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Effect of land preparation techniques, NP levels and bioinoculants on soil available nutrients and soil microorganism in aerobic rice production published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
T. SARAVANAN A field experiment was conducted during 2010-2011 at the Wetland Farm of Vanavarayar Institute of Agriculture, Pollachi to study the effect of land configuration techniques, NP levels and bioinoculants on soil available nutrients and soil microorganism for aerobic rice. Postharvest soil analysis clearly showed that the soil available nitrogen was highest (219.7 kg/ha) for the application of 100% recommended dose of fertilizers+ biofertilizers which was at par with the application of 100% recommended dose of fertilizers + biofertilizers+ AM fungi seed treatment. Lowest P status of 9 kg/ha was observed for the application of 100% recommended dose of fertilizers + biofertilizers+ AM fungi seed treatment. This was due to the solubilisation of P in the soil by AM fungi which is made available for crop growth. Application of bio fertilizer enhanced the N availability and solubilized the unavailable P which in turn recorded higher N availability and low P status indicating better P uptake when applied along with recommended dose of fertilizer for aerobic rice. The population ofAzospirillum, phosphobacteria, Pseudomona and VAM,where is notably higher because of the increase microbial load due to application of bioinoculants along with the fertilizers
Mobile Ad Hoc Network: Challenges and Suggestions to overcome published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kirti Dwivedi, Dr. Kirti Mathur The advancement in networking field has given rise to many new wireless applications, one of which is the mobile ad hoc network. It is the collection of devices connected to each other via wireless networks provides necessary networks in absence of fixed infrastructure. With so many applications in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, there are still some challenges that need to overcome. Due to lack of security of routing processes, Mobile Ad Hoc Networks is vulnerable to attacks resulting in degradation of its quality and questioning to the reliability of such a network. This paper discusses about some challenges to Mobile Ad Hoc Networks and also discusses about suggestions for solutions to overcome this technology which finds its place due to its ability to provide internet facility which is small and portable.
OPTIMAL LOCATION OF TCSC AND SVC DEVICES TO ENHANCE POWER SYSTEM SECURITY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D.Sharmila*, Dr.R.Medeswaran Contingency analysis in power system security is an important tasks in emerging energy management systems. Contingency ranking using the performance index value is a method for the line outages in a system, which ranks the first highest performance index line and proceeds in a descending manner based on the calculated PI values for all the line outages. Contingencies results in voltage limit violations and overloading of lines. FACTS devices are used to enhance the security of power system by minimizing or eliminating the number of lines overloaded and violating the bus voltage limit. It is necessary to optimally locate these devices in the power system because of the high capital investment cost. In this paper, single contingency analysis for the considered test system has been performed, based on which the contingency ranking is done. Based on contingency ranking, locations of TCSC and SVC are chosen, and the effects of these FACTS devices after contingency condition have been studied. The effect of the proposed controller has been tested on Modified IEEE 30 bus system using MATPOWER 5.1.
Centros de servios compartilhados das empresas multinacionais: localizao e desafios culturais. published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Marco Tlio Ospina Patino, Glauco Pedro de Almeida & Lusa Amlia Paseto Os desafios encontrados pelas empresas multinacionais na elaborao de seu planejamento estratgico em um mercado global cada vez mais competitivo exigem novas alternativas para se antecipar a concorrncia, bem como investimentos e maximizao do lucro por meio de aes especficas organizacionais. Nesse contexto a adoo do modelo de Centros de Servios Compartilhados (SSCs, Shared Service Centers), permitiu identificar as atividades essenciais, centralizando suas atividades de suporte. Este trabalho analisa trs Centros de Servios Compartilhados instalados no Brasil; um do mercado de alimentos, e bebidas; o segundo do mercado de confeitos; e o terceiro da rea farmacutica. No primeiro momento o fator localizao no representou demasiado impacto na reduo dos custos, mas a constante evoluo dos SSCs seus benefcios pela escala ou reengenharia dos processos, elevam a importncia da localizao geogrfica maximizando a reduo dos custos onde o fator mo-de-obra qualificada representa um diferencial de competitividade. Palavras Chave: Multinacionais; Cultura; Estratgia; Servios; Localizao.
Recent Growth Trends of Automobile Industry in India published in

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Dr. Nidhi Agarwal One of the major industrial sectors in India is the automobile sector. Subsequent to the liberalization, the automobile sector has been aptly described as the sunrise sector of the Indian economy. This sector has witnessed tremendous growth during the last two decades. On the canvas of the Indian economy, automobile industry occupies a prominent place. The study focuses on the growth and development of Automobile industry in India. A sound transportation system plays a pivotal role in the country's rapid economic and industrial development.The Indian automobile industry provides direct employment to 1 million people and indirect employment to 18 million people in the country.
COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES ON PERFORMANCE OF A MIXED MODE SOLAR DRYER WITH THERMAL STORAGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harikrishnan P. V. * , Richu Zachariah This paper presents a computational analysis to investigate the performance of a mixed mode solar dryer with thermal energy storage. The dryer incorporates a flat plate solar collector, a greenhouse, packed bed phase change energy storage and drying plenum with crop trays. Here drying is happening within the solar greenhouse. Solar air heater preheats the air that goes through the agro crops kept in trays within the greenhouse. This will increase the drying rate. The drying system works in such a fashion that phase transition material stores the thermal energy throughout sunshine hours and releases the latent and sensible heat after the sun sets, therefore dryer is effectively operative for next five - six hours. This maintains continuity of drying of herbs and crops for their colour and flavour vulnerability. The drying rate within the solar dryer will be much beyond than the open sun drying. The simulation of drying curves shows the increased drying rate with solar dryer.
Мухаммад – родоначальник ислама и гениальная личность published in

Islamovedenie

Published by Dagestan State University
М.В. Вагабов Мухаммад является родоначальником новой монотеистической религии арабов, которая превратилась в мировую религию. В статье раскрывается роль Мухаммада в обраЕовании новой формы конфес- сиональной общности мусульман.
Stretching, An Effective Method of Improving the Elasticity of Muscle at The Aerobic Team From University of Bucharest published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ganciu Mihaela, Ganciu Oana Maria As theorized in literature, stretching is the deliberate act of lengthening of muscles, in order to increase muscle flexibility and/or joint range of motion. Mobility represents the capacity of making ample movements, in a passive or active way and it refers especially to the articulations. Stretching is a new scientific method that enables mobility training simple and effective. Under aerobic gymnastics, musculoskeletal is requested the most, especially in the joints. Joint mobility, one of the badly needed motric qualities in aerobics, without adequate mobility cannot accede to performance. The purpose of this research study is the optimization of the joint mobility development strategies, by identifying the most efficient operational structures, and convert them into preparation programs based on the method. The individualized application of the intervention procedures through stretching, related to the quality and efficiency evaluation tests of the training process, demonstrates an increase in the quality of training for the experimental group.
Study of Anticancer Activity of Chlorophyllin from Phyllanthus Emblica L. Against Mcf-7 Cell Line published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Durga Devi. M The result of this study shows the anticancer activity of the medicinal plant of phyllanthus emblica L from the chlorophyllin content which is taken from leaf extract and purified. The purified chlorophyllin content has been taken to the anticancer activity of MCF-7 cell lines and compared with vero cell lines by MTT assay and result interpreted that the presence of anticancer activity in the phyllanthus emblica L. plant from the chlorophyllin content of leaf extract.
Sensory and nutritional assessment of soya value added traditional products from Rajasthan published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BHARTI JAIN AND ALPANA KHANGAROT Soybean (Glycine max) is one of the natures best nutritional gifts, as it is the most highly proteinaceous vegetable source. Incorporation of soybeans in popular traditional Indian foods is likely to help in acceptability of soy blended foods. Therefore the present study was under taken to find out the acceptability of different traditional recipes of Rajasthan namely Kadhi, Raabri, and Dhokla developed by incorporating soy flour in different proportions as it suits the regional taste and preferences. These traditional products were developed by replacing 25%, 50% and 75% of soy flour with the main ingredient of the recipe. Acceptability was judged by panel members. A composite scoring test was used to determine the degree of acceptance in soy fortified traditional products. Kadhi in which Bengal flour was replaced by 75% of soy flour was 88.6% preferred in consistency with mean scores of 26.46.4 and standard recipe of Kadhi was 80% acceptable and scored 245.6. Acceptability score of Dhokla where maize flour replaced with 75% soy flour had scored 88.6% in texture which was comparable to 90% of standard recipe of Dhokla. Mean scores of Dhokla fortified with 75% soy flour scored 26.64.4 and standard recipe scored 274.2. Overall acceptability evaluation showed that 25% replacement with Soy flour in Kadhi and Dhokla were as good as standard traditional recipe whereas only in Raabri with 75% replacement (87.611) of bajra flour with Soy flour was more acceptable than standard recipe (83.49.8). The value added traditional products from Soy flour act as a good source of protein and minerals, and the cost of formulations were also affordable. Thus formulation of traditional products serves the dual purpose of convenience and ensuring nutritional security.
Carbon sequestration opportunities in organic agriculture published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
D. K. BASTIA, S. TRIPATHY AND S. PRADHAN At the present time, soil carbon sequestration is of paramount importance to address the imminent threat of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide, which is looming large on the very survival and existence of the biome. The quantum of all carbon everywhere in the globe is same and fixed. It exists to the tune of 800 Pg in the atmosphere, 1700 Pg in terrestrial and 38000 Pg in aquatic ecosystem. Even though, the terrestrial carbon stock is quite meagre in comparision to aquatic carbon stock, yet it warrants attention because it is readily amenable to anthropogenic manipulations and potentially respond to modifications and management. The potential for carbon sequestration in crop-based agriculture globally is 20-30 Pg carbon, whereas, that of India is 0.039-0.049 Pg carbon y-1 or about 47% of current annual fossil fuel emission. The quantity of soil organic carbon (SOC) that will be stored in an ecosystem depends on quantity and quality of organic matter returned to the soil matrix, ability of soil to retain organic carbon and abiotic influences of both temperature and precipitation. Hence, organic agriculture holds added promise to sequester and enhance the SOC pool.
Effect of Biocontamination on Polymer Insulators published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
M N Dinesh, V Krishnan, N Vasudev, K N Ravi, P V Vasudevan Nambudri, K Suryanarayana Problems due to biocontamination of insulators have been reported in tropical areas of the USA, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Germany, Sweden, Japan, Mexico, Paraguay and New Zealand. No systematic study has been done to investigate the long term performance of polymeric insulators with biocontamination. When fungi and other microorganisms colonise the surface of an insulator, they impede the drying of the insulator surface and there is a possibility of increased insulator degradation by enzymes secreted by fungal contaminants. Biocontamination causes concern among utility engineers because it is not understood fully. In the present work, algae was allowed to form on silicone rubber insulators. These insulators were then tested under salt fog conditions for a period of 10000 hours and the results are presented.
INTRINSIC MOTIVATION: AN ANALYSIS FOR ELITE PAKISTANI ATHLETES OF VARIOUS MAJOR SPORTS AND GAMES published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Jamshaid Ahmed, Fahmida Jamshaid The purpose of this article is to provide an insight and overview of what is known about intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in sports. The article focuses on the assessment of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in Pakistani sports setup. It then provide to a discussion on the determinants and outcomes of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. The present research entitled Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for Pakistani elite athletes was conducted to study the importance of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation supported by previous research studies for sports performance. The research was conducted to keep in mind the worst performance of Pakistani athletes in Olympics games since 1948. Examining these basic ideas help to understand the behavior ofPakistani athlete.As mentioned above, we consider that it was essential to go further than the Fortier and colleagues (1995) effort by counting athletes insight of self-sufficiency, capability and relatedness in order to observe the relationships between intrinsic & extrinsic motivation. It was hypothesized that overall motivation will positively contribute to the development of sports performance.
Multicriteria synthesis of combined stochastic robust system by co-regulation thickness, tension and loop strip finishing group broadband hot rolling mill published in

Bulletin of the National Technical University "Kharkov Polytechnic Institute". A series of "Information and Modeling"

Published by National Technical University "Kharkov Polytechnic Institute"
Balyuta S.N., Nikitina T.B., Kopilova L.A., Tatarchenko M.O., Khomenko V.V. Developed a method for the multicriteria synthesis of combined stochastic robust system by co-regulation thickness, tension and loop strip finishing group broadband hot rolling mill. It is shown that the developed system allows greater control precision of thickness, tension and loop strip over the existing systems. Figs.: 4. Refs.: 18 titles.
ANALYSIS OF ORGANIZING SALARY PAYMENTS IN THE BUDGET SECTOR OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES AND POSSIBILITY OF USING EXPERIENCE BY THE REPUBLIC 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�
Irina Popova The article considers the experience of organizing salary payments in the European countries which for the time being actively improve the remuneration system for the employees in budget sector; reviews new effective remuneration systems permitting to assess their effectiveness; analyzes the possibilities of applying definite systems in Belarus which requires the improvement of remuneration system in budget sector. The aim of this article is to study the experience of organizing and motivating labor of employees in budget sector of different European countries and its adaptation to the Belarus environment, taking into account peculiarities of economic development of our country and today's realities. Analysis of experience of foreign countries in organizing the remuneration system of employees in budget sector leads to the following conclusions: 1. There is the positive experience of applying tariff networks to pay salaries to the employees of budget sector in some economically developed countries (Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Lithuania etc.). 2. Simultaneously with the state regulation in the economically developed countries, new flexible remuneration systems are getting more and more popular. The European counties are characterized by the developed system of payments for knowledge and competence what permits to take into account the individual peculiarities and needs of employee by means of transferring part of “flexible payments” in the programs in which such employee is interested. It is reasonable to apply similar systems in Belarus, widen the systems of bonuses, motivation for reaching long–term aims, social packages and non–material stimulation. 3. Positive direction of organizing remuneration system for the employees in budget sector in Sweden is the developed system of social protection which gives additional rights at dismissal and search for employment. Experience of Sweden to completely abandon the system of establishing salary on the centralized level is unacceptable for Belarus. 4. In Russian Federation for the time being transfer to the branch systems of labor remuneration was completed in budget sphere. Rights of managers of republican authorities and budget organizations in the issues of labor remuneration are extended taking into account peculiarities of corresponding budget sector. Branch remuneration systems need improvement. Nevertheless, Russian experience in the implementation of branch remuneration systems for the employees of budget sector is the most interesting for Belarus. 5. Usage of German experience in payment for the labor of pedagogic specialists of higher educational establishments shall also be paid special attention. Salary of professors includes not only fixed amount, corresponding to one out of three categories, but also of the additional stimulating payments depending on work effectiveness. Negative point is that all the categories of pedagogues stop receiving long–service bonuses. 6. In economically developed countries and in leading CIS countries active work is performed with the aim of improving the remuneration system for the employees in budget sector. Together with the methods of ETC improvement, new effective instruments of remunerating employees, permitting to take into account the results of their activities, are applied.
Drinking water quality surveillance in Hyderabad published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Arun Kumar Arumugarajan1*, G. Geetha2, Bhabani Shankar Nayak3 Background: Extended release formulations are becoming more popular day by day for the delivery of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) because of their ability to maintain optimal and therapeutically effective drug levels for prolonged duration with reduction in dosing frequency and side effects associated with NSAIDs. Aims: The present study attempted to develop extended release tablets of a model NSAID drug, Etodolac using semi-synthetic polymer. Materials and Methodology: Etodolac matrix tablets were prepared by direct compression method using Kollidon SR in different ratios as release rate controlling polymer. The granules were evaluated for flow properties by evaluating bulk density, tapped density, Carrs index, Hausners ratio and angle of repose. The tablets were evaluated for drug polymer compatibility study by FTIR, diameter, weight variation test, hardness, friability, disintegration test, In vitro drug release, release kinetics and stability studies. Results and Discussions: The FTIR study revealed that no such interactions being taking place in between drug and polymers. The flow property of granules of all tablet batches was found to be good. All the tablet formulations had good tablet physiochemical properties. In-vitro release data showed dependence of release kinetics on different percent of drug to polymer in cross-linked matrix systems. Conclusion: The results of in-vitro study, it was concluded that Etodolac matrix tablet containing Kollidon SR (10.0 %) provided most controlled release of water-soluble Etodolac over extended period of time with aid of greater stability.
RELATIONSHIP THREE THEORIES OF PNEUMATIC TYRE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Valentin Vladimirovich Redchis; Elena Valentinovna Holovina Proved analytically and experimentally confirmed a interrelation of three theories: rolling pneumatics M.V. Keldysh, withdrawal and angular deformation of tires.
Development of a Web Content Management System in PHP published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vipul Bhardwaj | Mrs. Meenu Garg Content Management Systems are gaining importance with the spread of internet. They have considerably simplified the maintenance of digital content. Unlike other hardcoded approaches for website development, such systems do not require any technical knowledge for web publishing. They support dynamic web pages, centrally managed database systems and efficient organization of information, which makes them a dominant web development tool. This paper establishes the importance of a content management system and outlines the development of such system using technologies such as PHP and MySQL. Vipul Bhardwaj | Mrs. Meenu Garg"Development of a Web Content Management System in PHP" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11360.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/information-technology/11360/development-of-a-web-content-management-system-in-php/vipul-bhardwaj
Increased enrolment in the field of Higher education has lead to increase in the number of researchers in all fields including social sciences. It has also deteriorated the quality of researches. Quality of the research varies from institution to institution and in the same institution between departments to department. It is also related to the quality of Guidance as well as the research attitude of the researchers. Research attitude in turn depends upon a number of variables like self concept; achievement motivation e.t.c. Personality factors basically determine the total behaviour pattern of any individual in achieving their life goals. Thus, in this study an attempt has been made to analyse the research attitude of social science research scholars in relation to their achievement motivation and self concept. Data was collected by using standardised tools and analysed by appropriate statistical techniques. Comparative analysis based on gender has also been made. Suggestive measures have also been put forward by the authors of this paper. published in

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the fundamental magni Let S be a surface. S?the corresponding Beltrami surface obtained by surface revolution of S. By using the fundamental magnitudes and the flow on the surface S we study flow on the surface S? and it is proved that the streamlines in the Beltrami surface S? are concentric circles or radia
Evaluation of rotary mode of application of ponies/horses for generation of electricity in Imphal, Manipur published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.K. TIWARI The animal driven rotary mode system was evaluated to generate electricity for battery charging. The cost economics of electricity generation and storage was worked out. The ponies energy in rotary unit to generate the electricity for battery charging was best utilized with proper work-rest cycle and nutritive feed. The main objective of the establishment of rotary power transmission system was to utilize power of pony during idle period. Fatigue score was found to be increased with duration of work. The physiological responses of the pony viz., pulse rate, respiration rate and rectal temperature increased with duration of work whereas speed of operation decreased. The battery (12 V, 35 Amp.-h) could be fully charged (specific gravity = 1.265) after 6 hours of pony operation following work-rest cycle of half an hour: 1 hour rest. The CFL (8 W, DC) were used for test trial which were glowing brightly. The average speed of pony at no load and loads were 4 and 3 revolutions/min, respectively. The overall body length and girth of pony were 1150 and 1450 mm, respectively. Time of charging was depended on the size of the battery as 35Ah battery required 6 hour for full charging. The alternator started emitting current at 1265 rpm and at this stage the battery started drawing current. Voltage increased and current drawn decreased with the state of charging. The power output reduced with reduction in current drawn. Battery charging was recommended at 50 per cent discharge level. At specific gravity of 1.200 the battery is charged at 50 per cent level and the draught requirement was observed to be 53 kgf which was well within the draught capacity of animals. Thus, it is recommended that battery should be put on charge at 50 per cent discharge level. Below this the draught requirement was observed high. The cost of pony and labour was therefore may be excluded from cost estimation. After excluding the cost of animal and labour the cost of battery charging was worked out as Rs. 9.62 and total cost for charging a battery of 35 Ah was found to be Rs. 57.72.
Scientific Evalution of Sodhana (Purification) process of Kupilu (Strychnos nux vomica) & its standardization published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.Naveeta Agrawal,Dr.Anil Kumar -
Improving the Performance of PEM Fuel Cell by Varying the Number of Flow Channels published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
M. Saravanan | R. Girimurugan A fuel cell is a device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, water, and heat through electrochemical reactions. The water formation cause major problem and it affects performance of fuel cell. In PEM fuel cell excess and least amount of water level may reduces the performance and the efficiency of the fuel cell. The performance of PEM fuel cell mainly depends on flow parameters and design parameters. In this project, the number of pass of serpentine type flow channel was varied and their performances were calculated. The complete model of PEM fuel cell with single, two & three pass serpentine type flow channels were modeled using SOLID WORKS & AUTOCAD software packages, the surface meshing was done using ANSA software, volume meshing was done using TGRID software and analysis was done using ANSYS FLUENT 13.0 software. From the analysis, it was found that the three pass serpentine type flow channel gave better performance, when compared to single pass and two pass flow channels. M. Saravanan | R. Girimurugan"Improving the Performance of PEM Fuel Cell by Varying the Number of Flow Channels" 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/ijtsrd5975.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/5975/improving-the-performance-of-pem-fuel-cell-by--varying-the-number-of-flow-channels/m-saravanan
THE PROBLEM OF COMPLICATIONS IN THE EXTRACTION OF OIL IN THE KARAZHANBAS OILFIELD published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Arman Arstangalievich Kabdushev; Aizhan Zharylkasynovna Betzhanova The article presents the problems and complications that are encountered in the production of high-wax oil Karazhanbas and the results of the works on prevention and elimination of these complications in the field.
PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY, A NON-INVASIVE METHOD IN TUMOUR TREATMENT published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Emil PETRESCU1, Cristina CRTOAJE1, Alexandra BURLUI2 Photodynamic therapy (PDT) promises to be a much better method in cancer treatment, compared to chemical procedures, due to its non-invasive character. Based on the combined effects of light and photoactive compounds i.e. photosensitizers - it can be used for both detection and treatment of benign or malign tumors. The main advantage of this method is the use of optical techniques instead of the radiation classical methods, which can seriously harm the healthy tissue around the affected area. The present paper presents the most common techniques and photosensitizers used in PDT. Keywords: photodynamic therapy, cancer, optical techniques, steady-state technique, time-resolved technique and frequency domain technique.
Document Clustering Using Concept Weight? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sapna Gupta, Prof. Vikrant Chole Traditional techniques for clustering the document are mostly based on the number of occurrences and the existence of keywords. Similarly Phrase based clustering technique ignores the semantics behind the words, only captures the order in which the words appear in a sentence. The term frequency based clustering techniques takes the documents as bag-of words while ignoring the semantic relationship between the words. Considering the drawbacks of such system this paper proposes a concept based clustering technique. The ideology behind this concept is, it uses Medical Subject Headings MeSH ontology for extracting the concept and the concept weight calculation is done by its identity and relationship with its synonym. K-medoid algorithm is used for clustering documents on Semantic through which the results are analyzed.
The Comic and Serious Duality in Kingsley Amis Lucky Jim published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. RASHMI RANI, Dr POOJA BEGDE The current study examines how Amis Lucky Jim provides double modes between comedy and seriousness at the same time. The study deals with criticizing the ground realties of the socio cultural and educational aspects of the British lifestyle in the period after the Second World War. As a result the study reveals the reflection of the social hierarchies in the British community as a main predicament affecting the lower middle class people and their simple aspirations of a decent living. From this angle, Lucky Jim expresses Amis anger and dissatisfaction with the world around him. In doing so the study describes the events of the novel by quoting and analyzing them to encrust the combination between the apparent comedy and embedded seriousness in Lucky Jim. The general impression one gets out of this microcosm is that it is a genuine picture of the British academy in the years following the hectic years of the Second World War.
Biomechanical Analysis of Penalty Corner Push-In published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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.
DESIGN, FABRICATION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF NANO TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED NEXT GENERATION AUTOMOTIVE RADIATOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Raju Jadar*, K.S.Shashishekar, S. R. Manohara Automotive radiator is a key component of engine cooling system. The demand for more powerful engines in smaller hood spaces has created a problem of insufficient rates of heat dissipation in automotive radiators. As a result, many radiators must be redesigned to be more compact while still having sufficient cooling capabilities. Radiator size mainly depends on core for heat rejection requirement . Conve ntional radiator fins are limited to aluminium, one of our approach is replacing the fin material with MWCNT (Multi wall carbon Nanotube) composite to improve heat dissipation and also reduce the overall size of the radiator
AN IMPLEMENTATION OF GEOLOCATION BASED EMPLOYEE ATTENDANCE MONITORING SYSTEM USING GEOTAGGING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Aashish Kumar Patel*, Ravi Tiwari This thesis implemented to focuses geotags used to monitor employee attendance in government offices and campus. The term geotag refers to adding geospatial data to various media files (e.g. photos, video). The project includes a conceptual geotag model, which dissects the components of a geotag, using this information to categorise employee activities as to which geotags would be used to represent them. The strengths and limitations of both applications in regard to geotagging employee attendance are tested and discussed.
REVIEW ON LUNG CANCER DETECTION USING IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anam Quadri This paper presents a review on the lung cancer detection method using image processing. In recent years the image processing mechanisms are used widely in several medical areas for improving earlier detection and treatment stages. Also the different procedures and design methodologies for the same have also been discussed
Developing Training Program for the B. Ed students to teach the subject Science using Models of Teaching and finding out its effectiveness published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
R. A. Pathak, Science occupies an important place in school curriculum yet the status of science teaching has shown considerable decline in developing countries. It should be taught through scientific method. This study attempts to develop a training programme for B.Ed. students so teach the subject science using models of teaching and finding out its effectiveness. The present study included Concept Attainment Model (CAM) and Inquiry Training Model (ITM) for teaching science. For this purpose 30 science teacher educator s from 15 B.Ed. colleges from three zones, thirty science method B.Ed. students (purposive sample) and classes of standard VI, VII & VIII were selected as a sample for present research. The training programme was developed after carefully examining the sug gestions given by the teacher educators during survey. After attaining the taw scores and applying statistical techniques like t test and chi square test, it was found that the developed training programme was effective, CAM and ITM were found to h ave a significant increase in the achievement of students subject science. The handbook is useful for B.Ed. students to again theoretical and practical knowledge about models of teaching.
NEUROPHARMACOLOGY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anjula Sachan, Sarvesh Singh, Pratap Shankar*, Rajendra Nath, Amod Kumar Sachan and Rakesh Kumar Dixit Neuropharmacology is the study of how drugs affect cellular function in the nervous system. To better understand the basis behind drug development, one must first understand how neurons communicate with one another. Researchers are developing drugs to treat many different neurological disorders, including pain, neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease, psychological disorders, addiction, and many others. To understand the potential advances in medicine that neuropharmacology can bring, it is important to understand how human behavior and thought processes are transferred from neuron to neuron and how medications can alter the chemical foundations of these processes. This article will focus on both behavioral and molecular neuropharmacology; the major receptors, ion channels, and neurotransmitters manipulated through drug action and how people with a neurological disorder benefit from this drug action.
Open Distance Leaning in Global Environment Issues and Challenges: Social Justice in India published in

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Somanayaka S, Basavaraju S Social justice generally refers to the idea of creating a society or institution that is based on the principles of equality and solidarity, that understands the values and recognizes the human rights and the dignity of every human being. A social justice is found not only in India also we can see in many countries of the world. There is basis biased on religion, caste, language, gender etc., therefore social justice is needed to overcome from all these bias. One way to come out of this bias can be only through education without any fence to all. Everyone has to offer formal education in Open University through open distance learning. One of the objectives of Open Distance Learning system in India is to democratize higher education by providing access to large segment of the population. In India the Open Distance Learning System only focuses on solving the basic problem of providing equal access to higher education. In spite of limited access to higher education India faces another problem that are the inequalities of other kinds within the education system mainly, the gender inequality and inequalities among the disadvantaged groups such as weaker sections in the larger neglected masses of the country. The aim of this paper is to brief review on how open distance learning system involve in social justices.
Globalization and the Indian Capital Market published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prof. Dr. Vandana K. Mishra Capital market in any country plays a pivotal role in the growth of economy. The financial system is a dynamic segment of the countrys future growth trajectory. It is a well-recognized fact that efficient, developed and liberalized financial markets can lead to better economic growth by improving the efficiency of allocation and employment of savings in the economy. Ever since the reforms started in the 1990s, the Indian Capital Market has grown rigorously in financial depth. The entire paper is divided into three parts. In the first part discussed the conceptual framework of the capital market and in the next section; focused on the trends in Globalization and the Indian capital market. In the third section: discussed after the global financial crisis of the capital market in India.
A Study Showing the Ameliorative Potential of Trans- Resveratrol, ?- Lipoic Acid and Vitamin E on Endosulfan Induced Alterations in the ATPase in Olfactory Lobe of Male Swiss Albino Mice published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Preeti Singh1* and Habiba Bano2 Brain is profoundly vulnerable to oxidative damage on exposure to certain hazardous substances. Endosulfan, an organochlorine pesticide, is a known, strong neurotoxin in animals as well as in mammals including human beings. The present study aimed to study hazardous impacts of endosulfan on olfactory system, which play a major role in analyzing and perceiving the sense of smell, choice of mate, food localization etc. ATPase, the biomarker of present investigation, is a sympathetic neurotransmitter involved in brain function, sensory perception, and nervous system control of muscles and organs. The deleterious effects caused by endosulfan have been linked to its ability in alterations of ATPase levels. Hence, there is an urgent need to establish a counter policy by means of food regime which can check oxidative stress caused as a result of environmental stressors. This study has been designed to employ antioxidants like resveratrol, alpha lipoic acid and vitamin E as potential therapeutic agents in counterbalancing negative health hazards of endosulfan on the normal functioning of brain. The study was divided into ten groups in which olive oil was given as a vehicle in control group, while endosulfan administered at 2.45 mg/kg/bodyweight/day for 15 days served as an experimental group. Other groups constituted of antioxidant treatment groups and antioxidants pre treatment groups exposed to endosulfan. Altered ATPase histoenzymological profile was observed in different layers of olfactory lobe in endosulfan intoxicated mice, while antioxidant pretreatment groups were able to render protection to some extent as compared to that of control. The findings of present study suggest the inherent potential of antioxidants against endosulfan induced neurotoxicity in the olfactory lobe of mice.
A Multi-objective Optimization Approach for Design of Worm and Worm Wheel Based on Genetic Algorithm published in

Bonfring International Journal of Man Machine Interface

Published by BONFRING
Y.K. Mogal and V.D. Wakchaure Number of conventional methods are available for solving different types of optimization problems. But due to their complexity and convergence problems these methods are not able to give optimal solution. A gear transmission problem is one of the most complex optimization problems because of relationship between different variables. A Gear design require the designer to compromise many design variables; i.e. continuous, discrete & integer variables in order to determine best performance of gear set. Therefore researchers are now going to use Evolutionary Techniques. Genetic Algorithm (GA) is one of such technique. In this paper the attempt has been made to optimize worm and worm wheel with multiple objectives, which takes gear ratio (i), face width of worm & worm wheel (b) and pitch circle diameters of worm (dw) & worm wheel (dg) as design variables. The main objective function is to minimize volume of worm and worm wheel and remaining objectives are taken as constraints such as centre distance, deflection of worm and beam strength of worm gear.
Haemoglobnin level, RBCs Indices, and iron status in pregnant females in Sudan published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Enaam A. Abdelgader, Tayseer A. Diab, Anwar A. Kordofani, Sana E. Abdalla Iron deficiency anaemia is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world. Because of the increased iron requirements of pregnancy and growth, pregnant women and infants are recognized as the groups most vulnerable to iron deficiency anaemia. Anaemia is considered when haemoglobin (Hb) is less than 11g/dl for pregnant women. Iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy is associated with higher rates of premature birth and low birth weight. The aim of this study is to measure the haematological parameters in pregnant females, by measuring Hb level and RBCs indices and to determine iron status of pregnant females by measuring serum iron, total iron binding capacity, and serum ferritin. Methods: Eighty blood samples were collected from pregnant females and twenty samples from healthy women were taken as controls. Complete blood count was done using a Sysmex Kx21n Haematolobical Analyser. Peripheral blood picture was done; Serum iron, TIBC and serum ferritin were measured. Results: out of 80 pregnant females, 8 (10%) of them had low Hb level, while 72 (90%) had normal Hb level. RBC indices showed 62 (77.5%) mothers had normal MCV, while 18 (22.5%) mothers had low MCV. 63 (78.8%) had normal MCH, while 17 (21.2%) had low MCH, 78 (97.5%) had normal MCHC, while 2 (2.5%) had low MCHC. Biochemical finding in the studied anaemic pregnant females showed that 2 (25%) had normal serum ferritin, while 6 (75%) had low serum ferritin, 5 (62.5%) had normal serum iron, while 3(37.5%) had low serum iron, and 4(50%) had normal TIBC, while 4(50%) had low TIBC. Conclusion: Iron deficiency anaemia is common in Sudanese females in the child bearing age and latent anaemia is quite high (60%). Ferritin level is the best parameter for assessment of iron status, while TIBC and serum iron are unreliable during pregnancy. Combined reduction of MCV, MCH is more sensitive to detect iron deficiency anaemia while MCHC reduction comes late. Keywords: Haemoglobin, pregnancy, anaemia, iron, serum ferritin.
THE INFLUENCE OF beta-PBO2 ON PZT PHASE FORMATION published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
H. Allal, C. Benhamideche, S. E. Bouaoud, M. Poulain The reactional mechanism of the formation of solid solution lead-zircono-titanate PZT has been studied using beta-PbO2, TiO2 and ZrO2 as starting materials. PZT ceramics were prepared by solid state reaction between oxides at different temperatures. After calcination samples are characterized by thermogravimetry (TGA), differential thermal analysis (DTA), differential scanning, Infrared spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction (XRD). Using lead dioxide (beta-PbO2) allows PZT powder to be sintered at a temperature as low as 700?C.
INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anna Karoevna Zagorodneva Article is devoted to the problem of tax administration for organizations. tax on profits is one of the main sources of revenue of the State budget. When administering this tax raises a lot of issues concerning the correctness of the calculation, the establishment of the main forms of non-payment, creating a relationship between tax authorities and taxpayers in resolving disputes and the like.
THE REFORM OF AGRIBUSINESS SECTOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA IN THE TRANSITION PERIOD published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Simion MORARU,Ala CAZACU,Irina RAEVSCAIA The reform of the agricultural sector is a basic component of national economys reform in the long process of creating the market economy. The formation of functioning of agricultural market on competitive principles needs: to transform (reform) the state ownership to private, to create adequate rural and agricultural infrastructures, to work out the adequate agricultural policies, simultaneously to realize institutional and administrative reforms adopted to new orientations of the market economy, to restructure the processing industries and preserve the environment. The involvement of state in the socio-economic development of agricultural sector follows the formation of effective farms based on the restoration of the private proprietorship, the technical modernization of this sector, and to develop the national biological patrimony, to ensure food security stabilization of prices at agricultural products by establishing farmers income and increasing budgets accumulation based on a modern and stable system of import-export taxation.
Influence of Waste Materials on Flexible Pavement Construction published in

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Bindu C. S The construction of pavements is costly due to the non-availability of a strong subgrade. This paper focuses on the suitability of clay tile waste as stabiliser in subgrade and demolished concrete waste as subbase in flexible pavement. Clay tile wastes mixed in different proportions to the soil and their influence on geotechnical properties are studied. A study of CBR strength of demolished concrete waste as sub base(GSB) layer underlain by the stabilized subgrade layer is conducted. The optimum percentage of tile waste in the soil is 45%. The demolished concrete waste selected is a combination of 20% of greater than 20mm aggregates,40% 20mm down aggregates and 40% dust with a CBR of 48% and qualifies for GSB-III and can replace the GSB layer in the pavement. The effect of demolished waste thickness as subbase layer on the overall strength of pavement considering only sub base and subgrade layers is determined.
STRENGTH ANALYSIS O F ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRET published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Venkatesh Now a days, several construction materials are in use to construct several structures ,well engineered to perform to their ultimate levels in terms of straength ,reliability and long life.In traditional civil engineering practices, materials for construction like cement,concrete,aggregates and steel are used for all purposes including general purpose like constructions of apartment buildings, and special purpose l ike bridges,spill ways and bunds [1] .Sometimes there are some situations which tend the structures to face extreme conditions like abrupt temperature and climatic changes,natural calamities and alteration of superstructural designs etc., which may lead to f ailure situations of the structure built using traditional construction materials.So, in order to overcome these situations, we need to implement materials with special properties ; the past decade significant advances have been made in the field of high pe rformance concretes (HPC). The next generation of concrete, ultra - high performance concrete (UHPC), exhibits exceptional strength and durability characteristics that make it well suited for use in highway bridge structures. This material can exhibit compre ssive strength s, significant tensile toughness , and minimal long - term creep or shrinkage. It can also resist freeze and thaw and scaling conditions with virtually no damage and is nearly impermeable to chloride ions. This report presents the results from a large suite of material characterization tests that were completed in order to quantify the load behaviors of a commercially available UHPC. The characteristics of this UHPC under four different curing regimes [2] were captured. This study focused on strength - based behaviors (e.g., compressive and tensile strength), long - term stability behaviors (e.g., creep and shrinkage), and durability behaviors (e.g., chloride ion penetration and freeze and thaw )
Morbidities and its relationship with disability and psychological wellbeing among elderly in Varanasi District published in

The Journal of Community Health Management

Published by Innovative Publication
Mohan Gupta, Kshitij Raj, SC Mohapatra Objective: To assess the pattern of morbidity, co-morbidity, and treatment-seeking behaviour among the elderly. To determine the relationship of specific medical and co-morbid conditions with disability and psychological well-being, and also morbidity with socio-demographic variables. Methods: This is across-sectional study, using a cluster sampling technique, with a sample of 200 subjects (elderly people over 60 years old) from the urban population of Varanasi City and the rural area of Harahua Block, Varanasi District. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to determine relationship between various socio-demographic variables and morbidity. Variables that were independently associated with morbidity and perceived health were analyzed. Results: Females and the rural elderly were found to have higher mean morbidity. Asthma, COAD, hypertension, osteoarthritis, gastro-intestinal tract disorders, anemia, eye, psychological and neurological problems were significantly associated with both disability and distress. Conclusion: More geriatric facilities need to be provided in hospitals and dispensaries. The oldest of the old should be provided free treatment and medicines. Family members need to be educated about the harms of the elder abuse.
HERBAL REMEDIES AS ALTERNATIVE TO ANTIDIABETIC AND PLANTS ARE AVAILABLE IN BANGLADESH: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Reyad-ul-Ferdous1,2,4*, Almas Ahmmed2, Md. Abu Hena Mostofa Kamal2, Prawej Ansari4, D.M. Shamim Shahjahan2, Farhana Akter3 and Md. Hossan Sakib5 In the last few decades herbal medicine rapidly rise both in developing and developed countries because of their natural origin and less side effects. Several traditional medicines in use are derived from medicinal plants, minerals and organic matter. The existing review focuses on herbal drug planning and plants used in the treatment of different acute and chronic diseases like as arthritis, inflammation, wounds, gonorrhea, stomach ache, tumors and burns, cough, degenerative joint disease, asthma, urinary calculi, amenorrhea, diabetes, snake bite and dysmenorrhea in the world. The exercise of Ayurvedic medicines is common in both adults and children and is increasing in many areas of the world. This paper will discuss the benefits with use of herbal medicines as Antidiabetic activity. These plants are demonstrates significant antidiabetic effect. Therefore, as the disease is progressing unabated, there is an urgent need of identifying indigenous natural resources in order to procure them, as well as investigate in detail, their potential on different newly identified targets in order to develop them as new therapeutics.
Synthesis and characterization studies of a bivalent metal chelate published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Suman Malik1 and Jaishree Morey2* The synthesis of a hetero-chelate of the type ML2.2H2O has been reported here. The metal complex of Co(II) Complex has been synthesized with 6-(difluoromethoxy)-2-[(3,4-dimethoxypyridin-2- yl)methylsulfinyl]-1H-benzo[d]imidazole(Pantoprazole). Pantoprazole is a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) drug that inhibits gastric acid secretion. Proton pump inhibitors (or PPI) are a group of drugs whose main action is a pronounced and long-lasting reduction of gastric acid production. Conductometric titrations have suggested metal-ligand ratio of 1:2 for Co(II) complex. The ligand behaves as a bidentate with N, O donor atoms. Complexes have been synthesized and characterized by elemental analysis, UV-visible and IR spectral studies.
Impact of CSR on Organizational Trust and Brand Authenticity and their behavioral outcomes on Firms published in

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R Manimalar Dr.S.Sudha The importance of Corporate Social Responsibility in sustainable business is inevitable throughout the world. This study aims to investigate long-term relationships between stakeholders and socially responsible companies, reasoning the effect of organizational Trust and Brand Authenticity on such relationships. Trust is a fundamental asset in every business and non-business relationship. Increasing awareness for Brand authenticity in society is the most important challenges in Branding. As consumers are more aware of the environmental and social implications of their day-to-day consumption intentions, the companies have to be place a higher value on their customers. This paper provides a research framework that focuses on the impact of CSR on Organizational Trust and Brand Authenticity and their behavioral outcomes. By Building Trust and Brand Authenticity through CSR a multi-stakeholders behavioral outcomes are examined.
EFFECT OF PHYLLANTHUS NIRURI EXTRACTS ON COLONY FORMING UNITS OF THE GRANULOCYTE - MACROPHAGE SERIES ACTIVITY IN SERUM OF MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Veeresh Kumar*, Mangilal. T, Satish Kumar. M, Naga Kishore. R This study was performed to elucidate the possible mechanism of action of Phyllanthus Niruri In view of the fact that Phyllanthus niruri induced leucocytosis. Ten to twelve-week-old either sex mice (Swiss albino) weighing 18 to 22 g were selected for the study. On the 11th day, the animals were sacrificed and blood was collected from the heart. Total and differential white blood cell count was performed. Serum was separated and stored at 80 C. This was used for colony stimulating activity. The results were expressed as the mean ? S.D. for the indicated number of experiments. Based on the results we found that the dose dependent increment was observed in the concentration of DLC. It might be due to CFU-GM stimulating activity of Phyllanthus niruri extract. GM-CSF stimulates stem cells to produce granulocytes and Monocytes. On account of this fact, we concluded that the neutrophil activity stimulated in the extract treated group which is helpful for its immunostimulant potential.This study was performed to elucidate the possible mechanism of action of Phyllanthus Niruri In view of the fact that Phyllanthus niruri induced leucocytosis. Ten to twelve-week-old either sex mice (Swiss albino) weighing 18 to 22 g were selected for the study. On the 11th day, the animals were sacrificed and blood was collected from the heart. Total and differential white blood cell count was performed. Serum was separated and stored at 80 C. This was used for colony stimulating activity. The results were expressed as the mean ? S.D. for the indicated number of experiments. Based on the results we found that the dose dependent increment was observed in the concentration of DLC. It might be due to CFU-GM stimulating activity of Phyllanthus niruri extract. GM-CSF stimulates stem cells to produce granulocytes and Monocytes. On account of this fact, we concluded that the neutrophil activity stimulated in the extract treated group which is helpful for its immunostimulant potential.
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FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
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Synthesis and Characterisation of Chiral Cobalt Complexes published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sunny S. Tarve, Raju M. Patil The reactions of Cobalt(II) sulphateheptahydrate with two different ligands such as sodium salt of p-methylisonitrosoacetophenone (MINAP) and various chiral amino acids (aa) formed a series of Ternary Chiral Mixed Ligand (CML) Co(II) metal complexes with general molecular formula [Co(MINAP)(aa).2H2O]. All the complexes have been characterised on the basis of elemental analysis, molar conductance, magnetic susceptibility, specific optical rotation, electronic absorption, infrared spectral and thermal studies. On the basis of results the bonding and structure of the complexes discussed in details.
Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis as a Rare Complication of Plasmodium Vivax Malaria published in

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Dr. Putta Rajasekhar,Dr. P.S.Usha Rani, Dr. Prathap Bingi, Dr.Sohail Malik Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis(CVT) has been reported to be associated with many systemic illness and infection. Inspite of malaria being endemic in India cases of CVT in malaria is very rare. Common causes of altered sensorium/coma in malaria are hypoglycemia, cerebral malaria and electrolyte imbalance. Here we report a 28 year old male presenting with fever, seizures and focal neurological deficits. He was diagnosed as Plasmodium vivax malaria. On imaging of brain revealed evidence of raised intra cranial pressure and CVT. A hypercoagulable state resulting from severe malaria may be responsible for this potentially fatal complication. He was treated with antimalarials and anti-coagulants. He was responded well and was discharged in a stable condition.
COMPARITIVE STUDY OF SERUM ADENOSINE DEAMINASE AND DYSLIPIDEMIA IN TYPE II DIABETES MELLITUS published in

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Dr. K. Venkateswarlu, Dr. U. Sarada, Dr. P. Srirekha, Dr. Sreelatha. D, Dr. P. Laxmi Introduction: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is a common metabolic disorder characterized by high plasma glucose levels. Adenosine Deaminase(ADA) is an enzyme which catalyses the irreversible deamination of adenosine to inosine.Adenosine is known to exert potent metabolic effects acting through its receptors.Incresed levels of serum ADA has been shown in individuals with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. The study aims to understand the relationship between serum ADA, Lipid profile and blood glucose levels. Objective: To estimate the level of serum adenosine deaminase (ADA), fasting blood glucose and lipid profile in patients with uncomplicated type -2 diabetes mellitus through case control study and also to know any correlation between plasma glucose values with ADA and lipid profile. Method: This study was conducted at Government General Hospital, Kurnool. We took total 50 patients in our study, out of which 25 patients were with uncomplicated type-2 diabetes mellitus and other 25 were as healthy control group. Blood sample were taken and Adenosine deaminase levels were measured calorimetrically, based on the method described by Giusti and Galanti. Other routine investigation like- FBS, PPBS, lipid profile, Blood urea, Serum creatinine were also measured. Results: Elevation of the serum ADP was found in diabetic patients as compared to controls and also strong correlations were found between serum ADA, lipid profile and plasma glucose levels. Conclusions: ADA level is significantly related with the type -2 diabetes mellitus. Any change of ADA level is an indirect expression of tissue adenosine levels. In pathophysiology of diabetes, ADA has its multimetabolic effects.
Entrepreneurial Support and its Relation to Levels of Success published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Habib-ur-Rahman,Dr. H. Ramananda Singh Micro, Small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play significant roles in creating jobs and contributing to countries export and growth of GDP. Apart from personality traits, knowledge and skills; support factors also play important role in the process of making successful entrepreneur. It is important for the researcher to know whether there is any relationship between the levels of entrepreneurial support and levels of success. This paper proposes to examine the levels of entrepreneurial support, levels of success and the relationship between levels of support and their levels of success. A representative sample of 85 entrepreneurs is selected from Assam using multistage random sampling method. A well structured questionnaire is used to collect the data. Appropriate statistical tools are used to analyse the data. The study reveals that there is significant relationship between entrepreneurs levels of support and their levels of success.
A simple variable THD load emulation technique for performance evaluation of power supply equipment published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Vani Vijay, Viswanatha C and Giridhar Kini P Using load emulation, the performance of source side converters can be easily evaluated and improved without the need for actual load. Due to the increase in use of power electronic converters and SMPS based systems, the harmonic levels in load side has increased considerably. Hence emulation of variable THD load is very important in analysing the performance of source side converters and ensure the performance efficiency and power quality under such loads. Here a novel method of obtaining variable load using PWM control explained. The PWM is controlled in a rainbow sinusoidal fashion to obtain clipped waveform across a resistor so that harmonics is introduced in the Load. The power factor can also be varied in the system by paralleling it with leading and lagging converter circuits. The working principle, modelling and simulation are presented along with the results. Proposed technique provides accurate modulation of load THD and effect of harmonics loads on sources converter are also analysed using this.
Improving the energy efficiency by process parameter optimization approach: a case study for induction heating published in

International Journal of Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Phuong-Xuan Dang This paper introduces a method of improving the energy efficiency using process parameter optimization approach. The energy consumption of a manufacturing process depends not only on the efficiency of its machines and equipment but also the process parameter. An optimum process parameter can increase the energy efficiency effectively. A case study for induction heating process is demonstrated to show the application of process parameter optimization approach. The result shows that the energy efficiency can varies 10% in the valid input range of process parameter. Therefore, the selection of optimum process parameter is the best way, which is low or zero capital cost, for improving the energy efficiency
Organic Content in the Sediments of Tigris and Diyala Rivers, south of Baghdad, and its Relationship with some Environmental factors, Benthic Invertebrates Groups and Values of Diversity Indices published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Dahlia M .Ali Hasan Al-Kinany* Emaduldeen A. Almukhtar** This study was conducted to detect the relationship between organic content in the sediment of Rivers Tigris and Diyala, at two locations south of Baghdad, with some environmental factors and the benthic invertebrates and values of diversity indices. Monthly samples collected from the area for the period November 2007 to October 2008. Results showed differences in the physical and chemical characteristics of the two sites, Where the annual average in Tigris and Diyala were respectively for: water temperature (19, 20) C, pH (8, 8), dissolved oxygen (4, 8) mg / l , Biochemical oxygen Demand BOD5 (3,44 ) mg/l, TDS (632,1585) mg / l, TSS (42, 44) mg / l, turbidity (28,74) NTU, and total hardness as CaCO3 (485,823) mg / l ,Sulfate as SO4 ?(183,366),And finally nitrate as NO3 (4, 6) mg / l. Significant differences were found in the organic matter content as a percentage in the sediments of Diyala River for most months of the study period. Annual average of the percentage of organic matter in the samples of Tigris and Diyala Rivers were respectively: 0.7425 and 1.1375. The benthic groups included variety of benthic organisms; insects, Oligochaetes, Mollusks, and Crustaceans. Highest population density in Tigris River was for insects 31493 individual / m2, Mollusks 23177 individual / m2, Oligochaetes 10774 individual / m2, and Crusteacea 176 individual / m2 which were confined to Tigris River. In Diyala River highest population density was 9908, 18046, 82649 individual / m2 for Mollusks, Insects and Oligochaetes respectively. Values of diversity indices of benthic invertebrates were highest for species richness and equitability in Diyala River respectively, 18.6 and 8.29 in February, while lower values for species richness and equitability in Tigris River were respectively 1.56 and 3.31 in the same month. Most groups of invertebrate have shown significant positive and negative relationships with the physical and chemical and organic characteristics in both Rivers.
Power-Efficient Dual-Edge Triggered Sense-Amplifier Flip-Flop-Based Driving Circuit For Glitch-Free Nand-Based Dcdl published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Chithra. V.H Digitally controlled delay line (DCDL) is a digital circuit used to provide the desired delays for a circuit whose delay is controlled by a digital controlled word. Glitches are the most considerable factor that limits the use of DCDL in many applications. The glitch-free NAND-based circuit eliminates the glitches of DCDL. This circuit uses control bits that can be generated by using dual edge-triggered flip-flop. In the proposed method, power consumption of dual edge-triggered sense-amplifier flip-flop has been reduced using clock-gated sense-amplifier flip-flop.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF RP-HPLC METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF ANAGRELIDE HYDROCHLORIDE IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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I. M. Huseynova, S. M. Rustamova, F. B. Guliyeva, J. A. Aliyev The objective of work was to identify effective yellow and brown leaf rust resistance genes for the improvement of wheat quality in Azerbaijan. 61 bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotipes were taken from Research Institute of Crop Husbandry (Baku, Azerbaijan). PCR amplification of the SSR marker located on the chromosome 7D Xgwm295 linked to the Yr18 gene showed a fragment of 250 bp only in 40 genotypes. SSR marker XGWM582 in the chromosome 1B, associated with the gene Yr9 amplified a band of 150 bp in 93% of genotypes. The STS markers Lr34/csLV34a and Lr34/csLV34b were proved as effective markers for the identification and selection of Lr 34 gene. The csLV34a allele (229-bp) was linked in repulsion with Lr34 presented in 21 genotypes, whereas the csLV34b allele (150-bp) was linked in coupling with Lr34 in only 9 genotypes. 2 genotypes contain both alleles linked to the Lr34 .
A study on co-gasification of high ash Indian coal with petcoke in a fluidized bed gasifier published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Tirupathi Naidu Ch, SivaramaKrishna N, Nagamohan I and Satyamohan Rao D An investigation has been undertaken to study the co-gasification of high ash sub bituminous Indian coal with petcoke in a bubbling Fluidized Bed Gasifier (FBG) system. The objective of this work is to study the effect of petcoke content in coal blend feed on gasification characteristics by carrying experiments in a pilot scale 1.2 T/d FBG (I.D. 0.2m X height 4.2m) system using air and steam as gasifying agents. The gasification characteristics include cold gas efficiency, carbon conversion, calorific value and composition of synthesis gas (syngas).Reactivity study carried in High Pressure Thermo Gravimetric Analyser (HPTGA) shows that coal blend reactivity decreases with increase in petcoke content in it. Gasification results indicate that increase in petcoke content in blend leads to decrease in carbon conversion and syngas calorific value which could be attributed to low reactivity of petcoke. A very low carbon conversion and syngas calorific value for petcoke gasification indicate that it may not be viable to gasify petcoke in FBG system.
FABRICATION & STUDY OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF NATURAL FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER COMPOSITES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Hemant Mohan Kawade*1 , Dr. Narve N.G.2 , Prof. Mundhe V.L.3 Use of natural fibers as reinforcement have gained the importance in the recent years due to the eco-friendly nature. These natural fibers offer a number of advantages over traditional synthetic fibers. This paper deals with the evaluation of mechanical properties namely, Tensile strength (TS), Flexural strength (FS), Vickers Hardness (Hv), Impact Strength (J). Specimens were prepared by hand lay-up technique and are cut as per ASTM standards to perform test. In the present work experimental investigation has been carried out on different weight percentage of bamboo fiber (0, 15, 30 and 45) is used to modify epoxy resin properties. The experimental result reveals that the mechanical properties of the composite material were highly influenced by the fiber volume fraction (fiber loading). Addition of alumina (Al2O3) particulate at various proportions as filler material the mechanical properties viz. Tensile strength, Flexural strength, Hardness, Impact strength are improved.
Risk Assessment for Catastrophic Failures in Power Systems published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
J. Hazra and A.K. Sinha This paper presents a method for identifying sequences of events (Worms) leading to catastrophic failures of power systems. Chains of events leading to catastrophic failures are identifi ed using two indices (i) Severity Index (ii) Risk Index. The fi rst method considers only the consequences of an event whereas the second one considers the consequence of an event along with the probability of occurrence of that event. Risk index condenses both probability and severity of any event. This paper also considers the probability of hidden failure of exposed lines for calculating the risk index.
FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND INVITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF FLOATING TABLETS OF PERINDOPRIL published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
M. G. Niharika*¹, G. Mahesh², B. Madhavi3 Floating drug delivery system is one of the novel drug delivery system. Perindopril is an anti hypertensive with elimination half life of perindopril is 2.5-3hrs . It was sought to increase gastric retention of perindopril by development of sustained release gastroretentive drug delivery system leading to reduced fluctuation in the plasma concentration and improved bioavailabilty. The floating microspheres were prepared using biocompatable polymers like HPMCK4M,sodium CMC,carbopol 934 by ionotropic gelation technique.Microspheres having lower densities exhibited good buoyancy effect and hence these could be retained in the gastric environment for more than 12 hours. SEM analysis showed that the surface of microspheres was completely uneven with rich complex network. The dissolution studies showed that the drug release followed first order kinetics and Higuchi’s diffusion with some non – Fickian diffusion mechanism. The drug release was more controlled from the microspheres prepared with carbopol than those prepared with HPMC. The data obtained in this study thus suggest that floating microspheres of perindopril are promising for sustained drug delivery which improves oral bioavailability and can reduce dosing frequency. Key words: Perindopril, HPMC K4M, Sodium CMC, Carbopol, SEM, first order kinetics and Higuchi’s diffusion
Benign Mimickers of Gall Bladder Carcinoma in Cholecystectomy Specimens: Histopathological Study published in

