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A Study on Educational Tourism: Impacts of Foreign Students on the Perception of Local Turkish Students: Evidence From Northern Cyprus published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Hasan Evrim Ar?c?, Mjdat Ertrk, Onay Orcan This study investigates the impacts of educational tourism. In this point, the paper aims to examine the effects of foreign students that are from Middle-East countries and study at Girne American University (GAU) in North Cyprus on the perception of the domestic students with respect to islamic countries and communities. In the literature reviewing, there has been many studies regarding educational tourism and its effects. On the other hand,it was observed that this impact of foreign students has never been studied by scholars in the previous investigations, however there are many students who are from islamic countries and have close relationships between these foreign students and local students. Specifically, this article explores the changes in perception of local students after recognizing islamic students.This paper concantrates on the qualitative case study method that evaluated the perceptions of undergraduate local students and accordingly, the sample of the study is ten students studying at different faculties of GAU.The data were coded and classified for generated issues, this study used data analaysis constant comparative method, known as Grounded Theory Method.Owing to little sample size, evidences were analized as indicative. Findings showed that there are important effects of Islamic students on Turkish students in terms of changes of their perceptions regarding Islamic countries. The effects of Islamic students on Turkish students were centralized on nine major titles; (a) perceptions about foreign languages in Islamic communities, (b) perceptions about positive sciences developments in Islamic communities, (c) perceptions about the role of women in social life in Islamic communities, (d) perceptions about social relations in Islamic communities, (e) perceptions about dressing styles of people in Islamic communities, (f) perceptions about individual freedom and human rights in Islamic communities, (g) perceptions about the effects of religion in social life of Islamic communities, (h) perception changes about Islamic culture, (i) contibutions of Islamic students on the learning experience of Turkish students.This study was carried out with ten students studyingat GAU in North Cyprus. To generalize the findings, the other universities might be included and the sample size can be increased in the future research process. The other limitations are specified in the last part of the study.
JAPANESE FDI IN MALAYSIA AND OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES: ARE THEY COINTEGRATED? published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Tajul Ariffin Masron ASEAN has been developed partially due to the large inflows of FDI from various countries, in which one of them is Japan. While the contribution of Japanese FDI is no longer a secret, the inconsistent inflows of Japanese FDI into Malaysia has questioned the ability of Malaysia to retain its attractiveness as the primary location for FDI. Are they complementing or competing to each other? With limited information available, this study approaches the issue by focusing on the experiences of Malaysia with regards to other Asian countries. ARDL model is employed and this study observes that Japanese FDI in Malaysia is integrated with Japanese FDI inflows to other Asian countries. However, the direction or sign of effect varies across countries. Keywords: Japanese FDI; Asian Countries; Malaysia; ARDL
To Be a Gifted Adolescent published in

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

Published by College VCHS
Hanna David Abstract: Adolescence is a period in everybody’s life that is usually referred to as “time that everybody must go through” or “parents’ hell”. Transition between childhood and adulthood is indeed of great importance in everybody’s life, but it is usually accompanied with a variety of questions, problems, dilemmas and a constant need to choose among many possibilities, which adds a lot of tension to the adolescent’s life and that of his or her family. Being gifted is also somewhat conflictual as it means – in most cases – a high cognitive level with somewhat lesser emotional development, along with many intellectual and educational needs that are hard to fulfil, and also usually difficult in finding peers with similar interests, level of thinking and verbal and/or logicalmathematical abilities. As a result, parents of gifted adolescents have to overcome the problems every parent of a teenager faces, and in addition – those caused by their children’s giftedness. This work will open a window to many such issues not answered by education or mental health professionals. The problems presented in this part of my work are: Problems typical to adolescents; and Problems typical to the gifted with a special focus on their variations during adolescence. The second part of this article will deal with problems of gifted adolescents, namely – problems that usually do not occur among the non-gifted. In addition, I am to offer some effective ways and strategies that might help parents to deal with the challenge of raising a gifted adolescent. Keywords: Giftedness; adolescents; gifted; cognitive and emotional development; abilities; health; non-gifted
Comparative study of new molecules of herbicides on growth and weed control in soybean published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ANKITA GUPTA* AND CHANDRESH CHANDRAKAR The present investigation was carried out during Kharif season of 2012 at the Research cum Instructional Farm, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur (C.G.). The experiment comprised of eight weed management practices viz., W1- Sulfentrazone @ 300 g a.i. ha-1 as PE, W2- Sulfentrazone @ 360 g a.i. ha-1 as PE, W3- Pendimethalin @ 1 kg a.i. ha-1 as PE, W4- Metribuzin @ 750 g a.i. ha-1 as PE, W5- Imazethapyr @ 100 g a.i. ha-1 as PoE, W6- Odyssy 70 WG (imazethapyr 35% + imazamox 35%) @ 100 g a.i. ha-1 as PoE, W7- Hand weeding twice at 20 and 40 DAS and W8- Untreated control. Experiment was laid out in Randomized Block Design with four replications. The soybean variety JS 97- 52 was grown as test crop. The result of the experiment indicated that the growth characters like plant height, number of branches and dry matter production was maximum under hand weeding twice at 20 and 40 DAS which was found comparable with sulfentrazone @ 360 g a.i. ha-1 as PE, sulfentrazone @ 300 g a.i. ha-1 as PE and imazethapyr @ 100 g a.i. ha-1 as PoE. These treatments also showed minimum weed index. Hand weeding twice at 20 and 40 DAS, sulfentrazone @ 360 g a.i. ha-1 as PE and imazethapyr @ 100 g a.i. ha-1 as PoE were also gave highest weed control efficiency
Evaluation of Antinuclear Antibody in Connective Tissue Disorders published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.Ashish Patel, Dr.Dipika Sathvara, Dr.Himanshu Patel, Dr.C.Chakrabarti Connective tissue disorders (CTD) are a group of autoimmune disorders which are characterized by presence of antinuclear antibodies (ANA) in the blood of patients. Although lower amounts of these antibodies can be seen in the normal population as well, a spurt in titers is seen in patients of CTD. Not only are these antibodies involved in the disease pathogenesis, but they also constitute the basis for diagnosis and treatment of CTD. In the present cross-sectional study, 100 clinically suggestive Patients of connective tissue disorders and 100 normal patients were selected. All samples were analyzed for ANA by ELISA method. Sensitivity and specificity of ANA test by ELISA is 87% and 91% respectively. Thus to conclude, it appears that the ELISA assay for ANA is suitable as a preliminary investigation for the diagnosis of Connective tissue disorders. Being technically simpler, less subjective, and faster it could be particularly useful in laboratories screening large numbers of samples.
Optimization of Process Parameters in MIG Welding of Two Dissimilar Materials published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
M. S. Amarnath Reddy | Mr. J. Sree Hari | Mr. K. Sai Kiran The joining of dissimilar Aluminum Alloy and Copper aluminum plates of 5mm thickness was carried out by technique. Optimum process parameters were obtained for joints using statistical approach. Five different tool designs have been employed to an alyse the influence of rotation speed and traverse speed over the micro structural and tensile properties. In FSW technique, the process of welding of the base material, well below its melting temperature, has opened up new trends in producing efficient dissimilar joints. Effect of welding speed on microstructures, hardness distribution and tensile properties of the welded joints were investigated. By varying the process parameters, defect free and high efficiency welded joints were produced. The ratio between tool shoulder diameter and pin diameter is the most dominant factor. From micro structural analysis it is evident that the material placed on the advancing side dominates the nugget region. The hardness in the HAZ of 6061 was found to be minimum, where the welded joints failed during the tensile studies. M. S. Amarnath Reddy | Mr. J. Sree Hari | Mr. K. Sai Kiran "Optimization of Process Parameters in MIG Welding of Two Dissimilar Materials" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18749.pdf
EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF LATERAL SOIL MOVEMENT RATE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF PILES IN SAND USING PLAXIS published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Ahmed Saad. Al- Lami*, Kais T. Shlash, Mohammed A. Al-Neami Pile foundations are not only used to support heavy structures and can act in the dual role of carrying the applied load to deeper and strong layers, but also to resist lateral loads generated from many sources as well as earthquake, earth pressure, waves, wind and soil movement due to creeping slop or excavation works. Piles response to external effects is divided into a passive pile and active pile. When the piles are subjected to lateral soil movements, these piles are known as passive piles. On the other hand, active piles referred to a pile subjected to external vertical and/or horizontal force. Soil movement is encountered in practice when piles are placed in an unstable slope, landslides, adjacent to deep excavation, tunnel operation, marginally stable riverbank with high fluctuating water level and also in piles supporting bridge abutment adjacent to approach embankments. PLAXIS 3D 2013 geotechnical finite element package which present 3- dimensional analysis for soil was utilized to build a numerical model of single pile and pile groups in lateral soil movement with different soil movement rates. The model confirmed using previous researches. The model verification shows favorable agreement with the measured horizontal pile deflections and bending moments by choosing appropriate parameters. Results from three-dimensional finite element show that high soil movement rates gave high horizontal displacement and bending moment then the lower rates. Also, the increasing of soil movement rate has more impact on the behavior of the single pile compared with the effect on pile groups under the same rate.
Complications in Maxillary Local Anesthesia published in

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Chisci Glauco* One aspect of oral pathology and maxillofacial not to be overlooked in the anesthesiological approach to the patient are complications due to local anesthesia in maxillary bone. Main procedures of local anesthesiology involve the greater palatine nerve, the infra-orbitary nerve and the posterior superior alveolar nerve: all of these nerves derive from the second sensitive branch of the trigeminal nerve.
Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology for the Diagnosis of Tuberculous Lymphadenopathies published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR YOGENDRA MADAN, DR VANI SANTOSH JOSHI, DR R VARADHARAJA PERUMAL Background: Tuberculous lymphadenopathy is an important form of extrapulmonary tuberculosis. The role of fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) in the diagnosis of such lesions is a well-known fact. Aims: To study the distribution of cytomorphological patterns of tuberculous lymphadenitis. and role of repeat aspiration in diagnosing tuberculous lymphadenitis. Methods: The study was conducted in the department of Pathology, Shri M.P.Shah Medical College, Jamanagar, from December 2013 to May 2014. Detailed clinical history with relevant investigations were taken. FNACs were done and the smears were stained with May-Grnwald Giemsa and Ziehl-Neelsen stain. Results: Out of 180 lymph node aspirations 74 cases were diagnosed as tuberculous lymphadenitis. Four cytomorphologic patterns were observed: 1) Caseating epithelioid granulomas: 42 cases (56.7%). 2) Granulomatous: 23 cases (31.1%). 3)Necrotising lymphadenitis: 7 cases (9.4%), 4) Necrotising and suppurative: 2 cases (2.8%). AFB positivity was seen in 32 cases (43.24%). 58 cases showed reactive lymphadenitis repeat aspiration was advised after a course of antibiotics. Out of 18 cases that turned-up for re-aspiration, 11 cases showed subsequent development of epithelioid granulomas, whereas the others still had reactive features. Conclusion: FNAC is a useful tool in the diagnoses of tuberculous lymphadenitis, and repeat aspiration after 2 - 3 weeks helps in providing the correct diagnosis of early tubercular lesions.
ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE BIOACTIVE COMPOUND 2H-FURO[2,3-H]-1-BENZOPYRAN-2-ONE FOR ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY AGAINST FUSARIUM SPECIES OF MAIZE SEEDS. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Kiran. B1, Lalitha.V2, Raveesha.K.A3 The concentration of the bioactive compound 2h-Furo[2,3-H]-1- Benzopyran-2-One isolated from seeds of Psoralea corylifolia L on the dry mycelial weight and total inhibition of Fusarium species were tested in vitro condition. The concentration of the bioactive compound needed for total inhibition of mycelial growth varied between 450ppm and 650ppm for the different species of Fusarium tested. F. moniliforme was totally inhibited at a concentration as low as 450ppm whereas, F. proliferatum and F.equiseiti were totally inhibited at 650ppm concentration. The MIC values of the bioactive compound for total inhibition of Fusarium species was also evaluated.
A study to identify the musculo-skeletal disorders in women computer users published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MADHU DADWAL, JATINDER KISHTWARIA, APRAJITA KATOCH AND ARUNA RANA Thus, the present study was planned with the following objectives (a) to study the physical features and pattern of computer use by the selected respondents and (b) to examine the musculo skeletal problems faced by women users. Random sampling technique was used to select a total sample of sixty female computer users from all constituent College of the Agricultural University Palampur that is College of Home Science, College of Agriculture, College of Basic Sciences and College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences falling within the age range of 21-35 year who worked at least for two hours daily. The musculo-skeletal problems were identified using the body map to ascertain the degree of severity of pain on a five point scale (Varghese et al., 1996). Most important factor for musculo-skeletal problems was the long work hours in sitting position in the same posture with repetitive movements of the eyes, head, arms and fingers. The results revealed that the height of the computer consoles used by the respondents was 78 cm with keyboard tray height of 68 cm. Majority (63.33%) of the respondents worked very frequently for 4 hours on computers which was one of the most important factors responsible for musculo-skeletal problems because the computer user is constrained due to sitting in the same posture for long period of time. Persistent pain in the neck (87%), shoulder (80%), swelling in lower legs (72%) and numbness in feet (77%) were some of the musculo-skeletal problems faced by the computer users. Thus, it was important that some exercise and 10-15 minutes rest period should be incorporated in between the computer work.
Consuming Prohibited Substances in Sport Activities: A Legal and Shariah Perspective published in

International Journal of Fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh Studies

Published by IIUM Press, International Islamic University Malaysia
Ahmad Saad Ahmad al-Dafrawi Mohamad Asmadi bin Abdullah Majdah Zawawi Zainudin bin Ismail An era of fair sports competitions ended. Hence, having distinctive genetic qualities that makes an athlete superior to the others is no more a requirement for success in competitions. In our time, everything is possible to produce, and the athlete is no exception, by enhancing the athlete’s level by prohibited substances or by Gene doping. WADA Code was a disciplinary legal tool to address this phenomenon, but the biggest problem it faced was to establish its rules according to the spirit of the Ethics' Code and its inconsistency with penal legislation. Another problem addressed by this research is doping acts are inconsistent with the Maqasid of Shariah. To accomplish this objective, two research approaches were employed: descriptive, and analytical. Important results are the lack of adequate legal tools to deal with the phenomenon. Also, confirming the inviolability of doping.
PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING (PGP) ACTIVITY OF ACTINOMYCETES ISOLATED FROM THE RHIZOSPHERE OF CAPSICUM ANNUUM L. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashokvardhan. T*, Rajithasri. A. B, Poorna chander rao. M and Satya prasad. K A total 72 actinomycetes strains were isolated from 17 rhizosphere soils of Capsicum annuum L. of Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar and Mahabubnagar, Telangana, India. Actinomycetes were isolated on chitin medium by serial dilution plate method. Among the 72 actinomycetes, 25 were screened for Plant Growth Promoting traits (PGP) viz., indole acetic acid production, ammonia production, phosphate solubilization and hydrogen cyanide production. These 25 strains showed IAA and ammonia production, 11 strains showed phosphate solubilization and no strain showed HCN production. Only 4 strains (OUA8, OUA17, OUA18 and OUA27) were tested and showed siderophore production and biochemical activity.
PHYSICIANS' PERCEPTION ABOUT THE ROLE OF CLINICAL PHARMACISTS AND POTENTIAL BARRIERS TO CLINICAL PHARMACY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Asma Abdelaal Abdalla*, Ghufran Mohamed Elhafiz Adwi, Alya F Al-Mahdi Objective: To assess the perception of physicians about clinical pharmacist's (CPs) role and the barriers to contribution of clinical pharmacy activities. Methods: A descriptive institutional-based study was carried on 27 public and one university hospitals where clinical pharmacy service is provided. A sample of 440 doctors, including consultants, registrars, medical and house officers were interviewed using structured questionnaire. Results: Of the doctors interviewed, 288 (65.5%) were females while 152 (34.5%) were males. The majority of the registrars104 (68.4%) were females while 48 (31.6%) were males. Of the total participants 406 (92.3%) believed that the pharmacist would add value to the clinical team, However, no significant difference between the four job categories was seen (P>0.05). A total of 419 (95.2%) of the doctors agreed that the pharmacist drug counseling would add value to the clinical team. A total of 430 (97.7%) doctors agreed that the time constraint is the main barrier. The weighted mean calculated to compile the doctors' perception of barriers showed that a total of 265 (60.2%) agreed that pharmacists facing barriers. Of our doctors 73.5 % ( n=294) were exposed to CPs in five sites. Rounds were the main exposure site. The doctors' job (position) showed a significant difference regarding their exposure to clinical pharmacists at the time of drug formulation and monitoring as well as the round time (P<0.05). Conclusion: Medical doctors agreed that CPs would add value to the clinical team and they were facing barriers. The main exposure site between doctors and CPs were the clinical rounds.
Effect of Resistance Training on Cardiovascular Fitness on College Men published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Saleem M. K, Dr. Jince Kappan The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of eight weeks of resistance training programme on selected physiological variables such as, anaerobic capacity, aerobic capacity, and resting pulse rate of college men. The subjects of the study were 50 college men from place, Kerala state. The subjects were randomly assigned into two groups that was an experimental group (N=25) and a control group (N=25). The experimental group participated in resistance training programme three days in a week for a period of eight weeks. The control group did not participate in any training except their day to day activities. All the subjects were tested in the selected physiological variables such as aerobic capacity, anaerobic capacity, and resting pulse rate before and after eight weeks of resistance training programme. Aerobic capacity measured with Forestry step test and the pulse counted was taken for 15 seconds, after 15 seconds of the completion of test. It was tabulated with norms and expressed as VO2 Max (ml Kg1 min1). Anaerobic capacity measured with Sargent vertical jump test was taken and expressed in kgm/s. The number of inches between the reach and jump measured to the nearest inch further converted into centimetres and derived in kgm/s-1 from the equation [p=2.21 wt D]. Resting pulse rate was taken at the radial artery and the pulse counted for one minute was recorded in number of beats per minute. The data pertaining to selected physiological variables were analysed by paired 't' test to determine the difference between initial and final mean for experimental and control group. Significant difference were existing at 0.05 level (0.05 = 2.064) in experimental group following eight weeks of resistance training in anaerobic capacity, aerobic capacity, and resting pulse rate. In the case of control group there were no changes in any of the selected variables.
Traditional designs of meitei community of Manipur: adaptation onSalwar-Kameez published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ANGOM INDIRA DEVI AND MEENU SRIVASTAVA Various motifs collected from traditional textiles and costumes of Meitei community of Manipur were documented followed by screening of designs in terms of suitability for adaptation on apparel items by the researcher. In this, 30 motifs were selected. Adaptation of designs on Salwar-Kameez was done on computer by using suitable software. Out of 15 developed designs, three designs for Salwar- Kameez were selected by judges to develop final products. Stencil and hand block printing techniques were used in printing apparel items. The six designed apparel items were highly acceptable and have enough market potential.
Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by Sargassum Cinctum J. Agardh and their Potential for Seed Germination published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Suparna Roy | P. Ananthraman Nanoparticles are recognizing for their applications in various fields of medical sciences and they are also under safety concern. The effects of metals nanoparticles on environment is not yet completely known to us, but some of the study had been elaborated the toxic effects of metal nanoparticles to the environment both aquatic and terrestrial as well as human healths. So, eco-friendly green synthesized nanoparticles are now leading our interest for bio-safety purpose. The aqueous solution of brown seaweed (Sargassum cinctum) had been utilized for green synthesized of Silver nanoparticles. The silver nanoparticles were formed due to the reduction of silver nitrate to aqueous silver ions in the presence of seaweed extract. The synthesized silver nanoparticles were characterized using UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, FTIR and Scanning Electron Microscopy. The biochemical compositions such as carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and starch were estimated for the mentioned species according to standard methods and the total phenol, in-vitro antioxidant activity and free radicals DPPH scavenging activities were also estimated. The phyto-toxicity of green synthesized silver nanoparticles was evaluated by studying its effect on seed germination of Abelmoschus esculentus, one of the important vegetable items in Indian market. Suparna Roy | P. Ananthraman"Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by Sargassum Cinctum J. Agardh and their Potential for Seed Germination" 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/ijtsrd2454.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/botany/2454/green-synthesis-of-silver-nanoparticles-by-sargassum-cinctum--j-agardh-and-their-potential-for-seed-germination/suparna-roy
Advances in Gingival Augmentation Techniques A Literature Review published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Hiral Shah, Rupal Mehta, Khushboo Desai, Shilpa Duseja, Santosh Kumar. Background: In the current practice of periodontics, clinicians are faced with the challenge of not only addressing biological and functional problems present in the periodontium but also providing therapy that results in acceptable aesthetics. The presence of mucogingival problems and gingival recession around anterior, highly visible teeth exemplifies a situation in which a treatment modality that addresses both biological and aesthetic demands is required from the therapist. A variety of soft tissue augmentation procedures directed at root coverage have been documented in the literature utilizing autogenous or allogenic soft tissue grafting or guided tissue regeneration (GTR). The purpose of this review was to assess the effectiveness of newer materials in gingival augmentation procedures.
DOES FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AFFECT INCOME INEQUALITY? A THRESHOLD REGRESSION ANALYSIS IN VIETNAM published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Tho Quynh Nguyen, Banking Academy of Vietnam, Vietnam
Network Assisted Mobile Computing with Efficient Cache Maintenance? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K Komarasamy, Dr. L M Nithya Mobile applications retrieve content from remote servers through user generated queries. Processing the request fully on the mobile devices can quickly reduce battery resources. Alternatively, processing request at remote servers can have slow response times due communication latency incurred during transmission of large query. We use network-assisted mobile computing method where mid-network nodes with ?leasing? capabilities are deployed by a service provider. Leasing computation power can be reducing battery consumption on the mobile devices as well as improve response times. We evaluate the dynamic programming algorithm to solve for the optimal processing policies that suggest the amount of processing to be done at each mid-network node in order to minimize processing and communication latency and processing costs. In this research provide efficient cache maintenance at mid-network nodes using Push and Pull algorithm (PP) and Fast Lender Detection (FLD) to minimize processing time because we retrieve content from mid-network nodes.
Factors affecting alcohol relapse among alcoholic clients at Tertiary care Hospital, Karad published in

