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Colon Lipoma published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Néstor Gómez Cuesta*, Stanley Jama, Ernesto Paladines, Jorge Ayòn, Ludwig Álvarez and Jorge Villón Benign lesions of the colon are infrequent and with a low percentage of appearance. Colon lipomas are in the third place of benign tumors after adenomas and smooth muscle [1,5]. Colonic lipomas are benign non epithelial tumors of soft texture and mesenchymal origin; generally they grow from mature adipocytes.
Zosteriform Piloleiomyoma - A Rare Clinical Presentation published in

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Dr. Sanjiv Choudhary, Dr. Prashant Mahajan Piloleiomyoma is a benign tumour of arrector pili muscle of hair follicle. It is one of the differential diagnoses of painful, tender, papulonodular skin lesions like granular cell tumor, eccrine spiradenoma, dermatofibroma, neuroma, neurilemmoma, glomus tumor, angiolipoma and endometrioma. It can present with different patterns like linear, zosteriform, multisegmental and blaschkoid. We are presenting a 30 year old female patient with rare zosteriform, painful, papulo-nodular lesions and classical histopathological findings suggestive of piloleiomyoma.
Terrorism: Target Maximize Fear and Publicity . published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Pushpa Rani Terrorism refers to the killing of innocent people by a non-government group in such a way as to create a media spectacle. Terrorists were not born but they were made in the name of religion.Many nation affected whether directly or indirectly.they oppose brutal and terrorist groups. Its is act and threat of violence is a direct attack on civilians making civilian a primary target .the purpose of terrorism is to expliot media in order to achieve maximum attainable publicity.criminal acts intended to provake a state of terror in public,a group of persons for political purposes.its creact terror and psychic fear.it become an international problem and terrorist attacts maximize the severity and length of psychological impact. It is criminal act that influences an audience beyond the immediate victim.
ROLE OF BRAND IDENTITY IN DEVELOPING GLOBAL BRANDS: A LITERATURE BASED REVIEW ON CASE COMPARISON BETWEEN APPLE IPHONE VS SAMSUNG SMARTPHONE BRANDS published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
D.M. Ravindra Dissanayake, Thushan Amarasuriya This paper has focused on reviewing brand identity as an integral strategic component in developing global brands via figuring out literature sources along with the case practices on apple iPhone and Samsung Smart Phone Brands. Researchers followed an approach as literature review along with case review to connect theory into practice by sourcing the formally published evidences. Paper provides the insights on how empirical findings being shared in literature reviews connecting the concept of Band Identity into brand related concepts and models whilst special reference is made on how the said two global brands being reviewed as cases in the literature sources. Researchers suggest propositions along with a conclusion in the forms of teaching and learning notes par with the essentials of the case-based piece of work.
The Effect of Carbon Content in Martensite on the Strength of Dual Phase Steel published in

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P.D. Sudersanan , Nagaraj Kori, S. Aprameyan and Dr.U.N. Kempaiah The objective of this investigation is to study the variation of strength of dual phase steel with the percentage of carbon content in the martensite phase. The study is conducted on samples of dual phase steel prepared by intercritical annealing process with temperature varying from 730oC to 810oC. In this process both coarse and fine ferrite- martensite structures are produced with volume fraction of martensite varying from 48 to 69%. It has been observed from the investigation that both yield strength and tensile strength increased with increasing carbon content in the martensite phase of dual phase steel up to 0.195% and then decreased. The optimum values of strength are observed at 0.195 % of carbon
Metrics for Measurement of Service Replicas in Grid Environment published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
P.SunilGavaskar, Ch.D.V.Subbarao The important requirement in data grid environment is replicas utilization. In general replicas are used as proactive (i.e. failure considered before scheduling of a job) and post active handles the job failure after it has occurred. We used centralized and local replicas within agents. In this paper, we address the probabilistic models of Fault tolerance, communication, efficiency and reliability of simple job submission. We have shown an autonomous, self adaptive agents model to model replicas in distributed environment for long execution of jobs. The applicability of the proposed agents architecture in data grid is able to setup some parameters of replicas such as centralized and local replicas search rate with mean time failure and number of objects used in it. The search values of centralized and local replicas are measured when computing happens. The Metrics used for search value are number of replicas, replication objects with different states and processing capability. The metrics we considered are to reduce complexity in search rate of replicas due to their huge computing and storage capabilities. On the basis of centralized and local replicas search value we predict the unreliable agents computing model as result of that we can increase computing reliability or we can avoid unreliable model into computing. Hence we showed an autonomous, self adaptive agent model in order to reduce service failures of replicas in large scale distributed environment.
PAGES FROM GORODZOVS DIARY ABOUT BAKHMUT DISTRICT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Iosifovich Tatarinov In this article letters from Uvarova and Harlamov are published, also scientists diary about funeral traditions of Bakhmut peasants, findings of different ancients, employees behavior during excavation, zoological observations are analyzed.
KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF HANDWASHING IN PAKISTANI AS PREDICTOR OF PATIENTS HEALTH published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
1*Adnan Bashir Bhatti, MD, 2Muhammad Usman, MBBS, 3Farhan Ali, 4Siddique Akbar Satti and 5Nabiyah Bakhtawar, MBBS, Background: One measure that can definitely put a stop to the cross-transmission of micro-organisms is hand hygiene. The compliance of nurses the practice of washing their hands is pivotal when it comes to hospital acquired infections. There is lack of studies in Asia addressing this matter. Objective:This study is meant to assess the attitude, knowledge and practice of hand washing among nurses. Moreover, this study will also address the concern of availability of such services for the nurses. Material and Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted amongthree hundred (300) nurses comprising of 150 head/staff nurses and 150 student nurses. Subjects were consented and selected through non probability convenient sampling. Study Design: The study design was a hospital-based cross-sectional study. Study Setting and duration: The study was conducted in different wards of Capital Development Authority Hospital.The duration of study was about 3-4 months i.e. from September 2014 to December 2014. Inclusion criteria: All the nurses either head nurses, staff nurses or student nurses were included in the study. Data Collection and analysis:A precoded proforma was used to collect the information.Data was entered and analyzed using SPSS version 17. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze the data by calculating the frequency and percentage or mean and standard deviation of each response accordingly. Inferential statistics were also applied using Chi-square and t-test. P-value ? 0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results:Basic facilities of hand washing were available at most places. It was found that 57.9% of staff/head nurses have good knowledge score while 42.1% of student nurses fall in this category. Regarding attitude, almost 35% said that their reason for non compliance to hand washing was non availability of hand hygiene facilities, 27.7% blamed time factor, 22% said due to poor quality of soap provided by the administration and 11.7% said due to lack of suitable environment. Regarding practice, it was seen that 4% of respondents do not wash hands at all. 80% washed their hands both before and after procedures. This practice was significantly higher (86.8%) in student nurses as compared to staff nurses (74.5%). Conclusions: The nurses had good knowledge on hand hygiene. However, attitudes, practices and facilities were average. Knowledge, attitude and practice of hand washing were quite similar in staff and student nurses. The study highlighted the need for improvement of the existing hand hygiene training programs to address the gaps in knowledge, attitudes and practices. Policy message:Majority, despite having knowledge, need motivation and continuous education of hand hygiene. Facilities of hand hygiene should be made available.
An Assessment of the Distribution of Health Care Facilities in Bogorolocal Government Area of Bauchi State published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bogoro A. G. Unfortunately, distribution of these facilities is by government. The intention of this research therefore is to verify the spatial distribution of Health Care facilities considering range of walking distance as major parameters with the view of understanding the current status of the distribution of Health Care facilities in Bogoro Local Government Area and make recommendations on improving the distributions. Questionnaire, interview guide and observation methods were used to gather information from the sample population of the study area It is found that, more than 50% of the patients travel more than 5km on foot to the nearest health facility, this distance is too long especially in case of emergency and also physical planning guidelines are not considered in the spatial distribution of health facilities. It is recommended that 3km should be the minimum distance for health clinic through which patients are expected to travel in other to utilise public health care facilities because of the rugged terrain and mode of transport used and that Physical Planners, Health Administrators, and communities involved in decision taking regarding location and distribution of health facilities should collaborate Bogoro A. G."An Assessment of the Distribution of Health Care Facilities in Bogorolocal Government Area of Bauchi State" 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/ijtsrd16981.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/other/16981/an-assessment-of-the-distribution-of-health-care-facilities-in-bogorolocal-government-area-of-bauchi-state/bogoro-a-g
Devices-Smart Electric Surveillance published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aishwarya C | Ankita Vyas | Deepa TP | Sowmya MS Electric energy utilization is the type of energy consumption that uses power. Electricity utilization is the actual power demand made on current electricity supply. Electric and electronic devices absorb electric power to bring about expected turnout (i.e., light, heat, motion, etc.). Majority of the house members cannot rely on their usage of electricity and the electric bills. Unexpectedly its always high than what theyve expected even after careful usage of it. To overcome this problem, an automatic alert system is to be set with the digital meter for which a threshold limit of a day is given. Once the threshold limit has been reached, an automatic alert is sent to the authentic person indicating that theyve reached the limit. This proposed technology would help the person to have an idea of usage of electricity in their day to day life, which would help them to limit their usage. Aishwarya C | Ankita Vyas | Deepa TP | Sowmya MS"Devices-Smart Electric Surveillance" 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/ijtsrd14480.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/information-technology/14480/devices-smart-electric-surveillance/aishwarya-c
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF GASTRO RETENTIVE FLOATING MICROSPHERES OF FELODIPINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Radhika Parasuram Rajam*, Praveen The purpose of the research work was to prepare and evaluate the floating Microspheres of Felodipine as a model drug in prolongation of Gastric retention time for oral delivery. Felodipine is a cardiovascular drug, where it requires frequent dosing to maintain the therapeutic effect. The Floating microspheres of Felodipine were prepared by solvent evaporation method using PEG 4000, Sodium Alginate and HPMC K 100 as a rate controlling polymers. The floating microspheres were evaluated for micromeritic properties, particle size, % yield, invitro buoyancy, incorporation efficiency and drug release. The size of average diameter of prepared microspheres were recognized and characterized by scanning electron microscopic method. The prepared microspheres were found to be spherical and free flowing and remain buoyant for more than 12 hours due to the hollow cavity present in the microspheres. The drug loaded microspheres (F3) showed encapsulation efficiencies up to 93.72 % and also good micromeritic properties for their suitability as oral dosage forms. The microspheres having lower densities exhibited good buoyancy effect and hence, these could be retained in the gastric environment or more than 12 hours. Thus the present formulations would be capable of reducing the frequency of administration and the dose dependent side effects associated with the repeated administration of conventional Felodipine Tablets.
Ethics in Words (Oral/Written) Is it a Mirage or Reality published in

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Bheda Naran Rajashi, Dr Alpesh Joshi Great good and great evil appear from the exercise people create of the medium of societal communication. Even though it characteristically is saidand we frequently shall articulate at this juncturethat "media" do this or that, these are not sightless forces of nature beyond human control. For albeit acts of communicating often do have inadvertent consequences, yet people opt whether to employ the media for good or evil ends, in a good or evil way. These choices, fundamental to the moral query, are made not only by those who obtain communicationviewers, listeners, readersbut chiefly by those who have power over the instruments of social communication and verify their structures, policies, and substance. They take account of public officials and corporate executives, members of governing boards, owners, publishers and station managers, editors, news directors, producers, writers, correspondents, and others. For them, the fair question is particularly delicate: Are the media being used for good or evil? The bang of social communication can scarcely be blown up. People get in touch with other people and with events, form their opinions and values. Not only do they spread and accept information and thoughts in the course of these instruments however over and over again they experience living itself as an know-how of media (cf. Pontifical Council for Social Communications, Aetatis Novae, 2).
Space and Transnational Empathy in the Works of Bharati Mukherjee published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. Athira Prakash The burgeoning presence of Indian Diaspora across the world has triggered a new consideration of the cultural theories of nation, identity and international affairs. Depicting the process of negotiating the borders, both physical borders of states and countries and the metaphorical borders, between genders generations and cultures, Bharati Mukherjee, an American writer of Indian origin, raises the question of space and identity of the Indian immigrants in the US. An attempt is made to map the journey of Indian Diaspora from the status of the immigrants to that of the transnational citizens of the world. Analysis of Mukherjees characters, who mostly belong to the main stream of the third world and the margin of the first world, necessitates a close reading of the theories of post colonial studies and cultural studies . She endeavours to dive deep in to the distorted psyche of the migrants who are straddled between roof and root. The scope of this study lies in its treatment of transnational space which is going to be eminently pertinent in the contemporary politics and international relations. The paper unravels the process of the construction of transnational space and identity of the diaspora and points out the requisites of what is called transnational empathy which is of growing demand in the dynamic cross cultural interactions of the globalized world.Keywords: Migration, Acculturation, Transnational Identity, Empathy, Cross cultural Interactions Ms. Athira Prakash"Space and Transnational Empathy in the Works of Bharati Mukherjee" 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/ijtsrd8237.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/8237/space-and-transnational-empathy-in-the--works-of-bharati-mukherjee/ms-athira-prakash
METHOD OF THE USE AND DEVELOPMENT OF LABORATORY WORKS ON METHODS OF CALCULATIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolaevich Shevtsov;Anastasiya Aleksandrovna Bazilbaeva Proposes a technique for carrying out of laboratory works on methods of calculations with the use of Delphi. Analysis of the proposed methodology.
Gender Effect on Selected Haematological and Biochemical Parameters of Ostriches Reared in Captive Condition published in

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Aravinth. A, S. T. Selvan, R. Asha Rajini, S. Vairamuthu This study was designed to assess the effect of sex on haematological and biochemical profile in ostrich (Struthio camelus) serum. Ostriches maintained under standard managemental conditions at Post Graduate Research Institute in Animal Sciences, Kattupakkam are used for this study. Ostriches of aged 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 24 36 months of age were selected. In each age group 3 males and 3 females were selected randomly. 3 ml of blood were collected from each bird during the cooler parts of the day. 3ml of blood were collected from each bird during cooler parts of the day. 1ml of blood was taken in vials containing 0.5 mg of EDTA (Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid). The remaining blood was kept undisturbed for two hours for separation of serum. 1ml of blood was later used to estimate Haemoglobin concentration (Hb), Packed Cell Volume (PCV), Total Erythrocytes Count (TEC) and Total Leucocytes Count (TLC) and Differential Count (DC). The biochemical parameters such as Total Protein, Albumin, Calcium, Phosphorus, Cholesterol and Triglyceride were estimated using a Bio system auto analyzer. The biochemical values indicate the overall health status of the bird. The study revealed no significant differences among various blood parameters except monocytes where the female bird showed slightly higher value (3.000.13percent) when compared to that of male (2.570.14percent). The findings are comparable with works done by other scientists from other parts of the world.
INDIAN BANKING SECTOR & NON-PERFORMING ASSETS published in

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Dr. Harish Chandarana Indian public sector banks, that control three fourth of the assets of the Rs.83 trillion local banking industry are finding it very tough to recover their loan account from defaulting borrowers. Rising bad loans increases pressure on their profit & capital base and also reduce their ability to grow in a highly competitive environment. Gross bad loans of Indian banks grew at Rs.2.43 trillion at the end of December, 2013, approximate 36 per cent rise from last year. Which is only half of the total stressed asset pile. About Rs.4 trillion of loans are being restructured under the corporate debt restructuring mechanism and under bilateral restructuring. Together, such loan constitutes 11 per cent of the total advances of Indian banks.1 According to RBI data, stressed advances in the banking system increased to 10.7 per cent of total advances in September 2014 from 10 per cent in March 2014. At 12.9 per cent of total advances in September last year, PSBs continued to record the highest level of stressed advances; private banks recorded 4.4 percent RBI said in its latest Financial Stability Report.2 So, PSBs continued to record the highest level of stressed advance.
SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR AMONG TEENAGERS: A REVIEW published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Mohammad Ishaq, Muslim Shah, Shaista Taufiq Meghani & Neelam Punjani After every 16 minutes one individual die not merely from a disease or an accident but intentionally through suicide. Literature reveals that it is a long process usually stretches over years from suicidal ideation to planning and finally an attempt. The causes of suicidal behavior are immense which captivate these poor and innocent creatures in great troubles. In teenagers the suicidal ideations are related to multiple internal and external factors. They consume different lethal liquids and adopt different methods for performing this violent act. Further on its impact is not only on her individual and family life but has a great impact on the society as well. It is not an essay task to eradicate this violent act but as we a responsible member of the society we can assess their suffering and agony and help them identifying different social groups. Along with it we can also prevent the suicide at three different levels thats primary secondary and tertiary. We can also do the counseling. In conclusion, I would say that it is a rising issue of todays world and we all must give our efforts to show a reduction in its prevalence.
A Study on Financial Performance of Shevapet Urban Co-Operative Bank, Salem published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.V.R.Palanivelu, G.Prakash Banking is the important in the Indian economy. The bank is simply accepting money as deposits from the depositors and lending the money to borrowers. It allows the economy growth. The cooperative banking sector is one of the main partners of Indian banking structure. According this study is to analysing the profitability, liquidity position.
THE STAGE OF THE QUASI-ELASTIC AND PLASTIC DEFORMATIONS IN NANO-FIBER CUAU I UNIAXIAL TENSILE STRAIN IN THE DIRECTION OF 100 AT A TEMPERATURE OF 10 K. published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Aleksandrovich Romanovskiy;Aleksandr Vyacheslavovich Yashin;Svetlana Valeryevna Pavlenko This article is devoted to the study of anisotropy of the alloys are not the cubic symmetry on the example of nanofibres CuAu I in the process of deformation at low temperatures.
Skill Development for MSMES Advancement published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Prakash Ratanlal Rodiya The present paper is an attempt to understand the significance of skill advancement for MSMEs. The purpose of the paper to visualize and conceptualize the learning profile of lab our strength, segment wise presentation of skill advancement and list of key skills in require in various MSME. The data is composed from secondary sources and the paper will give a chance for new measurement in the area of MSME investigation. Adequate skilled human resources are one of the key factors for the advancement of any segment. In case of Indian MSME segment, the skilled resources are not up to the mark and this has clearly affected the development of the segment in a adequate manner. The skill deficiency's are clearly an issue and it desires particular attention. The segment which has so much of possible in terms of employment creation but it has not able to execute in this regard as deficiency of skill manpower is a main issue. It is often said that India has the demographic dividend and dissimilar other developed nation where dependence ratio is considerably Towering, in case of India it is low. This major benefit must be altered into a skilled manpower so that the industry requires can be made. Today the difficulty is not related to deficiency of employment opportunities, it is essentially related to the problem of employability. Dr. Prakash Ratanlal Rodiya "Skill Development for MSMES Advancement" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18659.pdf
Participatory evaluation of some folk rice genotypes published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. K. BORDOLUI, R. SADHUKHAN1 AND P. CHATTOPADHYAY Farmers participated in their own way in selection, conservation and genetic improvement processes. It cannot be denied that any success in the persistence of these genotypes depends to a large extent on the personal motivation of the farmers who intimately know these genotypes. These are on many occasions termed as land races or folk varieties. Participatory Plant Breeding (PPB) has made many gains over the past decades. The ideal model of participatory breeding should be flexible enough to harvest benefit from collaboration between breeders and participatory farmers. Twenty-five aromatic and twenty non-aromatic genotypes were evaluated with three high yielding varieties and two hybrid varieties to determine ways to conserve these indigenous genotypes ex-situ in active participation of such experienced farmers at Gontra village, Chakdah, Nadia, West Bengal. All the genotypes were evaluated during kharif season of 2008 and 2009 in Randamised Block Design in three replications following standard agronomic practices. Seed yield among the indigenous genotypes ranged from 152g m-2 (Tulsimanjari) to 537 g m-2 (Chamarmani). Other genotypes which recorded comparatively superior performance were Sitashal (526 g m-2), Kedargouri (526 g m-2), Tilakkati (515 g m-2), Langalmuthi (513 g/m2), Dudkhas (508 g m-2), Dadshal (498 g m-2), Kalma (485 g m-2), Kanakchur (470 g m-2), Tulaipanji (471 g m-2), Chinikamini (463 g/m2), Chinigura (459 g m-2), Chinapakri (485 g m-2). The standard semi-dwarf check variety IET-4786 (Satabdi) and IET-4094 (Kshitish) recorded 602 and 608 g m-2. However, most of these folk varieties had longer days to 50% flowering which ranged from 108 days in Mohanbhog to 131days in Kalma, Langalmuthi and Jugal whereas IET-4786 had 80 days to 50% flowering only. All these genotypes were very tall and plant height ranged from 121cm in Kalijira to 170cm Suonagra. Thousand grain weight ranged from 10.4g in Badshabhog to 28g Agulha and Tilakkati. Though, these folk varieties did not have significant edge in yield advantage and duration, several genotypes were preferred by the farmers for various purposes for multiplication.
PERFORMANCE OF SINGLE PILE IN OIL CONTAMINATED SAND UNDER AXIAL LOADING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anant I. Dhatrak1 , Sanket Vasant Sabale*2, Sanjay W. Thakare Every day, petrochemical activities, oil spills, and pipeline or reservoir leakage contaminate the ground. In addition to environmental concerns, such as groundwater pollution, the alteration of geotechnical properties of the contaminated soil is also cause for worry. Contamination has been proven to alter the geotechnical properties of soil, and researchers have extensively studied the properties of contaminated granular soils. However, the effect of oil contamination on the geotechnical properties of fine-grained soils has not yet been well evaluated. Therefore, a comprehensive set of laboratory pile load tests has been conducted in contaminated sand. The model parameter are varied, namely thickness of contaminated layer and percentage of oil contamination. The tests were performed with an oil content of 2.0, 2.5, and 3.0 % with respect to dry soil to match the field condition. This is an extensive program of work, done on single pile in oil content of 0, 0.5, 1.0, and 1.5 which were published earlier. From the results, it is observed that the maximum pile capacity in all percentages of oil contamination was found in the range of Lc/Lp = 0.50 to 1.0.
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON BUCKLING ANALYSIS OF CASTELLATED COLUMN WITH SOFTWARE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. G. S. Supekar*1 , Prof. P. B. Autade2 Perforated-web steel sections have been used as structural members since the Second World War in an attempt to enhance the flexural behavior without increasing the cost of the material. Nowadays, such sections are widely used in a variety of geometries suitable for various loading conditions. The study considers a wide range of practical geometric dimensions, as well as, various columns’ end conditions. Due to the increase in width of column the radius of gyration of column increase and the slenderness ratio of column get reduce. Due to this effect the buckling load carrying capacity of column increase
Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metalsin Fish Species of Ratnagiri Coast, Maharashtra published in

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Raju M. Patil, Sagar T. Sankpal, Pratap V. Naikwade The presence of heavy metals in our environment has been of great concern because of theirtoxicity whentheir concentration is more than the permissible level. Exposing human beings to these heavy metals directly through the food chain causes potential danger to human health. In present study the level of heavy metals, namely Zn, Cu, Hg, Pb and Cd in different fish species were evaluatedusing Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. The samples were collected between October 2012 to May 2013 form Ratnagiri coast.The metal concentrations in different body parts(Gill, Intestine, Liver, Kidney, and Muscle) were analyzed.The means of the amounts of heavy metals were estimated follows the order Zn> Cu> Cd> Pb> Hg. Heavy metals accumulated in higher concentration in intestine and low in muscles. The concentrations of metals in all samples were within permissible range set by World Health Organization.
A U TOM A TION S YS T EM TO CLAS S IFY H U M AN VOICE U S ING NEU R AL NE T WORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A r s hi A n j u m * , Z areen K h an, S ona l i B h u j a d e, N i k h at Fa t e m a S h e i kh W ith t h e d e v el o p m e n t o f m o r e a n d m or e i d e n t i f icati o n s y st e m to i d e n t i f y a p e r s o n , t h e r e i s a n e e d o f d e v e l o p m e n t o f s ys t e m t h at c a n pro v i d e p e r s o n al i d e n t ificati o n t a s k s u ch a s g e n d er i d e n t i f ic a ti o n a u t o m a t ical l y w i t h o u t a n y h u m a n i n te r f a c e. G e n d er i d e n t i f icati o n u s i n g v o ice o f a p e r s o n i s c o m p a r at i v e l y e a s ier t h an f r o m f a c ial i m a g es. T h e r e e x i s t s e v e r al a l g or it h m s f o r a u t o m a tic g e n d er i d e n t i f ica t i o n b u t no n e o f t h e m i s b e e n f o un d to b e 100 % e f f ici e n t. I n t h is pr o j e c t, n ob le g e n d er i d e n t i f i c a ti o n i s b e e n propo s e d . I t i d e n t i f ies g e n d er i n n e a r r e a l ti m e b y u til i z i n g all po ss i b le c h a r a c te r i s ti c s o f hu m an v o i ce in te r m s o f p itc h . T h is f e at u r e pro v i d es i n pu t to trai n ed Ne u r al Ne t w o r k . Feed f o r w a r d n e u r al n e t w o r k is tra i n ed b y pro v i d i n g d ata b ase
Performance of Sangguniang Kabataan Officials As Mandated By the Local Government Code of 1991 published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Alyssa Clarizze E. Malaluan, Jovel C. Baja, Gilbert G. Carandang, Justin T. Vergara Dr. Ma. Rosario Tamayo This paper assessed the performance of SK officials based on the mandated duties provided by the Local Government Code (LGC) of 1991 and the perception of the Lyceum Community on the issue of SK abolition. Two hundred (200) members, composed of the students, faculty members and administrative personnel of the community, who were randomly chosen, served as the respondents. The descriptive method was used to attain the objectives. The results showed that the Sangguniang Kabataan has been able to perform their mandated duties and responsibilities by the LGC being rated as Good. Moreover, it can be drawn that although there are defects, the respondents still believe that reformation, not abolition would correct SK failures and shortcomings. From the results, there are recommendations that have been formulated. First, the government, specifically the DILG, may review the provisions of RA 7160 implementing the duties and functions mandated to the SK. Second, the DILG may also evaluate the performance of the SK officials based on their annual and end-of-term reports. Third, the SK officials may improve or strengthen the duty to conduct an annual activity known as the Linggo ng Kabataan through the collaboration of the Sangguniang Bayan/Panlungsod and the Barangay. Future researchers may conduct similar study using different variables.
WELL CONTOL STRATEGY PLAN FOR BLOCK VIII, DINDIR – SUDAN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ahmed A. Ibrahim, Shaz a ly S. A hmed and Fatima A. E ltigani Well control problems plagued the petroleum industry since it is infancy and known as losses of valuable resources, costs increasing, environmental damages, personnel casualtie s. The objective of this research is to develop well control strategy for block - 8 depending on Twakul - 1 well analysis of control problem occurred. Studying the wire line data to determine high pressure regions then confirm the pressure points data using we ll test data. Wire line data have been matches with each other justifying normal trend lines exist in subnormal region. Based on pressure analysis resulted balanced and safe mud weights were illustrated. Volumetric stripping method has been applied to kill the well. It is a complex technique combining volumetric method and stripping operation. It is worth mentioning; this method not common in the oil industry and is the first time to be applied in the Sudan. Well control strategy has been developed to help prevent and ease of dealing with such problems in future for Block - 8, Dindir - Sudan. This well control strategy include four sections as equipments, alarms, procedures and training at rig site. Finally ; it is a future prospective to have Sudanese well co ntrol, blowout and fire fighting strategies.
SEGUIMIENTO AL ESTADO SEROLGICO DE MUJERES EMBARAZADAS QUE RECIBIERON INADVERTIDAMENTE LA VACUNA ANTIRRUBELICA, BOGOT, COLOMBIA, 2005-2006 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Lina Morn Duarte, Mara Teresa Espitia Antecedents: during 2005 and 2006 Colombia implemented a nationwide day of vaccinations against Measles and Rubella, in the event it was to be expected that some pregnant women would be inadvertently administered with the vaccine. In order to prevent any detrimental effects on the pregnancy, these women were subsequently monitored by means of an epidemiological study. Methods: a field study was conducted into women aged between 14 and 39 who had received the Rubella and Measles vaccine without knowing that they were pregnant. Immunoglobulin M (IgM) and immunoglobulin G (IgG) tests for the detection of the rubella virus were applied in each case. If, within a period of no greater than 30 days from the moment of vaccination, the IgM results proved negative and the IgG results positive then the women were declared immune. However if the IgM results taken immediately after the vaccination registered as positive then the women were categorised as susceptible to the virus. The woman were classified as indeterminate if they showed negative IgM results and positive IgG results in a period exceeding the 30 days lapse between the vaccination and the application of the serological tests. Results: among 3,489 pregnant women that were administered with the vaccine, 2,732 displayed IgM results of (-) (78.3%); 510 displayed positive indices in the IgG immunity tests, and 87 were negative-susceptible in this case-; out of all the cases treated in the IgM (+) band 277 (7.9%) were classed as susceptible. This is to say that 364 (10.4%) cases were identified as susceptible whilst 510 (14.6%) were deemed immune and only 66 (1.8%) appeared as doubtful or without result on second trial. 414 (11.8%) did not obtain their results in a laboratory. Those who proved HIV positive in reaction to the IgM - results are specific to the time lapse between the date of vaccination and the application of the serological tests were as follows: 5.4% 0-30 days); 10.1% (31-60 days); 8.4% (61-90 days), and 8.5% ((? 90 days). With regards to the age of the patients, of the total number or women considered susceptible, it was discovered that the group aged between 16 and 25 years which represents 46.9% (130/277) were more susceptible (6.6%) to rubella. Conclusions: the serological and epidemiological data collected warranted the cross sector application of the vaccine to women between the ages of 14 39 years. None of the pregnant women subsequently monitored displayed signs of congenital rubella syndrome that could have been the result of the preventative rubella vaccine.
Reducing the Visual Signature of the M4A1 Rifle published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Duke Choi, Kelvin Hockenbraugh-White, Jessica Mcallister, Christian Mckenrick, Paul Santamaria The Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) presented a directive to reduce the visual signature for small arms weapons by altering the color of the M4A1 rifle from its traditional black color. This research utilizes the Systems Decision Process (SDP) to develop and analyze alternatives to create a feasible and permanent solution to reduce the weapon’s visual signature. The research consisted of an extensive stakeholder and functional analysis to develop a value model and framework that provides a values-based recommendation. The model establishes an optimal color change process that accounts for the design and performance characteristics of the weapon system and the stakeholder’s values. The research also analyzes the potential integration of short wave infrared (SWIR) mitigation into the new color of the weapon. This analysis will establish a baseline methodology for weapon color change for all Army small arms weapons.
LITHIUM CARBONATE INDUCED HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE HEART OF ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Nasseer Ahmad Shah, 2*Gh. Mohd. Bhat, 3Shaheen Shadad, 4Mohammad Muzaffar Lone Background: Lithium is routinely used to treat Mania and other psychiatric disorders. It prevents the mood swing changes in bipolar disorders and the treatment is usually prolonged. Aim of study: To observe histopathalogical changes in the heart of lithium carbonate treated Albino rats. Material and methods: Sixty albino rats were taken and divided into two groups; group A (control group) of 15 animals, were fed with normal diet and group B of 45 animals, were fed normal diet along with lithium carbonate at the dose of 30mgs/kgm body weight daily. The animals were sacrificed at four, eight and twelve weeks interval, 5?m sections of heart prepared and stained with Haematoxylin and Eosin stain. Results: there were degenerative changes in cardiomyocytes, focal areas of chronic inflammation subendocardial hemorrhages and multiple small hemorrhages in myocardial muscle bundles. Conclusion: therapeutic doses of lithium carbonate produces duration dependent histopathological changes in heart like degenerative changes in cardiomyocytes leading to necrosis and finally fibrosis, sub-endocardial and intramuscular hemorrhages and chronic inflammation leading to myocarditis. It is suggested that patients on chronic lithium therapy should be monitored for its side effects on heart.
Experimental determination of longitudinal component of magnetic flux in ferromagnetic wire of single-core power cable armour. published in

Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics

Published by National Technical University
I.A. Kostiukov A problem of determination of effective longitudinal magnetic permeability of single core power cable armour is defined. A technique for experimental determination of longitudinal component of magnetic flux in armour spiral ferromagnetic wire is proposed.
The Ethnic Dimension of Rural-Cultural Tourism in the Geographical-Administrative Space of Rodna published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Murie?ianu Mircea While the internal (national) tourist flows remain below possibilities, rural tourism in the geographic space of Rodna in the County of Bistri?a-N?s?ud is marked, after the year 1990, by a relatively constant and relatively consistent presence of Hungarian tourists coming from Romania, Hungary and other countries; their motivation for visiting Rodna comprises their interest in knowing the local Hungarians, cultural changes, anthropo-onomastic realities specific to Rodnas Hungarians, routes and studies in the Rodnei Mountains National Park, etc. Tourist flows realised by Hungarians from Romania and abroad registered an ascending trend after 1990, showing a doubling in numbers after 2004, when the Rodnei Mountains National Park Administration was established and the Remnyik Sandor Memorial House from Valea Vinului was opened for tourists, but also due to the establishment of a Friendship Association between Rodna (Romania) and Salgtarjn (Hungary).
Small to Mall: A Study of Dynamic Diversification of Indian Retail Sector published in

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Pankaj Kumar, Dr. Sanjeev Bansal In India, Retailing came with evolutionary formats from Kirana store to super market. In the initial stage this sector was highly un-organized, and after that it is carried forward and now it is expanding as hypermarket and supermarket. The retail sector is the second largest employer after agriculture in the country and also the second largest unexploited market after China. Due to its contribution of 14 to 15% in GDP it is also one of the pillars of Indian economy (McKinsey and Company 2007). There are some more than 14 million retailers in India. Retailing has been in our blood - as shopkeepers or as shoppers. However, unlike many other countries, India has its own unique character of size, geographical spread, cultural diversity, and multiplicity of formats being introduced at quick succession. This paper helps to give information about the journey of retail in India and evolutes the extent Different phases of retail industry from before independence to till now
Effects of Muscle Aerobics on Leg Explosive Strength published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Jogiswar Goswami Now days it is evident from research that physical activity has taken the place of medicine for many major problems related to the human body. Physical activity always put positive effects on health and also to the fitness parameters. If we consciously and judiciously combine various forms of physical workouts we can take greater benefits out of the activities. Muscle Aerobics is one such forms of aerobic workout which not only benefits the functioning of heart and lungs but puts a significant impact on the muscular system of the body. Research done by Berry, Garber and Blessing supports these facts. The present study also examined the effects of eight weeks of Muscle Aerobics on leg explosive strength. Here the training programme showed a significant improvement on leg explosive strength of eight and ninth standard school girls. So it was concluded that eight weeks alternate days Muscle Aerobic training programme has a significant role in improving the leg explosive strength of girls.
Dynamic Optimization of Generalized SQL Queries with Horizontal Aggregations Using K-Means Clustering published in

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Mrs. C. Poongodi, Ms. R. Kalaivani Data mining is widely used domain for extracting trends or patterns from historical data. However, the databases used by enterprises cant be directly used for data mining. It does mean that Data sets are to be prepared from real world database to make them suitable for particular data mining operations. However, preparing datasets for analyzing data is tedious task as it involves many aggregating columns, complex joins, and SQL queries with sub queries. More over the existing aggregations performed through SQL functions such as MIN, MAX, COUNT, SUM, AVG return a single value output which is not suitable for making datasets meant for data mining. In fact these aggregate functions are generating vertical aggregations. This paper presents techniques to support horizontal aggregations through SQL queries. The result of the queries is the data which is suitable for data mining operations. It does mean that this paper achieves horizontal aggregations through some constructs built that includes SQL queries as well. PIVOT method is much faster method and offers much scalability. Partitioning large set of data, obtained from the result of horizontal aggregation, in to homogeneous cluster is important task in this system. K-means algorithm using SQL is best suited for implementing this operation.
Biometric Finger Print Identification using DWT Byreal Minutiaeextraction published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mradula Jain | Anshul Khurana In this work an attempt is made to enhance biometric fingerprint for identification & recognition using Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT). In conventional biometric systems Fast Fourier Transform has been used, use of the wavelets provides higher degree of resolution enhancement. In this work first the biometric image is taken as input from stored database, then it undergone through histogram equalization, which makes the pixel value distribution of an image to increase the perceptional image information. After that resolution enhancement is done by Discrete Wavelet Transform. Then the image is binarized, followed by segmentation is used to locate the objects & boundaries like the lines & curves present in an images. Then, the partitioning of the fingerprint image is done into distinguished blocks specific size. After that ROI extraction is performed. In Minutia extraction there are two steps involved, named Ridge thinning & minutia marking. Then the post processing stage consists of False minutia removal, unify termination & bifurcation and minutiae matching. Finally, the enhanced fingerprints are matched for performance evolution of the proposed technique Mradula Jain | Anshul Khurana"Biometric Finger Print Identification using DWT Byreal Minutiaeextraction" 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/ijtsrd14407.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/bioinformatics/14407/biometric-finger-print-identification-using-dwt-byreal-minutiaeextraction/mradula-jain
EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDIA MIX published in

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Manvar V. S, P. K. Wakle, R. R. Chole Extension Workers are playing important role in transfer of technology. The success of extension worker depends upon the selection and use of right extension teaching method at the right time and in the right way. Different extension teaching methods used, either as single method or combination of methods, the effectiveness to different extension teaching methods vary. So the study was conducted to know the effectiveness of different Media Mix in nine village from Parbhani tahsil of Parbhani district of the Maharashtra State. Nine diffeent media-mix treatments were used in this experiment. It is observed that the lecture + folder + group discussion was the most effective media- mix treatment in terms of principle knowledge gain as well as retention by the farmers.
Key Succes Factors for Organic Farming Development published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Muhammad Ali Ramdhani and Entun Santosa The aim of this research is to determine the weight from determinant factors in developing organic farming in Garut District, West Java, Indonesia. Determinant factor in the research are determined based on judgment from the respondent. Determinant factors in developing farming are classified by some aspects such as technology, social and politic, economic and environment. The weight of each factor is counted by using weight method based on Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Model. The result of synthesis shows that respondents prefer organic farming method than conventional method. However, to implement organic farming extensively needs program or policy support from stakeholders on subcriteria who tend to make organic farming better. The programs including orientation on quantity improvement in organic farming yield, provision of equipments, and raw materials, farmers performance, financial support, provision of market, and decreasing organic farming business risk.
Efficient and Secure Data Retrieval for Military Networks published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Pravia V The military network environment consists of several mobile nodes. The main problem with such network is that intermittent connection, to avoid this problem military network use Disruption Tolerant Network (DTN). The most challenging issue in the military network is that secure retrieval of confidential data. Cryptographic solutions used to avoid this problem. Existing system uses CiphertextPolicy Attribute Based Encryption (CP-ABE). In CP-ABE which use a storage node. The main function of storage node is that which can store the encrypted messages from the sender and provide these messages to the intended recipient. Problem with this scheme is that the storage node is semi trusted, any issue in the storage node may course loss of all data. To avoid these problems introduce a new scheme in which we can use routing for sending encrypted messages from sender to receiver instead of storing data in the storage node.
ROLE OF AYURVEDIC PANCHAKARMA (DETOXIFICATION) THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DUSHI VISHA W.S.R. TO ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Dr. Nilesh K. Nemade* and 2Dr. Amit R. Nampalliwar Humans are constantly exposed to potentially toxic environmental chemicals through food, environmental pollution of the air, water and soil. Human body cannot get rid of these toxins as most of these are fat soluble and limited excretory capacity of humans. This results in cumulative accumulation of these toxins in various body tissues posing serious health consequences including cancer. The concept of Dushi Visha elaborated in Ayurveda is analogous with cumulative accumulation of environmental toxins. This Dushi Visha is said to interact with kapha resulting in detrimental health outcomes. Shodhan through Panchakarma therapy (detoxification therapy) is the only therapeutic approach to get rid of these environmental toxins. Panchakarma therapy restores normal health through detoxification of the body. The aim of this review research paper is to corroborate available research work in this field and establish Panchakarma therapy as sole detoxification therapy to preserve human health.
OPTIMASI KARAKTERISTIK KUALITAS LEAD-SLAG PERISAI RADIASI BETON MENGGUNAKAN METODE GREY-TAGUCHI DESIRABILITY FUNCTION published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Sri Winarni, Budhi Handoko Perisai radiasi yang digunakan untuk melindungi dari bahaya radiasi merupakan salah satu masalah penting dalam bidang fisika nuklir. Beton merupakan bahan yang efektif, fleksibel dan ekonomis digunakan untuk perisai radiasi. Dalam perisai radiasi beton, berbagai macam bahan dapat digunakan untuk melemahkan foton. Lead-slag perisai beton yang digunakan dalam aplikasi nuklir selain melindungi property harus memiliki karakteristik kualitas yang optimal. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah mendapatkan komposisi faktor pembentukan perisai radiasi beton sehingga didapatkan kualitas perisai radiasi beton yang optimal. Metode grey-taguchi desirability function digunakan dengan mempertimbangkan beberapa karakteristik kualitas yang diukur secara simultan. Hasil optimasi didapatkan pada faktor perbandingan air -semen 0,42, kandungan semen 390 kg/m3, perbandingan volume lead-slag agregat 60% dan perbandingan silica-semen 0,15. Kata-kata kunci: optimasi, grey-taguchi desirability function, lead-slag perisai radiasi beton Abstract Radiation shields are used to protect from the harmful effects of radiation is one of the important problems in the field of nuclear physics. Concrete is a material that is effective, flexible and economically used for radiation shielding. In concrete radiation shielding, a variety of materials can be used to attenuate photons. Lead-slag concrete shielding used in nuclear applications in addition to protecting the property must have the characteristics of optimal quality. The purpose of this research is to get the composition of the factors formation of radiation shielding concrete to obtain quality concrete optimal radiation shield. Grey-Taguchi method desirability function is used by considering some quality characteristics measured simultaneous. The results obtained in the optimization factor water-cement ratio of 0.42, cement content of 390 kg/m3, volume fraction lead-slag aggregate of 60% and silica fume-cement ratio of 0.15. Keywords: optimizaion, grey-taguchi desirability function, lead-slag radiation shielding concrete.
Human Papillomavirus Detection in the Women of Jammu Region of Jammu and Kashmir: A Hospital Based Study. published in

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Rohit Bhardwaj, Meenakshi Bhagat, Rakesh Kumar Panjaliya, Kuldeep Kumar Sharma, Parvinder Kumar Background: Cervical cancer is most common malignancy in females in the age group of 25-65 years and is also the commonest cause of female death. Human papillomavirus (HPV) has been identified as the significant risk factor for this cancer. Therefore, the present study is designed to check the prevalence of HPV and HR-HPV 16, 18, 31 & 33 infections in the women of Jammu region of J&K state. Methods: Cervical tissue samples (exfoliates) of 500 women, attending OPD of different hospitals of Jammu region with varied complaints, were collected and were screened for the presence of HPV genome by using polymerase chain reactions (PCR). Samples found positive for HPV were further analyzed for pinpointing the specific type of high risk HPV therein by using type specific primers for HPV 16, 18, 31 & 33. Results: Out of 500 samples 40.8% were found to be positive for HPV DNA. Among them high risk HPV-16 and HPV- 18 was the most common and observed in 9.2% samples followed by HPV-33 and HPV-31 (1% and 0.8% respectively). Higher HPV percentage was observed in women with >65 years of age (71.53%), married before 18 years of age (48.44%) and with 4 or more children (50%). The study is first of its kind in Jammu region and the results have been compared with the available data on North Indian females reported by various workers. Conclusions: The study shows high prevalence of high-risk HPV DNA in cervical tissue of women of the Jammu region of J&K State. The data generated will be useful for laying the future guidelines for molecular genetic screening and treatment of HPV infected women in the state.
The Study of Effectiveness of Calcium Alginate Dressing Over the Split Thickness Skin Graft Donor Site Area of Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Md Mazharul Haque, B. K. Sinha Aim: Calcuim alginate dressings were used to clinical evaluation and effectiveness on the split thickness skin graft donor site area of patients. Methodology: : History taking, Clinical examination, Investigation, Treatment: pre operative and post operative, Post operative management, Histopathological examination of excised specimens of marjolins ulcers were performed to the patients. Follow up the patients were a period of 3 months to 6 months. Observation: Observation was done for a period of 10th post operative days. Data was analyzed by MS Office software. Conclusion: calcium alginate dressings over donor site was quite easy, almost painless, removal was easy and minimal pain, minimal trauma to the newly epithelialized surface and rate of epithelialization was very high (72% patients) on 10th post operative days
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Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics

Published by National Technical University
Malnourishment status of childbearing families in Coastal Area of Sindh Province published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Saghir Ahmed Sheikh, Muhammad Ismail Kumbhar, Aasia Akber Panhwar Malnourishment amongst male and female children including their mothers leading to enhanced mortalities has been a global issue but more so, in developing countries. The study was embarked upon to determine the prevalence of malnutrition in terms of wasting, stunting and underweight among the children under the age of 5 years was found coastal district of Sindh province of Pakistan. The findings of present study reflected that malnourishment is principal factor which must be addressed and controlled in the given socio-economic environment by suggesting way and means by health policy makers through appropriate measures like counseling about breastfeeding, birth interval and proper ways of weaning of their children. It is recommended that community based nutrition trainings and seminars must be conducted in various villages throughout Sindh province of Pakistan in order to reduce malnourishment leading to malnutrition in rural children at least among children of 5 years or less. Keywords: Malnutrition, Children, Families, Mortality, Nourishment.
IDENTIFIKASI WILAYAH UPWELLING BERDASARKAN VORTISITAS dan DIVERGENSI di PERAIRAN SELATAN JAWA HINGGA NUSA TENGGARA BARAT published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Lizalidiawati Lizalidiawati Salah satu perairan di Indonesia yang telah teridentifikasi sebagai lokasi upwelling adalah perairan selatan Jawa hingga Nusa Tenggara Barat. Identifikasi daerah upwelling berdasarkan hasil model HAMSOM Baroklinik 3D menunjukkan bahwa upwelling paling kuat terjadi di perairan selatan Jawa Timur pada saat musim timur. Hasil model menunjukkan bahwa Arlindo yang melalui Selat Lombok berperan terhadap penguatan arus ke arah barat (arus zonal) di lepas pantai selatan Jawa Timur. Penguatan arus ke arah barat di lepas pantai menyebabkan kecepatan geser (shear velocity) ke arah pantai selatan Jawa Timur. Kecepatan geser ke arah pantai menimbulkan vortisitas negatif dan terjadinya zona divergensi sehingga mengakibatkan kekosongan massa air di permukaan yang dapat meningkatkan intensitas upwelling di pantai selatan Jawa Timur. Transpor Arlindo maksimum terjadi pada bulan Agustus sebesar 1,30 Sv. Analisis statistik menunjukkan bahwa transpor Arlindo memiliki korelasi yang kuat terhadap arus zonal di perairan selatan Jawa Timur dengan koefisien korelasi sebesar 0,78. Vortisitas maksimum terdapat pada bulan Agustus sebesar -8,82 x 10-6 s-1 dan divergensi horizontal sebesar +3,60 x 10-6 s-1. Kata-kata kunci: Arlindo, arus zonal, kecepatan geser, vortisitas, divergensi. Abstract One of the Indonesia waters that have been identified as the location of upwelling are southern waters of Java to West Nusa Tenggara. Identification of upwelling area based on the simulation results of the HAMburg Shelf Ocean Model (HAMSOM) 3D Baroclinic showed that a stronger intensity in the southern waters of East Java in the shoutheast monsoon. The results showed that the ITF through the Lombok Strait contributes to the strengthening of the westward flow (zonal flow) off the south coast of East Java. The Strengthening of westward flows off the coast caused a shear velocity towards the southern coast of East Java. Shear velocity towards onshore caused negative vorticity and occurred the horizontally divergence zone which resulted vacancy of water masses in the surface so as to increase the intensity of upwelling. The maximum ITF was occurred in August with value 1.30 Sv and which caused westward flows to be stronger. The statistical analysis showed that the ITF transport has a strong correlation with the zonal currents in the southern waters of East Java with a correlation coefficient 0.78. The maximum vorticity was found in August with value -8.82 x 10-6 s-1 and the maximum horizontally divergence +3.60 x 10-6 s-1. Keywords: ITF, zonal flow, shear velocity, vorticity, divergence.
Noise Reduction using Low Pass Filter and Wavelet Transform published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Rajesh Patil Wavelet transform (WT) is a powerful tool for removing noise from a variety of signals. In this experiment, wavelet transform is used along with low pass filter. The results of Wavelet transform and combination of Low pass filter with WT are compared. Error between original signal and reconstructed signal is found to be less in combination of Low pass filter with WT
The Clinical Effect of Diode Laser Versus Iontophoresis With Acidulated Phosphate Fluoride Gel in the Treatment of Dentin Hypersensitivity published in

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Dr. Maya S. Indurkar, Dr. Arati S. Maurya Aim: To compare the efficacy of Diode laser and 1.23% APF gel iontophoresis for the treatment of dentinal hypersensitivity. Material and Method: This is a randomized split mouth clinical study. Subjects of age group above 18 years with complain of hypersensitivity in atleast 2 teeth were included in the study. The sensitivity was verified with tactile test, air blast test and cold water test, response to these stimuli were recorded on a verbal rating scale 0-3. A total 30 sites were randomly divided into two groups; Group A (15 sites) 980nm Diode Laser and Group B (15 sites) 1.23% APF gel iontophoresis. The teeth were re-evaluated immediately 15min after the treatment, at the end of 1 week and 1month. Conclusion: Both the treatment modalities were equally effective and can be effectively used for the treatment of dentinal hypersensitivity
Nutrient Content, Phytonutrient Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Sapota Pulp Powder published in

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Rampriya. R, Vasantha Devi . K. P, Thahirabanu . A Sapota is one of the prominent fruits and belongs to family sapotaceae. India is the largest producer of sapota. In this present study, the proximate composition, and phytochemicals were analysed and antioxidant activity was determined for sapota pulp powder. Sapota fruit were collected from the KVK form, KVK Gandhigram. Sapota pulp was dried in a cabinet drier for a period of 12 hours at 75?C. The dried sapota pulp were powdered and used for the analysis. Results indicate that nutrient composition, phytochemical and antioxidant activity of sapota pulp powder was promosing. It is also a good source of antioxidants. These antioxidants are important in all of our diets, especially in infant diets. Thus sapota fruit can be used as a potent therapeutic agent.
A Study on Socio Economic Status of Parents of Intellectually Disabled Children of Minority Owned Special Institutes published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Vaheeda Kayikkara Birth of a new child in a family is a time for rejoicing and celebration in a family. Parents have so many dreams and aspirations for their newly born child that birth of a child with intellectual disability can be a traumatic and shattering event for a family. The feeling of grief and loss that the family goes through is caused by realization that the anticipated normal child they had waited for nine months was never born. There is much evidence that family members experience a range of emotions in response to a diagnosis of intellectual disability including denial, shock, anger, grief, guilt, embarrassment, depression, withdrawal, ambivalence and fear of stigma. The information collected from the study will throw light to the life of intellectually disabled children as well as to the parents of the children. The data was collected from 10 minorities owned institution for intellectually disabled children and from parents of 77 intellectually disabled children. Findings reveal that By analyzing information collected from parents of students who studies in the institutes it was found that socio economic statues of parents of children with intellectual disability have significant bearing on the statues of their disability. And it also contends that despite the national level awareness towards the disability, especially intellectually disabled, still a major section of our population is affected by such problem due to lack of information, awareness and necessary social support system in place. If we want to see our future generation free from such diseases, we need to have a clear roadmap and honest intention to execute such strategies. Only then the dream of a better future can be realized by our next generation. The parents with low level of educational and economical back ground tend to have more children with such disability because of certain degree of awareness missing from their decision making pattern in their lives. Vaheeda Kayikkara"A Study on Socio Economic Status of Parents of Intellectually Disabled Children of Minority Owned Special Institutes" 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/ijtsrd14345.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/14345/a-study-on-socio-economic-status-of-parents-of-intellectually-disabled-children-of-minority-owned-special-institutes/vaheeda-kayikkara
Demystifying Online Healthcare Services published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr.K.KRISHNAKUMAR Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, School of Business Studies Periyar University, Salem-636 011, Tamil Nadu, India S.SARANYA Ph.D, Research Scholar, Department of Commerce, School of Business Studies Periyar University, Salem-636 011. Abstract In the modern scenario of electronic and digital world there is an impact on various sectors which includes health care too. Previously during 90s there was a dramatic and radical development and transformation from conventional method of working system into computerized system in every business. In 21st century it has been developed as E, M and U services. The developments of E-services are reflected into online health services in healthcare industry which providers lot of benefits to the patients. In India now it is in growing stage and providing spectacular services throughout the country. Almost 50 online health care service operators provide service in India through web portals. Through the web portals the users are able to get various clarifications and doubts for their queries about various diseases. Therefore, it is essential to know the people’s awareness and expectations on online health care services or E- health care Service. In this research study the researcher has made an attempt with the objectives to find the awareness, expectation and satisfaction level of the people those who are living in a urban based rural economy particularly with reference to Salem district about online health care services. For conducting the research both primary and secondary data is utilized. The primary data is collected through interview schedule by the way of applying proportionate random sampling technique and outcome of the research is presented through SEM model.
A Study on the Prevalence, Practice and Knowledge Regarding the Adverse Effects of Tobacco Abuse Among Adolescent Students. published in

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Vijayan pillai.H This study aims to fill that knowledge gap by providing scientific information about the disease of addiction, including the many harmful consequences of tobacco abuse and the basic approaches that have been developed to prevent and treat the disease. And to assess the prevalence of tobacco consumption in a small town in Pathanamthitta District of Kerala state. The number of participants were 45 boys of 10th standard and 45 boys and 20 girls from 12th standard, a total of 110 respondents were answered a questionnaire. A homogeneous group of students from different religion caste and different socio economic level could be included in the study. The sample group was between 15 yrs 17 yrs of age. They were having general information regarding the adverse effect of tobacco abuse because they could attend awareness programs from health personal as a part of the educational policy. Respondents awareness was incomplete about the consequences and the diseases by the consumption of tobacco products. The questionnaire has 5 part to know the practice, then frequency of consumption, then triggering factors, then knowledge regarding the adverse effects and finally one question each for the social and legal aspects. Simple statistics measure was used in the study. From 10th standard 11.11% respondents were using Cigarettes and 6.66 % of respondents were using other tobacco products.20% and 24.4% of participants from 12th standard were using cigarettes and other tobacco products respectively. To initiate smoking13.33% of 12th standard participants were influenced by peer group. 100% respondents were aware that the act of smoking in the public place is punishable
Gastronomic Tourism Routes in ASEAN Case Study CLMV Countries published in

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Pannee Suanpang Gastronomic tourism is an intentional, exploration, and travel experience of tourists which includes consumption of local food, cuisine, meal system and eating styles together with learning about culture, life styles, ethos religion and joining cooking classes. The aim of this paper is to study gastronomic tourism routes in ASEAN case study CLMV countries. The qualitative research was applied in this research by investigate gastronomic tourism routes and in-depth interviews. The key informants were tourists, local restaurants, accommodation places, and travel agents. The results found that, the gastronomic tourism routes included Siem Reap (Cambodia), Luang Prabang (Lao), Rangoon (Myanmar) and Hanoi (Vietnam)
Evaluation of Acute and Sub-Acute Dermal Toxicity Studies of Ethanolic Leaf Extract of Lawsonia Inermis in Rats published in

JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

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ALI KHAIRULLAH ZAHI ALSAEED, Hazilawati Hamzah, Mohd Rosly Shaari, Riyanto Teguh Widodo, Lucy Johnny, Noordin M.M, Shanmugavelu Sithambaram Lawsonia inermis is one of the most significant plants used in traditional medicine. However, many details of the dermal toxicity of L. inermis remain unknown. The objective of this study is to evaluate the in vivo acute and sub-acute dermal toxicity of ethanolic extract of L. inermis leaves. In acute experiment, a total of 20 rats were divided into four groups of five rats. A total of 30 rats were divided into five groups of six rats for the sub-acute experiment. The extract at a single dose of 2000 and 5000 mg/kg of body weight did not produce treatment-related signs of toxicity or mortality in all rats tested during the 14-day observation period. However, in a repeated dose 28-day study, the application of 500, 1000 and 2000 mg/kg of body weight/day of leaves extract revealed no significant change (p > 0.05) in bodyweight, haematological and biochemical parameters compared with the control group. Similarly, gross pathology and histopathology examinations of liver, kidneys, and skin did not reveal any morphological alteration. Overall, the results show that the close application of L. inermis leaves extract did not have any critically dangerous impact on rats. Subsequently, the concentrate may be employed for pharmaceutical plans.
Efficiency of Intranasal Fentanyl in Patients with Breakthrough Cancer Pain in Daily Practice - Results of the German Non-Interventional Study with Instanyl® (GENISIS) published in

