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A rare presentation of combination of sternal cold abscess and sub diaphragmatic abscess with miliary tuberculosis. published in

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Dr. Diguvinti Sreeramulu, Dr. D.Srinivasulu, Dr. M.Sohail Malik, Dr. Pushpalatha, Dr.Rajni Tuberculosis (TB) can disseminate to almost every organ after a primary infection or reactivation of latent foci. osteoarticular tb account for approximately 10 percent of extra pulmonary tb1.while spine is the most common site for osteo articular tb. osteomyelitis of sternum is rare.In clinical series the reported incidence is 1% of all bone and joint tb cases2.A sub diaphragmatic abscess secondary to tb is very rarely reported in literature.A combination of sternal cold abscess,subdiaphragmatic abscess with miliary tb is not reported in literature.Here we report a case of combination of subdiaphragmatic abscess and sternal abscess with miliary tb
Inflation in India published in

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Dr. Meenu Jain Milton Friedman famously said, Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon. It is like a tax and hits the poor the hardest . Inflation is considered as a severe macro-economic problem since the Third Five Year Plan. We had many high inflation episodes before 2015. The rate of inflation in our country has been higher than in most of other countries .From the perspective of the poor ,the most worrisome aspect of recent overall price rise is the high food inflation. Such a trend has serious adverse welfare effects when in the same period, food inflation at global level has been low /negative .The government and RBI have adopted a set of regulatory ,administrative and economic measures to combat inflation. But it has not yielded the desired results . Still India grapples with the dreaded monster called high inflation. Stagflation-type environment is emerging in the country .
WOLBACHIA BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGAINST DENGUE TRANSMISSION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. E. N. Siju*, Purnima M.K, Minil M, Dr. Hariraj N, Rahul K. an Dr. Rajalakshmi G.R. Dengue fever has known to affect one half of the worlds population for centuries. The major mode of transmission of the dengue virus is the mosquito Aedes aegypti. As potential vaccines and antiviral measures are not yet available, vector control is now being explored as the major mode of prevention. The use of insecticides for vector control has lead to evolution of insecticide resistance, environmental pollution and non target effects on other insects. Novel biological control has lead to the introduction of a bacterial strain Wolbachia into the vector to provide pathogen protection to the mosquito that is protection from dengue virus. The mosquitoes transfected with these bacteria were found to produce progeny which carried the bacteria or when Wolbachia-infected males were mated with uninfected females; eggs that do not hatch were laid. The wMelPop strain of Wolbachia obtained from Drosophila melanogaster is studied for its life shortening effect on the dengue virus.
Shivasharana Philosophy on Emancipation of Women in Karnataka published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Jagannath K, Dr. Manjula B. Chincholi Women were suffered from secondary and subjugated position since medieval period in India. Though Government has made policies for achieving caste and gender equality, still equality is not achieved. Against this background, it is highlighted that there was caste and gender equality of all people in Karnataka in 12th Century as the people were following Shivasharana philosophy. The Shivasharanas (Philosophers) have written literary verses (Vachanas) to communicate their ideas and they were also practiced the equality among different castes and gender. Even there were Shivasharaneyas (Female Philosophers), who were contributed towards Vachana literature. There were discussions in Anubhava Mantapa related to life experiences, especially related to meditation, devotion, work, Dasoha (serving food), etc. Females were equally treated with male and participating equally in the discussions of Anubhava Mantapa. It shows that the contributions of Shivasharanas for the emancipation of women in 12th century are much appreciated.
THE STUDY OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FINE-GRAINED CINDER CONCRETE UNDER AXIAL TENSION AND COMPRESSION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Andrei Mastislavovich Korneev; Olga Petrovna Buzina; Andrei Vladimirovich Sukhanov; Ilya Andreevich Shipulin; Nikita Andreevich Shipulin The article considers the results of study the mechanical properties of fine-grained cinder concrete under axial tension and compression. The dependences that are connected with the cube strength of the concrete such characteristics of fine-grained concrete as the tensile strength, tangent modulus of elasticity, limiting relative deformation under tension and compression have been identified, according to the results of experiments.
The Study of Urinary Tract Infections and Antibiogram of Uropathogens in Tertiary Care Hospital at Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences, Shimoga. published in

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Hanumantharaju Mv, Halesh Lh, Siddesh Kc, Mallikarjun Koppad, Premalatha De, Prakash N Background : Urinary Tract Infection is one of the most common bacterial infections seen in clinical practice particularly in developing countries. The causative agents for Urinary tract infection vary from place to place and they also vary in their susceptibility and resistance patterns. Objectives: Study is to determine the etiological bacterial pathogens of UTI and to determine the antibiotic sensitivity pattern of isolates Material and Methods: A total of 855 urine samples from OPD and IPD patients of Microbiology SIMS, Shimoga. These samples were subjected to culture and susceptibility test with use of standard bacteriological techniques as described by CLSI guidelines Results: 30.90% of the total urinary samples showed significant bacterial growth. 12 different bacterial species isolated. Among these, E.coli (30.29%) was significantly the most predominant followed by Enterococcus species (18.24%), Staphylococcus saprophyticus (13.35%), Klebsiella pneumoniae (9.12%) and others. E.coli is highly sensitive to amikacin (81.72%) followed by imipenem(89.24%) and Piperacillin (89.24%) Conclusion: This study will be continued to include more number of samples to determine sensitivity and resistance pattern of bacterial isolates in UTI
A Study on Physico-Chemical Parameters of Pechiparai Dam Water published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
K.S.ANUJA Research Scholar, S.T.Hindu College,Nagercoil GUIDE : Dr.B.INDIRANI, Principal Sree Devi Kumari women’s College,Kuzhithurai CO-GUIDE: Dr.C.VAITHYA NATHAN, S.T.Hindu College, Nagercoil ABSTRACT The present paper includes an assessment of the quality ofPechiparai dam situated in Kanyakumari district.The quality water affects the human health.The dam water is used for irrigation drinking and fishing .The dam provides water for more than 50% population for agriculture and other activities.The analysis givesus a knowledge on quality of water. The water samples were analysed from 2010 June to May 2011. Water is analyzed for seasonal variation in temperature,pH,electrical conductivity,dissolved oxygen,chloride,total hardness,totalalkalinity,biochemical oxygen demand, total dissolved solids, chemical oxygen demand.The results reveal that .The range of seasonal variation in different parameters was temperature 27o C to 30.2oC, Ph 6.99 to7.68, electrical conductivity 25 to 84 (µmho/cm),total hardness 8.0 to 22 mg/lit. Dissolved oxygen 5.20 mg/lit to 6.29 mg/lit. Biochemical oxygen demand 4.54 to 5.65 mg/lit.Chloride 3mg/lit to 5mg/lit. Total alkalinity 9 mg/lit to 16mg/lit. Total dissolved solids 20 to 33 mg/lit. chemical oxygen demand 9to 19 mg/lit. All the parameters are within the permissible limit recommended by WHO.
ANONİM TÜRK HALK EDEBİYATI ÜRÜNLERİNDEN BİLMECENİN ÇOCUK EDEBİYATINA KATKILARI published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Arş. Gör. Ayhan KARAKAŞ Çocuk folklorunun en önemli türlerinden biri olan bilmeceler, onların ruhi, manevi, psikolojik ve fiziksel gelişimindeki rolü sebebiyle çocuk hayatında çok önemli bir yere sahiptir. Bu makalede; bilmecenin çocuk edebiyatına katkıları ele alınmıştır. Bir bilmecenin ne ile ilgili olduğunu bulmaya çalışmak çocukları düşündürür, varlıkların niteliklerini kav­ramalarını sağlar. Böylelikle dil, algı ve zihinsel gelişimine katkıda bulunarak çocukların kendini geliştirmesini destekler.Bu yönleriyle,çocuk edebiyatı kapsamında hazırlanacak eserlerde, bilmecenin yeri ve bilmecelerden bu konuda azami ölçüde yararlanılması üzerinde değerlendirmelerde bulunmuştur.
USING OF TEACHING E-LERNING TOOLS IN TEACHING HISTORY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Aigul Zhorabekovna Tulegenova; Nazira Izbastyyevna Yessimkhanova In the given article the urgency and the efficiency of use of electronic textbooks in teaching History are considered as the priority direction to modernizations of the modern Kazakhstan education.
Normative Values of Adults Voice in Indian Population Using Praat published in

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Ms. Reshmi M. , Dr. Santosh Kumar Voice plays a major role in speech and communication. Voice characteristics convey information not only related to the individuals laryngeal status but also the social origins, emotional state, physique, age and sex. Any deviation from these guidelines is considered as voice disorder. The present study included 60 voice samples (30 males and 30 females) age range 18 to 25 years. The voice samples were recorded in sound treated room and analyzed with praat software. Voice parameters were analyzed like fundamental frequency( f0), Jitter (local), jitter (local, absolute), shimmer (local), shimmer (local dB), harmonics to noise ratio(HNR), first formant frequency( f1), second formant frequency( f2), and third formant frequency( f3) for the vowels /a/, /i/, and /u/. Mean and standard deviation were calculated and also t-test was carried out to observe the significant difference across gender on voice parameters. Significant differences were noticed on some of the voice parameters between genders.
Application of Taguchi Experimental Design for the Optimization of Effective Parameters on the Neemoil Methyl Ester (Biodiesel) Production published in

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovation (IJARI)

Published by IJARI
Anand Prakash Mall ANOVA analysis showed that the temperature had the highest effect on the biodiesel yield followed by catalyst amount, methanol to oil molar ratio and reaction time. The result of this work using Taguchi Method showed that the maximum yields were obtained at lowest factor values. This will definitely have economic advantage on neem oil biodiesel production as low energy cost, low catalyst amount, low methanol/oil molar ratio, and low temperature are able to produce high biodiesel yield.
CROSS SECTIONAL ANALYSIS OF PARENTAL AND CHILD HEALTH SCENARIOS OF FAMILIES REPORTING AT PEDIATRICS DEPARTMENT LUH published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Muhammad Zain-Ul-Abdean1* , Aatir H. Rajput2 and Muhammad Muneeb Objective: This study investigates the parental and child health scenario of the families presenting at the pediatric department of Liaquat University Hospital. The term health scenario here refers to disease of familial origin, hereditary lineage and infectious sort capable of affecting the family. The scenario is evaluated by studying the presence and absence of familial diseases, chronic parental illnesses and health status of siblings, major health complaints and diseases requiring urgent treatment Methodology: This observational, cross-sectional analysis comprised of a conveniently chosen, non-probable sample of 100 individuals that presented at the Liaquat University Hospital. Data was collected using a structured, interview based questionnaire after taking verbal informed consent. The data collected was analyzed using Microsoft Excel 2013 and SPSS v. 19.0. Results: The data comprised 67% of males and 33% females. 58% of the children required urgent treatment and the major health complaints of the children were malnourishment (42%) and dehydration (18%). Only 5% of the respondents complained that their children suffered from familial diseases. Thalessemia was the leading complaint (3%) followed by Hypertension and liver anomalies (1% each). The leading diseases discovered in mothers were Hypertension (3%), Tuberculosis (2%) and Hepatitis B and C (1% each). The common diseases discovered in fathers were Hypertension (4%), Hepatitis C (4%), Tuberculosis (2%) and Asthma (1%). Conclusion: The patients presenting at the Pediatrics department of the Liaquat University Hospital were more often than not in need of urgent treatment. The major complaints were nourishment related that can be overcome by poverty and illiteracy alleviation. The acute health scenario seemed worrying yet comorbidities and chronic complaints were not present in significant levels. Key words: Health Scenario, Pediatrics, Parental and Child Health.
Pupils Performance in Library Orientation and Instruction vis-a-vis Utilization of Resources published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
MARILYN L. LASPIAS; DELIA E. AUMAN Library orientation and instruction is a process of facilitating library innovation to acquire, store, create and share information and knowledge to the organization either internal or external. The study aimed to determine the performance of orientation and instruction vis--vis the utilization of resources at Colegio del Santo Nio Library. This study used the descriptive normative survey method. This method is greatly valuables in providing facts of which scientific judgment is based which also played a part in the development of instruments to assess programs and services. Results showed that pupils performance in the library orientation and utilization was Below Average except for the area on the parts of the book which was Above Average. On the other hand, the utilization of resources such as books, periodicals, nonprint resources was overall noted as Less Utilized. However, the relationship between performance and utilization was not significant though no evidence supported that the relationship was significant. Furthermore, the top-ranked problem revealed poor library system and the efficiency of updated print and non-print materials including library scheduled.
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.
NOVEL BIOACTIVE FLAVONOID FROM FLOWERS OF CALOTROPIS GIGANTEA LINN. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.Anurekha Yadav* Calotropis gigantea Linn. is commonly known as Ak in Hindi. It is a shrub or small tree, eight to ten feet in height, bearing unscented white flowers with five pointed petals and a small elegant crown rising from the centre which holds the stamens. The plant has oval, light green leaves and milky stem. The milky exudation from the plant is corrosive in nature, having mercury like effect on human body and is therefore sometime referred to as vegetable mercury. The plant mainly contains cardiac glycosides. Earlier workers have isolated various constituents from this plant, the present paper deals with isolation and structural elucidation of a new compound A, identified as 3,5,4'-trihydroxy- 6,7dimethoxyflavone-3-O-?-L--arabinopyranosyl-5-O-?-Dgalactopyranosyl-( 1?4)-O-?-D xylopyranoside, along with a known compound B, identified as Myricetin from the methanol soluble ethanolic extract of the flowers of the plant. The isolated compounds were identified and characterized by various colour reactions, chemical degradation and spectral analysis. Flower extract of the plant was utilized For Behaviour Despair Study in animal model, by employing Forced Swim Test and Tail Suspension Test. These tests indicated the potential antidepressant effect of the plant extract.
Data Mining Techniques for Secure Online Financial Transactions in Banking Sector published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr C. Sunil Kumar, Dr A. Srinivas In this paper we provide a detailed summarization of data mining techniques that it is possible to characterize and detect false transactions over e commerce in a year, depending on the information, historical performance and characteristics, using different types of data mining techniques. As these days, businesses have become more concerned about using transaction data to generate knowledge about the world in which they function to as called business intelligence. The business intelligence is generated using tools such as data mining and knowledge discovery. Although much of that focus on business intelligence initially was generated about relationships with other firms, such as sales, increasingly there is a focus on internal processes. That focuses on generating business intelligence about internal processes, to facilitate management and monitoring of processes
Relation of critically refracted longitudinal wave (LCR) velocity with graphite nodularity and matrix in ductile iron published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Malur N Srinivasan, Robert J Bennett and Don E Bray The results of an investigation conducted to study the relation of critically refracted longitudinal wave (LCR) velocity with graphite nodularity and matrix in ductile iron are reported in this paper. The relation between LCR velocity and graphite nodularity was studied using as-cast test bars obtained from one foundry. Three groups of test bars of similar nodularity obtained from a second foundry were subjected to heat treatment so as to obtain ferritic matrix in the first group, martensitic matrix in the second and tempered martensitic in the third, to enable the relation of LCR wave velocity with these matrices to be studied. Also three other test bars from the second foundry were subjected to annealing, normalizing and quenching and grouped with an as cast test bar of similar range of nodularity, to evaluate the residual stress developed in each case. The approach followed in this investigation enabled qualitative assessment of the effects of graphite nodularity, matrix and residual stress on the LCR velocity in ductile iron.
Borsa ?stanbulda ??lem Gren ?irketlerin Gere?e Uygun De?er lm Hiyerar?isinde Kulland?klar? Seviye Girdilerinin Tespiti zerine Bir Ara?t?rma (A Research on Determination of Input Levels Used In Fair Value Measurement Hierarchy By Firms Listed in Borsa Istanbul) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Ahmet Gkgz, Fatih ?entrk Abstract With the coming into force of TFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement Standard, the inputs which firms use for determination of fair value measurement are classified into three levels and hierarchy of determination of fair value is constituted. This standard requires increasing level 1 inputs and decreasing level 3 inputs in determination of fair value. With this study fair value measurement levels (hierarchy) which are used in determination of fair value are described within the scope of TFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement Standard. Additionally, for determining which level of inputs are used in the fair value determination by the firms traded on the Istanbul Stock Exchange an inventory study is done. For the purpose of the study, financial statement disclosures of 145 firms which are listed on the Istanbul Stock Exchange and classified under the heading of "financial institutions" sector are subjected to content analysis. Content analysis showed that majority of the firms use level 1 input in determination of fair value.
ESTROGENIC ACTIVITY OF ISOFLAVONOID OBTAINED FROM LAWSONIA INERMIS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Madhuri Singhal, Jagadamba Singh, Anjali Jijhotiya An isoflavonoid has been isolated from the stem extract of Lawsonia inermis Linn. (Lythraceae). The isoflavonoid tested on female albino rats, showed estrogenic activity by increasing uteri weight from 16.5 ± 0.28 mg in control to 34.4 ± 0.69 mg in orally treated rats. Air-dried and powdered stem of Lawsonia inermis was extracted with hot rectified spirit. The extract obtained was evaporated to dryness. The residue obtained was subjected to successive extraction with petrolium ether, benzene, chloroform, ethyl acetate, and methanol. The residue of the methanol extract was subjected to column chromatography over silica gel column with chloroformmethanol mixtures. The 7:3 chloroform-methanol elute was distilled in order to remove the solvent affording pale yellow crystals of compound. The compound has been identified as the isoflavonoid genistein by the joint application of chemical methods and spectroscopic methods (UV, IR, 1HNMR, and 13CNMR). The compound was obtained as a pale yellow mass, which was re-crystallised by methanol, analysed for C15H10O5 m.p, 285-287.The crude extract and methanol solution of the compound on screening by “four day uterine weight assay” showed positive estrogenic activity. Result showed the dose dependent estrogenic activity of compound by increasing uterine weight from 15.6 ± 0.26 mg in orally treated female albino rats (1.25 mg/kg/day for four days).
Analysing and Predicting Customer Behavior Using Fast Distributed Mining Algorithm in Horizontally Distributed System published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Antony Kumar M, Praveen Kumar S We propose a protocol for secure mining of association rules in horizontally distributed databases. Our protocol, like theirs, is based on the Fast Distributed Mining (FDM) algorithm which is an unsecured distributed version of the Apriority algorithm. The main ingredients in our protocol are two novel secure multi-party algorithms one that computes the union of private subsets that each of the interacting players hold, and another that tests the inclusion of an element held by one player in a subset held by another. Our protocol offers enhanced privacy with respect to the protocol. In addition, it is simpler and is significantly more efficient in terms of communication rounds, communication cost and computational cost.
COLLETOTRICHUM GLOESPORIOIDES FITOPAT-GENO ASOCIADO A LA NUTRICIN HUMANA published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Martha Cecilia Beltr?n Cifuentes, Dora Janeth Garc?a Jaramillo The internal demand for fruit has increased during the last decade, this behavior is associated with different factors such as the expansion of the urban processes, the knowledge about the characteristics and benefits of these products, the technological development, the improvements in communications, the agro-industrial development which has provided the possibility of using fruit as one of the principal components of different products (juices, nectar, pulps, marmalades, desserts, pickles, associated with an adequate technological offer, which allows a great diversity regarding the different presentations of the product1 fruit, a fundamental food concerning nourishment, is becoming more important day by day, as a consequence of its beneficial nutritious value, richness in minerals and vitamins, abundant fiber and P.H. of 5-7, very favorable to the growth of numerous microbial species, qualities which are considered very beneficial in a nutritious and healthy diet and also to complete, in many cases, treatments of many pathological processes, currently so important as obesity and hyper lipids, diabetes, cardiovascular upsetting, transit difficulties and intestinal diverticulosis, rectum and colon tumors hyper uric and gout, cataracts and macula degenerations, etc. In general, consumers look for good quality, mainly associated with the consumption of innocuous food that will allow the organism to function well. But this quality is affected by diverse micro-organisms (molds or fungi, yeasts and bacteria) that cause considerable harmful effects in the food, in its development, as well as in its storage. The presence of micro-organisms in the food gives, as a result, changes that reduce it and spoil it, altering the nutritional qualities and taste, and in some cases, due to the presence of microorganisms, the food might become toxic to humans and animals1. An important vegetal pathogen that causes considerable economic losses in the crops of a great variety of fruit, such as, papaya, varieties of citrics, avocado, coffee, mango, grape, guanabana (soursoup), tomato, strawberry, is the colletotrichum gloesporioides a deuteromycota that can attack the root, stem, leaves, flowers, fruit; causing the disease called quiescent disease or latent disease anthracnose, infections that appear in early stages of the development of the fruit, as well as in the periods near ripening time3. It is of great importance to know about the fungus c. gloesporioides, its morphology, life cycle, the inter action mechanisms fungus pathogen and the associated molecular events, not only for the after crop management of the fruit affected by this fungus, towards control in the quality of the food, but also for knowledge of human pathologies associated with colletotrichum spp.
Impact Analysis of Social Media on India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Abhishek Taneja In this research paper we take a deeper understanding of the impact of social media in India. Social media like Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp has changed the way we communicate today. The focus of this paper is to find out different aspects of the user pertaining to the usage of social media. To find out the answers of the said questions an online/ manual survey was conducted. I find out that most of the Indians do not reveal their identities due to social and cultural taboos, they spend much time on these new communicating media, and the purpose of using these media varied among users. By analyzing the impact of social media we can build a guide map for creating awareness among parents, society, and the community about the same.
Availability and Utilization of Community Resources in Teaching Science At Secondary Level in Thoothukudi District published in

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S. P. Seenivasan, Dr. T. Kanakaraj The main objective of the study was to find out the level of awareness of availability of community resources and its utilization in teaching science at secondary level. The investigator has adopted survey method. Population consists of all secondary level science teachers and students of IX and X standard in Thoothukudi District. The sample constitutes 100 science teachers, 715 students of IX and X standard from 30 schools. Four tools developed by the investigators were used to study the variables. The major findings are sixty-eight percent of secondary level science teachers have adequate level of awareness of availability of community resources. Sixteen percent of secondary level science teachers have high level of utilization of community resources in teaching science. There is significant difference among Government, Aided, and Matriculation school science teachers in their (i) awareness of availability of community resources and (ii) utilization of community resources in teaching science.
Impact Analysis on the Energy-Saving and Land-Saving Properties of Green Buildings with Different Per Capita Floor Space of Residential Buildings published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
He Yueer, Peng Shini and Liu Meng China has published Green Building Action Plan. Developing green building is necessary to shift urbanization mode in China. China Evaluation Standard for Green Building has set per capita residential land index as the prerequisite for residential buildings. Absolutely, per capita residential land index depends deeply on per capita floor space of residential building. In China, national and local Evaluation Standard for Green Building raise demands of per capita residential land index. According to those requirements, this paper conducted a case study and calculated changes of residential construction land area with different set values of per capita floor space of residential building. This paper also built a residential building model and utilized simulation to analyse annual building energy consumption. Results indicate that per capita floor space of residential building decreases accordingly while per capita residential land index reduces, and every 5% increase in per capita residential land index translates into about 7 percent decrease in construction land area. On the aspect of energy consumption, per capita floor space of residential building reduces 17.2% only. While annual energy consumption reduces 17.45% in return. It is concluded that controlling per capita floor space of residential building is important to maintain the energy-saving and land-saving properties of green building.
A COMBINED CLOUD ARCHITECTURE FOR PREVENTION OF DUPLICATION AND ANONYMOUS USER AUTHENTICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A.V.Survase, N.K.Malvadkar, M.V.Patil, P.V.Raut Cloud computing is a rising computing standard in which assets of the computing framework are given as a service over the Internet. As guaranteeing as it may be, this standard additionally delivers a lot of people new challenges for data security and access control when clients outsource sensitive data for offering on cloud servers, which are not inside the same trusted dominion as dat a possessors. In any case, in completing thus, these results unavoidably present a substantial processing overhead on the data possessor for key distribution and data administration when fine - grained data access control is in demand, and subsequently don't scale Itll. The issue of at the same time accomplishing fine - grainedness, scalability, and data confidentiality of access control really still remains uncertain. This paper addresses this open issue by, on one hand, characterizing and implementing access policies based on data qualities, and, then again, permitting the data owner to representative the majority of the calculation undertakings included in fine - grained data access control to un - trusted cloud servers without unveiling the underlying data subst ance. It accomplish this goal by exploiting and combining techniques of decentralized key policy Attribute Based Encryption (KP - ABE). Extensive investigation shows that the proposed approach is highly efficient and secure. Data deduplication is one of impo rtant data compression techniques for eliminating duplicate copies of repeating data, and has been widely used in cloud storage to reduce the amount of storage space and save bandwidth. To protect the confidentiality of sensitive data while supporting dedu plication, the convergent encryption technique has been proposed to encrypt the data before outsourcing It also presents several new deduplication constructions supporting authorized duplicate check in a hybrid cloud architecture.
Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage by Blunt Tip Trocar(5mm) Channeled Drain Technique-A Case Series published in

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
G.P.Waghulde*, C.H.Sarode, V.R.Bonde Soil is a complex mixture of mineral partials, organic matter and air. The present study has been undertaken to evaluate the physico-chemical parameters of soil samples collected from some villages of Yawal of Jalgaon District (M.S.). The parameters include PH, Electrical Conductivity, Percent organic carbon (% O.C.), percent potassium (% k), sodium (ppm), percent phosphorous (% P), total alkalinity etc. This information will help the farmers about the knowledge of soil components, Nutrients and their deficiency in a particular part of soil.
NATURE OF EXISTENTIAL STRUGGLE IN THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
P. Sai Kanaka Durga (Lecturer In English, MJP BC Social Welfare Degree College For Women, Wargal, Siddipet District, Telangana.) The code hero is the hero of life not merely by achieving something in life or by scaling the heights of social or economic ladders. Earnest Hemingway’s hero lives the life to its fullest extent. Struggle, pain, failure, unexpected fight, resilience are frequent visitors in his life. He never turns his face off from the dread of insurmountable challenges in life. Earnest Hemingway the modernist, the existential humorist unfurled the life in its variegated struggle for existence if not for struggle for achieving the fame or fortune. My paper is intended to compare the life and goal of Captain Ahab whose purpose in life is to fight, his readiness to face near fatal circumstances make us feel the unending and lacerating agony of human struggle for standing well above in Darwinian evolution. Captain Ahab and Santiago both are the unnerving epitomes of human personality. Captain Ahab in Piquod ventures into the deep blue sea in his pursuit of Moby Dick. Santiago, the octogenarian, steers himself into the deep waters off the Cuban Coast in the pursuit of giant fish. Ahab has to leave everything behind and rely on his aides. Santiago’s fight is lonesome fight, he emerges as a ever fighting man for the sake of fighting spirit, he had none to sacrifice but he had his own self to suffer and to be lost. Marlin the fish yields to Santiago after fierce battle for emancipation. We need to strive into the annals of lives of those two protagonists to establish the life’s vagaries and the consequences which led to their fall or rise.
Somatic mutations in Interferon-? signaling molecules in human uterine leiomyoscoma published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Takuma Hayashi Human uterine leiomyosarcoma (Ut-LMS) is neoplastic malignancy that typically arises in tissues of mesenchymal origin. The identification of novel molecular mechanism leading to human Ut-LMS formation and the establishment of new therapies has been hampered by several critical points. We earlier reported that mice with a homozygous deficiency for proteasome subunit beta type (PSMB) 9, an interferon (IFN)-? inducible factor, spontaneously develop Ut-LMS. The use of research findings of the experiment with mouse model has been successful in increasing our knowledge and understanding of how alterations, in relevant oncogenic, tumor suppressive, and signaling pathways directly impact sarcomagenesis. The IFN-? pathway is important for control of tumor growth and invasion and has been implicated in several malignant tumors. In this study, experiments with human tissues revealed a defective PSMB9 expression in human Ut-LMS that was traced to the IFN-? pathway and the specific effect of somatic mutations of JAK1 molecule or PSMB9 gene promoter region on the PSMB9 gene transcriptional activation. Understanding the molecular mechanisms of human Ut-LMS may lead to identification of new diagnostic candidates or therapeutic targets in human Ut-LMS.
Production of Lipolytic Enzymes by Endophytic Fungi and its Usein the Hydrolysis of Crude Oil. published in

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Jos Eacute Moraes, Raimundo Barbosa Amp Ndash Junior, Luciana Xavier, Antonio Carvalho, Maria Sarquis, Artur Silvaand, Alberdan Santos Endophytic fungi were isolated from the seeds of oil palm (ElaeisguineensisJacq) by biomonitoring lipase activity on semi-solid media with chromogenic substrate. Molecular and classical methods were used to identify the species, and the selected fungus was confirmed as Penicilliumcitrinum. Method for thermal stability of the enzyme carried on crude oil hydrolysis. The fermentation was carried out in shake flasks and results were compared with control at 30C and pH 6.8 Induction of lipase activity promoted a concentrated fraction of extra-cell lipase (FOL) with 137mg/L and activity of 12000 U/L in submerged culture. The hydrolysis yielded YP/ So = 0.4623 of free fatty acids. It was not observed that crude oil inhibit lipase activity, only products as known, whereas refined oil enhanced lipase activity. The micro-organism showed a production of a robust enzyme with prospects for technological application.
Separation of Natural Keratin Protein from The Chicken Feather Waste published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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N. B. Dhayanithi, S. Meenakshisundaram Protein is an important nutrient needed by our body to maintain body structures and is an important ingredient for cosmetic products. Chicken feathers have high level of keratin protein content and can become a suitable protein source. So, the present research has conducted to extract keratin protein from chicken feathers. The chicken feathers were reduced using sodium sulfide solution and later on separating the protein from chemicals. The percentage of keratin protein is evaluated by use of biuret test and FTIR analysis. The analysis by FTIR confirmed the presence of carboxyl acid and amino groups in the protein solution. The biuret test helps in determining the concentration of protein obtained from different methods. Thus these two tests confirm the presence of protein in the solution. From this research, it is concluded that keratin protein can be extracted from chicken feathers.
A Study on Issues, Challenges and Application in Data Science published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mukul Varshney | Shivani Garg | Jyotsna | Abha Kiran Rajpoot Data science, also known as data-driven science, is an interdisciplinary field about scientific methods, processes, and systems to extract knowledge or insights from data in various forms, either structured or unstructured, similar to data mining.Data science is about dealing with large quality of data for the purpose of extracting meaningful and logical results/conclusions/patterns. Its a newly emerging field that encompasses a number of activities, such as data mining and data analysis. It employs techniques ranging from mathematics, statistics, and information technology, computer programming, data engineering, pattern recognition and learning, visualization, and high performance computing. This paper gives a clear idea about the different data science technologies used in Big data Analytics. Data science is a "concept to unify statistics, data analysis and their related methods" in order to "understand and analyze actual phenomena" with data. It employs techniques and theories drawn from many fields within the broad areas of mathematics, statistics, information science, and computer science, in particular from the subdomains of machine learning, classification, cluster analysis, data mining, databases, and visualization.Data Science is much more than simply analysing data. There are many people who enjoy analysing data who could happily spend all day looking at histograms and averages, but for those who prefer other activities, data science offers a range of roles and requires a range of skills. Data science includes data analysis as an important component of the skill set required for many jobs in the area, but is not the only skill. In this paper the authors effort will concentrated on to explore the different issues, implementation and challenges in Data science. Mukul Varshney | Shivani Garg | Jyotsna | Abha Kiran Rajpoot"A Study on Issues, Challenges and Application in Data Science " 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/ijtsrd2340.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/2340/a-study-on-issues-challenges-and-application-in-data-science-/mukul-varshney
On the Relation between the Equilibrium Set and the Demand Functions published in

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Nickolas J. Michelacakis It is shown that, in pure exchange economies, the individual demand functions can be recovered from the equilibrium set regardless of the way we evaluate wealth. Following Balasco (2004), the demand functions do not have to be differentiable, not even continuous nor utility maximizing. Thus, the set of equilibria does not necessarily carry the structure of a manifold. Further, it is proved that the inner product structure is redundant in the sense that the result holds true even if wealth is being evaluated by means of a more general function on the price commodity space satisfying minimal requirements. JEL Classification: D50, D51 Keywords: Equilibrium set (manifold), Demand functions.
Routing Optimization with Load Balancing: an Energy Efficient Approach published in

International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications (IJANA)

Published by Eswar Publications
S. Prabhavathi, Dr. A. Subramanyam, Dr. A. Ananda Rao The area of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is covered with considerable range of problems, where majority of research attempts were carried out to enhance the network lifetime of WSN. But very few of the studies have proved successful. This manuscript discusses about a structure for optimizing routing and load balancing that uses standard radio and energy model to perform energy optimization by introducing a novel routing agent. The routing agent is built within aggregator node and base station to perform self motivated reconfiguration in case of energy depletion. Compared with standard LEACH algorithm, the proposed technique has better energy efficiency within optimal data aggregation duration.
Enzymatic Bioremediation: Global Scenario of Environmental Cleaning published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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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.
DESIGN AND SYNTHESIS OF NEW (E)-2-((3-METHYL-5-STYRYL- ISOXAZOL-4-YL) AMINO)-N-(4-OXO-2-PHENYLTHIAZOLIDIN-3-YL)- ACETAMIDE DERIVATIVES AS POTENTIAL ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
D. Karunakar,*, T. Suvarna, Y. N. Reddy and M. Nagi Reddy,** A series of new (E)-2-((3-methyl-5-styrylisoxazol-4-yl)amino)-N-(4-oxo-2-phenyl- thiazolidin-3-yl)acetamides 5 have been synthesized from (E)-ethyl-2-((3-methyl-5-styrylisoxazol-4-yl)amino)acetates synthon 2. Compound 2 was obtained by reaction of 4-amino-3-methyl 5-styrylisoxazoles 1 with ethyl bromoacetate. Compound 2 on treatment with hydrazine hydrate yields (E)-2-((3-methyl-5-styrylisoxazol-4-yl) amino) acetohydrazides 3. The condensation of compound 3 with different aromatic aldehydes afforded a series of N'-benzylidene-2-((3-methyl-5-((E)-styryl) isoxazol-4-yl) amino) acetohydrazide Schiff' s bases 4. Cyclo condensation of compounds 4 with 2-mecrcapto acetic acid in dry benzene affords (E)-2-((3-methyl-5-styrylisoxazol-4-yl) amino)-N-(4-oxo-2-phenylthiazolidin-3-yl) acetamides 5. Compounds 2-5 were characterized by IR, 1H NMR, 13C NMR, and mass spectral data. The title compounds 5a-i were evaluated for their antimicrobial activity. The results showed that these compounds showed good antibacterial and antifungal activity compared with that of standard antibiotics.
Simulation and experimental validation of electrostatic field distribution under existing 765 kV transmission line published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Dundru Sridhar, Kanyakumari M, Jithin Pauly P, Karunakara K and Vasudev N In this paper, comparative analysis of computed and measured lateral profiles of electric field distribution at maximum sag point has been done for the existing 765 kV AC transmission line located at northern region of India. Computations were carried out by using developed MATLABTM Program. Measurements were carried out by using electric field meter designed in CPRI. Right of way is also determined for both computed and measured values of electric field based on safety limits given by Central Electricity Authority (CEA). Measured quantities compared with computed electric field. From the obtained results it is observed that, measured right of way is almost matching with computed right of way and there are few differences between computed and measured values. Possible reasons are explained for the causes of differences.
Review The Managers Happiness and its Relationship With Transformational Leadership in Credit and Financial Samenalhojaj Institute of Sabzevar published in

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Sayed Hamid Reza Mirali The purpose of this study is to evaluate and measure the managers happiness and its relationship with transformational leadership in Credit and Financial SamenAlhojaj institute of Sabzevar city. In the present study the fundamental question is issued whether there is a significant relationship among the identification of the relationship between happiness or transformational leadership among the directors of credit and financial institutions SamenAlhojaj or not? And whether the proposed assumptions regarding the components of happiness impact on transformational leadership or not? It has been attempted to identify the affecting factors on the transformational leadership. Branchs directors and officers of the credit and financial institutions SamenAlhojaj of Sabzevar city were the population in this research. The sample size is 90 people. And method of data collecting in this research is a descriptive - survey. In this study, method of data analysis was quantitative and was done by using correlation and indicative statistics Cronbach's Alpha of the present study was calculated using the software spss 0/95. The results indicate that direct connection is established among the components of happiness and transformational leadership in the credit and financial institutions SamenAlhojaj .
Role of an Anesthesiologist in Smoking Patients Undergoing Endoscopic Procedures published in

Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science

Published by Peertechz Publications
Somchai Amornyotin* Smoking is associated with a range of diseases, causing a high level of morbidity and mortality and is a risk factor for several perioperative complications [1]. The consequences of smoking on surgical outcomes are associated with the toxic effects of recent smoke inhalation and the cumulative chronic effects of tobacco exposure. Many smoking patients require some medical interventions and care by anesthesiologists. Consequently, smoking is of direct concerns to periprocedural management [1,2]. The preoperative clinic is an ideal setting to initiate interventions for smoking cessation. Importantly, preprocedural interventions for tobacco use are effective to decrease postprocedural complications and increase the likelihood of long-term abstinence. If intensive interventions are impractical, brief interventions should be implemented in preprocedural clinics as a routine practice [3]. Anesthesiologists
Study on the Absorption Mechanism of the Sediment to Phosphorus in Yangtze River Yibin Section published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Liu Ying, Li Yong, Jiang Yanxiong and Wang Dongmei Through laboratory study, the isothermal absorption characteristics and dynamics characteristics of sediment to phosphate in Yangtze River Yibin Section were analysed. The study shows that the absorption curve of sediment is in good compliance with Langmuir and Freundlich isothermal absorption curves, which means that the sediment can absorb the phosphate spontaneously, and the absorption is done by polymolecular layer, for which the maximum theoretical absorption amount is 13.969mg/g, and the empirical constant n>1, which shows the sediment in Yangtze River Yibin Section has great absorption activity. Through analysis of primary and secondary dynamics model, it shows that the absorption of phosphorus is divided into fast absorption and slow absorption period, and the secondary dynamics equation can simulate the process more accurately. Under different sediment and water ratio, the relative error of theoretical equilibrium concentration and experimental equilibrium concentration calculated from the equation is less than 5%.
Effect of herbicidal weed control measures for enhancing sugarcane yield, quality and weed control efficiency in West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
K. BANERJEE, B. RAY PRAMANIK1 AND A. M. PUSTE2 A field experiment was conducted during two consecutive spring seasons of 2011 and 2012 at the Sugarcane Research Station, Bethuadahari (Nadia) to asses the various herbicidal weed control measures to enhance sugarcane yield, quality and weed control efficiency in West Bengal. The pooled data of both the years revealed that among the different weed control treatments, application of herbicide metribuzine @ 1.25 kg ai ha1 (PE) + Almix 20 g ha-1 at 75 DAP exhibited the maximum control of weeds and effectively lowered the weed density, weed dry matter accumulation as well as obtained higher weed control efficiency. The highest brix (20.33%), sucrose (17.16%), CCS (11.59%), CCS (9.49 t ha1) and cane yield (82.39 t ha1) were recorded with this treatment also. However, this result was statistically at par with the treatment receiving hoeing and weeding at 30, 60 and 90 DAP (days after planting). The highest net return of INR 1,05,390.00 ha1 and B : C ratio of 2.63 were recoded under the application of metribuzine @ 1.25 kg ai ha1 (PE) + Almix @ 20 g ha1 at 75 DAP, which was closely followed by those of three hoeing and weeding (net return of INR 99,519.00 ha1 and B : C ratio of 2.49).
Behaviour of Infill Walls under Lateral Loads in Reinforced Concrete Frames - A Review published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Syed Azmat Ali Shah, Khan Shahzada, Salman Afzal, Muhammad Ejaz Shabab, Nouman Khattak In modern day construction practices, one of the most feasible choices of erecting concrete buildings is to construct concrete frame structures as it allows the contractors to follow a smooth pattern of work during the various construction stages with ease and appreciable economy. The frame members are infilled with concrete masonry units, bricks, cast-in-place concrete or wood etc. The design of reinforced concrete frames usually ignores the beneficial or adverse effects of incorporation of infill walls within a frame. The interaction of masonry units as framing elements and the adjoining frame members might not be noteworthy during static load analysis procedure however when the same reinforced concrete frame undergoes lateral drifts due to dynamic forces, the behavior of the infill walls becomes noteworthy. A review of the various approaches has been presented in this paper that addresses the performance of masonry infill walls under lateral loads i.e. the application of dynamic forces.
HRD In Financial Sector with Reference To KSFC published in

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Mrs. Sridevi G, Dr. M. J. Basavaraj The aspects of HR like knowledge, skills, creative abilities and talents play important role in deciding the efficiency and effectiveness of an organizations workforce. It is based on the belief that an investment in human beings is necessary and will invariably bring in substantial benefit to the organization in the long run. The success of the business depends mainly on the effective performance of the employees of the organization. HRD improves the utilization value of human resource of an organization. So it is necessary to link the achievements of the organization and the effective performance of the employees. Employees of an organization are helped motivated, acquire, develop and mould various aspects of human resource, contribute to the organizational, group, individual and social goals. For the present study which focuses exclusively on the dimensions of HRD a total of 300 employees were selected from KSFC. The study reveals some important dimensions of HRD Mechanisms (Training and Development, Performance Appraisal, Career Advancement and others).
THE X-RAY PHASE ANALYSIS OF MIKALEKSOVY COMPOSITION WITH THE NEW BINDING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Svetlana Valeryevna Fedorova; Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik The main objective of the X-ray phase analysis of mikaleksovy composition was identification of various phases in mix of mica and glass on the basis of the analysis of a diffraction picture. Definition of substance is carried out to mixes on a set of its interplanar distances and relative intensivnost of the respective lines on.
Wireless Jamming Networks published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pranjali V Gurnule A mobile jammer is a device which is used to jam signals of a cell phone from receiving signals from base stations. Mobile jammer is used majorly where the disturbances that are occurred with the cell phones. So, in this paper we are designing a new Mobile Jammer unit which is capable of blocking the working of a cell phone from not receiving signal from Base Station. This was implemented using FPGA by interfacing Mobile Device, RF Transmitter and RF Receiver and LCD Unit. Keywords”Jammers, Mobile Jammer, FPGA, RF Transmitter, RF Receiver, LCD Pranjali V Gurnule"Wireless Jamming Networks" 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/ijtsrd14455.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/14455/wireless-jamming-networks/pranjali-v-gurnule
Effect of polyamines on quality attributes of stored peach fruits published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUMMY ULLAH* AND S.K. JAWANDHA Peach is a perishable fruit and it is difficult to maintain the fruit quality at ambient conditions for a longer time. A study was conducted to enhance the storage life of peach fruits under cold storage conditions. For storage study, peach fruits of cv. Shan-i- Punjab were harvested at physiological mature stage and subjected to post-harvest dip treatments of polyamines viz; spermidine, spermine and putrescine before storage and kept at 0-10C and 90-95% relative humidity for a period of 32 days. During storage fruits were evaluated for quality parameters after 8, 16, 24 and 32 days of storage. During investigation period fruit quality parameters changed with advancement of storage period. Results revealed that postharvest treatments of spermidine, spermine and putrescine were effective in maintaining the peach fruit quality and extending post-harvest life under cold storage conditions. Putrescine @ 3 mmol L-1 treatments was found effective in maintaining firmness, pulp: stone ratio, total soluble solids, acidity, reducing sugars and non-reducing sugars during the entire storage period
COMPARATIVE STUDY ON SINGLE SOURCE SHORTEST PATH ALGORITHM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Ms. Rasika P. Arbat. We propose architecture for graph analysis to find out the single source shortest path to all other vertices is a common problem. The solution to this problem is Bellman- Ford’s algorithm that solves such a single source shortest path (SSSP) problem and better applies to be parallelized for many core architectures. In this we get, the high degree of parallelism is guaranteed at the cost of low work efficiency which is compared to similar algorithms in literature (e.g. Dijkstra’s) involves much more redundant work and a consequent waste of power consumption. This architecture is a parallel implementation of the Bellman-Ford algorithm that explains the architectural characteristics of recent GPU architectures (i.e., NVIDIA Kepler, Maxwell) to improve performance as well as work efficiency. The architecture also presents different optimizations to the implementation, which are oriented both to the algorithm and to the architecture. The experiment will show that the proposed implementation provides an average speedup of 5x higher than the existing most efficient parallel implementations for SSSP, that it works on graphs where those implementations cannot work or are inefficient (e.g., graphs with negative weight edges, sparse graphs), and it reduces the redundant work caused by the parallelization process.
FNAC Of The Parotid Gland Tumours- is it Really Necessary? published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. SHARATH B V, Dr. VIJAYAKUMAR G Background: The tumors of salivary glands are relatively uncommon in surgical practice. The tumor thus presenting may be benign or malignant. Thus early diagnosis of malignant tumor is utmost important. Many diagnostic measures are used to diagnose the salivary tumors including fine needle aspiration cytology and Histopathology. But the accuracy of diagnosis is not known with fine needle aspiration cytology. Objective: To assess the accuracy of FNAC in diagnosing parotid gland tumors. Methods: A prospective study done in tertiary care centre between December 2010 and July 2013. About Twenty five cases of parotid gland tumors which were diagnosed by FNAC were included in the study. The study was carried out by taking proper history and detailed clinical examination including appropriate investigations; surgery was conducted. Patients were treated either by superficial parotidectomy or by total parotidectomy. Pre operative FNAC results were compared with post operative histopathological examination of the excised specimen. Results: Benign tumors constituted 80% of all parotid gland tumors and 20% were malignant tumors. Pleomorphic adenoma was the most common benign tumor constituting 90% of all benign tumors. Muco-epidermoid carcinoma was the most common malignant tumor constituting 60% of the tumors. The accuracy of FNAC in diagnosing benign parotid tumors was 100% and that of malignant tumors was 80%. The missed case is mucoepidermoid carcinoma. Conclusion: FNAC is a good preliminary test for diagnosing benign parotid tumors but it must be interpreted cautiously in patients with malignant parotid tumors.
SYNTHESIS OF MANNICH BASES AND SCREENING FOR ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Ravi Malhotra* In an attempt to develop new analeptics mannich bases are synthesized in which main nucleus remained camphor while different secondary amines are added as subsituents. It is observed that existing analeptic (doxapram) have close resemblance with our newly synthesized series in one way or another as compound shows promising results in our studies ; as respiratory and circulatory stimulant have substituent piperidine which is very close to substituent morpholine in doxapram. The IR and NMR studies were conducted for the confirmation of the chemical structure of the final product. But in present studies we have concentrated on its anti microbial activity.
Aftershock Activity And Interpretation of Bth Law for 2001 Bhuj Aftershock Sequence : Implication of January 26, 2001 Mainshock of Mw 7.7 Over Kachchh Region of West India. published in

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Dr. Parul C. Trivedi Earthquakes are more deadly than any other natural disaster events. Each earthquake generates aftershock as a result of stress transfer mechanism and studies of aftershocks provide important insight into earthquake processes over the region. Kachchh region of western India has become seismically very active after 2001 Bhuj earthquake. In present study, Bth law is applied to 2001 Bhuj earthquake following a brief review of scaling laws. Catalogue data of India Meteorological Department (IMD) and Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) are extensively used for the period from January 26, 2001 to March 31, 2015. Magnitude difference ?m between mainshock and largest aftershock is found to be 2.0, 0.4 and 1.0 for 2001 Bhuj mainshock of M ~ 7.7, 2006 Gedi fault event of M ~ 5.2 and 2011 Talala seismic events of M ~ 5.2 respectively. Due to geophysical parameters and local geology of Kachchh, ?m for Kachchh aftershock sequence differs from the value suggested by Bth.
A Modern and Experimental Study on stabilization of Marine Clay by using coir fibre for Foundation published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Harish Parimi | Lavanya Punnam | Haragopal Peddinti Here, in this project, marine soil stabilization has been done with the help of randomly distributed polypropylene fibres obtained from waste materials. The improvement in the shear strength parameters has been stressed upon and comparative studies have been carried out using different methods of shear resistance measurement. Reinforcement of soils with natural coir is potentially an effective technique for increasing soil strength. Coir fibre is a degradable material. coir fibre is mixing where coir fibre is not degradable. The marine clay stabilization mostly used chemicals and other types of ashes, this study have been carried out using with coir fibre material. The present investigation aims to explore the performance of different percentages coir fibre material reinforced with marine clay. Harish Parimi | Lavanya Punnam | Haragopal Peddinti"A Modern and Experimental Study on stabilization of Marine Clay by using coir fibre for Foundation" 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/ijtsrd12706.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/12706/a-modern-and-experimental-study-on-stabilization-of-marine-clay-by-using-coir-fibre-for-foundation/harish-parimi
CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF 4- THIAZOLIDINONE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashvini P. Patil*, Tejasvi K. Patel, Ankita R. Patil, Chetna S. Patil, Dr. S.T.Patil, Dr. S.P.Pawar 4-thiazolidinone is a most important derivative of thiazolidinone. It have carbonyl group at 4 position & substituent in 2,3 & 5 position may be varied but the greatest different in structure & properties is exerted by the group attached to carbon atom at second position & to N- atom at third position.synthesis of 4-thiazolidinone have been carried out either by cyclization of acyclic compound or by interconversion among appropriate substituted thiazolidinone derivatives. The synthesis by classical method it required about 12 hr while the same reaction which microwave irradiation required only 8 min. It have pharmacological activities like anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antimicrobial, antiparkonsonian, antipsychotic, anticonvulsant, antitumor activity.
Assessment of Food and Nutrient Intake in Female Adults Basing on Body Composition published in

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T. Kamalaja, J. Deepika The food and nutrition intake population depends up on age, sex, and workloads. One obvious approach to evaluate food and nutrient intake is dietary assessment and it can be influenced by body composition levels. The study was carried out on assessment of food and nutrient intake in female adults basing on body composition on 30 female college going post graduate students. Food and nutrient intake was assessed by standard questionnaire by 3-day recall method and compared with different body composition levels. And results revealed that the food intake of subjects was not adequate except for fruits. The consumption of GLVs and fruits basing on BMR, roots and tubers basing on LBM and cereals, GLVs and fleshy foods basing on Hb correlated highly at 1 per cent level. Whereas nutrient intake i.e. energy, fat, calcium, iron, Vit C, B-complex vitamins basing on BMR and Hb level was significant at 1 per cent level. From this study we concluded that poor food and nutrient intake by subjects.
EMBEDDED SCRIPT PROCESSING FOR HANDLING KEY DELEGATES IN CLOUD STORAGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Parvathi Cloud Infra contains a collection of storage servers, providing an illusion of unlimited storage and accessing. Security is one of the critical components of such a system. Storing data at a remote third partys cloud system is always causing serious concern over data confidentiality and survivability. Many encryption schemes protect data integrity, but they limit t he functionality of the data owner especially with respect to revocation because a singular key based protection schemes are employed for encrypted data. So we propose another cryptosystems that can create a settled estimated information securing keys such that an information appointment occasion requires allocating an arrangement of irregular keys to arbitrary customers as decoding rights for particular arrangement of figured substance. An fascinating element is that one can total numerous arrangement of m ystery keys from single mystery solidarity and at the same time making them as reduced as could be allowed simply like their guardian single solidarity, The JSON Web Algorithms detail registers cryptographic calculations and identifiers to be utilized with the JSON Web Signature, JSON Web Encryption, and JSON Web Key particulars. It characterizes a few IANA registries for these identifiers. Every one of these details use Java Script Object Notation (JSON) based information structures. This is utilized to pr oduce comparable script picture era for handling effective capacity in distributed computing
Jewellery Market Sales Promotion (Tamil Nadu for the Month of Apr & May 2014) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S.Raja, Dr. P. Ponramu In recent Gold Market Competitions, everyone has to promote their brands to sustain in the marketThe promotional media considered by their market catchment and customer base. Also they are communicating their products and services, pricing and collections etcThis will help to the Buyers to select the product and brand. This article mainly dealt with Sales Promotion by Jewellery Market in Tamil Nadu for the month of Apr and May 2014 year study
The Apotheosis of Siti Khotijah: Islam and Muslims in a Balinese Galactic Polity published in

International Journal of Interreligious and Intercultural Studies (IJIIS)

Published by Unhi Press
Mark Woodward This article seeks to describe the way in which Gusti Ayu Made Rai, an eighteenth-century Balinese princess from Badung became Raden Ayu Siti Khotijah, one Indonesia’s few widely recognized female Muslim saints. In so doing I develop an alternative reading of the dynamics of the history of religion in Bali, countering the common view that it is a static monolithically Hindu tradition. Rather than turning inward as the surrounding areas embraced Islam, Balinese kingdoms sought to include Muslims and elements of Islam in scared narratives and geographies. Two distinct theoretical approaches are used in this analysis: the structural approach to indigenous Southeast Asian states pioneered by Robert Heine-Geldern in the early decades of the twentieth century and the performative approach to ritual studies developed by Victor Turner in the 1970s.
Influence of Recruitment and Selection Practices on Organisational Performance in Garment Manufacturing Firms In Delhi/Ncr published in

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Suruchi Mittar, Sibichan K. Mathew The textiles and apparel industry in India accounts for 14% of industrial production, which is 4% of GDP; employs 45 million people and accounts for nearly 11% share of the countrys total exports basket. During the year 2012-13, readymade garments accounted for almost 39% of the total exports. Apparel and cotton textiles products together contribute nearly 72% of the total textiles exports (Planning Commission, 2012-17). As one of the biggest employer of manpower in India, Indian Garment Manufacturing Firms (GMFs) cannot afford to neglect or ignore the area of Human Resources (HR) because machinery and men are vital aspects of this industry, but machinery without men is like a body without soul. This fact, all the more, makes Recruitment and Selection (R & S) as one of the most essential component which effects the Organisational Performance (OP). The objective of the study was to find the influence of Recruitment and Selection practices on organisational performance in GMF in Delhi/NCR.
An efficient Scheme to Remove Low Density Impulse Noise From A Digital Image published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY

Published by CIRWORLD
Jihad Nader Abdeljalil An improved adaptive noise reduction scheme for images that are highly corrupted by Salt-and-Pepper noise(impulse noise), is proposed in this paper which efficiently removes the salt and pepper noise while preserving the details. The proposed scheme efficiently identifies and reduces salt and pepper noise. The algorithm utilizes an IIR filter with controlled parameters to get better image quality than the existing methods of noise removing. A comparative analysis between the proposed scheme and other techniques of noise reduction or removing is presented in order to show the advantages of the proposed scheme in removing the noisy pixels and producing a better PSNR.
NON SUICIDAL SELF INJURY BY CUTTING IN A CHRONIC ALCOHOLIC: A CASE REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Suvendu Narayan Mishra, Monalisa Jena*, Swati Mishra, Ashirbad Sathpathy Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is very uncommon and poorly documented in case of children, adult and elderly persons as compared to adolescent population. Not all self-destructive behaviour are recommended as tendency to suicide. So there is need of better understanding regarding the NSSI for prevention of this type of abnormal behaviour. Understanding non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) across the lifespan requires comprehension of the interaction between developmental periods and self-injury behaviors. We report a case of 26 year male patient with history of chronic alcoholism with violent behavior and attempted cutting down his wrist, with a knife without the intention of causing harm to himself or suicide. This phenomenon was repeated many a times. On repeated follow up to the psychiatry department of our hospital with complete stoppage of alcohol, management of withdrawal and proper counseling, the recurrence of the NSSI has been stopped.
Pancreaticopleural Fistula with Massive Left Hemothorax : A Case Report published in

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
B.Gurudatt, S.Seetharamu, P.Sampathkumaran and Vikram Krishna Vibration is the default state of all mechanical systems that causes them to possess a natural frequency. The signifi cance of natural frequency cannot be emphasized enough, considering the fact that its study is essential in averting resonance which causes violent swaying motions and catastrophic failures in improperly constructed structures. In case of rotating structures, the study of natural frequency is incomplete without the understanding of spin softening. This paper presents an ANSYS based analysis to study natural frequency variation due to spin softening, but in a faster and more accurate way than conventional GUI-based ANSYS analysis. The conventional GUI based ANSYS procedure is a laborious time consuming process, what with the user having to perform multiple iterations of modal analysis involving different rotational velocities to examine the variation of natural frequencies of the system. Through this paper, a novel way has been suggested to bring down the time and effort involved in such a study by using an advanced ANSYS feature called ANSYS Parametric Design Language(APDL). The results obtained have been found to validate spin softening.
Our Experience Inlichtensteintension Free Hernioplasty published in