Published by
Mr. Prabhuswami Hiremath, Mrs. Vaishali R Mohite, Mr. Prakash Naregal, Mr. Mahesh Chendake Alcohol consumption has health and social consequences. One of the most distressing problems among alcoholic is the high rates of relapse to alcohol use following periods of abstinence. Objectives included assessment of factors contributing to the relapse of alcoholism and its with socio-demographic variables. It is a non experimental survey design with 100 alcoholic patients with relapse. Data was collected by open ended interview technique. Results: Craving (31%) was the most crucial factor to re start alcohol intake followed by mixing with old alcoholic friends (21%), loss of confident in control of alcohol intake (19%). maximum samples were belongs to 31-45 age group (50%), employed (76%), passed 12th standard (45%). No demographic variables show any significant association with the factors responsible for relapse of alcoholism.
Women Empowerment Through Micro Finance: An Empirical Study of Mandya District published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K.V. Suresha, K.S. Maheshwari, S Maheshwar Micro finance is a necessity where there is either improper financing or deficiency in financing. In the Indian context both factors warrant for micro financing. In some areas there is acute problem with finance and some areas there is financial mismanagement. Provision of right sum at right time to a right person under right terms would enable proper financing. This is possible through micro financing. The rural women have to be focussed very much as they tend to remain outside the mainstream of economic lives. When they are ensured financial autonomy they would get social autonomy as well thus signalling full empowerment. In Mandya District there are 6638 MFIs catering to the financial needs of more than 18,05,769total population, of which 9,05,085is women population. Only 116184women are the members of MFIs which indicate very low financial inclusion. The survey conducted by the researchers, by taking 332 sample respondents, reveals that 63 % agreeing with positive and effective performance of MFIs;53% agreeing that banks lend helpful hand to MFIs;80 % asserting that they use MFI loans for specific purpose only; 50% gained self confidence and 63 percent standing on their own leg.
MULTIVARIATE GEOSTATISTICS FOR MAPPING METEOROLOGICAL PRECIPITATION published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Ismail Bulent Gundogdu Modelling of meteorological data is very important both for the evaluation of meteorological events and for the observation of its effects on the environment. Generally, classical interpolation methods are insufficient but multivariate geostatistical methods can be more effective, especially when studying secondary variables, because secondary variables might affect directly the model precision. In this study, the mean annual and mean monthly precipitation data from 264 meteorological stations in Turkey have been used for producing maps predicting meteorological precipitation. In addition to using linear regression (LR), the methods of inverse square distance (ISD) and ordinary co-kriging (OCK) were used and elevation, slope and aspect data for each point were added to the database as secondary variables. Cross-validation indicates that OCK yields the smallest prediction error. Standard errors verified that the best model could be produced with aspect as a secondary variable. Consequently, an aspect standard error map was produced to evaluate which points are more effective in the model. It is concluded that OCK is a very flexible method because it can account for several properties of the landscape. Therefore, it should be applicable in similar regions and a wider context, especially where precipitation is an important factor in water erosion.
REVIEW OF APT ATTACKS: HOW BIG DATA FIGHTES BACK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rukhsana Ambreen * , Prof. Shyam Dubey, Prof. Shahid Nadeem Now a days, threat of previously unknown cyber - attacks are increasing because existing security systems are not able to detect them. The cyber - attacks had simple purposes of leaking personal information by attacking the PC or to reduce the system. The aim of recent heavy blows. attacks has changed from leaking information and destruction of services to attacking big data systems such as critical infrastructures and state agencies. Previous defense technologies to measure these at tacks are based on patterns matching methods which are very limited. Because of this reality, In the occurrence of new and previously unknown attack, detections rate become very low and false negative increases. To keep secure from these unknown attacks, w hich unable to detected with existing technology, We proposed new model based on big data analysis techniques that can take out information from a variety of sources to detect future attacks. Respecting the model on the basis of the future Advanced Persist ent Threat (APT) detection and prevention system execution.
Impact of Climate Variability on Apple Production in Shopian District, Jammu and Kashmir published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Parveez Ahmad Rather Decreased productivity of Apple orchards in the recent years has become a serious concern of the growers in Jammu and Kashmir particularly Shopian District. The apple yield has shown continuous fluctuations from last five years in the district, although the area of cultivation has steadily increased from 19770 hectares in 2008-09 to 21595 hectares in 2014-15. The factors which influence yield are climate, soil, cultivars, rootstocks, spacing and cultural management practices. Whereas all these factors influencing yield are manageable, the climate factors are beyond the control. The appearance of certain diseases and pests in epidemic form has also adversely affected apple production in recent years. The outbreak of pre- mature leaf fall and apple scab disease in the last five years remained persistent problem of the apple growers. Apple production and meteorological data during the past 9 years indicates great role of abnormal climatic factors during flowering and winter chilling requirements in lowering apple production. Among all the climatic factors rainfall during flowering seems to be most crucial factor in apple crop productivity in the study area. Parveez Ahmad Rather"Impact of Climate Variability on Apple Production in Shopian District, Jammu and Kashmir" 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/ijtsrd8311.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/other/8311/impact-of-climate-variability-on-apple-production-in-shopian-district-jammu-and-kashmir/parveez-ahmad-rather
PARTIAL THICKNESS SCLERAL MICRO-PATCH GRAFT, AUTOCONJUNCTIVAL GRAFT AND FIBRIN GLUE IN MANAGEMENT OF SURGICALLY INDUCED NECROTIZING SCLERITIS published in

Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology

Published by Innovative Publication
Tarun Arora, Supriya Arora, Vijay Sharma A 45-year-old male patient presented with necrotizing scleritis after 2 weeks of having undergone ptyregium surgery with bare sclera technique. Examination revealed a scleral thinning measuring 3 x 3 mm with anterior chamber inflammation. Lamellar scleral graft was dissected from the donor sclera and trephined to the approximate size of the scleral melt. Edges of the host scleral melt were freshened and fibrin tissue glue was used to attach the lamellar graft at the site of defect. Conjunctival autograft was simultaneously harvested from superior quadrant and attached over the bare sclera with the help of fibrin glue.Postoperatively the patient was prescribed high dose oral steroids along with topical antibiotics, steroids and lubricants. The patient improved symptomatically and showed good graft apposition.
Integrated nutrient management in aonla cv. A-7 in the red lateritic region of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
K. K. MANDAL, A. RAJAK, S. DEBNATH AND M. A. HASAN Department of Fruits and Orchard Management Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya Mohanpur-741252, Nadia, West Bengal An experiment was carried out at the Regional Research Sub-Station Sekhampur of Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, West Bengal, India for two consecutive years during 2008-09 to 2009-10 on to study the effect of integrated nutrient management on growth and yield of aonla cv. NA-7. Observations on plant morphological characters and yield attributes were recorded at maturity of 3 years old aonla trees. The highest plant height (323.00cm) was recorded in trees supplied with 100: 25:150 g NPK + 10kg FYM+ 50g PSB plant-1. The highest number of branches was noted in 100:25:150 G NPK + 10KG FYM + 50G PSB plant-1 treatment (15.30) and the lowest number of branches could be noted against the 100:50:150 g NPK plant-1 treatment (9.53) consisting of exclusive application of inorganic fertilizers. The highest number of fruits was observed in 100:25:150 g NPK + 5kg vermicompost + 50g PSB plant-1 (73.17) which was closely followed by 100:25:150 g NPK + 10kg FYM + 50g PSB plant-1 treatment (72.73). The highest yield was recorded in 100:25:150 G NPK + 10KG FYM + 50G PSB plant-1 (1781.43 g plant-1) whereas lowest fruit yield was recorded in 100:50:150 g NPK plant-1 (831.96 g/plant). In general, the treatment comprising of integration of inorganics, organics and bio-fertilizers produced 50.92% more yield than the application of inorganic fertilizers only (100:50:150 g NPK plant-1treatment). It appears from the investigation that application of 100: 25:150 g NPK plant-1+ 10kg FYM+ 50g PSB plant-1and 100:25:150 g NPK + 10kg FYM + 50g PSB plant-1) treatments are beneficial for increasing vegetative growth as well as improving yield and yield attributing characters of aonla cv. NA-7 under red and lateritic region of West Bengal
Ameloblastoma, Human Papillomavirus, and p16- is there An Association? published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

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Thasvir Singh*, Christopher Angel, Sepehr Tabrizi, Alyssa Cornall, John Clement and Arun Chandu Background: The aetiology of the ameloblastoma is still unclear. Several studies have searched for the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in ameloblastomas, however the results have been mixed. Our aim is to clarify this possible association, and to determine if p16 is a reliable surrogate marker for the presence of HPV in these tumours. Methods: Forty-one cases of ameloblastoma and 1 ameloblastic carcinoma were identified and underwent immunohistochemical (IHC) testing for p16 and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing to detect HPV DNA. Results: 80.5% of the benign ameloblastomas were ‘overall positive’ for p16 (56.1% strong positive, and 24.4% moderately positive) and 19.5% ‘overall negative’. The single case of ameloblastic carcinoma also stained strongly positive for p16. PCR did not detect HPV DNA in any of the 42 cases. Conclusions: We did not find any positive HPV ameloblastomas within the samples evaluated. Despite most ameloblastomas being p16-positive, p16 cannot be used as a marker of HPV within these tumours.
Binarization of Ancient Tamil Scripts From Stone Inscriptions published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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T. S. SUGANYA,Dr. S. MURUGAVALLI Tamil character recognition is one of the most difficult tasks in the pattern recognition system. There are lots of difficult things which can be solved through image processing technique, separating each character, recognizing character fonts and writing styles used in different centuries. Many researchers try to apply many techniques for breaking through the complex problem of Tamil character recognition. Currently there are widely available digital image processing algorithm and implementation that are able to detect characters from raw images. In character recognition system most of the applications use grey/binary images since processing color images is computationally high. Such images may also contain non-uniform background so it is difficult to extract the images without performing preprocessing. In this research paper an attempt has been done to analyses the various approaches and challenges in recognitions of Tamil characters and issues related to recognitions method that can convert color image into binary form.
Gait Pattern Significance in Forensics: A Review published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Ms. Manashree Mane Tracking through gait pattern is an art. It is practiced in various parts of India by certain families. The trackers are known as Khojis. Police forces have utilized them for tracking criminals. Some of them have joined police forces. They follow track of individuals, animals or drag marks or even stick marks. They know the peculiarities of foot, distances, angles and pressures in foot, footwear and allied marks. Gait pattern has been studied scientifically. Individual foot or footwear marks are seldom clear in sandy places, but gait pattern is usually distinct. Hence it is more useful for study.
SEASONALITY COMPARISON BETWEEN SIMULATED AND MEASURED WIND FIELD: CASE STUDY OF TUNISIAN ARID AREAS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Mohamed Labiadh The absence of pre-established input meteorological database is one of constraint to apply modeling tools to simulate the desert emissions on a continental scale. Different meteorological models are used to provide the surface wind fields. The purpose of this work is the simulation at finer spatial and temporal scales, from a meteorological model Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS), the surface wind speed in Tunisian arid zones. To evaluate the consistency of wind field simulated by RAMS in southern Tunisia, we compared the wind speeds at 10 meters simulated by RAMS and measured by 2 meteorological stations located in the study area which are Djerba (costal station) and Tozeur (inland). A very good correlation between measured and calculated wind fields was found. In addition, a very good agreement is observed, in particular with respect the seasonality of wind speeds, with a maximum recorded in spring and a minimum marked in summer.
A REVIEW ON PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATION OF PHASE CHANGE MATERIAL IN HEAT EXCHANGER FOR LATENT COOL STORAGE published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mr. Vinay B. Choudhari, Prof. R. S. Powar Many researchers investigated on theperformance of PCM(Phase Change Material) heat exchanger for latent cool storage. Now it's a need of time to develop an experimental investigation which indicates the results in a simplest manner so that we can predict the results within the acceptable range of numerous results. A number of experiments were carried out to investigate the effects of the inlet coolant temperature and coolant flow rate on melting and solidification of PCM, heat transfer rate. The inlet coolant temperature is set below the temperature with 100% nucleation probability then it is found that cool energy can be fully stored in the form of latent heat. The aim of this paper is to discuss the performance of heat exchanger with phase change material as a latent cool storage by individual charging and discharging processes for various performance parameters and the results are presented and discussed.
Synovial Sarcoma of Thyroid Gland: Case Report and Review of Literature published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

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Ashraf H Hassouna* and Asmaa I Salama Synovial sarcoma accounts for 5 to 10% of soft tissue sarcoma. It occurs mainly in young adults, where 90% of cases occur before 50 years. Over 80% of cases arise in deep soft tissue of extremities, especially around the joints [1]. Unusual sites (about 15%) have been reported, including head, neck and trunk where differential diagnosis is difficult and surgical treatment is complex due to proximity to vital structures. Here, we report a case of synovial sarcoma in an unusual site which is thyroid gland with special clinical, histopathological, immunohistochemical and molecular features.
Local Anesthetic Agents - Current perspectives on action, metabolism, excretion and toxicity effects published in

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Basheer Ahmed Khan, Mazarulla Khan, Mohammed Ishaq, Parveen N This article reviews the action, metabolism, excretion and toxicity effects of local anesthetics in the management of pain during surgical and dental procedures. In this article, the efficacy of various local anesthetics has been discussed. Local anesthetics have similar chemical structure but differing pharmacokinetic properties and spectra of pharmacodynamic effects that influence selection of agents for use in various clinical situations. The structure and mechanism of various local anesthetics may enable the clinicians to exploit the safety of using them. However, indepth mechanism and the toxicity of the LA are yet to be studied in detail.
Image Filtering Based on GMSK published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Sehba Yousuf | Er. Arushi Baradwaj Image Denoising is an important pre-processing task which is used before further processing of image. The purpose of denoising is to remove the noise while retaining the edges and other detailed features. This noise gets introduced during the process of acquisition, transmission and reception and storage and retrieval of the data. Due to this there is degradation in visual quality of image. The noises which are of major considerations are Additive White Gaussian Noise AWGN and Impulsive Noise. Sehba Yousuf | Er. Arushi Baradwaj "Image Filtering Based on GMSK" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18403.pdf
SCs and STs at School Level in India: Who Holds a Better Position? published in

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Rahul Kundal The present paper tends to seek the position of SCs and STs at schools in terms of attaining education. Education is one of the important measures in upliftment of the socially backward and marginalised groups in the society. It envisages carrying out a comparative study in terms of Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) and DropOut Rates (DOR) of SCs and STs at schools. The GER has been rising in case of both SCs and STs. The DOR has been declining for both SCs and STs at school level in India in the recent times.It will remain important to see which community is ahead of the other in terms of attaining education at school level.
An Exploratory Assessment of Productive ward in a JCI accredited Hospital published in

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Dr. L. Kalyan Viswanath Reddy, Mr. Poshan Lal Gupta Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to identify and investigate the productive ward strength in connection by comparing the various wards in the hospital. Design/methodology/approach Simple random sampling is used for sample size of 60 patients and 25 employees of hospital. Findings The Cronbach's Alpha reliability for patient questionnaires and hospital staff questionnaires is calculated as 0.801 and 0.843 respectively. The operational efficiency is highest for IV B level which is of 85% ie; efficient ward in the hospital. Research limitations Although the study has a limited sample size, it help in identifying, measuring, analyzing and calculating the compliance with patient expectations. The study has raised a number of issues which would form the basis for useful further research. Originality/value The findings should be useful to hospital quality department to assess and improve service quality
Numerical Solution of Boussinesqs Equation in Ground Water Infilteration Phenomenon by Differential Quadrature Method published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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A. K. Parikh Boussinesqs equation is the non-linear partial differential equation of groundwater infiltration phenomenon which has been solved with appropriate boundary conditions by using Differential Quadrature Method (DQM). The results of DQM solution were compared with the results obtained from the Explicit Finite Differences Method (EFDM) and Implicit Finite Differences Method. Based on the comparison results, it was concluded that the DQM provides similar results but with relatively faster calculation speed, less nodes and memory usage.
Primary Intraosseous Cavernous Hemangioma of the Proximal Tibia: A Rare Case Report. published in

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Dr. Vikram Shetty, Dr. K. S. Kushalappa, Dr. B. Jayaprakash Shetty Primary intraosseous cavernous hemangioma is a rare benign skeletal tumor, which occurs at all ages, but is more common in the 4th decade of life. Bone hemangioma is a vascular hemartoma of bone structures and primary lesion accounts for less than 1% of all bone tumors with a male to female ratio of 1/1.5. We present a rare case of a 55 year old female patient, presenting with complaints of knee pain for 2 years with no significant traumatic history. Radiological investigation was done and patient then underwent tumor excision with curettage and bone cementing of the right proximal tibia. Histopathological sample was later diagnosed as cavernous hemangioma.
Management of Fracture Shaft of Humerus With Open Reduction and Plate Fixation published in

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Dr.G.Kishore Roy,Dr.Praneeth reddy.c.v NTRODUCTION: Fractures of the shaft of the humerus account for 1% to 3% of all fractures. With the formation of the AO group in 1958, internalfixation of bone and joint injuries secured scientific outlook. Despite the numerous surgical techniques, Plate Osteosynthesis remains the gold standard for fixation of humeral shaft fractures.The present study reemphasizes the effectiveness of plate osteosynthesis in the management of humeral shaft fractures so as to restore the patient structurally and functionally to near normal status. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This is a prospective study of 35adult patients with diaphyseal Humeral fractures treated with plate osteosynthesis. After a thorough pre-operative assessment cases were taken up for surgery. All the patients were assessed radiologically and clinically for fracture union at regular intervals of 6 weeks, 12 weeks and 18weeks by using ROMMENS ET AL series grading.. RESULTS: : The functional outcome was excellent in 32cases, good in 2 cases, and poor in 1 case. All the patients completed the study period. CONCLUSION: From this sample study, we conclude that plate osteosynthesis is one of the best option for the treatment of Humeral shaft fractures, with optimal reduction of the fracture and good positioning of the plate.
CLINICAL EXPRESSION OF GRAVES DISEASE IN CHILDREN: CASE REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jwal Doctor*1, Aesha Trivedi1, Bharat Kumar1 and Snehal Patel2 Thyrotoxicosis is caused by accelerated metabolism from excessive level of circulating thyroid hormones. It include chronic lymphocytic, thyroiditis, excess thyroid hormones ingestion (fictitious thyrotoxicosis), iodine induced disease, MccuneAlbright syndromes or constitutively activated TSH receptor. Acute or sub-acute thyroiditis which tends to transient, TSH Secreting pituitary tumors, toxic adenoma, multinodular goiter casing hyperthyroidism are rare in children. It is rare in children having less than five year of age and higher during adolescence (10-15 year of age), around more than two third of children shows occurrence in this age group. We reported 7 year old female child diagnosed as thyrotoxicosis who presented with goiter, exophthalmos, increased appetite, hyperactivity, and tachycardia, increased sweating. Clinical examination of patient findings shows bilateral thyromegaly which increase trapping function in given clinical content. The uptake pattern favour hyperfunction of thyroid gland possibly Graves Disease.
Impact of Shrimp Culture In Chilika Area, East-Coast of India: A Study of Krushnaprasad Block of Puri District, Odisha published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Bibhuti Bhusan Dora, P. K. Kara Commercial shrimp farming in India expanded rapidly after trade liberalisation initially were introduced in early 1990s. This paper examines the social, economic and environment impact that has been generated in the community along Odishacoast in East India. The result suggests that macro-level policies such as trade liberalization are useful at the national level, but at the local level they can generate imbalanced growth. Although the shrimp farming has generated substantial foreign exchange at the local level, it has widened the gap between rich and poor. To protect the livelihoods of the rural communities and the environment India needs to formulate effective coastal resource management policies and established adequate institutions at the local level this will help ensure a stable source of income from shrimp farming for small scale farmers and minimise adverse impact on the local environment.
MEDIASTINAL SCHWANNOMA -- a case report published in

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Matta R, Sahoo K, Jagtap Sv Mediastinal Schwannomas usally arise as a single benign lesion. Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) is the gold standard approach when deemed feasible. Thoracotomy is reserved for cases which do not fulfil the criteria for VATS.
Development of a New Technique for Measurement of Coal Flow published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
M. Sidhartha Bhatt and B.H. Narayana This paper reports the development of two novel products—a coal fl ow simulator and an instrument for coal fl ow measurement. Uniform pulverized coal fl ow is simulated in a horizontal pipe of 200 mm diameter and 2000 mm length with a capacity 50-300 kg/h at an air to fuel ratio of 1.5-2.5 kg of air/kg of fuel with a maximum of 20% moisture. Coal is fed from a hopper and the fl ow is simulated in a tube. The calibrated coal fl ow is achieved through a vibratory feeder with a convergent-divergent nozzle which is pneumatically activated from a compressed air source. The simulator is isolated from vibrations and fl ow measurement/visual imaging is possible through air-curtained ports. The loss of coal to the environment at the end of the simulation zone is less than 0.05%. The non-reactive, non-mixing type, PC compatible portable instrument for measurement of pulverized coal fl ow uses a new sensing tool-laser through laser beam interception for fl ow through circular pipes of 0.3-0.5 m diameter. It is capable of measuring pulverized coal fl ows of the order of 0-150 kg/h (for a pipe of 200 mm diameter) in the range of 0-5000 kg/m2/h. The laser-through beam sensor is mounted across the fl ow without contact with the coal. The opacity offered by the pulverized coal fl owing in the pipe to the radiation emitted by the transmitter is proportionate to its mass fl ow. The receiver induces a voltage proportional to the intensity of residual light received which is calibrated based on the mass fl ow rate. The induced voltage is stepped down, processed, digitized and acquired through Rs. 485 data protocol. The standard coal that can be measured is sized at 70% of the mass below 75 μm size. The normal primary air to fuel ratio is around 1.5-2.2 kg of air/kg of coal. The instrument is insensitive to moisture contents upto 10%. For moisture contents above 10% and for fi neness and air/fuel ratio different from the above, calibration of the instrument is required. The instrument has an accuracy of 0.5% and the response time is 0.5 ms for standard coal. It operates on a power source of 230 V AC (100 W) and is useful for fi eld applications as a portable instrument (0.5 m x 0.5 m x 0.5 m).
Teacher Effectiveness Among Primary School Teachers with Respect to Gender And Management published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Kurakula Venkatesh The study about teacher effectiveness was conducted on 336 primary school teachers from Medak district of Telangana State. Teacher Effectiveness Scale by Dr.Shallu Puri and Prof.S.C Gakhar was used for the study. The result reveals that there is a significant difference in the teacher effectiveness with respect to gender and management among primary school teachers.
The Comparison with the Rates of Control of Hypothyroidism in the Between Outpatient Clinics of Internal Medicine and Endocrinology published in

Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

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Ahmet Ergin* and Güngör Akçay Background and aims: Hypothyroid patients are usually follow-up in internal diseases with endocrinology and metabolism clinics in Turkey. The aim in this study is to determine the differences between these two clinics in terms of reaching the target. Methods: 310 patients with hypothyroid that are under levothyroxine sodium treatment are involved this study. These 268 women and 42 men are applied to Atatürk University Medical School in 2015. Their TSH level are recorded during the application and used a sensitive immunometric assay for TSH measurement. TSH<4 mIU/L is considered as achievement of treatment goals and TSH≥4 is not. Data analysis are made by SPSS-20 and they evaluated regarding “man whitney u” and “chi-square” test. Results: The evidences show that there is a significant difference between endocrinology and internal diseases clinics regarding their TSH averages. TSH averages are 4,48 mIU/L and 7,93 mIU/L p<0,001 respectively (man whitney u test). In addition, there is a significant difference statisticly with regard to achievement of treatment goals, 77,6 %, 58% p<0,001 respectively (chi-square test). Conclusions: Hypothyroid patients are more successfully treated in endocrinology and metabolism outpatient clinics than internal diseases clinics, however, there should be more comparative analyses in order to get certain results.
FIVE LETTERS THAT “HURT”: THE MULTICULTURAL INDONESIA IN CURRENT FASTER CHANGE ERA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Prof. Achmad Fedyani Saifuddin Ideally, multiculturalism is good cultural integration model for Indonesia, the largest archipelago country in the world with a population of about 250 million, but realistically, today’s world in which it exists has been hegemonized by power relations in political, economical and practical terms. The five letters—POWER—has disturbed and hurt its cultural integration creating social conflicts among some ethnics and/or religious groups in the country, especially in the fifteen years of decentralization and regional autonomy policy implementation. Action approaches, within which power is the central dominant, open up new challenges since it embodies power relations and contestation. Neoliberal capitalistic economy is recognized and preferred in the world by any measure while capital networking becomes more relevant and important in our present era as those who do not belong to any network will be in a disadvantaged position. This paper would elaborate that Indonesia has been coping with the socio-cultural impacts of the faster changes locally, nationally and globally. Its cultures respond differently to the changes and this increases new plurality of social life, but at the same time, unfortunately, its national or state laws have developed not as fast, and it is quite often they are left behind. Multiculturalism has hardly contested with global materialistic-capitalistic domination which is brought about by power hegemony. Keywords: Indonesia, Multiculturalism, Culture Change, Paradox
A case Report On Duloxetine Poisoning published in

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Dr.Dhaiwat Shukla,Dr.Mehul Patel,Dr.Jatin Patel -
In-Vitro Multi Enzymatic Degradation Process of Agrowastes in the Production of Bioethanol published in