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

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Michael A Ueberall*, Bernd-Oliver Maier, Thomas Nolte Objective: Breakthrough cancer pain (BTcP) affects 19-95% of cancer patients (dependent on the definition and methods used and the populations studied) and is associated with detrimental physical, psychological and social complications in affected individuals as well as with significant economic burden on society and the healthcare system. This study evaluated the analgesic efficacy and safety of intranasal fentanyl spray (INFS) for the treatment of BTcP in a clinical setting with a special focus on its impact on health care resource utilization. Research design and methods: This was a prospective, open-label, noninterventional, multi-center study. Opioid-tolerant adult patients with BTcP received INFS in the course of routine clinical practice, and completed standardized questionnaires as well as BTcP diaries over a 28-day observation period. Clinical trial registration: ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT00994760 Main outcome measures: Efficacy was assessed using measures of BTcP intensities, the times to first and to the maximum effect of INFS, as well as changes in BTcP-related restrictions in quality-of-life (QoL), activities of daily life (ADL) and overall wellbeing. Further analyses based on INFS-related changes in health care resource utilization. Treatment emergent adverse events (TEAEs) were recorded throughout. Results: Overall, 58 centers participated and enrolled 131 patients, of whom 116 (88.5%) completed the observation period and documented a total of 556BTcP episodes. The 100μg dose was judged as the most effective INFS dose in 64.0a% of patients, followed by 50 μg (28.0a%) and 200 μg (8.0 a%). The study recorded a substantial INFSrelated improvement in maximum BTcP intensity, compared with baseline as well as prior use. Patients reported experiencing the first effects of the study drug within 5 minutes of administration in 81.9% of episodes, and a time to maximum effect within 10 minutes in 81.4% of episodes. QoL and BTcP-related restrictions in ADL showed considerable improvements during the observation period. INFS was well tolerated, with sixpatients (4.6%) experiencing ≥1 study drug-related adverse event. Study limitations include a modest size and duration, and the single-arm design. Conclusion: Under the conditions of this non-interventional open-label study, INFS proved to be a rapid onset, highly effective and well tolerated alternative for the treatment of BTcP in opioid-tolerant cancer patients. INFS treatment was not only associated with substantial improvements in BTcP intensity as well as related restrictions in QoL and ADL, but also with a respectable decrease of health care resource demands – especially in the field of ambulatory palliative care nursing services.
Sliding Wear Behavior of Alumina/Tic Coated Steel Produced by Plasma Spray Technique published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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M. Mruthunjaya and K.I. Parashivamurthy Carbide coatings exhibit good resistance to wear and has an increased hardness which increases the service life of equipments generally when the surfaces are exposed to critical atmosphere like in thermal power plants. The hard Alumina-Titanium carbide (Al2O3/TiC) carbide coating is developed on the steel by using thermal plasma spray technique. The composition of Al and TiC are varied in the ratio of 70/30, 65/35 and 60/40. Coated samples are analyzed using optical microscope, hardness test, sliding wear and corrosion test. Hard-faced samples are shows uniform distribution of Al2O3/TiC particles on the surface of steel. Surface hardness increases with increasing volume fraction of TiC. The coating of Al2O3/TiC with volume fraction of 30% TiC shows good corrosive resistance compared to other two coating specimens and coating with 40% of TiC has shows good wear resistance than the other two coatings.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS DETECTION BASED ON MULTIVARIATE ASYMMETRIC DISTRIBUTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Shanthi Raju Lanka *1, Srinivas Yarramalle Multiple Sclerosis is one of the predominant occurring brain diseases during the last decade. Many automatic segmentation models have been widely investigated with objective to identify the disease at the early stage and thereby helping the patients. In this research, a Multivariate Asymmetric Gaussian Mixture Model is considered for segmenting the brain MRI images and to identify the Multiple Sclerosis disease from the T1 weighted, T2 weighted and photon density images. The earlier works on GMM failed to converge to arrive at optimal value and thus becomes time consuming and also could not able to achieve the expected results. To overcome these disadvantages, this research study aims at proposing a model based on Multivariate Asymmetric Gaussian Mixture Model. The images are compressed by using Non Negative factorization method and the decomposed images are considered for further evaluation. The results of the proposed methods are tested on brain web images and in most of the cases; the recognition accuracy is underlined at above 85%. This shows that the performance of the proposed method is far better than the existing methods and also this methodology is very much time efficient.
Emission characteristics of pongamia (Pongamia pinnata L.) biodiesel and its blends with petro diesel published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SATISH R. DESAI AND P. VENKATACHALAM The acid rain, global warming and health hazards are ill effects of increased polluted gases like SOx, CO and particulate matter in the atmosphere due to use of fossil fuels. Among the various alternative sources to petroleum products, oil from tree seed/crops has a potential for meeting the increasing requirements of diesel. A study was conducted with different bio diesel (pongamia) blends ( B20 to B100) to study the emission profile of a 3.73 Kw diesel engine. The study indicated that the exhaust gas temperature was less using pongmia biodiesel blends and was at par with petro diesel, with less amount of CO and CO2 emission and more NOx emission. The exhaust gas profile of the engine during pumping of water using a centrifugal pump was similar to the laboratory load test of the engine indicating usage of pomgamia biodiesel as an alternative to petro diesel being eco friendly and non health hazards
Dyeing of Cotton with Natural Dye Obtained from Barks of Bombax Ceiba Linn locally known as Semal published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Yogesh Vadwala | Dr. Namrita Kola The present study was carried out to revive the old art of dyeing with natural dye obtained from barks of Bombax ceiba Linn. locally known as semal tree. The commercialization of the present process will be helpful for their viable application in handloom and textile industries. Further, this will also have great impact especially for the economic growth of the rural dyer communities. In the present study, Cotton fabric was pre-treated with eco-friendly and non eco-friendly mordants. The various shades were obtained. The name of the shade and shade code was obtained by matching the shade card presented by Asian paint India. Colour strength of dyed cotton fabric was measured in terms of L, a, b colour scale by using hunter lab instrument (Hunterlab EasyMatchQC) Colour flex EZ 45/0, Reflectance . mode. The dyed samples have shown good to excellent and poor to good fastness properties Dr. Yogesh Vadwala | Dr. Namrita Kola"Dyeing of Cotton with Natural Dye Obtained from Barks of Bombax Ceiba Linn locally known as Semal" 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/ijtsrd108.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/environmental-chemistry/108/dyeing-of-cotton-with-natural-dye-obtained-from-barks-of-bombax-ceiba-linn-locally-known-as-semal/dr-yogesh-vadwala
The Plight of Suppressed People: A Reading of Indira Parthasarathys The Legend of Nandan and K.A . Gunasekarans Pali Adugal published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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K. Selvam A play is a work of storytelling in which the characters represent theme and circumstances. Unlike other genres, drama gains more importance because it is performed before spectators. Theatre is a place of experiment for playwrights and experience for audience. The tradition of writing for performance continues but the present scenario has gradually changed. The impact of society is reflected in literature and especially drama develops into a tool of protest in literature. Indian theatre has its development and representation in exhibiting the social inequalities which exists in society. This paper is an attempt to bring out how the playwrights present the predicament of the suppressed people through their plays.
A Study of Factors Having Impact on Impulse Buying Behavior for Chocolates - With Special Reference to Students Aged Between 6 To 13 Years in Indore City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Vishal Soni, Dr. Harish B. Bapat Impulse purchase or impulse buying describes any purchase which a customer makes without making and planning in advance. This study is an attempt to find out the factors that have impact consumer impulse buying behavior for chocolates in Indore. The impact of various variables like discount offer, various scheme, festival season etc on consumer impulse buying behavior was analyzed. The study is based on the primary data collected Indore city with the help of structured questionnaire. Data analysis has been done using SPSS software. The statistical analysis method employed in this study is Reliability analysis. After the reliability analysis, Multiple regression was applied through SPSS.
A COMPARISON OF HISTOGRAM EQUALIZATION METHOD AND HISTOGRAM EXPANSION published in

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M.Aarthy, P.Sumathy The histogram equalization is an approach to enhance a given image.Histogram equalization methods are Histogram expansion, Local area histogram equalization (LAHE), Cumulative histogram equalization, Par sectioning, odd sectioning. Histogram expansion is a technique of histogram equalization. This research paper described three different techniques of expansion namely dynamic range expansion, linear contrast expansion and symmetric range expansion. Each of these has their specific strength and weakness. For coloured images linear contrast expansion is used. These all methods help in easy study of histograms and helps in image enhancement.
Vascular complications of infective endocarditis in Burkina Faso published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

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Nobila Valentin Yameogo*, S Jean Baptiste Tougouma, Larissa Justine Kagambega, Ismaël Diallo, Georges Rosario Christian Millogo, Koudougou Jonas Kologo, Andre K Samadoulougou and Patrice Zabsonré Introduction: Vascular complications of infective endocarditis are frequent and severe. The aim of this study was to clarify the epidemiological, clinical and prognostic characteristics of these vascular damages and determine their associated factors. Patients and methods: We performed a descriptive cross-sectional study from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2016 on patients admitted to the cardiology department of Yalgado Ouedraogo teaching Hospital for infective endocarditis and vascular complications recorded. The diagnosis of infective endocarditis was established on the basis of modified Dukef. Results: We recorded a total of 44 infective endocarditis. Vascular complications were found in 10 cases (22.7%) including 6 women and 4 men. The average age of patients was 36.7 years with extremes of 23 and 74 years. In total, seventeen vascular complications were recorded. They were dominated by neurological (7 cases) and acute limb ischemia (4 cases). The average time between the installation of the fever and the occurrence of vascular complications was 41.6 ± 6.5 days. Factors associated with embolization were reaching the mitral valve (RR = 2.5, p = 0.047), infection by Staphylococcus aureus (RR = 1.8, p = 0.022), the size of the upper vegetation 10 mm (RR = 1.8, p = 0.046), the mobility of the vegetation (RR = 1.5, p = 0.048) and late turning on appropriate antibiotics (dual antibiotic beyond 2 weeks after the start of fever) (RR = 1.4; p = 0.038). Mortality was heavy (60%) and neurological involvement was a poor prognostic factor.
Phule Anuradha: New drought tolerantRabi sorghum variety for shallow soil published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.V. NIRMAL*, S.R. GADAKH,A.R. GAIKAWAD AND V.R. PATIL A new Rabi sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] variety Phule Anuradha identified as drought tolerant because of its superior physiological traits under receding soil moisture condition duringRabi season on shallow soil type of Maharashtra. An experiment was conducted to screen sixteen genotypes for drought tolerance under receding soil moisture condition duringRabi season on shallow type of soil. The grain yield was positively correlated with photosynthesis rate, stomatal resistance, photo-synthetically active radiation, relative water content of leaves (RLWC), leaf area index (LAI), biomass at harvest, grain number per panicle, test weight, ear head exertion, stay green at physiological maturity, per day production of grain with fodder and fodder yield and negatively correlated with leaf temperature difference (oC) , chlorophyll stability index (CSI), stomatal conductance, transpiration rate and stomata frequency under drought stress. Grain yield decreased in all the genotypes as the crop was subjected to progressive drought stress under receding soil moisture situation. Among the genotypes studied Phule Anuradha performed well under drought stress conditions maintaining leaf area, leaf relative water content, biomass at harvest, test weight, ear head exertion(%), leaf temperature, chlorophyll stability index and stomatal frequency.
Wind Solar Hybrid Energy Conversion System- Literature Review published in

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Rakeshkumar B. Shah This paper presents a technological literature review on Wind Solar hybrid energy conversion system. This hybrid solar-wind power generating system is suitable for industries and also domestic areas. It ensures the optimum utilization of resources and hence improves the efficiency as compared with their individual mode of generation.
Spectroscopic Evaluation of Enterococcus Faecalis, And Streptococcus Species in Secondary Root Canal Infection of Type-2 Diabetic Patients published in

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Dr. Grishma Florence Noronha, Prof Dr. Moksha Nayak, Dr. Ramya M. K, Dr. Jayanthnambiar, Dr. Moopilmidhunmohanan Aim:- Detection and Identification of Enterococcus faecalisand Streptococcus species in secondary root canal infections of non diabetic and type-2 diabetic patients using spectroscopic signature development and evaluation. Material and methods:40 subjects grouped into 20 non diabetic and 20 type-2 diabetic subjects with secondary root canal infection were selected for the study. Root canal samples were collected and cultured using selective media to isolate Enterococcusfaecalis and Streptococcus mitis. The microorganisms obtained were subcultured, washed, and resuspended in phosphate buffered saline and directly analyzed using Transmission Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The spectra obtained were correlated with reference spectrum library Statistical analysis was done using Student unpaired t test, Pearsons Chi-Square test and Fischers exact test. Result: Evaluation by FTIR spectroscopy detected type-2 diabetic subjects (85%) was associated with almost twice the amount of microorganism compared to non diabetic (45%). Enterococcus faecalis is the most predominant microorganism both in non diabetic(25.0%) and type-2 diabetic subjects (45.0%) followed by Streptococcus spp20.0% and 30.0% respectively. A strong association was noted between Enterococcus faecalisand Streptococcus mitisin non diabetic subjects (p<0.05) Conclusion:Enterococcusfaecalis, and Streptococcus sppwas significantly associated with type-2 diabetic subjects as identified usingFTIR. FTIR proved to be a reliable rapid and economic assessment tool for evaluation of endodontic pathogens.
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)

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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.
GC, GC/MS CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ENICOSTEMA LITTORALE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*P.Praveena, Dr.D.Sudarsanam, Karthik Saravanan The whole plant parts of Enicostema littorale collected around from the Tirunel veli District obtained good yield. The crude extract was examined by a combination of capillary GC and GC/MS. In some instances the structure elucidation based on GC and GC/MS data had to be corrected. More than thirty six constituents were found. This study clearly illustrates the advantage of complementary identification techniques.
CLASSIFYING POISONOUS AND EDIBLE MUSHROOMS IN THE AGARICUS AND LEPIOTA FAMILY USING MULTILAYER PERCEPTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mali H. Hakem Alameady* Classification is one of the applications of feed-forward Artificial Neural Network (ANN). Classification can map data to predefined classes or groups. It is referred to as a supervised learning, because before examining data the classes are always determined. Multi-Layer Perception, is a supervised neutral networks model that is use to train and test data to build a model. In this experiment. Multi-Layer Perception is used to train the Data set to produce a model to make prediction of classifying .After preparing the Mushrooms data for training, only 8124 of dataset instances used to be train. Software used to mining data in this project is Neural Connection Version 2.0. This report, generally explaining the Classification, Multi-Layer Preceptor, Back propagation, Mushrooms, and details on the mining activity done to the selected datasets, to determine whether Mushroom’s attribute is edible or Poison.
Rhabdomyolysis as an Unusual Complication of Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State published in

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Ahmed Abdel-Fattah Denewar, Nagib AM*, Aliaa Risk Ismael, Abbas MH, Refaie AF Objectives: Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state (HHS) is one of the serious metabolic derangements that occurs in patients with diabetes mellitus, Cases associated with hyperosmolarity due to diabetic ketoacidosis or hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state have also been described, and hypophosphatemia may contribute to the risk of rhabdomyolysis in some of these patients, Rhabdomyolysis is a potentially life-threatening syndrome characterized by muscle necrosis and the release of intracellular muscle contents into the circulation, associated acute kidney injury (AKI) and severe electrolyte derangements are life threatening, and are accompanied by extreme elevations in CK levels. Case Report: A 47 year-old Egyptian gentleman, admitted to our center ICU with obtundation and dehydration with a 4-day history of generalized weakness, nausea and persistent vomiting. The patient had strong family history of type 2 diabetes mellitus. On admission, Neurological evaluation was irrelevant. Radiological evaluations revealed left basal pneumonic patch. His relatives deny any history of drug or alcohol abuse. Laboratory evaluation fulfilled the proposed diagnostic criteria for acute kidney injury, rhabdomyolysis and Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state. Conclusion: Type 2 diabetes mellitus may be presented for the first time by serious complication as HHS which in turn can cause a sever morbidities like rhabdomyolysis and acute kidney injury.
CLINICAL CASE OF A CHILD WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS AND AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALOPATHY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Margarita Alexieva Archinkova*, Maia Mincheva Konstantinova, Radka Savova Hristova, Danie Iliev Iliev, Ivan Olegovich Litvinenko Autoimmune etiology is being increasingly discussed as a cause of encephalopathy and intractable epilepsy in children and teenagers. Suspicion for autoimmune encephalopathy arises in patients with another established autoimmune disorder. We present a girl diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 5 years. The initial immunological laboratory data showed positive autoantibodies: GAD- 65 Ab = 92.5 IU/ml (n. v. <5); anti IA-2 = 553.1 IU/ml (n.v. <10); IAA = 4.8 U/ml (n.v. <2.5). She was discharged from the hospital with insulin dose of 0.53 U/kg/daily. A month later she presented with recurrent attacks of abdominal pain, which became more frequent and severe and accompanied by convulsions and episodes of unconsciousness. The electroencephalogram (EEG) showed temporal epilepsy and slowing of the background. Brain MRI showed cortex dysplasia of the left lobe occipital area and FLAIR and T2 signal changes. The second serum GAD -65 Ab examination found their levels significantly elevated to >2000 IU/ml and positive anti- GAD 65 Ab in the examined cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF). The therapeutic scheme included the following medications: anticonvulsant drugs; 12 courses immunoglobulin infusions; 3 pulses corticosteroids; plasmapheresis and immunosuppressive therapy with rituximab. The last therapeutic option was electrostimulation of vagus nerve (VNS) with no improvement. Our patient had unsatisfactory effect of immunotherapy and the seizures persisted although the treatment was started early. Prognosis of this rare condition is unfavorable because of deterioration causing progression of central nervous system (CNS) findings, frequent and severe seizures and intellectual degradation combined in worsening of metabolic control.
A PRAGMATIC STUDY ON WORKERS PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT published in

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Ms.V.SENGANI The workers participation in management is an essential ingredient of industrial democracy, unless the status of the worker is raised and recognized as a partner in the industry and as a co- trustee of the community, he cannot be persuaded to put in his very best in the work. Participation brings the two parties closer and makes them aware of each others problems. As a result, a better understanding and mutual trust can be created between employer and workers. Workers participation in management helps to reduce industrial disputes and to improve workers loyalty. Continuous dialogue between management and workers improves peace in industry. They become more able and ready to adopt themselves to technological and other changes made to improve the competitive position of the company
SYNTHESIS, SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME METAL (II) COMPLEXES DERIVED FROM 5-BROMO-3-((2-HYDROXYQUINOLIN-3-YL)METHYLENEAMINO)BENZOFURAN-2- CARBOXAMIDE SCHIFF BASE LIGAND published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. B Halli*, Naghma Shaishta, K. Mallikarjun and S. S Suryakant. The present article deals with the synthesis of new tridentate O, N and O donor Schiff base ligand via condensation of 3-amino-5-bromobenzofuran-2-carboxamide with 2-hydroxyquinoline-3-carbaldehyde under suitable experimental conditions. The complexes were found to have the general composition ML2, where M = Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Zn(II), Cd(II), Hg(II) and L = Schiff base. The chelation of the complexes has been elucidated in the light of analytical, IR, mass, ESR spectral and magnetic data. The measured molar conductance values shows that, the complexes are non-electrolytic in nature. The Schiff base ligand and its metal complexes screened for their antimicrobial activity against Bacillus subtilis, Escherichia coli, Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus flavus to assess their inhibiting potential by minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) method. In addition, the DNA cleavage activities of all the complexes were studied by agarose gel electrophoresis method.
Deposition & Characterization of Various Types of Coatings Development of Humidity Sensor published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Aditya Vamshi Basa | K.Venu | Godisela Ram Murthy | T.Aruna Kumari The objective of the work was to study and learn about the thin film coatings design and development of various types of coatings. The study of various thin film coatings helped in the development of Humidity sensors. The development of these sensors depended basically on the change in resistance of TiO2. Films with respect to humidity. In the first chapter the description is about the background of thin films i.e. how the thin films were developed, their concepts and design of thin film coatings. Feasibility studies for development of Humidity sensor and their characterization in third chapter. In the last chapter described about meteorology and applications of the thin films . Aditya Vamshi Basa | K.Venu | Godisela Ram Murthy | T.Aruna Kumari"Deposition & Characterization of Various Types of Coatings Development of Humidity Sensor" 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/ijtsrd5902.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/other/5902/deposition-and-characterization-of-various-types-of-coatings-development-of-humidity-sensor/aditya-vamshi-basa
Acute and Subacute Toxicity studies on Siddha Herbo-mineral Anti-arthritic formulation "Pooneeru Diravagam" in experimental animal models published in

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology (IJCPT)

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Padhmavathi. J1*, Mohamed Musthafa. M2, P. Sathiya Rajeswaran3 Ethno pharmacological Relevance: 60% of the world's population depends on traditional medicine [1]. It is in use for primary health care and general health care among rural, urban, semi urban in both developed and developing countries parallel to the usage of western medicines. Pooneeru diravagam is an indigenous Siddha medicine [2]. There is a huge cry, tall fake claims regarding the safety and efficacy of Siddha formulations. The present study is aimed to evaluate the safety of Pooneeru diravagam by determining any toxicity changes through acute and sub-acute toxicity studies per oral administration in swiss albino rats. Materials and Methods: Acute toxicity study was carried out as per OECD Guideline-423 in healthy swiss albino female rat weighing 200245 gm. The Study was carried out in three female rats under fasting condition; signs of toxicity were observed for every one hour for first 24 hours and every day for fortnight from the beginning of the study. Sub acute toxicity study was carried out as per OECD guidelines-407 in swiss albino rats of either sex weighing 220245 gm of three groups of 6 rats each (Three male and three female) at two dosage levels 0.2 ml and 0.4 ml of 28 days continuous drug administration (oral route). Results: The animals were sacrificed on the 29th day and various blood biochemical parameters haematological and clinical signs were measured. The organ morphology such as kidney, liver, heart, lungs, spleen, pancreas, brain, ovaries and testes were processed for Histopathological study. The results of sub-acute toxicity on 29th day did not show any evidence of changes. Physiological, Hematological as well as Histopathological parameters remained unaltered when compared with control animals throughout the dosing period. Conclusions: From the results it is concluded that usage of pooneeru diravagam at the dosage of 0.4 ml/kg p.o is safe for the population suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.
Personality Assessment of The Elite Men Long Distance Runners of India published in

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Annu, Vijay Kumar, Raspreet Sidhu, Neha Sharma, Dr. Dinesh P. Sharma The main purpose of the study was to assess the personality traits of the elite Indian mens Long Distance Runners. For the purpose of the study the subjects selected were long distance runners of India those who represented India at the International level .All the selected subjects were representing India. Eyesnecks personality inventory was used to assess the respective personality traits. In this study, to analysis and assess the personality traits and psychological mindset of the Elite Indian Men Long Distance Runners , the following descriptive statistical calculation were computed mean, standard deviation and co-efficient of variation. The findings of the study clearly indicate that the elite Indian men long distance runners are stable in neurotic and Extraversion personality traits.
Inmate Rehabilitation Revisited: Using Goffman and Perrow to Explain Constraints on Transformational Technologies in Prison published in

Journal of Social Science Studies

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J Forbes Farmer Informed by the work of sociologists Erving Goffman and Charles Perrow, the author focuses on the perspective that prison inmates are human material that get exposed to transformational technologies (educational and medical). Some constraints (environment and resources) on these technologies are discussed in relation to rehabilitation and recidivism. The emphasis here is on the internal limits of prisons ability to transform human behavior and attitude. This, however, is not intended to underestimate the external constraints which, in fact, get discussed throughout this paper. The author agrees with those who believe that the best rehabilitation design is structured around evidence-based programs that prepare inmates for reentry to, and full citizenship in, society.
FABRICATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL MEDICAL TEXTILES USING V.NEGUNDO LOADED NANOPARTICLE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajendran R1, Rajalakshmi V1, Radhai R1* In the present study, the Vitex negundo extract loaded nanoparticles were synthesized and their antimicrobial activity was evaluated after coating on cotton fabrics. Different organic solvents were used to extract the bioactive components from the leaves (Methanol, Ethanol, Ethyl acetate, Petroleum ether, Butyl alcohol and Chloroform) and their antimicrobial activity was determined using agar diffusion method and broth dilution method. The plant extracts showed various levels of antimicrobial activity on different test organisms and among these extracts, the ethanolic extract showed higher antimicrobial activity and was used for further nanoparticles synthesis. The nanoparticles were synthesized using cation induced controlled gellification method. The physical and chemical characterization of Vitex negundo loaded nanoparticles was done using High Resolution- Transmission Electron Microscopy and Fourier transform Infra-Red Spectroscopy (FTIR). The characterized nanoparticle loaded with V.negundo leaf extract were further coated on to the cotton fabrics using pad dry cure method. The finished cotton fabrics were assessed for their antimicrobial activity using (American Association of textile chemists and colorist) AATCC 100 and AATCC 30 which showed that the activity of the nanoparticles was enhanced. Nanoparticle loaded with herbal extract possessed the antimicrobial activity until 30 washes. Finally the air permeability of the treated and untreated fabrics was analyzed. The result obtained for nanoparticle loaded with V.negundo leaf extract treated fabrics proposes that these types of antimicrobial finishes for medical textiles will protect the patients from microbial infection thereby reducing the burden through fomites.
Study of Paraoxonase -1 Gene Polymorphism in a Healthy Population of published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Kobra Chehari, Farideh Sepahvand, Sirous Ghobadi, Ahmad Ismaili, Ezat Rafiei Alavy Human serum paraoxonase (HuPON1: EC 3.1.8.1), a calcium-dependent esterase, is synthesized in the liver and widely distributed in tissues including liver, kidney, intestine, and serum, where it is associated exclusively with high-density lipoprotein. Human paraoxonase-1 plays an important role in prevention of atherosclerosis and also protection against organophosphate-induced neurotoxicity. Paraoxonase-1 shows 2 common polymorphisms: Q/R at position 192 and M/L at position 55. In this study, paraoxonase-1 192 and 55 polymorphisms were investigated in 64 healthy Iranian individuals. Genomic DNA was isolated from whole blood by the Bartlett method, and paraoxonase-1 genotypes were determined by polymerase chain reaction amplification followed by restriction isotyping and gel electrophoresis. The chi-square test was used to evaluate the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. The genotype frequencies for paraoxonase 1-Q192R were approximately 47% (QQ), 41% (QR) and 12% (RR) and for paraoxonase-1 M55L, 44% (LL), 44% (ML) and 12% (MM). Thus, the frequency of alleles R, L, Q, and M were 0.33, 0.66, 0.67, and 0.34 respectively. In conclusion, the frequencies of paraoxonase-1 192 and 55 polymorphisms in this group of Iranian population were different from those seen in other Asian populations from Japan and China but similar to European (Caucasians).
FORMULATION AND INVITRO EVALUATION OF PINDOLOL FLOATING TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Lakshmana Rao*1, M Prasada Rao1, M.Rama Kotaiah2, Syed. Ruksana Sultana Begum1 Pindolol is a Non-Selective Beta Blocker (Adrenergic Beta -Antagonists) used in treating Hypertension. The purpose of this study was to develop a Sustained release tablet for pindolol because of its short biological half-life. Different formulas of 20mg pindolol were prepared as Oral floating matrix tablets by wet granulation technique, using polymers such as Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC K4M, K100M), Poly Vinyl Pyrrolidone (PVP), alone or in combination and other standard excipients. Sodium bicarbonate as gas-generating agent. Floating Drug Delivery System (FDDS) with a view to improve the Bioavailability, patient compliance and reduce the side effects. The prepared tablets were evaluated for Hardness, Friability, Floating lag time, and Total floating time, in vitro drug release studies. The data obtained in the in vitro drug release studies were fitted into various kinetic equations like Zero order, Kore- meyer peppas equation. Formulation F5 shows good floating lag time (10hrs), Good in vitro drug release, The kinetic data shows the values were best fit for Kores meyer peppas equation, the n? value was found to be 0.8, So it follows non-fickion transport of the drug from tablets was confirmed.
Design and Evaluation of a Liquidbeneficial Yeast Active Additivefor Ruminant Animal Diets published in

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D. Diaz Amp Ndash Plascencia, C. Rodr Iacute Guez Amp Ndash Muela, P. Mancillas Amp Ndash Flores, J. M. Mendoza Amp Ndash Carrillo, P. J. Albertos Amp Ndash Alpuche, R. Mart Iacute Nez Amp Ndash Yanez Two experiments were performed in order to determine the in vitro fermentation behavior of yeast strains isolated from apples byproducts and the optimum level of an additive based on this yeast added to diets for high producingHolstein cows using the In vitro gas productiontechnique. In Experiment 1, eight inocula were developed with yeast strains 2, 9, 11 and 13 of Kluyveromyceslactis (Kl); 3 and 8 Issatchenkiaorientalis (Io); 4 and 6 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Sc). The eight treatments consisted of 0.2 g sample of dairy cows feed + 10 mL ofruminal liquid + 20 mL artificial saliva and 1 mL inoculum of different strains. There were 3 replications per treatment and sampling times of 12, 24 and 48 h for variables ammonia nitrogen (AN), lactic acid (LAc) and yeast counts (YeC). Gas production (GP) was determined at 3, 6, 12, 24 and 48 h. In Experiment 2, four treatments were evaluated: t1) 0.2 g sample of the diet without yeast additive added; t2) 0.2 g of sample with 3x1011 CFU/kg DM; t3) 0.2 g of sample with 6x1011 CFU/kg DM and t4) 0.2 g of sample with 9x1011 CFU/kg DM. All treatments had 10 mL of rumen fluid + 20 mL of artificial saliva. According to the results obtained in the first experiment, the inoculum was prepared from 4 yeast strains of K. lactis (Kl) 2 and 11; l.orientalis (Io), strain 3 and S.cerevisae (Sc), strain 6.The evaluated variables were pH, YeC, protozoa count (PrC), AN, LAc, and for GP sampling at 3, 6 , 12, 24, 48 and 96 h. Experiment 1 results showed strain and fermentation time effect(P <0.01) in AN, LAc and YeC variables. The lowest ANvalues were observed with the Kl-2 strain and the higher with Io-3, Io-8 and Sc-6 strains, with 22.5, 24.8, 24.8 and 24.1 mM/mLvalues, respectively. In YeC differences were observed (P <0.01) with a better performance of Kl-2, Kl-9, Kl-11, Kl-13 and Sc-6 strains finding cell counts of 1.9, 1.3, 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0 x 107CFU/mL, at 48hrespectively.Experiment 2 results, show a pH increase (P <0.01) over time from 7.1 to 7.4; whereas t2, t3 and t4 with inoculum treatments showed a gradual descent from 12 to 24 h. PrC increased (P <0.01) with the highest increased production for t4 (0.01 1.8x107 CFU/mL, 48 h). YeC excelled (P <0.01) in t4, with 2.0x107 0.00 CFU/mL at 48 h. AN increased in all treatments (P <0.01) from h12 to h96. LAc decreased (P <0.01) with the additive addition in t2, t3 and t4 showing a marked decrease in LAc, from h12 to h96 with values of 7.12 0.19 to 2.04 0.19 mM/mL in t2, from 6.73 0.19 to 1.36 0.17 mM/mL in t3 and 10.73 0.29 to 1.95 0.16 mM/mL in t4, which shows the best LAc reduction.It is concluded that the K. lactis yeast proved to be the most effective strain for ruminal fermentation with the best performance in terms of increased CFU count and therefore remain longer in the rumen environment and better LAc reduction.Inoculum addition to diets favored GP, YeC, PrC and a marked LAcreduction in t2, t3 and t4, showing that the most appropriate inoculum level to be used in diets for high producing cows is 10mL/kg DM.
Land and Labour Productivity in Karnataka: A Comparisons. published in

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Dr. HANUMANTHAPPA K M The comparisons of labour and land productivity indices for the twenty-seven districts of the state and also in terms of growth rates are presented The extent of labour and land productivity has been measured on the Y/L vertical axis and Y/A horizontal axis respectively. Broadly three distinct scatters or paths extending out from the origin can be observed: (a) the first scatter or path' indicated by a group of districts namely, Belgaum, Shimoga, Bijapur, Bagalkot, Bidar, Mandya and Kodagu, where the extent of relationship between both productivities is highly favourable, (b) the second scatter is indicated by the districts of Chitradurga, Davangere, Chikamaglur, Hassan, Mysore, Chamarajnagar, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Bellary, where the extent of relationship between labour and land productivity has not been so favourable, and (c) the third path is indicated by the remaining districts of the state where the relative productivity indices are far below the above two extremes. These relationships may further be visualized and each path seems to reflect the long-run process of productivity variations in respect of Labour and Land Output in each district which represents a part of certain region in the state.
Human Amniotic Membrane: Can it be a Ray of Hope in Periodontal Regeneration? published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Supriya Mishra, Dr. Shweta Singh Periodontal diseases leading to deterioration of tooth-supporting structures are a serious concern for clinicians. Conventional and existing treatment procedures are not predictable and are associated with a relatively high degree of variability and usually insufficient to promote the regeneration of damaged structures. However, in the emerging field of regenerative medicine, the mesenchymal stem cells derived from human amniotic membrane has given us a ray of hope. The clinical application of amniotic membrane not only maintains the structural and anatomical configuration of regenerated tissues, but also contributes to the enhancement of healing through reduction of post-operative scarring and subsequent loss of function and providing a rich source of stem cells.
TECHNOLOGICAL SAFETY OF REGION AS THE CONSTITUENT OF NATIONAL INTERESTS OF STATE TECHNOLOGICAL SAFETY 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�
Galyna Zhavoronkova The article determines threats to technological safety of the state, defines functions of partnership model participants and category “economic safety of region”, analyzes the technological infrastructure of region and proposes measures for maintaining technological safety of region. Aim of research is the author’s definition of the economic category “technological safety of region” which shall not contradict the state national interests, as well as determination of factors influencing and presenting threat to the technological safety of region. Results of research: priority directions of the scientific support for solving the problems of technological safety include innovative policy of the state and regions, advanced technologies, protection of intellectual property on the internal and external markets, formation of human resources potential of science and databases, including special databases subject to the state protection. It is grounded that the basis of technological safety of region is proper economic and technical potential, the level of which shall comply with the world standards and today's demands, therefore the main task of the regional power authorities for the enhancement of technological safety is favoring the inflow of advanced technologies into the region with the simultaneous control over their export from region for its economic growth and stable development, as well as provision of competitive capacity of products.
RISK MANAGEMENT IN DELIVERING COMPLEX RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: A CASE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ARMED FORCES RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTER published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Badr Ahmed Alshehhi, Dr. David Thorpe, Dr. Steven Goh Risk management continues to be a major feature of the project management of large construction, engineering, technological, research and development projects in an attempt to reduce uncertainties and to achieve project success. Working in Research and Development Centre of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces is challenging as new developments are continues since the tasked projects include high degree of risks which may potentially interfere with successful completion of these projects. Therefore, a scientific approach and developing process improvements for identifying and managing the risks that exist in these projects are needed within the context of the UAE environment. This will fill a void in the literature, although managing risks of R&D environments have been studied for many years, where current studies fall short of studying these risks in the UAE Military. The benefits will yield theoretical framework for managing risks that fits UAE military and similar R&D environments Keywords:Armed Forces, R&D, Complex Project, Risk Management.
Study on Risk And Return Factors of Selected Banks in Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ebrahim Al-gamal | Dr. Abbokar Siddiq Banks extreme importance of the economic stability of the country, as well as great importance when it is working on a compilation of the savings of individuals and re-invest in exchange for the return, as well as the provision of funds to finance economic projects, which leads to an increase in the gross national product of the country. As the purpose of the study is to understand the banks stock movement in the Indian capital market through the risk and return factors, which has direct or indirect impact, The objective of the study is to identify the risk and return factors of Indian capital market with regard to select banking sector, to examine the efficiency of CAPM and other risk factors in the Bombay stock exchange (BSE). Along with scope of the limited of the operation of the Bombay stock exchange (BSE). This study is based on the risk-return tool and CAPM to analyze the banks stock. we found this model to be suitable because it measures the profitability of the selected banks. The result of the study showed that the private banks making better than the public banks in the market and observed that the bank sector is an effective sector in the Indian capital market. The study recommended for public sector banks to attract more investors, it has to make some advantages to present investors and it should make wise decisions while making investments and provide more benefits to the investor. Ebrahim Al-gamal | Dr. Abbokar Siddiq"Study on Risk And Return Factors of Selected Banks in Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)" 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/ijtsrd10886.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/risk-management/10886/study-on-risk-and-return-factors-of-selected-banks-in-bombay-stock-exchange-bse/ebrahim-al-gamal
Study on characteristic strength of partially replaced natural aggregates by flyash aggregates in concrete published in

Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

Published by peertechz publications
Geena George* and Asha K To explore more benefits of flyash in construction industry, a study has conducted on strength characteristics of M30 grade concrete using manufactured flyash coarse aggregate as a partial replacement of natural granite coarse aggregate. The aggregates were manufactured using cement in lesser quantities and flyash in excess quantity various trail mixes were conducted and finally a suitable mix is selected for large quantity production. Cubes, beams and cylinders were casted by partial replacing natural coarse aggregate by 25%, 30%, 35%, 40%, 45% and 50% of manufactured fly ash aggregate. The strength parameters such as compressive strength, flexural strength and split tensile strength of the casted cubes, beams and cylinders were tested respectively.
BASIS NOTIONS OF TAX THEORY IN VIEW OF NEW FUNCTIONAL ROLE 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�
Chynchyk Anatoly The subject of the thesis is to analyze the development of the tax theory basing on the statements of the famous representatives of the economic thought. The aim of the thesis is the theoretical and methodological argumentation support of the functional entity of taxes and to specify their practical significance for the system and administrative approaches. Methodology of work. The thesis is executed based on the analysis of the scientific sources, argumentation support of the principles of the main tax notions, tax system and policy being the part of the actual directions of modern scientific researches in the field of finances ad state regulation of economy. Results of work. We summarized the philosophical interpretation of the last variants of tax perception in society as ‘the payment for civilization» or as «the legal robbery». We studied the practice of taxation in the leading countries of the world proving high level of tax deductions in the countries with high living standards supported by proper public credit. Under such conditions the high taxes do not result to economy minimization. We also compared the shares of tax deductions to GDP of the countries. We found current uncertainty of Ukraine in the level of tax burden on the citizens and business sphere together with inefficient use of natural resource as one of the sources of pumping up the budget. Let us state that the improvement of the tax system in Ukraine must cover nit only the urgent problems but take into account the strategic challenges. We proved the importance of scientific argumentation of tax theories as the force for development and this was the basis for the research of tax researches paying special attention to system and administrative approaches. It is obvious that the tax itself does not have sufficient functional burden and its value increased in types diversity reflected in the tax system. Namely the tax system secures legal certainty and the procedure of tax payments. We also analyzed the functional value of taxes which includes two levels: expanded value (social creation, state united, moving, stabilizing, balancing) and specific value (fiscal, social and regulating). Taking into account modern dynamic social and economic development there is the necessity to specify new approaches to arrange the tax system in view of new challenges. Such challenges are new approaches to secure social development, informing of the society and economy, implementation of basic income, growing influence of the leading companies versus state companies. Taking into account the challenges we specified new actual directions for the researches in the field of the tax theory understanding the possible transformations of their functional value. Conclusions. The scientific argumentation of modern taxa approaches is based on holistic comprehension of functional meaning of taxes. This meaning must focus not only on basic functions but also the meaning of social and state formation, motivation for spatial development, stability and balance of different processes of resource redistribution. The strategic aim of taxes to be used is to optimize the satisfaction of the interests of different subjective groups and to express them in the living standards.
Trade Liberalization and Trade Flows in Nigeria An Aggregated Analysis published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Anionwu, Carol This study examines the impact of trade liberalization and trade flows in Nigeria using an econometric regression model of the Ordinary Least Square OLS . From the result of the OLS, it is observed that trade flows and export subsidies have a positive relationship with economic growth. This means that when trade flows and export subsidies are increasing, it will bring about more growth in Nigerian economy. On the other hand, import tariffs, import quotas and export taxes have a negative impact on economic growth in Nigeria. This means that if import tariffs, import quotas and export taxes are falling, there will be increase in economic growth. From the empirical work reviewed, some authors argued that trade liberalization and trade flows is positively related to economic growth while some authors argued that it is negatively related. The findings of the study also show that trade flows, import tariffs, import quotas and export taxes are statistically significant in explaining the Nigerian economy while export subsidy is statistically insignificant. The study therefore recommends that government should encourage import liberalization through reduction in tariff rates, gradual removal of Non-Tariff Barriers NTB , outright banning of certain goods which will ensure that our imports, following trade liberalization, is directed mainly on intermediate and capital goods. Imports of consumables would be brought to nil and therefore there would be a corresponding increase in the production of competitive import. Finally, the government should vigorously seek to improve the international stand of the economy with other economies of the world so as to enlarge the market for Nigerian exports. It should also re-orient its policy towards the external sector and ensure that the sector contribute optimally to output growth. Anionwu, Carol "Trade Liberalization and Trade Flows in Nigeria: An Aggregated Analysis" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18911.pdf
Chefs Perception Towards Convenience Foods: an Exploratory Study published in

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Dr. Ankush Ambardar, Dr. Megha Gupta Restaurants have distinguishing features than other dining outlets available in present market. Restaurant operations and consumer demands are not limited to food quality and taste; moreover the order needs to be placed in minimum time period including both preparation and serving timings. To meet this demand various factors like skills of staff, work environment, convenience food, etc are been considered by the management of catering establishments. The present paper is an attempt to understand acceptability of convenience food by Chefs and to rank their perception that influences them to use convenience food in daily operations. The present study was conducted in various restaurants in UT, Chandigarh. The results reveal acceptability of convenience food in present market due to factors like consistent results, save time, etc
Nutrient Foramina of the Dry Human Clavicle and Their Clinical Significance published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Hetalben G. Patel,Dr. Dayanand Babariya,Dr. C. A. Pensi Aim of the study: To study the number, direction and position of nutrient foramen of the dry human clavicle. Material and Method:The study comprised 75 clavicles which were obtained from anatomy department of B.J.Medical College and grossly observed for the number,location and direction of the nutrient foramina. The Foraminal Index was calculated for each clavicle by applying the Hughes formula. All the measurements were taken by using digital Vernier Calipers in millimeters. Results: In present study the foramen was single in 56(74.66%) clavicles,double in11(14.66%) clavicles,more than two in 6(8%) clavicles and absent in 2(2.66%) clavicles.The foramen was present in 79(82.29%) claviclesat middle 1/3, in 8(8.33%)at medial 1/3 and in 9(9.37%) clavicles at lateral 1/3 of clavicle.The foramen was present on inferior surface in 18(18.75%) clavicles on posterior surface in 76 (79.16%) clavicles and on superior surface in 2(2.08%) clavicles. Mean Foraminal Index was 52.66. Conclusion: Most of the foramina were on posterior surface and on middle 1/3(proved by Foraminal Index). Undoubtedly all foramina were directed towards the acromial end, so nutrient foramina ofclavicle follow the growing end theory. Theknowledge from the present study will be helpful in certain surgical procedures to preserve circulation, for bone grafting,surgical approach for internal fixation and coracoclavicular ligament repair.
THD Reduction and Power Quality Improvement in Grid Connected PV System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rajbir Sood | Geena Kalpesh In this paper an MPPT technique is applied in grid connected PV system to harness maximum available power available from sun. The shortcomings of current inverter functions which link PV systems to the utility network are becoming transparent as PV penetration levels continue to increase. In this paper an analysis of solar system connected with the grid has been done.The system is subjected with two types of perturbations, i.e. variable load and the variable irradiance level which changes the output of the solar system. The design, modeling, and analysis of a grid-tied PV system are performed in the MATLAB software simulation environment. Solar cell works on the principle of photo voltaic effect, which has nonlinear voltage and current characteristics. These characteristics are improved with the help of maximum power point tracking (MPPT) controller. MPPT controller helps to feed the inverter with maximum power from the solar system. Results indicate that in the presence of grid disturbances the inverter can react dynamically to help restore the power system back to its normal state. A harmonic analysis was also performed indicating the inverter under study met the applicable power quality standards for distributed energy resources. Rajbir Sood | Geena Kalpesh"THD Reduction and Power Quality Improvement in Grid Connected PV System" 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/ijtsrd173.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/173/thd-reduction-and-power-quality-improvement-in-grid-connected-pv-system/rajbir-sood
A Study of The Results of Double Plating for The Fixation of Fractures of The Lower End of Humerus in Adults. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR DHAVAL R MODI, DR .RUKESH R PATEL, DR KAUSHAL R ANAND, DR GYAN TRIVEDI, DR JWALANT C MODI, DR GEORGE MATHEW KOSHY Distal humerus fractures in adults are injuries which are highly demanding, and complex because of metaphyseal comminution in the fracture, articular involvement with small fragments, limited subchondral bone, osteoporosis and difficult anatomy and approach to the joint. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES study the results of fractures of the lower end of humerus in adults, treated by the double plating technique in terms of the final range of movement of the elbow, the union time , rate of complications. Materials and method we retrospectively reviewed a series of 24 adults who underwent double plating for the distal humeral fractures at our institute. Results:results were considered in terms of union ,complication ,mobility , implant used, duration of stay,MAYO elbow performense score,varus valgus stability. Conclusion: Two established plating techniques (orthogonal and parallel plating) have yielded excellent outcomes after open reduction and internal fixation. We recommend operating the distal humerus fractures in all cases with ORIF by double plating, focusing on the AO principles, even in the presence of osteoporosis.
PERUMUSAN KETENTUAN PIDANA DALAM PEMBENTUKAN PERATURAN DAERAH (Studi di Kabupaten Purbalingga) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Muhammad Fauzan, Djumadi, dan Riris Ardhanariswari Article 143 section (2) Law Number 32 Years 2004 concerning Local Government contending that by law can load six-month coop crime threat at longest or maximun Rp. 50.000.000,00 ( fifty million rupiah). While in section ( 3) the law give authority to local goverment to load the crime in the out off the this regulation. This regulation by itself give authority at local government to specify crime threat or maximal penalty. Even give crime threat besides the crime serve a sentence and penalty. The Result this research that in the reality Rule of Crime in Local Regulation in Purbalingga still not yet applied the mentioned, is even found also not clear of arrangement of rule of crime in Local Regulation Sub-Province of Purbalingga, like: boundary inexistence upper and lower in rule of crime, there is no him clarity of qualifikasi glare at alternative, or cumulative or alternatif-cumulatif, there is no him rule of attempt penalization. What for the reason this research give recommendation for this local regulation. Kata kunci: Local Government, Rule of Crime, Local Regulation
Age-Related Changes in Serum Calcium and Phosphorus Levels in Osteopenic and Osteoporotic Urban Women published in

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Bharathi R, Baby D The calcium and phosphorus play a crucial role in the bone health status of an individual. The quantitative ultra sound (QUS) bone densitometry measured at calcaneous bone is used to evaluate the bone strength based on WHO criteria of BMD T-score standard deviation against normal adult mean. Accordingly the women are divided into normal, osteopenic and osteoporotic women. The age-related changes are evaluated by four different age groups viz., 35-44, 45-54, 55-64 and 65-74 years. The results clearly indicated by reduction in serum calcium and phosphorus with progressive age and as the bone health regressed from normal to osteopenia and to osteoporosis. Intervention strategies in dietary modifications by including calcium rich foods might reduce the extent of bone loss and consequences of osteoporotic risk levels in aged and elderly women.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF ZALTOPROFEN FROM BULK DRUG AND TABLET DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajan V. Kalamkar1*, Shailesh J. Wadher1, Sunita S. Gagare2 and Ashish S. Jain2 Two Simple, accurate, precise and sensitive spectrophotometric methods for estimation of Zaltoprofen (ZAL) have been developed and validated. The zero order spectroscopic method (Method I) and area under curve method (Method II) have developed. The proposed methods are validated according to ICH Q2B guidelines. The Zaltoprofen gives maximum absorbance at 227nm in Methanol: Water (1:4) and observed linearity 2-18 ?g/ml for zero order method and area under curve method. The stability of drug in Methanol: Water (1:4) has been studied and drug shows good stability. The recovery by method I and method II are 99.87 0.532, 99.620.712 respectively. The both spectrophotometric methods can be applied for routine analysis of Zaltoprofen in tablet formulation and in bulk drug.
Thermoacoustical Study of the Binary Mixture of L-Asparagine With Water at Different Temperatures published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Priyanka Shamkuwar, O.P.Chimankar The ultrasonic velocity (u), density (?) and viscosity (?) have been measured at 2 MHz frequency in the binary mixtures of L-Asparagine with water over entire range concentration at temperature range 293-323K using ultrasonic Pulser Receiver technique. The experimental data have been used to calculate acoustical parameter namely adiabatic compressibility (?a), acoustic impedance (z), free length (Lf) with a view to investigate the nature and strength of molecular interaction in the binary liquid mixture. The obtained result support the occurrence of complex formation through intermolecular hydrogen bonding in there binary liquid mixtures.
The Role of Finger Sucking and Animal Domestication in the Prevalence of Agents of Diarrhoea in Orphanages in Benue State` published in

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ATU, Bernard Ortwer,JIMOH, Patrick Ozaveshe This study determined the prevalence of Giardia lamblia and Cryptosporidium parvum as agents of diarrhoea in children living in the orphanages in Benue State and the role of finger sucking and animal domestication in the prevalence of the parasites. Stools were collected from children (n=128) living in the four orphanages. The stools were screened with the Giardia and Cryptosporidium 2nd Generation ELISA test kits (Diagnostic Automation, Inc.). Cryptosporidium parvum and Gardia lamblia were highly prevalent (43.8%) with 28.9% been Gardia lamblia infection, 9.4% been Cryptosporidium parvum; and co-infection was 5.5%. Mkar orphanage (22/42) and Otukpo orphanage (11/21) had the highest prevalence (52.4%) but with the highest positive cases in Mkar, while the least prevalence (30.0%) of enteric protozoan infection was recorded in Mama Abayol, Makurdi. Finger sucking and practice of animal husbandry had significant (P<0.05) effect on the prevalence. Routine diagnosis of diarrhoeic stool specimens brought to the labouratories should include Giardia and Cryptosporidium. Finger sucking among the children should be disabused using simplified habit reversal method, while proper system of animal husbandry should be practiced for healthier living condition. Good personal hygiene should be encouraged in the orphaages so as to reduce the burden of pathogenic diseases.
Use of Big Data in Government Sector published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pravin Dattu Gangad | Pranay Pravin Gaikwad Businesses, governments, and the research community can all derive value from the massive amounts of digital data they collect. Analyzing big-data application projects by governments offers guidance for follower countries for their own future big-data initiatives. Decision making in government usually takes much longer and is conducted through consultation and mutual consent of a large number of diverse actors, including officials, interest groups, and ordinary citizens. Governments deal not only with general issues of big-data integration from multiple sources and in different formats and cost but also with some special challenges. The biggest is collecting data, governments have difficulty, as the data not only comes from multiple channels but from different sources. Most governments operating or planning big-data projects need to take a step-by-step approach for setting the right goals and realistic expectations. Success depends on their ability to integrate and analyze information, develop supporting systems, and support decision making through analytics. Pravin Dattu Gangad | Pranay Pravin Gaikwad"Use of Big Data in Government Sector" 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/ijtsrd15676.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/database/15676/use-of-big-data-in-government-sector/pravin-dattu-gangad
Improvement of the Production Process through the Application of the Simulation Technique published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
González Torres Arturo | Ramirez Castañeda Armando I. | Ricardez González Dalia K. | Fernández López Susana. Y. | Martínez Muñoz María F. The present research presents the results obtained from a practical study regarding the improvement of the production process through the application of the simulation technique. A 90 reliability and 10 error were used for the time-lapse study. For the analysis of the production process ProModel® specialized software was used in its test version. The results obtained in the research were that the simulation model behaves similar to the actual production process Likewise, the productivity of the production process was 2.33 . González Torres Arturo | Ramirez Castañeda Armando I. | Ricardez González Dalia K. | Fernández López Susana. Y. | Martínez Muñoz María F. "Improvement of the Production Process through the Application of the Simulation Technique" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | 2nd International Congress of Engineering , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5821.pdf
Role of Dietary Soybean Genistein in Osteoporosis Prevention published in

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

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Masayoshi Yamaguchi1*, Ying Hua Gao-Balch2 Bone homeostasis is regulated through osteoclasts and osteoblasts. Osteoporosis, which is induced with its accompanying decrease in bone mass with increasing age, is widely recognized as a major public heath problem. Bone loss may be due to decreased osteoblastic bone formation and increased osteoclastic bone resorption. There is growing evidence that nutritional and food factors may play a part in the prevention of bone loss with aging and have been to be worthy of notice in the prevention of osteoporsis. Genistein, which is contained in soybeans, has been shown to have a stimulative effect on osteoblastic bone formation and a suppressive effect on osteoclastic bone resorption, thereby increasing bone mass. This factor has a regulative effect on protein synthesis and gene expression, which are related to bone formation in osteoblastic cells and bone resorption in osteoclastic cells. Oral administration of genistein has been shown to prevent on bone loss in ovariectomized rats, an animal model for osteoporosis, indicating a role in the prevention of osteoporosis. Intake of dietary soybean genistein has been shown to have a preventive effect on osteoporosis in human subjects, suggesting a role in the prevention of bone loss. This review discusses a role of dietary soybean genistein in osteoporosis prevention.
Pregnancy Outcome in Women With Previous one Cesarean Section published in

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Dr. DATTATRAYA NARAYAN HAMBIRE Background : Women with previous cesarean sections constitute a high risk group in obstetrics ,with associated complications. The cesarean section carries 3 fold risk of mortality compared with vaginal deliveries. The study was conducted to determine the mode of deliveries after previous one cesarean section , maternal and fetal complication Objective : To study the outcome of pregnancy in women with previous one cesarean section in relation to mode of delivery and maternal and perinatal complication Material & Methods : A retrospective hospital based study was carried out in the Department of Obstetrics & gynecology of Yenepoya Medical College; a tertiary health care referral centre in Mangalore, Karnataka over a period of 21/2 years from January 2012 to May 2014. Statistical analysis was not used since it is a descriptive study. Results : Out of the 480 pregnant women with history of previous 1 lscs who were subjected to this study,389 (80%) underwent elective LSCS commonest indication being short inter pregnancy interval(58%). 91(20%) underwent trial of labour after cesarean section ,and 57(62.63%) had successful VBAC and 34(37.36%) underwent repeat emergency LSCS .Maternal complication were higher in LSCS group than in those had a successful VBAC(18%vs12%).Neonatal complications were also higher in LSCS group than in those had a successful VBAC(3.54%vs0). Conclusion :With proper case selection, appropriate timing and close supervision trial of labour after prior LSCS is safe and often successful. Adequate inter pregnancy interval could be encouraged with good contraceptive measures
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PROFICIENT TECHNIQUE IN AGRICULTURE FOR WEED DETECTION AND IRRIGATION SYSTEM USING GSM TECHNOLOGY published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. B. Paulchamy, Akshay. P. K, Gokulraj. M, Ajith. A. K, Ananth. R, Manoj. K Day to day farmers facing main agricultural problems is weed effect, monsoon changes, and time conception. The traditional farming method is unable to improve the crop yield and does not solve farmer's day today problems. That's why the farmers start to implement the various technologies to achieve better yield, reduce the time conception and required man power. This paper represents the 3 in 1 prototype design based on Automatic Weed Detection and Sprayer System and Automatic Irrigation System with GSM Protocol. Based on their function, the prototype system has 3 processes in agricultural field. But the whole processes are simultaneously working together. This is the main advantage of this prototype system from traditional method. To achieve the new weed detection the plants must be classified into weeds and crops according to their properties. The algorithm like image processing is used to identify the crop and weed. The prototype system detects the weed, the smart sprayer effectively sprays the herbicide on the weed detected area [1]. The process continues at every specific time interval and it reduces the time consumption and required man power. The proposed system also consists of an automatic irrigation with soil moisture sensing sensor [14] and GSM protocol, the main advantage of the GSM protocol is that the farmer can control the both spraying and automatic irrigation system by sending a message to the proposed system.
Inclusion- The Right of Every Child. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Reshmi Ramachandran, Dr. G. Subramonian 10% of the worlds population lives with a disability, and 80% of these people with disabilities live in developing countries. Globally, children with disabilities count for one-third of all children out-of-school. Inclusive education is built around the goals and ideologies of the social model. Education is just one of the many sections of society to which the social model applies; and inclusion in education means removing the barriers in the classroom and school so that students of all ability levels are included in the same lesson. India is one among the few countries all over world where the education of children with disability doesnt fall within the perview of human resource development ministry but under the ministry of social justice and empowerment. There are many schemes, acts and conventions formed in favour of disabled children. In this paper an attempt is made to discusses about the various schemes , acts and conventions that have been formed for the empowerment of disabled children with more emphasis on education. Awareness about these schemes and convention is required by the disabled to ensure that their rights are safeguarded.
Six Sigma DMAIC for Shaking Stagnant Construction Cultures – A Conceptual Perspective published in

Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

Published by peertechz publications
Ahmad A Mousa* Cultural barrier is always perceived as the prime challenge for modernizing idle construction markets. Unsurprisingly, most changes in construction hinge on understanding the benefits of sustainable transformation. Persistent attempts in stagnant construction cultures have materialized in some noted changes. Successful sustainable transformation in such economies appears to be chiefly impeded at the execution level. The Kotter’s model for change is globally accepted approach for comprehensive implementation of major business transformations. Modern organizational change initiatives typically embrace the notions of Six Sigma in a broader sense. This concept paper propose the use of Six Sigma DMAIC technique for reforming stagnant construction cultures. A case study from a challenged construction market is referred to for potential implication.
Road Accident Study on Some Areas in Yangon published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Kyaing Nowadays, road crashes become a growing worldwide problem and result in around 1 million deaths now occurs in developing countries. Huge economic losses are now being incurred annually in the ASEAN countries as a direct result of road crashes and the most recent research suggests annual losses across the region are now in excess of US dollar 14 billion per year (around 2.1% of annual GDP of ASEAN region). In Myanmar, thousands of healthy lives are lost by road accidents comparing with other ASEAN countries. A research was conducted on a section of Pyay road with its high-accident locations to study and evaluate the cause of its frequent accidents. Initial study indicated that most of the accidents were attributed to human elements. This was included by the fact that a high percentage of accident was caused by the collision of moving vehicle and pedestrian. Identifying and removing hazardous spots to improve road safety will primarily requires well documented record on those roads with high-accident locations. These data base can inform to urban transport planner for road safety improvement. Kyaing"Road Accident Study on Some Areas in Yangon" 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/ijtsrd15944.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/15944/road-accident-study-on-some-areas-in-yangon/kyaing
Economic Load Dispatch Using Genetic Algorithm published in

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CHIRAGKUMAR K. PATEL, PROF. MIHIR B. CHAUDHARI Economic load dispatch (ELD) is a process of finding optimal generation scheduling of available generators in an interconnected power system to meet the demand on the system, at lowest possible cost, while satisfying various operational constraints on the system. This paper presents overview of economic load dispatch problems and solution methodologies. MATLAB programming of Lambda iteration method used for solving economic load dispatch problem was done and results are given in tabular form. Also presents overview of Genetic Algorithm concept.
SYNTHESIS OF AMINOALCOHOLS BASED ON OXYHALOGENATION PRODUCTS OF ALKYLCYCLOHEXENES AND C3, C4 ALIPHATIC AMINES published in

Azerbaijan Chemical Journal

Published by M.Nagiyev Institute of Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry
O.A.Sadygov, Kh.M.Alimardanov, Sh.I.Ismayilova Synthesis of aminocyclohexanols through the steps of hydroxychlor(brom)ination of alkyl- and alkenylcyclohexenes has been proposed in the system: cycloolefin + oxidant + Hhal. It was demonstrated that the oxidation process is induced by the electrophilic intermediates HOX, (X=Cl, Br), which in the "in situ" mode, are added to the multiple bond of substrates by the formation of the corresponding hydroxyhalides. Substitution of halogen atoms for amino groups with the participation of potassium hydroxide leads to the corresponding amino alcohols
QOS ORIENTED NODE SELECTION APPROACH IN AD-HOC ROUTING IN VANET published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
VIGNESHKANNA.B, M.MANIKANDAN? Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) are highly mobile wireless networks that are designed to support vehicle safety. A Our new protocol combines features of on demand routing with positionbased geographic routing in a manner that efficiently uses all the position data available. The protocol is provided to gracefully exit to on demand routing as the position information attaining low level. In the paper, we have presented, a hybrid routing scheme that gracefully integrates the characteristics of on-demand and proactive routing, it shows more scalability for movement and collision load. We have demonstrated that new hybrid protocol provides well on demand routing protocols (such as AODV), Geo-routings (such as GPSR) and adaptive hybrid routing protocols (such as AODV) in high mobility and collision load. The improvement is more significant with higher mobility and collision load. We show through analysis that our protocol is scalable and has an optimal overhead, even in the presence of position errors. Our protocol provides an enhanced yet pragmatic location-enabled solution that can be deployed in all VANET-type environments. QOS-AR is simple to deploy and yet effectively obtains optimal scalability performance, making it an ideal candidate for the routing protocol in emerging VANETs. By selecting the forwarding So that we can reduces delay, increase energy and throughput
Clyster Policy in the Region published in

Sovremenna? ?konomika: problemy, tendencii, perspektivy

Published by Murom Institute of Vladimir State University n.a. A.G. & N.G. Stoletovs
Lapygin Denys Yurevich Part clarifies existing scenarios in the region to build innovative changes proposed by constructing a network of regional clusters. A specific of the region determines the list of possible clusters. Interaction between the clusters allows obtaining a synergistic effect which enhances the synergy of each cluster separately. Formation of a network of regional clusters creates a new situation in managing the economy of the region, when some of the powers of the regional administration in the coordination and management of the processes of socio - economic development of the region can take over management of a network of regional clusters.
Gender differences in Aggressive Behavior of Adolescents published in

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Dr. Jamal Akhtar,Dr. A. K. S. Kushwaha An attempt has been made to compare the gender differences in aggressive behaviour of Adolescents by using a sample of Two hundredteenagers consisted of 100 boys and 100 girls, age ranging from 16 to 19 years. Dr. G.C. Patis Aggressiontest was used for data collection. The causes of aggression as perceived by teenagers were measured by asking few questions related to it. It was found that boys and girls differ significantly on aggression scale. Results show that the boys were more aggressive than girls as showing mean value of aggressive behavior 11.96 and 6.26 respectively. The data suggests that very small number of adolescent girls expressed their anger or aggressive behavior freely as compared to boys who have larger number to express freely their aggression. Another interesting finding revealed that girls feel guilty after expressing their anger where boys dont feel guilty. As for as causes of aggression is concerned, no significant difference have been found between boys and girls on the factors related to its causes.
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.
ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF BURSERA PENCILLATA LEAF EXTRACT ON DERMATOPHYTES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashok. T* Madhuri. N,Sravanthi.P , Shilpa Vemula To evaluate the in v i t ro ant ifungal act ivit y of Bursera pencillata leaf extract s and fractions on t he clinical isolat es of der mat ophyt ic fungi like Tric hophyt on ment agr ophytes, Tri chophyton rubrum, Mi crosporum cani s, Mi crosporum gypseum and Epidermophyton floccosum. The minimum inhibitory concentrati on (MIC) and minimum fungici dal concentrati on (MFC) of various extracts and fract ions of the leaves of Bursera pencillata were measured using method of Nat iona l Commit tee for Clinical Laborator y Standards ( NCCLS). Bursera pencillata leaf extracts and fractions were found to have fungicida l activity against various clinical isolates of dermatophyti c fungi . The MIC and MFC was found to be high in water and ethyl alcohol extracts and methanol fractions (200 g /mL) against dermatophytic fungi studi ed. Bursera pencillata l eaf extracts significantly inhibits the growth of all dermatophyti c fungi studi ed. If this activity is confirmed by in vivo studi es and if the compound is isolated and i denti fied, i t could be a remedy for dermatophytosis
Mechanical Properties of Sintered Tungsten Cu-WC Composites by using Artificial Neural Networks published in