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Taha M M. Hassan, Anil Mohan Rao. S Carcinoma of the gallbladder (GBC) clinically mimics many benign gallbladder diseases and often escapes detection until advanced stage. Despite the frequency of cholecystectomies, diagnosis of GBC remains problematic in many situations. The aim of this study is to analyze many pathological mimickers of GBC, which may be associated with overdiagnosis and underdiagnosis of this malignancy, as well as to show the prevalence of GBC in a local region of KSA. This analytical retrospective study was performed on 1500 cholecystectomy specimens which were collected through 4 years from 7 governmental Hospitals located in one region in KSA. the surgical materials were received in the central Histopathology laboratory situated in Arar city. Majority of surgical cholecystectomy specimens were done for cholelithiasis. Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses (RAS) are one of the most important benign mimickers of GBC, they are found in 7.1% of the studied specimens, and adenomyomatosis is another mimicker which was seen in 2%,of gall bladder specimens, whereas GBC diagnosed in 0.8% of cholecystectomy specimens. This study concluded that accurate pathological evaluation of gall bladder disease through patient's history in conjunction with clinical high index of suspicion are prerequisites to detect GBC. Detection of GBC at an early stage is difficult because the symptoms mimic benign gallbladder diseases. Misinterpretation of subtle microscopic abnormalities contributes diagnostic failures in early cases of GBC. Careful attention to any evidence of mural thickening, thorough sampling, particularly in older patients, and close examination of any deeply situated glandular structures are critical.
Narrow-Band 1D Photonic Crystal Based Omni-Directional Mirror at 1550nm for Optical Fiber Communication published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sanjeev Sharma*1, Rajendra Kumar1, Kh.S. Singh2, Vipin Kumar2 and M.P.Srinivasa Rao3 Omni-directional reflection (ODR) property of one-dimensional photonic crystal (PC) structures consisting of alternate layers of Germanium (Ge), and zinc sulfide (ZnS) has been investigated. The existence of total Omnidirectional reflection band gap in 1D-PC is predicted theoretically. Reflectivity of one dimensional periodic structure for TE and TM-modes at deferent angles of incidence has been calculated by using Transfer Matrix Method (TMM). It is found that the mirror designed with these materials has a ODR range which covers the window of 1550 nm used in optical communications.
Various Manifestations of Ossn In Hiv, A Case Series published in

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Dr. Suman Siripurapu, Dr. Pradeep P, Dr. V Shankar Nag Aim/background: to study various manifestations of OSSN in hiv patients Material&Methods: 3 consecutive cases were taken. case1: presented with leukoplatous lesion temporally in RE with surrounding conjuctival congestion , case 2; presented with papilliform lesion temporally in LE, case3.presented with gelatinous lesion temporally in LE, . In all 3 cases , surgical excision done & sent for histopathology. CD4 count done. Results: in all 3cases CD4 count was below 1000, H/E of case 1 shows cellular atypia with individual tumor cells extending in stroma suggesting squamous cell carcinoma, H/E of case 2&3 shows dysplasia with small spindle shaped squamous cells with no invasion of basal membrane suggesting of squamous CIN Conclusion: OSSN is more common in hiv patients & can be manifested in various forms
PARTICULAR ASPECTS OF TEACHING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gennady Evgenievich Markelov This paper describes some particular aspects associated with teaching the Fundamentals of Mathematical Modeling. Taking into account these aspects allows improving the quality of graduates training and increasing their competitiveness.
TOOLS OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION AT THE LOCAL FISCAL POLICY 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�
Tatiana Bogolib The essence of fiscal policy at the local level as a set of sustainable development goals and activities of representative and executive bodies on the formation, distribution and use of budgetary resources for the implementation of its own and delegated authority and use of resources to meet their own and delegated powers as well as the socio-economic development of local communities was revealed. Principles of fiscal policy instruments were improved and systematized under a functional feature. An estimate of the financial support of local governments was given and particular properties of any fiscal policy at the local level in the field of the budget revenue, expenditures, local loans and intergovernmental fiscal control were identified. The need to adopt a comprehensive approach to the budget formation at the local level through a of territories was justified. Strategic priorities were defined as well as proposals for improving instruments of any fiscal policy at the local level were given.
Prediction of Process Parameters of Co2 Laser Cutting Machine for Aluminium 5052 Alloy Using ANN published in

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Pankajbhai R. Prajapati, Vikram A. Patel Machining process efficiency can be improved by optimization the control parameters. This requires identifying and determining the value of critical process control parameters that lead to desired response ensuring a lower cost of manufacturing. A CO2 Laser can produce a coherent, convergent and monochromatic beam of electromagnetic radiation. Laser machining is thermal energy based non contact type advance machining. The objective of the research work is to study the effect of CO2 Laser cutting parameters (Laser power, Gas pressure, Cutting speed, Laser frequency, Nozzle tip distance) on the cut quality parameters (surface roughness, kerf width, Heat affected zone) at the problem associated with cutting of Aluminium5052 Alloy. The L_27 orthogonal array has been used for performing the experiments. An artificial neural network (ANN) method to optimize response parameters.
Effect of ph on Microbial Quality of Milk published in

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Zagare. M.S., Ghorade I.B. , Patil S.S Since times immemorial, microorganisms have been playing both useful and harmful roles in human life and this has led to the need of studying these microscopic biological agents extensively. Milk being a nutritious food for human being also provides an ideal environment for microbial growth. Milk and milk products e.g. milk powder, milk, cheese, curd and ice cream etc. constitute important nutritional components for all age groups and also nutritive for pathogens. Study was carried out by using various microbiological techniques to isolate and identify pathogens. Samples of milk and milk product i,e. Shrikhand was analyzed for pathogen and effect of pH on pathogens isolated from milk products. In this study it can be concluded that this milk products poses a serious health risks.
Acute Toxicity of Silver Nanoparticles in Roach (Rutilus rutilus) and Goldfish (Carassius auratus) published in

Journal of Environmental Treatment Techniques

Published by Dorma Journals
Ahmad Mohamadi Yalsuyi, Mohammad Forouhar Vajargah Aquatic Ecosystem pollution, due to the diversity in users of aquatic environment has become to one of the serious challenges biotic community. Study of fish in aquatic ecosystems can be to lead better understand and more comprehensive ecological analysis about aquatic ecosystem. Heavy metals such as silver are one of these pollutants. They can accumulate in living tissue and lead to poisoning. Also, these compounds have the ability to pass along the food chain. For this purpose 147 were in a range of different concentrations of silver nanoparticles (0, 0.2, 1, 2, 6, 10 and 15 ml/L). The mortality of treatments was calculated at intervals of 24, 48, 72, 96 hours. The result of present study showed, between toxicity of silver nanoparticles for Roach (6.590 ml/l) compared with Goldfish (11.2 ml/l), there was significant difference (p<0.05). Also the results showed that silver nanoparticles are highly toxic for fish species.
THEORY OF EMPLOYMENT OF THE POPULATION: THE EVOLUTIONARY STAGES OF FORMATION AND SOCIAL POLICY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sardorbek Usmanhudjaevich Abdullayev The article presents the theory of evolutionary formation of employment by supporters of classical, Keynesian, monetarist, theory of institutionalism and analysis are given in terms of some representatives of sociological theory. The conceptual framework is considered and main questions of employment development are disclosed by considering todays requirements.
THE EFFECT OF SUBCHRONIC LOW DOSE OF DDVP AND SODIUM AZIDE ON THE HAEMATOLOGICAL INDICES OF ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Patrick Ugochukwu Agbasi*, Nse Abasi, Joy Jeremiah Onye, Chinasa Ibeawuchi, Samuel C Uzoechi, Emmanuel Ayoma Alagwu, Chukwubike U Okeke, Godwin C Uloneme Background: The frequent use of organophosphorous insecticides in our everyday life especially in our houses, offices and even against pests to preserve foods and agricultural products especially in the third world and sodium azide (a herbicide) extensive use in the farms have necessitated this study. Purpose: This research is designed to investigate the effect of low dose DDVP and sodium azide coadministration on hematological parameters of Albino rats. Method: Seven groups of five rats were used for the study. Group A was used as control and received no chemical treatment, groups B and C were injected with 1% and 3% LD50 of sodium azide respectively, while groups D and E received 1% and 3% LD50 of DDVP respectively. Equally, group F received combined doses of 1% DDVP and 1% Sodium azide while group G received 3% DDVP and 3% Sodium azide. The chemicals were administered at alternate days for twenty one days. At the end of twenty one days study period, the animals were anesthetized with chloroform and blood were aspirated through cardiac puncture into heparinized containers and then analyzed with hematology auto analyzer. Results: showed that the hemoglobin concentration (Hb), packed cell volume (PCV), red blood cell count (RBC), mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration (MCHC) of rats in groups B and C were not statistically significantly affected compared to control while the total white cell count (TWCC) of group C, platelet, lymphocyte and neutrophil count for both groups B and C were statistically significantly reduced compared to control. For rats in groups D and E, the Hb, PCV, RBC count, TWCC, MCHC, platelet count, neutrophil and lymphocyte levels were significantly reduced compared to control. In both groups F and G, the values of TWCC, MCHC, neutrophil, lymphocyte and platelet count were significantly reduced compared to control. All the polymorphological leucocytes, red cell indices and platelets values in group F were dose dependently reduced compared to group G. Conclusion: Co- administration of DDVP and sodium azide produced severe reduction of polymorphological leucocytes, red cell indices and platelets.
KRITIK IDEOLOGIS TERHADAP DASAR KEFILSAFATAN ASAS LEGALITAS DALAM HUKUM PIDANA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Deni SB Yuherawan The essence of legality principle is None is punishable for doing something unless it is forbidden by law established prior to the action. Consequently, actor of wrongdoing will not be criminally prosecuted unless penal statutes prohibit what he or she has done. The purpose of this article is to criticize the basic philosophy of legality principle. The point of departure of the critique is ontological basis of legality principle; subsequently, it goes to axiological basis of the principle. By ideological critique, it is to open up to view and at the same time criticize the basic substance and value of legality principle. In addition, this article also reexamines the legality principle. It is found that from both ontological and axiological bases, legality principle has shortcoming in that it relies upon statute rather than the substance of the conduct that may harm another. This article recommends that another more comprehensive principle be introduced, in which any crime should be punished if it contradicts criminal law or nullum crimen (delictum) nulla poena sine pr?via iure poenali (No offense, no punishment without criminal law previously exists). Key words: Ideological Critique, ontological and axiological bases, and sine pr?via iure
ENTERPRISE MOBILITY MANAGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Dr. Shine David*, Mr. Raghvendra Singh Dikhit, Jay Shrivastava, Twinkle Sawlani Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) is one of the important part of Enterprise Mobility Ecosystem. EMM basicallyemphasize on security& management of mobile applications, its data & the devices that are being used. EMM also helps enterprise users to be more productive as EMM provides them with the tools that they need to perform work-related tasks on mobile devices. EMM consists of Enterprise App Store Mobile E-mail management, Mobile Content Management, Mobile Billing Management, Mobile Device Management, Mobile Application Management. It is possible that there might be some of the overlap of features between these management sub modules but can be understood differently with simple approaches which can really help the Enterprise and its users at its best.
First Report of Nematodes Associated with Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni ------- A Wonder Plant of Multifarious Medicinal Uses, from West Bengal, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sagata Mondal, Salil Kumar Gupta A survey was conducted on the medicinal plant Stevia [Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni cultivated at medicinal plant unit of Ramakrishna Mission Ashram West Bengal, India, in order to explore the nematode fauna associated with it. A total of seven nematode species belonging to two orders and six families associated with the Stevia plant were recorded. Their absolute and relative frequencies and absolute and relative densities are also reported.
A Malaria Vaccine Candidate Protein, C-Terminuse Region, Block 17 of Pfmsp-1 (Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria Merozoite Surface Protein-1) From Field Isolates in South-East of Iran published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ebrahimzadeh Adel, Davoodi Tahareh, Ebrahimzadeh Parastoo Merozoite surface protein 1 (MSP-1) is the most abundant protein on the surface of Plasmodium falciparum merozoites and is a leading candidate for malaria vaccine. The purpose of this study was to investigate genetic diversity of the carboxyl (C)-terminal region of MSP-1 gene in patients with falciparum malaria in Sistan and Baluchistan Province. A total of 94 P. falciparum-infected blood samples were collected from malaria patients residing in four regions of Sistan and Baluchistan Province between March 2012 to September 2013. Genomic DNA was extracted and genetic diversity of the C-terminal region of PfMSP-1 was investigated by semi-nested polymerase chain reactions (PCR). In this study both MAD20 and K1 types were detected. MAD20 was the predominant allelic family identified in 77.5 % of the samples, whereas 22.5% of those were of K1 type. Multiple infection with two alleles was observed in any of the samples. The results of this study show that genetic diversity of the C-terminal region of PfMSP-1 is restricted in Sistan and Baluchistan province of Iran and All of infections are composed of one clone, which is consistent with an area of low malaria transmission. These data are useful for malaria prevention and control in Iran.
Comparative Study Between Clinical And Ultrasonographic Estimation Of Fetal Weight And Its Correlation With Actual Birth Weight. published in

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DR.SOWMYA B S,DR. REENA,DR. SARITA,DR. RAJAGOPAL Objective:To make comparative evaluation of estimation of fetal weight in term pregnancy by using a) abdominal girth * symphysiofundal height b) Hadlocks formula using ultrasound c) Johnsons formula d) dawns formula Methods: fetal weight in utero is calculated by using above methods in 200 term pregnant women and the results were correlated with actual birth weight. Comparison done by various methods. Results: average error was least in AG*SFH method. Maximum error was in Dawns formula and least in AG*SFH and Hadlocks i.e.75.9% of cases came within 30% of birth weigth by both AG*SFH and Hadlocks method. Standard deviation of predicyion error was least with Hadlocks methof followed by AG*SFH. Conclusion: AG*SFH is the best predictor and is used in day to day practice. Hadlocks method had more accuracy but is done in places where facilities are available.
Comparison of Different Classification Techniques Using WEKA for Hepatitis published in

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Jaikee Kumar Singh, Shruti Pareek In todays world, large amount of data is available in science, industry, business and many other areas. This data can provide valuable information which can be used by management for making important decisions. But problem is that how can find valuable information. The answer is data mining. Data Mining is popular topic among researchers. There is lot of work that cannot be explored till now. But, this paper focuses on the fundamental concept of the Data mining i.e. Classification Techniques. In this paper Sequential Minimal Optimisation, Multilayer Perceptron classifiers are used for the classification of data set. The performance of these classifiers analyzed with the help of Mean Absolute Error, Root Mean-Squared Error and Time Taken to build the model and the result can be shown statistical as well as graphically. For this purpose the WEKA data mining tool is used.
INFLUENCE OF ACTIVITY OF SMALL INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES ON FORMATION OF THE ECONOMICAL POTENTIAL OF THE REGION published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
?.Yu. Kyrylych, N.E. Shpak Having analyzed results of financial and economical activities of small industrial enterprises of a region (in this case Lviv region was taken as an example), dynamics of development of such economic players was studied, and their influence on formation of the economical potential of the region was investigated. The article is mainly focused on activity mechanism of small industrial enterprises as one of the most important activity in order to reach their strategic targets.
Ipomoea Carnea As Fuelwood Substitute in Domestic Cooking through Gasification in A Fixed Bed Gasifier published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Gautam Borthakur, Dr. Dimbendra Kr. Mahanta This paper investigates on potentiality of a noxious weed Ipomoea carnea as an alternative biomass to substitute fuelwood in domestic cooking applications. The weed has created a lot of problem due to its invasive nature; as a biomass it is considered as low grade fuel to be used in traditional combustion based devices. The objective of the work is to derive energy from woody stems of Ipomoea through gasification process. A gasifier based stove is developed and experiments are performed to study its performance using Ipomoea and compared with fuelwood. Results of experiments are analysed and presented. Thermal efficiencies of the stove have been found to be 28% and 26% respectively for fuel wood and Ipomoea. The flame temperature obtained for both the fuels is above 700 C. The stove delivered power in the range of 2.8 kW to 3.3 kW which is sufficient for domestic cooking for a standard family. It has been revealed that the weed could be used to substitute fuelwood in cooking through gasification process in an appropriate device
Customer Satisfaction and Preferences Towards the Rythu Bazaars in Andhra Pradesh published in

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C. Hareesh Babu, Dr. Nalla Bala Kalyan Customer satisfaction and measurement issues have vital roles for businesses in providing and maintaining a competitive advantage. It is recognized that the businesses forming components of marketing mix by acknowledging the customers expectations, receive customer loyalty and profit in return. Via measuring customer satisfaction, organizations do not only have customer knowledge also have competitors knowledge in the market. This paper analyses the preferences, needs and wants of the vegetable buyers and make them available to farmers so that they can take correct decisions regarding the marketing strategies to be implemented in Rythu Bazaars of Andhra Pradesh State of India. Rythu Bazaars the farmers markets that started in 1999 is a result of the initiative of the then Andhra Pradesh government to provide a platform to the farmers to sell their produce directly to the consumers. During the last more than a decade, Rythu Bazaars have gained prominence and both farmers and consumers have shown interest in selling and purchasing vegetables at these market yards. The paper highlights the challenges and implementation of rythu bazaars in Andhra Pradesh.
SECURE NETWORK SHARING NEMO BASED AD-HOC? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
V.Pavithra, M.Mohankumar? the paper analyzes the deploy ability of approach for Network Mobility (NEMO) in wireless Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks (VANETs).The vision for VANETs is road safety and commercial comfort application enabled by short range wireless technology. A Network Mobility (NEMO) based VANET is a new intend to integrate the NEMO based VANET. The advance of NEMO based VANET is a tracking system to prevent attackers from localizing the user inside the hotspot in a vehicle. It is used to communicate between roadside unit (RSU) and vehicle to provide the internet access in a public transportation system (e.g. bus, train) by using different mobile networks (MNN). The passengers can enjoy the full internet access such as cell phone and physical assistants. Because of the open wireless network environment the attackers present in the OSl model can easily localize the mobile networks nodes by measuring their received signal strength (RSS). In these papers modify the scheme called concealment and by using the idea of power variability, proposed a new scheme, (i.e.) Fake point and cluster based sub scheme, its goal to confuse the attackers by increasing the estimation error in received signal. By using correctness, certainty, metrics, the fake point based sub scheme targets the higher MNNs secured location the number of grid points decreases. The annexation simulation shows the fake point cluster based scheme archives 23% and 37% decrease in the sender power with MNNs route length and also compared with fake point sub scheme.
Non Surgical Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Patient With Deviated Mandible: A Clinical Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Kusum Yadav, Dr. Manu Rathee Denture fabrication for patients with deviated mandible due to trauma becomes extremely difficult without pre-prosthetic reconstructive surgery. Implant-assisted over-dentures may improve denture retention and stability, but this treatment may not be affordable always. This case report describes the prosthetic management of an edentulous patient with deviated mandible and difficult mandibular movements using a guide plane for mechanical corrective mandibular movement therapy and masticatory function.
CONTEXTS AND CONDITIONS FOR COMMUNICATION: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF MODELS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Shafaat Hussain, Truptimayee Parida This critical review is a step forward to investigate the role of social contexts and conditions to achieve the abilities of communication skill. Social context is believed to be able to influence attitude and motivation; provides learning opportunities, which finally turns into learner's outcome. In fact, learners acquire a language by using it in social interaction with speakers of that language. Nonetheless, significance of social context is mostly ignored or underestimated in producing communication skill and this is naturally missing. This conceptual paper starts with theoretical underpinning (Socio-cultural theory) of contexts and conditions regarding communication; goes on with reviewing four popular models of Mackey (1970), Byalistok (1978), Spolsky (1989) and Stern (1991) in relation to contexts and conditions of communication. Further, it shows the ways to achieve the mechanisms of communication skills in with special reference to FL. Eventually; the review ends up with suggestions at individual and policy level to create the environment of social contexts and conditions for achieving communication skills in Ethiopia.
Preparation and Characterization of Graphene/Poly M-Chloroaniline Conducting Polymer Composites published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Ashok Kumar Mishra, Gourisankar Roy In the present research program, we have described the synthesis of Poly metachloroanilinegraphene (PmClAn/RGO) nanocomposites were prepared via in situ bulk polymerization using two different preparation techniques. In the first approach, a mixture of graphite oxide (GO) and Poly (PmClAn)monomers (PmClAn) were polymerized using a bulk polymerization method with a free radical initiator. After the addition of the reducing agent hydrazine hydrate (HH), the product was reduced via microwave irradiation (MWI) to obtain R-(GO-PmClAn) composites. In the second approach, a mixture of graphite sheets (RGO) and PmClAn monomers were polymerized using a bulk polymerization method with a free radical initiator to obtain RGO-(PmClAn) composites. The composites were characterized by FTIR, XRD, SEM and conductivity. The results indicate that the composite obtained using the first approach, which involved MWI, had a better morphology and dispersion with enhanced thermal stability compared with the composites prepared without MWI.
EVALUATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY IN TRIGONELLA FOENUM GRAECUM LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Chaitanya Sravanthi Kota*, Bhargavi N, Abhinay Kumar R Pharmacological industries have produced a number of new antibiotics in the last decades, resistance to these drugs by microorganisms has also increased. For a long period of time, plants have been a valuable source of natural products for maintaining human health, especially in the last decade, with more intensive studies for natural therapies.The use of plant extracts and phytochemicals, both with known antimicrobial properties, can be of great significance in therapeutic treatments. The main objective is to study the anti-bacterial activity of Trigonella plant extract which was evaluated with antibiotic susceptible and resistant microorganisms. The highest antimicrobial potential was observed for the methanolic leaf extract of Trigonellafoenumgraecum when compared with the standard drug, Gentamycin. Steroidal and Phenolic constituents are found to be present in the leaf extract.
Lapsation- An Impediment to the Growth of Unit Linked Insurance Policies published in

International Journal of Management Research and Social Science (IJMRSS)

Published by Innovative Research Developers and Publishers (IRDP)
N. Manikandan #1, Dr. P. S. Nagarajan *2 Early lapse of life insurance policies is one of the serious issues in the pace of Life Insurance market. In recent timesIRDA report witnesses twenty percentages of lapsed policies in the first year of the initiation of the ULIP. After the emergence of private sector in India, Life Insurance Industry had a significant growth that paves the way for competition as well as introduction of innovative policies with varieties of features. Early lapsation costs the Life insurer the major part of the first years premium, high degree of financial losses for policyholders and general dissatisfaction over Unit Linked Policies. As half million people needs to be covered with insurance in India, lapsation and existing policy holders dissatisfaction over products will make difficult for the insurance companies to pull the customers towards Life Insurance. This paper aims to suggest new strategies to reduce early lapsation and to enhance the growth of Life Insurance Sector.
EXPERMENTAL STUDY ON SEQUENCE HEATING REACTION BETWEEN NITRIC OXIDE AMMONIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Wenfeng Hao* A tubular reactor with a sequence heating device is used to discuss the effects of operational parameters for the reaction between nitric oxide and ammonia. Experimental results showed that denitration efficiencies had been developed to become a parabola with the change of reaction time under a certain NH3/NO mole ratio and under a certain temperature and that denitration efficiencies also had changed to become a parabola with the increase of the reaction temperature when a NH3/NO mole ratio was identified. Denitration efficiencies of 91.6 percent could be reached when the optimal NH3/NO mole ratio, optimal reaction temperature, and reaction time respectively were 1.2, 320 ℃ and 14min in this work.
Pengaruh Ekspor dan Impor Minyak Bumi terhadap Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Indonesia published in

Jurnal Perspektif Pembiayaan dan Pembangunan Daerah

Published by Program Magsiter Ilmu Ekonomi UNJA
Mustika, Haryadi, Siti Hodijah The aim of this research is to analyze the effect of crude oil exports and imports on economic growth in Indonesia. This research based on the large changes in the value of Indonesia crude oil exports and the crude oil imports too. This research uses time series data in the period of 1993-2011. The analysis uses regression modeling approach, which consists of simple linear regression model and Error Correction Model (ECM). The result of the research shows that the value of crude oil exports a significant effect on economic growth in Indonesia in a positive relationship. Similar results were also shown by Indonesia's crude oil imports are also significant effect on economic growth in Indonesia is also in positive relationship. By using the error correction model known that for the long term that value of crude oil exports negatively affect on economic growth in Indonesia. The different result shows by the value of crude oil imports which positive influence on Indonesia's economic growth for the long run
Employee Engagement in Pharma Industry: A Contingency Model published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.K.V. Geetha Devi, Nagaraju Kolla Employee Engagement is a recent favorite in HR field. In single word it is one step up from commitment. The main objective of the present study is to identify employee engagement factors in pharma industry. For this data collected is from 316 sample respondents. Regression analysis and factor analysis were employed for data analysis. Results indicated three factors for employee engagement in pharma namely work culture, participative management style and relationships and rewards
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Adediran Adekunle Amos , Orukotan Akinyemi Folasayo (Ph.D) & Adeyanju Esther Oluwatoyin This study investigated the instructional strategies for the promotion of effective teaching and learning in secondary schools in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Three research questions guided the study. The sample for the study consisted of 176 teachers in four secondary schools in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. They were drawn using the random sampling techniques. A 41 item questionnaire was used to collect data from the respondents. Sixteen of the items sought to find out the ways in which instructional strategies promote effective teaching and learning in secondary schools, ten were on the problem confronting the use of instructional strategies for effective teaching and learning in secondary schools. While fifteen items sought out to find out the types of instructional strategies for promoting effective teaching and learning in secondary schools. Results showed that teachers agreed that the manner in which the teachers approach in their teaching do not promote effective teaching and learning; that there are problems confronting the use of instructional strategies in their teaching process, and that some of the teachers find it difficult to use instructional strategies in their teaching activities in the classroom. Recommendations include that secondary school teachers should be allowed to be involved in the curriculum planning and implementation, in order to make them bring in students-centered methods/instructional strategies that will make their teaching more lively and interesting as it is likely to produce self-reliant students than the traditional approach.
IDS: Survey on Intrusion Detection System in Cloud Computing? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Ashish Kumbhare, Mr. Manoj Chaudhari? Cloud computing provides flexible on demand services to the end users with lesser infrastructural investment. Under the supervision of different managements, these services are provided over the Internet using known networking protocols, standards and formats. Existing deficiencies in underlying technologies tend to open doors for intrusion. This paper surveys different intrusions affecting basics of cloud security i.e. availability, confidentiality and integrity of Cloud resources and services. It examines proposals incorporating Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) in Cloud and discusses various types and techniques of IDS.
Impact of nutritional education on the knowledge of mothers of school going children in district Sonepat, Haryana published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAJBALA, S. SEHGAL AND A. KATWARA A nutritional survey was conducted on 50 rural mothers of school children (7-9 years) of Sonepat district in Haryana state. The nutritional knowledge of these mothers was studied using pre-testing questionnaire. Nutrition education was imparted and mothers knowledge was assessed .The result revealed that majority of rural mothers had inadequate level score (below 33%) of nutrition knowledge about the various concept of foods and nutrition viz., importance of balanced diet, sources of various nutrient in diet, nutrient deficiency disorders, cooking practices, importance of GLVs and fruits in diet and conservation of nutrients. But after imparting nutrition education with the help of charts, posters and pamphlets etc. for one month to rural mothers, it improved considerably. After imparting nutrition education it was found that most of the mothers got marginally adequate scores (33 to 65%) about importance of balanced diet, sources of various nutrient in diet, nutrient deficiency disorders, cooking practices, importance of GLVs and fruits in diet and conservation of nutrients. Majority of the mothers got adequate scores (above 66%) about the concept of cooking practice and importance of balanced diet.
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF TRANSDERMAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM OF CARBIDOPA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Gupta. Ravikant 1, Kar Mousumi 2, Jain D.K.3 Transdermal drug delivery is an alternative route for systemic drug delivery which minimizes the absorption and increases the bioavailability. Orally Carbidopa has a short elimination half-life, low oral bioavailability undergoes extensive first pass metabolism and frequent high doses are required to maintain the therapeutic level as a result, dose development toxic effect. The purpose of this research work was to formulation and evaluation of transdermal drug delivery system of Carbidopa using various polymers such as HPMC, PVP and Ethyl cellulose by solvent evaporation technique for improvement of bioavailability of drug and reducing the toxic effects. The prepared formulations were evaluated for different physicochemical characteristics like thickness, folding endurance, drug content, percentage moisture absorption, percentage moisture loss and weight uniformity.
WHY IS THE TEACHING/ LEARNING ENGLISH GRAMMAR CONSIDERED DIFFICULT? published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Dr. R. Naga Dhana Lakshmi1* , Dr.T.Sujani2 1(Associate Professor in English, Green Fields, K L University, Vaddeswaram, A.P., INDIA.) 2(Associate Professor, Sri Vasavi Engineering College, Tadepalligudem, W.G.Dt.) Globalization has increased the importance of English language. It almost became unimaginable to think of a situation in the world without English. All departments of academics are indebted to the language. In spite of this inevitable importance attached to it the language still poses some challenges to the learners. The status of second language is the formidable disadvantage which keeps the learners hesitant towards its mastery. The different facets of the language which really alarm the learners are vocabulary, grammar, syntax etc. Grammar has in particular attracted the attention of the learners and teachers. Many methods have been designed to make learning grammar easy, but it always remains a hard nut to crack. Any research in the direction of resolving the problems faced by the instructors and learners is well worth rewarding. The present paper is a humble attempt to expatiate the problems related to grammar and suggest some pedagogical instructions and learner friendly methods to tackle the problems faced while writing grammar books.
Environmental Water pollution: A Review of Physicochemical and Heavy metal Quality of Water and Soil published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sivakumar K.K1,*, Dheenadayalan M.S2, Balamurugan C.3, Kalaivani R2 Ramakrishnan D.2 and Leena Hebsi bai L.2 Water resource shortage and pollution has seriously threatened the survival and development of developing countries. Because of Indias specific economical and social circumstances, complete adoption of developed countries experience is unrealistic. At present, India needs to develop strategies and technologies in source water pollution control and industrial and municipal environmental remediation that embrace the countrys specific need to battle the water resource problem. This paper reviewed ecosystem pollution with particular reference to heavy metal in water and soil system endangered by mixed effluents of domestic as well as industries.
Lecture Handout An Instructional Tool in Undergraduate Medical Education published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N.Hephzibah Kirubamani Handouts are widely used as instructional tools, but little research has been done. Handouts provided to them just before lecture , was conducted among final year medical students ( n=95) of Saveetha Medical college. Handout containing outline in the form of questions about the subject with a blank space and few case scenarios, were given . Analysis of the students completed questionnaire revealed that 89.9 %students expressed ,contents and clarity was adequate, filling up of hand out gave mental exercise in 94%. their level of understanding which was good in 87.7%, recollection was good in 91% of students, 96%students expressed that discussion was good ,subject was made easy in 98% ,they were made to think laterally in 89%.It can be a supplement during exams was expressed by 94% students ,exercises done will be useful in managing real cases in 98% and 94% students welcomed handouts .They prefer to have all lectures with handouts.
THE ANALYSIS OF TESTS AND CORBA TECHNOLOGY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Ulmeken Mukhitovna Smailova; Dinara Zhaksylykovna Shyrynkhanova A program is often made up of separate components - independent blocks of code that implement a certain logic, distributed across a network and can be reused many times. They are used as building blocks to create complex distributed applications. Consider one of the variants of a combination of programs for the analysis of tests with this technology related to the underlying object architecture for building distributed object software systems.
ANTI CONDENSING ELECTRIC CIRCUIT USING ARDUINO MICROCONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Manisha Verma Most of the electrical circuits or electrical devices are affected by the atmospherics temperature. The main cause of atmospheric temperature such as failure of insulation short circuited and also decreases the efficiency of electrical circuits or devices. Day by day this problem can increase. In order to overcome this problem of temperature level, an electric circuit has been designed. There are some components which are used in for designing of the electrical circuits. Such components are : Temperature Sensor , Arduino microcontroller , , MATLAB Simulation , Inverter, rectifier , auto transformer , step down transformer which is connected to the load . The main aim that connected an temperature sensor with Arduino Microcontroller and interface with simulation and verify the result in the hardware implementation.
Equilibrium Composition in Combustion Products published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K. Bala Showry For a combustion problem involving calculations of several species at equilibrium, it is much easier to write a computer program and calculate the concentrations, rather than to use a generalized computer program. To calculate these concentrations, one must solve a set of non-linear algebraic equations. This work describes a procedure in which the Newton-Raphson method and the successive substitution method are combined. It was found that for this type of problem, the quantity of unknowns and the nature of the equations are such that, by adopting the two procedures simultaneously, a much faster and reliable convergence is achieved. This study also shows what possible species should be considered for these calculations.
SCHRÖDINGER QUANTUM EQUATION FROM CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM HARMONIC OSCILLATOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mubarak Dirar Abdallah, Amel AbdAllah, Rawia .AA.Algani, A new quantum model that accounts for the medium friction is derived. The first advantage is the addition of natural oscillation of particle. The second advantage is the incorporation of frication effect in the Hamiltonian operator. This means that both Schrödinger equation and energy Eigen equation are affected by friction. The Eigen energy is not affected by friction, which is in direct conflict w ith experiment and common sense .
Solar Photo Voltaic Water Pumping: Harnessing Maximum Power published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
Mrityunjaya Kappali, Dr. Uday Kumar R. Y and V. R. Sheelavant Among alternate sources of electricity, Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) energy is gaining prominence due to its plentiful availability. Water pumping is an important application of solar PV power. However people are not opting for it in large numbers as the cost per watt for solar pumping systems is high. The cost can be reduced by harnessing more power per unit installed capacity of the solar panel. One method of realising this is by Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) wherein a power electronic converter is used to match pump with the PV panel. Widely employed approach for MPPT is to monitor the PV panel power and keep on adjusting the duty cycle of converter so that tapped power is always maximum. Present paper proposes a novel method to realise MPPT for standalone solar PV water pumping system. It is shown that the output power becomes the maximum when the motor voltage becomes the maximum. Conversely, varying the duty cycle of the converter such that load voltage is always maximum leads to harnessing maximum power output. This approach can be referred to as Maximum Load Voltage Point Tracking (MVPT). We need to monitor only load voltage. It is simpler than monitoring PV panel power as in that case its necessary to measure both panel voltage and current and then find their product. The proposal of MVPT for realizing MPPT is substantiated by theoretical explanation considering two types of loads: Pure Resistance and Centrifugal Pump driven by Permanent Magnet (PM) brushed DC Motor. The Matlab-Simulink based simulation is also carried out. Simulation results are found to be in close conformity with the theoretical findings.
scleroderma - Pulmonary manifestations published in

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Dr. N. Gopichand, Dr. N Snigdha Scleroderma is a chronic disease of unknown etiology, usually classified with the collagen diseases. The term diffuse or progressive systemic sclerosis has been introduced to describe those cases showing visceral as well as cutaneous manifestations. The essential pathological features are swelling and disintegration of the collagen tissue accompanied by cellular infiltration and fibrosis; the process may also involve the intima of small vessels with fibrinoid necrosis and occlusion. In this article we would like to present two cases of systemic sclerosis. Case 1: A 30 year old lady showed early changes suggestive of systemic sclerosis along with marked skin changes. Her ANA profile supported Diffuse systemic sclerosis .Case 2:A 64 year old female complaining of severe dyspnoea presented with marked skin changes which were pathognomic of scleroderma .On evaluation findings supported diffuse systemic sclerosis and radiologically showed late changes in respiratory system. We intend to report these two cases to show two different ends in the spectrum of presentation of pulmonary manifestations of systemic sclerosis. Case 1 had less symptomatology compared to Case 2.
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: A TECHNIQUE FOR PROVIDING NOVELISTIC PLATFORM TO DEVELOP QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY IN PHARMA SECTOR published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Abhijeet Ojha*, Mini Ojha The article highlights various aspects associated with technology transfer in the pharma sector. Technology Transfer in Pharmaceutical Industry has been viewed from the perspective of Innovation and Research & Development The success of any particular technology transfer depends upon process understanding or the ability to predict accurately the future performance of a process. Technology transfer is a process to transfer information and technologies necessary to manufacture quality drug product consistently or technology transfer is the process of taking an invention from its inception in a laboratory to a commercialized product. The Pharmaceutical technology transfer are based on to transfer product and process related concept between initial stage of development and manufacturing stages, or between manufacturing sites to achieve product realization. This concept forms the basis for the manufacturing process, control strategy, process validation approach and ongoing continual improvement.
Handloom Weavers Co-Operative Societies in Chittoor District: A Case Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
L. Subramanyam Naidu, Prof. K. Jayachandra Co-operative form of organization is considered most suitable for the age old traditional and biggest industry in India. According to the census of 2011 it is estimated that 833 million people are currently lives in rural India. At present 150000 weavers co-operative societies and 35 million weavers across the country are benefited. Andhra Pradesh has traditionally been one of the major handloom weaving regions of India. This activity provides full time employment to 367 lakh persons and part-time employment to nearly 85000 persons. Every village in Andhra Pradesh is a weaving centre and various types of sarees, dhotis and khadi are manufactured. In the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, there are 39 weavers co-operative societies, provide an employment opportunity to nearly 2500 members.
A Finite Difference Model on Atmospheric Pollution and its Application published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Changjun Zhu, Ming Liu and Wenlong Hao In view of near-ground atmospheric problem, near-ground atmospheric pollution model was established. Because the applicability of analytical solutions is extremely limited for such conditions, and the distribution and transport of pollutants in air are controlled by geographical conditions, numerical techniques are essential for air pollution modelling. In this paper, finite differential method is used to establish plane two-dimensional numerical model of near-ground atmospheric pollution belt, and truncation errors associated with finite-difference solution of atmospheric pollution were corrected based on the Taylor analysis. The results indicate that this method provides the references for the forecast of pollutants and the management and evaluation of air resources.
EXAMINATION OF THE SCOPE OF ACADEMIC USE ON SMART DEVICE IN THE ISRAELI ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Yom - Tov Alona*, Bouhnik Dan In recent years the phenomenon of using smart devices for studying anytime, anywhere, has grown rapidly. The objective of this study is to examine the scope of the academic use of smart devices in the Israeli academic environment. A Smart device refers to a portable device that is capable of connecti ng to the internet such as: Smartphones, Tablets, E - Readers and PDA. The current study addressed two research questions: RQ1: How do students use smart devices for academic purposes? RQ 2: What are the barriers to using mobile smart devices and are smart d evices easy to use for academic purposes? The first objective is to explore the way students use smart devices for academic purposes. The second objective is to find barriers and ease of use of smart device academic. The findings indicate that students use smart devices for academic purposes, however academic use is not particularly high. The most common academic uses of smart devices are accessing the campus website, reading pdf files, using courses catalog, finding academic material by internet search and by online databases, finding new research tools and new services by internet search and by fellow students. According to the students the main barriers to using mobile devices with internet were: poor site format, small screen size and slow downloading ti me.
Economic Impact of Infertility in Crossbred Dairy Cows: The Case of Eastern Nile Locality, Sudan published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Tamador-Elkhansaa Elnour Angara, Moamer Hassan Mohammed Elfadil The aim of the current work was to estimate the economic loss due to infertility in crossbred dairy cows in Eastern Nile Locality (ENL). A total of twelve farms were followed up for infertility problems during the period 2008 2009.The study revealed that 17.31% of crossbred cows were infertile. Accordingly the annual economic loss was estimated as the cost of milk loss, cost of calf loss, cost of culling and the cost of veterinary intervention. The total annual loss accounted to $US 418,779.1, loss per farm was $US 34,898.261 and loss per cow was $US 4,927. Milk loss accounted to To89% f the total cost. Raising the awareness of the farmers towards better management of infertility problems will act to increase their income as well as milk supply.
Comparision of Mifepristone and Misoprostol in the Induction of Labor At Term published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Raksha M,Dr Arun Rao,Dr Shameem VPA Aim: To assess the ability of mifepristone and misoprostol individually in priming the cervix. When mifepristone alone is insufficient, to determine if vaginal misoprostol used sequentially, is effective in inducing labor. Methods: prospective randomized comparative study conducted in LadyGoschen Hospital, Mangalore. Inclusion criteria: singleton term pregnancy and Bishops score <6. Exclusion criteria:Parity >5, scarred uterus, cephalopelvic disproportion, antepartum hemorrhage, oligohydramnios. Statistical analysis:was performed using the ?2 test, p-value of <0.05 was considered significant. Results: The study demonstrated significant efficacy of mifepristone for cervical ripening and induction of spontaneous labor after drug administration. In the present study 66% of women entered labor spontaneously or had a sufficiently ripened cervix within 48hrs of intake of mifepristone, but there was no difference in time between misoprostol administration and delivery interval between the groups. There were less number of LSCS in the mifepristone group but the difference was not statistically significant. Maternal and neonatal outcomes were comparable in both groups.
AMELORATIVE EFFECT OF AQUEAUS EXTRACT OF CARICA PAPAYA LEAVE AGAINST HIGH BODY TEMPERATURE IN ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Thanaa M. Badr* and Afaf H. Kamel The leaves of Carica papaya (C. papaya) are generally considered waste but their extracts have been linked various health benefits. The objective of this study was to investigate the ability of C. papaya aqueous leaf extract to reduce genotoxicity of exposure to high temperature 40 2 C0 for 3 hrs by using micronucleus test (MNT), sperm abnormality assay and biochemical parameters. Results showed that exposure of rats to heat 402 C0 for 3 hrs produced statisticaly significant increases in micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes ferquencies (46.2 0.89) when it compared with control frequencies (14.5 0.69). Treatment with C.papaya aqueous leaf extract before and after heat exposure reduced micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes MN-PCEs frequenceies (18.67 0.82 and 38.3 0.99) respectively No difference was observed in Polychromatic erythrocytes/ normochromatic erythrocyte( PCEs/NCEs) ratio in all groups. Sperm shape deformities reached up to 18.92% in rats exposed to heat (402 C0), while untreated rats showed 5.62%. Treatment with C.papaya aqueous leaf extract before and after heat exposure reduced sperm shape deformities by 12.37% and 6.53% respectively. Additionally exposure to heat caused a significant increased in serum biochemical variables (ALT,AST, total protein, urea , creatinin and albumin) .This increase was reduced with treatment c.papaya aquous leaf extract both after or before exposure to heat. These results suggest that exposure to heat40 20C induced MNPCEs formation in bone marrow cells and increase abnormalities sperm shape, this effects reduced by C .papaya leaf extract.
HUMAN HAIR PERFORATION: A TOOL IN FORENSIC BIOLOGY published in

Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine

Published by Innovative Publication
Itisha Singh The hair perforation is a prominent feature in several infected hairs. Different types of perforators are found in human hairs. Various types of hair perforations were seen in different individuals in this study. Other structure and type of hairs, their chemical structures are also reviewed in order to consolidate important aspects of hair diagnosis.
Electronic Commutation & Inverters published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Anand Shwetal I. This paper deals with a electronic commuatation in brushless dcmotor. If the dc input voltage is fixed and it is controllable, a variable output voltage can be obtained by varying the gain of the inverter, which is normally accomplished by pulse-width-modulation (PWM) control within the inverter. The inverter gain may be defined as the ratio of the ac output voltage to dc input voltage.
Consumer Buying Pattern of Fairness Cream published in

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Dr. B. Rajendran, S. Manoharan The Indian economy, Asia's third-largest, has been growing briskly at above 8 percent for the last couple of years. Indian cities dominate a new catalog of the world's fastest-growing 100 cities in terms of urbanization, with three cities in top the 10. Globally, despite the worldwide economic slump, the personal care market in India has been growing at 13 percent per annum. The personal care product market is valued at USD 5.7 billion; its wellness service market was assessed at USD 2.9 billion in 2010. The personal care industry is directly aligned to the demographics of the region that it serves. With the median age at 25 years, India is among the worlds youngest nations, as compared to 43 years in Japan and 36 years in the US. In addition, the countrys population base of 1.2 billion is estimated to rise to 1.5 billion by the end of 2030. Urbanization will also increase by 45 percent in the next 30 years. In recent times, Indian consumers have been looking for newer shopping experiences and products. Consumer concentration has shifted from traditional offerings to new generational ones; for instance, demand for soap cakes has shifted to liquid soaps, and shaving creams to foams and gels. It is quite evident that the cosmetics and toiletries industry in the developed markets is close to saturation and growth has slowed down. Meanwhile, countries such as India, with its growing economy, offer a lucrative market for large multinationals. As per a recent study by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), the Indian color cosmetics and skin care markets have been increasing for the last two years and have recorded a growth rate of 20 percent in 2010. Consequently, this market has already experienced the entry of several brands, including MAC Cosmetics, Channel, Givenchy, Versace, Red Earth, The Body Shop, Christian Breton, ArtDeco and MAX Factor. Several of the foreign players are expanding; for instance, Baccarose is expanding its Parcos brand cosmetics stores, as are the MKP and Cosmos brands. This report demonstrates that now is just the right time for global cosmetics and skin care companies to participate in the growth story. According to some researchers the Indian personal care industry will witness 25 percent growth rate in the next few years. The Emerging Market Forum declared that the per capita income of India is expected to increase about 18 times by 2039, while disposable income for households is estimated to grow three times by 2025. Globalization, rise in incomes, greater awareness about self needs and a change in Personal Care Products.The annual value of personal products business in India, including oral care, hair cares and skin cares products, is currently estimated to be Rs 54.6 bn. Just five years ago personal products were considered to be luxury items and attracted a high excise duty of 120% (except the oral care category). These factors have been the catalysts in the exponential growth rate in the personal product category over the past five years.Personal care products are further divided into 6 categories: Oral care Hair care - oils Hair care - shampoos Skin care Cosmetics Feminine Hygiene
Accessory Foramen Transeversarium in Cervical Vertebrae-A Case Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. R Mohanty, G. K. R Nune, S. C Mohapatra, M. Patra The cervical vertebrae presents foramen transversariumm in each transverse process, except in the seventh cervical vertebra rest of the foramen transversarium normally transmits vertebral artery and vein and a branch from the cervicothoracic ganglion.25 sets of cervical vertebrae were studied . Variations were noticed in the number of foramen transversarium unilaterally and bilaterally.The cause of variations in foramen transversarium may be developmental or due to the variation in course of the structures passing through it.
Efficacy of some local isolates of Beauveria bassiana(Bals.) and Metarhizium anisopliae (Met.) in control of mosquito larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus (Say) published in

Baghdad Science Journal

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr Archit Jain*, Mr Arpit Chawda Road pavements or structure on loose soil needs stabilization. Soil stabilization is mainly done for modifying soil engineering properties to improve the bearing capacity and durability property of weak soil. At the same time the waste material disposal is possessing a lot of problem for disposal. The aim of the study is to appraise the waste material with a review on stabilization of clayey soil using demolished concrete structural fines. Various methods are available for stabilizing clayey soil. These met hods include stabilization with chemical additives, soil replacement, compaction control, moisture control and thermal methods. Based on literature reviews and use of demolished waste issues, fines obtained from demolished waste is a low cost and effective soil stabilization method. This dissertation presents the results of a study that investigated the use of demolished concrete in the stabilization of expansive clayey soil. The demolished waste is crushed into fines and coarse materials and grading of f ines is done to know the properties of demolished fines and there suitability as a stabilization material. The soil has been stabilized with 0.5%, 10% and 25% of demolished concrete fines and coarse. The final mixtures were tested: Moisture Content Atterbe rglimits, Compactionand California Bearing Ratio Unconfined Triaxial test. Results indicates that demolished concrete content increases, maximum dry density decrease while CBR values tend to increase. Thus, demolished concrete could potentially act similar to lime or cement in improving the properties of clayey soils. Finally it is concluded that the specific gravity increases with increase in amount of stabilizer. Plasticity index of soil decrease with increase in amount of stabilizer. The maximum dry dens ity increases, and the optimum moisture content decreases with increasing the concrete content in the mixture. The CBR values of the mixtures increases with increasing the recycled concrete content in the mixture. Using C&D waste in soil stabilization he lps to reduce the hazardous environmental impacts of the waste and improves the engineering properties of soil which ultimately reduces the cost of construction and increases the life of the structure built on stabilized soil.
A Review on Comparative Analysis of Routing Protocols of MANET? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Umara Urooj, Nafees Ayub, Ramzan Talib, Yahya Saeed? Mobile Ad Hoc Networks is an emerging field of networking. This system has some distinct characteristics than existing networking technologies. This system is builds up by the collection of mobile nodes come in contact of each other to work together or serve each other. If a payload is not related to a node it is sent to next node. So a node acts as a router. MANET has its own set of routing protocols. It has different Proactive nature, Reactive nature and Hybrid nature routing protocols. In this paper those journals are selected for review which considered OPNET as simulator and performed comparative analysis on different MANET routing protocols. Here it is checked which type of traffic is considered for routing purpose and which routing protocol performed well, which parameters were considered? So that after reviewing this paper, an idea about MANET routing protocols, their working can be developed.
Intrusion Detection, Secure Protocol & Network Creation for Spontaneous Wireless AD HOC Network? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Nikhil Varghane, Prof. Bhakti Kurade, Prof. Chandradas Pote? Fundamental aspect in wireless network creation & wireless communication is use of security so this paper proposing a secure protocol for spontaneous wireless ad hoc networks which uses an hybrid public ,private key scheme and the trust between users in order to exchange the initial data and to exchange the secret keys that will be used to encrypt the data. The protocol offers Network creation, protocol messages, and network management communication. We presenting self-configured secure protocol that is able to create the network and share networks secure services. The network allows sharing resources and new services among users in a secure environment. Our proposal has been implemented in order to test the protocol procedure and working. Finally, we compare the protocol with other spontaneous ad hoc network protocols in order to highlight its features and we provide a security analysis of the system. A Spontaneous ad-hoc network is a complete self-configured secure protocol which is able to create the network and share secure services without any previous setup. The network permits sharing resources and offering new services among users in a securely. The protocol contains all functionality required to operate without any outer support. Design of a protocol permits the creation and management of a spontaneous wireless ad hoc network
WEIGHTED N-FACTOR MARRIAGE PROBLEM USING SMA published in

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Dr.T.Ramachandran, Dr. D. Udayakumar, K.Velusamy This paper deals with the Marriage problem which was introduced by Gale and Shapley, GS algorithm was used to find solution for it. For a Marriage problem to be solved, only one factor has been used assuming that the preference list is based on a single factor. In this study, the researcher has introduced N-factors with weightage (i.e. Dowry, Height, Weight, Colour and so on) in Marriage problem and Satisfactory Matching Algorithm has been applied to find solution for the marriage problem. The findings were discussed and illustrated with real life examples.
Models of Information Behaviour in the Internet Era published in

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T. Thilagavathi, Dr. A. Thirunavukkarasu Information is a treasure and it has to be passed on to the generations as the legacy of present society. The need for information is one of the cognitive needs of humankind. Information seeking is a conscious effort to acquire information in response to a need or gap in knowledge. Information seeking behaviour is a complex activity, requiring access to diverse information resources to deal with work-related, personal, and social information problems. The information flow on all sides brought changes in the users information needs and seeking behaviour. The changing information needs of the user exert pressure in information dissemination process. The aim of the study is to learn the accessible models in the field of information behaviour and it is a journey towards finding out the suitable model. This article describes the salient features of each model to help the researchers to have a glimpse before taking up an user study. This shall also help in better organization of existing service delivery systems.
AGRICULTURE IN UKRAINE: CONDITIONS, COMPETITIVENESS AND INTEGRATION PROSPECTS ON EUROPEAN LEVEL 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�
Ovsiienko Anatolii Research subject. Conditions and prospects of agriculture development in Ukraine. Research purpose. The analysis of agricultural sector conditions in Ukraine and determining the main reasons slowing down the agriculture development in Ukraine. Research methods. The main methods of studying are the traditional general economic methods: statistical observation, abstract logical analysis, method of comparison, average and relative values, graphical method, dynamic series, index method, methods of mathematical statistics (variance, correlation, alignment, etc.). Research methodology. Key statements in the sphere of agriculture; works of domestic and foreign scientists and practitioners in this field. Research results. In the contest of given problems the attempt of disclosing the peculiarities of agriculture development in Ukraine is made. Results implementation. The results of investigation can be applied in studying the problems of agricultural sector. Conclusions. Taking into consideration the problems existing as well as the positive foreign experience, it seems appropriate to implement the relevant measures in the context of increasing the national agricultural products competitiveness on European market. The main directions of these measures implementation are: harmonization of national standards for agricultural products in accordance with EU standards; increasing the export potential of domestic agricultural producers; establishing a modern agrarian market infrastructure; strengthening the cooperation of private farms and agricultural producers; establishing the collaboration between agricultural producers and research institutions; using the positive experience of the EU countries as for agricultural market regulation towards strengthening the agricultural sector competitiveness.
IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES OF ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Railya Minibulatovna Muhamadeyeva*, Irina Aleksandrovna Based on the analysis of the results of activities aimed at the development of three - dimensional printing in Kazakhstan, highlighted the alleged problems of the successful implementation of additive technologies in the economy and in education particularly. In article the scheme of the existence and development of new technologies and the role of government’s support in the process is g iven
Exposure of Microflora Present in Various Habitants and its Drug Designing Studies published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
K. Ramya*, D. Sivareddy and M. Padmavathi The Micro flora isolated from the clinical samples like infectious blood and Buccal samples from different habitants and confirmed through different biochemical characterizations. The blood samples collected by intravenal puncture and the buccal samples are collected by using the buccal swabs from mouth. In Biochemical characterization of the microbes, different biochemical tests like glucose fermentation tests, starch hydrolysis tests, citrate tests etc are done for confirmation of bacteria. Among all the microorganisms Bacillus anthraces is the most common and dangerous which causes Anthrax. Casp1 is the responsible protein to cause this anthrax disease. In the present study a potent inhibitor was designed to inhibit the activity of Casp1 protein through drug designing. Keywords: Blood and Buccal samples, biochemical tests, Anthrax, CASP1, Softwares, 3V6M, docking studies.
MARINE ASCIDIANS POTENTIAL SOURCE FOR NEW CLASS OF ANTI-CANCER DRUGS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Satheesh Kumar Palanisamy *1, Salvatore Giacobbe1, Umamaheswari Sundaresan2 Ascidians has potential source to discover novel marine natural products (MNPs) with promising biomedical applications. In recent years notable numbers of compounds were reported from these species prospective compounds are reached to various clinical trials. Alkaloids, Indole, ? carboline Alkaloids, Pyrocridine, and Saturosporine are the main chemistry group were reported from the ascidian species. The genus Didemnum sp is the most studied species from this group, Anti-tumor and Anti-cancer compounds are the main area of interest in the screening of MNPs from Ascidians (64%), followed by Anti-Malarial (6%) and remaining others. We represent the elevated level of research focusing to discovering new MNPs from the ascidians species, which will lead to discover new marine drugs to develop new therapies against cancer disease in the future.
Analysis of genetic diversity in wheat genotypes published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHASHIKALA S.KOLAKAR*,R.R. HANCHINAL1 AND SADASHIV NADUKERI D2 analysis was studied for yield and its component characters in 169 wheat genotypes. Analysis was done using Mahalanobiss D2 statistic (1936) as described by Rao (1952). Following the cluster analysis all the 169 genotypes showed that the genotypes were grouped into twelve clusters, with the variable number of genotypes in each cluster. The inter cluster distance was found to be highest between cluster VIII and XI; hence accessions from these clusters are suggested to obtain improvement in seed yield of wheat. Days to 50 per cent flowering, number of spike lets per spike, grain yield per plot and productive tillers per meter length are the most important characters contributing to total divergence.
Desmoid Tumors of the Abdominal wall: A case report published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr.Mohammed Raza, Dr.Shivanand Reddy K.V Background Desmoid tumors are slow growing deep fibromatoses with aggressive infiltration of adjacent tissue but without any metastatic potential. Case Presentation We report a young female patient with desmoid tumor of the abdominal wall who underwent primary resection. Patient had a history of an earlier abdominal surgery. Preoperative evaluation included abdominal ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography. The histology revealed a desmoid tumor. Conclusion Complete surgical resection is the first line management of this tumor entity
To evaluate the efficiency and effect of paddy weeder on the yield and economics or rice crop published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
B.K. YADAV1, B.S.KHERAWAT*, RAJESH KUMAR AND SUSHIL KUMAR2 An On Farm Trial was initiated in the Narayanpur village of Garhwa. The On Farm Trial was planned in the Rabi of 2008. Source of technology selected was Japanese weeder and cono weeder. Grain yield harvested was significant in all the treatments. The maximum grain yield of 41 q/ha were recorded in treatment 2 wherein weeding was done with Japanese weeder followed by three treatment these which weeding was done with cono weeder (34q/ha). The least grain yield of 20.5q/ha was recorded under farmers practice in which hand weeding was done. In terms of energy efficiencies, cost to benefit ratio noticed, and higher grain yield output, weeding with Japanese weeder was considered to be successful on farm trial followed by weeding with cono weeder
DETERMINANTS OF FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS' INVESTMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON SENSEX MOVEMENT- A QUARTERLY APPRAISAL published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Devdatt J. Vyas, Dr. Manoj D. Shah Indian capital market is vast destination and attracts investors for Investments. The Indian market is steadily growing and had allured domestic investors' community and foreign investors group in the past. India is a favourite investment place for Foreign Institutional Investors. Foreign institutional Investors are the investors who invest their fund in the recipient country and who are registered outside country. In this research study, it is an attempt made to describe or moreover explain the impact and extent of foreign institutional investors in Sensex movement. In General meaning of foreign institutional investors are referred as an entities which are companies or firms, registered outside India investing in the financial or capital market of India. Foreign Institutional Investors must register themselves with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to make participation in the capital market. One of the major market regulations pertaining to Foreign Institutional Investors involves placing limits on Foreign Institutional Investors ownership in Indian Companies. They can make investment in a portfolio of shares and deposits. Foreign Institutional Investors invest their major source of money in the issue of Participatory Notes (P-Notes), or which is sometimes called Offshore Derivatives. There are nearly 1484 Foreign Institutional Investors and more than 38 Foreign Brokers registered to Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). In this present paper we probe into relationship between capital market movement with reference to Sensex and these investors, we often hear that whenever there is a rise in stock market, it is due to Foreign Institutional Investors' investment and there is a decline in stock market, it is due to withdrawal of money by Foreign Institutional Investors.
INSIGHT: PERSONAL ASSISTANT MOBILE APPLICATION FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED IN SRI LANKA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
N.D.K. Guruge, R.A.G.P. Ranasinghe, S.H.P.D.L. Abeywardana, D.M.S.N. Siriwardhana, Dhammika H. De Silva Smart phones play a major role in people's life nowadays. However, it has become a challenging task for visually impaired people to get involved with smart phones in their day to day activities because of the limited accessibility to the input mechanism. “Insight” is a personal assistant mobile application mainly focusing on visually impaired, which will give them a hand in their routine tasks. This application provides a tangible input mechanism based on braille which will simplify the task of using mobile phones. Two types of keypads are used in the application according to the input needed to provide. There are several main components included in this application. Learning module, speed dialer, messaging, calculator, gaming module, scheduler, public transportation assistance and navigation instructions provider are those components. The main objective of this project is to provide equal opportunity for the visually challenged people to get the experience of a sighted person would get, using a mobile phone without any restraint due to their impairment. Keywords: Visually Impaired, Smart Phones, Input Mechanism, Braille, Equal Opportunity
Effect of Firm Attributes on Return on Asset of Listed Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