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Prasad.M.P In this present work, bioethanol was produced by using 15 ready and cheaply available agricultural raw materials. The biomass used are cassava, fruit pulp, rice extract, sweet potato, potato, sugar cane beet, saw dust, coconut pith, groundnut waste, rice straw, rice husk, leaf litter, wood bark, maize husk and waste paper. To produce ethanol from biomass two key processes were followed, first the starch or hemicellulose and cellulose portions of the biomass were broken down in to simple sugars through a process called saccharification. Second, the sugars are fermented to produce ethanol. Two enzymes were used for the hydrolysis of the biomass namely amylase from Aspergillus niger and cellulase from Trichoderma viride. Cellulase was used for the hydrolysis of cellulose and hemicellulose and amylase is used for the hydrolysis of starch present in the raw materials. Fermentation of the hydrolyzed samples was done using Sacharomyces .sp. The fermented product was purified by primary distillation process at 80C and the fraction is collected. The ethanol is then determined by specific gravity method.
Corruption in a university in West Bengal, India: A First Person Narrative published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Abhijit Guha This action oriented empirical article deals with the misappropriation of University Grants Commission Unassigned Grant fund by a Vice-Chancellor of a university in West Bengal. The data for this study have been collected by RTI applications filed by the author over a period more than two years and presented in the form of a case study by using real names. The study revealed that it is not only important to know how a particular act of corruption is done by the use of public office for personal gain but it is also vital to know how after the exposure of the corruption in the public domain, the authorities again take recourse to cover up the scam by using bureaucratic measures.
Low Level Exposure to Arsenic in Drinking Water: A Review on Action Mechanism, Health Effects and Biomarkers. published in

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Sandro Mancinelli, Francesca Lucaroni, Paola Borgiani, Cinzia Ciccacci, Leonardo Palombi, Patrizia De Filippis. Arsenic has been recognized as a major public health issue worldwide. Chronic exposure at high levels (higher than 150?g/L) of this metalloid, ingested by means of food and drinking water, is a certain risk factor for a number of chronic diseases: cancer, cardiovascular diseases, peripheral neuropathy, diabetes and skin lesions. Although there is a plethora of studies published on this issue, in particular on environmental exposure at high levels, a lot is yet to be explained. The arsenic action mechanism and the existence of specific biomarkers to identify precociously the exposure, the effects and the genetic susceptibility are still matter of investigation. The purpose of this review is to shed light on this grey area, in particular focusing on the current knowledge about arsenic effects of exposure at low concentrations (lower than 150?g/L).
A comparative study of sweet pepper fruits nutritional composition produced under conventional and organic systems published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
TALEB R.ABU-ZAHRA Consumers demand organic products because they believe they are more flavorful and respectful to the environment and human health. A plastichouseexperiment was carried out at Humrat Al-Sahen; about 15 km from As Salt-Jordan, During the 2010-2012 seasons; to compare the effect of four fermented organic matter sources (cow, poultry and sheep manure in addition to compost) in which 4 kg organic matter m-2 were used, with that of the conventional agriculture (chemical fertilizers) treatments on Barottered pepper fruit quality, by using a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with four replicates.Conventional treatment influenced the total yield per replicate, produced the biggest fruit size, and the highest water content, lycopene and titratable acidity, while fruits characteristics cultivated in soil supplemented with manure were generally better than those from plants grown in soil only; addition of animal manure increased sweet pepper fruit content of soluble solids, ascorbic acid, total phenols, crude fibreand intensity of red color.In most cases of animal manure treatments, best results were obtained by sheep manure treatment that produced the highest TSS, while the worst results were obtained by the poultry manure treatment that produced the lowest fruit lycopene content and the smallest fruit size.
Gamma radiation and sodium azide influence on physiological aspects of maize under drought condition published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Nahla Hamideldin, Noha Eid Eliwa Grains of pure strain Giza 4 (G4) of Maize (Zea mays L.) were treated with gamma irradiation ) 60Gy) or sodium azide (0.001M) before sowing and evaluated under normal and drought condition, some physiological parameters were studied. The drought stress increased proline, amino acid and phenols content also the ratio of Ca, Mg and K increased. The gamma irradiation recovers the drought stress by increasing the total pigment and amino acid content. Proline and total phenols contents were decreased. Also, the ratio of Ca, Fe and K decreased as well .Sodium azide less effective in drought stress recovering it increased the total pigment and amino acid content but decreased proline and total phenols content. Also, the ratio of Ca, Fe, and Na increased but the ratio of K and Mg decreased. The Peroxidase, Malate dehydrogenase, Alkohol dehydrogenase isozyme electrophoresis showed appearance and disappearance of some bands under drought, gamma irradiation or sodium azide effect. These bands can be used as molecular marker. Keywords: Drought, gamma radiation, maize plant, physiological analysis, sodium azide.
HELMUT LACHENMANN AND DARMSTADT SCHOOL. published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalya Gennadjevna Gorshkova This article discusses the principles of creative composers participating International Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt and the integration of these principles in the work of the representative of the post-war avant-garde music - Helmut Lachenmann. Such a study is the first such specimen, made in Russian.
Analysis of Performances and Predominance of Strategies and Tactics in Fifa 2010 Football World Cup published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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D. Ramesh, Dr. A.Praveen The purpose of the study was to make a descriptive analysis of performances and predominance of strategies and tactics in FIFA 2010 Football World Cup. The format of the tournament involves two phases, namely, qualification phase and World Cup Finals phase. A qualification phase, which took place over the preceding three years, determined which teams qualify for the tournament together with the host nation(s). 204 Countries entered for qualification phase of World Cup 2010. Of the 204 countries entered, 32 teams were selected for World Cup 2010. Of the 32 teams competing for the title at venues within the host nation(s) over a period of about a month; this phase was often called the World Cup Finals. The 32 teams were divided into 8 Groups of A to H and the matches were played from 22nd June, 2010 to 25th June, 2010 and subsequently. The following four teams were qualified to play semi finals: (1) Uruguay (2) Netherlands (3) Germany and (4) Spain. For this study, the performances and tactics of semi final teams were considered. Apart from the descriptive analysis the primary data collected were subjected to statistical analysis using ANOVA to find out the significant differences if any among the groups and scheffes post hoc test was used. It was concluded based on the primary data collected and statistical analysis, there were significant differences among the teams on Attack pass and Defending pass. It was concluded that the Spain was significantly better than Germany, Uruguay, Netherlands on attack pass and defending pass which was significantly related to winning performance strategies and tactics.
Solar Panel Dual Management System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Sumant Khetan | Mr. Akshay Irkar | Mr. Akash Kanase | Mr. Akash Karne | Prof. Anand V. Sutar As we know that use of solar energy is increasing day by day so there should be efficient use of solar energy. But due to pollution there is wastage of energy i.e. due to deposition of soil on solar panel .so there is always need to clean the solar panel in fixed days. but some time there is no desirable amount of soil deposited on panel which can decrease the power upto certain level but the company or organization has to pay the cleaner for his visit. And theft cases of solar panel are also increasing day by day. so our project is a solution for this. Mr. Sumant Khetan | Mr. Akshay Irkar | Mr. Akash Kanase | Mr. Akash Karne | Prof. Anand V. Sutar"Solar Panel Dual Management System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11041.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/11041/solar-panel-dual-management-system/mr-sumant-khetan
THE PECULIAR FEATURES OF THE CONCEPT TEUFEL REPRESENTATION IN PROVERBS AND SAYINGS IN GERMAN LANGUAGE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Darya Gennadievna Manzhos The article discusses the peculiarities of constructing the devils image by native German-speakers based on adages and sayings. Devils perception as the incarnation of the worlds evil has its roots in the Middle Ages and earlier due to the active spread of Christianity in German lands. Analysis of linguistic material suggests that in the minds of naive evaluation of the devil varies from acceptably negative to arch negative
Obesity and Coronary Artery Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ashish Patel, Dr. Darshan Sandesara, Dr. Kavya Patel Obesity has been considered one of the most important causative factor for the development of coronary artery disease. Obesity has several effects on endocrine functions contributing to insulin resistance and development of metabolic syndrome. The aim of this study was to identify and correlate whether obesity itself or metabolic effects and comorbidies associated with obesity plays an important role in the coronary artery disease.
Ion-Solvent and Ion-Ion Interactions of Toluene-4-Sulfonic Acid in Mixed Media published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
S. D. Deosarkar1* and M. L. Narwade2 Densities (r) and speeds of sound (u) of ternary mixtures of toluene-4-sulfonic acid in 70 % (v/v) acetonewater and 70% (v/v) ethanol-water mixtures for different concentrations of sulfonic acid were measured at 300 K. Apparent molar volume (fv) and adiabatic compressibility (Ks) of solutions were determined from the measured densities and sound velocities of solutions and solvent mixtures. The limiting infinite dilution apparent molar volume (f0 v) was evaluated from the Massons relation. Data has been discussed in terms of ion-ion and ion-solvent interactions.
Duplication Based Simulated Annealing Algorithm For Multiprocessor Task Scheduling : An Overview published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Supriya Arya, Sunita Dhingra Task scheduling and mapping to the processors is one of the critical problem in parallel computing. Due to NPhard nature of the problem, a large number of related work relies on heuristic approaches to find the best solution in reasonable amount of time. But due to its problem specific nature, this approach may not be proven good for other problems. So, the metaheuristic approach is chosen to find the optimal solution for general problems. Borrowing the respective advantages of these two approaches an effective hybrid approach can be formed .In Hybrid approach, the disadvantages of one approach can be overcome by the advantage of other approach. The review of the heuristic , metaheuristic approach and the possible combination of these approaches i.e. hybrid approach is discussed in the paper.
A Study on Attitudes Towards Using New Technologies among the Secondary School Teachers of Hooghly District in Relation to Their Gender, Strata, Subject Group and Experience published in

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ARNAB PAN The present study is a quantitative study and tries to measure the attitude level in using new technologies of the secondary school teachers in relation to their gender, strata, subject group and experience. Samples are drawn from the secondary schools of Hooghly District through random sampling technique. Samples are categorised into gender, strata, subject group and experience wise. For data analysis mean, SD, and t-test are computed. The study shows that attitudes towards using new technologies differ in relation to gender, strata, subject group and experience. Males have better attitudes in using technologies than their female counterparts. Urban teachers have better teaching aptitudes than rural teachers. Science teachers have better attitudes in using technologies than their counterparts. Above 10 years experienced teachers have lower attitudes in technologies than their counterparts. This study helps us to understand that how much teachers are effective in use technologies during their teaching learning process.
Influences of Fashion Marketing on Consumer Demand: A Study of Ncr published in

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Samiyah Jamal, Dr. Adeel Maqbool, Srikant Misra Fashion marketing is the entire process of research, planning, promoting, and distributing the raw materials, apparel and accessories, which consumer want to buy. It involves everyone in the fashion industry and occurs throughout the entire channel of distribution. Marketing is the power behind the product development, production, distribution, retailing, and promotion of fibers, fabrics, leather, furs, trims, apparel and accessory. Fashion marketing begins and ends with the consumer. This paper discusses the effect of consumer demand on marketing. It is a blend of consumer group, demographic and psychographic trends, and helps explain how the target markets are defined. This paper also discusses the focus areas like the economic, global and technological influences on consumers and concludes with the topic of marketing chain.
UMA HERMENUTICA DO MAL NA LGICA DA FILOSOFIA DE ERIC WEIL published in

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Daniel Benevides Soares Understanding violence as the negation of sense and reason, and the refusal of what makes up the essence of the world of the man who lives in a determined attitude, the aim of this paper is to analyze this concept in Eric Weil's Logical of the Philosophy, which presents the ensemble of the philosophical discourses on your itinerary as categories. We will give attention to those in which violence appears as evil. We will treat the evil in their own characteristics as it is presented by the author in the selected categories, thus forming an overview according to various discursive possibilities. We take into account both the succession of the various categories as well as the relationship of these categories with their attitudes. Finally, we try to understand the evil not as a false problem, but as a real difficulty to the development of a sense to the world of man.
Biotechnological approach: an option for integrated weed management in crop production published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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C. CHINNUSAMY Crops made resistant to herbicides by biotechnology are being widely adopted in various parts of the world. From the genesis of commercialization in 1996 to 2011, herbicide tolerance has consistently been the dominant trait. Those containing transgenes that impart resistance to post-emergence, non-selective herbicides such as glyphosate and glufosinate will have the major impact. These products allow the farmer to more effectively use reduced or no-tillage cultural practices, eliminate use of some of the more environmentally suspect herbicides and use fewer herbicides to manage nearly the entire spectrum of weed species. In some cases, non-selective herbicides used with herbicide resistant crops reduce plant pathogen problems because of the chemicals toxicity to certain microbes. Herbicide tolerant crops can be produced by either insertion of a foreign gene (transgene) from another organism into a crop, or by regenerating herbicide tolerant mutants from existing crop germplasm.Biotech crops reached 160 million hectares, up 12 million hectares on 8% growth, from 2010 and 94 fold increase in hectarage from 1.7 million hectares in 1996 to 160 million hectares in 2011, makes biotech crops the fastest adopted crop technology in the history of modern agriculture. The inclusion of several transgenes in a single hybrid or variety commonly referred as stacked genes or stacked traits. For example, some corn and cotton hybrids have been genetically engineered to contain two transgenes, one for insect tolerance and another for herbicide tolerance (e.g., Bt/glyphosate, or Bt/glufosinate). Furthermore, some corn hybrids have three traits, two for herbicide tolerance and one for insect tolerance (e.g., Liberty, Clearfield, and Bt). Stacked traits occupied ~25% of the global 160 million hectares. From the genesis of commercialization in 1996 to 2011, herbicide tolerance has consistently been the dominant trait. In 2011, herbicide tolerance deployed in soybean, maize, canola, cotton, sugar beet and alfalfa, occupied 59% or 93.9 million hectares of the global biotech area of 160 million hectares. In 2011, the stacked double and triple traits occupied a larger area (42.2 million hectares, or 26% of global biotech crop area) than insect resistant varieties (23.9 million hectares) at 15%. The stacked genes were the fastest growing trait group between 2010 and 2011 at 31% growth, compared with 5% for herbicide tolerance and 10% for insect resistance. Over the past few years, several herbicide resistant crops (HRCs), both transgenic and non-transgenic, have become available in many countries for commercial cultivation. But in India, the technology of herbicide tolerant crops is in initial stage of field evaluation. Efforts have been made to evaluate and consolidate the agronomic management and advantages of herbicide tolerant transgenic crops.
Resource Balancing to Enhance Productivity At Earthmoving Equipment Manufacturing Company published in

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Mamatha.K, Mr.H.V.Vasuki, Mr.Jagadish Mogaveera.B, Dr.C.K.Nagendra Guptha This paper focuses on production enhancement of a particular model, to meet the customer demand in the fabrication department of welding process using the lean approach of resource balancing. The optimum allocation of resources in terms of man power deployment at each workstation is considered and the actual time required to process at each workstation is determined using time study. Also, the number of manpower required to meet the lean rate of production enhancement at each workstation and the standard time of each process is determined. Hence, implementation of this method will result in production enhancement and process improvement.
Study of Prevalence And Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Acinetobacter Species Isolated From Various Clinical Specimens in Tertiary Care Institute in North west Region of Rajasthan published in

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Geeta Tinna, Veenu Sawaria, Anjali Gupta, B P Sharma Acinetobacter species are the fast emerging agents of opportunistic and nosocomial infections with evolving drug resistance which have become a real problem in hospital setups, particularly in critical care units. The study presented in this paper was planned with this background to have a comprehensive approach to these infections. A total of 700 patients were studied in this study. A questionnaire was developed to assess risk factors associated with development of these infections and their antimicrobial susceptibility pattern. A proper assessment of these infections along with their anti-resistance pattern that predispose to these infections and the prudent use of antibiotics may help in reduction of these infections.
VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF GEARBOX CASING USING SOFTWARE TOOL ANSYS AND FFT ANALYZE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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M.S. Patil * , J.G. Patil , R.R. Borase This paper cont ain the study about vibration analysis for gearbox casing using finite element analysis (FEA).The aim of this paper is to apply ANSYS software to determine the natural frequency of gearbox casing.The objective of the project is to analyze differential gea rbox casing of tata indigo cs vehicle for modal and stress analysis. The theoretical modal analysis needs to be validated with experimental results from Fourier frequency transformer (FFT) analysis. The main motivation behind the work is to go for a comple te FEA of casing rather than empirical formulae and iterative procedures
Role of Various Types of Viruses in Development of Early Aged Breast Cancer: A Brief Review published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Bilal Arshad1, Saima Khan2, Vishnu Prasad Adhikari1, Yu Tuan Wu1, Hao Ran Chen1, World widely, Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer amongst women. External and internal factors both are responsible for beginning, advancement and development of breast cancer and from many studies it is well known that environmental elements have a significant effect in etiology of breast cancer. When it comes to environmental factors, effects of viruses are of great concern. Virus-associated cancer brings up a cancer in which the malicious conversion of the host’s diseased cells results due to any viral infection. Until now it has learned that human papillomaviruses (HPV), Epstein–Barr (EBV) and mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV) are the prime candidate viruses that act as agents of causing breast cancer. The initiator is only one in a sequence of steps essential for malignant cells development. Breast cancer could be a hereditary disease but it is expected to account for a very small percentage of breast cancer cases. From this idea it is obvious that there should be more efforts required in evaluating the role of viruses in carcinogenesis that could be characterized by further confounding and synergistic special effects of carcinogenic aspects still exact role of viruses in tumorigenesis is unclear, but it seem like that these are responsible for causing the disease.
Response of chemical preservative on post-harvest life of gladiolus cv. HER MAJESTY published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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ANUJ KUMAR* AND ANIL K. SINGH A post harvest experiment was conducted to see the response of chemical preservative on post-harvest life of gladiolus cv. Her Majesty at the post-harvest Laboratory, Department of Horticulture, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi during 2011. Experiment was laid out in a completely randomized design with three replications. In this experiment different treatments viz., AgNO3 200 ppm, AgNO3 400 ppm, sucrose 2%, sucrose 4%, sucrose 2%+AgNO3 200 ppm, sucrose 2%+AgNO3 400 ppm, sucrose 4%+AgNO3 200 ppm, sucrose 4%+AgNO3 400 ppm and control (distilled water) were applied. Gladiolus spikes were harvested in the morning and placed straight in the bucket containing water and brought to the post-harvest Laboratory for study. Data revealed that sucrose and biocide played important role in deciding the post-harvest life of gladiolus. Sucrose 2% resulted in early opening of first floret (2.40 days). Days to maximum number of open floret without withering of lower floret and maximum number of open floret without withering of lower floret and days to opening fifth floret was recorded with sucrose 2%+AgNO3 200 ppm. All the treatments of holding solution failed to exert any significant effect on days to opening of fifth floret and days to withering of fifth floret. Treatment sucrose 4%+AgNO3 200 ppm was found beneficial to extend the vase life.
NETWORK PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY OF SERVICE EVALUATION OF GSM PROVIDERS IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF LAGOS STATE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Agubor C.K . , Chukwuchekwa N.C, Atimati E. E. , Iwuchukwu U.C. , Ononiwu G.C. Network performance and q uality of service evaluation of GSM Providers in Nigeria is presented in this paper. . The study used Lagos State of Nigeria as a case s tudy in which three major towns – Ikoyi, Abule - Egba and Agege were covered. Since the commencement of GSM services in the country, the quality of service (QoS ) being delivered by the four major Operators - MTN, GLO, Etisalat and Airtel, has been an issue of concern both to the subscribers and the national regulatory body. For this reason a study on the performance of thes e Operators in terms of service delivery is relevant. To achieve this, Radio Frequency (RF) measurements were made using the standard drive test method. Data collected were evaluated using QoS metrics as the key performance indicators ( KPI) for determinin g the performance of each of the network provider. Using call drop rate (CDR), one of the performance indicators, it was observed that Etisalat had the least value of 0.6% of all the calls initiated during the test.
Argemone ochroleuca: A New Record For Muzaffarnagar District (U.P.) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Vijai Malik While inventorying the angiosperms of Muzaffarnagar district Uttar Pradesh, India, I came across an interesting collection of Argemone ochroleuca for the first time. After critical evaluation and studies, it has been proved to become a new record for Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh) which is given here with images.
A Review on Software Defined Networks published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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T.R. Gopalakrishnan Nair, Kavita Sooda, Sharada U Shenoy, Raksha S R Todays resource-intensive application causes network traffic to grow extensively putting high demand on the existing network. Meeting current market requirements is virtually impossible with traditional network architectures. Existing network architectures were not designed to meet the requirements of users. As a result, there is a need for solution to make the network application aware by intelligently monitoring and routing the network traffic.SDN makes it possible to manage the entire network through intelligent orchestration and provisioning systems. SDN is an approach to programmable network that separates and abstracts some of the control pane functions from the network devices and places them in a centralized controller. SDN is a step in the evolution towards programmable and active networking. Software defined networks provides necessary components to make the network programmable, dynamic and application aware.SDN is often referred to as a radical new idea of networking. The future of networking will rely more and more on software, which will accelerate the pace of innovation in computing and storage domains. Here in this paper, we discuss what SDN could provide to transform todays static network into flexible, programmable platforms with the intelligence to allocate resources dynamically
Pertinent Themes in Arvind Adigas The White Tiger published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Vishal Pandya The White Tiger tells the story of a poor Indian man who wishes to leave the Darkness with its miseries and poverty so he could experience the life of the rich in the Light. The whole novel is told through letters in which he addresses some Chinese premier who wants to visit and know more about India. The novel contains massive amount without being an extensive epic or losing its firm focus. The book shows a modern day, capitalist Indian society with free market and business. It also shows how it can create economic division. In India there are not social classes, there are social castes. The novel portrays Indias society as very negative towards the lower social caste which Balram refers to as the Darkness. This paper attempts to look into various themes that are exceptionally presented in the Booker Prize winning Novel.
Atomic Scale Simulation of Extended Defects Formation in Irradiated Materials Containing Impurities and Preexisting Dislocations published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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E Boucetta*1, A Amghar1 and H Idrissi-saba1. The atomic scale simulation (ASS) of the diffusion and agglomeration of point defects under high energy irradiation 16-19 has been resumed to account for the influence of the impurities and pre-existing dislocations on the process of defects formation. Five types of reactions are assumed to take place: vacancy-interstitial recombination, interstitial-interstitial association to form a new extended defect, interstitial-extended defect reaction leading to growth of extended defects, interstitialimpurity reaction leading to the nucleation of the impurity, interstitial-pre-existing dislocation reaction leading to the growth of this letter. In the simulation only interstitials are mobile and extended defects are assumed to be dislocation loops in the (0,0,1) planes. The concentrations and the means radius of various defects produced were calculated and the variation induced in these concentrations by varying the concentrations of the impurities and pre-existing dislocations and radius of these latter were studied. The results are compared also with those performed with the Chemical Reaction Rate Theory (CRRT).
ONE MONEY-MANY FISCAL POLICIES: AN ANALYSIS ON EUROPEAN UNION MACRO VARIABLES published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

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Ozay Ozpence, Dilek Durusu Ciftci European Monetary Union member countries are trying to ensure both legal harmonization and coordination of fiscal policies. Countries which have to accord with the Maastricht criteria are also aim to political union as a member of Monetary Union. The basic problem arises at this point. Utilizing panel vector autoregression analysis and data from 12 member countries of the European Monetary Union during the period 1986-2011, we investigate the relationship between the macroeconomic variables that are specified in Maastricht criteria of fiscal policy harmonization as well as the GDP growth rates and net exports/GDP. Countries are divided into two groups considering macroeconomic development similarities. The empirical analysis confirms our expectations in two striking results: (1) A shock to GDP growth rate and net export/GDP mostly decreases public debt/GDP growth rate. (2) The deficit/GDP and public debt/GDP growth rates shows an expected positive response to a shock in themselves and then an expected negative response to GDP growth rate.
BOOK-TAX DIFFERENCES AND ITS INFORMATIONAL RELEVANCE IN CAPITAL MARKET IN BRAZIL published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