International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology (IJECRT)

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H. Sandeep; S. Prakash; R. Christu Paul High-vitality mechanical processing was utilized to blend Cu and WC powders. Cylindrical preforms with initial preform density of 85% were prepared using a die and punch assembly. The preforms were sintered in an electric muffle furnace at 750℃, 800℃, 850℃, and subsequently furnace cooled and then the specimens are hot extruded to get 92% preform density. Scanning Electron Microscope and X-ray diffraction observations used to evaluate the characteristics. The experimental results showed that the density of the composites increase with increased WC content and agrees with the values obtained through the rule of mixtures. The hardness and ultimate tensile strength of Cu–WC composites were found to increase with increased WC content in the matrix at the cost of ductility. Neural networks are employed to study the tribological behavior of sintered Cu–WC composites. The proposed neural network model has used the measured parameters namely the weight percentage of tungsten carbide, sintering temperature, load and sliding distance to predict multiple material characteristics, hardness, specific wear rate, and coefficient of friction. The predicted values from the proposed networks coincide with the experimental values. In addition, a relative study between the regression analysis and the networks revealed that the artificial neural networks can predict the tribological characteristics of sintered Cu and WC composites better than regression polynomials within a very few percent error.
An IOT based solution for Road Accidents published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
A. Geetha | Shahanaz Khan N | Sneha Rajagopal | Soundariya B Nowadays the vehicle accident rate has been increasing as compared to the previous decade. This system proposes a solution to minimize the action time after an accident. It has the capability of ensuring the drivers safety along with the co-passengers and can easily be integrated with the car. The vehicle is connected to a hardware device that detects the collision with the help of a vibration sensor. The hardware device also consists of a fire sensor that senses fire breakouts. It communicates with an application in the Smartphone through Zigbee Bluetooth whenever collision or fire is sensed. If the driver doesnt want to communicate any information, he can cancel using the reset switch. Once the Bluetooth connection is established, the application would track and communicate the victims GPS location along with the patients entire medical report to their companions as well as the nearest hospital through an SMS. The application also checks the availability of the blood in the nearest blood bank and sends a notification back as soon as the availability of blood is ensured. A. Geetha | Shahanaz Khan N | Sneha Rajagopal | Soundariya B"An IOT based solution for Road Accidents" 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/ijtsrd11158.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/11158/an-iot-based-solution-for-road-accidents/a-geetha
INFORMATION SECURITY AND SECURE SEARCH OVER ENCRYPTED DATA IN CLOUD STORAGE SERVICES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. A Mustagees Shaikh * Cloud computing is most widely used as the next generation architecture of IT enterprises, that provide convenient remote access to data storage and application services. This cloud storage can potentially bring great economical savings for data owners and users, but due to wide concerns of data owners that their private data may be exposed or handled by cloud providers. Hence end-to-end encryption techniques and fuzzy fingerprint technique have been used as solutions for secure cloud data storage. In this project we use searchable encryption techniques, which allows encrypted data to be searched by users without leaking information about the data itself and user’s queries. We build a secure searchable index, and develop a one to many order preserving mapping technique to protect those sensitive score information. The resulting design is able to facilitate efficient server side ranking without losing keyword privacy. Hence to avoid loose and loss of data, we use privacy preserving data-leak detection (DLD) solution to solve the issue where sensitive data digests is used in detection. The advantage of this method is that it enables the data owner to safely delegate the detection operation to a semi honest provider without revealing the sensitive data to the provider.In this project, we identify the challenges towards achieving privacy in searchable outsourced cloud data services and we use the DLD solution which helps to detect the leak data. This technique helps us to save securely our sensitive data in cloud storage and retrieve this data while we required without leaking our private data through Information Security and Secure Search over Encrypted Data in Cloud Storage Services.
Isolation, Identification, Enzyme Productivity, Antibacterial Activity and Molecular Characterization of Intestinal Bacteria of Ornamental Fish Koi Carp (Cyprinus Carpio Var Koi.) and Its Role on Growth published in

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A. Ananth. , M. R. Rajan, P. Sivakumar The present study deals with the isolation, identification, enzymatic, antibacterial and molecular characterization of intestinal bacteria of Koi carp and its role on growth for a period of 45 days. Five distinct colonies were isolated from the intestine of Koi carp based on biochemical tests, enzymatic productivity and molecular characterization.The bacterium was identified as Bacillus sp and mass multiplied. Six different feeds having different concentration of Bacillus sp. such as feed I (Control), Feed II (1ml), Feed III (2ml), Feed IV (3ml), Feed V (4ml), and Feed VI (1ml yeast) were prepared by using fish meal, groundnut oilcake, wheat flour and tapioca flour and given to koi carp for a period of 45 days. The feed consumption, feed conversion ratio, feed conversion efficiency, growth, percentage growth, relative growth rate, assimilation, metabolism, gross growth efficiency and net growth efficiency was higher in feed V (4 ml of Bacillus sp.)
A Study to Determine Role of Collagen Particles and Tens ( Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation ) in the Healing of Diabetic Ulcer published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

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

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Aasim Mir, Dr. Ruchitrehan Resources are one among the most desirable elements which are required by any organization whether govt. or private to achieve its objective in an effective manner. Strategies at all levels such as corporate, business, functional and operational level are made followed by the formulation of plans, policies and programmes but yet their implementation is not possible until desired resources are identified and attached to each strategy at all possible levels. It acts as a mean for advancing the growth and development. The resources could be categorized as financial, human, physical, utilities etc. Present study seeks to identify the level of pattern of allocation of funds to various districts of Jammu and Kashmir State and among different sectors. The study further accesses the implementation level of funds allocated at all districts and sectors. The study further recommends strategies which could guide the effective implementation and disbursement of funds at various levels in future.
Impact of Textile-Dyeing Industry Effluent on Some Haematological Parameters of Freshwater Fish Oreochromis Mossambicus published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
G. K. Amte and Trupti V. Mhaskar Haematological analysis was carried out in experimental fish Oreochromis mossambicus exposed to various concentrations of textile-dyeing effluents (both untreated and treated). Effluent samples of various concentrations were taken in order to perform acute toxicity studies with the test organism, Oreochromis mossambicus for the period of 96 hours. Hematological data were evaluated for parameters such as Hb, RBCs, WBCs, PCV, MCH and MCHC of the test species. The alterations of these parameters are discussed in the paper.
EFFECT OF BALANCE QUALITY GRADE ON BALANCING OF A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kumar Abhishek*, Naman Kumar Jain, Siddharth Agnihotri Vibration due to mass imbalance in rotating parts such as in pump impellers is an important engineering problem. It is a very important factor to be considered in modern machine design, especially where high speed and reliability are significant considerations. Due to mass imbalance excessive vibration occurs and may lead to decrease in fluid velocity and pressure which may cause cavitation in the pump. Reducing rotor vibrations generally increases the service life of the rotating machinery. International Standard ISO 1940/1 is a widely accepted reference for selecting rigid rotor balance quality. This paper presents effect of balancing a Boiler Feed Pump (BFP) on two different grades G6.3 and G2.5 as specified by ISO 1940/1 and their effect on the pump performance considering the vibration as the parameter.
IN VITRO ANTIPLASMODIAL AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITIES OF ETHANOLIC AND HYDROETHANOLIC EXTRACTS OF HYPTIS SUAVEOLENS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. E. Medoatinsa1,4, C. P. Agbangnan Dossa1*, F. Viwami2, G. S. R. Bogninou-Agbidinoukoun1, J. P. Noudogbessi1, L. Lagnika3, H. Ahissou4, D. C. K. Sohounhloue1 Hyptis suaveolens (Lamiaceae) is a fragrant plant that smells peppermint when crushed. Its being used in the tropical countries for its insect repellent power and scientific studies have confirmed this property as well as its antihelminthic, hepatoprotective, antibacterial, antifungal and antiplasmodial activities. Few studies have been conducted on the non-volatile extract and antiplasmodial power of this plant. The present study aims to assess "in vitro", antiplasmodial (semi-microtest of Rieckmann) and anti-radical activities of leaves of H. suaveolens from two localities of Benin. The phytochemical screening carried out prior to the evaluation of the biological activities revealed the presence of several metabolites, mainly phenolic compounds (tannins, flavonoids) that may be responsible for antiplasmodial and anti-radical properties observed during this study. The quantitative analysis of the polyphenols by spectrophotometry shows that the hydroethanolic extract (34.32 mg/g) is richer in these compounds than the ethanolic extract (3.98 mg/g) thus confirming theyield of extraction of phenolic compounds obtained (2.4% against 8% hydroethanolic extract). The extracts investigated contain compounds able to trap DPPH whose color changes from purple to yellow and are endowed with good antiplasmodial activity with an IC50 <6.25 ?g/mL, the lowest concentration used during this study.
A Review on Various Image Watermarking Technique published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Paramjit Kaur | Satnam Singh This paper represents digital watermarking is a technique which allows an individual to add hidden copyright notices or other verification messages to digital audio, video, or image signals and documents. Two types of digital watermarks may be distinguished, depending upon if the watermark seems to be visible or even cannot be seen to the rare viewer. The complete goal of this paper is to explore the comparison of various techniques based on watermarking image and it also demonstrate that it provides the secured image watermarking with a decent capacity. Paramjit Kaur | Satnam Singh"A Review on Various Image Watermarking Technique" 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/ijtsrd3534.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/3534/a-review-on-various-image-watermarking-technique/paramjit-kaur
Evaluation of pseudothrombocytopenia causes published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Sema Akinci, Tuba Hacibekiroglu, Tekin Guney, Kamile Silay, Abdulkadir Basturk, Sule Mine Bakanay, Muhammed Bulent Akinci, Arife Ulas, Imdat Dilek A?m: In this single center study, subjects who had thrombocytopenia on the complete blood count were evaluated for pseudothrombocytopenia. We aim to evaluate the reasons of pseudothrombocytopenia who referred to outpatient hematology clinic for further investigation. Methods: A total of 220 patients who were referred to hematology outpatient clinics with low platelet counts (< 150x109/L) were included in the study. 107 (48,6%) were female and 113 (51,4%) were male. Initially; the patients complete blood counts (CBC) were studied with ROCHE SYSMEX EX 2100 device. Then peripheric smears of these blood samples were reviewed by experienced hematologist to evaluate thrombocyte count and morphology. Pseudothrombocytopenia was defined if the trombocyte count was found higher than CBC with peripheral smear. Results: In this study, we have demonstrated that 16,8% of the patients with thrombocytopenia (<150x109/L) on complete blood count were pseudothrombocytopenic. The pseudothrombocytopenia rates were 4% (n=2), 7,2% (n=4) and 26,9% (n=31) if thrombocyte levels were less than 50x109/L, between 50-100x109/L and above 100x109/L respectively. The causes of pseudothrombocytopenia as EDTA dependent trombocytopenia, giant trombocytes, Bernard Solier Syndrome, platelet clumps or platelet rosettes around white blood cells and inadequade blood sample. Conclus?on: Diagnosis of thrombocytopenia without confirmation on the peripheral smear may expose patients to unnecessary diagnostic procedures and irrelevant therapies. During thrombocytopenia evaluation; peripheral smear examination should be performed as a first step to rule out the diseases such as EDTA dependent trombocytopenia, giant thrombocytes and inherited thrombocyte diseases that presented with pseudotrombocytopenia. Keywords: Pseudothrombocytopenia, peripheral smear.
Ethno-botanical Studies of Medicinal Plants used by Bodo Tribes of Baksa District, BTAD, Assam published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Sandipan Das, Amrita Nigam, Rama Kanta Sharma To enumerate the uses of plants for medicinal purposes, an ethnobotanical study was carried out in the fringe villages of local inhabitants of Bhuyapara and Bansbari Range of Manas National Park (MNP). During the course of field investigation from June 2011 to December 2011, Bodo traditional medicine practitioners were interviewed for general ailments of 15 diseases. A total of 28 numbers of medicinal plants of 20 different families were recorded for treatment of different ailments
PHYTOCHEMICALANALYSIS OF THE LEAF, STEM AND SEED EXTRACTS OF CAJANUS CAJAN L(DICOTYLEDONEAE: FABACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Meena Sahu, Devshree Vermaand, K.K. Harris* Cajanus cajan L. is an important legume used as nutrient and rich source of vitamin and protein. It is used as traditional medicine since ancient times. Cajanus cajan L. is used for the treatment of hepatitis, dysentery, diabetes and measles. Its leaves used to treat wounds, malaria, bedsores, treat against hypoxic-ischemic brain damage and alcohol-induced liver damage and also used as antioxidant, anticancerous and antibacterial. Their seeds have been found to have antisickling activity. This study aims to investigate the qualitative and quantitative phytochemical analysis of leaf seed and stem extracts of Cajanus cajan L.. Ethanol, methanol, chloroform and petroleumether extract have been prepared using Soxhlet apparatus for the phytochemical analysis of leaves, seeds and stems ofCajanus cajan L. Methods of Trease and Evans (1989) and Sofowora (1993) were followed to revealed phytochemicals. Phytochemical analysis showed the presence of saponins, tannins, alkaloids flavonoids, anthraquinones and reducing sugars, however, terpenoids and cardiac glycosides were absent in some of the components of Cajanus cajan L.. Quantitative phytochemical analysis of leaf, seed and stems for total phenolic compounds were found with Folin-Ciocalteus reagent and revealed 16.61%, 3.82% and 14.19% ; saponins 5.97%, 6.35% and 4.98%; tannins 0.49%, 0.23% and 0.22%; alkaloids 2.65%, 2.65% and 2.51%; flavonoids 4.77%, 2.11% and 5.44% . The presence of these bioactive compounds like phenol, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins and tannins in Cajanus cajan L. probably contributes to its medicinal properties making it widely used in traditional medicines. Presence of these compounds is also directly linked by various authorities to the valuable anti-sickling properties possessed by this plant.
Sez - Special Economic Zones or Simply Existing Zones published in

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S. Chandrachud The prime objective of this research is to expose whether Special Economic Zones are successful in India or not. In this study, three basic questions are framed and an attempt is made to trace out the answer. 1. What are the reasons to start SEZ instead of EPZ in India? 2. Whether objectives of SEZ are achieved? 3. Why the Indian Government insists on MAT and DDT after a decade and does it influence the Indian SEZ? Chapter one describes the methodology of article, Chapter two lists the review of literature, chapter three envisages the performance of SEZ, Chapter four highlights the reason for the failure and last chapter concludes whether SEZ are successful or not.
The Analytical Review on Futuristic use of CRISPR-Cpf1 Aided Gene Drive Technology published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rohit Satyam | Nishtha Singh | Tulika Bhardwaj Organisms edited by gene editing or traditional selective breeding are typically less able to survive and reproduce which effectively prevents those alterations from spreading in the wild populations. This paper focuses on how the CRISPR-Cpf1 system can be used to build a Gene Drive capable of spreading particular alterations in the wild population, and its potential applications. Named for the ability to "drive" themselves and nearby genes through populations of organisms over many generations. Normally, the sexually reproducing organism comprises of 50-50% genetic information from both parents. But with gene drive, you can have 100% chance of passing a particular gene. The discovery of new Gene Editing Technology, based on the bacterial immune system, allow us to edit genome at specific sites with more precision, accuracy and ease. CRISPR Gene Drives including the edited version of the targeted gene and additional sequences with the DNA cutting Cpf1 protein and Guide RNA gene. When an organism containing a Gene Drive, mates with the wild counterparts, the offspring inherit one altered and one original copy of the target gene. The Guide RNAs Cpf1 directs to cut the original copy which is repaired by copying the altered gene as template synthesizing Gene Drive sequence in its place. Because the organism now has two identical copies of the alteration and the Gene Drive one on each chromosome, all of the organism will inherit both components. The same process will be repeated in subsequent generation causing the altered gene and Gene Drive to spread into the entire wild population. The Gene Drive technology has the potential to save millions of lives and give us unprecedented control over the natural world. This technology can be used to eradicate insect-born diseases, empower sustainable agriculture and promote ecological conservation. Rohit Satyam | Nishtha Singh | Tulika Bhardwaj"The Analytical Review on Futuristic use of CRISPR-Cpf1 Aided Gene Drive 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/ijtsrd11008.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/11008/the-analytical-review-on-futuristic-use-of-crispr-cpf1-aided-gene-drive-technology/rohit-satyam
E-AND DISTANCE LEARNING: THE NATURE AND QUALITY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatyana Nikulina The article discusses the essential characteristics of electronic and distance learning, as well as a description of the process of implementation of educational programs with the use of electronic and distance forms of education, criteria and indicators of quality.
THE NAIVE VIEWS OF EVIL SPIRITS AS FOREIGNERS IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN FOLKLORE IN XVII-XIX CENTURIES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Oksana Viktorovna Marunevich The article deals with the folklore and mythological interpretation of a particular ethnic group as a representative of the evil forces. It analyzes the medieval and modern Russian and English legends and beliefs, proverbs, sayings and dialect expressions that reflect a range of naive views about ethnic, cultural and faith dissimilarity between the given and other nations.
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.
A Review of Netra Sharira published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

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Majagaiyan Pratikshya | Giri Jeevan Kumar | H N Abhijith Netra is one of the jnanendriyas with high importance. Without eyes, the whole world will be dark and life will be meaningless. It is dominant of tejo mahabhuta. If Tejo mahabhuta does not enter in to dristi during garbhawa kala, than the child born will be having janmandhya. Nayana, Chakshu, Lochana, Drik, Darsanendriya are some of the synonyms of netra. There 5mandala, 5patala, 6sandhis, peshi, marma, sira in eyes. Different Acharyas have their own view in the utpatti of Netra during garbhawastha kala. Different parts of netra signify the panchabhautika composition. Majagaiyan Pratikshya | Giri Jeevan Kumar | H N Abhijith "A Review of Netra Sharira" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18397.pdf
ROLE OF C-PEPTIDE AND C-PEPTIDE GLUCOSE RATIO IN ASSESSING DECREASED BETA CELL FUNCTION IN CHRONIC PANCREATIC DISORDERS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Sujatha Rani Akuri1, Dr. Dawood Suleman2 C-peptide to Glucose ratio is considered as a better marker for beta cell function in newly detected diabetes patients. Present study, we are studying Serum C-peptide to Glucose ratio levels of 30 chronic pancreatic disorder patients and 20 healthy volunteers to rule out the prediabetes in chronic pancreatic disorder patients. From this study by analyzing the result we found that the mean of fasting serum C-peptide to Glucose ratio levels in cases as 1.267 with a standard deviation of 0.506 is lower when compared with controls with mean value observed in the control group is 2.105 with a standard deviation of 0.732. The P value of fasting serum levels of C-peptide to Glucose ratio in cases and controls is 0.0001. The mean of 2nd hour serum C-peptide to Glucose ratio levels in cases as 4.214 with a standard deviation of 1.647, the mean value observed in the control group is 5.136 with a standard deviation of 0.968 is higher in controls. The P value of 2nd hour serum levels of C-peptide to Glucose ratio in cases and controls is 0.0001, hence there is a significant difference showing low levels in cases. Serum C-peptide to Glucose ratio levels are higher in controls compared to cases. This indicates that there is significant beta cell dysfunction in cases compared to controls. This leads to the diabetic condition in chronic pancreatic disorder patients.
WTO and Indian Agriculture published in

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Mamta Ranga, Deepti Sharma GATT (1947) is replaced by the World Trade Organization in 1995 to govern the new global trade rules for international trade. Agriculture Sector is one of the areas of international trade. The Agreement on Agriculture (AoA) was not included in GATT rather it comes under WTO in 1986 (Uruguay). WTO gave hope to the developing nations like India, where agriculture will continue to remain at the center stage of socio-economic development that the opening up of the economy will help in removing inequity against tradable agriculture and would give vast benefits through increased exports, reduction in tariffs. Currently, India has improved its position in agricultural and food exports to 10th at global level (Economic Survey 2012-2013). The two rounds of GATT/WTO in which agriculture agreement included is discussed in the paper .The focus of the paper is on the impact of WTOs Agreement on Agriculture on Indian agriculture sector.
Prolotherapy Revisited: a Therapeutic Adjunct For Tmds published in

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Dr. Ruchika Khanna, Dr. Anand Kumar, Dr. Nisha Dua The most commonly reported chronic pain conditions are corresponding with musculoskeletal dysfunction and degeneration. The most important cause of joint instability is the ligament injury, which leads to symptoms like pain. However, standard therapeutic regimens have failed to be effective in chronic conditions as they do not treat the under lying cause. Hence, this is where prolotherapy comes into picture. Prolotherapy is also known as nonsurgical ligament/tendon reconstruction, or sclerotherapy. The ligaments and tendon become weak over a course of time which leads to inflammation. Prolotherapy by using a sugar based solution is injected into the affected area whereby it causes increase in the blood supply and nutrients which stimulate the tissue repair. Through this review we are trying to highlight that prolotherapy can be regarded as an alternative therapeutic modality that can reduce or eliminate pain by stimulating the natural regenerative processes.
Designing, Synthesis, Characterization And in Vitro Screening of Metal Complexes Against The Fungus Causing Wilt Disease of Tomato published in

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Sunita Sharma, Gaurav Varshney A series of mixed ligand transition metal complexes of the type [M(P)2(B)2] were synthesized and characterized by modern methods like elemental analysis, molar conductance, magnetic susceptibility measurements, electronic spectra and IR spectroscopy. In these complexes M stands for bivalent metal ions Mn(II), Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II), P for picrate ion and B for 2, 2' bipyridine. Spectral studies provide strong evidence in support of ligands in octahedral manner. Antifungal screening indicates that the complexes show enhanced antifungal activities as compared with parent compounds against an important multi drug resistant, soil borne fungal pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici, which attacks on tomato plants all over the world. All complexes show enhanced antifungal activities against the fungal strain.
Abusrdism as a Short Lived Movement: A Study published in

Sanskruti International Multidisciplinary Research Journal

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Smt. Kamble Manisha Raosaheb Abusrdism is one of the most important movement but it remains neglected , although it is exciting and creative movement in the modern theater, One specific area, appropriately labeled "Theatre of the Absurd" by the American critic Martin Esslin in the 1960's. Martin Esslin related the Theatre of the Absurd to the general anti-literary movement especially in Paris. Though the movement of the Absurd Drama was centred in France the dramatists belonging to this group came from different countries like Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Spain etc. Inching ever closer to a realistic representation of life, the evolution of Abusrdism drama from Samuel Beckett to Tom Stoppard brings a new focus to Abusrdism and expands the role of philosophy and metaphor in theatrical drama. Abusrdism as a short lived movement because of its form, structure, themes and characteristics.
Klippel Trenaunay Syndrome with Angiokeratoma - A case report with brief review of the literature. published in

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Dr. Meenal Patil, Dr. Manoj N. Kulkarni Klippel Trenaunay Syndrome is a sporadic disorder presenting at birth, childhood or in early adult life , consisting of a triad of cutaneous , vascular & soft tissue involvement. It may have a mild to severe form of disease with life- threatening bleeding manifestations. It usually affects one extremity and may have associated vascular lesions such as angiokeratomas. We report a case of multiple angiokeratomas in Klippel Trenaunay syndrome in an 8 -year old girl.
Light Emitting Diode in Comparison to Halogen Curing Technology: Microshear Bond Strength of Dental Composite Resin Restorative Material published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

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Hammouda IM1,2*, Beyari MM3 The aim of this study was to compare the micro-shear bond strength of composite resin cured with halogen visible light and blue light emitting diode curing units. Flat enamel surfaces of 50 segments of teeth were prepared. 50 cylindrical composite resin specimens were bonded to the prepared teeth segments. Specimens were divided into 5 groups, three groups were cured for 10, 20 and 40 seconds using blue light emitting diode and 2 groups were cured for 20 and 40 seconds using halogen light. Specimens were submitted to micro-shear bond test at 1mm / min cross-head speed. Mean micro-shear bond strengths were analyzed by analysis of variance (One-way ANOVA) and Tukey's test at P<0.05. At 40 seconds curing, the halogen light produced significantly higher bond strength than that of blue light emitting diode. No significant difference was found between both lights at 20 seconds. There were no significant differences in bond strength ratios between 10 and 20 seconds blue light emitting diode, and 20 seconds halogen light. At 40 seconds, the blue light emitting diode produced significantly higher bond strength than that of blue light emitting diode at10 and 20 seconds, and halogen light at 20 seconds. It was concluded that despite the higher micro-shear bond strength of halogen light at 40 seconds, blue light emitting diode curing unit provided sufficient output to exceed minimum requirements in terms of composites micro-shear bond strength according to ISO 11405, 1994. During incremental application of composite resin, 10 seconds blue light emitting diode curing time is sufficient to produce acceptable micro-shear bond strength values.
Fdi In Retail; An Opportunity for Small and Medium Entrepreneurs published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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VIDHUSEKHAR P Research paper explains Retail Business Management. An over view of global crisis is highlighted. Role of Retail entrepreneurs and Managers is explained. Paper focuses on price mechanism in unorganized retail business. It addresses ground reality and opportunity in e Business. Comparison and advantage of Organised and Unorganised Retail is made.
THE MAIN THEORIES AND MODELS OF LOCAL FINANCE 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�
Dalievska Tetyna The subject of this work are historical theories and contemporary models of local finance in different countries, their specifics and also the basic principles for the distribution of financial resources among different levels of government. The aim of the research is a generalization, systematization and comparison of the main features of the historical theories and contemporary models of local finance. The methodology of work. The work is done on the research results of modern domestic and foreign views on the major theories and models of local finance. The study used the following research methods: secondary observation, analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction etc. The result of work is a scientific article that mirrored the analysis of the main features of the historical theories and contemporary models of local finance in different countries. The scope of the results. The complexity of the functioning of modern Ukrainian management system are as irrational use of available financial resources due to the imperfect organization of local Finance and their relations with the center. The results can be used in the formation of a new concept of local finance of Ukraine that would meet the needs of local communities, and was also effective for central management. Conclusions. Almost all countries in the organization of the financial activities of local governments based on the principle of the need to ensure local authorities have sufficient financial resources to carry out their powers and the independent decision of questions of local value. For the formation of a new concept of local finance of Ukraine it is necessary to use the experience of foreign countries in the use of historical theories, the creation and functioning of effective models of local finance.
Participation of Rural Households in Mutual Funds for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth: Issues and Challenges published in

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Kavita Sharma, Dr. Ram Singh The sustainable growth requires participation of all segments of society. The disparity in a shining India and a deprived Bharat is a big challenge for policy makers. The rural India should participate in the growth story, just like urban India; otherwise the sustainability of growth will be questionable. The people from rural areas should also have opportunities for investment just like urban India, to reap the benefits of economic success of country. This paper reviews the issue and challenges of participation of rural people in mutual funds. The mutual funds have been confined to urban centers. The industry has ignored a vast untapped rural market. The rural market offers a pool of potential investors. The industry players must come together along with regulatory agencies to overcome the challenges of distribution network, awareness, cultural barriers so that financial markets can enhance retail participation and overall economy will achieve a sustainable and inclusive growth.
Assessment of Ground Water Quality in Meerut Cantonment published in

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Deswal Bs, Singhal Vk, Singh Bn Background: Residents in Meerut Cantonment have suffered from health problems due to consumption of contaminated drinking water in recent past. In this study some physical, organoleptic, chemical and microbial quality parameters were assessed in ground water source over three seasons. Method: Meerut drinking water is met by ground water drawn through 32 deep borewells. Raw water is collected from all these 32 borewells over one year during peak of winter, summer and monsoon seasons and analyzed for physical, organoleptical, chemical and microbial parameters at laboratories. Results were compared using WHO standards guideline values and statistically analyzed for seasonal variations. Results: The results show that all the parameters were within permissible limits. There were no significant seasonal variations found in concentration of water quality parameters of ground water in Meerut Cantonment. Conclusion: The ground water drawn from deep water table through tubewells was found to be without any contamination at Meerut. The increase in the morbidity during recent past was mainly due to contamination during distribution through water pipelines. Some of the water pipelines are very old and prone to corrosion. Distribution system of water supply should be closely monitored from pump houses to consumer ends. Corroded and old water pipelines in Meerut Cantonment and other similar stations need to be replaced in phased manner by concerned authority
Microwave assisted improved synthesis and antibacterial activity of some 1-acetyl-3, 5-diaryl- 2 pyrazolines published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jayant P. Singh, Vikash Tiwari, Sumer S. Chundawat, Anju Devpura, Neetu Jaitawat, Mangalshree Dulawat, Shiv S. Dulawat* Microwave induced solvent-free solid phase synthesis of 1-acetyl-3,5-diaryl- ?2 pyrazolines has been achieved by the cyclocondensation of substituted chalcones (1a-f) with hydrazine hydrate (2) followed by acetic acid in the presence of alumina under solvent free condition using domestic microwave oven has been described. The process has advantage over conventional methods such as shorter reaction time, higher yield and environmental acceptability. The structures of these compounds were established by elemental analysis and spectral data. All the synthesized compounds were tested for their in vitro antibacterial activity. Some compounds showed significant antibacterial activities.
EVALUATION OF DNA-PLOIDY AND S-PHASE FRACTION ANALYSIS BY FLOW CYTOMETRY IN HUMAN BREAST CARCINOMA. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pushpa Rani. V* Breast cancer is the most common form of malignancy that affects women. Tumor proliferation can be monitored by measuring DNA synthesis using flowcytometry which provides rapid and precise analysis of large numbers of cells. The aim of the present study was to evaluate DNA ploidy in breast cancer. A number of 85 patients diagnosed with mammary carcinoma and subjected to surgery and different hospital were taken into consideration. None of the patients were subjected to chemo- or radio-therapy prior to surgery. Cell cycle analyses were performed with fresh tumour sample and normal tissue surrounding the tumour. The present study investigate flowcytometric histogram revealed that 25% of the tumour samples showed 62.99% of cells in S phase that were hypodiploid, 25% of subjects with a value of 31.89% were aneuploid and 50% showed a value of 31.89% were aneuploid. Besides, 50% of the samples indicated a S phase value ranging from 9%-20% and were deemed diploid. Data were analysed by the ModFit LT3.1 software provided by Becton Dickinson. Our study indicated that DNA ploidy could be an important factor for estimating the degree of genomic instability which may be reflected by the aggressiveness of the tumor.
MICA: MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF GRINDING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik; Alena Viktorovna Druzhinina The article discusses the features of mica, as crushed material.. Presents the problems the selection of grind type. Analyzed the shape factor of particles in various types of grindin
STUDY ON RAMADAN FASTING TOWARDS LIPID PROFILES AND TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT STATUS (TAS) AMONG HIGHER INSTITUTION LEARNING CENTRE STAFFS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Mohd Adzim Khalili, R., Zetty Hulwany, M.Z., Norhayati, A.H. Mohd Nasir, M.N., Muralidara, D.V and Intan Suhana Munira, M.A Objective:The study was conducted to determine the changes of lipid profile and total antioxidant status (TAS) before, during and after Ramadan fasting among staffs in Institute of Higher Education, UniSZA. Methods:A total of 46 subjects were recruited (31% males and 69% females) ranging from the age of 25 to 40 years old. Information about socio-demographic data was obtained via questionnaire. Lipid profile and TAS were determined using Olympus AU-400 analyser machine and Cayman?s Antioxidant Assay kit respectively. Results:The changes were detected in TC value, TG value, HDL- C value, and LDL- C value before, during and after Ramadan fasting. The TC value has shown significant changes at T2, T3 and T4 (p< 0.05). However, TG value was significantly changed only at T3 (p = 0.31). There was no significant difference in HDL-C value except the value was recorded to increase significantly at T3 (p=0.22). In contrast, significant changes in LDL- C was noted at T4 (p =0.01). TAS reading has shown no significant changes towards these three distinctive periods. However, there was significant difference of TAS value between male and female at T1 (p = 0.03). Conclusions:Ramadan fasting provides various information in evaluating lipid profile. This is hoped to help health professionals to construct strategic dietary intake during Ramadan.
Impact Of Globalisation on Tribals in India published in

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B. Ezhilarasu The forest occupiers a central position in tribal culture and economy. The tribal way of life is very much dictated by the forest right from birth to death. Inspite of the protection given to the tribal population by the constitution of India, tribals still remain the most backward ethnic group in India. The policy of liberlization and the new state perceptions of utilization of resources are diametrically opposed to the adivasi worldview of resource exploitation and this divide has only widened further with the intrusion of globalizations market oriented philosophy of development. The gains of globalization have so far accrued to those who already have education and skill advantage. For the Tribals, globalization is associated with rising prices, loss of job security and lack of health care. Hence the Government should frame Special policy and programmes that are required to address the redress these differences especially on the context of globalization. When we plan for tribal development, we have to regard these differences, take a special note of their situations and capabilities and provide them facilities to develop on the line they want to take.
Comparative Survey of UNIX, Linux, Windows7 Operating System published in

International Journal of Linguistics and Computational Applications (IJLCA)

Published by Innovative Research Developers and Publishers (IRDP)
Nilam K. Nakod Here I has given the Comparative Survey of Unix, Linux and Windows 7 Operating System. First in brief I has given their history. Then compared their Design principles and then compared the Security provided by Unix, Linux and Windows 7 O.S. Finally i illustrate the comparison between Unix and Linux and then between Unix/Linux and Windows 7. By these Comparative Review Linux is found to be most secure O.S. and Open Source since it is available freely. Thus becoming the more Popular than Unix.
Human organ trafficking with special reference to women and the legal perspectives published in

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Anshika Juneja Organ trade is the trade involving inner human organs(heart, liver, kidneys, etc.) for organ transplantation. According to WHO, an estimated of 10,000 black market operations involving purchased human organs takes place annually. Moreover, this amounts up to only 10 percent of the global demand; organ trade has been termed as the crime of the 21st century. India has always been at the center of this trade the current law to combat this Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 has undergone many amendments but lacks in implementation. IRAC Analysis including jurisprudential aspect and inference using secondary sources such as books and journals both online and offline ,has been drawn on the case Shyam Sundar Prasad v State of Bihar (now Jharkhand)
IMMUNOMODULATORS FROM PLANT SOURCE: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Hina Yasin*1, Fakhsheena Anjum1, Hina Abrar2, Sana Ghayas1, Muhammad Ali Masood1, Tamha Fatima1, Mariam Naz1, Wajiha Jabeen1 The use of phytochemicals has been a supportive practice for our immune system against infections since centuries as these drug substances enhance the immune response against infections. There are abundant plants which possess immunomodulatory and immunostimulatory activities. The immunomodulatory activities of various substances existing in natural sources have been determined in this article through literature review. Various techniques are also determined through which separation and isolation of such substances could be done in Pakistan. The present review will focus on latest developments regarding immunomodulatory activities of plants which have been reported from the year 2000 to early 2012.
BASIC PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS SATISFACTION, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: MEDIATING ROLE OF MOTIVATION published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Bhasker Malu, Dr. K. Jayasankara Reddy The self-determination theory (Ryan &Deci, 2000), states that an individual has innate basic psychological needs, which are constantly moving towards selffulfillment. Self-motivation along with basic psychological needs affect the academic performance of an individual. The focus of this study was to understand whether intrinsic, extrinsic or amotivation played the role of mediators in the relationship between basic psychological needs satisfaction and academic performance. The basic psychological needs satisfaction-general and the academic motivation scale were administered. The academic performance was measured by scores of the participant on the I.C.S.E. The data was analyzed using correlation and regression analysis. The results showed that none of the three motivation sub types, mediated the relationship between basic psychological needs satisfaction and academic performance. However, basic needs satisfaction was positively related to intrinsic motivation and negatively to amotivation, providing partial support to the SDT.
Simulation of active scheme Three Phase to Seven Phase Transformation using Special condition Transformer Connection published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Aakansha Shrivastava | Manish Kurre | Lumesh Kumar Sahu The object in this paper to boost a 3 to 7 phase AC multiphase transformers to converted into DC power through modeling and simulation. A new technique of pure seven-phase Sine-wave of fixed current/voltage and frequency is obtained now we have also used for R-L load and motor testing purposes. Here complete modeling has been simulated by using MATLAB Software. Multi-winding transformer block was taken from the sim-power system block library and turn ratios set in the dialog box then simulated. The design and simulation presented in this paper. Seven phase transmission line system can be developed for the generation of bulk power transfer. As per need of the induction motor under a loaded condition is used for the viability of transformation system. In seven phases, each phases shifted from the order by 51.42-° (360-°/7) and got the Sine-wave current/voltage. The novel scheme connection was expanded by using the modeling and simulation approach to prove the viability of the implementation and this type of transformer is required in aerospace engineering, railway engineering and automobile engineering applications. Aakansha Shrivastava | Manish Kurre | Lumesh Kumar Sahu"Simulation of active scheme Three Phase to Seven Phase Transformation using Special condition Transformer Connection" 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/ijtsrd10801.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/10801/simulation-of-active-scheme-three-phase-to-seven-phase-transformation-using-special-condition-transformer-connection/aakansha-shrivastava
Indian Feminist Theatre: aesthetics published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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N.Victor David Dinakaran, E. Vara Prasad This paper throws lighton number of Indian feminist plays both by men and women that were written and performed in the last century and early years in this century. The paper focuses specifically on Indian theatre because of its long established theatre tradition that goes back to 1st century B.C. Ironically in such a country there were hardly any women dramatist to speak of before 19th century. At the core, the belief of a Feminist theatre is in the efficacy of theatre as a tool for conscientization, for critiquing social disparities and for self exploration and expression. Feminist theatre is a source of empowerment; it enables women to speak out. It is at the intersection of art, activism and social relevance and sees theatre as an instrument of real change in womens lives. It is an exploration of womens own unique idiom, their own form, their language and ways of communication. It is a challenge to the established notions of theatre.
LOW CYCLE FATIGUE LIFE PREDICTION OF INCONEL 617 IN ELEVATED TEMPERATURE FOR POSSIBLE USE IN GAS TURBINE COMBUSTION CHAMBER LINERS published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Prof. Sohail Khan Job satisfaction among academicians is essential in continues growth of educational systems around the world. Job satisfactions have always been a big question and in argue by researchers since decades. The purpose of this study is to analyze job satisfaction of college teachers working in Ramtek region of district Nagpur, Maharashtra. In this research, 58 male & 67 female i.e., total 125 teachers were examined. With sructured questionnaire, data was collected and analyzed. The survey revealed that teachers were satisfied by factors like relation with others and workload, they were neutral with factors like Working Conditions, Personal Charactistics and Research & Supervision. However factors like Job Security, Pay & Promotion and Fringe benefits acts as dissatisfaction factors for them. There is no Job Security, no proper Payments and no Extra Benefits. This paper presents a comprehensive diagnosis of job satisfaction indices of education sector, factors causing the dissatisfaction & suggestions to improve them.
CONTENT BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL (CBIR): REVIEW AND CHALLENGES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nitisha Soni, M.Tech. (IT) Scholar* & Latika Pinjarkar, Sr. Associate Professor (IT) Content based image retrieval (CBIR) from large resources has become an area of wide interest nowadays in many applications. CBIR is very useful in several applications such as medical imaging, modern diagnosis, remote sensing and satellite imaging. The different types of images are subjected to set of operations used as constituent stages of CBIR. The method was initially used in 1990s and it is an image retrieval method using image vision contents such as color, texture, shape, spatial relationship, not using image notation to search images.Satellite imagery has become an important part of our information source. The amount of high resolution satellite imagery is growing rapidly, and much of it is now available to the public through various map services, such as Google Maps, etc.
A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Selected Intervention in Reducing Level of Pain Perception and Anxiety Among Primi Gravida Mothers. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Angel Rajakumari. G Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of guided imagery in terms of level of pain perception and anxiety among primi gravida mothers. Participants and setting: The study was conducted in Nirmala Hospital, in Suryapet, Telugana, India in with 700 annual births. The primi gravida mothers were recruited and were allocated by non-probability purposive sampling technique into the two arms of the study but only 30 in study and 30 in control group participants. Intervention: The first observation of pain in 5cm dilatation, given picture of beautiful village to the mothers hand, and ask her to imagine this village for 10minutes and to observe the level of pain. In the second observation of pain in 7cm dilatation, given picture of waterfalls and river to the mothers hand, and ask her to imagine the river for 10minutes and to observe the level of pain and anxiety ask her to imagine the situation for 10minutes and to observe the level of pain and also assess the level of anxiety. Measurement and findings: In active stage of labour (3-6 cm of cervical dilatation) the women completed the demographic and obstetrical information and pain was measured by 0- 10 Modified combined numerical categorical pain intensity scale and anxiety was measured by Hamilton which is a modified anxiety scale selected for the assessment of the anxiety level This study revealed that there was high significant difference found in pain and anxiety at p<0.001level between study group. Conclusion: The study concluded that, clinical implementation of guided imagery usage during labour could be an effective non pharmacological intervention in reducing pain perception and anxiety.
Assessing English Language Proficiency published in

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Nisha Nigam, Mona Kejariwal Indian traditional health care system (Ayurveda) named Rasayana proposed Phyllanthus emblica Linn. (syn. Emblica officinalis), commonly known as Indian gooseberry or amla, family Euphorbiaceae, is an important herbal drug used in unani (Graceo - arab) and ayurvedic systems of medicine. The plant is used both as a medicine and as a functional food to promote vitality and vigor. E. Officinalis is highly nutritious and could be an important dietary source of vitamin C, amino acids, and minerals. Although, the E. Officinalis extract exhibits higher levels of antioxidant activity, the bioavailability of phenolic acids in the processed fruit is still poorly known. Therefore, in the present study, gallic acid efficacy as an antioxidant was evaluated in two different samples of E. Officinalis. Reliable and feasible HPLC and UFLP methods with diode array detection have been developed and compared for the determination of gallic acid in E. Officinalis dried fruit sample (DFS) and dried processed fruit sample (DPFS) prepared according to one of the Ayurveda principles. The antioxidant effects of both the extracts have also been compared with standard gallic acid by different antioxidant tests like DPPH and ABTS. The amount of gallic acid (20.16 mg/100g) in DPFS was higher in contrast to DFS (8.02 mg/100g) of E. Officinalis fruit which demonstrated higher antioxidant activity. Additionally, It has also been found that gallic acid accounts for approximately 35-71% of the antioxidant activity. UFLP system showed rapid and effiecint determination of gallic acid samples in comparison to HPLC system.
Ostracod Density of Two Freshwater Lakes in India : A Comparative Study published in

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Dr. Gajanan K. Sontakke, Dr. Satish S. Mokashe Population density of ostracod of two freshwater in India lakes was monitored from October 2010 to September 2011. Samples were collected using plankton net (pore size 64?), and analysed with standard keys. Quantitative estimation is done by drop count method of Lackey. A total of 8 species from Kagzipura and 4 species from Mombatta Lake are identified. The population density of ostracod in Kagzipura lake (372 org/lit) is rich than the Mombatta lake (45 org/lit). Species diversity indices are also computed. Results indicate that the population density of both lakes increases in summer and decreases in monsoon.
Recurrent Hypokalaemia, Osteomalacia, Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis, Secondary To Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder (Mctd) - A Case Report published in

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Vidyasagar Kekathi, Abdur Rahim, Sudhakar Penumadu, Harish Recurrent hypokalaemia with osteomalacia with distal renal tubular acidosis secondary to serologically positive over lap syndrome is a rare entity. A female patient aged 29 years presented with sudden onset of weakness of all four limbs, on evaluation hypokalemia was evident and treated accordingly after which she recovered, but complained of generalized myalgias and was having waddling gait. X-ray pelvis with femur showed fracture, on further evaluation investigations revealed distal renal tubular acidosis. Serologically there was evidence of overlap syndrome (MCTD) which was the cause for renal tubular acidosis.
Antimicrobial activity of mustard against Mackerel fish pathogens published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Khushali Chandulal Ahire | Ranjana Ganesh Khade Fish is a nutritionally rich food which is more prone to spoilage. It harbours variety of pathogens. Mustard is medicinally important spice. Isolation of Mackerel fish pathogens was done using selective and differential media. Nutritional characterization of mustard was carried out with respect to carbohydrate, protein and fat content. Antimicrobial activity of mustard against fish pathogen was studied using mustard paste and various mustard extracts. The optimum concentration of the extracts to be used for fish preservation was determined by agar cup diffusion method. Mustard crude oil extract prepared using chloroform and methanol mixture showed prominent antimicrobial activity. Marination effect of mustard paste, mustard crude oil extract and mustard oil revealed the preservative effect of mustard. Thus, the present study promotes the use of mustard as a natural preservative agent for seafood industry. Khushali Chandulal Ahire | Ranjana Ganesh Khade"Antimicrobial activity of mustard against Mackerel fish pathogens" 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/ijtsrd9523.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/microbiology/9523/antimicrobial-activity-of-mustard-against-mackerel-fish-pathogens/khushali-chandulal-ahire
Variation in Subclavian Artery Branches- A Case Report published in

Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology

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SM Nayeemuddin, Manali Arora, Surajit Ghatak and Brijendra Singh Objectives: To study the origin of subclavian artery and its branching pattern. Material and methods: During routine cadaveric dissection for undergraduate medical students, a unilateral variation in the branching pattern of the left subclavian artery was noted on the left side of a 70 year old male cadaver. Result: Left subclavian artery arises from the arch of aorta and immediately divides into medial branch and a lateral branch. Most of the branches are arises from the medial branch whereas vertebral artery originated from the lateral branch of the subclavian artery. Conclusion: Surgeons must be aware of possible variations of the major arteries and be able to identify them. This is very important for appropriate invasive techniques in order to achieve desired objectives and to avoid major complications especially during vascular surgery.
Microbiological and Biochemical studies on salt processed food fish sea bass, Lates calcarifer from Machilipatnam coast, Andhra Pradesh, India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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V. Panchakshari, P. V. Krishna, K. Madhusudhana Rao, V. Hemanth Kumar Fish is a good source of animal protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Fish and fisheries consumption is increased in the world from past few decades due to recognition of their high nutritional value. Fish proteins are rich in lysine and threonine thus, effectively supplementing cereal proteins. With increasing demand for fresh fish, the condition under which it is harvested and brought to the landing centre and marketed needs to receive greater attention. In less developed area, due to lack of adequate refrigeration and transportation facilities in most of the seasonal fish landings are sold in the local markets and the rest are salted or dried by traditional methods. Particularly in salt processed fishes microbial and biological quality assessment is necessary to ensure the food safety of any processed product. In this study, an experiment carried out to assess the changes in microbiological and biochemical characteristics of salted Lates calcarifer.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF TOPICAL FLURBIPROFEN GEL USING DIFFERENT GELLING AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kokane Vikrant *1, Naik Sonali 1 Flurbiprofen is chemically 2-(3- fluoro-4-phenylphenyl) propanoic acid. It is non steroidal anti inflammatory agent used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis .Oral administration of this drug is associated with severe gastrointestinal side effects like ulceration and gastro intestinal bleeding. The solution of this problem lies in the fact that, topically applied NSAIDs are safer than oral NSAIDs. The objective of the study was to prepare gel of flurbiprofen using different gelling agents : carbopol 940, carbopol 934, hydroxypropylmethylcellulose and lutrol F-127.These preparations were further compared with marketed flurbiprofen gel.The gels were evaluated for physical appearance, pH, spreadability, extrudability, rheological studies , drug content and in vitro release. All gel formulations developed contain ethanol & propylene glycol which in combination enhances permeability of gel. The gel containing lutrol F-127 as gelling agent is translucent and permeation studies of it were comparable with marketed gel.Drug content was found to be uniform in all the formulations. The pH ranges of formulated gels were found to be suitable for topical application. The accelerated stability studies were performed according to ICH guidelines for 3 months and the results were found to be stable in varying temperature.
MODELING THE ASSESSMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISES HEADCOUNT ANALYSIS published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Tatyana Viatkina The modern procedures of enterprises labour resources have been analyzed. The algorithm for calculation the enterprise performance potential efficiency ratio and assessment of the performance potential of the enterprise assessment based on quantitative and qualitative characteristics has been provided. The model for assessment the effectiveness of labour management of enterprise, branch or region subject to such factors as motivation, labour expenses, staff rotation and its qualifications has been proposed. The proposed model covers the assessment of effectiveness of labour management of enterprise, branch or region subject to baselines. Situation where all inequalities are meeting means that this strategy is implementing effectively. If otherwise, the company should take additional measures for to improve indexes specifying deployment of staff, its motivation, turnover, qualifications and labour expenses. Application of the considered provisions and concepts together with applied tools makes it possible to model elements of effective utilization of performance of potential of any agricultural enterprise. The proposed procedure for assessment of agricultural enterprises headcount analysis is applied one and can be used when developing a strategy for adequate assessment, looking for new ways to improve utilization of labour resources in agricultural sector.
PERLINDUNGAN HUKUM TERHADAP PEKERJA ANAK DI SEKTOR INFORMAL (Studi Kasus Di Kota Kediri) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Netty Endrawati Normatively children forbidden to work. To guarantee the protection of working children has been out various laws, which exist principles prohibit children to work, and when forced to work, then the normative such children should obtain legal protection enough guarantee, and the effort was one of them is done through provisions of Article 69 paragraph (2) Law No. 13 of 2003 concerning Manpower. The implementation of legal safeguards against children working in the practice of having many barriers, including economic factors that would be a driver of why kids should be working, cultural factors, factors community participation, and lack of coordination and cooperation, government aparatur limitations personnel assigned to conduct surveillance, and other factors directly or indirectly, so until now the phenomenon of children working in the informal sector is almost always can be found all over Indonesia, both in big cities and in rural areas. Key words: working children, legal protection, the interests of the child
Approaches to the Ample-form Works in Music Schools published in

Studia UBB Musica

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C?t?lina GU?ANU Working on ample-form creations is a process consisting of certain phases, which a professor must go through with his/her students. In order to be able to approach this type of work, the student must be instructed by his/her professor to take the following steps: 1.Practice and study the scales and the crosshatches thoroughly, so that the left-hand and right-hand techniques are equally developed; 2.Become familiar with the studies that contain crosshatches from the concerto, which will be approached later. In addition to the previously mentioned steps, we emphasize the fact that studying smaller works is also very important. Prior to exercising the concerto, the professor must explain to the student what an ample form is and what the specifics of this form are, that is its phrasing mode and its method of interpreting hatches, accents, nuances, the melodic course and rhythm. To help the student study the work more easily and approach it correctly from an interpretative and stylistic point of view, the professor should present him/her with information regarding the composers biography, the style of the concerto and the period in which it was composed.
Accuracy of Spatial Distribution Model (Surface Kriging) in Predicting Concentrations of Arsenic in The Groundwater; Hasht Bandi Area, Minab, Iran published in

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Yadolah Fakhri, Leila Rasouli Amirhajeloo, Saeedeh Jafarzadeh, Ghazaleh Langarizadeh, Yahya Zandsalimi, Bigard Moradi, Maryam Mirzaei Entry of heavy metals in water resources will reduce water quality for drinking or agricultural irrigation. Various mathematical models such as spatial distribution model in the classification and prediction of arsenic concentrations in groundwater were used. Hence, it is tried in this study to assess the prediction accuracy of this model. Arsenic concentrations was measured by atomic absorption spectrophotometer model DR2800 in 2916 water samples collected from 27 wells (17 main wells, 10 control wells) performed in Hasht Bandi area of Minab. Then, predicted As concentration was statistically analyzed by the model of the spatial distribution with concentrations measured in 10 control wells. Mean and range of As concentrations in 27 main and control wells were 9.224.6 g/l and 0-23.7 g/l, respectively. The average concentration of As in the autumn, winter, spring and summer was 5.996.08, 13.146.43, 4.5 13.06 , 4.694.6 g/l. the ratio of As predicted mean concentration (7.69 g/l) by the measured model (10.7 g/l) equals 71.8 %. Spatial distribution model has a high accuracy to predict As concentration of groundwater.
Nutrient composition of two non-conventional greens (Lasia spinosa and Alpinia nigra) of Assam having therapeutic importance published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SYEDA NISHAT FIRDUSI, NILIMA NEOG AND MRIDULA SAIKIA BAROOAH Changmora (Lasia spinosa) and Tora (Alpinia nigra) are two non- conventional greens of Assam known to be used in rural dietaries as culinary herbs as well as therapy to treat various diseases. The tender leaves of L. spinosa and shoots of A.nigra were analyzed for their nutrient composition. Both the leaves and the shoots exhibited a good amount of energy (308.68 Kcal and 246.55 Kcal, respectively) indicating the presence of high energy yielding nutrients i.e. carbohydrates 43.50 g and 30.70 g, protein 14.50 g and 11.25 g and fat8.52 g and 8.75 g, respectively. These two herbs are known to be used for treating inflammation and rheumatism probably due to their high fat content as anti-inflammatory factors. The leaves of L.spinosa and the shoots of A.nigra contained high amount of fibre-14.60 g and 31.2 g, respectively showing their importance in alleviating various chronic degenerative diseases. These two greens contained ample amount of minerals like calcium ( 416.00 mg and 250.00 mg, respectively), potassium (109.41mg and 57.67 mg, respectively) and iron (19.45 mg and 9.10 mg, respectively). High amount of calcium content in A.nigra signifies its therapeutic use in alleviating bone weakness. Both the greens were found to be a rich source of ascorbic acid (leaves 165.18 mg and shoots 95.89 mg, respectively). Thus L.spinosa and A.nigra could be considered as two potential non-conventional greens of Assam accredited with well-balanced nutrients and health caring properties.
Enhancing the Channel Capacity of a Cellular Mobile System using Frequency Diversity published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Aguodoh Patrick C. | Chineke Hyacinth A. Communication industries have been encountering a lot of problems in their communication links some of such difficulties or problems are Interference, fading, overhanging, attenuation and congestion. Transmitted signals with different frequencies are affected in different ways in frequency domain. The fact is an advantage in frequency diversity technique. Multiple replicas of information signal are sent over several affected frequency band in this diversity. In a sufficient wide signal bandwidth, multipath components can resolve. This paper presents the technique that can enhance the channel capacity of a cellular mobile system. Error control coding and interleaving using frequency diversity was used to combat time selective or fast fading in communication link. In the result, it is possible to obtain different independently fading signal. The number of resolvable multipath equation is used to approximate the maximum achievable diversity order for multipath diversity. Aguodoh Patrick C. | Chineke Hyacinth A."Enhancing the Channel Capacity of a Cellular Mobile System using Frequency Diversity" 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/ijtsrd7015.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/7015/enhancing-the-channel-capacity-of-a-cellular--mobile-system-using-frequency-diversity/aguodoh--patrick-c
Classification of Mr Images of Cervical Cancer Using SVM and ANN published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Aabha S. Phatak, Prof. Dr. Ashwini B. Barbadekar Cervical cancer can be considered to be one of the key causes of cancer affecting women worldwide and its rate is rising . Early diagnosis can prove to be really instrumental in decreasing the cervical cancer mortality. Diagnosis using medical image analysis is gaining fast recognition. Thus, an automated diagnostic system using image processing techniques has been proposed in the paper, which may prove to be an aid to the radiologists and play a key role in early detection of cancer . The paper presents segmentation and classification techniques using which the envisioned automated decision support system functions.
Entertainment and Mass Media: An Analysis of Western and Islamic Concept of Recreation published in

The International Asian Research Journal (TIARJ)

Published by Z. A Malik
Muhammad Riaz Raza Entertainment and recreational activities are the basic necessities of human beings. Due to hectic life of modern technological world everybody needs amusements and entertainment to refresh the body and mind. In all the societies of the world events of amusement are arranged for the sake of recreation of the peoples. For this purpose, people arrange songs, dances, meeting of poets, plays, festivals, fairs, Stage shows, dramas and music shows according to their culture and customs. Today Film, TV and radio and social media have expanded the concept of recreation. The Western media has tried to utilized sports, music, singing, drinking, gambling, co-meetings, nakedness of women and obscenity as a weapon for making their programs interesting. Entertainment content of the mass media provides enjoyment and may nourish powers of aesthetic appreciation, so games, music, fashion, show business and even from decoration of houses to cooking is considered as recreation of human being. Muslim entertainment media is to somehow different from western entertainment and recreational media. This paper is meant to explore some distinguishing factors and ways of Islamic and Western styles of recreation and entertainment and the role of Muslim media in Muslim societies. Keywords: Entertainment, Recreation, Islamic Concept, Western Concept, digital media, Vulgarity.
Effect of Intermittent Training and Aerobic Exercise on Selected Speed Parameters of College Men Volleyball Players published in

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A. Arangannal, Dr. R. Desingurajan The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of Intermittent Training and Aerobic Exercise on Selected Speed Parameters of College Men Volleyball Players. The study was conducted on forty five (N=45) men Volleyball players who have participated University of Madras inter collegiate Volleyball tournament during the year 2013-2014, were selected as subjects. The age of the subjects were ranged from 17 to 21 years. The subjects were assigned at random into three groups of fifteen each (n=15). Group-I underwent Intermittent Training, Group-II underwent Aerobic Exercise, and Group III acted as Control. The Experimental groups underwent their respective training for 12 weeks in addition to the regular training as per College curriculum. The dependent variable such asSpeed and Stride Length was selected, and it was assessed by 50 meters run. The data collected from the three groups prior to and post experimentation on Speed and Stride Length was statistically analyzed by using Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). Hence, whenever the obtained f-ratio value was significant the Scheffes test was applied as post hoc test to determine the paired mean differences, if any. In all the cases 0.05 level of significance was fixed. The results of the study suggest Intermittent training group was better than other groups on the development of Speed and Stride Length.
WIRELESS AUDIO DEBUGGER USING BLUETOOTH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S.REVATHY Assistant Professor* , S.Sankara Narayanan Student, M.Sachin Kumar Student, V.Rangarajan Student Audio debugger was introduced with the wired property till now, which had minor disadvantage. This above statement will be overcome by using wireless protocol with Bluetooth connectivity. Which will work with more efficiency concentrating on time, storage basis. Since now audio Bluetooth system has been debugged manually-causes system parts damage. So the new proposal includes software to overcome this major issue, with Bluetooth mechanism. First the service admin logins the application and uploads the file which has the audio Bluetooth system information. Which will check each recognized parts, with the valid button query-will be processed and return the states condition. If any button command does not give the desired result, it is marked as error and the particular part is debugged. This will be tracked in the button terminal. The processed debugging results is recorded by the admin to keep history of total number of services done.
Forecasting wheat production using ARIMA model in Punjab published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BARUN BISWAS1, L.K. DHALIWAL*, SOM PAL SINGH AND S.K. SANDHU In the present study, area, production and productivity data of wheat for Punjab was analyzed by time-series method. Yearly wheat yield data for the period of 1950-51 to 2009-10 was used as input to forecast the yield upto the year 2020-21.The Box-Jenkins ARIMA method was put into use to forecast the yield. The validity of the model were tested by standard statistical techniques. The past 60 years data revealed that wheat yield was increased from 0.8 t ha-1 in 1950-51 to 4.3 t ha-1 in 2009-10. The model projected 15.3 per cent increase in wheat production in the years to come by 2020-21 in Punjab. Based on ARIMA output, wheat production of Punjab is likely to increase from 15844.7 thousand tons in 2010-11 to 18271.7 thousand tons in 2020-21
Sperm Motility as a Screening Strategy for the Identification of Microtubule Targeting Drugs published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aijaz Rashid Microtubule targeting drugs are considered as successful anticancer agents. The hunt for novel microtubules targeting agents is an exciting anticancer research area, as new drugs, may not only show better potency and bioavailability but may also differentially affect the microtubule assembly and thus provide new insights about microtubule dynamics and polymer biology. Cold liable nature of microtubules is bases for tubulin isolation and screening of novel tubulin binding agents. Direct effect of different compounds on microtubule architecture and mitotic index in MCF-7/HeLa cell cultures is also used as a screening strategy. SRB/MTT assays that measure cell proliferation are also used as preliminary screening strategy to determine the effect of different compounds on cell proliferation for identifying microtubule targeting agents. Keeping in view the complexity of these assay systems, the possibility of sperm motility as a screening strategy for identifying the novel microtubule targeting drugs/agents was explored. So, the effect of known microtubule targeting agents on sperm motility was determined. The results suggest that nocodazole and colchicine does not affect sperm motility, thusimpairment in sperm motility cannot be developed as a general method for screening of microtubule targeting drugs. However, curcumin was identified as a potent compound affecting sperm motility, indicating the possibility that in future curcumin or its derivatives might be used as natural contraceptives. Aijaz Rashid"Sperm Motility as a Screening Strategy for the Identification of Microtubule Targeting Drugs" 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/ijtsrd2209.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/cell-biology/2209/sperm-motility-as-a-screening-strategy-for-the-identification-of-microtubule-targeting-drugs/aijaz-rashid
A FUSION OF LOCAL AND GLOBAL SALIENCIES FOR DETECTING IMAGE SALIENT REGION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Archana M*1 Dr. K .S. Angel Viji2 Visual saliency is an important quality that makes an object, person, or pixel that relative to its neighbors and thus captures humans attention. Detecting and segmenting salient objects in natural imageries, also known as salient object detection, has attracted a lot of research focused on computer vision and has resulted in many applications. However, while many such models exist. Saliency detection has gained a lot of attention in image processing. In past few years many saliency detection methods have been proposed. This paper presents various saliency detection methods.
A Comparative Study on Physical Progress in Kerala under Mahathma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Gireesan. E. M NREG Act is an important step towards the realization of the right to work. NREGS scheme also expected to enhance people' livelihoods on a sustained basis, by developing the economic and social infrastructure in rural areas. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 (MGNREGA) guarantees 100 days of employment in a financial year to any rural household whose adult members are willing to do unskilled manual work. Here the researcher focus to study physical progress in Kerala under NREG scheme from 2014-15 to 2018-19. Gireesan. E. M"A Comparative Study on Physical Progress in Kerala under Mahathma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS)" 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/ijtsrd18311.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/commerce/18311/a-comparative-study-on-physical-progress-in-kerala-under-mahathma-gandhi-national-rural-employment-guarantee-scheme-nregs/gireesan-e-m
A Descriptive Study to Assess the Level of Knowledge Regarding Hypertension and its Management Among the Hypertensive Elderly in A Selected Rural Community, Kanchipuram District published in