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

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P. P. Talware, P. M. Yeole For this study industrial wastewater samples from near by area of Hindustan Zink Ltd. Company, Udaipur were collected. At this point the soil is getting polluted by the disposal of different industrial wastewater. This work describes a green chemistry approach by the detection and identification of metals and organic compounds in industrial wastewater by ICP-AES and GC-MS techniques. For detection of metals HCl-HNO3, (2:1) extract was prepared, while organic compounds were detected in CH2Cl2 extracted mass. Also the functional groups present in organic compounds were identified by FTIR. Detected some of the metals and organic compounds are toxic to the environment. This analysis can highlight the urgent need for continuous monitoring which will affect on environment.
Tea Industry in West Bengal Hopes and Challenges published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Prof. Basudeb Sadhukhan The slow growth of tea industry of India, particularly West Bengal during last few years compels Govt. and tea producers to come forward for developing specific remedial measures. Annual production and consumption at international level shows rising trend whereas reveals situation prevails here. India is the largest producer of tea in the world. It is one of the largest employer employing approximately more than six crore of people (mostly women) in several ways of production, processing, packaging etc. West Bengal is the second largest producer of tea in India and contributes 24% of the total tea production. In West Bengal, the first commercial tea gardens were planted by British in the year 1852. The focus of this paper is to examine the causes of West Bengal and to suggest some proposals for its survival. Darjeeling tea has a reputation both in India and outside India. No doubt, in near future this industry will earn handsome revenue for the state.
Yield Performance and Factor Analysis for Superior Cultivars Identification in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) published in

PSM Biological Research

Published by PSM Publishers
Muhammad Kamran, Inamullah, Muhammad Sajjad Iqbal The purpose of our study was to differentiate the varieties of wheat depending on their morphological traits relating to yield and to estimate those factors which are responsible for the highest yield plant -1. The 26 different types of local wheat varieties were grown in the field conditions of Hazara University Mansehra, seeded in a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with 3 replications. Some of the Morphological traits were significant namely, spike length, flag leaf area, awn length, grains per spike, spikelets per spike, number of tillers, peduncle length, grains weight, and grain yield but others were non-significant such as, leaf angel, days to headings, days to maturity, plant height and harvest index. Kaghan-93 (7.77g plant-1) was seen to be the highest production of yield and was observed best within 26 varieties. Factors examination exposed 5 essential factors that estimated 73.24% of the total differences, depending on principal component processes. One of these was awn length that seems to be 18.83% in the direction of the yield. While the second and third component were (16.38%) and (14.53%) for yield component and plant architecture respectively. The fourth factor was the growth factor which was estimated upto 12.86% and maturity parameters was 10.26%. Depending on these factors selection will be conducive to use highest yield genotypes and are suggested for further crop renovation programs. Keywords: Wheat, morphological traits, varieties, harvest, parameters.
Optimization of Culture Conditions for Production of Xylanase from Thermomyces Lanuginosus by Liquid State Fermentation published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Seema Rawat Xylanase is an important enzyme having various biotechnological applications. The present work focused on optimization of culture conditions for enhanced enzyme production. The maximum production was observed at 400C (15.20?0.20 U/ml) after 96h of incubation (15.20?0.20 U/ml) and at pH 6.5 (15.20?0.20 U/ml. Maximum enzyme production was observed on wheat bran as substrate (15.20?0.20 U/ml) and at 1.5% wheat bran (18.10?0.10 U/ml. Maximum xylanase production was observed on yeast extract (18.10?0.10 U/ml) and at 1.5% level (20.10?0.10 U/ml). All additives and detergents decrease the activity of enzyme. Maximum decrease was observed when tween-80 was added (10.15?0.21U/ml). Ca2+ and Mn2+ were found to enhance xylanase production.
ROLES OF EMBLICA OFFICINALIS (AMLA) IN MEDICINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mrs. Manali. M. Bhide*, Mr. Sachin. A. Nitave Medicinal plants are natural gift to human lives to promote disease free healthy life. This article discuses and summarizes important medicinal values of Emblica officinalis (EO). Earlier it becomes a notable fruit for its rich amount of vitamin C, polyphenols such as tannins, gallic acid, ellagic acid, flavonoids like quercetin and rutin. Emblica officinalis (Amla) are widely distributed in tropical and subtropical areas and has therapeutic potential against deleterious diseases such as in cancer, diabetis, liver treatment, heart disease, ulcer, anemia and various other diseases. The use of EO as antioxidant, immunomodulatory, antipyretic, analgesic, cytoprotective, antitussive and gastroprotective are also reviewed. Its applications for memory enhancing, ophthalmic disorders, lowering cholesterol level are focused. The effects of EO in neutralizing snake venom and as an antimicrobial are also included.
Rare Presentation of Burkholderia Infection in A Patient with Diabetic Foot Ulcer. published in

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Dr Rakesh Rai A, Dr Priyatham Kamath, Dr Ramprakash A Kalgujjikar, Dr Prajwal K Rao -
POLYPLOIDY IN FLOWER CROPS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
N.A.KAZI 1 , J.P. YADAV and U.H.PATIL Polyploidy breeding is an effective method for doubling the chromosome number of a species. Genetic variations created can be further used in breeding programme. Polyploidy breeding holds immense prospects in developing desirable varieties in flower crops. With the help of polyploidy , changes in morphology and cytology of plant are observed. Tetraploids are more vigorous and larger in size. Tetraploids produce thick and dark green leaves . Mostly seen consequences of induced polyploidy are increase in size and shape of plants; leaves, branches, flower parts, fruit s and seeds. Intensification of flower colour and fragrance is observed in Marigold plants following chromosome number doublin g. Chemicals like colchicine, oryzalin, triXuralin and amiprophosmethyl (APM) etc. are used in induct ion of polyploids. Although colchicine remained the most used for induction of polyploidy. Chromosome doubling using various chemicals was observed in flower crops viz., Marigold, Aster, Orchid, Jasmine, Lillium, Chrysanthemum, Alstromeria, Anthurium, Rose and Gerbera .
A REVIEW ON EXTENDED RELEASE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM AND MULTIPARTICULATE SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mr. Samir J. Shah1*, Dr. Paresh B. Shah1 Dr. Mukesh S. Patel2, Dr. Mukesh R. Patel2 Recently, extended release pharmaceutical products became a very useful tool in medical practice, offering a wide range of actual and perceived advantages to the patients. Oral drug delivery is the most preferred route for the various drug molecules among all other routes of drug delivery, because ease of administration which lead to better patient compliance. So, oral extended release drug delivery system becomes a very promising approach for those drugs that are given orally but having the shorter half-life and high dosing frequency. Extended release is also providing promising way to decrease the side effect of drug by preventing the fluctuation of the therapeutic concentration of the drug in the body. Oral extended release drug delivery medication will continue to account for the largest share of drug delivery systems. The extended release product will optimize therapeutic effect and safety of a drug at the same time improving the patient convenience and compliance. Recent trends indicate that multiparticulate drug delivery systems are especially suitable for achieving extended release oral formulations with low risk of dose dumping, flexibility of blending to attain different release patterns as well as reproducible and short gastric residence time. The release of drug from pellets depends on a variety of factors including the carrier used to form pellets and the amount of drug contained in them. Consequently, pellets provide tremendous opportunities for designing new controlled and extended release oral formulations, thus extending the frontier of future pharmaceutical development.
FIVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF AMISULPRIDE IN PURE FORM AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Khalid A.M. Attia, Mohammed W.I. Nassar and Ahmed M. Abd El Zaher* Five Simple, rapid, sensitive, accurate and precise stability-indicating spectrophotometric methods were developed for the determination of Amisulpride in bulk powder and in pharmaceutical preparation. Method (A) First derivative method(1D), Method (B) Ratio derivative method(1DD), Method (C) Ratio difference method, Method (D) Mean centering method, Method (E) Dual wavelength method are used for the determination of intact Amisulpride in presence of its degradation product. The methods were validated and successfully applied to the determination of Amipride 50mg tablets with an average percent recovery RSD% of 100.26 1.097 for method (A), 98.177 1.130 for method (B), 99.60 1.371 for method (C), 101.9 1.349 for method (D) and 98.85 1.007 for method (E). 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.
DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVITY AMONG THE STUDENTS THROUGH TEACHING & LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Prof. Ina Shastri,Anupma Sirohi Teaching & learning-process is a complex process. Many things affect it. To bring ease and spontaneity in teaching there should be new way in teaching system and that new way will rekindle interest in children towards learning of English language. To learn English language effectively, there is a need to create a creative environment in the class room.
LITHIASIS: THE CAUSATIVE SOURCES ARE UREATES AND OXALATES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Montu Barot, Urvashi Nayak, Khyati Pathak, Khushbu Patel and Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen* A calculus (plural calculi), often called a stone, is a concretion of material, usually mineral salts, that forms in an organ or duct of the body. Formation of calculi is known as lithiasis. Stones can cause a number of medical conditions. Some common principles apply to stones at any location, but for specifics of the particular stone type in question. Calculi are not to be confused with gastroliths. Calculi in the urinary system are called urinary calculi and include kidney stones (also called renal calculi or nephroliths) and bladder stones (also called vesical calculi or cystoliths). They can have any of several compositions, including mixed. Principal compositions include oxalate and ureate. Calculi of the gallbladder and bile ducts are called gallstones and are primarily developed from bile salts and cholesterol derivatives. Calculi in the nasal passages (rhinoliths) are rare. Calculi in the gastrointestinal tract (enteroliths) can be enormous. Individual enteroliths weighing many pounds have been reported in horses. Calculi in the salivary glands are called salivary calculi (sialoliths). Calculi in the tonsils are called tonsillar calculi (tonsilloliths).
Student Representation and Modes of Institutional Stakeholder Interaction Platforms. Reconciling University Councils and their Student Stakeholders published in

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

Published by College VCHS
Omal Felix Abstract: The stakeholder relationships between any university leadership and its university student clientele are important indicators of effective governance. In the post 1994, South African higher education dispensation, and of the 2015 the Rhodes must fall and fees must fall university students across the South African universities, the key symbolic characteristics of these stakeholder relationships between the stakeholder governed university councils and the university students has been the discourse of animosity, university protests, disruption of learning and destruction of university properties. Subsequently, in light of the 2015 fees must fall and Rhodes must fall university student movements, the role of the university councils in bringing effective governance as a result has come under heavy review. As a consequence, this paper examines the extent to which the relationship between university student representation in the university council and modes of institutional engagement platforms of the university council with its stakeholders are contributing to effective governance in the former historically black South African universities. This paper argues that there are strong stakeholder’s influences on the kinds of institutional governance processes and procedures used to enhance or coordinate university student representation and engagement relationships between the university council and its different stakeholders in this case university students. As such to engage with these institutional contexts requires the university council to understand the relationship between modes of student representation in institutional governance and the ways of institutional engagement platforms between the university councils and its key stakeholders the different university student’s formations across the university campuses. The paper used the concept of culture as a guiding framework to bring understanding of the ways the relationship between student representation and the modes of institutional engagement by stakeholder governed university councils can be used to improve governance practise. The date for this paper was collected from documentarily sources, interviews with the members of the university council and surveys of the university staff and students. The paper ends with a re-imagination of governance practises that enhance sustainable university student representation and suitable engagement avenues as enablers of good practise. Keywords: University councils, stakeholder governance, student representation, stakeholder communication, the former historically disadvantaged black universities
Attitude Towards Using New Technology Among B.ed. College Teachers published in

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Dr. Mohit Dixit This study was conducted to find out B.Ed college teachers attitude towards using new technology .The sample consisted 120 B.Ed college teachers from Jaipur district of Rajasthan state. An attitude towards using new technology scale was used to collect the data .The statistical techniques used were the mean ,standard deviation, T-test .The results showed that the factors like locality of the school , gender , marital status influence attitude towards using new technology .
A study of dietary habits, life style and management of osteoarthritis in men and women published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VARSHAGOEL ANDRITUGARG Present study was conducted to know the dietary pattern, physical activity and management of osteoarthritis in males and females of 60-80 age groups. Osteoarthritis complications were majorly age related
Levels of Accumulation and Release Mechanism of Pollutants in Sediments of Lihe River as a Water Conveyance Canal published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Liqin Zhu, Cuiling Jiang, Youheng Wang, Yanmei Peng and Peng Zhang Lihe River as an important water conveyance canal of diversion project from Luanhe River to Tianjin should convey 40-50 m3/s water in each spring and autumn. With the variation of water discharge, the sediments with poor viscosity and great suspension capability were very prone to re-suspension and pollutants release easily. In order to study the effects of pollutants release in sediments on river during water diversion period and set out proper protection scheme to prevent the second pollution, experiments were done to make clear the levels of accumulation and release mechanism of pollutants in sediments. First, compared with those in Haihe River, Wulihu Lake and Xuanwuhu Lake, the average content of organic matters of sediments in Lihe River was 0.21%, lower obviously, TP with the average value of 5.18 mg/kg was much higher, while TN reaching 2.99 mg/kg, a little higher than others. Second, water diversion indeed made pollutants in sediments release quickly and threaten water quality seriously. TN was the main pollutant, a high level in both river and sediments, which kept releasing with the maximum release amount of 9.16 g/m2 and intensity 4.2 g/m2/d and had a great negative influence. TP and Fe with the maximum release amounts were 0.248 g/m2 and 1.7 g/m2 with maximum release intensities of 0.248 g/m2/d and 1.7 g/m2/d respectively. They released fast and deposited also fast, and were the potential pollutants and the release amounts could not be neglected during the initial water diversion period.
ANIMACIÓN SOCIOCULTURAL COMO ESTRATEGIA INTEGRADORA ENTRE INSTITUCIÓN EDUCATIVA-DOCENTE Y COMUNIDAD. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
Ayari del Carmen Gelvis González Universidad Nacional Experimental “Rafael María Baralt” ayagel69@hotmail.com Zulia, Venezuela SOCIOCULTURAL ANIMATION AS INTEGRATING STRATEGY BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION-TEACHER AND COMMUNITY. This research was aimed at proposing the sociocultural animation as integrating strategy between the educational institution, school, teachers and community, at the Integral Bolivarian School “El Muro” from Valmore Rodríguez municipality in Zulia state. This investigation is theoretically based on the authors: Carides (2010), Trillas (2012), Henriquez and Paredes (2015). The study was developed through the participatory action research methodology, defined as the main argument for the transformation of the problem, the Elliot G. model (2012) was considered, constituted by action-reflection; and organized by planning-observation for a continuous interaction which establishes a dynamic leading to solve the problems that occur in the daily life of the institution. In order to gather information, the participatory observation technique was applied, using focus group and the problems tree, which allowed identifying the most affected parts of the population, which are interested in participating in the activities. Among the instruments used we find the observation guide, field notes, showing the lack of implementation of values, little sense of belonging, distancing from the community, attributing this to both internal and external factors, for this, the intervention was needed, reaching conclusions, recommendations, and offering proposals for the importance of empowering sociocultural animation as commitments to promote quality education through strategies of transformation of spaces that become real integrating scenarios.
ANALYTICITY OF TWO DIMENSIONAL FRACTIONAL FOURIER - MELLIN TRANSFORM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. A. Sharma*, P. B. Deshmukh The Fourier - Mellin transform is a useful mathematical tool for electronic world due to its translation and scaling property. Day to day extended work of these transform has provided many applications like solving problems of the oscillation theory, hydrodynamics, the elasticity theory, and physical kinetics, algorithm , signal processing, navigation. In this paper two dimensional fractional Fourier - Mellin transform is extended in the distributional generalized sense. Analyticity of the distributional generalized two dimensional fractional Fourier - Mellin transform is pr oved.`
The Immunology of Cancer Cells published in

SOJ Immunology

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Gregory Lee, Cheng-Yuan Huang, Suefay Liu and Hao Zhang RP215 is a monoclonal antibody discovered in 1987 which was later found to react specifically with a carbohydrate-associated epitope detected mainly among immunoglobulin heavy chains from cultured cancer cells. With RP215 as the unique probe for cancerous immunoglobulins, the experimental evidences seem to suggest that the immunology of cancer cells plays dramatic roles in the growth/ proliferation and immune protection of cancer cells. RP215-specific cancerous immunoglobulins serve in part to capture or neutralize circulating antibodies or antigen hostile to cancer cells in human body. In the conventional immune system, B and T lymphocytes and their associated antigen receptors play key roles in the adaptive immune response against pathogens and/or cancer cells through established mechanisms. In contrast, cancer cells co-express both B and T lymphocyte-associated antigen receptors and immune protection is exercised by completely different mechanisms. For example, these cancer cell-expressed antigen receptors demonstrate a lack of class switching, or limited hyper mutation. Furthermore, toll-like receptors involved in the innate immune system in cancer cells are strongly affected by these cancer cell-expressed antigen receptors. Therefore, both normal and cancerous immune systems can co-exist and can be operated simultaneously within the human body. A potential therapeutic strategy may be developed by using RP215 as a drug candidate to target cancer cells based on these observations.
Wetland Avifaunal Diversity of Tasgaon Tahasil of South Western Maharashtra, India published in

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S. S. Patil Tasgaon tahasil having no. of wetlands like two major rivers (Krishna and Verala), no. of small dams, network of agricultural canals and water logged agricultural fields. It lies between N- 18007562 latitude and E- 76009656 longitude, situated East- North of Sangli district of South Western Maharashtra.. The wetlands harbour large number of birds during 2012 2014, surveyed to document avian diversity. In our survey, we identified and listed 44- bird species from the study site. They belonged to 10- orders and 18- families. Among these 10- are migratory and 34- are native birds. The wetlands are very important in conservation of biodiversity especially the water and local birds. Receiving an annual rainfall of about 700 mm with June to August being rainy months. The average annual minimum and maximum temperature are recorded as 160 C and 420 respectively. The water birds are specific in their choice of wetlands. This often strongly associated with prey distribution and its abundance. This preliminary survey of avifaunal diversity of Tasgaon wetlands will help in facilitate conservation strategy and management plan as this is the key component in ecosystem.
Psychological Nudity in Anorexics published in

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Jeannette Abou Nasr Daccache Objectives : our objective is to describe the operating state of an Anorexic structure. These states clarify the role and functions of bodily sensations felt face visual and sets up a path of torture in the body. This state is characterized by a non-awareness of food crises and depression facing the archaic exposure and triggered by traumatic situations, being exposed to collective dead bodies. Patients: Three teenagers: a teenage man and two teenage girls with anorexia hospitalized with the risk of hospital death. The commonalities among these three patients, parents take these people as replacements spouse. They had questions about the dead skeleton when they face a state of death and death exhibition in early morning ceremony. They suffer from strong food disgust, describe their emotional states such as relational pervasive and stifling and have a wasting body. Methods : It is the verbatim sessions, I gathered the predisposing factors to this state of psychic nudity, the etiologies of family problems by finding that these anorexia in the family suffered a "nudity" of parents felt the emotions of the decomposition ,psychic anxiety, difficulties of perceptions of mental visual ,of the mourning, the difficulties of transforming the image into meaning, anorexics will adhere to the vision skeletons and allows the representation to a food disgust up to remove all body wraps until the psychic nudity. Results: All three patients were able to identify this exposure to skeletal bodies reversed psychically their psychic nudity spawning an adhesive problematic perceived incriminating in an uncontrollable psychic process until death. Conclusions: This article confirms that the perceptual among the anorexic leads to a "corporatization" of memory, seeing corpse, cutting an internal path this link body-image-symptom by transforming the perceived to a danger of death.
Bacteriocin Producing Lactobacilli Strains as a Biological Strategy to Control Listerial Growth published in

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Garca MJ1,2*, Ruiz F1,2, Asurmendi P1,2, Pascual L1, Barberis L1 Listeria monocytogenes causes listeriosis in humans and animals, and is predominantly transmitted by ingestion of contaminated food. Its severity and high mortality rate make listeriosis a relevant foodborne disease. Currently, biological strategies using probiotic lactobacilli to prevent and control infectious diseases are being globally investigated. The biocontrol exerted by certain Lactobacillus spp. is mainly due to the production of a variety of antimicrobial substances. The aims of this work were (1) to investigate the presence of Listeria spp. in raw cow milk and (2) to determine the inhibitory activity of bacteriocin-like inhibitory substances (BLIS-es) produced by Lactobacillus fermentum L23 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus L60 on L. monocytogenes and other listerial species isolated from food and clinical samples. The presence of Listeria spp. in raw milk was evaluated in 814 samples from 238 cows. The listerial prevalence in cattle was 0.84% and the isolates were identified as L. innocua (LI1) and L. welshimeri (LW1). A total of 29 listerial strains were used as indicator microorganisms to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of BLIS-es L23 and L60. Bioactive metabolites produced by these lactobacilli strains were able to inhibit the listerial growth. This biological activity was mainly attributed to the BLIS-es L23 and L60 which, even at low concentration, were active on 100% of listerial strains. This study reveals a strong potential for the biotechnological use of these bacteriocin producing lactobacilli as a biostrategy against Listeria spp.
Assess the Quality of Recovery Among PostOperative Patients Subjected to Cardiac Surgery in Selected Tertiary Hospital, Kanchipuram Dist, Tamilnadu published in

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Annie Edith Melinda. J, Stella Sugunakumari Post operative recovery is related to physical, emotional, psychological precepts of an individual. Post operative physical support and psychological support are an essential part in recovery from surgery in order to ensure a good prognosis. Nurses play an important role in improving the postoperative outcome of patients. Each patient as an individual, with consideration of unique pain, depression, anxieties, needs and hopes, in their recovery as well as in the prevention of complications patients undergoing cardiac surgery. Hence the researcher felt it is important to assess the quality of recovery among post operative patients, to know the physiological and psychological wellbeing of the patients daily after surgery till the time of discharge. The overall analysis of recovery shows 92% of patients subjected to cardiac surgery attained good recovery by fifth post-operative day, the remaining 4% in moderate recovery and 4% in poor recovery. The overall mean and standard deviation of day II is 41.28 6.01, day III is 31.84 6.59, day IV is 22.1 6.62 and day V is14.92 6.87.In comparison between all post-operative days with day V using repeated measures of ANOVA revealed that there is a change in mean difference between in each post-operative days. The day II (mean difference) MD = 26.36, day III MD = 16.92 and day IV MD= 7.18. The difference between each day compared with the fifth day is highly significance (p < 0.01) at 0.05 level. Based on the findings of the result indicates that there is a significant difference in quality of recovery in patients subjected to cardiac surgery. Hence this study states that it is not always worth the discomforts of major surgery to get minor recovery.
NASAL CARRIAGE OF METHICILLIN RESISTANT STAPH AUREUS IN FOOD PROVIDER IN RESTURANT AT SAMARA CITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Prof. Abdulghani Mohamed Alsamarai*1, Hayder Mudheher Abbas2, Qanat Mahmood Atia2 Methicillin resistant S. aureus (MRSA) emerged in a few years following clinical use of methicillin. MRSA is considered as a major cause of nosocomial infections and associated with high morbidity and mortality. This study conducted to clarify the problem of MRSA in food handlers in Samara city to prevent the spread of such microorganism. The carrier rate of S. aureus was 28% in food handlers in Samara resturants. Unfortunately, all the isolates were resistant to methicillin. Thus this study indicated a high rate (100%) of MRSA in food handlers, which represent a health problem with impact on health care. In conclusion, MRSA represent a health care problem in food handlers in Samara City.
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.
DETECTION OF BCR-ABL FUSION SIGNAL IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD CELLS OF APPARENTLY HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS BY USING FISH TECHNIQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Dr. Farha A. Ali Shafi*, Dr. Ban A. Abdul Majeed and Dr. Nada AL-Ansari The Philadelphia (Ph) chromosome which results from translocation t(9;22), it is acquired cytogenetic abnormality that characterizes all leukaemic cells in CML. The (9;22) translocation generates the break cluster region c-abl oncogene 1 (BCR-ABL ) fusion gene on the Ph chromosome and also a reciprocal fusion gene, designated ABL1 BCR on the derivative 9q+ chromosome. Measurement of gene fusions in peripheral blood cells of normal individuals may be used as a sensitive assay for the detection of genomic instability, and may contribute to risk estimation for development of lymphoid malignancies. The present study aimed to investigate the presence of bcr?abl fusion gene in the peripheral blood of healthy individuals by using Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) technique. Detection of BCR-ABL fusion signal in apparently healthy Iraqi population is reported for the first time in the present study. BCR-ABL fusion signal was detected in(10/18 ,55%) of study sample and in(18/20,90%) of CML patients There was a significant difference between CML cases and sample study regarding signal positive score(P<0.0001). All sample had low score. (33.3%) of CML cases had high score,(27.8%) had intermediate score, (38.8%) had low score . detecting BCR-ABL fusion signal in peripheral cells of healthy individuals reflect long term exposure to carcinogens consequently they may aid in leading to tumor formation.
Bhagwa a promising variety of pomegranate for dry regions of Karnataka published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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K.R. SHIVA PRASAD, G.K. MUKUNDA, A.B. MOHANKUMAR* AND K.YATHIRAJ Field experiment was conducted at farmers field near Hiriyur, Chitradurga district to know the performance of Bhagwa variety in comparison with Ganesh variety of pomegranate with respect to their physico-chemical characters. The results revealed that the Bhagwa variety of pomegranate is an outstanding variety for all the characters studied. Bhagwa variety recorded the maximum fruit weight and weight of arils (320.60 g and 220.80 g), maximum number of arils recorded in the variety Ganesh and maximum quantum of juice recovered in the variety Ganesh (161.60 ml/fruit).With regard to overall acceptance of fruit for organoleptic qualities, Bhagwa variety emerged as the best variety fetching highest score of 90.80 out of 100
Reduction the Dimensional Dependence Using Rank-Based Similarity Search published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

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Miss. Manisha R. Ghunawat The K-NN is a technique in which objects are classified depends on nearest training examples which is present in the feature query space. The K-NN is the simplest classification method in data mining. In K-NN objects are classified when there is no information about the distribution of the data objects is known. In K-NN performance of classification is depend on K and it can be determined by the choice of K as well as the distance metric of query. The performance of K-NN classification is largely affected by selection of K which is having a suitable neighbourhood size. It is a key issue for classification. This paper proposed a data structure which is for K-NN search, called as RANK COVER TREE to increase the computational cost of K-NN Search. In RCT pruning test involves the comparison of objects similar values relevant to query. In RCT, by assigning ranks to each objects and select objects with respect to their ranks which is relevant to the data query object. It provides much control on the whole execution costs of query. It gives experimental results which is a Non-metric pruning strategies for similarity search .when high dimensional data are used it gives the same result. It returns corrects query execution result in required time that relies on a intrinsic dimensionality of objects of the data set. RCT can exceed the performance of methods involving metric pruning and many selection tests involving distance values having numerical constraints on it.
Effect of Solvent and Thermal Treatment on The Structure of Polyacrylonitrile Membranes published in

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Stoiko Petrov Petrov, Milena Pencheva Miteva Ultrafiltration (UF) membranes were formed by phase inversion on a substrate. Used are 16 mass% polymer solutions of polyacrylonitrile (PAN) copolymer (acrylonitrile-methylcrylate-2-acrulamide-2-methyl-propanesulfonic acid) with solvents Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). The membranes were thermally treated at various temperatures for time 10 min. It was proved that to industrial application the membranes is necessary to be thermally treated at 60??. Defined are technological characteristics in relation to water and calibrants Albumin and ? Chymotrypsin.
Human Resources Management Practices and Organizational Climate: cases Study of the Public Enterprises in Benin published in

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Tchokponhoue Ahod Atilde Copy Dji Henri The current research aims to examine the relationship between the human resources management practices in force in the public enterprises in Benin and the indicators of the organizational climate. These practices RH are designed in this study as an ensemble of factors that exerts a positive influence on the performance if the organizational climate is on the same wavelength. To reach this objective, the research has been focused on the previous research works that resort the assumption that six (06) practices have an influence on the performance: recruitment, training, promotion, remuneration, communication, and assessment of the yield. This assumption has been testified on a sample of 400 employees owing to the method of questionnaire. The results obtained prove that the application without discrimination of these RH practices is at the same time source of satisfaction, cohesion and the reinforcement of the team spirit. The latter indirectly, limit the conflicting situations and influence positively the performance.
Equilibrium studies on mixed ligand complexes of transition metal ions with Tazobactum (antibiotics) drug and amino acids published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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B. K. Magarea and M. B. Ubaleb* Equilibrium studies on mixed ligand complexes of transition metal ions with tazobactum ,an antibiotics drug (L) and a series of eight amino acids(R) have been carried out at 27 0C temperature and 0.1 M ionic strength (NaClO4) in aqueous solution. The formation of complex species has been evaluated by computer program and discussed in terms of various relative stability parameters.
Residual fate and persistence behaviour of a mixed herbicide formulation (pyroxsulam 4.5% OD + sulfosulfuron 75% WDG) in wheat plant and field soil published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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B. GHOSH, 1A. BHATTACHARYYA, 2S. MUKHERJEE, S. DAS AND 1A BHATTACHARYYA To find out the persistence behavior of a mixed herbicide formulation Pyroxsulam 4.5% oil dispersion (OD) and Sulfosulfuron 75% water dispersible granules (WDG), a supervised field study was conducted in B.C.K.V. experimental farm, Mohanpur, West Bengal during 2012-2013 and 2013-2014. The mixed herbicide formulation was applied @ 18 g and 36 g a.i. ha-1 along with untreated control and was analyzed by LC-MS/MS in MRM mode. The method includes extraction with acetonitrile for Pyroxsulam and ethyl acetate for Sulfosulfuron separately followed by clean up using dispersive solid phase extraction (d-SPE) with PSA ,GCB (only for plant) and activated MgSO4. The ethyl acetate extract was evaporated under a nitrogen evaporator and reconstituted with acetonitrile. The average recovery percentage of Pyroxsulam and Sulfosulfuron was 87.67% and 85.07% for wheat plant, 88.87% and 87.40% for wheat straw, 85.67% and 90.80% for wheat grain and 86.27% and 86.00% for field soil respectively. Following 1st order kinetics, the half-life of Pyroxsulam and Sulfosulfuron was found in the range of 1.51-1.67 days and 1.68-2.95 on wheat plant and 1.95-2.84 days and 2.89-3.58 on field soil irrespective of dose and season. No residue of Pyroxsulam and Sulfosulfuron was detected in harvest samples of wheat straw, grain and field soil.
Comparative analysis of different Edge detection techniques for biomedical images using MATLAB published in

Engineering and Scientific International Journal

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Millee Panigrahi*1, Rina Mahakud*2, Minu Samantaray *3, Sushil Kumar Mohapatra *4 Edge detection appreciably preserves the important structural properties in an image and filters out unwanted information while reducing the amount of data. Edges outline the boundaries and are therefore a problem of fundamental importance in image processing of biomedical signals. The method used in this paper is to detect the tumor boundaries in the MRI image using various edge detection techniques. The result of this method makes very clear for physician to distinguish the tumor portion for surgical planning. It has been shown that with proper selection of the threshold value of the image the filters gives better result in terms of edge and PSNR for a given image .It has been shown that Cannys edge detection algorithm performs better than all other operators under almost all scenarios. Experimental results presented in this paper are obtained by using MATLAB.
Leadership and Management in NAAC A Grade Higher Educational Institutes of Maharashtra published in

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Smita Patil Higher education covers teaching , research and extension. Higher education is the source or feeder system in all walks of life and therefore supplies the much - needed human resources in management, planning, design, teaching and research. However Present scenari o regarding quality of these Higher educational institutes in our country appears to be grim. Education system has increased fourteen fold in terms of number of universities and thirty three fold in terms of the number of colleges, in comparison to the number at the time of Independence. Nevertheless, the fact illustrates how difficult it is for developing countries to bridge gaps and to keep pace with the developed world. The Indian higher education system is in a constant state of change and flux due to the increasing needs of expanding access to higher education, impact of technology on the delivery of education, increasing private participation and the impact of globalization. Taking cognizance of these developments and the role of higher education i n society. The accreditation of HEIs is must to maintain quality of HEIs. NAAC has developed five core values: contributing to national development, fostering global competencies among students, inculcating a value system in students, promoting the use o f technology and quest for excellence. The sixth criterion lays stress on the goverence and leadership qualities. It is very necessary to have competent leaders and managers who will direct the HEI towards the fulfilment of the NAAC criterions. so that the institute is able to maintain the standards set up by the NAAC committee to maintain quality of higher Educational Institutes. Management and leadership are concept which are very important to maintain the A grade of any HEI.
Educational Interventional Study of Chemical Industrial Hazards and its Prevention Among the Workers of Dye Industry published in

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Dr. Punit G. Patel, Dr. D. V. Bala Purpose:Work plays a central role in peoples lives, since most workers spend at least eight hours a day in the workplace. Therefore, work environments should be safe and healthyThe proper use of safety measures by dye workers is an important way of preventing and/or reducing a variety of health hazards .Work plays a central role in peoples lives, since most workers spend at least eight hours a day in the workplace. Therefore, work environments should be safe and healthy. The aim of this study was to assess delay in the treatment in AMC area. Methodology:Thiseducational Interventional study was carried out in Dye Stuff Industries, Vatva, Ahmedabad during April 2012 to August 2012. We included those workers who gave verbal consent and remain in job during study period. Total 96 workers were educated by Audio-Visual technique on use of Personal protective equipments for 2 times with 20 days interval. Pre and post intervention knowledge was assessedby using same Pre-designed proforma. Results: Total 96 male workers were included in study. Mean age of workers was 32.2 year with SD 7.2 year. Out of 96, 17 workers (17.7%) were illiterate. Majority of workers 77(78.1%) had one or more forms of addiction. Hypertension was found in 15.6% workers. Overall improvement observed was 45.7% regarding basic knowledge of PPMs and chemical hazards. However only 14 workers were aware about all PPEs.About three fourth (74.5) of workers were using PPEs. Number of poster regarding hazard and PPEs were less and not properly visible. Conclusion: Present As demonstrated in this study, Majority of workers were not aware regarding health hazards of dye and use of Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs). Therefore, Health education regarding use of PPEs and chemical hazards should be given regularly.
RUSA: the Roadmap to Revamping Higher Education in India published in

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Sandeep Paul, Rajinder Singh Education is the most powerful instrument in the progressive transformation of a society. The higher education especially contribute to constructive dynamism, critical thinking and creative evolution of people. Indian higher education is currently in a flux. Our higher education system is facing a lot of challenges over the decades, more so in recent years . In 21st century the main objective of our HE system is to focus on increasing productivity & employability .
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF WASTE INCINERATION PLANT IN THE CITY OF MISURATA - LIBYA I published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Ibrahim Badi * , Mohamed Sawalem , Waste management and utilization strategies are major concern s in many countries. Incineration is a common technique for treating waste, as it can reduce waste mass by 70% and volume by up to 90%, as well as providing recovery of energy from waste to generate electricity. The waste generated from municiple solid wast e incinerations ( MSWI ) usually ends up in two ways ; disposed as landfill or for reuse as secondary raw materials. In most developed countries where land is scarce and the environmental controls are strict , environmental policies tend to reduce landfill dis posals as much as possible . This article is a feasibility study of energy production from waste through incineration in Libya. The research has focused on the management of food waste. Many barriers persist in the development of the incineration plants. Th e major obstacles are the logi stic management, the classification of the waste and the Electricity Price. Becouse of the subsidization of the electricity, the break - even point is high and the net profit isnegative for the first five years.
Studies on Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Novel Coordination Polymers published in

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Purav Talaviya1 and J.A.Chaudhari2 Novel bis ligand namely 5,5'-(6-phenoxy-1,3,5-triazine-2,4-diyl) bis(azanediyl) di quinolin-8-ol (PBDQ), was synthesized by condensation of 5-amino 8-hydroxy quinoline with 2,4-dichloro-6-phenoxy-1,3,5-triazine in the presence of a base catalyst. This ligand was characterized by Elemental analysis, IR, and 1H-NMR. Coordination polymers of this bisligand (PBDQ) were prepared with Cu (II), Ni (II), Co (II), Mn(II), and Zn(II) metal ions. All of these coordination polymers were characterized by elemental analyses, IR spectral and diffuse reflectance spectral studies. The thermal stability was evaluated by thermogravimetric analyses. In addition, all of the coordination polymers have been characterized by their magnetic susceptibilities. The microbicidal activities of all the samples have been monitored against plant pathogens.
Acute Complete Uterine Inversion (2nd Degree) With Obstetric Shock published in

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Dr. Lahari Katneni, Dr. Shyam Mohan M. , Dr. Vandana Kanumuri -
Fatal High Voltage Accidental Electrocution Two Case Reports published in

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Manigandan G1*, Peranantham S1, Shanmugam K2 Electric accidents cause serious injuries by direct heat exposure or by igniting clothes. The severity varies between simple harmless shocks to death. Many at times the victims are thrown to ground from the electric poles sustaining fatal non electric injuries. In this article two cases of high voltage electrocution are reported and discussed. In the first case the victim sustained injuries due to arcing of current. In the second case, there were multiple exit wounds in both legs indicating two different directions in the flow of current. Both the victims suffered fatal head injuries due to fall. Keywords: high voltage electrocution, arcing of current, multiple exit wounds
A Perspective on Multi-Dimensional Synergetic Approach for Environmental Issues in Manufacturing published in

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Sandeep Handa, Tilak Raj Over the years, the uninhibited exploitation of exhaustible resources and scant respect for environmental protection has a threatened the very existence of different species and ecosystems. To mitigate this problem, coalescing manufacturing activities needs with environment protection has become crucial. The businesses today are under intense pressure by the various stakeholders to adopt a greener manufacturing system. This paper highlights the various issues in adopting green manufacturing.
Studies on some physico-chemical properties of sediment and their role in productivity of two floodplain wetlands in West Bengal, India published in

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Santanu Debnath, A.K. Panigrahi The state West Bengal comprises a good number of floodplain wetlands. These wetlands possess a unique type of ecosystem and play a vital role in maintenance of socio economic condition of concerned area. A yearlong study was conducted in two wetlands of the state West Bengal viz., Hansadangabeel of district Nadia and Purbasthalibeel of district Burdwan to analyse the nutrient status of sediment and their role in Net and Gross primary productivity. The present study recorded comparatively high primary productivity in Hansadangabeel (L1) than Purbasthalibeel (L2) due to its high range of nutrient status. Furthermore, due to rapid urbanisation and various anthropogenic entries the overall nutrient status of these wetlands is being disturbed. So a proper management approach is needed to conserve these unique ecosystems through their rich nutrient status
Role Of Allopathy in Tackling Stress published in

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Dr Sanjay Sharma Stress is the sum total of all non-specific biological phenomena elicited by adverse external influences(Dorlands Medical Dictionary).It leads to negative health consequences. When stress is not handled with proper care it leads to serious health problems. Neurotransmitters play important role in the chemistry of stress. Studies reveal that during stress certain powerful hormones are secreted in brain only for short-term duty in emergency situations. Their cumulative effect damages and kills brain cells. In order to cope with Stress certain allopathic medicines are available which have proved to be very much useful.
Effect of Demographic Factors on Selection of Type of Insurance Company in Haryana published in

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Suman Devi,Dr. Vazir Singh Nehra Health insurance can be broadly defined as financial mechanisms that exist to provide protection to individuals and households from the costs of health care incurred as a result of unexpected illness or injury. Mediclaim insurance policy is run by government owned general insurance companies and also with different name by other private insurance companies. It is one of the private voluntary health insurance schemes available in India currently. This scheme has been in operation since 1986 and from time to time a number of revisions have been carried out to address the needs of their clients. Present study is an effort to find the effects of demographic factors on selection of mediclaim policy of public and private insurance companies, so that it can help insurance companies to extend their market share.
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AN OVERVIEW published in

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Dr. C. Swarnalatha, S. Soundhariya Consumer Behavior is defined as process by which consumer purchase, use, evaluate and dispose products and services to satisfy their needs. Every consumer is different in his own ways. Change in consumer behavior is considered to be big challenge for business .If the marketer knows about consumer behavior only he can provide a product which satisfies the need of the customers. Marketer has to formulate the strategy according to change in consumer needs. Cognition, affect and behavior are considered to be three components of consumer behavior which is dynamic. Study of consumer behavior is necessary because customers are considered to be kings. In previous years Marketer focuses on customer satisfaction but now marketers focus on customer delight. Targeting the right customer at the right time for the right product determines the success of the business. The study focuses on overview of consumer behavior, shift in consumer behavior, recent consumer trends and online consumer behavior.
Feed intake, digestibility and performance of growing small East African goats offered maize (Zea mays) stover supplemented with Balanites aegyptiaca and Acacia tortilis leaf forages published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

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James Ombiro Ondiek Small East African entire male goats aged 7 months and 120.4kg were used to assess the effect of supplementing B. aegyptiaca and A. tortilis to maize stover on dry matter intake, apparent nutrient digestibility, average daily gain and rumen parameters, using three diets: maize stover and mineral salt (control); control plus B. aegyptiaca and control plus A. tortilis, in a completely randomized design with eight animals per treatment. The crude protein was 46, 117 and 137g/kg DM for stover, B. aegyptiaca and A. tortilis, respectively. Intake of stover (294, 298 and 302g/d) was similar (P>0.05) across the treatments, but supplementation significantly increased (P<0.05) intake (294, 442 and 449g/d) for the control animals and those supplemented with A. tortilis and B. aegyptiaca, respectively. The rumen parameters were normal, but apparent nutrient digestibility differed (P<0.05). The average daily gains were 8.33, 15.7 and 20.3g/d for control, A. tortilis and B. aegyptiaca supplement, respectively. In conclusion, A. tortilis and B. aegyptiaca supplements greatly improved feed intake, diet digestibility and average daily gains of growing goats. However, B. aegyptiaca was superior and, therefore, has better potential as a protein supplement to low quality roughages. Keywords: Feed intake, Feed composition, Acacia tortilis, Balanites aegyptiaca, Average daily gains, Maize stover, Digestibility.
Correlation and path co-efficient studies in pumpkin (Cucucrbita moschata Dutch. Ex. Poir.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.M. SHIVANANDA, M.B. MADALAGERI, SRINIVAS S. CHIKKUR, A.B. MOHANKUMAR* AND K. YATHIRAJ Correlation and path analysis studies were carried out on 19 growth paremeters, viz., earliness, yield and quality traits in 57 genotypes of pumpkin (Cucurbita spp.). There was the highest significant positive association of fruit yield per vine with average fruit weight followed by vine length, number of leaves per vine, number of seeds per fruit, length of fruit, fruit cavity size, leaf size, hundred seed weight, fruit flesh thickness, number of primary branches per vine, total soluble solids, number of fruits per vine and circumference of fruit. But only number of fruits per vine and average fruit weight had high positive direct effect indicating their true positive and significant association with yield.
A STUDY ON THE IN VITRO ANTI HSV-1 ACTIVITY OF SECONDARY METABOLITES OF FUNGI ISOLATED FROM PONGAMIA PINNATA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anand.D1*, Anantha Padmanabhan.S1, Saravanan.P1, Rajarajan.S2 Herpes simplex virus (HSV) causes a variety of life threatening diseases, since the chemotherapeutic agents available for HSV infections are either low in quality or limited in efficacy, there is a need to search new antiviral for HSV-1 infection. Fungal endophytes are good source of novel secondary metabolites having diverse structural groups and showing antibacterial, antifungal, anticancer, antiviral, antioxidant, insecticidal, antidiabetic and immunosuppressive activities. Therefore, the present study was undertaken to test the secondary metabolites of fungi from a potential medicinal plant of Pongamia pinnata against HSV-1. Six concentrations of fungal compounds were used for in vitro cytotoxicity assay on HEp-2 cell line which exhibits maximum toxic free concentration at 40?g. The toxic free concentrations of fungal compounds were assessed for antiHSV-1 activity. The fungal compounds showed inhibitory activity against HSV-1.
An Efficient Smart Garbage Disposal System - A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Abhijeet Gothankar | Shubham Katkar | Swapnatej Pawar | Tejaskumar Dhalmare | Suhasini Goilkar In the recent decades, Urbanization has increased tremendously. At the same phase there is an increase in waste production. Waste management has been a crucial issue to be considered. This review paper is a way to achieve this good cause. In this review paper, smart bin is built on a microcontroller based platform. Microcontroller would be programmed in such a way that it could control the operations of servo doors. This microcontroller would control all three components of our project. The basic idea of our project is the van could move around area given to it. The van is basically a line following robot which would stop at certain intervals below the container, the container would drop off the garbage into the van. The van would go to next station and drop the garbage into the dumping pit. Once these smart bins are implemented on a large scale, by replacing our traditional bins present today, waste can be managed efficiently as it avoids unnecessary lumping of wastes on roadside .Foul smell from these rotten wastes that remain untreated for a long time, due to negligence of authorities and carelessness of public may lead to long term problems. Breeding of insects and mosquitoes can create nuisance around promoting unclean environment. This may even cause dreadful diseases. Abhijeet Gothankar | Shubham Katkar | Swapnatej Pawar | Tejaskumar Dhalmare | Suhasini Goilkar"An Efficient Smart Garbage Disposal System - A Review" 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/ijtsrd9605.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/9605/an-efficient-smart-garbage-disposal-system---a-review/abhijeet-gothankar
Indias Trade Policy With China: Role of North-Eastern States published in

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Shalu Runthala, Dhruv Shankar Dutta The units (states, provinces, cantons, and lander) in federalist affairs play a significant role including the execution of foreign policies (especially Trade) due to its proximity with other nations. The participation of such strategic units in formulation of foreign policy is growing concern of subject among the scholars of political science. They have traditionally seen the mutual functioning of units as the exclusively important requirement of federalism. The study would seem an especially apt observation about Indias federalist system and the making of foreign policy with esp. reference to its border region. The Indian constitution has given the center particularly strong powers so strong, in fact, that some have described it as quasi federal because of the lack of autonomy it affords to the states. Yet, there is an increasing consensus that the states should have more autonomy as it may play a role in making healthy foreign relationship with neighbor countries because of its strategic locations. Therefore the paper is an attempt to evaluate the status of federal structure of India and its impact on foreign policy toward trade with China through North East states. The paper highlights some jagged issues as constraining factors in federal cum North East states-foreign policy relationship. On further note the paper also points out the possible developments in the course of relational improvements. The paper also discuss about the future scopes and strengthening of federal structure for effective foreign policy of the country with regards to its North East region.
AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF ADENOID ENLARGEMENT: A CASE STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*Singh Daya Shankar, 2Sahu Shrawan Kumar and 3Sharma Abhishek Bhushan Adenoid hypertrophy that is one of the most common cause of nasal obstruction, causing alterations to the auditory and orthognathic apparatus, and sleep disorders such as snoring and obstructive apnoea resulting in educational and social problems. Inefficient medical management and reluctance of masses to surgery necessitates an alternative and novel non-surgical approach to deal this condition. With the very aim of fulfilling the same this case study was taken which involved intake of Ayurvedic medicines and an adoption of Ayurvedic procedure. The experiment was very successful and the patient and his guardians were very much satisfied with the outcome of the treatment.
Similarities and Differences between Households and SMEs Financial Knowledge and Behaviour: A Greek Survey published in

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Marinos Stefanitsis, Irene Fafaliou, Joseph Hassid In this paper, we examine the financial literacy, thus the financial behaviour of 352 Greek households. In turn, we compare our findings with results from a similar survey we conducted on an equivalent sample of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Our aim was to realise if there is any link between financial knowledge and behaviour in each surveyed micro-system and, further, indicate similarities and differences between them. ?t is argued that the sample of households make better use of financial knowledge than the surveyed SMEs. Further, even in cases where financial knowledge was of high performance, both groups did not perform accordingly in terms of their financial behaviour. Such results indicate the complexity of the relationship between knowledge and behaviour. JEL classification: L20, D10, D22 Keywords: Households; small and medium-sized enterprises; financial knowledge; financial behaviour; Greece.
Mother's work profile in tribal communities and its effect on child feeding published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Subhangi Sahoo Background: Female labour participation is considered strong indicator of the growth of a country. Women in the rural set up constitute 26.7% of the workforce in 2015 “ 2016 (ILO, 2016). This study was taken up to understand the multiple roles and responsibilities taken up by the women from these tribal areas - starting with household to economic and child care responsibilities. The objectives of this paper is to explore the multiple work roles performed by tribal mothers of young children between (9-24 months) and the mothers combining work roles with child feeding. Methods: It was a descriptive, cross-sectional study with data collection done at a single point of time. Study area comprised of 16 tribal villages in the Koraput district, Odisha. 200 households with children in the age group (9 “ 24 months) were selected by purposive sampling technique. Socio demographic details were collected. A time use study was employed to understand the caregivers time allocation for different types of works at different times of the day.. Results: In the present setting, the women perform multifarious responsibilities both indoors and outdoors. The demand for womens time on household work, child care responsibilities and economic work is very high. Irrespective of the employment status of the mothers, child minding and care are entrusted to a caregiver, within or outside the family setting. The effect of the family type and caregivers involved in child care in the mothers absence are studied. Conclusions: The hectic work profile of the mothers owing to the nature of the intensive nature of their work leaves them with limited time for child care responsibilities. However, the study reveals that the time spent by employed and unemployed mothers does not show much variation. Various strategies like carrying the child to the work site, engaging older siblings in child minding and feeding are used in the mothers absence. Subhangi Sahoo"Mothers work profile in tribal communities and its effect on child feeding" 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/ijtsrd9598.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/home-science/child-care-and-development/9598/mothers-work-profile-in-tribal-communities-and-its-effect-on-child-feeding/subhangi-sahoo
THE SYSTEM OF STATE FINANCIAL REGULATION 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�
Adamenko Irina The subject of research is theoretical and practical aspects of financial regulation system. The purpose of the research is to disclose the public financial management components and to determine areas of their improvement. Research methods. A set of scientific methods and approaches, including systemic, structural, comparative, factorial methods were applied in the work, that allowed to implement conceptual integrity of the investigation. Results of the work. The essence of public financial management was revealed in the article. The state financial instruments of economic processes regulation were determined. Range of application results. Is the system of financial regulation, financial policy, financial system. Conclusions. Substantial tasks of the state financial regulation is improvement public finances, increasing the efficiency of the regulatory function of fiscal and monetary mechanisms, structural changes in economy, aimed at increasing the rate of economic growth. The effectiveness of economic reforms to a large extent depends on the quality of the institutional component of financial regulation, financial system stability, efficiency influence of financial instruments on economic development. At this stage of financial relations’ development it is necessary to determine the areas of economic regulation, financial policy priorities based on the basic principles of socio-economic development in the medium and long term. It is important to create appropriate institutional conditions for the formation of an effective financial system optimization mechanism for public financial regulation of social and economic development. State financial regulation as an important economic institution should take the lead in defining the goals, objectives, structural reforms of fiscal, monetary system taking into account cyclic dynamics of economic development. Considering mentioned financial mechanisms should promote adaptability to changes in exogenous factors of influence on economic processes, enhance the role of endogenous component in the economic growth in the medium term.
DOUBLE CHAPMAN REARRANGEMENT OF 2, 4- DIALKOXYPYRIMIDINES: A NEW FACILE SYHTHESIS OF 1, 3- DIALKYLPYRIMIDINEDIONES. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. M. V. Ramana* and Sanjay C. Pawar 2, 4-dialkoxypyrimidines underwent double Chapman rearrangement under conventional heating as well as on microwave irradiation to afford corresponding 1, 3-dialkyl-(1H, 3H)-pyrimidine-2, 4-diones
IMPROVEMENT OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL AND FUNCTIONAL COMPONENT OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF RURAL TERRITORIES IN THE CONDITIONS OF MODERN INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 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�
Morozyik Nataliya Subject of work is set of theoretical provisions and applied problems of forming of an organizational and functional component of a management system of the rural territories. The purpose of work is enhancement of an organizational and functional component of a management system of the rural territories in the conditions of modern institutional changes. The methodology of the work. Methodological basis of research is the integrated approach, the system and structural analysis and a dialectic method of scientific knowledge. The following methods were applied to realization of objectives: abstract and logical, system analysis, comparison and others. Results of work. It is developed organizationally - functional management model by the rural territories which is constructed in such a way that her main subjects carrying out the functions, don't interfere with activities of each other, and supplement it, that forming the single mechanism of providing comfortable conditions for activity of the population. on the principles of social responsibility and partnership. Modern transformational changes of institutional system of the rural territories are analysed, in particular is established threats as a result of implementation of the Concept of reforming of local self-government and the territorial organization of the power in Ukraine. Possibly to realize Concept provisions concerning transfer of the majority of imperious functions of the Concept without quality degradation of the services provided to the population only after expansion of the self-controlled economic functions of a community. Approach to distribution of functions of public authorities and local self-government in the sphere of regulation of rural economy is offered. The attention that functions of public authorities are oriented to development of «rules of the game» and supervision of their accomplishment, and local government bodies creation of conditions for subjects of managing who have important social value and accountability of violators which break organization-legal regulations of the state and society is focused. Scope of results: the organization and carrying out scientific researches in the sphere of development of the rural territories, managements of rural economy. Conclusions. Implementation of the offered organizational and functional management model the rural territories will promote creation of self-sufficient communities which will have the full-fledged economic mechanism of requirements satisfaction of its inhabitants (present and future generations) based on the principles of social responsibility and partnership, protection of their economic interests both in the local market, and in the regional and nation-wide markets.
VILDAGLIPTIN INDUCED FIXED DRUG ERUPTION- A CASE STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mr. Noel M Isaac, Ms. Mini Johnson Christudas, Ms Sowjanya Kanumilli, Dr. Justin Kurian, Dr. M Ramesh* Drug induced eruptions are reported to be the most common cause of cutaneous disorders encountered by the dermatologist. A Fixed drug eruption (FDE) is one among the cutaneous adverse reaction that is solely caused by the exogenous administration of drugs or chemicals and is usually characterized by recurrent site specific lesions whenever the offending drug is taken. In our study, FDE was first observed to appear on the patients left forearm after 7 weeks of initiation with stable dose of vildagliptin at 50mg/day and the site specific lesions healed gradually without the need of any pharmacological intervention upon its withdrawal. When causality assessment using Naranjos algorithm was made, vildagliptin was found as a probable causative agent in inducing FDE.
MATERIAL AND TECHNICAL PROVIDING OF AGRARIAN ENTERPRISES AS A FACTOR OF ITS PROFITABILITY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Kseniia Valentinovna Bondarevska The problem questions of material and technical providing of agricultural enterprises in the context of increase of its profitability and competitiveness are certain in the article. The key directions of state policy in sphere of technical and technological retooling of agrarian enterprises and it further development in the context of globalization trends are grounded.
COMPARISON BETWEEN SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUE INSIDE AN AIR CONDITIONED ROOM TO ANALYZE THE PERFORMANCE AND FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF CEILING SWIRL DIFFUSER UNDER DIFFERENT OPERATING AND FLOW PARAMETERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rahul Pandey * , Prof. Anil Kumar Rao , Prof. Vinay Yadav In this dissertation a detailed comparision between the simulation (CFD) and experimental technique was done in an air conditioned room in order to analyze the incoming air flow pattern and to improve the quality of air which is coming inside the room. An experiment is performed in the workshop of LNCT Bhopal, to find out the air flow pattern and its distribution through different swirl diffuser having different slot angle, installed at the ceiling in an air conditioned room. It is basically performed to evaluate the thermal comfort produced in a room equipped with a heat load of 1500W load capacity with different swirl diffusers and compare their performance graphically. My project is to do the same project but with a different technique i.e CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) and to compare the results which has come out from the experimental with the results that is coming out from the CFD. A set up mainly consist of a woode n room of size 4ft X 4ft X 5ft with different models of swirl diffusers installed at the ceiling level. The air supplied from an air conditioner through a swirl diffuser which is placed at the bottom. There are six different location at the floor inside th e room where reading is to be taken of temperature and there variation with respect to height. There are six locations at floor i.e X1,X2,X3,Y1,Y2 and Y3. The result from this desertation work is that the simulation technique (CFD) gives more accurate and consistent result as compare to the experimental technique. Velocity distribution inside the room and the graphs are plotted at six different locations inside the room, which shows the comparision between Experimental [24] and CFD technique. In this disser tation work it is analyzed that the experimental technique is time consuming and also the results are also not consistent so it is beneficial to use the simulation technique in case of flow analysis.
PROXIMATE ANALYSIS, PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF TAGETES ERECTA LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sumaiya Akhter, Md. Towhidul Islam and Md. Tanvir Hossain* Petroleum ether, chloroform, methanol and water extract of Bangladeshi Tagetes erecta leaves investigated for proximate analysis, phytochemical screening and antioxidant activity tests. The moisture content, total ash, acid insoluble ash and water soluble ash value were 14.6%, 15.6%, 6.03% and 6.69% respectively. Water extract exhibited higher extractive value among four extracts. Phytochemical evaluation of methanol and water extracts confirmed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, reducing sugars, saponins, glycosides and proteins & amino acids. For the evaluation of antioxidant activity, three complementary test systems namely reducing power assay, total antioxidant capacity, reduction of ferric ion activity determination methods were used. Methanol extract revealed higher reducing power (1.5380.011), petroleum ether revealed higher total antioxidant capacity (440 AAE/g) and chloroform extracts revealed higher ferric ion chelating activity than other extracts at 500 ?g/ml concentration
TRADITION, TREND AND PROSPECT OF FERMENTED FOOD PRODUCTS: A BRIEF OVERVIEW. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rina Rani Ray1*and Sonali Roy2 Fermentation is a process defined as chemical transformation of organic substances into simpler compounds by the action of enzymes. Use of fermented food dates back to prehistoric period and the global scenario of use of fermented food products indicate that it was a popular method of food preservation. The discovery of more and more advantages of utilization of fermented products has generated a new spurt in the application of microorganisms for commercial production of these products. Adoption of various biotechnological approaches, recombinant DNA technology has made these processes more useful and economic. The current trend in context to production and use of fermented food products involves exploration of newer tools and techniques as well as microorganisms to produce newer products of human interest and to increase the shelf life of the products. One of the most important products generated from the microbial fermentation is industrial enzymes. The global market of industrial enzymes indicates that this market is expected to grow to $2.1 billion by 2016. Apart from enzymes, sugars, alcohols, vitamins, amino acids, antibiotics, fermentation product itself can be used as food supplements with beneficial effects on the consumers, known as Probiotics. Utilization of agrowastes or cheap indigenous substrates for the production of fermented products from carefully designed microorganisms can make the entire process cost effective and opens an avenue for safe disposal of discarded biomass and this trend generates great interest among researchers in modern times.
PLANT LATEX: AN INHERENT SPRING OF PHARMACEUTICALS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