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Antonio Lopo Martinez, Renato Rovetta Passamani This article aims to assess the relationship between BTD (Book- Tax Differences) and future corporate earnings. Adjusted to the Brazilian reality model was proposed to test whether BTD contributes to predictability of outcomes (future net income) and return (capital gain on shares). Accordingly, a sample of 130 firms over a period between 2004 and 2009 , it was found by the proposed model, a statistical significance of the influence of BTD in estimating profits and return on shares of Brazilian companies. Furthermore, the model indicated a linear relationship between the dependent variable and independent variables, indicating that the variable parameters should be eonsidered different from zero and within the confidence interval, the absence of autocorrelation and multicollinearity. Thus, we conclude on the existence of informational relevance of Book- Tax Differences for a context parameter estimation results and return with shares of Brazilian companies. I would add that it evidences the perception of the market to differences between accounting income and taxable income, this research offer evidence relevant to identifying the quality and persistence in profits, as well as parameters for evaluating companies, future stock returns, impacts in credit rating and interpretation of taxable income as a measure of company performance.
Impact of women self-help groups in empowering tribal farming communities of Gajapati district of Odisha published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUMITAACHARYAAND PUSPANJALI SAMANTRAY Women especially from the small and marginal farming families perform over 60 per cent of on-farm activities and almost all off-farm activities. It is also noticed that the poorer tribal families, the greater is the dependency on womens economic productivity. The study addresses impact of women empowerment through self-help-groups in Gajapati district of Odisha. Three of the tribal blocks i.e. Nuagada, Rayagada, R.Udayagiri consisting of 150 SHG members among tribal farming community were selected for the study. Respondents were selected based on the criteria such as rural women only who are involved in agricultural activities having land holding of their own. The required information was obtained with the help of pre-tested schedule using personal interview method. The mean age of respondents was 33 years and among them 45.33 per cent were functionally literates. Around 48 per cent from Nuagada, 50 per cent from Rayagada and 56 per cent respondents of R.Udayagiri block have only thatched houses and rest respondents have hut, semi-pucca and pucca houses whose percentage were very low. The Chi-square values were found to be 14.414 and was found to be highly significant (P<0.01) in case of occupation. Jt can be concluded that, the respondents had substantial income. Unless the women have substantial income and contribute significantly to the family income, empowerment of rural women among framing communities in Gajapati district is not possible.
Studies on the Potential of bacillus subtilis in the Biodegradation of Engine oil published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Harikrishna Yadav Nanganuru1*, Narasimhulu Korrapati2 and Bhanu Prakash M3 Oil and petroleum products are very toxic to the living organisms. Their detoxification efficiency indicates good potential for application in bioremediation of oil. Oil in soil is influenced to a great extent by microbial activity. Microorganisms have ability to degrade oil from a medium. To gain a better knowledge about oil biodegradation, it is essential to associate hydrocarbon degradation with specific organisms and metabolic processes. The removal of oil from aqueous solutions by using the bacterial culture was investigated. The growth of the B. subtilis culture was noticed by oil supplemented growth medium. In this study, B. subtilis was tested for oil degradation ability. The degradation of the oil was monitored over a 10 days period. The percentage of biodegradation of oil by B. subtilis was studied. These bacterial strains could utilize oil hydrocarbons as sole source of carbon and energy. After testing, it was found that B. subtilis had higher potential to degrade oil up to 71%. B. subtilis strain showed a significant reduction of oil levels at the end of experiment. The results revealed that the living biomass of the cultures were more efficient in degrade oil.
FEATURES OF THE RUSSIAN MARKET OF COFFEE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik; Natalia Mihaylovna Olah Analyzed the main characteristics of the coffee market in Russia. Depicts the main trends of coffee consumption. Analyzed the countrys share in the global market.
Assessment of Behaviour Problems Among Preschool Children in Relation to Child and Family Variables published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Swaroopa Rani. B, Dr. Anuradha. K Behaviour problems among children are of great concern to many educationalists, Psychologists and human development researchers. With increase of more number of mothers working outside and with breaking of joint family system parents and teachers have been expressing problem in dealing with young children. An attempt was made to investigate the relation between family variables and behaviour problems among preschool children.The sample constituted 100 (50 boys and 50 girls) studying in three different preschool settings i,e Laboratory nursery school, Anganwadicentres and Private schools in Tirupati town . Themothers( N=100) of these children and teachers (N=10) constitutedthe sub samples of the study. Data were collected by using stratified random sampling technique. Behaviour Problem Checklist developed (BPCL) by Anuradha and Bharathi(2000), was adapted to suit to preschool children and was used to assess the behaviour problems among preschool children. Results indicated that the intensity of behaviour problems was more for girls than boys. Mothers of lower age (20-25) years rated more(Mean = 98.56.SD=14.984) behaviour problems for children when compared to mothers of higher age groups.
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF VARIOUS PLANT EXTRACTS AGAINST BACTERIAL PATHOGENS ISOLATED FROM URINARY TRACT INFECTION PATIENTS published in

The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal

Published by Neeraj Kumar
Muhammad Sohail, Samreen Sarwar3, Karam Rasool, Muhammad Shaheen Iqbal Medicinal plants produce several antibacterial compounds. These plants are well known for their medicinal value and are widely used in community for the treatment of various diseases. In this study 5 different medicinal plants (Azadirachta indica, Ficus religiosa, Acacia nilotica, Linum usitatissimum and Rosa damascene), traditionally used in medicine, were subjected to preliminary screening for antimicrobial potential against four pathogenic microorganisms (Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Proteus species) isolated from patients with urinary tract infections (UTI). Multi drug resistant (MDR) gram negative pathogenic microorganisms were selected out of isolated UTI pathogens. Aqueous extracts of each plant were prepared and tested for their antibacterial potential using agar well diffusion method. The results indicated that all plant extracts exhibit antibacterial activity against test pathogens. Azadirachta indica showed excellent and broad spectrum activity as compared to rest of four plant extracts. This study highlights the need to exploit the antibacterial potential of these plants for development of new antibiotics.
Seismic Analysis of Multi Storied Building in Different Zones published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Brajesh Kumar Tondon | Dr. S. Needhidasan Construction of building requires proper planning and management. Building are subjected to various loads such as dead load, live load ,wind load and seismic load .seismic load has extreme adverse effect on building so it is necessary to perform seismic analysis. This paper describe about the response of building when it is subjected to seismic load , this response can be shown by story drift and base shear .seismic analysis has been performed on (G+8) building which is located in zone 2 & 4 using STAAD Pro software . Analysis has been performed according to IS 1893 PART 1 (2002). Brajesh Kumar Tondon | Dr. S. Needhidasan "Seismic Analysis of Multi Storied Building in Different Zones" 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/ijtsrd9490.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/9490/seismic-analysis-of-multi-storied-building-in-different-zones/brajesh-kumar-tondon
Exchange Rate Risk in the Foreign Exchange Market: A Challenge on Corporate Profitability published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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

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Sk. Nasim Ali Agriculture was the main occupation of the people under Satavahanas, as in India at all times. The land management i.e. identification of suitable land for agriculture, classification, and systematic survey was followed which was profounded by ancient law givers namely Manu, Narada, and Kautilya while granting land grants. The inscriptions of Satavahanas and Ikshvakus from Western Deccan and Eastern Deccan record gifts of villages and fields to Buddhist monasteries as well as Brahmins. Land management is defined as the process of managing the use, preserve, and development (in both urban and rural settings) of land resources. Land resources are used for a variety of purposes, which may include organic agriculture, reforestation and water resource management. While granting lands sufficient and reasonable protection to the piece of land granted was also mentioned in the grants.
Infant Odontogenic Myxoma: Case Report and Literature Review of a Specific Entity Recently Described published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Elena Ruíz Bravo-Burguillos*, Jose Juan Pozo Kreilinger, Jesús Manuel Muñoz Caro and Antonio Ríos Parra Odontogenic myxomas are benign mesenchymal neoplasm most of them diagnosed in adults. They are uncommon in the paediatric population and exceptional in infants, with only 21 cases reported in the literature under the age of 2 years. We present a new case of infant odontogenic myxoma, that share the same clinical and radiological presentation with the cases described in the literature. They all presented with a painless paranasal swelling of short-term evolution, usually a few weeks duration (while in children or adults tumours usually develop slowly) and a well-defined, intraosseous, expansible lytic tumour of 3 cm average size in CT-scan examination. Most cases underwent enucleation and curettage with a very low rate of recurrences (4.76%). The aim of this article is to report a new case of this exceptional tumour, whose diagnosis was established at histologic examination. We focus on the importance to undergo a conservative approach in this infant population to minimize the surgical morbidity
STUDIES ON ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES AND PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF CLERODENDRUM INERME published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Priyanka*, Babita Sharma and Neha Mittal In this present work an attempt has been made to assess the in vitro antimicrobial activity of the leaves extracts of Clerodendrum inerme, a common garden hedge against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Rhizopus oryzae, Aspergillus niger and Mucor spp. Leaves extracts were prepared in different solvents and their antimicrobial screening was carried out by disc diffusion method. The MIC of the extracts was determined. The selected microorganisms were also tested against commercially available antibiotics. Four types of extracts were prepared: aqueous extract, methanolic extract, chloroform extract and ethyl acetate extract. Aqueous extract has not shown any significant zone of inhibition against any test micro-organism. Amongst all the extracts used, Methanolic extract has shown highest effectiveness against all the test micro-organisms
BIOSYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES USING FLOWER EXTRACTS OF CATHARANTHUS ROSEUS AND EVALUATION OF ITS ANTIBACTERIAL EFFICACY. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manisha D.R1, Jahnavi Alwala1, Karunakar Rao Kudle1, M.P.Pratap Rudra* Synthesis of metal nanoparticles involve wet chemical reactions and sometimes the used chemicals could be ignitable or toxic. Hence, there is much scope and environmental friendliness in synthesis of metal nanoparticles by using biological material. In the present study, the synthesis of stable silver nanoparticles by the bioreduction method have been discussed. Silver nanoparticles are formed by incubating aqueous flower extract of the plant Catharanthus roseus with aqueous solution of silver nitrate (AgNO3). In this the plant extracts act as the reducing agent for the reduction of Ag+ to Ag0. A change in color from pale yellow to reddish brown and a strong peak at 460nm under UV spectral analysis confirmed the formation of silver nanoparticles. FTIR analysis indicated the functional groups responsible for the formation of AgNPs. Results obtained from Transmission Electron Microscopic studies indicated that the formed silver particles were within the range 6-25nm. The antibacterial activities of the formed silver nanoparticles have also been discussed.
A Study on Ground Water Quality Used for Irrigation in Prakasam District of A.P, India using Geographical Information Systems published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Ch. Maruti Devi, Dr. Kiran Yarrakula and Dr.T. Usha Madhuri The ground water samples collected from different mandals of prakasam district are analyzed in the laboratory for electrical conductivity (EC) , pH, cations (Na+,K+,Ca2+ and Mg2+) and anions (CO32- , HCO3-,Cl- and SO4-). The water samples are categorized as per criterion developed by Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, India. It has been found that, out of 55 Mandals, 35 Mandals have been found to be good in quality for irrigation at the district. Whereas 13 Mandals were found Saline (Marginally Saline (B1)-6, Saline (B2) - 2, High SAR Saline (B3) -5) and 7 Mandals are found as in Alkali category (Marginally Alkali (C1)-NIL, Alkali (C2)-3, Highly Alkali (C3)- 4). In general, these waters were of Ca-Na-Mg type with the dominance of HCO3 and CO3 in case of good quality waters. The poor water quality belonged to categories of B1, B2, B3, C1, C2 and C3, which are either having accumulation of salts (high EC) or high Sodium adsorption ratio (SAR) or Residual Sodium Carbonate (RSC). Thematic maps are generated on the basis of different categories of ground water samples using ARC GIS 9.3 software depicting the places of saline and alkali water in the district.
Effect of thermal stress management strategies on yield and yield attributes of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under late sown conditions published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
JUGAL K. MANI* AND RAJ SINGH Field experiment was conducted at research farm, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, CCS HAU, Hisar located at 29 10' N latitude, 75 46' E longitude and 215.2 m altitude during Rabi season of 2007-08 and 2008-09 (Last week of December) to study the effect of thermal stress management strategies on yield and yield attributes of wheat under late sown conditions. The grain, straw and biological yields were maximum in T5 (3803, 5829 and 9632 kg ha-1, respectively) and these were lower in T1 (3504, 5617 and 9121 kg ha-1, respectively) during 2007-08. During 2008-09, the grain, straw and biological yields were maximum in T5 (3713, 5814 and 9527 kg ha-1, respectively) and these were lowest in T1 (3417, 5598 and 9016 kg ha-1, respectively). The harvest and attraction index were maximum in T3 (39.6 and 65.5%, respectively) and these were minimum in T1 (38.4 and 62.4%, respectively) during 2007-08. During 2008-09, harvest and attraction index were maximum in T3 (39.1 and 64.1%, respectively) and minimum in T1 (37.9 and 61.0%, respectively). Among post anthesis strategies, the highest grain and biological (3758 and 9659 kg ha-1 in 2007-08) and (3666 and 9551 kg ha-1 in 2008-09) was observed in S3. The harvest and attraction index were statistically at par among all the treatments during both the crop seasons. The pooled LAI (r = 0.94), LAD (r = 0.96), CGR (r = 0.98) at vegetative and the pooled LAI (r = 0.92), LAD (r = 0.98), CGR (r = 0.78) at reproductive phase have shown highly significant and positive correlation with grain yield
Incisional Hernia A Prospective study of 50 cases for 1 year published in

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Dr Suhas Kondreddy, Dr Rigved Nittala BACKGROUND: Incisional hernia is a common complication of abdominal surgery and an important source of morbidity. It may be repaired using anatomical, mesh or laparoscopic methods. This study analyses the various etiopathogenesis, modes of presentation, modalities of treatment like anatomical, mesh repair and its outcome. METHODS: Between April 2013 March 2014, 50 patients with incisional hernia who got admitted at Alluri Sita ram raja academy of medical sciences in the department of surgery were subjected to anatomical or mesh repair depending upon the surgeons choice and size of the hernial defect. RESULTS: Incisional hernia was found to be the 2nd most common type of hernia. The incidence was more common in females, who underwent gynecological procedures by lower midline incisions. It was found to be more common in the age group of 30-50 years. Predominant risk factors being wound infection and obesity. The complications following surgery was found to be less with mesh repair and was significantly reduced by using drains. The post operative complications were mainly wound infections and seroma formation. INTERPRETATION & CONCLUSION: Mesh repair results in less post operative complications provided drains are used.
ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITY EVALUATION OF METHANOLIC EXTRACT OF RAPHANUS SATIVUS L. AERIAL PARTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tania Khan, Shahnaz Rahman , Mohammed Rahmatullah* Objective: The objective of the present study was to evaluate the ant hyperglycemic and analgesic potential of methanolic extract of Raphanus sativus aerial parts in Swiss albino mice. Methods: Extract was administered orally at doses of 50-400 mg/kg. Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was used to evaluate ant hyperglycemic activity in glucose-loaded mice. Analgesic activity was assessed in intraperitoneally injected acetic acid-induced pain model. Results: The extract, at doses of 50, 100, 200, and 400 mg/kg, reduced blood glucose levels by 15.8, 27.6, 35.4, and 49.2%, respectively. By comparison, a standard ant hyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide (10 mg/kg) reduced blood glucose levels by 49.2%. In acetic acid-induced pain model, the extract reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 31.0, 41.1, 44.8, and 51.7%, respectively, at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg. A standard analgesic drug, aspirin (200 mg/kg) reduced abdominal constrictions by 34.5%. Conclusion: The extract possesses significant ant hyperglycemic and analgesic potential.
Looking beyond National Differences: Evidence of Cultural Consensus across Confucian and Anglo Societies published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Sunil Venaik, Paul Brewer Culture related research in international business focusses on cultural relativism, that is, on cultural differences between countries. It examines the implications of national culture differences and how to overcome the differences for doing business across national borders. Our paper addresses the equally important but largely ignored question of cultural universalism in internati onal business, that is, how nations are culturally similar in important ways. Using the GLOBE national culture dimensions data, we examine cultural similarities among two disparate groups within the GLOBE culture project. We compare sic Confucian societies with seven Anglo societies across the GLOBE culture dimensions and find remarkable consensus. Our paper contributes to the cultural relativism versus universalism debate, and extends IB theory with a “universal culture” approach that we believe can enhance understanding and cooperation among international business managers. Overall, our findings have important implications for IB scholars and practitioners.
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF VOLATILE OIL OF NIGELLA SATIVA SEEDS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rabindra Kumar Singh1*, Kamal Nayan Jhunjhunwalla2 The composition of the essential oil of Nigella sativa obtained through hydro-distillation. The compositional analysis carried out by GC and GCMS, which identify 35 components representing 97.09% of total composition of oil. The major components are para-cymene (53.6%), alpha Thujene (15.18%), beta pinene (3.7%) and alpha pinene (3.3%). This mix of monoterpenes imparts its odour a strong terpene-like top note.
Biochemical Characterization of Oil Degrading Bacteria Of The Great Indian Thar Desert published in

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Sheetal Vyas, Dr. Nishi Mathur In order to develop environmental technologies for crude oil degradation it is essential to isolate and characterize specific microbial species for evaluation of their efficacy in utilization of hydrocarbons before application to field conditions for bioremediation. 24 bacterial isolates capable of utilizing crude oil as a carbon source were isolated from various contaminated sites using the enrichment technique. On the basis of morphological, cultural and biochemical tests 8 isolates were selected to be the potential crude oil utilizers. Further, the screening of the isolates was done by estimation of whole cell protein and growth in terms of turbidity when crude oil was supplied as the sole source of carbon. Two isolates were chosen to be the most potential utilizers of hydrocarbons as an energy source.
Mutual Funds : Risk vs Return, Awareness among Investors published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Arpita Gupta, Dr. R K Gopal With the development of capital market, investment in stocks became a good option for generating higher returns. However, greater risk and lack of knowledge about the movement of stock prices were also associated with them. Therefore, mutual funds emerged as an ultra-modern method of investment to lessen the risk at low cost with experts knowledge. Because of the large number of mutual fund companies and schemes, retail investors are facing problems in selecting right funds. Also, it is of paramount importance for policy makers, governing bodies and mutual fund companies to analyse as which schemes are efficient performers. Therefore, to study the performance of mutual funds in terms of efficiency and the methods of improving it is of crucial importance.
Evaluation of fungicides against alternaria blight disease of rapeseed-mustard in West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
R. DAS Alternaria blight of rapeseed-mustard caused by the fungus Alternaria brassicae (Berk.) Sacc. is an economically important disease and occurs regularly during the winter season in West Bengal with an average loss in yield of about 47%. Therefore to manage this detrimental disease, an experiment was conducted during the winter season of 2013-14 at the Pulses and Oilseeds Research Station, Berhampore, Murshidabad, West Bengal. Different treatments namely, seed treatment with Metalaxyl 35% @ 6 g Kg-1 seed followed by one or two foliar spray of six different fungicides viz. Mancozeb 75% WP, Metalaxyl 8%+ Mancozeb 64% WP, Hexaconazole 25 EC, Difenconazole 25 EC, Propiconazole 25 EC and Trifloxystrobin 25% + Tebuconazole 50% ready mix compound were tested against the disease. All the fungicides are significantly effective in reducing disease severity and increasing seed yield. However, the lowest disease severity (9.6 % on leaf and 14.3 % on pod) and highest increase of seed yield (74.02 %) with maximum increase of test weight (16.30 %) were recorded from seed treatment with Metalaxyl 35% (6 g Kg-1 seed) followed by first spray of Mancozeb 75% WP (0.25%) and second spray of Trifloxystrobin 25%+ Tebuconazole 50% (0.1%).
e-Learning as a Tool for Corporate Training in Service Sector published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Preeti Nandwal | Dr. Anukool M. Hyde Information technologies and the arrival of e-learning applications in numerous organisations have made an elementary difference to the way organisations convey training and development comfortable, activities and knowledge to their employees. Such organisations have developed come up to e-learning and proficiency development that overcome the logistical effort of conventional training by making innovative use of e-learning. This research paper attempt to find out that E-learning as a tool for corporate training in service sector. The employees from the service sector were conveniently selected in order to evaluate E-Learning as a tool for corporate training. The primary data source is the questionnaire that was distributed to the employees of service sector. Data were then analysed using SPSS. Findings conformed that age, qualification, designation of employees were taken to influence on the basis of employees perception on E-learning as a tool for corporate training in service sector. Preeti Nandwal | Dr. Anukool M. Hyde"e-Learning as a Tool for Corporate Training in Service Sector" 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/ijtsrd2455.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/management-development/2455/e-learning-as-a-tool-for-corporate-training-in-service-sector/preeti-nandwal
Bilateral Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma and Acute Anterior Uveitis Following Snake Bite published in

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Dr. Sohel Irfan Mohd. Khan, Dr. Shweta P.Parakh Ophthalmic manifestations following snake bite are a rare entity. This report describes a case of bilateral acute angle closure glaucoma an ophthalmic emergency - and acute anterior uveitis following snake bite. Timely diagnosis and treatment led to recovery .
A STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISEMENT MEDIA TOWARDS CONSUMER PURCHASE BEHAVIOUR OF JEWELLERY IN COIMBATORE CITY published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M.Priyadharshini,Mrs. G.Indirani The jewellery industry occupies an important position in the Indian economy and has strong domestic demand as well as has substantial export market. Gold has traditionally been valued in India as a savings and investment vehicle. Advertising can influence more than just the evaluative dimension of the consumers attitude. The attitude concept can be categorized into attitude toward the advertisement and attitude toward the brand choice. This article intends to assess the advertisement media towards consumer purchase behaviour of jewellery in Coimbatore city. Using convenient sampling method 200 respondents were selected for the study with a pre structured questionnaire. Percentage analysis, anova and chi-square have been applied to analyse the data.
PHYTOCONSTITUENTS AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ANISEEDS (PIMPINELLA ANISUM L.) published in

Ewemen Journal of Microbial Research (EJMR)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
SHOBHA R.I. and ANDALLU B. There is a continuous and urgent need to discover new antimicrobial compounds with novel mechanisms of action because there has been an alarming increase in the incidence of new and re-emerging infectious diseases in recent times. Current research on natural molecules and products primarily focuses on plants as therapeutic agents for various conditions, including infectious diseases since they can be sourced more easily and selected on the basis of their ethno-medicinal use.In the present investigation, an attempt was made to screen aniseeds (PimpinellaanisumL.) for phytoconstituents and also to analyze its antimicrobial potential of the Me (crude methanolic extract) and the phenolics rich fraction of the extract against four pathogenic micro-organisms viz. two bacteria - S. aureus, E. coli, and two fungi - P. notatumand F. oxysporum. The results of quantitative phytochemical screening revealed higher levels of phenolics (0.63 g and 0.77 g), flavonoids (0.32 g and 0.45 g) and flavonols (0.47 g and 0.55 g), in Me and Ea (ethyl acetate fraction), respectively. Antimicrobial studies by agar well diffusion method using the methanolic extract and ethyl acetate fraction of aniseeds showed wide spectrum of antibacterial and antifungal activities against all the tested pathogens. The maximum zone of inhibition was observed in Ea compared to Me, possibly owing to the presence of higher amounts of phenolics, flavonoids, and flavonols. Thus, the findings in the present investigation suggests the need for further studies that may lead the characterization of some valuable compound that can be used to formulate new, different and more potent antimicrobial drugs of natural origin. Keywords: Natural products, phytoconstituents, antimicrobial activity, aniseeds, Pimpinellaanisum.
Reduction of Isolation in MIMO Antenna Using Rupee Shaped Structure published in