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Mr. Freddymicheal. V, Ms. Gowsalya. S, Prof. L. Lakshmi Hypertension is one of the most common diseases which are reported among the geriatric males and females. According to recent researches there were 24.5% deaths occurred due to hypertension in Tamilnadu. The prevalence of hypertension is high among elderly. This study aimed to assess the knowledge regarding hypertension and its management among the hypertensive elderly. The objectives of the study were to assess the knowledge regarding hypertension and its management among hypertensive elderly in the selected community area and to associate the knowledge level with selected demographic variables. The study was conducted in the Mahabalipuram village. A non- experimental descriptive research design was used. A total of 30 samples were selected by using non probability convenient sampling. The knowledge level of the samples was assessed using a structured questionnaire. The collected data were analyzed using the descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The study results revealed that 67.7% of the hypertensive elderly were having moderately adequate knowledge regarding hypertension and its management, there is also a significant relationship between occupational status and their knowledge score. The study concludes that health awareness programs are to be conducted by the educational institutions and various health care agencies which will be an eye opener to the community to prevent the complications due to hypertension thereby reducing mortality and morbidity rates among elderly population.
The Diabetic Foot Syndrome an Ignored and Potential Problem in Medical Practice published in

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Kamran Mahmood A. A. Aziz Diabetes mellitus is emerging as a global problem and burden. Like other complications of diabetes, diabetic foot problems are posing a health burden worldwide as well. This was the reason that International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has specifically focused on diabetic foot problems throughout the year 2005 and for which worldwide campaign to put feet first was held. Currently foot ulceration and its related problems has become common is, affecting up to 15% of patients with diabetes during their lifetime. Over 85% of lower limb amputations are preceded by foot ulcers and diabetes remains the most common cause of nontraumatic amputation in western world. Furthermore, diabetes is now the most common cause of Charcot neuroarthropathy in Western world, which is again preventable.
The effect of platelet-rich plasma in the treatment of tendonitis and desmitis in horses: report of eight clinical cases published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Roberta Carneiro da Fontoura Pereira, Flávio Desessards De La Côrte, Karin Erica Brass, Marcos da Silva Azevedo, Grasiela De Bastiani, Camila Cantarelli, Diego Rafael Palma da Silva, and José Antonio Gonzalez da Silva This study aimed to evaluate the clinical effect of autologous PRP, obtained by manual method with double centrifugation, and applied by intralesional ultrasound-guided injection in horses’s tendons and ligaments. Eight horses were included in this study: four horses with tendonitis and four horses with suspensory ligament desmitis. Tendinitis and desmitis were diagnosed following clinical and ultrasonographic evaluation. Three applications of PRP were performed every 15 days. Platelet count of the whole blood used for preparation of PRP from the horses with tendonitis ranged from 120.000 to 180.000/µl (144.250 ± 25.539/µl) and PRP count ranged from 406.000 to 720.000/µl (512.250 ± 144.965/µl). In horses with desmitis, the platelet count in the whole blood used for autologous PRP preparation ranged from 127.000 to 158.000/µl (140.250 ± 13.149/µl) and PRP count ranged from 513.000 to 713.000/µl (566.500 ± 97.722/µl). No correlation was found between platelet count in the PRP and the healing time of injuries. Clinical evaluation and ultrasonographic images used to monitor healing showed that intralesional PRP injections followed by a program of gradually increasing exercise resulted in horses returning to their previous athletic activities without recurrence of lesions.
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).
Solar Powered Stirling Engine- A New Hope published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Rutansh Patel, Bhargav Pandya The planet is progressively marching towards a serious energy crisis owing to an escalating desire of energy becoming greater than its supply. We have always accepted that the energy we make use of each day is not unrestricted, still we take it for granted. In the energy deficient world it is strongly felt that the use of solar energy as possible source is not being fully utilised. So in an attempt to deploy its use a novel concept of Solar Powered Stirling Engineis introduced in this paper. The StirlingEngine used here runs using solar heat radiation concentrate by Solar Concentrator. A Stirling engine is basically a heat engine that operates by cyclic compression and expansion of air or other gas, the working fluid, at different temperature levels such that there is net conversion of heat energy to mechanical work. In general Stirling engines have comparatively high thermodynamic efficiencies. Because they need only heat, Stirling engines also permits high fuel flexibility and allow for better control for emission. The purpose of this study is to provide an alternate energy source to operate Stirling engine.
Smart Bag with Theft Prevention and Real Time Tracking published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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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
Womens economic development is Important Forkey Role of Our Andhra Pradesh Economy: A Case Study of Guntur Distict published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUSHIL KUMAR SHARMA* AND SHAYAM DAS A field experiment was conducted on the field of progressive farmer at Nalhera village district Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh fromRabi 2006-07 and 2007-08 to study the effect of paddy straw and paper mill effluent on growth and yield attributes of wheat rhizosphere. The experiment was carried out in RBD with 12 treatments and three replications. In the study different levels of NPK were mixed with various proportions of diluted paper mill effluent and fixed amount of 5 ton paddy straw. During the study of growth and yield attributes it was obsereved that application of 100 % recommended NPK + 5 ton paddy straw recorded 10.0 and 10.3 no. of tillers in 2006-07 and 2007-08 which were at par with 150% NPK and 100% NPK treatments. Differences among treatments for effective numbers of tillers per square meter were highly significant in both the years. The minimum no. of tilleres was obsereved in the application of 75% recommended dose of NPK+100% PME. The highest plant hight was recorded with application of 150% recommended dose of NPK was75.6 and 75.0 cm in both the year application of chemical fertilizers and with paddy straw give significantly higher plant height. The result revealed that maximum average plant dry weight and length of ears were observed that application of 150 % recommended NPK was 21.39, 21.94 g 9.30 and 10.20 cm per plant in both the years, respectively. The data on grains per ear envisage the differences in treatment highly significant during both the crop seasons. The result show that NPK alone 150% and 100% application with paddy straw were significantly different in all the growth attributesviz., plant height, plant dry weight, no. of tillers, ear length etc. compared with application of paper mill effluent in irrigation
Women's Economic Empowerment in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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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
NONLOCAL BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR A DEGENERATE SECOND ORDER EQUATIONS WITH DISCONTINUOUS CONJUGATION CONDITIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Anna Olegovna Zheldasheva; Vadim Nikolayevich Lesev; Liana Vladimirovna Dumaeva The work is devoted to the study of the unique solvability of nonlocal boundary value problems for a degenerate second-order equations with discontinuous transmission conditions. The question of the existence of the problem solutions is reduced to the equivalent of the Fredholm integral equation solvability and the uniqueness of the solution set based on the energy integrals method.
STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF PARACETAMOL, GUAIFENESIN, AMBROXOL HYDROCHLORIDE, PHENYLEPHRINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE IN BULK AND COMBINED DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sravya Neeli*, Shanta Kumari Katakam An RP-HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of Paracetamol, Guaifenesin, Ambroxol hydrochloride, Phenylephrine hydrochloride and Chlorpheniramine maleate in tablets was developed and validated as per ICH and FDA guidelines. The method was carried out on a with Zodiac C18 (50mm x 4.6mm, 5m) column. Ortho phosphoric acid buffer (1M) and Acetonitrile in the ratio (50:50v/v) used as mobile phase and flow rate of 1.5ml/min. The detection was carried out at 225nm and ambient column temperature was maintained. The linearity of the proposed method was investigated in the range 10-75g/mL (r2= 0.999) for Phenylephrine, 200-1500 g/mL (r2= 0.999) for Paracetamol, 20-150g/mL (r2= 0.999) for Guaifenesin, 6-45g/mL (r2=0.999) for Ambroxol, and 4-30g/mL (r2=0.999) for Chlorpheniramine. The amount of both drugs estimated by the proposed method was found to be in good agreement with labelled claim. The developed method was validated for precision, accuracy, sensitivity, robustness and ruggedness. The developed method can be used for routine analysis of titled drugs in combined dosage form.
In-Vitro Evaluation of Cervical Micro Leakage of the Class Ii Bulk Fill Restorations published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Pinar Yilmaz Atali, Sezai Sonmez, Damla Ozturk, Faik Bulent Topbasi The aim of this study is to investigate the influence of the bulk fill flow composite and restorative technique on cervical microlekage of class II bulk fill restorations. Standardized class II cavities (2x3x3mm)were prepared and divided into 8 groups (n=5) and restored. Following the restorative procedures, aging in distilled water for 5 weeks and immersed in basic fuchsine for 24h. The infiltration level of the dye within the tooth/filling at cervical area was analyzed by using a stereomicroscope. Data were statistically evaluated (p?0.05). % Microlekage of the groups from higher to less is Quixfil, SDR, Grandio flow, Grandio, X+tra fil, X+tra base. Quixfil showed significantly higher leakage than Grandio and X-tra fil (p=0,011). X-tra base showed significantly less leakage than Grandio flow and SDR(P=0,008). It is possible to conclude that using bulk fill flow as an intermediary base provided lower microleakage, indicating better sealing of the tooth-restoration below CEJ.
LITERARY RESEARCH ON EKA KUSTHA WITH SPECIAL REFERANCE TO PSORIASIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Kanchan Chowdhury The term Eka Kustha is found in various Ayurvedic texts and its characteristic features gives a clear picture of what the disease is, like Aswedanam, Mahavastu and Matsyashakolopama. It is a vata-kapha predominant tridoshaja vikar. It can be easily treated by both shodhana and shamana chikitsa. Raktamokshan,Vaman and Virechan are the mainstay. Amlaki, Rasanjan, Manjistha, Lelitaka are important among internal medications. The disease is quite similar to Psoriasis in modern medicine. According to them, it is a hereditary, autoimmune chronic inflammatory skin disease of unknown etiology. The five main types of psoriasis are: 1. Plaque 2. Guttate 3. Inverse , 4. Pustule and 5. Erythrodermic. It typically manifests as red and white scaly patches on the top layer of the skin. Skin biopsy is confirmatory.
Health and Safety Measures in Chettinad Cement Corporation Limited, Karur published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

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Dr.G. Yoganandan and G. Sivasamy The cement industry plays an important role in the construction and engineering industry. This study aimed at finding out the views and awareness workers on health and safety measures in Chettinad Cement Corporation Limited, Karur. The various welfare measures provided by the employer will have immediate impact on the health, physical and mental efficiency of the employees. The sample size was 319. The tools used in this research are percentage analysis, chi-square, t-test and factor analysis. This study found that majority of the employees belong to the age group of 31-40 year and there is a significance relationship between experience and their perception on health and safety measures in Chettinad Cement Corporation Limited and there is a significance relationship between designation and the workers perception on overall facilities. The study suggested that the organization need to increase salary to the employees, take appropriate measure to reduce the air pollution caused by the manufacturing operation and also through other measures like planting trees and using air filters
SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF G+3 MULTISTOREY BUILDING WITH AND WITHOUT LEAD RUBBER BEARING SUPPORT USING DESIGN SOFTWARE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr Ankit Pal1* ,Mr Arpit Chawda The research is conducted with study of existing researches in the field of siesmc behaviour of buildings. Base isolation is one of the technology applied to reduce the effect of earthquake effect. The principle is to disconnect the base of the building from footing ground. The problem is taken as residential building design to withstand building against seismic action. Two types of base are used to analyze and compare building first is building with fixed base and second case is building with lead rubber bearing support. Two software STAAD Pro and SAP 2000 are used to test fixed and lead rubber bearing base buildings. It is first time in India when residential buildings are tested with lead rubber bearing isolation are tested and analyzed for seismic zone V. It is found from results that deflection and stresses analyzed with lead rubber bearing are lesser than fixed base with remarkable margin and it is concluded that research recommends use of lead rubber bearing base isolation for seismic zone V in India.
The Effects of Cover, Copy, and Compare on Spelling Accuracy with a Middle School Student with Learning Disabilities: A Case Report published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

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Susan Poindexter; T. F. McLaughlin; K. Mark Derby; and Gary Johnson The purpose of this research project was to examine the effects of employing the copy, cover and compare (CCC) method in spelling. The participant was a seventh grade male with learning disabilities. Data were gathered on his correct and error rate across various lessons in the students resource room classroom. An ABAB single case design was employed to evaluate the effects of CCC for both corrects and errors in spelling. The overall outcomes indicated a gradual increase in corrects and also gradual decreases in errors. This replicates much of the previous research with CCC. In the present case report, we were able to further replicate our work and those of Skinner and his colleagues. The CCC procedures were straight-forward to implement and data collection fit into the daily classroom routine. The benefits of CCC are discussed.
A SURVEY ON LINK PREDICTION WITH OR WITHOUT TIME AWARE FEATURE IN SOCIAL NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof. Khushboo Satpute* , Pr of Pankaj Choudhary Online network systems have become popular in many social, biological and information system in recent year. Much research has been done in social network, which is increasingly growing and form a large complex network. Social network such as Facebook prov ides a platform for users to share their interest, photos & post etc with their friend. A social network can be well described by a network graph, in which node represents users and edges between nodes represent some association. In most social network lin ks are dynamics and change over the time in network. To predict an association between two nodes in a graph, which is likely to be occur in near future and is termed as link prediction. Many approach and method have been used for predicting a link in past years, a significant interest of the methods uses local and global structure of the graph to make predictions. In this survey we are highlighting the impact of time in association (collaboration or interaction) & temporal behavior of the link between the n odes in link prediction. In this Survey we summarized link prediction without temporal features and Link prediction with time aware features, particularly the relationship between the time stamps of interactions or links and how link strength affects futur e link creation
A PROMISING FUNCTIONAL DAIRY FOOD USING PROBIOTICS WITH KALMEGH published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Sunil S. Pande and Priyanka Gupta* Kalmegh extract has well known nutritional and medicinal values. A probiotic yoghurt fortified with Kalmegh extract (KE) was manufactured using Lactobacillus acidophilus together with Bifidobacterium bifidum as a probiotic bacterial strains. Kalmegh extract was prepared and added at a concentration of 6% to Buffalo's skim milk. The effect on synersis, pH, TTA and sensory properties of the final product, as well as, the viability of the LAB were evaluated during 28 days of storage at refrigeration temperature. Lactobacillus acidophilus counts decreased from 36x108cfu/ml to 14x108cfu/ml and Bifidobacterium bifidum counts decreased from 100x109cfu/ml to 5x109cfu/ml, which is more than the recommended value of more than 107 throughout the storage period. Thus kalmegh fortified yoghurt could be used as a functional dairy food.
Importance of soft skills in Teacher Education Programme published in

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The Effect of Resistance Training and Swiss Ball Resistance Training on Muscular Strength among Male Handball Players. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Shailesh Kumar Singh The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of Resistance Training and Swiss Ball Resistance Training on Muscular Strength among Male Handball Players. To achieve the purpose of the study, thirty male handball players were randomly selected as subjects from LNIPE Guwahati and Gwalior during the Inter- University Handball Camp held at LNIPE Guwahati in 2014. The age of the subjects were ranged between 18 to 25 years. The study was formulated as pre and post test random group design, in which thirty subjects were divided into three equal groups. Experimental Group-I (n=10; RT Group) performed the Resistance Training Group. The Experimental Group-II (n=10, SBRT group) performed Swiss ball resistance training program. Control group (n=10; CG) did not undergo any specific training programmed, but they were practicing the regular sports practice. The analysis of covariance was used to analyze the significant difference, if any among the groups. Since, three groups were compared, whenever the obtained F ratio for adjusted post test was found to be significant, the Scheffes test to find out the paired mean differences, if any. The 0.05 level of confidence was fixed at the level of significance to test the F ratio obtained by the analysis of covariance, which was considered as an appropriate. The result of the study indicates due to training on muscular strength has been improved significantly.
Constructive Impacts of Online Advertisements on Commercial Products - A Gender Based Perceptional Analysis Among the Teenagers in Tamil Nadu published in

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Dr. K. Pongiannan, S. Sivaneshwaran Online advertising is often disguised as a form of entertainment, and it can therefore often be hard to identify an advertisement as promotional. The Internet is an advertising medium that frequently makes use of brand incentives (such as brand mascots, membership in clubs, crafts activities, online games, free samples, extra material for free download or distribution) to influence children to favor the products being promoted. With the advent of information technology and massive growth in multimedia concepts, the internet has the ability to support a variety of online advertising formats (Rodgers & Thorson, 2000). According to Wolin, Korgaonkar, & Lund (2002), web advertisings broad format consists of commercial content paid for by sponsors, designed for audiences, delivered by video, print, audio, graphics or animation. All these online advertising formats can be a good source of information for making purchase decision. Further, in every ones life internet becomes emerging media for information and entertainment. Almost all demographic groups of people availing the internet facility and they come across with online advertisements while surfing internet. This will ultimately raise a question whether the online advertisements creates any impacts. Though there are many people using internet for information gathering, entertainment, chatting, exchanging information and ideas, buying and selling of products and services, teenagers are mostly attracted by internet sophistications. Hence, this paper signifies the impact of online advertisements on commercial products among the teenagers. For this purpose a well structured questionnaire was used as tool for collecting data from the teenagers being the target group of respondents. Accordingly, questionnaire was administered to 2500 respondents with a yielding rate of 80.04 % (2001 usable Questionnaires). The geographical area of Tamil Nadu State in India was used as the sampling area. The questionnaire was administered in person to students in identified schools and colleges all over Tamil Nadu. Also, Snowball Sampling Technique was used to collect data from respondents who are stationed far away from the researcher. The data used for the purpose of this study were collected for a period of 6 months from 1st July 2014 to 31st December 2014. The collected data were subjected to statistical analysis using Frequency analysis, Chi-Square test, and Kruskal Wallis test. From the statistical analysis, it is clear that, teenagers attitude is neutral about the impact of online advertisement and their subsequent purchase of product advertised through online. Further, it is inferred from the study that the respondents do not differ significantly based on gender on the statements like reliability of online advertisements as a source of information, purchase of the product which are advertised online and sharing of gathered information from online advertising with others.
CONVENTIONAL QSAR STUDIES OF THIAZOLIDINONE DERIVATIVES AS POTENTIAL EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTOR INHIBITORS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sanmati Kumar Jain*, Ravi Tripathi and Piyush Ghode Conventional quantitative structure activity relationship (QSAR) analysis was performed on thiazolidinone analogues for their Epidermal Growth Factor inhibitory activity (EGFR inhibitors) using Molecular Design Suite (VLife MDS) software. Partial least squares regression (PLSR) analysis coupled with stepwise variable selection (forward-backward) method was applied to derive QSAR models and validated for statistical significance by internal and external validation. Statistically significant QSAR models were generated. Among them most significant model was found to have squared correlation coefficient (r2), cross validated correlation coefficient (q2) and predictive correlation coefficient (pred_r2) 0.8758, 0.8002 and 0.9141 respectively. The QSAR model indicates that the descriptors T_N_O_4 and RadiusOfGyration contribute (positively) 43.43% and 34.11% respectively to biological activity. Descriptor T_T_C_4 contributes (inversely) 22.46% to the biological activity.The QSAR study of these derivatives provides guidance for further lead optimization and designing of potent anticancer agents.
SEPARATION OF THE ENANTIOMERS IBUPROFEN USING AMINO ACIDS BY TLC published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Zohra Chakrar, Zerkout Said*, Berkoune Hayet, Chihab Houda, Rachid Fegas The enantiomeric separation of racemic compounds of ibuprofen, was performed by thin-layer chromatography on silica gel plates impregnated with optically pure amino acids, as the chiral selector and by using different amino acids in acetonitrile-methanol-water as the solvent system as chiral selector. This is in order to determine the best experimental conditions that enable us to separate the enantiomers ibuprofen: mobile phase, stationary phase and the best amino acid as a chiral selector.
Study on nutritional evaluation and composition of oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus florida) published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PARULBORAANDASHAKAWATRA The present investigation was conducted to study nutritional composition of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus florida). Standard methods of analysis have been employed to find out the proximate composition and other nutritional parameters of the mushroom. Pleurotus florida was found to contain 91.80 per cent moisture, 27.92 per cent crude protein, 7.82 per cent total ash, 0.72 per cent fat, 11.87 per cent of crude fibre and 47.80 per cent carbohydrates. Total soluble sugars, reducing sugars and non-reducing sugars were 3.01, 0.38 and 2.63 per cent, respectively. Acid detergent fibre and neutral detergent fibre content were 17.82 and 43.22 g/100g, respectively and in vitro protein digestibility was 78.96 per cent. Oyster mushrooms also found to have good amount of total mineral content. As the oyster mushroom found to have good nutritional composition thus can be utilized in preparation of various nutritious recipes for improving the nutrition status of the population of the country. As it has low calorific value and very high content of protein, dietary fibres and minerals, devoid of cholesterol, these make an ideal diet for the heart patients. With very high fibre and alkaline elements, mushrooms are suited to those suffering from hyperacidity and constipation and it is also found to have good protein digestibility.
STRESS ANALYSIS & REVERSE ENGINEERING ON ADAMS AND PUNCH CLASP: AN ORTHODONTIC APPLIANCE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Dr. Panchali Batra, Dr. Mohd. Suhaib Orthodontic appliances are used for the treatment of malocclusions of a tooth or group of teeth. These appliances is retained in oral cavity with the help of its integral component known as Clasp which engages the undercuts of teeth for retention. There are generally two types of orthodontic appliances, Removal and Fixed type. Here we are dealing with “Removable” type of orthodontic appliance which can be removed for cleaning purpose by the patient or for re-adjustment by the orthodontist. In removal type of Orthodontic appliances stresses is induced in the Clasp either due to removal or insertion of appliance as well as during mastication, which may leads to deformation and fracture of the Clasp earlier. Therefore, achieving clasp designs producing less stress is very important. The present wok is focused on stress analysis of two types of Clasps 1) Adams and 2) Punch Clasp. Adams clasp is more commonly used for retention of these appliances. With some modification a new type of Clasp is made known as Punch Clasp. Comparative study of these clasps shows that under the similar loading condition stress induces in Punch Clasp is less than stress induces in Adams Clasp. We employed Reverse Engineering approach to develop the CAD models of the Clasp and Stress analysis is done using Finite Element analysis software ANSYS.
SCHEDULING FOR RESOURCE OPTIMISATION USING FUZZY LOGIC published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
K.D.Naik*1, P.K.Sahu2 , A.Maharana3 , S.P.Kar4 , B. Pradhan Cloud computing is an emerging as a distributed computing method taking over the traditional methods to provide a vast usages of resources without owing them. This helps to minimize the cost of users as they will not depend upon hardware resources for their needs[5] even though that is required. In this paper we will discuss about fuzzy logic using the main parameters like length, cost and Processing elements. The cost which is fuzzy in nature has boosted us to use the fuzzy logic to find a resource scheduling method which will be optimal than existing methods of scheduling like shortest job feeding, round robin etc. [6] . Here we will compare the final time of some existing algorithms and our discussed algorithm. This result will help to provide useful information and directions for further research in this new field.
Eco-friendly textiles : A boost to sustainability published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
APARNA SHARMA This article presents an overview of the textile industry highlighting major processes, techniques and practices that are used to make textile industry more sustainable. There is an essential need to identify the stages in various steps of textile production that are said to be the greatest cause for environmental degradation with a special focus on substances that are likely to cause harm to eco- balance. Now a days various processes, techniques and practices related to textile production have been developed to cure the world from being affected by the hazardous effects of chemicals etc. which are either used in textile industry or released as a by-product by the textile industries. These all sustainable methods and techniques to be adopted by textile industries in order to save environment and to foster sustainability in the field of textiles.
Effect of Cisplatin and 5-Fluorouracil on Ascorbic acid contents in fresh water bivalve Parreysia corrugata. published in

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Puspanjali Parida, Salu Tudu,Lakshmipriya Mohanta Cisplatin and 5-Fluorouracil are potent and valuable anticancer drugs widely used for chemotherapy against solid tumours. These drugs exhibits effective chemoprevention in cancer therapy and also lead to several manipulations and cytotoxicity. In present toxicity studies, sub-lethal doses of cisplatin and 5-fluorouracil (LC50/10 for 96 hours) were given to fresh water bivalves Parreysia corrugata for 30 days. The ascorbic acid contents were estimated from different tissues of control and experimental bivalves by Roes method. It was found that ascorbic acid contents were decreased in tissues with increase in period of exposure to anticancer drugs in experimental bivalves. It was also observed that decrease in ascorbic acid contents in different tissues were more in cisplatin treated bivalves than that of 5- fluorouracil treated bivalves.
The share of food products in foreign trade of Bosnia and Herzegovina published in

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Adriana Radosavac, Anja Rosandic, Dunja Demirovic, Desimir Knezevic In this paper were analyzed parameters of food production, foreign trade of food products of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well capacity of food industry Companies in production and trade within recent three years (2012-2014). The volume of trade of food products in frame of total foreign trade of Bosnia and Herzegovina participate with 13.5% in 2012 year, and less in 2013 (13.1%) and the least 12.0% in 2014 year. The total volume of foreign trade of agricultural and food products in 2013 year decline for 0.4% in comparison to 2012 year, while in 2014 year decline for 1.1% in comparison to 2013 year. In average in Bosnia and Herzegovina annually imports of agricultural and food products are achieved over 2 billion convertible marks, while export of food products was about 400 million marks.This paper presents the status and development of the food industry, and its potential in production and trade of different kind of food products ( food, drinks, tobacco etc.). The highest value of capacity that used in production were found for Industry of production non-alcoholic drinks (55.58%) and tobacco (54.59%) and the lowest for wine companies production (11.67%).
Prediction of Football Playing Ability on Selected Physiological Variables of School Level Male Football Players published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mr. M.NEPOLION, Dr.USHA RANI We examined the Prediction of football playing ability on selected physiological variables of school level male football players. Various football teams participated in the Inter School Football Tournament (Zonal Level). One hundred and twenty school male football players from ten schools (n = 120) were selected. The study was formulated as a survey method design. The age of the subjects were ranged between 16 and 18 years. Motor fitness variables such as, agility, power and coordination and the skill related variables such as, dribbling, passing and shooting ability were selected variables for this study. Based on the results of the study the correlation between agility and power, coordination, dribbling, passing and shooting was high.
Evaluation of Axillary Plexus Block A Comparison of Single Injection and Double Injection Method published in

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Dr. G. Pratap Rao, Dr Kailashnath Reddy, Dr Ramakrishna A prospective randomized double blind study was undertaken to compare sensory and motor blockade with single injection method and double injection method of axillary plexus with 20 ml of 1.5% Lignocaine for elective surgeries of forearm & hand. METHODS Sixty patients of ASA class I of age 18-60yrs posted for elective surgeries of forearm and hand were randomly divided into two groups. Group S (single injection method) and Group D (double injection method). Each group consisting of 30 patients to receive 20 ml of 1.5% Lignocaine in single injection method and 20ml of 1.5% Lignocaine in double injection method. . Statistical analysis:the data was analysed using two tailed tests for differences between means of two samples(Z test) and in needed situation using x2 test.significant level for rejecting null hypothesis was taken p<0.05 RESULTS There was faster onset of sensory and motor block in patients of Group D compared to patients of Group S. In group D 96% of Patients had effective sensory neural blockade compared to 86.6% in patients of Group S. . In Group S only 4 (13.3%) patients needed supplementation and 86.6% of block was effective. In Group D all patients had complete blockade and needed no supplementation. The duration of analgesia was prolonged in patients of Group D. Inspite of complete motor block of 46% and 86% in patients of Group S and Group D respectively, surgical procedures were conducted without any issues on to the patients. The duration of motor block was 4 hours in patients of Group D where as 2 hours in patients of Group S.
Run-of-the-river micro hydroelectric power generation from artificially induced vortices published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Aravind Venukumar, Nandakumar M, Venkateswara Rao M and Shekhar Kumar M Run-of-the-river micro hydroelectric power systems are a purely green form of renewable energy generation. In the case of a run-of-the-river hydroelectric power generation scheme, there is absence of an energy storage device (like dam) to allow manipulation of the mass flow rate to efficiently extract power. The postulation of presenting a vortex as a kinetic energy storage device analogous to a flywheel to extract power in run-of-the-river generation is introduced here. Studies show that Coriolis force is a major factor in vortex formation, but its effect in artificially induced vortices for power generation is negligible owing to high Rossby number .This paper discusses various aspects in the realization of power generation from artificial vortices and how to utilize artificial vortices for micro hydroelectric power generation with water head as low as 1 meter. The low head requirement makes the technology a viable option for decentralised cascaded power generation and community electrification.
SPINAL OLIGOASTROCYTOMA published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Peer Asad Aziz, Riaz.A.Raja , Syed Khizr Naim, Noor-ul-ain Qureshi, Sanaullah Pathan, Ali Abbas. This case was reported at Department of Neurosurgery, LUMHS Jamshoro, A 12 year old male patient who admitted to neurosurgery department through OPD with complains of pain in mid back for 2 years ,loss of urinary and fecal control for last 7 months ,weakness of lower limbs for last 6months and unablity to walk since last 2 months . Patient had pain in dorsolumbar region for last 2yrs which was on and off , severe in intensity , nocturnal relieved by injectable medications ,with passage of time initially he suffered from overflow incontinence followed by frank incontined=ce and developed weakness of both lower limbs which progressed from distal to proximal ,it was painless and caused patient to fell down after few steps ,then after short duration of time pt became bedridden ,on examining he had decreased power in upper limbs and had power against resitance i.e. 4/5 , griping was also weak otherwise reflexes ,tone and other findings in upper limb were normal , in both lower limb he had muscular atrophy with flaccidity , reflexes were absent ,fasciculation was negative ,power was 0/5 in both lower limbs , plantars were non responsive ,he had decreased anal tone with loss of bladder control he had anesthesia below D6 level and had kyphotic deformity and tenderness over mid back rest of CNS examination was normal . Patient was investigated and Mri of spine showed A Space occupying lesion extending from cervical to lumbar region with intra medullary presence in axial scans and.so patient underwent D9 to L1 lamenectomy with myleotomy an tumor was gross totally excised . Intraoperatively the tumor was reddish colored,with jelly like thread seen below tumor leve it was adhering spinal cord seprated and removed in piece meal .histopathology revieled oligoastrocytoma spine. Spinal oligoastrocytoma are mixed glial cells having both astrocytic and oligodendroglial components and is one of most rare of spinal cord patholiges .to date only 7 cases were reported in English literature. Such tumors occur in early adolescent and young adults till middle ages 40’s, but they can however occur in children and are very difficult to identify from astrocytomas on radiological imaging .ZHUO described one in may ‘2016 as primary spinal oligoasrocytoma in craniofacial journal. Shinztu described another in 2004 according to him these are one extremely rare conditions to occur and only few cases are reported he reported it 43 yr old and showed that disease had genetic involvement with chromosome 1p & 19q ,those with such associations have better survival ,and in that report patient further went for radiotherapy . Guo JH described primary spinal cord anaplastic oligoastrocytoma in spinal journal in feb’2016 in paraplegic patient .according to him it is rare lesion he reported it in 10 yr old girl and her mri showed intramedullary mass from c5 to d5 with syringobulbia and syringomyleia, genetic analysis showed 1p and 19q association and not 10 q association . Conclusion: To our best of knowledge it is one of extremely rare condition and only 7 cases are reported in past . This case report is to add on knowledge about spinal oligoastrocytoma to occur among children with their unique presentation and large spinal involvement from cervical to lumbar region.
Experimental and Numerical Investigations on Melting Behavior of PCM in Storage Tank published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ei Ei Phyu | Mi Sandar Mon The present work investigates the thermal performance of storage unit using phase change material by experimentally and numerically. Commercial grade stearic acid is used as phase change material (PCM) packed in two cylindrical copper tubes and water is used as heat transfer fluid (HTF). The instantaneous temperature variations of PCM at different layers along the axial direction of the tube are experimentally measured. The PCM temperature at various mass flow rates are measured by experimentally and compared with the numerical results. It is found that the results of the experiment are in good agreement with the numerical results. Ei Ei Phyu | Mi Sandar Mon"Experimental and Numerical Investigations on Melting Behavior of PCM in Storage Tank" 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/ijtsrd15890.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/15890/experimental-and-numerical-investigations-on-melting-behavior-of-pcm-in-storage-tank/ei-ei-phyu
Synchronous double primary lung cancer, small cell with non small cell histology: a therapeutic nightmare published in

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Dr. Rajib Bhattacharjee, Dr. Niladri Roy, Dr. Ranti Ghosh Lung cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. Broadly it is classified into small cell and non small cell carcinoma. Non small cell carcinoma lung includes squamous, adeno and large cell variety. Smoking is a common risk factor for both small cell and non small cell histology. Bilateral involvement is common in lung cancer but synchronous involvement of both lungs, one with small cell and the other with non small cell type is extremely rare. Here we report such a case with small cell carcinoma in left lung and squamous cell carcinoma in right lung of a male smoker and the challenges we encountered during his treatment with systemic chemotherapy
Transforming Rural India Through Financial Dissemination published in

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Dr Mala Sharma Financial inclusion is about broadening and deepening of financial services to the deprived and enhancing financial literacy and education among them so that they can make appropriate choices to mobilize their funds in the main stream financial market. Levine (2004) identified that countries with better functioning banks and financial markets grow faster A world Bank working paper published in 2012 indicated that 65% of adults in India had no access to bank account. For a country with 127 crores of population this figure is scary. This clearly reveals the lop-sided development of financial sector in India. The big story of the last decade to be proud of is that India has come out from low growth trap and moving successfully through financial market becoming global, introduction of financial reforms, attracting FIIs, but at the same time more than half of the population with no concept of bank leads to growth with exclusion, inequality and deprivation. Hence this paper tries to study the growth of financial services developed in rural India in last decades well as the qualitative approach they have adopted to attract rural masses for the use of these services, that is the adaptability of financial services in rural India. Objectives: To study the growth of Institutional finance in Rural India through primary agriculture credit society (PACS). To analyze the role of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) and study the reasons for weakness of RRBs as pointed out by Khusro committee. To evaluate the role of commercial banks in enhancing rural banking. To evaluate the role RBI in rural credit and policy initiative in introducing various scheme. In all the above criteria focused will be on the qualitative approach adopted by banks and Government to reach to customers. Methodology: To above all objectives will be evaluated through qualitative approach in order to analyze financial inclusion in rural areas. The change in each will be analyzed through trend x0/x1100 for the years (2001- 2011). The trend for the financial literacy and its impact on increasing banking habits of rural in habitat will be analyzed from the year 2007 as the scheme of the financial literacy was introduced in 2007 by RBI.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF TELESCOPIC HALFSHAFT FOR AN ALL - TERRAIN VEHICLE (ATV) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Chirag Patil * , Sandee p Imale, Kiran Hiware, Sumeet Tiwalkar Torque transmission from differential to the wheels is a prime factor of drivesha ft. A half - shaft transmits the drive from differential to the wheel hub. Telescopic half - shaft is one of the advancement coming up in automobile industries. Telescopic axles that feature a unique slip joint design in the main shaft that allows the axles to extend and compress slightly during suspension travel to help relieve added stress to the axle joints and to help prevent the axle from pulling from the differential. In this study, a telescopic half - shaft was designed and analyzed for its use in an all - t errain vehicle (ATV). The entire design of half - shaft was done theoretically by using maximum principal shear stress theory and maximum shear stress theory. Models were prepared using 3D technique in SOLIDWORKS 2016 and analysis was done using ANSYS Workbe nch 14.5. Telescopic half - shafts used in an all - terrain vehicle was seen to be effective.
Significance of 2006 Head Counts and House Census to Nigerian Sustainable Development published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Kofo A. Aderogba The 2006 population censu was scheduled, planned and executed. The objective of this paper is to highlight the uniqueness and credible attributes of the exercise: and to make recommendations for subsequent census exercisein the country. The state commisioners were interviewed. NPC (National Population Commision) websites was visited and documents from the NPC office were perused. Literatures on National Population Commision were also read and used. The structure, system and organization can be compared to thatof developed countries. The organisation now use new and improved technology. The activities of the organisation are more reliable as enumeration areas were demarcated to scales. AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System) were implored and Geographic Information System was intended to be used to store the results. Suffice it to say that despite all efforts made by all organs of Government to create awareness and plan logistics, some challenges were still encountered. Nevertheless, there were also some positive responses as it threw more light on the number, quality, type and design of houses in various communities. All organs of the governments were engaged. From planning to execution, adequate awareness and preparation were made to avoid the usual riddles that characterized the previous exercises. The total population is 140, 003,542 unevenly distributed on the territory.
Indian Perspective on the Legal Response towards Rights of Child: An Overview published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. Sanjay Sindhu It is widely accepted fact that children are the most important assets of any nation. Hence, children are said to be the future as the strength of the nation lies in a healthy, protected, educated and well-developed child population that will grow up productive citizens of the country. Existing socio-economic conditions also render some children vulnerable and more at risk to abuse, exploitation and neglect, India
TOXICITY BEHAVIORS IN ORGANIZATIONS: STUDY OF RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF TOXIC EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES SCALE published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Meral Bektas, Pinar Erkal In toxic organizations which are mostly destructive instead of being constrictive towards its employees, toxicity behaviors emerge as a result of the formal and informal relationships. Toxicity behaviors are often negatively affect motivation, job satisfaction or performance of the employees in workplace. Basic toxicity behaviors in organizations are: extreme jealousy, biting words, emphasis superiority emphasis, getting angry, offending employees, strict control, heavy job workload, limited jobs, limited working areas and limited superiorsubordinate relationships. The aim of this study is to determinate toxicity behavior resources in organizations and to examine reliability and validity of toxic emotional experience scale.The result of this study has emerged that, toxic organizations, toxic managers, toxic communication channels or toxic employees can be a source of toxicity behaviors in organizations. To demonstrate how employees are affected by these toxicity behaviors; Keifer and Barclay (2012)s toxic emotional experiences scale is translated into Turkish and the validity and reliability of the scale has been tested by using SPSS 17.0 and 9.1 lisreal programs. These analyses demonstrate that the scale has a satisfactory level of reliability and validity for Turkish employees and can be used in subsequent studies. The scale is consists of 14 items and three factors. These factors are psychologically recurring emotions, disconnecting emotions and draining emotions.
A study of estimated glomerular filtration rate in diabetic patients in an Indian metro city` published in

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Dr.R.Shanker.MD,Dr.Hemalatha Shanker.MBBS,D.cos Background End stage renal disease is very common in diabetic patients. Early diagnosis using estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) is helpful in management. Objective To assess eGFR associated with diabetes at a private clinic in an Indian metro city. Methods Patients attending a private clinic in Chennai were enrolled. Prevalence of diabetes was assessed by using fasting and postprandial blood sugar levels. eGFR values were calculated using formula provided by Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) study group. Data was analyzed using appropriate statistical tests. Results Out of the 274 patients in whom further analysis was done, 62 patients had blood sugar levels higher than those required for diagnosis of diabetes. About 23 percent of the enrolled patients were diagnosed to be suffering from diabetes. Mean serum levels of creatinine in the diabetic patients was found to be 1.04 0.26 mg%. Mean serum creatinine concentration in diabetic males was 1.05 0.46 mg%, while mean creatinine concentration in females was found to be 0.95 0.42 mg%. However, creatinine values were in the normal range in majority of the patients i.e. diabetics as well as non-diabetics. On estimation of GFR in the diabetic patients it was found that mean GFR was 73.14 27.04 ml/ min/1.73sq.m. Mean GFR level in the diabetic males was 78.15 16.8 ml/ min/1.73sq.m while mean GFR levels in the diabetic females was 68.08 18.9 ml/ min/1.73sq.m. Difference was found to be statistically significant on comparing the two genders for serum creatinine as well as eGFR (p<0.05). 50 patients had stage 1 or 2 renal disease.
A Study of Socio-Psychological Characteristics of Studnets Volleyball Players published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Vinayak Gautamrao Jagtap, Dr. K.G.Jadhav, M.S. Rathod Sport has become a psycho-social activity, full of tension, anxiety, fear and stresses. In competitive sports teams and individual players play to win and this spirit of winning the matches and individual events causes ni.iny psychological stresses. So the job of the coach is to prepare or train the individual athlete as well as lean is in such a way that the players individually as well as, in their capacity, as members of the team are to bear all types of stresses and overcome the effect of over-stresses and strains which may deteriorate the sports performance. The players need to undergo such an arduous, training that they should be able to have physical during practice schedules and can have psychic stress during the period of competition, because it is during competition that athletes as well as teams inevitably come under psychological stress.
The Multitenant Cloud Architecture? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
JUEE DARYAPURKAR, PROF. KARUNA BAGDE Force.com is the preeminent on-demand application development platform in use today, supporting some 47,000+ organizations. Individual enterprises and commercial software-as-a service (SaaS) vendors trust the platform to deliver robust, reliable, Internet-scale applications. To meet the extreme demands of its large user population, Force.coms foundation is a metadata driven software architecture that enables multitenant applications. This paper explains the patented technology that makes the Force.com platform fast, scalable, and secure for any type of application.
The Interplay between CEO-TMT Exchange Level and Differentiation: Implications for Firm Competitive Behaviors and Performance published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Hao-Chieh Lin, Pei-Chun Lin, Kai-Han Yang The study examines the interplay between CEO-TMT exchange level and differentiation as well as its implications for firm performance through the mediation of competitive behaviors. Analytical results show that competitive proactivity mediates the relationship between CEOTMT exchange level and firm performance. Moderated-mediation analyses further indicate that CEO-TMT exchange differentiation diminishes the direct effect of CEO-TMT exchange level and the mediating effect of competitive proactivity. We contribute to the upper-echelons and competitive dynamics theories by identifying the implications of the paradoxical dynamics between the emergence and divergence of CEO-TMT exchange for firm competitive initiatives and differential advantage.
TMS-12 Gelir Vergileri Standardına Göre Ertelenmiş Vergi Kavramı ve Bir Uygulama (The Concept of Deferred Tax According to Accounting Standard of Income Taxes (TMS-12) and an Aplication) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Gencay KARAKAYA Cengiz SEVİM We face various challenges in time from the calculation of the tax charged on profits (only the income of the corporations required by the relevant standard) to the recognition. The main reason of these challenges is the emergence of two different concepts of profit over which the tax is to be calculated because of the incompatibilities between the Turkish Accounting Standards and the Tax Procedure Law. The first of these is the commercial profit calculated according to the principles which the relevant standard/standards has/have determined; the other one is the financial profit calculated according to the policies and principles in the tax law. If the differences between accounting profit and financial profit are temporary, it is reported as deferred taxes in the relevant period of balance sheet. TAS-IAS 12 Income Taxes Standard describes the differences in question. The differences in question emerge as deferred tax assets or deferred tax liabilities. The purpose of this article is to analyse TAS-IAS 12 Income Taxes Standard and is to explain the application of the standard in question in what manner that will be made. Therefore, with the help of an example of an application, TAS-IAS 12 Income Taxes Standard is compared with the current practice in Turkey.
A STUDY ON THE USE OF ANTIBACTERIAL IN UPPER AND LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN IN A TEACHING HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Nikhil Yada1*, Arpit Maheshwari2, Vihar Upadhyay3, Pranit Shah4, Binai K Sankar5, Nisha Rajan6 Pediatrics are the special group of population which requires specialized care and management due to their under developed immunity and developing organ systems. Bacterial infections are an increasing cause for the morbidity and mortality among pediatrics in developing countries. Since time immemorial, antibacterials have played an important role in eradicating these infections. The present study was a prospective observational study carried out over a period of 3 months among In-patients and Out-patients in the department of Paediatrics. A total of 205 patients were enrolled in the study. Out of this, the most number of patients were in the age group of 0-5 years (183, 89.26%) which included 57.45% males and 42.54% were females. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections were more prevalent, 61.0%, compared to Lower Respiratory Tract Infections. As the temperature reduced the incidence of infections increased. The temperature was the lowest in the month of January (21degree) and the number of cases obtained was 58.0%. Bacterial infections were predominant than viral infections and was implicated in 94.08%. A total of 14 antibacterials were used during the study period among which Amoxicillin- Clavulanic acid (35.07%) was the most preferred antibacterial and combination therapy was used due to the increasing bacterial resistance and the severity of infections. It may also be noted that the addition of a beta lactamase inhibitor is necessitated due to the emergence of resistance This study concludes that, URTI are more prevalent than LRTI. URTI are predominantly treated in OP setting while LRTI requires hospitalization. Dosing of antibacterials in children is rationalization, as evident from the dosing trend noticed by the study. This finding highlights the need for prescribing guidelines for Paediatric population.
KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF CONTRACEPTION AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
AM Zubair* and IY Mohammed Objective: This study explored the knowledge, attitude and prevalence of use of contraceptives Design: A descriptive cross-sectional study Setting: Antenatal Clinic Subjects: Pregnant women aged 16 to 44 years Results: Contraceptive use was poor (29%) despite high level of awareness (96%). The most widely known contraceptive methods were Injectables (91%), Pills (91%) and Intrauterine device (48%). Contraceptive methods used include: Injectable contraceptives (50%), oral contraceptive pills (38%), intrauterine device (6%) and implants (6%) while none of the respondents reported the use of barrier method. Common reasons for not using contraceptives include lack of spousal consent (34%) and belief that contraception is unacceptable religiously (19%) and culturally (18%) and desire for a male child (14%). A significant relationship was observed between formal education and contraceptive use. Conclusion: Contraceptive use was low among pregnant women despite high level of awareness. Motivation of couples through media and health personnel should be accorded priority.
Understanding the Role of new Media in Establishing and Maintaining Political Communication. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Amanpreet Randhawa We are the citizens of the largest democracy in the world, we enjoy the privilege to elect our own government and that government works for our welfare. A stable and transparent political system forms the very basis of a developing country like ours. As the responsible citizens of the society it is our duty to participate in this political set up .The power lies with the people but it needs to be channelized and one way of doing this is through the use of New Media. The New Media can provide a platform for political communication. At this point it becomes important that we define political communication. Objectives To gather insight into the contribution of the new media in shaping the public opinion. To comprehend the potential of the new media during the election campaign of a candidate contesting the elections. To examine the role of new media as a facilitator for the implementation of the programme, scheme and policy framed by the government. Research Methodology The present study understanding the role of new media in establishing and maintaining political communication was conducted following the content analysis method. The researcher made extensive use of the internet as well as the print media and electronic media to gather insight into the objectives listed above.
Histopathological lesions in Transrectal ultrasound guided biopsies of Prostate in patients with raised serum Prostate specific antigen published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Prabhat Sharma, Dr. Meena M. patel, Dr. Abhishek Raval Introduction: Carcinoma of Prostate is one of the common tumors of old age in men. With digital rectal examination (DRE), Prostate specific antigen (PSA) and Transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)-guided needle biopsies of prostate are considered the gold standard for the diagnosis of the Prostatic cancer. Objectives: To determine the spectrum of Pathological lesions in TRUS-guided needle biopsies of Prostate in men with increased serum Prostatic specific antigen (PSA) levels (?4 ng/ml) with or without symptoms of Prostatism. Patients and methods: A Retrospective study carried out at the Department of Histopathology, B.J.M.C and Civil hospital, Ahmedabad from January 2013 to November 2013. The study includes 108 cases between 50 to 76 years of age group. Serum PSA level and Histopathology of Prostatic biopsy was done and correlate. Results: In present study ,out of 108 cases, 60 (55.6%) cases showed Benign lesions with mean age 57.7 4.86. and 48 (44.4%), Malignant with mean age 65.70 5.64.The mean serum PSA value was 13.36 8.6 ng /ml. Conclusions: In present study, Elevated level more than 4.0 ng /ml with TURS guided needle biopsy is most useful and accurate diagnostic method for Prostate.
Acute Pancreatitis, Actualization and Evidence Based Management published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Luis Angel Medina Andrade*, Arsenio Torres Delgado, Luis Fernando Perez Corona, Oscar Sanchez Moreno, Daniel Flores Rodríguez, Oscar Rodrigo Rocha Erazo, Eduardo Vidrio Duarte, José Daen Jonathan Cabañas Gomez, Rene Cano Rodriguez, Nestor Apaez Araujo and Oscar Arturo Nava Carmona Acute pancreatitis (AP) is a systemic immunoinfl ammatory response to auto-digestion of the pancreas and peri-pancreatic organs. It is a frequent gastrointestinal disease with an important morbimortality, reaching 30% in severe cases. Different studies and reviews by international groups have developed multiple classifi cation systems to assess the severity and address the correct management along time, identifying the better molecular markers, clinical outcome determinants and reaching conservative management as the angular piece in AP. In this review we present a compilation of the latest studies and international consensus about AP physiology, etiology, risk factors, diagnosis, severity assessment, imaging and treatment.
THE DIRECTIONS OF THE ACTIVITY DUMA OF DONBASS ON EXAMPLE BAKHMUTS 1866-1916 published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Iosifovich Tatarinov The legal basis of creation and activities of the Bakhmut City Council are examined. Bakhmut was the center of the countys largest Ekaterinoslav province, occupied half of the current Donetsk region: the election of deputies of the Duma vowels, terms of office, the requirements for candidates for the post of Head and vowels, the order of the election. The function of the representative body, the Duma and the regulatory authority, justices are analyzed. The tax base of the population, commerce and industry, the role of fair trade, ways of filling the local budget expenditure at different times, supervise the implementation of the budget are studied.
To access the printing practices of Kashipur in Uttaranchal published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHILPI DHALL AND RENU BALA SHARMA Handicrafts have been a very basic activity of human society. They are a very integral part of our life. The growth of handicrafts in society was an embodiment of cultivation of sensitivity. Handicrafts, defined simply are the objects made by skill of hand that carry the creators imagination along with the centuries of tradition in which these have been created and are the result of years of almost conscious experiment and unconscious evolution. Handicrafts, therefore, are activities which were inherited and acquired with time. Block printing is the hand method and the oldest and generally considered as the artistic of all methods of printing textile. Many types of hand woven textile disappear due to the competition from imported and domestically produced mill made cloth. But these remained mainly localize demand for the block printed, usually unstiched garments such as dhoties, lungies, sarees, rumals, pagdies and floor spreads. It has been seen that block printing is done mainly on utility articles, sarees and in negligible amount on dress materials. Moreover, the sarees which are made not of such high quality as compared to the utility article, specially designes used are very limited. A very little effort is done to promote new designs or to make new designs on the articles
Rights Against Exploitation in the Context of Women and Children published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Anshika Tiwari If today we ponder about the word œprotection, women and children comes into picture immediately. Though women and children are believed to be the most delicate and pampered ones their rights are being encroached every day and protection of them comes naturally to balance the human rights scale. Despite the legal rights beings granted to them through various Government policies and Acts of the country and international covenants, exploitation against them is endemic. Women and children are being targeted in many ways such as domestic violence, trafficking, prostitution, rape, pornography, child marriage, child labor, child sexual abuse etc. The word ˜exploitation basically means the action or fact of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their work. The Constitution of India prohibits discrimination based on sex but it equally empowers the government to undertake special measures for women. Though the position of women has improved in last four decades ,but still they are struggling to maintain their dignity and freedom. Due to patriarchal society , Indian women and children are facing the toughest time mentally and physically ,mainly due to increase in the exploitation of their rights ,lack of awareness of legal and constitutional rights they have provided. Anshika Tiwari"Rights Against Exploitation in the Context of Women and Children" 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/ijtsrd12788.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/political-science/12788/rights-against-exploitation-in-the-context-of-women-and-children/anshika-tiwari
EVALUATION OF ANTIDIABETIC AND ANTIOXIDATIVE EFFECT OF SEED OF EUJENIA JAMBOLANA IN STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED DIABETIC MALE RAT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kishalay Jana, Abhinandan Ghosh, Tushar Kanti Bera, Debidas Ghosh* Present study focus on the effect of ethyl acetate fraction of seed of Eujenia jambolana (E. jambolana) in streptozotocin (STZ) induced diabetic male rats. Rats were divided into four groups (n=6), control, diabetic, ethyl acetate fraction treated (200 mg/kg body weight/day for 35 days) and glibenclamide treated (20 mg/kg body weight/day for 35 days) group. Fasting blood glucose levels (FBG) were measured of all animals. Important carbohydrate metabolic enzymes i.e. hexokinase, glucose-6-phosphatase and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase were measured in hepatic tissue. Serum insulin, glycated hemoglobin (HbA 1 C) and glycogen content also measure in hepatic and skeletal muscle tissue. For antioxidant activity we measured catalase (CAT), peroxidase (Px) superoxide dismutase (SOD) along with the quantification of thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) and conjugated diene (CD) in hepatic and renal tissue. Histological study of pancreatic tissue also evaluated. Serum glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT) and serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (GPT) levels were measured for toxicity assessment. The FBG levels, serum insulin, HbA 1C, three carbohydrate metabolic enzymes activity and antioxidant enzymes along with lipid peroxidation end product were recovered significantly after fraction treatment in compare to untreated diabetic group. Degeneration of pancreatic islets cell were noted in untreated diabetic group, but after fraction treatment it was recovered towards the control animals. All results were compared with glibenclamide treated group, a standard antidiabetic drug. This study indicates that the ethyl acetate fraction of seed of E. jambolana is effective for the treatment of diabetes mellitus without any toxicity.
HERBAL NANOPARTICLE FOR ANTICANCER POTENTIAL- A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Chawardol Seema G., Dr. Jain Sapan B.* Insomnia (Anidra) is defined as difficulty in initiating and maintaining sleep or both despite adequate opportunity and time to sleep, leading to impaired day time functioning. Due to Insomnia many physiological changes occurs such as variation in respiration, cardiac function, muscle tone, body temperature, hormone secretion and blood pressure. As per Ayurveda Ahar, Nidra & Brahmacharya are Triupstambhas i.e. the supportive pillars of life which are essential for physical as well as mental health of individual. Considering these aspects study was carried out to find out alternate & safe medicine for Anidra. The study was conducted in 30 clinically diagnosed patients of Anidra with an objective of clinical evaluation of the efficiency of shirodhara & Powder of Valerianawallichii (Tagar churna). Patients were randomly divided into two groups, Group A & Group B. Patients of Group A were treated with Shirodhara and the patients of Group B were treated with Shirodhara & Powder of Valerianawallichii (Tagar churna). For the statistical analysis of the data the standard statistical package R build 2.5 in used. Group B showed better result in disturb sleep, late night sleep, feeling of insufficient sleep, klama, manodaurbalya, & irritability.
An Observational Study of Chennai Street Food Vendors Food Safety Knowledge and Practices published in

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Mrs. Sujaya. J, Dr. Mrs. D. Sridevi, The present study was undertaken to observe knowledge, attitude and practices followed by street food vendors in Chennai city. Using an observation form hygienic practices of 36 street-food vendors from 6 different areas were assessed. A continuous monitoring in each activity from pre-preparation to cleaning is required in the street food centers to avoid any food borne pathogenic outbreaks in the future. Results of the study, call for stringent supervision and implementation of food-safety practices and regular education on food and personal hygiene among vendors.
FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT OF FLOATING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM (FDDS) FOR LAFUTIDINE published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
C. V. S. Raghu Kiran *1 , C. Gopinath The objective of the present study was to develop floating tablets of lafutidine in order to achieve an extended retention in the upper GITwhich may enhance the absorption and improve the bioavailability.The tablets were prepared by gas generation technique using differentratio and concentrations of natural gums like guar gum, gum karaya, hupu gum. Lafutidine a newly developed histamine H2 - receptor antagonist wasretained in the stomach and assist in improving the oral sustaineddelivery of drugs in the gastrointestinal tract. The prepared tablets ofvarious formulations were characterized for a total floating time, buoy ancy lag time, andpercentage drug released. The blend was characterized for determination ofangle of repose, Hausners ratio, compressibility, bulk density and tapped density. The floating tablets wereevaluated for determination of weight variation, hardne ss, friability, content uniformity,floating lag time, total floating time, in vitro drug release study, stability studies. The flowproperties of prepared floating tablets were found to be excellent. Tablets showed satisfactory characteristics with respect to weight, hardness and friability data. The formulation code F10 showed superior results it may be constructive for prolongeddrug release in the stomach to get better the bioavailability and abridged the dose frequency. Optimized floating tablets showed n o significant changes in the physicalappearance, drug content, total buoyancy time, and also in vitro dissolution pattern afterstorage at 40C/75% relative humidity for 3 months. Key words: Gastro retentive drug delivery system, lafutidine, stability studi es, in - vitro drug release study
ISO-STERIC REPLACEMENT OF THIAZOLIDIENE DIONE TO IMIDAZOLINE DIONE (HYDANTOIN) AS A NOVEL SCAFFOLD: SYNTHESIS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF PTP1B INHIBITORS. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ankit C. Borisa*, Hardik G. Bhatt, Dinesh Thakkar, Sneha Trivedi. Diabetes affects 12% of the total population in world. So it is very important to treat this fatal disease. There are many marketed preparation is available to treat diabetes but not a single medicine have the ability to cure it. A thirst in research area is more and more increased now a day. Novel pathways and targets are identified in current time that may be kill this dragon named diabetes. Inhibition of a novel target PTP1B is chosen for attack on diabetes. PTP1B inhibition reported as negative regulator of insulin signaling pathway which increased the insulin sensitivity on insulin receptor. The numerous scaffold are reported and still so much research task going on for PTP1B inhibition. We choose Hydantoin scaffold as novel inhibition of PTP1B and design molecule that binds with this enzyme and inhibit it. A series of substituted 2-[4-[(2,5-dioxo imidazolidin-4- ylidene) methyl] Aryloxy] -N-arylacetamide is decided to synthesized. The inhibition of PTP1B is in vitro tested over PTP1B enzymatic kit. Among all the tested compounds, two compound were found most potent activity 90.59% & 97.56 % inhibition respecively (N-(4-bromophenyl)-2- [4-[(2,5- dioxoimidazolidin-4-ylidene)methyl] phenoxy]acetamides) and (2-[[2-[4-[(2,5- dioxoimidazolidin-4-ylidene)methyl] phenoxy] acetyl]amino]benzoic acid) with compared to standard drug suramin.
A Prismatic Part Machining and Simulation for Computer Aided Process Planning System published in