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Dr. Janakirama S J, Dr. Mohammed Shahid Ali, Dr. S I S Khadri, Dr. T Kemparaj, Dr. Vivek S Revankar, Dr. Joseph Mathew, Dr. Farman Ali INTRODUCTION:Inguinal Hernias are one of the most common conditions a general surgeon comes across in daily practice. The present gold standard in treatment, the Lichtenstein tension-free mesh repair is associated with fewer complications and low recurrence rates. This study aims to evaluate the Lichtenstein tension free mesh repair with regard to the operating time, postoperative pain, duration of hospital stay, and complications associated including recurrence.MATERIALS AND METHODS: 407 patients with inguinal hernia admitted under a single surgical unit and having undergone the open Lichtenstein tension-free hernioplasty from 2006 to 2014 were included in this prospective study. RESULTS: A total of 456 mesh repairs were performed. Of these, indirect hernias accounted for 66.2% of cases (302 cases), direct in 25.0% (114 cases), sliding hernias in 2.4% (11 cases) and the pantaloon variety in 6.4% (29 cases). Significant postoperative complications included acute retention of urine (20.4%), transient testicular swelling (9.8%) and superficial surgical site infection (7.6%). Recurrence was noted in 3 patients at the end of the 1 year follow up period (0.7%).CONCLUSION: Lichtenstein Tension-free hernioplasty is a simple, cost-effective treatment modality for inguinal hernias with a low incidence of complications and recurrence and early return to daily activity
Average Buccal Corridor Space in Indian Population with Class I Occlusion. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Wasim Patel,Dr. Hina Desai,Dr. Padmaja Sharma Aim Of the study - The purpose of this study was to evaluate the average buccal corridor width for a sample of Indian adults with Class I normal occlusion. Materials and Methods -The sample consisted of 60 Indian adults aged between 18-25 years with Class I incisor, canine and molar relationship. Clinical examination and digital frontal photograph with posed smile were performed for each individual and measurement of buccal corridor was done. Descriptive statistics and independent sample t-test were performed for the sample. Results and Conclusion - Average buccal corridor space in Indian population with Class I occlusion was found to be 9.58% (medium broad smile). In males, it was found to be narrower (8.49%) than in females (10.67%).
Elementary Theory of Wavelets and Filter Bank published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pinal Choksi Many of us are interested in detecting the irregularity in very small region of a transient signal which cannot be detected by necked eyes. That can be possible by discretizing the region in which the irregularity lie. There are two ways to discretize the signal. In theory one can use Fourier transform on the signal and cut in M-pieces. Where as in practice discretization can be obtained by applying multiple number of filters (Filter Bank).This paper will give knowledge of wavelets and filter banks and later on connection between them. These are rapidly developing topics in real time. The technique of filter banks (for discrete signals) and wavelets (to represent functions) are used throughout signal and image processing for compression, denoising, enhancement, motion estimation and pattern recognition. New wavelets continue to be constructed for new applications. To understand this process we need to have a brief knowledge about the basic concepts like Fourier Transform, Short-Time Fourier Transform, Wavelet Transform, MRA, Filter and Filter bank Pinal Choksi"Elementary Theory of Wavelets and Filter Bank" 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/ijtsrd12997.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/applied-mathematics/12997/elementary-theory-of-wavelets-and-filter-bank/pinal-choksi
PROBLEMS OF LABOUR-MARKET FORMING AND EFFECTIVE ADJUSTING ARE ON THE STAGE OF THE FURTHER BECOMING OF UKRAINE AS STATE WITH THE SOCIAL ORIENTED MARKET ECONOMY published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Victoriya Overchuck The problems of labour-market forming and effective adjusting on the stage of the further becoming of Ukraine as state with the social oriented market economy are investigated. Scientific researches and economic practice prove that the further evolution of market relations is connected with the socially oriented labour-market, the formation of the socially oriented market economic system is impossible without that. A modern model of the Ukrainian labour-market is paradoxical and characterized by contradictions that prevent the effective integration.
EFFECT OF FARTLEK TRAINING ON CARDIO RESPIRATORY ENDURANCE AND MUSCULAR ENDURANCE AMONG HANDBALL PLAYERS published in

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Dr.S.MANIKANDAN The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of fartlk training on cardio respiratory endurance and muscular endurance among handball players. To achieve this purpose thirty male handball players were selected as subjects, their aged between 18 to 25 years, they are studying in the Department of physical education and sports sciences. Annamalai University, Tamilnadu. The selected subjects were divided into two equal groups of fifteen subjects each, namely fartlek training group and control group. The fartlek training group trained for three alternative days in a week for twelve weeks. Fartlek training group after a warm up for 5 minutes underwent fartlek exercises such as hill running. Uphill and down hill, running on different surfaces having with variation of slow, medium, high, medium and slow speed walk and sprints alternatively and finished each session with cool down exercises. Cardio respiratory endurance and muscular endurance were selected as criterion variables and they were tested by using coopers 12 minutes run/walk test and Bent knee sit ups respectively. ANCOVA was used to find out the significant different if any between the groups. The results of the study showed that there was a significant improvement on selected endurance parameters such as cardio respiratory endurance and muscular endurance due to twelve weeks of fartlek
Child Ragpickers in Aligarh City published in

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

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Dr. Nandkishorchoudhary, Meena Arora This research was conducted to study Aggression and family climate among senior secondary students. Sample consisted 200 senior secondary students belonging to Ludhiana district and taken through random sampling method. Aggression Scale by Km. Roma Pal & Mrs. Tasneem Naqvi (1986) and Family Climate Scale by Beena Shah (1990).Mean,S.D. and t-ratio computed an found that there is insignificant difference of aggression between government and private male and female senior secondary students. It was found that there is insignificant difference of family climate between general and scheduled category and government and private senior secondary students.But significant difference of family climate was found between male and female students.
Assessment of fatigue in cancer patients published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
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Endoscopic Findings In Dyspeptic Patients And Their Relation To Risk Factors published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Bushra Mohammed Ali, Dr. Kawa Hussein Ameen, Dr. Fattah Hama Raheem Hawrami, Dr. Karokh Hassan Salih, Dr. Enas Wijdan Salah Amp Ndash Aldeen Background: dyspepsia is relatively a common clinical condition encountered by primary care physicians with various diagnosis and its the reason for most referrals for oesophagogastroduodenoscopy (OGD) because endoscopy is essential in classification of patients condition as organic or functional dyspepsia. Objectives: 1. To determine clinically significant endoscopic lesions in dyspeptic patients & most common endoscopic finding , & whether sociodemographic & clinical characteristics can distinguish between patients with significant gastroduodenal pathology and those with non-ulcer dyspepsia. 2. To identify risk factors association with the presence of endoscopic lesions &the distribution of patients according to their symptoms. Method: a cross-sectional study included 250 dyspeptic patients referred to Kurdistan center for gastroenterology & hepatology(KCGH) in Sulaimani Teaching Hospital/Iraq, for endoscopy from 1st of October 2012 to 17th of March 2013. Close ended questionnaires were used for collecting data from the patients, upper GI endoscopy done for them, data collected& SPSS version 16 was used for data analysis. Results: in this study 250 dyspeptic patients involved, 54% were females & 46% were males, mean age of patients were 44.7018.04 years, most frequent symptom was epigastric pain 91.6%, stress was positive in 76.4% of patients, regular alcohol drinker were 4%, current smoker were 18%, the most frequent endoscopic finding was gastritis 32.8% & the mean age among gastritis were 47.1717.778 years. The association between gender, stress , smoking, age & dysphagia with endoscopic findings were statistically significant, p= 0.019, p= 0.015, p= 0.018, p= 0.0009 & p= 0.018 respectively. Conclusions: Age of the patients related significantly to endoscopic findings & significant findings related mainly to middle age group. Stress & smoking are important risk factors which significantly related to endoscopic findings. Gastric problems are the major cause for dyspepsia in this locality.
AMELIORATIVE EFFECTS OF MURRAYA KOENIGII IN CHRONIC CONSTRICTION INJURY OF SCIATIC NERVE INDUCED NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Deepika Saini, Tapan Behl*, Ishneet Kaur, Meenu Nagpal, Heena Goel, Rajesh K. Pandey Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage and is induced by noxious stimuli. The sensation of pain is a protective mechanism for the body and it initiates nociceptive reflexes. Neuropathic pain is defined as pain initiated or caused by a primary lesion or dysfunction in the nervous system, either central nervous system (CNS) or peripheral nervous system (PNS). As the onset of neuropathic pain may be delayed after nerve injury, pain may still be present after healing is complete. This makes proper diagnosis and early treatment difficult. Moreover, neuropathic pain commonly occurs as a secondary symptom in diseases like diabetes, cancer and herpes zoster infection; it may also occur with treatments such as chemotherapeutics or cytotoxic drugs. The various first line drugs available for neuropathic pain (such as gabapentin, pregabalin, duloxetime, tricyclic antidepressants etc.,) are not found to be fully effective in the treatment. Henceforth, alternative treatments are being researched upon. Murraya koenigii is one such possible alternative, which is considered in the present study and is successfully found to provide positive results towards the prevention and maintenance of peripheral neuropathic pain due to its anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and cellular calcium modulatory action.
Pharmaceutical Wastes Management and the Presence of Pharmaceuticals in the Environment of Health Facilities in Lagos State, Nigeria published in

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Afusat Adesina, Sanni O. Felix Environments continuously receive mixtures of drugs on a global scale. The most popular uses of drugs include human medicine as tools for the treatment or prevention of various diseases, veterinary drugs or husbandry growth promoters with applications on many different aspects of agriculture. Objectives of this study are to identify the major methods used in PWM in the health facilities in Lagos state, Nigeria and to identify the presence of pharmaceutical in the environment. This study comprised 376 respondents of which 68.4% were females. Most frequent age range was 31 – 40 years, (42.3%). 43.4% have been in service between 1-5 years. 34% work in general hospitals while 8.0% work in comprehensive health centers. Majority (37.5%) dispose pharmaceutical wastes in medical waste bin. Unused drugs are mostly returned directly to the supplier (40.4%) while expired drugs are mostly returned to manufacturers (41.2%). Most facilities dispose wastes in biohazard bags (red, 19.95%, yellow and black, 19.68%). 0.634ug/L of amoxillin trihydrate was detected in waste water and 6.791ug/g in sludge. 0.203ug/L of Clavlnic acid was present in tap water, 0.264ug/L of Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride was found in waste water and 6.353ug/g in sludge. Diclofenac was 0.409ug/L in waste-water. Paracetamol concentration was 0.00379ug/L in tap water, 0.01196g/L in waste water and 0.55768ug/L in sludge. It is concluded that the presence of pharmaceutical wastes in tap water, waste water and sludge in hospital environments is connected with waste management methods. Awareness and training are necessary to avoid environmental pollution of pharmaceutical wastes. Keywords: Wastes, drugs, Pharmaceutical Waste management, Healthcare workers, Environments, hazards.
Engineered Resilient System Life Cycle Costing Model published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Allen Blash, William Butler, Lindy Clark, Kyle Fleming, LTC Jennifer Kasker In order to make the best use of the defense spending budget, it is critical that the Department of Defense (DoD) accurately predict the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E), Procurement, and Operation and Support (O&S) costs down to the third level of the Work Breakdown Structure for Major Defense Acquisition Project (MDAP) wheeled or tracked vehicles. This research utilizes historical data, extracted from government databases, to develop cost estimating relationships (CERs) that predict the life cycle cost of wheeled and tracked vehicles based on attributes. This research can also be leveraged for defense acquisition programs across the DoD portfolio. The model will be integrated into a tradespace analysis tool, ERS & CREATE-GV, which was developed by ERDC to predict the cost of each alternative created in the tradespace.
A Study on a CFD Analysis of Pressure Difference on Naca0012 Airfoil by Changing Gurney Flap Height and Angle of Attack published in

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Hardik S. Patel Study of a two-dimensional CFD analysis is done to investigate the effects of angle of attack and height of gurney flap on the aerodynamic characteristics of NACA0012 airfoil. Various techniques used for plotting and modelling an airfoil is seen. Different parameters used, and its effects, in analysis like domain shape, grid cells, number of nodes in meshing, various boundary conditions is surveyed. Change in Reynolds number of fluid results in different output hence variation of lift & drag co-efficient with change in Reynolds number is analysed. Proper selection of turbulence model is an essential criterion for accurate results which shows similarity to real condition. Inappropriate model gives worthless output hence selection of most accurate turbulence model for given problem is examined. Validation of computational results with available experimental data is also observed.
Words for Science published in

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I. M. R. Pinheiro In this article, we progress further into our semiological studies. We here sketch a procedure to include words in Science and a set of criteria to judge inclusion levels of those. Objectivity cannot be attained in Science if we do not choose our words extremely well: We choose the word heap and spend even millennia talking about the problem we have created, but if we had put more thought into the words we include in the scientific literature, we would actually not have a problem. We would have at most an allurement to show how many problems could be created in Science out of the freedom that common language terms allow us to have instead. A bit more thinking when designing a scientific problem and we will be able to optimize the distribution of investment in Science, what will then allow us to solve many more problems that matter
Privacy Protection and Intrusion Avoidance for Cloudlet-Based Medical Data Sharing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pooja | Neelambika With the ubiquity of wearable gadgets, alongside the advancement of clouds and cloudlet innovation, there has been expanding need to give better medical care. The preparing chain of medical information mostly incorporates information accumulation, information stockpiling and information sharing, and so forth. Customary medicinal services system regularly requires the conveyance of medical information to the cloud, which includes clients delicate data and causes correspondence vitality utilization. For all intents and purposes, medical information sharing is a basic and testing issue. Subsequently in this paper, we develop a novel social insurance system by using the adaptability of cloudlet. The elements of cloudlet incorporate security insurance, information sharing and intrusion detection. In the phase of information accumulation, we initially use Number Theory Research Unit (NTRU) strategy to scramble clients body information gathered by wearable gadgets. Those information will be transmitted to close-by cloudlet in a vitality productive design. Furthermore, we exhibit another trust model to help clients to choose trustable accomplices who need to share put away information in the cloudlet. The trust display additionally causes comparable patients to speak with each other about their infections. Pooja | Neelambika"Privacy Protection and Intrusion Avoidance for Cloudlet-Based Medical Data Sharing" 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/ijtsrd15628.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/15628/privacy-protection-and-intrusion-avoidance-for-cloudlet-based-medical-data-sharing/pooja
STUDY OF ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF DIFFERENT PARTS OF TWO SOUTH ALGERIAN EGGPLANT CULTIVARS published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
C. Boubekri, A. Rebiai, T. Lanez In this study the antioxidant capacity of ethanolic EE and water WE extracts from different parts (calyx, peel, and pulp) of eggplant (Solanum melongena L) were evaluated using cyclic voltammetry. The antioxidant capacity of different parts of eggplant was measured using ascorbic acid equivalent antioxidant capacity assays. The peel extracts of both dark purple and white samples showed the highest antioxidant capacity (66.78 and 75.62 mg/g) followed by pulp (16.54 and 30.56 mg/g), and calyx (14.82 and 21.27 mg/g). These results indicate that antioxidant capacity of eggplant varied by parts and solvents.
Chemical Composition of Marine Water fish Varieties published in

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Soumya P. S Fish is recognized as an excellent source of protein, containing all the ten essential amino acids in desirable concentrations for human beings and available at cheaper rate. The present study, on Chemical composition of marine water fish varieties was aimed at evaluating the nutrients analysis from two fish varieties namely pink perch (Nemipterus raponicus) and silver belly (Gerres filamentoses) belonging to marine species. The fresh fish varieties were analysed for chemical constituents like moisture, fat, protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin A and peroxide value. From this study it is obvious that for comparing the two marine water fish varieties silver belly is found to be high nutritive value. The peroxide value and fat content were high in pink perch which is an indication of developing rancidity of fats.
NOVEL APPROACH FOR PATIENTS COMPLIANCE: FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ruhi Fatma1*, Dr. P.K. Nandi2, Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta1 There is lot of research and development taking place in the field of drug discovery and or improvement of existing drug therapy to combat with new challenges in health care system for the betterment of human health. But at the same time there are many other practical problems which are frequently faced by the patients and human beings, for example - increasing number of diseases in old age, increasing life span, swallowing problems in various age group due to many physiological, pathological and pharmacological reasons as well as decreasing availability of drinking water etc.; because of such problems the chances of incompliance is also getting increased and thus expected results of medicament administration is either not obtained or situation of medical error, adverse drug reaction etc. may arises. Thus, to improve patients compliance and convenience, fast dissolving or mouth dissolving tablets is one of the novel approaches and therefore preparation of FDTs become growing rapidly in the area of pharmaceutical research and industry. Till the date various formulation technologies of fast dissolving tablets are developed and now it is the time to provide clinical benefits by developing such formulation of drugs to full fill the need of patients and health care system.
I ANALYSIS OF DIRECTIVITY AND BANDWIDTH OF COAXIAL FEED SQUARE MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rohit Jha*, Ravindra Pratap Narwaria In this paper the use of artificial neural network for the estimation of Directivity and Bandwidth of coaxial feed square shaped microstrip patch antenna is presented. Multilayer Perceptron Feedforward Back Propagation Network (MLPFFBP - ANN) with Levenberg - Marquardt (L - M) training algorithms has been used in order to implement the neural network model. The results obtained from the Artificial Neural Network Model are equated with the results obtained from the Computer Simulation Technology (CST) Studio Software, and the results show satisfactory agreement, and also it is noted that the neural network model is not trained very well using one hidden layer so more than one hidden layers are used for training the neural network model.
The Future of Organization Design: An Interpretative Synthesis in Three Themes published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Richard M. Burton In the inaugural issue of the Journal of Organization Design (Vol. 1, #1, 2012), noted scholars and experienced practitioners presented their views on the future of organization design. The seven wise and provocative statements were subsequently discussed by members of the Organizational Design Community at a conference held at Harvard University on August 3, 2012. I was asked by JOD to monitor the discussion and identify the broad organization design themes that emerged. Although the discussion was wide ranging, three themes were noticeable. The first theme is that there are fundamentals of organization design, and all agreed that design involves creating a cohesive socio-technical system from a number of constituent elements. The second theme is that the boundaries of many newer organizational forms extend beyond that of the single firm, so the scope of organization design needs to expand to include ecosystems, collaborative communities, industries, and other supra-firm architectures. The third theme involves time and change, requiring a shift in focus from how organizations become stable and predictable to how they can become more agile.
Performance Problems and Security Limitations of Mobileipv6 published in

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Sridevi, Dr. Manjaiah. D. H This research paper presents current mobility extensions of IPv6 as designed to create a real time compliant, secure mobile Internet. Starting from Mobile IPv6, the basic end-to-end mobility management protocol, it also discusses performance and security issues, as well as recent improvements to enhance mobility operations within the next generation Internet protocol.
A New Energy Efficient Routing Scheme for Data Gathering published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
Reproductive Tract Infections Among Currently Married Females in Andhra Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N.HEMA PRIYADARSHINI, HARITHA KODALI, V.K.RAVINDRA KUMAR The term reproductive tract infections (RTIs) refer to a variety of infections affecting the lower and upper reproductive tract of men and women. RTIs have lot more impact on womens health with special reference to the sexually transmitted and other reproductive tract infections. The variation in magnitude and nature of RTIs across women with different socio-economic and demographic characteristics has been discussed in the present paper. More than 51 per cent of the respondents are suffering from moderate severity of RTI diseases and majority of the respondents of below 25 years of age (51.4 %) are suffering from high severity of RTI diseases.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF STABILITY INDICATING HPTLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF PRASUGREL AND ASPIRIN published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
B.A.Patel*, S. Alvi* and S.J. Parmar* A simple & precise Stability indicating HPTLC method has been developed & validated for the simultaneous estimation of Prasugrel (PRA) & Aspirin (ASP) from Dosage form. The method employed TLC aluminum plates precoated with silica gel 60 GF 254 as the stationary phase. The solvent system comprised Carbon Tetrachloride: Ethyl Acetate: Acetic Acid (7.5:2.4:0.1, v/v/v). This system was found to give good result for both the drugs (Rf value: of ASP 0.34cm & PRA 0.58cm).Spectrodensitometric scanning-integration was performed at a wavelength of 240nm.The calibration curve was found to be linear within the concentration range of 150ng/spot to 900ng/spot for PRA and1125-6750 ng/spot for ASP. The regression data for calibration curve shows good linear relationship with r2 = 0. 9981 & 0.9979 for PRA & ASP respectively. The method was validated as per ICH guidelines. Thus, the proposed method can be used successfully for routine analysis of PRA & ASP from dosage form.
A Comparative Study on the Application of Electronic Business between Traditional Enterprises and Internet Companies – Based on Co-word Analysis of Annual Report published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Xinxin Wang, Xiaoqing Sun, Yuyao Fan This paper analyzes the content of 93 annual reports of listed Chinese companies by means of co-word analysis. The specific steps of co-word analysis are as follows. First of all, extracting high frequency keywords from the annual report of listed companies, then using word frequency analysis software SATI and Bicomb 2.0 to carry out statistics of word frequency and construct a co-word matrix, and last of all, generating a visual co-word network diagram in the visualization tools of ucinet6 and NetDraw. Comparing the status quo of the application of electronic business on traditional enterprises and internet companies as the visual co-word network diagram shows, this paper analyzes the existing problems in the network transformation of traditional enterprises and put forward specific recommendations for improvement.
Dual Mode Linguistic Hedge Fuzzy Logic Contoller for an Isolated Biomass Based Diesel Wind Hybrid Power System with Battery Energy Storage Unit published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
S. Velusami and M. Md. Thameem Ansari In this paper, a dual mode linguistic hedge fuzzy logic controller for an isolated biomass based diesel-wind hybrid power system with battery energy storage unit is proposed. In this fuzzy logic controller design, the linguistic hedge operators are used to adjust the shape of the system membership functions dynamically, and can speed up the control result to fi t the system demand. The genetic algorithm-simulated annealing algorithms are adopted to search the optimal linguistic hedge combination in the linguistic hedge module. Dual mode concept is also incorporated in this proposed controller because it can improve the system performance. The system with the proposed controller was simulated and the frequency deviation resulting from a step load disturbance is presented. The simulation results shows that the system performance is improved with the proposed controller. It is also found that the controller is less sensitive to the changes in the system parameters.
Lane Detection Techniques - A Review? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Anjali Goel? Lane coloration has become popular in real time vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs). The main emphasis of this paper is to find the further ways which can be used further to improve the result of lane detection algorithms. Noise, visibility etc. can reduce the performance or the existing lane detection algorithms. The methods developed so far are working efficiently and giving good results in case when noise is not present in the images. But problem is that they fail or not give efficient results when there is any kind of noise or fog in the road images. The noise can be anything like dust, shadows, puddles, oil stains, tire skid marks, etc. So the overall goal of this paper is to evaluate the gaps in existing literature and suitable solution for the same.
Wood Dust Induced Genotoxicity as an Occupational Hazard in Carpentry Workers published in

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

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Siswoyo Siswoyo This study describes the student's understanding of the photoelectric effect theoretically and empirically by using PhET Interactive Simulation. Survey techniques was conduct to obtain data on students' understanding of the photoelectric effect on students of Department of Physics, State UNJ class of 2012. Data were taken while students were following the lecture for 30 minutes, the number of respondents were 75 students. Research instrument consist of several questions related to the understanding of the photoelectric effect, such as, the definition of the photoelectric effect, the use of PhET Integrative Simulation on the topic of the photoelectric effect, the relationship between light intensity, frequency or wavelength, and the potential difference, analyzing, reading and drawing graphs relationship between the light intensity, frequency or wavelength and the potential difference. Data were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. The results showed that the students' understanding of the photoelectric effect is still low, especially when associated with the use of interactive simulations PhET.
EVALUATION OF IN VITRO ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF OVOUTOLINE LIQUID FORMULATION AGAINST THE DENATURATION OF PROTEIN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rukhsar Iqbal Wasta*, Dibyangana Susanta Duttagupta, Dr. Varsha Milind Jadhav, Dr. Vilasrao J. Kadam Objective: To evaluate the in vitro anti-inflammatory effect of Ovoutoline liquid formulation against the denaturation of proteins. Methods: The different concentrations of Ovoutoline liquid formulation was incubated with egg albumin in controlled experimental conditions and subjected to determination of absorbance to retrieve the anti- inflammatory property. Diclofenac sodium was used as the reference drug. Results: The presented findings exhibited a concentration dependent inhibition of protein (albumin) denaturation by the Ovoutoline liquid formulation. Conclusions: From the present study it can be concluded that Ovoutoline liquid formulation possessed marked in vitro anti inflammatory effect against the denaturation of protein. The effect was reasonably due to the alkaloids, flavanoids and polyphenolic constituents present in the formulation.
A Study of Irrigation, Cropping Pattern and Ground Water Scenario in Viratnagar Tehsil (Rajasthan, India) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Rajendra Yadav, Dr. K. C. Sharma A change in the agriculture land use implies a change in the proportion of area under different crops. The intensity of land utilization is reflected in number of crops raised during the year. Among the various determinants of agriculture, it is assumed that irrigation positively affects the intensity of cropping. The study area has recorded significant increase in residential and agricultural area due to which gained more land from water bodies, barren and vacant lands. It is observed from the study area, there is a greater variation in the cropping pattern. Farmers have adopted modern technologies i.e. fruits and vegetables, drip irrigation facility, variety seed, improving planting technology and micro irrigation, good network of transports and markets, agricultural advisory centers. Therefore, recently cropping pattern is positively increased. Management practices have a major impact on natural resources including water, soil, nutrients, plants and animal.
A Study on Recruitment and Selection at M/S. Lucas-TVS Limited, Puducherry published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
S. GIRIJA Guest Faculty, PG & Research Department of Corporate Secretaryship, Bharathidasan Government College for Women, Puducherry 605 003 Abstract Recruitment is an integral part of an organization’s human resource planning and their competitive strength. Competent human resources at the right positions in the organization are a vital resource and can be a core competency or a strategic advantage for it. Hence recruitment has proved to be an inseparable part of HR. Recruitment acts as a link between the employers and the job seekers and ensures the placement ofthe right candidate at the right place at the right time. Selection is the process of picking individuals who have relevant qualifications to fill jobs in an organization. The basic purpose is to choose the individual who can most successfully perform the job from the pool of qualified candidates. This project is entitled as “A study on Recruitment and Selection at M/S Lucas- TVS Ltd, Puducherry”. Recruitment is the process of searching the candidates for employment and stimulating them to apply for jobs. Selection is the process of picking ng individual who hathe s relevant qualification to fill jobs in the organisation. This project focuses on finding the effectiveness of present recruitment and selection process and the various factors involved the in recruitment and selection process of Lucas- TVS Ltd. A well-structured, non-disguise ed questionnaire was used to collect the data regarding recruitment and selection from the employees of the organisation. The statistical tools like cross tabulation and correlation are used for analysis. It is found that the present method is effective. Accessing candidate behavior for the job fit, use the ng internet and using advertisement the inthe newspaper as a source of recruitment might help in more effective recruitment & selection at Lucas – TVS Ltd
A MODEL FOR EVALUATING AND MAINTAINING LOAD BALANCING IN CLOUD COMPUTING? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Pushpendra Verma, Dr. Jayant Shekhar, Amit Asthana? Cloud computing is emerging as a new paradigm of large-scale distributed computing. It is a framework for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of computing resources. Load balancing is one of the main challenges in cloud computing which is required to distribute the dynamic workload across multiple nodes to ensure that no single node is overwhelmed. It helps in optimal utilization of resources and hence in enhancing the performance of the system. The goal of load balancing is to minimize the resource consumption which will further reduce energy consumption and carbon emission rate that is the dire need of cloud computing.Cloud computing is a term, which involves virtualization, distributed computing, networking, software and web services. A cloud consists of several elements such as clients, data enter and distributed servers. It includes fault tolerance, high availability, Scalability, flexibility, reduced overhead for users, reduced cost of ownership, on Demand services etc. Central to these issues lies the establishment of an effective load balancing algorithm. The load can be CPU load, memory capacity, delay or network load. Load Balancing is the process of distributing the load among various nodes of a distributed System to improve both resource utilization and job response time while also avoiding a situation where some of the nodes are heavily loaded while other nodes are idle or doing very little work. Load balancing ensures that all the processor in the system or every node in the network does approximately the equal amount of work at any instant of time. This technique can be sender initiated, receiver initiated or symmetric type (combination of sender initiated and receiver initiated types). Our objective is to develop an effective load balancing algorithm using Divisible load scheduling theorem to maximize or minimize different performance parameters (throughput, latency for example) for the clouds of different sizes (virtual topology depending on the application requirement).
EKSEPSI PLURIUM LITIS CONSORTIUM (Studi Terhadap Putusan Pengadilan Tinggi Semarang No. 401/Pdt/2002/PT. Smg jo. Putusan Pengadilan Negeri Purwokerto No.41/Pdt.G/2000/PN.Pwt) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Siti Muflichah, Trusto Subekti dan Haedah Faradz In the civil jurisdiction, truth searched is the formal truth. This matter of course different from the criminal justice, where truth searched is material truth. Searching the formal truth, meaning that judge may not be abysmal of boundary that raised by the parties. This matter contain the congeniality, that verification process is not see at wight or content, but to wide of case scope or dispute that raised by the parties. In this case judge have the passive character. in civil jurisdiction, truth searched is a truth that relying on formal verification. The Judge decision shall contain the rule of law element, justice and benefit. For the reason judge have to careful, goodness in making draft of decision and also decision intake later. In Case No. 401/ Pdt / 2002 / PT. Smg, The Judge of High Court of middle of Java made the decision by strengthening decision of District Court of Purwokerto in case No. 41/Pdt.G/2000/PN Pwt. This Judge Decision represent an example of careless of the judge in make decision. exception of the lack of party had refused. Therefore, judge have to consider this matter in its decision. Therefore, judge have to consider this matter in its decision. This matter of course relative harm the plaintiff, because if suing is not accepted, plaintiff can improve/ repair its suing or make a lawsuit to the court newly again. But refusedly of suing make the plaintiff cannot improve/ repair its suing or make the new suing again. finally, the decision which is not careful will not fulfill the rule of law elements, justice and benefit. Kata kunci: kebenaran formil, penggugat, tergugat, turut tergugat, syarat formil gugatan
EFFICIENT CONTENT BASED VIDEO RETRIEV AL USING ASR AND OCR TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anil Shravan Gavhane E - lecturing has become more and more popular, in the last decade. On the World Wide Web (WWW) is growing rapidly, the amount of lecture video data. For video retrieval in WWW or within large lecture video archives is urgently needed, a more efficient method. For automated video indexing and video search in large lecture video archives, this paper presents an approach. To offer a visual guideline for the video content navigation, w e apply automatic video segmentation and key - frame detection. By applying video Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology on key - frames and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) on lecture audio tracks, we extract textual metadata. For keyword extraction , by which both video - and segment - level keywords are extracted for content - based video browsing and search, the OCR and ASR transcript as well as detected slide text line types are adopted. By evaluation, the performance and the effectiveness of proposed indexing functionalities are proven.
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
The Dependency of the Internet of Things on Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mohammad Asim | Ranjit Biswas Cloud and IoT two out and out various developments are both starting at now part of our life. An extraordinary worldview region Cloud and IoT are circumscribed is anticipated as alarming, whats more, an empowering specialist of a broad number of employment circumstances. This paper focuses on the blend of Cloud and IoT, which is denoted by the Cloud IoT perspective. Various works in composing have reviewed Cloud and IoT freely: their fundamental virtue, focal points, hidden growth, and problems. Be that as it may, to the best of our insight, these works do not have a point by point investigation of the Cloud IoT worldview. To connect this hole, we audit the writing about the coordination of It and cloud. We begin dissecting and examining the requirement for incorporating them, the difficulties getting from such reconciliation, and how these issues have been handled in writing. We by then depict application circumstances that have been shown in composing, and whats more stages both business and publicly accessible and ventures executing the Cloud IoT perspective. At long last, we determine open issues, precept problems and destiny bearings in this promising discipline. Mohammad Asim | Ranjit Biswas"The Dependency of the Internet of Things on Cloud Computing" 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/ijtsrd12818.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/information-technology/12818/the-dependency-of-the-internet-of-things-on-cloud-computing/mohammad-asim
Nurses Knowledge of The Themes Regional Food and Food Security Before and After Trainning published in

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Julliana Dos Santos Aires, Adria Marcela Vieira Ferreira, Leidiane Minervina Moraes De Sabino, Emilly Karoline Freire Oliveira, Mariana Cavalcante Martins, Paulo Cesar De Almeida, Lorena Barbosa Ximenes The aim of this study was to measure the theoretical knowledge of nurses on regional food and on food security, before and after training. A quasi-experimental study of before-and-after design, conducted with seven nurses working in the Family Health Strategy (FHS) located in a city in the rural area of the Cear State, Brazil. In data collection, we used pre-test and post-test instruments before and after the training provided through the serial album. We verified that in nine of thirteen questions, nurses answered correctly both the pre-test and post-test questions. On the other hand, in four questions remaining, not all nurses got the pre-test questions right and after training, there was an increase in the number of successes in post-test questions. Thus, we conclude that the training contributed to the improvement of theoretical knowledge of nurses about regional food and food security.
Studies on in -vitro Anti Microbial Potential of Rhizospheric Soil Bacteria against Multi Drug Resistant Clinical Isolates published in

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Manish Dhore, Dipali Barate, M. Musaddiq Antimicrobial resistance provides a survival benefit to microbes and makes it harder to eliminate infections from the body. In the present investigation we tried to find a new antimicrobial agent producing bacteria from rhizosphere soil. In this view study has been performed to find out some excellent rhizospheric soil bacteria which are active against multi drug resistant clinical pathogens. In the present study P. aeruginosa , S. aureus, E. coli, K. pneumoniae were isolated from different clinical samples. All the isolates were then subject to antibiotic susceptibility testing by disc diffusion method. Susceptibility testing by disc diffusion method. Out of 86 isolates 62.79 % isolates were found to be multi drug resistant (MDR). The rhizospheric isolates S2 (Bacillus spp) & S5 (P.fluorescens) were found to exert good antimicrobial activity against 8 most resistant clinical isolates. Because of huge emergence of multidrug resistant (MDR) bacteria reported in our study and previously reported studies it is an urgent need to discover new therapeutics that would be effective against MDR strain. Rhizosphere soil gives an excellent option as a source for search of some new alternative medicines.
COMPARISON OF IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ARECA CATECHU LINN NUT BY MICROWAVE EXTRACTION AND SOXHLATION TECHNIQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Padmaa M Paarakh* The aim of the present study is to compare the in vitro antioxidant activity of Areca catechu nut by two different techniques of extraction viz., Microwave extraction and Soxhlation and correlate the antioxidant activity with the amount of flavonoids and phenol content present in the extract. Areca catechu nuts [unroasted, roasted and commercial sample from shop] were extracted separately in microwave extractor and soxhlet with methanol and distilled water. The study were carried out with 2 extracts prepared by both methods using different in vitro antioxidant model viz., Phosphomolybdenum antioxidant assay, Reducing power assay and DPPH radical scavenging assay. Total flavonoid content and phenol content were also determined. The study exhibited strong antioxidant activity in different in vitro systems. The methanol and water extracts of commercial sample showed better results than other 2 extracts on evaluation with the different in vitro antioxidant methods. Flavonoid content and phenol content also correlated well the in vitro antioxidant activity. There was minute variation in microwave extraction and soxhlet extraction technique. This experiment has concluded the strong in vitro antioxidant properties of A.catechu. Further, investigation on in vivo antioxidant activity has to be carried out to understand its mode of action and to discover the main constituent of A.catechu nuts responsible for this antioxidant effect.
The mathematical description for the electropolymerization of furan, pyrrole and thiophene derivatives in alkaline media published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Volodymyr Tkach*, Vasyl Nechyporuk and Petro Yagodynets The electropolymerization of furan, pyrrole and thiophene in strong basic media was mathematically described. Two models for the cases of the insoluble and soluble anodes were described and analyzed by using the linear stability theory and bifurcation analysis and compared with the models for other cases of electropolymerization. The causes for the oscillatory behavior, monotonic instabilities and steady-state stability conditions were found.
Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Patient with Oligodontia: A Case Report published in

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

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A. Jaya Madhuri Lata, Dr S Emmanuel In India, the traditional knowledge of medicine, The Ayurveda, evolved more than 5,000 years ago in the Himalayas. The plants are the major sources of currants in ancient world. Now in 21st century also, people are more keen and interested in the traditional medication as these are very safe and no side effect. The one part of the technology was to use the whole plant or a part of a plant to cure diseases but now it is the time to extract and exploit different bioactive compounds from those plant that have many therapeutically activities. In this present study, the major plant secondary metabolites present in Artemisia absinthium were investigated. Ethanolic extract was obtained and qualitative screening identified the presence of alkaloid, flavonoid, carbohydrate, tannin, quinines, protein, phenol and terpenoid. Their antimicrobial assay against different pathogenic microorganisms like gram negative (Pseudomonas syringae, Enterobacter aerogenes and E.coli) and gram positive (Bacillus megaterium, Micrococcus luteus and Staphylococcus aureus) bacteria. Highest zone of inhibition 88mm was obtained against E.coli and less zone of inhibition 11mm and 12mm were shown by Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas syringae respectively
Dissemination of Paddy Crop Technologies Acquired by Krishi Vigyan Kendra Trained Farmers of Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. Balaji Naik, T. Lakshmi, S.V. Prasad The study was conducted to analyze the Krishi Vigyan Kendra trained farmers in dissemination of paddy crop technologies. The investigation was carried out in four adopted villages of Andhra Pradesh covering three adopted mandals of Reddipalli Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Anantapur district.Exploratory research design was followed for the study. Majority of the trained farmers had medium acquisition (71.67%) followed by low acquisition (13.33%) and high acquisition (15.00%) on groundnut crop technologies. Cent percent of the respondent acquired technologies viz, BPT5204 variety adoption, basal dose of fertilizers, seed treatment, harvesting 14 percent moisture in paddy grain and trimming of bunds.
Study on Seed Vigour And Their Correlation to Field Emergence in Groundnut (Arachis Hypogea L.) Genotypes published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ruchi Bajpai, Priyanka Singh, Dr. Poonam Singh Studies were carried out on seed vigour and their correlation with field emergence of six groundnut genotypes. Highly significant differences were observed, from the investigation it was found that for predicting the field emergence in groundnut, lab tests like first count of germination, accelerated ageing test of 12 hrs and EC test should be used. Apart from these, two other tests like seed density and final count of germination can also be adopted.
An Unusual Presentation of Self-Inflicted Multiple Sewing Needles in Forearms and Hands in an Adult MaleA Case Report. published in

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Pandey K. K, Chandani O. P Self-penetration of multiple sewing needles in an adult indicates some psychiatric illness that needs treatment to avoid serious health problem. We report a 20 years old male presented in outdoor clinic with self-inflicted multiple sewing needles in his forearms and hands. He was referred to the department of Psychiatry where he was diagnosed with an impulse control disorder along with peculiar personality trait. His psychiatric illness was improved with psychological and pharmacological treatment. Painful sewing needles were removed surgically with localization under C-Arm fluoroscopy .Local morbidity and risk of injury to vital organs due to future migration should be considered during removal of asymptomatic needles.
Rationale and Design of the Access Specification Language RASP published in

International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics (IJCSDF)

Published by The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC)
Mark Evered In this paper we describe the formal specification language RASP for expressing fine-grained access control constraints in information systems. The design of the language is motivated by a number of IS case studies which demonstrate the complexity of the access constraints which arise if minimal (need-to-know) access is to be strictly enforced. RASP supports modularity, parameterization, role acquisition, constraint expressions and a symmetrical approach to role transitions and attribute transitions. No existing access control specification language supports all of these complex, realistic requirements.
Explaining of the Role of Geographical Explorations in Changing of the International Boundaries and the Political Map of the World published in

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Zarei, Bahador, Delshadzad, Jalil In the past periods, most of the geographical explorations were for territorial greed and the accumulation of wealth, and consequently after the occupation of the territories were changed the boundaries of the territories. And even on the political map of the world were drawn with the changes. Changing and evolution of international boundaries and then the change of the political map of the world, especially is very important in the age of explorations. Because geographical explorations with its expanding to the other continents and the occupation of several countries has been provided the cause of the boundary changes at the international level. In terms of nature and research method, the study is based on historical method and descriptive analytic. Researchers in the field of boundary research should not focus only on aspects of the body of knowledge and function of the boundaries rather have to focus on aspects of philosophy and the factors that were caused the formation of boundaries and the change of the political map of the world. So the purpose of this research is to answer this question; have geographical explorations had a huge impact in international boundaries and political map of the world?
How the recurrence of biliary pancreatitis can be prevented? A case report and literature review. published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Published by Mustafa Hasbahceci
Fatih Başak [1] , Ali Tardu [2] , Mert Mahsuni Sevinç [3] , Erdem Kınacı [4] , Acar Aren [5] Diagnosis and treatment of recurrent acute pancreatitis remains a complex issue in clinical practice. Repeated episodes of pancreatitis are usually seen in a gland with a normal morphology during diagnosis, so it is believed that such a clinical entity is characterized by recurrent episodes of pancreatitis in the normal pancreas. The evaluation of patients with recurrent acute pancreatitis requires systematic identification or removal of correctable factors. In this study, we aimed to present a case of acute pancreatitis with six attacks in the light of the literature.
Knowledge of Diabetic Foot Care among Nursing Practitioners in Rivers State, Nigeria published in

Texila International Journal of Nursing

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Smita Bharnagar, Dr. S. S. Rathore It is said that India lives in villages since a large majority (74 per cent) of the families are dependent on agriculture with livestock constituting an integral role. Dairying is a very patent and easily operational source of increasing income of marginal farmers with their existing resource base. Dairying, being a self income generating enterprise, can meet the shortterm requirements of the farmers for agriculture by providing regular income. The womens share of the work force and their contribution to total family income are substantial in households of lower economic strata. The Self Employment avenue that can provide employment opportunities in Jaipur District of Rajasthan is dairying and with the spread of milk chilling and storing technology all over the district, the demand for milk had increased. Krishi Vigyan Kendra-Jaipur had launched a programme to promote the level of awareness, skill and managerial ability required for the women to employ themselves gainfully in various fields since household dairying is the single largest activity in the rural areas where women can be gainfully employed. KVK-Chomu had launched a massive training and employment proramme for women dairy farmers in Sandersar-Chomu Mahila Mandal of Jaipur District with a base of 100 women dairy farmers.
A SCALLING CRITERIA OF FUNDAMENTAL SOI DESIGN DEVICES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sonawane Yogesh *, Chopade Vitthal, Chaudhari Pravin A simple, sensitive, precise and stability indicating RP-HPLC method of analysis of lacidipine in bulk as well as formulation was developed and validated. Separation was carried out on Inertsil C18 column (250mm x 4.6mm x 4.6mm, 5 um particle size) using mobile phase Acetonitrile : Methanol (55:45 v/v) at PDA detector. The drug was subjected to stress degradation conditions like acid, alkaline, oxidative, photo and thermal degradation. The method was validated for specificity, linearity, precision, accuracy, robustness and solution stability. Method was found to be linear with correlation coefficient 0.998 and also found to be robust as %RSD values are less than 2%. Stress degradation study shows that lacidipine undergoes degradation in acid, base and oxidation (15.20%, 5.96%, 11.24% respectively). Degradation products which are formed during studies did not interfere in detection of lacidipine and thus assay can be considered stability indicating.
EVALUATION OF PHYTOCHEMICAL, ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIDIARRHOEL ACTIVITY OF JATROPHA GOSSYPIFOLIA L. ROOT METHANOL EXTRACT IN SWISS ALBINO MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rani B. Bhagat*, and D. K. Kulkarni The roots of J. gossypifolia used for treatment of diarrhoea, dysentery, inflammation in ethno-medicinal practices. Qualitative and quantitative phytochemical analysis showed presence of secondary metabolites like-alkaloids, Phenols, flavonoids, tannins etc. The root was undertaken to study antidiarrhoeal activity using suitable animal models. Root powder was successively extracted with petroleum ether, methanol and distilled water. Solvents from these extract were removed under reduced temperature and pressure. Exploratory studies revealed presence of significant antidiarrhoeal activity only to methanol extract. This extract was studied using suitable tests consisting of castor oil and magnesium sulphate induced diarrhoea and barium chloride induced peristalsis using Swiss albino mice. The in vitro antimicrobial activity against micro-organisms also showed potent activity. Extract showed action against castor oil, magnesium sulphate induced diarrhoea and enteropooling activity due to castor oil treatment as well as on normal and barium chloride induced peristalsis of small intestine significantly in mice, so also antimicrobial activity against common pathogens responsible for diarrhoea in vitro. The results of above investigations are supporting the ethno-medicinal use of J. gossypifolia root for the treatment of diarrhoea.
تقويم كتب التاريخ للمرحلة المتوسؕة في العراق في ضوء معايير جودة التعليم published in

Education College Journal

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ا. م. د. جبار رشك شناوه الخلاصة يهدف البحث الحالي إلى تقويم كتب التاريخ للمرحلة المتوسؕة في ضوء معايير جودة التعليم من وجهة نظر مدرسي مادة التاريخ ومدرساًتها وتحليل محتوى هذه الكتب . واستخدم الباحث المنهج الوصفي (المسحي والتحليلي) وتكونت أداة البحث من (9) مجالات احتوت على(80) معياراًا وشملت عينة المدرسين والمدرساًت على 30% من مجتمع البحث وعددهم (235) مدرساً ومدرسة وتم تحليل محتوى ثلاث كتب بواقع (332) صفحة ومن أهم النتائج التي توصل إليه الباحث هي تحقيق(40)معياراًا من وجهة نظر المدرسين والمدرساًت و (47) معياراًا في تحليل المحتوى وجرى التركيز على الجوانب المعرفية بأسلوب السرد التاريخي للأحداث مع ضعف الجانب الوجداني والمهارى وتحقق معايير الإخراج الفني والمحتوى بحالة متوسؕة وأهمال معايير المقدمة والاعداد والتأليف والأهداف التربوية ، وتوصل الباحث إلى جملة من التوصيات منها تدعيم الجانب الوجداني والمهارى وإعادة النظر بمقدمة الكتب والاعداد والتأليف والأهداف التربوية والسلوكية وتضمينها بالكتب واقترح الباحث أجراء دراسات مماثلة للدراسة الحإليه وفي مراحل دراسية أخرى.
In Vitro Analysis on The Cytotoxicity of Super paramagnetic Iron Oxide Nano particle (SPION) Mediated Anticancer Drug Delivery System. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Naheef,K, Vysakh Mohan, Sivanarayanan TB In this study, we present in vitro cytotoxicity of bare and surface modified iron oxide (Fe3O4) nanoparticles) using live cell assays, LDH, and MTT assays with variation of the concentration of nanoparticles and incubation time. The surface of nanoparticles is modified with 3-aminopropyl triethoxy silane to enhance the biocompatibility. While the cytotoxic effect was negligible for 24 h incubation even at highest concentration of 100 ?g/ml. Bare nanoparticle represented higher level of toxicity than those of silanised nanoparticles. Current results confirmed the predictions and demonstrated that Magnetic nanoparticle (MNP)-silane system functionalised with silane has potential as new targeting strategy in cancer therapy.
A Bacteriological Study of Chronic Dacryocystitis in a Tertiary Care Hospital published in

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Cinthujah B, Raghunandhan V, Sucilathangam G, Revathy C Background and Objectives: Dacryocystitis is an infection and an inflammation of lacrimal sac and is an important cause of ocular morbidity in India both in adults and in children. The aim of the study is to isolate and identify the bacterial patterns associated with dacryocystitis and to determine their antibacterial sensitivity pattern. Materials and methods: A total of 50 lacrimal swab materials were subjected to bacterial analysis. Children less than 8 years were not included in the study. Results: The bacteria of six different species were isolated from (43/50) 86% culture positive samples. Staphylococcus aureus were the most common bacteria accounting for 30.33% followed by Klebsiella oxytoca (25.58%), Staphylococcus epidermidis (18.61%), Diphtheroids (11.63%), Pseudomonas (9.30%), Enterococcus spp (4.65%). Rate of infection was higher in females (93.33%) than in males (83.33%). Infection was higher among the age group >60 years (48%) followed by the age groups 40-60 years (36%), and <40 years (16%). In antibiogram, Vancomycin was effective against gram positive isolates and Gentamicin/Amikacin were effective against gram negative isolates. Conclusion: Staphylococcus aureus was the most frequently isolated bacteria sensitive to Vancomycin, followed by Klebsiella oxytoca which is sensitive to Gentamicin/Amikacin.
MAKE IN INDIA MANUFACTURING INNOVATION & POLICY INITIATIVE published in

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SAURABH KUMAR DWIVEDI Dr. KUSHENDRA MISHRA The study examined the technological innovation for manufacturing sector under the umbrella of Make in India initiative. The government is spending corers of Rupee on various development programmes. However, there are gaps in the implementation of these schemes which ultimately affect the delivery to the beneficiaries.This time government has changed his policy and look forward for transformation from Made in India to Make in India. Our success inIT/ITES will never be complete and will not touch the lives of masses without commensurate growth of the manufacturing sector. Manufacturing has been recognized as the main engine for economic growth. However total factor productivity (TFP) growth in Indian manufacturing accelerated after the 1991 economic reforms. But the share of manufacturing sector has been stagnating at a low 0.2 percent in 2013/2014 of GDP and 17 percent in 2012 of the overall growth in Indian economy and to achieve 100 million additional jobs by 2022. With an aim of taking this to around 25 percent by 2022, as per the draft National Manufacturing Policy, Government and industry focus needs to be further sharpened to augment growth in this manufacturing industry.
Entrepreneurial Attributes and Educational Qualifications: A Negative Relation published in

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Jayen K. Thaker The entrepreneurship is a result of multifold factors. One of the important factors is educational qualifications. How entrepreneurs attributes differ due to change in educational qualifications. To explore the relationship between them a research is under taken in Gujarat. A sample of more than 200 entrepreneurs is selected from the saurashtra region of Gujarat state belongs to various industries. The conclusions revealed that there is negative relationship between attributes of entrepreneurs and their educational qualifications. Higher the qualifications, lesser are the attributes.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising in Mature Cystic Teratoma A Rare Case Report published in

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Dr Ivy Sharma, Dr Chandan Jyoti Saikia Mature cystic teratomas account for 3045 % of all ovarian tumours. Malignant transformation of these tumours is rare with squamous cell carcinoma (Scc) being the commonest histological type. Malignant transformation in a mature cystic teratoma of the ovary is rare. The most common malignancy is squamous cell carcinoma, which consists of about 75% of malignant transformations. In the present report, we describe a case of squamous cell carcinoma arising in a mature cystic teratoma in a 29-year-old female .
ANALYSIS OF RISK-TAKING BEHAVIOUR OF INDIVIDUAL PENSION SYSTEM PARTICIPANTS: THE CASE OF TURKEY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

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Sumeyra Kara, Yilmaz Yildiz, Mehmet Baha Karan The study aims to analyze the risk-taking behavior of the individual pension system participants. In this context, the socio-economic factors that affect the risk taking behavior of the participants are investigated in accordance with the findings of the related literature by using the logistic regression methodology. According to the findings of the study, the duration of participation was found to be the most influential factor on the risk taking behavior of the individuals. Participants tend to invest in less risky assets as long as they stay in the system. Moreover, the participants who are male, married, do not experience a voluntary withdrawal, have a high level of education and who make higher contributions tend to direct their contributions to more risky assets. The age of the participants were not found as significant on the participants risk taking behavior. Moreover, the sample is divided into two according to the status of the contract (withdraw/not withdraw) and the education level of the participants (high education/low education) and the analysis is repeated for the subsamples. According to the findings of the analysis, it is observed that the explanatory power of the models and the significance levels of the coefficients of the independent variables differentiate among the sub groups.
Solar Roof Top Electricity - A Sustainable Technique published in

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Yogesh Poul, Mr. Makarand Garole, Arti Kanoujiya, Jyoti Mohopadkar, Vrushali Kulkarni India is geographically located at 28 36.8' N and 77 12.5' E in the hemisphere of the globe, that is an ideal location for solar energy utilization. India has a high solar insulation of about 5000 Trillion Kwhr/yr, which is far larger than current energy consumption. Growing demand for energy and increasing power value from utility companies compel industries to look for various choices. Captive solar roof power plant is cost effective and reliable solution which might achieve the payback in only 3-5 years, whereas the plant will last for more than twenty five years. The main reason behind choosing roof top is that there's no problem of land acquisition for fitting the power plant. The solar Roof top power plant produce clean and renewable energy. No sort of pollution is created, no greenhouse gases are emitted, no by-products are give out, and therefore the Solar Roof Panels are completely recyclable and reusable.
ESSENTIAL OIL CONSTITUENTS OF SWERTIA CILIATA D.DON EX G.DON. FROM KUMAUN HIMALAYA, UTTARAKHAND, INDIA. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Deepak Chandra*, Kundan Prasad, G. Bisht and Vinay Deep Punetha Swertia (family- Gentianaceae) is a large genus of herbs distributed in the mountainous regions of tropical area at an altitude of 1200-3600m. The essential oil of leaves of Swertia ciliata (D.Don ex G.Don), were extracted by steam distillation. The quantitative and qualitative analysis of volatile essential oil constituents of the plant was done by Gas Chromatography (GC) and GC -Mass Spectrometry. A total of 54 components of the essential oil of S. ciliata. were identified, accounting for 96.59 % of the total oil. The main compounds found were Octadecanal 14.36 %, Nonanal 8.56%, ?-Linalool 7.35%, 7- Octylidenebicyclo[4.1.0]heptane 6.94 %, Methyl-Myrtenate 4.21 %.
Peranan Kaum Awam dalam Pertumbuhan Gereja KIBAID Jemaat Latimojong published in

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Polikarpus Ka'pan Dalam menindaklanjuti amanat Agung Yesus Kristus yang yang rerdapat dalam Matius 28 :1, 20 Yaitu menjadikan sekalian bangsa murid-Nya maka kaum awam harus diberi pelatihan dan peran agar terlibat dalam berbagai bentuk kehidupannya menjadi saksi Kristus sehingga Gereja dapat bertumbuh. Gereja KIBAID Latimojong berkembang dengan berdirinya beberapaJemaat di Makassar, karena kaum Awam diberi pelatihan dan peran dalam bersaksi. Dalam tulisan ini akan dipaparkan tentang dasar Alkitab mengenai peran atau keterlibatan kaum Awam dan strategi Pertumbuhan Gereja. Bagian ini merupakan rinjauan pustaka yang dianggap sangat penting sebagai landasan untuk melangkah pada pembahasan inti yairu peranan kaum awam sebagai strategi pertumbuhan gereja KIBAIDJemaat Latimojong. Landasan tersebut adalah pemahaman dasar tentang peranan kaum awam dalam pertumbuhan gereja.
Shunt Active Power Filter Implemented With a Three Level NPC Voltage Source Inverter published in

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J. N. Pandya Use of nonlinear loads, such as power converters, power sources, uninterruptible power supply(UPS) units, and arc devices like electric furnaces and fluorescent lamps and large adjustable speed motor drives, is expected to grow rapidly. All of these loads inject harmonic currents and reactive power into the power system. Active power filter is used to eliminate current harmonics produced by non linear load. Shunt Active Power Filter(SAPF) based on instantaneous reactive power theory (p-q theory) and PWM control to obtain the gating signals for three-level diode clamped multilevel inverter. The proposed active power filter is employed to reduce the current Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) drawn by the non- linear load and compensate the reactive power. Simulation of a shunt active power filter based on a multilevel inverter(three level diode clamped inverter), is done in PSIM software. Simulation results have been obtained, FFT analysis of source current and load current is also presented and Total harmonic distortion of source current is calculated before and after compensation and THD of the source current after compensation is below 5% which is in permissible limit imposed by IEEE-519 standard.
The Human Disintegration: Dorris Lessings Vision of Society in the Land of Britons published in

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Prof. B. Evangeline Priscilla, Prof. S. Saraswathy, Dr . X. John Paul The vision of the city is seen by her autobiographical heroine Martha Quest during her girlhood on a Zambian farm; the ploughed land across the world to the Dumfries Hills and refashioned that unused country to the scale of her imagination. Lessing`s first book was on the British Literary scene to make on the theme that a few years later would be in full vogue and even scorned as `the colour bore` The theme of the first novel resulted directly from her observation of the colour conflict that was a matter of course in her African surroundings:
Placenta Previa Combined with Placenta Accreta and Fetal Congenital High Airway Obstruction- Failed Ex Utero Intrapartum Treatment published in