International Journal of Advanced and Innovative Research

Published by Spring S Technologies
K Vasu Babu, C Bhargava Sivarama Krishna, B Sreeram, B Sudheer Kumar, B Naga Chandra, C V Dinesh Reddy A novel concise Rupee shaped micro strip patch antenna with CPW (Co-planar Waveguide Feed) is designed, which is used for Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) systems. The described two element MIMO system reproduces at a dual band of 4.696 GHz and 7.723 GHz with an enhanced impedance bandwidth of 33.33% and a minimized mutual coupling of –35.3 dB. These results are better when compared to a normal E shaped, H shaped, U shaped patch antennas plotted with identical size and thickness, obtained without using any further decoupling methods. A 2×2 MIMO system employing the Rupee shaped patch antennas is analyzed using computational electromagnetic ray tracing software for an indoor environment. The described antenna is a good choice for MIMO systems operating for several Ultra Wide Band (UWB) applications.
THE EFFECTS OF FINANCIAL NEWS ON STOCK PERFORMANCE: CASE OF BIST?30 COMPANIES published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Kemal Eyuboglu, Halil Ibrahim Bulut The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of announced financial news via the Public Disclosure Platform on the BIST ?30 traded companies stock performances. The study will also investigate whether the market is semistrong form efficient. For the data analysis event study is used. As a result of calculations, it is determined that investors mostly react to the ratings by ratings agencies and debt news at the day of event. It shows that existence of abnormal returns before disclosure, market is not efficient at semi?efficient form in terms of market efficiency. Besides, all average cumulative abnormal returns are positive and statistically significant and this can be taken as a suspicion of insider trading.
PLANTS USED IN ETHNO-VETERINARY MEDICINE BY MALAYALI TRIBALS OF MELUR, BODHA HILLS, SOUTHERN EASTERN GHATS, NAMAKKAL DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Deepa. P, S. Murugesh, K. Sowndhararajan & P. Manikandan4 A survey for documentation of ethnoveterinary medicinal plants used by the Malayali traditional healers in Melur, Bodha hills, Namakkal district, Tamil Nadu, India has been conducted during April 2011-April 2012. Ethanoveterinary information was gathered through individual interviews and observation among the Malayali tribals. A total of 70 species of ethnoveterinary medicinal plants belongs to 42 families and 65 genera were recorded in the study with the help of fifteen ethnoveterinary traditional healers. Among the plant parts used by the Malayali tribals for their domestic animals, leaves are most commonly used for the preparation of medicine. The present study was suggested that, the documenting of the medicinal plants and associated indigenous knowledge can be used for conservation and sustainable use of medicinal plants in the area and for validation of these plants for veterinary treatment.
Central Corneal Thickness in Nepalese Glaucoma Patients and Glaucoma Suspects published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

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Prakash Adhikari*, Pratik Chettry and Madhu Thapa Purpose: To compare central corneal thickness (CCT) among glaucoma patients, glaucoma suspects, and normal subjects and to determine its association with glaucoma severity in Nepalese population. Methods: This study included 400 eyes (149 glaucoma, 157 glaucoma suspects, 94 controls) of 400 participants examined in a glaucoma clinic and eye OPD in Nepal. CCT was measured by ultrasonic pachymetry. Results: CCT was significantly different among the study groups (P = 0.05), with the thinnest CCT in normal tension glaucoma (NTG) and thickest in ocular hypertension (OHT). CCT (in μm) was thinner in NTG (519.6 ± 31.6; P = 0.06) and primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) (524.5 ± 35.8; P = 0.026) than controls (536.6 ± 28.9); and it was thinner in POAG compared to primary angle closure glaucoma (PACG) (541.3 ± 50.5; P = 0.028) and OHT (559.8 ± 28.1; P = 0.017). In NTG, CCT was thinner compared to Glaucoma suspects (GS) (531.6 ± 35.0; P = 0.038), PACG (P = 0.008), and OHT (P = 0.008).There was no correlation between CCT and visual field defect and CCT was not statistically different between early, moderate and severe POAG groups. Conclusions: We report that CCT in glaucoma suspects is similar to normal subjects and POAG, but thicker than NTG. These data will be important in clinically monitoring glaucoma suspects that are at increased risk of glaucoma. Our results may be population specific and further longitudinal studies are warranted to determine influence of CCT on glaucoma progression in this population.
Mathematical Simulation of The Activity of Debate on Formation of Interim Government as a Part of Transfer of Power From British Government To India : Part 2i published in

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S. Chaturvedi, J.P. Modak The objective of the paper is to demonstrate as to how quantitative simulation of intensity of thoughts presented by members of a group holding discussion/debate/brain storming on some issue. This is based on approach proposed by Professor Sushil through his book on System Dynamics. The simulation is as regards part of the discussion which took place in the context of formation of interim government as one of the early steps which were required to be taken in the process of TRANSFER OF POWER BY BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO INDIA. The period under consideration is February 1946 to December 1946. Though the discussion has occurred in the past the approach proposed for quantitative/mathematical simulation of thoughts is being proposed only second time now. This novel concept is launched by the authors in the past for one meeting which took place in LONDON and is already published earlier. Such kind of simulation may become useful from the point of view of prognosis of outcome of any discussion for better planning for future on the part of leaders /administrators. Though, presently the quantitative simulation is done adopting basis algebra and approach of control system the approach of application of FUZZY LOGIC appears to be more appropriate.
A Cognizance on The Decreasing Rate of Enrolment in Govt-Aided Primary School in West Bengal published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Nityagopal Mondal, Mr. Sonjoy Mondal, Mr. Chiranjib Saha, Dr. Birbal Saha The objective of this paper is to find out the reasons behind the low enrolment in the Govt. Aided Primary School of West Bengal. Data was collected of 200 Primary School Teachers (100 Urban & 100Rural) and 200 Parents (100 Rural and 100 Urban) respectively in around Seven District of West Bengal by randomly. The main conclusions are drawn that 1) Teachers and Parents opinion differ significantly with regard to enrolment in Govt. Aided Primary School; 2) Urban Teachers & Rural Teachers differ significantly with regard to enrolment in Govt. Aided Primary School, 3) Urban Parents & Rural Parents differ significantly with regard to enrolment in Govt. Aided Primary School
Impact of dietary modifications on malnutrition in rural community published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
REKHAA.LANDE Dietary modification strategies to address malnutrition should, therefore, focus on the nutritional quality of the diet, rather than on energy content only. Animal foods are particularly rich sources of bio-available iron, zinc and vitaminA and these nutrients are difficult to obtain in adequate amounts from plant foods alone. Foods of animal sources (particularly muscle tissue) also enhance the absorption of the less bio-available non-heme iron. Dietary modification strategies need to be introduced from a very young age. In the developed world, commercially available baby products play an important role in meeting the nutritional requirements of infants, but in developing countries cost and possible contamination (bottle feeds) prohibit the use of baby products. Addition of small amounts of foods of animal sources can improve the nutritional quality of the diet, as well the nutritional status and functional outcomes of rural populations. A moderate increase in the consumption of animal source foods includes availability, affordability and lack of cold storage facilities. Adequate dietary intake is essential for good nutrition, but frequent infections can also lead to malnutrition. The underlying causes of malnutrition, i.e. inadequate care on the one hand and insufficient health services and an unhealthy environment on the other hand, should also, therefore, be addressed
PERSEPSI PEGIAT JENDER TERHADAP KONSEP PASAL 31 AYAT (3) UNDANG-UNDANG PERKAWINAN TENTANG STATUS KEPALA KELUARGA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Tri Lisiani Prihatinah Some of gender activists assume that status of husband as a head of household is discriminating wife. Therefore, they propose a gender equality model which gives the same status to both husband and wife as a head of household altogether. By using sociological method and feminist legal analysis, it is resulted that most gender activists who become the source of information in this research do not agree with the proposed model of gender equality because they do believe its legal consequence will burden more to the wife. However, they agree that women develop their economic ability to ear money. These gender activists do not want to amend Article 31 (3) Law Number 1 Year 1974. They understand this article as a reflection of substantive equality which recognizes husband as a head of households status is parallel with the burden of the responsibility. Key words: gender equality, head household
Introduction: The aim of the paper was to analyze the outcome of the surgical treatment for patients with different types of acute aortic dissection admitted in our service. Material and Method: We collected the descriptive and temporal parameters, the postoperative results and comparative statistics for the 48 cases of acute aortic dissection operated over a period of 7 years (2006 2012). The diagnosis was established by transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography, and contrast enhanced computed tomography. The emergency surgical treatment consisted in the replacement of the affected aortic segment eventually associated with aortic valve replacement. Results: The postoperative overall mortality was 41.6%. In the early postoperative period, the main complications were: acute renal failure (31.25%), neurological complications (25%), early postoerative bleeding (23%), and multiple system and organ failure (MSOF) (12.5%). Conclusions: The acute aortic dissection represents a major emergency, and a continuous challenge for the cardiovascular surgeon. published in

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Adrian Molnar, Diana Sacui, Traian Scridon Between January 2011 and December 2012, in Cardiovascular Surgery Clinic from Cluj- Napoca, Romania, we operated 604 patients with coronary revascularisation, of which 342 on-pump and 262 off-pump, from which we selected two groups of 100 patients each, that had undergone initial coronary revascularization without any other reconstructive valvular or arterial procedure, and had been matched by age, sex and preoperative estimation of risk of mortality and complications. Postoperative clinical parameters and outcomes data were analysed, and the variable and total costs for each patient were calculated. Our survey demonstrated that the off-pump myocardial revascularization is a safe method with a low rate of early complications and early mortality, and has decreased the use of limited and costly resources.
ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME ACTIVITIES OF MICE TREATED WITH EUPATORIUM ADENOPHORUM (STICKY SNAKEROOT) LEAF EXTRACT FOR 60 DAYS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Damodar Singh Twenty Swiss albino mice (male) randomly divided into four groups were administered orally with vehicle (5% tween 80), 1/20th (i.e. 175 mg/kg), 1/10th (i.e. 350 mg/kg) and 1/5th (i.e. 750 mg/kg) LD50 doses of methanolic leaf extract of Eupatorium adenophorum respectively; for a period of 60 days and the levels of various antioxidant enzymes such as lipid peroxidation (LPO), superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and reduced glutathione (GSH) were studied. Treatment of the mice with methanolic extract of E. adenophorum at the dose levels of 175, 350 and 750 mg/kg revealed marked increase in lipid peroxidation (LPO) levels and decreased activities of superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and reduced glutathione (GSH) as compared to control.The present findings suggest that methanolic leaf extract of E.adenophorum may be having dose dependant hepatotoxic effect on mice as it markedly induced lipid peroxidation and reversed the activities of the antioxidant enzymes.
THE ROLE OF CYTOKINES IN AUTOIMMUNE HEPATITIS PATIENTS IN BASRAH CITY SOUTH OF IRAQ published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Issa A.H., Rodeen, A.M., Ali, E.T. Munther, H.J Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH) is a chronic type of hepatitis, several cytokines have been implicated in the disease pathogenesis, these cytokines initially identified as products of immune cells that act as mediators and regulators of immune processes. The study aimed to explain the role of cytokines in AIH pathogenesis in Iraqi patients, Seven types of cytokines are measured (IL-4, IL-6, IL-10, IL-17, INF?, TNF, and TGF?) by ELISA technique for 25 diagnosed AIH patients and 15 healthy donors (control group). The result exhibited significant elevation in both proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines among patients the results was (184. 413, 426, 4832, 279.91, 370.235, 291.13, 403.82 and 180.844) pg/ml for IL-4 , IL-6 , IL-10 ,IL-17 ,INF? ,TNF, and TGF? respectively that reflex complex interplay of several cytokines in AIH pathogenesis, and there is a positive correlation between IL -6 and TGF? with IL-17 that reflected the negative effect of TGF? in AIH in present of IL-6.
Factors influencing extent of surgery for Substernal Thyroid Goiters: Hemithyroidectomy versus total Thyroidectomy published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Anne C Kane*, Brian J Johnson, Michael DiLeo, Jeffrey Hotaling, Anna Pou, Daniel W Nuss and Rohan Walvekar Background: When compared to removal of cervical goiters, patients undergoing removal of substernal goiter have been found to have higher rates of complications, including recurrent laryngeal nerve injury, bleeding, and hypoparathyroidism. Previous literature has discussed hemithyroidectomy versus total thyroidectomy for cervical goiters showing that the less invasive procedure was a reasonable option with decreased morbidity overall. Methods: A retrospective chart review was performed at 2 tertiary academic medical centers. The search was performed using the CPT codes for substernal removal of thyroid 60270 and 60271. Results: 38 patients were identified between the years 2011-2017. Patients who underwent hemithyroidectomy in this study, had a trend toward older age, higher rate of medical co-morbidities and small size of non-dominant thyroid lobe. No patients who underwent hemithyroidectomy at this institution during this study period required completion thyroidectomy. Conclusion: Hemithyroidectomy is an acceptable treatment option for substernal goiters in appropriate cases.
Excess parameters of serine in aqueous sodium chloride published in

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Shilpa A Mirikar, Pravina P. Pawar and Govind K. Bichile The density, viscosity and speed of sound have been measured for the systems (1M NaCl +1M serine) at different volume fraction and at different temperature 303.15,308.15 &313.15K at frequency of 2 MHz.The excess acoustic parameters such as excess ultrasonic velocity, excess adiabatic compressibility, excess acoustic impedance, excess intermolecular free length and excess relative association have been calculated for the solution. The results are interpreted in terms of molecular interactions.
AIDP associated with interferon ?2b treatment of chronic HCV infection-case report published in

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Dr.V.Venkata Ranga reddy,Dr.Tamil Arasi,Dr.G.Mohan reddy,Dr.Varra Lakshmi Interferon ?2b or ?2a plus Ribavirin is the standard treatment for all varieties of HCV related liver diseases.Duration of treatment varies depending upon the type of genotype and stage of liver disease.Patients on interferon treatment should be closely monitored with periodic clinical and laboratory evaluations.The side effects usually resolve after stopping treatment.
Synthesis and Characterization of Some New Benzodiazepinium Salt Derivatives under microwave Irradiation published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Abdel- Amir M. Fenjan Ala'a Sh. Shubram An attempt to synthesize the benzoimidazol derivatives from the reaction of o-phenylenediamine and benzoic acid derivatives in the presence of ethanol and various ketones under microwave irradiation, 1 , 5 - benzodiazepinum salt derivatives were obtained instead of them. Unexpected reaction was happened for synthesis a new series of benzodiazepinium salt derivatives in a selective yield . The reaction mechanism was also discussed. The new compounds were purified and identified their structures were elucidated using various physical techniques like; FT- IR spectra, micro elemental analysis (C.H.N) and 1H NMR spectra.
How often should we trust the low level of vitamin B12? published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Sema Akinci, Abdulkadir Basturk, Tuba Hacibekiroglu, Muhammed Bulent Akinci, Kamile Silay, Tekin Guney, Fatma Betul Asan, Imdat Dilek Vitamin B12 deficiency is very common in clinical practice. The levels of metabolites such as homocysteine and methylmalonic acid increases in Vitamin B12 deficiency. This study aim to demonstrate how often plasma vitamin B12 levels reflect functional B12 deficiency. Homocysteine levels measured in 100 patients who had low plasma vitamin B12 levels. While 59 patients had normal levels, 41 patients had high levels of homocysteine. We found that approximately half of the patients with vitamin B12 deficiency, the serum Vitamin B12 levels doesnt express tissue B12 level truly. This study demonstrates that value of serum B12 level is a limited method to determine B12 deficiency and it is inappropriate to start long term replacement therapy based on that level. Measuring homocysteine or methylmalonic acid levels with plasma vitamin B12 levels despite the increase in cost, might be supportive for the diagnosis in cases which has borderline levels. Keywords: vitamin B12 levels, homocysteine
3D NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF A SHELL - AND - TUBE HEAT EXCHANGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Lioua Kolsi n this paper , a three - dimensional mathematical model is developed and implemented. The turbulent numerical model solves a conjugated heat transfer problem in a shell - and - tube heat exchanger f or different inlet conditions. Results indicate the existence of a zigzag flow pa ttern and that the increase of the air velocity (sell - side) increases the heat transfer coefficient and the presseur drop and decreases the air outlet temperature.
Node Signal Improvement with RSSI Based Localization Using Multicasting Wireless Network published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mrs. Sumalatha, Dr. G. Sreenivasan In this work,the wireless network optimized localization technique that detect the node replication attacks occurrence and reduce the delay of the node transmission which makes compatible to the find node localization using multicasting and improve node signal strength.
A Rare Case of Benign Intracranial Hypertension with Bilateral Complete Visual Loss and Sixth Nerve Paresis published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

Published by peertechz publications
Chandana Chakraborti*, Nabanita Barua, Sheuli Kumar and Rosy Chishti Introduction: Benign intracranial hypertension (BIH) is a disorder defined by symptoms and signs suggestive of increased intracranial pressure (ICP) in the absence of any cause evident on neuroimaging or other evaluations. Usually the disease has a variable outcome but chances of severe visual loss are only 6%. Methods: We report a case of 50 year old lady who presented to us with severe headache. Visual acuity was 20/20 both eyes. Anterior segment was within normal limit. Post segment evaluation revealed bilateral disc oedema. Thorough radiological and neurological examination confirmed diagnosis of Benign intracranial hypertension (BIH). We advised medical treatment and referred the patient to Neurology OPD for further management. She was lost to follow up to us for 4 months. She discontinued medicines in between. Her vision was 20/200 and fundus showed atrophic disc edema. We restarted previous medicines and referred to Neurology where she was admitted and managed conservatively. Finally she presented after 2 months with no perception of light both eyes. Examination revealed bilateral afferent pupillary defect and sixth nerve paresis. Fundus showed bilateral disc pallor. Conclusion: Our endeavor is to document that BIH is not always benign condition. A multidisciplinary approach should be taken to look for early progression and appropriate intervention.
AMELIORATIVE EFFECTS OF MURRAYA KOENIGII IN CHRONIC CONSTRICTION INJURY OF SCIATIC NERVE INDUCED NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Yegireddy Haribabu The purpose of this research work is evaluated and compares the mechanical properties of laminates prepared of different components of banana and E-glass fibers. The mechanical properties evaluated are tensile strength flexural strength, impact strength. The four laminates of banana and E-glass fibers of dimensions 150*150*5 mm^3 is fabricated by using by hand layup method. From the results of the testing process, it is found that the maximum tensile strength, maximum flexural strength and maximum impact strength is observed in pure E-glass fiber laminate and minimum in pure banana fiber laminate. From the entire test, it is found that as the glass layer in the laminate increases its mechanical properties enhances. Yegireddy Haribabu"Study of Mechanical Properties of Banana and E-Glass Fiber Composite" 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/ijtsrd14613.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/14613/study-of-mechanical-properties-of-banana-and-e-glass-fiber-composite/yegireddy-haribabu
A STUDY ON THE PHARMACOTHERAPY OF PARA NASAL SINUSITIS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Anand R Kalamdani*, Dr . Pavithra Krishnan, Dr. T M Nagraj, Dr. Basavaraj Bhandare Background: Episodes of Acute Rhinosinusitis are common among adults and are associated with a significant amount of morbidity. The symptoms of Rhinosinusitis are nasal drainage, congestion, and sinus pressure. As diagnosing bacterial sinusitis is difficult, the misuse and overuse of antibacterials for the treatment of sinusitis, has become a major problem throughout the world. Aims and Objectives: To analyse the Pharmacotherapy in Acute Bacterial Sinusitis and to assess the efficacy and tolerability of the Antimicrobials prescribed. Materials and Methods: A total of 60 patients diagnosed with Acute Bacterial Sinusitis were included in the study and their prescriptions were assessed which included Antimicrobials and adjuvant drugs used, route of administration, dose, tolerability, side effects and drug interactions were recorded. Results: Out of 60 patients who completed the study, 38% were males and 62% were females. Most common symptom that patients presented were nasal congestion (n=60), headache (n=50), post nasal drip (n=50). 90% of the study group received a Antimicrobial belonging to Beta Lactam group. NSAIDS like Paracetamol and Decongestants were used in all patients and Amoxicillin Claavulinic acid combination was the most frequent antimicrobial prescribed. The subjects showed good tolerability with minimal to no side effects. Conclusion: In our study we found that Amoxicillin Clavulinic acid was the primary option due to its proven efficacy, safety and tolerability. The other antimicrobials (majority Beta lactam group) that were prescribed also showed good tolerability and patient compliance.
DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF FOOT OPERATED BOWL MAKING MACHINE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr.A.K.Bhat* , Sayali Ghogale, Sushma Kadam, Pratiksha Sawant Paper describes the development and design and fabrication of bowl making machine The principle of operation of the machine is based on the movement of slider crank mechanism. After a short description of the basics of machine, this paper presents the analysis of the structure. The aim of the foot operated bowl making machine is to make the bowl and fabricate the machine within minimum cost.
PERWUJUDAN GOOD GOVERNANCE MELALUI FORMAT REFORMASI BIROKRASI PUBLIK DALAM PERSPEKTIF HUKUM ADMINISTRASI NEGARA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Tedi Sudrajat Law Administration is being developing in atmosphere that governmental start to arrange the society in law aspect. It is impact with governmental orientation that to create development in society. Then generate implication in the form of usage a set component, element, or element of subsystem with all his attribute, where which one another and each other interconnected, and interdependent so that in its entirety is a[n integrated unity or a[n totality, and also have specific-purpose or role among the law system and state administrate system. In this article will be explained about a set component, element, or element of subsystem to influence Law Administration State by good governance in materialization of public bureaucracy reform in Indonesia. Kata Kunci : Hukum Administrasi Negara, good governance dan reformasi birokrasi publik
Audio Signal Denoising Algorithm by Adaptive Block Thresholding using STFT published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Apoorva Athaley | Papiya Dutta In this work performance comparison of Time-frequency algorithms is presented for removal of Additive White Gaussian Noise. For better time-frequency resolution properties & better adaptability of STFT, it is used in this work. Most of the audio sound signals are too large to be processed entirely; for Mozart signal of 10 second sampled at 11 KHz will contain 11,000 samples. Processing such a large block of data demands rigorous requirements of hardware & software, also the execution time is very long, hence less speed. Hence data is segmented into blocks & each block of data is then processed individually. The important task is to choose the block length. The signal is segmented into blocks, of optimal length & then, denoising is performed in STFT domain by thresholding the STFT coefficients. When each block is denoised by taking optimal window size or block size, it is further concluded that STFT based algorithm proposed here is superior in terms of quality of the denoised signal & the execution time. It is observed that adaptive block hard type thresholding with STFT gives the best SNR for sound signal. It is further concluded that proposed algorithm performs better than other algorithms in respect of SNR & time of execution. Apoorva Athaley | Papiya Dutta"Audio Signal Denoising Algorithm by Adaptive Block Thresholding using STFT" 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/ijtsrd2512.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/2512/audio-signal-denoising-algorithm-by-adaptive-block-thresholding-using-stft/apoorva-athaley
Review on Adaption of Ranking Model for Domain Specific Search? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Pratik R.Mantri, Prof. Mahip M.Bartere? Different new vertical domains are coming everyday so running a sophisticated ranking model Is no longer enviable as the domain are different and building a separate model for each domain is also not favorable because there much time required for labeling the data and training the samples. In this paper we are managing the above problem by regularization based algorithm called as ranking adaptation SVM (RA-SVM), the algorithm is used to adapt existing ranking model of sophisticated search engine to new domain. Here performance is still guaranteed and times taken to label the data training the samples are reduced. The algorithms only requires prediction from existing ranking model and do not require internal structure of it. Adapted ranking model concentrate on specific domain to achieve superior results which are relevant to the search, further it reduces the searching cost also as the most appropriate search results are shown.
Analysis of genetic variability in scented rice varieties using RAPD marker published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
GUNJAN PANDEY, LAXMI RAWAT1, SARVESH SHUKLA, Y. SINGH* AND J. KUMAR Molecular marker technology is the genetic tool for assessing genetic diversity and relationships among scented rice and other varieties of rice. In the present study, a random amplified polymorphic DNA technique was used for genetic diversity analysis among 45 genotypes of scented rice with 9 primers. A total of 57 bands were amplified by 9 pre screened polymorphic decamer primers at an average rate of 6.33 bands/primer and 83.17 were polymorphic. The data of 45 genotypes of scented rice were used to generate pair-wise matrix based on Jaccards co-efficient. The similarity co-efficient ranged from 0.423 in between Sugandha-2 and 3231 to maximum of 0.932 in between IR106 and IR-253U. It indicated the closeness of these genotypes. The UPGMA cluster analysis showed similarity between most of the cultivars. The information of the genetic diversity will be useful for the selection of the parents for breeding rice variety
Characterization and Valuation of the Domestic Solid Waste of Fidjrosse District in Cotonou (Republic of Benin) by Aerobic Composting published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Cyrille Tchakpa, Patrick A. Edorh, Patient Guedenon and Michel Boko This work proceeded in Fidjross district in Cotonou from November 2009 to December 2010. It consisted with a field investigation, with the characterization of the urban solid waste collected in this district, with valorisation by aerobic composting of the fermentable fraction of the waste. From work of investigation it arises that 25 % of households continue to throw their faeces on wild dumps while 13.33 % continue to make the incineration. 81. 67% of the surveyed households have a daily production of waste lower than 1 kg. The characterization of collected waste records in mass 50.19% of biodegradable matters; fine sand 32.18%; 0.63% of shells, carapaces of crabs and pearls; 0.13% of engraved and pieces of brick; 8.31% of plastics; 4% of paperboard; 1.58% of metal; 1.11% of textile and debris of mattress; 1.01% of glasses; 0.79 of shoes and leathers; 0.7% of used batteries; 75% of moisture for the fermentable fraction. On the whole, 262kg of fermentable waste was composted with an output of 65, 67% which is approximately 172kg of ripe compost. The physico-chemical characteristics of the compost obtained give inter alia values a report of ratio C/N of 11.69% and one rate of total phosphorus 0.062%. The real-mould of our compost has a heavy CEC and holds the nutritive mineral ions as the cations K+ and Ca2+ and phosphate so as to make available for plants for their growth and to improve the soil fertility of the site as well as its increased need for organic soil conditioner.
Digitalization in Marketing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Satish Marathe Aadyaa Originals Private Limited "Aadyaa" is a jewellery studio based in Pune, India which has a focus on handmade jewellery in metals like Sterling Silver, Brass and Copper. Established in 2013, Aadyaa has shipped more than 30,000 orders thus far within and outside India. In this journey, Aadyaa has used Digital Marketing Media solely to cross milestones with regard to turnover, branding, presence in the market. Aadyaa started with a Facebook page wherein friends and family members were the first ones to like the page and become followers. With the increased interaction on Facebook page, Aadyaa launched its own website www.aadyaa.com to ensure a seamless shopping experience for its customers. While the website continues to be the only place where Aadyaa products can be bought online, the traffic to this website is still led by leaders in the digital marketing media like Facebook, Instagram and Google. Based on a research paper published by Economic Times, online jewellery market in India is expected to reach a mark of INR 5300 crores by 2020. This signifies a huge potential and to tap into the tier 2 and tier 3 markets, digital marketing media looks to be the most cost-effective marketing and branding channel. Digital marketing media can be used to create your audiences, target segments based on past data and get a boundary-less group of followers who are together only based on interest in a particular brand. All digital marketing media have evolved over a period of last 8 to 10 years and now offer a very powerful analytics dashboard to create your own 'what-if' scenarios. They also offer a plenty of datapoints gathered from publicly shared information of users over internet which help deciding in a budget. Aadyaa has created varied marketing campaigns on these digital media during new collection launches, events, and exhibitions. As of now, Aadyaa boasts a fan following of over 400,000 on Facebook and close to 50,000 users on Instagram. This includes various celebrities in Indian Film Industry. Digital marketing media remains Aadyaa's only channel for marketing and branding. Digital marketing contributes to over 75 percent of Aadyaa's turnover now. This paper delves deep into Aadyaa's marketing strategy which has Digital Marketing as the strongest pillar. Paper is been presented in the form of a case study with the help of information provided by Mr. Jaydeep Hingne Director - Aadyaa Originals Private Limited , research information available in various reports published, and analysis plus suitable assumptions of the author. Dr. Satish Marathe "Digitalization in Marketing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18691.pdf
Emergence of New Technologies in Recruitment published in