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Viswa Mohan Pedagopu,Dr. Manish Kumar The global competition between the manufacturing industries has increased the demands to reduce production times and increase quality of the product. The attempt to automate processing of geometric data and reduce the manual effort for handling complex and huge geometries has been persistently pursued over the last two decades. This pursuit has resulted in a drastic improvement in CAD systems that allow the designers to easily build complex geometries into the models. This paper presents the algorithm of tool generation of prismatic part. A case study of prismatic part has been done and the various parameters such as machining time, machining power is determined by using Creo/proe design software. This paper also shows the simulation results of prismatic part using Depth1 See NC-Mill software.
Detailed Performance Assessment of Haar, Cosine, Slant and Hartley Transforms for Grayscale Image Colorization using Thepade?s Transform Error Vector Rotation Algorithms of Vector Quantization published in

IJICAR - International Journal of Integrated Computer Applications & Research

Published by Research Promoters Pvt. Ltd.
Sudeep D. Thepade, Padale Supriya, Atul Pawar The detailed performance comparison of four orthogonal transforms for grayscale image colorization using Thepades Transform Error Vector Rotation(TTEVR) algorithm is done here with five different color pallet sizes. The Thepades transform error vector rotation algorithms use binary numbers represented by four error vector sequences (Haar, Cosine, Slant & Hartley). The proposed technique uses vector quantization to generate a color pallet to color the grayscale image. The proposed technique has two stages. The first stage uses source (color) image from which color traits need to be taken is used to generate color pallet using Thepades transform error vector rotation algorithms. In the second stage colors are transferred to a arget (grayscale) image using generated color pallet. There exist no objective criteria for qualitative analysis of performance evaluation of the colorization quality of proposed TTEVR for the orthogonal transforms alias Cosine, Haar, Slant and Hartley is done here to find better transform to be used in TTEVR based grayscale image colorization, hence the grayscale version of original color image is recolored using proposed technique and the mean squared error between original color image and recolored image is used as quality comparison criteria. Experimentation is done on 15 different images for five different color pallet sizes in RGB. The proposed techniques are compared with existing colorization technique KEVR. KEVR performs better than the proposed techniques in RGB color space.
Indian Society and Aids of Migrant People published in

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K. Lakshmipathi, M. Hari In the late twentieth century nothing has hit human kind promiscuity and worse homosexuality, it was thought that a so- called family bound society like India, will not fall prey to aids. However ,it is this very conservatism harder, than the dread of AIDS A disaster far immense in magnitude than the plague and its after math visualized as having even more disastrous demographic consequences than a world warThe migrant populations in the city slums are known for their lack of moral values specially as a result of uprootment from community life. Here a totally different set of conditions prevail than those caused by conservatism. there is a complete breakdown of family values and the children are exposed to crime and a bitter struggle for existence which may include drug peddling and drug abuse.
Parental control adopted by agricultural labourer households of Odisha published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DIBYAPRAVA PRADHANAND BISWANATH SADANGI A study was conducted to find out the parental control adopted by the families of women agricultural labourers. The study encompassed a sample of 160 households from 8 villages randomly selected from four blocks which were, purposively selected from four districts of Odisha. Data were collected through a questionnaire. Results revealed that majority of fathers (57.5 %) and mothers (69.37 %) used democratic methods of child training. Majority of both the parents (58.75 %) were giving moral teaching to the children. Fathers were found giving moral teaching more as compared to mothers. Disciplining children by telling stories was practised by 45.22 per cent mothers. More children seemed to obey their fathers than mothers. Majority (53.12 %) children believed their mothers more than fathers. For rectifying childrens bad deeds punishing was executed by majority (59.38 %) of fathers where as more mothers use ridiculing/insulting the child. Father was found never isolating their children for this purpose. Comparatively higher percentage of mothers adopted the methods like make children understand, deprive the children of the things they longed for and divert childrens mind for rectifying childrens bad deed than fathers. Consequences of parental control over children like develops resentment, fear and discontentment were more towards father than mother. Very few children seemed to change their behaviour as a result of parental control.
IMPACT OF PARTIAL DEFATTING ON NUTRITIONAL, MINERAL, FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES AND EFFECT OF SOLVENTS TO EVALUATE IN-VITRO ANTIOXIDANT, ANTI-DIABETIC POTENTIALITY FROM FLAXSEED (LINUM USITATISSIMUM) EXTRACTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manukumar.H.M13*, Prathima.V.R2, Lokesh .S1, Goutham .G4, Suresha .S5 The aims of the present study was to evaluate nutritive, functional properties, antioxidant activity by DPPH, alkaline DMSO methods and in vitro ?-amylase inhibitory activity for different pure (100%) and 80% solvents for the raw (R) and partially defatted flour (PDF) extract. Significant increase in the nutritive contents in the PDF was observed. Partial defattening improved the foam capacity, stability and water absorption capacities compare to R flour. Mineral profile increment stand for application of defatting. Total phenolic (TPC) and total flavanoid (TFC) extracted highest in 80% methanol (5855 mg GAE/100g, 470 mgRE/100g) for R and 80% ethanol (2951.66 mgGAE/100g), 100% methanol (449.66 mg RE/100g) for PDF respectively. Antioxidant activity by 80% ethanol (85.14% and 81.72%) for DPPH, 80% methanol (67.55% and 62.21%) for superoxide radical scavenging activity from R and PDF compare to vitamin C (89.14% and 88.12%) respectively. Alpha-amylase inhibitory activity exhibited by 80% methanol (31.15% and 27.14%) for R and PDF respectively compare to standard Acarbose (54.42%). Current data conclude that partially defattening and 80% methanol showed its impact on functional, antioxidant and enzyme inhibition.
Green Synthesis of Benzoin Derivatives Using Coenzyme Catalyzed Benzion Condensation Reaction published in

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Anandrao Kale The new trends of Green Chemistry is an invention, design, development and application of chemical products and processes to reduce or to eliminate the use and generation of substances hazardous to human health and environment. The Benzoin and its derivatives are synthesized by conventional method by use of sodium cyanide and ethanol with strong heating for the longer time which is found to hazardous and slower conversion An alternative facile route of green approach, eco-friendly and solvent-free reaction procedure with very simple workup conditions is needed for organic synthesis. Present work is carried out for the synthesis of Benzoin and its derivatives by coenzyme catalyzed benzion condensation reaction. The synthesis of ligands benzoin and its substituted derivatives includes three component coupling reaction of benzaldehyde, ethanol and sodium hydroxide. The ice cold clear solution of thiamine hydrochloride in aqueous ethanol is taken in a 50 ml round bottom flask. To this ice cooled freshly prepared (15 ml) sodium hydroxide solution is added. Then Fresh bidistilled benzaldehyde (10 ml) or substituted benzaldehyde was added to the reaction mixture. The mixture was heated gently on a water bath for about 60 min. The mixture was cooled to room temperature and then in ice bath to induce crystallization of the benzoin. The yield is 45% and melting point is found to be 1350C. The ligands obtained is recrystallized; and further characterized by modern spectral methods. The systematic path of the reaction and mechanism is shown in the Scheme-I. The peculiarity of the reaction is rapid conversion, solvent free; no use of catalyst and hazardous chemicals in the synthesis hence, it is ecofriendly green chemistry synthesis.
PROGRESS AND AMALGAMATION OF REGIONAL RURAL BANKS IN INDIA-AN OVERVIEW published in

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Dr C.Yellaiaha,Dr.G. Sudhakaraiah,Prof. M.Venkateswarlu -
Self-Efficacy In Classroom Management Of Faculty Members Of The University Of Eastern Philippines published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

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

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Perlita L. Atendido, Elisheba D. De Vera, William Jerick L. Mambil, Ava Ann P. Semorlan The Elementary Christian Living teachers of the School of Saint Anthony conducted a survey among their pupils regarding the factors that make them happy. The purpose of this research is to bring awareness regarding the things that Elementary pupils value in life leading them to happiness. This will also serve as a glimpse of pupils values and to determine the factors that will motivate them in their everyday lives. The following results were derived from the studys findings: Grade one pupils are happy when they are with their families and when they play toys and gadgets. Grade two pupils, on the other hand, are happy with their family, friends, toys and gadgets. Moreover, Grade three pupils enjoy being with their family and friends, and with new toys and gifts. As for the grade four pupils, they enjoy bonding with their families and friends, when they eat their favorite food and when they see their teachers. Furthermore, Grade five pupils love their family and are happy with new gadgets and toys. They are also happy when they play with their pets and friends. Lastly, the family serves as an important factor that makes the grade 6 pupils happy. Friends, gadgets, high grades and praying to God are the other encouraging factors of the grade 6 pupils gladness. Findings reveal family as the top consistent factor that makes the Elementary pupils happy. They enjoyed the different activities and experiences they had with their family members. Toys and new gadgets were also consistent factors that make the lower school pupils happy. Relationship with friends, on the other hand, serves as an important factor that inspires the Middle School pupils to be happy. Among Filipinos, across time, family remains as the source of happiness among children. This research recommends the parents to be more reflective of the moments they spend with their children and to be more sensitive with their interests and needs. This research implies the impact of families to their childrens emotional development and the deep significant marks they leave in the lives of their children.
ANALYSIS OF THE ARTICLE THE ORIGINS OF GOOD AND EVIL published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Ekaterina Andreevna Makarova This article is devoted to the theoretical and pragmatic structuring concept. Objects of study are good and evil as the main and best reflects the specifics of the nation and mental characteristics of the era. Analysis of these concepts will help determine the spiritual state of our society to identify prospects of moral perfection.
Developing Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping Techniques for Consequence Analysis of Second and Third Order Effects published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Kenneth McDonald, Derek Sanchez, Kenneth Voet, Ryan Powis, Joshua Norris, Rob Prins The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) is the Department of Defense’s (DOD) official Combat Support Agency for countering weapons of mass destruction (WMD). DTRA focuses on WMD and mitigating the consequences of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosive threat (CBRNE). The initial direct effects of a CBRNE incident are well defined and documented; however, the second and third order effect’s are complex and not thoroughly understood or documented. Consequence analysis is the practice of analyzing the effects of major events such as a CBRNE event and can assist in predicting the second and third order effects. Currently there is no method to predict or analyze the second and third order effects of CBRNE events. This research focused on identifying the entities associated with a CBRNE event initially. The use of experts and surveys developed an exhaustive list of entities and associated realtionships. The follow-on research focused on the type and strength of the entity relationships. Next, Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping (FCM) techniques identify and evaluate the complex relationships of the second and third order effects. Using a mind mapping computer program, FCM techniques produced second and third order effect relationships. The final product provided a solid first attempt at analyzing a CBRNE event and the associated second and third order effects. Subsequent research will require greater effort to employ system dynamics techniques to enhance the product and develop a more thorough model.
OPTIMAL PLACEMENT OF PHASOR MEASUREMENT UNITS ON IEEE-24 BUS SYSTEM USING PSAT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Baljeet Singh, Jaswinder Singh Sra In the present era, with the expansion of power system the complexity and challenges in terms of grid stability, security and safety is increased. So more accurate, reliable monitoring and control systems are required. The present SCADA system is capable only to provide steady state view of the power system with high data latency whereas PMU can provide the dynamic view of power system. As PMU is a costly equipment so we can`t place PMUs on all buses of power system. Optimal placement of PMUs is necessary for complete observability of power system. In this paper Power System Analysis Toolbox (PSAT) is used for power system analysis and control. PSAT is used to solve the PMU placement problem using different methods such as Depth First, Annealing, Spanning Tree and Graph Theoretic procedure on IEEE-24 bus system. The Static report provides power flow through different methods and state variables, total P,Q and plots of theta, frequency, voltage magnitude are calculated for IEEE-24 bus system.
Appraisal of Outcome on Concrete by Various Curing Method with Its Different Compounds published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prof Tanveer Asif Zerdi Properties of hardened concrete, especially the durability, are deeply influenced by curing as since it has effect on hydration of cement. The progress in construction and chemical industry have paved way for development of new curing techniques and construction chemicals such as Membrane curing compounds, Self-curing agents, Wrapped curing, Water proofing compounds etc. With the development of project conventional curing methods have proven to be a costly affair and they have been replaced by Membrane curing compounds and Self-curing agents up to some extent as they can be used in inaccessible areas, Vertical structures, Water scant areas etc. It is most realistic and broadly used curing method. In this review paper effort has been made to understand the efficiency and working of curing methods which are normally adopted in the construction industry and compared with conventional water curing method.
IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP GROWTH: A CASE OF LAHORE, PAKISTAN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mahwish Zafar*, Wajahat Shafiq, Shazia Kousar , Hummaira Qudsia Yousaf , Nadia Nasir This manuscript has been written for the proven of the relationship of social media and entrepreneurship growth in Pakistan specifically in Lahore. This study raises different questions about the use of social media in the t hird world country, where technology and its literacy arrives late as compare to the rest of the world. The research was conducted to observe the difference between entrepreneur’s growth who are using social media for the promotion of the products & servic es, and who are not using. This study used regression analysis to investigate the impact of social media on entrepreneurial growth. The study clearly concluded that the companies of Lahore who are on social media are more popular among the masses as compar e to those who are not using internet for the advertising purpose.
THE CHANGING OF TRADITIONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIUM TO SOCIAL MEDIA IN BALI published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr Ni Made Ras Amanda Gelgel Communication is one of the most important parts of a culture. Through communication, societies have interacted and built a culture. One such culture built of traditional mass communication in Bali is Kulkul. But nowadays, especially in the younger generation, the used of social media through mobile communications has become more attractive, which could affect the used and a role of Kulkul. The objectives of the research were to find out if and how far social media has replaced the usage and function of Kulkul in Bali customary society. The method of the study was qualitative in an ethnographic approach and carried out at Guwang Village, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia in year 2014. The results showed that the younger generation preferred using social media for delivering messages related to customary rather than Kulkul. They also did not understand the original meaning of Kulkuls rhythm. The roles of Kulkul as a symbol of cultural mass-communication in Bali was threatened by using social media for communicating messages related to customary in Bali.
Faults Diagnosis of a Girth Gear using Discrete Wavelet Transform and Artificial Neural Networks published in

International Journal of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology

Published by Azad University Majlesi Branch
M. Akbari, H. Homaei & M. Heidari* In this paper, a fault diagnosis system based on discrete wavelet transform (DWT) and artificial neural networks (ANNs) was designed to diagnose different types of faults in gears. DWT is an advanced signal-processing technique for fault detection and identification. Five features of wavelet transform RMS, crest factor, kurtosis, standard deviation and skewness of discrete wavelet coefficients of normalized vibration signals have been selected. These features are considered as the feature vector for training purpose of the ANN. A wavelet selection criteria, namely Maximum Energy to Shannon Entropy ratio, was used to select an appropriate mother wavelet and discrete level, for feature extraction. To ameliorate the algorithm, various ANNs were exploited to optimize the algorithm so as to determine the best values for number of neurons in hidden layer resulted in a high-speed, meticulous three-layer ANN with a small-sized structure. The diagnosis success rate of this ANN was 100% for experimental data set. An experimental set of data has been used to verify the effectiveness and accuracy of the proposed method. To develop this method in general fault diagnosis application, an example was investigated in cement industry. At first, a MLP network with well-formed and optimized structure (20:12:3) and remarkable accuracy was presented providing the capability to identify different faults of gears. Then this neural network with optimized structure was presented to diagnose different faults of gears. The performance of the neural networks in learning, classifying and general fault diagnosis were found encouraging and can be concluded that neural networks have high potentiality in condition monitoring of the gears with various faults.
Bauddhakalin Chikitsa Vigyan, Ek Avalokan published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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A SURVEY ON CRYPTOGRAPHIC CLOUD STORAGE WITH KEY AGGREGATE SEARCHABLE ENCRYPTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Abhijit S Nair* Fascial plane blocks have become quite popular in the present practice of regional anaesthesia. Transverses abdominal plane (TAP) block, quadratus lumborum (QL), serratus anterior plane (SAP) block, pectoralis block (PECS 1/ 2), rectus sheath and adductor canal block are quite easy to perform with ultrasonographic (USG) guidance. The anaesthesiologist identifies the muscles and the relevant fascial plane to inject the local anaesthetic (LA) in the desired plane under USG guidance. Current prospective and observational studies have shown that these are quite effective as a single injection and can be used for continuous analgesia with an indwelling catheter in the fascial plane. All fascial plane blocks are transmuscular injections i.e. the needle has to reach the target plane by piercing the adjoining muscles. There are high chances of LA injection in the muscle or spillage of LA in the substance of muscle especially after high volume LA injections. The possibility is more when an anaesthesiologist has recently learnt a fascial plane block and is applying it in clinical practice. The myotoxicity could be more profound in continuous LA infusions where the muscle will get continuously exposed to LA.
SOLUBILITY AND DISSOLUTION RATE ENHANCEMENT OF OLMESARTAN MEDOXOMIL BY SOLID DISPERSION AND DEVELOPMENT OF ORALLY DISINTEGRATING TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashok M. Khandekar*, Kishorkumar B. Burade, Sagar J. Kanase, Ganesh R. Sawant, Devidas S.Narute, Suresh B.Sirsath The main objective of the research work is to improve the solubility and dissolution rate of olmesartan medoxomil by solid dispersion with carriers like PVPK30,PEG6000 and sodium lauryl sulfate.The solid dispersion were prepared by kneading method. The prepared solid dispersion were characterized by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR), X-RayDiffraction (XRD) and Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC). The FTIR and XRD spectra of olmesartan/carriers solid complexes showed that olmesartan medoxomil could form complex with carriers in solid state. The XRD spectra of olmesartan/ carriers solid complexes indicated olmesartan medoxomil existed in amorphous state, this could be explained the fact that the aqueous solubility of olmesartan medoxomil was increased. From the prepared solid dispersion, orally disintegrating tablets were formulated by using various superdisintegrants like sodium starch glycolate and croscarmellose sodium in various concentrations (5-15%).Prepared tablets were evaluated for physical parameters and drug release by invitro dissolution studies. Dissolution studies showed fast release of olmesartan medoxomil in tablets containing a high level of crosscarmellose sodium. Complexation of olmesartan medoxomil with carriers significantly improved the solubility of the drug and improved the mechanical properties of tablets produced by direct compression.
EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATION ON PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CADMIUM SULPHIDE NANOPARTICLES published in

Ewemen Journal of Chemical Kinetics (EJCK)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
YIASE S.G., EGBUNU A.I., IORUNGWA M.S. Cadmium sulphide nanoparticles were synthesized at room temperature via wet chemical precipitation method using cadmium chloride and sodium sulphide with methanol as capping agent and the effect of concentration on the absorption peaks was studied. The microstructure and morphology of the synthesized CdS nanoparticles were characterized by x-ray diffraction analysis. XRD pattern reveals that the synthesized CdS nanoparticles exhibit both sphaleritte and wurtzite phases. The size of the particles calculated by Debye Scherrer formula according to XRD spectral was found to be about 4.44 to 40.24 nm. X-Ray peak broadening analysis was used to calculate the crystalline size and lattice strain by the Williamson –Hall (W-H) plot. The optical properties of the sample were studied by UV-visible spectroscopy. The existence of blue shift in UV-Visible spectroscopy revealed the quantum confinement effect of CdS nanoparticle. Wet chemical method using methanol as capping agent could be a more suitable method of preparation CdS nanoparticles, which may provide a suitable alternative for use in semiconductor devices. Keywords; CdS nanoparticles, X-ray diffraction, optical properties, quantum confinement, UV-Visible spectral.
Effect of different level of water, N and K application through drip irrigation on growth and yield of guava published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PANKAJ BARUA The present experiment was conducted to study the effect of different levels of water, N and K application through drip irrigation on growth and yield of two varieties of Guava namely L-49 and Allahabad Safeda . The results indicated that the different levels of water , N and K application through drip irrigation significantly influenced growth and yield of both L-49 and Allahabad Safeda variety. L-49 variety recorded significantly better plant canopy and Allahabad Safeda recorded significantly better plant girth increment and yield. Among the different water application treatments 100% of evaporative replenishment induced better plant girth increment and yield in both the varieties. N and K fertilizer was applied through drip irrigation and 120% of recommended dose N and K application resulted in maximum plant canopy increment, plant girth increment and yield in both the varieties. Water application at level of 100% of evaporative replenishment and 120 % of recommend dose N and K fertilizer applied through drip irrigation appeared to be the best combination as it induced highest plant girth increment (3.34 cm), highest fruit yield (41.61 kg plant-1) and highest fruit size (216.34 g).
A Survey On Online Corporate Job Recruiting Process Using Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs. S. Shanmugapriya | Mr. Manikandan | S. Karpaga Meenakshi This project Online Corporate Job Recruiting process is an online website in which jobseekers can register themselves in online and apply for job. The HR of the companies as well as the employees working in the companies can also register in this website. Online corporate job recruiting process provides online help to the users all over the world. This website also make it possible for recruiters and companies to post their staffing requirements and view profiles of interested candidates. Not only the companies, but also the employees those who are working in the corporate companies can also host the details about the recruitment process that takes place in their companies. This project is aimed at developing a web-based and central recruitment Process system for the HR Group for a company. After registering in this website the candidates will get a pop-up notification about the recruitments. The additional characteristics of this project is that if a seeking job candidate registered in this website and if their college name is similarly equal to the college name of the registered employees, then they will get a mail immediately by saying that your college mate is seeking job kindly help them. So by this the job seekers can easily get a job. Mrs. S. Shanmugapriya | Mr. Manikandan | S. Karpaga Meenakshi "A Survey On Online Corporate Job Recruiting Process Using Cloud Computing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | Active Galaxy , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14561.pdf
PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING (PGP) ACTIVITY OF ACTINOMYCETES ISOLATED FROM THE RHIZOSPHERE OF CAPSICUM ANNUUM L. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashokvardhan. T*, Rajithasri. A. B, Poorna chander rao. M and Satya prasad. K A total 72 actinomycetes strains were isolated from 17 rhizosphere soils of Capsicum annuum L. of Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar and Mahabubnagar, Telangana, India. Actinomycetes were isolated on chitin medium by serial dilution plate method. Among the 72 actinomycetes, 25 were screened for Plant Growth Promoting traits (PGP) viz., indole acetic acid production, ammonia production, phosphate solubilization and hydrogen cyanide production. These 25 strains showed IAA and ammonia production, 11 strains showed phosphate solubilization and no strain showed HCN production. Only 4 strains (OUA8, OUA17, OUA18 and OUA27) were tested and showed siderophore production and biochemical activity.
Article 19(A) Freedom of Speech and Expression published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Surbhi Suryavanshi Speech is God' gift to mankind .Freedom of expression and speech is fundamental rights playing vital role in exercising and protecting others rights. Freedom of speech and expression means the right to express individuals own convictions and opinions freely by words of mouth, writing, pictures, or any other modebasically freedom of expression and speech means right is regarded as the first condition of liberty .It is truly said that about the freedom of speech and expression that it is a mother of all other liberties. However, freedom of expression can be abused in certain situations and it transfers into a completely opposite phenomenon. Certain individuals and groups can express ideas on superiority of a certain race, religion or nation, with the intention to humiliate all those not belonging to "žtheir" group, as well as to incite to exile, isolation and even genocide. In such cases, freedom of expression is interpreted too broadly and transfers into a hate speech. These phenomena highlight the discussion on freedom of expression, its limitations and abuse of this freedom. "The transition we are in and the situation with the media, including the poor "word" culture, is fertile ground for such public dissemination or fuelling of hatred, without any sense of responsibility for the uttered word, which becomes the main generator of the social climate of intolerance and prejudice on national, ethnic and other grounds, which is emerging as a general psychological framework for expansion of all forms of hate crimes- from physical to verbal and psychological violence: " Surbhi Suryavanshi"Article 19(A) Freedom of Speech and Expression" 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/ijtsrd17131.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17131/article-19a-freedom-of-speech-and-expression/surbhi-suryavanshi
Simple Exponential Observer Design for the Generalized Liu Chaotic System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Yeong-Jeu Sun In this paper, the generalized Liu chaotic system is firstly introduced and the state observation problem of such a system is investigated. Based on the time-domain approach with differential and integral equalities, a novel state observer for the generalized Liu chaotic system is constructed to ensure the global exponential stability of the resulting error system. Besides, the guaranteed exponential convergence rate can be precisely calculated. Finally, numerical simulations are presented to exhibit the effectiveness and feasibility of the obtained results. Yeong-Jeu Sun"Simple Exponential Observer Design for the Generalized Liu Chaotic System" 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/ijtsrd7126.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/engineering-maths/7126/simple-exponential-observer-design-for-the-generalized-liu-chaotic-system/yeong-jeu-sun
SECURED PASSWORD MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUE USING ONE-TIME PASSWORD PROTOCOL IN SMARTPHONE published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
R.Selva Bhuvaneshwari, P.Anuja? Graphical passwords and text passwords are most widely used primary user authentication for all websites due to its convenience and simplicity. These kinds of passwords are static in nature and hence it is easy for the attackers to hack using malicious programs and threats. The security drawbacks of the existing methods are phishing, keyloggers, malware, sniffing, spoofing, surfing and guessing. These problems can be overcome by using OTP protocol which is dynamic and also it greatly avoids man-in-the-middle attack, password reuse and password stealing attacks. The proposed method requires a long-term password for login and must be remembered. Finally, OTP is generated using MD5 algorithm. The authentication system is suggested for Android smart phones.
PHYTOSOCIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON TEPHROSIA PURPUREA L. IN VINDHYA REGION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rashmi Arnold, *Seema Tiwari and R. M. Mishra Ecological studies determines the influence of environment on the life of plants and crops community. The structure of a community is formed with the continuous interaction of climatic, edaphic and biotic factors. A competition among the different species as well as the same species also affects greatly the structure of the community. Thus during the course of present investigation only the qualitative characters viz. Frequency, Density, Dominance and Importance Value Index has calculated to assess the structure of the community in which the plant Tephrosia purpurea L. flourishes. 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.
Partial Replacement of Sodium Bentonite and Polymer Balls in Cement Mortar published in

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M. Achyutha Kumar Reddy, G. Nithin Kumar Reddy, B. Rajkumar Singh In concrete the price of cement is higher than other raw materials . The population is keep on increasing but raw materials for making of concrete is not increasing. Present population is enough to get the corresponding raw materials but, the availability of resources are actually reducing by great extent. This major problem can be solved by replacing the material to some extent with the advanced or by making the properties alterations to the conventional concrete. The one such method is making the concrete to increase its volume for the same amount of raw materials. Therefore we get 1.5 times additional output than conventional method. The present study deals with the collection of data regarding the topic and research. The resultant acquired from this experiment increases its volume from 1.5 to 2 times of conventional concrete during mixing, before its initial setting time and reaches a stable state which provides corresponding applications. When the betonite clay is add with cement the it tend to increase that volume to 1.5 times than conventional method. If polymer balls and sodium bentonite clay mixture add with cement the percentage is highly increasing than conventional methods. Several experimental samples are being prepared by adding different proportions to cement in varying proportions and drawn respective conclusions.
THE FORMATION OF BUDGET IN CONDITIONS OF ECONOMIC REFORMS 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�
Gusarevich Natalia The subject of research are theoretical and practical issues on formation of budget revenues in conditions of economic reforms. The aim of the study is to reveal the methodological and practical provisions for the establishment and development of the system of formation of budget revenues in conditions of economic reforms. The methods of research. The paper applies a set of scientific methods and approaches, including comparison, analysis, theoretical synthesis, systemic and structural methods, which allows to implement conceptual unity of the study. Results of work. The methodological and practical principles of formation of budget revenues of Ukraine in conditions of economic reforms. Investigated the structure of budget revenues of the consolidated budget of Ukraine. The features of formation and development of the national system of budgetary management in economic development. Scope of results. Organization and conducting scientific research in the process of development of the main directions of implementation of budget policy in the system of budget revenues. Conclusions. The revenue budget is an important tool to ensure socio-economic development of the country. The economic essence of revenues disclosed as an aggregate of financial relations in the process of accumulation of share of gross domestic product to centralized funds under the influence of measures of state regulation. The formation of budget revenues performs storage and distribution-regulatory functions, along with the implementation of fundamental financial and social principles. The system of formation of incomes of the budget should be balanced in the medium and long term, especially debt of business entities regarding taxes and levies, the level of implementation planned budget targets. In terms of economic reforms, it is advisable to improve the institutional environment and financial instruments planning and forecasting budget revenues. What is required is the rethinking of the essence of the system of formation of budget revenues in the process of stimulation of economic processes, improving the theoretical and methodological level on fiscal policy and taking into account domestic and foreign experience of development based on the identified features fiscal regulation appropriate fiscal policy, both as an influence tool, the other as the object of regulation in economic growth.
Studies on urban air pollution and its relation to epidermal Structure of ziziphus mauritiana in rewa city published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Riya Shrivastava and Arpana Mishra The present study was undertaken to evaluate the impact of urban air pollution (air pollutants SPM, RSPM, SO2 and NOX) on epidermal structure of Ziziphus mauritiana growing along the road sides in Rewa city. The monitored values of SPM, RSPM, SO2 and NOX at the sampling sites clearly illustrates that the ambient air of Rewa city is primarily deteriorated by particulate matters (SPM, RSPM) and least by gaseous pollutants (SO2, NOx). The light microscopic studies of Ziziphus mauritiana leaves exposed to urban air pollution showed marked alterations in the micro-morphological parameters. Increase in the number of epidermal cells and decrease in number of per unit area stomata number, length and width of epidermal and stomatal guard cells, stomatal frequency and stomatal index on both dorsal and ventral surface of leaves of polluted sites in comparison to those of control site was observed.These changes in epidermal traits could be an indicator of environmental stress caused due to urban air pollution.
Study on Perception of Employees Towards Implementation of Competency Mapping in Their Organisation published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Karuna Nayak A Research was conducted to study the perception of employees towards the implementation of Competency Mapping. This study was carried out to gain an overall understanding and significance of implementation of Competency in various organisation. The reason was to focus whether implementation of Competency Mapping leads to organsation growth and success and to employees development. After collecting the data from the employees belonging to different organizations viz Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Finance, Advertising, IT, FMCG, and Retail it was observed that there is difference in the perception of the employees towards the implementation of competency mapping. Therefore certain suggestions and recommendations have been given as well as certain limitations of this study have also been taken into consideration.
Hematological Changes in Malaria: A Comparative Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Pallavi A Chaudhari, Dr Rahul J Chaudhari OBJECTIVES: The hematological changes usually associated with malaria are well known. This study was conducted to estimate and compare the predominance & severity of hematological changes in common types of malaria. METHODOLOGY: This observational study included 400 suspected malarial patients attended in Out Patient Department (OPD) and In Patient Department (IPD) of civil hospital Rajkot during April 2011 to March 2013. The diagnosis of malaria was confirmed by thick and thin film stained with Leishmans staining for malaria parasite and Antigen test (i.e. HRP2). Complet Blood Counts (CBCs) were performed using an automated SYSMEX machine. RESULTS: Among the samples of consenting participants tested, 70% of the patient had thrombocytopenia, 94% anemia, 12% lymphopenia and 17% monocytosis. The incidence of thrombocytopenia was slightly more in P. Falciparum (58.69%) than P. Vivax (30.18%) cases, p value > 0.05, whereas there was no significant difference in the incidence of anemia in two groups (34.68% vs 33.82%) with p value > 0.05. However, lymphopenia was observed in 33.33% cases of P. Vivax as compared to 11.11% in P.Falciparum cases, p value < 0.04. Eosinophilia was 12.16% CONCLUSIONS: P.Falciparum as well as P.Vivax can cause significant hematological changes with high incidence of thromboctopenia, anemia, lymphopenia and monocytosis
Predict of Football Playing Ability on Selected Skill Related Variables and Motor Fitness Variables oOf School Level Male Football Players published in

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Mr. M.NEPOLION, Dr.USHA RANI We examined the predict of football playing ability on selected skill related variables and motor fitness variables of school level male football players. Various football teams participated in the Inter School Football Tournament (Zonal Level). One hundred and twenty school male football players from ten schools (n = 120) were selected. The study was formulated as a survey method design. The age of the subjects were ranged between 16 and 18 years. Motor fitness variables such as, agility, power and coordination and the skill related variables such as, dribbling, passing and shooting ability were selected variables for this study. Based on the results of the study the correlation between agility and power, coordination, dribbling, passing and shooting was high.
The defect states in the photonic crystal introduce additional modes in the photonic band gap published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Brijesh. N. Chawda Introducing a defect layer in photonic crystals lead to additional mode of propagation in the photonic band gap. It can be seen that there is a sharp transmission peak in the gap. The transmission peak is caused by the defect state and when the order of the defect layer increases, additional modes occurs in photonic band gap.
Identity Management System to Ensure Cloud Security? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
F. Longo*, A. Teuwa1, S. Kouam Fogue, M. Spiteller and L.S. Etoundi Ngoa Self-medication often leads to poisoning the body, especially the liver. Canna indica is a Cannaceae empirically used to treat various types of hepatitis in Cameroon. Liver toxicity was observed four hours after oral administration of a single dose of Acetaminophen (APAP) 400mg.kg-1. Effects of the aqueous extract of the rhizomes at doses 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128mg.kg-1 bw, and that of the antidote N-acetylcystein [Mucomyst] were evaluated in male rats, pre-treated with APAP. Results showed that Canna indica failed to increase rats body weight (P>0.05), normalised rats behaviour (aggression and sensitivity to touch and noise), and provoked a decrease (P<0.001) of the relative liver weight. Canna indica also modelized, at all doses, the liver damages caused by inflammation, through a stimulation of hepatocyte regeneration and a healing of inflamed areas. Its antioxidant effect was revealed by a lower plasma activity of alanine aminotransferase transaminase. The dose 8mg.kg-1 and 16mg.kg-1 showed the most effective activity. The presence of flavonoids and fatty acids, revealed by phytochemical analysis and two bioactive molecules: Carotol and 9-Cedranone (Cedran-9-one) using high performance liquid chromatography, known to posses anti-inflammatory activities, confirms the anti-inflammatory properties of Canna indica. Canna indica at doses comprises between 8 and 16mg.kg-1 bw could be strongly recommended.
THE RAPID SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL SCHIFF-BASE WITHOUT SOLVENT UNDER MICROWAVE IRRADIATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. P. Vyas* A microwave-assisted preparation of a series of Schiff-base via efficient condensation of 2-Amino 4,6-dimethoxy pyrimidine and arayl aldehyde without solvent is described in high yield as well as environmental friendship reaction in organic synthesis.
A REVIEW ON BRTS EVALUATION BY FUZZY AHP published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pallavi Pal*1, Sunil Sugandhi2 & Vinay Deulkar Urban transportation is one of the principal and significant elements of urban system that supplies the accessibility of citizens to different requirements. Growth of population in large cities and transportation growth have been caused many environmental problems. So, public transportation specifically Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is suitable solution for solving these problems. Public Transport System in most Indian cities is rapidly deteriorating because of the increasing travel demand and inefficient transportation system. Due to inefficient public transport system in India various problems like Accidents, Environmental degradation, Congestion, and Overcrowding have increased. Some studies conducted on BRTS mainly concentrated on particular corridors which raise challenge to safety of traffic.
MERMER ATIĞI İLAVESİ İLE MAT SIR BİLEŞİMLERİNİN ÜRETİMİ published in

Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi Mühendislik ve Mimarlık Fakültesi Dergisi

Published by Eskişehir Osmangazi University
Selvin YEŞİLAY Mermerin tüm dünyadaki yaygın kullanımıyla birlikte, mermer madenciliği ve üretilen atık miktarı da artmıştır. Bu çalışmada, yerel bir mermer işletmesinden alınan mermer tozları farklı oranlarda standart mat sır kompozisyonunda kullanılmış ve etkileri incelenmiştir. Mermer atıklarının sır yapısının özelliklerine olan etkileri; mikroyapıda meydana gelen değişiklikler ve faz oluşumları, ısıl davranış, renk parametreleri ve sır yüzeylerinin parlaklığı bakımından araştırılmıştır. Hazırlanan sır reçetelerine renk üzerindeki etkilerini incelemek amacı ile bakır oksit (CuO) ilave edilmiştir. Renklendirici oksit kullanılmadan hazırlanan reçetelerde % 20’nin üzerinde mermer atığı içeren sırlarda beyazlık değeri bir miktar artmıştır. Atık miktarı arttıkça, sır yüzeyinde metalik görüntü ve daha derin bir doku oluşmuştur. Çalışmanın son aşamasında üretilen sırlar seramik formlara uygulanmıştır.
Effects of cropping sequence and weed management on density and vertical distribution of weed seeds in alluvial soil published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
P. ADHIKARY AND R. K. GHOSH An important part of crop weed ecology is the weed seed bank as it is the most important source of annual weeds in cropping systems are establishing each year from seeds and therefore represents a significant point in the weed life cycle for control. Because of such germination-delaying factors as the dormancy-non dormancy continuum, seeds of annual species can persist in soil for years, resulting in a reservoir of viable seeds of various ages from which future generations develop (Albrechta and Auerswald, 2009). Understanding the dynamics of weed seed banks is an essential first step in improving weed management plans. By understanding how long seeds remain viable in the seed bank and how those seeds are related to the aboveground weed community, a producer could tailor weed management programs to increase efficiency and efficacy. A package of practice of crop cultivation is to manage weeds toward lowering their total numbers and the numbers of seeds deposited in the soil seed bank (Lamour and Lambertus, 2007). Management practices also alter distribution of weed seeds vertically within the soil profile (Buhler, 1995), which can affect loss of seeds from the seed bank by influencing seed germination, decay, and herbivory. Weed management practices such as hand weeding, mechanical weeding (wheel hoeing), herbicides use and inter row cultivation influencing weed seed density and distribution in the crop field.
Neural Leprosy: A case report published in

Journal of General-Procedural Dermatology & Venereology Indonesia

Published by Universitas Indonesia
Alida Widiawaty, Emmy Soedarmi Sjamsoe-Daili, Taruli Olivia, Sri Linuwih Menaldi, Melani Marissa, Fitri Octaviana Neural leprosy is characterized by neurological deficit without skin lesions, with a prevalence ranging from 1% to 17.7%. Diagnosis might be difficult and need a multidisciplinary approach. This is a case of axonal type motor and sensory polyradiculoneuropathy of the peripheral facial nerve. A 26-year-old woman was referred from the neurology clinic with facial paralysis, suspected as leprosy. Physical examinations were as follows: no skin lesions, left eye lagophthalmos, thickening of right lateral peroneal and bilateral posterior tibial nerves, sensory impairment, peripheral bilateral facial palsy, and wasting of bilateral distal small muscles of the hands, with normal autonomic function. Nerve Conduction Study revealed multiple demyelinating mononeuropathy of upper and lower extremities. Her serum anti-PGL-1 IgM level was 1721 μ/mL, but after three months of treatment with MDT-PB regimen, it increased to 2815μ/mL. Therefore, the treatment was switched to MDT-MB regimen and 30 mg prednisone. The patient is still undergoing treatment. There has been a slight improvement after treatment with MDT-MB regimen. Nerve biopsy is the gold standard for diagnosis but has its limitations. However, serological test of anti PGL-1 can be a marker and a useful tool as an additional test to confirm the diagnosis, especially for patients with nerve impairments. Difficulties are due to the absence of skin lesions and neuropathy which may be caused by other diseases. Both diagnosis and treatment require multidisciplinary approach. Treatment given is intended to correct nerve damage and prevent further disabilities.
Green Entrepreneurship published in

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Ms.SARBJEET KAUR Green entrepreneurship is a modern concept of business activity which corresponds to the needs of firms for profitability and development, taking into account also the environmental dimension.Green entrepreneurship or eco-entrepreneurship (ecopreneurship) has almost similar meaning and can be used interchangeably. Ecopreneurship was an apt answer to market breakdown in dealing with negative environmental impact created by the industries (Pastakia, 1998). Many researchers have addressed to this issue since the last decades and Schaper (2002) also believed that the transition of sustainable development will need huge numbers of ecopreneurs.
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF RIGID FLANGE COUPLING BY FINITE ELEMENT METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Praveen Kumar Sonwane, Asst. Prof. Prateek Yadav A coupling is a device which is used to connect two shafts for power transmission. A shaft coupling consist a rigid or flexible joint. Rigid joint holds both the shaft with perfectly alignment whereas flexible joint allows angular displacement between the shaft axis. This project shows the structural analysis of flange coupling by using ANSYS software version 16. For this analysis a theoretical solution is taken from “DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS by VB BHANDARI” 3rd edition page no 366.
An Analysis of User Satisfaction of K Universitys Library Service published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

Published by International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
Younghee Noh, Min-Ju Choi, Yong-Wog Choi, Sin-Won Jeong, Eun-Ji Jung, Mi-So Kang, Jin-Young Kim, Kyung-Won Lee, Sung-Jae Lee, Seon-Hye Oh, So-Yeon Park, Sung-Chul Shin, Da-Jeong Suh This study purposed to discover whether or not academic libraries reflect these changing roles. We selected K University as the research target and surveyed user satisfaction of materials, staff services, facilities, electronic devices, media, and so on. The research findings are as follows: 1) the frequency of library visits of University K was on the high side, 2) the primary purpose of using the academic library was associated with learning or reading, therefore, the most used library spaces were related to that, 3) the most used library materials were general books, the most unused were reference books, 4) the most preferred way to obtain needed materials when failing to find wanted materials was Contact librarian. A similar phenomenon occurred in terms of facility use, 5) university Ks users were usually satisfied with the loan policy, 6) the rate of users who don't know whether there is user education was very high, the rate of users who have no experience with user education was extremely low. These research findings can be referenced by library management to improve libraries service quality and take advantage of complex spatial configurations.
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WEIGHT BASED OBJECT SORTING SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhinav Vashistha*1, Pankaj Chauhan2 & Vishal Raghav3 New high-speed technology and the advent of increasing computer capability provided real opportunities for new robot controls and new approaches to control principles. With the need of high-performance robots, this technological improvement has created faster, more accurate and more intelligent robots using new robot control devices, new drivers and advanced control algorithms. This project describes the new economic solution of robotic control systems. Automation has created a big publicity in electronics. The main reason for this promotion is to provide more benefits like automation, accuracy, energy conversation, reliability and more and more automated systems, no human attention is required. The demands of an automatic device design require one of the above requirements. The energy conversation in the present scenario is very important and should be done to the maximum extent where it is possible. The main purpose of this paper is to design an automated content management system. It synchronizes the movement of the robot box to select and uses the load cell on the conveyor belt to move the objects after sorting them based on their weight. Thus to eliminate the monotonous work done by the human, to achieve accuracy and speed in the work. To measure the weight of items placed on the conveyor belt, the system includes a load cell device
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF SIMULTANEOUS ANALYSIS OF OLMESARTAN MEDOXOMIL AND HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE BY UV AND HPLC, THEIR CROSS VALIDATION. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kuldeep Singh, Anirbandeep Bose*, Gurubasavaraja Swamy PM and Divakar Goli Objective: Development of UV and HPLC method for simultaneous estimation of Olmesartan Medoxomil (OLM) and Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) and validation of developed method. UV method development was done by Q-Absorbance ratio method using methanol as solvent. The main reason behind the concern of this analysis is its cost effectiveness, due to high cost of analytical reagent mainly HPLC GRADE solvent. Sometimes companies cannot afford to provide drugs at lower cost. In literature survey analysis of many antihypertensive combination drugs are analyzed by HPLC and UV. Most of the studies are not well validated and not cross validated by other methodology. Method: Absorption maxima method based on the measurement of absorbance at 225nm. Results: method obey Beer- Lamberts law in concentration range of 2-10?g/ml for HCTZ and 2-20 ?g/ml for OLM. Methods were validated as per ICH guidelines in terms of accuracy, linearity and precision. Conclusion: The proposed methods found to be simple, accurate, precise, reproducible, economic and suitable for routine quality control analysis. Gradient mobile phase system was used for estimation of drug contents .Mobile phase A contained the mixture of Acetonitrile and Methanol (1:1) and Mobile phase B 15 mM Phosphate buffer (pH adjusted to 3.0 with orthophosphoric acid) in the ratio of 50:50. Chromatographic separation was carried out at the mobile phase flow rate of 1.0 ml/min using C18. Results: The linearity of developed method was tested in the range of 4-25 ?g/mL for Hydrochlorothiazide, 12-25 ?g/ml for Olmesartan Medoxomil, 2-10 ?g/Ml for HCTZ,2-20 ?g/ml for OLM by HPLC and UV respectively. The % recovery was found to be 99.79-99.83 % (HCTZ), 102% (OLM), and 99.69-99.70 %( HCTZ), 99.89-99.93 %( OLM) by UV and HPLC respectively. The assay of marketed formulation was found to be 102% (HCTZ) and 96% (OLM). Phenomenax inplace of Enable (250 4.6 mm) 5 ?m column and detection was made at 257 nm. Conclusion: A simple, precise and accurate UV, RP-HPLC method was developed for determination of Hydrochlorothiazide, Olmesartan Medoxomil.
A Method for Cell Culture and Rna Extraction of Rabbit Bone Marrow Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
RemyaV, Naveen Kumar, Kutty M.V.H Stem cells biology bagged a paramount portion of research studies of last decade. The most investigated adult stem cells were mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Bone marrow stroma represents the major source of MSCs. Bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are self-renewing and are potent in differentiating into multiple cells and tissues. The objective of study was to develop a protocol for efficient collection, isolation, culture and purification of the MSCs from bone marrow of rabbit and to standardize a protocol RNA extraction from this isolated cell line.
Automatic Sleep Stages Detection Based on EEG Signals Using Combination of Classifiers published in

Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering Innovations

Published by Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
R. Kianzad1,* and H. Montazery Kordy1 Sleep stages classification is one of the most important methods for diagnosis in psychiatry and neurology. In this paper, a combination of three kinds of classifiers are proposed which classify the EEG signal into five sleep stages including Awake, N-REM (non-rapid eye movement) stage 1, N-REM stage 2, N-REM stage 3 and 4 (also called Slow Wave Sleep), and REM. Twenty-five all night recordings from Physionet database are used in this study. EEG signals were decomposed into the frequency sub-bands using wavelet packet tree (WPT) and a set of statistical features was extracted from the sub-bands to represent the distribution of wavelet coefficients. Then, these statistical features are used as the input to three different classifiers: (1) Logistic Linear classifier, (2) Gaussian classifier and (3) Radial Basis Function classifier. As the results show, each classifier has its own characteristics. It detects particular stages with high accuracy but, on the other hand, it has not enough success to detect the others. To overcome this problem, we tried the majority vote combination method to combine the outputs of these base classifiers to have a rather good success in detecting all sleep stages. The highest classification accuracy is obtained for Slow Wave Sleep as 81.68% in addition to the lowest classification accuracy of 43.68% for N-REM stage 1. The overall accuracy is 70%.
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TEACHING-LEARNING WITH ICT AT PRIMARY LEVEL published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Pratik Upadhyaya
Direct Cash Transfer to Resolve the Crisis of Income Inequality published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kshitij Naikade Income refers to the monetary returns that a person gets in the form of wages, salaries, interest on savings etc. for some investment of work or for selling a product or rendering a service. Having a sizable sustainable income to take care of your daily needs and protecting your interests in the years to come is the most basic aspiration of every citizen in this world. Income Inequality is one of the worst social security problems the world is facing at this moment. According to the survey released by Forbes in 2017 , the top three richest individuals in terms of net wealth in the United States, namely Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett, now own more wealth than the entire bottom 50 percent of the American population combined, which is approximately 160 million people or 63 million households. The scenario in India is ever worse. According to the recently released study by Oxfam in 2017, the top 1% in India owns 73% of wealth. The same scenario was 1% of the richest earning 53% wealth in 2015 according to Credit Suisse. The popularity of the Occupy Wall Street Movement testifies to the fact the issue of income inequality finds support across borders, ideologies, political affiliations and internal socio political scenarios. If we dont reverse this trend now, wealth will keep accumulating in the hands of the fewer and fewer individuals, a trend which we have been witnessing through the decades. Without the basic availability of minimum credit, the income gap is bound to widen and wealth concentration is going to increase. Measures like the Microcredit revolution started by Grameen Bank under Mohammad Yunus and the direct cash transfer schemes are some attempts to relieve the world of the most important social security problem in from of mankind : Income Inequality. Governments around the world have tried to resolve the issue of low income people with ventures like income redistribution, subsidies, reservation etc. but have been skeptical about the DCT. The advantage of the DCT is that the rich will continue having a great share of the worlds wealth but will help lift several poor individuals from poverty. The paper discussed the viability of the direct cash transfer mechanism to effectively tackle the issue of income inequality. Kshitij Naikade"Direct Cash Transfer to Resolve the Crisis of Income Inequality" 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/ijtsrd14344.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/political-science/14344/direct-cash-transfer-to-resolve-the-crisis-of-income-inequality/kshitij-naikade
Effect of micronutrient, growth regulators and bio-fertilizers on biochemical composition of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Langra published in

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

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Smita Asthana1, D. Sirisha2 and N. Gandhi2 The presences of heavy metals in the soil sediments are analyzed with respect to the pb. Lead in the soil sediments results mainly from the dry and wet deposition of atmospheric pb, particularly close to emission sources. The soil samples collected from the Mettuguda traffic signal area, Sitafalmandi signal area, parking area of Sitafalmandi and near railway tract of Sitafalmandi uppal and Tarnaka. The sampling areas of traffic signals were those along major through fare within the city have high traffic density and the regular routes of cars, buses, trucks, cycles, passage jeep and other motorized vehicles.
Combining Hashing Techniques in Image Authentication system:A Survey published in

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K. Alice, N. Ramaraj In content based image authentication system the image hash is generated by extracting image features that holds the content of the image using transform coefficients, Edges, Statistical methods, Local and Global descriptors, Histogram etc. Many authentication systems employ any one of the feature extraction methods to generate an image hash. Recently most authentication system uses a combination of two or more feature extraction methods, to extract the content of image and then to generate an image hash. This is done to fully exploit the advantage of two or more methods over just a single method. In this paper a survey on most recent work in the area of content based image authentication that uses two or more feature extraction techniques and a performance analysis on each of the system based on the requirement of an authentication system is given.
Histopathological patterns of Ovarian Tumors published in

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Dr.Nital Panchal,Dr.Urvi Parikh Introduction: Ovarian Tumors (OT) account for fifth most common cause of cancer related death in females. It accounts for 6% of all cancers. Though it is one of the treatable cancers due to its sensitivity to anticancer therapies, it frequently does not result in symptoms until the cancer has spread extensively. Objectives: To study the incidence, histopathological spectrum and clinical correlates of OT at tertiary care teaching hospital. Methods: A study was undertaken during a period of one year (1st Jan 2013 - 31st Dec 2013). The tumors were classified according to WHO classification after thorough examination of H&E slides. Data on clinical presentation were recorded in each case. Results: There were a total of 83 cases. Surface Epithelial Tumors (SET) emerged as the commonest variety accounting for 47%, followed by Germ Cell Tumors (GCT) (45.8%).Sex Cord Stromal Tumors (SCST) and metastatic tumors accounted 3.6% each. The age range was 10- 86 years. Metastatic tumors involved younger age groups. Abdominal mass was the commonest clinical presentation followed by pain in abdomen. Conclusion: OT were found to occur in wide range of age (10-86 years) with abdominal mass and pain abdominal pain being the commonest clinical presentation. SET and GCT together constitute the majority of the case (92.8%). An accurate histological diagnosis and staging is therapeutically and prognostically important. Keywords: Surface epithelial tumors, Germ cell tumors, Sex-cord stromal cell tumors, Borderline tumor.
A Survey on Learning Obstacles of Adult Learners Pursuing Equivalency Programme in Malappuram District (Kerala) published in

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REVISITING THE PHILOSOPHICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Jordan Tovera Salvador Various researchers employing either qualitative or quantitative researches should better understand the different competing research paradigms and its philosophical underpinnings in relation to ontology, epistemology, methodology and even the methods in collecting and analyzing data to produce an excellent research. Moreover, this paper uncovers the distinctive philosophical keystones of each competing paradigms of qualitative research: scientific, interpretive, and critical theory. In qualitative research, realities are multiple in nature and subjective; dissimilar to quantitative research there is only one objective reality.The qualitative researcher should be able to breach the objective separateness or distance between him and the participants to enter their subjective world for only then the researcher can fully well understand the experience of the phenomenon from the perspectives of the participants (emic perspective) and not according to his viewpoint (etic perspective). Thus, this article would help researchers to fully understand the nature, components, and uniqueness of each competing paradigms of qualitative research.
To Establish The Gender Wise Reference Values for Occipital Condyles Using 3D Computer Tomography Images in Young Adults published in

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Nilon Lobo, Sushil Yadav, Rahul P. Kotian Background: occipital condyles are used of gender discrimination in forensic anthropology and forensic medicine cases because it is one of the most preserved part in a skeletal system after death. Aim: To establish the gender wise reference values for occipital condyles using 3D computer tomography images in young adults. Materials and Methods:Sampling was done by convenience sampling method considering inclusion and exclusion criteria and a sample of 204 was taken with 102 males&102 Female and length and width of occipital condyles were measured and statically analyzed. Result: the male condylar dimensions were grater and length of right occipital condyles were statically significant. Conclusion:occipital condyles showed the average performance in discriminating gender. Condyles can be used for gender discrimination in case of no other morphological indicator available.
The Sine-Cosine Wavelet and Its Application in the Optimal Control of Nonlinear Systems with Constraint published in

Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering Innovations

Published by Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
R. Hajmohammadi1, H. NasiriSoloklo2,*, and M.M. Farsangi3 In this paper, an optimal control of quadratic performance index with nonlinear constrained is presented. The sine-cosine wavelet operational matrix of integration and product matrix are introduced and applied to reduce nonlinear differential equations to the nonlinear algebraic equations. Then, the Newton-Raphson method is used for solving these sets of algebraic equations. To present ability of the proposed method, two classes, first order system and second order system, are considered. The obtained results show that the proposed method offers improved performance
Sustainable Tourism Development and Hotel Industry in Manali: An Exploratory study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Vivek Sustainable tourism development has attracted the attention of both tourism theorists and practitioners. In fact, tourism developmental issues and challenges have become a pivotal aspect of all strategic policy implementation of all tourism stakeholders.Hoteliers play a central role in the tourism development especially sustainable industry. It is feared that present pace of unprecedented growth of hospitality industry has been by and large unfriendly to environment. Therefore, it is likely to cause physical and biological stability of the future generation. The wave of sustainable development arises to safeguard the present pace of development and future generation.It motives to conserve the resources and increase the value of local culture and tradition. Sustainable tourism is a responsible tourism intending to generate employment and income along with alleviating any deeper impact on environment and local culture. The main objective of this research paper is to examine the contribution of hoteliers in promotion of sustainable tourism in Manali. Thus, the findings reveal that hotel sector has scope to prepare, develop and market sustainable products and services that promote environmental awareness among the visitors.
MOLECULAR DESCRIPTORS AND BIOACTIVITY SCORES OF 6- SUBSTITUTED BENZIMIDAZOLE-2-CARBAMATES AS POTENTIAL ANTICANCER AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Malathi Raghunath*, Anoop Singh and C.L. Viswanathan A set of 6-substituted benzimidazole-2-carbamates were synthesized and tested for their in vitro antitumor activity on four human cancer cell lines such as A549 (lung), COLO 205 (colon), SK-MEL-2 (melanoma) and JURKAT (leukemia). Significant antitumor activity was obtained for these compounds in in vitro cytotoxicity assays. Therefore these compounds were taken for determination of their molecular properties and prediction of bioactivity to assess the drug likeness and oral bioavailability based on Lipinskis rule of five. The software used for analyzing various molecular descriptors based on chemical structure of 6-substituted benzimidazole-2-carbamates was Molinspiration cheminformatics software accessed online and Chemdraw ultra software v 7.0. All compounds met the criteria for Lipinskis rule with respect to molecular weight, number of hydrogen bond donors, number of hydrogen bond acceptors and n-octanol water partition coefficient (C log P). Other molecular properties examined were molecular polar surface area (TPSA), number of rotatable bonds, number of atoms and molar refractivity. T was found to be below 2 for all compounds. The number of rotatable bonds was found to be < 10 and number of atoms in each molecule was found to be < 30. The predicted bioactivity scores of these compounds were found to be similar to other known anticancer agents such as nocodazole and imidazopyridazine carbamates. The data obtained can thus be useful in developing newer antitumor agents belonging to class of benzimidazole-2-carbamates.
Performance Analysis of a MFVCR Engine in SI Mode using Variable Loading Conditions published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
Thokchom Subhaschandra Singh, Nimo Singh Khundrakpam, Prerana Nashine, Tikendra Nath Verma and Moon Banerjee An analysis has been made on a multi fuel variable compression ratio internal combustion engine using gasoline as fuel. The performance characteristics of the engine usig CR8 with respect to variation in load have been performed. Five (5) different loading conditions such as No load, 2.5kg, 5.0kg, 7.5kg and 10.0 kg were taken for the study. The fuel consumption varies between 0.230 cm3/sec to 0.294 cm3/sec. The air consumed for the study has been found to range between 6.501 kg/hr to 15.6 kg/hr respectively. The exhaust gas has a temperature and pressure of 150°C and 1.034 bar respectively. The maximum heat release of 1107.55 Joules has been obtained from the 10.0kg loading condition.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: ECONOMIC GUIDE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik The article considers the features of economic development United Arab Emirate. Analyzes the role of fuel and energy complex. The estimation of investment attractiveness of the country
Reliable Control Strategy related to Hybrid Eenergy System for On-Grid Electrifi cation of Villages in Weak-Grid Environment published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Prashant Pandya and Ranjit Roy Method for on-grid electrification of villages. An improved control strategy is incorporated which enable the system to switch on in to grid and whenever required it can be set back to a micro grid. The studies are simulated in time-domain discrete mode using MATLAB TM /Simulink TM . Wind-fuel cell based hybrid energy system is tested with all possible control parameters and it is observed that the proposed control strategy is working satisfactorily.
ASPHALT AND HEAVY OIL RECOVERY FROM HAMZA AND WADI RAJIL AREA LOCATED IN THE AZRAQ REGION USING THERMAL OIL RECOVERY METHODS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mehaysen Ahmed Mahasneh* Exploratory drilling for upper cretaceous ( Cenomanian – Turonian ) crude oils in the wadi Rajil - Hamza area of the Azraq depression in the north east of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has confirmed the presence of large quantities of residual hydrocarbons (Asphalt and heavy oils )within three zones ,with limesto ne ,dolomite and sandstone .The estimates area 296520 acres (1200 km2) could possibly contains 5 billion barrels of original hydrocarbon in place. It should be noted here that the main purpose of this study has been the evaluation of the hydrocarbon pote ntial of the Ghareb and upper Amman formations .A suitable recovery technique is proposal a pilot project for in – situ combustion underground ,to reduce the viscosity of the residual hydrocarbons ,should prove to be an economically viable means of heavy o il and asphaltic extraction. The study of a pilot project of in - situ combustion to drill four wells around the first one having 207 ft .well spacing designing one of them up dip the injector, (the central) and one down dip .If the project proves to be profitable producing 151.61 bbl per day at least which means the recovery of capital expenditure in around 521.06 days (22 months ) and the recovery efficiency proves to be high ,the project could be expanded in the Azraq region area .The possible method was proposed for thermal recovery of this reservoir ,a dry Forward combustion and wet combustion underground project is preferred one or alternatively a combination of steam soaking and steam drive
Employment Related Skill Development and its Positive Impact in the Place of Origin An Empirical Study to Understand Migrant and Non Migrants Perception published in