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

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Sohan Lal Solanki*, Gautam Chand Bhansali A parturient with placenta previa and accreta combined with fetal congenital high airway obstruction was scheduled for cesarean section. Ex utero intrapartum (EXIT) treatment on fetus after classical cesarean section was planned. General anesthesia was induced after routine and invasive haemodynamic monitoring started. Profuse bleeding was started as soon as the baby was delivered. EXIT procedure was cancelled and cord was clamped and cut. ENT surgeon performed tracheostomy on baby and airway was secured but baby died after half an hour. Emergency cesarean hysterectomy was done after all measures to control the bleeding were failed.
Pulmonary Artery Aneurysm - Report of a Case and Review of Literature published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

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Ravishankar Sargur* and K.A. Sudarshana Murthy A 57 year old female was admitted with an acute presentation of increasing breathlessness, pain in interscapular area associated with dizziness and vomiting. There was no orthopnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea or chest pain. Past medical history was significant for recurrent SVT between the ages of 15 and 30 which she was able to control by vagal manoeuvres. She was diagnosed to have pulmonary hypertension but no cause was found. She had progressive dyspnoea for last 5 years and was admitted with cardiac failure on 3 occasions. She was tachycardic with a heart rate of 100 /m and tachypnec with a respiratory rate of 30/m, normotensive -130/90 – no difference in blood pressures in right and left arm, there was no peripheral edema. Examination of precardium revealed RVH with pulmonary hypertension with a diffuse apical impulse, parasternal heave, RVS3, EDM in pulmonary area and parasternal area. There was a dull note in left infra-axillary and infra-scapular areas with absent breath sounds suggestive of a pleural effusion. Her haemoglobin was low at 8 g/l.
Power Distribution - A Challange published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Sakshi Dinesh Jawade | Dinesh V. Rojatkar In the course of recent years or thereabouts, India has taken quick walks in the improvement of the power part both regarding upgrading power age and also in making power accessible to broadly disseminated regions of the nation. Keeping in mind the end goal to take care of the expanding demand for power, to fuel the financial development of the nation, vast increases to the current creating limit and advancement of related transmission and appropriation arrange are required. Be that as it may, amid this period, the power division has perceived to be filled with some principal shortcomings, which represented the start of the change procedure in the Sector. Despite the fact that various approach activities have been set up, the undertaking of changing the power area is yet to be accomplished. Power age is the pointer of monetary development and mechanical improvement of any nation. India has a substantial verity of inexhaustible and non-sustainable power source assets still it endures absence of age, Transmission and appropriation of power because of its poor arrangements and week arranging technique. This paper features some of these holes and endeavors to investigate the issue. Sakshi Dinesh Jawade | Dinesh V. Rojatkar"Power Distribution - A Challange" 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/ijtsrd4657.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/4657/power-distribution---a-challange/sakshi-dinesh-jawade
SURROGATE MOTHERHOOD: A RAY OF HOPE published in

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

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

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Mrs. Ashvini Joshi Campuses across the country have become a fertile ground for fiction. After the turn of the IITs and the IIMs, the trend is now catching up in JNU. The young alumni of various colleges around the country are in the race to write the greatest Indian campus novel. These novels are a huge success among the alumni fraternity, college goers and those who wish to set foot in those campuses. They give a sense of dj vu and are selling like hot cakes. Most college novels have simple narratives and are spun around study pressures, social integration and a romantic twist. They have a comic undertone and deal with issues that college goers have often faced. They make the reader relive his own experiences in a delightful way. At times events are exaggerated and not entirely factual. But it makes for a lighthearted read at the end of a tiring day, which is what most of us look for. In the next few months, novels revolving around the IIM, IIT, DU and the Law Campuses are expected to hit the market.
Intermolecular Interaction through Ultrasonic Studies published in

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V. Hariharakrishnan, R. Ramasamy, S. Sekar Molecular Interaction studies in liquids provide vivid information about the structural details of the molecules in solution phenomena. The Cohesive Energy of the Inter& Intra molecular interaction is the best revealed through ultrasonic studies. In the current paper by passing ultrasonic waves through aqueous solution of Digitaline the Acoustical and related Thermodynamical parameters are estimated. The study is carried out at different temperatures in order to understand the effect of temperature with the association of molecular phenomena of structure breaking or breaking.
DESIGN AND IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF MOUTH DISSOLVING FILM CONTAINING AMLODIPNE BESYLATE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ganesh.R.Kulkarni*, Dr.Moreshwar.P.Patil The main approach for the formulation of Mouth dissolving films (MDF) of Amlodipine besylate is to enhance the convenience and compliance of elderly and paediatric patients for better therapeutic efficacy. Mouth dissolving film of Amlodipine besylate was formulated by solvent casting method using HPMC E15 as film forming polymer. Propylene glycol was used as plasticizer along with Sodium starch glycolate, Mannitol as superdisintegrant and sweetening agent respectively. Purified water and methanol was taken as solvent. The prepared MDFs batches were evaluated for in vitro dissolution characteristics, in vitro disintegration time and their physicomechanical properties. The compatibility between amlodipine besylate and excipients was confirmed by IR study. All the prepared MDFs showed good mechanical properties like visual appearance, tensile strength, folding endurance, disintegration time, thickness of film, weight of film, and pH of film. Formulation F6 containing 150 mg of HPMC E 15 and 0.2 ml of propylene glycol (PG) showed the highest cumulative % drug release of 94.22% at the end of 10 minutes along with other superior film characteristics.
SOME PROBLEMS OF TEACHING THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS OF ENGINEERING SPECIALTIES IN RUSSIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Maxim Ruslanovich Moskalenko This paper discusses the features of the teaching of history of science and technology for students engineering and technical specialties in Russia. Considered relevant and interesting questions for students: the main prevailing myths and misconceptions about various aspects the historical, scientific and technological development; specificity of scientific and technological forecasting; characteristics and patterns of development of scientific culture as an important factor of modernization. Studying these and other issues could expand the level of erudition and scientific horizon of future engineers and improve the quality of their training.
Changing Role of Women- A Lifestyle Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Nidhi Bhatia Historically, consumer and market researchers have viewed women in the roles of wife, mother, homemaker, and hostess, or single girl preparatory to these roles. Roles outside the family, such as career woman or professional worker, which may be called "social roles," were given little or no attention. The study emphasizes the importance of lifestyle and its influence on women buying behavior. The main purpose of the study is to examine the association between lifestyle and consumption pattern. Consumers often chose products, services and activities over others because they are associated with a certain lifestyle. Three groups of women students, working women and housewives are included in the study. Differences and similarities among the groups will be observed in selected lifestyle and demographic characteristics. The study focuses on some sociological aspects of changing role of women and formally incorporates them into consumer behavior measures.
IMPACT OF DIFFERENT ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNIQUES ON ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE OF THE OFFSET PRINTING INDUSTRY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Rajeev*1 & Mr. Dhirender2 Environment and printing seems totally different fields but no any technological field can remain in isolation from other field at present time. Printers need to take extra care about environment because it is not only regulatory requirement but also socialresponsibility and hence requirement of industry. To comply with environment regulation, printers need to understand what impact industry has on environment. There are various materials, like ink, paper, plate, solvents and photographic film, are being used in offset printing machine. By the use of 3R technique that is reduce, reuse and recycle any organization can save money as well as environment. In this research work some eco-friendly techniques are suggested which can reduce the impact on environment at its minimum level. The environment impact of offset printing was examined before and after adopting those techniques.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF THREE INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR THEIR ANTIULCER AND ANTI- OXIDANT ACTIVITIES IN ALBINO RAT published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Dr. Shweta Sao*1 , Saurabh Dubey2 India has a vast variety of medicinal plants. Medicinal plants synthesize variety of phytochemical that helps to defend against wide variety of bacterial, viral and various other types of infections. The synthesized also has anticancer and antioxidant properties. Use of plant as a source of medicine has been an ancient practice and is important component of health system in India. General public, academic and government interest in traditional medicine is growing rapidly due to increase side effects of adverse drug reactions and cost factor of modern system of medicine. The present study focuses on comparison of three Indian medicinal plants Jetropha curcas, Argemone maxicana and Nyctanthes arbor-tristis for their antiulcer and antioxidant activities. Key words: Anti-oxidant, Anti-cancer, Phytochemical
Enumeration And Systematic Survey of Plant Species of Family Asteraceae From Sabarmati River of Gujarat State , India. published in

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Bharat B. Maitreya The present research paper deals with enumeration and systematic survey of plant species of family Asteraceae which are observed in the area of Sabarmati river of Gujarat state ,India. Plant exploration was conducted to determine plant species of family Asteraceae .Taxonomic position of these plant species is described in various available Floras .Plant species of family Asteraceae from Sabarmati riverbed riverside area, have been listed systematically which counts 23 species of 21 genera ,These plant species grown mostly as wild, and known as weed plants.
Handheld Touch Screen Super Scope Device for Engineering Students published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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S.P. Gayathri1, M.Anitha2, G.Aadhithyan3 Assistant Professor, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu1. UG Student, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu2. UG Student, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu3. Practical Sessions are the backbone of qualification in engineering education. It leads to better understanding and allows mastering scientific concepts and theories. The lack of availability of practical sessions at many universities and institutions owing to the cost and the unavailability of skilled instructors, the most of the time caused decline in experimentation in engineering education over the last decades. Even though the revolution of remote laboratories and touchscreen based smartphone, most of engineering colleges in India continue the tradition of introducing the students to a decade old instruments. The objective is to design and develop a portable device called Super Scope which is ALLIN- ONE electronics laboratory equipment that has multiple functionalities needed by a modern day engineering students for their practical experiments in electronics laboratory that would replace the existing superfluity of instruments. The device is completely operated from touch screen using touch buttons and menus
LARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA WITH RENAL METASTASIS: A RARE CASE REPORT published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

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Rita Kumari, Sindhu Sharma, Priya Gupta Laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma tends to exhibit local spread with a low incidence of distal metastases. The majority of distant metastases are to the lungs and renal involvement is extremely rare. We present a rare case of metastatic renal tumour originating from Laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma. Fifty year old male diagnosed two years back as Laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma, underwent complete chemo radiation and was clinically free of disease for about two years, now presented with gross haematuria. Physical examination revealed left renal mass which was confirmed on CT scan as heterogeneously enhanced mass in upper part of kidney. Nephrectomy was done. On histopathological examination, well-differentiated squamous cell carcinoma of kidney was reported.
Comparison of Endomorphic Mesomorphic and Ectomorphic Components of College Level Long Distance Runners published in

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Dr. R. Arjunan The purpose of the study was to find out the somatotypes of college Long distance runners. The subjects for this study were selected from the Engineering College Long distance runners who participated in the Tamilnadu Inter-Engineering sports organized and conducted by Alagappa Chettiar Engineering College, Karaikudi. Fifteen Men College Long distance runners were selected who finished first eight positions in 5000M and 10000M run races. The study was a status study of Long distance runners with purposive sampling. The investigator utilized Heath-Carter measurement system to assess dependent variables endomorph, mesomorph and ectomorph. The obtained scores and the t-test on Long distance runners in endomorphic, mesomorphic and ectomorphic components indicated Long distance runners were predominantly mesomorphic in nature. The Long distance runners are predominantly muscular; the bones are large and covered with thick muscles and heavily muscled throughout.
Explicating Service Quality A Study of Commercial Banks in Indian Banking Sector published in

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Dr. Siddharatha Shankar Bhardwaj, Shikha Mehta PURPOSE : The banking sector continues to be one of the prime drivers of economic growth. With India experiencing a cycle of growth, the Rs 81 trillion (US$ 1.34trillion)-Indian Banking is industry is poised to grow exponentially as the sector reflects the health of an economy . Banking sector faced with cut throat competition, induced by globalization and advances in technologies, has brought customer satisfaction to the center of the focus. Service Quality is one of the inflections of customer satisfaction and is critical for survival in todays competitive environment. Service quality, in fact, is dependent upon the service performance and how far it is able to satisfy customers. The present study makes an endeavour to gauge the service quality in selected Banks of India by garnering the views of the customers pertaining to their expectations and actual perception about the services being rendered to them. This is an empirical research. Study revealed that there exists differences in the perception and expectations of the customers as far as their evaluation of banks on various dimensions of service quality are concerned.
DESIGN, FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF MOUTH DISSOLVING FILMS OF RIZATRIPTAN BY SOLVENT CASTING METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rahul K. Mahajan*, Harshal Sonje, Amit Birari, Ghanashyam Yadav, Avish Maru. Rizatriptan Benzoate, a serotonin 5-HT1 receptor agonist is a new generation antimigraine drug which has oral bioavailability of 47% due to hepatic first pass metabolism. The present study investigated the possibility of developing Rizatriptan benzoate fast dissolving sublingual films allowing fast, reproducible drug dissolution in the oral cavity, thus bypassing first pass metabolism to provide rapid onset of action of the drug. The fast dissolving films were prepared by solvent casting method. Hydroxylpropyl methylcellulose (HPMC K 15) and maltodextrin were used in combination as film forming polymer, due to their hydrophilic nature and palatable taste. To decrease the disintegration time of formulations sodium starch glycolate was used as disintegrating agent. Glycerol is used as a cooling agent and mannitol, aspartame is used as sweetening agent. All the films formulations (F1-F9) was evaluated for their thickness, weight variations, tensile strength, percentage elongation, folding endurance, surface pH, in-vitro disintegration, drug content, in-vitro drug release and ex-vivo permeation. Disintegration time showed by the formulations was found to be in range of 20-40 sec. Formulations F1 and F2 showed 90% drug release within 15 min. The film showed an excellent stability at least for 4 weeks when stored at 400 C and 75% in humidity.
REMOVAL OF Cr (VI) FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING GRANULAR ACTIVATED CHARCOAL PREPARED FROM CORDIA MACLEODII TREE BARK AND SURFACE MODIFIED GRANULAR ACTIVATED CHARCOAL: A COMPARATIVE STUDY VIA SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

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Dr. Rekha Mane, Dr. Charushila D. Shinde The arterial supply of the abdomen is unique for each individual. The conventional description and illustration of the arterial blood supply to the intestinal tract are too incomplete which may mislead the surgeons in the intestinal surgery. Surgical procedure for diseases of colon is one of the most common operative procedures performed by the surgeons. The blood supply to the intestinal tract is mainly from the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) & inferior mesenteric artery (IMA), branches from abdominal aorta. We studied the morphology of the Inferior mesenteric artery (IMA) & its branches in formalin preserved cadavers at the department of Anatomy ,MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India. .This study was conducted to enlighten our knowledge about colonic blood supply
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT OF C.M.I & H.I. IN SELECTED DRUGS OF KUSHTAGHNA DASHEMANI IN PARTHENIUM INDUCED ANIMAL MODEL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Darshan Babu N*1, Pampanna Gouda H2, Umapati C. Baragi3, Shrikanth P.H4, B. Ravishankar5 Background: Integumentary system which includes skin, the largest organ of the body, accounting for 16% to 20% of the total body weight. The structure of human skin is complete, consisting of a number of layers and tissue components with many important factors. Though it is a protective barrier between the body and external environment, it is easily exposed to infection. In environment we get a noxious weed called Parthenium which is known for its Allergic potentials like skin irritation. In classics, the description of tvak its layers & disease pertaining to each layer has been explained. Kushta (skin disorder) is a disease in which tvak (skin) is the vyakta sthana (place) & shotha (swelling) is exhibited as a general symptom. In classics it is explained that contact of poisonous herbs is a causative factor for agantuja (exogenous) shotha. So experimental study was carried out to evaluate the Kusthaghna property of kushtaghnadashemani in parthenium induced dermatitis. Aims & Objectives: 1) To study the effect of selected dravyas of Kushtaghna dashemani in parthenium induced dermatitis. 2) To assess Humoral and Cell mediate immunity. Materials & Methods: Wistar strain albino rats of either sex were selected, rats were randomly placed under 4 groups. Two control groups divided into parthenium control & cyclophosphamide control & other two are test group i.e. TED & 2 x TED dose of drugs were administered. Minimum of 6 rats were included in each group. Conclusion: The study showed that the parthenium extract with adjuvant elicits immunological oedema in pre-sensitized animals indicating CMI eliciting effect. Kushtaghna Dashemani drugs showed the better activity in CMI and immunosuppressant activity in humoral immunity.
Pencarian Data Tiket Maintenance Menggunakan Metode Brute Force published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Anis Mirza Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melakukan pencarian data maintenace secara cepat yang terkirim melalui email di storage komputer melalui bantuan metode pencarian query. Pencarian manual yang dilakukan selama ini menjadi issue lamanya penanganan pencarian data maintenance sehingga menghambat flow bussiness berikutnya. Penanganan yang berjalan selama ini adalah dengan menggunakan proses searcing tool konvensional dan memerlukan banyak penggunaan sumber daya yang ada baik aspek sumberdaya manusia dan waktu dalam menagani satu trouble shooting yang berdampak pula pada bengkaknya biaya operasional yang ada. Sehingga diperlukan suatu metode pencarian yang lebih layak. Metode pencarian query tersebut adalah metode yang menggunakan string matching yang dalam pengoperasiannya mampu memangkas waktu pencarian data hingga 50% lebih cepat daripada metoda semula sehingga penyelesaian tugas dapat tertangani dengan segera.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO EVALUATE TOLERABILITY AND EFFICACY OF TWO FIXE DOSE-COMBINATIONS OF AMLODIPINE/TELMISARTAN VERSUS AMLODIPINE/HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE IN STAGE II HYPERTENSION. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manan B. Dave M. Pharm, Indermeet S. Anand* B. Pharm, M.Sc. (Med), PDCR, Ph.D. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of FDC of Amlodipine (5mg) + Telmisartan (40mg) compared with FDC of Amlodipine (5mg) + Hydrochlorothiazide (12.5mg) in Indian patients with stage II hypertension. Patient between the age group 18 to 65 years with stage II hypertension were treated with oral FDC of A + T or FDC of A + HCTZ once a day before breakfast for 8 week. Primary efficacy end point was reduction in systolic BP/ diastolic BP and number of responders (SBP/DBP <130/<80 mmHg). Tolerability was accessed by comparing the incidence of adverse events. The Percentage reduction in SBP in A + T group was 23.1% as compared to 14.94 % in A + HCTZ group. Similarly the percentage reduction in DBP in A + T group was 14.68 % as compared to 8.3 % in A + HCTZ group. From the result obtained FDC of A + T seems to be significantly more effective in controlling blood pressure as compared to FDC of A + HCTZ. 12/60 patients in A + T group achieved target SBP <130 mmHg. The prevalence of adverse events was similar in both treatment groups. All AEs were mild to moderate in severity and did not require any rescue medication. Although the occurrence of peripheral edema was more in A + HCTZ group (30 %) as compared to A + T group (10 %). Both the treatment regimens were well tolerated.
ENHANCEMENT OF SOLUBILITY OF ACECLOFENAC BY RECRYSTALLIZATION METHOD USING POLAR SOLVENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*Gajanan V. Pulgamwar, 1Ram S. Pentewar, 2M. A. Saleem, 1R. V. Sugave, 1A.V. Moholkar and 1M. S. Digge Aceclofenac crystals were prepared by Recrystallization from selected solvents such as ethanol and methanol under different working conditions and using different additives like HPMC, PVP, PEG 4000 Sodium CMC, Chitosan, Gelatin, and Sodium Alginate. Obtained crystals were characterized by photomicrography, scanning electron microscopy, X-ray powder diffractometry, FT-IR spectrometry, differential scanning calorimetery, thermogravimetric analysis and Karl Fischer titration. The crystals were evaluated for melting point, LOD, particle size, solubility and dissolution. It was found that the newly developed crystals were different from each other with respect to physical properties, but they are chemically identical. The crystals obtained from ethanol produced prismatic and rod shaped and that obtained from methanol produced hexagonal and thin pole shaped crystals. But the crystals obtained with alcoholic (ethanolic / methanolic) solution of drug in the presence of produced smooth needle shaped crystals. X-ray diffraction spectra of pure drug and prepared crystals indicate that existence of four distinct crystal modifications of orthorhombic for pure drug, triclinic, monoclinic and hexagonal when modified with different solvents, methods and additives. Hence, both X-ray diffraction spectra and differential scanning calorimeter study of the newly developed crystals, clearly indicate that Aceclofenac exist in different crystal modifications. The solubility of newly developed crystals was about 1.5 to 1.9 times higher in distilled water than that of untreated Aceclofenac. The flow properties as angle of repose, cars compressibility index and Hausners ratio suggested that there was slight variation for obtained crystals due to change in crystal shape and particle size.
The Validity of Conventional Cerebellar Signs in Persons With Known Cerebellar Disorder published in

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Manish sharma, apoorva pauranik BACKGROUND: There is need for more of scientific studies on the validity of traditional neurological teaching of clinical sign. Many textbook mention several cerebellar signs, But what the evidence base for these mention statements? A thorough search in the literature did not found the incidence of these cerebellar signs in cerebellar disorder and there validity. OBJECTIVES: to assess sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value of each cerebellar sign in cerebellar disorder. METHODS: Residents in the department of medicine asked to examine healthy control or patients in a random order without giving them any information about the subject. RESULT; inability to do Tandem walking, Ataxic-gait , intention tremor , dysdiadochokinesi, dysarthria are having higher sensitivity while hypotonia and pendular knee jerk have lower sensitivity. CONCLUSION: Out of these 12 cerebellar signs, except Hypotonia and pendular knee jerk all were having statistically significant association.
FORMULATION AND IN - VITRO EVALUATION OF FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS OF GEFITINI published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
B Mohd. Mahboob , Shareef Amarah Khan , Mariya Khabita, Sayada Mahewish Ali , M. Suresh Babu Objective: The main objective of the Oral disintegrating tablets is to enhance absorption and bioavailability of the drug by Preparation of standard calibration curve for Gefitinib and by Preparation of rapidly disintegrating tablets of Gefitinib by using direct compression of the solid dispersion prepared. Method: Solid dispersions are prepared by using different carriers like Urea. Here, required weighed quantities of drug and Urea are weighed and are made to dissolve in 10 - 20 ml of Methanol .Then using magnetic stirrer with hot plate the solvent is evaporated and clear film of drug and carrier was obtained. Then the amount of drug equivalent to 25mg and carrier equivalent to 50 mg are weighed and to it the remaining ingredients are added .The tablets are prepared by Direct compression. Result: The results obtained in the in - vitro dr ug release were tabulated for F1 to F12 formulations. The formulations F1,F2,F3 showed release upto 79.78%,81.67%,92.45% respectively. The formulations F4,F5,F6 showed release of 98.28%,92.18%,90.28% while the formulations F7,F9 showed drug release of 94. 45%,94.45% while the formulations F10,F12 showed drug release of 86.52%,83.88%. The drug release was completely achieved in a short duration of time. Finally, % drug release of formulation v/s time (in min) was estimated. Conclusion: Among all the 12 formu lations F4, F7, F9 are the better formulations showed high in - vitro dissolution rate than the other formulations, of which F4 was expected formulation for rapid release. Key Words: Gefitinib, Rapidly disintegrating tablets, Direct compression, Solid dispersion
Existence/uniqueness of solutions to Heat equation in extended Colombeau algebra published in

Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis

Published by University of Maragheh
Mohsen Alimohammady, Fariba Fattahi This work concerns the study of existence and uniqueness to heat equation with fractional Laplacian differentiation in extended Colombeau algebra.
Progression in Diagnosis and Treatment of Resistant Hypertension published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Mingjun HE, Jianjun MU*, Fuqiang LIU, Keyu REN, Yang WANG and Tongshuai GUO Introduction: Resistant Hypertension (RH) is a major risk factor of numerous diseases. RH is a challenging clinical problem,many factors affect blood pressure (BP) control. Correct diagnosis and appropriate drug therapy are pretty important to get BP controlled. We aim to attract physicians’ attention to adopt correct measures to diagnose and treat RH. Method: Articles are obtained from the Internet, www.pubmed.com, Medline and several authors via e-mail. Result and Conclusion: 1.Using a systematic approach to find out the causes of RH and the distinctions between pseudo-resistance and true resistance areof importance for treatment. 2. Following the current treatment guidelines and using the standardized way to establish a flowchart to manage the patientsare the correct methods for BP control. 3. In the absence of novel antihypertensive drugs targeting new pathways, device-based therapies including RDN, carotid baroreflex activation and continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) have shown encouraging results.4. Further efforts on the pathophysiology of RH will help to establish better drug combinations or new ways on BP control.
Moral Ecological Nexus: Behavioural Strategies in Anjum Hasans NETI, NETI: NOT THIS, NOT THIS published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. M.Rosary Royar* NETI, NETI: NOT THIS, NOT THIS (2009) by Anjum Hasan presents India as a land of multilingual, multireligious, multiethnic and multicultural powers. Amit Chaudhuri comments the author has displayed an unexpected combination of shrewd noticing and poetic insight about how small-town imaginings and cosmopolitan sophistication flow in and out of each other. Shillong and Bangalore are juxtaposed against the unifying canopy of India. As a young student Sophie has understood
Epicure Sentiment Analysis published in

International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology (IJECRT)

Published by IJECRT
Aruna Flarence R; Anusha K This paper proposes a system for extract and summarize sentiments given by various customers on restaurant services. The reviews are collected manually and internet. The Summarization can help marketers evaluate the success and new find item launch, determine which food items are popular and identify the demographics like or dislikes. This system helps in improving the performance of restaurants with their respective cuisines through their websites. This system classifies the review data into positive, negative and neutral from the preclassified data set.
Women's Economic Empowerment in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Deeja. S Economic empowerment is the capacity of women and men to participate in, contribute to and benefit from growth processes in ways that recognize the value of their contributions, respect their dignity and make it possible to negotiate a fairer distribution of the benefits of growth. The economic empowerment of women is a prerequisite for sustainable development, pro-poor growth and the achievement of all the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Gender equality and empowered women are catalysts for multiplying development efforts. Investments in gender equality yield the highest returns of all development investments. Women usually invest a higher proportion of their earnings in their families and communities than men. Social, political and many other factors have a significant influence on womens ability to participate in the economy. To make a clear cut idea about the factors that lead to the economic empowerment in women, it is necessary to make detailed study. Dr. Deeja. S"Womens Economic Empowerment in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14382.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/social-science/14382/womens-economic-empowerment-in-india/dr-deeja-s
EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS OF PAVER BLOCKS FOR LOW VOLUME TRAFFIC WITH QUARRY FINES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Praveen Katiya *1 & R.K Agrawal2 Solid unreinforced pre-cast cement concrete paver blocks is a versatile, aesthetically attractive, functional, cost effective and requires little or no maintenance if correctly manufactured and laid. Paver blocks can be used for different traffic categories i.e. Non-traffic, Light-traffic, Medium-traffic, Heavy-traffic and Very heavy traffic. Concrete block paving is versatile, aesthetically attractive, functional, and cost effective and requires little or no maintenance if correctly manufactured and laid. Most concrete block paving constructed in South Africa has performed satisfactorily but there are two main areas of concern: occasional failure due to excessive surface wear, and variability in the strength of blocks. Paving block is a very common and popular method of hard landscaping that is suitable for various applications including: driveways, paths, patios, public utility areas, garage, forecourts and roads etc. IS 15658 : 2006 says that paver blocks can used in Low Volume Traffic Roads when it is casted by M 35 grade of concrete and 60 mm thick. In this project 60 mm thick and paver blocks of M 35 concrete grade is casted. quarry fines which is waste product of stone industry and generated as a waste during the process of cutting and crushing of stones are going to use as fine aggregate Fine aggregate is going to replace by quarry dust (which is retained on 4.75 mm IS sieve) upto 100% at an interval of 10% and test like compressive strength along with flexural strength is performed on paver blocks. Workability of the concrete is also checked.
Productivity and Characteristics of Journals Published in India with Special Reference to Humanities and Social Sciences: A Research Proposal published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nanjundaiah, Dinesh K. S. This paper is written based on the research proposal and it discusses the productivity and characteristics of journals published in India with special reference to Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). The study covers the HSS Journals published since 2001 - 2015. The most popular citation tool has been selected to carry out scientometric analysis. The study investigates the quality of Indian journals published in HSS field. This study enhances the visibility of HSS at the global level. Very importantly, it identifies the pattern of research publication growth during last fifteen years.
The Potential of Green Bonds in the Indian Economy published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
DARREN DIAS Bcom F&A Student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India ROSHAN SUDHEER Bcom F&A Student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India TANAY RAVICHANDRAN Bcom F&A Student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Abstract Green bonds, as a tool for raising longterm finance earmarked for ecologically sensitive infrastructure projects, have seen a sharp rise in their popularity in the recent years. Large multinationals, local municipal corporations and even large governments have taken to issuing green bonds in order to raise funds for their fight against climate change and to develop a more sustainable financial atmosphere. This research paper studies the impact and sustainability of the modern financial instruments known as Green Bonds, and seeks to draw conclusions on their possible effects on the Indian sustainable development initiative, by analyzing its price movements on a global scale. The paper primarily employs secondary data, owing to the research limitation that there is a lack of reliable sources for primary data in India currently. Our research employs the Monte Carlo simulation model and correlation on the set of green bond price data. Through our analysis, we are able to shed more insight on the viability of green bonds as a source of finance for Indian green projects, in order to meet its new Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030.
The effect of firing temperature on the electrical properties and the microstructure of ZnO varistors doped with CuO published in

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M. M. Saadeldin, M. M. Younis, M. M. Ahmed, M. Y. Helali Mixtures of ZnO doped with CuO were prepared by solid state reaction from the calcined oxides. Additives present in grain boundaries between ZnO grains.XRD showed that no binary compound was formed and there are increase in dislocation density with additives. The conductivity and the dielectric constant are highly dependent on the microstructure of conducting grains surrounded by this insulating oxide barrier. Dielectric constant and conductivity are decreases where mixes fired at 1200C. The amounts of additives affect the coefficient of non-linearity and breakdown voltage. Microstructure had been studied with SEM and AFM that revealed the presence of inter-granular phase. Increasing firing temperature increase the grain size of ZnO which doped with CuO.
FOREIGN TRADE OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS: CURRENT TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENT FACTORS 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�
Levkovich Anna The article looks into the development of the current foreign trade of the Republic of Belarus. The aim of the study is to define the current trends and factors of development of the country’s foreign trade. The main research methods are analysis and design, comparative economic analysis as well as economic and statistical methods. The results of foreign trade are analyzed in terms of visible and invisible trade. The analysis of foreign trade in goods is carried out in commodity groups according to the aim of their usage, in terms of the major groups of foreign economic activity classification of goods and their types. Geographic and country structure of exports and imports is assessed. The key trends of the development of foreign trade of the Republic of Belarus in 2014 are revealed. It is proved that exceedance of the pace of reduction in the import of goods over the decline in their export as well as surplus in trade in services have allowed to achieve more stable balance of the country’s foreign trade. It is defined that foreign trade of the country is still characterized by low degree of geographical and commodity diversification, ineffective allocation of export and import flows among countries and regions in terms of the major commodity groups, low pace of the dynamics of structural changes. The study reveals the decrease in the exports of a number of branches of manufacturing industry. The domineering factors of the formation of current trends of the country’s foreign trade development are defined. They are reduction of the overseas demand as a result of slowdown of the growth rate in the major trade partners, the decrease in the exchange rates of their national currencies, primarily the Russian rouble, as well as the increase in the real exchange rate of the Belarusian rouble. The conclusion is made that improvement of the effectiveness of foreign trade of the Republic of Belarus demands substantial transformation of export and import flows on the ground of structural adjustment. High degree of trade integration with Russia specifies synchronization of the rates of reduction of the national currency exchange rate, primarily with the currency of the Russian Federation and other key trade partners of the country. The obtained results can be applied in the context of development of foreign trade, exchange rate and structural policy of the Republic of Belarus.
SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND STUDIES OF NEWLY 2,2'-{BENZENE-1,3-DIYLBIS[NITRILO(E)METHYLYLIDENE]} DIPHENOL SCHIFF BASE AND ITS METAL COMPLEXES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Eman Turky Shamkhy1 and Isam Hussain T. Al-Karkhi2* A new ligand 2,2'-{benzene-1,3-diylbis[nitrilo(E)methylylidene]} diphenol (LD) was synthesized from the condensation reaction of ophenylendiamine with salicylaldehyde in [1:1] ratio in the presence of glacial acetic acid as catalyst. Coordination complexes of this Schiff base with copper (II), cobalt (II) as nitrate salts and with Rhodium (III) as chloride salt to produce three metal complexes, with a Schiff base: Metal ion ratio of 2:1. The new complexes have been characterized using a variety of physico-chemical and spectroscopic techniques. The new Schiff base and its organometallic complexes were expected to show an interesting bioactivity against microbes and cancer cell lines.
Penilaian Jasa Ekosistem Mangrove di Teluk Blanakan Kabupaten Subang published in

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Martini Dwi Indrayanti, Achmad Fahrudin, Isdradjad Setiobudiandi Mangrove is one of the natural resource that has an important role in maintaining the balance between land-based and aquatic ecosystems. Therefore the ecosystems are placed as one of the life-supporting ecosystems which is needed to be preserved. This study was held in Blanakan Bay with objectives were: 1) To describe the covered area of mangrove ecosystem; and 2) To calculate the value of mangrove ecosystem services. Mangrove covered area was obtained through satellite image analysis while ecosystem services was anlyzed by economic valuation method. Economic valuation for mangrove ecosystem services is an important variable in coastal management. The result showed that mangrove covered area was decreasing by 5? per year during the period of 2005?2012 while the value of the ecosystem services in the study area was Rp3.815.790.110,97/year. Keywords: Blanakan Bay, covered area, economic valuation, ecosystem services, mangrove
Search for Chemically Defined Culture Medium to Assist Initial Regeneration of Diseased Renal Parenchyma After Stem/Progenitor Cell Implantation published in

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Will W. Minuth Before an intended implantation stem/progenitor cells are usually kept in the beneficial atmosphere of a selected culture medium. However, after implantation the situation is drastically changing for them. Yet stem/progenitor cells must stand the harmful fluid environment within a diseased organ. In this coherence it is unknown, to which degree alterations in molecular composition of interstitial fluid can influence the initial regeneration of parenchyma. To obtain first insights in the sensitivity against changes in fluid composition, renal stem/progenitor cells were mounted within a polyester interstitium for perfusion culture. To model interstitial fluids different chemically defined culture media all including aldosterone were administered continuously for 13 days. Then morphological quality of generated tubules was registered by light and transmission electron microscopy. Culture of stem/progenitor cells in earlier approved Iscoves Modified Dulbeccos Medium served as internal standard. These experiments revealed generation of numerous tubules. In comparison, application of Williams E Medium, Basal Medium Eagle, McCoys 5A Modified Medium and Medium 199 produced only a lean quality of generated tubules, since contained cells exhibited numerous vacuoles. In contrast, administration of Leibovitzs L-15 Medium and CO2 Independent Medium showed unexpected promoting effects on development of tubules. In this series numerous and intact tubules without formation of an excess of vacuoles were detected. In consequence, Leibovitzs L-15 Medium and CO2 Independent Medium appear as challenging candidates to be tested in future for implantation in combination with stem/progenitor cells. Key Words: Kidney; Stem/Progenitor Cells; Artificial Interstitium; Perfusion Culture; Chemically Defined Culture Medium
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF MEDICINAL PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mahuya De Ghosh*, Ramakrishna, S, Ramakrishna T.M. There is a lot of thrust on utilization of bioactive chemicals produced within the plant systems. Four commonly used medicinal plants are selected, and phytochemicals extracted using methanol. The extracts are further used to estimate the antibacterial ability against three gram positive bacteria and two gram negative bacteria. The zone of inhibition of growth is seen in all the bacteria . The plant extracts have profound effect on both gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
Preliminary Studies on Mean Levels of Vehicular Emissions at Sections of Owerri Road Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Umunnakwe Johnbosco Emeka | Dr. Aharanwa Bibian Chimezie The study, investigated the vehicular emissions on the ambient air quality of sections of Owerri municipal road by measuring the mean concentrations of CO, NO2, SO2, VOCs, NH3 and suspended particulate matter (PM7, PM10 and TSP) arising mainly from the activities of motor vehicles in the month of October, 2017. The sampled stations were Wetheral road, Okigwe road and Control Roundabout, which constitute one of the heaviest traffic congestion hotspots in the city. The sampling was carried out both in the morning and afternoon on four sampling stations and a control point and standard methods were adopted for field investigations. The levels of gaseous emissions from vehicular activities were sampled using a gas measuring meter of models BW Multi gas Monitor, Aeroqual Environmental gas Monitor and Aerocet 531 particle mass monitor for (H2S, CO, NH3, CH4), (NO2, SO2, VOCS) and (Suspended particulate matter ranging from PM1 "“ PM10 and TSP) respectively. The result of the study showed that with the exception of NH3 (3.889ppm) and CO (7.944ppm) other air pollutants NO2 (0.108ppm), SO2 (0.146ppm), VOCs(0.556ppm), PM7 (0.088mgmm3), PM10 (0.140mgmm3) and TSP (0.216mgmm3) measured exceeded the concentration values stipulated by Federal Ministry of Environment (FMEnv.), WHO (World Health Organization) and the United State Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). This could result to adverse environmental and health implications among the inhabitants. Regular air quality monitoring for better healthy living among residents of the study area is recommended. Dr. Umunnakwe Johnbosco Emeka | Dr. Aharanwa Bibian Chimezie"Preliminary Studies on Mean Levels of Vehicular Emissions at Sections of Owerri Road Nigeria" 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/ijtsrd15745.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/enviormental-science/15745/preliminary-studies-on-mean-levels-of-vehicular-emissions-at-sections-of-owerri-road-nigeria/dr-umunnakwe-johnbosco-emeka
Severity of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease is Associated with Development of Metabolic Syndrome: Results of a 5-Year Cohort Study published in

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Shrawan Kumar Sahu1*, Prof. K.S. Dhiman2, Dr.D.B.Vaghela3, Dr Shweta.Mata4 Everyone in this globe wants to become successful in several walks of life. But one of the factors/ailments which bring out a halt in such type of journey has been recognized as an Allergic rhinitis(AR). It impairs patients quality of life and productivity very badly. Till date, there is no curative treatment for this annoying disorder in mainstream treatment system. Therefore, it is the need of hour to present an effective measure for the same. In Ayurveda, AR well correlates with Vataja Pratishyaya in view of etiology, clinical features and patients get considerable relief from the medicines prescribed on Vataja Pratishyaya line of treatment. To establish the correlation of Allergic Rhinitis to that of Vataja Pratishyaya in Ayurvedic perspective this literary research work is undertaken. The classical literature in Ayurveda as well as modern medicine on these clinical condition are studied at fundamental level, interpreted & analyzed logically and presented in this detail research article. Both the conditions are similar, the pathogenesis of Vataja Pratishyaya of allergic type is deferent from that of nonallergic type. The former pathogenesis is similar to traumatic type of insult/injury in nasal cavity.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF TASTE MASKING METHODS OF ONDANSETRON HCl published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

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Lukasz SZARPAK,Lukasz BOGDANSKI,Lukasz CZYZEWSKI,Piotr ZASKO,Andrzej KUROWSKI Study objective: To determine the effectiveness of chest compressions with the TrueCPRTM feedback device (Physio-Control, Redmond, WA, USA) compared with manual compressions in pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Methods:Following training, 173 EMS-paramedics performed either standard BLS or used a TrueCPRTM for 8 min in a random computer-generated sequence. The primary outcome measure was effective compressions, being defined as having the correct depth (40-50mm), complete decompression and correct hand position. Results. The use of the TrueCPR resulted in a significantly higher number of effective compressions compared with standard BLS (72.517.8% vs. 36.721.6%; p<0.001). Compared with standard BLS the TrueCPRTM more often performed correctly in terms of depth (42.5mm vs. 35.6mm; p<0.001) and compression rate (103.4min-1vs. 129.4min-1; p<0.001) and had fewer incorrect decompressions (3.1 vs. 9.5%; p<0.001). Hands-off time was shorter with the TrueCPR than standard BLS (48.5s. vs. 127.5s.; p<0.001). Conclusion:. We conclude that the TrueCPRTM can improve the effectiveness of pediatric chest compression. Further clinical studies are needed to test the TrueCPRTMdevices safety and efficacy in patients.
Analysis of Myoelectric Signals for below Elbow Amputation for the development of a Prosthetic Arm published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Meghamala Dutta In the last few decades, myoelectric based prosthetic limbs, which are controlled by sensing the signals for muscle movements which are electrical in nature, have become much more common than purely mechanical limbs or semi-automatic assisted contraptions. Based on the established concept that muscle activity is associated with change in voltage levels [order of micro-volts], sensors can be positioned appropriately to care placed between the simulated upper arm muscles and the virtual prosthetic arm. Small amounts of current generated due to this potential difference are amplified and filtered to get the desired output using simulated software. With the widespread use of Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing coupled with artificial intelligence [especially Genetic Algorithm], improvements in DSP and its implementation cost reducing over the years, our goal was primarily to analyze the myoelectric signals from the amputated and real elbow using a simulating software and predict the signal range which might be necessary for fitting of the prosthetic arm.
A Study of Student Enrollment of Foreign Students for Post Graduate and Doctoral Degree in Indian Universities, Institutes and Colleges published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Indu Mazumdar | Prof Sheetal Jalgaonkar This study is an effort to understand the admission of students from foreign nations for the post graduate and doctoral degree. A gender wise and course wise analysis is undertaken in order to compare the trends in admission 2011-2017. An effort has been taken to understand the various reasons for the increase or decrease in the number of foreign students for the courses. Dr. Indu Mazumdar | Prof Sheetal Jalgaonkar"A Study of Student Enrollment of Foreign Students for Post Graduate and Doctoral Degree in Indian Universities, Institutes and Colleges" 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/ijtsrd11505.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/11505/a-study-of-student-enrollment-of-foreign-students-for-post-graduate-and-doctoral-degree-in-indian-universities-institutes-and-colleges/dr-indu-mazumdar
IMPROVING EFFICIENCY AND ACCURACY IN STRING TRANSFORMATION ON LARGE DATA SETS published in

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Jeyalakshmi.S, Rathika.T This paper discusses the problems in information processing on data mining, information retrieval, and bioinformatics can be put forwarded to string transformation. The k most likely output strings are generated corresponding to the given input string for string transformation. It proposes a probabilistic approach such as log linear model-a training method and algorithm for generating top k candidates to string transformation. The log linear model is defined as a conditional probability distribution of an output string and a rule set for the transformation conditioned on an input string. The maximum likelihood parameter estimation is employed for learning method. The optimal top k candidates are generated using this string generation algorithm and commentz walter algorithm. Correction of spelling errors in queries as well as reformulation of queries in web search is made using our proposed method. Experimental results on large scale data show that the proposed approach is very accurate and efficient improving upon existing methods in terms of accuracy and efficiency in different settings.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FLEXIBILITY, AGILITY AND BODY MASS INDEX OF BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL PLAYERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shashi Kant* Objective of the study was to compare flexibility,agility and body mass index of basketball and football platers. 40 intercollegiate players were selected rendamly i.e. 20 basketball and 20 football players. Data was collected and analysised by applying mean median SD SDE and critical ratio. The study shown significant results
SE-AODV-Secured and Energy Efficient Routing in Mobile Ad-hoc Network published in

Engineering and Scientific International Journal

Published by Innovative Research Developers and Publishers (IRDP)
S.Sridhar#1, R.Baskaran*2 Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a standalone network capable of autonomous operation where nodes communicate with each other without the need of any existing infrastructure. Mobile ad hoc networks consist of nodes that cooperate to provide connectivity and are free to move and organize randomly. Every node is router or an end host, in general autonomous and should be capable of routing traffic as destination nodes sometimes might be out of range. Nodes are mobile since topology is very dynamic and they have limited energy and computing resources. These nodes are often vulnerable to failure thus making mobile ad hoc networks open to threats and attacks. Communication in MANET relies on mutual trust between the participating nodes but the features of MANET make this hard. Nodes sometimes fail to transmit and start dropping packets during the transmission. Such nodes are responsible for untrustworthy routing. Nodes should also be considered for sufficient energy levels to make transmission. A secured scheme can be used to track these untrustworthy nodes and isolate them from routing, thus provide trustworthiness. In this paper a secured and energy based AODV (SE-AODV) protocol is presented which implements a message digest algorithm for every transmission. Energy is introduced and nodes are considered for routing only if they have energy level higher than the threshold (Average energy value of nodes considered for routing). The SE-AODV increases PDR and decreases delay thereby enhancing the QoS metrics and trustworthiness in AODV based MANET routing. The work is implemented and simulated on NS-2. The simulation result shows the proposed SE-AODV provides more trustworthy routing compared with general AODV.
Effect of Cost of Governance on Economic Growth of Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ufoeze, Lawrence Olisaemeka | Okoro, Cyprian Okey | Prof. S. N. O. Ibenta The study investigated the effect of cost of governance on economic growth in democratic dispensation in Nigeria. The variables of cost of governance are broken into general administration, defense, internal security and national assembly and used as the explanatory variable while GDP served as the dependent variable and proxy for economic growth. The study covered the civil rule in Nigeria forth republic of 1999 to 2014. Diagnostics test and Ordinary Least Square regression was carried out. The results show that cost of general administration (8.67 GA), defence (169.99 DEF) and national assembly (496.50 NAS) have positive effect while internal security (-106.17 ISEC) has negative effect on GDP. The summary of the hypotheses indicated that (1) federal government cost of general administrations has no positive significant effect on economic growth in Nigeria; (2) federal government cost of defense has positive significant effect on economic growth in Nigeria; (3) ffederal government cost of internal security has negative significant effect on economic growth in Nigeria; and (4) federal government cost of national assembly has positive significant effect on economic growth in Nigeria. Among others, the study recommended that the money spent on internal security should to investigated and cost-benefit analyses should be carried out on the parastatals that receive the proceeds of internal security. Ufoeze, Lawrence Olisaemeka | Okoro, Cyprian Okey | Prof. S. N. O. Ibenta"Effect of Cost of Governance on Economic Growth of Nigeria" 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/ijtsrd8309.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/accounting-and-finance/8309/effect-of-cost-of-governance-on-economic-growth-of-nigeria/ufoeze-lawrence-olisaemeka
VERY HIGH HDL CHOLESTEROL LEVELS - BOON OR BANE published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
Sodani Sadhna, Hawaldar Ranjana A 50 year old patient cam to Sampurna Sodani Diagnostic Clinic, Indore for routine tests including CBC and Lipid profile. CBC was WNL while chol (211 mg/dl), Triglyceride (109 mg/dl) and HDL was unusually high (113 mg/dl). On further investigations and detailed history it was found that he was a farmer, was nonalcoholic, non-diabetic, normotensive, nonsmoker and had not received any medications for reducing his lipids . He had never undergone any blood tests previously. He complained of headache off and on for which a CT scan was performed and which revealed focal area of hypoattenuation in right anterior centrum semiovale, corona radiate and right lentiform nucleus suggestive of recent right MCA territory infarct. High density lipoprotein or HDL is often called the good cholesterol. It has long been accepted that the HDL is more tightly controlled by genetic factors than are the other lipoproteins (ie, LDL, VLDL, intermediate-density lipoprotein [IDL], and chylomicrons). For example, in certain families, especially some families with Japanese ancestry, a genetic deficiency of cholesteryl ester transfer protein (CETP) is associated with strikingly elevated HDL cholesterol levels. However, environmental factors also have a significant impact on HDL levels. Factors that elevate HDL concentrations include chronic alcoholism, treatment with oral estrogen replacement therapy, extensive aerobic exercise, and treatment with niacin, statins, or fibrates. On the other hand, smoking reduces levels of HDL cholesterol, while quitting smoking leads to a rise in the plasma HDL level. Very high levels of HDL cholesterol have been reported to be atherogenic. The mechanism of this paradoxical effect is not entirely clear. Conclusion: While the epidemiology indicates a strong inverse association between HDL-C and CVD risk, at both extremes of HDL-C distribution, genetic conditions that influence HDL metabolism have a far less predictable relationship to atherosclerosis. Ongoing studies of genetic causes of very high HDL-C also promise to provide similarly important insights on the complex relationship between HDL metabolism and atherosclerosis that could lead to new therapies for the treatment of atherosclerotic CVD.
Effects of nutrients and compaction levels on amino acids and protein content in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grain published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
INDRA RAJ SINGH* AND S.P. MAJUMDAR Afield experiment was conducted during the winter season on loamy sand soils of Rajasthan, India to study the effect of different levels of nitrogen, potassium and compaction on total amino acids (TAA), proline, lysine, methionine and total protein (TP) concentration in wheat grain. The experiment was laid out in Split Plot Design with three levels of nitrogen (40, 80 and 120 kg N ha-1), three of potassium (20, 40 and 60 kg K2O ha-1) and four levels of compaction (0, 4, 8 and 12 passing of 500 kg manually driven iron roller). The results showed significant increases in total grain amino acid, lysine, methionine, and total protein concentration with increase in compaction levels, while proline content decreased. Increasing levels of nitrogen and potassium significantly increased in total amino acids, proline, lysine, methionine, and total protein content in wheat grain and improved the nutritional quality by increasing the protein and amino acids content.
KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AMONG THE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE DIVISION OF LEYTE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jose Niňo A. Ramos*, Elvira S. Pecajas This study aimed to assess the knowledge, attitudes and practices of solid waste management of secondary schools in the division of Leyte. It utilized a descriptive-correlational study. Majority of the respondents were in the age range 21 years old and below, more than half were females and single and greater bulk of the respondents were secondary level. In terms of knowledge in solid waste management, majority of the respondents stored their waste in the containers with covers, in waste processing point out that waste minimization got the highest rank. Open burning is the most common method in use for disposing waste in terms of waste paper/cartoon materials. The respondents’ attitude in solid waste management mostly “Agree” which means that they have positive attitudes and they are willing to follow the rules and policy in school. Meanwhile, the solid waste management practices are moderately and fairly practiced by the respondents which need more supervision by the school administrators. The educational attainment was significantly related to the waste storage and disposal of the knowledge in solid waste management.
Financial Intermediation : Analysis and Perspectives published in

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Maria Pompo The paper analyzes the role of financial intermediaries , focusing especially the implications for monetary policy . And it also tried to consider , however briefly , the pattern of international regulation for more resilient banks and banking systems , namely , Basel 3 .
Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices among People of RUHANGO District towards Medicinal Plants published in

American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (AJHSSR)

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Hosee NIYOMPANO, Amon NIYONAGIZE and Dr. Enock NIYONDAMYA This research was directed to the knowledge, attitudes and practices among people of Ruhango District towards medicinal plants. The main objective of our research was to determine the level of knowledge, attitudes and practices of people of Ruhango District towards medicinal plants. The research was designed to give answers to the following research questions: Do people of Ruhango District have enough knowledge about the use of medicinal plants? How do Traditional healers practice dosage? Do Traditional healers have knowledge about hygiene appropriate to the usage? And what are attitudes of Traditional healers towards medicinal plants usage? The objectives pursued while conducting this research were as follows: To verify if the Traditional healers have enough knowledge about use of traditional medicines; to evaluate Traditional healers’ practice about dosage; to determine the level of knowledge about hygiene appropriate to the usage and to evaluate attitudes of Traditional healers towards medicinal plants usage. The following hypotheses were framed to guide the research: People of Ruhango District do not have enough knowledge about the use of medicinal plants; Traditional healers do not practice dosage correctly; Traditional healers do not have knowledge about hygiene appropriate to the usage. Based on the results obtained from this study, the people of Ruhango District have knowledge about the use of medicinal plants. Concerning the practice of correct dosage, the producers of traditional medicine know the quantity given to the children and to the adults but they do not know well how to measure the doses. About appropriate hygiene, the Traditional healers do not have knowledge about hygiene appropriate to the usage.
An Extended Analysis of Gall Stones: Nagpur, India published in

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Arpit Bansal, Murtaza Akhtar, Ashwani Kumar Bansal Introduction: The impaired metabolism of cholesterol, bile acids & bilirubin, characterized by gallstone formation. The prevalence of cholelithasis varies and has been reported as 2% to 29% in different region of India and increased in the recent years. It is essential to know chemical composition of gal stone for better understanding of etiophatology which include quantization of total cholesterol bilirubin, fatty acid, bile acid, soluble proteins, oxalate and chloride, calcium, iron, phosphate (inorganic). The composition of these ingredients varied in different type of stone. Present study was oriented to find out the chemical composition of various stone received after cholycystectomy/and other clinical procedures. Objective: To study the chemical analysis of gallstones in relation to the type of diet. Material & Method: Department of Surgery at NPK Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Nagpur, from September 2010 to October 2012 on 50 patients fulfilling the inclusion criteria of the study. Biochemical analysis of gallstones was recorded. Results: Overall chemical composition of gallstones has not changed in spite of life style changes. Cholesterol stones had significantly higher concentration of total cholesterol, inorganic phosphorus, magnesium and phospholipids, Pigment stones had significantly higher concentration of bile acids and potassium while mixed stones had significantly higher concentration of bile acids, soluble proteins, calcium and magnesium.
Masculinization of Gymnocorymbus Ternetzi (Boulenger) Using Short Term Immersion of 17 ? -Methyl Testosterone published in

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B.Uma Immersion of fry of Gymnocorymbus ternetzi for short term in 17 ? - Methyl testosterone for masculinization has been tried in the present study. Control population had a highly skewed sex-ratio in favour of males (59%), possibly due to temperature induced / based natural sex reversal. Intersexes were also observed in the control stock. A single optimum dose of 400 g/l of 17?-Methyltestosterone (17?-MT) for 4 hours through immersion of 5 day old posthatchlings induced 100% masculinization, with survival of 22%. However, a strict dose -dependent mortality was not observed. Super.-optimal doses [600, 800 g/l for 4 hours ] of 17 ? -MT demonstrated paradoxical feminization. Intersexes were observed in the hormone exposed lots at both sub-optimal and super-optimal doses. Sexes were identified through gonadal squash.
Assessment of Customer Satisfaction towards Cellular Operators: An Empirical Study of Punjab Telecom Sector. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Gaurav Vats The study presents the findings of a primary study conducted to investigate the customer satisfaction towards cellular operators of the Punjab Telecom Circle. The Indian cellular industry has grown at an alarming rate due to low prices and entry of new operators. The Indian telecom industry is now focusing away from attracting new customers, towards retaining the existing profitable customers. A total of 150 respondents using the mobile phone services have been selected on the basis of convenience sampling. The study has been conducted to find the factors influencing customer satisfaction. Statistical analysis has been conducted through SPSS version 20. The findings of the study suggests that there is a significant relationship between customer satisfaction with different variables like network quality, price fairness, variety of value added services, customer care etc. The paper also presents the implications for cellular operators and other stakeholders.
Corporate Scandals and Forensic Accounting published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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PROF. DR. VANDANA K. MISHRA Recently, the corporate world has witnessed many ups and downs. The stock markets have crashed, and the corporate sector has been plagued by huge business scandals. Today forensic accounting is a highly talked about topic all over the world and is the fastest growing area of accounting. In most of these corporate scandals and failures, accounting fraud has been the main problem. Accounting fraud can come in a variety of ways. The way accounting is practiced or the interpretations that may give different prescriptions in similar situations are some dark areas that may open some scope for the corrupted accountants. The paper discusses various aspects of forensic accounting, the need and the role it can play in solving the annoyed problems of the corporate world. An important accounting technique that is being strongly advocated and much talked about Forensic Accounting
Construction of Pbib Designs Using Triplets and Quadruplets Generated From Polygons and Polyhedrons published in

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Davinder Kumar Garg, Syed Aadil Farooq In this paper, we have constructed partially balanced incomplete block (PBIB) designs with two and three associate classes by establishing a link between Polygons, Polyhedrons through Triplets/Quadruplets and PBIB designs. Constructions of some new PBIB designs along with their association schemes has also been discussed. Efficiencies of the newly constructed PBIB designs are computed for the purpose of comparisons. In the study it was found that some newly constructed designs are more efficient as compared to the existing designs. In this paper, two and three class association scheme of the newly constructed designs with parameters of first kind and of second kind are also given in detail.
Theoretical Issues and Methodological Implications in Researching Visual Search Behaviours: A Preliminary Study Comparing the Cognitive and Ecologic Paradigms published in

Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine

Published by Montenegrin Sports Academy
Jos Afonso1 1University of Porto, Faculty of Sports, Centre of Research, Education, Innovation and Intervention in Sport, Porto, Portugal A number of research papers have been devoted to understanding the mechanisms underpinning successful decision-making in sports, and analysis of eye movements has deserved special attention in this concern. A thorough reading of existing literature denotes that research on ocular fixations requires at least 100 milliseconds within the same location. For average eye-tracking systems, this means using at least three frames for each fixation. However, ecological psychology has claimed that as low as 16.67 milliseconds might suffice to capture relevant information, implying using merely one frame to consider that a fixation has been made. The goal of this experiment was to directly compare two systems (one frame-one fixation versus three frames-one fixation) for coding information concerning eye movements in a representative volleyball task in an in situ condition. Specifically, it was intended to analyse emerging differences and their meaning. Results exhibited statistically significant differences with regard to search rate (number of fixations, number of fixation locations, and mean fixation duration). Analysing fixation locations it was apparent that the ecological paradigm for considering visual fixations afforded supplementary information. Furthermore, the additional emerging cues appeared to be meaningful, and the level of noise introduced was very low. It is suggested that future research in eye movements considers using the one frame-one fixation approach, instead of the traditional three frames-one fixation set.
COMPARISON OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE AND CLONIDINE INFUSION ON HAEMODYNAMIC STABILITY OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY- A DOUBLE BLIND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Ram Babu Sharma, Dr Nitin Johar, Dr Abhishek Choudhary, Dr Meenaxi Sharma, Dr Anumeha Jain -
Reliability constrained optimization of SAHPS using markov based GA and PSO published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Manohar Potli, Chandra Sekhar B, Balachandra J C, Babu Yadav Y and Sekhar V Renewable energy resources like wind, solar, biomass, tidal, hydropower and geothermal constitute a type of power generation and received much attention as alternatives for conventional power generation. Renewable Energy Resources (RER) will help to mitigate the emission of greenhouse gases. In this paper, a study on reliability constrained optimization of Small Autonomous Hybrid Power System (SAHPS) is carried out. It consists of the 10 kW wind unit, 5 kW solar unit, 5 kW pico-hydro unit and 20 kW diesel unit. Hourly speed of wind, solar radiation and water discharge and load profile is obtained using data synthesizer. The objective function with cost and the number of units and reliability constraint is formulated. Cost minimization and optimal sizing of SAHPS is performed using Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO). Later markov models for the wind, solar, pico-hydro and load profile with transitions among all states are developed. Markov models are integrated with GA and PSO techniques to minimize the total cost and get the best combination of generation units. All the above analysis is carried out in the MATLABTM software environment. Results for chronological method and markov method will be presented and analyzed.
Case Comment- State Bank of India v. Indexport Registered and ORS on 30 April, 1992 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Bhanupriya Singh Markam The present case overrules the decision of Union Bank of India vs. Manku Narayana , while discussing Section 128 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 where the liability of the surety is co-extensive with the principle debtor and the order of the judgement of the Manku Narayan' case and the overruling of that order with the present case State Bank Of India V. Indexport Registered and Ors. In which the court of law held that the decree holder can proceed against the surety even if he has not exhausted the remedy against the principle debtor or The creditor is not bound to exhaust his remedy against the principal before suing the surety, and a suit may be maintained against the surety though the principal has not been sued. With the use of Order 34 Rule 4 of Code of Civil Procedure, Order 34 Rule 5 of Code of Civil Procedure, Order 21 Rule 30 of Code of Civil Procedure, Indian Contract Act 1872 Section 128; Specific Relief Act 1963, Transfer of Property Act,1882 -Section 68. Bhanupriya Singh Markam"Case Comment- State Bank of India v. Indexport Registered and ORS on 30 April, 1992" 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/ijtsrd17078.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17078/case-comment--state-bank-of-india-v-indexport-registered-and-ors-on-30-april-1992/bhanupriya-singh-markam
FORMULATION, EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF ORODISPERSIBLE TABLET OF METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIDE published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rahil G. Bhura*, Nilesh Patel, Mehul B. Vyas, Dr. Samir K. Shah Rahil G. Bhura*, Nilesh Patel, Mehul B. Vyas, Dr. Samir K. ShahAim of present work was to provide quick onset of action due to rapid dissolution and disintegration of tablet and to prepare and evaluate orodispersible tablet of Metformin Hydrochloride by direct compression method. In current research, orodispersible tablet was prepared by using different super disintigrants like crosspovidone (CRP), sodium starch glycolate (SSG) and cross carmallose sodium (CCS). The formulations were prepared by using direct compression method. Nine batches were prepared as per 32 factorial design, to investigate the combined effect of independent effect of variables (X1= amount of cross carmallose sodium and X2= amount of crosspovidone) on dependent variables (disintegration time and % drug release release in 10 min). The prepared fast dissolving tablets were evaluated for various physicochemical parameters, such as weight variation, hardness, thickness, friability, disintegration time, wetting time, % drug content and % in vitro drug release to optimize the formula. In preliminary trials two super disintegrants cross carmellose sodium and cross povidone were found more effective as compared to sodium starch glycolate. 32factorial design results showed that amount of cross carmellose sodium and amount cross povidone had significant effect on disintegration time and % drug release. Out of all nine batches batch F5 (cross povidone 30 mg and cross carmellose sodium 30 mg) was selected as optimized batch with lower disintegration time (10.15 sec) and % drug release (93.28%). So from this work it was concluded that orodispersible tablets of metformin hydrochloride were prepared successfully.
Thermo Acoustic Comparison of Borassus Flabellifire Bf and Adansonia Digitata and Liquid published in

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Phadke S. , Ujle S. K. , Shrivastava B. D. , Mishra A. , Dagaonkar N. The change in the wavelength of ultrasonic waves in different medium is due to the elastic properties and the induced particles vibrations in the medium. The study of propagation of ultrasonic wave in liquid systems and solids is now rather well established. Ultrasonic waves are an effective means for examining and analysing certain physical properties of the materials. In the present study, we have measured density, ultrasonic velocity of 'BorassusFlabellifier' BF and AdansoniadigitataAnD binary liquid mixture with double distil water at different concentration at room temperature.Natural sample 'BorassusFlabellifier' BF fruit pulp and AdansoniadigitataAnD powder was collected from Dhar, District of MP, India for this study. From these experimental data, thermodynamic and acoustic parameters of 'BorassusFlabellifier' BF fruit pulp and AdansoniadigitataAnD powder binary liquid mixture with distil water of different concentration at room temperature were calculated and the results have been compared on the basis of molecular interaction occurring in the solution. For the measurement of ultrasonic velocity, we used Multifrequency Ultrasonic interferometer Model M-81 S because ultrasonic is popular non destructive technique. Density was measured by density bottle. Authors calculated compressibility and impedance of binary liquid by the measured values of density and ultrasonic velocity
Management of Medically Compromised Patient in Periodontal Practice: An Overview (Part 1) published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Monali Shah, Deepak Dave, Rahul Dave, Ashit Bharwani, Amit Shah. Background: Periodontal management of the medically compromised patients require acquisition of complete health history as well as dental history of the patient. This should include documentation via questionnaire as well as a verbal history. Preferably an oral history should also be obtained as a review of systems. The dental history should also include questions related to current oral conditions such as periodontal disease or oral ulceration and past dental treatment and potential complications from prior intervention including treatment failure and the delivery of anesthesia or post-treatment medication. The first step in managing the patients with medical problems is acquiring thorough health history of the patients. The second step for the periodontist is to fully understand the significance of the diseases that may have affected the patient. Each identified condition can affect periodontal treatment in a unique manner. The periodontist needs to understand the potential complications that can occur as a consequence of the treatment of a medically compromised patient. Also deciding pre-treatment or post-treatment medication or emergency care is required. This part of review focuses on a number of medical problems that the periodontist might encounter in daily practice that necessitate extra knowledge and care to prevent potential complications causing otherwise unnecessary morbidity and mortality of the patients. These include diabetes, multiple drug interactions and important cardiac diseases.
A Comparitive Study on Music and Traditional Method to Develop Vocabulary published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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S. V. Karthiga, Dr. P. Nagaraj This paper focuses on the traditional teaching tools and music. In order to find the learners view a study was conducted. A course was designed to find out the vocabulary level of the learners using music and traditional blackboard method. Initially students were only allowed to use paper, dictionaries where traditional blackboard method was followed. Secondly the same course to the same group of students was conducted using music; here the learners were allowed to use their mobile phones in order to find out the meaning of the words. At the end of both courses a test was conducted to find out which method has been more successful. Questionnaire was given to identify the learners interest. Music is one of the major contributing factors in the development of society especially in non-English speaking countries. The reason is that people show more interest in singing the English songs which inspired them a lot even without knowing its meaning at first. By this people get acquainted to music very easily. A key part of the teaching approach is the facilities used in method of teaching. Today teachers have lots of new technologies, electronic instructional and communicational technologies which can be used in teaching vocabulary. A learner can attain language proficiency easily if the vocabulary level is high.
The Value of Non Thyroidal Illness Syndrome as A Prognostic Marker in Elderly Egyptian Patients Admitted to The Intensive Care Unit published in

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Prof. Dr. Motassem Salah Amer, Dr. Tamer Mohammed Farid, Menna-t-Allah Abdel GhanyShawkat Mohammed, Prof. Dr. Randa Abdel WahabRedaMabrouk Aim: determination of the prognostic value of the presence of nonthyroidal illness in critically ill elderly Methods: This was an observational cross-sectional study. One hundred elderly patients were included from the Geriatric Intensive Care Unit in Ain Shams University Hospital. Each patient underwent clinical assessment of severity of illness using APACHE II score, and measurement of thyroid stimulating hormone, free T3, free T4and high sensitivity C reactive protein. Results: Results revealed that there was a high prevalence of nonthyroidal illness syndrome among critically ill elderly (72%) and were higher among female patients (60%). The prognosis of patients with NTIS was worse than patients with normal thyroid function although this was not statistically significant. The alteration in thyroid function tests increased and the hs-CRP increased which suggested that NTIS was a sign of severity of the critical illness. Also the addition of FT3 values to the APACHE II score increased its sensitivity in predicting the outcome in the critically ill elderly. Conclusion: Overall NTIS was inconclusive alone as an index of the prognosis in patients with NTIS in patients admitted to ICU, but the addition of thyroid hormones to the APACHE II score improved the sensitivity in prediction of mortality for ICU patients.
Penetration Testing: An Ethical Way of Hacking published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Parag Pravin Shimpi, Prof Mrs Sangeeta Nagpure Ethical Hacking is the most effective way to prevent the intrusion by patching the loopholes in the security of the system. Possible cyber-attacks can be avoided by using VAPT tools by identifying the vulnerabilities in the present security arrangements. This paper is based on a seminar that introduces the concept of Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking. A four-phase methodology containing the basics of Reconnaissance, Exploitation, Maintaining Access and Post Exploitation are presented and explained. The information presented also includes hands-on examples of for practicing in virtual environment. Information about network configuration as well as set up and usage of Kali Linux is described. Thus a basic virtual penetration testing lab can be created and used, so that it will allow practicing in safe environment with the examples in the paper.
Market Timing Ability of Fund Managers in India: An Analysis published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Bilal Ahmad PANDOW The mutual fund industry in India consists of public sector, private sector and foreign funds. All the three sectors were studied to compare the selectivity and timing performance on the basis of sponsorship of funds. However, from these only active funds belongings to Growth, Income, Balanced and Tax-Saving Schemes were selected for the study. The period of study is five years from April 2007 to 31st March 2011. The rationale for selecting the study period of 5-years from 1st April 2007 to 31st March 2011 stems from two reasons. Firstly, during this period, the stock market experienced higher volatility, as such chosen to find-out whether the funds have succeeded in surpassing the market performance even under depressed market conditions. Secondly, the five years were long enough to capture different market phases and to draw meaningful conclusions. Regarding timing performance empirical results have indicated that the majority i.e. 85 percent of fund managers have shown superior timing performance. As such, it is evident that Indian fund managers during the reference period were more inclined towards timing performance and market timing was evidenced, suggesting that there is a trade –off between a fund managers stock selection and market timing performance. This is indicative of the evidence of activity specialization among fund managers, implying that no manager can excel in both the activities.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A ULTRA PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF HYDROCHLOROTHAIZIDE AND ALMODIPINE IN FORMULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
E.Sasikiran Goud*, Dr. V. Krishna Reddy, N. Suresh Babu Aim of the present work was to develop a simple, shorter and effective UPLC method with dual mode, 270 for hydrochlorothiazide and 237 for amlodipine and subsequent validation for the simultaneous determination. The effective on achieved on Zorbax RP-8, 50x4.6 mm, 3.5 column. The mobile phase is composition of buffer and acetonitrile in the ratio of 64: 34v/v . The buffer was prepared by dissolving the 2g of sodium perchlorate and 1mL of triethyl amine in 1000mL of water and adjusts pH 3.6 with orthophosperic acid. The flow rate of mobile phase was 1.2mL/min with injection volume 2L. The relative standard deviation for five injections was observed to 0.1 for hydrochlorothiazide and 0.1 for amlodipine. The observed result shows that the method was rapid, precise, accurate and simple. The method was validated as per ICH guidelines.
A Technological Literature Survey on STATCOM utilising Cascaded Multilevel Converter (H Bridge) published in

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RAKESHKUMAR B. SHAH, Prof. SANJAY R. VYAS Though extensive literature exists on the cascaded multilevel inverter, while now STATCOM are showing increasing popularity in recent years for industrial application. In the last 42 years conventional thyristerbased power electronics has been increasingly used for the compensation and control of electric power transmission systems. This technology, represented by line-commutated converters for HVDC transmission, and by thyrister-switched and controlled capacitors and reactors for reactive shunt and series compensation of ac transmission lines, has contributed significantly to the practical realization of todays highly efficient interconnected transmission networks. This Literature Survey is dedicated to a comprehensive study of static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) systems utilizing cascaded-multilevel inverters.
Hydro-Pneumatic Suspension with Intelligent Active Suspensioning System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

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Dr . R. Kavitha, Dr. R. Shanmugam Efficient management of the working capital is one of the pre-conditions for the success of any enterprise. Efficient management of the working capital implies the management of various components of working capital in such a way that an adequate amount of working capital is maintained for the smooth running and for the fulfillment of the twin objectives of liquidity and profitability of a firm. To assess the performance of large and small Indian pharmaceutical companies, the data have been collected for the period of 10 years from 2002-03 to 2011-12. Statistical measures average, standard deviation; ratio analysis, Motaals liquidity test, Kendalls coefficient of concordance and chi-square test have been used for the analysis. Results of the study concluded that there are no significant differences in the large and small firms as for as utilization of working capital and its various components in different periods.
Special Scheme of Hidden Data Procession for Several Applications in Wireless Sensor Networks published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Janarish Saju C, Sharon Nisha M In wireless sensor networks hidden data procession is the concept of collecting, summarizing and combining sensor nodes data in order to reduce the amount of data transmission in the networks. In previous studies we have found that homomorphic encryption algorithm have been applied to hide data during aggregation from sensor nodes. However the principle involved in this algorithm does not satisfy several applications in sensor environment, and second compromising in case of sensor node attack cannot be prevented and then finally the number of messages aggregated could not be detected and whether it may be a duplicate copy, therefore a special scheme ?Hidden Data Procession? has been introduced which is an extended form of CRT(Chinese Redundancy Theorem) algorithm such that the security schemes are applied using ?Key Distribution? technique, since it has three methodology to satisfy the above mentioned problem. Initially it was designed mainly for various application environment and second it prevents compromising node attack and finally a special method of counting capability is applied here, to prevent unauthorized data sensed, Here all the functions are implemented in the form of database as a service model and the queries are aggregated in the form of encrypted manner separately, which proves security in hidden data procession.
EXOGENOUS MELATONIN INHIBITS IMMUNE FUNCTION IN SHAWS JIRD (MERIONES SHAWI) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Hanan A. El-Bakry* The pineal hormone melatonin is reported to be a fundamental immunomodulator in a variety of species. Nevertheless, evidence supporting the immunoregulatory role of melatonin is conflicting, and information concerning its role in desert animals is scarce. The present study addressed the effects of exogenous melatonin administration on immune function in a wild-caught desert rodent species (Shaws jird; Meriones shawi). The serum levels of cytokines (TNF?, IL-1?, IL-6, IFN? and IL-4) and immunoglobulins (IgA and IgE) were measured by ELISA assay; the frequency of CD8+ cells (cytotoxic T-lymphocytes) or IgM+ (immunoglobulin M) cells was assessed by immunohistochemistry; the percentage of splenic lymphocyte populations in the white pulp was assessed by quantitative image analysis. In addition, the levels of TNF? and IL-4 mRNAs in the thymus and spleen were assessed by Semi-quantitative RT-PCR. Daily administration of melatonin (50 ?g/ml of drinking water for 8 weeks) decreased both humoral and cell-mediated immunity in Meriones shawi. It significantly decreased the secretion of Th1 cytokines (IFN? and TNF?) and the production of Th2 cytokines (IL4). It also lowered the serum levels of IL1? and IL6 which are secreted by activated macrophages, and decreased the serum levels of IgA and Ig E. Similarly, the cellularity of splenic white pulp and red pulp, and the frequency of CD8+ and IgM+ cells were markedly decreased. Melatonin also down-regulated the level of gene expression of TNF? and IL-4 in thymus. Male jirds did not differ from female jirds in any of these parameters. Altogether, these results demonstrate for the first time that exogenous melatonin has immunosuppressive effects in Meriones shawi.
A Study on Occupational Stress and Job Involvement among Professionals serving Adults and Children with Special Needs. published in

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Ms. AMALA DAISY A,Dr. A.TURIN MARTINA A person's status in the workplace can also affect levels of stress. Stress when overwhelming causes distress, which paralyses health as well as performance of work. The professionals are in specific need to manage their stress and its impact on their profession, and ultimately their health. Moreover the different types of occupational and stressors for professionals who serve for children with disabilities are problems of workload, work overload, work under-load, occupational frustration. The investigator has adopted the survey method of research to study the presence of stress and job involvement among the professionals in various schools, institutions and hospitals who served as the sample of the study. The variables selected for the study were age, gender and their monthly income. The collected data has been statistically analyzed and presented with interpretations. Stress management techniques are essential for them, to increase their level of performance at work and job involvement.
PRODUCTION OF BIOETHANOL FROM SEAWEED Gracilaria sp. THROUGH CELLULASE HYDROLYSIS published in

Jurnal Metamorfosa, Journal of Biological Sciences

Published by Master of Biology of Udayana University
Yuliana Anaawang Ni Luh Arpiwi Yenni Ciawi The main aim of this research was to determine the concentration of ethanol from seaweed Gracilaria sp. through separately and simultaneous fermentations. The Gracilaria sp. was hydrolyzed using cellulase (SQsyme CS) 6% w/v. Three concentration of hydrolyzate levels (25% v/v, 75% v/v and 90% v/v) were set up, combined with four concentration levels of urea (0% w/v; 1%w/v; 1.5% w/v; and 2% w/v). Test parameters measured such as pH of the medium, the number of yeast cells, total of residual sugar and ethanol content. The results showed that the optimum consentration of ethanol 1.05% v/v (separated fermentation) and 1.66% v/v (simultaneous fermentation) or 8.28 g/L and 13.18 g/L occurred at day 5 and this was achieved by a combination of 90% v/v seaweed hydrolyzate and 1% w/v urea (fermented separately) and seaweed substrate of 90% w/v and urea 2% w/v (fermentation simultaneously). Simultaneous fermentation produces ethanol content higher than fermentation separately.
IMAGE QUALITY ASSESSMENT BY USING AR PREDICTION ALGORITHM WITH INTERNAL GENERATIVE MECHANISM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
C. Naga Venkat Raam, K. Lakshmi Bhavani? The main aim of Objective image quality assessment (IQA) is to evaluate image quality consistently with human perception. We have different types of perceptual IQA metrics but they cannot accurately represents the degradations from different types of distortions, e.g., existing structural similarity metrics perform well on content dependent distortions and gives the better peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) but it is not well on content-independent distortions. In this paper, we integrate the merits of the existing IQA metrics with the guide of the recently revealed internal generative mechanism (IGM). The IGM indicates that the human visual system actively predicts sensory information and tries to avoid residual uncertainty for image perception and understanding. Motivated by the IGM theory, here we assume an autoregressive prediction algorithm to decompose an input scene into two portions, the predicted portion with the predicted visual content and the disorderly portion with the residual content. Distortions on the predicted portion causes to degrade the primary visual information, and structural similarity procedures are employed to measure its degradation; distortions on the disorderly portion mainly change the uncertain information and the PNSR is employed for it. Based on the noise energy deployment on the two portions, finally we mix the two evaluation results to acquire the overall quality score. Simulation results show better performance comparable with the state-of-the-art quality metrics.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY IN NIGERIA: POLITICS AND CHALLENGES OF THE 1999 CONSTITUTION published in

International Journal of Advanced Legal Studies and Governance

Published by International Centre for Integrated Development Research
Asaju, K. This paper undertook a historical overview of the development of the local government system in Nigeria, especially from 1950, when Nigeria became a federal unit (that is North, West and East). It was discovered that before 1976 when a unified local government system was adopted throughout the country, each of the federating unit, later state, operated the type of local government system that was unique to their political needs, but the advent of military regime with its centralised form of government affected this former arrangement. But, with the re-emergence of civilian regime in 1979, the former arrangement was adopted. Thus, the 1979, 1989 and 1999 Constitutions recognised the local government as a third tier of government, subject to the control of State governments. The abuse of these provisions in the Constitutions, especially by the State government, has brought to the fore-front the question of local government autonomy. Therefore, the only option is a review of the Constitution. Provisions should be put in place to check the loopholes that give room for such abuses by the State governments.
Critical Care Providers Practices for Prevention of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia published in

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Passang Chiki Sherpa, Jyothi Chakrabarty, Prima Jenevive Jyothi D Sbquo Souza Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is the common nosocomial infection in critically ill patients. Practice of certain interventions can reduce the risk of development of VAP in mechanically ventilated patients. The aim of the study was to assess the practices of critical care providers, to prevent VAP in mechanically ventilated patients of Intensive Care Units (ICUs). The study adopted event sampling, involved 100 observations of 10 preventive practices of VAP. Data were collected from five ICUs of the tertiary care hospital. VAP Preventive Practices were been observed using an observational checklist. The result showed that most of the VAP prevention practices were been followed by the critical care providers such as elevation of head end of bed, changing ventilator circuits for every patients and use of new suction tube for each suctioning and following asepsis during the procedure. The preventive practice of VAP was favorable. The study concluded that there is a need of evidence based practice protocol for prevention of VAP in the ICUs
THE ROLE OF REGIONAL RURAL BANKS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA published in

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Mrs. N. Santhi, Dr. T. R. Ganesan The RRBs were established with a view to developing the rural economy by providing, for the purpose of development of agriculture, trade, commerce, industry and other productive activities in the rural areas, credit and other facilities, particularly to small and marginal farmers, agricultural laborers, artisans and small entrepreneurs, and for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto . The institution of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) was created to meet the excess demand for institutional credit in the rural areas, particularly among the economically and socially marginalized sections. In order to provide access to low-cost banking facilities to the poor, the Narasimham Working Group (1975) proposed the establishment of a new set of banks, as institutions which "combine the local feel and the familiarity with rural problems which the cooperatives possess and the degree of business organization, ability to mobilize deposits, access to central money markets and modernized outlook which the commercial banks have". The multi-agency approach to rural credit was also to sub serve the needs of the input-intensive agricultural strategy (Green Revolution) which had initially focused on `betting on the strong but by the midseventies was ready to spread more widely through the Indian countryside. In addition, the potential and the need for diversification of economic activities in the rural areas had begun to be recognized, and this was a sector where the RRBs could play a meaningful role. In this paper we are going to discuss on the role of regional rural banks and their responsibilities towards rural development
FEATURES OF MINIMALIST MUSIC FUNCTIONING IN FILMS published in

Mediamusic

Published by Mediamusic, LLC
Mikheeva Julia The article examines the role of musical minimalism in aesthetic perception and theoretical interpretation of cinematographic works. The film music of Philip Glass, Michael Nyman, Alfred Schnittke, Arvo Prt, Alexei Aigui is analysed. Author specifies the analysis of the principles of musical minimalism in films in two basic phenomenons. The first one is a transcending of art space through the self-worth of a single sound (sound pattern). The second one is a change the meaning of film-time through the repetitive music technique.
Smart Bag with Theft Prevention and Real Time Tracking published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ankush Sutar | Tukaram Kocharekar | Piyush Mestry | Prathamesh Sawantdesai | Mrs. Suhasini S. Goilkar In our day to day life travelling has become one of the important aspects for human being. Generally for travelling purpose people uses normal luggage bags or suitcase but in todays world such types of bags are not safe from the security point of view and less hard work and comfort of having better journey. Nowadays field of electronic has designed with advanced electronic technology that can provide facilities like surveillance. All the electronic inventions are to reduce manual effort upon mechanical work and to create an interaction between human and machine. Human following bags are one of the finest technologies in electronics and by utilizing its advantages and applications in day to day life in this paper we have tried to mention all the study related to smart bag. Several techniques are introduced to follow bag behind the owner for the following features human detection done by ultrasonic sensors. In terms of privacy the bag can be activated by owners identity and also location can be tracked using GPS and GSM. In this bag within a small platform all the facilities are implemented together efficiently. Ankush Sutar | Tukaram Kocharekar | Piyush Mestry | Prathamesh Sawantdesai | Mrs. Suhasini S. Goilkar"Smart Bag with Theft Prevention and Real Time Tracking" 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/ijtsrd9571.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/9571/smart-bag-with-theft-prevention-and-real-time-tracking/ankush-sutar
Dielectric, thermal and rheological behaviour of graphene-PMMA nanocomposites published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manasi Singhi,M. Fahim A series of graphene filled polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) nanocomposites was prepared by in-situ polymeriA series of graphene filled polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) nanocomposites was prepared by in-situ polymeri
A Study on outcome of Nasal Septal Surgery published in

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Hamid Abdul Qaiyum, M. Naseeruddin Mujahid, M. Kareemullah Khan, Parveen N, M. Ishaq In the present study nasal septum surgery was performed on patients with deviated nasal septum in order to evaluate the effectiveness of this treatment in relief from severe symptoms of nasal obstruction. A total of 92 patients (Males 60; Females 32) with symptomatic nasal obstruction were selected for the study. 52 patients had inferior turbinate hypertrophy of which 28 underwent inferior turbinate reduction (ITR) along with septoplasty. In the remaining patients septoplasty alone was performed. Effectiveness of the nasal septal surgery was evaluated by comparing the pre and post operative mean symptom scores (0-4). Statistical analysis of mean symptom score between the means of pre and post treatment revealed a significant reduction (p<0.001) in mean symptoms score post treatment indicating a significant relief to patients from the symptoms of nasal obstruction.
Awareness Level of Electronic Media and Its Usage Level Among the Farmers in Perambalur District of Tamil Nadu published in

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Mrs. J. Nithya Jayaseeli Agriculture plays a vital role among the humans resides in the whole world. Lot of electronic media was introduced during the past decades to develop the agricultural system. But the literature shows some of issues present in the electronic media and it is to be improved for the betterment of the agricultural system. Hence this research work is carried out to identify the awareness level of electronic media among the Perambalur district farmers. Nearly 60 farmers were selected for the study by using simple random sampling method. Well prepared interview schedule was using to collect the information and it was pre- tested. Percentage analysis was used for the study. Most of the famers were well aware about the electronic media utilization the field of agriculture. Nearly 36 per cent of the sample farmers were using electronic media to get more information on price fluctuations and market related information.
Studies on effect of interval of basin watering in ber cv. Banarasi Karka through farmers acceptable approach published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. N. GHOSH, 1B. BERA AND 1S. ROY An investigation was made to find out the effect of interval of watering on control of fruit drop and to improve the yield in ber cv. Banarasi Karka cultivar of ber grown in laterite soil. There were six treatments which included as application of basin watering @ 60 litres/plant, applied at 15, 20, 25, 30 days (at two different dates )interval and no watering (control). Tree basin was mulched with grasses in all the treatments including control. The result of two years of investigation revealed that basin watering @ 60 liters /plant at 20 days interval started from 20th October and continued upto 5th January resulted in highest fruit retention (42%) which consequently resulted in highest fruit yield of 14.6 kg/plant as against 6.2 kg1/plant in control. Maximum in fruit weight, pulp percentage and ascorbic acid content in fruit were also significantly noted from plants, watered at 20 days interval.
CYBER TERRORISM ATTACK OF THE CONTEMPORARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGE: ISSUES, CONSEQUENCES AND PANACEA published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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

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Saloni Jain,Madhu Kaul The present study was undertaken to assess the microbial load of foods served at 19 Hostels of Panjab University, Chandigarh. These foods were tested for their bacterial count and E. coli was isolated from them and from possible sources of contamination. The total bacterial counts ranged between 2.2x102- 1.2x106 CFU/ gm/ml whereas the gram negative counts ranged between 2.0x101-8.0x103 CFU/gm/ml. E. coli was isolated in 83.33% of all the samples (food and sources of contamination) screened. It was observed that E. coli isolation from food samples was 91.57% whereas isolation from all sources of contamination was 80%. Antibiotic sensitivity of E. coli isolates from food and swab samples was maximum (80%) for Chloramphenicol. Salt aggregation test (SAT) for hydrophobicity revealed that 96% strains were hydrophobic. Using chi square test, a highly significant correlation was obtained between multi drug resistance and cell surface hydrophobicity. Hygiene and cleaning practices followed by food handlers at Hostels were also surveyed. It was observed that majority of food handlers washed hands before and after handling food (63.15%).
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International Journal of Technical Research & Science

Published by Institute of Technical and Scientific Research
Assess they Level of Facebook Addiction Among Adolescents published in

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Ms . Gnana Priya. S, Mrs. Sujithra. S, Mra, Dr. P Mangalagawari background : In the last decade, the use of social networking sites has grown exponentially. For example, statistics provide by Face book (2014) reveal that as of March 2014 there were 1.28 billion active users on the site per month, and at least 802 million of these users logged into Face book every day. Aim : the aim of the study was to assess the level of facebook addiction among adolescents at selected in school. Objectives; the objective of the study was to assess the level of facebook addiction among adolescents and to associate the level of facebook addiction among adolescents with selected demographic variables. Methodology: The design adopted for this study was descriptive design by using simple random sampling technique. A total of 30 samples to collected data by using demographic variables and structured questionnaire to assess level of facebook addiction among adolescents. The study was conducted at arignar anna higher secondary school both male and female were selected for the study. Result : out of 30 adolescents 27 (90%) of them had moderate 3 (10%) of them had sever and 0 (0%) had mild on facebook addiction.
NOVEL BIOPHARMACEUTICAL USE OF SILDENAFIL CITRATE IN TREATMENT OF UNEXPLAINED RECURRENT MISCARRIAGE: FIRST LONGITUDINAL CLINICAL STUDY OF 50 CASES FROM EGYPT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohamed El-Far 1*, Ikbal M. Abou Hashem2, Abd El-Gawad E Abd El-Gawad3, Nadia Bakry4 Present study was designed to fully investigate clinical as well as biopharmaceutical potential and mechanism of vaginally sildenafil citrate (SC) tablets on treatment of first trimester pregnant women with a history of unexplained recurrent spontaneous miscarriage (F-URSM), by altering blood antioxidants redox status as well as lipid peroxidation (MDA) and nitrosative stress (NO) biomarkers. Study was conducted on two groups of patients and a control group. The first patient group(F-URSM1) received SC (25 mg intravaginally, 4 times/day for 24 days, n= 20) and the second patient group (F-URSM2) received SC (25mg intravaginally, 3 times/day for 13 days, n= 20). The control group comprised of 10 matched first trimester normal pregnant ladies (FTP). We evaluated effectiveness of this treatment on making changes on the balance between oxidant - antioxidant parameters as well as uterine indices to patient and control groups. SC treatment with different doses significantly increased antioxidants under investigation: [total antioxidant capacity (TAC), reduced glutathione (GSH), glutathione S- transferase (GST) , catalase (CAT), and superoxide dismutase (SOD)] than in untreated F-URSM patients (0day), while MDA and NO also uterine indices (PI, RI, S/D ratio) were significantly decreased after treatment. In conclusion, we report novel evidence that intravaginal SC can correct and reverse the imbalance between ROS and antioxidant defense by restoring and augmenting the capacity of antioxidant as well as modulating lipid peroxidation and nitrosative stress. It may act by inhibiting myometrial contractions and improvement of vasoconstriction through increasing blood flow causing relaxation of uterine arteries.
SEASON WISE DISEASE INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY PATTERN OF BENGAL GOATS UNDER VILLAGE CONDITIONS IN NADIA DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL published in

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Dr. Nirmal Kumar Tudu,Dr. Krishna Kishor Goswami The present study was conducted in Nadia district of West Bengal during January, 2010 to December, 2013 with the specific objective to study on season wise disease incidence and mortality pattern of the Bengal goats under village conditions in Nadia district of West Bengal. The overall disease incidence of pre-weaning kids during pre-weaning stage was found to be 46.15%. The overall mortality pattern of pre-weaning kids during preweaning stage was found to be 9.71%. The overall disease incidence of adult Bengal goats was found to be 10.43%. The overall mortality pattern of adult Bengal goats was found to be 3.03%. Season wise incidence of stillbirth of Bengal goats during summer, monsoon and winter were 12.87%, 10.11% and 6.49% respectively. Mortality due to various diseases in pre-weaning kids and adults could be minimized by identifying the cause and giving proper treatment.
Contract Labour in India: Issues and Challenges published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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

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Neethu G. P,Sruthi. S,Anzeer.F. M,Tresa Radhakrishnan Hydrobiological parameters of Vattakkayal of Kavanad, Kollam District, Kerala was carried out and the results are included in this paper. Survey was undertaken and five stations were fixed from where monthly samples for physiochemical parameters were collected during the period from November-2013 to July-2014. Vattakkayal is the life line of the people Maruthady and Sakthikulangara, it should be protected from further damage and destruction. The kayal is already facing with a lot of problems both ecologically and topographically it is high time that this water body should be rejuvenated and remedial measures should be taken to protect it for further havoc. Urgent steps should be taken in order to bring back this ecosystem from its present stage. In order to protect this precious water body from further deteriorations immediate attention should be give on the following aspects such as, by enforcing stringent rules and regulations, by preventing dumping of municipal solid and sewage wastes and industrial wastes into the lake, by preventing the light fishing and mass destruction of juveniles, fries and fingerlings by way of mesh size regulation, by recovering the encroached area and prevent further encroachment into the lake and also by creating an awareness among the public about the importance of Vattakkayal and its terrain from further degeneration, destruction, deterioration and death.
Extracting patterns from Global Terrorist Dataset (GTD) Using Co-Clustering approach published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Muhammad Adnan, Muhammad Rafi Global Terrorist Dataset (GTD) is a vast collection of terrorist activities reported around the globe. The terrorism database incorporates more than 27,000 terrorism incidents from 1968 to 2014. Every record has spatial data, a period stamp, and a few different fields (e.g. strategies, weapon sorts, targets and wounds). There were few earlier studies to find interesting patterns from this textual gamut of data. The author believes that GTD has numerous interesting patterns still hidden and the full potential of this resource is still to be divulged. In this Independent Study, the author tries to investigate the GTD through co-clustering method for pattern discovery. Author has extracted textual data from GTD as per motivation to cluster the data in space and time simultaneously, through co-clustering. Co-clustering has become an important and powerful tool for data mining. By using co-clustering, bilateral data can be analysed by describing the connections between two different entities. There are many applications in the real world that can extensively benefits from this approach of co-clustering, such as market basket analysis and recommendation system. In this study, the effectiveness of coclustering model will be described by performing experiment on database of global terrorist events.
SEPARATION AXIOMS BY *𝛼 -CLOSED SETS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
N. Balamani, A. Parvathi In this paper separation axioms of  *𝛼 -closed sets namely *𝛼Tc-space, *𝛼T𝛼-space, g𝛼T*𝛼 -space, 𝛼gT*𝛼 - space and gT*𝛼-space are introduced and their properties are analyzed.
Evaluation of Physicochemical Parameters of Godavari River From Kopargaon Tahasil, DistAhmednagar, India published in

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Shinde N. G. , Nagre S. S. Godavari River worshiped as holy Dakshin Ganga which origin in Nashik District at Trambekshwar and flows through most of the part of Maharashtra, as lifeline of the region and flourishes the floral and faunal diversity. Study of physicochemical parameter is the litmus paper test to know the health of aquatic water body. Water samples were collected from Kopargaon Tahasil during the period of one year from June 2013 to May 2014. Here with the study of physicochemical parameter we come to know the health of freshwater ecosystem at Kopargaon Tahasil, District Ahmednagar. Aim of the present investigation is to find out the pollution level of water due to increased anthropogenic activities in the region as the river water utilizes for drinking, irrigation, industrial and several domestic purpose.
Attitudes of Pupils of Secondary Schools Towards Science as School Subjects in the District of Burdwan, West Bengal published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sanat Kumar Ghosh This paper aimed to provide an understanding and to study the attitude towards Science as School subjects of the Secondary Schools. In this connection 100 boys and 100 girls student of Burdwan district were selected as sample to estimate their attitude. Data were analyzed by adopting appropriate methods. It was observed from the findings that (i) maximum students expressed their favourable attitude towards science as school subjects (ii) Major percentage of students having average degree of attitude towards science as school subjects (iii) The findings also indicate the positive relation between Socio-Economic status and attitude towards science as school subjects. (iv) Attitude towards science as school subjects was independent of sex variation of the students.
Wireless Acoustic Signal Monitoring Using MEMS sensor and ATmega on LabVIEW Platform? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Swathy L, Lizy Abraham? Acoustics and vibrations caused on machine structures can result in faulty or collapse of the whole mechanical system. These acoustics produced by machinery are vital indicators of machine health. Acoustic signals analysis can be used as a tool for locating the problem and thus taking necessary actions. MEMS sensors provide high accurate low size and low cost microphones which can be even used in low cost space applications such as sounding rockets, nano-satellites etc. This paper explains the algorithm to extract acoustic signals from ADMP401, which is a high quality, high performance, low power, analog output, bottom-ported omnidirectional MEMS microphone. The sensor output will give the error free data even in noisy conditions. ATmega microcontroller is used to read the data from the sensor and send to LabVIEW software running on the computer which will extract and display the data from the serial port in real time. As rotating structures are those machine parts which may experience high vibration and acoustic noises, the same is implemented in wireless also which helps in extracting acoustic signals from rotating as well as inaccessible parts of the machinery.
Dbats sur la roumanit musicale published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Luana STAN The musical romanity is a very exciting semiologic case. Is it a reality or just an empty musical label? In this study, we present three historical and cultural stages which constitute the musical romanity: between the wars (WWI WWII), during the communist period, and after the revolution of 1989. Firstly, in the 1920s, an important musicological movement marked the appearance of the periodical Muzica of Bucharest; the two main personalities of the Romanian music, musicologist Constantin Brailoiu and composer Georges Enesco, wrote a lot of essays to defend this romanity. Secondly, during the communist period (1944-1989), the emphasis on the new folklore was an official recommendation of the State to strengthen a national specificity of communist vision. Thirdly, after the collapse of the dictatorial regime, the romanity questions strongly reappeared, but, this time, they were accompanied by some negative nuances and identity frustration. To define a national romanity in the context of international opening (e.g. European Union) seems to be an anachronistic phenomenon, but it is finally the normal reaction of identity protection in front of the disappearance of specificities and the appearance of standardization.
High Gain & Efficient Planner Array Antenna for Satellite Applications published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Suhas Patel, Assist. Prof. Aniruddh Amin Globalization trend in Satellite Communication shows deep interest in Micro-strip antenna design. Development shows Micro-strip patch antenna design for the satellite communication for single band but least paper are available on double band in satellite communication, and making of array of patch antenna which is used for increasing in gain & improvement in various parameters like return loss, radiation pattern, VSWR, and gain. The proposed technique is used for designing a Micro-strip patch antenna and array of patch antenna at 4 GHz and after cutting the some part of patch, I get the second band at 6 GHz. Micro-strip patch antenna will be designed and fabricated at 4 GHz & 6 GHz. The stimulated results show significant improvement in the antenna parameters.
Private Location Based Query Using Third Party Identity Diffuser: a Review published in

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Megha K. Chavda,Dr. Vipul Vekariya Privacy Concerns in LBS exist on two fronts: location privacy and query Privacy. In this paper we investigate issues related to query privacy. In particular, we aim to prevent the LBS server from correlating the service attribute. An important privacy issue in Location Based Services (LBS) is to hide a users identity while still provide quality location based services. Recently, highly accurate positioning devices enable us to provide various types of location-based services. On the other hand, because position data obtained by such devices include deeply personal information, protection of location privacy is one of the most significant issues of location-based services. Therefore, we propose a technique to anonymize position data. In our proposed technique, the personal user of a location-based service generates several false position data (dummies) sent to the service provider with the true position data of the user. Because the service provider cannot distinguish the true position data, the users location privacy is protected. But from this method traffic will be increase. As a solution, a diffuser can be placed between mobile unit location based services. Diffuser will send dummy locations to LBS and true data exchange will only be happen between mobile unit and diffuser. The traffic between mobile unit and diffuser will be decrease.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF M.S ROLLER IN SHEET METAL ROLLING MACHINE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vaibhav Bankar*, Pramod Vishwakarma Metal forming can be defined as a process in which the desired size and shapes are obtained through plastic deformation of a material without any significance loss of material. Bending is a metal forming process in which straight length is transformed into a curved length. Roller forming is a continuous bending operation in which a long strip of metal is passed through consecutive sets of rollers, until the desired cross sectional profile is obtained. The roller bending process usually produces larger parts of cylindrical or conical cross sections in large quantity. Normal practice of the roller bending still heavily depends upon the experience and skill of the operator. In this project, the objective is to analyses the frictional wear on the end support of the roller and the lifting force on handle of the rolling machine which result in slip due to bending force.
In Vitro Callus Induction from Stem Explants of Cissus Quadrangularis L. (Hadjod) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
* Teware Kalpana 1. Singh Pratibha 2 and Mehta Rakesh 3 Stem explant of Cissus quadrangularis L., belongs to vitaceae family were cultured on MS media supplemented with 2,4D, NAA, IBA. Callus formation on the surface of stems on high and low concentrations of NAA alone and combined with BAP, stimulated the callus induction. However, concentrations of IBA used here, inhibited Shoot induction. Induced Callus is used for the study of secondary metabolite. Within 90 to 120 days of the culture it showed growth up to 90 %. Aim of this study is to enhance the phytochemical after applying tissue culture technique.
Lithium Ceramics for High Temperature CO2 Capture: A Review published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Lakshminarayana Bhatta K G, Seetharamu S and Sharon Olivera Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technology is considered as promising option in the portfolio of mitigation actions for stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration as fossil fuels continue to be the major source of energy in foreseeable future. Among the various options for CO2 capture, the adsorption technology has been widely investigated as a means of an alternative to absorption technology that is having many formidable problems. Recently there is a growing interest in solid sorbents; those can efficiently capture CO2in the temperature range of 200-700 °C. Applications of high temperature adsorbents are envisioned mainly in sorption enhanced reformation processes (SERP) and CO2 removal from hot flue gas/syngas. Lithium ceramics are important class of materials in this category. This paper aims at a review of lithium zirconates and lithium silicates as CO2adsorbents. The focus is on various aspects of sorbents such as sorption capacity, mechanism of adsorption, kinetic models, factors affecting the sorbent performance and methodologies developed for performance enhancement. However, CO2separating membranes made of lithium-based ceramics are not discussed
DETECTION OF HYBRID SCHISTOSOMA HAEMATOBIUM GROUP SPECIES IN CAMEROON BY PCR-RFLP OF THE SECOND INTERNAL TRANSCRIBED SPACER (ITS-2) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
LUOGBOU NZU Deguy Dor1,2,3, NETONGO MASUMBE Palmer1, BAYEMI Pougue Henri3, MBACHAM FON Wilfred1* and TCHUEM TCHUENTE Louis-Albert2* Background: Among the species of schistosomes infecting humans, Schistosoma haematobium is responsible for the largest number of infections in sub-Saharan Africa with an estimated 112 million people infected with this species. Schistosoma haematobium has been shown to be able to interbreed with its closely related sister species, resulting in hybridisation affecting the epidemiology of these parasites. Schistosoma haematobium, Schistosoma mansoni, Schistosoma guineensis and Schistosoma bovis have all been reported in Cameroon. In this study, S. haematobium samples from 8 villages in Cameroon were molecularly analysed to identify hybrid schistosomes. Methods; PCR-RFLP analyses of the second internal transcribed spacer (ITS-2) of ribosomal DNA (rDNA) were carried out on schistosomes worms which had been isolated from 8 villages; Bessoum, Ouro- Doukoudje,Djalingo-Kapsiki, Gounougou, Njombe, Penja, Loum and Mbafam.Results: An ITS-2 DNA fragment of 501 bp was amplified from all the isolates of S. haematobium group and analysed. The TaqI enzymatic digestion of the ITS-2 DNA fragment revealed 3 different band profiles: Profile A (typical of S. haematobium) which constituted of 2 bands (158 bp and 199 bp); Profile B (typical of S. bovis and S. guineensis) which constituted of 2 bands (199 bp and 230 bp); and Profile C (probably an intermediate form) which contained all 3 bands (158bp, 199bp and 230bp). One isolate from naturally infected snail (Bulinus globosus) collected from the rice field in Bessoum shown profile C. Tree worms from isolates collected from Mbafam and Djalingo-Kapsiki presented profile B, characteristic of probable hybrids. All other isolates presented with profile A, corresponding to the naturally occurring Schistosoma haematobium species.Conclusions: Our data provides an indication of hybrid S. haematobium group occurring in Cameroon and could serve as a reminder to inform control programs. Such findings highlight the constant need for the continued monitoring of the geographic spread and emergence of such hybrid forms.
DETERMINATION OF OPTIMAL LOCATION OF SVC CONTROLLER DEVICES IN ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM BY USING PSO METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vibha Kashyap*, Mr. Rahul Rahangdale, Mr. M. K. Pradhan This paper aims to identify the optimal location for the installation of SVC controller using Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) method to mitigate small signal oscillati ons in a multi machine power system reducing the power losses. The SVC is required to regulate bus voltages and control shunt capacitor banks located at the transmission system other nearby stations. This way proper capacitor switching strategy is establi shed to reduce daily and seasonal voltage fluctuations to within acceptable limits. However, performance of any FACTS devices mainly depends upon its parameters and suitable location in the transmission system .PSO method is an efficient and general soluti on to solve most non linear optimization problems with nonlinear inequality constraints. In power transmission oscillations require wide area system supervision and effective control scheme for that area. For this application we are providing time delays i n the wide area control loop which plays a significant role in the controller design. Based on this methodology, an innovative approach is presented considering this time delay, we can vary the power angle and making wide area damping control feasible. O nly with such a control scheme, UPFC controller or SSSC and STATCOM can be appli ed beneficially in the future .
FORMULATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINED RELEASE MATRIX TABLETS OF METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Javed A.Mirza, Dr. A.P.Pingle , Nanasaheb Kale, Mayur Gandhi, Sandesh More, Govind Dhongale Objective of the present study is to formulate and evaluate the matrix tablets of Metformin hydrochloride. Formulations were designed by using 3 2 Factorial designs and a total of nine formulations were prepared (F1-F9). Preformulation tests were performed for identification of drug and characterization of polymers . Blend of powders of respective formulations were evaluated for Bulk density, tapped density, Hausner s ratio, Carrs Compressibility index, Angle of repose. Tablets were prepared by direct compression method and evaluated for thickness, hardness, friability, weight variations and drug content. Dissolution studies were performed and percent cumulative release was found to be satisfactory with 93.14% and formulation was found to be stable at 40 0 C2 0 C and 75% RH.
THE ECONOMIC MECHANISM OF REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY OF RESOURCE POTENTIAL OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Maxim Gorshkov The author formed a common economic mechanism of reproductive efficiency of resource potential of the agricultural sector. It includes economic, legal, environmental and social practices of development and regulation of reproduction of resources at all levels - from the state to the individual enterprise with the development of the territories. The proposed mechanism can be detailed for the formation of the general concept of effective environmental management and targeted programs for national and regional development.
HYPOGLYCAEMIC ACTIVITY OF PSIDIUM GUAJAVA LINN. FLOWERS AGAINST ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETES IN MALE ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Priyadharshini.G and Anuradha R*. Over the past decade, herbal medicine have been accepted universally and they have an impact on both world health and international trade. Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder in the endocrine system. Plants provide a potential source of hypoglycemic drugs and are widely used in several traditional systems of medicine to prevent diabetes.Qualitative phytochemical analysis of aqueous extract of flower of psidium guajava was carried out with a view of developing leads for a new therapeutic products. The study was designed to investigate the hypoglycaemic effects of oral administration of aqueous extracts of psidium guajava flower in alloxan induced diabetic rats. After oral administration of the flower extract to diabetic rats, the blood glucose level significantly reduced, which is much faster and more than that of metformin. The aqueous extracts of flower of psidium guajava significantly reduced plasma glucose, creatinine, urea, AST, ALT, ACP, ALP, LPO, glucose-6- phosphatase and fructose1,6 bisphosphatase but increased level of serum insulin, protein, CAT, SOD, glycogen synthase and hexokinase. For all the above biochemical parameters observed and it was reverted toits normal level after flower extract treatment. The present investigation suggests that flowers of psidium guajava exhibit hypoglycaemic activity in alloxan induced diabetes in experimental rats.
For Underwater Channel Implementation of H.264 Based Real Time Video Compression published in

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Prof. Ravi S. Shrivas, Miss. Khushboo Arun Khabia Underwater acoustic channel have a greater challenge because of its low data rate constraint which makes its difficult for real time video compression algorithm using low complexity devices. In order to transmit a good quality video, in real time underwater embedded system, compression schemes with higher compression ratio and much less time complexity are required. For underwater acoustic channel, a H.264/AVC based real-time encoder implementation on an embedded system. The proposed system results from balanced selection of software and hardware modules for the encoder. This is achieved by proper selection of motion estimation and quantization in software part and hardware accelerator for motion estimation to achieve the requirements of the target applications. Performance of the proposed encoder is evaluated in Embest Devkit 8500D implemented using OpenCV for Video acquisition and MATLAB for video processing. The methodology is tested to give a compression ratio of 210:1 and PSNR of 41.37dB.
Trees for soil amelioration- A Review published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Uthappa A. R. , S. B. Chavan, A. K. Handa Today agriculture struggles to find a way between feeding the world and managing the threats such as soil erosion, compaction, acidification, diversity and so on. In order to emphasize importance of soils and create awareness on the foundation of food, clean water, nutrient cycling and feed, UN general assembly has declared 2015 as International year of soils. Under such context, sustaining soils health and productivity has become the utmost need of the hour and a major shift in cultivation practices should be focused more for maintaining and improving soil resources which is crucial to our wellbeing. Integration of trees in agroforestry (combination of trees, crops and pastures) with suitable selection of tree species such as Nitrogen fixing trees or multipurpose tree species will help in adding organic matter and improving fertility status of soil. Thus, more attention should be focussed on tree based farming for evergreen agriculture productivity and livelihood security.
Ecotoxicology-Study aspects published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Deepthimahanthi Divya Environmental contamination is not new but the efforts to do something about it are originated from the widespread concern caused by atmospheric testing. Ecotoxicology is concerned with the toxic effects of chemical and physical agents on living organisms, especially on populations and communities within defined ecosystems; it includes the transfer pathways of those agents and their interactions with the environment. Deepthimahanthi Divya"Ecotoxicology-Study aspects" 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/ijtsrd11057.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/ecology/11057/ecotoxicology-study-aspects/deepthimahanthi-divya
HELICOBACTER PYLORI INFECTION AMONG PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS published in

Basrah journal of surgery

Published by university of basrah college of medicine
Ali K Jumaa* & Sarkis K Strak@ *MB, ChB, Registrar, Dept. of Medicine. @MRCP, FRCPI, FRCP, Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Basrah, Basrah, IRAQ. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a gram-negative bacterium that specifically colonizes the gastric epithelium causing many complications. The link between H. pylori infection and diabetes mellitus (DM) remains controversial. This study was conducted to determine the frequency of H. pylori infection among a group of subjects with DM and to compare it with that of an age and sex-matched group of non-diabetic subjects. This case control study was conducted in Al-Sadr Teaching Hospital, Basrah, Southern Iraq from January 2013 to September 2014 on 200 subjects aged ? 40 years, 100 diabetic and 100 non-diabetic subjects. All subjects were required to submit fresh stool samples which were tested for evidence of H.pylori infection by stool antigen positivity. Helicobacter pylori infection was detected in 43% of diabetic group and 25% of controls, which was found to be statistically significant ( p value=0.007). In conclusion, the present study suggests that diabetic subjects are at more risk for H. pylori infection in comparison to non diabetic subjects. This association is found to be higher in those with long duration of DM and those with poor glycemic control.
Organization Theory and the Changing Nature of Science published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Jonathon N. Cummings, Sara Kiesler Dramatic changes in the practice of scientific research over the past half century, including trends towards working in teams and on large projects, as well as geographically distributed and interdisciplinary collaboration, have created opportunities and challenges for scientists. Some of the newer ways of doing science create opportunities and challenges for organization theory. We describe how applying organization theory to science can enhance our knowledge of research organizations and raise questions for theories of coordination, social identity, the knowledge-based view of the firm, social networks, organizational learning, and absorptive capacity. We argue that an organizational perspective on science is critical to understanding the sources of technological innovation, making national policy on R&D investment, and designing successful 21st-century research organizations.
Police reform, reform of the prosecutive authority in Russia the way to eurointegration published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

Published by Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Aleksandrov A.S. The concept of the Russian law enforcement systems reform developed by the Institute of law enforcement problems of the European University (St. Petersburg) and introduced to general public by A. Kudrin is discussed in the article. The author supports the main idea of the concept about turning federal criminal police into the main subject of criminal prosecution in cases of serious crimes, as well as the release of law enforcement bodies from non-core functions. Measures to reform the preliminary investigation process including the proposals of crime detection and investigative activities merger, deformalization of proving, elimination of bringing a criminal case stage, proposed by the authors of the concept are evaluated positively. The correctness of the conclusion about a prosecutor as a head of prosecutive authority in a legal state is confirmed. A prosecutor carries out the procedural leadership of the criminal police empowered by law to detect, solve and investigate crimes. The author of the article estimates and supports the proposal to simplify the management schemes in the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation. Unrealistic proposals for the division of the police into three levels as well as for abolishment of the bodies dealing with economic security and countering corruption are estimated negatively. Provisions of the document are criticized according to the needs to exercise the functions of detecting and solving economic crimes by the police. The comments on organizing the functioning of the educational organizations of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation are made.
Optimization and Characterization of Proteases Produced by Different Species of Aspergillus in Special Reference to pH: A Review published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Seema Tiwari1, Sunil Tiwari2, Rashmi Arnold3, Arti Saxena4, Sunil K. Pandey5 and Neeti Mishra6 pH is the most important factor, which markedly influences the enzyme activity. Enzymes are affected by changes in pH. Extremely high or low pH values generally result in complete loss of activity of enzymes. The pH optimum of the acidic protease enzyme was determined using buffer solutions of different pH using the following buffers at 0.5 M concentration: acetate (pH 4-6), phosphate (pH 7.5, 8.5) and Tris-HCl (pH 10). The present study was undertaken to describe the optimization and characterization of proteases produced by different species of Aspergillus in special reference to pH.
Medical Tourism in Gujarat: Undiscovered Opportunities published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sheetalba N Rana, Prof. Dr. Sanjay Bhayani Medical tourism is a new concept where two important service industries are dovetailing to attract people who seek healthcare services located beyond the geographical territory of their country. It provides state of the art private medical care in collaboration with the tourism industry to get patients from other countries at highly competitive price when compared to those prevalent in the western countries. Since Gujarat is an attractive tourist destination and also has some of the bestequipped hospitals and treatment centers, medical treatment combined with tourism is gaining momentum here in recent years. India emergence as the preferred Global healthcare destination particularly Gujarat is estimated to contribute 25-31% of the industry earnings of one hundred thousand crores. According to CII report, the cost of medical treatment in India is less than 1/3rd of that in many European and US hospitals. If handled skillfully, this sector has the potential for generating a lot of employment as well as foreign exchange revenue, which will help in the overall development of Gujarat state as well as country .
Corporate Governance: Major Issue published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sudhinder Singh Chowhan Corporate governance is a term that refers broadly to the rules, processes, or laws by which businesses are operated, regulated, and controlled. The term can refer to internal factors defined by the officers, stockholders or constitution of a corporation, as well as to external forces such as consumer groups, clients, and government regulations. The corporate governance system resembled the bank-based German model where these institutions could have played a big role in keeping their clients on the right track.
INFLUENCE OF EDUCATION ON QUALITY OF LIFE IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Siddartha Kaskurthy1*, Hema Latha Nalluri1, Dilli Ram Thanait1, Shashidhar2, Rabbani SI1 Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate quality of life (QoL) in Type 2 diabetic patients treated with insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents (OHA) and to estimate independent QoL by demographic characteristics, complications and co-morbidities. Materials and Methods: A prospective study was conducted and evaluation of the parameters for QoL was based on SF-36 questionnaire. Patients were divided into two groups based on route of administration of anti diabetic as Insulin and OHA group. Both the groups received diabetes education, instructions on lifestyle modifications, dietary regulations and follow up. The data was recorded, analyzed and compared to find the QoL in two groups of patients before and after diabetic education.
Antibacterial Activity by Pigmented Psychrotrophic Bacterial Isolates published in