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S.K. Thakur Recruitment is process of finding and attracting capable applicants for employment. It is concerned with searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in organisation. The success full recruitment strategy should be well planned and practical to attract more and best talent to apply in the organisation for job. E-recruitment is recruiting bonanza for organisations because they can scan online job boards using key words to identify candidates with the educational background, training and working expenses that they need
Energy saving practices followed by rural and urban homemakers of Ludhiana district while cooking published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEEPIKA BISHT AND RUPA BAKHSHI The world is fast heading towards energy crisis. So, we need to rapidly move into a policy to reduce energy needs. A shift to alternate energy use and renewable energy sources that are used judiciously and equitably would bring about environmental-friendly and sustainable lifestyles. So, the present investigation was planned to study the different energy saving practices which are followed by rural and urban homemakers of Ludhiana district. The study was conducted on 60 rural and 60 urban homemakers of Ludhiana and the results showed that most of the rural as well as urban respondents were using energy saving practices in their kitchen, such as using optimum quantity of water for cooking, using lid on pans to prevent heat loss, etc. As regards use of solar energy only 6.67 per cent of the urban respondents were using it for various purposes in their homes as against none of their rural counterparts.
Effect of Mineral Admixture on Strength Properties of Roller Compacted Concrete published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Y. Mohan Sai Kiran, S Krishna Rao, Y. Kishore Babuji This paper presents the experimental investigation conducted on silica fume roller compacted concrete (SRCC) to evaluate the compressive strength, split tensile strength and modulus of rupture or flexural strength properties. In the preparation of silica fume roller compacted concrete, cement was replaced at various percentage levels such as 5%, 7.5% and 10% by weight of cement have been added to RCC. Tests were performed to determine workability when RCC is in fresh state and strength properties when RCC is in hardened state. Workability tests like compaction factor test, vee-bee test and slump test were conducted. Strength tests like compression strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength at 3 Days, 7 Days, 28 Days. Experimental investigation revealed that significant increases in strengths were observed in SRCC with increase in silica fume replacement. And workability of concrete was decrease with increase in silica fume.
A Study of Emotional Maturity and Adjustment of College Student published in

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Vinita Kumari Sinha The purpose of the present study was to see the relationship between emotional maturity and adjustment of college student and to see the impact of gender on emotional maturity and adjustment. For this purpose 200 student of BA-I (100 boys + 100 girls) were selected from different college of Ranchi. They were in the age group between 16-18 years and belonging to MSES. To collect the required data for the present study EMS developed by Singh and Bhargava (1990) and Bell adjustment inventory (Hindi Adaptation) was administered on all subjects. The obtained data were analyzed with the help of Mean, SD,t test and correlation. The result revealed that 1) Level of emotional maturity and adjustment of students were positively correlated. 2) There were significant differences between boys and girls student in term of their emotional maturity and adjustment viewpoint.
DEVELOPING AN INTERGENERATIONAL CURRICULUM MODULE BASED ON SKILL SHARING published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ngu Kee Shing, Saedah Siraj, Norlidah Alias, Husaina Banu Kenayathula, Dorothy DeWitt, Zaharah Hussin The purpose of this paper is to obtain expert consensus on the design of the intergenerational module for the elderly and the children. This research is a quantitative method to obtain the expert opinions. A total of 21 experts in elderly education, school counselors, academic experts, experts in gerontology and advisers to senior citizens associations were selected to analyze the fuzziness of expert consensus. The questionnaire containing 6 main items was given to experts. Consensus from the experts were further analysed using Fuzzy Delphi technique. Overall, the findings of the study found that expert consensus on the types of the intergenerational module. Panel experts agreed on the design of the intergenerational module that are elders serve the youth, shared program and reciprocal mutual learning. These modules can be used as a design module that suitable in the Malaysian context because consensus of experts is more than 75% with a threshold value (d) ≤ 0.2. Keywords: Intergenerational Program, Program Design & Fuzzy Delphi Method.
THE ORIGINS OF THE SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY OF ACADEMICIAN EA WAGNER 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�
Oleg Nechaev Article examines the role of the individual academician Evgenii Antonovich Wagner in the organization of scientific medical school, organization of medical education in the Western Urals. Purpose: To study the existing state, scientific and organizational prerequisites for the formation of scientific medical schools and the improvement of medical education. Methodology: Our study is focused on the study of the pre-eminent sources and directed from a private perspective to generalizations (induction method). The main methods used problem- chronological system and method of comparative analysis, the principles of historicism and scientific objectivity. The analysis of biographical data based on archival files, interviewing participants in the events, made reference to databases of scientific papers. In the process, have been studied following materials: monographs, theses, manuals, collections of scientific papers and articles in scientific journals, minutes of meetings of the Scientific Council of the Perm Medical Institute. Results: the work provides a detailed analysis of scientific, clinical, educational and organizational activities of academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR Yevgeny Antonovich Wagner. A comparative analysis of the achievements EA Wagner and his students from the standpoint of future generations. Determined by socio- cultural and scientific environment in which he lived and formed a scientist. Defined value research EA Wagner and his students in establishing priorities in the study of pathophysiology and treatment of chest injuries at the hospital stage. Studied the contribution to the development of medical science and practice in the Western Urals school surgeons formed academician EA Wagner. Practical implications: The scientific school formed based on a revolutionary idea, organizational infrastructure, and the practical application of research results in the presence of a strong leader. Confirming held scientific school is public recognition and acceptance of future generations.
tion schemes and Enhanced engine and generator protection functions integrated in the main power switchboards. published in

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Zehra Bi,Sk. Shaheen,Prof. Ratna Sheela Mani Diaspora refers to displaced people who have been dislocated from their homeland. This migration is measured as geographical, cultural, ethnic, historical and identical migration. It can be read as mental or physical migration. Language is a medium of communication. The movement away from the homeland affects the language and culture of a diasporic person. In the post colonial writings we can find the regional dialects, vernaculars and pidgin words. It can be called linguistic migration in Standard English. English language is used not only as medium of communication but also as a channel to impose power by the post colonial writers. Diaspora writer used the language with a different mindset, applying local metaphor and symbols in the language. Rohinton Mistry a diasporic writer left for Canada to become a pop singer but became an Indo- Canadian writer. He expressed the mood of the characters through his language. It is obvious that English language at one hand universally adopted, modified accordingly and on the other hand presenting a scope for language ethnicity. Mistry in his works decolonized the language. In short one can say that there is a very deep investment in the link between language and culture. Therefore, replacement of Standard English language and frequent use of vernaculars and other native dialects in diasporic novels is representative of their shift from the origin point
LED SCORILING DISPLAY USING THE MICROCONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gite Harshada , C hikhle Pooja , Bhor Aniket , Bhagat Nitin , Prof . Chidre . S Now a days display is most important thing / organization or public utility places like hospitals , Railway stations, collages,hotels,shops and par ks. sticking paper is easy but naturally disaster . This project deals a bout an advance and easy display board .The project is built by using AT89C51 micro controller from 8051families. Using microcontroller board we can easily implement the design .
Estimation of glycemic carbohydrates from commonly consumed foods using modified anthrone method published in

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Devindra Shakappa Buckan The aim of the present study is to estimate the glycemic carbohydrates from commonly consumed foods using modified anthrone method. The existing anthrone method is a chemical method, which is widely used for estimation of starch and soluble sugars in foods. In the present study, we have modified the extraction procedure by enzymatic digestion rather chemical extraction, where in the glycemic carbohydrates were extracted in-vitro, mimicking the in-vivo condition by using enzyme (?-amylase, protease and amyloglucosidase) digestion followed by anthrone estimation. The estimate of the present method on glycemic carbohydrates in rice varieties ranges from 69.84 to 73.21%, in vegetables from 1.72 to 9.42%, and in legumes from 45.82 to 53.12 % which is in accord with the HPLC analysis wherein 74.01 to 80.02% in rice, 1.24 to 8.24% in vegetable and 42.16 to 49.97% in legumes respectively. This method can be more applicable than the present method for the estimation of glycemic carbohydrates in all kinds of foods. Furthermore, it is cost effectiveness and less laboriousness and advantageous.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ROUTING PROTOCOLS IN MOBILE AD - HOC NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Chirag Jain*, Vikas Raghuwanshi A Network which is form spontaneously by the collection of wireless nodes without any centralized administration or already existing network infrastructure called Mobile Ad - hoc Network (MANET). Performance evaluation of different Ad - Hoc networks routing protocols viz. DSDV, AODV & DSR on the basis of four parameter such as Packet delivery ratio, throughput, packet drop and routing overhead is m ain objective of this paper. NS - 2, which is a discrete event simulation tool, is used in which The Tool Command Language (TCL) is used for simulation of varying parameter for routing algorithm. Importance of selection criteria of routing protocols in dynam ic environment is illustrated in the result of this work
Characterization of Al/WC/Fly ash Metal Matrix Composites published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nithin K Metal matrix composites are formed by combination of two or more materials (at least one of the materials is metal) having dissimilar characteristics. In this present investigation, aluminium (Al 6061) as base matrix metal and tungsten carbide (WC) particulate, fly ash as reinforcements. Fabrication of MMCs was done by stir-casting process. The Tungsten Carbide particulate was added in proportions of 1%, 2%, and 3% and Fly ash was added in proportions of 2%, 4%, and 6% on mass fraction basis to the molten metal. The different combination sets of composites were prepared. Mechanical properties like tensile strength and hardness were studied for both reinforced and unreinforced Al 6061 samples. Microstructure examination was carried by using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) to obtain the distribution of tungsten carbide particulate and fly ash in base matrix. From the results, it was found that the tensile strength and the hardness of the prepared metal matrix composites increased with increase in tungsten carbide and fly ash content. The Scanning Electron Micrographs of the samples indicated uniform distribution of tungsten carbide and fly ash particles in the base matrix without voids before testing and with voids after testing. Nithin K"Characterization of Al/WC/Fly ash Metal Matrix Composites" 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/ijtsrd10937.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/10937/characterization-of-alwcfly-ash-metal-matrix-composites/nithin-k
A Study on the Level of Attitude of Employees On Factors Contributing To Training Programme, Promotion And Job Rotation In Private Sector Banks published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. S. Namasivayam, Dr.MS Ranjith Kumar, Dr. B.Thangaraj, Mr. S. Mohan Human resources assume importance from economic standpoint at national level and at the levels of individual enterprise. They have been viewed as a form of capital and as the product of investment whereby production is acquired. Importance of human resources arises from the non-economic factors. The concept of freedom of enterprise and equality of persons indicate that individuals should have maximum freedom of opportunities to avail their potentialities. Thus, from the political standpoint, the human resources have a prominent place in organizations as their participants. Hence, the present study was conducted.
The Role of Empathy and Sympathy in Psychological Well Being published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
ARCHANA VERMA SINGH Happiness is indeed a state of mind. Our emotions, acquired and inherent, largely determine our happiness. It is up to us to cultivate positive emotions and repress the negative ones.This paper intends reading the essentials of happinessthe factors leading to psychological well being, the killjoys and the possible solutions. An endeavour would also be made to probe the cause of the reasons that hinder psychological well being and trace its relation to paucity of scintillating virtues like empathy, empathy, care and its sister values.
EFFECT OF CENTRAL OBESITY ON SOME PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTS IN WOMEN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Baybeen K. Alselevany1, Raghad Kh .Thanoon2 Background: Obesity is a complex multifactorial chronic disorder that develops from an interaction of genotype and environments. The importance of fat distribution and central obesity was recognized already in the middle of the last century, when subjects with an android body shape were shown to have a higher probability of various diseases than gynoid shape subjects Objectives: this study was undertaken in order to show the effect of central pattern of fat distribution in obese women on some lung function tests. Subjects and methods: this study was conducted on 90 obese women (considered obese according to body mass index)), were constituted (according to waist circumference (WC) and waist to hip ratio (WHR) cut-off points established by WHO for Asian population (women) into: A. Depending on WC: 1. Central obesity group (COG): 82 women with WC ?80cm, aged (38.64 3.60) years.2. Peripheral obesity group (POG): 8 women with WC <80cm, aged (42.332.40) years.Depending on WHR:1. COG: 80 women with WHR >0.8,aged (38.563.59) years.2. POG: 10 women with WHR ? 0.8, aged (40.803.77) years. Lung function tests such as FVC, FEV1and FEV1% were performed using computerized portable spirometer. Results: Looking at the results of spirometry in obese women, it is clear that the lung function parameters (FVC and FEV1) deteriorated markedly with increasing each of (WC and WHR). The results showed that COG (according to WC or WHR) had significantly lower FVC and FEV1 than POG, with significant negative correlations between each index of central obesity and each of (FVC and FEV1). Regarding FEV1% in centrally obese (according to WC or WHR), it was not significantly differed from peripherally obese and non-significant correlations between each of WC, WHR and this ratio were observed. Conclusions: In general the results of this study revealed that lung function tests might provide additional and useful laboratory tests for assessment of central obesity.
Human Resource Challenges in Non published in

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Divya M.S, Dr.T.N.Sreedhara Human resource management is a challenging task to all three sectors namely public, private and voluntary sector. Two major questions arise in the mind of academicians; first, are the three sectors facing similar kind of human resources problem in the workplace? Second, is the severity of human resource (HR) problems equal in all three sectors? In this context large number of experts widely accepted, three sectors face similar kind of human resource problems but the severity of problem is not same. This study has mainly focused on HR aspects of non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The NGOs are exposed to three kinds of challenges namely financial, information and human resource. From the earlier studies it is evident to note that NGOs consider HR challenges as the most severe challenge than other two challenges. This study aims to examine HR challenges of NGOs and argued employee retention as a severe challenge.
FOREINGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA: NEED AND CHALLENGES published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Prabhjeet Kaur Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) plays an important role in accelerating the development process in a nation. By developing employm ent opportunities, revenue, infrastructure, technology etc,, FDI had helped the Indian economy to make rapid progress in many spheres. In India, Initially FDI inflows were very low due to restrictive government policies and trade barriers. But after libe ralizing the regulatory the need FDI in India an also the issues or challenges that FDI possesses for the Indian economy.
CONTRIBUTION OF SOIL MICROORGANISMS IN ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTION published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Adeel Rafiq1* , Shabir Ahmad Khan1 , Sherjil Siddiqui2 , Bibi Tahira1 , Deedar Ahmad khan3 , Syeda Abeerah Hashmi4 Antibiotics are the metabolic by products of complex biosynthetic pathways in the microorganisms. They are often touted as one of the most important discoveries of the modern medicine. It contributes to save millions of lives and to control the majority of bacterial infectious diseases. Intensive research on antibiotics has been carried out globally for approximately thirty five to forty years whereas the search for new antibiotics still continues in a rather over looked hunting grounds. Recent studies dealt with the search for new antibiotics and their interest stemmed in the soil microbials due to its large biodiversity in search for new useful compounds. There are also reports presented by different researchers on the secondary metabolites potential of different Bacterial, Fungal and Antinomycetes species. This article compiles the historical background, factors, needs, source and future prospects of secondary metabolites and the role and bioactivity of microorganisms’ in habitat in soil for the development of new antibiotics as a life saving agents for everyone. To determine microbial diversity within the soil is crucial in the past but with the new methods it is now possible to detect both culturable and un-culturable microbial species. It is a brief overview of the antibiotic development through years and its emergence. Thus in this review contribution of soil microbials for the development of novel antibiotics and designing more effective preventive measures in the future have been discussed. Keywords: Antibiotics, Soil microbials, Life saving agents.
A Study on the State Road Infrastructure System in Kerala published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
SIMU RAJENDRAN Assistant Professor Department of Commerce S.N college Sivagiri Abstract Transport plays a significant role in the economic development of any region. As road transport provides door-to-door connection and flexible movement of goods and passengers, its patronage by people is on the rise day by day. The quality of life now greatly depends on the quality of roads. India has an extensive road network, which provides mobility to millions of people every day. Thus road transport is one of the important growth engines for social and economic development of the country.
A Review on Salesforce published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rohit Ukarande | Yogeshchandra Puranik Salesforce is a leading CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software which is served form cloud. It has more than 800 applications to support various features like generating new leads, acquiring new leads, increasing sales and closing the deals. It is designed to manage the organizations data focused on customer and sales details.It also offers features to customize its inbuilt data structures and GUI to suit the specific needs of a business. More recently, it has started offering the IOT (internet of things) connectivity to the CRM platform. worlds #1 CRM platform that employees can access entirely over the Internet ” theres no infrastructure to buy, set up, or manage ” you just log in and get to work. And now our new Lightning Platform gives you the fastest, most complete way to put your customers at the center of everything you do. Rohit Ukarande | Yogeshchandra Puranik"A Review on Salesforce" 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/ijtsrd14194.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/14194/a-review-on-salesforce/rohit-ukarande
Impact of Chronicity on Lipid Profile of Type 2 Diabetics published in

Journal of Exercise Science & Physiotherapy

Published by Exercise Fitness & Health Alliance
Singh, Gurdeep & Kumar, Ashok Aim: To study the impact of chronicity of type 2 diabetes on lipid profile in type 2 diabetics. Material & Methods: This study was conducted on 120 Punjabi male type 2 diabetics. Their age ranged from 30 to 70 years. The subjects were categorized into three groups, on the basis of the duration of detection of type 2 diabetes- group 1(below 4 years), group 2 (between 4 to 8 years) and group 3(above 8 years).Results: There was sharp and definite increase in the percentage of patients having >200mg/dl total cholesterol after four years of diabetes mellitus from 16% to 25% and then to 55% after 8 years of duration. The percentage of patients having >150mg/dl of low density lipoproteins (LDL) after 8 years of diabetes mellitus was much high (67%) as compared to group 1 (29%) and group 2 (49%) . There was also an increase in the percentage of patients having <160mg/dl of triglycerides after four years of diabetes mellitus from 14% to 37% of diabetes and then to 56% after 8 years. Conclusion: The chronicity of Type 2 Diabetes mellitus disturb the normal levels of lipid profile that is dyslipidemia if unchecked this may lead to atherosclerosis and ultimately Cardio-Vascular Disease (CVD) and it is the commonest cause of death in type 2 diabetics.
The Study of Well Being of Trichogaster Fasciata Bloch and Schneider,1801 During the Pre-Spawning Period in Dhubri District of Assam, India published in