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Dr. B. Chandra Mohan Patnaik, Dr. Ipseetasatpathy, Mr. Anirbanmandal The present study is focused on the skill development and its developmental impact in the migrants place of origin. It has been observed that people are moving from one place to other either because some basic facilities are not available or there is a lack of income generating opportunities. The objective of the paper is to understand the migrant as well as non migrants perception about possible employment related skill development and its developmental impact on place of origin which subsequently reduce the flow movement
AN OVERVIEW : HOW BIG DATA AND HADOOP CHANGES THE WORLD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Charanjeet Kaur*1& Sumanpreet Kaur2 Big data is a data or data sets so large or complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate and distributed databases are needed. Firms like Google, eBay, LinkedIn, and Face book were built around big data from the beginning. It is a collection of massive and complex data sets that include the huge quantities of data, social media analytics, data management capabilities, real time data etc. Challenges include sensor design, capture, data curation, sharing, storage, analysis, visualization, information privacy etc. Big data refers to datasets high in variety and velocity, so that very difficult to handle using traditional tools and techniques. The process of research into massive data to reveal secret correlations named as big data analytics. Big Data is a data whose complexity requires new techniques, algorithms, and analytics to manage it and extract value and hidden knowledge from it. We need a different platform named Hadoop as the core platform for structuring Big Data, and solve the problem of making it useful for analytics purposes
Wind Power: A Renewable Alternative Source of Green Energy published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
A. K. Azad and Manabandra Saha In the study, the statistical analysis of wind speed data has been carried out for different locations of Bangladesh over the period of ten years from 1998 to 2007. The hourly measured wind speed data above 30 m height has been collected from Bangladesh meteorological department and sorted in sequence of appropriate frequency like hourly, daily, monthly and annually. The data has been fitted for Weibulls distribution and determined two important parameters like Weibulls shape factor and Weibulls scale factor by three methods and compared to each other. The theoretical available power in Watt/m2 has been determined for the prospective wind sites. It also determined the practically extractable Power by wind turbine in Watt/m2. Finally, it has been found that the available power in the wind can be used for lifting water for irrigation purpose in the dry season.
An Observational Study of Clinical Pattern Ofnsaidsinduced Adverse Cutaneous Drug Reactions. published in

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Dr. Vimmi Agrawal, Dr. S. P. Pandey, Dr. Usha Gupta Adverse cutaneous drug reactions (ACDRs) are caused by a wide variety of agents. NSAIDs are one of the commonest drug groups to cause ACDRs and clinical pattern of cutaneous ADR changing every year. Aims: Our objective was to evaluate the clinical pattern of NSAIDs induced ACDRs in the tertiary health care center. Methods: fifty five patients with adverse cutaneous drug reactions were recruited for this study during 2013-2014. Results: The Most of ACDRs belonged to the age group of 21-30 years (27.27%) with male predominance. The most common eruptions observed were maculopapular rash (34.28%) followed by Erythema multiforme and SJS/TEN (17.17%) & fixed drug eruption (14.28%). Conclusion: The pattern of ACDRs And the drugs causing them is remarkably different in our population. Knowledge of these drug eruptions, the causative drugs and the prognostic indicators is essential for the clinician
Comparison of safety and efficacy of Oral Terbinafine with Amphotericin B gel and Sertaconazole cream for the treatment of Tinea Corporis and its effect on quality of life of patients published in

International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Sumedha Sirohi, Sumit Bhutani, Cherry Cheema, Gurleen Kaur, S P Singh and Prithpal S Matreja* Background: Tinea Corporis is a superfi cial fungal infection affecting 20-25% of the world’s population. Management involves using topical and oral antifungal drugs. Terbinafi ne has been used commonly for the treatment of tinea corporis to prevent the emergence of resistance combination of drugs is used. Hence, this study was designed to compare the safety and effi cacy of Sertaconazole and Amphotericin B when either is used with oral Terbinafi ne.
ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE MITIGATES ADVERSE EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS ON EMPLOYEES TURNOVER INTENTIONS AT WORKPLACE published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Muhammad Shafiq, Noor Ullah Khan, Mansoor Bhatti, Faisal Khan The objective of the present study was to investigate the relationship between organizational justice (procedural, interpersonal & distributive) perceived organizational politic and turnover intentions of employees at a workplace. Furthermore the research study exposed that organizational justice mitigates negative effects of perceived organizational politics can and turnover intentions of employees. Sample size of 100 was selected via random probability sampling out of 320 employees from main head office and all branches of bank of Khyber Peshawar KPK Pakistan. The conclusion drawn from the research study that organizational justice (procedural, interpersonal & distributive) has significantly related with perceived organizational politics and turnover intentions of employees at workplace. So managing organizational politics is a very sensitive and critical issue, therefore the study will facilitate human resource managers to cope up with organizational politics and their negative outcomes. To manage the negative outcomes of organizational politics the HR managers should realize the sensitivity of political environment inside organization. The future studies may include all dimensions of justice and other job outcomes with a bigger sample size in order to increase the generalizability of results.
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (ECG) SIGNAL GENERATOR BASED ON FPGA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. A. I. Al-Shueli * This paper offers a hardware design to produce a programmable ECG-channels signal generator using only a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) and a small number of passive external components. The FPGA is used to create a new technique using linearised pulse width modulation (PWM) scheme, which would not be possible with other alternatives technologies such as a microcontroller. This system can be used in the testing of multi-inputs ECG system without needing to use a human or extra testing cost. This approach is developed to improve accuracy of the signal waveform without increasing the hardware or complexity, the overall system takes up only 30% of the available FPGA slices. The system described has applicability in other areas where multiple, time skewed and low voltage signals are required. The waveform signal for each channel can be modified easily to match the need of the application. The application of ECG generator has many advantages such as reducing the test time and simplifies the use of ECG signals without need for invasive and non-invasive methods.
Artificial Intelligence and its Role in Industry published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs. Jyoti M Bohra | Ms. Bhagyashri G Joshi In today's digital era "Artificial intelligence" has been used in nearly all industries. AI has many applications in various different sectors like healthcare, aviation, IT, manufacturing etc. AI helps in reducing human errors, risks, best results with accuracy, does risky and or hazardous jobs like bomb defusing, saves training cost. But at the same time AI has few risk factors like human intelligence can be replicated up to certain limit only, lesser jobs, hurt learners, affects human thinking powers. Mrs. Jyoti M Bohra | Ms. Bhagyashri G Joshi "Artificial Intelligence & its Role in Industry" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18705.pdf
Performance Evaluation of Open Core Biomass Gasifier published in

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Sriramajayam, S. An open core 10 kg h-1 capacity gasifier performance evaluation study was carried out. Flame temperature of gas was found to be 630oC. The overall efficiency was found to be 17.21% and the thermal output of the gasifier was worked out to be 11, 775 kCal h-1 and the power rating was worked out to be nearly 14 kW. The mass closure and energy closure were found to be 97 and 78% respectively
Antidiabetic property of Embelia tsjeriam-cottam plant leaf extract in rats published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mathen Melba Sara, DR. N.B. Shridhar, Dr. Jagadeesh S. Sanganal, Dr. Suguna Rao, Dr. Rekha Yadav, The Embelia tsjeriam-cottam leaf extract was evaluated for antidiabetic property in Wistar rats. The various groups in the present study included normal control (Group I), diabetic control (Group II), glibencamide treated (Group III), leaf extract treated groups (Group IV, V and VI).Diabetes was induced in rats by streptozotocin and the diabetic rats treated with leaf extract produced significant improvement in glucose, cholesterol and triglycerides, but the antidiabetic effect of leaf extract treated group was lesser than the glibenclamide treated group. The results obtained were also supported by the histopathological evaluation
Evaluation of Some Plant Indigenous Materials Against Oxya Hyla Hyla (Serville) (Orthoptera: Acrididae) on Rice in Cachar District of Assam published in

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Manika Das, D. C. Ray Bio- efficacy of four different plants viz., Ageratum conyzoides Linn, Alstonia scholaris (L.) R.BR, Citrus grandis (L.) Osbeck and Eupatorium odoratum Linn extracts was evaluated against Oxya hyla hyla (Seville) (Orthoptera: Acrididae) on rice in cultivars field at Cachar District during 2012. Two (Methanol and Petroleum ether) solvents were used for preparation of the extracts. Among the two solvent extracts tested methanolic extract of A. scholaris, C. grandis and E. odoratum with 1.5% concentration showed cent per cent mortality of the pest species at 1DAT. At 3DAT and 5DAT, E. odoratum (1.0%) gave highest mortality of the pest species. At 7DAT E. odoratum (1.5%) also afforded highest mortality. No phytotoxic effect was noticed during the investigation period. In petroleum ether extract, E. odoratum (1.5%) showed highest mortality (ranged from 75.0- 100.0 %) of the pest species at all the DAT. ANOVA was employed which indicated significantly different performance among the treatments by both the extracts at all the DAT over control.
INDOOR AIR POLLUTION: SOURCES, HEALTH IMPACTS AND CONTROL published in

Eco Chronicle

Published by Society for Environmental and Social Research
Roy, M., F. Shamim and A. Das Indoor air pollution has nowadays become a severe environmental hazard affecting the well-being of humans. The term “building related illness” has been coined to describe various illness and problems related to specific airborne contaminants in buildings, which results in indoor pollution. Modern homes and office buildings are now days so constructed that they trap pollutants like benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene (TCE), etc. According to the US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), indoor pollutants levels are 100 times higher than outdoor levels. The way to control the indoor pollution is by restricting the polluting sources. A little modification and change in our daily life pattern can overcome these issues. In addition, adopting the practice of house plants will not only decorate our homes but also filter the harmful and toxic chemicals from our indoor air. The present study strategically elucidates solutions to these problems.
PROPERTIES OF ULTRA HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE INCORPORATING NANO-SILICA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. Ahmed M. Tahwia, Dr.Mohamed Y.Elshikh, Walid Elmetwaly The objective of this investigation is to study the effect of nano-silica addition on the fresh and hardened properties of ultra high strength concrete. Nano-silica with 99.8% SiO2 content and particles size of 5 to 20 nm used in concrete mixes as a replacement of silica fume content. The total percentage of silica fume and nanosilica was 20% of weight of binder content. Nano-silica was added in seven percentages (0.5%, 1.0%, 1.5%, 2%, 2.5%, 3.0%, 3.5%) of weight of cementitious materials. The properties of ultra high strength concrete was investigated through twenty seven concrete mixes using nano-silica addition with three different binder content 450, 550, and 650 kg/m3 . Nanomaterials have a larger value of the ratio between surface area and volume than other similar particles in larger size , making the nanomaterials more reactive. Slump test, Compacting factor test and Ve-Be time test were used to determine the effect of nano-silica content on the workability of concrete, while compression test, indirect tensile strength test, flexural strength test, modulus of elasticity test and permeability test were carried out to determine the properties of hardened concrete. Also to compare microstructure and nanostructures of concrete with and without nano-silica, scanning electron microscopy was used. The test result showed that the addition of nano-silica as cement replacement could improve the mechanical behavior of ultra high strength concrete. The results showed that the optimum dose of nano-scilica was 2.5% by weight of cementitious materials. Using 2.5% nano-silica can produce ultra-high strength concrete with high workability without segregation. The workability of concrete decreases with the increase in nanosilica content. The use of superplasticizer was necessary in concrete mixes to improve the workability. Results indicated that nano-silica up to 2.5% nano-silica by weight could improve the mechanical and physical properties of ultra high strength concrete.
Peerglossia: A Sociolinguistic Study of Its Effects on the English Language Proficiency of Nigerian Senior Secondary School Students in Kano State, Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Anthony A. Olaoye This paper is on the sociolinguistic study of peerglossia language of the peer group- and its effects on the English Language proficiency of the Senior Secondary School students(SSS) in Nigeria.The Nigerian Government and stakeholders in education are worried about the low level of English Language proficiency of the SSS students.The author is therefore interested in finding out the causes of the appalling decline in the performance of SSS students in English Language at the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE).The author therefore conducted a research on the relationship between sociolinguistic variables and students performance in English Language in some randomly selected secondary schools in Kano State in Northern Nigeria.The assumption is thatpeerglossia has an inhibitory effect on the language use of SSS students.From the written tests and questionnaire administered to the students,it was found that parents socio-economic and political status and education background influenced students choice of peergroup whose language use has deleterious effects on students language proficiency.The paper then suggests some ways through which students proficiency in English Language can be improved.
A case report of knotting of DJ stent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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.
Solid Waste Disposal Practices in an Urban Slum Area of South India published in

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Dr.Abhay S. Nirgude, Dr. Poonam R. Naik, V G Prasad, K Nagaraj Background and Objectives: Urban slum area has many problems and issues with respect to Municipal Solid Waste Management. To understand the solid waste disposal practices regarding household waste, a study was undertaken among families of urban slum area of Nalgonda town. A community based cross-sectional study was undertaken during 2011-12 among 127 households of the urban slum selected by multistage systematic sampling. The information was gathered by one to one interview of adult respondents available at the time of house visit. Mean age of the study subjects was observed to be 42.32 years (SD 11.09). Mean per capita per day waste generapling. The information was gathered by one to one interview of adult respondents available at the time of house visit. Mean age of the study subjects was observed to be 42.32 years (SD 11.09). Mean per capita per day waste gener
A Study on the Influence of Leadership Styles and Competency on Performance in the Manufacturing Industry published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mrs.Shalini Sundar The major objective was to determine influence of leadership styles and competency on performance of fabric manufacturing Industries at Tirupur, Tamilnadu, India. Major leadership styles were considered for the study. The data were collected from 55 fabric manufacturing industries. A sample of 188 project leader/manager was considered purposely for the study. The study was descriptive and found that Democratic Leadership, laissez-faire Leadership, Transactional Leadership and Servant Leadership are significant and having positive effect on organizational performance, which reveals the employees freedom of work, little supervision and cordial relation with the leaders. Competency has a positive and significant influence on the organizational performance.
Accidental Emission of Ammonia from Cold Storage and Ice Factory in Kolkata and its Remedial Action published in

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Gargi Bhattercharjee, S. Bhattacharya, R.K. Gangopadhyay and S.K. Das This paper describes the incidents of accidental release of ammonia in three different industrial establishments. Human and maintenance error are the main cause behind the all incidents. This paper identified the errors, suggested some general recommendations, some preventive measure to be taken for such accident and also for the emergency situation.
Cataract Patient Profiling in A Tertiary Hospital published in

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Dr. N. Deepika, Dr. A Narasimha Rao, Dr. D. Chandrakanth Reddy, Dr. M. Vijaya Ramaraju Cataract accounts for 41.8% of global blindness and 81% of blindness in India 1, 2. By 2020, the elderly population in India is expected to double further increasing the number of blind people 3. Purpose: To analyze the profile of patients presenting for cataract surgery. Materials and methods: A hospital based prospective observational study was conducted on 500 patients presenting for cataract surgery. Socio Demographic and clinical data were noted. Results: Out of 500 patients majority of them were 50-60 yrs of age (57.4%) among which most of them were females (63.6%). Many of them belonged to rural background (78.2%). Major occupation was agriculture (44.8%). Most of patients (76%) had a visual acuity less than 3/60 in operating eye. Pterigium (7.8%) and ARMD (8%) constituted major co-existing ocular morbidities while Hypertension (22.8%) and Diabetes (12.2%) were common systemic disorders. SICS with PCIOL implantation was major form of surgery (84.2%). Conclusion: This type of data collection and reporting provides new material that can be used in better planning and improvement of cataract surgery services.
A Case Study on the Need to Constructive Feedback in Functional Relationships and Distorted Interpersonal Skills and Its Repercussions on Teamwork published in

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Ms. Seema Kuamri Gupta, Dr. S. Sheela Rani This case is basically aimed at rendering of ample feedback and interpersonal relationship to the working professional in an organization from time to time. The case study also focuses to train business manager to handle their team effectively by sharing feedback timely & appropriately and also to maintain better working inter-personal relationship amongst the employees .The author of the case attempted to project the behavior of the business manager who is impulsive and hasty at functional relationships further the author also tried to explain the need for appropriate training to the business manager to bring about behavioral changes and sharpen the delivery ability of feedback and also have a better inter-personal relationship with their team member for yielding higher outcomes.
DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL FM MODULATOR & DEMODULATOR FOR SDR USING FPGA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhuday Parasar* Megha Kimothi This paper represents the recent advancement in the chip technology is integrating several sequential elements in System on Chip (SoC). But most of the circuits are using traditional clock distribution networks and facing the problem of skew and jitter problems. The clock signal generated by the oscillators and the flip-flops and registers are not receiving the clock pulse at the accurate time. The problem can be solved using Network of Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) oscillators coupled in phase. A phase locked loop ensures that the clock frequencies seen at the clock inputs of various registers and flip-flops match the frequency generated by the oscillator. The popular technique to demodulate FM signal is Phase Locked Loop (PLL). The existing technologies are based on software defined radio (SDR) [7, 8] and the demand needs programmable SDR instead of analog SDR. In SDR, Programmable digital devices are used and they transmit and receive the baseband signal at radio frequency. The recent cellular devices follow the communication protocol and provide connectivity to end user anywhere in the particular region.The design approach is based on digital components rather than analog components such as phase detector, loop filter and Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO). The signal is presented using digital words instead of analog voltages. In digital FM receiver, PLL is the main part to capture and lock the signals at different frequency and phase. The main purpose of PLL is to maintain the coherence between the modulated signal frequency (fi) and the respective frequency (fo), with the concept of phase comparison. PLL permits to track the frequency changes of applied input signals, as it is locked once. The paper focuses on the design, FPGA implementation of FM receiver integrated with digital PLL. There is a use of 8 bit analog to digital conversion (ADC) circuit, which is accepting frequency modulated signal as a series of digital numerical values. The same signals are demodulated by the receiver on every clock cycle. The paper proposed the design and FPGA implementation of digital PLL and programmable all FM receiver. The design is developed in Xilinx 14.2 ISE software and simulated in Modelsim 10.1b software with the help of VHDL programming language and the targeted onVirtex-5 FPGA.
ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES OF SOME EDIBLE MUSHROOMS: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Arvind K. Sharma1*, Dr.A M Jana2, Dr.Archana Srivastav3, Dr.Madhu Gupta4, Sachin Sharma1, Sher Singh Gill3 Pathogens are a common cause of morbidity and sometimes death in the world wide. In present scenario, occurrence of severe infection are marked by acute gastroenteritis, colitis, bloodstream infection, meningitis, joint infection, kidney failure, and other critical problems can be developed today, while many medical advances have been made to safeguard againstinfection by pathogens, through the vast use of antibiotics, and fungicide are threatened by the emergence of multi?drug resistant pathogens that continue to intimidate human life so chemically synthesized antibiotics are no longer more effective . Mushrooms are superior nutritional supplement and attributed with magnificent medicinal values. The medicinal bioactive compounds present in mushroom includes: polysaccharides, lipopolysaccharides, proteins, peptides, glycoproteins, nucleosides, triterpenoids, lectins, lipids and their derivatives. The antimicrobial properties of certain mushrooms providehuman disease control that is generally safe and effective. Several mushrooms have demonstrated efficient antibacterial activity as well as antifungal activity against resistant human pathogens. The aim of current review is bring up to date the present status and to venture future prospects of edible mushrooms for their antimicrobialpotentiality. The presented information will give a new view to researchers for upgrading mushroomsfrom functional food to holistic mushroom medicine to encounter multi drug resistant pathogenic micro organisms.
Synthesis, Spectral and Electrochemical analysis of Copper(II) complexes with L-threonine, L-tyrosine, L-tryptophane and L-histidine published in

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Prof. I. P. Tripathi, Aarti Kamal, Aparna Dwivedi Copper ?-amino acid complex attracts attention of chemists because of its different kind of biological applications. Amino acids having both, amine and carboxylic acid groups attached to the first, or alpha, carbon atom have particular importance in biochemistry. Complexes of copper(II) with amino acids can be used as models to study the pharmaco-dynamic effects of drugs or for increasing the biocompatibility and minimize toxic effects of some metal ions. Therefore, this attraction we were synthesized the new series of complexes of copper(II) with various amino acids namely L-threonine, L-tyrosine, L-tryptophane, L-histidine and characterized as mononuclear species on the basis of elemental chemical analysis, infrared spectra, UV-Visisble and cyclicvoltametery measurements. The IR spectra indicated the presence of amino acid coordinated through nitrogen atom and the oxygen from the carboxylic group. The experimental data suggest that the ligands act as bidentate and adopt an octahedral stereochemistry. This paper consist synthesis, elemental analysis and characterization of these complexes.
A STUDY OF SOME SELECTED PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AND MOTOR FITNESS PREDICTORS OF HANDBALL PERFORMANCE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Dr. Suneeta Devi*, Asstt Prof MGKM Shahi Objectives of the study was to find the relationship between selected physiological parameters and motor fitness preditors of handball performance. For that a sample of 20 students of handball was selected from Ludhania district of punjab. Philips JCR - For motor fitness, Vital capacity Blood Pressure, Pulse Rate and Cornish Handball Test: (skill test) were the criterian of measures. Resul ts shows direct relationship between physiological parameters with handball performance whereas moderate relationship was found between motor fitness components with sports performance.
STANDARDIZATION OF ANTI-ARTHRITIC POLYHERBAL AYURVEDIC FORMULATION AS PER OFFICIAL GUIDELINES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Ajage R K*, Kasture V S Ayurvedic formulations with good action and less side effect are becoming popular but lack of quality control and standardization, the ayurvedic formulations remain far behind of the allopathic medicines. The standardized extracts and herbal products are easily accepted by the western and global community and hence standardization becomes necessary to explore the wealth of Indian knowledge of Ayurveda to the global market. The present study deals with exploration of Ayurvedic tablet formulation for safety and quality as per official guidelines. The formulation subjected for phytochemical and physicochemical analysis, estimation of toxic residues of pesticide and heavy metals content. The accelerated stability study, microbial load evaluation and quality control parameters were evaluated. The formulation passes every official test of quality control.
On A New Species of the Genus Senga, Dollfus, 1934 (Cestoda: Ptychobothridae) From Fresh Water Fish Mastacembelus armatus (Lecepede, 1800) at Aurangabad District (M.S.), India. published in

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Ashok Mote, Sushil Jawale, Sunita Borde, Rahul Khawal The present communication deal with the description of a new species of genus Senga shindei Sp. Nov. These Cestodes collected from the intestine of a fresh water fish Mastacembelus armatus (Lecepede, 1800) from Godavari river at Paithan, District- Aurangabad. The present worm differs from the known species of genus Senga in the shape and size of the Scolex, number and arrangement of hooks, shape of mature segment, numbers of testes, position of cirrus pouch and arrangement of vitellaria.
INFLUENCE OF INOCULUM PERCENTAGE ON BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE USING COW DUNG AS INOCULUM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
E.K.Oviya*, Dr.T.Velayutham Anaerobic digestion of municipal solid waste was carried out in this study for 60 days at room temperature in batch reactor with different percentage of cow dung as inoculum. The digestion was carried out in laboratory scale. The characteristics of the MSW and cow dung were analyzed. The daily biogas productions from the reactors were measured. At the end of the study, the biogas yield from the reactors R1, R2, R3 and R4 were 24.88 L, 64.45 L, 79.74 L, and 109.18L respectively. The percentage of methane in the biogas was found to be 70%.
Optical Response of MoSe2 Crystals published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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H. S. Patel | S. P. Shukla | Hitesh Parmar Solar power is a very important source of renewable energy for many low power systems. Matching the power consumption level with the supply level can make a great difference in the efficiency of power utilization. MoSe2, crystals (photo-electrodes) have been grown via a direct vapour transport technique. This paper presents results of Photo Voltage (VPh) Vs. Photo current (IPh)curves measured for MoSe2 crystals of different Intensity levels between 10, 20,¦100W/cm2 in Polychromatic as well as Monochromatic light. We finding the Open circuit Voltage (VOC), Short circuit current(ISC), fill factor and photo conversion efficiency (?) of Mose2 crystals. The Photo conversion efficiency of this MoSe2 crystals are less than 0.1% in Polychromatic light but nearly 1% in Monochromatic light H. S. Patel | S. P. Shukla | Hitesh Parmar"Optical Response of MoSe2 Crystals" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-3 , April 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd66.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/physics/66/optical-response-of-mose2-crystals/h-s-patel
Correlation of Pap Smears with the Cervical Biopsy for Screening Carcinoma Cervix in and Around Mangadu published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.K.R.Umadevi Introduction: Cervical cancer is a cancer arising from the cervix. It is due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body. Early on there are typically no symptoms. Later symptoms may include: abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain or pain during sex. Aim: To evaluate the frequency of accurate diagnosis from Pap smears. Materials and Methods : A total of 500 Pap smears and their corresponding Cervical biopsies over a 2 years period is included in the study. Materials and Methods: A total of 500 cases over a period of 2 years were included in the study. Cytological and Histopathological studies were performed for all the cases. Results: Age ranges from 21 years to 65 years with a mean age of 43 years. Majority of the patients fall in the category of Inflammatory smear where as few were in Malignant category. Inflammatory lesion was present in 287 cases. Features of Dysplasia were observed in 138 cases and 20 cases were frankly malignant. Atrophic changes were seen in 40 cases, where as 15 cases were normal. Conclusion: Inflammation of the Genital tract was a common Pathology. Pap smears and Cervical biopsy is a valuable tool for Screening of malignancy which can be done easily with low cost, outcome of malignancy can be prevented by early detection of malignancy in the cervix.
Designing of Species-specific inhibition: The cysteine residues of triosephosphate isomerase published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

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Ashok Kumar Yadav, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh Verma, Mukesh Kumar, Manoj Kumar Enzymes from different species that have identical catalytic activities are usually very similar in their amino-acid sequences and three-dimensional structures. This is particularly true at the catalytic site, where the amino acids that form the active site and participate in catalysis are highly conserved. The similarities between homologous enzymes have hampered the design of species-specific inhibitors, in particular those directed toward the active centre. To circumvent this problem, attention has been given to regions that are close to the catalytic site but show individual structural features. This strategy has been used to design selective inhibitors against enzymes aimed at regions that are critical for enzyme stability. Keywords: Triosephosphate isomerise, dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP), cysteine, methylmethane thiosulphonate (MMTS), parasites.
The Semantic Rewiev of the Root “Shb” In Quran published in

Tasavvur / Tekirdag Theology Journal

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Ali KAYA As in all languages, Arabic and accordingly Quran which was revealed in a clear, fluent form of Arabic language, have words and concepts that are used in various meanings. The root “SHB” is one of these words which express different meanings depending on its context. This word is used ninety seven times in name and verb form in Quran to express “the togetherness/conversation which is constituted in different places and times, by people who have different ideas and beliefs, among themselves (believer- believer or nonbeliever – nonbeliever) and with others (believer – nonbeliever) in this world and in the Hereafter”. In this study, the basic/root meaning of the root “SHB” is identified firstly by the help of classical dictionaries, commentaries of Quran, and poems. Then the use of this word in Quran in name and verb forms is pointed, and its meanings which differ according to the verse, to the attaching words and to the context are identified.
Effects of HIV/AIDS on academic and social lives of secondary school students in Samburu County, Kenya published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

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Manyara Charity Gakii, Dr.Kisilu Kombo and Dr.Wokabi Francis In the world today, the Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV) which causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) has become a global pandemic. Out of the 65 million people infected globally 29.4 million live in sub-Saharan Africa (WHO, 2009). Initially, HIV and AIDS were believed to be a problems confined to the adult domain. However, it has now become common knowledge that a person can be infected at any age. HIV and AIDS is a problem that the human race has had to contend with over the last decade until it has become a pandemic. The HIV and AIDS epidemic in Africa has impacted on the society in many ways. One of the most long-term impacts is the creation of an estimated 13 million orphans by 2000 and projected 24 million by 2010 (UNAIDS 2001). HIV and AIDS have been rated among the leading contemporary problems in Kenya especially among the youth. According to a study carried out by the population council (2003), 66% of adolescent HIV cases are in relationships with the opposite sex, while 61% are sexually active and have low contraceptive use and 43% think they have a good to moderate chance of getting the disease because they have multiple sex partners. In Samburu County, where the study was carried out, the cases of HIV and AIDS among the youth are reported to be rising constantly. This study was geared towards investigating the challenges of the infected and effected students in Samburu County with a view of identifying intervention measures by the schools to these challenges. The study focused on Samburu County due its high HIV prevalence of 7.2% in comparison to the national prevalence of 6.3%. By determining the number of students living with HIV/AIDS through the HIV/AIDS treatment, care and support centers, the study drew attention to the intensity of the problem and the need for the education sector to address these challenges. The target sample of the infected was purposively drawn from the existing records in the HIV/AIDS support centers while that of the affected was purposively selected with the assistance of their schools. The other component of the study sought to assess the school environment from which the samples are drawn, to determine the mechanisms put in place to support the affected and infected learners within the school environment. Self administered structured questionnaires and interviews were used to collect data from the infected and affected students as well as the Principals. A pilot study was conducted in a different school to enable the adjustment of data collecting instruments so as to ensure validity and reliability of the data. Data was qualitatively analyzed by using simple frequency distributions and percentages and presented on tables. From the findings, it was evident that social-cultural and economic factor greatly impacts on the social and economic performance of the infected and affected youths in secondary schools. On the basis of the findings, the researcher recommends training of more guidance and counseling teachers, a policy to make HIV and AIDS a compulsory subject and establishment of youth Friendly Centers to deal with the challenges of students infected and affected by HIV and AIDS thus helping to curb the spread of the virus among the students. Keywords: Infected, affected, HIV and AIDS, students, impact
Method Development for Determination of Riboflavin in Pharmaceutical Preparations using copper putrescence complex. published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

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Qaiser Abbas, Safdar Javed*, Muhammad Ashraf, Noor Nasir Khattak, Muhammad Younus Khokhar A specific, highly sensitive spectrophotometric method is proposed for the determination of Riboflavin in pharmaceutical preparations. The suggested method is based on the complex formation reaction between Cupric Chloride and Putrescine followed by reaction between Cupric Chloride-Putrescine complex and Riboflavin that produces a colored compounds. This gives maximum absorbance at 500nm. The range of linearity is 0.1-1.5mg/mL. Riboflavin was determined in six pharmaceutical products in 1-50 mg/liter concentration range. The recovery from the samples was 98-99%. Interferences of several vitamins, amino acids and sugars have also been studied. The suggested method is applicable for the determination of these drugs in pharmaceutical preparations. The results demonstrated that the described method is precise, highly sensitive, selective, reproducible and comparable to the official methods.
Open Innovation and Organization Design published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Michael Tushman, Karim R. Lakhani, Hila Lifshitz-Assaf Abernathy's (1978) empirical work on the automotive industry investigated relationships among an organizations boundary (all manufacturing plants), its organizational design (fluid vs. specific), and its ability to execute product and/or process innovations. Abernathy's ideas of dominant designs and the locus of innovation have been central to scholars of innovation, R&D, and strategic management. Similarly, building on March and Simon's (1958) concept of organizations as decision making systems, Woodward (1965), Burns and Stalker (1966), and Lawrence and Lorsch (1967) examined relationships among organizational boundaries, organization structure, and innovation in a set of industries that varied by technology and environmental uncertainty. These and other early empirical works have led a diverse group of scholars to develop theories about firm boundaries, organization design, and the ability to innovate.
Role of Bronchial Arterial Embolization in The Management of Massive Haemoptysis: an Interesting Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. R. K. Panda, Dr Chandra Dev Sahu, Dr. Ravish Kumar Despite continued technologic progress, including advances in medical imaging, hemoptysis remains an important clinical and potentially grave condition. Any hemorrhage resulting in compromise of pulmonary or hemodynamic status should be considered substantial necessitating therapeutic intervention. The management of life-threatening hemoptysis demands a well-integrated, multidisciplinary approach.
Performance Improvements with Advanced AC Drives in Plate Shearing Line at Steel Plant published in

The journal of CPRI

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Thummar B K, Shah V A and Panchal A K This paper represents the comprehensive study, analysis and result achieved by data evaluation of AC drive system over DC drive system in Essar steel Limited in India. With innovations in advanced direct torque control and vector control technologies, performance of AC drives are similar to DC drives in entire speed range. Usage of these advance speed control techniques in AC drives gives excellent result to achieve desired torque- speed characteristics, dynamic response and over load capabilities similar to DC drives. In February 2010, replacement of DC drive system by AC drive system was carried out in hot rolled plate shearing line (PSL), which is cut to length application line in steel plant. By various technical and financial comparisons, it is found to use of AC drives more economical in comparison with DC drives. AC drives ensures, improvements on energy efficiency, reliability and enhancement of production with reduction in cost, maintenance and equipment down time. After replacement from DC drives to AC drives following performance observed in PSL: Energy saving of 1.88 kWh/t. • Production rate increased from 55 t/h to 95 t/h. • Line speed increased from 19.5 to 23 m/min. • Line stoppage time reduced from 2000 to 300 min./year.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES IN GREEN AND PURPLE VARIETIES OF ZALEYA DECANDRA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bunga. Thirupathi* S. Gangadhar Rao C.Venkateshwar Phytochemical antioxidant properties in green and red varieties of Zaleya decandra, collected from local area of Hyderabad city were estimated. Concentration of secondary metabolite such as flavonoids (88.5), flavonols (176.3), anthocyanins (176.3), total carotenoids (7.43) was recorded higher in green as compared to red variety (73.25), (139.46), (4.31) (4.17) ?g/g Dt.wt. However proanthocyanidins, phenols was recorded maximum in red varieties (67.91),(230.66), as compared to green variety (63.58),(135.66) ?g/g Dt.wt. ? carotene 6.13,6.06 mg/g Fr.wt in green and red varieties respectively, ascorbic acid content was same in both varieties. Enzyme peroxidase, polyphenol oxidase, glutathione reductase showed higher activity in green variety with (731.05), (329), (12.11) units as compared to (539.5), (271.66), (9.05) units in red variety respectively. However catalase was recorded maximum in red variety (15.27) as compared to (11.06) units in green variety. ABTS and FRAP inhibition % between the two varieties did not differ much, however DPPH inhibition % was slightly higher in red variety.
Efficacy of Kappaphycus and Gracilaria sap on growth and yield improvement of sesame in new alluvial soil published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
B. PRAMANICK, K. BRAHMACHARI1 AND A. GHOSH1 A field experiment was conducted during pre-kharif season of 2012 and 2013 with the focal objectives of studying the efficacy of seaweed saps derived from two marine algae viz. Kappaphycus and Gracilaria on growth and yield improvement of sesame , nutrient uptake by the crop and monetary advantage. The foliar spray was performed thrice at different concentrations (0, 2.5, 5.0, 10.0 and 15.0% v/v) of seaweed extracts. Such application of seaweed extracts significantly enhanced the growth and yield parameters. The highest seed yield was evidenced with the combined applications of 15% Kappaphykus sap and 75% recommended dose of fertilizer (RDF) and this treatment was closely followed by the application of 15% Gracilaria sap along with 75% RDF. The maximum net monetary return (`28650) and benefit: cost ratio (1.99) were documented with this treatment. Nutrient uptake (N, P and K) was also increased with seaweed extract applications.
Biomechanical Analysis of Penalty Corner Push-In published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Zahid Hassan | Gagan Deep Yadav In this paper, a shunt active power filter (SAPF) based on adaptive hysteresis band current controller (HBCC) is proposed for limiting the harmonics in load current and also compensate the reactive power for 3 phase non-linear load. The HBCC calculate the active power and reactive power, transforms them in d, q and 0 components using Clarkes transformation then calculates the compensating values of active and reactive power to inject them further in system. The HBCC determines the switching signals of the SAPF, and the algorithm based on an extension of synchronous reference frame theory (d-q-0) is used to determine the suitable current reference signals. The results of simulation study of SAPF control technique presented in this paper is found quite satisfactory to eliminate harmonics and reactive power components from utility current. Zahid Hassan | Gagan Deep Yadav"Reactive Power Compensation and Limiting Harmonic Current using Shunt Active Power Filter" 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/ijtsrd12958.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/12958/reactive-power-compensation-and-limiting-harmonic-current-using-shunt-active-power-filter/zahid-hassan
REACTIVATION EFFICACY OF SARIN-INHIBITED ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE BY OBIDOXIME CHLORIDE IN THE PRESENCE OF SELECTED EXCIPIENT AND SEPTUM MATERIALS AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Radha Sharma1*, Suman Jain2 and Dr. R.Vijayaraghavan3 Objective The aim of this study is to propose in-vitro AChE reactivation study as a tool to check the compatibility of combinations of obidoxime chloride with different formulation excipients. Materials and methods Obidoxime chloride is highly water soluble drug. In this study, with the help of different types of preservatives, stabilizers and packaging materials different types of formulation combinations were developed to overcome the problem of instability. Developed different combinations of obidoxime chloride for the immediate shelfadministration were subjected for in-vitro reactivation against the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activities induced by sarin. Results In-vitro reactivation studies suggest that compatibility of obidoxime chloride in autoinjector cartridge is good with bromobutyl back septum.
COMPETITIVENESS OF ENTERPRISES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anna Karoevna Zagorodneva Article is devoted to the problem of improving the competitiveness of enterprises in the market. Competitiveness is the main criterion for efficient production, evaluation of effective enterprise management system.
SURFACE MORPHOLOGICAL, STRUCTURAL AND HYDROGEN SENSING CHARACTERIZATION OF PD DOPED ZnO THIN FILMS DEPOSITED BY SILAR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shampa Mondal* Both Zinc Oxide(ZnO) and Palladium (Pd) doped ZnO thin films prepared by Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction technique called SILAR from Sodium Zincate complex. For the structural and morphological studies of the thin films X-ray diffraction(XRD) and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) has done . Strong preferred c-axis orientation happen in both the undoped and Pd-doped ZnO thin films. SEM micrograph reveals that ZnO possess round shaped particles whereas Pd-doped ZnO shows off-sherical particles and compact grains. EDX done for investigating Pd incorporation in the film. Hydrogen (H2) sensing properties of Palladium(Pd) doped ZnO thin films has been studied. behaviors of the ZnO – based gas sensor For 10% Pd doped ZnO, the sensitivity and response time behaviors to hydrogen gas were investigated . Sensitivity dependence on the temperature was tested and the optimum operation temperature was at around 310 0C. The response time for the Pd doped ZnO film was 60 sec and the recovery time was 120 sec. The temperature variation of sensitivity was studied and the maximum sensitivity of 72% was observed at around 300 0C for 1.6 vol% H2 in air.
Brain Stem Tuberculoma Presenting with Ptosis and Isolated Ocular Movement Abnormality : A Rare Case published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Rohin Bhatia, Dr. Abhishek Tuberculosis is still endemic in developing countries such as India and tuberculomas account for up to 40% of space occupying intracranial masses.[1] Isolated brain stem tuberculomas are rare lesions and account for about 5% of all intracranial tuberculomas.[2] These intracranial lesions commonly present as oculomotor and other cranial nerve palsies one and a half syndrome, other ocular signs, and neurological deficits .
Design and Implementation of Smart Trolley for Automatic Billing System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aye Thandar Htway | Aye Wint Mon Now-a-day shopping in supermarket and mall is increasing rapidly. While shopping, customers have to face some difficulties. First, they go at the billing counter for payments their total expenditure but there are many people standing in queue for billing purpose. This is unnecessary waste time for customer because cashier scans each item bought with barcode. Barcode technology is time consuming process. Second, customers can"™t predict their total expenditure so, overall purchase total is greater than their budged. Thus, the proposed system overcomes all of these drawbacks faced by customers in shopping malls. To reduce customer' waste time, the system uses RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology. The proposed system will be implemented into two parts. First part is the customer side which initialize arduino for the set ups of RFID reader and zigbee. In this part, contains the tag detection of products by RFID reader which are placed in the trolley and sending of product information from trolley to central billing unit through zigbee transmitter. Second part is counter side which contain zigbee receiver is connected to billing PC using serial communication. It receives billing data and gives it to the PC by using Visual Basic 6.0 software and maintains daily record by Microsoft Access database system. Aye Thandar Htway | Aye Wint Mon"Design and Implementation of Smart Trolley for Automatic Billing System" 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/ijtsrd18347.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/18347/design-and-implementation-of-smart-trolley-for-automatic-billing-system/aye-thandar-htway
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Zbirnik naukovih prac fiziko-matematicnogo fakultetu DDPU

Published by Donbas State Pedagogical University, Department of Physics and Mathematics
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IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF INK SETTING AND DRYING IN SHEETFED OFFSET AND DRY TONER BASED DIGITAL PRINTING PRESSES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Dhirender*1, Mr. Rajeev2 & Mr. Bijender Sheet-fed offset has been one of the most popular printing methods to print cellulosic based substrates. Dry toner based digital printing methods have come to exist recently and captured a significant market share especially for short run print jobs. But if the ink doesn’t dry on proper time, it may result into set-off and it may hamper press speed. Aim of this paper is to analyse and compare ink setting and drying capabilities of Sheet-fed offset and Dry Toner based Digital printing technologies. Uncoated, gloss coated and matte coated papers were taken to examine the inkdrying behaviour of both printing processes.
Burdenof Communicable Diseases in Medical Wards at a Teaching Hospital in Western India published in

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Dr. Neeta P. Pradhan, Dr Shreepad M. Bhat Introduction: Admissions to medical wards comprise non-communicable and communicable diseases. Thecommunicable or infectious diseases mainly include respiratory, gastrointestinal infections, acute undifferentiated febrile illnesses and others. The aim of this study was to analyse the prevalence of infectious diseases in the medical wards on a given day and to evaluate the most common types of infections encountered in the medical wards. Materials and Methods: Case details of patients in the Medical Wards on a given day at Smt. KashibaiNavaleMedical College and General Hospital were analysed with reference to age, gender, and clinical diagnosis. They were grouped into two broad categories of non-communicable and communicable diseases.The communicable diseases were further classified into various types of infections and analysis was done. Results: A total of 129 case details of patients in the medical wards on 7th Feb 2014 were analysed. Of these, 91 patients (70.5%) were found to have non-communicable diseases, whereas 38 patients (29.5%) were found to havecommunicable diseases. The communicable diseases were further analysed, among which respiratory infections were found to bethe commonest (39.5%), followed by acute undifferentiated febrile illness (26.3%), gastrointestinal infections (18.4%), tuberculosis (8%), urinary infections (5.2%) and others (2.6%). Conclusions: The point prevalence of communicable diseases in the medical wards was less than that of communicable diseases. Of the various communicable diseases, respiratoryinfectionswere the most common, followed by acute undifferentiated febrile illness and gastrointestinal infections.
MAPPING OF COTTON MEALYBUG (HEMIPTERA: PSEUDOCOCCIDAE) DAMAGE IN SIRSA DISTRICT, HARYANA USING GEOSPATIAL TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S. K. Singh 1 , Sujay Dutta 2 , Nishith Dharaiya 1 Detection of crop stress is one of the major applications of remote sensing in agriculture. Many researche r s have confirmed the ability of remote sensing techniques for detection of pest/disease on cotton. Hence, this research was designed to investigate , (1) to study the spectral properties of noninfested and mealybug infested cotton crop (ii) damage assessment using remote sensing derived index. Mealybug - infested cotton crop showed significantly lower reflectance in the near infrared region and higher in the visible region of the spectrum compared with the non - infested cotton crop. Mealybug Pest Stress Index - 8 (MPSI - 8), a remote sensing index derived in this study shows a significant negative relationship with mealybug severity (r 2 =0.6319) an d shows the potential to assess the pest and disease damage because of its characteristic that include pigment, leaf struc ture , and water sensitive band. MPSI - 8 depicts the change in pigment concentration and water stress and shows a negative relationship with mealybug severity. The h igh negative value of the index shows the high severity of mealybug. Land Surface Temperature (LST) also shows a positive and significant relationship with mealybug severity (r 2 =0.5921). Multiple l inear regression analys i s showed a strong relationships (r 2 =0.752) between mealybug severity and remotely derive index. Model developed in this study for the mealybug damage assessment in cotton crop yielded significant relationship (r 2 =0. 752 ) and was applied on satellite data of 21 st September 2009 which reveals high severity of mealybug and it was low on 24 th September 2 010 which confirms the significance of the model and can be used in the identification of mealybug infested cotton zones. These results indicate that remote sensing data have the potential to distinguish damage by mealybug and quantify its abundance in cot ton.
Placental Apoptosis and its Correlation With Severity of Disease in Preeclampsia and Eclampsia published in

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Ruchi Sinha, L. K. Pandey, Sulekha Pandey, K. K. Tripathi To determine placental apoptosis in pregnancies complicated with preeclampsia and eclampsia and to correlate it with the severity of disease process. A Prospective cohort study in pregnant women attending the antenatal clinic and emergency services in University teaching hospital, Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi, India. The placental apoptosis was determined by calculating the apoptosis (%) through TUNEL (Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase dUTP nick end labeling) assay.Placental apoptosis was significantly higher in pre-eclampsia and eclampsia as compared to controls (p<0.001). Placental apoptosis and systolic blood pressure (R2 = 0.669) and diastolic blood pressure (R2 = 0.796) had a linear correlation. The level of biochemical markers correlated with each other but not with the extent of apoptosis in cases.Increase in apoptosis correlated with rise in systolic and diastolic blood pressure and severity of disease process.
A REVIEW ON PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAINERS AND CLOSURES published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
T.Balakrishna*, S.Vidyadhara, RLC.Sasidhar, G.Kusuma Kumari All dispensed medicinal products will need to be dispensed to the patient in a suitable product container. The function of a container for a medicinal product is to maintain the quality, safety and stability of its contents. Although different pharmaceutical preparations will be packaged in different containers depending on the product type, pharmaceutical packaging can largely be grouped. It is device used for providing protection, presentation, identification, information and convenience for pharmaceuticals product from the moment of production until it is used or administered. Drugs need more care in their packaging than do most other product, because any failure in their packing could result in changes in the drug that lead either to a failure to cure, to illness, to injury or even cause death of patient. It should protect the drug product from physical and chemical damage, and also give protection from mechanical and climatic hazards and microbial contamination. It should provide maximum possible information related to the dosage form, provide special precautions specified for different under schedules. Its area not only helps in creation of wealth, preserving product quality, but also lengthens the shelf life of products. This review provides maximum possible information regarding the materials, additives, tests used for manufacturing of containers and closures. Keywords: Containers & closures, Additives, Types, Problems & Tests.
Analysis of Personality Traits Variables in Body Contact And Non- Body Contact Games of University of Madras Men Players published in

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C. Raman, Dr. R. Desingu Rajan The purpose of the study was to compare the selected personality traits between the body contact games and non-body contact games in University of Madras players. Method(s):The sample for the present study is twenty male contact game players (Kabaddi & Handball games) and twenty male non contact game players (Volleyball & Ball Badminton) Players between the age group of eighteen to twenty one years of players studying affiliated colleges in University of Madras. Among various personality traits variables only Enthusiasm and Boldness only selected for this study and it was assessed by multidimensional assessment of personality (MAP) scale, developed by Sanjay Vohra (1993) of Psy-com services. Thet-ratios was used to compare the personality traits difference between contact and non-contact games players groups. Result(s): This study shows that non contact games players are having good personality trait component Compare to contact games players. Conclusions(s): It is concluded that non contact games players are having good personality trait component Compare to contact games players.
Physico-chemical characteristics of bore well water to assess water quality for drinking purpose in Omkarnagar region of Nagpur city (India) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Nandkishor G. Telkapalliwar1 and Vidyadhar M. Shivankar2 A Systematic study has been carried out to explore the physicochemical characteristics of ground water samples of Omkarnagar region of Nagpur city. Bore well water samples were collected from Omkarnagar area of Nagpur city and analyzed for temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, total dissolved solids, Chloride, total alkalinity, calcium and magnesium hardness, etc. In the present study TDS ranged from 532 mg/L to 658 mg/L which lies above the range in all the water samples suggested by WHO and Indian standards. Present study recommends that the top priority should be given to water quality monitoring and indigenous technologies should be adopted to make water fit for drinking after treatment.
IMPROVING THE FIRST YEAR UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE: IMPLICATIONS FOR ADDRESSING THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND ACADEMIC SKILLS, INCLUDING AEW published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Alan Fenn-Lavington Considerable attention is being afforded to the First Year Experience (FYE) of University students to enhance student retention and success. The literature highlights the importance of social capital (Bourdieu, 1993; Engestrom, 1987; Tinto, 2012; Wacquant, 2014), acquiring academic skills and in particular, argumentative essay writing (AEW), in the FYE and if it is seen to be influential for student success (Tinto, 2012; Kuh, 2013). The aim of this study is to identify implications for informing the improvement of AEW and academic skills within the context of the FYE. Moreover, the study will use a mixed methods approach by way of survey and semi-formal interviews. I will analyse the data and make deductions regarding the findings. I will code the data – this will be done as it is collected and will include, among other things, the date of the survey and interviews, who completed them and the number of returns. In conclusion, locating the study within the theoretical and conceptual framework of cultural activity theory (Engestrom, 1987; Bourdieu, 1993) provides a means to describe the dynamic interactions of the various personnel including lecturers and students in teaching and learning. Balancing the descriptive and interpretive elements of this study with structure and organisation will enhance the explication of the findings. In doing so, this study represents a credible contribution to the field and offers a viable approach for future investigations. Keywords: Activity Theory, Social Capital, University
New Touch Screen Application to Retrieve Speech Information? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
J.Rajeswari, E.Thanga Selvi? An adaptive speech rate control technology for ultra fast listening that is equivalent to skimming is described. Nowadays, listening to audio books on mobile devices is quite common. People read books at various levels of detail from close reading to skimming. Although a similar feature to skimming is required to efficiently obtain information from audio sources, there is no tool equivalent to skimming for audio playback. Therefore a new speech rate conversion method is developed to efficiently obtain information from audio sources with very fast replay. This algorithm will help not only sighted people to enjoy audio books but also visually impaired people because almost all of their information is obtained from speech. Thus, the implementation of this technology on special audio players for visually impaired people as a new replay function is expected to be useful. Moreover, this technology should be useful for all audio book listeners, not only people with limited sight. A new touch screen application is developed for consumer use.
Desain Handout Multimedia Menggunakan 3D Pageflip Professional untuk Media Pembelajaran pada Sistem Android published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Sandy Syahrowardi, A. Handjoko Permana This article have a purpose to introduce media form of handout multimedi’s base and describe how to make handour multimedia’s base use 3D Pageflip Professional with a look at the end of that can be accessed through the computer and android. In design for handout multimedi’s base use 3D Pageflip Professional need a handout in PDF format as background of making a handout multimedi’s base. In application 3D Pageflip Professional can load a media as complement such as picture, animation, flash, video, audio, etc, so it would be more attractive at the time reading this handout. The result of the project that you develop, publish with 3DP format that can be read with 3D Paageflip Reader that can istalled in OS android.
CORROSION INHIBITION AND ADSORPTION BEHAVIOR OF LONCHOCARPUS LAXIFLORUS EXTRACT ON MILD STEEL IN HYDROCHLORIC ACID published in

Ewemen Journal of Chemical Kinetics (EJCK)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
*Ijuo G.A., Chahul H.F., Eneji I.S. Corrosion inhibition and adsorption behaviour of Lonchocarpus laxiflorus (LL) extract on mild steel in 1.0 M HCl was carried out using weight loss and electrochemical linear polarization measurements. It was found that LL extract retarded the corrosion of mild steel in the acid solution. The inhibitive ability of LL extract was found to be enhanced in the presence of iodide ions (I-). Linear polarization data suggested that the extract acted as a mixed inhibitor. The values of activation energy (Ea) obtained is suggestive of physical adsorption mechanism while the values of Gibbs free energy (∆G0) obtained indicated a spontaneous adsorption of the extract components on the metal surface. The adsorption of LL extract onto the mild steel surface followed Langmuir and Fruendlich adsorption isotherm models. Kinetic treatment of the data followed a pseudo-first order reaction. FTIR results and optical micrographs also revealed that LL extract adsorbed effectively on the mild steel surface. Keywords: Mild steel, Corrosion inhibition, Adsorption isotherm, Lonchocarpus laxiflorus, Iodide ion, Synergism.
Application Layers Approaches for TCP Incast Problem at Data Center Networks? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Irfan Riaz Shohab, Muhammad Younas, Ramzan Talib, Umer Sarwar? Data Centers have become very popular to store a huge amount /volumes of data. Many companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Yahoo, and Face Book use the data center for storage of Web Search, E-Commerce, and large scale computation. High Speed Links, Low Propagation Delay, Limited sizes Switch Buffer are the main characteristic of Data Center. Data Center in these days have hundreds of thousands of servers to store the data across many thousands of machines. TCP is the most popular transport layer protocol that is currently used in the internet. Data Center faces the different set of problems than internet. TCP Incast is the main problem that the data centers faces. TCP incast problem is refer to the TCP throughput collapse. When the multiple data sender s simultaneously respond to a single receiver, that is called many to one communication pattern, the burst data overload the buffer of receivers switch. This causes the throughput collapse that degrades the performance and packets loss. That is so-called TCP incast problem. Many techniques, approaches and algorithms have been introduced to resolve the throughput collapse problem of TCP. Due to the switching to cloud computing culture or cluster base switching system those are data centers, the researchers join the race of research to avoid the throughput collapse issue. Multi-layer approaches & techniques are proposed for incast problem. Application layer is the most important layer in the TCP/IP structure. This layer has the capabilities to handle or control to congestion. In this research work techniques for incast problem at Application Layer level is discussed. In this research work attempt is made to discuss available possible solution for researchers who want to work on the incast problem at application layer.
Optical and Electrical Properties of CdS thin films prepared by spray pyrolysis published in

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Dr. Yashwantrao D Tembhurkar, Mr. Anil S. Meshram, Dr. Omprakash P Chimankar A thin film of CdS is a semiconducting material for the use in the fabrication of hetero-junction solar cell. Spray pyrolysis is a simple, cheap and inexpensive method of depositing thin films of large area. We have deposited thin films of CdS on glass substrate at 300 0c by this method, using aqueous solutions of cadmium chloride and thiourea and from the reflectance and transmittance studies the band gap energy (Eg) is calculated 2.47 eV and has a very high absorption coefficient near the band edge which shows the direct allowed transition of CdS thin films. The resistivity of the films was measured for temperature ranging from 313 0K to 573 0K. The activation energy values were calculated from Arrhenius plot; Shallows levels arising from internationals cadmium or sulphur vacancies are found to extrinsic conductivity near room temperature where as deep trap states influence at higher temperature.
A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Selected Intervention in Reducing Level of Pain Perception and Anxiety Among Primi Gravida Mothers. published in

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Angel Rajakumari. G Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of guided imagery in terms of level of pain perception and anxiety among primi gravida mothers. Participants and setting: The study was conducted in Nirmala Hospital, in Suryapet, Telugana, India in with 700 annual births. The primi gravida mothers were recruited and were allocated by non-probability purposive sampling technique into the two arms of the study but only 30 in study and 30 in control group participants. Intervention: The first observation of pain in 5cm dilatation, given picture of beautiful village to the mothers hand, and ask her to imagine this village for 10minutes and to observe the level of pain. In the second observation of pain in 7cm dilatation, given picture of waterfalls and river to the mothers hand, and ask her to imagine the river for 10minutes and to observe the level of pain and anxiety ask her to imagine the situation for 10minutes and to observe the level of pain and also assess the level of anxiety. Measurement and findings: In active stage of labour (3-6 cm of cervical dilatation) the women completed the demographic and obstetrical information and pain was measured by 0- 10 Modified combined numerical categorical pain intensity scale and anxiety was measured by Hamilton which is a modified anxiety scale selected for the assessment of the anxiety level This study revealed that there was high significant difference found in pain and anxiety at p<0.001level between study group. Conclusion: The study concluded that, clinical implementation of guided imagery usage during labour could be an effective non pharmacological intervention in reducing pain perception and anxiety.
EVALUATION OF ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS IN A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashok Kumar D*1, Venkata Subbaiah 2 and and M. Purushothaman 3 Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are considered as one among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality. The aim of the study is to conduct the surveillance of adverse drug reaction and minimize them for better patient care. A Prospective Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting Method was conducted in the General Medicine Department of a tertiary care teaching hospital for 6 months from September 2014 to February 2015 to detect and suspect ADRs and to analyse the causality, severity and preventability using appropriate validated scales. ADR alert card was prepared and given to patients. Therapeutic guidelines were prepared and given to the relevant departments. A total no. of 184 patients were followed among them males were (39.13%) and females were (60.87%). 8.6% were from paediatrics department, 78.4%patients were from general medicine and 13.0% patients were from geriatrics. A total of 128 ADRS from in-patient department and 56 ADRS from out- patient department were reported & the highest no. of ADRs was found with antibiotics. Gastro intestinal system 76(41.30%) was the most commonly affected organ. 110(59.78%) adverse drug reactions were due to predisposing factors. 94.56% ADRs required medical intervention to prevent permanent impairment or damage .In majority of the ADRs the suspected drug was withdrawn 62(33.69%) and 74(40.21%) required symptomatic treatment. 79 ADRs (42.93%) recovered after the management. Maximum reporting of the ADRs was done by the clinical pharmacist 126(68.47%). This study helped in a better monitoring of the therapy given to the patient, helps in the drug safety and efficacy.
A model for shear behavior of anchors in external shear walled frames published in

Research on Engineering Structures and Materials

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ankaj Kaundal*, Pravin Kumar and Archana Chaudhary Nature has provided us a wide variety of materials to help improve and sustain the health of all living things either directly or indirectly. In recent years there has been an important development in different dosage forms for existing and newly designed drugs and natural products, and semi-synthetic as well as synthetic excipients often need to be used for a variety of purposes. Gums and mucilages are widely used natural materials for conventional and novel dosage forms. With the increasing interest in polymers of natural origin, the pharmaceutical world has compliance to use most of them in their formulations. Buccal mucosa is the preferred site for both systemic and local drug action. The mucosa has a rich blood supply and it relatively permeable. Buccal transmucosal delivery helps to bypass first- pass metabolism by allowing direct access to the systemic circulation through the internal jugular vein. This article briefly describes isolation of mucilage, the basis, requirements, the standards of an ideal mucoadhesive buccal drug delivery advantages, limitations, mechanism of mucoadhesion, structure of buccal mucosa, theories of mucoadhesion, investigated buccal tablets containing natural polymer, evaluation parameters, commercially available buccal adhesive tablets etc.
EMPOWERMENT OF SCHEDULED CASTE/SHEDULED TRIBE CHILDREN UNDER SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN OF TAMIL NADU published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. V. K. JIBIN, Prof (Dr.) C. NASEEMA The Policy and its Programme of Action (POA), 1992 contains specific directions and measures for the educational upliftment of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), which means 'Movement of Education for All' was implemented as one of India's flagship programmes for universalising elementary education. Its overall goals include universal access and retention, bridging of gender and social category gaps in education and enhancement of learning levels of children. 600 students belonging to SC/ST groups of primary schools in Tamil Nadu were randomly selected as the sample. Analysis of the results revealed that many activities for the empowerment of SC/ST students were carried out by schools in the selected districts of Tamil Nadu. These programmes are helpful in increasing self confidence in students. Among these, community living camp, learn to earn programmes, exposure trips and remedial teaching are the major activities. Community living camps and exposure trips were beneficial to increase leadership ability and to develop social feeling. The study also showed that more programmes for the empowerment of SC/ST students are needed.
An Overview- Tribological Aspects at the Interface of Piston Ring and Cylinder Liner for Improving the Performance of IC Engine published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Published by INDIRA S.
R. C. Singh, R. K. Pandey, S. Maji The scientists are reluctantly working on tribo-pairs to determine the tribological effects between them under different condition of lubrication. I. C. Engine is one of the major inventions which effects human life of civilization. There are many parts in I.C. engine which have relative motion among them. The most important part is piston ring and cylinder liner. Continuous dynamic loading and motion plays at the interface of them. The intrinsic international norms forced researchers to concentrate on power producing units and alternative source of energy. An overview pertaining to tribological aspects for improving the performance of IC engine has been carried in this paper.
The UAV Video Image Stitching Based On Improved Moravec Corner Matching Method published in