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Kirti Kushwaha, Jyoti Saxena, Mukesh Kumar Agarwal Four pigment producing psychrotrophic bacteria were isolated from the water and soil samples collected from Leh and Ladakh which are situated at an altitude of 11,562 and 19,700 ft., respectively in Himalayas, India. Isolates were characterized as Sanguibacter antarcticus KK13 (yellow), Kocuria turfanensis KK7 and K. rosea KK12 (pinkish orange) and Planococcus maritimus KK21 (orange). Pigment extracts from all the isolates gave absorption spectra in 400-500 nm which validated the pigments as carotenoids. Pigment extracts from isolates were screened for antibacterial activity against Gram (+) Bacillus cereus (ATCC 14579), Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 25923) and Gram (-) Vibrio cholera (ATCC 39315) and Shigella dysenteriae ATCC 13313) pathogenic bacterial cultures obtained from ATCC. Pigment extract from any of the isolate did not inhibit the growth of S. dysenteriae, while growth of B. cereus was not inhibited by pigment extracts from S. antarcticus `and P. maritimus. Pigment extracts in concentration range of 40-80 g ml-1 successfully inhibited growth of selected pathogenic bacteria. The present study thus suggested that carotenoids from psychrotrophic isolates may be used as a new potential source of natural nutraceutical components.
Privacy Preserving Public Auditing & Recovery for Secure Cloud Storage published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
Priya Rupeja1, Prof. K.C. Waghmare2 M.E., Computer Engineering, P.I.C.T, Pune, India 1 Professor, Department of Computer Engineering, P.I.C.T, Pune, India Cloud computing becomes most popular in todays era due to its charming characteristics like on demand self-service, board access network, resource pooling, multi-tenancy etc. Though it offers many characteristics but also prone to certain security issues. So that it becomes an obstacle for cloud computing development. Users rely on cloud for its storages, services etc. As users store their data on cloud they lost their physical control on it. In order to know their storage status then user has to rely on cloud service provider (CSP) report. There are certain chances that CSP may behave unfaithfully. To avoid this third party auditor (TPA) is introduced which will audit users data on behalf of them and generate report which contain information about its data integrity. In this paper we elaborated the functionality of TPA from providing data integrity information to notification details of lost data and its recovery.
High power ultrasound: An innovation in the food processing industry published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
LATIKAYADAV,VIBHABHATNAGAR ANDV.D. MUDGAL Power ultrasound is an emerging and promising technology for food processing industry. Pressing demands from consumers for quality food products with natural flavor and taste, free from additives and preservatives, has triggered need for the development of non-thermal process methods which offer maximum quality and safety of food products. Ultrasound is considered as one such nonthermal processing alternative, which can be used in many food processing operations. It travels through a medium like any sound wave, resulting in a series of compression and rarefaction. Due to their important features at ambient or lower temperatures, the non-thermal technologies are regarded as potential and powerful tools in food processing. High energy ultrasound (20-500kHz) is referred to as High power ultrasound (HPU). The physical, mechanical or chemical effects of high power ultrasound are capable of altering material properties. These effects are promising in food processing, preservation and safety. It has been realized that HPU has much to offer to the food industry such as drying, extraction, crystallization, defoaming, emulsification, inactivation of microorganism and enzymes, filtration, separation, etc of valuable compounds from vegetables and food products. In this paper a review of the most recent uses of power ultrasound in the food industry will be discussed.
Synthesis and Characterization of Poly (Pyrrole-CoPyrazinamide) published in

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Poly(Pyrrole-co-pyrazinamide) was prepared by electrochemical and chemical oxidative polymerization. Using the electrochemical method, homo and copolymer thin films of pyrrole and pyrazinamide were synthesized under cyclic voltammetric conditions in acetonitrile on the surface of the working Glassy carbon electrode. The copolymer formation, their electrochemical behaviour and the structure were examined. The analogous copolymers were prepared via a chemical oxidative polymerization in 1M HCl in the presence of potassium persulfate as an oxidant. The structure of the copolymer was systematically studied by IR, and X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) and the surface morphology was studied using SEM analysis. D.Lakshmanan, G. Selvanathan
The Assessment of Effects of Migration and Remittances on Nigerian Economy published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ogwuru, H. O. R, | Uma, K. E, The study focuses on the examination of the influence of migration and remittances on Nigerian economy over the years. The authors reviewed and examined the positive and negative effects of migration in Nigeria. Expository approach involving tables were employed in the examination. The study confirmed the fact that there are positive and negative effects of migration in Nigeria but asserted that the negative effects outweigh the positive in view of the large proportion of Nigerian quality human capital outside Nigeria and also the large proportion of migrants in Nigeria who also remit a large proportion of their income to their home economies. It was also inferred from the study that if adequate working condition and environment exist and Nigerians migrants return, their contribution would have greater effect on the economy than mere remittances. On this basis the authors made the following recommendations among others:revamping both the rural and urban environment, restructuring social amenities; upgrading and maintenance of infrastructural requirement of the society; insecurity and frequent crisis such as group agitations, religious disharmony, crimes, Boko Haram insurgence among others must be addressed; condition of service for all categories of workers at the local, state and federal levels need to be urgently harmonized; good atmosphere for operation cum the materials required by the academics, doctors, nurses, lawyers, architects, economists among others must be provided to enable them put in their best. Ogwuru, H. O. R, | Uma, K. E,"The Assessment of Effects of Migration and Remittances on Nigerian Economy" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd4604.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/development-economics/4604/the-assessment-of-effects-of-migration-and-remittances-on-nigerian-economy/ogwuru-h-o-r
“Bacteria on cement composites published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof. J. Santhosh Kumar Abstract Crack formation is very common phenomenon in concrete structure which allows the water and different type of chemical into the concrete through the cracks and decreases their durability, strength and which also affect the reinforcement when it comes in contact with water, CO2 and other chemicals. For repairing the cracks developed in the concrete, it requires regular maintenance and special type of treatment which will be very expansive. So, to overcome from this problem autonomous self-healing mechanism is introduced in the concrete which helps to repair the cracks by producing calcium carbonate crystals which block the micro cracks and pores in the concrete. The selection of the bacteria was according to their survival in the alkaline environment such as B. pasteurii, Bacillus subtilis and B. spharicus which are mainly used forthe experiments by different researchers for their study. The condition of growth is different for different types of bacteria. For the growth, bacteria were put in a medium containing different chemical at a particular temperature and for a particular time period. Bactria improves the structural properties such as tensile strength, water permeability, durability and compressive strength of the normal concrete which was found by the performing different type of experiment on too many specimens had varying sizes used by different researchers for their study of bacterial concrete in comparison with the conventional concrete and from the experiment it was also found that use of light weight aggregate along with bacteria helps in self healing property of concrete. For gaining the best result a mathematical model was also introduced to study the stress-strain behavior of bacteria which was used to improve the strength of concrete. Keywords Bacteria, Bacillus pasteurii, Concrete, Bacillus sphaericus
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR CHLORTHALIDONE IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Sapana U. Ingle, Pallavi A. Patil, Vaishali C. Kulkarni, Sheetal V. Patil, Poonam A. Salunke, Rupali S. Wagh. A new, simple, accurate, rapid and precise spectrophotometric method has been developed for validation of chlorthalidone (CTD) in bulk drug. An attempt was made to preclude the use of corrosive inorganic solvents by the use of 0.2 M NaOH. The developed method was the measurement of absorptivity at 274.5nm (absorption maximum of CTD). The results of analysis have been validated as per ICH guidelines. The Concentrations of this drug were evaluated in laboratory mixture and marketed formulation. Accuracy was determined by recovery studies from marketed formulation and Ranges From 97.87-107.39%. Precision of method was find out as repeatability shows the values within acceptable limit.
Comparitive analysis of the lipidomic profile of Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv in different carbon sources. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Gaurav Tyagi, Parveen Garg, Sakshitalwar Mycobacterium tuberculosis is well adapted to the most challenging environmental conditions that are present inside macrophages ranging from nutrient scarce medium, to the immunological evasions by the host. Amid all these challenges it not only saves itself but also modifies the host environment as per its needs. The utilization of unusual fatty acids is one such example. Fatty acid utilization by Mtb not only provides energy but also helps in the synthesis of several unique lipids. Hence we have studied the impact of different carbon sources on the lipidomic profile of Mycobacterium tuberculosisand have found that out of the three carbon sources i.e. Cholesterol, Glycerol and Acetate, Cholesterol modifies the lipids of Mtb significantly
THE BASIC DIRECTIONS OF PERFECTION OF THE ECONOMIC MECHANISM OF STIMULATION OF RATIONAL WATER USE IN THE REGION. published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Ekaterina Aydarkina In this paper the author analyses the main features of using economic methods and instruments to promote rational water consumption, identifies their goals and objectives. Also the writer observe basic directions of development of the economic mechanism of stimulation of rational water consumption, presented in the works of Russian scientists, such as: Khazov A., Glazkova S., Danilov - Danilyan V., Pylneva T., Soloviev, M. and foreign scientists, for example: Bic I. and Lauks P., Tarlock E. On the base of researching the author suggest concept of development of the economic mechanism of stimulation of rational water consumption, which includes three main directions: internallyoriented, economically-oriented, policy-oriented.
Web based application for farmers using new trends in web technology published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sathya Bama S | Dr. J. Preethi Agriculture plays a vital role in Indian economy. Agriculture is an important domain of the Indian economy in several aspects of employment. As the population rises there is a need to increase the agricultural production. Therefore agricultural modernization is an important aspect. Over past few decades Farmers started using computers and software for organizing their economic data and also monitor their crops effectively. This system is mainly based on the aspect of agricultural modernization in terms of soil management, weather prediction, and experts advice on using suitable pesticides, best use of available loans in terms of a dynamic website. The main scope of this project is to help and provide the information in terms of all agricultural related areas to the farmers it includes irrigation techniques, best fertilizer utility, determining the soil suitability for the suitable crops, instructing the farmers to cultivate crops based on seasonal and climatic aspects, information about bank loan, demand for crops in the market, soil management, advisory system and a reminder system. Sathya Bama S | Dr. J. Preethi"Web based application for farmers using new trends in web technology" 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/ijtsrd10818.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/world-wide-web/10818/web-based-application-for-farmers-using-new-trends-in-web-technology/sathya-bama-s
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION LEVEL BY USING TNPL PRODUCTS IN THANJAVUR DISTRICT published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A. Anuradha, Dr. K. V. R. Rajandran In this project a study on customer satisfaction on TNPL products is taken. ?e degree of satisfaction provided by the goods or services of a company as measured by the number of repeat customers for TNPL products. Most of the Customers satisfied by the products of TNPL. In this research, a sample size of 126 customers from all over areas of ?anjavur is taken to know the customer's preference. ?e tools used for analysis of this research are Simple Percentage Analysis and Chi-square Test. ?is study measures the expectations of the customers concerning the product availability and the service provided by TNPL industries.
Oscillations of First Order Neutral Differential Equations with Positive and Negative Coefficients published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Hussain Ali Mohamad* MuntahaYousif Abdullah** Oscillation criterion is investigated for all solutions of the first-order linear neutral differential equations with positive and negative coefficients. Some sufficient conditionsare established so that every solution ofeq.(1.1) oscillate.Generalizing of some results in [4] and [5] are given.Examples are given toillustrated our main results.
Effect of Nutrition Education Program on Anthropometric Measurements of Adolescent Girls (16-19 Years) published in

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

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Neethuanna Mathew, Namrata Salgar, Pretty Varghese, Mr. Yogesh Pawar? Cloud computing is a rapidly growing technology with usage of virtualized resources as a service through the internet. These services prove to be of great use in fields of education by providing educational applications and tools for students and teachers for communication. This system is based on the concept of web services which is implemented as an android mobile application that communicates with android and java client. The proposed system provides a cost effective application for users in their daily life. Cloud based application offer better alternative academic institutions with very less expenses.
Standardization of technology for development of guava soybean toffee as a protein enriched product published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.P. KHAPRE Guava-soya toffees are prepared by blending guava (Psidium guajava L.) pulp with soya (Glycine max) slurry for developing protein enriched product. With increase in concentration of soya, the level of protein and fat in the finished product was observed higher as a result of which the concentration of sugars decreased in the final product. Addition of guava increased the level of ascorbic acid, fibre, calcium and phosphorus. However, the product having 85% fruit pulp and 15% soya slurry recorded highest score in sensory attributes revealing better consumer acceptability. Thus, guava fruit being highly perishable and deficient in protein and fat can be utilized by blending with soybean products to yield a nutritious product.
A Comparative Study of Study Habits of Adolescents of Government and Private schools and their relation to personality published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Jyoti khanna Jimoh (2000) describe s education as the totality of the experiences made available to individuals, in formal or informal situations to make them develop a rounded personality and to be useful to themselves and the society at large. And development of personality of the childs depends on the adjustment with the environment. To help the pupil in making the changing environment is one of the important aims of education. Adjustment helps in having integrated and balanced personality. Considering the numerous advantages that are de sirable from education, no amount of resources expended on it can be described as too much. Thus parents and guardian s send their children and wards to secondary schools to acquire relevant educational skills, knowledge and good morals so as to be useful t o themselves and society.
Prospective Science Teachers Declarative Knowledge about Newtons Laws of Motion published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ismail Yilmaz This study identified prospective science teachers declarative knowledge about Newtons laws of motion through quantitative and qualitative assessments. Their declarative knowledge was regarded as a contributor that might have an effect on their knowledge levels, achievement levels, and achievement scores. The contributors that might have an effect on their achievement scores were divided into two categories, namely, variables and factors. Their achievement level measured by their responses to the questions about their declarative knowledge varied between 43% and 45%, whereas their knowledge level varied from 12% and 34%. Thus, their achievement level did not represent their knowledge level. It can be argued that foresight is more influential than variables in answering questions about ones declarative knowledge.
A Study on Customers Perception Towards Credit Cards published in

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Athena Joy The growth of credit card culture in India has been predominant in the last few years. So the present study tries to analyze the customers perception towards credit cards. The data was collected using convenience sampling. The study finds that the present generation is using credit cards for their daily needs instead of using cash- due to the reason it is easy to handle, zero interest rate for a certain period and the global acceptance of credit card everywhere Today many people feel that a wallet without a credit or debit card is empty. The use of these instruments is becoming popular not only among the affluent classes of people, but also with people in all walks of life. Consequently, we find that during the last one decade, there has been an exponential growth in the issue of credit cards and their usage.
PENERAPAN HUKUM DALAM PENYELESAIAN SENGKETA TRANSAKSI ELEKTRONIK DI PERADILAN UMUM published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Rahadi Wasi Bintoro This research is study about law construction of forming electronic contract in transaction that exploiting information technology and law of evidence that applying for electronic document. and to explaing its, researcher use statue approach, conceptual approach and case approach, that is included in the approach method in legal research. Pursuant to research which have been done, agreement in e-commerce is form when there is an acceptance from buyer by electrically or when the buyer signing a digital signature. Evidence law of electronic document that form in e-commerce and e-banking have strength of perfect verification as pukka act, as long as it is using security system which is difficult technically to be able to infiltrate or leaked by other party, while electronic document from transfer of company document to electronic media have strength of perfect verification. In the case of dispute in e-commerce, e-banking dispute and dispute of company document which have been transferred in the form of electronic media, hence can be raised by evidence appliance in the form of written evidence appliance, eyewitness, presupposition, confession, oath, and expert eyewitness to strengthen electronic document. But that way, rule of law not yet been given by comprehensively. Keywords : internet, e-commerce, e-banking, company documen, evidence law
Low Energy Routing for WSNs published in

ACEEE International Journal on Network Security

Published by ACEEE
Ravi Kishore Kodali and Prof. Narasimha Sarma, NVS The main tasks of a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) are data collection from its nodes and communication of this data to the base station (BS). The protocols used for communication among the WSN nodes and between the WSN and the BS, must consider the resource constraints of nodes, battery energy, computational capabilities and memory. The WSN applications involve unattended operation of the network over an extended period of time. In order to extend the lifetime of a WSN, efficient routing protocols need to be adopted. The proposed low power routing protocol based on tree-based network structure reliably forwards the measured data towards the BS using TDMA. An energy consumption analysis of the WSN making use of this protocol is also carried out. It is found that the network is energy efficient with an average duty cycle of 0:7% for the WSN nodes. The OmNET++ simulation platform along with MiXiM framework is made use of.
Some Microbiological Studies on Aqueous and Methanolic Extracts of Cinnamon (Cinnamomumzeylanicum). published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mohamed M. I. Helal, Mona Y. Osman, Madeha O. Ghobashy, Wafaa A. Helmy This study aimed to studying the gaining of the cinnamon extracts by two methods using water or 95 % methanol and modifying this extracts chemically by sulfation to gain four extracts; native aqueous, sulfated aqueous, native methanolic and sulfated methanolic extracts. From the results, all extracts had antimicrobial activity against pathogenicStaph. aureus, E. coli and Candida albicanswhile the native and sulfated methanolic extracts are more effective than native or sulfated aqueous extracts, the highest inhibition zone (IZ) diameter value recorded are; 31.2, 22.5 and 28.0 mm for Staph. aureus, E. coli and Candida albicans, respectively for methanolic extract while the highest (IZ) diameter value for water extract are: 25.0, 20.4 and 20.0 mm for Staph. aureus, E. coli and Candida albicans, respectively. All extracts show antimicrobial activitiesbut at different degree with different Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC), all extracts had high antitumor effect against cancer colon cells(Caco-2 cells) ranged from 28.73 % to 71.81 % of cytotoxicity and the sulfation modification did not increase or decrease the biological activities of the extracts.
Neurocysticercosis: the Notorious Vanishing Ring Enhancing Lesion. published in

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Kavita Krishna,Sachin Adukia,Namrata Jagade,Ankur Gupta,AG Diwan Objectives: To evaluate patients with ring enhancing lesion (REL) and associated clinical features thereby charting out diagnosis and treatment outcome of RELs. Material and methods: A cross-sectional observational study of 25 patients (age >12 years), with REL on MRI brain, was done over 12 months. Headache and seizures, and signs of hydrocephalus, meningitis and focal deficits were clinically assessed. Relevant investigations were sent, and correlated with clinical features and MRI findings. Response to medical therapy (empirical or specific) was evaluated clinically and on repeat MRI after 6 weeks. Several causes of RELs like infectious, neoplastic and inflammatory were detected. Of these, only cases of neurocysticercosis are highlighted. Results and Conclusions: Out of 25 patients, 8 (32%) had neurocysticercosis (5 males and 3 females), mostly between 21-40 years age; seizures were present in 100% and headache in 88%. Routine CSF studies were normal in 100%. Anti Cysticercii Antibody CSF was conducted in 4 out of 8 patients and was positive in 3 of these (75% positivity). 7 of 8 patients had a single REL; size of REL in 7 of 8 patients was between 1 to 10 mm. Lesions were scattered at various sites including frontal lobe and temporal lobe (2 each), and others. A combination of anti-convulsants, anti-helminthics (Albendazole) and steroids was instituted. On repeat scan after 3 weeks of therapy, complete resolution was observed in 6 patients (75%), and calcification and regression was observed in one patient each. We concluded that neurocysticercosis has an excellent prognosis if treated appropriately
Cholesysto Ascariasis- Experience from a Tertiary Care Hospital in Eastern India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Md Mazharul Haque, Dr. Sandeep Kumar Jaiswal Cholecysto Ascariasis ie. presence of Ascaris lumbricoides in the gall bladder - a form of Hepatobiliary ascariasis is commonly reported from highly endemic regions like south asia, south America, parts of Middle East and Africa1. In humans, the usual habitat of Ascaris lumbricoides is the proximal small intestine2. When the worm load is high, then the worms tend to migrate from the usual site and invade the biliary system like CBD, Hepatic ducts, Cystic duct, Gall Bladder, IHBRs etc3. Material & Methods: Patients attending the department of general surgery, Katihar Medical College hospital with the diagnosis of Cholesysto Ascariasis were included in the study. Results: Some cases of Cholesysto Ascariasis can be managed conservatively. The worm some time retreats to the intestine but many cases require surgical intervention. Conclusion: Cholecysto ascariasis may present with biliary colic or with various complications like acute cholecystitis, cholangitis, gangrenous gall bladder, perforation of gall bladder etc. Sonography has been shown to have a high diagnostic accuracy in the diagnosis of Cholesysto Ascariasis. Some of the cases can usually be managed conservatively but many cases require surgical intervention.
Differrent Trainings on Power of Sprinters published in

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M. Kalidasan, Dr. A. S. Nageswaran The purpose of the study is to find out the effect of different trainings on power of sprinters, twenty male college participants from bharathidasan university was selected as participants and they were ranged from 19 to 23 years. The selected participants were randomly assigned to one of Two groups of ten each (n=10). The Group I underwent combined training and Group II underwent complex training for duration of 8 week of 24 morning sessions with alternative three days per week in addition to the regular training programme. The Criterion variable explosive power (Horizondal) and explosive power (vertical) were selected as a dependent variables and the selected dependent variables were assessed by the standardized test items. Explosive power (horizondal) was assessed by standing broad jump unit of measurement in meters and explosive power (vertical) was assessed by sargent jump unit of measurement in meters. The experimental design selected for this study was pre and post test random group design. The data were collected from each participant before and after the training period and statistically analyzed by using dependent t test and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was applied to find out significant difference if any between the experimental group. It was found that there was a significant improvement and significant different exist due to the effect of combined training, complex training on explosive power of sprinters.
Imapact of Development on Displacement and Rehabilitation published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anup Kumar Das Talukdar The term development is an idea of progress, which involves a change or an evolution of human beings. In economic term development means unilinear movement towards a condition of maximum industrialization, modern technology, and highest material benefits and improved standard of living. Anthropologically the term development implies progress, which itself implies achieving ultimate benefit. The development modes tend to be measured in terms of tidiness as much as explanatory value and the bulk of theories of development rest on evolutionary assumption that equates progressive development with material or technological advancement. The issue of displacement and rehabilitation is a complex one, proper and appropriate measures should be taken for the proper rehabilitation of the ousters and to evolve a practical sustainable development approach. Many problems arise in the process of displacement and rehabilitation. The legal policy of the Government and the decision taken by project authorities all cause several problems.
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.
PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF TASTE MASKING COMPLEX OF CIPROFLOXACIN HYDROCHLORIDE BY USING INCLUSION COMPLEXATION APPROACH published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manali Shamkant Mulay, Vidhyadhar Bankar, Sughosh Vishweshwar Upasani Administration of an oral drug delivery system having bitter taste and acceptable level of palatability has always been challenge in developing a formulation for pediatric and geriatric purpose. The present study evaluates the possibility of inclusion Complexation of Ciprofloxacin HCl with ?-Cyclodextrin as an approach for taste masking. Improvement in taste masking capability of ?-cyclodextrin towards Ciprofloxacin HCl was evaluated by formulating a complex. Complex was prepared using kneading method and was further characterized by DSC and FT-IR study. In-vitro dissolution study was carried out to investigate the effect of inclusion complexation on drug release. Taste perception study was carried out on human volunteers to evaluate the taste masking ability of inclusion complexation. Kneading complex showed effective taste masking and at the same time showed no limiting effect on the drug release. The effective taste masking was attributed to the enhanced complexation of ciprofloxacin HCl in kneading complex and the same was confirmed from the characterization studies. In conclusion, the study succeeded in inclusion complexation?s utilization as an alternative approach for effective taste masking.
Effect Of Health On Taking Examination In High School Students. Relation between Health and Taking Examinations published in

International Journal of Public Mental Health & Neurosciences

Published by Sarvasumana Association
G.S.Shylashree, S.V. Surya Rekha
ISOLATED SYMPT OMATIC PERICARDIAL HYDATID CYST published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Ahmad R ababa * , MD, Ashraf A lqubbaj , MD. Ramzy A lhiary , MD. Laith Bani H amad , MD. Mohand R ababa ,RN Cardiac hydatid cysts is uncommon disease. its mostly located in the left ventricle, interventricular septum and right ventricle . Isolated hydatid Pericardial involvement without involvement of heart or other organs is considered extremely rare , Her in we represent a case of symptomatic isolated pericardial hydatid cyst in queen alia heart institute in jordan.
THE USE OF ARTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A PROTOTYPE CONSTRUCTIVIST-ORIENTED LEARNING PACKAGE IN SECONDARY MATHEMATICS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ezra S. Aguilara, Allan B. De Guzman, Ph.D., Belinda De Castro, Ph.D. With the system-wide implementation of backward design instructional framework vis- -vis the K+12 system in the Philippine basic education level, curriculum and content specialists are challenged to contribute their share in the design and development of learning plans and packages that ensure transferability of students’ learning. Such tall order creates an instructional chasm which calls for more prototyping efforts in the light of constructivist principles. Anchored on Sternberg’s triarchic theory of intelligence and Instructional Systems Design, this materials preparation endeavor attempted to develop and validate a prototype learning package in mathematics with a view to promoting a culture of understanding and transfer in mathematics classroom using technology. Keywords: Secondary Mathematics, Constructivism, Authentic Tasks, Transfer of Learning, Arts
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.
IoT Based Garbage Management System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Roshni V. Chavhan | Dinesh V. Rojatkar The term (IoT) Internet Of Thing was first invented in 1998.Kevin Ashton is father of IoT. IoT is derived from the two words “Internet and thing. We can simply say that transmission of any thing over the Internet are IoT.Many times in our city we see that garbage bins or dust bin which are placed at public places are overflowing with garbage. It is a universal truth that wastage of anything is harmful for society as well as to people and our environment is surrounded by natural things .It creates an unhygienic conditions as well as ugliness to that places which is may cause deasese. To solving this situations we are going to implement a project called IoT based smart garbage management system. This system monitors the garbage bins and informs about the level of garbage collected in the garbage bins via a web page and also send all information to garbage collection van . Roshni V. Chavhan | Dinesh V. Rojatkar"IoT Based Garbage Management System" 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/ijtsrd4677.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/4677/iot-based-garbage-management-system/roshni-v-chavhan
Consumers Perception Towards Nano Car - A Study With Special Reference To Coimbatore City published in

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Dr.S.Shalini,M.Kanakaraj The Indian automobile industry is the tenth largest in the world with an annual production of two million units. Indian Auto Industry promises to become the major automotive industry in the upcoming years and the industry experts are hopeful that it will touch ten million units mark. Tata Motors dominates over 60% of the Indian commercial vehicle market. Tata motors are the largest medium and heavy commercial vehicle manufacturers in India. This study would be useful for companies to know the acceptance level of NANO by its customers. It would be also useful for companies to form strategies according to perception of people about Nano. This study is based on data collected from Hundredcustomers of TATAs Nano car confined to Coimbatore city. Primary data was collected by using a structured questionnaire. The main factor that attracted and influenced the purchase decision of Nano is its price. The study on perception of customers on Tatas Nano car also gives an insight on the acceptance level of the respondents towards the Tatas Nano car
A Japanese Case of Nonpustular Annular Psoriasis published in

International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Hidetoshi Takahashi* Nonpustular annular psoriasis is a rare form of psoriasis with clinically annular ring-shaped configuration. In contrast to recurrent circinate erythematous psoriasis, which is the mildest form of pustular psoriasis, no evidence of histopathological Kogoi’s spongiform pustule formation is detected.We report a case of 57-year-old Japanese woman with nonpustular annular psoriasis for 4 year.
PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF WRIGHTIA TINCTORIA R. BR.: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Oviya IR, Sharanya M and Jeyam M* Wrightia tinctoria R.Br. (Wt) belonging to the family Apocynaceae is a small deciduous tree distributed in central and peninsular India. Traditionally, the plant is used to treat jaundice, seizures, wounds, leukaemia, gynaecological disorders, toothache, headache, dandruff, diarrhea and skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema, scabies etc. The phytochemical studies have shown the presence of alkaloids, triterpenoids, steroids, flavonoids, lipids and carbohydrates. Wt showed wide spectrum of pharmacological activities such as anti-microbial, anti-psoriatic, anti-diarrheal, anti-helminthic, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory analgesic, anti-diabetic, diuretic, hepatoprotective, and anti-ulcer properties. In ayurvedic system, the principle of drug action of Wt is described as tikta, kashaya, rooksha, sita and katu. The toxicological profile shows this plant to be safe and tolerable which substantiates its usage as traditional medicine in its crude form. Till date, there is a void in comprehensive knowledge on Wrightia tinctoria R.Br. A thorough literature survey was done on all aspects and the available information was collected via electronic search which roughly covers literature from 1960 to 2012. The aim of this review is to provide comprehensive information on the biology, phytochemistry, pharmacology, toxicological profile of Wt and serve as a common platform for further scientific research.
الاحتياجات التدريبية للبحث العلمي لأعضاء هيئة التدريس في جامعة القدس المفتوحة في فلسطين published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. يحيى محمد ندى هدفت هذه الدراسة التعرف الى معرفة الاحتياجات التدريبية للبحث العلمي لأعضاء هيئة التدريس في جامعة القدس المفتوحة في فلسطين، وفحص دور كل من متغيرات (الجنس، والرتبة العلمية، والتخصص، وسنوات الخبرة) في استجابات أعضاء هيئة التدريس في جامعة القدس المفتوحة نحو احتياجاتهم التدريبية للبحث العلمي، وتكون مجتمع الدراسة من أعضاء هيئة التدريس المتفرغين في جامعة القدس المفتوحة في فلسطين وعددهم (381) مدرساً ومدرسة حسب إحصائية دائرة شؤون الموظفين اختير منهم عينة عشوائية تتكون من (119) مدرساً ومدرسة، استخدمت الدراسة المنهج الوصفي، فتم تصميم إستبانة لجمع البيانات تضمنت (60) فقرة توزعت في خمسة مجالات، وتم التحقق من صدق الأداة وثباتها ثم وزعت على أفراد عينة الدراسة، ومن ثم تم تحليل البيانات باستخدام المتوسطاًت الحسابية الموزونة, وتحليل التباين الأحادي, واختبار ( ت ) واختبار (LSD). وقد بينت نتائج الدراسة أن أعلى درجات الحاجات التدريبية لدى عضو هيئة التدريس في جامعة القدس المفتوحة كانت الاحتياجات التدريبية في قواعد النشر والتوثيق، تلاها الاحتياجات التدريبية في منهجية البحث العلمي, تلاها الاحتياجات التدريبية في القراءة الإحصائية والتحليل،ثم الاحتياجات التدريبية في مناهج البحث العلمي، واخيرا أدنى الاحتياجات في مجال الاحتياجات التدريبية في المهارات الحاسوبية. كما بينت الدراسة عدم وجود فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية عند مستوى (α=0.05) في استجابات أعضاء هيئة التدريس في جامعة القدس المفتوحة نحو احتياجاتهم التدريبية للبحث العلمي على الدرجة الكلية للمجالات تعزى لمتغيرات الجنس والرتبة العلمية، وسنوات الخبرة، ووجود فروق على متغير التخصص لصالح العلوم الطبيعية والتطبيقية. وقد تقدمت الدراسة بعدد من التوصيات كان منها : 1- إجراء دورات شاملة لكيفية اجراء البحوث بأنواعها ومجالاتها. 2- تطبيق نظام الإنتاج الاجباري للابحاث في جامعة القدس المفتوحة. 3- تشكيل مركز للتطوير المهني لأعضاء هيئة التدريس في الجامعة.
Personality Profile & Incidence of Psychosis in Alcohol Dependent Individuals published in

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R.SOMASUNDARA BABU,DR.P.KRISHNADAS Background & Objectives: - Personality factors play an important role in addiction & there are only a few studies on alcohol induced psychosis in the literature. This study examines the personality profiles & personality disorders in alcohol dependent patients, & the incidence of psychosis in them. Methods: - 100 in-patients were selected by purposive sampling & were assessed with AUDIT. Those satisfying the inclusion were assessed with PAS, to examine the personality profiles & personality disorders. DSM IV T.R diagnostic criteria for substance induced psychotic disorder & BPRS were used for assessing psychosis. The relationship between severity of alcoholism & personality & the association of socio-demographic data & alcoholism were also studied. Results: - 47% of the sample had personality disorders of which cluster B & cluster C were prominent & 26% had cooccurring personality disorders. 8% were diagnosed to have alcohol induced psychosis. Low levels of educational, occupational & economic status had a correlation with alcoholism. Severity of alcohol consumption was significantly correlated with borderline, avoidant & paranoid personality disorders. Interpretation & conclusion: - Personality disorders especially cluster B & cluster C are common in alcohol dependent individuals. Alcohol induced psychosis should be differentiated from other psychotic disorders. Personality factors should be looked into in the treatment for alcoholism for a better outcome.
Application of Nano Materials to Enhance Creep Strength of Platen Super Heater Tubes and to Minimize Boiler Outage in Ultra Super Critical Power Plants published in

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Dharmendra Kumar Jain, Dr. Sanjeev Mishra Power generation through fossil fuel power plants is one of the basic needs to rescue the gap between power supply and demand. It is a continuous process to minimize the gap between supply and demand. Clean and efficient power generation needs incorporation of advance technologies in traditional system of power generation. Power production in fossil fuel power plants is totally based on optimum utilization of available heat energy to produce high quality steam and to achieve this goal availability of the steam is to be optimized. Latest modifications in rankine cycle are not sufficient to justify optimum utilization of heat available. Nano-structured materials posses special properties in comparison with the material with identical composition with normal grain size. This paper will report my work on the nano-structured alloy and composites to improve creep strength in super heater tubes in boiler. Composites and micro structures are two important variables can be used as characteristic variables to improve high temperature strength of super heater tubes. Nano materials can be used to improve thermodynamic properties of tube material such as high temperature creep strength and micro structural degradation at high temperature can be minimized to optimize boiler outage during power generation.
Sensory and nutritional quality evaluation of soy-bajra fortified sattu and ready to eat sattu products published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BHARTI JAIN Life style changes in society have created altogether a new market for value added processed food products. Incorporation of soybean and bajra in popular traditional Indian foods is likely to help in acceptability of soy blended foods. Sattu is an Indian traditional ready to eat snack item. Therefore, the present study was carried out to investigate the nutritional and sensory quality characteristics of traditional sattu and soy-bajra fortified sattu made from puffed flours of barley and Bengal gram and puffed flours of soybean, bajra and Bengal gram, respectively. The results showed that soy and bajra flour could be well supplemented up to the level of 25 per cent with good palatability. Soy-bajra fortified sattu beverage was more acceptable (74.3%) as compared to traditional sattu beverage (72.4%). Overall per cent acceptability of soy-bajra fortified sattu paste was more (74.8%) as compared to traditional sattu paste (67.6%). Overall per cent acceptability of traditional sattu ladoo (81.2%) was more as compared to soy-bajra fortified sattu ladoo (78.0%). No significant difference was observed in all the quality attributes of ready to eat sattu products developed from traditional sattu and soy-bajra fortified sattu . This explains that sensory quality of the products remained unaffected with the use of soy-bajra fortified sattu. The developed sattu based products were also subjected to sensory evaluation using 9-point hedonic ranking scale to find out the consumer acceptability of the ready to eat sattu products sex-wise and residencewise. Soy-bajra fortified sattu products were almost equally acceptable in rural and urban areas and in both the sex. Increase in protein, fat ,energy, calcium and iron was noted in soy-bajra fortified sattu products. The net dietary protein cal% of traditional sattu was 6.89 and soy-bajra fortified sattu was 6.32 which is adequate to maintain health for adults and good to promote growth. The cost of soy-bajra fortified sattu was also affordable by lower economic class and thus this serves the dual purpose of convenience and ensuring nutritional security
Effect of weed management practices on yield attributes, yield and economics of rice var. MTU-1010 under system of rice intensification published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEVENDRA KUMAR DEWANGAN* AND GOURAV JATAV The present experiment was conducted at Research cum-Instructional Farm, Department of Agronomy, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Raipur (C.G.) duringKharif season of 2009 to find out the effect of weed management practices on plant height, no. of tillers, SPAD value, dry matter accumulation, grain yield and net return of rice var. MTU-1010 under system of rice intensification. The twelve different weed management practices were laid out in Randomized Block Design (RBD) with three replications. Rice variety MTU-1010 was grown as a test crop. Rice was transplanted on 27th July, 2009 with a spacing of 20 x 20 cm. The crop was fertilized with 90, 60 and 40 kg N, P2O5 and K2O ha-1, respectively.The results of experiment indicated that growth character like plant height, number of total tillers, chlorophyll content, CGR, dry matter of rice, at initial period of crop growth responded significantly better under two ways mechanical weeding performed at 12, 25 and 35 DAT and this was followed by one way mechanical weeding. At later period of growth, significant higher number of effective tillers, total tillers, number of grains panicle-1, panicle length, weed index, straw yield and grain yield were produced under fenoxaprop-p-ethyl 60 g ha-1 + ethoxysulfuron 15 g ha-1 at 20 and 35 DAT, which was at par with hand weeding, fenoxaprop-p-ethyl 60 g ha-1+ ethoxysulfuron 15 g ha-1 at 20 DAT + MW performed on two ways at 35 DAT. It was also observed that all the herbicides treatments were effective and significantly enhanced the grain yield over control. In the experimental field was dominated by mainly Echinocloa colona, Alternanthera triendra, Cyperus iria, Fimbristylis miliacea throughout the crop season
BIG FIVE PERSONALITY FACTORS AMONG PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND NON-PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Aejaz Hassan, Dr. P. V Shelvam, Javaid Ahmad Bhat, Mohammad Amin Wani Objective: The Big Five traits describe aspects of personality that are remarkably consistent, especially among adults. An acronym for remembering these factors can be formed by rearranging the first letters of each factor to form the word OCEAN. The present study examined to study the big five personality factors among physical education and non-physical education teacher's effect of gender and faculty on suicidal tendency among students. Method: The present study consists of 40 male teachers, 20 physical education teachers and 20 non physical education teachers randomly selected in different high schools in Rewa District. Dr Tom Buchanan's Big Five Personality Inventory was used for data collection. Results: The findings of the present study demonstrated that there is no significant difference between Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness of physical education and non-physical education teachers. Conclusions: There is no significant difference between the big five personality factors among physical education and non-physical education teachers.
Pacifism vs. Just war: Can a Christina Kill? published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Potana Venkateswara Rao Present day Christianity has been guided by two schools of thoughts, one is just war theory that supports human killing for a just cause and another one is pacifism that refuses human killing in the name of war. Christian faith gives high value to human beings because they are created in the image of God. In fact, Christians are stewards of other human beings. God is the only life giver who has authority on human life. The Old Testament scriptures of the Bible clearly command that no one can kill the other human being. Jesus Christ came to demonstrate Gods love by dyeing on the cross. He was killed but he did not retaliate with violence. His emotional act of clearing temple (John 2:15) does not promote violence. Non Christian thinkers like Mahatma Gandhi succeeded in his mission by experimenting Christs teachings of nonviolence to encounter the British. Christian church in India and across the globe should promote peace through the nonviolent ways.
ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF HERBAL FORMULATION OF EQUISETUM ARVENSE published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Snehal Singh1*, Biresh Kumar Sarkar2, X. Fatima Grace3, Manish Devgan4 The aim of this study was to formulate an herbal cream of Equisetum arvense extract and its antimicrobial evaluation. Disk diffusion method was used to assess antibacterial activity of Equisetum arvense extract. Herbal cream formulation was prepared by incorporating various ingredients together followed by the addition of herbal extract. The cream formulation was evaluated for the quality parameters. Results showed that Equisetum arvense was effective on S. aureus and E. coli. The antibacterial activity increases with the concentration of extract. The values of quality parameters lie within range. Study established cream formulation of Equisetum arvense as a stable herbal formulation which can be utilized for topical infections.
HEPATOPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF THE LEAVES OF ABUTILON CRISPUM (LINN) MEDICUS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ram Mohan M*, Srinivas Reddy K 1, Ganapaty S 2 Natural products serve as lead molecules for development for the many popular drugs. Herbal drugs are having fewer side effects than the other class of drugs which are coming from the synthetic source. Abutilon crispum (Linn) Medicust, belonging to family Malvaceae. The present study deals with the hepatoprotective potential of Abutilon crispum in view to give scientific evidence to the folklore claim on the hepatoprotective activity of the leaves. The leaves were collected and extracted using decoction method in water. Sylimarin was used as standard. The serum of each animal of all groups were analyzed the biochemical parameters Serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase (SGOT), Serum glutamic-pyruvate transaminase (SGPT), alkaline phosphatase (ALP) and total bilirubin content. The above findings indicated that the leaf extract of A. crispum possess significant hepatoprotective activity.
The relationship between Web-based MCQauthoring by students and their performance in medical Physiology published in

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R. Pathak, A. M. Aye Background: Online-MCQ-authoring is considered to have great potential in assisting students to perform better. There is evidence that authoring MCQ by students contributes positively to academic performance. Aim: This novel study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of an online-based MCQ generating tool, particularly in medical physiology. SEGi University College has pioneered the utilization of PeerWise for this purpose in Malaysia. Methodology: PeerWise is an online platform for MCQ-authoring developed by The University of Auckland, New Zealand. was utilized by 79 first year students to generate MCQs for medical physiology, individually and in groups. The questions were graded quantitatively. Academic performance of the students was measured via their weekly assessment marks. Correlation analysis of these parameters was performed. Results: A total of 258 questions were generated by the students within a period of six weeks. The distribution of question were found to be decreased in number from week 5 to week 8. When the weekly assessment was compared with MCQ generated the initial results showed a Persons correlation coefficient, (r) of 0.024, P=0.609. Conclusion: This preliminary study assessed the usage of PeerWise by medical students. However further investigation is required to validate its effectiveness. Moreover having Peerwise as a more regular and comprehensive part of the course will help students to explore in more depth and reinforce what they have learnt throughout the course.
SPELL CHECKING AND ERROR CORRECTING SYSTEM FOR TEXT PARAGRAPHS WRITTEN IN PUNJABI OR HINDI LANGUAGEUSING HYBRID APPROACH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amandeep Singh*, Prof. Meenakshi Sharma Spell-checking is the process of detecting and correcting incorrectly spelled words in a text paragraph. Spell checking system first detects the incorrect words and then provide the best possible solution of corrected words. Spell checking system is a combination of handcrafted rules of the language for which spell checking system is to be created and a dictionary which contain the accurate spellings of various words. Better rules and large dictionary of words is help to improve the rate of error detection otherwise all the errors cannot be detected. After detecting the wrong or misspelled words ,the various spell correcting techniques are used to provide the best accurate correct words or alternate words which higher the rate of correction of the wrong words. There are many systems available for detecting and correcting text. The system is made to check the spellings and to correct them using various techniques for Punjabi-Hindi text. We used hybrid approach to implement the Spelling checking and Correcting System. This hybrid approach is a combination of “Dictionary look up approach”, “Rule based approach”, “N-Gram Approach”, “Edit Distance approach” and use linguistic features of the Punjabi-Hindi language. This System gives the result accuracy as 91% according to the research work for Punjabi-Hindi words. It gives nearby result up to 91% of words tested in the input data.It gives results for rest of 9% but not the best possible correct word was displayed on the top of the correct word list from the database.
Temporal Characteristics of Solar Flare of 14 July 2004 published in

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Ravindra M. Jadav We have analyzed here an M class solar flare occurred on 14 July 2004 and detected by SOXS onboard GSAT-2. We have also plotted 4-25 keV energy range at sub keV resolution. Spectro-temporal evolution of this flare suggests that this is a multi-thermal plasma which is a combination of thermal and non-thermal components. The plasma in the solar flare is heated at different temperatures (multi-thermal plasma), and therefore the emission measure varies as a function of the temperature
The Influence of Iter Pps Composite Fibers in the Stone Mastic Asphalt published in

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Ciprian Tarta The composite Iter PPS fibers (fig.1) are fibers manufactured through the combination of classic cellulose fibers with elastomers or different products which can react in the asphalt mixture. In this study it has been noticed the influence of the components from which Iter PPS fibers are made of, in the stone mastic asphalt(SMA). The samples used were dynamically-tested: stiffness, dynamic creep and permanent deformation resistance. The results obtained with every type of fiber were compared to the standard mixture, mixture that has the same structure but in which the fiber has not been added. Through these tests it has been noticed that each fiber component influences the results.
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.
The Youths in Five Point Someone and One Night @ the Call Centre by Chetan Bhagat published in

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METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF GENOTOXIC IMPURITIES METHYL METHANESULFONATE AND METHYL IODIDE IN MONTELUKAST SODIUM DRUG SUBSTANCE BY GC-MS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.Nalavade Atul Kakasaheb*, K. Ramakrishna, V. Srinivasarao Montelukast sodium is a leukotriene receptor antagonist (LTRA) and is used for the maintenance treatment of asthma and to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies. Manufacturing process of montelukast(Fig. 1) sodium involves use of methyl iodide (fig. 2) and methanesulfonyl chloride. Also methanol was used as solvent in the process and it is a well known fact that methanesulfonyl chloride does react with alcohols to form corresponding mesylate i.e. it would form methylmethanesulfonate (fig. 3). As per the IARC monograph methyl methanesulfonateisgenotoxic impurity and being aliphatic halide, methyl iodide is also a genotoxic alerting impurity. Hencethe study wasproposed and completed for the content of methyl iodide and methyl methanesulfonate in montelukast sodium using gas chromatographic technique with mass spectrometer as detector. Based on the daily dose evaluation limit wasdecided as 150g/g. Validation of the method was proposed and completedbased on International conference on harmonization guidelines.The results obtained after completion of validation were all within the set acceptance criteria. The LOD and LOQ values established for Methyl iodide were2g/g and6g/g (i.e. 0.02g/ml and 0.06g/ml) respectively . Similarly LOD and LOQ values established for Methyl methanesulfonatewere2g/g and 6g/g (i.e. 0.02g/ml and 0.06g/ml) respectively . Percentage recovery results and Linearity for both the components were very well within the limits and hence the range of the method was from LOQ to 150% with respect to the evaluation limit. Also three commercial batches of montelukast sodium were analyzed in the validated method. In all the three batches the content of Methyl Iodide was observed below LOQ while, the content of Methyl methanesulfonatewas not detected.
HEALTHY MOMS, HEALTHY CHILD, HAPPY YOU published in

Escalating Research

Published by Advance Educational Institute and Research Center
Unzela Ayub & Sadaf Ahmed Food is always important for a healthy life but a healthy child is always dependent on maternal nutrition so the root cause of child malnutrition is the state of maternal nutrition which means if a mother is malnourished her baby will automatically become malnourished. The threat of malnutrition begins in the womb and continues throughout the life cycle. Nowadays malnutrition has emerged as a huge problem in South Asian region which is affecting females and children at higher rates (Anwar, 2014).
Inequality of Utilization of Antenatal Care Services Among Urban Women In India published in

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Laxmi Kant Prem Prakash The present paper examines the level and disparities in the utilization of Antenatal care services (ANC) among the urban population in India. It also explores the underlying factors associated with low utilization of full antenatal care. The present paper based on District Level Health Survey (DLHS-III) (2008-09) data source. Statistical analysis likes cross tabulations and logistic regressions have been computed to address the objectives. The age of mother, birth order, still birth and spontaneous abortion, education, economic status, caste and religion is also significant factors. The very young and older age group mother and higher birth order belonging mother less utilize ANC. Similarly poor, uneducated, scheduled caste and scheduled tribe and minority population group less utilize ANC. Therefore, interventions should address younger age groups; poor, uneducated or less educated women in urban areas. Socially deprived scheduled castes, tribes and minority population groups should also be brought under consideration in the maternal health policy.
Disinvestment and Performance of Profit And Loss Making Central Public Sector Enterprises of India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Gagan Singh Economic compulsions led to the adoption of new approach towards the public sector in the early nineties. Disinvestment involves the sale of equity and bond capital invested by the government in PSUs. Disinvestment of minority shares in CPSEs has become an important source of raising resource for the Government. The main focus of the present paper is to examine the impact of disinvestment on the financial and operating performance of profit and loss making central public sector enterprises. April 2009 onwards, there are fourteen public sector enterprises in which government has undertaken disinvestment recently. After having partial disinvestment in both profit and loss making CPSEs, there has been improvement in the efficiency of the employees in the utilization of their resources. But the profitability of the profit making CPSEs has declined in the post-disinvestment period.
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM ‒ A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Ajaz Akbar Mir,Sumaya Iqbal Tourism sector is considered as one of the most important sectors for employment generation and economic development in India especially in our state. Tourism sector development cannot be completed without the growing of tourism services availability and quality level, which is very necessary for tourists. The level and quality for tourism services most importantly depend upon human component, their abilities and capabilities. Sustainable tourism takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of tourists, the industry, the environment and host communities. Here, sustainable tourism is to imply sustainable human development because development is to state wisdom about people and that human societies are ultimately dependent upon their natural environment. The basic reason that why the people in present times face unacceptable and huge levels of poverty, inequality and environment penury is that past practices of development have transgressed this principle. Human Resources Development (HRD) encompasses the vast field of training and development provided by organizations to increase the knowledge, skills, education and abilities of their employees. In today's stiff competition and threat of resources, developmental strategy needs quick and efficient implementation of sustainable environmental principles in order to achieve its desired growth potential. Therefore the only way to increase the economic growth is application of the innovative technologies and proficient human resource. In this connection, the present paper examines the role of HRD in sustainable tourism.
ULTRA WIDEBAND SLOTTED MODIFIED H-SHAPED MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA FOR WIRELESS APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nagabhushana H.M.*1, C.R. Byrareddy 2 , Thangadurai N The wireless communication system is gaining more and more progress in recent years with the support of microstrip patch antennas. Microstrip patch antennas are more comfortable for wireless devices due to their compactness, easy fabrication, and mounting. The ultra wideband slotted modified H-shaped microstrip patch antenna is presented in this article for wireless devices. Ultra wideband is achieved along with another small band makes it dual band pattern. The first band is a small band radiates at 2.95 GHz ranging from 2.68 GHz to 3.14 GHz with a bandwidth of 460 MHz. This is applicable in the wireless devices like WiMAX, IMT etc. The second band is the ultra wideband (UWB) radiates at 4.46 GHz, 8.2 GHz and 9.4 GHz ranging from 3.37 GHz to 10.1 GHz with a bandwidth of 6.73 GHz. WLAN, WiFi, WiMax and LTE can occupy this band to operate. Both the bands have maintained at VSWR<2 and the gain are kept at least -10 dB. The proposed antenna is simulated using High Frequency Structural Simulator (HFSS v15) software and fabricated on a low-cost FR4 substrate having a dielectric constant of 4.4 and height 1.6 mm with a 50-ohm microstrip line feeding. The miniaturization of the antenna is achieved with slots in the patch and ground plane, hence the name slotted patch and partial ground. The complete size of the antenna is 34x30x1.6 mm2 . The simulated and experimental results are compared to conclude that both are lightly deviated.
IDENTIFYING ESSENTIAL TEACHING SKILLS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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Charanjit Kaur Dhillon E ducationists all over the world have started realizing that only securing enough teachers will not do but more important is securing teachers with right type of knowledge, skills and attitude. A teacher may have abundant knowledge but the right way of conveying units of knowledge to the students can make him competent teacher . For this he needs to expertis e over the teaching skills. Teaching has its repertoire of skills. Over the years efforts are being made to identify the essential teaching skills which a competent and effective teacher should have. There are many sources of information for identifying th ese skills. All those concerned with initial and in - service teacher training, those concerned to monitor the standard and quality of teaching, those involved in schemes of teacher appraisal, those involved in research have produced a massive literature abo ut classroom teaching skills. This paper highlights the different areas of teaching skills identified with the help of these sources of information.
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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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The Origin Of The Gulf Of Mexico, Its Sedimentary Basins And The Type And Abundance Of Its Hydrocarbon Deposits Were Mainly The Product Of The Evolution Of A Hotspot Since The Early Middle Jurassic Time published in

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Jaime RUEDA-GAXIOLA The origin of the Gulf of Mexico, based on the existence of a triple junction hot spot, allows us to understand the origin of the Hispanic Corridor, the oil and gas systems, and the hydrocarbon deposits found in the Texas-Louisiana subplate and in the Mexican Petroleum basins. This model was based on red beds, conglomerates and salt Palynostratigraphy and Inorganic Geochemistry data obtained from Mexican Oil productive and unproductive Basins. It has implications about the origin and evolution of the Texas-Louisiana Subplate, bounded by the Lewis-Clark and Texas-Boquillas-Sabinasmegashears, about its northwestward movement and 800 km displacement of the Ouachita System and its relation, since the Jurassic (during Cordilleran Orogeny), to tectonic phenomena in the Pacific subduction region such as Sevier and Laramideorogenies. Furthermore, the model can help explain the origin and evolution of the Western Region of Mexico, the Chiapas-Yucatn subplates and their Gulf oil and gas basins.
A Comparative Study of Nutritional Status of Children Aged 11-14 Years of Low and High Economical Background, Surat published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Bhavana Y Chauhan Nutritional status is the condition of health of an individual as influenced by nutrient intake and utilization in the body. Malnutrition is major public health problem in developing countries. Usually referred to as silent emergency, it has devastating effect on children, society and future humankind. The term malnutrition refers to both under nutrition as well as over-nutrition. Rural areas of developing countries are generally prioritized as regards nutrition intervention, because under nutrition is more widespread than in urban areas.OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY¢ To study the socio demographic profile of children from high and low socio economic groups in Surat.¢ To assess the nutritional status of children by anthropometry.¢ To study the biochemical.¢ To study the physical activity clinical sign and personal hygiene habits.¢ To correlate food intake with nutritional status.MATERIALS AND METHODSComparative study is to assess the nutritional status of Shree Dayalji Karasanji Bhatarkar Vidyasankuls as 11-14 years old students of low economical background and Gajaraba Prathmik Shalas 11-14 years old students of high economical background. Total 100 children are included in the study of height, weight, BMI, family history; socio economical history, education and occupation of parents, monthly income, personal hygiene, clinical sign, puberty changes, dietary details, food frequency, questionnaire of child, activity patterns, meal frequency are recorded. Statistical analysis was conducted using SPSS I9 for mean, percentage, and test. RESULTThe study concluded the nutritional status of government school children was poor than private school children. The prevalence of stunting and wasting was higher and low hemoglobin in government school. Hemoglobin percentage in private school 26% are normal and n government only 4% are normal while in private school 8% are highly anemic and 66% are in government school. There were 36% boys and 36% girls had BMI percentile < 25th percentile in government school, while in private school 32% boys and 20% girls had BMI percentile < 25th percentile. Dr. Bhavana Y Chauhan"A Comparative Study of Nutritional Status of Children Aged 11-14 Years of Low and High Economical Background, 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/ijtsrd2241.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/other/2241/a-comparative-study-of-nutritional-status-of-children-aged--11-14-years-of-low-and-high-economical-background-surat/dr-bhavana-y-chauhan
A Verbal/Social Autopsy (VASA) Child Mortality Inquiry to Investigate Under-Five Mortality Determinants in Slums of Karachi, Pakistan: A Mix Methods Interventional Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Muhammad Bilal Siddiqui1,4, Chiu Wan Ng2, Wah Yun Low3, Shershah Syed4,5, Sadaf Ahmed4,5, Shamoon Noushad4,5, Alvira Ali4, Kisa Fatima5 & Maria Mirza5 Background Pakistan stands along top ten countries responsible for two-third of global child mortality burden. To improve Child Mortality (CM) estimates in Pakistan, there is an exigent need to understand the in-depth reasoning behind mortalities. In Pakistan, the data on cause-of-death (CoD) for a large number of child mortalities in Pakistan is either not available or not suitable for use. Pakistan uses an alternative technique called Verbal autopsy (VA). Since VA only determines the biological cause of death (BCoD), and does not capture multitude of other modifiable social, cultural and health system determinants, it has a limited importance. Such non-biological determinants are captured by another technique i.e. Social Autopsy (SA). Objective By integrating VA with SA, extended set of mortality related determinants will be explored, in addition to strengthening death notification coverage and assigning CoD in such missed out mortalities. Method Under the working group of Health Advocacy Council for Women and Children (HACWC) in collaboration with Child Registry of Pakistan (CROP), mixed method (QUAN-QUAL) interventional study will be carried out in urban-slums of Karachi city using VASA-integrated under-five mortality investigative technique. Parents of dead children will be interviewed. Second stage of study will be followed by qualitative interviews with different cadres of stakeholders. Expected Outcomes By focusing the specific determinants related to case-management and care-seeking process (identified by The Pathway to Survival Framework-TPtoSF) an in-depth understanding of related determinants can be achieved, which will help in crafting potential interventions required to limit the barriers that increase the chances of CM in developing nations.
Customer Relationship Factors and its Influence of E-Banking Services Towards Selected Private and Public Sector Banks published in