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Zahoor Ahmad Dar This paper aims to examine that the fundamental premise of regionalism among South Asian Countries lies in the recognition of the fact that challenges confronting the region cant be solved through action alone. It is imperative to develop and forge regional cooperation in different areas, even though implementation would primarily have to be done nationally. The formation of SAARC in 1985 was an attempt to integrate subcontinent and promote regional cooperation among the Countries of South Asia. Although, it has achieved some progress in certain areas of cooperation, but at the same time it has not been able to solve various problems and challenges facing the region .South Asian regional integration is seemingly confronting many challenges. The aim of this paper is to identify those challenges and also look for future prospects. Although regional integration in South Asia has adopted a kind of institutionalization, it is yet to deliver any concrete outcome. High-politics and not so conducive regional economic structures hinder any effectual culmination. However, constructivism, as a theory is given due credence in this paper, when looking for future prospects. The paper highlights the issues, and attempts to offer certain policy directions by analyzing the challenges and identifying prospects in the ongoing integration/cooperation process.
Automatic Web Page Classification Based on Firefly and Linear Algorithm published in

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Yogita P. Nemade, Praveen Bhanodia, Diamond Jonawal Aim of this paper is to describe a method of automatic webpage classification. The classification method exploits Firefly algorithms and linear classifier as well as semantically text processing tools. In contrast to general text document classification, in the web document classification there are often problems with short web pages. In this paper we proposed two approaches to eliminate the lack of information. In the first one we consider a wider context of a web page. That means we analyze web pages referenced from the investigated page. The second approach is based on sophisticated term clustering by their similar grammatical context. This is done using statistic corpora tool the Sketch Engine
FORMULATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MEFENAMIC ACID LOADED POLYMERIC NANOPARTICLES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kinjal C Patel*and Soma Pramanik In this study, we tried to formulate and evaluate the Mefenamic acid (MA) nanoparticles. Mefenamic acid loaded nanoparticles made up of polymers Eudragit RL 100 and Ethyl cellulose were prepared by nanoprecipitation and solvent evaporation method, using Pluronic F68 as stabilizer. Drug and polymer compatibility study was carried out with FTIR and DSC study and results indicated that there were no interaction between drug and polymers. The nanoparticles were characterized in terms of nanoparticle size, surface morphology, encapsulation efficiency, in vitro drug release profile, release kinetics and stability study. Results indicated that the particle size, drug entrapment efficiencyand drug release rate was influenced by verifying polymer ratio. The release rate of nanoparticles could be controlled by adjusting the combination of polymers in different ratios. The particle size analysis data revealed that the average particle size of the optimized formulation was 278.88 nm and the entrapment efficiency was 91.04% and drug release of about 95% at 12th hour. The in-vitro release profiles from nanoparticles were fitted into various kinetic models and the best fit with the highest correlation coefficient was observed in zero order plot, indicating that the predominant release mechanism was controlled release. The release profiles of MA nanoparticles stored at temperature of 3-5C was stable during three months of storage condition. These results indicate that prepared MA nanoparticles could be prepared providing a sustained release in the intestine region and increase the solubility of MA.
FTIR Spectra of Magnetic Charge Transfer Complexes of TEMPO Free Radical published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vishal Jain | Hitesh Parmar | Ketan Dodiya The Fourier “ transform infrared spectra of complexes of TEMPO free radical with organic acceptors like TCNE, DDQ, TCNQ, Chloranil has been studied. Some of them have ferro or antiferromagnetic properties at very low temperatures. From FTIR spectra, these complexes are found to be small band-gap semiconductors. They are interpreted as Hubbard semiconductors having non-universal band gap. They also show either asymmetric or symmetric Gaussian band revealing electronic delocalization. They are expected to be paramagnetic. Vishal Jain | Hitesh Parmar | Ketan Dodiya"FTIR Spectra of Magnetic Charge Transfer Complexes of TEMPO Free Radical" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-2 , February 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd62.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/physics/62/ftir-spectra-of-magnetic-charge-transfer-complexes-of-tempo-free-radical/vishal-jain
The Effect of nano particles of TiO2-Al2O3 on the Mechanical properties of epoxy Hybrid nanocomposites published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Khalid R. Al-Rawi Sarah Kh. Taha Preparation of epoxy/ TiO2 and epoxy/ Al2O3 nanocomposites is studed and investigated in this paper. The nano composites are processed by different nano fillers concentrations (0, 0.01, 0.02 ,0.03, 0.04 ,0.05 ,0.07 and 0.1 wt%). The particles sized of TiO2,Al2O3 are about 2050 nm.Epoxy resin and nano composites containing different shape nano fillers of (TiO2:Al2O3 composites),are shear mixing with ratio 1 to 1,with different nano hybrid fillers concentrations( 0.025 ,0.0 5 ,0.15 ,0.2, and 0.25 wt%) to Preparation of epoxy/ TiO2- Al2O3 hybrid composites. The mechanical properties of nanocomposites such as bending ,wearing, and fatigue are investigated as mechanical properties.
A Study of the Emerging Trend of Native Advertising with Reference to India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mridanish Jha In this digital era, with millions of people using social networks and messaging applications marketing communications has become very dynamic and marketers are trying to create the trigger point for their target audience and connect them with the brand. Native advertising is one such way which is seen as an important tool of integrated marketing communication. In the digital landscape the fruition of digital advertising represents an essential turning point. It is fast smudging the lines between advertisement and content. Native advertisement use promoted sponsored content on social media platforms, seamlessly integrate to the content that is being consumed and delicately communicate the brands message. The present article focuses on the important aspects of native advertisement and its scope in the Indian context.
Evaluation of Stream Flow Network using Entropy Measures of Normal and Lognormal Distributions published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
N. Vivekanandan Evaluation of stream flow network in any geographical region has utmost importance for planning, design and management of water resources so as to reduce chances of project failure and also to minimize the economic risk. Setting up and maintaining a streamflow network is an evolutionary process, which is need to be reviewed and upgraded periodically to arrive at the optimum network. This paper illustrates the use of entropy measures given by normal and log-normal distributions for evaluation of streamflow network with nine gauging stations of Krishna basin. The study shows that the Pondugala and Wadenapalli stations provided 100% redundant information, indicating possible discontinuation from the existing network of the basin. The paper presents the methodology adopted in evaluation of streamflow network and the results obtained thereof.
Understanding phenomenon of Life and Death And How dead cells could be made alive published in

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Das. V. M. Physiology of life and death is still obscure. The reason being one is not equipped with structure of the matter , origin of the universe and atomic genes as taught by participatory science . The standard model not only modified rather it has been completed [5] with introduction of energized gravitons , primary fermions, primary bosons , Basic Building Blocks , Mind and Tachyons .
Millers Death of a Salesman: A Criticism of a Dream Deferred Society published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sayantan Thakur Millers play Death of a Salesman is a criticism of the contemporary middle class American society that was bleeding due to the immense financial crisis of the country. The effect of the crisis was so immense that it demolished the idea of American dream from the mind of the common people and brought them almost at the threshold of utter hopelessness from where there was no way out. Being a playwright of that era of crisis, Miller depicted its vivid aspect and represented it in such a way that it no more remained an anxiety of a single family but the anxiety in general that every American faced during the time.
Change and Development in the Acehnese Dayah Salafi(A Case Study) published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Huwaida This is part of research result from a Ph.D thesis which is submitted to Flinders University South Australia. This is a study about the Acehnese dayah salafi and its recent change and development, both in general and in the light of messages from the government about the need for standardisation and regulation of the studies of these Islamic educational institutions. Through a qualitative case study of a purposively selected dayah salafi in Aceh province, Indonesia, this research tried to find how standardising or regulating might affect dayah salafi and their teaching activity. The result is perhaps a kind of snapshot of the current moving situation. To get a variety of views for this research, data were collected, using semi-structured interviews, from various dayah salafi people, from a government departmental officer and from a senior Islamic educational researcher. The research also used other sources of data such as general observation and documents related to this study.
A Rare Case of Exophytic Burns Scar Carcinoma published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ram Singh Keluth, Dr. Jeevan Kenche, Dr. Santhi Manchala, Dr. Sreenivaas Naik Banoth Carcinoma that develops in post-burns scars is usually of ulcerative squamous cell carcinoma type. We present a rare case where there was development of an exophytic growth 20 years after flame burns over the left upper limb in a 40 year old female patient. It was a squamous cell carcinoma by histology. However, as the patient was not willing for amputation, a wide excision of the tumour along with split skin grafting over the raw area was done.
PENGARUH PERJANJIAN INTERNASIONAL TERHADAP PERUBAHAN-PERUBAHAN KUHP BERKAITAN DENGAN TINDAK PIDANA AERIAL HIJACKING published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ruby Hadiati Johny International Agreement is very important for growth of national law, especially national criminal law. International Agreement as one of legal source can give information about growth at national law that carried out bilateral conventions and multilateral. The growth of Criminal law in Indonesia is influenced by many growths of international society. This influence is progressively with existence of globalization that affecting at changes of behavior which outwardly shift in law orders. Globalization era have supported by information technology, transportation and communications. One of fast transportation is plane. ICAO as world organization that concern in problem of air transportation said that this transportation is gristle with danger by people with various motifs. Conventions that carried out by ICAO such as Convention of Tokyo year 1963, Convention of Hague year 1970, Convention of Montreal year 1971 that influenced at KUHP after Indonesia have applicator this application can see in Law No. 4 Year 1976 that concerning Hijacking. Kata kunci: Perjanjian Internasional sangat berpengaruh terhadap perubahan hukum pidana khususnya KUHP
Experimental Studies of Determinant and Consequences Internet Financial Reporting in Technical Best Design to DecisionMakers PerformanceIndonesian Cases published in

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Emrinaldinurdp The Increased use Internet, improving user access to online reporting of financial companies (Internet Financial Reporting-IFR) but no regulation to apply it. This research is address the phenomenon of potential conflict of interest due to the absence of regulationand propose the best technical design in the application of IFR based decision-making performance effectiveness. Design maker performance is measured by amount of information, decision time, decision accuracy, user perceptions, and dilution effect. While hyperlink, file format, navigation system, information type and company size used as proxy technical best design. Five hypotheses are developed in 2x2x2x2x2 between subject five stages hierarchically nested design and analys by using Nested Manova. The result show all of hypothesis support and prooved amount of information, decision time, decision accuracy, user perceptions, and dilution effect are bigger for IFR design with hyperlink, HTML file format, irrelevant information, with hierichically navigation in big companythan the others.
THE EFFECT OF LONG TERM ADMINISTRATION OF METFORMIN ON PROLACTIN LEVEL AND C-REACTIVE PROTEIN IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED WOMEN WITH TYPE II DIABETES MELLITUS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ban Hoshi Khalaf* Introduction: The role of hypothalamus and neurohormonal circuitry in glycemic control that incorporates the cross talk between blood born factors and neurons is considered an important mechanism involved in diabetes pathophysiology. The theory emphasizes that the circadian neuroendocrine rhythm (Dopamine, 5-HT and norepinephrine) in the hypothalamus is altered in diabetes mellitus. Many experimental studies indicate an influence of prolactin on type 2 diabetes mellitus. This study aims to investigate the effect of different doses of metformin on prolactin and C-reactive protein in newly diagnosed female with diabetes mellitus. Material and methods: 60 newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic patients were divided into three groups according to the dose of metformin in addition to 20 diabetic free (control group). All patients were treated with metformin for 6 months. Result: Treatment with different doses of metformin result in a significant reduction in prolactin and C-reactive protein levels. Our data indicate that metformin significantly decreases prolactin level possibility via increasing the dopamine tone and attenuating the pro-inflammatory response via reduction in CRP. This can have an important role in improving the insulin resistance and other outcome of diabetes. Further investigations required to determine the exact role of prolactin in diabetes.
Ethical Values for Library Professionals published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. P. Raina Ethics has been gaining attention of academicians and researchers around the globe. Ethics has its application in all fields and library and information professionals are required to abide by ethics as well. These professions are required to perform their duties in an ethical manner for the well being of all those who are directly and indirectly associated with them. In fact, many organisations of Library and Information professionals have adopted codes of professional ethics. Such codes of professional ethics provide library and information professionals with guiding principles and norms to face ethical dilemmas or obtaining solutions to various problems. Ethics of library professionals includes: fairness, truthfulness, transparency, accountability and responsibility of these professions towards themselves, users, organisation/institution, peers and society as well. Ethical behaviour increases the images of these professionals along with the organisation/institution. Various codes have been formulated in different countries and their successful implementation is the need of the hour. The aim of this paper is to explore the various ethical values to be followed by the library and information professionals.
A Correlational Study of The Variables of Instructional Strategies - Modular And Multimedia- on Achievement in Relation to Cognitive Styles and Achievement Motivation At The Secondary Stage published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Avanish Kumar The investigation was carried out on a random sample of 500 students of 9th class of secondary/senior secondary schools of Chandigarh. The teaching material consisted of some concepts of English and the lesson Plans were prepared through the techniques of Modular and Multimedia Instructional Strategies. Two different modes of Instructional Strategies were developed. These modes pertained to the use of Instructional Strategies Modular and Multimedia. For the purposes of the present study both these modes were combined into one format. The other variables consisted of the Cognitive Styles and Achievement Motivation. The effect of teaching through Modular and Multimedia Instructional Strategies was observed on the Achievement of the students. The results revealed that the intercorrelation coefficients among the variables of Instructional Strategies, Cognitive Styles, Achievement Motivation and Achievement were positive and significant at .01 level of confidence.
Evaluation of promising potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) cultivars under West Bengal condition published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
K. K. PANIGRAHI, K. K. SARKAR1 AND A. KONAR2 Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) belongs to the Solanaceae family of flowering plants. It originated and was first domesticated in the Andes Mountains of South America (Birhman and Kaul ,1989). In the present scenario of demographic shifts and climate change, quantum increase of production for resourcepoor populations is an urgent priority. Farmers, especially those in developing countries like India needs to produce profitable and healthy crops and at the same time reduce their dependence on costly harmful pesticides. In West Bengal potato is one of the leading crop. So it is important to obtain best quality potato genotypes under West Bengal condition to increase yield per unit area. The present investigation was conducted for evaluation of potato genotypes showing excellence with respect to some visually observable morphological characters and biometrical characters concerned with yield. There were some easily observable morphological variations present within the genotypes with respect to stem pigmentation and tuber character for identification of desirable genotypes with markers characters, which may provide useful guidance in effective selection in the course of breeding works.
Spontaneous Perforation of Pyometra resulting in peritonitis in a Cervical cancer patient A case Report. published in

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Dr. S. Vijaya Mohan Rao, Dr. U. Suman, Dr. O. Raghavendra Harsha, Dr. P. Hari Hara Sastry Diffuse peritonitis in elderly women is a serious condition which is associated with greater morbidity and mortality. Spontaneous perforation of Pyometra is a rare cause of peritonitis in females especially in the elderly and pyometra due to cervical cancer is very rare. We report a case of 60 year old female in whom preoperative diagnosis of peritonitis was made clinically. On exploration ,perforation of the fundus of uterus was identified ,that was subsequently proved to be due to pyometra which is secondary to cervical cancer of stage III B. Primary closure of perforation with peritoneal lavage and drainage was done. Patient improved clinically and was referred to cancer hospital for chemoradiotherapy.
THERMAL RADIATION AND CHEMICAL REACTION EFFECTS ON EXPONENTIALLY ACCELERATED VERTICAL PLATE WITH VARIABLE TEMPERATURE AND UNIFORM MASS DIFFUSION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
C. Santhana Lakshmi*, R. Muthucumaraswamy Theoretical solution of thermal radiation effects on unsteady flow past an exponentially accelerated vertical plate with variable temperature and uniform mass diffusion has been studied. The plate temperature as well as concentration level near the plate are raised uniformly. The fluid considered here is a gray, absorbing - emitting radiation but a non - scattering medium. The effect of velocity profiles are studied for different phys ical parameters like thermal radiation parameter, thermal Grashof number, mass Grashof number and Schmidt number. It is observed that the velocity increases with increasing values the thermal Grashof number or mass Grashof number. The trend is just reverse d with respect to the thermal radiation parameter.
New Era of Smart Customer Relationship Management published in

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Dr. George Thomas Achieving competitive advantage and creating a superior customer experience is more difficult than everand more essential. When a single action can mean the difference between success and disaster, data and analytics have increasingly become the basis for smarter decisions and competitive advantage. When the pace of business continues to accelerate and customers have ever higher expectations, cloud has become a vital catalyst for innovation and a growth strategy in market. In a mobile world that demands constant connectivity and collaboration; new systems of engagement, drive greater productivity and appreciation from customers beyond doubt today.
Studies on effects of total soluble solids, acidity and carbonation levels on quality of sweet orange beverage published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.R. VADAKKAN, B.K. SAKHALE, V.D. PAWAR, U.G. MINIYAR AND B.M. PATIL The sweet orange ready-to-serve (RTS) carbonated beverage was prepared by extracting and clarifying the juice and adjusting the total soluble solids (TSS) to 56, 60, 64 and 68oBrix with sugar and acidity to 0.5, 1.0 and 1.5 % with citric acid. It was observed that the beverage with 60o Brix TSS and 1.0 % acidity was found superior in sensory characteristics with respect to colour, aroma, taste, mouthfeel and overall acceptability followed by beverage with 60oBrix TSS and 0.5 % acidity over the beverage prepared by using other levels. The beverage carbonated at 120 psi pressure scored highest for sensory quality than those at 75 and 120 psi.
HYPOLIPIDEMIC AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF PHOENIX DACTYLIFERA L. IN ALBINO WISTAR RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
I.Pushpa and Dr. J. Jayachitra* Objective: To investigate the hypolipidemic and antioxidant activity of phoenix dactylifera L. in albino wistar rats. Methods: Rats were divided into four groups, groups 1 received water and 5% carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC); groups 2 received control and ethanolic extract phoenix dactylifera groups 3 received triton WR1339 with 5% carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) ;and group 4 received triton WR1339 with 5% carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) and ethanolic extract phoenix dactylifera for the total experimental period of 8 days. Results: The results showed significantly elevated levels of serum thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS), total cholesterol, triglycerides, VLDL, LDL and significantly lowered enzymic antioxidant activity of superoxide dismutase(SOD) and HDL in triton WR1339 treated rats compared with the control. Ethanolic extract phoenix dactylifera administration to rats with triton WR1339 induced hyper lipidemia significantly decreased the levels of thiobarbituric acid reactive substances, total cholesterol, triglycerides, VLDL, LDL and significantly elevated the activity of superoxide dismutase and HDL in the serum compared with those of the unsupplemented triton WR1339 treated rats. The different biochemical parameters registered a significant rise in serum of triton WR 1339 treated rats as compared to the normal control. Conclusion: These findings suggest that the hypolipidemic and antioxidant activity of phoenix dactylifera L. in albino wistar rats.
Association of cognitive impairment with frailty in elderly: a cross-sectional study on communitydwelling non demented elderly referred to an outpatient geriatric service in Egypt. published in

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

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mangalekar S. B. , Samant J. S. In Kolhapur District in Maharashtra water pollution due to domestic and industrial sources has lately been causing various waterborne diseases amongst the people living in Panchganga river basin. During this study Panchganga river water was analyzed, in three seasons during years 2010-2012, for nine physico-chemical parameters. MPN count of drinking water and questioner survey of locals was also carried out to understand the possible correlation between the river water quality and water-borne diseases incidence amongst the locals. The waterborne diseases observed in the study area were Gastro, Hepatitis, and Fever 6 etc. Water Quality Index (WQI) was carried out to know the status of Panchganga river water and MPN count was studied to recognize the extent of fecal contamination in drinking water at respective sites. The status of water borne diseases in the study area was further evaluated by administering a questionnaire survey. It is observed that, except few values of water quality index, the rest are found to be less than 50, indicating unacceptable quality of water from Panchganga River. This condition could be related to increasing trend of number of people suffering from water borne diseases during 2010-2012.
THE DISCREPANCY OF THE STUDENTS’ MATHS ACHIEVEMENT BASED ON THE COMBINATION OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING MODEL, STUDENTS’ CHARACTERS BEHAVIOUR, AND EDUCATION LEVEL (EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE STUDENTS OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN KENDARI) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Faad Maonde*, Asrul Sani This 3x3x2 factorial - designed experimental study aims at analysing the discrepancy of students’ Maths achievement based on the combination of cooperative learning model (Jigsaw - STAD, TSTS - STAD and STAD), the students’ character behaviours (low, moderate, high), and the education level (public junior and senior high schools) in Kendari, southeast Sulawesi province in 2016 with 450 students as the sample. A program package of EViews - 7 is used to analyze the six types of discrepancy results as follows: (i) type 1 accepts null hypothesis, (ii) type 2 rejects null hypothesis, (iii) type 3 rejects null hypothesis, (iv) type 4 accepts null hypothhesis, (v) type 5 accepts null hypothesis, and (vi) type 6 accepts null hypothesis. Accepting null hypothesis means that the average score of students’ Maths achievement between experiment and control class does not have any significant difference, while rejecting null hypothesis refers to the definition that the average score between control and experiment class is significantly different.
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF COPPER COILS ON EVAPORATIVE TUBULAR HEAT DISSIPATOR TO FIND THE EFFECT OF REYNOLDS NUMBER OF WATER AND INLET TEMPERATURE OF PROCESS FLUID ON DRY OUT HEAT FLUXES WITH ONLY WATER FLOW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Er. Naveen Prajapati*, Er. Kuldeep Sharma The experimental results of a copper coils of an evaporative tubular heat dissipator are investigated in this paper. Effect of Reynolds number of water and inlet temperature of process fluid (hot water) on dry out heat flux with only flow water is determined on different operating conditions. Based on the experiments it is concluded that due to increase in the value of Reynolds number of water ( Re w ) & inlet temperature of process fluid ( Tpi ) the dry out heat flux on ( Qon ) & ( Qper ) are increased.
PREVALENCE OF PVL GENE AMONG METHICILLIN RESISTANCE S. AUREUS ISOLATES IN BAGHDAD CITY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sawsan Mohammed Kareem*, Sawsan Sajid Al- Jubori, Munim Radwan Ali In the current study eighty-four staphylococcal isolates were obtained from patients who were admitted to Baghdad in hospitals during the period July to November 2013 to aim investigation about prevalence of methicillin resistant S. aureus (MRSA) phenotypically and genotypically, on the other hands to determine prevalence of pvl gene among S. aureus isolates additional to screening about antibiogram profile. There were identified (74 out of 84) isolates as S. aureus isolates, the phenotypic screening method about MRSA has been revealed the percentage of MRSA isolates were (74.32%) while genotypic screening method has been revealed (84.43%) harboring with mecA gene. Also the results have been revealed (6.55%) of MRSA isolates harboring of pvl gene. Antibiogram profile of isolates have been revealed completely resistance of MRSA isolates toward cloxacillin, oxacillin and cefepime while some isolates showed high resistance toward Amoxicillin /Clavulinic acid (98.36%) and Ceftazidime (95.2%). the moderate resistance toward tetracycline (31.14%), the low resistance toward azithromycin (24.6%), vancomycin (16.4%), gentamycin (13.11%), ciprofloxacin (13.11%) and finally the lowest resistance toward imipenem (6.55%) .
مستوى ممارسة معلمي الطلبة الموهوبين للذكاءات المتعددة في الغرفة الصفية published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
فؤاد عيد الجوالده, مصطفى نوري القمش, عاطف يوسف مقابلة هدفت الدراسة الحالية التعرف إلى مستوى ممارسة معلمي الطلبة الموهوبين للذكاءات المتعددة في الغرفة الصفية بالإضافة إلى التعرف على الاختلاف في الممارسات الصفية المرتبطة بهذه النظرية لدى معلمي الطلبة الموهوبين باختلاف متغيرات جنس المعلم وحقل التخصص والمؤهل والعلمي، وقد بلغت عينة الدراسة (54) معلماً ومعلمة من في مدارس الملك عبد الله الثاني للتميز في محافظات البقاء والزرقاء واربد ، ولغايات تحقيق أهداف الدراسة قام الباحثون بتطوير أداة تقدير لقياس مستوى ممارسة معلمي الطلبة الموهوبين للذكاءات المتعددة في الغرفة الصفية تكونّت من (56) فقرة وتم التحقق من صدق وثبات الأداة حيث تبين أنها تتمتع بدرجات صدق وثبات مقبولين. وقد أشارت نتائج الدراسة إلى أن الذكاءات المتعددة الممارسة لدى أفراد عينة الدراسة مرتبة ترتيباً تنازلياً بدءاً بأكثرها ممارسة وانتهاء بأقلها ممارسة ًهي: الذكاء المنطقي الرياضي وجاء في الترتيب الأول ، يليه الذكاء الحس - حركي ، ثم الذكاء المكاني ، فالذكاء الموسيقي ، ثم الذكاء اللغوي ، يليه الذكاء الشخصي ، بينما جاء الذكاء الإجتماعي في الترتيب الأخير . وأظهرت النتائج تفوق الإناث في بعد الذكاء اللغوي ، بينما أظهرت النتائج تفوق الذكور في بعدي الذكاء المكاني والاجتماعي ، وأما فيما يتعلق بدلالة الفروق حسب متغير تخصص المعلمين ( إنسان ،علمي ) لم تظهر المتوسطات الحسابية والانحرافات المعيارية للذكاءات المتعددة السبعة موضوع الدراسة الحالية فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية . وحسب دلالة الفروق حسب متغيّر المؤهل العلمي جاءت الفروق في بعدي (الذكاء الموسيقي والذكاء الإجتماعي). لصالح المعلمين من ذوي المؤهلات العلمية (دراسات عليا) . وانتهت الدراسة بعدد من التوصيات.
CHOCOLATE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A REVIEW published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Nidhi Patel* , Saleha Diwan, Kajal Shukla, Priyanka Tomar, Hitesh Jain, Prasanna Pradhan , Umesh Upadhyay One of the most popular food all over the world is chocolate and it has highly nutritious energy, fast metabolism and good digestibility. Nowadays, most important trend is healthy foods. Chocolate is derived from cocoa beans, central to the fruit of cocoa tree, theobroma cacao. Chocolate characters not only originate in flavor precursors present in cocoa beans, but are generated during post-harvest treatments and transformed into desirable odor notes in the manufacturing processes. In its many forms chocolate may be consumed as a beverage, as a syrup, as a flavoring, as a coating. When consumed as part of a balanced and varied diet, chocolate can be both a source of nutrients as well as pleasure, and can be considered as being part of a healthful, wholesome diet. Medicated chocolate formulation is widely used for pediatric administration and it increases the patients desire to consume the medication. Medicated chocolate is prepared by using chocolate base and drug is incorporated to prepared chocolate base. The medicated chocolate can be evaluated for its appearance, moisture content, viscosity, blooming test, drug content determination and in vitro drug release. This review paper focused on health importance and usage of medicated as well as conventional chocolates. Key Words: Chocolate, Medicated chocolate, Cocoa, Pediatric, Drug delivery
Pharmacognostic Evaluation, Phytochemical Screening and Antimicrobial Study of Leaves Extracts of Urena lobata Linn. published in

Current Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Empro Professional Scientific Association (EPSA) Publications
PA Shelar, VG Gharge, AV Yadav Urenalobatais a plant (Malvaceae family) found abundantly in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Traditionally plant is used in febrifuge, rheumatism, wound and as antiseptic. To evaluate the scientific basis for the use of the plant, the antimicrobial activities of extracts of the leaves were evaluated against some common Gram negative and Gram positive bacteria. Pulverized Urenalobataleaves were investigated for physical constant (LOD, ash value, fluorescence analysis). The fresh leaf of Urenalobatawas studied for microscopical characterization which shows upper and lower epidermis, palisade cells, spongy parenchyma in lamina while collenchyma and vascular bundles were observed in midrib. The antimicrobial activity of the ethanolic and aqueous extracts were evaluated by determination of the diameter of zone of inhibition against both Gram negative and Gram positive bacteria using agar well diffusion and minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC). Phytochemical studies revealed the presence of alkaloids, glycosides, steroids, flavonoids, tannins and both the extracts were active against Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria, of which Aqueous extract shows significant results. Keywords: Urena Lobata Linn, Physical constants, Microscopy, Antimicrobial activity
Test Anxiety and College Students Performance on Mathematics Departmental Examination: Basis for Mathematics Achievement Enhancement published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Myrna D. Reyes (Ed. D), Aida C. Castillo The study aimed to determine the relationship of performance of the students in the area of Mathematics specifically in Algebra and Trigonometry and their test anxiety. The researchers used the descriptive correlation research method that could best present and analyze information on the documentary analysis in students mathematics performance and descriptive survey about math test anxiety. The data was gathered from the departmental examination given in Algebra and Trigonometry for the academic year of 2013-2014. The respondents of the study were 120 students who took Algebra in the first semester before they took Trigonometry for the second semester of the said year. The statistical tolls used were frequency, weighted mean and Pearson product moment of correlation. The results revealed that the students who took the subjects were obtained a poor performance rating. On the other hand, test anxiety in mathematics moderately felt by the students that is considered a factor that might affect the students mathematics performance. The researchers also formulated an action plan for the enhancement of mathematics achievement to improve the passing rate in the departmental examination. The action plan focused on conducting/attending seminars regarding different learning strategies; conducting tutorial session or peer tutoring especially for those who have low performance in mathematics subjects; conducting seminar on reduction of test anxiety; conducting stress briefing to the students through the proctor before taking the exam; providing reward system in mathematics classes; and adapt fun learning techniques in teaching mathematics. And also, the researchers recommended to the math teachers to develop different learning strategies in all mathematics subjects and to provide relaxation techniques before giving the exam to their students.
Analysis of Land Use Pattern and Sustainability In Virat Nagar Tehsil, Jaipur District, Rajasthan, India published in

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Rajendra Yadav, Dr. K. C. Sharma In this paper, an attempt has been made to analyze the land use pattern in viratnagar Tehsil and its sustainability. The study is based on secondary data collected from secondary sources. Therefore, viratnagar Tehsil has greater potential to increase agricultural area in order to make the economy and agriculture more sustainable. Indian Economy is primarily based on agriculture and its major challenges are-growth, sustainability, efficiency and equity. Reviewing land use pattern it is observed that large forest areas have been converted to cropland creating unprecedented ecological imbalance. In face of increasing demand for food grains intensive agriculture based on irrigation-fertilizer-high yielding seed technology is the common practice and create serous environmental problems. Sustainable agriculture with its emphasis on preservation of ecology, optimization of economic and social benefits and conservation of energy is seen to provide stable and lasting solution.
Social Networking: an Overview published in

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Dr. Sudhir Kumar Jena Social Networks can be used for providing user centric service in social library environment. The attitudes of users towards library are changing day by day accordingly the revolution in information technology. User needs most practical and speed information in e-learning age, however providing quick and easy retrieval information to user is a great task to library. Therefore library should find and search some new techniques for impacting valuable information to the user in upgrading environment. Social networking helps librarian to share information with users in the easiest way for digital library environment. Librarian can use social networking tools in three broad activities such as information communication, distribution and organization.
The Effect of Plyometric Training Program on Volleyball Players. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kalidas Karak, Aditya Prasad Pattanayak, Bipul Chandra Sen, Dr. Sakti Ranjan Mishra The purpose of this study was to find out the efficiency of composed plyometric training program on volleyball players. The plyometric training program was applied during 16 week period where was attended by twenty-one 16-19 years young volleyball players. All were male volleyball players. All subjects participated in following tests: standing long jump, depth leap long jump, medicine ball throws up in 10 seconds, medicine ball overhead throws forward against the wall in 10 seconds, maximal vertical jumps to the maximal height in 10 seconds, maximal vertical jump height. Testing results statistical analysis has shown athletes legs and arms speed force reliable improvement. Standing long jump, depth leap long jump and maximal vertical jump height test results, what has shown legs explosive power, has not shown remarkable reliable difference (P>0.05). Medicine ball throws and maximal vertical jumps to the maximal height in 10 seconds, what show speed force improvement, showed reliable difference (P<0.01).
A Review Study on Preventing and Detecting Technique of Black Hole Attack in MANET published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kavita Babriya | Surender Singh There are basically two types of black hole attack i.e. internal black hole and External black hole attack. Black hole is a malicious node that wrongly replies for some route requests without having active route to particular destination and drop all the getting packets. If these malicious nodes work jointly as a collection then the damage will be very risky. This type of attack is called cooperative black hole attack. Black hole attack is a type of active attack. Black hole attack can arise when the malicious node on the path attack the data transfer and purposely drop, delay or change the data transfer passing through it. Black hole node treats itself as a trusted node. This is review study on Black hole node send false routing information, claim that it has a best route and cause additional good nodes to route data packets through the black hole node. Kavita Babriya | Surender Singh"A Review Study on Preventing and Detecting Technique of Black Hole Attack in MANET" 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/ijtsrd129.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/129/a-review-study-on-preventing-and-detecting-technique-of-black-hole-attack-in-manet/kavita-babriya
A study of Life Events in Bipolar Disorder published in

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Dr. Ashish S. Ubhale,Dr. Swati S. Joshi Biological, genetic and psychological factors play an important role in causation of bipolar disorder. We present a study of life events in Bipolar Disorder. Objectives: Objective of the study was to assess the significance of perceived positive and negative life events in patients suffering from bipolar mood disorder and to know the relationship between Life events and onset of episode of bipolar mood disorder. Method: 50 consecutive patients of bipolar mood disorder according to ICD 10, attending a general hospital psychiatric unit were selected as case group. 50 healthy persons amongst the visitors to the hospital with no history of psychiatric illness were selected as control group. Holmes and Rahe Social Readjustment rating scale was used for life events. The data was statistically analyzed. Results: The patient population with bipolar disorder had more negative life events and total number of positive and the negative life events than the control group in the preceding one-year before the onset of illness and the difference was statistically significant. Conclusion: Perceived negative life events were found to play a role in causation of bipolar mood disorder at onset, but did not predict the episode.
Impact of familys vegetable cultivation on the nutritional status of rural Garo women published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NATASHA MARAK The objective of this study was to do a comparative analysis of the nutritional status of the farming and non-farming communities. In order to meet the objective, fifty one farmers and fifty one non-farmers/ non-vegetable growers were randomly selected from three villages from the West Garo Hills district. A questionnaire was prepared to ascertain their food consumption pattern, dietary intake and farming practices. After statistically analyzing the data, it was revealed that there was no significant difference in the food and nutrient consumption, anthropometric status (height and weight) of women belonging to farming and a non-farming family. The communities need to be educated in the importance of consuming adequate amounts of vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables. The only way to combat the high incidence of anaemia in the population is to increase the iron intake, which was found to be way below the RDA. The farmers can also be encouraged to increase their production of vegetables, so that it not only increases the family income but also increases their intake
Value Analysis of Rack & Pinion published in

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Navendu Kumar, Binay Kumar Rajak In todays manufacturing era we are surrounded with new quality initiatives. The main aim of such systems is to provide improvement in the quality in the least appropriate costs to satisfy the customer needs. This states the need of VE/VA in the organization which are striving for the improvement in the quality. Initially in this project all the information related to the product were collected and the functions of various parts were defined in Noun and Verb forms according to the rules of value analysis job plan. Later all the primary functions were compared for their relative importance and their percentage weight factor were found out. After then function cost matrix was developed which shows percentage cost associated with each function. Then VIP index was found out which was used to identify poor value functions which were further carried to next stage of developing creative ideas. All the creative ideas were evaluated systematically. At the end it was seen that a considerable amount of cost can be saved.
A STUDY ON THE CONSUMERS' ATTITUDE TOWARDS COMPLAINING IN CONSUMER FORUMS IN CHENNAI published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mohamed Abbas Khan G, Dr. G. P. Raman This study is of immense significance in today's scenario as the business is divergent and expanding day by day with various promotional tactics. Most of the consumers experience some sort of discomfort in day to day purchases, but the majority of it could not rise against it. This research work examines the attitude of consumers of consumer durables in Chennai towards the functioning of consumer forums. The study anslyses on the elements for hesitation among the consumer's regarding filing of cases against companies. The focus is on enabling the consumers to regularly update themselves with available consumer rights and live a healthy and prestigious life.
EFFECT OF SOWING DATE ON YIELD AND OTHER AGRONOMIC TRAITS OF WHEAT IN FECTED WITH STRIPE RUST published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Kaveh Limouchi This study was designed to investigate the impact on the amount of damages for the delay in sowing of wheat yield and in fluences Wheat stripe rust pathogen in agricultural province in northern climates 90- 1389 split plot in a randomized complete block design with three replications in the experiment of planting date (ninth and tenth) asmain plots and cultivars as sub plots were examined. The results showed that there was significant effect of planting date on all traits that will ultimately lead toa significant reduction in all traits (yield, fertility rate, tiller, tiller number per plant and plant height) were delayed in planting, one of the main reasons for there cent results can beincreased by 25% in plant sin fected with yellow rust of wheat from 45 percent to 70 percent. Chamran cultivars in the first planting on average 3/3733 kg ha had thehighest yield.
The Co-operative Regulatory Framework in a Small State: Reviewing the Alternatives published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Peter J Baldacchino Miraine Falzon Simon Grima The objectives of this research are to identify the major areas needing reform in the co-operative regulatory framework of the small state of Malta and to evaluate possible alternatives. Objectives were achieved by the analysis of the legal framework and the conduct of semi-structured interviews. Findings indicate a general yearning for co-operative regulation to be less paternalistic and to allow greater financial and operational autonomy to co-operatives and their institutions. However, results highlight the importance of upholding the distinct co-operative identity encompassed by the co-operative values and principles. The article concludes that it is the areas of co-operative financing, the distribution of returns and the role of co-operative institutions needing most addressing. Recommendations include amending the provisions relating to the redemption of capital upon member exit, removing the asset lock on ploughed-back surpluses, and updating regulations regarding representative co-operative organisations and the Maltese co-operative funding entity, the Central Co-operative Fund.
Effect of Growing Media on Nutrient Profile of Conventional and Hydroponic Maize Fodder published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Weldegerima Kide Gebremedhin The study was conducted at the Instructional livestock farm, Agriculture College, D.B.S.K.K. Vidyapeeth, Dapoli, Ratnagiri district (M.S), India. The experiment was aimed to identify the effect of growing media on nutrient profile of conventional and hydroponic maize fodder. Hydroponic maize fodder was procured from hydroponic unit of the department while conventional maize fodder was grown on soil through frequent watering and management and harvested at 60 days of growth stage.100 g of conventional and 6th, 7th and 8th-day hydroponic fodders were sampled for proximate analysis. The Crude protein content of hydroponic maize fodder was highest (P<0.05) 14.560.29% than conventional maize fodder 9.820.35% and maize seed 7.60.63% while Ether extract observed as 4.670.19% at 8th-day growth periods was highest (P<0.05) than conventional maize fodder 2.350.46% and seed form (2.80.20%). The crude fibre content of maize seed was denoted as 6.50.55% and progressed (P<0.05) likely to 10.00.17% hydroponic and 22.230.04% conventional fodder where as NFE value was 68.471.63% and 53.461.47% in hydroponic and conventional fodder, respectively. The value of total ash and AIA content was highest (P<0.05) in conventional fodder (6.270.05% & 1.360.06%) than hydroponic maize fodder (2.830.03% & 0.320.01%). Therefore, hydroponically grown maize fodder had shown increased nutrient profile such as crude protein, ether extract and nitrogen free extract along with improved fresh fodder weight and less fiber content than conventional maizefodder.
An Analysis and Study in Light of Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Narendra Kumar Bhatt | Dr. H. N. Gour "The modern movement quickens contamination of the biosphere, particularly the soil. These days soil contamination is getting impressive open consideration since the size of this issue is developing quickly. Heavy metals are the most hazardous substances in the earth because of their abnormal state of toughness and harmfulness to the biota. Various examinations have been led around there went for building up an effective and prudent approach to remediate the soil contaminated with heavy metals. Regular remediation techniques, for example, physical, warm and concoction medications are exceptionally costly. Phytoremediation is a creating innovation which utilizes plants and their related organisms for the remediation of soil defilement. This procedure is practical without making unsettling influence to the scene. This paper resembles a point of reference or resource in distinguishing the issues related with heavy metal contaminated soil and other term known as Phytoremediation."
SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATION OF NEW BIS ISATIN DERIVATIVES FOR ANTIOXIDANT AND CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITIES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*G. Sammaiah, K. Pragat It is evident that isatins show diversified pharmacological activities, along with antioxidant activity. In this study, we have synthesized a new series of Schiffs bases of carbohydrazide coupled with isatins. Yields of all synthesized compounds were good. The synthesized derivatives were screened for their anti-oxidant and cytotoxic activities.
Knowledge and adoption of porous pipe drainage technology by the farmers in salt affected soils published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G.K. SASANE*, R.P. KHULE AND U.D. JAGDALE It is indicates that 68.89 per cent of farmers were of old age group, 54.44 per cent of farmers were completed their education up to secondary and higher secondary only. All the farmers having agriculture as a main occupation. In addition to agriculture, 75.56 per cent of farmers enjoying dairy as a subsidiary occupation. About 92.22 per cent of farmers were from irrigated farming category and all the farmers were irrigated their fields by river water. All the farmers had knowledge about parts of porous pipe, distance between two laterals, parallel type of porous pipe drainage , precautions taken during installation of outlets. Large majority of farmers had knowledge about types of porous pipe drainage systemviz., V-shaped (92.22 %), U-shaped (93.33 %), Bone skeleton (92.22 %) and Interceptor (92.22 %). It is revealed that all the farmers were adopted the parallel porous pipe drainage system on co-operative basis. About 55.56 per cent of farmers were completely adopted 25.30 meter distance between two laterals. All farmers this method is very expensive, lack of technical guidance, It is not possible on individual basis, difficult to small farmers. More than 90.00 per cent of farmers mentioned about lack of co-ordination and uneven drainage due to more length between two laterals.
ORALLY DISINTEGRATING TABLETS (ODTs)- A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nagasamy Venkatesh D,*, Kiran H.C, Shashikumar. S, Jenisha Karmacharya, Veeramachaneni Krishna Priya, Kosaraju Bhavitha and Ayush Shrestha Oral drug delivery system is considered as the safest, economical and most convenient drug delivery method having highest patient compliance. Patience compliance has always been a major factor in developing a drug delivery system. This has attracted scientists over the world to develop various fancy oral drug delivery systems. Orally disintegrating tablets, by overcoming previously encountered problems of drug administration has gained remarkable market acceptability. Orally disintegrating tablets (ODTs) are most preferred and accepted solid dosage forms. They disintegrate in mouth within a short period of time and are useful for populations having difficulty in swallowing. This article aims at providing a brief review on requirements for orally disintegrating tablets, their advantages and disadvantages, formulation aspects, various conventional and patented technologies for its manufacture, methods of evaluation and its applications.
Prospect of 3D Warp Knitted Spacer Fabric and its Effect on Pressure Relieve for Reducing the Prevalence of Pressure Ulcers for Immobile Patients published in

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Shuvo II, Chakma K and Toutant D Many hospitals use paper thin bed sheets with high friction coefficients which are not ideal for patients with pressure ulcers and who are at risk of developing. These patients suffer a great deal of pain, which could have been prevented. Lying on a weak bed sheet with no regards to regulating micro-climate is a clear promoter of pressure ulcers. Another key factor of a hospital bed sheet is they are to be easily washed or disposed of because of all the unknown fluids that could seep onto the sheet. Therefore, the sheet must not only be to comfort those with pressure ulcers but to be easily washable and reusable. Again, in a hospital setting being able to easily wash the sheet and for it to hold its form is significant for reducing the cost of throwing away sheets less often. Therefore a theory has been proposed to design a 3D knit spacer bed sheet that will allow patients with pressure ulcers to be comfortable by ensuring a low friction coefficient between their skin and the material. The friction coefficient will be reduced by not only the structure but by the 70 percent polyester, 22 percent polypropylene and eight percent spandex blend. The friction coefficient will stay low due to a high wicking and evaporation capability to ensure the skin stays dry as well as the material. The 3D knit spacer bed sheet also has a higher compressibility which distributes pressure more evenly as well as enabling a care giver to easily rotate an immobile person into a new position. The proposed bed sheet will be easily washable to ensure all bodily fluids such as vomit, blood, and others have been removed. This blanket will be slightly more expensive but is expected to last longer than a typical hospital bed sheet.
Larvicidal efficacy of Azadirachta indica against Anopheles mosquito larvae published in

International Journal of Current Research

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Garba, L. C., Chintem, D. G. W., Anuye, R. J. and Joro, A. A. The aim of this study was to test the larvicidal efficacy of stem and leaf extracts of Azadirachta indica on Anopheles mosquito larvae. Leaf and stem of A.indica were pulverized and sieved. The sieved stem and leaf were extracted with methanol and water respectively and evaporated in a Rotary evaporator. The extracts were tested against Anopheles mosquito larvae in 24 hours each in replicate of 24 to 100mg/l,150mg/l,200mg/l and 250mg/l. The percentage mortality of methanol extract of stem bark at 86.6%at 250mg/lwhile methanol extract of leaf was96.5% at 250mg/l. The LC50 of the methanol leave was the lowest at 1.031mgl-1 and LC90 of 3.56mgl-1 with a relatively more toxic characteristic. This shows that A. indica has high mortality potentials on the larvae of Anopheles mosquito and hence can be used to control malaria vectors.
EVALUATION OF ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF THESPESIA POPULNEA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Muhammad Asif, Syed Baqir Shyum Naqvi, Muhammad Akram The objective of the present study was to investigate in vivo analgesic effects of thespesia populnea extract (TPE). The crude drug was screened for to identify the antinociceptive properties by reduction in the number of writhings and time difference in tail flick latency of mice. Methods: In chemical method acetic acid writhing test and in thermal method tail flick test were performed. The extract at all doses 100, 150 and 200 mg/kg/p.o inhibited the abdominal constrictions induced by acetic acid and also increased the pain threshold of mice towards the thermal source in a dose dependent manner. The standard drug was aspirin for the comparison of effects in each method. Results: The result of chemical method (acetic acid writhing test) revealed that TPE significantly (p<0.01) reduced the acetic acid induced number of writhes (Control= 132 2.50) in mice and in the tail-flick model TPE produced a marginal, increase in the tail flick latency as the results was statistically significant (p<0.05 - 0.01).The herbal preparation exhibited inhibitory effect on acid induced abdominal contraction and tail flick method in both phases. Conclusion: On the basis of this study, it has been shown that thespesia populnea bark extract of TPE exhibited profound antinociceptive activity by central and peripheral mechanism(s).
A study on the demographic profile of DM patients and prevalence of risk factors in DM patients attending government hospitals of Jamnagar district. published in

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Dr. Nitin Lodha, Dr. (Mrs.) Sudha Yadav According to WHO, India is likely to have 75 million diabetics by the year 2025. The upsurge in diabetic population in India has been ascribed to dietary indiscretion, central obesity, sedentary lifestyle and stressful living. The aim is to assess the demographic profile and prevalence of risk factors in DM patients. Total 400 Diabetic patients attending OPD at government hospital were included. 29.3% were belonging to age below 50 and remaining above 50 years, 51.2% were males and 48.8% females. Majority i.e.81.7% was Hindu, 17.5% were Muslims. 37.8% were from urban and 62.2% from rural side. 41.3% were illiterate and 58.7% were literate. 19.2% were from upper socio-economic class, while 80.8% from lower class. 32.5% patients had family history of DM, 25.3% were obese, physical inactivity in 50.2%, 33.8% had habit of tobacco consumption. Poor dietary practices were seen in 42.5%
POST ACQUISITION PERFORMANCE OF ACQUIRING FIRMS IN INDIA -A REVIEW OF LITERATURE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Priyatosh Sarkar* Based on sixty four papers published between 1974 and 2015, review of M&A articles is based on various aspects of M&A performance like financial, human resources, corporate governance/ ownership, cross border/ culture, merger wave, business cycle, type of deal, type of industry. The paper classifies the existing literature into various sections, identifies the gaps, and suggests the scope for future research. In the light of literature review made, studies have been classified based on the evaluation process of M&A financial performance of firms either accounting based or event study based or combination of both. Literature has shown mixed results. From literature, there is no conclusive evidence about the impact of M&A on corporate performance. M&A deals have gone up manifold in India in recent years. Earlier studies were based on a limited number of merger and acquisition items. Hence there is a need to relook at the post M&A performance India. As far as literature review is concerned, studies with respect to post M&A performance in terms of economic profit which is supposed to be the true profit for shareholders are few, particularly in India. Studies taking into account the nonfinancial factors need to be focused.
DEVELOPMENT, CHARACTERISATION AND PRECLINICAL EVALUATION OF SOME NOVEL ENZYMES WITH VITAMIN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Amol S.Rakte*, Dr. Basavaraj K.Nanjwade Aim of the present research was to formulate and evaluate a multienzyme (Bromelain, Papain, Bacterial Protease, Rutin) with Vitamin C effervescent tablet with sufficient mechanical integrity, good palatability, robust formulation, good stability, inexpensive and shop floor friendly product produced in normal thermo-hygrometric conditions. In the preformulation study, identification of each enzymes were done with the help of MALDI-TOF instrument and compatibility evaluation was performed which implies that drug and excipients were compatible with each other. The formulations of tablets were done by using different methods like wet granulation, dry granulation and direct compression. Total ten trials for each method was prepared and evaluated for hardness, friability, effervescent time, weight variation, and pH. Finally one batch from each method having good physical parameters was kept for stability {DC-6 (direct compression) DG-7(dry granulation) and WG-8(wet granulation)}. From that techniques stability of tablets with wet granulation method was found to be satisfactory than other methods. The preclinical evaluation of this composition study has been undertaken to investigate the anti-inflammatory and toxicity studies in laboratory animals (Albino Wistar Rats).The main method used for Anti-inflammatory was Carrageenan induced paw edema and for toxicity studies OECD 407 (Repeated Dose 28-Day Oral Toxicity Study in Rodents) and OECD 425 (Acute Oral Toxicity Up-and-Down Procedure).
A JOURNEY TO THE QUALITATIVE WONDERLAND: LESSONS LEARNED FOR NOVICE RESEARCHERS published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

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Kuan Chen Tsai It is believed that through a journey of being a good researcher, it is beneficial to appreciate two different values drawing form two opposite paradigms, which in turn familiarizing oneself with two distinct conceptual frameworks thereby strengthening individuals research capacity. In this paper, a novice qualitative researcher shares four lessons learned from the process of conducting his first qualitative study. The lessons are: (1) Do your homework on the literature; (2) Carefully read regulations of Institutional Review Board; (3) Any confusion, ask the experts first; (4) If possible, try to use qualitative data analysis software; and (5) Reflect and challenge your assumptions all the time.
SINK REPOSITIONING OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE USING PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prerana Shrivastava In today’s wireless sensor networks mobile sinks plays an important role in data transmission and reception. Therefore it becomes very important to estimate the optimized position of the mobile sinks in order to improve the overall efficiency of the wireless sensor networks. In this paper, the particle swarm optimization technique has been used for the estimation of the position of the mobile sinks and its impact on the various performance factors of the wireless sensor network has been observed. The simulation result showed that finding the optimal location of the sink in the mobile environment improve s the various performance parameters of the network thereby extending the overall lifetime of the network.
SURVEY: COMPARISON OF PEER-TO-PEER OVERLAY NETWORK FOR FILE SEARCHING AND SHARING METHODS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vimal S1 , Vijayalakshmi V The infrastructure of Peer to Peer network is underlying on the network flows and end host. The overlay network forecasting the numerical performance of the network and it can improve the connection between the neighbor’s nodes via proper routers. The performance of the overlay network is calculated by the amount of failure and success rate of the file sharing and improves the performance in the good usage of resources. We examine the peer to peer overlays networks by different networks similar by ad-hoc networks, sensor networks and Wireless LANs. This survey provides the features of P2P networks and well-organized scheme of locating the data item and to select the close nodes redundant storage with different permanence of data, to maintain the trust between the nodes and security of overlay networks. KEYWORDS: Overlay Networks, Neighbor Peer. Trust
Impact of enrichment programme on self-confidence among adolescent girls from low socio-economic status families published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
GARIMA CHOUDHARYAND JATINDER K. GULATI Self-confidence is essentially an attitude which allows us to have a positive and realistic perception of ourselves and our abilities. The present study aimed to examine the impact of enrichment programme on self-confidence of adolescent girls living in low socio-economic conditions. The sample was comprised of 150 adolescent girls aged between 15 to 17 years studying in theGovernment Senior Secondary Schools of Ludhiana city and belonging to low socio-economic status. Self-Confidence Inventory developed by Gupta (2005) was administered to assess self-confidence of adolescent girls. Enrichment progrmame was developed and implemented on adolescent girls. The enrichment proramme was purely group focused and lasted for four months. After a gap of one month of enrichment programme, the participants were re- examined by using the same instruments and the same method of testing. The results revealed significant positive change during pre-enrichment and post-enrichment programme. This shows that enrichment programme helped adolescent girls to enhance their self-confidence and discover their own identity
IN-VITRO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING POTENTIAL OF ROOTS OF SALVIA SPLENDENS (SCARLET SAGE) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sailesh Narayan*, Abhilasha Mittal Objective: The objective of present work is to study the In-vitro antioxidant activities of petroleum ether, ethyl acetate and methanolic extracts of Salvia Splendens roots. Material and Methods: The extracts were studied using 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl hydrazyl (DPPH), Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2 ), Total Phenolic Content (TPC) and Total Flavanoid Content (TFC). The total Phenolic contents and Flavanoid contents were estimated taking gallic acid and rutin calibration curve respectably. Results: All the extracts posses In-vitro anti-oxidant activities. But the order of possessing activities were methanolic > ethyl acetate > petroleum ether extracts of Salvia Splendens roots. The total phenolic content (TPC) and total flavanoid content (TFC) was highest in Methanolic extract. Conclusion: It can be concluded that Salvia Splendens roots extracts possess anti-oxidant activities.. The methanolic extract of Salvia Splendens roots possess highest anti-oxidant activity in-vitro.
FORMULATION AND INVITRO-EVALUATION OF GASTRO-RETENTIVE SUPERPOROUS HYDROGEL TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Sushma*, P. Vishnu, A. Prathyusha, V. Uma Maheshwar Rao Superporous hyrogel(SPH) is 3 dimensional network of hydrophilic polymer that are not soluble and absorb large amount of water in short period due to it contain numerous inter connected microscopic pores. These systems swell rapidly and maintain integrity in the harsh stomach environment. Because of porous structure SPHs posses more surface area and shorter diffusion distance. Due to this they swell very rapidly on contact with water. Superporous hydrogel does not have only fast swelling but also have properties like slipperiness, biodegradability, biocompatibility, high mechanical strength, high swelling capacity and stability in acidic condition of stomach. Swollen hydrogel strong enough to withstand with shear force, abrasion, pressure generated in stomach by gastric fluid. Because of this property these devices are proposed for extending gastric residence time of drug. To overcome the problems associated with convetional superporous hydrogels related to mechanical strength modified by developing second generation of superporous hydrogel composite (SPHCs) and third generation of superporous hydrogel hybrids (SPHHs). This review includes various generations, methods of preparation, techniques of drug loading, method for synthesis of superporous hydrogels, list of various reagent used in synthesis of superporous hydrogel and their role, applications, evaluation of superporous hydrogel.
Theories of the Origin of Cold War published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Experimental Study on Properties of Granite Waste in Self Compacting Concrete published in