International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications (IJRSA)

Published by Science and Engineering Publishing Company (SEP)
Chaokui Li, Gang Yang, Jun Wu, Fang Wang As one kind of new image sources,UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Video is more and more used. In this paper, the image matching based on corner feature is used to achieve image stitching. Moravec operator is one kind of simple and efficient method for corner feature extraction. In this paper we do special treatment on it, which covers the distributed conjugate points over full frame with virtual grid,to improve the precision of corner feature extraction. In the process of image mosaic, we use fade in/out method to achieve video image seamless stitching.
Robust Image Normalization Using H-Connection Technique for Face Recognition published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Kozarezenko Ljudmila The article discusses the benefits and risks of the implementation of the budget for participation in human development in Ukraine. It was determined that the benefits of the use of participatory budget is the improvement and development of the strategic directions of local politics, the search for ways to make more efficient use of scarce resources, the mobilization of additional resources and the formation of active citizenship. Risk introducing participatory budget is the erosion of the legitimacy of the existing elected institutions in favor of the least accountable organizations monopolizing the processes of participation by local elites or more organized groups of the population to defend their interests; overestimation of the citizens' expectations in the context of limited resources or lack of freedom of action of local authorities in decision-making on budgetary matters. Terms of the effective functioning of local budget the participation of identified civil society capacity to participate in governance processes, the desire of local managers to open their budgets to the public, their ability to manage the process of citizen participation in the budget process, the availability of budget funds, which can be used at the discretion of the local community, the degree of institutionalization of mechanisms participation and the quality of participation, they can provide.
O uso dos tablets nas organizaes: analise do impacto no ambiente de trabalho published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Gustavo Pacheco Fontes & Paula Meyer Soares Passanezi The technological discoveries dating from the XVIII and XIX centuries. These findings significantly impacted the mode of production and the management of organizations, changing their processes and hierarchical structures to make them more agile. This work will approach about changes filed by technology in the environment of organizations, focusing on the use of tablets in the activities business and other segments of society. It can be seen that the inclusion of tablets in the corporate world has given a new momentum in the decisions and in the strategies and increased competition among markets. Keywords: Tablets;Competitive strategy; Organization;Technology; Knowledge.
Attitude of B.ed Students in Ramanathapuram Towards Internet Usage published in

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A. Pio Albina An investigation was made to find out whether there is any significant difference between B.Ed students in their attitude towards Internet Usage and their demographical variables. In the present study, random sampling technique was adopted to select a sample of 300 B.Ed students in Ramanathapuram Educational district, and self made tool was used to collect data. The result revealed that there is significant difference between B.Ed students in their attitude towards Internet Usage and their demographical variables.
Studies on distribution and sex ratio of Notopterus notopterus in the aquatic bodies in and around Gulbarga. published in

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S. V. Sathish,R. S. Kulkarni Distribution, frequency of various maturity stages and sex ratio were studied in freshwater fish Notopterus notopterus in the three selected aquatic bodies near Gulbarga. The percentage of fish catch and the frequency of fishes in different stages in the aquatic bodies (1 & 2) is slightly variable, no fishes were noticed in aquatic body 3, which is productive. The study reveals that male to female ratio was almost 1:1.1 in both aquatic bodies (aquatic body-1 and 2) indicating a slight domination of females. The analysis of chi-square values obtained for each month in both aquatic bodies revealed no significant departure from ratio 1:1. However some variation was noticed during the months of April and October in both aquatic bodies. Five maturity stages were identified on the basis of gonad condition. N. notopterus is supposed to be the fractional spawner, which is suggested by the relative availability of all the five stages during April and August. GSI values are drastically increased from January and reaching maximum during February-July. The gradual depletion was noticed from August. The OSI data indicates that vitellogenic oocytes are produced between January- February and June-July. The matured eggs are spawned in March and August respectively in both the aquatic bodies. No fishes were found in aquatic body-3.
The Challenge Treatment of Medication Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw: A Case Report published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
M Rodrguez Snchez1*, Bassi AP2, Carvalho PS3 Bisphosphonates toxicological effect on alveolar bone could be associated to medication related osteonecrosis of the jaw. (MRONJ) Oral surgical procedures as; tooth extractions, implants placements or trauma are suggested risk factors. The aim of this paper is to describe a case of MRONJ and recurrence after the first right mandibular molar extraction. A 54 years old man was referred to the Department of Surgery and Integrated Clinic of Aracatuba Dental School, Univ. Estadual Paulista- UNESP with a medical history of myeloma multiple and treated with zoledronic acid during 3 years. Her dental history consisted of a mandibular molar extraction 3 years after having finished zoledronic acid intake. After the dental extraction the patient developed a clinical features of MRONJ that was treated with antibiotics, sequestrectomy, hyperbaric oxygen, with apparently total resolution for about five month. The post-operative 6th month the patient complained of recurrent pain, exudates and swelling. Antibiotic were prescribed in addition to surgical debridement. Even though mucosal coverage was achieved during the second surgical procedures, healing occurred without signs of infection but without complete gingival coverage until the second year postoperative. MRONJ is a challenge complication and there is not a gold standard treatment.
NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY : An Emerging Research Field published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Mahendra Kumar Nanobiotechnology has multitude of potentials for advancing medical science thereby improving health care practices using many novel nanoparticles and nanodevices with an enormous positive impact on human health. In India, there are many institutes which provide facilities of research in this field. The concept paper discusses the present and future of Nanobiotechnology and its research aspects in India.
A Study of Attitude of Parents of the Ahmedabad City & Taluka Places Towards Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System published in

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Nikunj R. Vagadia The major purpose of this research was to investigate the attitude of the parents towardsthe Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System compare to the Vernacular (Gujarati) Medium Schooling System. The data were collected from 200parents of Ahmedabad City and Taluka Places of the Gujarat State. The collected data was analysed using t test. The result indicates that the parentsare much positive towards the Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System than the Vernacular (Gujarati) Medium Schooling System. There is no significance difference between the attitudes of male and female parents as well as rural male female and urban male female parentstowards Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System.
Mobile User Communication Over Wireless Network Based on Crypto-Random Method published in

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B. Bala Abirami, N. Valli Mobile communication is a process of sending data, messages, files or speaking over a mobile network. Mobile user (Mu) communicates with other user through Short Message Service (SMS) also. Formal as well as informal information can also send by SMS. Highly secured, confidential SMS messages are transmitted as plaintext between Mobile User and the SMS Center (SMSC), using wireless network. SMS contents are stored in the systems of network operators and can be read by their personnel. Since, the SMS is sent as plaintext, therefore network operators will simply access the content of SMS during the transmission at SMSC. In this paper, a new method called Crypto-Random method is proposed inorder to avoid such hacking. It uses cryptographic techniques on the confidential messages and the intermediate unauthenticated users cannot reveal the original confidential information.
Determination of Maximum Optical Range of FSO Link Affected by Atmospheric Attenuation in Spatial Diversity published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Poonam Agrawal | Sandeep Kumar Toshniwal In this paper we have analyzed free space optical communication system affected by atmospheric attenuation in spatial diversity. Spatial diversity means different numbers of transmitters and receivers in FSO link. We have taken five configurations of FSO which are 1x1, 2x2, 4x4, 8x8, and 16x16. 2x2 configuration means there are 2 transmitters and 2 receivers in FSO link. FSO link is analyzed at 1550 nm wavelength for different values of input power. Attenuation is taken as clear 0.43 dB Km , haze 4.3 dB Km and fog 43 dB Km . Maximum optical range of FSO link is calculated for constant Q factor of value 5.17. Eye diagrams are generated to produce the desired results. Poonam Agrawal | Sandeep Kumar Toshniwal "Determination of Maximum Optical Range of FSO Link Affected by Atmospheric Attenuation in Spatial Diversity" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18261.pdf
IMAGE COMPRESSION WITH TILING USING HYBRID KEKRE AND HAAR WAVELET TRANSFORMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Er. Jagdeep Singh*, Er. Parminder Singh In today’s life with the increasing use of digital data in every field every organization has to handle large amount of data. To store this digital data, large disk space is needed. In recent years a lot of research has been done to compress the size of digital data which helps to store data in low disk space and to save the transmission band width required to transmit data. Different types of transforms have been successfully used to compress the images. Image compression can be done by use of single transform or by hybrid of different transforms. Research shows hybrid transforms give better q uality of image compression and use of tiling in image compression with hybrid transforms shows better results. Wavelets provide a mathematical way of encoding data. This paper presents the methodology of Image compression by use of tiling with hybrid kekr e and haar wavelet transforms. The high frequency data will be removed & then again images are transformed back to spatial domain. The quality of the compressed images has been evaluated using parameters like MSE(Mean Squared Error), PSNR(Peak Signal to No ise Ratio), and CR(Compression Ratio) etc.
Transestrification of Karanja (Pongamia Pinnata) Oil published in

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Sriramajayam, S. The objective of the present work is to produce biodiesel from non edible karanja vegetable. The optimal conditions for best yield of biodiesel from karanja were observed with molar ratio of 1:7.5, catalyst amount of 0.3M and reaction time of 2h. The calorific value for biodiesel was 39.81 MJ/kg. The kinematic viscosity of biodiesel from karanja oil at 40oC was found to be 5.59 mm2/s. The flash point, cloud point and pour point were 163C, 14C and 1C, respectively. All the biodiesels produced in the present study met the BIS standards.
Inflation in Pakistan: Money or Oil Prices published in

RESEARCH JOURNAL SOCIAL SCIENCES

Published by TanzeemeAsatiza, Pakistan
MEHAK MOAZAM and M. ALI KEMAL The study attempted to investigate the determinants of inflation in case of Pakistan and to check the validity of monetarist stance that inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon by investigating the impact of oil prices, M2 and GDP on prices. The descriptive analysis shows there is strong correlation between money supply and prices and also between GDP and prices while the correlation between oil prices and CPI is (0.60) less as compare to other variables. The important finding of the paper is that oil prices have short run impact on inflation whereas money supply is the long run determinant of inflation in case of Pakistan.
East India Company Origin and Impact published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Nikhil Yadav Between early 1600s and the mid-19th century, the British East India Company lead the establishment and expansion of international trade to Asia and subsequently leading to economic and political domination of the entire Indian subcontinent. It all started when the East India Company, or the "Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading with the East Indies", as it was originally named, obtained a Royal Charter from Queen Elizabeth I, granting it "monopoly at the trade with the East". A joint stock company, shares owned primarily by British merchants and aristocrats, the East India Company had no direct link to the British government.Through the mid-1700s and early 1800s, the company came to account for half of the world' trade. They traded mainly in commodities exotic to Europe and Britain like cotton, indigo, salt, silk, saltpetre, opium and tea. Although initial interest of the company was aimed simply at reaping profits, their single minded focus on establishing a trading monopoly throughout Asia pacific, made them the heralding agents of British Colonial Imperialism. For the first 150 years the East India Company' presence was largely confined to the coastal areas. It soon began to transform from a trading company to a ruling endeavor following their victory in the Battle of Plassey against the ruler of Bengal, Siraj-ud-daullah in the year 1757. Warren Hastings, the first governor-general, laid down the administrative foundations for the subsequent British consolidation. The revenues from Bengal were used for economic and military enrichment of the Company. Under directives from Governor Generals, Wellesly and Hastings, expansion of British territory by invasion or alliances was initiated, with the Company eventually acquiring major parts of present day India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar. In 1857, the Indians raised their voice against the Company and its oppressive rule by breaking out into an armed rebellion, which historians termed as the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. Although the company took brutal action to regain control, it lost much of its credibility and economic image back home in England. The Company lost its powers following the Government of India Act of 1858. The Company armed forces, territories and possessions were taken over by the Crown. The East India Company was formally dissolved by the Act of Parliament in 1874 which marked the commencement of the British Raj in India. Nikhil Yadav"East India Company Origin and Impact" 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/ijtsrd17074.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17074/east-india-company-origin-and-impact/nikhil-yadav
Contiguous Neighbour Exploration through Keywords published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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G. Pushpa | G. Mutyalamma Presently days there are numerous android applications that mean to discover articles fulfilling both spatial predicate and a predicate on their related writings. In this paper, for discovering closest accommodation a basic arrangement is presented which depends on IR2 tree [1].IR2 tree incorporates couple of insufficiencies that influence its productivity [2]. To build the proficiency another technique called spatial reversed list [1] is presented that extends the standard modified record to address multidimensional data. This new SI file technique accompanies calculations which will answer closest neighbor questions with essential words progressively. As confirmed by trials, this anticipated system performs the IR2 tree in question time response essentially. Customary reflection inquiries, as change hunt and closest neighbor recovery, include singularly conditions on objects geometric properties. Instantly the best determination to such inquiries is predicated on the IR2-tree, which, as indicated amid this paper, highlights a couple of inadequacies that truly effect its power. Incited by this, we have a tendency to build up a substitution access procedure known as the deliberation reversed file that extends the standard altered list to address level learning, and accompanies calculations that may answer closest neighbor questions with pivotal words progressively. As confirmed by examinations, the anticipated procedures outgo the IR2-tree being referred to inert period extensively, ordinarily by a component of requests of greatness. G. Pushpa | G. Mutyalamma"Contiguous Neighbour Exploration through Keywords" 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/ijtsrd8235.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/8235/contiguous-neighbour-exploration-through-keywords/g-pushpa
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF IMMIGRATION POLICIES IN AUSTRALIA AND SWITZERLAND: DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Parvina Mirayubova Migration is a complex issue that incorporates the law, the economy and politics. Nowadays, migration has become more dynamic and is a complex phenomenon, which is connected not only to the social and economic situations, but to insecure and political circumstances as well. This paper examines issues pertaining to current role and development, as well as differences and similarities of the immigration policies of Australia and Switzerland in juxtaposition with each other. According to Swiss politician, Jacques Neirynck: “Switzerland and Australia, with about a quarter of their population born outside the country, are two countries with the highest proportions of immigrants in the western world”1. This article attempts to show the reasons for immigrants to enter Australian and Swiss turf and focuses on differences and similarities in the immigration policy of Australia and Switzerland. The researcher draws the conclusion that the Australian immigration policy is much more in favor of immigrants than Swiss one. As an Australian politician (who was the 22nd Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Liberal Party 1975 - 1983) Malcolm Fraser said: "I believe there is a special obligation on Australians who have come or whose parents have come here in the post-war years, to work for and maintain that Australia, because that is the Australia they came to, that is the Australia that received them so warmly and that is the Australia to which they have already contributed so much in so many different ways” 2. Keywords: Australia, Immigration Policy, Switzerland.
BOTANY, TAXONOMY AND CYTOLOGY OF CROCUS VERNI SERIES published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
R.B. Saxena The genus crocus ( Family- Iridaceae) contains ca 100 small, corm bearing, perennial species distributed Central south Europe north Africa, south Asia and west China. These species are highly valuated as ornamental plants of their colourful flowers, horticultural varieties and Industrial applications. Sub-genus Crocus series crocus verni series are closely related species; and are difficult to be separated taxonomically and have a complex cytology. Botany of c. varni series, taxonomy of their species are their infra-specific taxa are presented, and their distribution, ecology and phenology; full description and chromosome counts are proved with key of their identification. Key words : Crocus, Classification, Geographic area Cytology,, Chromosome, Crocus verni series.
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING, ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITY STUDIES WITH METHANOL EXTRACT OF TREVESIA PALMATA LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K.M. Hasanur Rahman, Joyanto Kumar Nandi, Samira Sultana, Shahnaz Rahman, Shahadat Hossan, Mohammed Rahmatullah* Background. Trevesia palmata, also known as the Snowflake Aralia is found in Lawachara Forest Reserve of Bangladesh. It was of interest to phytochemically screen and determine the antihyperglycemic and analgesic properties of the leaves. Methods. Antihyperglycemic activity was determined through oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT). Analgesic activity was determined by observed decreases in abdominal constrictions (writhings) in intraperitoneally administered acetic acid-induced pain model in mice. Phytochemical screening was done through standard methods. Results. Administration of methanol extract of leaves led to dose-dependent reductions in blood glucose levels in glucose-loaded mice. At doses of 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight, the extract dose-dependently reduced blood glucose levels by 17.9, 28.1, and 47.4%, respectively compared to control animals. By comparison, a standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide, when administered at a dose of 10 mg per kg body weight, reduced blood glucose level by 47.4%. In analgesic activity tests, the extract at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 33.3, 40.7, 48.1, and 55.6%, respectively. A standard pain relieving (analgesic) drug, aspirin, reduced the number of writhings by 48.1 and 63.0%, respectively, when administered at doses of 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight. Conclusion. Antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive activities have not previously been reported for Trevesia palmata leaves. The leaves can be beneficial in lowering blood sugar and for alleviating pain.
Effect of Thermal and Mechanical Cycles on the Hardness and Roughness of Artificial Teeth - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

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Tenan HPL, Sanit PV, Pavarina AC, Mima EG, Jorge JH* Aims: In this study the effects of thermal and mechanical cycles on the hardness and roughness of artificial teeth were evaluated. Materials and Methods:Specimens were prepared and stored in distilled water at 37C for 48 hours (n=10).The hardness and roughness readings were made in the following time intervals, according to each group:G1: after specimen storage in distilled water at 37C for 48 hours; G2: after 600.000 constant mechanical cycles; G3: after 1.200.000 constant mechanical cycles; G4: after 2.500 thermalcycling baths, alternated between hot water (55C) and cold water (5C) and G5: after 5.000 thermalcycling baths, alternated between hot water (55C) and cold water (5C). After cycling and storage procedures, the specimens of each group were submittedto surface roughness and hardness readouts. Statistical evaluation was performed by three-way analysis of variance, complemented by the Tukey multiple comparisons of means test. The level of significance adopted was 5%. There was no significant difference between G1, G4 and G5 as regards mean roughness of different brands of artificial teeth. Groups G2 and G3 showed higher mean roughness values, and generally equivalent values in all time intervals, except for Trilux (G3> G2). Significant differences in hardness values were observed in different brands of artificial teeth, and differences in values after thermal and mechanical cycling. In conclusion, our findings suggest that thermal cyclingdid not change the roughness of the artificial teeth tested, but after the mechanical cycling the roughness values increased. Thermal and mechanical cycling influenced the hardness of the artificial teeth tested.
Library Automation by Using Newgenlib Open Source Software : A Case Study of Saiyid Hamid Library(Central Library) in Maulana Azad National Urdu University(Manuu) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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M. A. Khayyum Baba, Mohd. Abdul Raheem, L. Vijay Bhasker Academic Libraries have accepted this challenge and started automation process, in spite of all constraints at their end. This paper describes the various useful service given by NewGenlib library automation software in Saiyid Hamid Library(Central Library) Maulana Azad National Urdu Univesity(MANUU). It consists of collection of Books, Serials, Manuscript, Bound Volumes, Thesis and Dissertation. User can access catalogue on internet thorough the OPAC. This paper discusses the automation process started in Saiyid Hamid Library (MANUU) and also studies how to use open source software (NewGenlib) in MANUU also studies Hamid Central Library. At the same time it also focuses on problems of using on open source (OSS) software in libraries
Ambient Temperature and the Air Quality Health Index published in

Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

Published by peertechz publications
Mieczysław Szyszkowicz* The Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) [1] was introduced in Canada to represent a summary measure of ambient air pollution and air health effects. The AQHI is primarily applied to inform the Canadian public of health risks associated with ambient air pollution. It is used as a scaled indicator of the environmental health risk. The AQHI is calculated hourly based on a formula that uses the rolling three-hour average concentration levels of three air pollutants. These are the gases: ozone (O3) at ground level, nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and particulate matter (PM2.5 - particles of air pollutants with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers or less). The formula used to calculate the index is as follows: AQHI=(100*10/10.4)*(exp(0.000537*[O3])+exp(0.000487*[PM2.5]) + exp(0.000871*[NO2]) - 3) The AQHI value is defi ned based on the relative risk of mortality associated with these three air pollutants. The coeffi cients in the above formula were estimated using the relation between acute increases in air pollution and associations with increased risk of death as determined using data from major cities across Canada [1].
Determination of copper in whole blood by differential pulse adsorptive stripping voltammetry published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Tarik Attar, Yahia Harek and Lahcne Larabi* A selective and sensitive method for determination of copper in blood by adsorptive differential pulse cathodic stripping voltammetry is presented. The method is based on adsorptive accumulation of the complexes of Cu (II) ions with benzenesulfonyl hydrazide onto hanging mercury drop electrode (HMDE), followed by the reduction of the adsorbed species by differential pulse cathodic stripping voltammetry. The effect of various parameters such as supporting electrolyte, concentration of benzenesulfonyl hydrazide, accumulation potential, accumulation time and stirring rate on the selectivity and sensitivity were studied. The optimum conditions for determination of copper include perchloric acid 0.03 M, concentration of benzenesulfonyl hydrazide 7.510-5 M, the accumulation potential of -350 mV (vs. Ag/AgCl), the accumulation time of 50 s, and the scan rate of 50 mV s-1. Under optimized conditions, linear calibration curves were established for the concentration of Cu (II) in the range of 0.62-275 ng mL-1, with detection limit of 0.186 ng mL-1 for Cu (II). The procedure was successfully applied to the determination of copper ion in whole blood samples.
QUINAZOLINE: UNIQUE AND VERSATILE PHARMACOPHORE IN THE FIELD OF CANCER published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Gollapalli Naga Raju*, Nomula Venkata Naga Sai Vijaya Lakshmi, Mutyala Sai Meghana, Rama Rao Nadendla Quinazolines are the most important class of heterocyclic compounds. Quinazoline is a bicyclic compound consisting of a pyrimidine system fused at 5, 6 with benzene ring Quinazoline is considered as an important chemical synthesis of various physiological significance and pharmacological utility. Cancer is a disease characterized by uncontrollable, irreversible, independent, autonomous, uncoordinated and relatively unlimited and abnormal over growth of tissues. The drugs containing Quinazoline groups were the first effective chemotherapeutic agents which were systematically proved for the prevention and cure of bacterial infection in human beings. Literature revealed that Quinazoline derivatives may serve as an important model on as potent anti-cancer agent. When one biological active molecule is linked to another, resultant molecule generally has increased potency. Most of the derivatives showed enhanced anti-cancer activity. So, Quinazoline derivatives can serve as future therapeutic leads for the discovery of anti-cancer drugs. This review was focused on the Quinazolines and its different derivatives that posses anticancer activities. Keywords: Quinazolines, Cancer, Cytotoxic Activity, Antiproliferative Activity, Antitumor activity.
Mobile Application for the Agricultural Mandi using E-Auction published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ritesh Kumar Bista | Rahul Patidar | Manjunath C R The Big Data analytics allude to the investigation of huge datasets gathered from different data sources, the Big Data plays very important role to discover extremely helpful data from the huge collection of datasets. The e-mandi business as of now utilizing the idea of Cloud Computing and Big Data especially to find helpful data. As an agrarian nation, India needs a created horticultural field, enabling the farmers and utilizing the advances, for example, e-agriculture, web-based promoting which can build up a solid economy. The proposed android e-auction system helps the famer to access the wide market portal across the world. This framework removes the problem of middlemen because of which famers dont get the right amount for their yield. So, through this framework farmers can sell their product through bidding system where there is possibility of getting very nice price for their product. The facilities of advertisement of the agricultural products, their worldwide marketing systems brings customer through every corner of the world. The paper centers around the Agricultural space especially Indian Agricultural framework which has been escaped these developing advancements, the proposed paper makes the utilization of Big Data Analytics to the agricultural area. The paper proposed show how farmers can utilize e-auction application to sell crops and provides various information about the generation subtle elements. Ritesh Kumar Bista | Rahul Patidar | Manjunath C R"Mobile Application for the Agricultural Mandi using E-Auction" 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/ijtsrd12918.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/12918/mobile-application-for-the-agricultural-mandi-using-e-auction/ritesh-kumar-bista
DESIGN MODIFICATION IN HEAT EXCHANGER TWISTED TAPE FOR HEAT TRANSFER ENHANCEMENT- A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nimish Dubey1 , Mr. Morrish Kumar Heat exchangers are very much essential industrial as well as domestic equipment used every day. Overall performance of any machine and many systems as a whole depends on the performance of a heat exchanger. To improve the performance of a heat exchanger it is needed to improve the heat transfer phenomena of a tube. Number of researches has been done to develop devices or means to enhance the performance of a heat exchanger. The most successful development of a component for the most efficient enhancement of heat exchanger performance is development of twisted tape inserts for heat exchanger tubes. It increases flow path of the fluid inside the tube so that more and more and more heat can be transferred from the tube. At the same time due to this twisted tape insert turbulence of the flow inside the tube can be increased. This increase in turbulence will in other way decrease the overall efficiency of the heat exchanger. So optimum design of tube insert is very essential for having maximum efficiency.
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
Close Versus Modified Open Technique for Trocar Insertion in Laparoscopic Surgery published in

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DR. VIKAS BATHLA, Dr. Pukur I Thekdi, Dr. Hard Vasavada, Dr. Shaival Majmudar, Dr. Pratik Koradia Aims and objectives: The aim of our study was to compare the close and modified open technique of trocar inserion in terms of technique of insertion, patients safety, intra operative complications and post operative complications. Study design: The present study was prospective, observational and longitudinal. Protocol of the procedure was formed along with Performa, Patient Information Sheet and Informed Consent Form. Place and duration of study: The present study was carried out in surgery department of C.U Shah medical college, Surendranagar; Gujarat state. The study was carried out from 1st October 2012 till 31st May 2014. Methodology: A total of one hundred patients undergoing emergency and elective laparoscopic surgery were included in our study. Case records of patients was recorded in the Performa containing demographic details, size and site of trocar insertion, technique of trocar insertion, intra operative, early post operative and late post operative complications were noted. Results: Out of 100 patients enrolled mean age was 29.8714.13. Out of 100 patients in the study; 51 (51%) were Male and 49 (49%) were Female. In terms of on table complications; gastrointestinal injury is more in close method of trocar insertion. Conclusion: We would advocate the modified open technique of trocar insertion as a technique of choice in primary trocar insertion as it counts more on patient safety as compared to the close technique
Science News in African Newspapers has Less Space Share than Asia: An Epistemological Case Study in Last 10 Years published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ratul Datta | Dr. Tapati Basu There is no denying the fact that, there is an increasing call for scientists and engineers to engage with the public more and more through mass media for sustainable development throughout the world. The scenario of is somehow different in Asia and African countries in comparison to European and American countries. The study involved a survey of research with selected newspapers of selected countries as sample from those two continents. This study also includes to find the active participation of the scientists through scientific articles, regular columns, post-editorials, letters to the editor etc and hence 28 different major circulated newspapers from 28 countries of Asia and Africa were chosen. There is a great need of policy which enable a higher proportion of younger scientists to get involved in public engagement and the need to reward public engagement activity in the career progression of scientists. Ratul Datta | Dr. Tapati Basu"Science News in African Newspapers has Less Space Share than Asia: An Epistemological Case Study in Last 10 Years" 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/ijtsrd15639.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/journalism/15639/science-news-in-african-newspapers-has-less-space-share-than-asia-an-epistemological-case-study-in-last-10-years/ratul-datta
Study on Effect of Gamma Rays in M1 Generations of Sunflower (Helianthus Annuus L.) published in

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Chetankumar N. Banakar , I. Shanker Goud, Vanishree, Vikas Kulkarni The experiment was carried out to induce variability in the sunflower inbreds by physical mutagen, i.e., Gamma rays. Progressive decreases in germination and survival with increase in of Gamma ray doses were recorded in M1 generation. The different mutagenic treatments showed an inconsistent relationship with respect to mean and variability. However, considerable increase in variability in days to 50 % flowering, plant height, head diameter, days to maturity, seed yield per plant and oil content was observed.
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OBTAINING OF NANODIMENSIONAL POWDERS BY METHOD OF HYDROTHERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF Cu, Co, AND Al NITRATES IN POLYOLIC ENVIRONMENT published in

Azerbaijan Chemical Journal

Published by M.Nagiyev Institute of Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry
S.T.Jafarova, A.A.Medjidov, M.M.Ahmadov, B.Yalcin, P.A.Fatullayeva, S.A.Agayeva, M.G.Abbasov The hydrothermal reductive decomposition of Cu2+, Co2+ and Al3+ nitrates in the temperature range of 220–3500С in the presence of polyols (ethylene glycol and glycerol) was investigated. It has been established, that depending on the synthesis conditions the forming of highly dispersed oxide systems of Cu–Co–Al and/or with admixture of metallic copper are possible. The products of reaction by physicochemical methods: XRF, SEM, spectroscopy in the IR and UV ranges are characterized. A correlation between the reaction conditions and the physical and chemical properties of the nanopowders was established. A possible scheme for the flow of reaction is proposed
FORMULATION OF LORNOXICAM ORAL DISINTEGRATING TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*V.P. Pandey1, R. Murugan1 and Kala Narayana2 The present work relates to the formulation and evaluation of lornoxicam oral disintegrating tablets, six tablet formulations were tried and among them, one was found suitable for oral disintegrating tablet of lornoxicam in evaluation. Various excipients for taste masking, mouth feel and fast disintegrate of tablets were tried alone or in combination with varying proportions in present study. One formulation with Kyron T- 114, microcrystalline cellulose 102, sodium lauryl sulphate, pearlitol 200 SD, sucralose, banana flavor, dry vanilla, aerosol, magnesium stearate, crospovidone XL 10 and D. M water was prepared and found suitable in present study. The present study demonstrated lornoxicam as oral disintegrating tablet for better patient compliance.
A Study of Referral Cases of Post Partum Hemorrhage- Still An Obstetrical Tragedy which is Largely Preventable published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Neetu Singh, Dr Kiran Pandey, Dr. Bandana Sharma, Dr. Guneeta Mehta, Dr. Ani Chandanan Aims: to study the socio-demographic profile, etiology and maternal morbidity in referred cases of post partum hemorrhage. Methods: This was a retrospective study conducted at department of obstetrics of GSVM Medical College, Kanpur from Jan 2010 to Sept 2013. Only referred cases of post partum hemorrhage were included. Records were analyzed with respect to demographic profile, etiologic factors, maternal morbidity and mortality. Results: Among all referred cases (1250), 61.36% of cases were due to post partum hemorrhage (751/1250). Majority of the referred cases of post partum hemorrhage belonged to lower socio-economic status and rural area. 63.52% of the patients were multipara. Most common cause was atonic (38.48%) followed by combined post partum hemorrhage (31.29%). Most common complication was hypovolemic shock (28.8%). Maternal mortality was 8.92%. Conclusion: By promoting institutional delivery by skilled personnel and timely referral, we can decrease incidence of post partum hemorrhage and therefore maternal morbidity and mortality
An Assessment Study on the Quality of Industrial effluents in and around Vandiyur Lake, Madurai (Tamil Nadu) India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
L. Leena Hebsibai1*, M.S Dheenadayalan1 and K.K. Sivakumar2 The industrial effluent samples from ten different stations near the industrial areas in and around Vandiyur Lake, Madurai were collected and analyzed for their pollution potential. The values obtained for different physico-chemical parameters were compared with standard values given by ISI/WHO. Variations in many physic-chemical parameters were observed for most of the samples when compared with standard values. The variation in the parameters such as Ph, EC, TDS for the premonsoon, monsoon and post-monsoon seasons were highly undesirable. The deterioration of the quality of the Vandiyur Lake water calls for some effective measures to be taken urgently to minimize the adverse impacts that may occur due to the contamination of ground water.
Demand and production pattern of articles prepared in the boutiques run by women entrepreneurs in Punjab published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VANDANA GANDOTRA Clothes in the present times are a medium of expressing oneself and to present a better and more confident appearance to the society. People from upper and middle class society are availing services of boutiques as per their requirements. The present study was conducted on 200 respondents running boutiques from houses and shops in four cities of Punjab (Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar and Patiala). The respondents were selected purposively by using snowball sampling technique from selected cities. The relevant information regarding the demand pattern and product range of articles produced in boutiques run by women entrepreneurs was collected by an interview schedule. The information regarding the demand pattern and product range of articles produced in the boutiques was worked out. In boutiques operating from shops, demand of Salwar Kameez, Pyjami Kameez, Designer suits, Kurtis/tops and one piece dresses was at the highest level and at par, followed by Parallel suits, Harrem pants, Lehngas and Cholies, trousers and skirts the demand for which came out to be at the second level while Sarees and blouses, nighties/night suits was at the third position. In boutiques running from houses, the most demanded products came out to be Salwar -Kameez and Pyjami -Kameez, followed by Designer suits, Parallel suits, Harrem pants, Sarees and blouses, Kurtis/ tops and one piece dresses. The least demanded products came out to be Lehngas and Cholies, trousers, skirts and nighties/night suits. The demand of all types of article was collected by an interview schedule. The data were products, other than Salwar Kameez and Pyjami Kameez was significantly higher in shops than in houses.
Prevalence and Trend of Malaria Among Pregnant Mothers in Nsukka Lga of Enugu State Nigeria: Implication for Physical Fitness published in

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C.C. IGBOKWE, D.A. ANIODO, A.N. ODO The purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence rate of malaria among pregnant mothers in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State (2008-2012). Three research questions and one hypothesis guided the study. The descriptive survey of expost-facto design was adopted for the study. The population consisted of all pregnant mothers that attended health facilities in Nsukka LGA. The antenatal case folders were used. A total number of 11,094 malaria cases were found out and used for the study. The instrument for data collection was researchers designed inventory proforma. Data generated were analyzed using frequency and percentages. The Chisquare statistic was used to test the null hypothesis. The result showed that the highest prevalence rate of malaria in pregnancy was recorded in 2008 (210.1 per 1000) while the lowest prevalence rate was recorded in 2012 (147.0 per 1000); age was a factor in the prevalence of malaria among pregnant mothers; and there was a fluctuating prevalence trend of malaria among pregnant mothers for the five years. Based on these findings, the researchers recommended among others that, increased awareness campaign and intervention strategies by the roll-back malaria programme should be maintained to ensure continuous reduction of malaria among pregnant mothers.
A Case Report: Non-Ketotic Hyperglycemia Hemichorea Hemiballism published in

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Dr. P Harshavardhan Reddy, Dr. Priscilla Joshi, Dr. Abhimanyu Kelkar, Dr. Mangal Mahajan This case documents unique radiological findings ofnon-ketotic hyperglycemia hemichorea-hemiballism in a 76-year diabetic female who presented with involuntary movements right upper limb and one episode of convulsions. T1W images showed abnormal hyperintense signal in left lentiform nucleus, anterior limb of internal capsule and head of caudate nucleus, typical fornon-ketotic hyperglycemia hemichorea-hemiballism.
Solution to Data Sharing for Confidentiality between Service Provider and the Data Owner? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Ajay Bhaisare, Prof. Prakash Prasad, Prof. Ashwini Meshram? Cloud Service Provider (CSP) provides various types of services. Such as Storage-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a paid facility provided by CSP, where data owners can outsource their data in the cloud. This having some issue of ensuring the integrity and security of data storage in Cloud. We consider the work of allowing a Trusted Third Party (TTP), on behalf of the cloud client, to verify the integrity and security of the dynamic data stored in the cloud. The data owner securely outsources confidential data in cloud. It allows authorized users to access the owners file. It maintains trust between data owner and cloud service provider.
Fasulyede (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Farklı Azot Dozlarının ve Bakteri Aşılamasının Tane Verimi ve Verim Özellikleri Üzerine Etkileri published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Ayşe Özsoy Altunkaynak, Ercan Ceyhan Bu araştırma, farklı azotlu gübreleme ve bakteri aşılamasının Alberto fasulye çeşidinde bazı tarımsal özelliklerine ve tane verimine etkilerini belirlemek amacıyla 2016 yılında Konya ili Altınekin ilçesi çiftçi tarlasında yürütülmüştür. Tarla denemesi “Tesadüf Blokları Deneme” desenine göre 3 tekerrürlü olarak kurulmuştur. Denemede kontrol (N0 + Bakterisiz), N1 dozu (ekimde 2,5 kg/da saf azot), N2 dozu (ekimde 5 kg/da saf azot), N3 dozu (ekimde 2,5 kg/da saf azot ve çiçeklenme dönemi 2,5 kg/da saf azot), N4 dozu (ekimde 5 kg/da saf azot ve çiçeklenme dönemi 2,5 kg/da saf azot), Bakteri (sadece bakteri uygulaması), Bakteri + N1 dozu (ekimle 2,5 kg/da saf azot + Bakteri) ve Bakteri + N2 dozu (ekimle 5 kg/da saf azot + Bakteri) uygulamaları yer almıştır. Denemede azotlu gübre olarak Amonyum Sülfat formu kullanılmıştır. Varyans analizi sonuçlarına göre amino asit uygulamaları arasında araştırmada yüz tane ağırlığı hariç incelenen tüm özelliklerde farklılıklar istatistiki olarak önemli tespit edilmiştir. Deneme sonucunda farklı dozlarda uygulanan azot dozlarının ve bakteri uygulamalarının Alberto fasulye çeşidininde nodül sayısı 13.20 (Kontrol) ile 19.47 adet/bitki (Bakteri + N2 dozu), bitki boyu 56.53 (Kontrol) ile 91.20 cm (N3 dozu), bakla sayı 12.47 (Kontrol) ile 17.60 adet/bitki (N2 dozu), baklada tane sayısı 4.13 (Bakteri) ile 6.27 adet (N4 dozu), bitkide tane sayısı 53.53 (Bakteri) ile 103.73 adet (N4 dozu), tane verimi 257.94 (Kontrol) ile 461.17 kg/da (N2 dozu), yüz tane ağırlığı 34.21 (Bakteri + N2 dozu) ile 37.16 g (N3 dozu), % 23.99 (N1 dozu) ile 24.87 (Bakteri + N2 dozu) ve protein verimi 23.99 (N1 dozu) ile 24.87 kg/da (Bakteri + N2 dozu) arasında değişim göstermiştir. Sonuç olarak çalışmanın bir yıllık olması nedeniyle kesin bir sonuç önerilmeyecek olmasına rağmen, fasulye yetiştiriciliğinde yüksek tane verimi elde edilebilmesi için ekimde 5 kg/da N uygulamasının önerilmesinin daha uygun olacağı kanaatindeyiz.
Biosorption of Hexavalent Chromium From Aqueous Solution on Kala Jamun (Syzygium Cumini) Seed Powder published in

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Sumideka, Krishna G Bhattacharyya A plant-based biosorbent was prepared by grinding clean, dried Kala Jamun (Syzygium cumini) Seeds and the powder (KSP) was utilized as a biosorbent for the removal of hexavalent chromium Cr(VI) from aqueous solution. FTIR, SEM, Surface area, Cation Exchange Capacity and Anion Exchange Capacity measurements were used to characterize the biosorbent. The effects of pH, contact time, initial concentration and adsorbent amount on adsorption of Cr(VI) on KSP at room temperature were studied in detail. Equilibrium was attained at 180 min and the maximum adsorption was obtained at an optimum pH of 3.0. The Equilibrium data fitted both Langmuir and Freundlich isotherms. A two-step pseudo first order kinetic model agreed well with the dynamic biosorption behaviour. The optimum Cr(VI) removal from aqueous solution was 97.5% at pH 3.0 with a KSP loading of 3.0 gL-1 at 303 K. The Kala Jamun Seed powder has proven to be an efficient biosorbent for Cr(VI) in aqueous solution.
Maternal health problems such as depression and anxiety and parent-child interaction published in

Archives of Depression and Anxiety

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Sarah Liliane Goergen*, Margarete Bolten, Martin Schröder, Marc Schmid and Christina Stadler Background: The emotional climate between mothers and their children is known to be a significant indicator for the development of childhood psychopathology. One index that allows measuring family-emotional climate is the expressed emotion measure (EE). Maternal mental strain is known to affect maternal EE, as it can shape the way a mother thinks about, and interacts with her child. Context and purpose of the study: The main objective of our study was to highlight the links between maternal EE, mother-child interaction and maternal mental problems on behavior problems in children. Data were examined from 49 children aged 5 to 7 and their mothers. The Five-Minute Speech Sample (FMSS) was used to evaluate maternal EE. Behavioral disorders have been assessed with the German version of the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL-4/18). To evaluate maternal symptoms of psychopathology, we used the German version of the Brief Symptoms Inventory (BSI). The quality of the mother–child interaction was observed during a standardized problem-solving task.
Multiobjective Constrained Optimization of a Newly Developed Needle Driving Mechanism in Sewing Machine for Performance Improvement published in

International Journal of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology

Published by Azad University Majlesi Branch
S. Ebrahimi*, I.Hajizadeh & P. Payvandy Sewing is one of the most commonly used manufacturing processes in the world. In the textile industry, development of sewing machines with optimal mechanical performance is very important. Obviously, the quality of sewing, increase of the needle transmission force and the optimal mechanical advantage are greatly dependent on the design criteria of the needle driving mechanism. Therefore, in this paper, first a newly developed needle driving mechanism of a sewing machine is introduced. Then, the concepts of transmission angle and mechanical advantage are described. Next, the multiobjective constrained optimization of this mechanism using the genetic algorithm is explained. The objective functions of the optimization problem are considered in such a way to fulfil some of the most important design criteria such as reducing the needle generated heat, reducing undesirable vibrations and increasing the mechanical performance. The obtained results confirm improvement of the required design criteria of the newly developed mechanism in this study. It is also concluded that improving the mechanical advantage of about 14% causes an increase in the value of the needle jerk about 30%. This clearly states that higher mechanical advantage, is achieved by the cost of increasing the needle jerk.
SOLUTION OF INTEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS WITH TRIANGULAR FUZZY NUMBERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Someshwar Siddi*, Dr. Y. Raghunatha Reddy Fuzzy Integer Linear Programming problem is an application of fuzzy set theory in linear decision problems and most of these problems are related to linear programming with fuzzy variables. In this paper, we proposed a method for Integer linear programming problems with fuzzy variables. Two numerical examples were illustrated with the help of the proposed method. This method is a simple tool for the best solution to a variety of Integer linear programming problems.
A Comparative Analysis of Pro-active Routing Protocols in MANET? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
B. Kondaiah, Dr. M. Nagendra A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a collection of mobile nodes that is connected through a wireless medium forming rapidly changing topologies. A collection of mobile nodes that form a network without any fixed infrastructure. Therefore, routing in MANET is a critical task due to highly dynamic environment. Efficient Routing Protocols will make MANET reliable. The routing protocols in MANET classified into three categories proactive (Table driven), reactive (On demand) and Hybrid routing protocols. But we will discuss Proactive routing protocols DSDV and WRP. In This paper provides an overview of these protocols by presenting their characteristics, functionality, benefits and then their comparative analysis parameters. These protocols will be measured with suitable metrics.
Distributed Computing: An Overview published in

International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications (IJANA)

Published by Eswar Publications
Md. Firoj Ali, Rafiqul Zaman Khan Decrease in hardware costs and advances in computer networking technologies have led to increased interest in the use of large-scale parallel and distributed computing systems. Distributed computing systems offer the potential for improved performance and resource sharing. In this paper we have made an overview on distributed computing. In this paper we studied the difference between parallel and distributed computing, terminologies used in distributed computing, task allocation in distributed computing and performance parameters in distributed computing system, parallel distributed algorithm models, and advantages of distributed computing and scope of distributed computing.
Influence of Celebrity Endorsement on Consumer Purchase Intention for Existing Products: A Comparative Study published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

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Syed Rameez ul Hassan, Raja Ahmed Jamil Advertisement by Involvement of celebrities becomes an essence in modern competitive marketing environment for high recognition and creation of strong product perception. Celebrity endorsement is the main focus of the study where Pakistani and Indian celebrities with their attributes are used for their endorsement effect on purchase intention. A sample of 300 was taken to assess the contrast between Indian and Pakistani celebrity endorsement effects on purchase intention in Pakistan. Similar and competitive brands are chosen which are endorsed by Pakistani and Indian Celebrities separately. Results of the study showed that endorsement through local and Indian celebrities has similar and not much significant influence on purchase intention in Pakistan, with no major difference by country origin of celebrity. In the study consumer celebrity relationship is assessed and confirms that attributes of celebrity (Local or Indian) are not much important for intent to purchase for existing products but quality, brand image and brand loyalty are the key factors for intention to purchase. Implication for research and practice are discussed.
Why is Sex Ratio Declining in Jammu And Kashmir? published in

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Asif Ahmad Naik, E. Selvarajan Viewing from a social prospective, gender equality is a fundamental cornerstone for achieving development results. But the gender equality continues to remain a dream to the territory of Jammu and Kashmir where the child sex ratio (0 to 6 years) and overall sex ratio have declined sharply between 2001 and 2011. This widening gender gap between male and female reflects the poor state of welfare of women in Jammu and Kashmir. This shows a continuing preference for male children over females in the last decade and it is a matter of serious concern with severe socio economic, demographic and cultural implications. The present paper attempts to study the trends and patterns of child sex ratio, overall sex ratio, decadal growth rate and changes occurred in sex ratios over the years in Jammu and Kashmir. It examines the causes and effects for the declining sex ratio in Jammu and Kashmir
Ergonomic assessment of workers engaged in tea cultivation published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NANDITA BHATTACHARYYA, MOONTY BARUAH AND NASIMA FARHANAALI Tea is the most important plantation crop and the largest organized agro-based industry in India. This industry is highly labour intensive industry where both male and female workers are engaged. The present study was conducted in Jorhat district of Assam (India) to ergonomically assess around 150 workers engaged in different activities in tea garden. Majority of the male (81.9 %) and female (75 %) workers had ectomorph body type. Postural analysis showed that angle of deviation was highest during the digging activity for males whereas for females, it was found to be maximum during deep skiffing. The average working heart rate values was highest during digging for male and of the females deep skiffing was considered as moderately heavy. The grip strength of the male workers was found to be higher for both the hands than the grip strength of female workers. Data also revealed that majority of the workers both male (93.33%) and female (100%) were found to suffer from back pain. Hence, a continuous awkward standing posture, adverse environment and working conditions increased drudgery and decrease productivity of the workers.
Pentosidine: Can Be Related To The Etiology Of Chronic Kidney Disease? published in

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Mohsen Kerkeni Objectives: Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) and their receptors are prominent contributors to diabetic kidney disease. Clinical importance of AGEs toxicity in kidney disease etiologies had been rarely reported. We measured serum AGEs, sRAGE and Pentosidine levels in diabetic patients with and without nephropathy and examined whether these biomarkers are related to the etiologies of chronic kidney disease (CKD). Design and methods: We included 30 healthy control subjects and 116 diabetic patients who were further divided into 2 subgroups: one with 30 patients without CKD, the other with 86 CKD patients. AGEs, sRAGE and pentosidine were measured in serum by ELISA. Results: Serum levels of AGEs, sRAGE and pentosidine were significantly increased in diabetic patients without CKD compared to controls (579.78 113.28 vs. 508.83 119.68 pg/mL; 169.17 30.41 vs. 148.72 32.73 pg/mL; 247.84 21.42 vs. 214.03 55.05 pg/mL, P<0.001, P<0.01, P<0.05 respectively). In diabetic patients with CKD, serum AGEs, sRAGE and pentosidine levels were significantly higher than diabetic patients without CKD (P<0.001, P<0.01, P<0.001 respectively). Serum Pentosidine levels were increased in CKD patients with tubulointerstitial nephrophathy than other etiologies (P<0.001). Conclusions: Serum AGEs, sRAGE, and pentosidine levels are related with diabetic patients with and without CKD and pentosidine levels were increased in tubulointerstitial nephrophathy. Key Words: Pentosidine; RAGE; Diabetes; CKD; Tubulointerstitial Nephropathy. Abbreviations: AGEs: Advanced glycation end products; CKD: Chronic kidney disease; CVD: Cardiovascular disease; DM: Diabetes Mellitus; eGFR: estimated glomerular filtration rate; sRAGE: soluble form of receptor for advanced glycation end products
Congestion Detection & Minimization in Wireless Sensor Network By Using Multipath Rate Organization Technique? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Prof. Sachin Patel, Prof. Rakesh Pandit, Mr.Abhijeet Rathod In wireless sensor network to achieve higher consistency and load balancing the various multipath routing protocols have been proposed. Moreover, wireless sensor network typically incorporates heterogeneous applications within the same network. A sensor node may have multiple sensors i.e. light, temperature, motion etc. with different transmission characteristics. An important function of the transport layer in WMSNs is congestion control [1]. When an event occurs the sensor node becomes active in transmitting information because of this data traffic increases and might lead to congestion that results in packet drops and decrease network performance. In this paper, we present a new technique on node based Congestion Control with Priority Support distributing the load on node as an indication of congestion degree [6]. The rate assignment to each traffic source is based on its priority index as well as its current congestion degree.
A Research on the Decisive Factors of Progress of Self Help Groups in Prakasam District published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Chidipothu Srinivasa Rao | Dr. N. Venkateswara Rao In Developing countries like India industrialisation is crucial for the faster growth of the nation and standard living of the people also increases. But the basic problem lies with establishment of new business in India, even though people are interested to work but the theres a deficiency in getting the initial investment. So in order cater the financial needs to the entrepreneurs the governments developed and introduced self help groups and also government directed banks and other financial institutions to provide micro finance to that self help groups. By making use of those funds they can fulfil their need of funds. SHGs introduced to empower rural women, who are not in a position to cater financial needs women in Prakasam District. Chidipothu Srinivasa Rao | Dr. N. Venkateswara Rao"A Research on the Decisive Factors of Progress of Self Help Groups in Prakasam District" 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/ijtsrd5771.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/accounting-and-finance/5771/a-research-on-the-decisive-factors-of-progress-of-self-help-groups-in-prakasam-district/chidipothu-srinivasa-rao
The use of TiO2 as catalyst in thin film fixed bed reactor for the treatment of landfill water published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Redha Kernani*, Nabil Mameri and Hakim Lounici The main purpose of this study is the use of TiO2 as catalyst in thin film fixed bed reactor (TFBR) for the treatment of landfill water with the high initial concentration of recalcitrant organic matter. The effectiveness treatment process was determined by the evaluation of the influence of the experimental parameters such as the pH on the Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and NH4+ concentration. The experimental assays were performed by varying the pH value from 5 to 6. The results obtained after treatment using this process was relevant. Indeed, a decrease of about 92% of the COD was achieved at pH maintained at 5. Moreover, the value of the BOD5/COD ratio obtained indicated that the water obtained after treatment are favorable for biological treatment. However, the NH4+ concentration was not affected by this process and remained at its high value.
Early Onset of Osteoporosisin North Indian Males published in

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Dr Padmasini Srinivasan AIM To study the cortical thickness and metacarpal index in 30 punjabi males belonging to socio-economically weak background staying in ludhiana MATERIAL AND METHOD Vernier callipers were used graphimetrically to observe the cortical thickness on standardised hand X-Rays of middle three metacarpals in 30 males belonging to Punjab in north india. RESULTS The data was analysed using standard statistical formulae. The technique revealed statisticaly significant low values of the same indices in about three of them below 40 years of age. CONCLUSIONS We have observed a drastic reduction in thickness of cortex and the metacarpal index in young adult males of in their early 30s during our study in punjabis relying on which I have come to conclude that bone density might depend on various dietary factors as well as genes.
A STUDY ON THE REMOVAL OF MALACHITE GREEN DYE FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING ACTIVATED ACACIA NILOTICA SHELL CARBON published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S Arivoli*, N Manju, M Hema and S. Sanmugapriya The research of the present work was to investigate the removal of Malachite Green from aqueous solution by using Acacia Nilotica Shell. Generally, dyes are used in chemical, textile, paper, printing, leather, plastics and various food industries. The need for the treatment of dye contaminated waste water passed out from the industry. In this study, Acacia Nilotica Shell was studied for its potential use as an adsorbent for removal of Malachite Green. The various factors affecting adsorption, such as initial dye concentration, contact time, adsorbent dose and effect of temperature, were evaluated. The experimental data were fitted into the pseudo-second order kinetic model. The equilibrium of adsorption was modeled by using the Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm models. The objective of the present work suggests the ANSC may be utilized as a low cost adsorbent for Malachite Green dye removal from aqueous solution.
Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain published in

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P.VIDYA, L.UMA MAHESWARI This paper describes a framework for designing the distribution network in a supply chain. Various factors influencing the choice of distribution network are described. The different choices of distribution networks and their relative strengths and weaknesses were discussed. The paper concludes by identifying distribution networks that are best suited for a variety of customer and product characteristics.
INNOVATION FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGIONS OF BELARUS 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�
Nina Bohdan; Svetlana Warhurst The article considers the theoretical problem of inclusive growth and its relevance to contemporary problems of regional socioeconomic development. Purpose: The theory of inclusive development is investigated, the value of inclusive innovation for regional development is determined and directions of innovation policy to ensure sustainable innovative development of regions of Belarus are proposed. Methodology: the article defines the rationale , the value, perspectives and features of inclusive growth for the formation of national and regional innovation systems in the countries of the former Soviet Union. This research is carried out on the basis of critical analysis of current economic literature, surveys, expert reports published by international organizations. National statistical data employed for investigation of regional innovation systems. Results. The outcome of this research proves that the issues of development of national and regional innovation systems are associated with of inclusive innovation and the development of learning capacity. The features of regional innovation development in Belarus are determined, new areas of innovation policy in the regions of Belarus are identified and opportunities for inclusive innovation in Belarus are revealed. Conclusions: Despite the high educational level of the population of Belarus, the development of policy of learning throughout the regions is vital for the formation of an innovative economy, uniform distribution of innovative activity in the regions. Belarus is characterized by a non-linear but system model of innovative development which could provide a more uniform innovative activity across country’s’ regions. The research highlights that, crucially, the involvement of small and medium-sized enterprises should be strongly encouraged for sustainable and innovative development of the regions at present stage of the development.
Daibtese:- History and Traditional Medication published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Keshav Parashar, Dr. Sushil K. Starling Traditional medicines are practiced worldwide for treatment of type II diabetes mellitus since ancient times. This review provides a comprehensive summary of medicinal plant throughout the world regarding their traditional usage by various tribes/ethnic groups for treatment of type II diabetes mellitus. Various treatment options are available in allopathic system of medicine. The prevalence of type II diabetes mellitus is increasing in all over the world. The need for achieving better control of blood glucose level has been evident in type II diabetes mellitus management. A wide number of herbal products are employed in the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus for their better efficacy and safety compared to synthetic medicine.
MOLECULAR DOCKING BASED VIRTUAL DESIGN OF SUBSTITUTED 2, 4-THIAZOLIDINEDIONES AS HMG COA REDUCTASE INHIBITOR published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Aaron Mathew Thomas, Aneeta Davis, Alanta Maria Raj, Meena Chandran*, K Krishnakumar The present study includes the docking of substituted 2, 4- Thiazoidinediones against HMG CoA reductase for antihyperchoesterolemic activity. 2, 4-Thiazoidinediones were prepared from chloroacetic acid and thiourea in presence of concentrated hydrochloric acid. Further they are treated with aromatic amines, formaldehyde and ethanol leads to the formation of mannich bases. All the 7 theoretically synthesized compounds were docked against HMG CoA reductase by using Argus Lab Software and their ligand binding energy varies from -7.20919 kcal/mol to -8.6552kcal/mol with hydrogen bonds. The lignad binding energy of 7 newly synthesized compounds shows comparatively considerable anti-hyperchoesterolemic activity than the parent 2, 4-Thiazoidinediones (-6.0179kcal/mol).
Microsurgery in Periodontics-A Review published in

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Dr. Darshana Dalaya, Dr. Amita Mali, Dr. Rohini Mali, Dr. Vishakha Patil, Dr. Priyanka Agarwal Periodontal microsurgery is the refinement of basic surgical techniques made possible by the improved visual acuity gained with the use of the surgical microscope. In the hands of trained and experienced clinician, microsurgery offers enhanced out come not possible with traditional macrosurgery
Comparing empathy in young adults of divorced and married parents published in

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Megha Kar, Jayasankara Reddy. K The objective of this study was to assess the relationship between the marital status of parents of young adults and their empathy level, in the Indian context with a sample drawn from Bangalore, Karnataka. This study employed a quantitative method utilizing comparative analysis to measure the empathy level of young adults, of married parents and divorced parents, across the domains of Fantasy, Perspective Taking, Empathetic Concern and Personal Distress. The contradiction between the the previous literature, suggesting that marital conflict and divorce may culminate in reduced empathetic functioning, and current finding, that there exists no significant difference between the same, may be attributed to a cultural difference. These findings provide scope for a more in depth qualitative study of the impact of parenting styles, parent-child relationships, social support, age and personality factors as well as those of culture in regard to the relationship between empathy level and marital status of parents.
Radioimaging in Retroperitoneal Masses. published in