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Ahnu, Dr.S.Ayyappan, Mr.M.Sakthivadivel The technological and economical changes brought with it new mix of players in the form of public sector banks, private sector banks and foreign banks. The expectations are more with the private sector and foreign banks because they are the new entrants on the banking scne with better technology, faster delivery, and customer centric polices. The private sector banks have advantage over public sector units in terms of technology, innovation of services and the present study evaluates customer relationship factors and its influence of e-banking services towards selected private and public sector banks in erode district .
Sensory evaluation and chemical composition of shrikhand blended with unripe banana published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.R. BHOYAR, P. A. KAHATE, R.R. SHELKE ANDH.V. WADATKAR The present investigation entitled Sensory evaluation and chemical composition of shrikhand blended with unripe banana was undertaken in the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Science Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola during the year 2013-2014. The efforts were made to incorporate the nutritional value of banana in shrikhand and prepared the value added fermented dairy product. The investigation was planned with main objectives to standardize the optimum level of unripe banana pulp in shrikhand, sensory evaluation and determination of chemical composition of shrikhand. It was found that blending of 20 per cent unripe banana in cow milk chakka produce a good and more acceptable quality shrikhand. Regarding chemical composition it was found that, fat, protein, total solids and titratable acidity was decreased with increase in rate of addition of unripe banana while, solids not fat and moisture content was increased with increased in the level of addition of unripe banana pulp in shrikhand.
Radiographic analysis of the restoration of hip joint following open reduction and internal fixation of acetabular fractures: A retrospective cohort study published in

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Dr Navneet Badoni, Dr Pankaj Sharma, Dr Puneet Gupta, Dr Romesh Gaur, Dr Rajender Background: Acetabular fracture remains as a major challenge to orthopaedic surgeons despite of decades of improvement in its operative management. Unfavorable reduction is considered one of the key factors leading to joint degeneration and compromised clinical outcome in acetabular fracture patients. Besides the columns, walls, and superior dome, the postoperative position of hip joint center (HJC), which is reported to affect hip biomechanics, should be considered during the assessment of quality of reduction. Objectives: In this study, we aimed to quantify the postoperative shift of HJC radiographically, and to evaluate the relationship between the shift of HJC and the quality of fracture reduction following ORIF of acetabular fractures. Material and Methods: Patients with a displaced acetabular fracture that received open reduction and internal fixation in the authors institution during the past three years were identified from the trauma database. The horizontal and vertical shifts of HJC were measured in the standard anteroposterior view radiographs taken postoperatively. The radiographic quality of fracture reduction was graded according to Mattas criteria. The relationships between the shift of HJC and the other variables were evaluated. Results: Totally 95 patients with 36 elementary and 59 associated-type acetabular fractures were included, wherein the majority showed a medial (92.0%) and proximal (94.0%) shift of HJC postoperatively. An average of 2.9 mm horizontal and 2.3 mm vertical shift of HJC were observed, which correlated significantly with the quality of fracture reduction (P < 0.001 for both). The horizontal shift of HJC correlated with the fracture type (P = 0.022). Conclusion: The restoration of HJC correlates with the quality of reduction in acetabular fractures following open reduction and internal fixation. Further studies are required to address the effects of HJC shift on the biomechanical changes and clinical outcomes of hip joint, especially in poorly reduced acetabular fractures.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF NEW ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ROXITHROMYCIN IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS BY UV-VISIBLE SPECTROPHOTOMETRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Swapna.G*, Manoj Kumar.T In developing these methods, a systematic study of the effects of various relevant parameters in the methods concerned were undertaken by varying one parameter at a time and controlling all other parameters to get maximum color development, minimum blank color, reproducibility and the reasonable period of stability of final colored species formed. Method 1:A standard solution of roxithromycin of concentration of 1mg/ml was prepared in the 0.1N Hcl and then the absorbance studies were conducted for the solutions by using the uvvisible spectrophotometry. Solvent: Distilledwater, Reagents:0.1N Hcl Wavelength:205nm, Concentration range:2-10?g/ml, In this method, the spectra recorded was very nice and absorbance values gave good linearity. Here the range is extended upto 10?g/ml. Method 2: A standard solution of roxithromycin of concentration of 0.1mg/ml was prepared in F C reagent of 1.2ml was taken in the 0.1N Hcl and then the absorbance studies were conducted for the solutions by using the UV-Visible spectrophotomnetry . water and then the absorbance studies were conducted for the solution by using uv-visible spectrophotometry. Solvent: Distilledwater, Reagents:FcReagent,0.1NHcl Wavelength:410nm ,Concentration range:1-5?g/ml.In this method the spectra recorded was very nice and absorbance values gave good linearity.Here
PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF MODIFIED TURBO CODE FOR DIFFERENT CODE RATE IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sanskriti Bhardwaj*, Dr. Sumit Sangwan In this paper, based on the simulation result the performance of MTC is compared as code rate decreases, the BER performance improves but overhead in the form of code bits increases. It is observed that 𝐵𝐸𝑅 = 10−3 at 𝐸𝑏⁄𝑁0 = 1.5𝑑𝐵 for rate 𝑅 = 1⁄2 CTC which is 0.7𝑑𝐵 and 1.1𝑑𝐵 away from 𝐸𝑏⁄𝑁0 to achieve same BER for rate 𝑅 = 2⁄5 𝑎𝑛𝑑 1⁄3 CTC respectively. For rate 𝑅 = 1⁄2 CTC, 𝐵𝐸𝑅 = 10−6 is shown at 𝐸𝑏⁄𝑁0 = 2.2𝑑𝐵 which is 0.2𝑑𝐵 and 0.3𝑑𝐵 away from 𝐸𝑏⁄𝑁0 to achieve the same BER for rate 𝑅 = 2⁄5 𝑎𝑛𝑑 1⁄3. Hence, the reduction quality of the information signal improves.
Laws of Impossibility of Codominance or Balanced Coronary Arterial Pattern published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Keshaw Kumar Coronary arteries and their branches were dissected in 300 human hearts in order to look for codominance or balanced coronary arterial pattern if any. It was observed that codominance or balanced coronary arterial pattern was not existing in any human heart. Following laws of codominance or balanced coronary arterial pattern were created by Dr. Keshaw Kumar on the basis of results obtained. 1. Crossing of crux by both the coronary arteries in a heart is impossible. 2. Presence of right and left posterior interventricular arteries running in the posterior interventricular sulcus of a heart is impossible. 3. Anastomosis between both the coronary arteries at the crux of a heart is impossible.
Historical Landmarks of the Romanian’s Migration to Germany published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Alexandra Porumbescu, Ph. D. The external migration of Romanians after the fall of the communist regime was one of the processes that most influenced the social and economical landscape of our present. But even before 1990, there was a type of external migration, that of the ethnics, that lead hundreds of thousands of Romanian citizens outside the borders of our country. The aim of this paper is to highlight some historical moments that marked the departure of the German ethnics from Romania, and also to introduce the role of the migration networks in this process. Starting with a brief presentation of the origins of the Romanian communities with German origins, we intended to present the three waves of migration that characterise the path of the Romanian emigrants in Germany: the first wave, immediately after the Second World War, the second one during the communist regime, and the third one – after 1990.
Evaluation of Shoulder Stability During Forceful Arm Exertions published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Kasey Cutlip, Ashish D Nimbarte, Suman Kanti Chowdhury, Majid Jaridi Shoulder musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are a major cause of morbidity and pain in the modern working population. Epidemiological literature suggests that forceful arm exertions pose an increased risk for shoulder MSD development. The majority of shoulder MSDs involve the glenohumeral joint. The glenohumeral joint is characteristically unstable and stabilized by concavity compression mechanism. In this study a biomechanical model of shoulder complex was used to examine the concavity compression mechanism. Mechanical loading of the glenohumeral joint during forceful arm exertions was analyzed to quantify the angular position of the resultant muscle force vector in 3D space. The resultant muscle force vectors were almost always directed anteriorly, medially, and inferiorly, independent of the magnitude and the direction of the external force application. The knowledge gained in this study could possibly be used to quantify strain imposed on the shoulder muscles during forceful arm exertions.
Assessment of Daily Physical Activity in Patients with Type C Liver Cirrhosis published in

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Hiroto Tanaka, Hideyuki Sasaki, Mikio Arita Background/Aims: The liver plays an important role in energy metabolism. In particular, protein-energy malnutrition is a common finding in patients with liver cirrhosis. Analysis of the level of daily physical activity is therefore important in patients with liver cirrhosis. The purpose of this study was to investigate the level of daily physical activity and associations between daily physical activity and liver functions in patients with liver cirrhosis type C. Methodology: Subjects comprised 11 patients with liver cirrhosis type C (mean age, 70.09.8 years; Child A, 6 patients; Child B, 5 patients). Patients with moderate or severe physical disease were excluded. A physical activity monitor was used by all patients for 2 weeks to monitor values such as metabolic equivalents (METs), exercise (Ex; METs x hours), mean daily number of steps, and mean level of daily physical activity. Results: Although serum data for the Child B group showed no significant differences compared with the Child A group, the Child B group showed significant decreases in the frequency of an Ex level >3 METs mean daily number of steps and mean level of daily physical activity. In addition, serum albumin level showed a significant positive relationship with mean daily number of steps (r=0.717, p<0.05) and serum AST level displayed a significant negative correlation to Ex level >4 METs (r=-0.634, p<0.05). Conclusion: A decrease in daily physical activity was associated with decreased liver function, in the form of decreased serum albumin level and increased of serum AST level.
STRUCTURAL, OPTICAL AND PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY CHARACTERISTICS OF SnO2-ZnS NANOCOMPOSITE SYNTHESIZED BY A HYDROTHERMAL METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P.Sakthivel, Alison Christina Fernandez, Joe Jesudurai* SnO2-ZnS nanocomposite was successfully synthesized by a hydrothermal method utilizing tin chloride dihydrate, sodium hydroxide, zinc sulphate heptahydrate and sodium sulphide as precursors. The as-synthesized SnO2-ZnS nanocomposite was characterized by powder X-Ray diffraction for determining the crystalline structure and grain size, the optical properties of the product and band gap energy were studied by UV- visible absorption spectroscopy. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) was also studied. SEM revealed the surface morphology of the sample and the electrical properties were confirmed by dielectric and photoconductivity studies.
SPYWARE PROPOSAL IN WIRELESS AD HOC NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Gary J Nishioka* Background: Is there a role for the maxillary sinus anstrostomy (MSA) in office rhinology which currently is dominated by balloon dilation (BSD)? Introduction: The objective of this study was to retrospectively examine “office rhinology” patients who underwent in-office MSAs and identify relevant qualitative differences when compared to patients who underwent a maxillary BSD procedure, “independent” of clinical outcome or efficacy. Methods: A retrospective chart review was performed over a two-year interval and 5 patients were identified who underwent bilateral MSAs (10 sides total) as an office rhinology procedure for CRS without nasal polyps refractory to medical management with paranasal sinus CT scans showing persistent maxillary sinus radiographic changes. All patients underwent concomitant anterior ethmoidectomies with no other procedures performed, and were followed for a minimum of 4 months. A randomly selected cohort of patients who underwent office maxillary BSD procedures and partial anterior ethmoidectomies were used as a historical reference. Results: 1) MSAs were easily performed and no intraoperative or postoperative complications were encountered. All patients could return to light activity within 48 hrs. 2) Removal of the uncinate process with the MSA provided superior visualization and access to the anterior ethmoid sinuses compared to the maxillary BSD patients. 3) The intact and often medialized uncinate process in maxillary BSD patients made examination of the maxillary sinus dilation site very difficult postoperatively, even with very angled endoscopes. In MSA patients endoscopic inspection of the antrostomy and sinus was very easy. 4) Removal of the uncinate process with the MSA procedure permited easy instrument access into the maxillary sinus if needed. In maxillary BSD patients instrument access into the maxillary sinus was essentially impossible.
PYROGLOBULIN AND HUMAN ARTHROPATHY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Ibrahim M S Shnawa Two cases of pyroglobulins were found among 138(1.45%) arthropathy human patients sera but not from the 25 apparently normal control subjects sera. The first of which was showing; Semi-opaque and viscous precipitate. While the second reveals jelly-like precipitate. These pyroglobulins were coexisted with copyroprecipitates in a rat of 20:138(14.49%).Whereas, these two cases have shown clinical significant concentration of the inflammatory immunoproteins ,CRP 48.5, 57.5 mg /IU/ml and the normoglobulin responses, Rheumatoid factor 57, 68 mg/ml. The author is of the opinion holds that there may be a presence of pyroacting B lymphocyte clones within their immune system components that are involved in this pyroglobulin response initiation and mounting, since it has been reported with different isotypes and different clinical settings, though their rarity.
Missing plants as compared to Flora of Ahmedabad (B.S. Vaidya -1967) with the present study, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India published in

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Dr. Nailesh Patel Ahmedabad is situated in Central Gujarat, it is a largest city of Gujarat state located on Sabarmati river. The floristic diversity is highly diversified in vegetation and has rich number of floristic composition due to topography, climate and edaphic factors which are favourable for such luxurious vegetation. Present paper deals with missing plants from the original flora of Ahmedabad listed by B.S Vaidya (1967). Vaidya has mentioned a total number of 517 plant species in his treatise. Out of these 26 species have not been noticed in the Ahmedabad city and its surroundings during the present survey (2009-10).
Labour Market Situation in Vellore District of Tamil Nadu published in

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Dr. A. Hidhayathulla, T. Saravanan The Collins dictionary defines Labour market as the market in which employers look and compete for workers look and compete for employment. The Labour market may be local, national, international. The labour market situation of a location exerts profound influence on the economic situation of the location. Primary objectives of this research to examine employment structure in Vellore district of Tamil Nadu and to analyze the Labour market situation in Vellore district during the period 2005-06 to 2011-12. This study based on secondary data. Hence, source from District Employment Exchange, District Inspector of Factories Vellore and Statistical Handbook of Tamil Nadu. This study used for comparative analysis to various employment status, labour status, educational-wise employment and sector-wise employment in the period 2005-06 and 2011-12. This study concludes that number of workers in private factories has increased by 27.86 per cent during 2005-06 to 2011-12. However the percentage increase in the factory employment is less than the percentage increase of factories functioning in Vellore District.
Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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R. HIMALINI DEVI The study deals with various aspects of empowerment of women in rural development in India. As women forming about half of the Indias population make a case for developing women empowerment in the country particularly in rural areas. They are, regarded as the better half of the society. In traditional societies, they were confirmed to the four walls of houses performing household activities. In modern societies, they have come out of the four walls to participate in all sorts of activities. The global evidences buttress that women have been performing exceedingly well in different spheres of activities like academics, politics, administration, social work and so on. As such, rural areas are ultimately marked by abject poverty and backwardness. In such situation, rural development by empowerment of women in the country. The study deals with various aspects of rural development such as entrepreneurship, agricultural development, social development, NGOs for the future development of rural people in the country. Therefore, while discussing on women empowerment and development, it seems in the fitness of the context to study about the empowerment of women in rural area in the country. The present study therefore, aims at discussing the growth and problems of women empowerment in rural India.
DETECTION OF STATIC ECCENTRICITY FAULT IN SATURATED INDUCTION MOTORS BY AIR-GAP MAGNETIC FLUX SIGNATURE ANALYSIS USING FINITE ELEMENT METHOD published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
N. Halem, S. E. Zouzou, K. Srairi, S. Guedidi, F. A. Abood Unfortunately, motor current signature analysis (MCSA) cannot detect the small degrees of the purely static eccentricity (SE) defects, while the air-gap magnetic flux signature analysis (FSA) is applied successfully. The simulation results are obtained by using time stepping finite elements (TSFE) method In order to show the impact of magnetic saturation upon the diagnosis of SE fault, the analysis is carried out for saturated induction motors. The index signatures of SE fault around fundamental and PSHs are detected successfully for saturated motor.
Study of Correlation of Cord Blood Bilirubin With Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia. published in

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Dr Tushar Sonawane, Dr. Milind Suryawanshi, Dr. Sagar Sonawane INTRODUCTION: Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (NH) is a universal problem affecting nearly 60% of term and 80% of preterm neonates during first week of life. In significant number (6.5%) of babies, NH is a cause for readmission. The present study was conducted to correlate the Cord Blood Bilirubin (CBB) level with subsequent NH.Methods:Study was performed at the Department of Pediatrics in a Medical College Hospital and Research Centre. Intramurals delivered, 113 Healthy full-term newborns during 1-year period were prospectively enrolled. CBB was estimated. Serum Bilirubin estimation was done at 48 hours and 5 day of age and later if required.Results:Significant NH in our study is 3.5 %. Mean total bilirubin on second post natal day was 10.58 mg/dl and on fifth post natal day was 10.81 mg/dl. Using CBB level of ? 3 mg/dl as a cut-off, NH can be predicted with sensitivity of 100%, specificity of 98.17 %, positive predictive value of 66.67 % and negative predictive value of 100%. Conclusion:A 100% Negative Predictive Value in the present study suggests that in Healthy Term babies (without RH and ABO incompatibility with Cord Blood Bilirubin ? 3 mg/dl ) cord serum bilirubin can help to identify those newborns who are unlikely to require further evaluation and intervention. These newborns can be discharged with assurance to Parents. Babies with CBB level ? 3 mg/dl should be followed more frequently
The critical analysis of the pythagorean theorem and of the problem of irrational numbers published in

Basic Research Journal of Education Research and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Temur Z. Kalanov The critical analysis of the Pythagorean theorem and of the problem of irrational numbers is proposed. Methodological basis for the analysis is the unity of formal logic and of rational dialectics. It is shown that: 1) the Pythagorean theorem represents a conventional (conditional) theoretical proposition because, in some cases, the theorem contradicts the formal-logical laws and leads to the appearance of irrational numbers; 2) the standard theoretical proposition on the existence of incommensurable segments is a mathematical fiction, a consequence of violation of the two formal-logical laws: the law of identity of geometrical forms and the law of lack of contradiction of geometrical forms; 3) the concept of irrational numbers is the result of violation of the dialectical unity of the qualitative aspect (i.e. form) and quantitative aspect (i.e. content: length, area) of geometric objects. Irrational numbers represent a calculation process and, therefore, do not exist on the number scale. There are only rational numbers. Keywords: Pythagorean theorem, geometry, trigonometry, theory of number, mathematics, physics, philosophy of science.
Agriculture Diversification in India published in

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PANKAJ KUMAR Various developing countries like India are shifting from traditional subsistence agriculture to commercial agriculture. Agriculture diversification in India play a vital role in diversifying and commercializing agriculture, adding value to agricultural produce, generate employment, enhance income of farmers, and create surplus for export of processed products. The result shows that consumption patterns are changing towards high value agricultural commodities from traditional agriculture and this is driving the process of agricultural diversification in India. The share of high value agriculture is increasing in the total value of agricultural output and exports. These commodities are the potential sources of future income. There is a need to suitable integrate production and marketing of high value commodities through appropriate institutions. Market reform in institutions through required legal changes would go a way in boosting agricultural growth and promoting exports.
Clustering Techniques Analysis for Microarray Data? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gadekar Priyanka Bharat*1 , Prof. Rathi V. R As the reinforced concrete structure is the most economic & convenient system, they are mostly used in India for low rise buildings. But, because of increased dead load, less stiffness, span restriction and hazardous formwork, for medium to high-rise buildings this type of structure is no longer economic. Therefore, the structural engineers are facing the challenge of striving for the most efficient and economical design solution. Composite material is used for particular interest, due to its significant potential in improving the overall performance through rather modest changes in manufacturing and constructional technologies.There is a great potential for increasing the volume of steel in construction, especially in the current development needs India and not using steel as an alternative construction material and not using it where it is economical is a heavy loss for the country. In the present work, Multistoried Composite and RCC structure are analyzed and designed using software. Comparison includes structural parameters like Shear Force in columns, Twisting moments, Bending moments and axial force ,Deflection, Storey stiffness, Story Drift, displacement of both R.C.C. and Steelconcrete Composite building.Also it includes the seismic design and performance of composite steel-concrete frames i.e time history analysis.
SECURE AUTHENTICATION FOR BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING COLOR PASS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Barkha Patel,Keval Shah,Kevan Godhani Security in Business Management System is an important aspect in maintaining confidentiality of company's essential data. Thereby, a more secure authentication scheme is required. Classical PIN entry mechanism is widely used for authenticating a user. It is a popular scheme because it nicely balances the usability and security aspects of a system. However, this scheme may suffer from shoulder surfing attack. In this attack, an unauthorized user can fully or partially observe the login session. Even the activities of the login session can be recorded which the attacker can use it later to get the actual PIN. We propose an intelligent user interface, known as Color Pass to resist the shoulder surfing attack so that any genuine user can enter the session PIN without disclosing the actual PIN. The Color Pass is based on a partially observable attacker model. The experimental analysis shows that the Color Pass interface is safe and easy to use even for novice users.
Loving Creator, His Creation and Evil in Indian Philosophy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Buddhadev Mandal All existing religions and philosophical schools have accepted that the world was created by some super natural being or God. He is loving creator. But why in this world man has to face so much suffering? Why living beings are facing pain, sorrow, and suffering or so called Evil.
A STUDY ON THE SERVICE QUALITY AND PASSENGERS SATISFACTION TOWARDS DOMESTIC AIRWAYS published in

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Dr. (Mrs.) S.Suma Devi, Ms. Sumitha.P Indian Aviation Industry is one of the fastest growing aviation industries in the world. Till 1991, only Public Airlines in India has enjoyed monopoly in its operations, therefore could dictate its own terms to its passengers who had no other choice but to accept whatever had been available irrespective of Service Quality, Pricing and Hospitality. After liberalization, a rapid revolution has taken place in Indian Aviation Industry. Primarily, it was owned by Government later it was owned by private sector. Earlier only few people could afford air travel, but now it can be afforded by a large number of people as it has become much cheaper because of stiff competition. This study attempt to analyse the Quality of Services offered by Domestic Airways and also analyse the Passengers Satisfaction towards the Services provided by Domestic Airways in Coimbatore City
GLOBALIZATION AND PLIGHT OF TRIBALS OF ODISHA: DISPLACEMENT AND DISPOSSESSION published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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RATNAPRAVA BARIK The paper tries to discuss about the plight of tribals with the advent of globalization. Nature is the gift for the tribals. Forest is the resource of their livelihood. Hills are the play grounds for them. The environment is the roof for their sustenance. With the inception of globalization, they have been worst affected on the ground of displacement and disposition. Under this scenario, their life became a curse for themselves. Economic liberalization, privatization and globalization (LPG) model of development in India is virtually depriving the tribal people of their traditional means of sustainable livelihood by promoting the unregulated growth of mineral-based industries in the tribal regions of Odisha. In the name of modernization and the countrys economic development, the elites in India are taking over the life sustaining resources of the poor and pushing them into a further marginalized state of living as a result of displacing them from their land and homes. Such development serves the interests of these elites while it impoverishes the tribal people and poor peasants in these regions who are dependent on the life sustaining resources of the ecosystems in which they live. The globalization and its forces induced displacement and dispossession in the tribal areas of Odisha. In 21st century, the deprivation of land and forests are the worst forms of oppression that the tribal people face in Odisha.
La aparicin de Thyrinteina arnobia (Stoll) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) de Eucalyptus y su depredacin por Zelus armillatus (Lepeletier y Serville) (Reduviidae: Harpactorinae) published in

EntomoBrasilis

Published by Entomologistas do Brasil
Marliton Rocha Barreto & Pastor Amador Mojena Los lepidpteros ms importantes para el cultivo de los eucaliptos son los defoliadores y en Brasil, algunas especies se encuentran desde el estado de Amazona hasta Rio Grande del Sur. Thyrinteina arnobia arnobia (Stoll) (Lepidptera: Geometridae) se cita como el lepidptero defoliador ms importante en Brasil y algunas especies depredadoras de la familia Reduviidae estn asociados con diversos cultivos forestales. En este estudio se registra la ocurrencia de Zelus armillatus (Lepeletier & Serville) depredando a T. arnobia en plantaciones de eucaliptus en la ciudad de Sorriso, estado de Mato Grosso, Brasil. Registration of Thyrinteina arnobia arnobia (Stoll) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) in Eucalyptus sp. (Myrtaceae) in Sorriso, Mato Grosso and its predation by Zelus armillatus (Lepeletier & Serville) (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Harpactorinae) Abstract. The most important lepidopterans for eucalyptus crop are called defoliators. In Brazil, some species occur from the Amaznia to Rio Grande do Sul State and Thyrinteina arnobia arnobia (Stoll) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) is cited as the most important lepidopteran defoliator in Brazil and some predatory species of the family Reduviidae are associated with various forest crops. Thus, this study recorded the ocorrence of Zelus armillatus (Lepeletier & Serville) preying T. arnobia in eucaliptus crop in Sorriso city, Mato Grosso state, Brazil.
TOPSIS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION MEASURES AND RELATION BETWEEN FINANCIAL RATIOS AND STOCK RETURNS published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Ercan Ozen, Eser Yesildag, Mustafa Soba The purpose of this study is to find out the financial performances of the companies by using TOPSIS, one of the mostly used multi?criteria decision?making methods, and also to measure the relationship between stock returns and the financial performances with financial ratios. For this reason, selected 4 companies trading at Borsa ?stanbul Food Index and their 20 financial ratios between 2000:4 and 2014:3 are used in the study. Finally the relations are investigated by Correlation Analysis. According to analysis, there is no relationship between TOPSIS financial performance scores and return on stocks. When we look at the relationship between financial ratios and return on stocks, there is no significant relationship among variables in 3 out of 4 companies. However, there is a significant positive statistical relationship with only one company. Research results show that stock prices are determined by external factors rather than internal factors in small companies.
IDEAS OF JUSTICE: Relevance of Weber's Approach published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Jan-Erik Lane A book so overall critical as The Idea of Justice by A. Sen requires a Popper inspired examination. The results are that his rejection of Rawls is flawed and that he entirely lacks meta-ethics. The continental Weberian approach to normative enquiry has been severely neglected by many scholars in the Anglo-Saxon tradition, trying in vain to identify the true nature of justice. Jan-Erik Lane"IDEAS OF JUSTICE: Relevance of Webers Approach" 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/ijtsrd174.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/political-science/174/ideas-of-justice-relevance-of-webers-approach/jan-erik-lane
Measurement of Consumer Attitude: Purchase of Green Products published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
R. Satish Kumar Population over explosion made consumers life havoc in satisfying their needs. Consumers are in search of new versions of natural products to protect their health.Corporates are run with commercializing the products with more concern with production and packaging. They are in strategic point to attract consumers towards their new package of green products with in and out spoken messages of environment protection and consumer health well being. Many corporate giants imbibe "Green Marketing" practices which it refers to holistic marketing concept wherein the production, market consumption and disposal of products and services happen in a manner that is less detrimental to the environment. With growing importance of green products usage, this investigation put insight to know the consumer attitude, key issues of green products and influential factors on consumer to purchase green products are measured. The test results envisage female respondents are more conscious about the purchase of green products. The price of the products, packaging, labeling, friends and relatives are the significantly influencing factors. R. Satish Kumar"Measurement of Consumer Attitude: Purchase of Green Products" 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/ijtsrd5959.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/marketing/5959/measurement-of-consumer-attitude-purchase-of-green-products/r-satish-kumar
Development and Quality Evaluation of Coconut Milk Chocolate By Incorporation of Fat and Corn Flour published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mohammed Umar Farooqui, Abdul Raheem M.I, Dorcus Masih The demand of milk product is increasing. Among all the milk products, chocolate is mostly preferred confectionary product. Coconut (Cocus nucifera) is the stone of the drupes borne by the coconut palm, a member of the monocotyledonous family Palmae. It is known as the wonder food and is regarded as perfect diet because it contains almost all essential nutrients needed by the human body. Milk is one of the most important ingredients in chocolate production. Coconut milk may be considered as a substitute for cow milk. Soymilk/Coconut milk can be added in chocolate to improve the texture and to increase the binding capacity of chocolate. The texture, flavor and level of mouth feel are unique characteristics. It may be used by the people who cannot tolerate cow milk. For formulation coconut milk, cocoa powder, GMS, coconut shreds, sugar, corn flour and vegetable shortening was selected. The six samples was prepared. These six samples were analyzed for sensory and chemical and microbial analysis. In sensory evaluation the sample which is having (coconut milk: 130ml, sugar: 100g, cocoa powder: 15g, corn flour: 4g, veg. fat shortening: 6g, and coconut shreds: 32g) was having good flavor, taste, color, texture and mouth feel and overall acceptability.
MATHEMATICAL PROPERTIES OF 9×9 STRONGLY MAGIC SQUARES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neeradha. C. K.*, Dr. T.S Sivakumar, Dr.V. Madhukar Mallayya A magic square is a square array of numbers where the rows, columns, diagonals and co-diagonals add up to the same number. The paper discusses about a well-known class of magic squares; the strongly magic square. The strongly magic square is a magic square with a stronger property that the sum of the entries of the sub-squares taken without any gaps between the rows or columns is also the magic constant. In this paper a generic definition for Strongly Magic Squares is given. This paper focuses on discovering the mathematical properties of 9×9 Strongly Magic Squares
FEATURES ENSURE THE EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR OF UKRAINE'S ECONOMY AND BALANCE OF PARTICIPANTS IN THE AGRICULTURAL MARKET 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�
Kirdan Alexander The subject of the research is the development of agrarian sector of economy of Ukraine. The purpose of this article is to clarify the characteristics of effective development of the agricultural sector of Ukraine's economy and balance of participants in the agricultural market. Objectives of the study: to find out the specifics ensure the effective development of the agricultural sector of Ukraine's economy and to identify the main ways to harmonize and balance the interests of participants in the agricultural market (owners, manufacturers, States). Methods and methodology of research. Methodological basis of research is the dialectical method of cognition. Under this method uses the principle of contradiction. Structural-functional method was used to study the functional relationships in the process of harmonization and balance of interests of participants of the agricultural market (owners, manufacturers, States). The results of the work. The article discusses ways to ensure effective development of agrarian sector of economy of Ukraine. It was found that the agricultural sector of Ukraine is the backbone of the national economy, it also creates a food and economic security, ensures the development of technologically related sectors of the national economy, forming the market of agricultural products and food. It is proved that the agricultural sector is a link, which at this stage could become an engine of national economic development and to give impetus to investment, technological and social recovery in the state. Special attention is paid to specific aspects of the processes associated with the improvement of land relations, the development of individual forms of management and enterprise development and cooperation. The scope of the results: the theory and practice of development of agrarian sector of economy of Ukraine. The conclusions. For the purpose of increasing the efficiency and competitiveness of rural businesses with the participation of the state should: encourage the implementation of various rural businesses of innovative technologies; to provide state investment support in the implementation of innovation and investment projects, to enter a partial compensation of the cost of acquisition of highly productive livestock, equipment, new equipment, etc., all, both small and medium-sized businesses in rural areas; to develop credit co-operatives to provide short-term and long-term micro-loans; to stimulate the development of service cooperatives to provide households agronomic services; to provide for the infrastructure development of local markets for agricultural products; to promote the search for promising markets and protecting the interests of large agribusiness in the international markets; to provide subsidies for agricultural products to small and medium business entities in rural areas; to provide vocational agricultural education by members of private households and private entrepreneurs in rural areas.
Alleviating effect of micro-symbionts on nutrient status and survival of teak seedlings under salt stress published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SWATI SHEDAGE*, N.S. PATIL1 AND D.B. JADEJA2 Seedlings of Tectona grandis L. were planted under different salinity levels viz. normal soil (<4 ECe soil), saline soil (4-8 Ece) and highly saline soil (8-12 Ece) and seedlings were inoculated with Azotobacter + Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi, Azospirillum + vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi and combination of all three. Experiment was repeated for two years and data were recorded at the end of each experiment on nutrient content in different plant parts (leaves, stem and root), chlorophyll content, root colonization and survival per cent. Triple inoculation (Azotobacter + Azospirillum + VAM) significantly and positively influenced the nutrient status and survival per cent of teak seedlings as compared to uninoculated seedlings under salt stress condition. It was followed by dual inoculation of Azospirillum and VAM.
Suitability of Indian potato genotypes for preparation of ready-to-serve canned curries published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUKHPREETKAUR ANDPOONAMAGGARWAL Ready-to-eat canned potato curry made from three potato genotypes namely Kufri Chipsona-1, Kufri Chandramukhi and Kufri Pukhraj were evaluated for quality characteristics in order to determine their suitability for processing. Canned product was stored for a period of 6 months at room temperature to assess its shelf-life properties. Incubation test on the product was carried at 55oC for 45 days. Significant differences in physico-chemical parameters were observed among the genotypes. During storage of canned potato curries, all the quality parameters remained almost stable with the exception of ascorbic acid which decreased during storage, irrespective of genotypes. Physical conditions of cans were found to be satisfactory during storage. Storage study revealed that canned product can be safely stored for up to 6 months with high acceptability ratings. Also, product prepared from Kufri Pukhraj displayed excellent keeping quality during the entire storage period. Incorporation of such potato genotypes into low-cost value added products could serve as an excellent vehicle for enhancing the utilization of this resourceful food crop.
Participation Rights of Child in School: A Study of Perception Among Pre-Service Teacher Trainees published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Madhusudanan. S All human beings have equal rights and should be treated with dignity. Universal Declaration of Human rights are the precursor for the convention on children rights. Children are more vulnerable than adults and can easily be exploited, hence upholding children rights are pivotal. The paper analyses the participation rights of child in the school. The study is descriptive in nature, simple random sampling (n =72) is used and the self-prepared questionnaire is filled in by the respondents. Likert scale is used to study the perception among the pre-service teacher trainees. The results reveal that the pre-service teacher trainees have medium perception, overwhelming majority of respondents have not attended child rights training and there is no difference among gender in perception.
ALTERNATIVES TO ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION IN TEACHING PHARMACOLOGY: COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING TECHNIQUES IN PHARMACY CURRICULUM published in

Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

Published by Innovative Publication
Vadivelan R, Santilna K. S, Elango K, Sirisha S. Computer assisted (CAL) techniques as an alternative to animal experiment is having a greater advantage due to increasing difficulty to perform animal experiments, because of issues related to the procurement of animals, strict regulations and ethical issues. Previously, the practical classes in pharmacology for undergraduate pharmacy course in India included more than 15 animal experiments with frog, mouse, rat, guinea pig, and rabbit and were mandatory for the students to carry out animal experiments to pass the exam. At present in 2014 with the notifications by Pharmacy council of India (PCI) and University Grants Commission (UGC) the animal experiments have been replaced by alternatives with CAL techniques. Typically these techniques can fulfill the learning objectives of B. Pharmacy and Pharm D students to a greater extent and must be implemented with practice in institutes to overcome the barriers.
DESIGN AND MODELLING HILBERT TRANSFORM BASED PHASE DETECTOR FOR ALL DIGITAL PHASE LOCKED LOOP published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anupama Patil*, Dr P.H.Tandel The Phase Locked Loop (PLL) is an almost always used electronics circuit for communication systems like modulator, demodulator, frequency generator and frequency synthesizer etc. All - digital phase locked loop (ADPLL) is digital version of the PLL. In this paper, a novel Hilbert transform based phase detection system for all - digital phase locked loop (ADPLL) is presented. The digital discrete time components are used to realize the phase detector system reducing the complexity of the design. The Hilbert transform based phase detection system provides a definite advantage over conventional analog phase detectors with both sinusoidal and its Quadrature signal. The studied system is modelled and tested in the MATLAB /Simulink environment.
A Peek Into Rfid - Non Technical Perspective published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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Comparative Study Of Visual Outcomes Following Corrective Vitrectomy: Non-Traumatic Versus Traumatic Etiologies published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Mehul A. Shah Introduction: Nucleus drop is a rare and serious complication. We investigated visual outcomes following corrective surgery, and compared outcomes between surgeries that followed traumatic injuries and those where the etiology was nontraumatic. Method: A retrospective cohort study was performed using information collected from medical records regarding cases of vitrectomy performed for nucleus drop. Patients were grouped into traumatic and non-traumatic cases. After pars plana vitrectomy and nucleus removal with use of a phacofragmatome, all data were collected according to a standard follow-up format. Results: Our cohort consisted of 37 eyes of 37 patients. Mean patient age was 58.8+/-9.35, ranging from 31 to 75 years (Table1). Of these cases, 12 (32.4%) were traumatic and 25 (67.6%) followed cataract surgeries. We found that vision in 15 (40.4%) cases improved to more than 6/24 and in 5 (13.5%) it did not improve (>1/60). Conclusion: Visual outcome following corrective vitrectomy for nucleus drop may be satisfactory if managed well; no significant difference in outcome was noted based on etiology.
PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF ENDOCRINE RELATED EMERGENCIES IN DENTAL OFFICE published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
VivekKolhe, Ranjeet Mandwe, Surendra Daware, *Fareedi Mukram Ali Life threatening emergencies may occur in the practice of dentistry. Although the occurrence of life threatening emergencies in dental offices is infrequent, a number of factors exist today that can increase the likelihood of such incidents. These includes i. The increasing number of older persons seeking dental care. ii. Medically compromised patients. iii. Growing trend towards longer dental appointment. iv. Increasing use and administration of drugs in dentistry. Fortunately other factors exist to minimize the development of life threatening situations. These include pre-treatment physical evaluation of each patient which includes medical history of patient, physical examination and possible modifications in dental care to minimize medical risks. Objectives: The aim of this article is to focus the management of patients with endocrine disorders in dental practice. Results and discussion: The article describes the nature of endocrine disorders, their manifestations in oral cavity and the special dental management that should be carried out in these patients.
DEVELOPMENT OF ROBOTIC SWARMS FOR A SPORTS GAME published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Deep Doshi* There are myriad occasions where human inclusions in a situation can be replaced by a robot which does the same task with ease and in a shorter duration of time. With the advent of robotics in each and every field of life this is possible now. But in the field of sports, no such robotics has been associated. In-order to increase the efficiency of the team sports practicing and playing, the introduction of Swarm Robots makes a lot of difference to it. This paper introduces the Swarm Robots which can play the game of Badminton. This helps human players to practice as per their needs and requirements. This Swarms can also be used for search and resuce operation.
AN IMPACT OF LEARNING PROCESS IN PRODUCTION UNDER INTEGRATED VENDOR-BUYER MODEL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
W. Ritha*, S. Poongodisathiya In co-ordination system between vendor-buyer has become an interesting issue to improve the performance of supply chain if learning is stimulated within the supply chain. Learning is the process by which proficiency in performing a repetitive task due to gain in previous work experience as a result of reduction in time or cost. It also leads to falls on increased involvement in production process and also in efficiency level. This paper provides an integrated vendor buyer model for quality inspection errors at the buyer’s end and learning in production process at the vendor’s end. A mathematical model is proposed to find the optimal order quantity and safety factor. A numerical example is provided to illustrate the vendor’s learning in production in the expected joint total cost of the system.
Secure and Privacy-Preserving Summaries for Location-Based Activity published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
P. Purnamani Sai | Mr. K. Phaneendra Activity tracking applications, where individuals record and transfer data about their location based exercises e.g., the courses of their exercises, are progressively well known. Such applications empower clients to impart data and contend to their companions on activity based social networks yet in addition, now and again, to get rebates on their medical coverage premiums by demonstrating they direct standard wellness exercises. Be that as it may, they raise protection and security issues: the specialist co-ops know the correct locations of their clients; the clients can report counterfeit location data, for instance, to unduly boast about their execution. In this paper, we introduce Secure Run, a safe protection safeguarding framework for announcing location based action outlines e.g., the aggregate separation secured and the rise pick up clients to monitor their execution while running, climbing or cycling. This data is gathered utilizing location based services (LBSs) and implanted sensors in cell phones and wearable gadgets. Because of the prevalence of these applications, top portable working frameworks now incorporate APIs that encourage the social affair and sharing of wellness and wellbeing information over various applications and gadgets .A key component of these applications is to empower clients to get to outlines of their exercises and execution measurements and to impart this data to different clients .They can share the aggregate separation secured, the combined height pick up and the way taken amid their exercises. For this reason, activity tracking applications gather and send clients location and wellness information, potentially while they seek after their exercises, to services providers. P. Purnamani Sai | Mr. K. Phaneendra"Secure and Privacy-Preserving Summaries for Location-Based Activity" 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/ijtsrd12971.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/12971/secure-and-privacy-preserving-summaries-for-location-based-activity/p-purnamani-sai
EFFECT OF HARD WATER ON BIOGAS PRODUCTION PROCESS published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
ULI Yusuf Lawal The slurry components of the anaerobic digestion (AD) process systems are important in the production of biogas, water is one such component. This investigation dwells on the effect of water hardness on the AD efficiency for the production of biogas from Acacia macrostachya (AM) leaves. Well, tap and deionized water having varying degree of hardness as measured by EDTA titration, were separately used as water component of AD process for biogas production under ambient temperature conditions. The total hardness of well, tap and deionized water was found to be 478.5, 60.0 and 2.0 mgL-1 respectively. WHO recommended limits of total hardness is 30 - 200 mgL-1 and SON recommended limit is ≤150 mgL-1 in drinking water. Biogas yields were highest for tap water 8.5±0.2 x 10-3 m3 kg-1VS, a little high for deionized water 6.7±0.3 x 10-3 m3 kg-1VS and least for well water 6.2±0.3 x 10-3m3 kg-1VS for the AM substrate. The results indicated that hard water (sourced from well) produced lesser volume of biogas, moderately soft water (sourced from tap) produced more volume of biogas while very soft water (deionized tap water) produced less volume of biogas. Hence, Tap water containing moderate quantity of calcium ions is most preferred for favourable AD process while hard water having higher calcium level and very soft water having very small calcium level are not as suitable for optimum biogas production. Results showed that some level of calcium is required to improve the yield in biogas production and it is toxic to AD systems if present at a much higher level. Keywords: Anaerobic Digestion, Acacia macrostachya, Hard-water, Biogas Production, Digester, Performance.
Primary Decompressive Craniectomy: Effects on Neurocritical Care Management, Long-Term Neurologic Status and Mortality published in

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Bilotta F1*, Lolli S1, Schooley JN2, Soghomonyan S2, Bergese SD2,3, Santoro A1, Roberto Delfini1, Giovanni Rosa1 Objectives: Decompressive craniectomy (DC) is a surgical therapy used to treat patients foreseen to be at risk for high intracranial pressure (ICP). In this retrospective case control study, mortality, ICP values, neurocritical care (NCC) management necessity, and long-term neurologic status were examined in patients treated with DC and in a matched control group. Methods: The primary end-points were all-cause mortality and functional status of NCC patients both at discharge and at a 6 month follow-up. Secondary end-points were ICP values at established time points and the use of advanced NCC therapies. Patients who underwent primary DC were matched with individuals with similar demographic and pre-intervention ICP values who had been treated with standard NCC management alone. Results : Neurologic status outcome at discharge and the 6 month follow-up was significantly better in patients treated with DC compared to those in the control group: Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) 4-5 in 15 versus 5 patients; p = 0.033, and 16 versus 6 patients, p = 0.033. Mortality at 6 months was similar in the study groups (10 versus 16 patients; p = 0.212). ICP values were similar at NCC admission but were better controlled 24 hours after DC than in the control group. Fewer patients treated with DC needed advanced NCC medical therapies. Conclusions: DC is an effective way to normalize ICP levels while reducing the need for aggressive medical therapies. Survival rate and neurological outcome in patients treated with DC were found to be better than in those receiving only medical treatment.
سائنس اور رُوحانیت کی تمثیل،ایک تحقیقی جائزہ published in

Rahat-ul-Quloob

Published by Rahat-Ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta
Prof. Dr saif ul islam ABSTRACT: Spirituality is usually understood as a way of being that flows from a certain profound experience of reality, which is known as ‘mystical’, ‘religious’, or ‘spiritual’ experience.There are numerous descriptions of this experience in the literature of the world’s religions, which tend to agree that it is a direct, non-intellectual experience of reality with some fundam-ental characteristics that are independent of cultural and historical contexts. Spiritual and scientific quests are two complementary inquiries into reality. Any feeling of antagonism between them is a product of a narrow vision. Science deals with what is measurable; religion is the quest for discovering and understanding the immeasurable. A scientist is not intelligent if he denies the existence of the immeasurable. There is nothing that is anti-science but there is a lot that is beyond science. The two quests have to go hand in hand. We not only need to have an understanding of the laws that govern the phenomena occurring in the external world around us but also we need to discover order and harmony in our consciousness. Human understanding is incomplete unless it covers both aspects of reality: matter as well as consciousness. Indeed the division between the scientific and spiritual quests is itself the creation of the human mind. Reality is one undivided whole which includes both matter and consciousness. Our thoughts, being limited by our experience, divide the external world from the inner world of our consciousness, in much the same way as our mind divides time from space though they are both two aspects of a single continuum۔
Phytochemical Studies on Ulva lactuca Linn. published in

Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy

Published by Journal of Harmonized Research in Publications
Babu A, Johnson M*, Patric Raja D Abstract The present study was aimed to explore the phytochemical constituents present in various extarcts of Ulva lactuca Linn and produce the FT-IR, TLC, UV-VIS and HPLC spectrum profile for U. lactuca. Phytochemical screening of the extracts was carried out according to the method described by Harborne. For the HPLC analysis, the methanol: water (45:55) was used as mobile phase. The results of phytochemical analysis revealed the presence of steroids, phenolic groups, alkaloids, saponins, tannins, glycosides and terpenoids in U. lactuca. The UV- VIS profile of aqueous, ethanolic, chloroform, petroleum ether and hexane confirmed various metabolites and functional groups presence in the crude extracts of U. lactuca. The HPLC profile of U. lactuca ethanolic extract showed some prominent and moderate peaks with different retention time. The results of the present study showed that U. lactuca may be rich sources of phytoconstituents which can be isolated and further to exploit for developing plant based drugs for various ailments. Keywords: Ulva lactuca, Phytochemistry, TLC, FT-IR, UV-VIS, HPLC
Investigating the Factors Affecting Talent Identification among Female Basketball Players of High Schools in Islamshahr, Tehran published in

Research in Sport Management and Psychology

Published by Dr Mohammad Nasiri
Farnaz Roashani, Mohammad Sana’ee Background: This paper aims to investigate the factors that affect talent identification process among female basketball players of high schools in Islamshahr, Tehran. Materials and Methods: This research was conducted using a descriptive survey design and data was collected through field work. The population used for the research included all female basketball trainers of high schools in Islamshahr City of Tehran province (360 people) from which 185 trainers were selected through stratified cluster sampling as sample population. A researcher-made questionnaire consisting of 26 questions in 6 components of managerial, financial, structural, human and media-related indices was used to collect data. Content validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by 10 professors and construct validity was also confirmed through factor analysis. Reliability of the questionnaire (0.82) was determined using Cronbach’s alpha. Descriptive and inferential tests of SPSS and Lisrel (confirmatory factor analysis, Kolmogorov-Smirnov, single sample t-test and Friedman) were employed for data analysis. Results and Discussions: The results showed that managerial (P ≤ 0.001, t = 14.4), financial (P ≤ 0.001, t = 13.6) media-related (P ≤ 0.001, t = 19.84), human resource (P ≤ 0.001, t = 23.57), planning (P ≤ 0.001, t = 19.71), and structural factors (P ≤ 0.001, t = 15.41) affect talent identification among female basketball players. Friedman test results also showed that financial, media-related and human resource factors were identified as the most affecting factors in talent identification of female basketball players. Conclusion: Considering the connection between all the affecting factors, focusing on them can help develop talent identification process in girls’ basketball.
Field Level Study on The Impact of Zinc Electroplating Industry Effluent Residue on Growth, Biochemical Characteristics and Yield of Black Gram Vigna Mungo published in

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M.R.Rajan, S.David Noel, V.Palaniselvi The present study deals with the field level study on the impact of different quantities of electroplating industry effluent residue(250, 500, 750, 1000 and 1250mg) on growth, biochemical characteristics and yield of Black gram Vigna mungo . Germination percentage of the Black gram was higher(100%) in T1 and T3 and lower in T5 (80%).Shoot and root length of the Black gram were higher in T3 with 750 mg and lower in T5 with 1250 mg of zinc electroplating industry effluent residue on 60th day. Total fresh and dry weight of Black gram were higher in T3 and lower in T5. Chlorophyll a,b, total chlorophyll, anthocyanin total sugar and total protein was higher in T3 and lower in T5.Free amino acids, L- proline, leaf nitrate and yield of Black gram was higher in T4 and lower in T1. Length and weight of Black gram was higher in T3 and lower in T5.
ATTITUDE TOWARDS MATHEMATICS AMONG XI STANDARD STUDENTS published in

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Dr. S.LEO STANLY The study was undertaken with the objective of identifying the attitude towards mathematics among XI Standard students in Pondicherry region. The present study was conducted on a sample of 151 boys and 154 girls from 9 schools in Pondicherry region. Attitude towards Mathematics questionnaire constructed by the investigator was administered. The mean, median, mode and standard deviation of attitude scores of XI standard students are found to be 69.98, 71, 70, and 17.27 respectively. The mean score indicates that the students achievement in Mathematics is good.
Determination of Minimum Effective Concentration of Honey for Optimal Growth, Metabolism and Silk Production in The Silkworm, Bombyx Mori published in

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S. Sivaprasad,N. Thulasi The sericultural productivity could be effectively modulated by enriching the silkworm diet with exogenous nutrients like honey. The minimum effective concentration (MEC) that ensures optimal larval growth, active metabolism and higher silk production has been determined in Bombyx mori, by a step- down process using four different concentrations (5%, 3%, 2% and 1%) of honey. While the MEC for larval growth was determined by analyzing changes in the body weight and that of silk production and metabolism by assaying protein levels of the silk gland, fat body and haemolymph. The MEC of honey differs from tissue to tissue. While 2% honey evoked optimal response in body growth and silk protein synthesis, 1% honey triggered optimal protein synthesis in the fat body. Hence, 2% honey is recommended as MEC for modulating growth and silk production and 1 % honey for modulating metabolism in the fat body of silkworm.
Review the Status Science of Social Work in Iran published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Mohammad Reza Iravani , and Javad Teleschi Yekta Modern complexities of human, specific condition of society and social mental pressures are resulting from obstreperous life to recent century and presenting services and social measures to stabilize family and health society, social work is a kind of social need. In fact, nowadays more complicate life, social environment in simple and traditional form to contribute and difficult term beside to unlimited proficiencies provide different problems. Human in various, complicated and evaluated world with abundant ambiguity cannot know his abilities and capacities without effective help of information, sympathetic and eager people to make a successful identification and overcome problems. In all cases he or she asks social work re to understand him or herself and makes proper decision. According to importance of social work and his decision in present study is conducted by history and the status of social work in Iran and the world
The Significance of The CoachAthlete Relationship published in

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Dominteanu Teodora Communication is the art of successfully sharing meaningful information with people by means of an interchange of experience. Coaches wish to motivate the athletes they work with and to provide them with information that will allow them to train effectively and improve performance. Communication from the coach to athlete will initiate appropriate actions. This however, requires the athlete to receive the information from the coach but also to understand and accept it.
Utilization of sapota pulp in the preparation of Shrikhand published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.D. SHAMBHARKAR, R.R. SHELKE, S.G. GUBBAWAR AND P.M. BHARAD The study was conducted at Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying at Dr. Panjabaro Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola. An efforts was made to produce a novel fermented milk product. Further efforts were made to standardize the optimum level of sapota pulp in the preparation of Shrikhand by sensory evaluation and to study its economics. Shrikhand was prepared from cow milk chakka with constant level of sugar (40 per cent by weight of chakka) blended with varying levels of sapota pulp at the rate of quantity of chakka i.e. 5 % (T 2 ), 10 % (T 3 ), 15% (T 4 ) and 20 % (T 5 ). Treatment T 3 (93.72) showed highest overall acceptability than other treatments. Fat content of Shrikhand, treatment T 1 (8.05 per cent ) showed highest fat content among all the treatments. Total solid content of Shrikhand was highest in T 1 (65.65 per cent) and lowest in T 5 (54.31 per cent ). For protein content treatment T 1 (6.15 per cent ) was significantly higher than rest of the treatments. Titratable acidity was highest in T 1 (1.86 per cent ) and lowest in T 5 (1.69 per cent). For sugar content, treatment T 1 (41.11 per cent ) showed highest sugar over rest of the treatments. Cost of production of 1 kg Shrikhand was lowest in T 5 (Rs. 66.96) and highest in T 1 (Rs. 68.80). Increase level of sapota pulp showed slight decrease in cost of production of Shrikhand.
Melioidosis in Andrha Pradesh,India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.P.Lakshmi vasantha, Dr.K.Sai Leela Melioidosis is endemic disease in South East Asia & Northern Australia. Significant number of cases were reported from India, especially from South India. But only few cases were reported from Andhra Pradesh state.It was recognized as emerging disease in India. Here we report a case of melioidosis with septicemia in a diabetic individual from Andhrapradesh. Patient presented with multiple abscesses in liver and spleen.Pus culture from liver abscess and blood culture yielded Burkholderia pseudomallei.Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment by followingguidelines is needed for the management of this disease.
Profile of Patients With Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Rangnath D, Dr. D. Shanker Mahadev, Kokiwar Pr Background: GERD has traditionally been considered less common in Asian countries in comparison to western world. Recent studies indicate that its prevalence in India ranges between 8-20% which is comparable to that in the west. Objective: To study the cases of GERD presenting at Niloufer Hospital Methods: 106 children under the age of 122 months admitted to Niloufer hospital with history of symptoms and signs suggestive of GERD were studied, the period of study jan 2011 to jan 2014. Selection of cases was based on the clinical signs and symptoms based on the criteria as per the criteria given by American Academy of Pedicatrics. Milk scan was done. Results: The male predominance is clearly seen. 69.8% of males vs. only 30.2% of females. It is observed that cases are coming from all over the Andhra Pradesh. But predominantly they are from Hyderabad (26.42%) and Ranga Reddy District (19.81%). It is found that the 59.4% had signs and symptoms suggestive of GERD but they are normal on milk scan. Among the positive cases, grade II constituted the most cases i.e. 13.21%, followed by grade IV i.e. 10.4%. Conclusion: GER is common in infants but GERD is not so common in early childhood. Most infants have physiological reflux and need minimal intervention as their symptoms resolve by 18 months of age.
Frequency of Ras Mutations (Kras, Nras, Hras) in Human Solid Cancer published in

Eurasian Journal of Medicine and Oncology

Published by Hilmi Kodaz
Hilmi Kodaz, Osman Kostek, Muhammet Bekir Hacioglu, Bulent Erdogan, Cagnur Elpen Kodaz, Ilhan Hacibekiroglu, Esma Turkmen, Sernaz Uzunoglu, Irfan Cicin RAS oncogene affects numerous cellular functions including growth, proliferation, apoptosis, migration, division and differentiation of the cells. It has 3 known isoforms as Harvey- RAS (HRAS), Kirsten - RAS (KRAS) and Neuroblastoma- RAS (NRAS). RAS has an intrinsic GTPase activity. It encodes proteins binding the guanine nucleotides. KRAS and HRAS were discovered in studies carried out on viruses leading to cancer. Retroviral oncogenes related to murine sarcoma virus genes (Kristen Rat Sarcoma Virus and Murine Sarcoma Virus) were discovered in 1982. These two oncogenes are similar to human KRAS. Approximately 30% of all human cancers have ras genes. Mutations in KRAS account for about 85% for all RAS mutations in human tumors, NRAS is about 11–15%, and HRAS is about 1%.
Identification and molecular characterization of the enteric bacteria isolated from street food samples. published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