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M. Manikandan, Dr. T. Felixkala The main objective of this study utilizes the granite waste in self-compacting concrete. The effect of using granite powder and granules as constituents of fines in mortar or concrete by partially reducing quantities of cement as well as other conventional fines in self compacting concrete. The mixtures are prepared based upon cement or sand substitution by the granite waste and their properties are evaluated both in fresh state and in hardened state of self-compacting concrete. The possibility of using granite powder as replacement of sand and partial replacement of cement with fly ash, silica fume, slag and superplasticiser in concrete. The percentage of granite powder added by weight was 0, 25, 50, 75 and 100 as a replacement of sand used in concrete and cement was replaced with 7.5% silica fume, 10% fly ash, 10% slag and 1% superplasticiser. The workability test is conducted on fresh concrete using Slump Flow test, L- Box test, and V Funnel test. In the further study hardening test are Compressive Strength, Flexural Strength, Split Tensile Strength are conducted and compared for different proportions of granite waste at different curing periods on hardened concrete specimens.
A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON THE PREVENTIVE ASPECT OF PRATIMARSH NASYA IN DINCHARYA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ram Kumar Agarwal, *Vijay Kumar, Sarvesh Kumar Agrawal, Rajni Bala, Pandey Nitin and Vikas Chandra Gupta Panchakarma includes five main procedures for Shodhan (purification) i.e., Vamana, Virechana, Asthapana Vasti, Anuvasana Vasti and Nasya. Nasya is a procedure in which medicine or medicated oil is administered through nostrils. Pratimarsha Nasya (a type of nasya in which only two drops of oil are used in each nostril) is the only procedure of Panchakarma included in Dincharya for the prevention of diseases as well as promotion of health. Other types of Nasya are used in specific conditions or diseases. In comparison to other Nasya, Pratimarsha Nasya is easy to take, it has no complication, and it can be used in all age group and in every season. The objective of this study is to justify the use of Pratimarsha Nasya in Dincharya for the prevention of diseases as well as promotion of health. The study of different Ayurvedic and modern literature has been done to fulfil the objective of study. On the basis of literature procedure, dose, benefits, indications, contraindications and usefulness of Pratimarsha Nasya in deferent conditions has been explained. In Nasya the medicine reached to whole head through nose and prevents the diseases. Therefore medicine applied in Nasya can affect the ears, eyes and brain also. Shrigataka Marmas are four in number which enrich the nose, eyes, ears and tongue, and Nasya works as Santarpana for all these. As the modern point of view, nose is directly connected to ears by Eustachian tube, to eyes by nasolacrimal duct, and to brain by porous cribriform plate. Pratimarsha Nasya is valuable procedure for prevention of Urdhwajatrugata Roga and diseases due to seasonal variation.
Emotional Intelligence and Impact of Stress Among Academic Professionals published in

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Dr. S. Padmavathy, Dr. P. Sundaresalingam The study examines the level of Emotional Intelligence and impact on stress among teachers working in the private institutions. It also emphasizes the importance of Emotional Intelligence in person. Descriptive research design was adopted and proportionate stratified random sampling was chosen for study. The academic staffs who were teaching in management and engineering programs were taken up for the study. Questionnaires on Emotional Intelligence and stress were distributed. Totally 400 questionnaire were issued and 316 questionnaires were successfully received from the respondents. The primary data for a study was collected through questionnaire. The tools used for analyzing the collected data are simple percentage analysis, ANOVA and regression. The study identified factors related to Emotional Intelligence and impact on stress among private institutions teachers. Demographic factors influencing on Emotional Intelligence and stress were also identified and reported by using descriptive statistics.
On-Line Diagnosis of Power Transformer Insulation System: Experience of CPRI, India published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Nagamani H N and Bhavani Shanker T Power transformers play a vital role in handling large amount of power from generating stations (through generating station units-GSU) to transmitting stations (through power transformers) and to end user through distribution transformers. Power Transformers involve large amount of capital investment and the failure of transformers causes severe fi nancial loss to the utility and inconvenience to the end users. Periodic maintenance and condition monitoring are the key factors for successful operation of power transformers. A number of diagnostic tools are in vogue. Most of these tests are conventional off-line techniques and require power shut down and disconnection of transformer from the circuit. Several alternate non-conventional on-line techniques are being adopted and acoustic emission (AE) technique is one among them. Central Power Research Institute (CPRI), India, is employing AE technique for on-line diagnosis of Power Transformers. Nearly 200 transformers have been tested and investigated covering rating up to 315 MVA, 400 kV. The paper discusses some of the important aspects of on-line diagnosis of oil fi lled power transformers employing AE technique. A few important case studies which have helped utilities and transformer manufacturers for initiating corrective actions are covered in the paper.
Proteomic Studies of Bird Skeletal Muscle Fiber Revealed by Electrophoresis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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G. B. Santape Proteins are the macromolecules of life, Their functions are the most diverse and gives a unique individuality to each organism. For the present study G. gallus C. livia and C. couturnix of Amravati region were selected and their muscle protein were analyzed by SDS-PAGE , Lamelli (1970) and total protein were estimated by folin phenol method Lowry et al (1951). The muscle proteins of three different birds species were estimated from ( flight muscles - pectoralis major , pectoralis minor and leg muscles and it was found that higher concentrations of total protein were found in the three respective regions of Gallus gallus than C.livia and C.coturnix, when it compared with experimental specimens under study. G. gallus showed more protein content 62.71 (mg/g), 64.57 ( mg/g) in the flight muscle as compared to C.livia free flying birds. Thus, the present study showed a significant variations in total muscle protein content from selected locomotary organs. Electrophoretic separation of muscle proteins of the selected birds showed inter specific variations. Distinct differences were observed in the intensity of the stained band. All these observations indicate that, the muscle protein electrophorograms can be used for species specificity .
DESIGN OF FIR FILTER USING PSO: A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neelam Kumari *1 , Priyanka Jaglan 2 Digital filters are devices which allow some frequencies to pass without being altered while completely blocking others. Mainly two types of digital filters are available: FIR (finite impulse response) and IIR (infinite impulse response). FIR filters are used in wide variety of applications due to their linear phase response and stability. Filter designing involves use of traditional non-optimization techniques that provides suboptimal results. In order to further enhance the efficiency of designed filter, a number of optimization techniques have been proposed. Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is one of such optimization algorithm. This paper presents a review of FIR filter designing using PSO.
PREDICTIVE MODEL OF TOTAL INCOME FROM SALARIES/WAGES IN THE CONTEXT OF PASAY CITY published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Wilson Cordova There are varied sources of income (e.g. entrepreneurial, salary/wages, agricultural, aquatic, manufacturing, etc.). Based from the CBMS data of Pasay City, about 30% are engaged or dependent on salaries/wages compared to other income generating activities. The objective of this study was to establish a predictive model of total income from salaries/wages based on some indicators. The basis of selection of the predictors was derived from prior knowledge of the proponent since most of the studies available were focused on demographic relations to income.
Developing the Next Generation of Economic Citizens Through Schoolbank Champs : An Empirical Study published in

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Thiruma Valavan A SchoolBank Champs is an exciting national level program launched by Indian Bank Association (IBA) and supported by Child & Youth Finance International. The program aims to promote social and financial education for children and youth. Access to financial services through a bank account is a crucial first step in helping children and youth become economically active society members and promoting financial inclusion. With this vision of building the next generation of economic citizens in India, IBA plans to launch the SchoolBank Champs program to provide financial education and access to financial products to school children in India. The program is to educate and empower children to use personal savings and social entrepreneurship as a means to fulfil their dreams Paise Bachao, Sapne Sajao SchoolBank Champs involves a balance of social education and financial education for children. By financial education we mean teaching children to save, to keep financial records and to design projects for income generation.
Impact of Textile-Dyeing Industry Effluent on Some Haematological Parameters of Freshwater Fish Oreochromis Mossambicus published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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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.
Open Scheduling Vs. Block Scheduling a Study in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital, Hyderabad published in

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Dr. N. Lakshmi Bhaskar, Dr. S. Naga Satish Kumar, Dr. P. Rakesh Prabhu, Dr. K. T. Reddy Scheduling is a very common problem in managing effective utilization of Operation Theatres. Many studies have been done to find the best schedule which is able to meet the patients satisfaction and minimize the total cost of the operating theatre. The present study is aimed to understand the difference in utilization of operation theatre due to open or blocked scheduling carried out in two OTs of Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India, from August 2011 to November 2011. It was observed that the utilization of OT3 (79%) is almost near to average utilization of all theatres (72%), where as there is marked decrease in utilization of IDOT (46%) with p-value less than 0.0001, inferring that there was difference in utilization of both the theatres which had different type of scheduling.
IMAGE ENHANCEMENT FOR SATELLITE IMAGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mrs. Shital G. More * , Prof. L.K.Chouthmol n this work, proposing an image resolution enhancement technique which generates sharper high resolution image. The proposed technique uses DWT to decompose a low resolution image into different sub bands. Then the three high frequency sub band images have been interpo lated using bicubic interpolation. The high frequency sub bands obtained by SWT of the input image are being incremented into the interpolated high frequency sub bands in order to correct the estimated coefficients. In parallel, the input image is also int erpolated separately Discrete wavelet transform (DWT) is one of the recent wavelet transforms used in image processing. DWT decomposes an image into different sub band images, namely low - low (LL), low high (LH), high - low (HL), and high - high (HH). Another r ecent wavelet transform which has been used in several image processing applications is stationary wavelet transform (SWT). In short, SWT is similar to DWT but it does not use down - sampling, hence the sub bands will have the same size as the input image.
IDENTIFICATION OF UR BAN HEAT ISLANDS FRO M MULTI TEMPORAL MOD IS LAND SURFACE TEMPERA TURE DATA IN THE SOU THERN PART OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Naval Kishore Yadav * , Abhisek Santra , Amiya Kumar Samanta Land surface temperature is the temperature of the earth’s ground surface and is crucial for climate studies in different aspects like geology, engineering, phenology etc. Research on urban heat island is mainly dependent upon the land surface temperature studies and is highly useful from civil engineering perspective. An attempt has been made here to study the spatio - temporal dynamics o f the land surface temperature and associated urban heat islands in the southern part of West Bengal, India. The authors extracted the major urban heat islands from mean monthly time series MODIS Land Surface Temperature data sets for the period from 2010 to 2015 and identified the pattern of change of land surface temperature in the study area. The urban heat island patterns have also been correlated with the classified land use and land cover information of the same area.
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FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

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Nitrate contamination in ground water samples of Gangapurcity town (Sawai Madhopur District) Rajasthan published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Ranjana Agrawal Ground water samples analysis of Gangapurcity town were collected during April 2008 to November 2008. 30 ground water samples were collected from different places of Gangapurcity town of Sawai Madhopur district. The quality analysis has been made through the pH, EC, TDS, Total Hardness, Sodium, Pottassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Chloride, Sulphate, Nitrate, Fluoride and Alkalinity. It was found that nitrate concentration was ranging from 5 to 300 mg/l. The concentration remains same throughout the period, irrespective of rain/flood period. The permissible limit by WHO of Nitrate is 40-50 mg/L. High Nitrate concentration may cause blue baby syndrome or methemoglobinemia1.
Effectiveness of the Concept Attainment Model in Context to Educational Achievement in Some Units of Science and Technology Subject of Standard Ix published in

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The Urgency of Informed Consent for the Protection of the Rights of Patients published in

Hasanuddin Law Review

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

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AUKNOOR GOUTAM, Konanki Srinivas Kiran Supremacy of dollar as International reserve currency is well known. Recent challenges to dollar hegemony from Euro, Chinese Yuan, IMFs SDR has important consequences to world economy. US dollar is important because of store value of its currency, for invoicing, banking & for trade reasons. Analysing the trends and predicting the value of US dollar Vs other currencies is critical for economists of all countries and has great economic & commercial consequences.The value of dollar is measured in terms of Prices ( GDP & CPI indicators), House hold expenditure, Wages & Output. Us dollar has two roles as reserve currency and another as national currency of US. The demand for dollar in debt market, central Banks & holding of US dollar assets by foreign institutional investors is measured to analyze the trends & predict dominance of US dollar for near future.
Detection and Identification of Bacterial Enteropathogens from Faecal Specimens in Basrah City published in

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Dr Khairallah A S Mohammed Acute diarrhea is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. It is one of the most important causes of death in the developing world.In this study we investigated the main bacterial causative agent of diarrhea in Basra city from different age groups, and evaluated the relationship between the incidence of diarrhea with sex and age groups of the patients. The results showed that the Escherichia coli is the main causative agent of diarrhea in Basra city and a higher rate of infection was recorded in males than in females.
EFECTO DEL DESARROLLO ECONMICO EN LA MORTALIDAD RELACIONADA CON EL TRANSPORTE, ENTRE DIFERENTES TIPOS DE USUARIOS DE LAS VAS: UN ESTUDIO TRANSVERSAL INTERNACIONAL published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

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Leonard J. Paulozzi ?, George W. Ryan, Victoria E. Espitia Hardeman, Yongli Xi Introduction: The relationship between a countrys economic development and its fatality rate from motor vehicle accidents (MVA) has not been studied according to the different types of users of public thoroughfares. Methodology: This article presents a cross analysis of recent mortality data from 44 countries through the use of information found in the death certifications supplied by the World Health Organization. Results: For five types of users of public roadways the mortality rate by MVA is presented as deaths per 100,000 inhabitants and deaths per 1000 motor vehicles. Economic development is measured by the per capita GDP (Gross Domestic Product) in US dollars and the number of motor vehicles per 1000 inhabitants. The results showed that the total mortality rate by MVA in low income countries reached a peak at a GDP of around US $2000 per capita and around 100 motor vehicles per 1000 inhabitants. Conclusions: The overall mortality rate diminished with the increase of national income at around US $24,000. The majority of the changes in fatality by MVA in association with economic development were explained by changes in the number of nonmotorized users of public ways, especially pedestrians. The total number of MVA was reduced when the exposure of pedestrians to motorized traffic was lower either because there were fewer motor vehicles or because there were fewer pedestrians. The rate was higher during critical periods of transition towards more motorized transportation when many pedestrians and other non-motorized users of public thoroughfares were competing for space with increased numbers of motorized vehicles.
Challenges in Work Life Balance of Married Working Women A Study in Selected Indian Banks in Karnataka published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. M. Kumaraswamy, Smt. Ashwini. S Since times immemorial, women have been burdened with work of all sorts all through their lives. From reproduction to all household chores and outside, their role as worker is significant, unique and burdensome. But they are discriminated and exploited all over. But today scenario is changing. Now female workers carry not only the load of domestic work but also carry a significant part of the load of economic activity. Their contribution to economic activity is in fact on the higher side than what is revealed by the different Indian Censuses. Women work force now constitutes a significant percentage of the total work force in any organization today. With major changes in the nature of work and work arrangements, including the increasing numbers of women participating in the paid work force, changes in womens career expectations, the decline of the family wage, the disappearance of the job for life and changes in family formation, the relationship between families and labour market participation has come under considerable scrutiny. The pressure of career and family hits women at the mid-level is especially hard. Mid-level career women face more challenges when balancing work and life, leading to more difficulty in career growth. The difficulty stems from the fact that there is a double push on these career women as they are forced to compete between two competing ideals: of mother and devoted worker . Attracting and retaining women in the workforce is important for a variety of reasons. Care, concern and curiosity are the natural attributes of a woman which are further reinforced by additional characteristics like empathy, flexibility and persistence. For many female, the work life balance is one of lifes greatest challenges. While men often feel conflicted between workplace and fatherhood demands as well, women usually suffer from more than their fair share of the burden of balancing family and work life.
Physiochemical Analysis of Textile Industry Effluent and Bioremediation of Dyes by Bacterial Species published in

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

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr Shyam Kumar Sah | Dr Deeraj BC | Dr Ashwini MJ Migraine is one of the most common neurovascular disabling disorders encountered in Shalakya practice. Migraine can be defined as a paroxysmal affection having a sudden onset accompanied by usually unilateral severe headache. In Ayurveda, Migraine is described as Ardhaavabhedhaka which is a major health issue among people of age group 30 to 50 years. According to WHO, migraine is the third most common disease in the world with an estimated global prevalence of 14.7% (around 1 in 7 people).1 Chronic Migraine affects about 2% of world population2 with female and male ratio 3:1.3 It is a widespread, chronic and intermittently disabling disorder characterized by recurrent headaches with or without aura. The attack gives warning before it strikes black spots or a brilliant zigzag line appears before the eyes or the patient has blurring of vision or has part of his vision blanked out. It is also called as œsick headache because nausea and vomiting occasionally accompany the excruciating pain which lasts for as long as three days. Suppressing migraine pain with NSAIDS and analgesics gives short term relief and the pain can rebound. Dependence on medicines decreases the bodys natural pain relief mechanism and long-term dependence can damage kidneys, liver or other vital organs. Ayurveda believes in treating the disease at its root cause from within. Therefore, treatments focus on balancing the vitiated Doshas in the digestive and nervous systems. This can be achieved by avoiding triggering factors and prescribing doshic specific diet, stress management, herbal formulas, lifestyle modification, Panchakarma, Kriyakalpa and other holistic modalities to create a balanced physiology. Dr Shyam Kumar Sah | Dr Deeraj BC | Dr Ashwini MJ"Conceptual Study of Migraine in Ayurveda (Ardhavbhedaka)" 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/ijtsrd15633.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/other/15633/conceptual-study-of-migraine-in-ayurveda-ardhavbhedaka/dr-shyam-kumar-sah
A Study on Teaching Effectiveness of Mathematics published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Y. Raghunatha Reddy | Dr. Shaik Thajoddin | Arif Khan, Dr. S.Makbul Hussain Mathematics is one of the core subjects in secondary education different modern concepts and methods are introduced in the syllabus of mathematics at secondary stage. The curriculum revision is being undertaken by the state department of education (SCERT) and the central department of education (NCERT) constantly and all the modern mathematics is incorporated at the secondary stage. The teacher education programs for preparing mathematics teachers are also strength and during the past to ducats whenever the curriculum is changes different researching programs such as refresher courses, seminars, workshops etc., are conducted to make true teaching of mathematics more effective in secondary schools.Hence in this paper it is proposed to undertake teacher wise and student wise analysis for this study keeping in view of certain variables like sex, locality, qualification, experience etc., and develop a tool to measure teaching effectiveness of mathematics teachers and also to understand the type of relationship between the teaching effectiveness and its relation to student achievement. The collected is analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics Dr. Y. Raghunatha Reddy | Dr. Shaik Thajoddin | Arif Khan, Dr. S.Makbul Hussain"A Study on Teaching Effectiveness of Mathematics" 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/ijtsrd141.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/statistics/141/a-study-on-teaching-effectiveness-of-mathematics/dr-y-raghunatha-reddy
Modeling and Simulation of Grid Connected Fuel Cell Distributed Generation using Quasi Z-Source Inverter published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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C. DINAKARAN, K. Eswaramma This paper presents a Quasi Z-Source inverter based DC/DC converter for fuel powered system reduces the component stresses and size of the converter. This network provides voltage boost and buck functions in single stage without any additional switches by special switching method. In Presence of this method provides continuous input current on the primary side of this inverter. To maintain the grid voltage and current magnitude at constant value in three phase average model based voltage source inverter is designed. The Quasi Z-Source inverter based fuel cell powered system is analyzed by MATLAB/SIMULINK environment. From this system we can drive the three phase load easily.
METHANOLIC EXTRACTS: ANTI-ATHEROTHROMBOSIS ACTIVITIES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Narayanaswamy. S.Y* Histological changes in the Ovary of fish Glossogobius giuris was observed during spawning phase, on the treatment with sublethal concentrations of Malathion (0.05, 0.25 and 0.5 ppm) for 24, 48, 72 and 96 hrs intervals, histology represents a useful tool to assess the degree of pollution, particularly for sub-lethal and chronic effects. In this paper, propose a standardized tool for the assessment of histological findings which can be applied to ovary. The results of the present study showed morphological changes in the cell structure. Investigation on Ovary cells showed degranulation and hypertrophy of cells and nuclei, after the fishes were exposed to Malathion treatment, these changes further intensified with 0.25 ppm treatment through the appearance of extensive intercellular spaces. In higher concentration of Malathion treatment reduces in the number and diameter of the Ovary cells, which indicates possible reduction in the synthesis of hormones. The large oocytes (diameter: 198.48 0.01?) with large well defined nuclei and distinct nucleoli. The tunica albuginea is made up of muscular and connective tissue fibers and contains blood capillaries The ooplasm was disorganized and the zone pellucida had swollen, the treatment with 0.25 ppm of malathion for 72 hrs, showed that inhibition of oocyte development. The breakdown of germimalvesicles were observed. The yolk granules were disappeared. The size of the ovary reduced On treatment with 0.05 ppm of malathion for 96 hrs, the ooplasm was disorganized and the zona pellucida had swollen and defected from the original position. The percentage of oocytes stage VI decreased when compared to control (control: 10.83%, treated: 7.81%). The ovarian growth was inhibited with 0.25 ppm of malathion for 96 hrs, the oocytes and interstitial tissue were encapsulated by a connective tissue capsule consisting of germinal epithelium and tunica albuginea with blood vessels.
Autopsy Unveiled the Mystery of Death of an Elderly Female Due to Minor Degree Burn Injury published in

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Bandyopadhyay C1*, Sujash Biswas1, Sayan Biswas2, Roy S2, Sukul B3 The modern era of urbanization has seen a growing number of burn injuries inflicted in diverse manners. According to the National crime Research Bureau (NCRB) report of 2002 over 30,000 people died in India due to burn injuries, thereby contributing 9% of the total deaths. In all these conspicuous cases of deaths due to burn injuries, we, the autopsy surgeons, perform the complete autopsy to arrive at the conclusion regarding cause of death and also to help the investigating agencies to deduce the opinion regarding manner of the particular death. But the matter gets complicated medicolegally and more interesting academically if another overt pathological finding is detected incidentally during the course of dissection. In this following case one old lady was presented to us with minor degree ante mortem burn injuries. But after meticulous post mortem examination, huge hemopericardium with evidence of ante-mortem myocardial rupture was revealed, which single handedly can cause death. Keywords: Burn Injuries; Hemopericardium; Myocardial Rupture; Autopsy.
A STUDY ON DEPENDENCY OF TEACHERS ON VARIOUS RESOURCES FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Arish Ibrahim Teachers depends upon various resources for supporting and making their teaching process more effective and efficient. The selection of resources may be depending upon the subject, curriculum, mode of teaching and assessment criteria. A survey study conducted among teachers to find out the type of resources mostly they depend and how far they make use of the technologies for facilitates the teaching more effective. The study reveals that majority of teachers depends upon books as their primary resource for preparing teaching materials. Teachers also prefers to make use of resources from internet and shared with students electronically. The dependency on technical journals is low as compared to other resources. An extensive awareness is required among teachers about the ethical and usage policies of resources taken form the internet. It is also widely accepted that the dependency on internet for resources will the improves the effectiveness of teaching process.
TIME CHARACTERISTICS OF SCRIPTS WORD IN DELPHI ENVIRONMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov;Ulmeken Mukhitovna Smailova;Dinara Zhaksylykovna Shyrynkhanova This article studies and develops methods of optimization of work processes and the choice of algorithms for processing of server scripts Word.
ORGANIC FARMING AS THE KEY FOR EUROPEAN RURAL DEVELOPMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Akhnovskaya; Olga Vladimirovna Glushich This article presents opportunities, that provided by organic farming, as the branch of the European economy. Basically in direction of the rural development, that nowadays is in depressive situation.
LA EDUCACIÓN INTERCULTURAL. published in

Revista Scientific

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María del Carmen Pérez Paredes Universidad Rafael María Baralt miduam@hotmail.com Mérida, Venezuela THE INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION. Intercultural education is defined and conceived as a continuous process of development learning at all educational levels and integrators axes of Education, where the state with the participation of the family and society promote cultural diversity in the educational process citizen. That is why the aim of this study was to analyze aspects of intercultural education in order to foster the potential to ensure their integration into the proposals coming in curriculum design. It was based on the theory of complexity (Morin, 2008, 2001a, 2001b) and the Theory of the Intercultural Education (Yampara, 2001). Methodologically was an analytical and documentary research which is inserted in studies of theoretical development. In that regard, it relied on authors such as Manual Pedagogical University Experimental Libertador (2003), Arias (2006: 27), Sánchez (2000). As a result it was found that aspects of complexity are present in the intercultural education in the form of principles such as the dialogic principle, the recursive principle, hologram tic principle, the principle of culture, the principle of autopoiesis, the principle of identity and the value of knowledge and wisdom, concluding that it can be said that intercultural education is present in the principles of complexity and are represented.
Correlation co-efficient and regression study in summer greengram showing effects of phosphorus and sulphur on growth, yield attributes, yield, nutrient content and uptake, quality parameters and soil fertility published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.K. BAIRWA*, V. NEPALIA1, C.M. BALAI2 AND H.P. MEENA3 Field experiment was conducted at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dungarpur (Rajasthan) during summer, 2010 and 2011 on sandy clay loam soil to study correlation coefficient and regression equation showing relationship between phosphorus, sulphur (independent variable X) and on growth, yield attributes, yield, nutrients uptake, quality parameters and soil fertility (dependent variables Y) on the mean basis. The results revealed that positive and significant correlation between P levels (kg ha-1) and plant height and dry matter accumulation at harvest, LAI and chlorophyll content at flower initiation stage, pods/plant, seeds/plant, 1000-seed weight, grain yield, stover yield, biological yield, protein content in grain, protein yield, N content in grain, N content in stover, P content in grain, P content in stover, K content in grain, K content in stover, S content in grain, NPK and S uptake, available N and P status in soil after harvest the crop. Similarly, S levels (kg ha-1) resulted positive and significant correlation with respect to plant height and dry matter accumulation at harvest, LAI at flower initiation stage, branches/plant, pods/plant, seeds/plant, 1000-seed weight, grain yield, stover yield, biological yield, protein content in grain, protein yield, N content in grain, K content in grain, K content in stover, S content in grain, S content in stover, NPK and S uptake by crop, available PK and S status in soil after harvest the crop whereas chlorophyll content at flower initiation stage were found non significant
Nissim Ezekiel, S Poetry as A Means of Self Expression published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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MANOJ BISHNOI Nissim EZEKIEL(1924-2004)Was An Intellectual Powerhouse In Indo Anglain Poetry Of The First Five Decades Of Post Independent Era.He Has Expressed Himself Frankly,Fearlessly And Thoroughly In His Poetry. It Can Be Acknowledge With Appreciation And Admiration That His Poetry Is The Medium Of Self Expression . Ezekiels Versality Was Amazing. He Has Expressed His Views On Various Issues Of Human Life. Being A Jew ,He Has Identifies With India . He Never Felft Alienated. Ezekiels Poetry Reveals His Philosophy Of Life Relationg To God And His Creation,His Concept Of Love,His Views Of Marriage And Married Life,His Attitude Towards Women,His Humour His Indianness In His Indian Vision And Indians Use Of English Language And Poetic Craftsmanship. His Contemporaries Have Eulogised Him As A Man And As A Poet. They Claim That His Death Has Left A Big Void In Indo Anglain Poetry.
Effect of Distillery Spent Wash on Carbon and Nitrogen Mineralization in Red Soil published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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P. Latha, P. Thangavel, G. Rajannan* and K. Arulmozhiselvan Distillery spent wash contains nutrients and organic matter used in agriculture as a source of plant nutrients and irrigation water. Carbon and nitrogen play an important role in increasing the agricultural production. A laboratory incubation experiment was carried out to study the different concentrations of distillery spent wash on soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics. The treatments consisted of T1-Soil alone, T2-Spent wash @ 20 kilo L ha-1, T3- Spent wash @ 40 kilo L ha-1, T4- Spent wash @ 60 kilo L ha-1, T5- Spent wash @ 80 kilo L ha-1 and T6- Spent wash @ 100 kilo L ha-1. Among the different levels, the amounts of NH4-N, NO3-N and carbon were greater in soil that received 100 kilo L of spent wash compared to soil alone. Results shown that application of spent wash not only adds mineral N and carbon to soil, but also promotes the mineralization of soil organic C and N, thus resulting in large amounts of carbon, NH4-N and NO3-N in soil.
DESIGN OF WORK USED IN SOLIDARITY: SOLIDARITY ECONOMY CENTER EXPERIENCE OF BAHIA-CESOL. published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Leandro Teixeira e Silva The purpose of this study is to investigate the concepts used in labor solidarity enterprises, being developed from the experience of the Solidarity Economy Centre of Bahia (CESOL) - a program of implementation of Economics Solidarity, which currently supports 17 projects in the state. Among these projects, we highlight four associations that operate in fairly representative CESOL, the Art of making art, the Association of Artisans of Bahia - Adaba, the Association of Culture and Art - Cultuarte and the Association of Artisans of Lauro de Freitas - AALFI. In this article, the sample was delimited search the Art of making art as a field of study. When seeking information about the developments and applied technology, realized the wealth of experience and diversity of works exhibited, sharing the same space by integrating a network of development that make and change as the exchange of experiences and philosophy of solidarity economics favor dialogue, interaction and learning between associations that are in the initial process of incubation and associations that are structurally more organized because they are more time integrating the incubation process developed by CESOL.
An Evaluation of Technical Efficiency of Commercial Banks in Nigeria (A Dea Approach) published in

International Journal of Research Studies

Published by International Journal of Publishing Group
Adebayo Moses This study evaluated technical efficiency of the Nigerian commercial Bank between the years 2002 to 2011. Ten Nigerian Banks were randomly selected out of 15 banks quoted in Nigeria. In order to achieve the objectives of the study the research questions formulated were; is there relationship between efficiency of Nigerian commercial banks and technical production? Is there relationship between effective man- power planning and technical production efficiency? And to what extent does managerial performance assist high technical production efficiency? For this intention, the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) model was used. The results of the analysis showed that, some banks were found perfectly technical efficient with efficiency scores of 1.000 meaning (100%) efficiency, whereas those that were below 1.000 were less fully efficient. The mean technical efficiency, for the period examined stood at 0.938 (93.8%). This mean result meant that the Nigerian banking sector generally needs sound managerial attention. It is recommended therefore that the sound macroeconomic, sectorial and structural policies are applied to improve internal balance, ensure external sector performance and stimulate the productivity base and industrial sector of the Nigerian economy.
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
Analisis Faktor Penyebab Utama Kecenderungan Bunuh Diri di Kalangan Remaja yang Berusia 15-17 Tahun di Makassar published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Hermin Mallo, Daniel Ronda Pokok masalah penelitian ini ialah apa yang menjadi penyebab utama terjadinya kasus bunuh diri di kalangan remaja yang berusia 15 sampai 17 tahun? Adapun tujuan penulisan ini adalah sebagi berikut: memberitahukan kepada pembaca bahwa yang menjadi penyebab utama terjadinya kasus bunuh diri adalah masalah yang dihadapi oleh remaja yang berusai 15-17 tahun dengan keluarga mereka. Penyebab lainnya adalah depresi dan konsep diri yang keliru. Dalam penelitian ini yang menjadi populasi adalah siswa berusia 15 sampai 16 tahun (kelas X) di SMU Kristen Diakui Makassar, dan siswa berusia 15-17 tahun (kelas X dan XI) di SMA Gamaliel Makassar. Sampel dalam penelitian ini adalah siswa kelas X di SMU Kristen Diakui Makassar, dan siswa kelas XI PIA 2 dan kelas XI PIS, kelas X-5 di SMU Gamaliel Makassar. Dalam penelitian ini, penulis menggunakan teknik pengumpulan data melalui wawancara , angket, dan observasi. Teknik analisis data ialah analisis statitik dengan program SPSS 15. Hasil penelitian ini ialah ada tiga masalah yang dihadapi oleh remaja yang berniat melakukan bunuh diri, yaitu: Depresi. Depresi yang mereka alami adalah puncak dari semua perasaan bersalah, marah, tidak berarti dan tidak diinginkan. Depresi yang berat menjadi salah satu penyebab terjadinya bunuh diri. Konsep diri. Masalah konsep diri banyak dialami oleh remaja. Konsep diri yang keliru membuat mereka merasa tidak diinginkan, tidak berharga dan tidak seorang pun mengasihi mereka. Konsep diri yang salah ini juga dipengaruhi oleh teman sebaya mereka. Remaja berusaha untuk menjadi eperti yang diinginkan oleh teman sebaya agar mereka bias diterima dan diakui oleh kelompok teman sebaya mereka. Hubungan dalam keluarga. Hubungan dalam keluarga menyangkut perceraian orang tua mereka dan penerimaan dari orang tua. Perceraian orang tua melukai anak remaja dan membuat mereka merasa tidak dikasihi dan menyalahkan diri atas perceraian itu. Orang tua yang tidak menerima anak remajanya sebagai diri mereka sendiri memuat remaja berusaha untuk menjadi orang lain dan merasa orang tua mereka baru akan mengasihi mereka saat mereka menjadi remaja yang orang tua mereka inginkan bukannya menjadi mereka
A SURVEY OF AUTOMATION TECHNIQUES COMING FORTH IN SHEET-FED OFFSET PRINTING ORGANIZATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Ramesh Kumar*1 , Mr. Bijender2 Mr. Sandeep Boora Sheet-Fed offset is one of the premier processes in India as well as abroad. To cope up with customers large quantity demands automation has become mandatory. From prepress to post press a wide range of automation techniques exist and coming forth for sheet fed offset presses. Objective of this paper is to throw light on various sheet-fed offset automation techniques existing today and their futuristic implications. The data related to automation was collected with the help of survey conducted in 15 printing organizations situated at Delhi NCR and Baddi (Himachal Pradesh) region. The data was collected with help of questionnaire consisting of 9 questions. Results indicated that in prepress the DI (Direct Imaging) presses can be the future. Drip-off, spot UV (Ultra Violet) effects job, UV double cotter machines, PDCS(Palomar distant cluster survey) automatic density measuring system, latest rotary machines, ACME folders and gluers and photopolymer plate for online spot UV are another few automation techniques which can play a big role in sheet-fed offset printing industry market
Sub basin water transfer studies in upper Krishna river basin published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
B.K. SATHE AND M.V. KHIRE In India, the Central Water Commission has classified upper Krishna river basins as Upper Krishna (NW) 15A, Upper Krishna (East Yerala) 16A, Upper Krishna East Agrani (16B), and remaining Bhima (downstream of Ujani including Man (18B)). This area is flood prone and necessitates proper water management. In these river basins, as a remedial measure, it is proposed to divert abundant water form river sub-basin 15A to Sub-basin 18B by gravity (diverting water from upper river Krishna to sub-basin of Man to Jath, Atpadi, Talukas of Sangli district and Sangola taluka of Solapur district.) through tunnels. This would be useful in contributing to minimize flood in Krishna basin and also utilization of extra water. It is proposed to divert water to fed existing water resources and small storages in Man sub-basin. This study was carried out by remote sensing and GIS techniques. Using ERDAS, ARC-INFO and Landsat7 imagery a detail topographical studies are carried out along with field survey .It helps to get actual ground levels, high flood levels and topography features to locate inlet and outlet. Satellite imagery substantiated to calculate areas under benefits and economic aspect of the proposal.
Diversity and Community Structure of Reef Fishes in Albay, Southern Luzon Island, Philippines published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Antonino B. Mendoza Forty-six transects from five municipalities were surveyed of which 277 reef fish species in 32 families were recorded. Oas with 136 species, 23 families, Rapu-rapu 131 species, 22 families, Pio Duran 128 species, 20 families, Ligao 127 species, 20 families and Libon 101 species, 17 families. Fish biomass in Ligao was 11.08 kg/250m2, Rapu-rapu - 9.70 kg/250m2, Oas - 9.58 kg/250m2, Libon - kg/250m2, and Pio Duran - kg/250m2. For index of diversity H , Oas is highest with 2.40 and the least is Ligao with 2.11. Dominance index showed Ligao as the highest (0.20) and least is Rapu-rapu with 0.15. Evenness index revealed Libon is highest, 0.51 and least is Ligao with 0.41. ANOVA revealed significant differences among stations for abundance (p = 0.0003, ? = 0.05) and biomasses (p = 0.010, ? = 0.05) but no significant differences in the sizes (p = 0.1880, ? = 0.05).
Comparison of Faulty Body Posture Lordosis Between Normal and Blind Children Aged ten Thirteen and Fifteen published in

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Dr. R. Arjunan The purpose of the study was to compare normal and blind children aged 10, 13, and 15 in body faulty posture lordosis. To fulfill the study ninety boys from Alagappa University Model Higher Secondary Scholl and seventeen school boys from T.E.L.C Blind School, Thirupattur were used. For the purpose of comparison both the groups were classified into various age categories. These various age categories were 10, 13 and 15. Comparison of normal and blind children on dependent variable was made between same age categories. Static group comparison design was employed. The computed t-ratio was compared with the tabulated t-ratio at 0.05 alpha. It was found that at the age of 13 when compared to normal population the blind students are prone to lordosis postural deformity.
DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMICAL AND ENERGY EFFICIENT POLLUTANT MONITORING SYSTEM A STEP TOWARDS HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT, IMPLEMENTED IN LABVIEW published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mr. J. V. Patil, Dr. S. R. Patil, Miss. P. N. Kajave Today it is widely accepted that human activities are responsible for high level of pollution and climate change. The main source of greenhouse gas emission is fossil fuels which leads to major greenhouse pollutants which includes,CO2, CO, SOx, NOx , suspended particulate matter (SPM), Lead aerosol, volatile organic compounds, and other toxics. These chemicals are responsible for disease like lung cancer, pneumonia, asthma, chronic bronchitis, coronary artery disease, and chronic pulmonary disease. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to provide better environment it becomes necessity that pollutant in environment should be continuously monitored. Environment has become an important area of research because of its influence on human health, Hence there is a growing demand for Pollutant Monitoring System. In view of ever increasing pollution sources with toxic chemicals, this system will have the facilities to detect and quantify the sources of pollution rapidly.
Study on supply-demand gap of rooftop rainwater harvesting in residential premises published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.H. RAJAKUMAR, P. NATARAJAN, H.K.SHIVANAND* AND M.S. MADHUSUDHAN Study was conducted on supply-demand gap of rooftop rainwater harvesting in residential premises based on rainfall analysis in TNAU Campus, Coimbatore. The present study aims at the role of rooftop rainwater harvesting to facilitate the local needs of TNAU campus to evaluate the technical feasibility and economic viability of rooftop rainwater harvesting system in individual buildings of B type block, C type block, D type block, P.G hostel, P.P.C hostel, Tamizhagam hostel and different buildings in combinations. All hostel buildings combination and all residential blocks combination buildings can generate 34, 48,464 and 40, 92,611 litres of water per annum, respectively. Due to rooftop rainwater harvesting a sum of Rs. 1,03,454 and Rs. 1,22,778 per annum would be saved from all hostels and all residential blocks combination which otherwise could be incurred from transporting water from tanker to these buildings combinations
Recreational Fishing-Related Injuries to Australian Pelicans (Pelecanus Conspicillatus) and Other Seabirds in a South Australian Estuarine and River Area published in

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ER Carapetis1,2, A Machado2, K Braun2, RW Byard1,2* 113 seabirds treated over 5.5 years had 132 fishing-related injuries that included entanglement with line only (N=35/132; 26.5%), entanglement with line and an associated hook (N=47/132; 35.6%), embedded hooks only (N=34/132; 25.7%) and foreign body ingestion (N=16/132; 12.1%). The percentage of fishing-related injuries ranged from 0.9% for banded stilts (Cladorhynchus leucocephalus), pacific gulls (Larus pacificus) and masked lapwing plovers (Vanellus miles), to 59.3% for Australian pelicans (Pelecanus conspicillatus). Entanglement and/or embedded hooks were present more often than injuries from ingestion; i.e. 97% (70/72) of pelicans had entanglement and/or embedded hook injuries; of these 35/72 [48.6%] were entangled with line and hooks, 24/72 [33.3%] had embedded hooks alone and 11/72 [15.3%] were entangled with lines only, with only 3% (2/72) having injuries from ingestion. A count of sea and river birds in close proximity to fishers revealed that the majority were pelicans (33.9%), compared to pied cormorants (28.6%), silver gulls (21.4%) and black swans (16.1%). Regular removal of discarded fishing material along local shores resulted in no reduction in the numbers of entangled or hooked seabirds. It appears likely, therefore, that such injuries may result from seabird proximity to active recreational fishing, rather than from entanglement in discarded material.
EVALUATION OF IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL OF GREEN TEA (CAMELIA SINENSIS) INFUSIONS WITH LEAVES COLLECTED FROM DIFFERENT HEIGHTS OF DARJEELING HILL, WEST BENGAL published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Karabi Chakraborty and Sauryya Bhattacharyya* Tea (Camelia sinensis) is the most consumed beverage and is also known for its medicinal value. The leaves are processed industrially for commercial usage or processed traditionally for preparation of infusions in different cultures of different countries. The present study was undertaken to find out whether the antioxidant activity and the content of tea bioactives change after processing by a local traditional process. Fresh tea leaves were collected from six different altitudes of Darjeeling hill, viz. 6900, 5800, 4500, 3600, 2500 and 500 feet. The assays performed included ABTS and DPPH radical decolorization assays and contents of total polyphenols, tannins, total flavonoid and ascorbic acid. It was observed that ABTS and DPPH radical scavenging abilities as well as ascorbic acid content were reduced in the leaves collected from higher altitudes, suggesting probable depletion of the antioxidant bioactives on exposure to extreme climatic conditions as well as elevated UV radiations. This was substantiated by the fact that total phenolic contents and flavonoid contents were higher in the higher altitude leaves. Tannin contents were almost unchanged. The study indicated that the medicinal value of the tea infusions remained almost unchanged irrespective of altitude.
Co-Operative Movement and Progress of Co-Operative Banks in India published in

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S. Siva Sankar, Prof. B. Ramachandra Reddy Agriculture is the mainstay of the Indian economy because of its high share in employment. There are so many problems in agriculture but agriculture credit is a major problem in rural area. In many developing countries, it has been found that the rural credit market is imperfect in nature. There are substantial variations in the availability of formal credit in rural urban locations. Since the credit5 sector is the Prince of Denmark in the whole apparatus of the cooperative movement, it merits the pride of place in the present study of cooperation. The cooperative banking structure is pyramidal or federal in character. At the base, i.e., at the village level there are primary credit societies upon which the whole edifice of co-operative credit is based. These societies are federated at the district level into a Central Society called the Central Co-operative Bank. At the State level, the district banks are federated into an apex bank. The apex or state cooperative bank in its turn is closely linked with the NABARD which provides considerable financial assistance to cooperative credit structure. This is the set up in regard to short-term financing. The present study is limited only to cooperative credit aspect of agriculture. Marketing and other aspects have not been taken for the present study
THE ROLE OF EFL LEARNERS’ MOTIVATION IN MOBILE LANGUAGE LEARNING published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Abdullah Alamer The study of language learners’ motivation has long been seen as key factor that determine success in second language (L2) learning and befitting its central role, there is a growing body of research of mobile language learning (MLL) strives to sheds light on understanding its motivational dimension. Based on Self-Determination Theory (SDT) of motivation, the more intrinsic motivated learners are the better they engage in the activity. Learners may also show different orientations other than intrinsic (i.e., extrinsic), which vary greatly in the degree to which is self determined or controlled by the learner. To maintain and promote more self determined forms of motivation, SDT emphasises that learners need to feel autonomous, competent and connected with others inside and outside the class including the teacher. Nevertheless, the role of learners’ motivational orientations in the MLL context has not been addressed thoroughly in the literature. Since authentic interaction in technology is vital for L2 learning, a social networking mobile application (i.e., WhatsApp) will be used in this study as an example of MLL implementation to explore how learners’ informal use of such application with their teacher can foster their motivation to learn an L2. A pre- and post-test will be administrated to identify any changes in motivation that attributed to the use of MLL implementation. This study may contribute to a greater recognition of the advantages and challenges of applying these devices in language learning context. This study will also reveal the extent that language learners perceive and engage in MLL. Keywords: Attitudes, L2 Motivation, Language Learning, Mobile Language Learning, MLL
Perception and Prevalence of RTIs Among Visually Impaired Women in Tamilnadu published in

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Dr. A. K. Ravisankar, K. Kanmani This paper assesses the visually impaired womens knowledge, perceptions towards RTIs and its symptoms and to examine prevalence of RTIs. Snow ball sampling methods was applied to choose468 visually impaired women in the 16 selected districts of Tamilnadu during 2012-2013. Results found that though overwhelming majority of visually challenged women had knowledge about RTIs, their understanding of RTI symptoms was not adequate level. There is no statistical significance of an association between the knowledge about the symptoms of RTIs as well the prevalence of RTI and the SED factors. Of those who suffered from RTI, 78.8 percent sought treatment. Around eighty percent of respondents agreed that RTIs could be curable and 64 percent reported that RTIs can be preventable. It indicates better knowledge of the visually impaired women about curability of disease.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PERPECTIVES OF THE UFSC ACCOUNTING SCIENCES STUDENTS published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Marcos Laffin, Caio Cezar Telles de Castro This goal of this study is to present the levels of importance and knowledge that students of the UFSC Undergraduate Program in Accounting Sciences identify for the exercise of the professional practice. The study was conducted through a survey that used two questionnaires (A and B) structured based on Likert scale. Questionnaire "A" sought to identify the importance of the course content to professional practice, and questionnaire "B" identified the level of perception that the students indicate to have of their ability for the professional practice. The contents of the two instruments were based on the dictionary of competencies developed by Cardoso (2006). Data were analyzed by means of national curriculum guidelines of Accounting Sciences, established by Resolution CNE / CES No 10/2004, which presents some caveats to the limits of the approach by competencies. The students in this study indicate how important it is to have knowledge on the language and orality inherent to the accounting practice, the state to have reasonable knowledge to work in the professional practice. Such data allow us to reflect and rethink the training organization model aimed at increasing more critical formative processes that will prioritize actions and knowledge in the articulation between accounting theory and practice.
Determinación sobre los aspectos que afectan el aprendizaje en alumnos del quinto año de educación básica del Colegio Bilingüe Madison de Monterrey, Nuevo León - México. published in

Revista Cientfica Retos de la Ciencia

Published by Fundacin de Gestin y Desarrollo Comunitario Ecuador
Sandra Patricia Pazmiño It is important for us to know some of the mental processes involved in motivation, knowing that because they are extremely complex because they belong to the internal world of humans, it is impossible to analyze it in depth in reductionist terms, however, for the purposes of this activity it is estimated reasonable starting from the basis of one of the most accepted theories in the context of learning, namely: that of achievement motivation, which we will study throughout this activity. Within this research, the factors that affect learning are determined in 40 fifth grade students of the Madison Bilingual School of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. Therefore, through the study of motivational factors, under the theory of motivation of achievement and the attribution theory of Weiner, we propose to find the answer to the following question: What causal or motivational factors are used mostly by fifth-year students of primary of the Bilingual School Madison de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, to explain its academic performance? Keywords: education, learning, educational factors, knowledge.
EFFICIENCY OF HUMAN CAPITAL: THEORETICAL AND METHODICAL ASPECTS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Kristinevich Sergey The article deals with the existing theoretical approaches to evaluating the effectiveness of human capital development. The aim of the work is in the conceptualization of approaches to measuring the effectiveness of human capital development. The ambiguity of notions «human capital» causes a variety of approaches to its measurement and assessment. Systematization of approaches allows you to emphasize basic: 1. Determination of the effectiveness of development on the basis of past efforts (costs). 2. Determination of the effectiveness of development on the basis of return (future income). 3 Determination of the effectiveness of using indexes. Indicative approach to the measurement and assessment of human capital has some advantages compared with other approaches considered, as measurement of human capital with the help of the index allows you to combine dignity and overcome the limitations of natural and cost estimates; measuring and evaluating human capital, representatives of the first two approaches represent a significant emphasis on its capital nature and less on the fact that he is human. This «gives them the right» to use the theoretical and methodological approaches to the measurement and assessment human capital, by analogy with real capital, which leads to the following methodological one-sided: the human capital is seen as static, stockpiling and ignored its dynamic side - development. Indicative approach eliminates this gap; multifactorial evaluation indexes give both endogenous and exogenous conditions (take into account the influence of the institutional environment), allow us to consider the development of human capital in terms of institutional dynamics, thus acting as one of the tools for the concept of institutional effectiveness of human capital development.
Paracetamol Poisoning-A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sachinkumar M Patankar, Dr. Rajendra V Bhagwat, Dr. Ashlesh R Tiwari, Dr. Santosh S Mali Paracetamol is probably the most widely used drug in the world. This report aims to review a case of Paracetamol poisoning and management. 18-year-old male presented to the emergency department with acute intoxication. He ingested a total amount of 12.5 gram (g) of Paracetamol for suicidal attempt. and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) regime was given intravenously following a treatment protocol due to acute liver injury. During observation there was acute pain in abdomen, vomiting and his Liver Function Tests were markedly deranged. He was treated successfully and discharged 7 days after admission by confirming normal liver functions.
Test Construction and Evaluation: A Brief Review published in

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Shafaat Hussain, Sumaiya Sajid Beginning from intuitive via scientific, today we are in communicative era of testing. The pursuit for professionalism is evidenced by a host of standards or codes of practice which have been developed, implemented and enforced by testing organizations from all over the world. Creating professionally sound assessment requires both art and science. Engaging in fair and meaningful assessments and producing relevant data about students achievement is an art. Designing a test, formulating item, and processing grade is a complete science. This review article reports a survey of test construction; its cyclic formulation process; the phases that it involves (deciding content, specifying objectives, preparing table of specification and fixing items); and the way it is evaluated (item difficulty and item discrimination). Teaching and testing are inseparable and in order to be professionally sound in judging the students performance, it is significant to know the norms, standards and ethics of test construction and evaluation.
ANTI-MICROBIAL PROFICIENCY OF PHYTOCHEMICAL EXTRACTION IN METHANOL FROM SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Asha D. Lazras, *Anil Kumar, B.D. Nagle and Akansha Gayakwad The some medicinal plants part has antimicrobial properties such as Azadirachta indica (Neem), Ocimum scantum (Tulsi), Curcuma longa (Turmeric), Annona squamosal (Sugar Apple), Allium sativum (Garlic) etc. its leaves and stem used for phytochemicals extraction in methanol. Each sample has divided into two replicates for extraction in hot and cold methanol. Extracted phytochemicals applied to TLC plate for separation of various compounds and know their Rf values of each separated bands on TLC plate, pigments parts dissolved in distilled water, and its mix with culture media of plates, carry on open to plates in air environment for 5min. and incubated at 37C for 24-48 hours, observed antimicrobial effect to compared with control plate. In which maximum 194 colonies inhibited by dark green phytochemical of leave Azadirachta indica and another maximum 188 colonies inhibited by yellow pigment which Rf value 0.1825 of stem bark of Azadirachta indica and light green which Rf value 0.2625 of stem Ocimum scantum and less effective 8 colonies inhibited by unknown pigment of stem bark of Azadirachta indica from out of 300 colonies of control plate.
Comparative Study of Different Percentage of Natural Carotenoid Source Spirulina Platensis on Growth and Survival of Puntius Sophore published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Pratibha Bagre*, Alka Parashar, Vipin Vyas, Smriti Bhargava and J. D. Saroch India is sufficiently rich in having endemic ornamental fishes, Puntius sophore is one of them locallyknown as Pool barb or kharpati ,general live in still, shallow, marginal water of lakes and rivers .It issilver and golden with two black spots. In this study,I am trying to do the effect of dietary Supplementation of different rates 2,4, 6, 8, and 10% of Spirulina (Spirulina platensis) on growth,Survival and food conversion ratio in Puntius sophore was compared with a control diet. Fish fed 10%Spirulina performed better than those fed lower levels. There were significant differences in terms offood conversion ratio between groups (p<0.01) lowest FCR were recorded in case of 10% Spirulinaadditives feed (1.49%) while highest (1.92%) in control diet. Therefore the best growth (1.77+0.04) in10% Spirulina additive feed and lowest weight gain (1.45+0.02) was recorded in control diet, Survival % is higher (98%) in 10 % feed. It is revealed that 10 % Spirulina additive feed resulted in better growth,lower FCR and maximum survival percentage in pool barb.
Experimental Investigations on by using Quarry Dust Durability Properties of Concrete published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G.Anil | A.Pavani For a long time concrete was considered to be very durable material requiring. We build concrete Structures in highly polluted urban and industrial areas. Aggressive marine environments harmful Sub-soil water in area and many other hostile conditions where other materials of construction are found is non-durable. Leaving waste materials into environment directly can cause environmental problems. Quarry dust a waste from the quarry processing units accounts 30% of the final product from Quarry industry Therefore this waste can be used to produce new product or can be used as admixtures. So That the natural resources are use deficiently and hence environmental waste can be reduced. Here quarry dust is used for partial replacement of cement in concrete for study of physical and mechanical Properties of concrete. The present project deals with the study of durably conditions of concrete made with partial replacement of cement with quarry dust proportions of 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% by weight of cement. Immersion test of sulphuric acid and hydrochloric acid are conducted at 5% by volume of water. G.Anil | A.Pavani"Experimental Investigations on by using Quarry Dust Durability Properties of Concrete" 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/ijtsrd3535.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/3535/experimental-investigations-on-by-using-quarry-dust-durability-properties-of-concrete/ganil
THE INFLUENCE OF HEAT GENERATION (ABSORPTION) AND THERMAL RADIATION ON MHD LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW OVER A MOVING CYLINDRICAL ROD published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Venkataramana. B. S*, Jalaja. P, K. R. Jayakumar This paper deals with the effect of heat generation (absorption) of MHD forced convection flow of incompressible, electrically conducting viscous fluid over a moving cylindrical rod with thermal radiation. The system of coupled partial differential equations governing the flow and heat transfer is solved using an efficient implicit finite - difference scheme along with quasilinearization technique. Numerical computations are performed for air (Pr = 0.7) and displayed graphically to illustrate the influence of relevant physical parameters on local skin friction and heat transfer coefficients and, also on, velocity and temperature fields. It is observed that the heat generation decreases the heat transfer whereas heat absorption does the opposite. Further, heat generation reduces the thickness of thermal boundary layer, whereas it increases due to heat absorption. It is also observed that the heat transfer coefficient and temperature fields are strongly affected due to thermal radiation.
Comparative Study on the Effect of Cutting Fluids on the Flank Wear of High Speed and Carbide Tipped Cutting Tools published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ipilakyaa T. Daniel | Tuleun L. Tyovenda | Gundu D. Terfa The effect of some cutting fluids (Mentholated spirit, paraffin, and soluble oil) on the flank wear of High-speed steel and carbide tipped tools by orthogonal cutting has been studied. CNC lathe was used for cylindrical turning operated at a speed of 200rpm and depth of cut of 1mm to machine aluminum, brass, mild steel and medium carbon steel workpiece. It was observed that soluble oil with 20% water concentration gave minimum flank wear among the cutting fluids used. The flank wear were .0.002mm, 0.008mm, 0.009mm and 0.012mm for soluble oils, mentholated spirit, paraffin and dry machining respectively cutting fluid using high speed Steel cutting tool and Aluminum workpiece. For the workpiece, aluminum gave minimum tool flank wear, followed by brass. mild Steel and Medium Carbon Steel respectively. Carbide tipped tool also exhibited better flank wear resistance than High speed steel. Soluble oil gave the minimum flank wear and best surface finish for all workplace and so have the capacity to give a longer tool life when compared with other cutting fluid studied. Ipilakyaa T. Daniel | Tuleun L. Tyovenda | Gundu D. Terfa"Comparative Study on the Effect of Cutting Fluids on the Flank Wear of High Speed and Carbide Tipped Cutting Tools" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2335.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/2335/comparative-study-on-the-effect-of-cutting-fluids-on-the-flank-wear-of-high-speed-and-carbide-tipped-cutting-tools/ipilakyaa-t-daniel
Caracter sticas demogrficas y sociales del cuidador en adultos mayores published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Doris Cardona Arango, ngela Mara Segura Cardona, Dedsy Yajaira Berbes Fernndez, Jaime Ordoez Molina, Alejandra Agudelo Martnez Objetive: describe the demographic and social characteristics of the primary caregiver in older people. Methods: cross-sectional descriptive study, source of primary information from 312 caregivers of older adults registered in the Quality of Life Survey 2008, using the telephone survey to determine health status, conditions of care, dependence on the scale and Katz overload. Univariate and bivariate analysis by sex and municipality, was accompanied by statistical tests. Results: the average age was 54 years, the predominant marital status was married and secondary level, women were mostly housewives and men are employed and spouses or children of the greatest care. The care is on its own initiative, eight hours a day throughout the week and 12% had primary caregiver burden. Conclusions: the primary caregiver of the elderly is mainly women, aged over 50 years and many are themselves older adults, resulting in a double burden: his own condition and that the greatest care, a situation that must be taken into account implement programs to help the helper and care of the caregiver.
Biology of Attacus atlas (Lepidoptera : Saturniidae) A Wild Silk Worm of India published in