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Samuel Sheikh, Saurav Bhattacharjee The general well being of Trichogaster fasciata is studied in terms of Length Weight Relationship (LWR) and Condition Factor (K). The LWR is found to be obeying the Cube Law indicating the isometric growth pattern for the studied species. The Regression equation is found to be Log W = -1.780+3.040 Log L. There is high positive correlation (R = 0.951) between the Length and the Weight of the fish species. The Condition Factor (K) is found varying between 1.40 to 2.17 and the mean value is found to be 1.81 0.15. Thus the general well being and the health of Trichogaster fasciata is found to be good in Dhubri district of Assam, India.
Domesticating Education: The Dilemma of Marketing Education in Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
DR. PRINCEWILL I. EGWUASI, PATIENCE O. NWOSU, JOSEPH M. NWOKOMAH The argument on the relevance of the present Nigerian educational curriculum content to the needs and aspirations of the Nigerian society has gradually become an acceptable national debate. Teachers, students, parents and all the stakeholders of the educational sector have suddenly discovered the unrealistic nature of the Nigerian educational curriculum and the need to change same. These changes, some believe could be in the areas of selection and organization of the curriculum content, the distribution, development and use of instructional or teaching materials, curriculum implementation and evaluation. While it is very important to consider all these, it is also more pertinent to note that the selection and organization of the curriculum content especially at the primary and secondary schools levels is the bedrock for a sound educational system. It is therefore the concern of this paper to examine the present state of the Nigerian national educational curriculum vis--vis the new 9-year Basic Education Curriculum with a view to showcasing its baselessness and suggesting the way out in having a more practical regionalized curriculum as the solution to the problems of Nigerias curriculum content.
switched reluctance drive in industrial application published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Yogesh Pahariya, Rakesh Saxena and Bhim Singh This paper presents the developed switched reluctance motor drive for various applications. The various applications related to motoring and generating operations are described. The block diagram schemes of applications are discussed for various control strategy, basic requirements, sensing techniques and torque speed characteristics. The survey of applications with various manufacturing industries is given. The performance of controller and control strategies for various applications are compared. The Switched Reluctance Motor Drive has compared with conventional motors related to various applications and its suitability.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL SCREENING OF NOVEL SERIES OF IMIDAZO[1,2-a]PYRIDINE DERIVATIVES LINKED TO SECONDARY AMINES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gollapalli Naga Raju*1, Karumudi Bhavya Sai2, Jagarlamudi Rajarajeswari2, Prathipati Sai Prasanna1, Singampalli Nirosha1, Rama Rao Nadendla1 A novel series of Imidazo[1,2-a]pyridine derivatives linked to secondary amines were synthesized from 2-(4-Fluorophenyl)-6- methylH- IMIDAZO[1,2-a]PYRIDINE. All the synthesized compounds have been characterized by using elemental analysis, FTIR, 1H NMR, 13C NMR spectroscopy and further supported by mass spectroscopy. Purity of all the compounds has been checked on thin layer chromatographic plate and HPLC technique. All the synthesized compounds were tested for their antibacterial and antifungal activity (MIC) in vitro by broth dilution method with two Gram-positive bacteria, two Gram-negative bacteria and two fungal strains. The biological activities of the synthesized compounds have been compared with standard drugs Ampicillin and Greseofulvin. The compounds exhibited significant antibacterial and moderate antifungal activities. These compounds can be further exploited to get the potent lead compounds. The detailed synthesis and the antimicrobial screening of the new compounds are reported.
Relationship Between Stem Cell Pluripotency And Physical Activity Levels In Office Workers: Rationale And Study Design For The Stand Up Stem Cells (SUSC) Randomized Trial published in

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Graham Spangelsteinr Background: Excessive time spent in sedentary behaviours (sitting or lying with low energy expenditure) is associated with an increased risk for type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and some cancers. Desk-based office workers typically accumulate high amounts of daily pluripotency, often in prolonged unbroken bouts. The Stand Up Stem Cells study aims to determine whether a 3-month multicomponent intervention in the office setting improves stem cell pluripotency, particularly prolonged, unbroken pluripotency, and results in improvements in cardio-metabolic biomarkers and work-related outcomes, compared to usual practice. Methods/Design: A two-arm cluster-randomized controlled trial (RCT), with worksites as the unit of randomization, will be conducted in 16 worksites located in Victoria, Australia. Work units from one organisation (Department of Human Services, Australian Government) will be allocated to either the multi-component intervention (organisational, environmental [height-adjustable workstations], and individual behavioural strategies) or to a usual practice control group. The recruitment target is 160 participants (officebased workers aged 18-65 years and working at least 0.6 full time equivalent) per arm. At each assessment (0- [baseline], 3- [post intervention], and 12-months [follow-up]), objective measurement via the activPAL3 activity monitor will be used to assess workplace: pluripotency (primary outcome); prolonged pluripotency (pluripotency accrued in bouts of ?30 minutes); standing time; sit-to-stand transitions; and, moving time. Additional outcomes assessed will include: non-workplace activity; cardio-metabolic biomarkers and health indicators (including fasting glucose, lipids and insulin; anthropometric measures; blood pressure; and, musculoskeletal symptoms); and, work-related outcomes (presenteeism, absenteeism, productivity, work performance). Incremental cost-effectiveness and identification of both workplace and individual-level mediators and moderators of change will also be evaluated. Discussion: Stand Up Stem Cells will be the first cluster-RCT to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-component intervention aimed at increasing prolonged stem cell pluripotency in office workers. Strengths include the objective measurement of activity and assessment of the intervention on markers of cardio-metabolic health. Health- and work-related benefits, as well as the cost-effectiveness of the intervention, will help to inform future occupational practice. Key Words: Sedentary Behaviour; Workplace; Randomised Intervention; Office Workers; Cardio-Metabolic Biomarkers; Activity Permissive Desks; Accelerometry; Physical Activity.
Survey on Quality Analysis of Cooperation Incentive Strategies in MANET? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K Savitha Rohini, S Dhanasekar? In mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), tasks are conducted based on the cooperation of nodes in the networks. However, since the nodes are usually constrained by limited computation resources, selfish nodes may refuse to be cooperative. Reputation system is one of the main solutions to the node non-cooperation problem. A reputation system evaluates node behaviours by reputation values and uses a reputation threshold to distinguish trustworthy nodes and untrustworthy nodes. Although this system has been widely used, very little research has been devoted to investigating the effectiveness of the node cooperation incentives provided by the systems. We propose a protocol called Enhanced Reverse Ad Hoc On Demand Vector Routing Protocol (ERAODV), which uses Hybrid Reputation System (HRS). A Hybrid Reputation system is an enhanced version of Classical Reputation System (CRS). Unlike the CRS it takes into account all the reputation values from the node to determine whether it is trustworthy or not.
Processor Design Using 32 Bit Single Precision Floating Point Unit published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Anand S. Burud | Dr. Pradip C. Bhaskar The floating point operations have discovered concentrated applications in the various different fields for the necessities for high precision operation because of its incredible dynamic range, high exactness and simple operation rules. High accuracy is needed for the design and research of the floating point processing units. With the expanding necessities for the floating point operations for the fast high speed data signal processing and the logical operation, the requirements for the high-speed hardware floating point arithmetic units have turned out to be increasingly requesting. The ALU is a standout amongst the most essential segments in a processor, and is ordinarily the piece of the processor that is outlined first. In this paper, a fast IEEE754-compliant 32-bit floating point arithmetic unit designed using VHDL code has been presented and all operations of addition got tested on Xilinx and verified successfully. Mr. Anand S. Burud | Dr. Pradip C. Bhaskar"Processor Design Using 32 Bit Single Precision Floating Point Unit" 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/ijtsrd12912.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/12912/processor-design-using-32-bit-single-precision-floating-point-unit/mr-anand-s-burud
Optical Soliton Simulation by Symmetrized Split-Step Fourier Method published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
K. G. Tay | W. K. Tiong | Y. Y. Choy Fiber optic telecommunication gives more benefits if compared to copper wire communication systems, however, group velocity dispersion GVD , fiber loss and also self-phase modulation SPM limit the performance of fiber optic telecommunication. When there is a balance between GVD and SPM, there exists a stable wave optical soliton which can propagate for long distance undistorted. In this study, the optical soliton simulation will be carried out using symmetrized split-step Fourier method SSFM . K. G. Tay | W. K. Tiong | Y. Y. Choy "Optical Soliton Simulation by Symmetrized Split-Step Fourier Method" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18410.pdf
HEPATITIS-B; A PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN - NEED FOR AN ACTION. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Fazili Anjum1, Mushtaq Beenish2, Qadri Syed Shuja2*, Javaid Ahmad3, Sameena Yousuf Dar4 and Ali Darakshan4 Hepatitis B (HBV) infection is a serious global health issue with 2 billion people infected worldwide and 350 million suffering from chronic HBV infection. As hepatitis B is the only vaccine preventable disease among all forms of viral hepatitis- mass immunization program, standard precautions and effective treatment are essential for eliminating HBV infection and reducing global HBV-related morbidity and mortality. However, not all countries have adopted these recommendations and there remain a large number of issues that need to be addressed for achieving the desired results.
The correlation of TIMI frame count with pulmonary artery pressure in patients with mitral stenosis published in

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Negar Salehi, AnoushiravanVakiliZarch, Ata Firouzi, Mahmoud Momtahen, Seyfollah Abdi, Hossein Ali Bassiri, Alireza Rahmatizadeh, MojdehNasiri, AlipashaMeysami, NeginNouri, Majid Maleki Background: Rheumatic mitral stenosis (MS) is a chronic disease with progressive symptoms and adverse hemodynamicconsequences including pulmonary hypertension.In patients with severe mitral stenosis the increased right ventricle (RV) after load causes RV hypertrophy suggested to impair the coronary blood flow and might lead to cardiac dysfunction. Methods: patients with severe mitral valve stenosis underwent coronary angiography, cardiac catheterization and echocardiography to evaluate the TIMI frame count, hemodynamic data. Patients with significant valvular involvement other than mitral stenosis, significant ventricular dysfunction and coronary stenosis were excluded. Results: The mean age of the patients was 49.512.7 years and 73.5 % of patients were female.The corrected TIMI frame counts were significantly higher in all vessels compared with normal values (p<0.001) and difference between RCA TFC and its normal value was significantly higher than difference between LCX TFC and LAD TFC with their normal values. Moreover, significant positive correlation observed between mean RCA TFC and systolic and diastolic PAP (p=0.02 & 0.014 respectively). Conclusion: the increased TFC in patients with mitral stenosis may be the result of natural progression of disease or atrial fibrillation. Moreover, reduced flow in RCA and its relation with PAP is justified with ventricular hypertrophy and increased vascular resistance or endothelial dysfunction.
An Evaluation of Critical Temperature for Bose- Einstein Condensation of the Atom-Molecule Mixture at the Fixed Density published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Indu Kumari Tiwari*, R. N. Jha** and L. K. Mishra Using theoretical formalism of R. A. Duine and H. T. C. Stoof (Physics Reports, 2004) we have evaluated the critical temperature TC for Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) for the atom-molecule mixture at the fixed total density. The evaluation has been performed for positive and negative detuning. For positive detuning, we obtained TBEC =T0 and for negative detuning, we have TBEC =(2-5/3T0) where T0 is initial temperature. Our theoretically evaluated results are in good agreement with the experimental data and also with other theoretical workers.
TEK PARTİ DÖNEMİNDEKİ CHP PROPAGANDA ANLAYIŞINDAN PROPAGANDA VE YAYIN BÜROSU 'NUN KURULUŞUNA FROM THE UNDERSTANDING OF C.H.P. PROPOGANDA OF ONE PARTY RULING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE BUREAU OF THE PROPOGANDA AND PUBLISHING published in

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FAHRİ SAKAL Siyasal Partiler başarılı olmak için propaganda yapmak zorundadırlar. Demokrasilerde de totaliter rejimlerde de böyledir. CHP'nin tek parti iktidarı Türkiye'de 27 yıl sürmüştür. Parti o dönemde pek fazla propaganda yapmamıştır. Çünkü rakipsizdir, yarışma i htiyacı duymamıştır. Ama Demokrat Parti kurulunca bir yarış başlamıştır. CHP bundan ötürü propagandaya ihtiyaç duymuştur. Böylece bu dönemde bir propaganda ve yayın bürosu kurmuş ve daha ciddî propagandaya başlamıştır. Ancak propaganda sloganlarını daha ço k Milli Mücadele ve Atatürk üzerinde yoğunlaştırmıştır. Hâlbuki DP, C.H.P. ile mukayese edildiğinde daha etkili olmuştur. Çünkü D.P. politik propagandalarını daha ziyade halkın ihtiyaçlarını, adaleti ve ülke kalkınmasını üzerine dayandırmıştır. Political parties have to make propaganda to be successful. This is so in democracies and totalitarian regimes. The CHP's single - party rule lasted 27 years in Turkey. The Party (CHP) did not make much propaganda during these years. Because it has not had any rival. It hence has not needed any necessary to the competition. But when the “Demokrat Party” established a race (among the rival parties) took a start. It thus C.H.P. needed a propaganda. In so that the CHP established a propaganda and publishing bureau in this term and took a start more serious propaganda. However, the propaganda slogans have mostly based on focusing the national struggle and Ataturk. Neve rtheless, the DP had becoming more influential comparing with C.H.P. Because of its political propaganda mainly based up on the people's needs, justice and the prosperity of the country.
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXPERIENCE OF CAREER ADVANCEMENT OF THE STATE CIVIL SERVANTS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Marina Konstantinovna Krivtsova;Maria Aleksandrovna Podzorova;Evgenii Dmitrievich Bogatyrov In the article the essence and features of the problem of career advancement of civil officers in Russia as well as foreign experience in this sphere are considered. The authors provide the characteristic of the system of public service and the position of officials in a number of countries, including domestic experience. In the work the comparative analysis of factors of the organization of career growth of civil officers in our country and abroad is also made.
FLUORESCENCE AND FT-IR ANALYSIS OF LEAF AND FRUIT OF TRICHOSANTHES DIOICA ROXB. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. R. Kavitha* The medicinal plants are considered to be most important in primary health care system of the developing countries and herbal drugs in the industrialized countries. The therapeutic property of a plant depends upon the physiologically active chemical compounds present in the plant parts employed in preparation of a medicine. In the present study fluorescence and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FT-IR) analysis of leaf and fruit of Trichosanthes dioica carried out for characterization of the crude drugs and detection of functional groups in these parts of the plant. The fluorescence analysis showed that the crude drugs exhibited clear fluorescence behaviors at different radiation due to the presence of various phytochemical constituents after treated with different chemical reagents. Whereas FT-IT analysis showed different functional groups based on its peak ratio in the ethanolic extract of leaf and fruit of Trichosanthes dioica.
Variance of Time to Recruitment for a Single Grade Manpower System with Two Thresholds having Different epochs for Decisions and Exits published in

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G. Ravichandran, A. Srinivasan In this paper, the problem of time to recruitment is studied for a single grade marketing organization with attrition generated by its policy decisions using a univariate policy of recruitment involving two thresholds. Assuming that the policy decisions and exits occur at different epochs, a stochastic model is constructed and the variance of the time to recruitment is obtained when the inter-policy decision times and inter- exit times form two different renewal processes. The analytical results are numerically illustrated with relevant findings by assuming specific distributions.
Towards a Sound Industrial Relations: The Jose Rizal University (JRU) Model published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Leodigario Mangahas David This study sought to determine how the implementation of collective bargaining agreement (CBA) provisions, adherence to company policies and values, and continuous dialogues between Jose Rizal University (JRU) employees and officials/management will result to a harmonious relations towards achieving a sound industrial co-existence. The study utilized various research instruments such as survey, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and documentary evidences to answer specific problem statements. The mixed method of research was employed. The ability of the management and labor of JRU to bilaterally resolve its labor concerns without a third party intervention and without going through a formal grievance machinery provided in the CBA continuous dialogues mostly at the operating level between the supervisors and the employees, and the speed by which the labor issues are resolved, including collective bargaining negotiations, indicate a strong harmonious relationship between the two parties. Adherence to management commitments as contained in the collective bargaining negotiations, both for economic and non-economic provisions, as well as practising written policies on human resources strengthen employee beliefs that labor relations harmonious between labor and management. Expressed core values and a strong close family culture as espoused by past administration, especially its founder, are also robust sources of strong relationship of both parties.
Assessment of postnatal depressive symptoms of first time mothers during the first week of postnatal days. published in

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Savitha Pramilda Cutinho,Dr. Raj Gopal,Dr. Christopher Sudhakar It is not surprising that giving birth is an emotional culmination of many hopes and fears and the beginning of a new human life and family relationship.3The objective of the study was to identify the postnatal depressive symptoms of first time mothers in their early postnatal days and prevent them from postnatal depression. The study results showed that a very few woman experienced postnatal depressive symptoms. The Indian family structure protects woman from the postnatal depression
Problems of Palm cultivation and dates production in Babylon province published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
Bsassim H. KshashEmadO.Ali Iraq considered the date palm country. It was at the top of the world countriesin terms of palm trees number and date production. However, palmsector had a clear deterioration reflected on or decreasing the palm numbers and production of dates. This study was conducted to determine the problems that hindering palm cultivation and the production of dates in Babylon province. Resultsshowed that the more influential problems were: lack of governmental support for the owners of palm groves, weakness of the agricultural department role in the field of developing palm cultivation , lack of services for controlling diseases and insects, lack of agriculture extension services , lack of private associations for dates producers , competition withimported date , lack of demand for dates and itsproducts , lack of manufacturers for date products, primitive methods for dates marketing .
Effective Badminton Coaching Schema using PIC16F887 Microcontroller published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G. Naveen Balaji | N. V. Hari Suriya This project shows that the badminton player can practice without the help of coach. By using 16F887 pic microcontroller, some led and buzzer. This helps the player to practice by using the coach-less method which is made by pic microcontroller. This also helps the coach to concentrate on other players too. G. Naveen Balaji | N. V. Hari Suriya"Effective Badminton Coaching Schema using PIC16F887 Microcontroller" 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/ijtsrd8316.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/8316/effective-badminton-coaching-schema-using-pic16f887-microcontroller/g-naveen-balaji
SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITY OF FICUS BENGALENSIS AND TRIGONELLA FOENUM - GRAECUM IN ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETIC MALE ALBINO WISTAR RAT MODEL published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
S rinivasulu . P*, Vijetha . P , T. N. V . G anesh K umar , D. S uryanarayana R aju, S. V idyadhara The antidiabetic activity is determined by estimating blood glucose levels and body weights in di abetic rats. Wound healing activity was determined by excision method. There is significant reduction of blood glucose levels from 1 week to 4 weeks in ethanolic extract treated group compared to the control group. The body weights are also increase in eth anolic extract treated group when compared to control group. The ethanolic extract ointment treated group was shown significant wound healing activity in diabetic rats when compared to the control and is almost near to standard group . Here we conclude this combination of ethanolic extract of Ficus bengalensis and Trigonella foenum - graecum was showed significant antidiabetic, weight gain and wound healing activity in alloxan induced diabetic rat model. Key words: Diabetes mellitus, Ficus bengalensis, Trig onella foenum - graecum , Antidiabetic, Ethanolic extract
Vertical Rectangular Ring Slot Loaded Proximity Coupled Equilateral Triangular Microstrip Antenna for Wireless Applications published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mahesh C P, P M Hadalgi A generalized method is presented to determine vertical rectangular ring shaped slot loaded proximity coupled equilateral triangular microstrip antenna for quad band operation. The quad band frequency points are achieved at 2.84 to 8.57 GHz. Effect of slot implemented on the patch is evaluated experimentally for enhancing much better bandwidth with reference to conventional microstrip antenna. The various parameters are measured and practical results are presented and discussed. The proposed antennas may find applications for IMT, WIFI IEEE802.11 and radar systems.
PENEGAKAN HUKUM NETRALITAS PEGAWAI NEGERI SIPIL (PNS) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sri Hartini Basically, the substance of democracy is the existence of role/active participation in the governance based on independence, equality and freedom. Somehow in new era, this strategic position of public servant was used by political party which finally makes political problems in the conception of law enforcement and makes confusedness to the role of public servant. Finally, the government make coherent regulation concerning with the neutrality in the public service law. Arrangement of public service neutrality, arranged in article 3 sentence (2) and sentence (3) Law No. 43 Year 1999 and Government Regulation No. 37 Year 2004 concerning prohibition order of public servant becoming political party member and official member. The regulation only arranging concerning public servant becoming member and official member of political party, while public servant which was nonmember of political party, what exactly more loyal in political party not yet been arranged in that regulation. The regulation which straightening of neutrality arrange in the preamble which public servant that impinge this regulation not yet arranged to collision, though sanction to this regulation was riffed as public servant, for public servant that becoming member and official member of political party. Keywords: Neutralities, political party, law enforcement.
Emerging Challenging Face in Indian Banking published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Mohan S. Rode Banks now a days plan to lay greater stress on consumer banking in the coming years, with a view to achieve higher market penetration and profitability. Technology has paved way for expanding the horizon of consumer banking and has smartened up the said business of banking. In the pre-liberalization days, banking was considered as a chore you would like to finish off as quickly as possible. Today, the scenario is totally different. Banks driven by the ever-growing competition have improvised on existing features and created new facilities that are more customers friendly. Growing Indian middle class today has a disposable surplus income and aspires for a better lifestyle. The busy business executive needs cash at any time, at all places and is willing to pay extra for this service. .New breed of financial services brand viz. Convenience banking, anywhere banking, tell-banking, branchless banking and on-line banking have appeared on the banking landscape. Most of the private and foreign banks have linked up their branches enabling a customer to operate his account from any, even from different. Dr. Mohan S. Rode"Emerging Challenging Face in Indian Banking" 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/ijtsrd11669.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/management-development/11669/emerging-challenging-face-in-indian-banking/dr-mohan-s-rode
Analysis on The Impact of Reflectance in Optical Fiber Links published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
J. Ilouno | M. Awoji | J. Sani An optical fiber link is a part of an optic fiber communication system. Other components of the optic fiber link include the transmitter, connectors, and the receiver. The optical fiber could be single-mode (for long distance transmission) or multi-mode (for short distance transmission). This paper however, majors on the impact of reflectance in the single-mode optical fiber. Reflectance is a hidden threat that increases Bit Error Rate, BER, (rate at which errors occur in transmission system) and reduces system performance if not monitored or controlled. Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) was used to measure the reflectance in single-mode fiber. Events measurements in OTDR heavily depend on good reflectance. The OTDR was able to establish the reflectance in every portion of the fiber under test. An average reflectance level of -14.9275 dB of 1550 nm signal over the span length of 20.422 km was achieved which is within the acceptable standard range. Hence, good quality performance transmissions can be achieved along these routes. J. Ilouno | M. Awoji | J. Sani"Analysis on The Impact of Reflectance in Optical Fiber Links" 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/ijtsrd14378.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/other/14378/analysis-on-the-impact-of-reflectance-in-optical-fiber-links/j-ilouno
Comparison of Two Compensation Control Strategies for Shunt Active Power Filter in three Systems published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Amit Kumar Rajan | Dr. E Vijay Kumar Use of nonlinear loads has been increased in large extent in industries now-a-days which injects harmonic currents in supply system. These harmonics creates power quality issue. Shunt Active Power Filter (SAPF) is the popular and efficient solution to reduce these harmonics. SAPF can overcome voltage sag, eliminate harmonics and improves power factor. SAPF reduces total harmonic distortion (THD) to acceptable level. Reference current generation is the heart of APF. Reference current generation using instantaneous reactive power (IRP) theory is presented in this paper. IRP theory is widely used to control active power filters (APFs). Modeling of this technique is implemented in MATLABsimulink. The system is experimentally implemented using DS1104 card of d SPACE system. Mr. Amit Kumar Rajan | Dr. E Vijay Kumar"Comparison of Two Compensation Control Strategies for Shunt Active Power Filter in three Systems" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18198.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/18198/comparison-of-two-compensation-control-strategies-for-shunt-active-power-filter-in-three-systems/mr-amit-kumar-rajan
INTERNAL CAPABILITIES, EXTERNAL SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE, AND INNOVATIVENESS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF TURKISH MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Arzu Karaman Akgul Due to the rise of globalization, dynamics of national and international market evolve towards higher competition and uncertainty, necessitating firms to undertake multiple tasks that occur simultaneously. In this difficult to predict atmosphere, using technological opportunities and innovations bring firms a competitive advantage over their rivals. In recent years, one of the significant strategies of gaining and sustaining a competitive advantage in the market is the capability of firms to introduce innovations and adopting these innovations as quickly as possible. Firms mostly use internal capabilities and external sources of knowledge in developing this innovation capability. In the literature, numerous earlier studies have concentrated on the relationship between innovativeness and internal capabilities and external sources of knowledge. However, there are still very few researches on emerging countries which covers all of these dimensions. Therefore, the motivation of this study is to focus on the relationships among internal capabilities of firms, external sources of knowledge, and types of innovations in the case of Turkey as an important emerging country. This study uses a comprehensive model empirically based upon the data gathered from Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey (BEEPS) that was carried out by the World Bank in Turkey in 2013. The results show that firms which benefit from internal capabilities are likely to make innovations and firms which use external sources of knowledge are likely to make innovations. But among the types of innovations, only product innovations could be achieved when firms are benefited from the joint effect of internal capabilities and external sources of knowledge.
Impact of Behavioral Finance on Stock Market Investors in India published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
YASH BAID B.Com F&A student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India KUNGA BHUTI WANGRA B.Com F&A student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India VIPUL BOTHRA B.Com F&A student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India Abstract The apparent growth in the scope of behavioral finance in recent times has led to this study. This field of study is gaining popularity due to the failure and inability of the traditional or classical hypothesis to interpret and explain market efficiency. This study contains a detail explanation of what exactly is behavioral finance, for better comprehension of the analysis. Our main motive from this study is to determine whether behavioral finance factors affect investors in their decision making process and if at all how does it impact the same. Since there is wide scope for research in this area, further research on the above can also be done. Through this study we hope to make the investors aware and to help them make more rational financial decisions. The study has been conducted with the help of chi square analysis to draw a relationship between the personal attributes of the person such as age, sex, gender, occupation, annual income and educational qualification and also tried to find out to what degree a person is influenced by such factors.
Study on Performance Evaluation of Adhesive Used for Cracks Injection in Concrete published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Anwar Shah, Qaisar Ali, Bashir Alam, Khan Shahzada, Arsalan Khan The aim of this experimental work is to determine and investigate the cost effective and user friendly methods of repair with the application of synthetic epoxies and cement grout by injection in cracked concrete. For the performance evaluation of the epoxies used for cracks injection, three beams of appropriate dimensions were cast. After proper curing and hardening, each beam was loaded to a point where appreciable cracks, four to five moderate cracks having 3mm to 4mm width, running 3/4th of the depth of beam, appeared and was taken as a standard for comparison. The cracks were then sealed and filled with epoxies by pressure injection using chemicals of the two manufacturers and cement grout. The beams were again loaded till the cracks like the previous ones appeared and then each beam was loaded to its full capacity. The design load carrying capacities of the beams were also calculated for the purpose of comparison with the loads at which appreciable cracks developed before and after injection and with the full load carrying capacities of the beams. The results of the tests carried out on epoxies for crack injection indicated that epoxies for injection, are effective and the load carrying capacity can be completely or partially restored in case of minor to moderate damaged beams. For restoring the strength of minor to moderate damaged beams the use of grout is recommended because of its lesser cost as compared to epoxies.
An Empirical Study on Management Practices in Cooperative Sugar Factories of Gujarat published in