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Adity Bhowmik Food is an essential component for sustaining life but if contaminated can cause illness and even death. Microbial contamination of ready-to-eat foods sold by street vendors and hawkers has become a major health problem. The objective of this study was to find out the presence of Shigella, Salmonella, E. coli and Vibrio spp. in different types of solid and liquid food samples consumed by students and staff members of East West University Aftabnagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, using biochemical, molecular and antibiotic sensitivity techniques.
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.
Load Shedding Management published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Itika Sharma | Shavet Sharma In our country we are facing tremendous problems because of electricity shortage and the J&K state is on top. We are considered rich in production of electricity but the truth is we are not getting the desired. The solution is implementation of latest and emerging technologies like IOT and Microcontrollers in electrical domain. The paper describes the need of technology for load shedding process. Itika Sharma | Shavet Sharma"Load Shedding Management" 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/ijtsrd18364.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/18364/load-shedding-management/itika-sharma
THE INFLUENCE OF PROCESS PARAMETERS ON MICROHARDNESS AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FSW ALUMINIUM 5083 ALLOY BUTT JOINT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
B. Ravindar, Dr. K. Gururaj, Dr.A.Somi Reddy Recently the air craft and military industries widely have been using aluminium alloys particularly because of their fine strength to weight ratio. However in compare with steels they represent welding difficulties and also lower ductility. The purpose of the present study was to determine the effects of friction stir welding (FSW) parameters, which are the tool rotation speed, Welding speed, Too tilt angle. The Micro hardness an d mechanical properties of butt joint Aluminum Alloy (Al 5083) sheets of thickness 4mm. The microstructure examinations and mechanical test results indicated that the joint properties were significantly affected by FSW parameters. Due to high strength, goo d welding properties, increased wear and corrosion resistance and high strength - to weight ratio, Aluminium 5083 is widely used in Ship building, Rail cars, Vehicle bodies, Tip truck bodies, Pressure vessels. Friction Stir Welding is an emerging solid state joining process in which the material that is being welded does not melt and recast. This process uses a non - consumable tool to generate frictional heat in the abutting surfaces. The welding parameters and tool profile play major roles in deciding the we ld quality. In this investigation, an attempt has been made to understand the effect to tool rotational speed (rpm), welding speed (mm/min) and Tool tilt angle (degrees) on 5083 Aluminium Alloy Plates of thickness 4mm. A sound and defect - free weld was ach ieved with a tool rotation speed of 1100 rpm, welding speed of 100mm/min and tool tilt angle of 910. From this investigation it has been found that the tool rotational speed had little effect a heat input and tensile properties, weld properties were domina ted by thermal input rather than the mechanical deformation by tool tilt angle for the plate thickness 4mm. In our Investigation we are using straight cylindrical pin profiled tool produces mechanically sound. The effect of welding process on mechanical pr operties of welded joints was analyzed on, Impact, Micro hardness properties and Scanning Image Microscope. The mechanical properties of weld joint are affected greatly with the variation of welding parameters i.e. Tool rotational speed, Welding speed and Tool tilt angle.
Non-Linear Controller for Electric Vehicle based on Indian Road Conditions published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
Poorani Shivkumar A nonlinear controller namely sliding mode controller has been designed for the modeled transfer function of DC shunt motor based Electric Vehicle Drive, which takes into account Vehicle parameters, Motor Parameters and Indian Road conditions. The performance analysis of PI controller as well as sliding mode controller based on trending law for the developed transfer function has been analyzed and quantified that sliding mode controller is better and robust for Electric vehicle suitable for Indian road conditions.
To Study the Correlation Between Serum Uric Acid Levels and Acute Ischemic Stroke. published in

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Bakkialakshmi*, G.Jayaranjani, Curcumin is a lipid soluble polyphenolic antioxidant obtained from curcuma longa.However, the most intriguing aspect of this compound is that it shows a wide array of pharmaceutical activity, including potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-carcinogenic properties.One of the disadvantages of curcumin limiting its physiological activities is its insolubility in aqueous Solution, through it is possible to increase its solubility in water by forming inclusion complexes with water soluble host. There are several studies on host - guest complex formation of curcumin.Formation of such host guest systems can be proved by observing absorption and fluorescence changes in curcumin. The photo - physical properties of curcumin vary(leave space) significantly depending on the medium and therefore act as suitable tools for following the inclusion behaviour to different systems. Cyclodextrin are one of the most widely used synthetic model host cavities, which provide a conical cavity for the water insoluble guests to be encapsulated, thereby making the water soluble.Here, an attempt has been made to estimate the formation constant of 1:1 curcumin and hydroxypropyl ?-cyclodextrin (H?- CD) complex by following the absorption and fluorescence properties. The formation constant of the complex was determined by following absorption, fluorescence spectral changes.
BIOLOGICAL APPROACH OF MAGNESIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIZE BY SPIRULINA PLATENSIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohammad Irfan Ali1*, Gaurav Sharma1, Manoj Kumar2, Nakuleshwar Dut Jasuja1, Rajgovind1 Background-The present study explores extracellular synthesis of magnesium oxide nanoparticles (MgO NPs) using the aqueous extract of Spirulina platensis. Biosynthesized MgO NPs were characterized by UV-Vis spectroscopy, XRD and FTIR studies and finally tested for antibacterial activity. Methods- Biosynthesis using extract of S. platensis showed the formation of well scattered, highly stable, spherical MgO NPs with an average size of 30-40 nm. The size and morphology of the nanoparticles were confirmed by SEM and TEM analysis. Results- Furthermore, the synthesized nanoparticles exhibited good antibacterial activity against pathogenic gram-negative i.e. Escherichia Coli- MTCC-9721, Proteus vulgaris- MTCC-7299, Klebsiella pneumonia- MTCC-9751 and gram-positive i.e. Staphylococcus aureus- MTCC- 9542, S. epidermidis- MTCC- 2639, Bacillus cereus- MTCC-9017 bacteria. The MgO NPs had shown maximum zone of inhibition (ZOI) i.e. 25.30.48 in S. aureus- MTCC-9542. Conclusion- Use of such a biological method provides a simple, cost-effective alternative model for the synthesis of nanomaterials in a large scale that could be exploit in biomedical applications.
Practicing The Curriculum : A Case Study From Kerala published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Mariya T Cheeran Rajagiri Family Counseling Centre (FCC) works to strengthen the social fabric of the locality by preventing families from breaking up and promoting harmony in the family, is initiated and operated by the Department of Social Work, Rajagiri college of Social Sciences, Ernakulum, Kerala. Many thousands of people are benefitting from this cell every year. The author was the coordinator of this departmental activity. This paper explains the operations and objectives of Family Counseling Centre. This paper may act as baseline document for similar initiatives across globe, especially in developing and undeveloped countries.
IDENTIFICATION OF ISOMORPHISM OF KINEMATIC CHAINS USING DIFFERENT KINEMATIC PAIRS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sayeed Ahamad Mechanical engineering design involves intuition, experience, process analysis syntheses. In this paper, an attempt has been made to provide to identification of isomorphism among the kinematic chains using different kinematic pairs, by considering the examples of pump mechanisms for a manual hand pump and nose wheel assembly for a small aircraft . By using link - link form of the modify adjacency matrix and elements of the matrix was chosen as one and zero depending on t he absence or presence of a connection in between the joints. The proposed method is applied for determining the characteristic polynomial equations of these mechanisms and comparing manual hand pump to the nose wheel assembly for detecting the isomorphism
Perception of parents whose children have rheumatic heart disease at a referral hospital, Kenya published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Myra Koech, Titus Ngeno Objectives; Rheumatic heart disease remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Africa, especially amongst the young population. This paper set out to explore the views of parents whose children have rheumatic heart disease, in regard to their experiences in taking care of the affected child and its overall effect on their families. Study design; Focused group discussion. Methods; This was a study carried out at the Moi teaching and referral hospital, pediatrics cardiology clinic between October 2011 to October 2012.Ten parents comprising five mothers and five fathers of different children were randomly selected from a pool of telephone records of patients with rheumatic heart disease and were attending the pediatric clinic. Two separate focused groups comprising fathers and mothers were formed and piloted open ended questions were used to conduct the discussion. Results; Living with a child who has rheumatic heart disease causes financial difficulties and uncertainities,and parents are unable to afford the cost of surgery. The genesis of rheumatic heart disease is not well understood and there is a constant fear of the childs impending death. Conclusions; For children with already set in rheumatic heart disease , subsidies for surgical care needs to be provided immediately so as to avoid complications and the chronicity associated with uncorrected rheumatic heart disease. Families need psychological support upon diagnosis of a child with rheumatic heart disease. Keywords: rheumatic heart disease, parental perceptions, referral hospital
Optimal Hybridization of Renewable Energy Systems to Improve Energy Efficiency published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Rajashekar P Mandi and Udaykumar R Yaragatti Energy is the prime mover of the economic growth and developmental process. To enhance the energy security of India, use of renewable energy is the utmost important. Electrical energy is the richest form of energy which is having an important role in Industrial growth. Depleting fossil fuel resources which form about more than 60 % of Indian energy generation cannot prime the growth process that is sustainable. They need to be gradually replaced by renewable sources of energy, which are perennial in nature. The increasing gap between power supply and demand is alarming the power industry to work hard in reducing the gap. In order to achieve the sustainable energy growth with the increased population and energy demand and to provide more energy to the rural populations, the non-conventional and renewable energy sources need to be installed and used [1]. The energy resource like solar radiation & wind data are measured, the energy availability, reliability of energy systems and economics of the systems are carried out by using a HOMER and MATLAB Simulink software. This paper discusses about the improving of energy efficiency by hybridization of different forms of renewable energy sources with respect to energy availability, reliability, cost, ease of operation and maintenance, etc, with detailed discussion.
Impact of Social Networking Sites on Academic Performance of Adolescents in Coimbatore city published in

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Dr.M.Kanagarathinam Quality education produces productive students who lead to the prosperity of their respective educational institution. They are proved as strong contributors to the national well-being. Since the introduction of social network sites, communicating with friends and family has been easy. Social networking can positively or negatively affect educational performance of students and hence must be managed efficiently. Adolescents consume a lot of time on social networking sites uploading/downloading, getting information concerning their career/academic work, chatting with friends and watching online movies. Students find it difficult to study for one hour without logging in to networking sites. Some students become very smart because of these sites while some become very poor academically. The present study focuses on finding the total number of social networking sites subscribed by the adolescent students, analyses how social networking sites are used as a platform for educational and finds the purpose of students usage of social networking sites.
REDEFINING THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF CHARISMATIC LANGUAGE TEACHERS IN CREATING SUPPORTIVE ACADEMIC ATMOSPHERE THROUGH STUDENTS’ MOTIVATIONAL AROUSAL published in

Jurnal Sosial Humaniora

Published by LPPM ITS
Adi Suryani Charismatic language teachers have considerable potentials to nurture motivations in their students. They have personal magnetism which frequently they exhibit through their characters, communication, and how they develop relationship with their students. Charismatic teachers tend to be energetic, emphatic, warm, express confidence, love challenge, communicate vision, develop warm communication, put concern, trust, be inspiring and motivational. These characters allow them to be role model and inspire their motivation to their students. Their trusting behaviour also can lead to the creation of supportive classroom climate since supportive learning situation needs sense of autonomy. By having this sense of autonomy, students can voice their perspectives, beliefs and finally develop their autonomy self-regulation. By using their personal aura, charismatic language teachers can stimulate their students’ inner motivation.
Parametric Test for Mean Using Maple Programme published in

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P. V. Pushpaja Here we present a general parametric method for testing the mean of any distribution using Maple Programme. By obtaining the first four central moments of the test statistics its distribution is fitted as a member in the Generalized Lambda Distribution (GLD) family under both the null and alternative hypotheses. To fit the distribution and to evaluate the power of the test, computer programmes in Maple language are provided. The method can be applied for any unimodal continuous distribution.
Learning Style Preferences of Secondary School Students in Relation to Achievement Motivation Belonging to Non Working Mothers published in

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Sunita Learning style preferences among secondary school students of non-working mothers from Jammu district (J&K) in relation to achievement motivation were studied. The results found significant cumulative effect of intelligence, achievement motivation and sex on learning styles of secondary school students.
Saubhagyvati!!Manovishleshnatmak Adhyyan published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ternary cobalt complexes with amino acids: potentiometric study, modelization and solid-state investigation published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Schahrazede Aomraoui, Achour Terbouche, Karim Beddar, Safia Djebbar*, Ouassini Benali-Baitich, Gilles Bouet A study in solution of new ternary complexes of cobalt (II) with the tetradentate ligand Schiff base (N,N-bis (2-hydroxy acetophenone) ethylenediimine; H2L) as primary ligand and the amino acid (histidine or tryptophan) as the secondary one has been realized by potentiometry. The stability constants of the complexes have been determined with the calculation program SIRKO. It has been found that the ternary complexes are more stable than the corresponding binary ones. The study has been completed by modelization of all the species found in solution by molecular mechanics with the program EMO (Energy of Molecule). The complexes isolated in powdered form were characterized by elemental analysis, molar conductance, IR spectra, magnetic and electronic spectra. The spectral results support the binding of H2L with two N and two O donor sites to cobalt ion and the binding of histidine or tryptophan by monodentate maner with O donor site, giving an octahedral geometry. Magnetic and Electronic results show that the Cobalt (II) has been oxidized to Co(III) and has a low spin configuration.
Community Based Study on Association of Complementary Feeding and Malnutrition in Rural and Urban Areas of Aligarh published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Saira Mehnaz, Prof. Zulfia Khan, Prof. Najam Khalique, Prof. Ali Amir Introduction: Reduction of child malnutrition is one of the prime challenges that India faces. Nearly 60 million Indian children are estimated to be underweight. Timely complementary feeding is one of the important predictors of under nutrition. Methods: This community based cross-sectional, descriptive study was conducted in the field practice areas of the Rural and Urban health training centres of the Department of Community Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. A sample of 700 children under two years of age was chosen for the study. Results: Only 48% children started complementary feeding on time.Total malnourished children in the study population were 82.4%.There were significant rural urban differences in Knowledge, attitude and practices of Complementary feeding. Conclusion: Grade IV malnutrition was maximum in the age group of 12-24 months , highest percentage of late intake of complementary food was also observed in more than 12 months children.
CALCIUM AND IRON STATUS IN ASTHMA PATIENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.V.Umalakshmi 1M.D, *Dr.K.Bhargavi2M.D, Dr.V.RatnaKumari3M.D, Dr.M.GouriDevi4M.D Introduction: Asthma is associated with airway hyperresponsiveness correlated with variable airflow obstruction. Calcium is the second messenger regulating airway smooth muscle contraction. Abnormalities in calcium homeostasis is manifested by increase flux of calcium and alteration in calcium regulatory proteins playing a critical role in airway smooth muscle hyperactivity in asthma. Iron metabolism is of crucial importance in the pathophysiology of the lower respiratory tract. Aim: To measure the levels of serum Calcium, serum Iron in patients with stable asthma and exacerbating asthma and to predict the severity of asthma. Materials & Methods: A case control study of 120 was conducted including 40 controls, 40 of Stable Asthma Group and 40 of Exacerbating Asthma patients. Results: Showed significant increase of Calcium (p<0.0001) in asthma with exacerbation (20.89 2.32) compared to that of control group (9.618 0.86). Serum Iron (p<0.0001) in patients of asthma with Exacerbations (201.73 11.59) compared to that of control (111.8 12.21).No statistical significance was observed in Stable asthma when compared to controls. Conclusion: Calcium and Iron levels increased significantly in Exacerbating asthma when compared to Stable asthma patients.
EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF ANTI-DIABETIC ACTIVITY AND ANTI HYPERLIPIDEMIC EVALUATION OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF SENNA ALATA IN ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETIC RATS published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rama Swamy Nanna*, Archana Pamulaparthi, Vamshi Ramana Prathap1, Mahitha Banala Senna alata (Syn. Cassia alata) is an ethnomedicinal plant belonging to the family Fabaceae. A number of bioactive constituents which contribute to the medicinal properties are attributed to the species. The present study is aimed to evaluate the anti diabetic activity attributed to the species and also to evaluate the anti hyperlipidemic potential of the species using various standard experimental models available. Acute toxicity studies of aqueous leaf extracts of S. alata were performed upto a dose of 2500mg/kg bodyweight of rats and a dose of 200 mg/kg was selected for the present study. Aqueous leaf extracts of S. alata showed a significant (P<0.01) anti diabetic and anti hyperlipedimic potential in alloxan induced diabetic rats within 15 days of induction of diabetes and the antidiabetic potential of the species may be due to the presence of flavonoids.
STUDIES OF CHANGES OF SOME BLOOD PARAMETERS AMONG WORKERS OF CEMENT OF EL MA EL ABIOD TEBESSA ALGERIA published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
M. Aouimeur,T. Goudjil, A. Rouabhia, M. Hamiri In Algeria, the industrial development engenders the appearance of the sanitary and environmental problems resulting from the pollution due to these certain industries such as the industry cimentire. With the aim of estimating the sanitary state of the workers of the cement works; a study was made for 30 workers of the cement works. This study is based on the determination of the values of 07 parameters hmatologiques (red blood cells, haemoglobin, hmatocrite, average spherical volume, The corpuscular concentration averages in haemoglobin, The corpuscular content averages in haemoglobin and the number of white blood cells) and two parameters considered as markers premature of the inflammation (sedimentation speed and protein-C-reactive). These results are compared with two other populations, one of the inhabitants of the region and other one of the inhabitants far from the cement works avec 60 km. The statistical analyses are based on the comparison of the variances and the analysis in main constituent (ACP). The comparison of the variance of the various variable of the individuals show a resemblance between the workers and the inhabitants close to the cement works but significant differences appeared between both populations and those of the cement works for some parameters. The global analysis of these results with the ACP showed a general coherence. The observation of the groups allowed removing some peculiarities.
AUTOMATIC BOTTLE CAP STAMPING MACHINE FOR SMALL SCALE BOTTLE INDUSTRIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Onkar Salvi* , Gopal Pawar, Sagar Mudshi, Akshay Naik, Sameer Gawade Our objective is to make machinery for stamping details on water bottle cap. As company is small scale company it requires a machine with low cost, high accuracy, less floor area and less interaction of human being. We made a machine with same requirement using Geneva mechanism for indexing purpose which reduces human interaction. For stamping we use electromagnetic actuator which is actuated using ultrasonic sensors to read the location of cap under the plunger. Geneva table reduces the floor area and also makes the loading, unloading and indexing simple in one mechanism. Using sensors stamping becomes automatic and overall cost becomes very low as compared to the machineries used in industries like laser printing and all.
PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION OF SOLAR PARABOLIC TROUGH CONCENTRATOR USING BLACK PAINT COATING ON THE ABSORBER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohsin Ali*1, Earnest VinayPrakash2 & Dr. Ajeet Kumar Rai This paper is based upon an experimental study of two different parabolic trough collectors which have been designed, fabricated and evaluated to derive a comparison between their performances, in producing hot water, by using a black coated receiver tube and an uncoated receiver tube. The Parabolic Trough Solar Collectors uses Stainless steel sheet in the shape of a parabolic cylinder to concentrate and reflect the radiations from the Sun towards an absorbing receiver tube made of Galvanized Iron (G.I), located at the focus line of the PTC. The receiver tube in the first PTC is uncoated whereas the second PTC consists of a black enameled receiver tube. The receiver tube assimilates the incoming radiations leading to their transformation into thermal energy which is further transported and collected by a fluid medium circulating within the receiver tube.
Productivity of crossed indigenous pigeon in semi intensive system published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
M. Ashraful Kabir This experiment has been done to evaluate productivity of crossed indigenous pigeon (Columba livia domestica) fed with mixed and broiler grower in pre-laying, after hatch (7 days) and above 7 days which is squab suckling phases in semi intensive cages. There are 5 couples of crossed indigenous pigeon used in this experiment, and each couple is placed in individual cages. The result indicate that the average egg production is 2 eggs/period (1.750.43), average egg weight 11 g (11.171.07), percentage of fertility was 99.420.64 and hatching rate 98.921.04, embryo mortality rate 1.170.37, interval period between two egg laying was in average 37.173.74 days. Each couple of pigeon need 40 g feed/day in pre-laying in 2 times daily, 240 g suckling stage for 3 times; these are based on the total feed consumption of mixed feed with broiler feed. Observed feed consumption there were significant differences between egg laying and hatching or suckling stage. Lowest squab weight was found at the stage of 1st week 57% (39.4319.88) and highest 91.25% (146.4310.59) at the 3rd week of age. Overall maternal ability for reproduction was observed 99.420.76 in both male and female. Keywords: Pigeons, productivity, poultry, semi intensive system
The Socket Shield Technique using Bone Trephine: A Case Report - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Haseeb Al Dary1*, Abeer Al Hadidi2 Background: To avoid tissue alterations of the ridge after tooth extraction the socket shield technique was first introduced in 2010 by Hurzeler. It was suggested that instead of extracting the whole tooth, the buccal aspect of the root could be left intact to pre-serve the buccal plate of bone and prevent post extraction resorption, at the same time an immediate implant is placed; this would lead to an optimal stable esthetic result after the final delivery of the restoration. To extract the tooth while keeping the buccal aspect intact, a fissure bur is used to cut the tooth mesiodistaly then the lingual aspect of the tooth is extracted leaving a socket where the implant is to be placed. Materials and Methods: In this case report a bone trephine was used to take out the remaining root on tooth number 24 leaving an organized rounded section of the palatal/lingual extraction site with a semi lunar internal shape of the buccal aspect of the root that will receive an implant. Results after the implant prosthesis was delivered an unchanged emergence profile was noted. The pre operative cone beam computer tomography (CBCT) showed that there were no signs of infection and that the buccal plate was intact. The post-operative CBCT showed the same unchanged findings. Conclusion: Socket shield represents a promising technique to preserve the buccal plate of bone allowing for immediate implant placement. This helps in achieving an ultimate aesthetic outcome that may imitate the natural emergence profile of the neighboring dentition. In this case report we demonstrate that preparing the shield with a tre-phine may be of a great advantage.
Case Report on Rhabdomyosarcoma Mass Per AbdomenDiagnostic Dilemma published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Sonika Dahiya, Dr Shabina Khan, Dr Usha Jain Unmarried lady came with C/O mass per abdomen since 8 days.She had a scan report showing left adenexal complex mass showing ovarian malignancy.ON GPE showed vague mass.Cone Needle Biopsy showed as poor differentiated carcinoma.Exploratory laparotomy done.Chemotherapy given and patient improved.
Waste Management Practices of an Educational Institution published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Carlo M. Punongbayan, Sheena P. Abu, MarrielDanise P. Arago, Michelle G. Caponpon, Alyssa Marie C. Geron, Maela P. Leyesa, Jennie Margaret Apritado, Abigail Manzano The study aimed to assess the waste management practices of LPU-B. Specifically, it determined the level of effectiveness of Waste Management Practices of LPU-B in terms of: collection strategies, disposal and recovery and processing of waste materials; determined the problems encountered on waste disposal practices tested the significant difference on Waste Management Practices in LPU-B and finally, proposed an action plan that will improve the Waste Management Practices of LPU-B. This research utilized descriptive method of research. The descriptive research is also known as statistical research that describes data and characteristic about what practices, level of effectiveness and recovery and processing. The respondents of the study were the staff and heads of different offices/department. One hundred and one (101) respondents were chosen randomly and purposively. The researchers used a questionnaire as the main gathering instrument. The researchers concluded that waste management practices of LPU-Bwas effective in terms of collection, disposable, recovery and processing as perceived by the respondents. Problems occurred specifically that disposal areas of waste materials were not strategically located. Moreover, means of recovering and reusing such waste were not strictly implemented.
Effect of Dietary Energy Restriction on Blood Parameters of Non Descript Indian Buck at Thermonuetral Environmental Conditions published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Hari abdul Samad, Dr. Shyma K. latheef, Dr. Anuraj K.S, Dr. V.P. Maurya The present trial was conducted to evaluate the effect of dietary energy level on the Blood parameters (Hemoglobin, Packed Cell Volume, and Glucose ) in non descript Indian buck. The study comprised of eight native breeding bucks of uniform age and body weight which were considered as control animals forthe first 10 weeks and as treatment group for next 10 weeks in order to avoid the individual variations between animals. The control animals were provided with full feeding as per ICAR requirement and the treatment groupwere fed with fifty percentage concentrate restriction. Blood was collected once weekly from both control group and treatment group for estimation of blood parameters.Both PCV and Hb% reduced significantly (P<0.05) in treatment group than control .Serum glucose concentration reduced significantly (P<0.05) in treatment group in 2ndweek, then increased to a significant level (P< 0.05) with control and again reduced significantly from 5thweek onwards. From the study, it can be concluded that even in 50% concentrate restriction, animal can readjust blood parameters as an adaptive mechanism for maintenance of homeostasis.
Pembinaan Kerohanian Gereja Bethel Tabernakel dalam Konteks Kebudayaan Toraja published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Yonatan Sumarto, Peter Anggu Penulisan ini bertujuan untuk menambah wawasan dan mengembangkan pola pikir para hamba Tuhan yang melayani di Tana Toraja mengenai keberadaan dan fungsinya di tengah-tengah masyarakat Toraja yang masih terikat pada adat dan kebudayaannya. Manfaat lain dari tulisan ini adalah sebagai suatu acuan dan tuntunan praktis bagi para hamba Tuhan dalam GBT khususnya yang melayani di Tana Toraja, untuk mendiskusikan lebih lanjut tentang cara memanfaatkan kebudayaan suku Toraja, agar dapat menemukan suatu cara yang lebih efektif untuk pembinaan rohani GBT pada masa sekarang dan yang akan datang. Sejalan dengan permasalahan dan tujuan penulisan ini, penulis mengadakan penelitian yang difokuskan pada konteks kebudayaan Toraja, untuk mengetahui dan mengkontekstualisasikan elemenelemen yang positif dalam kebudayaan suku Toraja untuk pembinaan kerohanian GBT di Tana Toraja. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan dengan metode analisis, yaitu mengadakan observasi dan interview serta studi literatur pada perpustakaan. Hasil penelitian menggambarkan bahwa ternyata di dalam berbagai kebudayaan suku Toraja terdapat unsur-unsur kebudayaan yang dapat dikontekstualisasikan untuk pembinaan rohani GBT karena bersifat netral terhadap iman Kristen, tetapi ada pula yang tidak dapat dikontekstualisasikan karena bertolak belakang dengan iman Kristen. Kebudayaan yang dapat dikontekstualisasikan, seperti konsep penyembahan kepada Puang Matua dan kepada tiga oknum Allah, upacara rambu tuka , upacara rampanan kapa, pemali-pemali (larangan), tongkonan, sikap gotong-royong, dan saling memberi. Kebudayaan yang tidak dapat dikontekstualisasikan, seperti penyembahan kepada banyak dewa dan kepada arwah nenek moyang, kurban kepada orang mati, patung sebagai pengganti orang mati (tau-tau), upacara rambu solo , mabadong. Namun, hal ini tidak lepas dari masalahmasalah karena iman percayanya kepada Yesus Kristus. Tetapi sebagai gereja/orang Kristen yang sungguh-sungguh berpegang teguh pada Firman Allah, tidak akan gentar menghadapi semuanya itu, bahkan semakin memiliki iman Kristiani yang kokoh.
Studies on Effect of Different Extraction Methods on The Quality of Pomegranate Juice And Preparation of Spiced Pomegranate Juice published in

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

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Priyanka P1, Sayed H.M2, A.A Joshi3*,Jadhav B.A4, Chilkawar P.M5 The present investigation was carried out to standardize the method of extraction of juice and to study the effect of extraction method on yield and quality of pomegranate juice. Also the efforts were also made to standardize the recipe for preparation of spiced pomegranate juice by using selected processing techniques and explore the prepared product for commercial use. Further efforts were made to evaluate the chemical quality of prepared pomegranate juice enriched with spices for their nutritional and organoleptic quality. The juice was also analysed for shelf life study on both i.e. at room as well as refrigeration temperature and techno-economic feasibility of spiced pomegranate juice was also assessed.
TECHNIQUES OF FEATURE EXTRACTION USING LOCAL AND GLOBAL FEATURES: A SURVEY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S. Ramadevi*, B.Soundarya An image hash is a short code that holds the content of the image. Image authentication using hash code is most commonly used technique. This image hash can be generated using many techniques. The major drawback of image hash is the possibility to have the same hash code for two different images. However, this vulnerability can be greatly reduced by generating hash code that uses both local and global features. In this paper, a survey on some feature extraction technique using local and global features is given. The advantages and disadvantages of each and every system along with future work is also given.
Knowledge and practices regarding hygiene among homemakers of makkasar village of Hanumangarh district published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUNITAAGARWAL AND JYOTI JOSHI Poor hygiene practices and inadequate sanitary conditions play a major role in the increased burden of communicable diseases. This study evaluated the knowledge and practices regarding hygiene among homemakers of Makkasar Village of Rajasthan. Hundred homemakers were selected for the study as per systematic sampling method. The data were collected through structured interview scheduled. Majority 95 per cent of the respondents possessed good knowledge regarding personal hygiene whereas 65 per cent of the respondents apply it to practices. Need of purified water and maintenance of water resources was known to 85 per cent of respondents but again they did not have good practices. Regarding food hygiene, 89 per cent of the respondents had good knowledge of food hygiene whereas more than half 56 per cent of the respondents had good practices and 12 per cent of them were practicing food hygiene at poor level.
Design and Analysis of A Cement Mortar Lining Machineshaft Hub and Corresponding Bolts published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M Sreelekha, S Praveen kumar, Sreenivasulubejawada For modern water supply systems ductile Iron pipe has been introduced for industry standards. Ductile iron pipe is used from more than four decades because it is as been proved with good field experience by international standard and it can resist damage of high wearing, high strength, impact loads and corrosion. When shaft rotates at high-speeds continuously, stress builds in tires causing shearing of bolts, connecting rim to the shaft hub. Friction between tire and pipe generates heat which may blow up the tireto avoid this problem by using water as coolant. The corrosion takes places in shaft hub corresponding bolts because of water used as coolant. Production losses occur due to frequently breakdowns of shaft hub and corresponding bolts. Present work mainly focused on the methods of improving the design of the shaft hub and bolts, to overcome the above problem by using ansys software
STUDY & SURVEY ON WIRELESS CHARGING & TECHNOLOGY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harshal Sharma* In the modern world, we have often heard a word - wireless charging technology. Actually what is it all about? So th is paper is giving you the whole package about wireless charging technology. Wireless charging is a technology through which power is transmitted through an air gap to the electrical devices for the motive of replenishment of energy. At present wireless ch arging techniques and development of commercial products have provided a promise to address the energy bottleneck of portable battery powered devices. The incorporation of wireless charging into existing wireless communication system brings a series of cha llenges like implementation, scheduling, and power management. The paper presents a detailed view on wireless charging techniques along with its need, invention, advantages, disadvantages and standards. It will also present working of one these technologie s. It is a hectic task to carry the charger of mobile phones everywhere or any electronic gadget while travelling and it is very cruel when your mobile phone getting off by the time you urgently need it, so today’s world requires the complete technology so here is an overview of existing wireless charging techniques. The paper also discusses about the problems and challenges which takes place while implementing wireless charging technology. In addition it also envisions practical future of wireless charging technology.
ABOUT SMOOTHNESS OF SOLUTIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF HYPERBOLIC TYPE IN A BOUNDED DOMAIN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Madi Akhmetzhanuly Akhmetzhanov; Gulzhan Kasinbayevna Duisebayeva; Kagazkul Sadyrbekovna Toktanayeva The article deals with the smoothness of solutions of differential equations of hyperbolic type defined in a bounded domain. Conditions are found for the unique solvability of semi-batch Dirichle problem for a class of hyperbolic equations.
Visualization of Latent Fingermarks using Rhodamine B: A New Method published in

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Kapoor S1*, Gurvinder S. Sodhi2, Sanjiv K3 There are various methods available for the development of latent fingerprints on different substrates. This paper presents a new powder method for the development of latent fingerprints on different porous and non porous substrates. A fluorescent small particle reagent (SPR) based on zinc carbonate hydroxide monohydrate, also called basic zinc carbonate has been formulated. The other ingredients of the formulation are Rhodamine B dye and a commercial liquid detergent. The composition develops clear, sharp and detailed fingerprints on a large number of non-porous items, after these were immersed in water up to 96 hours. The raw materials used to prepare the SPR are cost-effective and non-hazardous. The novel formulation develops prints of a better quality as compared to the conventional, molybdenum (IV) sulfide-based composition. The fluorescent nature of the reagent helps enhance weak, fragmented and chance fingerprints that are often found at crime scenes.
TCF4 MAY ACT AS A TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE IN COLORECTAL CARCINOGENESIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rabia Farooq, Shajrul Amin, Haamid Bashir, Bashir Ahmad Ganaie, Sabhiya Majid* Introduction: Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the leading malignancies as being the third most cause of cancer causing death in the world. Carcinogenesis is a complex process caused by various genetic and epigenetic changes in various genes like tumor suppressor genes, DNA repair genes, translation regulatory genes and others. The Wnt/?-catenin pathway plays multiple and diverse roles in development by regulating gene expression via T-cell factor/Lymphoid enhancer-binding factor (Tcf/Lef) DNA binding factors. Misregulation of this pathway is thought to initiate colon adenoma formation. The Wnt pathways with its molecular gladiator Tcf4 plays an important role in transforming a normal tissue into a malignant one. In this study, we aimed to investigate the role of aberrations in Tcf4 gene in the pathogenesis of CRC in the Kashmir valley. Materials and Methods: We examined the paired tumor and normal-tissue specimens of 100 CRC patients from Apr 2010- June 2013, from Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Srinagar and its associated hospital Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS) and analysis of promoter hypermethylation for exon 1 and intron 8 of T cf4 gene was also carried out using Methylation-specific PCR (MS-PCR). Results and Conclusion: Promoter hypermethylation of Tcf4 of the exon 1 of Tcf4 gene among 100 CRC cases was found to be 66 per cent (66 of 100) and for intron 8, it was 70%. Besides in both cases of males and females, the hypermethylation status of intron 8 is more than exon 1 of Tcf4, the study confirms the role of epigenetic gene silencing of th e pivotal molecular gladiator, Tcf4, of the Wnt pathway in the development of CRC in the Kashmiri population. So, it was concluded that Tcf4 promoter may be used as a diagnostic tool for colorectal carcinogenesis and therefore can be used a marker for its diagnosis.
CONCENTRATION OF BUSINESS ACTIVITIES: AN ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS COMBINATIONS AND INTANGIBLES ASSETS IN BRAZIL published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Thiago de Sousa Barros, Ana Maria Gomes Rodrigues Based from the historical precedents of the business concentrationist movement and nuances relating to groups of companies, this article describes the international and Brazilian accounting standards that advocate on this issue, focusing highlighted goodwill and its specificities. Whereas in Brazil, since 1990, have widened these processes of a business combination and that, after 2010, the publication of financial statements by Brazilian companies were conducted in accordance with international standards (IFRS) - changing consubstantially the way companies produce and distribute this data to the market - this research analyzes the acquisitions of shareholdings held by sixty firms during 2011 (sample consisted of companies in the Bovespa Index (Ibovespa) and have highly liquid stocks BM&FBovespa). For this, we used a descriptive and qualitative research, adopting the method of research a content analysis of the consolidated financial statements and audit reports of these firms. The analysis results showed that several companies in the information disclosed is not in tune with the requirements contained in international accounting standards, ensuring not, therefore, the qualitative characteristics of financial information required by this legislation and help users of those statements consolidated to evaluate the nature, risks and financial effects associated with interests in other entities.
Trends of Tuberculosis And Its Determinants In Urban Population of Delhi, India published in

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Mary Grace Tungdim,Prerna Bhasin,Meenal Dhall,Deepali Verma,Heemanshu Aurora,Satwanti Kapoor,Anup Kumar Kapoor,Ngilyang Taley Studies on the association of blood groups and tuberculosis have started since the 20th century and till date there is no plausible result on this association. It has also been an established fact that diabetes leads to tuberculosis infection but there are very few studies which support that antituberculosis treatment elevate the random blood sugar level. The present study was aimed at observing the trends of tuberculosis and its determinants in the urban population of Delhi India. The ABO blood grouping and rhesus typing were performed by using the standard slide agglutination reaction in 234(104 females and 130males) TB patients enrolled in various DOTS centers of North Delhi and 207controls (101 females and 106 males)in the age group 14-60years. The highest frequency of the occurrence of blood groups 'B' and 'AB' was found among tuberculosis patients which highlights a possible association between the incidence of tuberculosis and the blood groups 'B' and 'AB'. The patients within 0-2weeks of antituberculosis treatment were found to have higher mean blood sugar levels(167.3 mg/dl) as compared to patients within 2-5weeks of treatment(mean=122.7 mg/dl). A significant association between the incidence of extrapulmonary tuberculosis and negative Rhesus antigen was observed(p<0.001). The present study showed that there was an association between tuberculosis and the blood groups 'B' and 'AB'. It is also evident that people with negative rhesus blood group have higher risks of extrapulmonary tuberculosis.
A Study on Job Involvement With Special Reference to Marketing Professionals in Coimbatore published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R.Anitha,Dr.K.Muralidharan Job Involvement measures the degree to which a person identifies psychologically with his or her job and considers his or her perceived performance level important to self worth. His degree of Job Involvement results on fewer absences and lower resignation rates. The present study thus concludes that moderate level of job involvement was found among the marketing professionals. The study also concludes that the demographic variables namely age, educational qualification, salary, experience, means of transport, extended benefits, reason for liking the job and training programs attended do influence the level of job involvement of the marketing professionals.
The Characteristics of Journal Editorial Boards in Library and Information Science published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

Published by International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
Peter Willett A study of the members of the editorial boards of 16 leading LIS journals shows that the boards vary markedly in size, in diversity (in terms of both gender and nationality) and in the experience and publication/citation profiles (based on Web of Science data) of their board-members. A typical editorial board member will be male, work in the USA, have published their first LIS article in 1995, and have 9.5 publications and 39 non-self citations to those publications, with the publication/citation profiles differing significantly from those of non-board-member contributors to the 16 journals.
Sustainable groundwater use management in Ghana published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Crentsil Kofi Bempah In Ghana, groundwater development is seen as the only cost effective way of meeting dispersed and growing rural and urban demands. Whilethisrealization has underpinnedmost rural water supply initiatives in Ghana for some time, in the urban and metropolitan cities the realization is relatively new. The need to satisfy the basic water needs of some 12 million people neglected under old policies has given groundwater a new role. Against this background, the importance of groundwater, particularly in rural areas where the resource is typically the only perennial source of supply, cannot be overestimated. Currently, Ghanas groundwater governance regime does not provide the capacity to assure effective and sustainable resource regulation and allocation. To date, the management of groundwater is hampered by a variety of uncertainties, such as global climate change and socio-economic growth, as well as ineffective governance structures affecting resource use, regulation, protection and the implementation of alternative strategies needed to achieve sustainable management. This paper therefore addresses challenges and hurdles impeding sustainable and efficient groundwater use in Ghana, factors affecting groundwater supplies and use, methods that promote the wise use of groundwater supplies, need to determine strategies that promote groundwater sustainability. As a means to tackle these challenges, it has been assumed that the concept of pressing ahead with prescience and forethought into a future of sustainable water resources, by taking into account complex system linkages between hydrogeological, political, socioeconomic and environmental domains. Supporting principles must be developed to achieve institutional change in the political arena of groundwater management.
UV protection ability of silver coated coir fabric by magnetron sputtering published in

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Melvi Chandy, U. S. Sarma, M. S. Latha, K. Shreekrishna Kumar This research mainly focuses on the UV- protection for natural ligno cellulosic coir fabric using silver coating by magnetron sputtering technique. Recent development in the incorporation silver thin films on natural fibers makes it possible to utilize its excellent physical and chemical properties in the field of textiles. This will help to widen the use of natural coir fibers. The surface morphology of the coated coir fibers are investigated by employing a scanning electron microscope. The results show that the surface functionalization of silver-coated coir fibers is highly versatile, and it possess excellent protection against ultraviolet radiation. This study demonstrates that treatment, which uses silver thin films by magnetron sputtering, is a promising method for achieving multifunctional coir fabrics.
Contact Allergic Dermatitis to Magic Mehendi- a Case Report published in

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Dr Rajendra Chandrakant Shinde,Dr Rohini Pradeep Gaikwad Application of Heena paste (Mehendi) by females is an integral part of all wedding & festive occasions all over India. Contact dermatitis to the traditional mehendi is extremely uncommon. There is a recent fashion trend to apply Magic Mehendi. Contact allergic dermatitis to this newer Magic Mehendi is probably more common. We report here a case of a 27 years female who applied magic mehendi during her wedding and developed contact allergic dermatitis to it. Our aim of presentation is make us all aware of the increasing use of paraphenylenediamine (PPD) in magic mehendi and the potential dangers arising out of it
Conceptual Evolution of Service Quality A Primer published in

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Sri Harish D. N. , Dr. K. Nagendra Babu The entire gambit of business performance in the last decade-and-a-half has faced a paradigm shift, with quality consistently being considered as one of managements top-most competitive priorities and a prerequisite for sustenance and growth. Quality is proposed as the most potent tool for enhanced business performance. In todays world of fierce competition, rendering quality service is a key for subsistence and success in any organisation, more so in a service organisation in the airline sector. The cardinal accent of both academia and business focused essentially on ascertaining the customers perceptions of service quality and subsequently contriving strategies to meet and surmount customer expectancies. This paper discusses the principal literature relating to the evolution of service quality
ON FIFTH MULTIPLICATIVE ZAGREB INDICES OF TETRATHIAFULVALENE AND POPAM DENDRIMERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V.R.Kulli* A topological index is a numerical parameter mathematically derived from the graph structure. In this paper, we compute the general fifth multiplicative M-Zagreb indices, fifth multiplicative product connectivity index, fifth multiplicative sum connectivity index, fourth multiplicative atom bond connectivity index and fifth multiplicative geometric-arithmetic index of different chemically interesting dendrimers like tetrathiafulvalene and POPAM dendrimers.
WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES: SECURITY CHALLENGES IN BANGLADESH published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr Tareq Rasul Data analysis revealed the divergent opinions of employees and customers on the influence Web 2.0 technologies exert on customer attraction and retention. That analysis has shown how, to some extent, Web 2.0 technologies can sometimes impede the customer attraction and retention process. The qualitative data analysis also revealed some possible solutions for overcoming the various drawbacks of the Web 2.0 technologies, which are used to attract and retain customers for a strong business-to-customer (B2C) relationship. Briefly, and for the practical implications of the results of this research, it can be said that any company planning to use Web 2.0 technologies to attract and retain customers should create a team of employees devoted to monitoring these technologies, in order to ensure the positive influence of relationship strength antecedents (trust, Service Quality Assurance, satisfaction, referrals and loyalty). Such a team would especially ensure the positive influence of Service Quality Assurance to retain existing customers and attract new ones. The reasons for choosing Company X for this research are given later in the article. The team should also work to prevent the risk of abuse of Web 2.0 technologies, in order to minimize the amount of misleading and outdated information posted, as well as preventing information overload. At the same time, the team should handle any kind of privacy breach issues strictly and address the‘ fear of being offended’ issues through Web 2.0 technologies. It is expected that Company X would benefit extensively, in retaining existing customers and attracting potential ones, with the help of the team working with the company’s Web 2.0 technologies. Keywords: Web 2.0 technologies, IT security, Bangladesh, mobile phone industry
Protection for Multi Owner Data Sharing Scheme published in

Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing

Published by BONFRING
K.B. Aruna, A. LallithaShri, Aravindh, Jayakumar and Jayasurya Cloud computing turns to be a service orientated computing technology to deliver storage and computing resources at reasonable worth over net. Since Clouds are getting matured, many enterprises square measure outsourcing their workloads by utilizing the cloud resources for the structure knowledge storage, deposit and operational usage. as a result of delivery of resources with service over Clouds, that can be accessed by multiple users United Nations agency may be house owners or finish users of the information As, there exists multiple house owners of the information, and therefore the knowledge can be changed or updated at the same time, this might cause several challenges in terms of knowledge organization, access and sharing, that differs from the traditional method of access/modifying the information. Hence, it's essential to supply many mechanisms in Cloud computing so permitting sharing of the information or resources among multiple users effectively could be a major challenge. during this paper, we have a tendency to discuss many mechanisms to deal with secured knowledge sharing problems and discuss the multiple house owners and teams issues in Clouds.
Biodiesel-Renewable Fuel, Environmental Implications and Its Handling published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
M.Sakunthala1, V.Sridevi2*, K.Vijay kumar3 and K.Rani4 Several attempts have been made by researchers across the globe to counter the effects of the growing information related to the finite nature of the present fossil fuel reserve and the associated hazards. Biofuel has gained global popularity in this respect as a biomass based fuels that have been tipped as a timely candidate. This review strictly focuses on biodiesel of all biomass derived biofuel. Biofuel production from renewable sources is widely considered to be one of the most sustainable alternatives to petroleum based fuels and a viable means for environmental and economic sustainability. Biodiesel (fatty acid methyl esters), which is derived from triglycerides by transesterification with methanol, has attracted considerable attention during the past decade as a renewable, biodegradable, and nontoxic fuel. Several processes for biodiesel fuel production have been developed, among which transesterification using alkali-catalysis gives high levels of conversion of triglycerides to their corresponding methyl esters in short reaction times. This process has therefore been widely utilized for biodiesel fuel production in a number of countries.
EFFECT FOR A SINGLE ROUGHNESS E=5,63mm OF EXPERIMENTAL TO STUDY HYDRAULIC JUMP PROFILE IN A CHANNEL IN U A ROUGH BOTTOM published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Ghomri, F. Riguet, M. Debabeche This study aims to study the hydraulic jump controlled by threshold, moving in a channel profile 'U' bottomed rough for a single roughness E=5,63mm. Functional relations in dimensionless terms, linking the different characteristics of the projection, showing the effect of roughness of the bottom of the channel are obtained.
A NEW SMART GRID DEVICE FOR EFFICIENT ACTIVE AND REACTIVE POWER CONTROL IN HYBRID POWER SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
L.SHANGAVI* & Dr.T.VIVEKANANDASIBAL** Abstract This paper proposes a voltage and reactive coordinative control strategy with Distributed Generator (DG) in a distribution power system. The proposed method reduces the real losses and voltage fluctuations and improve receiving power factor. The proposed method minimizes the real power losses and improves the voltage profile using squared deviations of bus voltages. Coordinated voltage and reactive power control methods that adjust optimal control values of capacitor banks, OLTC, and the AVR of DGs by using a Voltage Sensitivity Factor (VSF) and Dynamic Programming (DP) with Branch-and-Bound (B&B) method. Effectiveness of the proposed method by using operational cost of real power losses and Voltage Deviation Factor as evaluation index for a whole day in a power system with Distributed Generators. Keywords-Coordinated reactive power control, Voltage sensitivity factor, Voltage regulation, Loss minimization, OLTC transformer, Distributed generator.
PEDESTRAIN DETECTION BY VIDEO PROCESSING USING THERMAL AND NIGHT VISION SYSTEM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Ankit Dilip Yawale Prof. V. B. Raskar The paper describes the use of thermal camera and IR night vision system for the detection of Pedestrians and objects that may cause accident at night time. As per the survey most of the accidents cause is due to low vision ability of human at night time, which leads to most dangerous and higher number of accidents at night with respect to day time. This system include the IR night vision camera which detects the object with the help of IR LED and photodiode pair, this camera have capability to detect the object up to 100m. The thermal camera detects the heat generated by any of the object like cars, Human animals etc. which gives us the facility to detect the object for higher range and with low reflective surface where IR night vision may fails. With the use of these two cameras mounted on car which helps the driver to drive safely. In this system, HOG (Histogram of orientated gradients) algorithm and support vector machine (SVM) is performed with the help of OpenCV in Matlab and EmguCV in Visual Basic 2012. The system is tested on the video recorded using these cameras, and got good and efficient result. And this system is cost efficient and easy to implement.
Targeted Intermediates of Eudesmic Acid: Synthesis and X-ray Investigations published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Olimova M.I. | Okmanov R. Ya. | Elmuradov B. Zh. it was carried out synthesis of esters and their dinitro derivatives of 3,4,5-trimethoxybenzoic (eudesmic) acid. Esterification of eudesmic acid carried out n absolute methanol or ethanol and corresponding methyl and ethyl 3,4,5-trimethoxybenzoates (2, 3) have been synthesized in good yields. It was revealed that nitration of these esters gives only dinitro products. The structure of the synthesized compounds of the methyl and ethyl 2,6-dinitro-3,4,5-trimethoxybenzoates (4, 5) was determined by X-ray diffraction analysis (XRD). In the asymmetric part of the crystal structures of 4, 5 one and two molecules are observed, respectively. In crystalline structures a flat nitro groups and carboxylic groups do not participate in the conjugation with aromatic rings. In the crystal structure of 4, an intermolecular C8-H...O9 hydrogen bond is observed, these H bonds link the molecules along the [010] axis. In the crystal structure of 5, intermolecular C9B-H...O4A and C10B-H...O8A hydrogen bonds form chains along the [011] axis. The formed chains are cross linked by the intermolecular C9B-H...O5A hydrogen bonds. Olimova M.I. | Okmanov R. Ya. | Elmuradov B. Zh."Targeted Intermediates of Eudesmic Acid: Synthesis and X-ray Investigations" 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/ijtsrd2417.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/other/2417/targeted-intermediates-of-eudesmic-acid--synthesis-and-x-ray-investigations/olimova-mi
Travel Journalism as Object of Scientifi c Refl ection: Achievements, Problems and Prospects published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Polyezhayev Y.G. The article describes basic and discussion points in scientifi c framework of travel-journalism phenomenon, gaps which need scientifi c description are identifi ed. Key words: travel journalism, travel-journals, travel-content, niche journals, partworks, in-fl ight magazines.
Electrical burns published in

national journal of medical and dental research

Published by indra publishing house
Surendranath Borra, Y. Kalyanachakravarthy Burn injuries continue to cause morbidity and mortality worldwide. Despite several national and international collaborations and preventative measures, there are still many cases reported in our country. The treatment of these patients requires extensive resources. The adequate resuscitation of these patients coupled with meticulous wound care can have a huge impact on their outcome. In this article the authors review a simple guideline for the management of electrical burns. Key words: Electrical burn, Morbidity and mortality, wound care, resuscitation.
MODELING AND OPTIMIZATION OF PROCESSES GRINDING AND CLASSIFICATION OF RAW MATERIAL MICA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik The article describes the details of modeling the two main mineral processing grinding and classification. Presents a mathematical model based on Markov chains.
Development of a Pattern Recognition System For Discriminating Osteoarthritic Bone Marrow Edema Like Lesions on MRI published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Georgios Katsiberis, Pantelis Georgiadis, Aspasia Rigopoulou, Dimitrios Siamplis, Elias Panagiotopoulos, Ekaterini Solomou A non-invasive method developed to investigate the capacity of digital image texture analysis for the detection and differentiation of hip ostaoarthritic lesions. Thirty one femoral heads, after hip arthroplasty, were examined on a 1.5T MRI system. Bone marrow lesions (edema and cysts) were graded on MRI. Utilizing these MRI series, volumes of interest were extracted and classified for every ostaoarthritic lesion. According to the developed pattern recognition system, the highest classification accuracy in discriminating bone marrow edema from bone cysts was 98,92%, employing five textural features (mean value, correlation, sum of squares, sum average and sum variance). Individual accuracies in classifying correctly bone marrow edema lesions were 98, 73% and bone cysts 99, 07%. Using the developed pattern recognition system, accurately grading the severity of hip osteoarthritis can be performed, discriminating reversible and irreversible lesions in order to monitor the progression of the disease and the therapy effectiveness.
Prevalence of Thyroid disorders in Admitted Patients from Local ethnic population in Tertiary care hospital published in

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Dr Rishi Devilal Patel, Dr Jitendra Ingole Background: Thyroid disorders are one of the common endocrine disorders and are related to many complications. However, thyroid disorders are often overlooked in adults. This research is done to estimate the prevalence of thyroid disorders amongst adults in local ethnic population presenting to tertiary care hospital in Pune (India) Methods: This Cross-sectional retrospective, single centre study was done in SKN Hospital Pune (India) for the patients admitted between Period Dec 2013 Nov 2014. The total number of patients with thyroid disorders above age group 12 years were noted. The criteria for Thyroid dysfunction was made as per thyroid function tests results.[1] . The results were tabulated in Excel sheet and analysed. Results: Amongst 5726 total admissions done during this period, 114 patients were found to be having thyroid disorders. Of these 114 patients, there were 98 patients (85.96%) of hypothyroidism with 24 Male and 74 Female patients. 16 were diagnosed to have hyperthyroidism with 2 Male and 14 Female patients. Conclusion: Prevalence of Thyroid disorders is significant in adult population. Routine screening of thyroid disorders is essential to diagnose the disorders at an early stage.
NUMERICAL SIMULATION BY USING ANOVA ANALYSIS FOR THERMAL COMFORT IN CAR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Chandramohan Bordiya*, J ayant J itendra A car will be selected depends upon the majority of occupants. Then on the basis of that factors and levels are decided. Factors are those characteristics which really affects our observation. Levels are the different value for a single characteristic. Mai n concern of author is to check the pattern of velocity and thermal comfort of the hatchback vehicle in summer condition. Major problem in hatchback cars is less cooling, mainly at the back seat. If the temperature of cabin is higher than a range of comfor t, it is not good for occupant‘s health. It also diminishes the interior of car like dashboard material because of high temperature from a certain limit. So in this thesis, work will perform to optimize the different factors of cabin and control temperatur e in thermal comfort range. A CAD file will be generated and save in STP format. A Car cabin will generate by taking the dimension of car‘s cabin only. Vents will also be in position as it is placed originally. After obtaining the parameters on which forme rs have been worked. Simulation will be accomplished by the help of ANSYS Fluent software. Simulation process is completed by providing the boundary condition in the form of different cases. Model equation will be generated for output parameters .
IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF SOLAR CELLS BASED ON THIN FILM ELECTROGENERATED OF CuInSe 2 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M. S. Man * , B. Ndiaye, E. M. Keita, B. Mbow and C. Sne This study shows that thin films of CuInSe 2 and CuIn(Se,S) 2 may be developed by the electrochemical method of deposition using an electrolyte solution containing sulphate. The films obtained are almost amorphous and heat treatment selenizing or sulfurizing is always necessary to improve the crystallinity of the fi lms and to confer the physical properties to them for their application in photovoltaic devices. The heat treatment in the presence of H 2 S also allows the preparation of thin films of the quaternary CuIn(Se,S) 2 . The analysis by X - ray diffraction shows that the films are well crystallized. The current - voltage characteristic of the cell CuIn(Se,S) 2 shows an efficiency of 6.37%
Dexmedetomidine: A Noble Drug for Analgesia and Sedation published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Gaurav Kumar, Dr. Basant Kumar Ningawal, Dr. Dewesh Kumar, Dr. Shivani Badal It has been decades since we are searching for a drug that can effectively manage peri operative requirements of analgesia and sedation and which has a better safety profile and physical properties and the search brings us close to the alpha-2 adrenergic agonist dexmedetomidine that appears to be fit. After its approval by FDA for clinical use dexmedetomidine usage has increased drastically and it appears to be the end of search for the most awaited wonder drug. This review will discuss its role in anesthesia practice as the major drug for various clinical conditions.
Um estudo do sistema de valor do setor automobilstico sob o enfoque da ecologia de empresas published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Sergio Dantas, Mrcio Shoiti Kuniyoshi and Martinho Isnard Ribeiro Almeida The study presents the results of a survey of a network of auto dealers and their relationship with the players members value system of an automaker. With a literature review on the ecology of enterprises and value chain system and tried to understand how to give the interactions between members of the same chain. Seeking representation and identify the strength of each level. It was selected for this research an automaker, market leader, in popular new cars. For data collection were developed a structured questionnaire (survey) with open questions and a Likert scale. Despite the quantitative character, the survey sought to obtain respondents' impressions about the current relationship and prospected with the other members of your value system (suppliers, competitors and customers). The result shows that in this segment, the customer and the supplier (automaker) have a great bargaining power over automotive Dealers, providing little leeway in the strategies. Compared to competitors, it was observed that there is still a dim view and undefined by the managers of the dealerships, meaning that in addition to monitoring of prices and promotions, nothing more is known about the main competitors.
Emerging Issues of Credit Card Frauds and their Detection Techniques using Genetic Algorithm published in