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Dr. T. V. SATHE, Dr. R. P. Kavane Attacus atlas, Linnaeus (Lepidoptera : Saturniidae) is wild silk worm, which produce durable, brownish and wooly like silk. The silk worms feed on Angeer Ficus carica Linnaeus, Castor Recinus comnunis, Mango Mangifera indica Linnaeus and Custard apple Annona squamosa Linnaeus. The biology of A. atlas was studied on E. carica at laboratory conditions (271oC, 75-80% R.H. and 12 hr photoperiod). A. atlas completed its life cycle from egg to adult within 62 days. Incubation, larval and pupal periods were 10 days, 26.5 days and 28 days respectively. Morphological features and general appearance of immature stages of A. atacus have been reported. Moth emergence from cocoon took place early in the morning. Mated female laid 134 to 160 eggs. The pupa was brownish colored and 4.4 cm long and 1.5 cm broad.
Investors Perception towards Risks and Returns on Investment on Shares - An Empirical Study in Coimbatore published in

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S. Muruganandam Dr.L.Ramesh It is obvious that all the company form of organizations has its own shareholders or investors. The perception of those shareholders varies from one to one and also time to time. Hence, an attempt has been made by the researcher through this present study with the intention of analyzing investors perception towards risks and returns on investment on shares in association with their portfolio constructions and the strategies of portfolio management.
PORTULACA OLERACEA:A REVIEW STUDY WITH ANTI - INFLAMMATORY AND MUSCLE RELAXANT PERSPECTIVE published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Mahmoud Rafieian - Kopaei, Samira Alesaeidi Introduction: Portulaca oleraceacommon Purslane is an annual succulent in the family Portulacaceae. Objectives: The aim of this study was to overview therapeutic effects of Portulaca oleracea especially its Anti - inflammatory and muscle relaxant properties. Methods: Thi s review article was carried out by searching studies in PubMed, Medline, Web of Science, and IranMedex databases .The initial search strategy identified about 73 references. In this study,58studies was accepted for further screening and met all our inclus ion criteria [in English, full text, therapeutic effects of Portulaca oleracea and dated mainly from the year 1993 to 2016.The search terms were “Portulaca oleracea”, “therapeutic properties”, “pharmacological effects”. Result: while Portulaca oleraceais p ossesses lots of therapeutic effect, itsanti - inflammatory and muscle relaxant, antioxidant as well as antitumor activities was reviewed. An aqueous extract of Portulaca oleracea leaves and stems showed relaxant activity in a dose - dependent manner.The study of Phytochemistry of Portulaca oleracea was shown that this plant contain alkaloids other than its other chemical compoundsincluding oleracimine , oleracimine A , and oleraconeA,oleracone B , and β - carboline. These alkaloids are responsible for its anti - i nflammatory effect.Postsynaptic alpha - adrenoceptors, inhibition of trans - membrane Ca influx, potassium ions, Ca2+ mobilization, and K+ ion contribute to the relaxant activity of the herb. Conclusion: Portulaca oleraceaiswas shown that its anti - inflammatory effect is mostly due to the presence of oleraconeA, oleracone B. Among its alkaloids compound i.e. oleracimine , oleracimine A , and oleracone A , oleracone B , β - carboline , the two first was diag nosed to be responsible for its anti - inflammatory effect. The relaxant activity of Portulaca oleraceais is due to Postsynaptic alpha - adrenoceptors, inhibition of trans - membrane Ca influx, potassium ions, Ca2+ mobilization, K+ ion.Portulaca also possesses s ome of the claimed traditional uses of the wild species in the relief of pain and inflammation. In this study Anti - inflammatory and muscle relaxantproperties of this plant are presented using published articles in scientific sites.
MODELING OF THE INFORMATION BASE OF DECISION-MAKING IN THE WATER SECTOR published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Ylmeken Muhitovna Smailova Provides General tasks and problems of designing a database of information system designed storage, processing and analysis of data for decision-making in the field of content and operation of water management systems and structures.
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.
Musculo-skeletal pain and exertion felt by females while adopting awkward postures in kitchen published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SIMRANPREET KAUR, HARPINDER KAUR AND M.K. SIDHU Kitchen is the most intensively used space within home and demands a high degree of physical effort leading to fatigue. Moreover, home makers develop degenerative tissue changes and functional defects in the skeletal system due to muscular efforts and adoption of unnatural postures during work. The use of correct postures while performing any activity, the physiological stress on the body increases and leads to increase in energy expenditure band pulmonary rate of the worker. The awkward working postures for prolonged period of time due to poor designing of work area can lead to musculo-skeletal problems and injuries like feeling of pain, exertion and stiffness in various parts of the body. These problems result in decreased working capacity of workers. Therefore, organization of work surface and storage in the kitchen need special consideration of anatomical measurements of the users to reduce musculo-skeletal pain and exertion of the home makers. The present study was also conducted in the context only with the objectives to find out the most awkward postures adopted by females in kitchen and to assess their musculo-skeletal pain and exertion level by using subjective assessment scales (Corlett and Bishop Scale, 1976 and Varghese RPE scale, 1994). It was found that postures like full and half forward bending, side bending on knees, standing with stretched arm, standing with the raised feet and squatting postures were the most awkward postures adopted by females in their kitchen. Moreover, the respondents felt moderate pain in lower and upper back, shoulder joint and neck. They also felt exertion and stiffness in lower back, upper back and neck due to inappropriate dimensions of storage structures. Therefore, modifications were suggested regarding designing and arrangement of storage structures on the basis of storage principles to reduce their postural discomfort
The effect of temperature and chemical solutions on the Compressive strength of particulate hybrid composites published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Ali Hassan R.H Al-Azzawi* In this work a hybrid composite materials were prepared containing matrix of polymer (polyethylene PE) reinforced by different reinforcing materials (Alumina powder + Carbon black powder CB + Silica powder). The hybrid composite materials prepared are: H1 = PE + Al2O3 + CB H2 = PE + CB + SiO2 H3 = PE + Al2O3 + CB + SiO2 All samples related to electrical tests were prepared by injection molding process. Mechanical tests include compression with different temperatures and different chemical solutions at different immersion times The mechanical experimentations results were in favour of the samples (H3) with an obvious weakness of the samples (H1) and a decrease of these properties with a rise in temperature and the increasing of the immersion times in the chemical solutions.
Pneumopericardium following tracheal injury with firecracker: A rare presentation published in

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Dr. Amrit Pal Singh Rana, Dr. Manjit Kaur Pericardial air spread due to blunt and penetrating trauma to the chest or due to iatrogenic injury is a relatively rare consequence, which may prove life threatening if not taken care of. Detailed analysis of neck and chest images in patients with history of trauma are required to diagnose the condition as early as possible. Being tension pneumopericardium its fatal complication, close monitoring and immediate emergency attention is mandatory. We report a unique case of penetrating neck injury with a projectile from a firecracker in 15 years old boy presenting with subcutaneous emphysema and pneumopericardium.
DEVELOPMENT BY WHOM? CSOS FOR SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIC INTERVENTION IN COMMUNITY-MANAGED DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ruben M. Gamala Development is multidimensional, and involves a multitude of stakeholders with the state being expected to play a bigger role. Development could not be achieved without any corresponding cost to society or the so-called externalities on social, cultural, and environmental aspects. How the state collaborates with the market (private sector) and the civil society sector in addressing this issue is one big challenge in itself. Otherwise, it begs the question, “Development for whom?” Development, yes, but at whose expense? Or, is development really worth it? But who should bear the cost of restoring, preserving and mitigating the impact of the socalled development? Does the expected benefit outweighs the cost? Is benefit inclusive? Does it spread to those it is intended for following the principles of public administration on transparency, accountability, responsiveness, legitimacy, rule of law, and participation? How canthe fruits of development be sustained? The concepts of interdependence, collaboration, and partnership are important, especially through voluntarism, for development under the context of an open system framework. Everyone and everything is interconnected. Hence, every act should be evaluated using the lens of improving the quality of human life in a sustained way, but without compromising the other sectors and using the resources to meet the needs of today without sacrificing the future generations’ resources. Harnessing the resources for development could be optimally doneif userswould take the roleof stewards, rather than simply managers, anddo so in the spirit of voluntarism. Certain challenges still remain, though. These challenges are the topic of this study on the public acts of voluntarism by the civil society sector. Instances in which the private act by the civil society sector through voluntarism has an effect on the public good should be harnessed and sustained for development. They answer the question, “development by whom? Keywords:Development, Voluntarism and Intervention.
Mobile phones of Health care workers: Friend or Foe published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Lawani Ebidor. U, Oxford Igoh Obi Mobile phones can act as a reservoir of a wide variety of bacterial species, many of which have the potential to be pathogenic. A cross sectional study was carried out in two health facilities in the southern part of Nigeria within a two month period to screen the mobile phones of health workers for bacterial contamination. 58 % of hospital staff mobile phones were contaminated with bacteria and the most prevalent bacteria was Staphylococcus aureus (34%). Other bacteria isolated were Micrococcus sp (14%), Coagulase negative Staphylococcus (24%), P aeruginosa (14%) and E.coli (14%). Mobile phones of Clinical staff were more contaminated than those of the non clinical staff though the difference was not statistically significant as p> 0.05. Cleaning and proper handling of mobile phones by all hospital staff is relevant to curtail the spread of Nosocomial infections
Band Analysis For The Determination of Noise Characteristics published in

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Zdravko Ivanov Band analysis for the determination of noise characteristics. The great number of data during the determination of noise characteristics of internal combustion engines, and the subsequent mathematical operations for their processing require significant resources in respect to time and technical appliances. During the processing with one and the same technical appliances, the use of multidimensional massifs for the structure formation of data in frequency bands is one of the ways for the acceleration of calculation process. These methods of approach leads to significant acceleration of data processing, and to analysis extend of the investigated process. The use of frequency bands unifies the analysis of results got at different operation modes of the engines.
EKSISTENSI KOMISI YUDISAL DALAM STRUKTUR KETATANEGARAAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA DAN YANG SEHARUSNYA DIATUR DALAM PERATURAN PERUNDANG-UNDANGAN published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Muhammad Fauzan Existence of Judicial Commission in system of Republic of Indonesia is a long process in searching format of civic specially related to execution of judicial power. The chaos of execution of judicial power which influence of government and other power's have pushed the importance of a institute that able to " guarantee" the judicial power in order to according with the justice . the judicial Commission althought arranged in Chapter of IX UUD 1945 concerning Judicial Power, but judicial Commission is not executor of judicial power, Therefore Judicial Commission is not as institute enforcer of law of code, but as institute enforcer of ethic norm (ethics of code). Judicial Commission is expected can support the creation execution of judicial power which independence and free from other power. Kata Kunci : Komisi Yudisial, Struktur Ketatanegaraan, Peraturan Perundang-undangan
Study of Antioxidant Activity of Phyllanthus Emblica L. From Chlorophyllin published in

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Durga Devi. M, Banu. N The present study was designed to investigate the antioxidant activity of Phyllanthus emblica L. (Leaf), The fresh leaves of this plant were extracted the chlorophyllin content and the potential of this edible plant was evaluated by DPPH assay (1,1 diphenyl 2 picrylhydrazyl) which is the scavenging assay. The radical scavenging activity of the leaf extract was measured as decolurising activity followed by the trapping of the unpaired electron of DPPH. The percentage decrease of DPPH standard solution was recorded 82.05% of inhibition for Phyllanthus emblica L. when compared with authentic chlorophyllin. In the conclusion of this study Phyllanthus emblica L. possess more potential activity. The result indicated that this plant extract could be an important dietary source with antioxidant.
The Relationship of Emotional Intelligence with Anxiety among Students published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sajad Ahmad Bhat | Tabasum Farooq Anxiety is not a new term in the educational environment in modern times. From exam anxiety to adjustment problem at the school or university, anxiety has adverse effects on the performance and level of mental health of students. Emotional intelligence provides us the ability to deal effectively with the stress and anxiety at School. At school, there were students of different social, cultural and economic strata so the school environment has a different impact on their level of affiliation and interaction. The present study aims at to uncover the relationship between these two constructs at school environment. Emotional intelligence construct is measured by Schutte Self-Report Emotional Intelligence Test (SSEIT 1998). The construct of anxiety was measured by Becks Anxiety Inventory (1988). Sixty (60) students from Aligarh Muslim University constitute the sample of this study. The collected data was analyzed by Correlation and t-test through SPSS. The results revealed that there is a Negative correlation between the emotional intelligence and anxiety (r=-0.34, p <.001). The results also suggested that there is no significant difference between the emotional intelligence in terms of gender (t=0.790,p=.433). But there is a significant difference between in level of anxiety across gender with males scoring slightly higher than females (t=2.172,p=.035). Students high on the dimension of emotional intelligence showed more maturity towards the stressful situations than subjects low on emotional intelligence thus experiencing less anxiety. Sajad Ahmad Bhat | Tabasum Farooq "The Relationship of Emotional Intelligence with Anxiety among Students" 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/ijtsrd5778.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/psychology/5778/the-relationship-of-emotional-intelligence-with-anxiety-among-students/sajad-ahmad-bhat
Tibio Fibular Synostosis - A Case Report published in

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Veena Lakshmi . P, Ramesh kumar Subramanian, Ananda Rani .V.S We report a case with tibio fibular diaphyseal synostosis . During routine osteology teaching section for first year MBBS , a bone showing tibio fibular diaphyseal synostosis was noticed in the department of Anatomy , Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai . The history and the symptoms experienced by the individual were unknown . The provisional diagnosis in this case could be a post - traumatic tibio fibular synostosis because callus formation was evident at the site of synostosis . The relevant medical history of the present case was not in records .
PREDICTION OF STOCK MARKET MOVEMENT USING HISTOGRAM AND DATA MINING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr.Anand Ratilal Gyanbote, Prof.Rashmi Singh The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) trading indicator is simple and has been widely used in financial markets to provide trading signals. The MACD-Histogram (MACDH) can be derived from MACD as a second-order trading signal of price actions. To reduce the lagging effects in MACD&MACDH, forecasted values are introduced in a hybrid trading signal, termed as the forecasted MACDH. A detailed trading simulation is performed for a single stock/commodity under a single long-short-MACD parameter of different timeframes of charts is taken into consideration to explain the experimental design. In the Stock Market, Commodity Market, Forex Market all over the World this concept of Histograms can be applied. MACD Histogram is actually a value that can be positive or negative according that value a bar is plotted on the MACD Technical Indicator. This MACD Histogram gives the answer to what will be the movement of the market in future and according to that the investor or trader can take decision on Buy/Sell or Long/Short. The Concept Data Mining is used to retrieve the data and values of previous and current Histograms. Data mining is a process used by companies to turn raw data into useful information. By using software to look for patterns in large batches of data, businesses can learn more about their customers and develop more effective marketing strategies as well as increase sales and decrease costs. Data mining depends on effective data collection
A Practitioners View of the Future of Organization Design: Future Trends and Implications for Royal Dutch Shell published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Jan Steinmetz, Chuck Bennett, Dorthe Djbak Hkonsson Humanity is facing an increasingly challenging outlook for energy needs and the planet. Royal Dutch Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with approximately 100,000 employees in more than 80 countries that is committed to help meet the challenges of the new energy environment in a sustainable and responsible manner. My statement will present some of the future trends and possible implications which can be seen for organization design within Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) and which are applicable to other large, complex enterprises. It largely represents the personal views and reflections of a practitioner both inside and outside of Shells human resources (HR) function in the United States. Using the lens of organization design, we will review the themes that emerged from the Shell Energy 2025 and Shell Energy 2050 global scenarios. Next, we will discuss Shells previous experience, challenges, and issues related to organization design, and how the recent redesign of the HR function has provided wider space and crisper focus to meet the challenges of the future. Finally, we will review the design challenges that the future trends impose upon the organization design practice. Although these challenges and implications are derived from experience working in Shell and its joint ventures, they are not confined solely to Shell. Because many of the challenges discussed below would benefit from scholarly research, the statement represents a practitioners view on how the future of organization design may play out.
Exploring the Cultural Tourism Potentials in North Eastern Region of India published in

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Dr. Ayekpam Ibemcha Chanu The basic assumption of the paper is that a sense of national unity, an appreciation of regional diversity, and understanding of the past and present history of the region be well developed while discussing the cultural tourism. The paper is an exploration of cultural tourism potentials in North Eastern Region of India and develops the working definition tourism entrepreneurs and cultural tourism. The paper which is descriptive in nature is based on secondary data. The finding of the paper clearly reveals that the region which is endowed with more than hundred ethnic groups which follow different religions and speak different languages is an exotic place for cultural explorers.
POST DISASTER ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF ELDERLY POPULATIONS IN INDIA: EXPERIENCES FROM NATURAL DISASTERS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Rajeev MM Disasters disrupt the physical and social environments that shape health and social problems. Post disaster issues related to the distribution of emergency aid have not been studied systematically but are likely to affect communities after a disaster. The common issues that elderly people face post disaster situations are financial issues, sexual health issues, emotional concerns, physical abuse and related issues. Social isolation puts people in a situation where they are predisposed to be more vulnerable to the risks of a disaster. Here the author specifically elaborates on the various issues of the senior citizens associated with disasters. The example from recent natural disasters in India such as Tsunami disaster in 2004, Uttarakhand disaster in 2013, landslide disasters in various parts of the Kerala and other states in the last few years, and the recent Chennai floods clearly show the significance of the issue that needs to be addressed. Community networks and programmes that addressed abuse and related issues before the disaster should be identified, revitalized and strengthened through training and support. A strong net work starting from neighbourhood groups can go a long way in formulating, and implementing care group activity. The Government too should pass laws against the abuse of elderly and abusers punishable with stiff punishments. Already, there are laws in place which protect senior citizens, if their children abandon them. These laws need to be strictly implemented. Also, newer laws which give more comprehensive protection to senior citizens need to be enacted especially suitable to the pre and post disaster context.
A STUDY OF DEPRESSION BETWEEN RETIRED AND WORKING TEACHERS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
JYOTI MESHRAM and SUDHIR SUDAM KAWARE The present study is aimed at studying depression between retired and working teachers . Age ranged between 65 to 82 years (71.4 years mean age ) for elderly (Retired teachers) and for young adults (Working teachers) age ranged between 25 to 40 years ( 31.33 years mean age) . They belonged to middle & high socio - economic status with post graduate education . Results indicated normal to mild depression in retired and working teachers as well. The findings of the results showed no significant diff erence in depression between the retired and working teachers. However , working teachers have higher mean scores as compared to retired teachers.
Optimization of The Physiochemical Parameters for Enhanced Decolourisation of Congo Red by using Fungal Strains published in

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Anjali | Gourav Sharma The concept of injecting photovoltaic power into the utility grid has earned widespread acceptance in these days of renewable energy generation & distribution. Grid-connected inverters have evolved significantly with high diversity. Efficiency, size, weight, reliability etc. have all improved significantly with the development of modern and innovative inverter configurations and these factors have influenced the cost of producing inverters. This paper presents a literature review of the recent technological developments and trends in the Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Systems (GCPVS). In countries with high penetration of Distributed Generation (DG) resources, GCPVS have been shown to cause unwanted stress on the electrical grid. A review of the existing and future standards that addresses the technical challenges associated with the growing number of GCPVS is presented. Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT), Solar Tracking (ST) and the use of transform-less inverters can all lead to high efficiency gains of Photovoltaic (PV) systems while ensuring minimal interference with the grid. Inverters that support ancillary services like reactive power control, frequency regulation and energy storage are critical for mitigating the challenges caused by the growing adoption of GCPVS. Anjali | Gourav Sharma"A Review on 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/ijtsrd2195.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/2195/a-review-on-grid-connected-pv-system/anjali
SPAA AWARE ERROR TOLERANT 32 BIT ARITHMETIC AND LOGICAL UNIT FOR GRAPHICS PROCESSOR UNIT 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 demand 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. Instead, We approach to exploiting parallelism at the architecture level, which significantly increase throughput without compromising on power. Instead, using single, powerful CPU, we can add a cluster of less powerful CPU on a single chip, which combinatorically gives better performance. In proposing work we present architecture of 32 bit ALU for graphics processors. We have designed and implemented multicore processor based on 8bit ALU unit, which is specifically designed for low power consumption. The synthesized architecture is implemented in Verilog HDL. Analysis is performing on FPGA Artix-7 (Field Programmable Gate Array) level.
A Study on the Effectiveness of Minute Paper as A Classroom Assessment Technique in Social Science published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
J. Krishnamoorthy, Dr. S. Kulasekarapermal Pillai The aim of the present study is to find out the effectiveness of minute paper in the social science. Experimental method adopted in the present study and 160 secondary school students were selected from Villupuram educational district. Self made tools namely minute paper and achievement test in social science were used. Findings revealed that the minute paper has significant effect on achievement in social science and there is significance difference between the means of the control group and the experimental group in the post-test achievement in social science.
Studies on Length-Weight Relationship and Ponderal Index of Cyprinus Carpio in Govindgarh Lake, Rewa (M.P.) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Vima Patel, **S.N. Shukla and Shally Patel The paper deals with the Length-weight relationship and ponderal index of Cyprinus Carpio in Govindgarh Lake, Rewa (M.P), during the period July 2011 to June 2012. The investigation is the length-weight and condition factor of six hundred and nineteen adult Cyprinus Carpio fishes in Govindgarh Lake, Rewa were investigated. The value of regression coefficient for the length-weight relationship was calculated to be 2.8372. This suggests that the growth forms in the entire specimen sampled because are very close to 3 hence, it can be said that undertaken fishes were followed to be cube law. Similar strong positive (P < 0.001) correlation coefficient r = 0.99 was found during the present study.This suggests that the two variables (Length & Weight) are highly correlated. In the present study maximum value of ponderal index were found during summer season. The high value during summer season may be attributed to active metabolic activities, sufficient availability of food, and maturity time of gonads and preparatory period of pre-spawning.
A Study on Factors Influencing Facebook Involvement Among Youngsters published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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S. Senith, V. K. Jayan The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors influencing facebook involvement among youngsters in Tamilnadu and Kerala. The questionnaires were given to 500 consumers who are all using cosmetics. Out of 500 consumers contacted, 396 questionnaires were received with required coverage and details. The instruments of this study involved two parts: the first section of the instrument consisted of forced-choice questions about demographic characteristics: gender, marital status, age, occupation, monthly income level. The second section variables chosen for this study in order to measure the influence of facebook involvement among youngsters. In addition, the .05 level of statistical significance was set at all statistical tests in the present study. In the end of the study implications and conclusion were provided.
To investigate Dielectric Relaxation Time by Absorption of Microwave and NMR Spin Lattice Relaxation Time for Mixtures of Aldehydes and Ketones published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Om Kant, Dr. S. K. Vaish The molecular rotations and group orientations studied by Dielectric relaxation times (?) through Microwave Absorption Technique and NMR Spin Lattice Relaxation Times (T1) values through inversion recovery method 180-?- 90 pulse sequence are investigated of dilute solutions of mixtures. Mixtures are carried three Hetero- atomic Aldehydes (-CHO) and Ketones (-CO-) polar solutes namely Formaldehyde (HCHO), Benzaldehyde (C6H5CHO) & Acetone (CH3COCH3) at various concentration ratios [1:2:3, 2:3:1 and 3:1:2] and studied at ascending temperatures [35, 40 and 45C] in non- polar solvent of Benzene. The quantitative information such as steric hindrance, Dielectric relaxation times and nmr Spin Lattice Relaxation Times explored the characters of molecular motions in the non polar liquid. On the basis of the experimental observations it is noticed that the variation in the Dielectric relaxation times (?) and NMR Spin Lattice Relaxation Times (T1) values are associated with the contribution amount of Benzaldehyde solute in the mixtures
A Study on Service Quality of Online Retail Banking and Customer Satisfaction in Ahmedabad published in

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Vijay Gajera,Dr. Mehul Desai The main objective is to study service quality dimensions and its relation on customer overall satisfaction. This study develops an instrument of service quality and examines the relationship between perceived service quality dimensions and customer overall satisfaction The results shows that the most important service quality practice on customer satisfaction is responsiveness as it is perceived as a dominant service quality. The results reveal that the service quality dimensions of efficiency, reliability, responsiveness, fulfillment, privacy, communication and technological up gradation are positively and significantly influencing the customers overall satisfaction. Thus, this present research concluded that service quality is the basic and also most important factor that influences the overall customer satisfaction. This finding reinforces the need for banks managers to place an emphasis on the underlying dimensions of service quality especially on responsiveness and should start with improving service quality in order to raise overall customer satisfaction.
Excessive Use of Third Generation Cephalosporins May Increase in Ampc Producing Beta-Lactamase in Enterobacteriaceae published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Suhasini. K, Jagadeesh S Sanganal, Phani A.R, Shridhar.N.B, Narayanaswamy H.D, Narayanaswamy M., Jayashree Pattar Chitosan (CS) nanoparticles were prepared by ionic gelation technology, and then used for trapping Azathioprine. Combination drugs were encapsulated into CS nanoparticles as a result of electrostatic interactions, which was confirmed by Fourier transform spectroscopy (FTIR). Efficient encapsulation efficiency (EE) and loading capacity (LC) were achieved which were correlated to their initial drug concentration. The drug free CS nanoparticles are roughly spherical in shape with a size distribution range of 39.4 to 59.4 nm in diameter, drug loaded CS nanoparticles is in the range of 700 to 806 nm. The zeta potential of the chitosan nanoparticles is 42.7 mV, while zeta potential of the Azathioprine loaded chitosan nanoparticles is 50.6 mV. The drug loading capacity of Azathioprine loaded chitosan nanoparticles was 32.2%.
DECISION MAKING IN HEALTH SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE: AN OVERVIEW REFLECTING INNOVATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES published in

Albanian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by GRIAS
Vjollca Qerimi Innovations and new health technology can significantly improve the clinical practice, health outcomes, and life expectancy. However, governments must make a decision about which intervention is of the best value,offers the best improvement in terms of health gain, fewer adverse events, and all of that in the frame of therestricted resources. Exploring the literature we can see that by using decision-making science and Healthtechnology assessment (HTA) a lot of countries had achieved the balance in the innovative health care world. Their approaches, framework, and development give us an insight of limitations and strengths that decision-makers and HTA agencies face to assess and optimize outcomes and the benefit-harm balance of new medicines and diagnostic tools. Bringing HTA in countries in development is also a concern that has economic and political restrictions and it raises a lot of questions and challenges for development of decision making sciences itself. Our findings suggest that within all the limitations and future challenges that are to come and even we do not have the perfect information, decision must be made. In most health care situations clinical and economic evidence must be extrapolated through time or space, transferred from one study to another, or combined and linked in a way that they can demonstrate a balance between the costs and consequences and capture the benefits of new technologies, overcome uncertainties, and recognize the value of innovation, all within the limits ofoverall health resources and constrained health budgets of the respective country.
Seasonal Timing, Malaria Morbidity and Control in Taraba State, Nigeria published in

International Journal of Current Research

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Joseph Jonathan, Wama Binga Emmanuel, Houmsou Robert S., Zira Joshua D. and Bature, A. A. This study investigated the effects of season on malaria parasite prevalence, morbidity in Taraba state, Nigeria. Using a retrospective study design, the study relied on secondary data obtained from Meteorological Station Taraba State and Health facilities from 2005 2014. The research findings showed that season greatly influence malaria transmission. Rainfall plays an important role in the distribution and maintenance of breeding sites for the mosquito vector. The mean rainfall from 2005-2014 were 1885.80mm, per 1000 mean malaria morbidity was 228.90. Years with peak malaria morbidities (years 2006, 2011 and 2014) had least annual rainfalls (1488.20-1677.00mm). Monthly malaria morbidity had a significantly negative linear relationship with rainfall (r = - 0.827, p 0.001). Malaria morbidity for the decade increased at rates 0.298%.This study provide information on the malaria situation in Taraba State which will be useful to the National Malaria Control Programs and publichealth service providers in formulating policies that may promote the mitigation of malaria in Taraba State, Nigeria.
Effects of Cypermethrin on Lipid and Cholesterol Contents of Freshwater Fish Channa Orientalis (Bloch). published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Shruti S, Gijare, V.T. Tantarpale Water pollution is a major global problem that requires ongoing evaluation and revision of water resource policy at all levels. The water pollution is an acute problem in developing and industrialized countries. Fishes are very sensitive to a wide variety of toxicants in water and the deleterious effects of pesticides on fishes can be easily established. Ophiocephalus orientalis, freshwater fish exposed to sublethal concentration(0.0007/lit) of cypermethrin at different time intervals. Lipid and cholesterol contents were observed from liver and muscle after exposure period. There were decreased in lipid and cholesterol content at different time intervals.
Role, Scope, and Challenges of Hr in Retail Sector published in

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Prof.Dr.Jyoti H.Lahoti The retail formats in India have evolved vastly over a relatively short period of seven to eight years. Another credible factor in the prospects of the retail sector in India is the increase in the young working population. These key factors have been the growth drivers of the organized retail sector in India. But the entry of global players in retailing business has created huge challenges to the Indian companies. Retailers today are focused on drawing customers into the stores to drive sales while at the same time reducing cost overheads. On the other hand, this poses huge challenges with respect to dealing with the short supply of qualified, future-ready talent, sustaiing high performance and retaining key talent. Beyond the impact of globalization and mergers and acquisitions, retail organizations continue to struggle with the recruitment of service-oriented employees. Therefore, the key question for the retail organization in India is how they can sustain high performance whilst battling both economic challenges as well as talent shortages. The organized retailers in order to respond to the competition, started to realize the need for efficient man power. The HR practices and the employee satisfaction became the primary concern for the organized retailers. The present study will provide a clear picture on the issues related to the HR practices and its impact on employees. The study will also focus on the various problems and challenges faced by the HR department in procuring and retaining the employees of organized retailing companies.
Clinical and Microbiological Profile of Post Intramuscular Injection Abscesses at a Tertiary Care Hospital: A Prospective Study. published in

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Dr Thrishuli P. B, Dr Shivanand Reddy K. V, Dr. Gowri. V. R -
Study on Copppcing Ability of Eucalyptus Tereticornis in Clonal Multiplication Areas published in

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M. Mamatha and B. Venkateshwar Rao The experiment was conducted at Forest Research Centre, Mulugu, State Silviculturist division, Hyderabad of Andhra Pradesh to know the coppice ability of Eucalyptus tereticornis in intensively managed clonal multiplication area. The result revealed that the lower portion of stump, 12 cm from ground level is having capacity to produce more number of coppice shoots than the upper portion 12 to 24 cm height. So it is concluded that the juvenility of stump cannot lost even it is older than the upper portion.
The Influence of Lifestyle Risk Factors on the Occurrence of Gynecological Cancers: A Review of the Evidence and Opportunities for Prevention and Management - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Bittoni MA1*, Fisher JL2, Weier R3,4 Over one million gynecologic cancers have been diagnosed in women worldwide. The five main types of gynecologic cancer are: uterine, ovarian, cervical, vulvar and vaginal. This review describes the current evidence regarding modifiable lifestyle factors and risk of gynecologic cancer, with a focus on the three most prevalent gynecologic cancers: uterine, ovarian, and cervical, which are included among the top seven causes of cancer deaths among women. This review primarily considers more recent evidence (since 2004) regarding the prominent lifestyle factors of obesity, physical activity, diet and smoking and provides a discussion of opportunities for prevention and management of gynecologic cancer. Although smoking and obesity emerged as the strongest risk factors, further research in the form of high quality prospective studies and randomized trials is needed to confirm the results for several risk factors, especially diet and physical activity, and for various populations and subgroups. Women should be educated on how modifiable lifestyle factors may reduce their risk of gynecological cancer. Clinicians should also be made aware of how they can assist patients in implementing behaviors in order to reduce their risk and for survivors to better manage their disease.
Run-Time Re-configuration using FPGA for Bio-Medical Application published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Ajinkya A. Bandegiri | Dr. Pradip C. Bhaskar Now-a-days, FPGAs are even used as prototyping devices. With the ongoing technologies to build these devices, FPGAs are becoming larger, faster and more accurate. With the proper development environments, FPGAs can also be used in end products to provide specialized features that are not always possible with ASIC chips such as in-field updates of hardware. Partial Re-configuration can be used to maximize the resource utilization in FPGAs. The partial re-configuration with FPGA can be used in Bio-Medical application at run-time. This application can be considered to monitor and measure various health parameters viz., Body-Temperature, Heart Rate, ECG, Oxygen Saturation and Blood-Pressure etc. In this research article, the runtime partial reconfiguration using VHDL coding in Xilinx tool has been performed. Mr. Ajinkya A. Bandegiri | Dr. Pradip C. Bhaskar"Run-Time Re-configuration using FPGA for Bio-Medical Application" 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/ijtsrd10975.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/10975/run-time-re-configuration-using-fpga-for-bio-medical-application/mr-ajinkya-a-bandegiri
LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATION TO PERFORMANCE EMPLOYEE IN PAPUA PROVINCE published in

International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science

Published by Salewangang Institute Publishing
FERDINANDUS CHRISTIAN This study aims to determine the influence of leadership and motivation on the performance of employees at the Food Security and Coordination Counseling of Papua Province. Respondents in this study as many as 84 employees at the Office of Food Security and Coordination Counseling of Papua Province and respondents who returned questionnaires of 60 questionnaires, Data processed using Multiple Regression and using SPSS software version 20. The result of this research shows that leadership has significant effect on employee performance while work motivation has significant effect on employee performance. The result of simultaneous research shows that leadership (X1) and work motivation (X2) have significant effect on employee performance.
AN APPROACH TO STANDERDIZATION OF PANCHAKARMA THERAPY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Dr. Chawardol Seema G. and 2Dr. Jain Sapan B*. Ayurveda being the oldest health care system has got the time tested principles to its credit, but as new demand and issue merge, the practical domin of this holistic medicine also has to be updated to higher levels. The Ayurvedic approach to he treatment of disease consists of two major procedures; Samshodhana chikitsa (purificatory therapy) and samshamana chikitsa (pacificatory therapy) Panchakarma is a unique bio-cleaning therapy of Ayurveda which brings about homeostasis of the body and eliminates disease causing toxic substances from the body. Panchakarma is an unique idea of permanent cure. The methodology used for performing various Panchakarma procedure differs widely from one treatment centre to other. This will bring about a negative effect on Ayurveda as the patients may doubt the authenticity when they undergone the same treatment procedure at different treatment centres in different methods, Clinical study conducted in the field of Panchakarma shows considerable variation in procedure, accuracy and quality. To avoid these misconception we have to advocated many subjective and objective parameters and they need to be standardized for the effective application in current practice standardization is the process of developing and implementing technical standards. It can also facilitate commoditization of formely custom process. It will help to increase the acceptability and utilization of Panchakarma at Globel level.
Privacy Preserving Public Auditing & Recovery for Secure Cloud Storage published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Etaveni Madhavi | Bottu Shiva Kumar The main aim of this project is to see change in concrete by hydrochloric acid attack. It is well known that the concrete under acidic environment is deteriorated due to a chemical attack. For example, acid rain cause concrete unexpectedly short service life due to the damages for concrete cover. This paper presents the effect of Hydrochloric acid (HCl) on Blended Cement (Fly ash based (BC)) and Silica Fume Blended Cement(SFBC) and their concretes. The BC and SFBC and their concretes BCC and SFBCC produced with HCl dosage of 100, 150,300, 500 and 900 mg/l added in deionized water. In addition to this control specimens were prepared with deionized water (without HCl) for comparison. The setting times and compressive strength were evaluated for 28 and 90 days apart from studying Rapid chloride ion permeability. The results show that, as HCl concentration increases, there is retardation in initial and final setting of cements (BC and SFBC). The compressive strength of both BCC and SFBCC has come down with an increase in the concentration of HCl at both 28 and 90 days. Compressive strengths of BCC and SFBCC have decreased in the range of 2 to 19%, at 28 and 90 day age respectively, with an increase in HCl concentration, when compared with the control specimens. It was also observed that Chloride ion permeability has increased with an increase in the concentration of the acid. Though after this experiment we are considered that the effects of hydrochloric acid on concrete leads to slow n steady of concrete which make them weak and later on it demolishes completely. Etaveni Madhavi | Bottu Shiva Kumar"Properties of Concrete with Acid" 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/ijtsrd14355.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/14355/properties-of-concrete-with-acid/etaveni-madhavi
An Exploratory Study in Child Mental Health Amongst School Going Children published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Fiola Savia Dorothy D Rsquo Costa, Sheetal Kothare, Sagar Karia, Avinash De Sousa Mental health is an essential part of childrens overall health and has complex interactive relationship with their physical health and ability to succeed in school, at work and in society. Mental health problems when left untreated in children leads to failure in school, violence, drug abuse and even suicide which may be costly to the family, community and even the Health Care system. We conducted a study in 300 school going children of age groups 11-15 years going to 7th, 8th and 9th standards to assess their mental health, to identify factors (Physiological, Psychological, Social, Academic achievement and economic) affecting mental health of school going children and to study relationship between them and mental health. 8.66% of children had GHQ > 20 suggestive of high risk mental health. There was statistically significant relationship between these various factors and GHQ score. Thus our study emphasise the importance of recognizing mental health problems in children and that the school health personnel must take necessary steps in improving the mental health of the school children.
Muhasebe E?itiminde Alternatif lme ve De?erlendirme Yntemleri zerine Gr?ler (Opinions About "Alternative Methods of Evaluation and Quantification" in Accounting Education) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Hseyin Ali Kutlu, Seyhan ztrk Abstract Economic relations more and more complicated in today's world, accounting applications received at the same time at education and training, has become a major issue discussed in lots of scientific work and with the size of the meetings. Completely unique logic of accounting courses that require a systematic education and training process in itself can be taught at the desired level. At the end of the process; assessment techniques will be to evaluate the resulting output; exams,oral, homework, project, application, consisting of seminars or other methods. In this context, the most important question which must be answered will be Which method gives the best result in the terms of evaluaiton?. This question concerns not only accounting educators but also pedagogs. Of course there is not just one answer for this question. It may be differs from that type of education method and process, how to use which methods and measurement and evaluation methods depending on implemented. In this study measurement and evaluation in accounting education is analysed, and included prominent opinions in the light of researchs which located in literatre.
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
ALGORITHMIC APPROACH IN TEACHING PUPILS OF SOLVING TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Roman Yurievich Kostyuchenko Equations are considerable part of Mathematics as science and curriculum at school. Solving of trigonometric equations is not always simple because of objective and subjective reasons. From our point of view, teaching process how to solve trigonometric equations must be organized step-by-step: practice of solving simple trigonometric equations, then solving trigonometric equations of certain kind, and finally, in connections with accumulated knowledge of trigonometric expressions, solving equations of different types. Suggested article shows necessity of such coherence, reviews examples of trigonometric equations, and summarizes solving methods.
Picroside II Diminishes Oxidative Stress Induced By Cerebral Ischemic Injury in Rats published in

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Lianqing Wang1*, Wenzhen Lv2, Lixia Rong1, Guangyi Liu1 Objective: To optimize the therapeutic dose and time window of picrosede II in cerebral ischemic injury in rats by orthogonal test. Methods The forebrain ischemia model was established by a bilateral common carotid artery occlusion (BCCAO). Methods: Rats were randomly grouped according to orthogonal experimental design and treated by injecting picroside II intraperitonenally at different ischemic times with different doses. The concentration of lipid perioxide malondialdehyde (MDA) in serum and brain was determined by thiobarbituric acid assay. The activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD) in these samples was determined by xanthine oxidase assay. Results: The optimized composition of the therapeutic dose and time window of picroside II in cerebral ischemic injury was (1) ischemia 1.5 h with 10 mg/kg body weight according to the concentration of MDA in serum and the brain tissue, (2) ischemia 1.5 h with 20 mg/kg body weight according to the activity of SOD in serum and the brain tissue. Conclusion:From the principle of lowest therapeutic dose with longest time window, the optimized composition of the therapeutic dose and time window of picroside II in cerebral ischemic injury is ischemia 1.5 h with 10-20 mg/kg body weight.
Estimation of Renal Volume in Transplantation Donors and Correlation with Differential Renal Functions, Body Mass Index, Age and Sex. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ranjeet Singh Rathore, Nisarg Mehta, Devesh Bansal, Manas Babu, H Krishnamoorthy, Biju Pillai, Mohan P Sam Knowledge of kidney size is important for the clinical assessment of renal disease. The purpose of our study was to estimate normal renal volumes in transplantation donors and to correlate with differential renal functions, BMI, Sex and Age. 84 healthy voluntary renal donors were enrolled in to the study from Aug 2012 to Feb 2015. Renal volume was estimated by two methods, first by CT scan and second by displacement method and the volumes obtained by the two methods were correlated with age, sex, differential renal functions and BMI. The mean renal volumes of left and right kidney in males were 143 20.67ml and 130.38 16.82 ml and in females were 132 21.26 ml and 123.56 19 ml respectively. The mean renal volumes calculated by displacement method were 165 20.42 ml and 152.24 22.08 ml in males and females. The volume of kidney statistically correlates with split GFR, BMI, Age and Sex.
EXAMINATION OF RECENT TRENDS IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AS IT AFFECTS THE MAJORITY RULE AND THE MINORITY PROTECTION published in

International Journal of Advanced Legal Studies and Governance

Published by International Centre for Integrated Development Research
Azu, U. E. This article explored the trends in corporate governance from the perspective of the common law to our contemporary statutes. This work revealed that the establishment of a minimum set of legislative standards against which all corporate actions and behaviours could be tested is imperative to ensure effective management. The method of research employed here include extensive literature review, internet facilities, examination of judicial authorities and statutes. It is realized that the failure to secure and maintain the confidence of investors could result in a decline in share purchase. It could also result in a general lethargy in investment due to the uncertainty and unpredictability of corporate behaviour. Therefore, this article considers the equitable and fair treatment of shareholders as fundamental to the maintenance of public confidence in corporations as well as the securities market in general.
IMPLEMENTASI POLIGAMI ANTINOMI ANTARA INDIVIDUAL RIGHT DAN SOCIAL RIGHT published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sanyoto Court of religion have absolute jurisdiction to check and judge polygamy application and then check the material condition and if its fulfilled, husband as applicant obliged to prove the reason. If he success to prove, so there are polygamous permission, but if he fail to prove the reason of polygamy, so the application will be refused. In application of Polygamy, Religion court give register of polygamous permission in form Pdt G. Verification charged upon husband. Wife have to explain about polygamous permission which given this matter shows importance antinomy between Wife, Husband, and society. Polygamous Implementation in Religion court have done according to existing rule, but for this decision many people is disgruntled because its sacrifice the justice for wife. Kata Kunci: Poligami, Antinomi
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
Change Management Challenges in Erp Implementation in Apparel Industry published in

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Prof. M. K. Gandhi, Dr. K. Sarukesi Enterprise Resource Planning applications are implemented in various industries to automate the processes of the organization. The Organizations encounter various issues during implementation within the organization in the form of resistance, conflict, non-cooperation; indulge in activities against the interest of the organization etc., due to various reasons. Many of these issues are caused by internal employees of the organization which could have been averted. These issues are highly sensitive, challenging and it may lead to delay the ERP implementation process or sometimes leads to failure. This paper identifies the major issues and provides solution to the address such same.
The Arya Samaj: Emergence of Caste Consciousness in Punjab published in

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Sube Singh This Research Paper is an attempt to examine The Arya Samaj: Emergence of Caste Consciousness in Punjab. The Arya Samaj was founded by Dayanand Saraswati who though originally from Gujarat found his strongest and largest number of adherents in Punjab. This is not surprising considering the strong anti-Brahmanical streak in Dayanands preaching in which he held the current degeneration of Hinduism to be the fault mainly of the priestly class. By the end of the first half of the nineteenth century, British rule had covered the whole Punjab. The ensuing decades saw the establishment of British administration, institutions and education in these areas. The introduction of new institutions and new ideas did not fail to elicit a response within the society. One area where the impact of colonial rule can be analysed is the emergence of caste consciousness in Punjab.
Peningkatan Keterampilan Proses Sains Siswa melalui Context Based Learning published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Adam Malik, Endah Kurnia Y, Siti Robiatus S Rigid object equilibrium is a material that needs well rule and process aplication viewed from tranlation and rotation concept. This phenomenon related to material aplication was much found in daily life. This material instruction requires the development of Saintific Process Skills (SPS). Based on the observation result in MAN Cisewu, this material was considered difficult for the student. The teacher taught the material with mathematical formulas wihthout practicing the saintific process. One of the efforts to solve the problem by using model Context Based Learning (CBL). CBL connects content and contex. It helps the students to be more creative informing concept individually and improves the saintific process skills. Through one grup pretest-posttest design in pre experiment method, the research aims finding out the use of CBL model by using observation sheet and improving students’ saintific process skills measured by multiple choices. The result shows percentage of teacher activity 87,00% (good) and students 85,22% (good). The improvement of students’ saintific process skills showed 0,58% (medium) for N-gain means. The indicator of saintific process skills communicate of the lowest N-Gain (0,06) and the highest N-Gain (0,73) apperead on the indicator of interpretation. Hyphothetical test showed by Wilcoxon match pairs, it is found that Zcount (5,70) > Ztable (1,69). It can be concluded that Context Based Learning can improve saintific process skills of students in material rigid object equilibrium.
Q-ABSORBANCE RATIO METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF ACETYLCYSTEINE AND ACEBROPHYLLINE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tvinkal P. Patel*, Laxman M. Prajapati, Amit K. Joshi, Mohammadali L. Kharodiya A simple, economic, sensitive, accurate and reproducible spectroscopic method has been developed and validated for the simultaneous estimation of acebrophylline and acetylcysteine in tablet dosage form by Q-Absorbance ratio method. Acebrophylline and acetylcysteine were found to have absorbance maxima at 274 and 195 nm respectively in distilled water and iso absorptive point was found to be 210 nm. Acebrophylline was found to be linear in the concentration range of 5 to 11 ?g/ ml at 274 nm and Acetylcysteine was found to be linear in the concentration range of 30 to 66 ?g/ml at 195 nm. The assay of marketed tablet formulation (Pulmoclear Tablet) was found to be 103.4% and 101.58% for acebrophylline and acetylcysteine respectively. The method was validated statistically as per ICH guidelines. The method showed good reproducibility and recovery with % RSD less than 2.
Marine Mollusk Fauna of Kastamonu and Sinop Provinces: A Compiled list of Black Sea Mollusks of Turkey published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mehmet Culha The study was carried out to determine Mollusca fauna of Kastamonu and Sinop coasts. A seasonal sampling procedure was performed in the area from a variety of biotops in 0-0.5 and 5m depths at 4 stations between July 2007 and May 2008. A total of 11 species and 16823 specimens belonging to Bivalvia; 15 species and 5482 specimens belonging to Gastropoda and 1 species and 1 specimens belonging to Polyplacophora classes were encountered during the study. The presence of the cosmopolitan Bivalve, Pholas dactylus Linnaeus, 1758 was remarked for the first time in this study. Also, in this context, a list of Mollusca fauna of the Black Sea coasts of Turkey is compiled based on various studies carried out in Turkish coasts of the Black Sea.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRY SIMULTANEOUS EQUATION METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF ATENOLOL AND NIFEDIPINE IN BULK AND TABLET DOSAGE FORM published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Bhavna A. Patel* The aim of present work was to develop an accurate, simple, sensitive and Cost effective UV Spectrophotometric method for simultaneous estimation of Atenolol and Nifedipine. The method has followed linearity in the range of 5-25?g/ml and 1.25-6.25?g/ml for Atenolol and Nifedipine respectively. The value of correlation coefficient was 0.9987 & 0.9980 for Atenolol and Nifedipine at 274.5 nm and 0.9979 & 0.9970 for Atenolol and Nifedipine at 235 nm. Satisfactory values of Percent relative standard deviation for the intra-day and inter-day precision indicated that method is precise. Results of the recovery studies (97.77 % to 99.39% for Atenolol & 98.40 % to 100.37 % for Nifedipine) showed accuracy of the method. LOD calculated as 0.97?g/ml and 0.097?g/ml for Atenolol and Nifedipine at 274.5 nm & 0.46?g/ml and 0.07325?g/ml for Atenolol and Nifedipine at 235 nm. LOQ calculated as 2.94?g/ml and 0.322?g/ml for Atenolol and Nifedipine at 274.5 nm & 1.41?g/ml and 0.222?g/ml for Atenolol and Nifedipine at 235 nm .The developed method was extended to the formulation for routine estimation of Atenolol and Nifedipine.
Spatial analysis Of Environmental Pollution in the City Of Al-Qasim published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
Ali Hamza Al-Jotheri Saher JabberKadhim The growing Population of the city of Al-Qasim during the past half century, and thedaily increase per capita led to income increase the demand for water allocated to industrial and commercial uses and soil as well as and soil increased demand for transportation of various kinds, and that industrial activity is located in the town of Al-Qasim incarnated stations of fuel and gas filling the coefficient of snow and Mills Mjarh cereals, pastry shops and bakeries, electric generators and Scalt construction materials in residential neighborhoods, as are these gatherings all industrial activities discharge of solid waste from residential neighborhoods, while the discharge of liquid waste, including solid and to the tabular denominator and Jerbuaah two bear damage the biggest being the main source of water surface in the city.
STUDYING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INSULIN GROWTH FACTOR 1, C - REACTIVE PROTEIN AMONG DIABETIC FRAIL ELDERLY published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Moatassem S.Amer*, MD, Mohammed Sh. Khater, MD, Abeer Mesbah Abd - Alhamid, MD Hossam Arafa Ramadan, M.Sc. Objective : to study the relationship between Insulin Growth Factor 1(IGF - 1) and C - reactive protein (CRP) among diabetic frail elderly Methods : A case control study has been carried on 90 elderly aged 60 years and over, collected from (Mansora university hospital & community dwe lling elderly) during the period January 2015 - July 2015. Subjects were divided into: Control group of 30 healthy elderly and cases group: of 60 frail elderly which is furtherly subdivided into two subgroups: frail with diabetes and frail without diabetes . S ubjects were subjected to comprehensive geriatric assessment and study of osteoporotic fractures (SOF) index for assessment of presence of frailty. Results : IGF - 1 level was significantly lower among the frail patient. Also , IGF - 1 level was significantly lower among diabetic frail elderly. In addition, CRP level, significantly higher among frail elderly but there was no significant statistical difference between the frail diabetic & frail non diabetic as regards the CRP level. Concl usion : F rail elderly had a lower IGF - 1 level and a higher CRP level in compare with control participant. Also , diabetic frail elderly had significantly lower IGF - 1 level compared to the non - diabetics. However there was no difference between CRP level among diabetic and non - diabetic frail elderly .
CLASSROOM ATTENDANCE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF 1ST MBBS STUDENTS IN BIOCHEMISTRY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Soma Gupta1* and Dr. Sanjoy Kunti2 Attendance in didactic lecture classes in Biochemistry of 276 students of Midnapore Medical College was studied along with their marks in Biochemistry in 1st Professional MBBS examination. The statistical analysis shows a positive correlation among classroom attendance and university marks. The regression analysis also reflects that university mark is dependent on theory class attendance. Hence a well prepared lecture class is very important method of teaching Biochemistry in medical colleges.
Correlation of serum Malonialdehyde Acetylaldehyde Adduct to serum Malondialdehyde as oxidative stress markers in Acute Coronary Syndrome patients published in

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Dr. Faisal Gh. Al-Rubaye Background: Advances in our understanding of the pathophysiology of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) have led to the marked increase in development of new biomarkers for its diagnosis. One of these markers is a molecule, known as malondialdehydeacetaldehyde or MAA also appeared to indicate the presence of coronary artery disease. Aim: to investigate the relationship between MAA-adducted proteins and parameters of oxidative stress on the one side and different types of acute coronary syndromes on the other.Subject and methods: the present study is a case-control study conducted during the period from April, 2004 till the end of December 2005, which includes measurement of serum malondialdehyde by chemical method and malondialdehyde-acetyl aldehyde by Enzyme Linked ImmunoSorbant method on 138 patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome attending the Cardiac Care Unit at Al-Kadhimiya Teaching Hospital with a matching group of 40 apparently volunteer subjects for age and sex which were considered as a control. Results: the serum (malondialdehyde & malondialdehyde-acetyl aldehyde) are significantly elevated in Acute Coronary Syndrome patients (Acute Myocardail Infarction and Unstable Angina) (P<0.001) as compared with controls; however, these parameters are not altered significantly (P>0.001) when patients groups are compared with each other. Both malondialdehyde & malondialdehyde-acetyl aldehyde are significantly correlated (r=0.9, P<0.001 in all study groups whether Acute Coronary Syndrome or control groups.In conclusion: all patients with coronary diseases have oxidative stress. This is supported by the finding of high serum (malondialdehyde & malondialdehyde-acetyl aldehyde ) which are markers of oxidative stress. Measurement of malondialdehyde-acetyl aldehyde protein adduct by many kits that are commercially available; as this adducts may be playing a role in the development and/or progression of vascular disease such as atherosclerosis, this biomarker is still under intense investigation and lack specificity
Information based Networking and Database for Manufacturing with Ambient Intelligence published in

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A.Sinduja, Fahad Iqbal, A. Siva Subramanian In this ever changing environment the field of manufacturing which plays a vital role in each and every countries economy has to adapt to new techniques and ways of approach to sustain in globalized market. The manufacturing is field which involves high range of information sharing within its floor as well as between the departments such as Human resource, Maintenance, Sales, Logistics which not only supports but also boons its performance in companys overall standing among its competitors. To be market performer the company should look at its Information sharing capacity within its departments which help each other to do its activity productively and effectively. The paper is about making data and information about the companys various departments and its activities, information supporting them to carry out their functions centric i.e. integrated in single database with ambient intelligence technology as a support in shop floor which would help in monitoring activities of people in the floor. The main study will be focused on bringing all those information get integrated for sharing data to manufacturing department to overcome its stochastic nature of working. The information based networking is controlled and supported by AmI as AmI is an emerging trend in smart home environment. This AmI is a technology which brings electronics and Human Activities together to make life more easy and pleasure.
Comparison of System Model and Mathematical Model of Open-Loop Buck Converter published in

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Kalpana Khandhediya, Prof. B. M. Daxini This paper presents the design and simulation of system model and mathematical modelling of an open loop buck converter.The dc-dc converter converts an unregulated dc voltage to a constant or regulated voltage. However the converter values changes with time and temperature [1]. Hence to control the output voltage, it is required to understand the dynamic behavior and transient response of the converter, which cant be understood by the system model of the converter. So one of the way to model by mathematical modeling, defined by set of differential equations [1]. This paper represent the mathematical modeling of a pulse width modulated (PWM) open loop buck converter and its verification by simulation in SIMULINK.
Working Womens Challenges in the Present Indian Context published in