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Dr. Bhagvati V. Ukani, Dr. Bhavesh R Goyani, Dr. Hinal Bhagat Background-Retroperitoneal neoplasm, a part of abdominal cavity, is diverse group of benign and malignant neoplasm. Diagnosis of this tumour is often challenging for radiologists and consists of various steps like determining tumour location and recognising specific features of specific tumours.Radiological evaluation thus play a critical role in diagnosis of retroperitoneal mass. Objectives-.To evaluates the role of radiology in investigation and diagnosis of retroperitoneal masses. To analyse the advantage and limitation of each imaging modality in the diagnosis of a retroperitoneal mass. Material and method-It was prospective observational study conducted during period of December 2011 to February 2014 at Government Medical College, Ahmadabad.Total 50 numbers of patients based on clinical suspicion of retroperitoneal mass were included in study. After inclusion in the study all participant underwentsome form of radiological examination in radiology department. Results-Out of 50 patients 36(72%) were males and 14(28%) were females. In our study most common patients were 0-10 years age group 15 (30%) followed by 31-40 years 8 (16). Lump in abdomen and pain in abdomen was the most frequent symptom seen in 40 (80%) followed by weight loss i.e. 11 (22%). Radiological investigations plain X-ray of abdomen and chest was carried out in all patients 50(100%).Next common investigation was USG that was carried out in 44(88%) followed by IVU in 34(68%),CT scan in 22(44%).In this study out of 50 cases 27(54%) were malignant lesions and 23(46%) were benign. Among lesions renal lesions was most common 19(38%) followed by suprarenal lesions 5(10%). In renal lesions most common lesions were Wilms tumour (7/19) 37% followed by renal cell carcinoma (4/19)21%. Conclusion- Interventional radiology is very useful as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool. It significantly change patient management. Practice of conservative surgery has increased and found to be curative in increasing number of patients. Integrated imaging should be practiced in the best possible manner to provide the diagnostic information in quickest, least expensive and least invasive way possible.
Efficacy of fungicides and phytoextracts againstAlternaria spp. causing leaf spot on cotton in vitro published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.K. MEENA* AND R.S. RATNOO Of the eight fungicides tested in vitro, mancozeb and hexaconazole were found most effective to inhibit the mycelial growth of Alternaria spp. at 0.2% concentration. Phytoextract, azadiractien was superior over karanz oil and mustard oil to inhibit the mycelial growth. In potted plants, minimum disease severity were obtained in mancozeb and hexaconazole followed by copper oxychloride and tilt. All treatments as foliar sprays were able to reduce disease severity over untreated control at 0.2% followed by 0.1% concentration. Mancozeb and hexaconazole were found effective in management of Alternaria leaf spot of cotton
ACCURACY OF ORAL MUCOSAL MEASUREMENTS USING CBCT A ND BARIUM EMBEDDED DENTURE BASE published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Dr. Sujatha S. * , Dr. Ankit Saxena , Dr. Babashankar Alva , Dr. Mahantesh S. , Dr. Nithin Thomas , Dr. Aninditya Kaur , Dr. Shivani Sharma , Dr. Rashmi Kejriwal , Dr. Apoorva Kumar , Dr. Aoujashwei Sahi Objective The dimensions and relationships of the periodontal structures are vital in various dental specialties. Paper describes a simple, novel, noninvasive and a promising technique which illustrates and validates the possibility of radiographically vis ualizing and metrically assessing oral hard and soft tissues of the periodontium. Materials and Methods A total of 14 periodontally healthy, dentate subjects with no severe crowding, rotation, or spacing in the maxilla, and no history of palatal disease o r surgery participated in this study. Maxillary impression of the patient made using additional polyvinyl impression material. Maxillary CBCT images of the patients with the barium incorporated denture base in place were obtained using Carestream CS 3D 93 00 C machine with the FOV of 5X10 cm at 90 Kvp, 6.3 mA, scanning time 8 secs and angle of rotation 270 degrees. Analysis was done using CS 3D Dental Imaging Software. Results A strong correlation in the measurements of thickness of the palatal masticatory mucosa by both methods (r=0.90; p<0.01). Mean palatal masticatory mucosa thickness was 2.74 mm (range: 2.0 to 6.03 mm) on CBCT and on physical measurements it was found to be 2.6 mm (range: 2.0 to 5.03 mm). Conclusion Barium sulphate dry, white, chalky powder, appears white (radio - opaque) on the X - ray film. Its applications in medicine include barium meal a diagnostic test used to detect abnormalities of the esophagus, stomach and small bowel using X - ray imaging. This coherent property of radio opacity o f barium helped us visualize and analyse the oral hard and soft tissues on maxillary CBCT images as well.
BI-REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN AFRICA: AN EVALUATION OF THE MAJOR CHALLENGES OFTHE COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA (COMESA) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Dr. Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim & Nwokedi Lawretta Obiageli Regional Integration is seen as a means of encouraging trade and achieving economies of scale. The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)which replaced the Preferential Trade Area of 1981(PTA) and established by COMESA Treaty of 1993 ratified a year later in Malawi is one of Africa's largest regional trading block. This paper begins by looking at the history, theoretical issues, aims and objectives, COMESA's administrative and decision making structure, achievements and challenges facing this 22 member group. Books, journals, articles from various authors, reports and data from UNTAD, COMESA secretariat were utilized. It finds that a lot of agreements have been signed by the member countries and some important institutions like PTA Trade and Development Bank, the COMESA Clearing House, the COMESA Re-insurance Company and the Trade Information Document Centreto enable them achieve their aims. The market transformed into a Free Trade Area (FTA) in 2000 while the COMESA Customs Union was launched in Harare, Zimbabwe in 2009. Intra trade among member countries has not increased as expected due to over dependence on few and similar primary products. In addition, standard of living has not improved in these countries as ten (10) out of the twenty two members are among the poorest countries in the world.Other issues and concerns affecting the progress of COMESA include lack of government political will &commitment, overlapping memberships, inadequate infrastructure, reliance on capital rather than labour intensive techniques of production, Africa's debt burden, lack of information, underdeveloped human capabilities, unequal distribution of benefits,war damage, disease, drought,bribery and corruption.These issues appear to have made building a successful economic groupings in African an overwhelming task, despite its perceived importance in the increasingly globalized world. Project cooperation, research and a commitment to intensify efforts in eliminating or at least reducing the many obstacles currently affecting the regional group would help address some of these problems and create a healthy basis for regional and global trade integration.
Performance of Indian Banking Sector – Challenges and Opportunities published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr. RAJESH C. JAMPALA Dean, Academics & Administration, Department of Commerce and Business Administration, P.B. Siddhartha College of Arts & Science, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India, 520 010. Dr. Lt. M. DHADURYANAIK Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Prasad V. Potluri Siddhartha Institute of Technology, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India, 520 010. Abstract Efficiency and profitability of the banking a sector in India has assumed primal importance due to intense competition, greater customer demands and changing banking reforms. This study attempts to measure the relative performance of Indian banks. The performance of the banking sector is more closely linked to the economy than perhaps that of any other sector. The growth of the Indian the economy is estimated to have slowed down significantly. The study observed that the credit growth in India has seen a declining trend over the last three years due to a decline in economic activity leading to a moderation in industrial output, leveraged corporate balance sheets and low capital expenditure (CAPEX) plans to result in a decline in credit demand and asset quality overhang making banks cautious in lending. It found that the key to increase profitability is increasing productivity. For this we have recommended some suggestions to tackle the challenges faced by the banks particularly public sector banks.
The Utility of Positron Emission Tomography Scanning in Parkinsons Disease published in

American Research Journal of Medicine and surgery

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Dr. Jason Seewoodhary1 ,Dr. Stephen Wong MD FRCP (UK)2 Positron Emission Tomography (PET) can visualise progression of Parkinsonian pathophysiology from early- through to end-stage disease generating objective quantitative longitudinal data, which enables assessing responses to treatment. The utility of PET scanning in the management of Parkinson's Disease is further exemplified by: refining the differential diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease as a distinct neurochemical entity; monitoring the efficacy of foetal nigral tissue transplantation; assessing the effects of surgical interventions such as deep brain stimulation; and guiding clinical management by studying the effects of drug-induced adverse effects. This concise review critically considers the role of PET scanning in the management of Parkinsons Disease.
SIGNIFICANCE OF COINCIDENCES IN HARDY’S NOVEL TESS OF D’URBERVILLES published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
C. Venkata Subba Rao Hardy’s novels often appeal to the readers on account of the philosophy of life that they offer. To be more precise and direct, the readers’ response depends on the philosophy of life as they receive from the novels. Most often the discussion happens on why and how Hardy constructs his plots leaning more on to ‘Fate’, ‘Destiny’, ‘Chance’ and ‘Coincidence’. When we put these terms in a proper perspective for better understanding, any incidence is a coincidence as it happens due to chance and it is received as destiny which is the imposition of fate. So, one way of understanding is that ‘coincidence’ is the visible manifestation of fate and ‘fate’ is the invisible source of all coincidences. ‘Chance’ and ‘destiny’ are the interpretative tools or assumptions that try to explain the causative link between ‘coincidence’ and ‘fate’. The present article aims at highlighting the significance of ‘coincidences’ that have lead to a series of tragic events in the life of Tess and make the novel seemingly unreasonable but highly impacting on the minds of the readers.
Safety and Inspection for Preventing Fouling in Oil Exchangers published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Mehrdad Setoudeh; Amir Samimi; and Soroush Zarinabadi One of the most costly problems in the maintenance of heat exchangers is defouling, which results in a waste of time and money. The present study includes two parts: the first section addresses fouling factor, its disadvantages, and circumstance of formation, fouling types, and general models of the fouling . In the second part, the problem of fouling in oil exchanger and particular type of fouling, namely, wax fouling in the oil mixtures has been studied . This paper reviews the fouling which is the most important parameter in designing heat exchanger and states the losses of the oil industry and other industries related to ignoring this issue. Failing to estimate this factor correctly, can result into problems in exchanger and as a result fluids of the process fail to reach the desired temperature. This paper tries to present solutions to deal with the problem of fouling in the oil industry and assesses the financial loss that comes from deposits in the industry.
An Practical Approach Towards Evaluation of Acquired Hemolytic Anemia published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Sharat Kumar B Jaikar, Dr. Divya N S Acquired hemolytic anemia represents a group of disorders in which premature destruction of red cells is triggered by extrinsic factors. In our study, we have evaluated 76 cases of acquired hemolytic anemia where immune hemolysis accounted for 52.6% (n=40) and fragmentation hemolysis in 44.7% (n=34). Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) and microangiopathic hemolytic anemia (MHA) were the two most frequent causes accounting for 44.7% (n=34) and 39.5% (n=30) of acquired hemolysis. Peripheral smear examination revealed spherocytes in 94% (n=32) cases of immune hemolytic anemia and schistocytes in all cases of microangiopathic hemolytic anemia (MHA). Also microspherocytes were seen in 40% of MHA. Complete blood counts and morphology of blood smear can gives valuable information regarding the cause of acquired hemolysis
THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ABOVEGROUND BIOMASS, PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY, PRECIPITATION AND TEMPERATURE IN GRAZED AND UNGRAZED TEMPERATE GRASSLANDS FROM NORTHERN TURKEY published in

Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science

Published by Black Sea Publishers
Erkan YALÇIN In this study, it is evaluated the relationship between in climate and variability in above-ground net primary production (ANPP), above-ground live biomass (AGLB) and peak above-ground live biomass (PAGLB) in grazed and ungrazed temperate grasslands from northern Turkey. Rain use efficiency (RUE) is averagely estimated as 0.51±0.11 and 0.85±0.20 gDM.m-².mm-¹.yr-¹ in grazed and ungrazed stand of the study area respectively. The monthly and annual precipitation indicate to have linear relationship with ANPP and PAGLB according to the regression analysis in ungrazed and grazed stands of study area. RUE of ungrazed stand was generally higher than grazing stand
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

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??????????? ????????? ??????????? Discount rate, important value-driver within the income approach towards business valuation, is the main issue of the article. Key methodological elaborations, those allow to extend precision of discount rate estimation, are determined.
To evaluate the effectiveness of selected intervention in reducing level of pain perception and anxiety among primi gravida mothers published in

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Angel Rajakumari. G Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of companionship in terms of level of pain perception and anxiety among primi gravida mothers. Participants and setting: The study was conducted in vijayalakhmi Hospital, in suryapet in with 700 annual births. The primi gravida mothers were recruited and were allocated by non-probability purposive sampling technique into the two arms of the study, but only 20 in study and 20 in control group participants. Intervention: The study group received companionship interventions. The study group, the investigator assessed the level of labour pain by using modified Combined Numerical Categorical Scale and anxiety by using numerical and Hamilton anxiety scale. Before starting the intervention, pre assessment level of pain perception and anxiety was done. On the second, third, fourth and fifth assessment was done every one hour intervals, the level of pain perception and anxiety was assessed among the primi garavida mothers in both the groups using the same scale. But in the control group, pre and post test was assessed without administering the companionship intervention. Measurement and findings: The investigator found that presence of companion during the time of labour will give positive responses such as less anxiety and reduction of pain perception, coping with anxiety and increased maternal satisfaction. This study revealed that there was high significant difference found in pain perception and anxiety at p<0.001level between study and control group. Conclusion: The findings concluded that the women in the experimental group had reduction in the level of pain perception and anxiety when compared with control group, hence companionship can be incorporated has an effective pain and anxiety reducing measure among primi gravid mothers during first stage of labour.
Transformational Planning for Artificial Intelligence published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prachi Shah | Praveen Gautam AI - Artificial Intelligence has a considerably different meaning, unique things and diverse functions. Each person looks at it as a distinct theory, an artificial human created core and computer development program, and a system that requires human intelligence and performs special tasks beyond human capacity, such as decision-making, speech recognition, visual perception, and translation of languages.The theory and practice of AI have an origin dating back to 1950 and thereafter, a gradual progress was made to substantiate its precise meaning and performance. Considering the rising number of virtual world providing an implicit significance to its theory and practice for the last several decades, an acute interest in AI has now reignited. The dynamic and rapid technological and scientific development pace of AI has created difficulty to predict precisely what path we should take to enable us to alter this world in ways we need to comprehend it, resulting in policies and laws to remain one step at the back of all the technological development.The human beings are very sophisticated and robust intellectual living gadgets on the mother earth, as we have our own intelligence to take decisions, and therefore, we ruled and controlled other living creatures of this planet. In the course of time, we learned and acquired various dynamic skills, necessary for survival, yet, our search process went further to explore more than what we have and wanted. The infinite intelligence having no boundaries started to visualize and invent means to help us save more time and to ensure better health, more security and safety and thus ventured to formulate and devise machines that can extend our intellectual capacity for the multitask activities, and memorizing more information than available presently. Hence, while imagining the ways to improve our functioning, the first Analytical Engine, Turing-Complete computing machine was invented in 1833 by Charles Babbage, and from that time, the computer machines have transformed Analog era towards the Digital Era. In short, AI is a computational human behavior model, which programs and externally behaves like humans. It is a human extended thought of the computational model, with specific programs that internally operates like humans do. Prachi Shah | Praveen Gautam"Transformational Planning for Artificial Intelligence" 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/ijtsrd11666.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11666/transformational-planning-for-artificial-intelligence/prachi-shah
HAEMODYNAMIC CHANGES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS AFTER SPINAL ANAESTHESIA HYPERBARIC BUPIVACAINE VS ISOBARIC BUPIVACAINE published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Dr. M. Paul Wilson * , Dr. Bennet Abraham Haemodynamic changes were compared in two groups of elderly patients after spinal anaesthesia. Control group received hyperbaric bupivacaine 0.5% and study group received isobaric bupivacaine 0.25%. Systolic blood pressure, mean blood pressure and heart rate were compared. The difference in drop in blood pressure between both groups was found to be statistically not significant even though the mean fall in blood pressure was slightly less in the study group. The change in heart rate was similar in the control group and the study group. So hyperbaric bupivacaine and isobaric bupivacaine caused similar haemodynamic changes in both the groups.
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.
INVESTIGATION MECHANISMS AND KINETICS OF OXIDATION IODIDE IONS IN HYDROTHERMAL WATERS VARIOUS OXIDANTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ibragim A. Umbarov The paper studies oxidation mechanism and kinetics of iodide ions in hydrothermal waters in various oxidants. Physico - chemical studies of technologic extraction of iodine from underground water containing iodine combinations
Efficient and Secure Ids For Manets With Lower Overhead published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prasya.V Mobile ad hoc networks and wireless sensor networks have promised a wide variety of applications. However, they are often deployed in potentially adverse or even hostile environments. Therefore, they cannot be readily deployed without first addressing security challenges. Intrusion detection systems provide a necessary layer of in-depth protection for wired networks. However, relatively little research has been performed about intrusion detection in the areas of mobile ad hoc networks and wireless sensor networks. Among all the contemporary wireless networks, Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET) is one of the most important and unique applications. On the contrary to traditional network architecture, MANET does not require a fixed network infrastructure; every single node works as both a transmitter and a receiver. Nodes communicate directly with each other when they are both within the same communication range. Otherwise, they rely on their neighbours to relay messages. The self-configuring ability of nodes in MANET made it popular among critical mission applications like military use or emergency recovery. However, the open medium and wide distribution of nodes make MANET vulnerable to malicious attackers. In this case, it is crucial to develop efficient intrusion-detection mechanisms to protect MANET from attacks. In this paper, we propose and implement a new intrusion-detection system specially designed for MANETs. Compared to contemporary approaches, it demonstrates higher malicious-behaviour-detection rates in certain circumstances while does not greatly affect the network performances.
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.
Implementation of Real-Time Taxi Ride Sharing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nikit Sonule | Prof. M.S. Khatib | Prof. Farhenna Shaikh This Project is designed to create a Real-time taxi ride Sharing Application. It works by accepting a real-time ride requests from the passengers sent through smartphones and schedules proper taxis to pick them up via ridesharing. The monetary constraints of the application are to provide benefits for both passengers and taxi drivers, passengers pay less amount compared with no ridesharing and get compensated if their travel time is lengthened due to ridesharing, taxi drivers will make money for all the detour distance due to ridesharing. This paper gives an overview of the taxi-sharing service, key algorithms for dynamic rideshare matching processes. It uses a special request called as seek and offer request, through which a rider can seek the request send by the driver and the driver can offer the request to the riders or passengers and depend upon the distance the cost is calculated, when a particular rider or passenger reaches to a destination. It introduces the concept of seeking and offering the ride request. Nikit Sonule | Prof. M.S. Khatib | Prof. Farhenna Shaikh"Implementation of Real-Time Taxi Ride Sharing" 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/ijtsrd11171.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11171/implementation-of-real-time-taxi-ride-sharing/nikit-sonule
Social Sector Development in the Tribal Community: A Study in Warangal District of Telangana State published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ankasala Samba Siva Rao The study is divided into four parts, part one deals with the introduction of social sector, part two deals with the methodology and objectives, the empirical data analysis is in the part three and the conclusion and suggestions are in the fourth part
Modified Ratio Estimators for Population Mean Using Function of Quartiles of Auxiliary Variable published in

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J. Subramani and G. Kumarapandiyan The present paper deals with some new modified ratio estimators for estimation of population mean using the quartiles and its functions of the auxiliary variable. The bias and the mean squared error of the proposed estimators are obtained and are compared with some of the existing modified ratio estimators. As a result, we have observed that the proposed modified ratio estimators perform better than the existing modified ratio estimators. These are explained with the help of numerical examples.
Real Time Implementation of PI Controller for Conical Tank System published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Akash A. Patel, Kuldip H. Tarpara This paper deals with control of nonlinear system like conical tank system via interfacing of plant with PC using Arduino. Control of such nonlinear system is difficult task due to continuous changing of its cross sectional area with respect to height. In this paper real time conical tank system is controlled by PI controller with the help of Arduino board and Matlab/ Simulink. The conical tank system is represented as a FOPDT model. For each steady state operating point, the FOPDT transfer function is identified, then controller tuning strategy has been applied using direct synthesis method and model of conical tank system is implemented in Matlab/Simulink environment. At the end of experiment comparison is done based on time domain specifications between real time result and simulation result of plant.
Effect Of Plyometric Training And Combination Of Weight And Plyometric Training On Selected Psychological Variables Of College Men Football Players published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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A.MUTHUKUMAR, Dr. G. SOKKANATHAN The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of plyometric training and combination of weight and plyometric training on selected psychological variables of college men football players . To achieve this purpose, 45 male students studying in the various colleges of Madurai, Tamilnadu, were selected. They were divided into three equal groups and each group consisted of 15 subjects. Group-I performed plyometric training, group-II performed combination of weight and plyometric training and group-III acted as control group. Anxiety and Stress were selected as criterion variables and they were tested prior to and immediately after the 12 weeks of yogic programmes by using Stress Inventory Scale and State and Trait Anxiety Scale (Questionnaire method) respectively. The collected data were statistically examined for significant difference if any, by applying Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). Since three groups were involved, Scheffe S test was used as post-hoc test to find out any difference between the groups. The result of the study shows that there was significant improvement for plyometric training and combination of weight and plyometric training of college men football players on selected criterion variables such as Stress and Anxiety.
The Image Quality in Computer Tomography Using Curve-let Transform published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.Selvi, J.Vanitha, S.Yasotha? The purpose of the ct-image de-noising is an important research topic both in image processing and biomedical engineering. Independent component analysis (ica) is a statistical technique where the goal is to represent a set of random variables as a linear transformation of statistically independent component variables. The curve let transform as a multiscale transform has directional parameters occur at all scale, locations, and orientations. in this proposed a new model for ct medical image de-noising, which is using independent component analysis and curve let transform. By this approach could remove more noises and reserve more details, and the efficiency of our approach is better than traditional de-noising approaches.
Effects of Tillage Methods on Grain Yield of Maize published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Yal Nco Kun This study was conducted to investigate some effect of different tillage methods on grain yield and some characters of maize.Days to flowering, plant height, first cop length, grain cop ratio, grain humidity and grain yield was observed. It was determined that traditional tillage method had higher values with regard to grain yield than other methods. These effects may be due to weed competitionand soil oxygen capacity becauseweed intensity in zero tillage was higher than others. It was considering that only herbicide application for weed management was not sufficient for high yielding maize culture
PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SCIATILON SOFT GEL CAPSULE FOR ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITY published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Therasilin Louis*, Nishanth Gopinath Objectives: Aim of the present work was to investigate the anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of Sciatilon Soft Gel Capsule. Material and Methods. The anti-inflammatory of Sciatilon Soft Gel Capsule was assessed by using the carrageenan induced paw oedema in rats. The hot plate test was performed to assess analgesic effects Potential in mice. Results: Among the doses Sciatilon Soft Gel Capsule (Sct) showed comparable activity with standard drug Indomethacine. Sct significantly (p < 0.05) reduced carrageenan induced paw oedema in a dose dependent manner. In hot plate method Sct 12mg/kg showed better analgesic activity than the other dose. POR showed comparable ulcer reducing potential (p<0.01) to that of standard drug Indomethacin (Ind) Conclusions: The results of this study demonstrated that Sciatilon Soft Gel Capsule 12mg/kg possesses biological activity that is close to the standards taken for the treatment of peripheral painful or/and inflammatory conditions.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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The Role of the Organizational Communication In Achieving the Corporate Social Responsibility Goals published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Borca Cristina, Penta Paula, Sarca Ioana In the last years, organizationsaremore concernedby the necessityof environmental, social and economic responsibility. The new challenges should be treated in a complex organizational sustainability strategy that cover all aspects of internal and external organizational communication, based on organization size, market positioning, reputation and desired effects. The specific objective of this paper is to characterize the relationship between organizational communication and corporate social responsibility, highlighting the perception of the employees in achieving objectives.
EXCLUDED BY INCLUSION: THE TURK IN SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Mustafa ŞAHİNER Reference to the Turk was a common practice in early modern plays. There were, in fact, a large number of plays dealing with the Turks by major playwrights of the period such as Shakespeare, Marlowe, Greene, Peele and Dekker. Apparently, the Turk was a safe subject to write about for the book market as it guaranteed sales. Thus, in a way, they were included in the lives of the theatre audience as well as the rest of the nation that knew about the Turk through broadside ballads. However, this inclusion of the Turk in the lives of the English nation did not necessarily mean that they were well received. Most of the works dealing with Turks drew a negative picture of the Turk as strong and menacing enemy whose religion was a threat to Christianity. Although recent scholarship has shown multidimensional readings of Shakespeare‘s plays, his approach cannot be held separate from the common notion of the Turk prevalent among the playwrights of the period as well as the English nation as a whole. This paper aims to analyse the inclusion of Turkish race as well as references to them in some of Shakespeare‘s plays to understand to what extent they are actually excluded from the English society as the other.
Clustering Based Analytical Review for Improving the Quality of Primary Education in MP published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Dr. Anand Dev Gupta
Mukesh Kumar Soni and S. S. Gautam Data mining is a powerful analytical tool that enables educational institutions to better allocate resources and staff, and proactively manage student outcomes. The management system can improve their policy, enhance their strategies and thereby improve the quality of that management system. Data mining techniques capabilities provided effective improving tools for student performance. Different clustering algorithms have been used to measure the performance of students such as hierarchical agglomerative clustering, K- means and model based clustering to identify groups of students with similar skill profiles a clustering algorithm based on large generalized sequences to find groups of students with similar learning characteristics based on their traversal path patterns. The main indicator of the quality of elementary education can be visualized in terms of its product like the learners achievement both in scholastic and co-scholastic areas i.e. the performance in various subjects of study and habits, attitudes, values and life skills necessary for becoming a good citizen. Quality issues in elementary education will revolve around the quality of infrastructure and support services, opportunity time, teacher characteristics and teacher motivation, pre-service and inservice education of teachers, curriculum and teachinglearning materials, classroom processes, pupil evaluation, monitoring and supervision etc.
THE VERTICAL THERMOSYPHON WITH LARGE RAYLEIGH NUMBERS, PRINCIPLES AND EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION. published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
DJANNA KOFFI Francis 1 * , MTOPI Blaise 2 , LONTSI Frédéric 1 , TAMBA Jean Gaston 1 , ENGOLA Dieudonné Arsène 1 , MONKAM Louis 1 In this paper we remind the two categories of thermosyphon and energy balances that govern their operation. Especially for thermosyphons of second order (where the condition of mechanical equilibrium is not verified), it is established the important influe nce of the pressure losses in the air flow system according to the operation of the chimney with temperature or flux density imposed. Velocity and temperature measurements were performed for different levels of obstruction of the chimney with large Rayleig h numbers. The results obtained allow us to validate the assumptions made on circulating flows and the possible occurrence of return flows in the output sections.
EFFECT OF COFFEE ON MICRO ORGANISM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rashmi Mishra* The research work in this paper is on effect on coffee on the growth of microorganism. Caffeine is the active component of coffee .I t is a plant alkaloid which is found in more than 60 plant species just like coffia arabica (Coffee), Thea sinensis (Tea plant).It is plant product that is most commonly found in coffee beans, tea, cocoa and chocolates. Caffeine is also found in some prescriptio n and non - prescription drug including cold, allergy and pain relievers. And it is mostly used by human. In this experiment we extract the caffeine from coffee powder using organic solvent (Ethyl acetate). The effect of caffeine was studied on Bacillus cere us. The caffeine proved the result show as Antibacterial agent.
COMPARISON OF MICROSTRUCTURE OF AL-CU ALLOYS CAST IN CALCITE INVESTMENT SHELL AND DRY SAND MOULDS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A. Chennakesava Reddy The investment shell moulds were fabricated with ceramic slurry containing calcite as a filler material and colloidal silica binder. The shell characteristics in terms of hot bending strength, thermal expansion and thermal conductivity were measured. The microstructure and tensile strength of Al-Cu alloys cast in calcite investment shell and dry sand moulds were compared. The thermal conductivity of calcite investment shell moulds decrease with increase of temperature. In the 5-10% Cu alloys there is little difference in structure between the as-cast alloys.
TIME HISTORY ANALYSIS OF VERTICAL IRREGULAR BUILDINGS USING ETABS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr Ashwin Hardiya1*, Mr Arpit Chawda It is critical to test and perform seismic building analysis as lots of damage and structural losses causes due to earthquake in past. It is compulsorily desired to analyse response of building structure for possible losses. Seismic response for real time history is required to perform to design building under seismic consideration. The research includes analysis of four different building models which are vertically irregular. The method selected is vertical irregular problem analysis with respect to time history analysis. Four building models are considered with time history reference data to perform and conduct research work. Software used to perform analysis is ETABS. All analysis are compared for outcomes such as deflection, base reaction and stress. The data collection is then arranged mainly in the tabular format for deflection, base shear and stress. The complete building analysis and data outcomes are arranged together. Time history based analysis is tested for vertical irregular buildings and cases. Result and discussion is described with the help of graphs and the graphs were critically analysed and studied to conclude the outcome and summary of analysis from each graph.
Empirical Analysis of Internal Migration Influence on Development in Ghana From 1990 to 2012 published in

Journal of Social Science Studies

Published by Macrothink Institute
Nicholas Awuse, Patrick Tandoh-Offin Using 800 questionnaire responses from seven regions (out of the ten regions in Ghana), this study determines how internal migration can be used to promote development in Ghana. One hundred questionnaires each was sent to three regions in the north and one hundred and twenty questionnaires to four metropolitan areas (Tamale, Accra, Kumasi and Sekondi/Takoradi). This was because these are migrants concentrated areas The data were collected by ten research assistants and twenty students from the three Universities, namely; University for the Development Studies, University of Education, Winneba and Technical Universities. The investigations show that there is a positive relationship between internal migration and socioeconomic development because the make available opportunities for access to immediate and flexible labour force. The study, therefore, recommends for policy makers to critically look at the state of internal migration in Ghana so as to institute policies that lessen the burdens of internal migrants. There is also the need to explore avenues for enhancing the resource capabilities of current migrants and their beneficiaries as a potential strategy to diversify their remunerative options in the long term.
Rehabilitation of a Partial Rhinectomy Patient with Eyeglass Supported Provisional Nasal Prosthesis A Case Report published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Dipti Shah, Kalpesh Vaishnav, Sareen Duseja, Saloni Naik. Background: Acquired facial defects caused by extirpation of neoplasms, congenital malformations or traumatic injury results in a huge functional, cosmetic and psychological handicap in those patients. These defects can be restored by facial prosthesis using different materials and retention methods to achieve a life-like appearance and function. This clinical report describes a treatment schedule using mechanically retained poly methyl methacrylate (PMMA) resin nasal prosthesis for a patient who has undergone a partial rhinectomy due to squamous cell carcinoma of the nose. The prosthesis was made to restore the esthetic appearance of patient with mechanically retained spectacle glass frame prosthesis without any prosthetic adhesives so that the patient is more comfortable and confident to resume daily activities.
Work Life Balance of Women A Key Role in Gender Mainstreaming published in

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Gayathiri Ramachari,Prof. Lalitha Ramakrishnan Gender Mainstreaming is a goal which is accepted by International organizations, but still there are many discussions going on regarding what equality means and what it does not means. Women workforce requires different policies and legislation rests partly on biological differences, in particular biological mother-hood, and the corresponding importance of maternity rights. Few special concerns given to women workforce should not be taken as gender inequality, as the women deserve for those concerns by compensating extra responsibilities at home. Many of the biggest workplace challenges facing women revolve around gender. Social norms surrounding male and female are different in many societies and hence the work life balance should be handled differently for each gender. There should be thoughtfulness for women employees, as they have more domestic and child rearing roles. The organizations where they work have an imperative responsibility in how their employees handle their balances. This paper discuss about the meaning of gender mainstreaming and work life balance, how work life balance is differently handled by men and women, role of gender mainstreaming policies in balancing the professional and personal life of women employees and the role of organizations to support women workforce
PHARMACOLOGICAL AND PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENINGS OF BIDENS SULPHUREA CAV. published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Tanzila Sultana, M. Mohi Uddin Chowdhury, Farhana Hoque, Md. Sajid Ashraf Junaid, Md. Mashnur Chowdhury and Md. Torequl Islam* In the present study, the methanol extract of Bidens sulphurea Cav. (Asteraceae) was screened for its phyto-constituents and pharmacological activities. Phytochemical investigation for secondary metabolites revealed the presence of reducing sugar, glycosides, tannins, flavonoids, saponins and gums. In the antimicrobial activity test by disc diffusion method, the extract at the dose of 500 ?g/disc strongly inhibited the growth of Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella paratyphi. Same dose of the extract found to be active against almost all the tested fungi. The crude extract of the plant showed the presence of strong analgesic, antipyretic and antifungic activity; moderate antiinflammatory, amylase inhibition activity and mild membrane stabilization and clotlysis activities. It was also found that the extract has a positive neuropharmacological activity on Swiss mice.
Survey on Secure Updates using Over the Air Programming in Wireless Sensor Network published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Naresh M. Bhagat, S. P. Akarte? Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) face many challenges including reliability, flexibility and security. When WSNs deployed in remote locations need to be reprogrammed, environmental conditions often make it impossible to physically retrieve them. Over the Air Programming (OAP) plays an important role in achieving this task. Over-the-air programming (OAP) is a fundamental service in sensor networks that relies upon reliable broadcast for efficient dissemination. SenSeOP Programming protocols provide a convenient way to update program images via wireless communication. In hostile environments where there may be malicious attacks against wireless sensor networks, the process of reprogramming faces threats from potentially compromised nodes. While existing solutions can provide authentication services, they are insufficient for a new generation of network coding-based reprogramming protocols in wireless sensor networks. We present a security approach that is able to defend pollution attack against reprogramming protocols based on network coding. It employs a homomorphic hashing function and an identity-based aggregate signature to allow sensor nodes to check packets on-the-fly before they accept incoming encoded packets, and introduces an efficient mechanism to reduce the computation overhead at each node and to eliminate bad packets quickly. In this paper, introduce SenSeOP, a selective and secure OTAP protocol for WSNs. For this purpose, the proposed protocol uses multicast transfer supported by cryptography. We evaluate the performance of our approach in real testbeds, compare it with state-of-the-art protocols, and show that this approach enables efficient and reliable wireless reprogramming.
Studies on the quality evaluation of idli prepared from barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacaea) published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
J.VANITHASRI AND S. KANCHANA Barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacea) is one of the hardiest millet, which is called by several other names viz., kuthiraivali (T), shama (H), shamula (M), sawank (T) and sama (G). An investigation was undertaken to develop value added barnyard millet idlis. Standardization trials indicated that incorporation of barnyard millet at 30, 40 and 50 per cent could be incorporated in the standard recipe to yield acceptable idlis with low fat 0.88g per cent. Barnyard millet rice idlis were developed and its nutritionally superior than the control idlis. Wide variations in physico-chemical characteristics of the idlis were noted. Average value of volume, weight, pH, spreadability, specific gravity, diameter and width of barnyard millet rice idli ranged from 1.40ml, 2.91g, 1.03, 0.40cm, 1.25g/cm3, 7.2cm and 2.6cm, respectively. The protein (6.82g), fibre (4.64g), phosphorus (122.01mg) and iron (4.05mg) were comparatively better than control idli. The organoleptic qualities of idlis were analysed by panellists on a 9 point hedonic scale and found to be organoleptically good.
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES IN BELARUS: REVIEW OF THE FIRST STAGE OF IMPLEMENTATION IN BELARUS 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�
Milkota Nataliya The article focuses on research of the peculiarities of implementing the mechanism of public procurement in the area of social services in Belarus. The goal is to analyse the process and the outcomes of implementing the mechanism of public procurement in the area of social services in Belarus in 2013-2015, reveal the problems encountered and suggest the solutions. The research was conducted based the study of documentation available and the use of common logical methods such as analysis, synthesis, comparison, generalisation, abstraction, extrapolation, etc. The finding of the research was that introduction of the mechanism of public procurement in social sphere is one of the most promising instruments for reforms in the system of social services. This mechanism will allow increasing the efficiency of budget spent and attracting private funds to resolve social problems. However, the innovative nature of this instrument for social sphere Belarus requires analyzing principles of legislation in the area of public procurement, considering the opinions of all stakeholders involved and ensuring that all methodological materials are available. As a result, problems encountered by state commissioners and social services providers during various stages of the implementation of public social procurement have been revealed: at the initial stage when the main challenge is to find the most important social problems to be addressed, to specify the solution required and document it in the appropriate assignment; at the stage when the competition is held and winners are selected; at the stage of control and results assessment. Recommendations on improving the mechanism of public procurement in the area of social services based on the results of the first stage of its implementation in Belarus are one more important outcome of the research. The findings can be used by local administrations (commissioners) and social services providers for increasing the efficiency of public procurement as well as state authorities for enhancing the legislation in the area of social services and public procurement.
Depression in Relation to Affective Dysregulation and Family Environment among Adolescents published in

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DR. IBADAT KHAN, DR. VANDANA SHARMA The present study examined the relationship of depression with affective dysregulation and family environment in a sample of 100 adolescents (50 males and 50 females) studying in Government Schools of Chandigarh. For the collection of data Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale, Affective Dysregulation Inventory and Family Environment Scale were used. Statistical techniques like Pearson product moment correlation and stepwise multiple regressions were used. Results of the study revealed that depression was found to be positively correlated with affective dysregulation among male and female adolescents. Independence dimension of family environment found to be negative correlate of depression among males but in females, organization, active-recreational orientation, expressiveness and intellectual-cultural orientation were all significantly and negatively correlated with depression. In case of male adolescents, affective dysregulation emerged as the best predictor of depression but in female adolescents, affective dysregulation and organization were found to be predicting depression independently as well as conjointly
ANTIOXIDANT EFFECT OF A HERBAL FORMULATION IN PARACETAMOL INDUCED TOXICITY IN ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Yuvarani S1, Radhika J*2, Jothi G2, Sangeetha.D1 Oxidative damage is implicated in the pathogenesis of a number of diseases. There are positive links between accumulated free radicals and drug induced toxicity. The interest in screening the antioxidant potential of plant-derived compounds to reduce the risk of diseases is increasing globally. The present study was designed to analyse the antioxidant potential of a herbal formulation comprising of Atrocarpus heterophyllus Lam (leaves), Curcuma amada Roxb (Root) and Piper longum Linn (fruits) in paracetamol induced toxicity. Wistar strains of Albino rats were used as the experimental models. The rats were divided into six groups comprising of six rats each. Group I served as a normal control. Group II was induced with paracetamol at a dose of 2g/kg bw as a single dose. Group III was induced with paracetamol and orally administered the formulation at a dose of 100mg/kg bw for 15 days. Group IV was induced with paracetamol and orally administerd the formulation at a dose of 200mg/kg bw for 15 days. Group V was induced with paracetamol and administered Liv 52 at a dose of 3ml/kgbw/day for 15 days. Group VI received the formulation alone at a dose of 200/kg bw for 15 days. The effects of the plant extract on lipid peroxidation (LPO), enzymatic antioxidant Superoxide dismutase (SOD), Non enzymatic antioxidant Reduced glutathione (GSH) and protein (tissue and serum) were analysed. The disease control group showed a marked elevation in the LPO levels and a decrease in the protein levels and antioxidant status, which was reversed to near normal in the plant and Liv 52 treated groups. The present study suggests the antioxidant potential of the herbal formulation.
Role of Panchayats in planning and implementation of Right to Work: A study of MGNREGA in District Budgam in Jammu & Kashmir published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Gazala Firdoss The Act known as National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) created a justifiable œRight to work for all households in rural India. This Act renamed as the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) is an unprecedented intervention by the Government in reforming and reenergizing the (rural) labour market both by way of correcting the prevailing anomalies and in providing livelihood security to millions of rural poor. In conflict-ridden Kashmirs rural areas that are caught in widespread poverty, vulnerability and lack of basic infrastructure, the launching of the NREGA brought a lot of hope and optimism. As in Kashmir society most of the rural poor are largely dependent on the prospects of agriculture sector which is facing the problems of productivity in absolute and relative terms in contemporary times because of climatic and other environmental and socio-cultural concerns. Thus the promised 100 days of guaranteed wage employment per household per annum at the stipulated minimum wages has not only reduced the rampant under and unemployment in Kashmirs rural areas, but also impacted the stagnant wage structure for the rural unskilled workers. MGNREGA is also a glaring example which has ensured community participation in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation (Social Audit). It also aims at enabling the local bodies to move towards good governance through the transparency, accountability and participatory mechanisms. Even the efficacy of the institutional performance and active participation of the community determine the overall effectiveness of NREGS. However, after more than half a decade of policy implementation the only major available information source about the state “ the œGovernment official figures “ do not show a healthy picture when compared to other parts of India and generate a lot of questions and ambiguity, addressing the dearth of ground level literature, which could have explained the myths and realities behind the fluctuating and comparatively low performing official estimates. This paper is a modest attempt in this direction to highlight the feasibility and contextual dilemmas of the MGNREGA in Kashmir with an empirical study of one of the most backward Districts of the Valley i.e. District Budgam. It also analyses the official figures and their limitations and provides field reflections on some of the limitations in the proper implementation of the scheme. In addition to this it highlights the issues and challenges in the smooth functioning of the Panchayat Raj Institutions in the proper implementation of the scheme. The study has been carried out with a proper scientific methodology, and to elicit the relevant information the researchers have employed non participant observation and interviews with the stakeholders as key research methods. In summation from this study policy conclusions can be drawn based on a general analysis of the set-up, past experience and the findings from the field study Dr. Gazala Firdoss"Role of Panchayats in planning and implementation of Right to Work: A study of MGNREGA in District Budgam in Jammu & Kashmir" 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/ijtsrd7058.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/chassis-engineering/7058/role-of-panchayats-in-planning-and-implementation-of-right-to-work--a-study-of-mgnrega-in-district-budgam-in-jammu-and-kashmir/dr-gazala-firdoss
A Study on Working Capital Management in Mahesh Extrusions Limited., Bellary, Karnataka published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
S RAGHAVENDRA Assistant Professor MBA PVKKIT, Ananthapuramu S SHABANA Assistant Professor MBA PVKKIT, Ananthapuramu S MUBISHIRIN Assistant Professor MBA PVKKIT, Ananthapuramu. Abstract Working Capital Management plays an important role in better performance of business organizations. The present study investigates the impact of working capital management on Mahesh Extrusions Limited. Decisions with respect to capital include maintaining relationships between an organization’s current assets and current liabilities to ascertain whether the organization is in a position to maintain it’s operations and possess healthy cash flows to satisfy future operational expenses at low prices inturn improving organization’s profit. The capitals generally move with operating cycle. This paper mainly concentrates on investigating the capacity of assets through the relation between operating cycle and profitability of Mahesh Extrusions Limited.
High rate biomethanation power generation, BIMA technology,one solution for environment protection and river water resource restoration in India. published in

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Dilip K. Sharma, Uma Bhargav High rate biomethanation power generation, BIMA technology can be one technology one solution for river water restoration, waste management, environmental protection, assessment and role of scientific technology to put cap on GHG emissions and waste to energy generation in Delhi, India. This study reveals SWOT analysis for resolving the organization deficiency. This study also represents sewerage parameters as indicators for pollution discharge and highly supportive in resolving environmental pollution issues.
A Study of Prevalence of Diabetes at an Outpatient Clinic in Chennai City published in

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Dr.R.Shanker.MD, Dr.Hemalatha Shanker.MBBS,D.cos Background : Diabetes is growing health problem around the world. Its prevalence has reached epidemic proportions. Objective : To assess prevalence of diabetes at a private clinic in urban areas of Chennai city. Methods : Patients attending a private clinic in Chennai were enrolled. Prevalence of diabetes was assessed by using fasting and postprandial blood sugar levels. Data was analyzed for prevalence of diabetes. Comparison between the two genders was also done for further analysis. Results : Around 395 patients were enrolled in the study. However, blood glucose data was available for 373 patients. 87 patients out of the enrolled patients suffered from diabetes. The prevalence was found to be around 23 percent. Prevalence in males was higher as compared to females but the difference was not statistically significant. Other parameter was found to be normal. Conclusion : Prevalence of diabetes in our study was higher in our study as compared to previous studies. Various health measures need to be implemented to control the epidemic increase in diabetes.
REVIEW ON THE DESIGN OF THE ALU PROCESSOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kaushal Kumar Sahu*, Nitin Jain Arithmetic and logical unit are responsible for all computationally intensive task which determines the speed and reliability of a processor. In other word we can say ALU is the brain of a processor. Nowadays every portable devices are battery operated so primary concern of those devices are low power consumption. But at the same time we want higher performance also so that there should not be any lag while using those devices. Graphically intensive application demands more resources and at the same time de mands more power. Optimization between speed of operation and power consumption is the key challenge in design paradigm. The performance increase can be achieved by increasing clock frequency, but it leads to some other issues such as overheating, leakage etc.
EDUCATIONAL AND OTHERS TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE PREVENTION OF THE STRUGGLE AGAINST RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM AND TERRORISM published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Arofat Abdulhamidovna Ismanova In this article, some forms of preventive work with youth on prevention of various kinds of manifestations of the religious extremism and terrorism in the modern society and some technologies for struggle again them are considered.
SPECTROFLUORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF ETILEFRINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN PURE FORM AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Khalid A. Attia, Nasr M. El-Abasawy and Ahmed M. Abdelraoof * A Simple, rapid, sensitive, accurate and precise spectrofluorimetric method was developed for the determination of etilefrine (ETI.) in bulk powder and in pharmaceutical preparation. This method is based on measuring the native fluorescence of ETI. in methanol at 304 nm after excitation at 276 nm using 1 ml of acetate buffer pH 4. All variables that affect fluorescence intensity such as diluting solvents, pH buffer and buffer volume were studied and optimized .The fluorescence-concentration plot was rectilinear over the range of 0.5-8 ?g/ml with a lower detection limit (LOD) of 0.121 ?g/ml and lower quantification limit (LOQ) of 0.367 ?g/ml. The method was validated and successfully applied to the determination of ETI tablets with an average percent recovery RSD% of 100.05 0.991. The obtained results were statistically compared with those of the reported method by applying t- test and F-test at 95% confidence level and no significant difference was observed regarding accuracy and precision.
The Great Irish Famine: An excess of Emigration to the USA published in

TAYR Quarterly

Published by Tunisian Association of Young Researchers (TAYR)
Lotfi Ben Moallem Faculty of Economics and Management Sfax Over the course of the last four centuries, migration has been one of the most consistently powerful forces shaping Irish society. Just like most contemporary Europeans, the Irish headed mainly, in their migratory move, to the New World and constituted, along with other immigrants of continental provenance, a steady flow of peoples from the Old World to the New. The Irish exodus in that period was the largest in all Western Europe. During the Great Famine, however, Irish emigration was unprecedented and became wholesale in 1853. In this paper, I study the extent of excess of Irish emigration to the U.S. As a matter of fact, compared to other ethnic groups arriving in the U.S during the Great famine, Irish immigrants constituted the biggest number of foreign born in the U.S. I also try to account for this excess of emigration. Indeed, among the various factors explaining the tremendous flight to the U.S, I argue that the pre-famine emigration was decisive in making the Famine emigration unprecedented in the Irish history.
IN VITRO EVALUATION OF QUALITY CONTROL PARAMETERS OF PARACETAMOL TABLETS IN NIGERIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Awemu G.A., Anowi F., Ramos G.F. and Tejano G.I. Paracetamol is an over-the-counter analgesic and antipyretic medicine that is used all over the world. The aim of the present study was to assess the in vitro quality control parameters through the evaluation of weight uniformity, hardness, friability, disintegration time, dissolution rate and the content of active ingredient of 20 brands of paracetamol tablets (BP 500 mg) purchased from registered pharmacies in three major Nigerian cities of Abuja, Benin and Onitsha. Qualitative identification tests for the presence of active ingredient was carried out and the organoleptic properties of all the 20 brands of paracetamol were also assessed. Results obtained revealed that all the samples had uniform organoleptic properties and contained the active ingredient as indicated by the positive colour reaction test and Passed the weight uniformity, hardness and dissolution test in phosphate buffer (pH 5.8) at 37o C. However, 30, 25 and 10 % of the drug samples failed tests for disintegration, friability and content of active ingredient respectively probably due to poor storage and / or inappropriate in process quality control assessment.
AGRESI ISRAEL TERHADAP PALESTINA PERSPEKTIF HUKUM HUMANITER INTERNASIONAL published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Aryuni Yuliantiningsih Israels agrresion to Palestina has international reactions because of enormous victims caused by that action, whom mostly were civilians. According humanitarian law, Israels agression to Palestina had breached humanitarian law principles, there are : humanity principle, limitation principle and distinction principle. Israel has done war crimes so international society asked how Israel can be justiced ? There are three mechanism to enforce humanitarian law. First, the contracting parties of Jeneva Convention State to enact any legislation neccessary to provide effective penal sanction for person committing or ordering to be comitted any of the grave breaches , second by ad hoc tribunal and third by International Criminal Court, but it is rather difficult to prosecute Israel because Israel dont ratificate Roma Statuta 1998. Kata kunci : Agresi Israel, Palestina
SAFETY MANAGEMENT AT CONSTRCTION SITE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Prof. V. A. Patil*, Prof. S.L.Gawade Today, the issue of safety management is keenly required to handle on construction site as a prime requirement. Though, the accidents are going to happen in a large scale. it is observed that about 98% of accidents on site can avoided but remaining 2 % accidents are unavoidable
In Recent era: Indication of Guggulu (Commiphora wightti) IN Human disorders published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Naveeta Agrawal , Dr. Anil Kumar -
ASSOCIATION OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS SEROPREVALENCE AND BLOOD TRANSFUSION AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Tamer ElSaid, Abdelrahman Khedr*, Ayman Seddik, Essraa Hegazy Introduction Cytomegalovirus (CMV) belongs to the Herpes family of viruses is ubiquitous and endemic in most parts of the world. Infections caused by CMV viruses are common and generally asymptomatic. It infects around 50 90% of the adults, depending on the socioeconom ic factors and other risk factors. CMV infection is a major concern in patients undergoing kidney transplantation, where repeated blood transfusion is an established risk factor for transmission. Methods This retrospective study analysed the data of 99 chronic kidney disease patients undergoing regular hemodialysis. We collected data such as basic demography, hemodialysis vintage, iron and erythropoietin - stimulating agent (ESA) therapies for anemia, and tr ansfusion history and frequency for analysis. Blood analyses for the presence of CMV - specific immunoglobulin IgG and IgM were performed to study determine seroprevalence of CMV infection in hemodialysis population and investigate the association of CMV inf ection with history and frequency of blood transfusion; which is non - leucodepleted. Results Around 75% and 69% of the population were seropositive for CMV IgM and CMV IgG, respectively. There was a non - statistically significant association with history of blood transfusion; however, frequent blood transfusions showed a statistical significant association. Conclusion CMV infection is highly prevalent in chronic hemodialysis population. Repeated blood transfusion can be a major risk factor for viral transmis sion. However, other possible routes of infection should be investigated as many patients reported no history of blood transfusion. Optimizing medical treatment for anemia and implementation of strategies to limit blood transfusion is recommended. If blood transfusion is mandated, leucodepleted blood is favoured to reduce risk of CMV infection
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE OF MEDICAL PRESCRIPTIONS IN BOBO - DIOULASSO, BURKINA FASO published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Fofana S ouleymane * , Sanogo Z akaria , Kaboré Lassané , Sondé Issaka , Sombié Issaka , Ouédraogo Richard , Yaméogo T . M arcéline , Kyelem C arole G , Ouédraogo Macaire , Ouédraogo Yacinthe , Guissou I nnocent P ierre To ensure the safety and effectiveness of drugs delivered to patient, certain references of medical prescription are made compulsory by law. This study aimed to check the regulatory compliance of medical prescriptions in the city of Bobo - Dioulasso (Burkina Faso). A descriptive cross - sectional study was undertaken between June and September 2015 to analyze digitized prescriptions in private pharmac ies chosen randomly. The regulatory compliance was checked according to the standards of the country. Prescriptions originated from private health structures ( 34 . 11 %) and first level public ones ( 17. 5 4 %). The qualification of the prescriber was missing on 68.4% of prescriptions and if mentioned it was the fact of physicians (18.92%), nurses (12.15%) and midwives (0.55%). Omissions were related to the identity of the prescriber and patient characteristics. About 64.2% of prescriptions were unreadable. The st udy has revealed a low compliance of medical prescriptions in Bobo - Dioulasso that can be improved through the sensitization and retraining of prescribers in this city.
CARRIERS FOR CANCER DRUG THERAPY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashwini Mahakal* Conventional chemotherapy drugs show lack of specificity, inducing reduced activity on the cancer treatment. They exhibit high toxicity and after a prolonged period of administration the cancer cells develop resistance (multiple\drugresistance,MDR).This situation leads to increasing the side effects of drugs and affect the quality of the patients life.In order to overcom ethe above mentioned problems, the recent research community is focused primarily on developing drug delivery systems which respond in different stimulus, in the range of nanometer. The scope of nanotechnology to develop target specific carriers to achieve higher therapeutic efficacy is gaining importance in the pharmaceutical and other industries. Specifically, the emergence of nanohybrid materials is posed to edge over chemotherapy and radiation therapy as cancer therapeutics. This is primarily because nanohybrid materials engage controlled production parameters in the making of engineered particles with specific size, shape, and other essential properties. It is widely expressed that these materials will significantly contribute to the next generation of medical care technology and pharmaceuticals in areas of disease diagnosis, disease prevention and many other treatment procedures. This review focuses on the currently used nanohybrid materials, polymeric nanoparticles and nanotubes, which show great potential as effective drug delivery systems for cancer therapy, as they can be grafted with cell-specific receptors and intracellular targeting molecules for the targeted delivery of therapeutics. Specifically, this article focuses on the current status, recent advancements, potentials and limitations of polymeric nanohybrids and functionalized carbon nanotubes as drug delivery
THE APPLICATION OF RESEARCH BASED KNOWLEDGE IN WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED TO EMBED A CREATIVE DIMENSION ACROSS A RANGE OF DISCIPLINES AND EDUCATIONAL LEVELS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Stuart Gluth, Ron Corso Creativity is currently the ‘in’ word in education (and many other areas). This paper sets out the underlying theory behind a range of workshops that the authors have conducted to introduce a creative dimension into a variety of disciplines, where a creative dimension might be expected, but the resources, skills or approaches needed to do so are absent, or have been actively discouraged by historical attitudes, compliance or political and community expectations. There is a considerable and growing research base across the social, psychological, human factors and more recently, neurological and even genetic sciences available to support the application and embedding of creativity in educational structures. These are not only valuable to formulate effective structures and approaches to achieve this, but serve as the understanding and motivation for students to embrace these approaches, of increasing importance in ways of working in unprecedented and vastly different scenarios in a rapidly changing future. This research has established that creativity is not just the realm of the individual specialized and ‘gifted’ genius or only of practitioners in the arts, but is now understood to be community based, collaborative, cross-disciplinary, something we all have and can relearn. This research has also established that inhibitors are the main reason many of us have ‘lost’ this creative capacity. The paper further describes how the workshops the authors have conducted are aimed at recognizing these inhibitors, and using this underlying knowledge to provide the necessary insight, approaches and strategies to overcome them. Keywords: Creativity, integration of theory and practice
A Review on GPS and its Applications in Computer Science? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
POOJA SINGAL, DR. R.S.CHHILLAR Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite based navigation system. GPS is used in guiding & mapping applications and also used in location services. In present days, GPS is not only provide the position but GPS is also used in various applications in computer science like wireless video processing & monitoring using mobile, localization of automobile, in fisheries & marine studies, in IEEE 802.11 networks, in auto regressive ionospheric prediction model etc. GPS & all above applications are discussed in this paper.
Marketing of rapeseed-mustard in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
HEMENDRA SINGH* AND PRATHVI SINGH The present study was conducted in the Rajasthan state as it is one of the major rapeseed-mustard producing states in India. To study the costs, margins, price spread, marketing of rapeseed-mustard in Rajasthan, Bharatpur district was selected. Producers share in consumer rupee was around 90 per cent in to channels of marketing. There was no significant difference in the price received by producer - sellers in absolute as well as in percentage term in different - channels of marketing. The marketing costs ranged from Rs. 138.03 (7.16 %) to Rs. 138.00 (7.16 %) of consumers rupee in different channels of marketing. Marketing margins ranged from 2.58 to 2.60 per cent of consumers rupee in different channels of marketing. It appears that the margins in rapeseed-mustard marketing in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan are not excessively high
Biologic Therapy For Ocular Inflammatory Diseases: An Update published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Marina Mesquida, Uveitis comprehends a wide and heterogeneous group of intraocular inflammatory conditions potentially sight-threatening and variable therapeutic strategies have been proposed. Classical treatment with steroids and conventional immunosuppressive agents is often used as first-step. However, a number of patients may not respond properly or tolerate these medications with well-known side effects. Over the last two decades, advances in the understanding of the pathogenesis of autoimmune uveitis, as well as improved biotechnology, have enabled the development of a new class of drugs called biologics, which provide selective targeting of the immune mediators of the inflammation cascade. Biologic therapies were introduced as a new option for patients with autoimmune rheumatic conditions refractory to conventional therapy and due to their success have posteriorly been used in ophthalmology to treat ocular inflammatory disorders. These new agents may potentially provide more effective and less toxic treatment than conventional therapy. Biologic therapies include a wide variety of drugs with different mechanisms of action, including monoclonal antibodies against cell surface markers, cytokines and their receptors, or recombinant forms of natural inhibitory molecules. Although some results are based on investigations with insufficient clinical trials, the majority of biologics indicate preferable outcomes on refractory uveitis, with remarkable promise to increase the possibility of long-term remission. The development of these new drugs is one of the most revolutionary advances in recent years, and the promise of shifting paradigms makes it an exciting time for uveitis specialists worldwide.
CORRELATION OF 2D:4D RATIO AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: A STUDY IN NORTH INDIAN MALE POPULATION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Vikramjeet Singh1, Reena Singla2* and Nidhi Puri3 Background: Human 2D:4D ratio attract considerable research interest because they exhibit sexual dimorphism and are linked to several traits.The objective of this study is to find whether 2D:4D ratio could be used as a marker for predisposition to CAD as assessed by coronary angiography in north Indian male population. Material and Methods: This study includes 200 males; 100 subjects with CAD and 100 subjects without CAD between age 18-80 years. Finger lengths were measured twice for both hands using digital caliper. The results were tabulated and subjected to statistical analysis. Results: 2D: 4D ratio was found more in men with CAD & p value was statistically significant. Cohens effect size was small for right and medium for left hand. Conclusion: The present study supports a positive correlation between high 2D:4D ratio and CAD in males. High 2D:4D ratio is predictive of CAD and may be used in diagnosis and in early life style intervention in Indian men.
Socio-economic factors and their influence on the production performance of commercial pig farms in India published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
H. DILEEP KUMAR, RUPASI TIWARI AND RAKESH ROY Socio-personal and socio-economic characteristics influence the accessibility to the resources, participation in decision making, livelihood pattern, standard of living etc. Most of the studies conducted hitherto in the social perspective on pig farming primarily focused on the traditional backyard pig rearing system. Very little was known about the social aspects of pig farmers engaged in commercial pig farming, due to relative newness and geographical scatteredness of this enterprise. Thus, the present study was designed to study the socio-personal and socio-economic characteristics of commercial pig farmers and their influence on production performance of pig farms in India. The cases of 100 commercial pig farmers across five states in India were interviewed using structured interview schedule. The study revealed that most of the pig farmers belonged to middle age group (67%) and were literates (83.00 %). The major religion followed among respondents was Hinduism (73%) and majority of them belonged to other backward classes (38 %). Majority had small land holding (36.00%) and small herd size (42 %). The annual income of most of the respondents (47 %) was found to be Rs.4-8 lakh. Production performance score was given to each farm based on some important production parameters (body weight of boar and gilts at first breeding, body weight of fatteners during marketing, body weight of boar and gilt at 6 months and average litter size at birth). Correlation between the production performance and some important socio-personal parameters was found positive and significant
The need for strengthening linkage between supply of funds and priority economic sectors in Ethiopia published in

Basic Research Journal of Business Management and Accounts

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Ebisa Deribie in supply side economics. Relevant data for the study were collected from different suppliers of funds and apex authorities controlling the availability of finance. It was discovered that some suppliers of funds performed poor in respect of the credit risk ratios. This could be evidenced from the fact that the Credit Risk Ratios are far from the requirement of 10% set by National Bank of Ethiopia. Generally, fund suppliers should improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness in all areas of their services, develop a continuously growing number of loyal customers, bring finance services near to the customers, and invest in the human resource development and innovative technologies. Kewords: Economic sectors, deposits, financial ratios, loans, commercial banks
Protesting Poems of Gwendolyn Brooks published in

Published by
Dr. N Seraman, Mrs. S. I . Muththamizh Selvi Poetry is the natural language of mans most exalted thoughts. Gwendolyn Brooks is familiar with racial prejudice, injustice and the fertility of directly challenging dominant white values or actions which adversely impact the Black community. The poet consistently presents situations heavily weighted with injustice to members of the black community. This paper will explore the protesting poems of Gwendolyn Brooks.
DETERMINANTS OF COMMERCIAL IDENTITY OF CITY BRANDS? published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

Published by PressAcademia
Funda Kaya, Mehmet Marangoz As commercial products, cities compete by performing branding strategies in their own market. However branding strategies serve not only to create a tourism destination attracting more visitors by differentiating from its rivals. Further to that, residents and investors are also the stakeholders that cities target within city branding. Therefore developing a city brand identity that introduces the city to new investors and entrepreneurs is important. Accordingly, the aim of the study is to examine how the commercial city brand identity elements make sense specific to Mu?la province from the perspective of investors and entrepreneurs. In this context, with face-to-face interview method, Mu?la city brand identity model was proposed by defining commercial mission, vision, values, personality, distinguishing preferences and benefits of the city through city brand identity elements. It is regarded that analyzing the meanings of brand identity elements is an effective tool in order to promote the city to targeted investors and entrepreneurs. As well as the findings of the study is limited to Mu?la province, commercial stakeholders, who were paid less attention in city branding literature that is increasingly getting more attention both academically and practically, are in focus in the study
An Environmental Study on Phytoplankton (Diatoms) in Al- Yusifiya River, Iraq published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Adel H. Talib* Fikrat M Hassan* Wessal A. Sadoon* An environmental study conducted on diatoms in Al Yusifiya river beyond its branching from Euphrates river. Four sites were selected along the river for the period from march 2013 to September 2013. The present study involved the measurement of physicochemical parameters, also the qualitative and quantities of diatoms. The studied parameters values ranged as follows: 19-44C and 16-30 C for air and water temperature respectively, 6.9-8.7, 595-1248 S/cm, 6.4-8.0 mg/l for pH, electric conductivity and dissolved oxygen respectively. A total of 74 taxa were recorded for diatoms, where the pinnate diatom was the predominant and recorded 64 taxa while 10 taxa for centric diatoms. The total number of diatoms was 1197.55*104 cell /l. The total number values were ranged as follows:( 28.3-48.6) *104 cell /l in the first site ,( 33.6-51.5) *104 cell /l in the second site,( 39.8-67.2) *104 cell /l in the third site and ( 22.3-38.0) *104 cell /l in the fourth site. Two species Asterionellaformosa Hassall and Diploneispuella Schumann were noticed in site 2 only, while C. prostateBerkeleyfound in all studied sites expect in site 1. StephaenodicushantzschiiGrunow and Didymosphenia geminate (lyngb.) Schmidtwere recorded in sites 1 and 3, Anomoeoneissp was recorded in sites 1 and 4 only. The Mastogloiasp was noticed only in sites 2 and 4.

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