IJICAR - International Journal of Integrated Computer Applications & Research

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Sudan Jha CREDIT CARD has been widely used and simultaneously its malfunctioning as well as most importantly FRAUD cases have become an emerging issues in the recent trends in technologies. This paper tries to provide the work that helps in detecting the fraudulent card during transactions and alerts the customer regarding the fraud. This paper also aims in minimizing the number of false alerts. The concept of genetic algorithm is a novel one in this application domain. The algorithm begins with multi-population of randomly generated chromosomes. These chromosomes undergo the operations of selection, crossover and mutation. Crossover combines the information from two parent chromosomes to produce new individuals, exploiting the best of the current generation, while mutation or randomly changing some of the parameters allows exploration into other regions of the solution space. Natural selection via a problem specific cost function assures that only the best fit chromosomes remain in the population to mate and produce the next generation. Upon iteration, the genetic algorithm converges to a global solution.
Effect of Dividend Policy on Stock Prices published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Ilyas Sharif, Adnan Ali , Farzand Ali Jan This investigates the effect of dividend policy on stock prices. Objective of the study is to see if there exists any relationship between dividend policy and stock prices. We analyzed 45 non-financial companies listed on KSE-100 index that have earned profits and paid dividend for a period of twelve-year w.e.f. 2001. Technique adopted for sampling adopted is convenience sampling. As the nature of data is panel therefore, pooled regression, fixed and random effect tests are run. Random effect results are focused after applying Hausman’s test. Regression Results witness that Dividend per Share and Retention Ratio have an insignificant relationship with Share Market Prices. Dividend Payout Ratio has a significant positive relationship with Share Prices as supported by the Bird in hand theory suggested that owners give preference to a dollar of estimated dividends over a likely dollar of capital gains. Profit after tax, Earning per share and Return on Equity are the three control variables. Profit after Tax has insignificant relation to Stock Prices. Earnings per Share have positive significant relation to Stock Prices. There is negative significant relation between Return on Equity and Share Prices. It is recommended that firms in the sample should regularly pay dividend as it will cause an upward movement in the stock market prices, whereas profit retention by firms will result in a decrease in the value of the stock market prices.
LTE PRINCIPLES AND OPTIMIZATION (A 4G WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Damini Rai*, Abhishek Dwivedi LTE brings new technologies like Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) transmission, multiband carrier aggregation, small cells and a number of new uses cases like Voice over LTE (VoLTE). The optimization of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) is still important in LTE including setup success rates, handover success rates and call retainability. LTE uses frequency reuse one without any soft handover which makes the interference management more challenging than in legacy radio networks. Signalling message coding and packet scheduling are example solutions in LTE optimization together with the traditional RF optimization. Capacity optimization focuses on the high traffic areas and mass event. It is not only about user plane dimensioning but also interference management, signalling solutions and connectivity dimensioning are important. Many mass events are uplink limited while the networks in general are downlink limited, which adds further complexity on the high capacity optimization.
Recent Developments in the Conduct of Examination in Nigerian Universities: the Clarion Call for Urgent Utilization of Objective Test Items published in

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Emaikwu People often ask why it takes so long to release results of examination in Nigerian universities and the answers may not be unconnected with the adopted evaluation procedures and other inherent hiccups. It is a known fact that examining the examinees is not a simple business. The purpose of examination process is to reveal the latent abilities and to assess the competence of individuals to practice the selected functions effectively and efficiently. In this paper, attempt is made to buttress the adoption and use of objective test as a panacea to late release of examination results in universities. The paper discusses different formats of setting objective test items for examinations. It succinctly explains the merits and demerits of each type of objective test formats with illustrated examples drawn from several disciplines. The paper submits that for effective and efficient use of objective test items in examination, the same care which has gone into the preparation of objective test should be carried over into the test administration and scoring. The paper emphasizes that interruptions during examination should be reduced to the barest minimum. It is imperative to obviate examination malpractice by providing proper seating arrangements and careful supervision and this can be effective if every academic staff is deeply involved in examination invigilation
Community Managed Forests a Potential Sources of Carbon Sink: A Case Study from Kumaun Central Himalaya published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jitendra Bhatt Participatory approaches to forest management have gained wide acceptance worldwide and have also become the primary guiding principle in the management of natural resources. The state Uttarakhand is ecologically and socially diverse owing to distinct climatic, physiographic factors and demographic setup. Community management of the forests in the state as Van Panchayat (V P) started from the year 1932 and close to 7211 km2 area (19 % of the total forest area) presently managed by the V Ps. Present study was carryout in a seventy years old V P of Kumaun Himalaya to investigate community perception, change in vegetation dynamics, C stock and C sequestration rate. The selected V P was monitored for ten years to collect the data and change in community perception over the time. The results indicated that dependency of the people for fuel wood for forest is decreasing due to availability of LPG connections but scarcity of green fodder still prevailed. Demographic variable indicated that both human and cattle population decreased over the study period. The possible reason for this the migration in search of jobs. Total tree density, basal area, biomass, carbon (C) content in all the selected species except Pinus roxburighii increased. Quercus leucotrichophora showed maximum density thus also have maximum C sequestration rate while Rhododendron arboreum showed the least. On an average the V P sequestrated 13.1 t C ha-1yr-1. It can be concluded that there is a shift in energy consumption pattern and awareness for conservation increasing in the community. The community can trade forest C, which is now emerging, to raise funds for functioning but careful choices in this regard will become especially critical to link community forests as C trade centres.
PROSPECTS OF STUDIES ON TEPHROSIA PURPUREA L. FOR SEED CHARACTERS AND SEED MORPHOLOG IN VINDHYA REGION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rashmi Arnold, *Seema Tiwari and R. M. Mishra The plant Tephrosia purpurea L. of the family papilionanceae had been investigated for certain of its pharmacologically active phytoconstituents. The perusal of literature, however revealed that not much attention was given to the phytosocilogy of the species in the various climatic and phytogeographical areas. In the present study, Tephrosia purpurea and its associates have been recorded in the four districts viz. Rewa, Satna, Sidhi and Shahdol of the Vindhyan region with special reference to seed characters and seed germination physiology.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION FOR AMLODIPINE BESYLATE AND NEVIRAPINE IN BULK AND TABLET DOSAGE FORM USING ABSORPTION RATIO METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sathis Kumar Dinakaran, Narayudu Yandamuri*, L P S Nainesha Allada A simple, economic, and accurate absorption ratio method was developed for the simultaneous estimation of Amlodipine besylate (AML) and Nevirapine (NEV) in bulk and tablet dosage form. 0.1M HCl was used as a diluent to dissolve AML and NEV. The absorptions were observed at 252 nm (isobestic point) and 295 nm (?max of NEV), which were selected based on overlapping spectra of AML and NEV. The linearity range was found to be 3-7 ?g/ml at 252 nm for AML (r2=0.99950.0005) and 295 nm for NEV (r2=0.99850.0012). The method was found to be simple, precise, accurate and rapid for the simultaneous determination of AML and NEV in bulk and tablet dosage form using absorption ratio method. Recovery study was performed to confirm the accuracy of the methods. The methods were validated as per ICH guidelines.
Determination of genetic diversity of Iraqi date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by using ISSR technique published in

alfuratagriculture

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

International Journal of Drug Regulatory Affairs

Published by IJDRA Publishing group
Bhagyashree R. Patil, Bhusnure O.G., Paul B. N., Ghodke A. Y., Suraj S. Mulaje. A simple, specific, precise and accurate Reverse Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography (RP-HPLC) method was developed and validated for the estimation of Diltiazem Hydrochloride in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form. The chromatographic determination was performed on isocratic high performance liquid chromatography system of Agilent model no.1220. The separation was conducted by using column of Zorbax [C8 (5?, 4.6 mm250)] with mobile phase consisting of buffer and Acetonitrile in the ratio of (60:40). The mobile phase was delivered at the flow rate of 1.0ml/min. The eluent was monitored at wavelength 240 nm and found a sharp and symmetrical peak with retention time of 4.66min. The method was validated for linearity, accuracy, precision, specificity, robustness. Recovery of Diltiazem Hydrochloride was found to be in the range of 98%-102%. The method was found to be linear over the concentration range 50-150 ?g/ml with coefficient correlation r2 = 0.995. After developing method, validation parameters were carried out successfully and obtained results were complied with USP monograph. Keywords: Diltiazem Hydrochloride; Precision; Accuracy; Method Validation; Reverse phase chromatography.
Host Specialization And Egg Production in Drosophila Kikkawai Populations published in

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Manvender Singh Both developmental nutrition and adult nutrition affect life-history traits; how-ever, little is known about whether the effect of developmental nutrition depends on the adult environment experienced. We used the fruit fly to determine whether life-history traits, particularly fecundity, are affected by developmental nutrition, and whether this depends on the extent to which the adult environment allows females to realize their full reproductive potential. We raised flies on two different developmental food levels normal (corn-meal) and potato food. In the present study, it was found that fecundity was higher than the flies which were reared at usual corn-meal sugar food at two growth temperatures.
Prospects of developing careers of academic staff of Uganda Colleges of Commerce published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

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Hojops Odoch J.P, Edward Oding-Wacha and Sudi Nangoli This study was conducted to investigate and examine the prospects of developing career for academic staff of Uganda Colleges of Commerce through a quantitative research approach and methods. The findings indicate that a combination of recruitment, promotion and Training is positively correlated to Career Development. The study recommends that management of the Uganda Colleges of Commerce should support career development and also that staff should enroll on courses which will enable them upgrade to the next ladder. Staff are expected to be engaged in gainful activities such as research, seminars and refrain from disruptive activities such as over drinking. Those who aspire to go for further courses must ensure that they are relevant to enable them acquire the skills required for the new tasks. Staff should also be able to sacrifice and devote time and resources for their own good rather than waiting for the organization to think aloud for them. Keywords: Career development, challenges, Uganda Colleges of Commerce, Staff development
Moving Design from Metaphor to Management Practice published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Jeanne Liedtka, Bidhan Parmar Despite the centrality of design to the field of organizational science, we argue that its use has remained at the level of metaphor rather than practice. Donald Schons concept of reflection in action addresses this gap by describing how managers can practice designing by generating problem frames as hypotheses, and then testing and refining those hypotheses in the situation. Much of management theory has focused on stable and predictable situations where problem framing is less important. As practitioners and scholars alike increasingly embrace the complexity and ambiguity of the global business environment, Schons ideas are starting to take hold. In this article, we explore Schons concept of the reflective practitioner and show how it can move beyond theory to implementation.
A case report of knotting of DJ stent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Divyesh J. Pathak, Dr. Rishi Grover, Dr. Hiren P. Vaidya The insertion of an indwelling ureteric stent is a routine procedure in urology.Complication secondary to these stents are common like recurrent UTI, stone formation. Knot formation within the urinary system is an extremely rare condition with less than 15 cases reported in literature.Nineteen year old female patient admitted with complaint of pain in right loin, radiating to groin and burning micturition for 6 months off and on.A plain KUB radiograph, Ultrasonography, IVP revealed a staghorn calculus of 3 cm with three calculi of 10 mm in right pelvicalyceal system with hydroureter and hydronephrosis.Open right pyelolithotomy with double J stenting was done. On 1st postoperative day, knotted DJ stent was detected in plain radiograph. Patients CT urography revealed coiled up stent in dilated urinary system. One tip was in lower calyx and the other tip was in midureter with knotting at lower end. Early diagnosis of knotted stent and timely intervention via minimal access instruments like ureteroscopy can prevent major and fatal complication like urosepsis and renal shutdown.No guidelines exist for successful management of knotted stent. Under spinal anaesthesia, in the lithotomy position a guidewire was inserted in the ureter. An 8f rigid ureterosope was advanced; the stent end was grasped with basket and progressively extracted under direct vision as well as via guidance with basket IITV. By gentle continuous traction, the stent was slowly pulled until complete stent was removed. Any ureteral injury was excluded via dye injection. On the first postoperative day, patient was discharged without any complication.
In the Eyes of the Beholder: Border enforcement, suspect travellers and trafficking victims published in

Anti-Trafficking Review

Published by Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women
Julie Ham, Marie Segrave and Sharon Pickering Over the past decade, the border and border policing has figured as central to identifying and responding to trafficking. This article draws on original research into immigration officers’ decision-making — both at the border and within the nation — to identify the persistent preoccupation with suspect travellers. Examining research in Australia and Thailand that spans seven years, the article brings together research that demonstrates the predominance of the binary category of victim of trafficking/unlawful migrant worker and highlights the ambiguity of daily decision-making processes that categorise women who come into contact with immigration authorities. While the policy rhetoric is based on categories and risk profiles for identifying suspected victims of trafficking or those deemed at risk, we contribute to the growing body of work that has highlighted the presence of gendered and racialised stereotypes in immigration decision-making and consider implications this may have on women’s mobility across and within borders.
IMPACTS OF LAND USE DYNAMICS ON AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES, A CASE STUDY OF MIIRIGA MIERU EAST SUB COUNTY, KENYA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dorcas Kanana Mungai * , Dr. Mark Kipkurwa Boitt Miiriga Mieru East Sub County is situated in Meru County. This sub county is in the proximity of the Meru Municipality and has been experiencing a high rate of land use / cover changes which has affected agricultural production significantly. The agricultural land has been subdivided due to high population increase and urbanization. This has led to decrease of agricultural land and impacted on agricultural production and biodiversity. The reduction of agricultural land has led to the rural livelihoods to experiencing fo od shortages. This paper has sought to explore land use changes, agricultural production trends as the main drivers behind deteriorating agricultural land, relationship between population, land use changes and implications on agricultural production. The l and use changes classification of Landsat TM image and change analysis done, population data was processed and analysed and correlated to food production. Miiriga Mieru Sub County has experienced significant land use changes over the period of study. The f orest cover decreased from 48.18% in 1988 to 23.04% in 2014. This trend shows decrease in the forest cover. The built up area increased from 0.51% in 1988 to 3.34% in 2014. The increase of built up area is attributed to the need for settlement as populatio n increases. The area under agriculture increased from 51.31% in 1988 to 73.62% in 2014. Agricultural lands and urban areas have being increasing while as forest areas experience a decrease as population continues to steadily. The main driver to deteriorat ing croplands especially after 2000 was due to increasing built up areas that have come as a result of increased land sub ‐ divisions and population pressures. The built up area increased from 1.46% in 2000 to 3.34% in 2014. The cropland areas decreased in from 77.40% in 2000 to 73.62% in 2014. Impact of population growth on land use changes is depicted by the continued increas e of human population as shown by the population census of 1989 to 2009, continued decrease in forest areas and increase in urban areas.
A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Range of Motion Exercise on Limitation in Activities of Daily Living Among People Suffering From Arthritis in Selected Areas of Pune City. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Yungreiwon Shaiza, Seeta Devi Background of the study is Arthritis is the leading cause of disability worldwide. The incidence increases as age increases. Worldwide osteo-arthritis is the most common articular disease of people 65 years and older. In India 5.3% of males and 4.8% of females are aged more than 65 years. Objectives of the study are to assess the limitation in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) in the experimental group and control group before giving Range Of Motion (ROM) exercise. 2. To assess the limitation in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) in the experimental group and control group after giving the Range Of Motion (ROM) exercise. 3. To compare the limitation in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) in the experimental group and control group after giving the Range Of Motion (ROM) exercise. Methodology experimental research design was used. 60 samples was selected and data was collected pre and post exercise using Semi structured selfadministered questionnaire. Conclusion Range of Motion is one simple exercise that if performed regularly can help patients improve their functional status.
Eitihasik Sthalo Ane Pravasan Udhyog Ek Abhyas (Gujarat Rajyana Valsad Jillana Dharampur Talukana Sandarbhe) published in

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Understanding of psychological categories and psycho-didactic texts by senior preschoolers published in

Psycholinguistics

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Borodulkina T.?., Chikulay A.?. The article presents the results of empiric study of the peculiarities of understanding the psychological categories and psycho-didactic texts by the elder preschoolers. On the basis of theoretical analysis the authors created a method of estimation of substantial features of psychological categories and psychologo-didactic texts understanding by elder preschoolers. Authors educes, that for preschoolers the most familiar are such psychological categories as character and gladness. Preschoolers explained them mainly through actions, a situation and qualities of the person. The depth and plenitude of understanding of the psychologo-- didactic texts by elder preschoolers are low. The received results have been applied in discipline Methods of teaching psychology. Keywords: understanding, understanding of texts, the elder preschoolers, the depth and plenitude of understanding, psychological categories, psychologo-didactic texts, technique of teaching of psychology, psychological lessons for preschoolers.
Education: Traditional Vs. Modern Perspective published in

American Research Journal of English and Literature

Published by American Research Journals
Sofe Ahmed Education is a sign and gift of the development and progress of human civilization. It simply functions to transmit a nations historical, cultural as well as moral values (Sattar, 1982:12). It is also viewed as a subsystem of the total systems of the society that influences or is influenced by various social institutions, and ideologies like religion, family, state, politics, community, or social stratification (Buch,1974:92).However, thousands-years old human civilization has developed a universal definition or concept of education. Consequently, whenever any fallacy or phony practice is noticed in the case of education, it fairly becomes vivid to every conscious and educated man of every society. They can distinguish what is education and what is not. Here is a matter of deep concern regarding education in modern time that the absence or lack of emphasis on various fundamentals or basic aspects of education in modern curriculum. Studies and evaluation of syllabuses of different higher educational institutions, particularly of Bangladesh show that there is little or zero emphasis on the moral values of education in the programs of graduation and post graduation specifically. Curriculum designers seem to be too much technical or mechanical in their approach of designing curriculum. This tendency of over emphasis on technical or so called job oriented education misguides them to avoid covering the fundamentals or basic concepts of education while designing the syllabus. As a result, a kind of educational anarchy is going on in the realm of modern education. Learners are going far from attaining the essential purposes of education. They little think and care about what the goals and functions of education and an educated citizen are. They fail to fulfill what society expects from educated society. The society is thus also deprived from their expectation of benefit education and services of educated class. The current study is an effort to focus on what the actual concepts of education are and what is going on in modern practices of education in Bangladesh. Finally, it tries to find some solutions to bring the educational practices back to its origin or track to achieve the purposes of education
VEMANAS VIEWS OF RELIGION published in

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B. Nagendra Naik, Dr. B.C. Obula Reddy -
A KNOWLEDGE BASED APPROACH FOR CARRIAGE TAPE AND METAPHOR WITH NOMINATED ADMITTANCE PRIVILEGES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V.Archana*, M.Tamil Thendral We observe the setback of scalable file system directories, forced by data-intensive applications require millions to billions of small files to be ingested in a lone register at charge of hundreds of thousands of box file creates every second. Access control models play an important role in database management systems. In general, there are three vital access control models: Unrestricted Nominated Admittance (UNA), Obligatory Nominated Admittance (ONA), and Non-Discretionary Nominated Admittance(NNA).Tape and metaphor Nominated Admittance has been investigated in topical years and researchers wished-for more than a few tape access control systems based on data hiding. In this manuscript, a hierarchy tape nominated admittance privileges is developed with the scalable secret sharing practice employed. Various quality levels tape and metaphor is generated with no trouble and spread to the community residents according to the negotiating price. Hence a win-win point can be achieved amid the populace and tape plan donor. Tentative results demonstrate the helpfulness of the proposed scheme.The privilege can be set for the addict of a explicit group, where the nominated admittance privileges can be revoked from certain members, if in case deemed. In the context of tape, since the structure of tape data is complex in nature, it requires a specific Nominated admittance privileges. Setting Nominated admittance privileges, carriage tape and metaphor to addict with the help of database which is SANE(Semantic aware Namespace). SANE is transparent for both the hardware, software as well as efficient for caching and perfecting the tape and metaphors.
A SURVEY ON WEB CRAWLER: A SEARCH ENGINE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shrutika Singodia Now a days It is very difficult and challenging work to Find information on World Wide Web because of the enormously quantity of the World Wide Web. Web crawler is as an important and slight part for many applications, including business competitive strategies, advertisements, marketing and internet usage statistics. Web engine can be used to alleviate this job, but still it is facing to cover all the WebPages on the WWW and also to provide good outcomes for all types of users.Focused crawling concept has been developed to overcome these troublesome. There are various types of approaches for developing a focused crawler. In this survey, there is also the difference between the two types of web crawlers: standard and f ocused to choose one of them and apply it in our latter framework for opinion mining in the education domain
Antipsychotic Drug Therapies: Matching primary care practice to clinical challenges published in

Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Patricia R Hebert, Stuart Goldman, Joanna Drowos and Charles H Hennekens* Primary health care providers prescribe over 50 percent of drug therapies for patients with mental health issues in the United States. Nonetheless, primary health care providers tend to be reluctant to prescribe antipsychotic drug therapies despite their widespread availability and favorable benefit-to-risk ratio. This may be due, at least in part, to appropriate concerns about the serious adverse effects of all earlier first generation, or typical, as well as many of the earlier second generation, or atypical, antipsychotic drug therapies.
IMPACTS OF THE 579 ACT IN BRAZILIAN ELETRIC SECTOR COMPANIES STOCK RETURNS published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Thas Nery Assuno, Renata Turola Takamatsu, Valria Gama Fully Bressan This research aims to analyze the announcement impact of the 579 act in stock prices in the Brazilian electricity sector. The way the market reacts to information supports investors and assists assets analysis and the process of investment portfolio formation. An event study was conducted to assess whether the stocks prices and returns have changed after the information was released to the market. The results provided evidence of a semi-strong market efficiency, since prices reacted to the publicly available information, assimilating the new information and then regressing to normality. Specifically, there was, on average, a negative reaction, with a significant drop in prices and stock returns two days after the announcement. However, after the third day, the information was absorbed by the market, and we no longer could detect a negative abnormal returns. Thus, we can conclude that the 579 act was considered a relevant piece of information about the electricity sector, changing stock returns behavior when it was released.
EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING AND RESISTANCE TRAINING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOTOR FITNESS COMPONENTS AMONG ENGINEERING COLLEGE MEN STUDENTS published in

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Dr.P.Ganesh Kumar -
Column leachability test for understanding the persistence of four commonly used pesticides for cotton crop in Vidarbha, Maharshtra, India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ravindra Khadse | Mrs. V. U. Khanapure Leaching, which can be defined as the movement of any liquid vertically into the deeper soil layers. It is an important phenomenon as it is one of the important influencing factors for groundwater contamination. The objective of present study is to evaluate the potential leaching and persistence of four pesticides viz. confidor, profex super, ulala and missile for agricultural soils in Vidharbha region of Maharashtra. Soil samples collected from the field location were tested on LCMS for pesticide residues. Leaching study was carried out using disturbed soil columns of 30 cm length and 10 cm diameter. Persistence studies were carried out for 60 days duration under laboratory conditions. Leach ate was collected from 4 soil columns artificially contaminated with fixed intensity of pesticides and are tested for nitrogen and chloride content to understand persistence of pesticides in soil. Ravindra Khadse | Mrs. V. U. Khanapure"Column leachability test for understanding the persistence of four commonly used pesticides for cotton crop in Vidarbha, Maharshtra, India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14578.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/environmental-engineering/14578/column-leachability-test-for-understanding-the-persistence-of-four-commonly-used-pesticides-for-cotton-crop-in-vidarbha-maharshtra-india/ravindra-khadse
Physicochemical Properties of Soybean Oil and Their Blends with Vegetable oils for the Evaluation of Lubrication Properties published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Kailas M. Talkit*1, D.T.Mahajan2, V.H.Masand3 In these study vegetable oils like soybean oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil was purchased from local super market. The physicochemical properties like viscosity, acid value, saponification value, iodine value of four different vegetable oils and there blends in 10:90 to 90:10 proportion were studied. From this study, it was found that viscosity of soybean coconut oil blend in proportion 90:10, soybean oil sesame oil blend in proportion 10:90 and soybean oil sesame oil blend in proportion 20:80 was found to be higher than other blends. Also acid value of same blends lower than other blends; hence from this study its conclude that, the above blends are use as a alternative to petroleum based lubricants in industries.
Does the Elderly always Mean Passive: "The Elderly" Image Profiling in CCTV Public Advertisement for Caring for the Elderly and Audiences' Perception published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Xiuzhi Wang, Xiaoyan Yang, Xiaohong Hu China has become one of the aging societies in the world. Many public-service ads have been initiated to further respect and care for old people in China. The series of aged people-friendly ads run by CCTV channels raised a lot of discussion. Analyzing the narratives in these ads, the themes and perceived images of the aged people in these ads were categorized. With discourse analysis and online ethnography methods, two themes among 11 selected publicservice ads samples were identified. These are the agency theme and the communion theme. However, the ads also created different images of old people. These old people images were perceived by audiences as four kinds: waiting person, lonely person, dedicated person, and controlling person. Online reviewers commented on these perceived old people images differently. Some managerial implications are also discussed.
Acute Intermittent Porphyria: A Case Report published in

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Dr. Uddhav. S. Khaire, Dr. Harshal Joshi, Dr. P. W. More, Dr. Kusum Sikariya Acute intermittent porphyria(AIP) is an autosomal dominant condition resulting from the half normal level of hydroxymethylbilane (HMB) synthase activity required for conversion of porphobilinogen (PBG) to HMB in heme biosynthetic pathway. We report a case of 14 year old boy presented with generalised tonic clonic convulsions, refractory to phenytoin and weakness in both upper and lower limbs with recurrent dull aching abdominal pain. Patients urine found to be dark coloured on exposure to sunlight and increased urinary PBG levels and nerve conduction study(NCV) showing mononeuritis multiplex. Non-contrast CT brain was within normal limits. Patient responded to tablet clonazepam and intravenous and oral glucose supplements.
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS APPLICATION FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE (AD) DIAGNOSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Raghu Korrapati & Geetha Manchikalapudi This research aims at conducting a study of computerized application in medical diagnosis with reference to protein-protein interaction analysis of oxidative stress proteins in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). It can help medical practitioners, representatives and scholars to better understand computer application in medical diagnosis specifically with regard to AD. This study can also offer them with potential topics for further investigation as well as give an idea about areas that are in need for improvement. This study has significance to the medical and healthcare community, as it will contribute to earlier research in the field of medical diagnosis, computer aided diagnosis, oxidative stress in Alzheimer’s disease, use of computer aided diagnosis for AD.
Clustering BasedMinimizing EnergyUtilization in WirelessSensor Network With Mobility published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Akshay Sharma, Richha Sharma Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a latest emerging technology during in last decades, a lot of researchers doing effort to find a low cost and low power way out for wireless sensor network. WSN can connect information world with physical world together. Energy is the main constraint of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) due to irreplaceable and limited power sources of the sensor nodes. Clustering is the most popular topology control method to reduce energy consumption and improve scalability of WSNs. a distributed fault-tolerant clustering algorithm is proposed called DFCA which uses a cost function of the CHs for the formation of cluster. We also present a distributed run time recovery of the sensor nodes from the faulty cluster due to sudden failure of the CH.
Study of Content of Science as Dimension of Psychological Stress Among Science Students published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Narendra Kumar This study attempts to assess the content of science as dimension of psychological stress among senior secondary science students studying in the schools of different types of boards. A sample of 631 students was randomly selected from the schools recognized by different boards in Meerut province. They were administered Psychological Stress Scale for Science Students (PSSSS) developed by the researcher himself. Mean, S.D., F-test and t-test were used to analyze the data. Results show that male and female science students did not differ significantly on psychological stress dimension content of science. However rural and urban science students differed significantly. Since mean difference was in favor of rural students, it indicates that rural science students were found more stressed than urban science students. Further, No significant difference was observed among the students of diiferent types of boards.
Review on Congestion Control Algorithm for VANET published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Manoj Rathore | Prof. Anuj Kumar Pal Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs), which is a subclass of Mobile ad hoc networks, have recently been developed as a standard means of communication among moving vehicles because it has tremendous potential to improve vehicle and road safety, traffic efficiency. VANET applications have the characteristics such as fast change of topology, bandwidth limitation and lack of central coordination that causes network congestion which restricts the network performance. Number of solutions proposed to overcome these challenges and to reduce congestion on VANET. These solutions include congestion control algorithms, some of them based on maintaining the beacon load below certain threshold value by adjusting transmit power or transmit rate or both. And others are based on utility function, carrier sense threshold, prioritization or a combination of them. Hence, this study takes a closer look at existing congestion control algorithms to solve congestion problems because it affects the performance of safety messages. The study further exposes the weaknesses and advantages of some of these congestion control algorithms, which can be helpful to tackle with the problems of congestions in VANETs. Manoj Rathore | Prof. Anuj Kumar Pal"Review on Congestion Control Algorithm for VANET" 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/ijtsrd17162.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/17162/review-on-congestion-control-algorithm-for-vanet/manoj-rathore
Data Mining Technique its Needs and Using Applications? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Bruno Santos Lopes Candido & Fernando de Almeida Santos The article discusses the evaluation of a Central Hydroelectric Generator (CGH), as an investment. The objective is to project the cash flow of the project and evaluate outcomes to ensure important information for decision-making through technical analysis of investment projects. The work begins with literature on the subject and subsequent case study. To develop this study was carried out data collection on construction and identification of key variables related to energy market in Brazil. Later techniques were used for evaluating investment projects, regarding their financial feasibility. An interview with a business sector, and research and consulting firms. The result was positive and showed that the project is a viable investment thus adding value to shareholders compared to other investment alternatives in the financial market. Keywords: CGH; Economic and Financial; Electricity
Impact of Bonus Issue on Shareholders’ Wealth published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
JINI JOHN B. Com F&A, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India B. GAYATHRI B. Com F&A, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Abstract There is usually an increase in the market price of the shares of a company after it announces a bonus issue. Prospective investors pay this increased price based on the expectation that such a market premium would be recovered by them as a result of an enhanced performance of the company in the short/ medium term. This research paper aims to analyse if the payment of market premium by the investors is actually justified by an improvement in the financial performance of the company. An analysis of 9 companies across 3 different sectors has been done to see if and when the market premium paid by the investor is recovered by the investor in terms of increase in the book value of the company (including dividend). The analysis demonstrates that a bonus issue does not necessarily indicate an improvement in the company’s performance but in a significantly high number of cases the shareholders were able to recover the market premium paid by them in the short/medium term.. The prospective investors are advised that while a bonus issue is a reasonably good indicator of an improved financial performance of the company in the future, it is not always the case. Hence, a market premium should be paid to acquire its shares only after an analysis of the company’s financial performance and future prospects despite a bonus issue announcement. Index words: bonus issue, shareholder wealth, book value, market premium, stock split
PREDICTORES ECOCARDIOGRFICOS DE DISFUNCIN SUBCLNICA DE VENTRCULO DERECHO SISTMICO / Echocardiographic predictors of subclinical systemic right ventricular dysfunction published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Giselle Serrano Ricardo, Adel E. Gonzlez Morejn, Luis E. Marcano Sanz, Michel Cabrera Ortega, Alfredo M. Naranjo Ugalde and Jess F. Carballs Garca Introduction: Transposition of the great arteries with physiological surgical correction predisposes to dysfunction of systemic right ventricle. It is believed that asymptomatic patients have a subclinical dysfunction of this ventricle. Transthoracic echocardiography is sensitive to assess right ventricular function. To date, medical treatment is started when the patient begins with symptoms suggestive of ventricular dysfunction. Objective: To estimate echocardiographic predictors of subclinical dysfunction of systemic right ventricle. Method: Observational prospective study from May 2011 to December 2012. The sample (n= 65) was divided into two groups: asymptomatic (n = 33) and symptomatic (n = 32), according to the absence or presence of clinical symptoms suggestive of right ventricular dysfunction. Results: The two groups were homogeneous in terms of age and surgical time. In both hypertrophy of the right ventricle anterior wall was showed, although lower in the asymptomatic group (p < 0.001). Subclinical systolic dysfunction in the asymptomatic group was evident. There were no differences in diastolic function between the two groups. There were correlations between the tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion and the right ventricular ejection fraction, both in the asymptomatic (r = 0.68, CI 95 % 0.44 to 0.83, p < 0.0001) and symptomatic groups (r = 0.77, CI 95 % 0.59 to 0.88, p < 0.0001). Echocardiographic predictors of subclinical systemic right ventricular dysfunction were identified. Conclusions: Age, right ventricle anterior wall thickness, surgical time, and diastolic and systolic diameters of the right ventricle are echocardiographic predictors of subclinical systemic right ventricular dysfunction, useful for the timely initiation of medical treatment.
CARRYING MODELING ECONMIC PROCESS 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�
Anatolii Lysetskyi, Galyna Chaban Subject of work: modeling business processes by means of information systems in terms of enhancing the quality requirements of the enterprises, farms and cooperatives Objective: To develop and justify the method of accounting (information fusion) and cost-effectiveness analysis of business systems using regulatory methods. Methodology: The methodology used in carrying instruments accounting and economic-mathematical modeling. Results: The model developed and «resource - product» as a tool of economic analysis efektyvnostihospodarskyh systems. Range of application of results: economic management systems in agriculture ifermerstva. Conclusions: The proposed model synthesis business operations and efficiency analysis of economic systems.
Ectopic Vaginal Anus - A Rare Clinical Entity. published in

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Dr.P.HARI HARA SASTRY, Dr.S.VIJAYAMOHAN RAO, Dr.AYYAR SRINIVAS MAHESH A case of recto vestibular fistula in a 23 year old female from a near by village is presented here. Patient and her mother complained of passing fecal matter through her vagina since birth. She is not constipated and continent. Examination revealed imperforate anus with recto-vestibular fistula. This anomaly was corrected by single stage anal transposition to its original place. Posterior vaginal wall repair is done in layers. No protective loop colostomy was done. Patients recovery was uneventful and she was continent with out any constipation during the follow up period of three months.
Implementation of Systems Engineering Approach in Academic Projects: Software Defined Radio Technology Development as a Case Study published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Guangming Chen, Ali Saboonchi Each year, federal and private agencies spend billions of dollars on research projects that academic institutions conduct for them. However, the communication language between these agencies as clients and academia as hosts, is not very efficient and well-established. This has resulted in lack of clarity in clients’ description of what exactly to be expected and in hosts’ description of their capabilities and challenges. In addition, many of these projects are essentially interdisciplinary and demand the involvement of diverse research teams from different university departments. Lack of cohesive collaboration among these diverse teams results in mismatches between different compartments of project output, and consequently, generation of superfluous product prototypes. Finally, for their real-time tracking and later retrieval, the current situation of documentation of academic projects needs to be significantly altered. We suggest that the presence of a systems engineering team should be an indispensable part of a large academic research project, in order to monitor and manage the various aspects and phases from initiation to completion. For this purpose, we proposed a systems engineering model specific for academic research projects, which considers both strengths and challenges of universities as host research institutes. As a case study, we applied this proposed systems engineering approach on a NASA-funded project at Morgan State University (MSU) which was about design and implementation of software defined radio (SDR) for space exploration. Application of this model significantly improved the professional dialogue and technical clarifications between NASA and MSU partners, as well as within MSU teams. Moreover, the sub-system compatibility among different modules of the implemented product was notably enhanced. Overall, application of systems engineering approach in academic projects can result in mutual benefits for the institution and either federal or private client.
Costo -efectividad de un programa de actividad fsica, dirigida en un departamento de Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Diana Carolina Preciado Martnez, Jose Rafael Tovar Cuevas, Jorge Enrique Correa Bautista Introduction: the involvement of Actividad Fisica Dirigida (Directed Physical Activity), AFD, in the municipalities of Cundinamarca, deserve an effective and cost-effective evaluation which will in turn contribute to the programs of Actividad Fisica (Physical Activity) , AF and to the development of a dynamic process of evaluation of this type in Colombia. Methods: a retrospective evaluation of n= 214 was done, with the participation of the AFD, and measurements were taken with cardio-anthropometric indicators during 18 months. Inquiries were made about the direct costs of AFD and the health service for ECNT. Results: the findings revealed an effect of physical activity over anthropometry and clinical indicators such as blood pressure, achieving a lower risk. Conclussion: AFDs involvement is effective in the reduction of risk factors for ECNT, and cost effective to lower the costs in health care up to 80%.
Wear Studies on Polytetrafluroethylene (PTFE) Composites: Taguchi Approach published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
Sonam M. Gujrathi, Prof. L.S. Dhamande and Prof. P.M. Patare The present research work is aimed at developing a new material for industrial application. From literature review and surveying sugar factories from nearby area, it is found that conventional bearing material (Babbitt and bronze) leads to high wear rate as well as high coefficient of friction. Now a day's pure PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) is widely used as bearing material which is self lubricating and subjects to lower coefficient of friction, but problem with PTFE is that, it subjects to high wear rate, which can be reduced by adding suitable fillers. In this study, the effects of varying load, sliding distance, sliding velocity and filler content in PTFE are experimentally examined. A comparative analysis of three composites (PTFE, PTFE + 25% C and PTFE + 35% C) is presented showing how properties of PTFE can be improved by addition of filler content. A plan of experiment based on Taguchi technique, was performed to acquire data in controlled way. The results of experiments are presented in table which prove that the wear is strongly influenced by the composition of filler content. It was found that, by varying the different parameter like Load, Velocity and Sliding distance the PTFE containing 35% carbon percentage have the better wear performance.
Combining Theoretical Perspectives on the Organizational Structure-Performance Relationship published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Starling David Hunter Much of the literature linking organization structure to performance falls into two broad research streams. One stream concerns formal structure the hierarchy of authority or reporting relationships as well as the degree of standardization, formalization, specialization, etc. The impact of formal structure and other elements of organization design on performance is typically contingent on factors such as strategic orientation, task characteristics, and environmental conditions. The other research stream focuses on informal structure a network of interpersonal and intra-organizational relationships. Properties of informal structure are typically shown to have a more direct (less contingent) impact on organizational performance. Despite these pronounced differences in the conceptualization of organization structure, considerable overlap and complementarity exist between the two research streams. In this article, I compare and contrast a pair of exemplars from each stream the information processing perspective and the social network perspective with respect to their conceptualizations of organization structure and its relationship to performance. Several recommendations for future research that combines the two approaches are offered.
The Relationship between Obstructive Sleep Apnoea hypopnoea Syndrome and the Cranio-Cervical Morphology in Adults: Angular Measurements published in

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Mageet Ao, Khamis Ah, Mcdonald Jp Obstructive Sleep ApnoeaHypopnoea Syndrome (OSAHS) is a potentially life-threatening breathing disorder, caused by repeated upper airway occlusion during sleep. The gold standard for diagnosis is the polysomnography which is expensive.The development of alternative diagnostic methods would therefore appear to be a worthy goal, and indeed this subject has received a great deal of attention within the recent literature. Aim: To determine if there are significant differences in cranio-cervical morphology between the OSAHS and the controls and to suggest possible skeletal morphology for the OSAHS patients. Material and method : Sixty five lateral cephalometric radiographs of subjects (white Caucasian males aged between 35-65 years) who had been referred to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary Sleep Centre for polysomnographic testing were retrospectively selected at random between September to December 2002. Results: Statistically significant correlations were found when measuring angular variables between the OSAHS subjects and the control group. Investigation of the angular relationship between the measurements and the OSAHS severity, revealed significant results of clinical interest. Conclusion: subjects with OSAHS demonstrated significant alterations in cranio-cervical form that may reduce the upper airway dimensions and subsequently impair upper airway stability and function.
A HYDRO - GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF G R O U N D W A T E R B Y E L E C T R I C A L P R O F I L I N G published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
F a s l u d e e n N . S Hydro geophysical investigation of groundwater was performed using electrical resistivity method. Wenner configuration of electrode arrangement with vertical electrical sounding (VES) wa s done with IGIS signal stacking resistivity meter model SSR - MP - ATS. Resistivity survey was conducted to obtain the pattern of aquifer distribution in the area and to delineate possible sites for locating aquifers. An estimate of the resistivity and thickness of various subsurface layers at a location could be obtained by successively increasing electrode spacing. The inverse of the resistance measured 1/R was plotted against Wenner electrode separation on a linear g raph to detect thin layers at deeper layers in the eight locations under consideration. Analysis of 2 - D cross - section of strip resistivity was done to identify site favourable for recharge structure
THE EFFECT OF LEISURE BEHAVIORS ON EMPLOYEES CONTEXTUAL AND TASK PERFORMANCE published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Ozgur Demirtas, Mahmut Ozdevecioglu, Ali Bayram In todays world, the rapid and dinamic changes have an important influence on organizations as in economical and technological ways. In this process human factor, which has physical and psychological situations, has become an important issue in modern management perspective. Therefore, organizations have taken their members needs to the more front. Thus, in this study we aimed to identify the leisure behaviors effect, which have thought to be an important social support factor, on task and contextual performance. For this aim, a survey was conducted to 254 full time white collar employee in Kayseri industry. It was found parallel to the established hypotheses that leisure behaviors have siginificant positive effects on task and contextual performance.
Cytotoxic Effects of Terminalia Chebula on Meiotic & Mitotic Chromosomes of Vicia Faba published in

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Monika Asthana, Rakesh Kumar Sarbhoy, Surabhi Mahajan, Avnish Kumar There is known curative effect related to heart and digestion disorders by the fruits of Terminalia chebula irrespective of rationale dose. Here we showed effect of different concentrations (5, 10, 20, 30, 40, & 50%) of T. chebula extracts on meiotic and mitotic chromosomes of Vicia faba plant for 4 different time periods. Flower bud treatment method and root tip treatment methods were used for meiotic and mitotic analysis, respectively. Mitotic and meiotic chromosome indicated various abnormalities against higher doses. Cytotoxicity was inferred, Mitotic index of treated cells was significantly different (P<0.05) from control. The percent of abnormalities increase with increasing dose (5-50%) and time (4-24 hours). Stickiness was more frequent than other abnormalities. Higher dose was shown more cytotoxic effect; concluding Terminalia chebula extract could be toxic with injudicious dose.
SALIENT REGION DETECTION BASED ON AVERAGE SALIENCY MAP WITH SPATIAL VARIANCE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shamlin Shamsudheen*, Dr.D.Loganathan Salient region detection is one of a pre-processing method which are useful for several image processing application. Image processing application includes image retrieval, object recognition, face recognition, adaptive compression and image retargeting. Thus salient region detection is detecting the more attracted regions in an image. It can be define as contrast difference between the visually attracted regions and its neighbourhood in an image. In this paper we proposed a novel method by creating a saliency map by average of the three feature maps added by colour spatial variance of an image. Main feature maps are frequency map and spectral map.
An Updated Checklist and Distribution of Plenitentoria Group of Caddisflies (Trichoptera: Integripalpia) from India published in

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Sajad Hussain Parey One hundred and eighty two species representing 8 families and 21 genera of Plenitentoria group of caddisflies are enlisted from India. An updated checklist of all species along with distribution (old as well as new distribution) is also given. The new distribution is based on the collection from different localities of India which include the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh,Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Darjeeling (West Bengal) and some parts of Assam and the old distribution is based on the data collected from different research papers. Families having the greatest species richness are Lepidostomatidae (61 spp.), Limnephilidae (39 spp.), Goeridae (30 spp.), Apataniidae (24), Brachycentridae (12 spp.), Phryganeidae (10 spp.), Uenoidae (5 spp.) and Phryganopsychidae (1 sp.).The samples collected during 2008-2014 are lying in the laboratory of Pollination Management Research Centre, Sher e Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology and in the Entomological laboratory of Asian Institution Punjabi University Patiala.
Consumer Perception of Mobile Advertising Values and their Attitude Towards Mobile Advertising in Anambra State, Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Okwuchukwu Marcus, Anyasor | Njideka Nancy, Umeadi The study examined if there was relationship between consumer attitude towards mobile advertising and their perception of the informativeness, entertainment, credibility and irritativeness of mobile ads. The questionnaire was used to gather the primary data from of 400 mobile phone (GSM) users in Onitsha metropolis, Anambra State, Nigeria selected through non-probability sampling method. The frequency tables, percentages and Spearmans correlation coefficient were used to analyse the data. The results indicated that entertainment, informativeness, and credibility of mobile advert value leads to 66.9%, 67.6%, and 66.7% positive effect respectively on the consumer attitude towards mobile advertising; while irritation leads to 15.7% negative effect on the consumer attitude towards mobile advertising. The study further posit that informativeness (67.6%) is the most important factor that impacts on consumers perceptions, followed by entertainment (66.9%), credibility (66.7%), and then irritation (-15.7%). The study recommended that marketers need to (i) ensure that messages are sent to consumers at a reasonable time during the day based on consumers preference. Messages should be sent in suitable amount so as to avoid interruption and disturbance to consumers; (ii) seek ways to increase the level of entertainment pleasurable experience that can be derived from SMS advertisements. To this end, MMS (multimedia message services) substitute is the closest option that can balance out this inherent default SMS entertainment limitation Okwuchukwu Marcus, Anyasor | Njideka Nancy, Umeadi"Consumer Perception of Mobile Advertising Values and their Attitude Towards Mobile Advertising in Anambra State, Nigeria" 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/ijtsrd150.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/marketing/150/consumer-perception-of-mobile-advertising-values-and-their-attitude-towards-mobile-advertising-in-anambra-state-nigeria/okwuchukwu-marcus-anyasor
What Lies Deep in the Unconscious: A Psychoanalytical Scrutiny of Harry Potter in J. K. Rowlings Harry Potter Series published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Kaustav Chanda Since the inception of its epical journey, Joanne Katherine Rowlings Harry Potter series has come a long way to become a phenomenon in the domain of childrens literature, intriguing readers and critics alike, raising questions regarding its nature, its viability for children, and sparking debates among scholars around the world over the social, cultural, political, and psychological subtexts in the series.
Information Technology for Promoting the Adoption of Animal Husbandry Practices Among Farm Women published in

Published by
Laiju M Philip Adoption of recommended practices has been cited as an important factor affecting the viability of animal husbandry enterprises. An effective and efficient communication tool to disseminate farm information is a pre-requisite for promoting adoption of dairy innovations and practices. The study was conducted to promote transfer of information and communication through farm women involved in livestock rearing. The farmers were familiarized with information and communication technologies like internet, video conferencing and touch screen information kiosk for gaining knowledge about animal husbandry practices. On completion of the training programme feedback analysis were tabulated and interpreted. Adoption level of scientific dairy farming practices were identified and analyzed using simple percentage method. The significant difference between the knowledge level of the respondents in pre and post-exposure stages indicated that the ICTs were effective in achieving knowledge gain among the These results can be used as constructive feedback for designing successful information and extension delivery models for strengthening livestock sector growth. It could be concluded from the study that there is a need for conducting more number of ICT based and well-tailored training programmes suited to farm women which would in turn help them to improve for promoting the adoption of scientific animal husbandry practices.
A SURVEY ON MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES FOR TEXT CLASSIFICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amey K. Shet Tilve*, Surabhi N. Jain This research focuses on Text Classification. Text classification is the task of automatically sorting a set of documents into categories from a predefined set. The domain of this research is the combination of information retrieval (IR) technology, Data mining and machine learning (ML) technology. This research will outline the fundamental traits of the technologies involved. This research uses three text classification algorithms (Naive Bayes, VSM for text classification and the new technique -Use of Stanford Tagger for text classification) to classify documents into different categories, which is trained on two different datasets (20 Newsgroups and New news dataset for five categories).In regards to the above classification strategies, Naïve Bayes is potentially good at serving as a text classification model due to its simplicity
Primary Adenocarcinoma of the Fallopian Tube published in

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Dr Shivani Chandan L, Dr Ambarisha Bhandiwad, Dr Mamatha S, Dr V Sreekanth Reddy Benign lesions of fallopian tube are quite common ,whereas malignant lesion in a fallopian tube is rare. Incidence of fallopian tube is as low as 0.14 to 1.8% Adenocarcinoma is the most common type of histological presentation of a fallopian tube carcinoma. In this article, we are presenting a case of a fallopian tube carcinoma in a 38 year old female who presented to us with colicky type of pain abdomen . Examination revealed presence of a tubo ovarian mass on the leftside. Staging laparotomy revealed a left adnexal mass which is separate from uterus and left ovary.Total Abdominal Hysterectomy with bilateral salphingo-oophorectomy was performed and followed up with 6 cycles of adjuvant chemotherapy. Pre-operative diagnosis of fallopian tube carcinoma is seldom made and most of the time the diagnosis is made on the operating table.
Women Empowerment Through Entrepreneurship published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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Bevel Geared Mechanism for Portable 360 Pedestal Air Cooler published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
Franklin Manoah S K, Abdul Kadar J, Hemanth V, Aravind Raj P and Dr.M.Muthukumaran The main aim of this project is to reduce the quantity of air coolers used to cover a large area, reduce the amount of power consumed and to cover 360 ̊ surroundings. The use of four air coolers can be reduced by this one 360 ̊ Geared Portable Air cooler. It is a combination of a modified pedestal fan with the principle of evaporative cooling. It can be done by mechanical-electrical setup with a single motor being used to drive three sets of fan blades using bevel-pinion gear setup. Traditional pedestal fan cannot cover 360 ̊ surrounding. Evaporative coolers can cover 360 ̊ surrounding but they are heavy, occupies lot of space and consumes more energy in doing so. This paper addresses about the 360 ̊ Geared Portable Air cooler which dismisses all those drawbacks. It covers 360 ̊ surrounding, highly efficient, frees up a lot of space and it is easily portable.
Hyperlipidemic and Oxidative Stress Effects of Sodium Fluoride and The Ameliorative Role of Selenium and Curcumin in Male Mice published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mohammad S. ALHarbi Selenium and Curcumin longa L are full of natural antioxidants and have a lipid-lowering effect. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of sodium fluoride on lipid profile and antioxidant enzymes and the possible protective effects of selenium and Curcumin extract against the toxicity and oxidative stress of sodium fluoride (NaF) that adversely affects antioxidant defense system and lipid profile. Mature male mice (weighing 35-45 g and each group of ten animals) were given sodium fluoride (10.3 mg/Kg bw) and/or Selenium (0.5 mg/Kg) + Curcumin extract (60 mg/Kg) daily intraperitoneally (I.P) for 4 weeks. In the present study, Sodium Fluoride exposure resulted in an increase in the Triglycerides, Cholesterol, LDL and v-LDL levels with respect to the control and significant decrease in HDL-c level. As a result, Sodium fluoride induced oxidative stress by decreasing levels of SOD, CAT, GPX, GST and increased MDA which are ameliorated by Curcumin extract and/or selenium to great extent.
Caracterizacin de familias en las localidades de la Florida, Samaria, Galn y San Nicols en Pereira, Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Eliana Agudelo G., Mara Lucila Ayala H., Martha Luisa Ros I., Diana Marcela Gmez P., Leidy Jhoana Lpez V., Diana Carolina Taborda Introduction: the health condition in the life stages of individuals within the family system requires tools to guide the studies around the families, their characteristics, qualities, typologies, functionality and crisis among others. As a system, it is important for the individual development and allows the creation of interventions of the infirmary in health encouragement. Methods: study of the descriptive type. The instruments of family assessment were applied to 78 families. The families came from social status 1 and 2 in the urban and rural area of Pereira. Results: the intra family relationships studied are very strong, which means that in spite of the social conflicts that affect the family groups, the cultural value given to the family and its members remains. Conclusion: the families studied are not recognized as a susceptible system to be evaluated; all its members are self evaluated in an individual and isolated manner, away from the community, surroundings and family group.
Improving the Taxi Drivers Attitudes In Discharging Better Services to the Passengers in Klang Valley, Malaysia published in

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Farah Nabilahche Kholid, Syazwani Abdullah Shamsudin, Khairunnisa Ramly, Dr. Syed Jamal Abdul Nasir Syed Mohamad The main objective of this study is to determine thelevel of taxi drivers attitudes while discharging services to the passengers in Klang Valley area, apart from examining the factors that lead towards poor attitudes of the taxi drivers. Executing the survey approach, this study involved 384 respondents.Besides questionnaires distribution, interviews have also been conducted with the representatives from Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and passengers in order to better comprehend the current scenario of taxi services industry in Klang Valley. In conclusion, with regards to the level of the taxi drivers attitudes, the dimensions which mostly neglected by them are safety, empathy, hygiene and courtesy. While for the factors that lead towards taxi drivers poor attitudes include financial problems, family commitment and low education level.Therefore, recommended strategies have been outlined to improve the current situation of the taxi industry in order to uphold better taxi services in Klang Valley.
CSR of MNC in Transition Economies published in

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

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Avik Bhattacharyya, Dr. Jiyon Sen, Dr. Madhushree Naskar, Dr. Sandipan Mukherjee Undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma is a rare primary malignant tumor of the liver. It occurs almost exclusively in childhood and should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a pediatric liver mass, particularly in older children with characteristic discordant findings on ultrasonography and computed tomography. Very few cases are reported in adult age group. Here, we report a case of hepatic undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma in an adult male mimicking a liver abscess with review of literature.
Effect of Welding Speed on Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir Welded Copper published in

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L. Suvarna Raju, Dr. Adepu Kumar and Dr. P. Indreswaraiah Fusion welding of copper and its alloys tends to degrade the mechanical strength at the weld joint area due to high thermal diffusivity and high melting point. Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is an excellent alternative for joining of these materials against fusion joining. FSW is an emerging solid state joining process in which the material that is being welded does not melt and recast. This process uses a non-consumable tool to generate frictional heat in the abutting surfaces. The main objective of this investigation is to use FSW for joining of 3 mm thick copper sheet using taper cylindrical tool pin profile. The defect free welds were obtained at a tool rotational speed of 900 rpm and traverse speed of 25, 31.5 and 40 mm/min respectively. Mechanical and microstructure analysis has been performed to evaluate the characteristics of friction stir welded copper. From the investigation it is found that the joints fabricated at a traverse speed of 40mm/min resulted in better mechanical properties compared to other traverse speeds. The tensile properties of all weld joints showed a relative correspondence to the variation of the hardness in the weld zone. The observed results were correlated with the microstructure and fracture features.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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Study of cervical cytology, colposcopic abnormality and biopsy findings in 100 HIV infected women. published in

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Koradia T.K, Ragini V, Jagruti A To study cervical cytology, colposcopic abnormality and biopsy findings in 100 HIV infected women.
Exchange Rate Risk in the Foreign Exchange Market: A Challenge on Corporate Profitability published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
P. Sivarajadhanavel and Dr.S. Chandrakumaramangalam Foreign exchange market is the largest traded market across the globe. In India, foreign exchange market opened for trade during the decade of 1970's and most of the transaction done through banks. Many companies in India emerged as a global player during this period, but they need to face the exchange rate risk of volatility in the global trade as the exchange rate against US dollar has raised five folds during this period. Importantly the risk exposure of Indian companies to its foreign trade has also increased dramatically. Conceptually the foreign exchange market faces risks of transaction exposure, translation exposure, and operating exposure which seems to be part of the exchange rate determination system. The hedging measures to be part of the risk management practices in the foreign exchange system across the global market. The exchange currency of US dollar is taken in the account of the foreign exchange market and its impact corporate profitability is being discussed with reference to information technology major Infosys. As exchange rate has challenged Indian corporate at many periods of interval, due to volatile movement of exchange rate directly impact on the corporate profitability. Infosys risk hedging being analyzed to know how it manages the exchange risk volatility and impact on corporate profitability is studied reference to information technology (IT) industry. The historical picture of the exchange rate of INR against major currencies like US dollar, Euro, Pound sterling, and Yen, surprised many corporate as it had direct impact on the corporate profit. This paper brings out the problem of exchange rate risk and its effect on corporate profitability on IT industry
A Variationist Study on the Occurrence of Pharyngeal Fricatives in the Clerical Speech Community in Qom published in

Online Journal of Social Sciences Research

Published by Online Research Journals
Seyyed Abd ol-Majid Tabatabaee Lotfi and Ebrahim Tobeyani Within the broad field of sociolinguistics this research is a focus on the variationist paradigm. Like sociolinguists in general, variationists are trained as linguists and routinely use descriptive and analytic tools that are common throughout the field of linguistics. This study is an attempt to explore the association of one major social class and part of its verbal behavior. With respect to the research questions, it was found that the clergymen's perception about their pronunciation of the pharyngeal consonant, (? ?), differs significantly with IPA description of the Persian sounds; the clergymen's actual pronunciation of this consonant differs significantly from the hypothesized values supplied according to IPA description of the Persian sound; and the clergymen's perception and actual pronunciation of this pharyngeal consonants do not significantly vary from each other. It could be concluded that there is a meaningful relationship between being a clergyman (Talabeh) and producing pharyngeal fricatives in everyday conversations. The variationist techniques of investigation applied in this study are hoped to have described part of the phonetic/phonological behavior of one of the major social classes in Iran, especially in Qom. Key words: Variationist, speech community, clerical, social variable, linguistic variable, phonetic/phonological variables.

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