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Latha. Sm Employment is found to be a strong determinant empowerment status. Employment of women in non-agricultural sector has been increasing since last two decades. A majority of working women fall in the middle and lower socioeconomic class and they work mainly for economic reasons. These women would have preferred to remain home and attend to household chores and their children. Any discussion of the problems associated with the women labour has many aspects, such as economic, political, psychological, sociological, legal etc. This paper deals with working women position, types of working women, opinion regarding, various challenges in family and work place sector in society...
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF HPTLC METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF ZOLPIDEM IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Deepali A. Bansode*, and K.R.Mahadik, Principal Objective: This paper describes a new, simple, precise, accurate and specific HPTLC method for estimation of zolpidem as a bulk drug and in tablet dosage forms. Methods: Chromatographic separation of the drug was performed on aluminum plates pre-coated with silica gel 60 F254 as the stationary phase and a mobile phase comprising of water: methanol: acetic acid (8.0: 2.7: 0.3v/v/v). Densitometric quantification of zolpidem was carried out at 245 nm. Zolpidem was detected satisfactorily with an Rf value 0.420.03. Results: The accuracy and reliability of the method was assessed by evaluation of linearity (100- 1000 ng/spot), precision (intra-day RSD 0.52% and inter-day RSD 0.91%), accuracy (99.12-100.10%) and specificity according to ICH guidelines. Conclusion: The proposed HPTLC method is simple, precise, accurate, specific, reproducible and less economic without interference from the excipients. The developed method is suitable for routine analysis of zolpidem in bulk and as a tablet dosage form.
Effect of Azotobacter, FYM and PSB on productivity in pearl millet and wheat cropping system published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.F. HUSAIN1, H.G. PRAKASH* AND R.K. PANDEY1 The present study was conducted at Regional Research Station, Kalai (Aligarh), C.S. Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur to study the effect of different doses of fertilizers and organic manures coupled with Azotobacter and PSB on yield and its attributes in pearl milletwheat crop sequence. The results of three years experimentation 2004-5 to 2006-7 revealed that application of 100% RDF gave significantly superior grain yield of pearl millet over other treatments including control followed by 100% RDF N and P only. Similar yield pattern was also recorded in wheat yield. The fodder yield in pearl millet and straw yield in wheat were also significantly higher with application of 100% RDF followed by 50% N and P + 5t FYM+ Azotobacter +PSB. The pearl millet yield equivalent of 100% RDF was significantly (p<.01) superior over all other treatments.The net B:C ratio on pooled basis indicated that 50% N and P+ 5t FYM+ Azotobacter+ PSB and 50% N and P +2.5t FYM+ VC+ Azotobacter +PSB gave higher B:C ratio due to reduction in cost of fertilizer and inclusion of organic source of nutrients.
Dexmedetomidine: A simple, easy, and economical adjuvant for general anesthesia published in

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Dr. Anita B. Patel, Dr. Lisa Abraham CLINICAL REASECH ARTICAL Dexmedetomidine (Dex), a specific ?2-adrenergic agonist, has sedative,analgesic and anxiolytic, properties This study examined the effect of dexmedetomidine on sedation, hemodynamic values, anesthetic consumption, and recovery from anesthesia. Forty-two female patients undergoing gynaecologic surgery were randomly assigned to receive IV Dex(1g/kg: Dex group) or saline (control group) over 10min before anestbetic induction. After tracbeal intubation, anestbesia was maintained with sevoflurane, o2 (50%) N2o(50%). Mean arterial pressure(MAP) and heart rate(HR) after intubation were increased in Control group, but did not change in the Dex group. The HR of the Dex group was lower compared to that of the Control group during maintenance; no difference in MAP between the groups. End-tidal concentration and total cumulative consumption of sevoflurane were lower in the Dex group than in the control group. Recovery profiles, postoperative nausea, voming, and visual analogue pain score were not significantly different between the groups. In conclusion, single infusion of Dex(1 g/kg) is a simple, easy and economical adjuvant for general anesthesia. Dex maintains stable hemodynamics and decreases anestbetic consumption without changing recovery profiles.
Study of Centrifugal Casting of Cast Iron Rolls and its Problem Formulation at India Factory, Malerkotla, Punjab (India) published in

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Charanjeet Singh, Yunis Ahmad Dar, Dikshant Malhotra , Depanshu Sharma India Factory was established in 1970 and was the first company to introduce Chilled Rolls manufactured by centrifugal casting in India for Roller Flour Mills. Now the plant is manufacturing Chill Rolls for Roller Flour Mills, Solvent Extraction Plants, Vegetable Oil Mills, Feed Mills, Crushing, Grinding, Milling, Roller Mills, etc. A brief study is conducted about the present methodology, techniques and practices being adopted at the site and the problem formulation is suggested as per the rejection rates of products. The plant procedures and processes are carefully examined to check for any deviations from the standard principles and modifications/alterations for the present adopted methods are accordingly suggested to minimize rejections as far as possible. Most of the rolled castings are produced by centrifugal casting; however some sand moulds with cores are also used for large and solid/hollow cylindrical profile castings. The chemical composition of the material is constantly examined via atomic spectroscopic techniques to assure the quality of the products as per the requirements and a simple 2D layout of the plant is shown to predict an efficient and effective process flow paths and material handling.
Determinants of farm households graduation from productive safety net program (PSNP) in Emba Alage District, Northern Ethiopia published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Berihun Kassa Hailu* and Hayalu Godefey Seyoum To trim down food insecurity and poverty in Ethiopia in general and in Tigray region in particular, as a program, PSNP has long been in place basically widening its intervention among the chronically food insecure areas and households. In doing so, graduating the targeted households was the central pattern of the program. Unfortunately almost half of the program beneficiaries were non-graduates. As a result of this, this research paper has aimed at examining the determinants of graduation. Primary data basically cross sectional data was collected through semi-structured questionnaire administered on 246 randomly selected beneficiary households. For data analysis purpose, descriptive statistics and econometric models particularly binary logistic regression model were employed. The regression results revealed that gender, irrigation use, access to credit, total crop production and targeting mechanism were found to have positive and statistically significant relationship with the level and likelihood of graduation; while occurrence of natural calamities particularly drought and number of dependents carried a negative and statistically significant association with the level and likelihood of graduation. It is recommended, therefore, that irrigation practices coupled with the introduction of drip irrigation need to be facilitated and smallholder farmers need to be motivated to participate in some other non-farm income generating activities that should be supported by credit access be it formal or informal basically that could serve as a startup capital. Keywords: PSNP, Graduation, Logit Emba Alage, Tigray, Ethiopia
The English language teaching enterprise in the postcolonial Cameroon: A focus on the framework of needs analysis published in

Basic Research Journal of Education Research and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Serges Mose Essossomo It is an established fact that when most students in some non-native settings like Cameroon, leave secondary/high schools, their performance in written and/or oral communication is still relatively mediocre. This state of affairs has been an issue of several inquiries over the years. Most researchers attributed learners poor performance to psychological, social and linguistic factors. This paper rests on the solid assumption that most learners find difficulties in expressing themselves in English at the completion of secondary school in Cameroon because the school curriculum is not designed within the framework of Needs Analysis. A number of issues will be addressed in this research endeavour. In it, we shall give an insight into the notion of Needs Analysis, establish its theoretical basis, explore some models and approaches of this theoretical framework within the ESL/EFL context and finally show its potential usefulness. Keyword: English Language Teaching, Needs Analysis, ESL, EFL.
Review: Cosmeceutical Potential of Chinese Skullcap (Scutellaria Baicalensis) published in

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Dr. Lana Jiang Scutellaria baicalensis, also known as Chinese skullcap is a plant belonging to lamiaceae family (mint) and is one of the widely used herbs in Chinese and Oriental medicines. It has been used traditionally for several health conditions including microbial infections, inflammation, and cholesterol management, anti tumor, antioxidant activity and several other health benefits. The herb has been well studied for its phytochemical constituents, which include several unique flavonoids. In this review we look at the Cosmeceutical benefits of this unique traditional herb.
Keki N. Daruwalla's Poems: A Study of Post Independence Social Realism published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Md Ataur Rahaman Keki N.Daruwalla is one of the most substantial poets among the ˜new Indian English poets who radicalized Indian English poems both in theme and language. Pre Independence poets like Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, Michael Madhusudan Dutt , Toru Dutt ,Ramesh Chandra Dutt were mainly imitators”they imitated the cult of romanticism of the British romantic poets like William Wordsworth, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats and Walter Scott. Apart from them there were poets like Sarojini Naidu, Rabindranath Tagore, Aurobindo Ghosh and Harindranath Chattopadhaya who were also romantic but their romanticism was fraught with spiritualism, nationalism, and mysticism.But the poets like Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, Kamala Das and Keki N.Daruwalla were fed up with romantic idealism. They produced a body of protest literature in a satirical, cynical and ironical vein. Modernism in Indian English poetry made its inroads with them leading to the origin of ˜New Poetry in the Indian literary sky. They derived much from the modern poets like T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, W.B. Yeats, W.H. Auden, Wallace Stevens and Dylan Thomas. This paper is an attempt to probe the sensibilities of Daruwalla as a poet who has a profound concern for the post independence Indian social realism , of say, violence, corruption, hypocrisy etc. His poems bespeak of his social commitment as a poet and his broad humanism. Md Ataur Rahaman"Keki N. Daruwallas Poems: A Study of Post Independence Social Realism" 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/ijtsrd9473.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/9473/keki-n-daruwallas-poems-a-study-of-post-independence-social-realism/md-ataur-rahaman
Mutational study of Extracellular Matrix Protein 1 in a case of Lipoid Proteinosis from South India. published in

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Dr. Karthika Sivaprakasam, Dr. Balaji Govindan Lipoid proteinosis (LP), also known as Hyalinosis cutis et mucosae or UrbachWiethe disease (OMIM 247100) is a rare, autosomal recessive disorder characterized by generalized thickening of skin, mucosae and certain viscera [1]. Histologically, there is widespread deposition of hyaline material and disruption/reduplication of basement membrane [2]. It is caused by loss-of-function mutations in the extracellular matrix protein 1 (ECM1). We conducted mutation analysis of the ECM1 gene in a 23 year old male with lipoid proteinosis. He presented with hoarse voice, asymptomatic skin lesions, scarring beaded eyelid papules and a thickened sublingual frenulum since his childhood. Skin biopsy showed widespread deposition of hyaline material in the dermis and thickened basement membrane. The coding region of ECM1 was amplified and sequenced and were shown to have mutations in introns 5, 6, 9 and exons 6, 7, 8. These mutations were concurrent with the mutations of previous studies.
Improvement of the Competencies of Early Childhood Education Teachers in Bicol Region Through Training published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

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Gloria B. Osea PhD and Simeon B. Botor Socio-demographic profile, teaching methods, strategies used and training needs of Early Child Preschool Teachers (PSTs) and Day Care Workers (DCWs) in Region V (Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, and Albay) were studied. The level of improvement in the teaching competencies of PSTs and DCWs in Camarines Sur before and after the capability enhancement training was determined. Half of the PSTs were young (19 -30 years old). Almost all (92.5%) of PSTs are female. Half are married and half are single in status. Their monthly salary ranged from Php 3,000.00- Php 4,000.00. All of them finished college but lack specialization in early childhood education. Half of them had one to three years teaching experience. Contrary to the above findings, the DCWs belonged to the middle-age group (31-40 years old). Most of them are female and married. More than half of them received Php 1,000.00 Php 2,000.00 monthly honorarium and are college graduates who lack early childhood education units. The rest are college undergraduate, high school graduate and high school undergraduate. More than half have worked as DCW for seven to 15 years and above. Early education teachers used demonstration method and behavioral modeling. Computer assisted instruction was never used. Their training needs were on framing behavioral objectives, lesson planning, teaching methodologies, development of instructional materials, and skills in music, arts and drama. Both PSTs and DCWs have fair level of teaching competency (LTC) and have developing level of teachers professional development (LTPD) along lesson planning, teaching methodologies and development of instructional materials before the training except for framing behavioral objectives among PSTs which was satisfactory and skills in music, arts and drama among DCWs was satisfactory. The LTC of PSTs and DCWs in all teaching competencies was high and have expert level of LTPD after the training except for lesson planning among DCWs which was satisfactory. Significant differences were observed in the level of improvement in all teaching competencies of PSTs and DCWs after the training.
A Hospital Based Cross Sectional Study on Prevalence of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) in Under Five Children of Lucknow District published in

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Dr. Dinesh Chandra Pandey, Dr. Jaigam Abbas, Dr. Anand Kr Agrawal Background: Childhood ARI/pneumonia is a significant public health problem in India, although robust epidemiological data is not available on its incidence. On an average, children below 5 years of age suffer about 5 episodes of ARI per child per year, thus accounting for about 238 million attacks and about 13 million deaths every year in the world. Identification of modifiable risk factors of ARI may help in reducing the burden of disease. Objectives: To study the social demographic factors and prevalence of ARI in under five children living in urban and rural areas of Lucknow district. Material and Methods: It was a cross sectional study covering 300 under-five children living in urban and rural area of Lucknow district from December 2014 to May 2015(6months). Results: Prevalence of ARI was found to be 46.67%. Out of 300 children 140 had one or more episode of ARI. The sex wise distribution of ARI cases was slightly higher in males with 54.28% males and 45.71% females. It was higher in children with lower socioeconomic status (35.70%), illiterate mother (46.4%), overcrowded conditions (85.71%), inadequate ventilation (82.14%), and use of smoky chullah (71.42%), malnutrition (28.57%) and parental smoking (78.57%). Conclusion: The present study found that low socioeconomic status, maternal illiteracy, poor nutritional status, overcrowding, indoor air pollution and parental smoking behavior were the significant social and demographic risk factors responsible for ARI in under-five children. These observations emphasize the need for research aimed at health system to determine the most appropriate approaches to control acute respiratory infection and thus could be utilized to strengthen the ARI control programme.
ANALYSIS AND BIOTREATMENT OF TEXTILE EFFLUENT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Umamaheswari* And A. M. Padmanaban Economical and bio-friendly approaches are needed to remedy the wastewater from textile and other industries. Present study has adopted bacterial strain capable of decolourizing textile effluent within 12h, 24h and 48hours with the colour removal range of 55.26% to 86.84% respectively . The microbes function in an optimal condition obtained for decolourization of textile effluent pH, temperature and culture was maintained static and agitated conditions. Effective colour removal in textile effluent was achieved in 48 hours.
MOTIVATION AND ETHNICITY IN EFL LEARNING OF INDONESIAN CHINESE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Meyta Mayangsari, Nora Aprilia Being born Chinese in the country where the majority of the people is not certainly provides challenges to assimilate. The history of Chinese ethnicity assimilation in Indonesia has witnessed several contexts highly politically and socially sensitive areas for research mainly due to ethical and empathetical reasons. Moving toward more successful assimilation of Chinese to being Indonesians, the reality is undeniably clear that success seems to be identical with Chinese achievements almost in all walks of life, including the success of Chinese learners in school. This study concerns with English as Foreign Language learning process. The aims of this study are to determine the types of motivation and to know whether being Chinese descendant gives advantage to the students in their EFL learning process. The limitation of the study only allows five students to be interviewed. They represent the most successful learners of English in this focus group. The questionnaire for the interview adopts the AMTB (Gardner, 1985; Clements, Dornyei & Noels, 1994) accompanied by a semi-structured and open-ended interviews. The data triangulation serves to measure the learners’ tendention to be more integratively or instrumentally motivated in their EFL learning process. Furthermore, the information from teachers at AnakPintar English course will be used to clarify the initial interview. It is expected that this research provides more insight to see in a more objective ways why being Chinese is synonymous to wealth and success, more specifically in EFL learning. Keywords: EFL, ethnicity, Chinese, Motivation.
Toxicity and Disruptive Impacts of Novaluron, A Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor, on Development and Metamorphosis of The Olive Leaf Moth Palpita unionalis published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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K. Ghoneim | Kh. Hamadah | A.N. Mansour | A. A. Abo Elsoud The olive leaf moth Palpita unionalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is an economic pest of the commercial olive groves in Egypt and different Mediterranean countries. The present study was conducted aiming to assess the effects of Novaluron, a chitin synthesis inhibitor, on survival, growth, development and metamorphosis of this pest. The newly moulted last instar (6th) larvae had been treated with six concentrations (100.0, 10.0, 1.00, 0.10, 0.01 and 0.001 ppm), via the fresh olive leaves, as food. Different degrees of toxicity were recorded on all developmental stages. LC50 was calculated in 0.97 ppm. The somatic weight gain of larvae was drastically reduced and the larval growth rate was severely regressed, regardless the concentration. The larval duration was generally shortened but the pupal duration was remarkably prolonged, in a dose-dependent manner. The pupation rate was regressed, especially at the higher four concentrations. The metamorphosis program was impaired, since larval-pupal intermediates had been produced at some concentrations. In addition, the pupal morphogenesis was disrupted, since some pupal deformities had been observed at some concentrations. K. Ghoneim | Kh. Hamadah | A.N. Mansour | A. A. Abo Elsoud"Toxicity and Disruptive Impacts of Novaluron, A Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor, on Development and Metamorphosis of The Olive Leaf Moth Palpita unionalis" 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/ijtsrd117.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/117/toxicity-and-disruptive-impacts-of-novaluron-a-chitin-synthesis-inhibitor-on-development-and-metamorphosis-of-the-olive-leaf-moth-palpita-unionalis/k-ghoneim
Sustainable Tourism Development and Hotel Industry in Manali: An Exploratory study published in

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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.
Police reform, reform of the prosecutive authority in Russia the way to eurointegration published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

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

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
KH. RINGSUACHONGAIMOL AND MINOTI PHUKAN Pregnancy and childbirth are important in the stages of life as they are associated with maternal and infant mortality and morbidity. Culture has a profound influence on beliefs and practices of pregnancy and child care. The present study aims at exploring the cultural beliefs of Aimol ethnic women of Manipur regarding pregnancy and child birth practices. Purposive sampling method was used to collect 128 women in the age group of 18 to 40 years. In-depth interview and focus group discussion methods were used to collect the data. Results showed that majority knew the positive impact of antenatal care and delivering at health facilities however, only 77 per cent had minimum recommended antenatal care while 27 per cent had below minimum recommended antenatal care. Majority had home deliveries and institutional deliveries were more for the first child birth than for the subsequent deliveries. A modern health care system was preferred over traditional healer however they also seek health care from traditional healer care called maipa. Rearing of local chicken and drying of smoke fish for post delivery consumption were common practices on the other hand vegetables and pulses foods which are rich in proteins and vitamins were avoided for nearly one to three months due to food taboos
Effect of Non Closure of Peritoneum on Outcome of Caesarean Section - A Prospective Randomised Control Study published in

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Dr. Namita Agarwal, Dr. Brijesh Kumar Agarwal To study the effect of nonclosure of peritoneum at Caesarean Section as compared to peritonization. A prospective randomized controlled trial on women undergoing Caesarean Section was done. They were randomized into nonclosure and closure groups. Various details were noted in the proforma during the intraoperative and postoperative period. Chisquare test was used to compare outcome in two groups. Operating time, pain, time of oral intake, time of ambulation & hospital stay were significantly shorter in nonclosure group (p<0.0001). There was lesser febrile morbidity and wound infection in the non closure group but it was not statistically significant. This study gives us sufficient confidence for non peritonization at Caesarean Section. Our study is comparable to other studies done in this regard.
PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF DICLOFENAC SODIUM CUBOSOMES FOR PERCUTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Yallappamaharaj R. Hundekar*, Dr. J. K. Saboji,S. M. Patil, Dr. B. K. Nanjwade The purpose of this research was to prepare and evaluate a cubosomes of diclofenac sodium, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) by using different ratios of monoglyceride and polymer by top-down technique accompanied by homogenization. Nine formulations of diclofenac sodium cubosomes were prepared by using GMO as lipid emulsifier and Poloxamer 407 (P-407) as polymer in varying concentration and P-407 was also used as permeation enhancer and stabilizer. A number of NSAIDs have been developed for the treatment of generalized muscle and joint pain. Unfortunately these medicaments have major side effects caused by systemic administration. Furthermore, poor aqueous solubility of diclofenac sodium limits its formulation as topical dosage form. Therefore, an improved diclofenac sodium formulation with high degree of permeation could be useful in pain and inflammation. Transdermal delivery of diclofenac sodium alleviates the side effects caused by systemic administration. Transdermal delivery will also allow the drug to be delivered from cubosomes precisely into the body at the specific area of pain and at a controlled release manner due to its less viscosity.
Ergonomic assessment of existing methods of harvesting flowers from the fields published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHARANBIR KAUR AND SHIVANI SHARMA Woman plays a significant and crucial role in agricultural development, livestock production, horticulture and floriculture post harvest operation, agro-social forestry and fisheries etc. as a manager, decision maker and skilled farm worker. Women in agricultural families perform many farm related activities both within and outside the household in most parts of the country. So far, as floriculture is concerned, women participates in almost all activities right from preparatory tillage to harvesting of the flowers. In this study attempt has been made to study the role performed by farm women engaged in floriculture. Punjab ranks high on the horticulture map of the country. The demand for flowers is escalating fast with the rising living standards of people. The cultivation of flowers has turned into commercial venture due to high returns per unit area, generation of employment opportunities and as a viable option for diversification in agriculture. Harvesting of flowers is also one of the tedious activity and plucking of flowers is done mainly with hands. There is intensive involvement of rural women in this activity and further they perform this activity with drudgery prone methods thus putting large demands on their time and energy. Moreover, wrong practices followed while plucking shortens the life of flowers and also such flowers are not acceptable in the market. Therefore, keeping this in view, All India Coordinated Research Project on Home Science, FRM Component of PAU, Ludhiana have done the ergonomic assessment of existing methods of harvesting flowers from the fields being performed by women workers. The parameters for ergonomic assessment were working heart rate, energy expenditure and drudgery scores on five point scale. The results revealed that as no improved technology and methods were used/available for plucking of flowers from the fields this activity was considered as drudgery prone activity by the women workers. All the respondents (30 women) were plucking the flowers with only one hand while other hand was used for holding the polythene bag used for collecting the plucked flowers. It was observed that more time was needed to pluck the flowers as plucking was done with only one hand. Further they found this way of plucking flowers very tedious which also reduces the output of work.
Chairside Fabrication of Immediate Surgical Obturator for a Hemimaxillectomy Patient. published in

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Dr. Rajesh Shetty, Dr. Fahad Mohammad, Dr. Sayed M Killedar, Dr. Jagadish Chandra, Dr. Prathima Shetty Maxillary carcinoma treatment often involves the surgical removal of all or part of the maxilla. This resection is often accompanied by dysfunction and disfigurement affecting the speech, esthetics, deglutition and mastication of the patient. The surgical treatment involves reconstruction of the region of the oral cavity from which the tumour is removed at the same time of the resection. The immediate surgical obturator is a proven treatment option in such situations. This article describes a simple chairside technique to fabricate a surgical obturator which replicates the patient's original teeth and palatal tissue forms using silicone putty index. Replication of the patient's original tooth colour, size and shape in the surgical obturator helps overcome the immense postsurgical psychological trauma the patient undergoes. This maxillofacial prosthesis devoid of occlusal contact helps restore phonetics, esthetics, mastication, better provision for soft diet, minimizes scar contracture and aids in soft tissue support during the healing phase; thereby impacting patients postsurgical quality of life.
MICRODETERMINATION OF ENTECAVIR DRUG IN ITS PHARMACEUTICALS FORMS AND IN BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS USING ANODIC VOLTAMMETRY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*H.M. Elqudaby, H.A.M. Hendawy, M.A. Zayed Entecavir (ETV) drug is oxidized at the glassy carbon electrode. Cyclic voltammetry (CV) showed one well- defined oxidation wave. The anodic peakwas detected at + 1.07V in a Britton- Robinson buffer at pH 8.0. The oxidation process was found to be irreversible and exhibited diffusion controlled process. The mechanism of the oxidation process was discussed depending upon the number of involved electrons. According to the linear relation between the peak current and the concentration in both differential pulse voltammetry (DPV) and square wave voltammetry (SWV) methods; they were used for ETV quantitative determination in raw material, pharmaceutical dosage form and biological fluids. These two voltammetric techniques were used for the determination of ETV in Britton- Robinson buffer; which allows its quantitation over the range of 2.2 to 32.4 M and 1.5 to 44.6 M in supporting electrolyte for DPV and SWV, respectively. The linear response was obtained in the range of 3.9-23.5 and 3.5-27.5 M for spiked urine sample and 4.7- 21.3 and 3.1-28.0M for serum sample using DPV and SWV, respectively. The repeatability and reproducibility of the methods for all media ( supporting electrolyte, urine and serum samples) were detected. The proposed techniques were successfully applied for the assay of the cited drug in tablets without interference from excipients. No electro active interference from endogenous substances was found in the biological fluids.
Determination and Mapping of Activity Levels of 40K in Madloom Region in Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Hussein H. A. Al-Gazali, Ammar M. H. Al-Ayashi Abstract Ninety nine soil samples were collected from Madloom region in Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf. The gamma rays spectral measurements were done for all samples by using Sodium Iodide activated by Thalium NaI(Tl), its dimension 2" 2", from the spectral analysis identified Potassium 40K radionuclide. The activity concentration was calculated for 40K, ranged from 66.531.39 Bq.Kg-1 to 225.322.84 Bq.Kg-1, and the mean value were 1422.16 Bq.Kg-1.
دور المدارس في التربية البيئية ونشر الوعي البيئي لدى طلبة المدارس في محافظة سلفيت من وجهة نظر المعلمين والمعلمات فيها published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. خالد قرواني تهدف هذه الدراسة بشكل رئيس إلى معرفة دور المدارس في التربية البيئية ونشر الوعي البيئي لدى طلبة المدارس في محافظة سلفيت من وجهة نظر المعلمين والمعلمات فيها، ولتحقيق أهداف الدراسة استخدم الباحث المنهج الوصفي التحليلي المتضمن برنامج الرزم الإحصائية للعلوم الاجتماعية (SPSS) للتحقق من صحة فرضيات الدراسة، حيث توصلت الدراسة إلى نتائج من أهمها: 1- يوجد دور كبير للمدارس في التربية البيئية ونشرالوعي البيئي لدى طلبة المدارس في محافظة سلفيت من وجهة نظر المعلمين والمعلمات فيها عند مستوى الدلالة الإحصائية (α≤0.05). 2- يوجد تاثير لمتغير الجنس، على استجابة المعلمين والمعلمات حول دور المدارس في التربية البيئية ونشر الوعي البيئي لدى طلبة مدارس محافظة سلفيت لصالح المعلمات عند مستوى الدلالة الإحصائية (α≤0.05). 3- لا يوجد تأثير للمتغيرات الديموغرافية (العمر، مكان السكن، الحالة الاجتماعية، المؤهل العلمي، سنوات الخدمة) على استجابة المعلمين والمعلمات حول دور المدارس في التربية البيئية ونشر الوعي البيئي لدى طلبة مدارس محافظة سلفيت عند مستوى الدلالة الإحصائية (α≤0.05). 4- لا يوجد تأثير لمتغير المرحلة الدراسية (أساسية دنيا، أساسية عليا، ثانوية) على استجابة المعلمين والمعلمات حول دورالمدارس في التربية ونشرالوعي البيئي لدى طلبة مدارس محافظة سلفيت عند مستوى الدلالة الإحصائية (α≤0.05) وفي ضوء ما توصلت إليه الدراسة من نتائج، فقد أوصى الباحث بضرورة العمل على تفعيل دور المدارس في نشر الوعي البيئي، وادراج مقرر للتربية البيئية لجميع المراحل الدراسية بهدف توعية الطلاب بأهمية البيئة، وإجراء مزيد من الدراسات .
PREVALENCE OF ENTAMOEBA GINGIVALIS AMONG STUDENTS OF COLLAGE OF SCIENCE IN AI-MUSTASYRIA UNIVERSITY, BAGHDAD, IRAQ published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Sabaa T. Mohammed*, Nidaa M. Sulaiman and Sura B. Kamal University of biological Sciences in Baghdad A special questionnaire form was arranged for each individuals including the following information's (sex, smoking habit, brushing and medical status). 50 healthy students were chosen as control group The samples were taken and examined by wet mount smear and Giemsa staining for diagnosis of Entamoeba gingivalis It was found that the rate of Entamoeba gingivalis in males was 23(46%), and in female 15(30%), there was significant relationship between the rate of infection and smoking, The highest rate was found in smoker students 20(52.6%) than non-smoker 13(20.9%). The rate of parasite infections was higher among nonbrushing students 12(32.4%) than brushing 8(12.6%), also in healthy students (control) the rate of infection only 2(8%) present in male only.
Prevalence of hypertension among boys (6-18 years) belonging to Tripuri tribal of Tripura published in

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Sandeep Roy Sarkar,Samir Kumar Sil The present study was undertaken to evaluate the prevalence of sustained hypertension and prehypertension and to determine the relationship between body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC) and blood pressure among rural Tripuri tribal boys of Tripura. This cross-sectional study was performed involving 458 healthy boys aged 6 to 18 years from rural areas of Mohanpur and Jampuijala sub-divisions of West Tripura district, Tripura. Systolic and diastolic blood pressure was measured by auscultatory method using a mercury sphygmomanometer and stethoscope. Prevalence of overweight was observed 1.53% by using BMI as indicator. No trend of obesity was recorded. Systolic blood pressure and Diastolic blood pressure was progressively accelerated as the age advances with few fluctuations. The prevalence of prehypertension and hypertension combining all ages was found to be 9.39% and 2.62% respectively among rural Tripuri tribal boys. Positive correlations were observed between blood pressure, BMI and waist circumference.
Cross Pose Facial Recognition Method for Tracking any Person's Location an Approach published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sanjay D. Sawaitul In todays world, there are number of existing methods for facial recognition. These methods are based on frontal view face data. There are few methods which are based on non-frontal view face recognition method. In most of the face recognition algorithm, œFeature space approach is used. In this approach, different feature vectors are extracted from face. These distances are compared to determine matches. In this paper, it is proposed that how any person can be located in a campus or in a city using a cross pose face recognition method. This paper is focusing on three parts 1) generation of multi-view images 2) comparison of images 3) showing the actual location of a person. Sanjay D. Sawaitul"Cross Pose Facial Recognition Method for Tracking any Persons Location an Approach" 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/ijtsrd7186.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-processing/7186/cross-pose-facial-recognition-method-for--tracking-any-persons-location-an-approach/sanjay-d-sawaitul
KIMMELSTIEL-WILSON SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT. published in

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Dr. Reeta Dhar, Dr. Ujwala Maheshwari, Dr. Shilpi Sahu, Dr. Abhinav Walia We present a rare case of Kimmelstiel Wilson syndrome initially presenting with swelling in the lower extremities since 6 months. Based on the findings of edema, high grade proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, and lipiduria, nephrotic syndrome is suspected. A 24-hour urine collection confirms nephrotic proteinuria (5.25 g of protein). A renal biopsy was performed. Histopathological examination of the biopsy tissue showed mesangial nodules (ie, Kimmelstiel-Wilson nodules), diffuse thickening of capillary loops, and glomerulosclerosis.
CHANGING DYNAMICS OF INDO-BHUTAN RELATIONS published in

Indian Journal of Society and Politics

Published by Dr Dharmendra Pratap Srivastava on behalf of Winsome India Educational Trust
MIHIR DEY Bhutan is a landlocked Himalayan Kingdom in the eastern part of South Asia. The People’s Republic of China is on its north and the country is surrounded by India on its south east and west. In the early 20th century, Bhutan came into contact with the British rulers in India. After India’s de-colonization, Bhutan retained strong bilateral relations with India. The country started shifting from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy through its elections in 2008.As the process of democratization takes root in Bhutan it has started to change Indo centric foreign policy. Existence of domestic pressure compelled Bhutan to establish limited economic ties with China. And in the recent Doklam Crisis Bhutan played a role of sovereign state and request both India and China withdraw army and bring back normalcy in the region.
Synthesis and Characterization of Magnesium ferrite nanoparticles by Co-precipitation method published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
J. Balavijayalakshmi 1*, Greeshma 2. Magnesium ferrite nanoparticles are successfully prepared by co-precipitation method. Magnesium chloride [MgCl2. 6H2O], anhydrous Ferric chloride [FeCl3] and sodium hydroxide are used as raw materials. Magnesium ferrite samples sintered at 130 C and 600 C are subjected to X-ray diffraction to calculate the average nano-crystalline size using Debye Scherrer formula. The FT-IR spectra of the sample are recorded to ensure the presence of the metallic compounds. The morphological analysis of the sample is done using Scanning electron microscope (SEM).
Seasonal Variation of Physicochemical Parameters of Selected Floodplain Wetlands of West Bengal published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Golam Ziauddin, S. K. Chakraborty, A. K. Jaiswar and Utpal Bhaumik1 The meandering nature of the river Ganga in its lower course in West Bengal has given rise to a large number of floodplain wetlands, mostly open-type of ox-bow lakes, mainly in the districts of Burdwan, Nadia and North 24 Parganas. Floodplain wetlands are considered among the most productive ecosystems and play a very important role in socio-economic condition of the region as they are used for commercial fishery. Realizing the importance of such wetlands and paucity of literature on the physicochemical characteristics of this ecosystem, investigations were carried out in Kole beel, an ox-bow lake formed near Somra bazar in Hooghly district, during the period 2011-2012. An investigation was carried out in two floodplain wetlands with open (Kole) and closed (Suguna) system. Seasonal fluctuations in water column were conspicuous and mostly dependent on the replenishment resources and volume. Studies were undertaken to assess the general physico-chemical condition of water during this period. The lake is infested with dense growth of aquatic vegetation belonging to the submerged, floating and emergent types, providing diverse habitats for different faunal communities. It is alkaline in nature with the pH varying between 7.5-8.4. The dissolved oxygen content and Secchi Disc transparency values reflect the pristine condition of the water. The water was moderately hard and the nutrients were present only in trace amounts.
STRUCTURAL STABILITY AND ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF YCu DUCTILE INTERMETALLIC COMPOUND BY FIRST-PRINCIPAL CALCULATION published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Malarvizhi A* and 2Sivagami Srinivasan Assessment of the body weight and survival time in DLA induced mice treated with methanolic extract of roots of Coleus forskohlii showed a reduction in body weight by 24.4 percent, compared to DLA control mice and a significant increase in life span to 22.5 percent. The chloroform fraction of the methanolic extract inhibited the cell proliferation of DLA cell lines with IC50 of 13.5?g/ml. In MTT assay the percentage cell viability of DLA cells against the Coleus forskohlii extract showed that the percentage of viable cells is reduced to 49.21% at 5 ?g concentration and is further reduced as the concentration of the extract increases and the percentage of viable DLA cells is only 13.54% at 40 ?g concentrations, indicating the toxicity of the extract towards the DLA cells.
Dual Mode Linguistic Hedge Fuzzy Logic Contoller for an Isolated Biomass Based Diesel Wind Hybrid Power System with Battery Energy Storage Unit published in

The journal of CPRI

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

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. SAWARKAR, S. YUMNAM, S.MUKHERJEE AND K. K. SARKAR Sixty genotypes of Corchorus olitorius were evaluated in rainfed as well as irrigated condition in field and pot culture to assess genetic variability, interrelationship between seedling characters and their direct and indirect effect on fibre yield. The seedling characters like root length, root volume, shoot length, root fresh weight, root dry weight, shoot fresh weight, shoot dry weight, leaf fresh weight and leaf dry weight showed significant positive correlation with one another and with fibre yield in field and pot under rainfed condition.While, in irrigated condition except shoot length, shoot fresh weight and shoot dry weight, rest of the characters revealed significant positively correlated with fibre yield. The root as well as shoot length in both the conditions in field and pot showed high heritability accompanied by high genetic advance indicating preponderance of additive gene action in controlling these characters and as a result these characters may be selected directly for improvement. In rainfed condition, shoot dry weight scored highest positive direct effect on fibre yield and it was followed by leaf fresh weight, root length, shoot length and root dry weight under pot culture whilein field,it was root fresh weight followed by shoot fresh weight, root volume, shoot length and leaf fresh weight. These characters could be use directly and effectively for the further improvement of fibre yield in moisture stress environment through evaluating stress tolerant lines.
GENETIC AND HISTOLOGICAL STUDIES ON EFFECT OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL THERAPY ON EXPERIMENTAL RENAL INJURY INDUCED BY CISPLATIN IN MALE ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Rokaya H.Shalaby1, Laila A.Rashed2, Alaa E.Ismail3, Naglaa K.Madkour1 and Sherien H.Elwakeel1 Acute kidney injury (AKI) represents a major clinical problem with high mortality and limited treatment protocols. This study was planned to evaluate the therapeutic effectiveness of bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSCs) in a rat model of cisplatininduced AKI. The aim of the present investigation is to determine whether mesenchymal stem cells can restore renal tubular structure and ameliorate cisplatin-induced clastogenesis in the bone marrow cells of rat. The scoring of chromosomal aberrations was undertaken in the current study as markers of clastogenicity. The Study was carried on 36 male white albino rats, of average weight 120-150 gm. The animals were divided into six groups, Group one: - Served as control and received normal saline throughout the experiments. Group two (model control) received a single dose of cisplatin (5 mg/kg interapritoneally) after 5 days. Group three, four, five and six: - Male albino rats with induced ARF received single interapritoneal injection of PKH26 labeled BM-MSCs immediately after induction of renal failure at different time intervals. Serological measurements included serum urea and creatinine, bone marrow preparation for chromosome aberrations were carried out and kidney specimens were processed for H&E. MSCs-treated group exhibited protection against renal injury serologically and histologically. The main result obtained in the present study revealed that cisplatin when given at a single dose of 5 mg/kg cause high incidences of the percentage of total chromosomal aberrations 62.33% and abnormal metaphases in the bone marrow cells of rat. This percentage was reduced nearly to 17.33% after injection with mesenchymal stem cells for 30 days, the reduction was highly significant (P<0.001) when compared with the control and model control groups. Results of the present study suggest a potential reno-protective capacity of MSCs which could be of considerable therapeutic promise for cell-based management of clinical AKI.
A study on the analysis of the weavers cooperative societies in twelve selected districts of Assam. published in

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Rickey Rani Boruah, Satvinder Kaur Handloom sector is a major non-farm employer in the country. About 16 million weavers depend on this sector in the country. In the present paper an attempt has been made to analyse the weavers cooperative societies in twelve selected districts of Assam. The study is based on a sample of 120 weavers cooperative societies. To find out the profile, production, marketing and financial management of weavers cooperative societys primary and secondary data has also been collected. The study reveals that central and state governments have evolved many schemes to uplift the economic condition by providing incentives in the form of grants and loans to impart training on new designs, modernization of looms etc. But Weavers cooperative societies are continued to be in the grip of problems. Therefore the purpose of this paper is to familiarize with the current status of handloom Weavers Cooperative Societies.
Neurohistological effects of gentamycin on the Pons of Adult Albino Rat published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S M Dawar Husain Getamicin, an aminoglycosidic antibiotic and it is toxic to various parts of the human body. It is ototoxic, nephrotoxic and it causes neuromuscular blockade as well. A total of twenty albino rats (10 males and 10 females) were used in the present study, and they were equally divided into control and experimental groups. Experimental group rats received gentamicin intramuscularly for 21 days. Control group rats received normal saline. Then rats of both the groups were anaesthetized with ether and perfused with 10% formalin. 10 thick sections of pon were stained with Glees Silver stain. Observation under light microscope revealed degenerative changes.
Emerging Dimension in Management (Finance) - Corporate Debt Refinancing published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
A. Hema and Dr.G. Manokaran Corporate Debt Refinancing (CDR) is a new and emerging concept in finance. The article help to learn more about debt refinancing, the survey made with European markets from Borrower and Lender on growth of debt for 3 years (2011 to 2013). Due to competitive environment, the firm undergo refinancing or restructuring of existing policy. The reason for refinancing is reduction of interest rates or the extension of the loan's terms. A study made in this paper to know more about debt refinancing a case issue with Essar Groups and Suzlon Energy Company. To maintain a corporate financial health and credit rating improvement create interest rate lower. Most of the Indian corporate decided to undergo the concept of refinancing makes a rupee loans with cheaper dollar credit. This paper discusses the risk element and crises in the financing market. A study reveals the how Essar group company refinancing of overseas loan for their survival in global market and Suzlon recast their debt for further operation. However, Refinancing debt is a difficult and expensive process, particularly for corporation. Debt Refinancing is a supportive element for a cash flow and firm need a sound asset management to implement this concept.
Experimental studies of Azo Schiff Base Chelates and their Corrosion Inhibition Behavior published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
M. M. El-ajaily*, F. I. Abdullah**, M. S. Suliman** & R. A. Akasha** ABSTRACT: Four new Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Fe(III) chelates with synthesized azo Schiff base ligand (ASB) derived from Schiff base [salicylaldehyde and 2-aminothiophenol] with aniline were synthesized and characterized on the basis of various physicochemical methods including; CHNS elemental analyses, molar conductivity, magnetic moment measurements, infrared, electronic, mass and proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectra. The used techniques showed the formation of 1:1[M:L] ratio and confirm the geometrical structures of the azo Schiff base and its chelates. A square planar geometry was established for Ni(II) and Cu(II) chelates and octahedral structure for Co(II) and Fe(III) chelates. The corrosion inhibition of mild steel in 0.5M HCl using azo Schiff base as inhibitor has been studied at 30 0C. High inhibition efficiency (> 90 %) of azo Schiff base for acidic corrosion of steel was determined at its low concentration (310-4 M) by weight loss measurements. Keywords: Experimental studies, azo Schiff base, Chelates, Corrosion Inhibition, Spectral techniques.
Medicine and its Epistemological shift of body of Knowledge: Critical View from Socio-Philosophical Perspectives published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Joydeb Patra The medicine represents a specific type of knowledge about the human body that is applied to either care for or cure of the recipient of medical attention . The nature of medicine is certainly an achieve importance facing twenty-first century by socio-philosophers of medicine. One reason for its importance is that the question addresses the vital topic of Body of Knowledge and how physicians should practice medicine. During the turn of the twenty-first century, clinicians and other medical pundits have begun to accept evidence-based medicine, or EBM to Laboratory Medicine , as the best way to practice medicine. Proponents of EBM claim that physicians should engage in medical practices based on the best scientific and clinical evidence available, especially from randomized controlled clinical trials, systematic observations, and meta-analyses of that evidence, rather than on patho-physiology or an individual physicians clinical experience. Proponents also claim that EBM represents a paradigmatic shift away from traditional medicine. One specific objection is that application of evidence from population based clinical trials to the individual patient within the clinic is not as easy to accomplish as EBM proponents realize. In response, some clinicians propose patient-centered medicine (PCM). Patient-centered advocates include the patients personal information in order to apply the best available scientific and clinical evidence in treatment. The focus then shifts from the patiences disease to the patiences illness experience. The key for the practice of patient-centered medicine is a physicians effective communication with the patient. While some commentators present EBM and PCM as competitors, others propose a combination or integration of the two medicines. The debate between advocates of EBM and PCM is reminiscent of an earlier debate between the science and art of medicine and belies a deep anxiety over the nature of medicine. Certainly, philosophers of medicine can play a strategic role in the debate and assist towards its satisfactory resolution. Joydeb Patra"Medicine and its Epistemological shift of body of Knowledge: Critical View from Socio-Philosophical Perspectives" 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/ijtsrd14442.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/other/14442/medicine-and-its-epistemological-shift-of-body-of-knowledge-critical-view-from-socio-philosophical-perspectives/joydeb-patra
Comparison Study between Antibiogram and Quorum-Sensing (Qs ) Gene Clusters Analysisl for Staphylococcus Aureus published in

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Shaymaa Khudhr AlAlak Thirty-eights S. aureus isolates gathered from different hospitals and isolated from various specimens. All isolates under study design and distributed to three groups depending on the type of multidrug resistance as well as dendrogram based on antimicrobial drug sensitivity pattern of 38 non- repetitive staphylococcal isolates and the accessions are clearly divided into two major clusters, A and B. As to the susceptibility to antibiotics, there was no significant variability between test repetitions. The agr specificity group was determined by a PCR method analysis of agr gene polymorphism by specific primers allowed assigning our strains in 1 of 4 major specific agr groups, most of our isolates belonged to agr group I (32%), followed by agr group II (47%), agr group III (16%), and agr group IV (5%). To considering the possible relation between the agr group and the antibiotic resistance in S. aureus isolates, the study showed that isolates with a resistance group A ( table 3)table.4) , the dominant genes from (4 isolates agrII) and One isolate each group agrI and agrIII, But not contain agrIV genes. group B the dominant genes from (5 isolates agrII) and ( 5 isolates agrI) gene and (2 isolates agrIII, 2 isolates agrIV) .the high resistance group C the dominant genes from (9 isolates agrII) and (6 isolates agrI ) ,(3 isolates agrIII) But not contain agrIV genes.
In the Shadow of the Crowd: A comment on "Valves Way" published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Carliss Y. Baldwin There are many ways to exercise authority. Perrow (1986), in his review of March and Simons Organizations (1958), offers a threefold classification of the ways authority can be exercised in organizations: (1) direct, fully obtrusive controls such as giving orders and direct monitoring; (2) bureaucratic controls such as defined specializations, roles, and hierarchy; and (3) control of the cognitive premises underlying action. Valve ostentatiously makes little use of direct authority. It downplays bureaucracy, although in fact many bureaucratic controls are in place. Instead, the legal authority vested in the owners of the company (especially the majority shareholder, Gabe Newell) is used quite extensively to set the premises of action and thus unobtrusively channel employees efforts and communication patterns into a highly productive configuration. The sustained high profits of the company, and its ability to attract and retain talented software developers, are testimony to the success of this organizational model. At the same time, contextual variables in particular Valves identity as a video game creator and the fact of a single majority shareholder are also critical factors contributing to its success. As a result, even within the software industry, the range of companies for which this organizational model is appropriate is quite limited.
SUSTAINABLE USE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS TO CONTROL MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA-A STRATEGY TO FIGHT ROOT KNOT DISEASE OF CROPS IN RAJASTHAN, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Trivedi Lily, Datta Soumana* and Trivedi P.C. Medicinal plants acts as a source of drugs for rural areas in Rajasthan and the local healers use them for disease cure and prevention in humans, plants and livestock. Local communities and tribes play a great role in conserving medicinal plants since generations. Variable temperature and rainfall patterns often cause pathogens to thrive in various climatic regimes. Soil nematodes like the root knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, found in arid and semi arid soils of Rajasthan in India, attack roots and cause great loss to crops and other plants of economic value. Farmers use indigenous methods as well as chemical means to control various plant pathogens. In the present study plant leaves of trees and shrubs growing abundantly in Rajasthan, were evaluated in vitro in the form of aqueous extract and in vivo as dry leaf powder against nematode M. incognita. The inhibition of egg hatching of M. incognita by different plant leaf extracts in decreasing order was as follows: Aegle marmelos >Prosopis cineraria >Nerium oleander > Clerodendron aculeatum > Bougainvillea spectabilis> Lantana camara > Withania somnifera >Thevetia peruviana > Cassia fistula > Nemacon > Vircon > Control at both lower and higher concentrations and was nemostatic in nature. Minimum gall formation was observed in Aegle marmelos and Prosopis cinerarea treated plants. Use of Aegle marmelos and Prosopis cinerarea (both as aqueous extracts and dry powder) is recommended for the management of root knot disease both in vitro and in vivo. Sustained ecofriendly strategies like use of leaf powders can help farmers in controlling root knot diseases in plants as well as retaining soil nutrition and health and should therefore be encouraged.
Mangroves of Indian Sunderbans Depleting Alarmingly Over the Past Few Decades published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Sayantani Nath (Bhadra) Indian Sundarbans is tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. It is intersected by a complex network of tidal waterways, mudflats, and small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests. A variety of habitats have developed to accommodate the wildlife, including beaches, estuaries, permanent and semi-permanent swamps, tidal flats, tidal creeks, coastal dunes, back dunes and levees (Shapiro and Ari 2016). Besides a high number of mangrove tree species, additional plant species can be found here. The forest cover of the study area also provide a vital buffer against cyclones that are common in that part of the world and has been called "a natural safeguard for people (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 2017). The lives of the study area residents are frequently affected by human-animal conflicts; a few tiger and crocodile attacks every year are common. Because of issues such as deaths and injuries due to human-animal conflict, over-fishing and deforestation, the state imposed several restrictions on livelihood strategies. The state forest department have tried to reduce the local peoples dependency on the forest for their livelihood by taking several management practices on infrastructure development projects such as building roads and jetties, excavating irrigation channels and ponds, providing solar lamps and establishing a few medical facilities (Ghosh and Priyanka 2015). Studies have shown that majority of population understand and support the conservation of mangroves and it ecosystems. However, perceived socio-demographic factors such as severe poverty, lack of political commitment, and absence of community level institutions are often barriers to the successful implementation of conservation policies (Das and Mandal 2016). Dr. Sayantani Nath (Bhadra)"Mangroves of Indian Sunderbans Depleting Alarmingly Over the Past Few Decades" 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/ijtsrd14464.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/environmental-science/14464/mangroves-of-indian-sunderbans-depleting-alarmingly-over-the-past-few-decades/dr-sayantani-nath-bhadra
Participant Observation: in The Context of Indian Classroom published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Parul The purpose of this paper is to understand the participant observation skill. In spite of deep interest among social scientists in participant-observation field methods there is little published work on how to develop an insight to understand these methods. In this paper the author used this method to gather information regarding the classroom interaction between the teacher and the students. I have attempted to examine some of the aspects which appear to be inherent in using the human instrument for gathering interpersonal data in spite of that it is one of the most powerful and effective way in which we try to understand our fellow being. Though I have limited my analysis to participant observation on a classroom interaction between teacher and the student, but I believe that it has broader application. The core paper assesses participant observation for unique features, applications and to inspire social scientists to work upon to refine and sensitize the human instrument to insure greater validity of the data gathered.
From the laboratory to the industry: enzymatic production and applications of shortchain fructooligosaccharides (fos). Recent advances and current perspectives published in

Revista Bionatura

Published by Centro Ecuatoriano de Biotecnologa y Ambiente, Clinical biotec
LE. Trujillo, VE. Marcillo, R. Avalos, LK. Ponce, T. Ramos The production of high yields of oligosaccharides of specific chain length from simple raw materials such as inulin and sucrose is a technical challenge so, the industrial production of short-chain fructooligosaccharides (FOS) is attracting the attention of researchers and business man due to the pharmaceutical importance of these compounds. FOS produced by the action of specific enzymes so called fructosyltransferases are 1-kestose (GF2), nystose (GF3) and fructofuranosyl nystose (GF4). GF3 and GF4 are prebiotics with biofunctional properties and hence health benefits if consumed in recommended dosages. This paper discuss recent research trends in the production and application of short-chain oligosaccharides and propose some process design to obtain these products industrially; also health benefits associated with prebiotics consumption are discussed.
STUDIES ON THE CONTROL OF MOSQUITO, AEDES AEGYPTI (CULICIDAE : DIPTERA) USING THE CHLOROFORM LEAF EXTRACT OF MURRAYA KOENIGII AS A BIOCIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
C.R Hima*, M.Manimegalai In recent years much interest has been evinced in the use of plant products as insecticides to control vector as pests, in view of the environmental and health hazards by synthetic organic insecticides. In the present study, Murraya koenigii plant extract was prepared using the solvent chloroform. The plant extract was tested against the various developmental stages of mosquito, Aedes aegypti.The level of the toxicity of Murraya koenigii was expressed in terms of LC50/24 hours values. The LC50 values of chloroform leaf extract for I, II, III & IV instar larvae of Aedes aegypti were 1.263%, 1.871%, 2.446% and 3.168% respectively. In the present study the preliminary phytochemical analysis showed the presence of flavanoids, alkaloids, glycosides, saponins and steroids in the chloroform leaf extract of Murraya koenigii. The morphogenetic abnormalities are commonly caused by botanical extracts and the disturbance from the growth regulating hormones. It is therefore suggested that Murraya koenigii. derivatives are considered for vector control operations besides their use in other fields after exploring field trails.
Survey of Management of Children with Cleft Lip and Palate in Teaching and Specialist Hospitals in Chhattisgarh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Shweta Singh, Dr. Harshvardhan Singh, Dr. Supriya Mishra, Dr. Pratibha Agrawal Objective: A survey was conducted to obtain an overall view of the current management of children with cleft lip and/or palate in Chhattisgarh. Method: Questionnaires were sent to 59 identified cleft surgeons in all teaching and specialist hospitals (private and government) in Chhattisgarh. Results: A total of 54 respondents returned completed questionnaires. The findings are as follows: (1) a majority of the surgeons (66.6%) are low-volume operators, undertaking 10 or fewer new cleft repairs annually; (2) (90.74%)of the surgeons repair cleft lip at 3 to 4 months of age, and the most common (68.51%) unilateral cleft lip repair method is the rotation advancement technique; (3) 46.29% of the surgeons use straight line repair for bilateral cleft lip; (4) a majority (77.8%) of the respondents close the soft and hard palates as a single procedure; (46.29%) of respondents use the von Langenbeck technique, 22.22% use the double-opposing Z-plasty and 24.07%, the palatal pushback; (5) in the management of protruding premaxilla, 53.70%) of the respondents choose adhesive tape; (6) procedures such as alveolar bone grafting, rhinoplasty, and surgical treatment for velopharyngeal incompetence are rarely done as part of cleft management; and (7) the interdisciplinary team approach is practiced by 7% of respondents. Conclusions: This study will provide preliminary information needed for the eventual establishment of standard cleft management for children with cleft lip and palate deformity and the current organization of cleft services in Chhattisgarh.
A Descriptive Research on the Contributing Factors in Mutual Fund Investment Across India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Dipa Mitra Present study aims to identify the most significant factors in mutual fund investment across India. In this regard a descriptive research is performed to find out the most contributing factors in determining the motivation level of the prospective investors regarding their investment in mutual fund and to investigate their influencing level for the same. Reliability Test has been done checking internal consistency of data, Principal Component Analysis is used to identify major factors, Confirmatory Factor Analysis is applied to frame a model hypothesised on the factors to check the goodness of fit of the model, Regression Analysis is executed to investigate their influence level and to frame an equation on the basis of the same. Lastly different scenario and causal analysis have been depicted with the help of Bayesian Probabilistic Network to establish an overall framework for mutual fund investment strategy implementation. Dr. Dipa Mitra"A Descriptive Research on the Contributing Factors in Mutual Fund Investment Across India" 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/ijtsrd9532.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/research-method/9532/a-descriptive-research-on-the-contributing-factors-in-mutual-fund-investment-across-india/dr-dipa-mitra
NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF STRESS GENERATED IN HIGH PRESSURE HEAT EXCHANGER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sandeep S. Samane * , Sudhakar S . Umale Heat Exchangers are used to transfer heat effectively from one medium to another medium. There are several aspects to study the performance of heat exchanger. This paper is concerned with thermo - mechanical issues i.e. thermal expansion due to high temperature and high pressure conditions of U - tube heat exchanger. Tubesheet is very complex part of heat exchanger which expands at high temperature. Due to high temperature difference between shell side and channel side fluids thermal stress are generated in the tubesheet which effects on the performance of the heat exchanger. 3 D FEA model wa s modeled in ANSYS ® to study the thermo - mechanical effect on heat exchanger. Mesh sensitivity analysis was performed to obtain precise results and optimum mesh size. Static structural stress analysis was performed under for two conditions , at first only mechanical loading was studied and secondly mechanical and thermal loading effects were studied. In steady state condition, tubesheet thickness was optimized using 3D parametric model in FEA. The results o f the elastic stress analysis were eval uated as per ASME Section VII DIV - 2 code limits. It is found that with the optimization design, the tube shee t thickness could be reduced by 20 - 25 % without affecting the safety of the heat exchanger within the allowable limits.
STUDIES ON FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND IN VITRO EVALUATION OF CELECOXIB MATRIX TABLET CONTAINING AMYLOSE AND PECTIN AS NATURAL POLYSACCHARIDES FOR COLON SPECIFIC DRUG DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Arulraj P1,2, Gopal V1,2, Jeyabalan G1,2, Kandasamy C S1,2, Sam Johnson Udaya Chander J2, Venkatanarayanan R2 The main objective of the study is to design, develop and to assess the in vitro evaluation of Celecoxib matrix tablet prepared with natural polysaccharide such as Amylose(C) and Pectin(D) with the concentration of 20%, 30% and 40%. The effect of combination of drug candidate with different polysaccharide will reveal the suitable, optimized 200mg matrix tablet for targeting to colon. The combination of the Celecoxib matrix tablets with different polysaccharides were designed and studied for in vitro drug release. The release profile was carried out in Simulated Gastric Fluid(SGF), Simulated Intestinal Fluid(SIF), Simulated Colonic Fluid(SCF).The in vitro release profile of Celecoxib matrix tablet with Guargum, Cyclodextrin, Amylose and Pectin was found to be (CF2)88.4%, (DF2)90.3% respectively.
A Reiew on Different Configurations and Control Strategies for PMSG based WECS published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Anita | Satish Kumar The increasing trends in wind energy technology are motivating the researchers to work in this area with the aim towards the optimization of the energy extraction from the wind and the injection of the quality power into the grid. Over the last few years, wind generators based on permanent magnet synchronous generators (PMSGs) are becoming the more popular solution for the modern wind energy conversion systems (WECSs). This paper presents a critical review of the grid-integrated WECSs employing permanent magnet synchronous generators (PMSGs). It reviews the trends in different configurations, converter topologies, control methodologies, and methods for maximum energy extraction in PMSG based WECSs, which have been reported in various research literatures primarily in reputed research journals and transactions during last few years Anita | Satish Kumar"A Reiew on Different Configurations and Control Strategies for PMSG based WECS" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2220.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/2220/a-reiew-on-different-configurations-and-control-strategies-for-pmsg-based-wecs/anita
A Study of Motivation Factors of Olympian Medalist Indian Wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Naveen Kumar The paper is an attempt to have an insight into the contributions of Olympian medalist Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt and finds out motivation factors. To attain the objectives of the study, a sample of 24 coaches and 200 sportspersons; the investigator has adopted the direct interview method and opinion rating questionnaires consist on Yogeshwar Dutt contribution towards sport. The investigators found that Majority of coaches and sportspersons believed that he takes time out for others because he is a very helpful and co-operative, and he is a source of support and strength for others because he is an inspiration and enragement for players.
Study of the Prevalence of Intestinal Parasitic Infection in Children of Ghaziabad. published in

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Dr. Muzaffari Yasmeen, Shalini Singh Introduction : Intestinal parasite still constitutes one of the major causes of Public health problems in the world .It is estimated to affect around 3.5 billion people globally & 450 million are ill as a result of these infections the majority being children. Recent estimates suggest that Ascaris lumbricoides can infect over a billion. Material And Methods: This observational study was done between January 2014 to December 2014. Stool samples were collected to examination and the findings were recorded and documented. Result :A total 100 patients were observed, 34 samples were positive (23 males and 11 females). The cyst positive rate of intestinal protozoal infestation was 10%, while the egg positive rate of intestinal helminthic infestation was 21%, and 3% had mixed infestations. CONCLUSION:We concluded here that the Ascaris lumbricoides (29.41%) was the predominant intestinal parasites. Sustainable health, especially for children, is not possible without good environmental sanitation.
Synthesis of Cobalt Doped Polyaniline (PANI) and Its Characterization published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ankit Gupta, Dr. Mahendra Kumar This paper deals with synthesis & characterization of Cobalt doped Polyaniline. This Cobalt doped Polyaniline were characterized by UVVisible (UV-Vis-NIR V670JASCO), FTIR spectroscopy and XRD analysis techniques and the various results obtained have been explained. Due to the advantages of material abundance and synthetic simplicity, polyaniline can be used as a high capacity cathode material. However, its practical application in battery has been hindered by poor electrochemical utilization and cycling instability.
Effect of Credit Rating on Cash Holding and Earning Momentum of Indian Companies published in

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Dr. Manminder Singh Saluja Ms. Anjali Drolia The paper examines the influence of credit rating given to a firm on their cash holding and earning mamentum. The study was done using a random sample of 30 Indian companies from a group of top 200 listed companies on BSE. Using the regression model it was found that credit rating do had a positive and significant impact on both cash holding and earning momentum of a firm. It was observed that companies were pretty much conv
THE S H E LL OF CLAM AS POTEN T IAL CATALYST RESOURCE FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Wayan Sutapa, Rosmawaty, Tanty Diana Dady Production of b i od iesel by c a ta l ys t f r o m calm sh ell w ith m e t h a n o l and waste c oo k i n g o il as oil resources w a s c arr ied o u t. B i od iesel w a s pr e p a r e d in t w o stages t h at are este r i f ic a ti o n a n d tra n s este r f i c ati o n . A t stage e s te r i f ica t i o n us ed H 2 SO 4 as a c a t al ys t w i t h mole r atio w aste c oo k i n g o il a n d m e t h a n o l w e r e 1 : 9 . W h ile at p h ase tr a ns e s te r i f i k ci o n u s ed C aO f r o m calm s h ell P s a mm o t a ea el on g a ta as a c a ta l ys t w i t h m o l e r atio w a s te c oo k i n g o il a n d m e t h a n o l w e r e 1 : 12 . Ca O f r o m calm s h ell c at a l ys t w as produced b y c a l c i n ati o n process o n 110 0 o C. R e s u lt o f b i od iesel is 53 . 1 5 % by 1 H - NM R calculation a n d e x p e r i m e n tal method is 38 . 84 %.
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERISATION OF N- ALKYL-2- THIOUREIDO BENZO[d]OXAZOLE-5- CARBOXAMIDES AS ANTIINFLAMMATORY AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Parvati. S, *Arunadevi Parlapalli, Manasa. Cidda, Sarangapani Manda A series of N- alkyl-2-thioureido benzo[d]oxazole-5- carboxamides derivatives were synthesized, characterized by spectral data and were evaluated for anti-inflammatory activity by carragenean induced rat paw odema method at the concentration of 0.1 M and the results were compared with standard Indomethacin at concentration of 0.1M. Among the synthesized compounds,compound VIa (R=methyl), VIe (R=isopropyl) and VIf (R=diisopropyl) were found to be potent.
The Manifestation of Quranic Language in the Versification of Saib Tabrizi جلوه‌ی زبان قرآنی در سروده‌های صائب تبریزی published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Ahmad Noor Vahidi دكتر احمدنور وحيدی During the history of Persian Literature and Poetry, few poets have not used the endless ocean of religious and Quranic knowledge and concepts in their poems. Because most of the poets were familiar with Quran, Tradition, and the Household, they have enjoyed these concepts in their poems in different ways. Saib Tabrizi was one of these poets who were under the influence of Quran's language in his poems, so he used ethical and Quranic concepts in various manners within the contents of his poems. These concepts include Monotheism, Theology, the Heavens, Resurrection, the Stories of Prophets, Ethics, etc. and sometimes, he used allusion and sometimes he brought a verse or a part of a verse within the content of his poems. The aim of this article is to study how Quran has influenced Saib. The method of the research is descriptive analytical and it is library-based. در ؕول تاریخ شعر و ادب فارسی کمتر شاعری را می‌بینیم که از دریای بی‌کران معارف و مفاهیم قرآنی و دینی در اشعار خود بهره نبرده باشد. اکثر شاعران ادب فارسی به دلیل آشنایی با قرآن و سنت و عترت به انحای مختلف ازاین‌گونه مفاهیم در اشعار خود بهره برده‌اند. صائب تبریزی ازجمله این شعرا است که در اشعارش تحت تأثیر زبان قرآن قرارگرفته به شیوه‌های گوناگون مفاهیم قرآنی و اخلاقی را در ضمن اشعار خود آورده است. از توحید و خداشناسی گرفته تا بهشت و دوزخ و قیامت و قصص پیامبران و اخلاقیات و...گاهی اوقات از تلمیح استفاده کرده گاهی آیه‌ای یا قسمتی از آیه را در ضمن اشعار خود می‌آورد. هدف این مقاله بررسی تأثیرپذیری صائب از زبان قرآنی است. شیوه‌ی تحقیق به‌صورت تحلیل و توصیفی و کتابخانه‌ای است.
THE ROLE OF HR ANALYTICS IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Priyanka Singh*1, Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay2 & Dr. Monika Srivastava3 The HR analytics has emerged as a new fad for the management leaders that captured the head line for business world news. This paper tries to figure out the theoretical and conceptual the framework of analytics in higher education intuitions. The objectives of the study are to understand the role of HR analytics for education institution in increasing the organizational effectiveness and efficiency. The research used exploratory research design. Further study came up with categorizing the data analytics of industry it into Academic Analytics, Operational Analytics and special reference is given to HR analytic as its contribution in attaining the business excellence for the organizations.
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.
THE LINES OF INTERACTION BETWEEN CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE STATE IN FORMING THE REGIONAL POLITICAL ELITE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Yury Radachinsky The present report is devoted to advanced topics in formation of regional political elite of Russia. The author makes a cause for involvement representatives of civil society to activities aimed at development the system of requirements (competences) to senior executives of subjects of the Russian Federation as well as technologies of its formation. The author described the key qualification standards for representatives of regional elite who make a part of executive candidate pool, and among these standards knowledge of regional specifics and resources, skill of their potential assessment and use for social and economic development of the region are at the top. The position of independent expert communities in formation standards for representatives of regional elite is determined. The case for taking steps for development qualification of regional elite with the assistance of experts skilled in economy, law, information technology, ecology and etc. are made.
Tragedies in Clinical Trials - A History Wrapped Up published in

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology (IJCPT)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Bansal P1*, Gupta S2, Christopher AF3, Gupta V4 Today foremost emphasis is being given to the protection of patients safety and ethics during the conduct of clinical trials. Serious considerations by regulatory authorities are taken to safeguard the patients right, safety and wellbeing involved in a clinical trial. In addition considerations like International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines, Investigational New Drug (IND) application, New Drug Application (NDA), Post Marketing Surveillance (PMS) and Periodic Benefit-Risk Evaluation Report (PBRER) formerly known as Periodic Safety Update Report (PSUR) submissions to different regulatory authorities has also been framed to strengthen ethics and patients safety. However modern clinical trials have evolved through serious consequences and tragedies like Thalidomide Tragedy, Sulfanilamide Disaster, Clioquinolol Tragedy, etc. associated with high morbidity and mortality. Potential reasons behind these tragedies include unethical clinical practices, inadequate preclinical safety and efficacy data, non-scientific conduct, lack of attentiveness for patient care, misinterpretation of safety data, lack of pharmaco-vigilance, slow withdrawal of drug from market etc. Hence toiling efforts have been made and should be made in investigating lacunas in national as well as international systems that encourage launch of such spurious drugs that needed withdrawals after 10-20 years of public use. This manuscript intends to collect and present data on tragic clinical trials, highlight the tragedies that occurred during the dark era of clinical trials and enumerate various corrective actions taken in response to the lessons learnt during those clinical trials.
Predictive Analytics for High Business Performance through Effective Marketing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Supriya V. Pawar | Gireesh Kumar | Eashan Deshmukh With economic globalization and continuous development of e-commerce, customer relationship management (CRM) has become an important factor in growth of a company.CRM requires huge expenses. One way to profit from your CRM investment and drive better results, is through machine learning. Machine learning helps business to manage, understand and provide services to customers at individual level Both customer segmentation and buyer targeting help the business to increase marketing performances. The objective is to propose a new approach for better customer targeting. Supriya V. Pawar | Gireesh Kumar | Eashan Deshmukh"Predictive Analytics for High Business Performance through Effective Marketing" 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/ijtsrd8385.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/8385/predictive-analytics-for-high-business-performance-through-effective-marketing/supriya-v-pawar
Acute Toxicity and Behavioural Changes in Channa punctatus (Bloch) Exposed to Rogor (An Organophosphorus Pesticide) published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
D. Sarma, J. Das and A. Dutta Rogor is a commonly used pesticide in the agricultural field. The present study was undertaken to evaluate the lethal toxicity of Rogor, an organophosphorus pesticide, in freshwater fish Channa punctatus (Bloch) and relative behavioural changes after exposing for 96 hours. The regression equation calculated as y = 9.551x + 6.173 and the LC50 value calculated for Channa punctatus was at 0.75 mL/L. During exposure, fish showed faster opercular activity, erecting dorsal and ventral fin, huge secretion of mucus from whole body, etc.
Mania As Sequelae of Traumatic Brain Injury- A Case Report published in

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Dr. Asim Musa, Dr. Nisheet Patel, Dr. N. C. Parikh Abstract: The neurobehavioral sequelae of traumatic brain injury consist of a spectrum of neurological (motor, sensory, cognitive) as well as neuropsychiatric manifestations. Objective: We report a case of a 32-year-old female without psychiatric antecedents who developed manic episode after traumatic brain injury (TBI). Methods and results: Findings on neurobehavioral examination, neuropsychological test, electrophysiological and imaging exams suggested the presence of a diffuse cerebral injury with a predominance of right parietal-temporal findings. Conclusions: This case demonstrates that TBI may cause vulnerability to psychiatric disorders, with long latency periods, and that its course may be independent of cognitive impairment and recovery
Overview of Biometric Fingerprint Identification published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Zahra M. Al-Khafaji 1*, Khairiyiah J. Al-Khataua2 Antibiotic resistance represent a very big problem especially those microorganisms exhibit multidrug resistance (MDR) . The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of MDR Staphylococcus haemolyticus isolates among infants which is a striking phenomenon on these days . Among 1560 blood cultures , 67 isolates (4.3%) during 2013 were obtained . Only one isolate was sensitive to all antibiotics (19-21) in use in hospital specialized for infants , the rest (95.7%) were MDR . The highest resistance recorded to Erythromycin as 56 isolates out of 67 (83.6 %) , which appeared to be due to mechanisms other than methylation . Resistance to other antibiotics recorded for Gentamicin and Tetracycline . However , all the isolates were sensitive to Tigecycline , Nitrofurantion , Vancomycin , large number of isolates were sensitive to many of antibiotics in use , which reduces the effect of the problem and gave a chance for antibiotics use on these days .
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONNEL AS PRE-CONDITION OF INCREASE OF LEVEL OF THE LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY 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�
Zlenko Alla The article deals with the role and the necessity of professional development and training, as well as an analysis of the major trends and forms of professionaleducation and staff development The subject of the research is staff professional education. The purpose of this article isto reveal the main directions, forms and methods of staff professional development, organization of staff training. The results of the work may find practical applications in any enterprise, organization or institution where the management cares about staff training including the interests of the company at a rapid filling of vacancies, cost savings, which are related to the preparation of workers, as well as workers' interests - to get a complete professional training. Nowadays, the employee must possess such qualities, as strategic thinking, entrepreneurship, wide erudition, high culture. Today there is a requirement of continuous staff development, that means activities which promote full disclosure of personal potential of employees. These may be individual or group activities, conducted in the work or any specialplace, or may be focused on the development of general or specific skills. The system of staff development must be flexible, able to change the content, methods and organizational forms according to the needs of production and the situation that composed in the labor market. That’s why, HR should focus their efforts on solving such problems as development strategy for the formation of qualified staff; identifying training needs of workers in the context of professions and occupations; choice of forms and methods of professional development; selection ofprogram-methodical and material-technical support of the learning process as an important condition for its quality; financial support for all types of training in the right quantity. Staff training can solve the main problems in the interests of the organization - improving the efficiency and quality of work, and in the interests of people – increasing the quality of life, creating the opportunity to realize their abilities as well. The employee becomes competitive in the labor market Therefore, at modern stage the priority for organizations are tasks of ensuring competitive stafftraining. Its important qualities are: flexibility, mobility, training and high cultural and technical level, the ability quickly to increase your knowledge. The management,HR have a wide arsenal of forms, methods and means of teaching staff, the choice of which depends on the strategic tasks of staff development, understandingof the contents of the process, efficiency ofusing its components.
ANALYSIS OF TI -NI PARTICLES ON THE MICROSTRUCTURE AND MICRO HARDNESS OF AL6082 FABRICATED BY FRICTION STIR PROCESSING published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Sandeep Sharma*, Dr. Sahib Sartaj Singh Dhaliwal, DR. C.P. Khatter Friction Stir Processing (FSP) has been emerging as a solid state technique to fabricate aluminium composites in recent years. In present work, FSP is applied to AL6082/ Ti-Ni in order to analyze the effect of Ti-Ni on the microstructure, homogeneity and mechanical properties. A single pass of FSP was carried out at 1120 R.P.M. rotational speed, with travel speed of 25mm/min and an axial force of 10 KN to produce composition. Alloying elements were added to three volume fractions as 5%, 6.25%, and 7%. The microstructure was studied using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Various phases were identified by X-ray diffraction (XRD) the results shows grain size refined, micro hardness increases substantially, effect of alloying element %age on grain size is also reported in this paper.
Seasonal Variation of Aeromycoflora of Apex Poultry Farm Bilaspur C.g. India published in

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Dr Rita Shabnam Luka, Dr Kavita Sharma The objective of this study was to isolate the aeromycoflora of poultry farm area. By using gravity settle plate method isolation of indoor aeromycoflora from Apex poultry farm was done from July 2011 to June 2012. During this study total 72 fungal species (639 fungal colonies) belonging to 36 fungal genera were isolated. A seasonal variation in the diversity of fungal species was easily seen in the study area. Maximum 33 fungal species isolated in the month of January. Minimum 16 fungal species observed in the month of April. It was observed the concentration of the fungal spores in the air varies from season to season probably due to variation in meteorological parameters.
Strategy of internal audit function based on the IIA under COSO and COBIT : A proposed framework published in

International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science (IJBASS)

Published by Dr. Yuval Rottenstreich(Editor In Chief)
Assistant Prof. Dr. Fayhaa Abdullah Yaqoob Postgraduate institute of accounting and financial studies Baghdad University Iraq-Baghdad E-mail: fayhaa1959@yahoo.com Tel: 009647711224404 Iraq The research problem of this study is the obvious deficient of internal audit work within the Iraqi institutes and firms, and that deficient is the result of the absence of the sponsor organizations for this function and the absent of regulations and laws that identify the responsibilities and authorities and the scope of internal audit work as well as the type of management which is tending to focus on the financial and accounting matters only, so that its required to rebuild this internal audit work in line with the current developments in internal audit activities. In addition to that there is a lack of a framework that defines internal audit strategy. The aim of this research is to find an organizing method to rebuild the internal audit strategy and functions base on the international standards of internal auditors institutes, the study consider the framework of COSO and COBIT, and discussing the views of academics, professionals, accountants and auditors who are currently working in governmental and private sectors in Iraq, and developing a proposed framework of internal audit function based on these views viewed.
Effect of Load variation and thickness on deflection and operating stress of wave spring published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Hardik C. Tekwani | Dhruv D. Joshi Wave springs are used for load bearing into assemblies. When force applied to the spring, load is gradual or abrupt. Typically wave spring will occupy an extremely small space after compressions. In this paper effect of change in thickness of wave spring on the deflection of spring and on operating stress is studied. This study leads towards the impact of thickness change under different load condition. The result reveals that after increasing the thickness from 0.1181 to 0.23622 inch, drastically decrement noticed in the deflection as well as operating stress for different loading condition in wave spring. Study shows the deflection for two different spring materials (nickel and beryllium copper) considering different parameters that help to choose best spring material. Hardik C. Tekwani | Dhruv D. Joshi"Effect of Load variation and thickness on deflection and operating stress of wave spring" 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/ijtsrd13057.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/13057/effect-of-load-variation-and-thickness-on-deflection-and-operating-stress-of-wave-spring/hardik-c-tekwani
Variation of Faba Beans (Vicia faba L.) Traits Induced By Heat, Electric Shock and Mutagen Nitrous Acid published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Laith M. J. AL-Shamma* This research was carried out to determine the impact of heat shock, electric shock and seeds in soaking nitrous acid mutagen solution on three cultivars of faba beans plant (Zaina, Aguadulce and Local) at the year 2012-2013. Factorial experiment was arranged in randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replicates were used. The results showed that heat shock lead to early plants of 50% in flowering and an increase in the number of branches/plant and the number of seeds/pod compared to other treatments, whereas the seeds soaked in nitrous acid mutagen solution gave the highest plant height, leaf area index, number of pods/plant, seed weight, seed yield kg/ha, and did not differ significantly with treatment of electric shock in the protein yield(kg/ha). Zaina cultivar was superior over other cultivars in early to 50% flowering, number of branches/plant, number of pods/plant and seed weight, while gave the lowest value in plant height. Significant differences also observed for the interaction between cultivars and treatments. Zaina cultivar with heat shock treatment gave less number of days to 50% flowering, highest number of branches/plant and the number of seeds/pod, either when seeds soaked in nitrous acid mutagen solution given the highest plant height of plant, highest mean of seed weight, seed yield kg/ha and did not differ significantly with local variety in the number of pods/plant trait .
Effectiveness of the Concept Attainment Model in Context to Educational Achievement in Some Units of Science and Technology Subject of StandardIX published in

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A Study of Teachers Perceptions of Cultural and Creative Arts Curriculum Content in Junior Secondary Schools in Nigeria published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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IGBOKWE, UCHE L., OGBOJI, B.A The purpose of this study is to investigate teachers perceptions of the curriculum content of Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) in junior secondary school in Nigeria. The study specifically sets out to ascertain topics that teachers consider as important as well as how their teaching of the subject can be improved. The design of the study was descriptive survey. Sample consisted of 162 CCA teachers drawn from junior secondary schools in South East Nigeria. The questionnaire was used to collect data. Data collected were analysed in simple percentage, means and standard deviation. Based on the findings, it was recommended that CCA teachers be involved in the production of school curricula and that those in service should undergo constant training and retraining.
Hankel Determinant for a Subclass of Alpha Convex Functions published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

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Gagandeep Singh and Gurcharanjit Singh In the present investigation, the upper bound of second Hankel determinant for functions belonging to the subclass of analytic functions is studied. Results presented in this paper would extend the corresponding results of various authors
Subfascial Endoscopic Perforator Surgery: A Comparison With Lintons Technique of Open Ligation of Perforators published in

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Dr. Nagendar Bejjamshetty, Dr. Jeevan Kenche, Dr. Ram Singh Keluth, Dr. Sravanti Balaga Varicose veins are a common problem in patients presenting to our outpatient department. This study was undertaken to compare the results of Subfascial Endoscopic Perforator Surgery i.e., endoscopic ligation of incompetent perforators, with the more popular Lintons open procedure. Ten patients with perforator insufficiency were taken up for surgery by S.E.P.S. and ten patients by Lintons procedure. The operating time, intra-operative blood loss, hospital stay, early and delayed complications, recurrence, time taken to resume normal activities, and patient satisfaction were recorded. The patients were followed up at 1, 2, 4 & 6 months after surgery. All of the variables showed significant superiority of SEPS over Lintons procedure, except for operating time, which was higher for SEPS, though it decreased over the period of study. As with all endoscopic procedures, SEPS has a longer learning curve as compared to the open technique.
Physico-chemical and Bacteriological investigation on the River Nethravathy of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka state in India published in

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Kumara Hegde B A, Padmalatha Rai S,Asha Jyothi C, Ramachandra Y L River Nethravathy is a medium, perennial river, for most of the year, the river bed remains flowing thinly. The abundance of water during June to December off-sets the balance of water for all irrigation wells along the length of the river and prompted it as the chief source of drinking water Western Ghats, one of the 18 biodiversity hot spots of the world, together with the West Coast, form an important ecological region. Nethravathy is regarded as sacred river and people of Dakshina Kannada district worship it with supreme reverence. In the present investigation the water quality was studied by direct measurement of physico-chemical properties.
NOVEL METHOD FOR DEPTH MAP PRE-PROCESSING IN DEPTH IMAGE BASED RENDERING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Sruthy Thomas* , Anitha.R 3D technology increases the visual quality as compared to 2D technology.DIBR (Depth Image Based Rendering) technique is used to convert 2D to 3D using a single color image and it’s corresponding depth map. But the main problem with DIBR is that the generated 3D quality is of low quality due to the presence of disocclusions in the depth map. This work proposes an adaptive multimode filtering of depth map to improve the quality of 3D image generated by DIBR.The proposed method uses a Fast Parallax Lookup table to identify the hole locations .Then the depth map is divided in to sub-blocks, which is further subjected to classification to categorize the holes in to bigger and smaller holes. After that multi-mode filtering is applied according to the hole size to optimize the depth map. The experimental result shows that the proposed method results in high PSNR value as compared to existing methods.
Development of screen printing designs for saree using chinese motifs published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PUNAM RANI, NEELAM M. ROSE, SAROJ S. JEET SINGH AND SAROJ YADAV Colour and designs have been used to enhance the intrinsic beauty of textiles from ancient time. It is believed that ornamentation by dyeing and printing developed earlier than the use of clothing itself. Design is the knowledgeable selection and application of the basic art elements i.e., line, shape, colour and texture to produce a unified expressive visual statement. Screen printing is a versatile process for design applications on textiles. The present study was conducted to develop designs for saree suitable for screen printing. Thirty one Chinese motifs were identified for application in textiles comprising of 11 geometrical, 12 floral and 8 animal/birds motifs and created on computer using software Corel DRAW 9. Created motifs were got evaluated from 30 experts and 5 top ranked motifs were selected from each category. Selected motifs were used for development of 22 designs suitable for application on saree-blouse through screen printing. Out of 22 designs, 6 designs were finally selected for application on saree which were placed with all possible variations. These design arrangements were again shown to the experts to seek their preferences. Placement of saree border with scattered motifs (4.60) was preferred most followed by overall placement (3.96) and border placement (3.94).
Water Quality Analysis in Jining City Using Clustering Methods published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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Yunxin Zhang and Changjun Zhu According to the existing water quality monitoring data from the monitoring sites in Jining city, the clustering analysis method of mathematical statistical analysis is employed to analyse and evaluate the water quality of Jining city. First of all, by using the statistical software SPSS, we aggregate and classify the monitoring sites; at the same time, the water quality objectives are aggregated and classified and the main water pollution indicators are selected. Finally we made a preliminary assessment of water quality situation in Jining city.
Study of Algae from Freshwater Reservoirs of Warangal (A.P), India published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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B. Kumaraswamy, L. Dup Singh, M. Ramesh Babu and B. Digamber Rao A total of 105 algal members were reported from two freshwater reservoirs of Warangal (A.P.) including phytoplanktonic and euplanktonic algae belonging to 71 genera, in which 21 Cyanophyceae, 28 Chlorophyceae, 18 Bacillariophyceae and 4 Euglenophyceae genera were identified. Waddepally reservoir was observed with 67 species followed by Bhadrakali reservoir with 83 species of algae under investigation. This is a first report of freshwater algae from Warangal, as the previous reports were related to only Cyanophyceae from paddy fields and wet soil samples.
Aspects of Alienation in the Novels of Elias Khouri published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Fayyad Haibi, Yaseen Kittani Elias Khoury is a prominent Lebanese novelist, playwright and literary critic who has influenced the art of Arabic novel writing, especially Lebanese. His novels have focused on wartimes, particularly the civil war in Lebanon. That heinous war was a recurring common theme in his works. In this article, we will focus on the loner characters emerging from the cruelty of that war. To examine this literary aspect with loner characters taking central roles we will study three of his novels; namely Little Mountain, White Masks and The Journey of Little Gandhi. The study suggests a special model which measures the degree of characters' alienation at different levels. The model, which is expected to be adopted as an analytical tool that sets criteria for alienation, involves several levels: social, political, economic, psychological, sexual, religious, geographical, physical, linguistic and exile. The present article is however confined to four levels: social, psychological, linguistic and sexual. The study of alienation is aimed at illustrating the direct relationship between the loner characters and the harsh reality of war. The study has shown that the loneliness of the characters is a product of the war.
Identification of Crisis Situations Factors From the Perspective of Crisis Actors of the Large Urban Units in Slovakia published in

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Juraj Tej, Peter iv?k, Viktria Ali Taha, Michaela Sirkov, Monika Tom?kov The main aim of this study is to analyse the risk management process in the context of (river) catchment basin management and management processes in flood crisis in local government and the specification of the key areas of crisis management from the perspective of crisis/emergency actors - residents of flood areas. Given the large number of studied elements of crisis management was used factor analysis, which aims to characterize the studied reality through a reduced number of factors. Using critical analysis were extracted factors - key elements of crisis management - representing areas of interest of the population during crisis situations caused by water, to which crisis management and crisis communicationshould focus.
Personalized Medicine Revolution Medicine based on Genomics Makeup published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ajmal Rasi K P | Puneeth Vishnukeerthy K We have acquired the scientific knowledge of medicine based on observation and experience, but it has not always been so. Our ancestors experienced sickness and the fear of death before a rational picture could be made of them, and the medicine of that time was immersed in a system of beliefs, myths and rites. Presently, far too many diseases do not have proven preventions or treatments. There is a dire need to explore into the biological, environmental, and behavioral causal factors of these diseases. Precision medicine is a new science that takes into account the prevention and treatment of diseases by addressing specific changes genetic makeup of each person. Deviating from the conventional œone-size-fits-all approach, genetic medicine encompasses treatment and prevention strategies for diseases applicable to the average person, and less concerned with differences between individuals. Ajmal Rasi K P | Puneeth Vishnukeerthy K"Personalized Medicine Revolution Medicine based on Genomics Makeup" 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/ijtsrd12982.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/-/-/12982/personalized-medicine-revolution-medicine-based-on-genomics-makeup/ajmal-rasi-k-p
Cross-sectional analysis of stock returns in Athens Stock Exchange for the period 2004-2011 published in

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Argiro Svingou This study is an investigation of the factors affecting the average returns of stocks that were traded on the Athens Stock Exchange for the period July 2004 - June 2011. The methodological approach is similar to that applied by Fama and French (1992), in the first stage, stocks are grouped into portfolios with predefined criteria, and subsequently monthly cross sectional regressions are carried out, according to the Fama-MacBeth approach (1973). The main result of this study is that average stock returns in the ASE are not associated with the market beta (market risk) and there is not a strong relationship with any other risk factor for the stocks market value or book to market ratio. JEL Classification: G10, G11, G14 Keywords: Cross-sectional analysis, market beta, size effect
Sustainable mitigation systems using GIS map in climate change vulnerable schools in Pangasinan, Philippines published in

Asian Journal of Science and Technology

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Elisa S. Della Climate change is an area of science that has been studied for many years. We now live in a unique time in that our scientific abilities have not only given usa precise age of the planet, but of the universe itself. The study aimed to identify and design a school-based climate change mitigation system, determine the attributes of the personnel in terms of knowledge and attitudes towards climate change, participation, and climate change mitigation practices of the vulnerable schools....
Synthesis, Characterization and Determining the Antibacterial Effect of ZnO Nanopowder Against the Pathogenic Bacterias published in

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A. Dhanalakshmi, B. Natarajan, V. Ramadas, S. Thanikaikarasan In this paper, ZnO nanopowder was prepared by co-precipitation method. The sample was characterized by Xray diffraction (XRD), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), UV-Vis spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and photoluminescence. The average grain size of the prepared ZnO was determined by XRD. The purity of ZnO nano material crystalline sample was confirmed by photoluminescence. The antibacterial efficiency of ZnO nanopowder was studied using disc diffusion method. ZnO Nano powder has showed highest impact on the common animal pathogen E.coli and K. pneumonia.
Analysis and Modification of Scissor Jack published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ekhalak Ansari | Udham Singh | Vikas Jangid | P. S. Raghavendra Rao Every manufacturing product requires cost efficient method and its variation in application maintaining its natural structure as well as assign service life keeping failure parameters in mind we are focused on our intention of designing, modifying and analyzing the jack model for actual loads for varying models on different applications. We are keen at making the scissor jack cost effective and at the same time maintaining its strength and life span. Also the new design that made by SOLIDWORKS software can be tested by ANSYS software. The overall strength of the jack is relatively more compared to commercially available screw jacks. Car jacks that are commercially available has some disadvantages such as required more energy to operate, not usable for aged people and cannot be used on the uneven and rough surface. The main purpose and significance of this paper is to design, optimize and standardize the current toggle jack to make the task easier and reliable. Ekhalak Ansari | Udham Singh | Vikas Jangid | P. S. Raghavendra Rao"Analysis and Modification of Scissor Jack" 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/ijtsrd14469.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/14469/analysis-and-modification-of-scissor-jack/ekhalak-ansari
A Study on Employees Productivity in Some Selected Private Sector Banks in India: An Analysis published in

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Miss. Rina V. Sommanek The productivity reveals the efficiency of any organization. The concept of productivity varies with the nature of organization. It refers to goods or services produced per unit of capital, labour or both in a period of time. It is the relationship between output per unit to input employed. The present study focused on banking sector in terms of Employees Productivity. Productivity has given importance to check the growth of banks. The five years period has been selected from 2009-10 to 2013-14. A researcher has tried to attempt Employees Productivity Ratios in the Private Sector banks using financial ratios like Business Per Employee and Profit Per Employee. For the analysis purpose, five Indian Private Sector Banks i.e. Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Yes Bank have been selected.
Kualitas Protein dan Komposisi Asam Amino Ampas Sagu Hasil Fermentasi Aspergillus niger dengan Penambahan Urea dan Zeolit published in

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La Ode Muhsafaat, Heri Ahmad Sukria, Suryahadi This experiment was designed to evaluate protein quality and amino acid composition of fermented sago pulp by Aspergillus niger with urea and zeolit addition at different levels. The experiment was design in factorial completely randomized with two factors and three replicates. The first factor was levels of urea addition (0, 2.5, and 5?), the second factor was levels of zeolite addition (0, 2.5, and 5?) and used 2% A. niger on sago pulp (dry matter form). Variables observed were the levels of crude protein and amino acids. Data were tested using descriptive and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), the differences among treatments means examined by Duncan Multiple Range Test. The results howed that there was interaction between levels of addition urea and zeolite on crude protein value. The addition urea and zeolite at 5? had the high increased 15.49 0.33? to crude protein content. The amino acid content of fermented sago pulp descriptively increased in urea treatment, but didnt show increased in zeolite treatment. Based on the calculation of the score of chemical and index essential amino acids, fermented sago pulp at 5? urea treatment has a chemical score of 17.86, 18.01, and 11.85 with the essential amino acid deficient is leucine, and has an index of 38.33, 36.43, and 28.45?. Keywords: A. niger, amino acids, sago pulp, urea, zeolite
STUDY AND SURVEY OF BIG DATA FOR INDUSTRY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Surbhi Verma*, Sai Rohit Now - a - days we rarely observe any company or any industry who don’t have any database. Industries with huge amounts of data are finding it difficult to manage. They all are in search of some technology which can make their work easy and fast. The primary purpose of this paper is to provide an in - depth analysis of different platforms available for performing big data over local data and how they differ with each other. This paper surveys different hardware platforms available for big data and local data and assesses the advantages and drawbacks of each of these platforms.
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING, ANTIFUNGAL AND ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITIES OF BARK AND LEAVES EXTRACTS OF FICUS BENGALENSIS LINN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Arvinder Kaur, Jasreen Kaur, Maninderjeet Kaur, Gurdeep Kaur, Rajinder Kaur, Manpreet Kaur, Amit Kapoor Nystatin, was used as a standard drug for antifungal activity. The bark and leaves of F. bengalensis were subjected to successive Soxhlet extraction using different solvents in an increasing order of their polarity viz starting from petroleum ether (60-80oC), chloroform, methanol and then distilled water. Weighed quantity of the various extracts, were subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening. Antifungal activity of crude extract on Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger fungal strains were analyzed by Agar diffusion cup plate method. All the extracts viz Petroleum ether (PE), Chloroform (CE), Methanol (ME) and Water (WE) were used in range of 25 mg/ml to 100 mg/ml for screening antifungal activity. Piperazine is used as standard drug for Anthelmintic activity. Both aqueous and methanol extracts of F. bengalensis in range of 50 mg/ml to 100 mg/ml were screened for Anthelmintic activity. Antifungal activity is not observed by pet ether, chloroform, methanol and water extracts in concentration range from 25 mg/ml to 100 mg/ml. The methanol extract showed potent anthelmintic activity at dose of 25 mg/ml than water extract. F. bengalensis possesses good anthelmintic activity. The antifungal activity is may be due to the presence of flavonoids and phenolic compoundspresent in whole plant.
INSILICO DOCKING BASE ANALYSIS OF DRUG CANDIDATES AGAINST MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Praveen kumar K S*, Sandra Joshy*, B. Aarthi Rashmi* & J. Vasanth Nirmal Bosco Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an obligate pathogenic bacterial species in the family Mycobacteriaceae and the causative agent of tuberculosis. Mycobacterium tuberculosis has an unusual, waxy coating on its cell surface. Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria that spread from person to person through microscopic droplets released into the air. This can happen when someone with the untreated, active form of tuberculosis coughs, speaks, sneezes, spits, laughs or sings. Isoniazid ,Rifampicin,Pyrazinamide,Ethambutol,Streptomycin are the drugs of mycobacterium tuberculosis.The tools used for retrieve the structure and sequence of ESAT-6 associated with M.Tuberculosis,are Protein Data Bank,PUBCHEM, CHEMSKETCH, OPEN BABEL, UCSF CHIMERA,CYGWIN.
Investigation of Urinary Tract Disease : A Short Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Kumar Rajeev | Rathore Garima | Gayatri Urology is one of the most competitive and highly sought surgical specialties for surgeons. There are many urological conditions like BPH, Carcinoma prostate, Bladder tumour, Urinary incontinence, Urinary tract infection, Urolithiasis etc. An actual diagnosis is very important issue to treat these conditions. In modern era investigations are essential part to make a diagnosis. Without investigations diagnosis is uncertain. In urology there are many investigations like Urine, KFT, Intravenous pylography, retrograde urethrogram, Angiography, Ultrasonography etc. In this article a short and essential view of some urological investigations are given. Kumar Rajeev | Rathore Garima | Gayatri"Investigation of Urinary Tract Disease : A Short Review" 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/ijtsrd12740.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/urology/12740/investigation-of-urinary-tract-disease--a-short-review/kumar-rajeev
BRAIN TUMOR DETECTION IN MRI USING MORPHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS BASED IMAGE SEGMENTATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Dr. Raman Chadha*, Shivani Thakur, Jasmeet Kaur Brain is the most important part in the human body. It is also the most significant element of CNS (Central Nervous System). The brain tumor is the abnormal growth which is caused by cells that grows in uncontrolled manner inside the skull. There are many factors that determine how the brain tumor effects the normal functioning of human body. Among these factors, the location of tumor is one of the most important factors. Thus, the detection of tumor is main objective of the system. It plays a vital role i n biomedical system. For the detection of tumor, image processing particularly image segmentation is used. CT (Computed Tomography) scan and MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) are two methods used for imaging of brain tumor. In this paper, MRI brain image is used for the process of tumor detection. This system involves test the brain image process, image filtering, skull stripping, segmentation, morphological operations, and calculation of tumor area and detection of tumor location. The detailed procedures ar e implemented using MATLAB. MRI gives exact location of tumor and it proves very helpful for doctors for further diagnosis and surgery.
A Study on The Awareness on Sexual Abuse Among Girls in Chennai Schools published in

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Ushajose. K Children are the gift of god. Constitution proclaims that children are to be safeguarded from any harm, abuse or violence. They are considered to be the greatest human potential on which their dignity should be protected and in this era of digital economy child became a commercial product for exploitation and abuse. Sexual violence against children occurs across all strata of the society and in all countries of the world. It is a heinous offence against mankind. But the crimes against them are always silent, hidden, invisible crime that both girls and boys face at all levels. Research says that more children are abused in every form in every respect. Girls have become commodity to sex tourism, pornography, cybercrimes, trafficking, organ transplants, kidnapping, rape prostitution, sexual assault, harassment, molestation and so on. Female children are prey in other circumstances like foeticide, infanticide, child marriage, and other social evils. The children are the valuable asset and indeed they are the building blocks of our country and of all humanity. There should be a strong will to uplift the plight of the child coupled with strong legislative and legal measures to improve the situation
A CROSSLAYER PROTOCOL DESIGN APPROACH BETWEEN PHY AND MAC LAYER FOR COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
*, Mrs.Padmavathi.G To design OFDM based Cross layer design for cognitive machine to machine communication for IoT. The Spectrum sensing is done in the Physical layer and Scheduling and Power allocation to the subcarrier is done in the MAC layer is provided to develop a standardized protocol stack for internet of things. OFDM is a multi - carrier transmission technique that divides the available spectrum into subcarriers. OFD M has the ability for combating inter symbol interference in frequency selective channels and for avoiding interference among scheduled users by assigning different subcarriers to different users. Each time - slot the scheduling is done selecting a subset of users for transmission, determining the assignment of available subcarriers to selected users. Spectrum sensing is done in the physical layer based on energy detection technique. Scheduling in the MAC layer using Round Robin scheduling method. Power alloc ation to the Subcarriers is done using the Greedy Power Allocation Algorithm. To analyze the performance using MATLAB.
COGNITIVE AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF ACADEMIC STRESS: A REVIEW published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. K, Jayasankara Reddy, Mekala Keshu, Sangeetha Thomas, Anjali Miriam Dey Rapid developments in the field of science and technology have made the world more competitive. This competitiveness has made student life more stressful. Stressful academics have a direct impact on cognitive impairment, however there has not been an extensive amount of empirical studies documenting this phenomenon. The Indian education system is known to impart lot of stress among students. A thorough literature search has shown that superstitious beliefs can act as a moderator in some situations while in others an inverse relationship was found. Thus, the present paper encompasses the previous literature conducted till date on cognitive deficits and superstitious beliefs related to academic stress across the globe, focusing more on Indian studies. An extensive literature search with keywords academic stress, coping strategies and superstition has yielded many studies. These articles were collected mainly from online databases EBSCO and ProQuest. The critical issues for future research have been identified and discussed based on the shortcomings from previous literature.
Factors Influencing Tax Avoidance Activity: An Empirical Study from Indonesia Stock Exchange published in

Indian-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (IPJAF)

Published by OMJP Alpha Publishing
Vinny Jingga Lina Lina This research aims to examine the influence of the firm characteristics to tax avoidance activity in the listed companies in Indonesia. This research uses the proxies of firm size, leverage, capital intensity, inventory intensity as the firm characteristics and return on asset and market-to-book ratio as control variables. The samples of this research consist of 158 firm-year observations from all industries which are listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange during 2010-2013. The samples are selected by using purposive sampling method through several specific sample criteria. The technique used to examine hypothesis is multiple regression analysis. The result of this research reveals that leverage has a positive influence towards tax avoidance activity, while the rest variables have no influence towards tax avoidance activity
TANZİMAT SONRASINDA YAKOVA (DJAKOVA AFTER THE TANZIMAT) published in

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MUCİZE ÜNLÜ Arnavutça’da Gjakovë, Sırpça’da Dakovica olarak ifade edilen Yakova , 1455 yılında Osmanlı hâkimiyeti altına geçmiştir. XV ve XVI. yüzyıllarda köy durumunda iken giderek büyümüş, kaza statüsüne yükselmiştir. Tanzimat döneminde Üsküp eyaleti ve Prizren vilayetine bağlı kaza olarak idare edilen Yakova, Kosova vilayeti kurul unca buraya dâhil edilmiş ve Osmanlı hâkimiyetinden çıkıncaya kadar bu statüsünü sürdürmüştür. Vilayetin batısında hassas bir noktada yer alan, kabile yapısının hâkim olduğu ve eğitim açısından fazla gelişmemiş olan kaza, XIX. yüzyılın ikinci yarısında Mak edonya genelinde yaşanan asayiş probleminden büyük ölçüde etkilenmiştir. Bu çalışmada Yakova’nın Tanzimat sonrası durumu ele alınarak bölgedeki gelişmelerin kazaya etkileri değerlendirilmeye çalışılacaktır. Djakova that is expressed as Gjakovë in Albanian, Dakovica in Serbian came under the Ottoman domination in 1455. Although its statue was rural during the 15 th and 16 th centuries it developed in time and became a sub - district. During the Tanzimat era, the sub - district was governed as the district of Skopje province and Prizren vilayet until the formation of Kosovo province it was attach to there and maintained this statue during the Ottoman gover nment. Djakova which is on the west side of the province located at a fragile position. There is a tribal structure and a poor education system in Djakova largely affected from the security problems of Macedonia in the second half of the 19 th century. In t his paper the circumstance of Djakova after the Tanzimat and the effects of the regional developments on this sub - district will be discussed.
Experimental Study on Water Use Efficiency of Winter Wheat in Different Irrigation Methods published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Shun Sheng Wang, Liang Jun Fei* and Chuan Chang Gao In order to probe dry matter accumulation, grain yield and water use efficiency of winter wheat, the study has been conducted under three irrigation treatments by the different irrigation methods. The results show that winter wheat water consumption and the ground dry matter accumulation gradually increase under the different irrigation conditions, with the increase in the number of irrigations, while yield and water use efficiency increase at first and then decrease. Under the same irrigation times, the water consumption of winter wheat in bed-planting is lower than that in flat planting, and dry matter accumulation is higher than that of flat planting. Compared with the flat planting, the water quantity of bed-planting can be saved 40%, the production can increase by 5.5% to 11.3%, and water use efficiency can increase by 0.17 to 0.40kg/m3. On the basis of the experimental results, it is suggested that the bed-planting mode in combination with considerably deficit irrigation at winter, jointing and booting stages is worth extending the application in winter wheat production.
LEANNESS IN MANUFACTURING OF COIL SPRING APPLYING KAIZEN METHOD published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Sanjay Goyal Bijay K. Patra, Kamlesh K. Kaushal In this research the researcher are reduce the rejection. Today many big organizations involve in producing products with high degree of customer satisfaction. The success of a product or service largely depends on how they meet the customer demands more efforts are employed in getting the information necessary for determining what the customer truly wants. In this research collected the all process data to finalized the products in spring manufacturing industries. there was analyzed by kaizen method. According to that selected the process where is most rejection, most wastage of cost in that process, than applying 5 s implementation in the production process and reduce the wastage time in production process & improve the product quality.
Impact of Inflation on FMCG Stocks Performance: an Empirical study of HUL and ITC published in

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Umashankar, Prof. Himabindu Volatility in inflation rate will affect the cost of manufacturing and customer consumption which leads to precariousness in stock price movements. This study investigates the impact of inflation on stock price performance of two Indian behemoth Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) companies. Monthly inflation rates and stock prices for a period of 10 years starting from 2005 are collected. It is hypothesized that increase in inflation rate will have negative impact on stock prices. The results are mixed. We found a negative and significant relationship between inflation and stock price movements for four years and significant positive relation for three years.
Manufacturers Services Perceptions and Viewpoints of Customers in Gulbarga published in

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Falla cardaca avanzada en pacientes tratados con dispositivos electrofisiolgicos en una unidad de electrofisologa, Pereira (Colombia) published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Ricardo Arango Franco*, Jos W Martnez**, Juan M Crdenas Castellanos**, Alex A. Rivera Toquica, Daniel S. Marn Medina, Juan P. Orozco Hernndez, Jorge A. Snchez Duque, Juan D. Sosa-Urrea, Manuel A. Martnez Muoz, Viviana A. Granada Muoz Introduction: advanced heart failure its a disease with a high prevalence in the world wide,with an increasing mortality and hospitalization rates, due to his severity and clinical profile. Which costs to the health system is up to 20% of the resources devoted to the management of cardiovascular disease in North Amerca. A cross-sectional study was made with 70 patients on pharmacological treatment and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy with or without Implantable Cardioverter (CDI) or Implantable Cardioverter (CDI) among 2010 and 2012. Methods: a cross-sectional study. Results: we found 71% with hypertension, 65,75% ischemic cardiopathy , 58.3% with resynchronizator with or without CDI, 90% had two or more drugs for heart failure, 77% had beta blocker, 90% ACE inhibitor or ARB, 85.7% diuretics. Conclusion: patients with advanced heart failure who underwent electrophysiological therapy, were clinically characterized in Pereira, Colombia.
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
IoT based water saving technique for Green Farming published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nurjaha Bagwan | Pradnya Kushire | Manasi Deshpande | Priyanka Singh | Prof. Shyam Gupta A decision Support System based on the combination of micro controllers and ADC and ANN Algorithm is proposed to support the irrigation management in agriculture. The farmers experience and the irrigation best practices are modeled through Artificial Intelligence and Neural Network Algorithm and the outputs of numerical soil and crop models are used to provide a context-aware and optimized irrigation schedule. The suggested actions are devoted to reduce the waste of water and to maximize the crop yield according to the weather conditions and the real water needs. The proposed methodology is embedded in the network gateway making the system a truly smart and autonomous wireless decision support system. Nurjaha Bagwan | Pradnya Kushire | Manasi Deshpande | Priyanka Singh | Prof. Shyam Gupta"IoT based water saving technique for Green Farming" 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/ijtsrd14435.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/14435/iot-based-water-saving-technique-for-green-farming/nurjaha-bagwan
Simulation of NGC4676 Galaxies System published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mariwan A. Rasheed In the present work NGC4676 galaxies system is simulated using the code of Intergalactic Gravitational Motion Simulator IGMS. The simulation shows the interaction between NGC4676A and NGC4676 B at different times and explains how these two galaxies affect on each other due to the gravity. From the simulation it is clear that the two galaxies get two long tidal tails.
Why nursing care is missed? published in

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TRENDS OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PRODUCTION IN KYIV REGION 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�
Kucherenko Svitlana The purpose of research is to analyze the state of agricultural production in Kiev region based on the study of the dynamics and structure. Methods of research. A system approach and methodology of economic and statistical analysis for the study of the main trends factors, that impact on the competitiveness and potential of the industry in Kyiv region, is used. The results of work. Agriculture remains one of the most important sectors in Ukraine’s economy. Therefore Ukraine’s economy is a great dependent on the level of economic agro-industry development. Kyiv region, with its favourable climatic conditions and investment potential, can increase agricultural production and thus provides its own growing needs and Kyiv in agricultural products. Conclusions. The agricultural production structure in Kyiv region is great oriented on grain and poultry production as the most profitable industries. However, this production structure is not optimal for the conservation of land, the creation and preservation of jobs in rural areas. Among producers dominate the great agricultural farms, their concentration are great, to create additional pressure on the employment market in Kyiv region. Further development of the agrarian sector requires qualitative changes, that able to provide increasing competitiveness of agricultural production in the domestic and foreign markets and food security of the state.
ALTERNATIVE FUEL FOR FUEL CELL POWERED VEHICLES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
C. Devabalan *, T. Gavaskar , K. Ragul , M.A. Revanth , C. Mutharasu , R. Sriram , M. Bhuvaneswaran In response to the ever - growing concerns for envir onmental protection, the development of cleaner, more energy efficient, environmentally friendly vehicle while maintaining vehicles performance, comfort & safety. For more than 60 years automobile industries has working for an various alternative power sou rce vehicles & has place varieties of vehicles on the road, Though the most challenging task for automobile scientists is to provide a pollution free vehicle. But the situations become a worldwide phenomenon so there is need to go alternative fuels for aut omobiles. To overcome above problem fuel cell vehicle (FCV) is the best. It achieves twice the efficiency & near a zero emission with the only by product being pure water. The PEM fuel cell proposed for future vehicles, hydrogen as a fuel supplying hydrog en gas or hydrogen – rich reformer is critical issue. A large no. of fuel source can be used to provide the hydrogen, each has benefits & limitations. This paper will explore the alternative fuel cell issue, fuel cell; it’s working, & highlighting the advan tages, disadvantages of hydrogen, methanol reformer, hydrocarbon (gasoline) reformer and FCVs
A New Strategy for Synchronization of Grid-connected Solar Photovoltaic Generation published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
V.Lakshmi Narayana Moorthy* &Dr.V.Tamilselvan Abstract This paper presents the interconnection of distorted solar photovoltaic generation to a utility grid, which requires the synchronization between photovoltaic voltage and grid voltage. The voltage imbalance due to harmonic content in photovoltaic system due to power electronic devices results in over currents and undesirable protection tripping. The control structure, that includes current control loop and voltage control loop and filter design for smooth interconnection between photovoltaic system and utility grid. Key words- voltage control loop, current control loop, phase locked loop and power system Interconnection.
THE ROLE OF BAKHMUT CITY COUNCIL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN THE SECOND PART OF THE 19TH - EARLY 20TH CENTURY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Iosifovich Tatarinov The article reviews the activity of the Duma of Bakhmut, which was the center of the largest county in the Yekaterinoslavsk gubernia and Russia, on the foundation and financing of city schools, initiation of the project of compulsory general primary education in 1912.
RELATION OF EXPOSURE TO COAL DUST, CRYSTALLINE SILICA AND PNEUMOCONIOSIS IN WORKERS OF UNDERGROUND COALMINES, CUNDINAMARCA, 2014. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Magil Inbaraj Delighta Mano Joyce*1, Vaidyanathapuram Kesavan Meenakshi*2, Manuelraj Paripooranaselvi3 and Sudalaimuthu Gomathy4 Marine organisms have long been a source for the discovery of new drugs because of their vast occurrence. The present study aims at investigating the anti-inflammatory activity of simple ascidian Microcosmus exasperatus by using carrageenan induced paw edema and cotton pellet induced granuloma in Wistar albino rats. Groups administered with the extract showed a dose dependent percentage reduction in paw volume as early as the first hour of experiment and more or less equal to the standard drug treated group at the end of the experimental duration. A highly significant and significant percentage reduction in the wet weight of granuloma was recorded in groups II and V. Dry weight of granuloma in extract treated and standard drug received group showed highly significant percentage reduction. No marked changes were noted in serum albumin. A significant reduction in the percentage of lipid peroxide was observed in the highest dose treated group. In groups IV and V serum acid phosphatase was brought back to normal similar to that of group II. A dose dependent decrease in the level of GGTP and ALP was observed in the extract treated groups. The results on anti-inflammatory activity obtained in the present study are indicative of the presence of certain phytochemicals in the extract.
MULTI - OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION OF MRR, Ra AND Rz USING TOPSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ch. Maheswara Rao*, K. Jagadeeswara Rao, K. Laxmana Rao The multi - criteria decision making methods are very significant in solving the engineering problems which involves in critical decision making situations. In the present work the effect of cutting parameters on the responses was studied using most familiar multi - criteria methods like WSM, WPM and TOPSIS. The experiments were done on CNC lathe using Tungsten carbide tool under dry environment. Cutting parameters of speed, feed and depth of cu t were taken as input parameters and Material Removal Rate (MRR), Arithmetic average Roughness (R a ), Average peak to valley height Roughness (R z ) were considered as the responses. The experiments were conducted as per the taguchi’s standard L9 Orthogonal A rray. From the results of WSM, WPM and TOPSIS it is found that the ninth alternative i.e. speed at 225 m/min, feed at 0.15 mm/rev and depth of cut at 0.4 mm, is the best among all the experiments.
Microarray Data Analysis for Detection and Classification of Viral Infection published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Khadijeh Nazari, Ali Karami, Nezameddin Mahdavi Amiri, Fatemeh Pourali DNA microarrays consist of collection of DNA microscopic spots that In order to form an array attached to a solid surface such as glass, plastic or silicon chip. The pieces of fixed DNA considered as a searcher. In this technology it is possible to test sample against thousands probes for specific genes. With this ability, arrays accelerate the biological investigations, gene finding, molecular detection and disease diagnosis. Microarray technology can be seen as a continued development of southern blotting. The most important stage in this technology is data analysis. To analysis such large data whit high degree of confidence and reliability needs reliable bioinformatics tools. Infectious diseases still is major problem for human. One of the most important application of microarray technology is the possibility of testing for the presence of thousands micro-organism in environmental and clinical samples only in a single excrement. Thereby we take an important step in rapid and accurate detection of infectious diseases. Here, we present E-Predict algorithm and DetectiV package that is based on species identification in microarray. We demonstrate the application of E-Predict and DetectiV for viral detection in a large publicly available dataset and show that DetectiV performs better than E-Predict. DetectiV is implemented as a package for R - powerful, open source software for statistical programming - that containing visualization, normalization and significance testing functions.
A Case of Identification of the Importance of Communication Skills for IT Undergraduates published in

IJICAR - International Journal of Integrated Computer Applications & Research

Published by Research Promoters Pvt. Ltd.
K.T.S. Kasthuriarachchi From last few decades, the Information Technology has been influencing every aspect of a country, including: industrial, e-governance, social, educational and related others. Sri Lanka, with the intention of realizing knowledge hub, as one of its national visions, has no exception in front of the influence of the Information Technology. Accordingly, business process outsourcing sector has become a competitive industry to the national economy, supplying foreign exchange to the country, creating numerous employment opportunities, being an influencing force for countrys brain-drain. As a result, IT related academic and professional education sector became an intermediary industry to supply qualified people to the IT industry. However, meeting industry requirements and capabilities of graduates is found as not matched. It has discovered that, not only the knowledge that matters at the industry, graduates skills, attitudes, personalities play a considerable role for them to be succeeded in the industry. This research focuses on highlighting the communication skill requirements need to be excelled by IT undergraduates as successful IT professionals. Depending on the diverse nature of the research a mixed methodology including both qualitative and quantitative methods has been used.
THREE PHASE FAULT TRANSIENT CONTROL USING SSSC BASED DAMPING CONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

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