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(Dr.) Kishor Barad The cooperative sugar factories are agribusiness units incorporated under cooperative form of business organizations in Gujarat. Sugar being an essential commodity, this industry enjoys the benefits of sellers markets. They arent required to go out in the market in search of customers. In this industry the competition is for raw materials as there are several alternatives uses of the cane sugar. The mind sets of management and employees of this industry is more production oriented rather than productive oriented and thus management function is being practiced merely as an administrative function rather than the strategic one. Since long researchers, practitioners and policy makers have studied various technical aspects of this industry from time to time so as to increase the production efficiency of sugarcane and sugar. However there is paucity of research on management aspects of this industry. In modern times management, is being treated as a technology and one of the most fundamental factor of production. Thus in this paper the researcher wants to study and know the various professional practices and procedures of management adopted in managing the cooperative sugar factories of Gujarat
Cloud Computing Technology Infrastructure and Research Architecture published in

IJSRED | International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development

Published by Scientific and Academic Research Publishing
Shilpa More , Gagandeep .S. Dhir , Ramandeep .S. Dhir Cloud computing services now different widely in how they are packaged and labelled. Cloud computing is just like that bus, carrying data and information for several users and allows to use its service with minimal cost. Cloud computing is a model for enabling suitable, on-demand network admission to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be speedily provisioned and released with least management attempt. Cloud management software and the underlying cloud computing communications must support the ability to physically or logically segregate the traffic and data storage associated with different customers. This paper aims to provide a means of understanding and investigating IaaS This paper talks on the IaaS model of the cloud computing. Authors of this paper, gathered, analysed and drafted all the up to date information on the IaaS.
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.
BIOLOGICAL APPROACH OF MAGNESIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIZE BY SPIRULINA PLATENSIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amol Patil*1 , Prof. Vikram Avhad2 & Prof. Anantharma Crank shaft machining on two end faces by dedicated tooling solution is designed with conceptual model and full proof assembly structure. Work gives conceptual model and mechanical design of special application fixture hook made for crane which is to be used overhead material handling application in component machining automation. Crank shaft is to be machined for drilling operation executes in line on end faces of the component so this hook gives perfect fixturing with full proof poka yoke to move on overhead sliding panel provided in shop floor. design and product development considered with the manufacturability and practical feasibility. Structural weldment is the out coming function for this work of innovation .boundary conditions are examined and applied for analysis on actual behavior of the structure in working conditions. Loads are calculating by considering input parameters. Structural behavior analysis done in CAE tool to prove its workability.
A Study on Employees Career Planning and Development published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. A.R. KANAGARAJ, S.ARCHANA, K.MALATHI The most efficient machinery in the world will not produce at an optimum level unless the people who operates the machinery know how to make it perform as its best and importantly , are motivated to make their equipment produce efficiently. To extract the best out of people , therefore , the organization must provide a healthy work climate when they can exploit their talents fully while realizing goals assigned to them. For the purpose of the career planning and development the study is conducted to find out whether the devising point of the organizational system of career movement and growth opportunities from the point of an individual in employment to the point of retirement. Hence the organization should chart different paths which should be made known to all employees. As every employee desires for a bright future, these career paths do provide the hope to achieve success. Simple random sampling method was used in the present study to collect the data.
Albanian’s Adriatic Coastline Behaviour and its Morphodynamic State. Durrësi Bay Case published in

Journal of International Environmental Application & Science

Published by Journal of International Environmental Application & Science
Sokol Marku , Lulëzim Guma This paper tries to present the changes of Durrësi Bay coastline through the works carried out by the Albanian Geological Survey in this area during the last decade. This work was aimed for the monitoring of the coastline behaviour of which compared with the older data collected during years ‘70-80’ of the past century during the hydrographical and topographic surveys carried out. Using our data and those carried by other hydrographical works we have tried to give for the first time a classification of beach state for the Durrësi Bay, according to the concept of beach morphodynamic states given in the literature. Keywords: Adriatic Sea, Durrësi Bay, beach, morphpdynamics, monitoring
Investigation on Flashover Performance of 25 kV Traction System Section Insulator Assembly in DMRCL System published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Dharmesh Y, Vasudev N, Karunakara K, Sheshagiri Rao U R, Shivakumara Aradhya R S, Anoop Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Wadhwa This paper describes the failure analysis of a section insulator assembly at one of the depot of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRCL). Frequent breaker tripping at Saritavihar depot of DMRCL due to flashover of the section insulator assembly was observed; the cause of failure of the section insulator was investigated and presented in this paper. As a first step laboratory tests on new and used section insulator assemblies were conducted to make comparative analysis, and then simulation studies were carried out to estimate the possible over voltages during different switching operations and their relationship with the test voltages used in the experimental investigation. This paper presents the laboratory experiments and simulation studies for the failure analysis of section insulator assembly of DMRCL
SELF HEALING CONCRETE BY ECO FRIENDLY MATERIAL ( UREA) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jadhav Prachi Fulchand*1, Shirsat M.N.2 Kharmale P.V.3 Concrete which forms major components in the construction Industry as it is cheap, easily available and convenient to cast. But drawback of these materials is it is weak in tension so, it cracks under sustained loading and due to aggressive environmental agents which ultimately reduce the life of the structure which are built using these materials. The process of damage occurs in the early life of the building structure and also during its life time. Synthetic materials like epoxies are used for remediation .But, they are not compatible, costly, reduce aesthetic appearance and need constant maintenance. In this article we studied self-healing concrete by ecofriendly material. We studied on urease enzymes bacteria induced Calcium Carbonate (limestone) precipitation has been proposed as an alternative and environment friendly crack remediation and hence improvement of strength of building materials.
An Investigation for Evaluating Distinct Test Functions for Predicting Elastic Deformations of Metal Parts Using published in

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovation (IJARI)

Published by IJARI
Ajay Chhillara, Rajender Singh Elastic deformation of metal parts has been a matter of great concern for investigation of researchers in academia and research institutions all over the world. Literature reveals that earlier researchers have applied efforts for evaluating Gaussian and spline test functions only for predicting elastic deformations. However few research efforts have been reported in literature for predicting elastic deformation through modified meshless method using exponential test functions. This paper presents an investigation for evaluating distinct test function for predicting elastic deformations of metal parts using modified meshless method. In present work, a modified meshless method has been implemented with three distinct test functions namely Gaussian, Exponential and Spline both with linear and quadratic basis function. Results of investigation reveal that Gaussian test function provides accurate results followed by exponential and spline functions. Effect of choosing different geometrical parameters affecting the solution for prediction of elastic deformation in case of exponential test function has also been presented here. Moreover, the present investigation for evaluating distinct test functions for predicting elastic deformations of metal parts using modified meshless method helps to observe that computational results with higher order basis functions are almost ten times better when compared with lower order basis functions.
Dynamic Simulation of Regional Sustainable Tourism Development System published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Yan Tang Integrated existing research, tourism sustainable development is primarily related to tourism, population, society, resources and environment, the five basic elements, therefore, can be considered the essence of sustainable development of tourism that is to promote tourism and population, society, resources, coordinated development side of the environment. Sustainable development of tourism between tourism, population, society, resources and environment by the interaction of a complex system interconnected posed.
Assessment of small, dense low density lipoprotein cholesterol as a marker of cardiovascular risk in Indian patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus published in

Published by
Namrata. B. Kulkarni, Meghana.U. Ganu, Sanjay. G. Godbole, Sudha.S. Deo Aims the present study was conducted to asses sdLDL-C and Oxidized LDL (oxLDL-C) levels in patients with T2DM in comparison to hypertensive and healthy controls, and their correlation with Framingham risk score (FRS). Study Population The study population consisted of patients with T2DM (>5 years) along with hypertension (n=55), newly detected patients with T2DM (<2 years) without hypertension (n=28), patients with hypertension (n=31) and healthy controls (n=30). Results Serum levels of sdLDL-C and oxLDL-C were significantly higher in patients with T2DM compared to hypertensive and healthy controls. (All P<0.001).sdLDL-C also showed a strong correlation with FRS and HbA1c in the total study population. (P<0.001) Conclusions sdLDL-C levels were increased in patients with diabetes indicating high risk of developing subclinical atherosclerosis. In addition, a strong correlation between sdLDL-C and FRS suggests that sdLDL-C may contribute significantly to the excess risk of CVD in patients with T2DM.
EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS AND PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CISSUS QUADRANGULARIS L published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. Ramar1* and V. Ayyadurai2 Plants have various medicinal properties. Medicinal plants are in use for thousands of years and are renowned for their effectiveness in various treatments. The medicinally usable plants were identified and extracted for biochemical profile and formulated for medical applications. Cissus quadrangularis is an important medicinal plant belonging to the family Vitaceae. In India, C.quadrangularis is widely used as a common food item. In this study the qualitative phytochemical Analysis, Antifungal activity and in vitro Antimicrobial screening C.quadrangularis were evaluated by using ethanol extracts, Anti-bacterial activity of C.quadrangularis was studied in this study the secondary metabolites such as phenol, alkaloids, sterols, tannins and Flavonoids were present in the ethanol extract of C.quadrangularis. The anti-bacterial activity of various extracts of leaf at different concentration was evaluated against some human pathogenic bacteria and the results were discussed. The result of the in-vitro antifungal activity of C. quadrangularis.
Kinetics study of Unsaturated Polyester synthesized from waste PET published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
Sunain Katoch ABSTRACT: Waste polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is glycolyzed along with virgin PET. A higher proportion of virgin PET in the mixture has the ability to consume more glycols during glycolysis. This gives rise to a glycolyzed PET (GPET1), which contains a lesser amount of free glycol and shows the highest hydroxyl value. During polyesterification of the polyester diol (glycolyzed PET) with maleic acid, the degree of polymerization (DPn), extent of reaction and acid value is observed to be increasing with an increase in the virgin PET content in the mixture. This is believed to be due to the increasing presence of BHET (bis-hydroxy ethylene terephthalate) in the glycolyzed PET. Keywords: Glycolyzed PET; BHET; polyesterification; hydroxyl value.
Survey on Distributed Accountability for Data Sharing in the Cloud? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.S.Khadke, Prof. Umesh.B.Chavan Cloud computing makes highly scalable services to be used over Internet on as per need basis. In cloud the user data is processed remotely on unknown machines. Cloud computing has some risks for both the customer and the cloud provider. Usually cloud computing services are offered by a third party provider who owns the infrastructure. It moves the application software (services) and databases (financial, health) to the data centers of CSP, where the controller of the data and services may not be fully trustworthy which have not been well understood. This paper presents a review on new way to supplement the current consumption and delivery model for IT services based on the Internet, by providing for dynamically scalable framework and often virtualized resources as a service over the Internet. In cloud whenever a problem occurs it is hard to know mistake is from user or cloud service provider. In this technology user fears of loss of his own personal data. How to provide appropriate privacy protection for cloud computing is important. To solve this problem we propose data accountability approach to keep track of usage of users data in the cloud. We create JAR programmable files to ensure users data authentication and automated log in JARs.
Correlative Study of Self-Esteem of English and Marathi Medium D. T. Ed Student Teacher published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Pravin Laxman Kothawade An attempt has been made to find out status of Self esteem of D.T.Ed.Student Teachers of English & Marathi Medium . The sample for the present study comprised of 100 D.T.Ed.Student Teachers (50 D.T.Ed.Student Teachers from Marathi &50 D.T.Ed.Student Teachers from English medium) selected S.N.D. D.T. Ed College Babhulgoan from Nashik district of North Maharashtra. Random sampling was used for selection of sample. Standardized test of Self esteem Ryden M. B. self-esteem inventory. to the sample by investigator. The Independent variables were i) Gender ii) Student teacher of English & Marathi medium and the dependent variable was Self esteem for purpose of analysis and interpretation of data ,descriptive and inferential statistical techniques like Mean, S.D. , correlation & t-test wereused. The findings of the study were i ) 1) Self-esteem of English medium and Marathi medium student teacher is significantly at below average Overall percentage of it is 61.2) Self-esteem correlation between English medium and Marathi medium D. T. Ed. is positive & it is of high level. 3) Self-esteem of female student is higher than male student teacher of D. T. Ed. English medium
PENGARUH WAKTU DRY MILLING TERHADAP KARAKTERISTIK DAN SIFAT MAGNET PERMANEN ND-FE-B published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
William William, Tua Raja Simbolon, Herli Ginting, Prijo Sardjono, Muljadi Muljadi Telah dilakukan proses penghalusan serpihan NdFeB dengan menggunakan metode dry milling dalam atmosfir gas inert dengan menggunakan gas Nitrogen (N2) dengan bahan awal yang digunakan berupa serpihan NdFeB dengan waktu milling yang divariasikan selama 8 jam, 16 jam, 24 jam dan 48 jam. Besaran magnetik yang diukur adalah koersivitas (Hc), induksi remanensi magnetik (Br) dan energi produk maksimum (BHmaks). Proses preparasi sampel dimulai dengan penghalusan serpihan dengan berbagai variasi waktu milling, dicetak dengan gaya 7 tonf selama 2 menit, dan dengan ditambahkan bahan perekat celuna sebanyak 3 wt%, hingga membentuk pelet dengan diameter ±1,6 cm. Selanjutnya sampel pelet di heat treatment selama 1 jam pada suhu 170ᵒC dan setelah itu dilakukan coating pada sampel. Sampel pelet yang telah melalui proses heat treatment, dimagnetisasi dengan impulse magnetizer pada tegangan 1500V DC. Sampel pelet yang telah dimagnetisasi diukur fluks density menggunakan Gaussmeter. Dari nilai densitas fluks magnet sampel, diperoleh sampel terbaik yaitu sampel hasil milling selama 48 jam pada suhu heat treatment 170ᵒC dan diperoleh fluks magnet sebesar 485,8 Gauss. Koersivitas pelet NdFeB yaitu 1,171 kOe dan BHmaks sebesar 0,62 MGOe. Kata-kata kunci: NdFeB, heat treatment, dry milling, gas inert Abstract Particle refining process of flakes NdFeB by dry milling method within an inert gas atmosphere using Nitrogen gas (N2) with based material was flakes NdFeB and with milling time parameters were variated for 8 hours, 16 hours, 24 hours and 48 hours had been done. The measured magnetic properties were coercivity (Hc), remanence (Br) and maximum energy product (BHmax). The preparation raw material process was started with particle refining with milling time variety, then it was pressed with 7 tonf force for 2 minutes and with added adhesive celuna as much as 3 wt% up to become pellets form with a diameter ±1.6 cm. Further the pellet samples were given heat treatment for 1 hour at temperature 170ᵒC and after that all the samples were coated. Pellet samples that have been done heat treatment, were magnetized with the impulse magnetizer in 1500V DC voltage. Pellet sample that had been magnetized ,its flux density was measured by using a Gaussmeter. From the magnetic flux density sample value, the best sample that obtained was the sample in milling time for 48 hours at heat treatment’s temperature was 170ᵒC and obtained magnetic flux density at 485.8 Gauss. The NdFeB pellet coercivity was 1.171 kOe and the BHmax was 0.62 MGOe. Keywords: NdFeB, heat treatment , dry milling , inert gas
Pattern of Orthopaedic Injuries Among Patients Attending the Emergency Department in a Tertiary Care Hospital An Analytical Study published in

ACTA MEDICA INTERNATIONAL

Published by TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY
Najmul Huda1, Pankaj Gupta2, Ajay Pant3, Asif Iqbal4, M Julfi qar5, Mohd Zahid Khan6, Nitin Kumar Agrawal7 1Associate Professor, 2Senior Resident, 3Professor and Head, 4Assistant Professor, 5Assistant Professor, 6Senior Resident, 7Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College and Research Centre, Moradabad, U.P., India Introduction: Th is study was aimed at analyzing the pattern of Orthopaedic injuries among patients attending the Emergency department in a tertiary care hospital. Retrospective study was conducted in the Department of Orthopaedics, Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College & Research Centre. Methods: Th e record analysis of injured patients seen at the emergency department over a 12 months period from June 2012 to may 2013 was done. Th e data was analyzed with special reference tothepattern of Orthopaedic injuries. Results: A total of 1110 records of injured patients that attended the emergency department were analyzed. Study showed that themajority of victims were in the age group of 11-44 years (n=909, 81.89 percent). 71.09 percent (n=789) were males and 28.9 percent (n=321) were females. Road traffi c accident was the most common cause of injuries being responsible for 59.72 percent, (n=663) followed by fall from height (22.5 percent, n=247). Study revealed that the most common presentation of injuries was fracture (68.64 percent, n=762) and the most common site was lower limbs in 48.16 percent cases, (n=367). Next most common site was upper limbs (28.08 percent, n=214) followed by pelvic fracture (10.01 percent, n=77), spine fractures (8.26 percent, n=63), facial fracture (2.88 percent, n=22) & Ribs fracture (2.49 percent, n=19). Th ere were 71.65 percent cases (n=546) of simple fracture and 28.34 percent cases (n=216) ofthecompound fracture. Th ere were 3.87 percent cases (n=43), of various dislocations, shoulder dislocation being the most common. Crush injury was seen in 7.5 percent cases. Most commonly associated visceral injury wasthehead injury in 17.20 percent cases (n=191). Conclusion: Fractures were the most common pattern of Orthopaedic injuries, frequently associated with head injuries. Research in to appropriate strategies for prevention of injuries, especially RTA is required in tertiary care hospitals. Keywords: Fracture, Orthopaedic injuries, Road traffi c accidents
USING OF TEACHING E-LERNING TOOLS IN TEACHING HISTORY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Aigul Zhorabekovna Tulegenova; Nazira Izbastyyevna Yessimkhanova In the given article the urgency and the efficiency of use of electronic textbooks in teaching History are considered as the priority direction to modernizations of the modern Kazakhstan education.
Set Menus Effects on Foreign Tourist Perceptions as a Product-Bundling Practice in Restaurants published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
F?rat Biici, a?r? Kro?lu Aim of this study is to put forward the effects of set menus on perceptions of foreign tourists as a price bundling practise in restaurant establishments, whose customer mass consists of foreign tourists. In the study set menus are evaluated in terms of price bundling strategy, menu-price relations and the consumer buying behaviour. For this purpose, research workers handed menus and asked questions to 298 foreign tourists. The data is evaluated by frequency tables, chi-square test and correlation analysis. According to the analysis results obtained from the previously mentioned data, it is ensued that set menus effect buying preferences of foreign tourists and creates good-value perception.
CTE: A METHOD TO COMPRESSION - THEN - ENCRYPTION FOR IMAGES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S Sankar *1 , S Nagarajan Compression is important because it helps us to reduce the consumption of expensive resources, such as disk space and cost for using bandwidth. Use of the right compression method and encryption technique yield more compact and secure data that are eligible to transfer over public channel. We introduce an optimal approach to compress and then encrypt images. The proposed method is used to increase the compression ratio for images by segmenting an image into non-overlapping segments called edge and non-edge segments and applying different compression depths for these segments. In an edge segment (a region that contains important information) the compression ratio is reduced to prevent loss of information, whereas in a non-edge segment (a smooth region which does not have important information), a high compression ratio is achieved and for encryption a non linear chaotic map is used. The performance of the proposed system is quantified using the peak signal-to-noise ratio to test the compression ratio and also the encrypted image has huge key space which makes harder for hacker to decrypting it using wrong key.
Design and Implementation of Discrete Augmented Ziegler-Nichols PID Controller published in

ACEEE International Journal on Control System and Instrumentation

Published by ACEEE
Vedika V. Patki, D.N.Sonwane, Deepak D. Ingole and Vihangkumar V. Naik Although designing and tuning a proportionalintegral- derivative (PID) controller appears to be conceptually intuitive, but it can be hard in practice, if multiple (and often conflicting) objectives such as short transient and high stability are to be achieved. Traditionally Ziegler Nichols is widely accepted PID tuning method but its performance is not accepted for systems where precise control is required. To overcome this problem, the online gain updating method Augmented Ziegler-Nichols PID (AZNPID) was proposed, with the amelioration of Ziegler-Nichols PIDs (ZNPIDs) tuning rule. This study is further extension of [1] for making the scheme more generalized. With the help of fourth order Runge-Kutta method, differential equations involved in PID are solved which significantly improves transient performance of AZNPID compared to ZNPID. The proposed augmented ZNPID (AZNPID) is tested on various types of linear processes and shows improved performance over ZNPID. The results of the proposed scheme is validated by simulation and also verified experimentally by implementing on Quansers real time servo-based position control system SRV-02.
Demographic and Clinical Profile of Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis at A Tertiary Eye Care Center in India. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manju J. Loya, Lokesh Kc, Pranay Gandhi Purpose: To study the demographic and clinical profile of patients with vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC) at a tertiary eye care center in India. Materials and Methods: Retrospective chart analysis of 468 patients of VKC seen from January 2006 to December 2006. Results: Mean age at presentation was 12 years. Majority of the patients had mixed pattern disease (72%). Chronic perennial disease was seen in 36% patients. Personal or family history of allergies was noted in 5% patients. Severe disease based on clinical grading was present in 37% patients. Moderate to severe vision loss was seen in 12% of total population. Persistent disease beyond 20 years of age was found in 12% patients. VKC-related complications such as corneal scarring (11%), shield ulcer (3%), keratoconus (6%), and limbal stem cell deficiency (1.2%) were seen. Treatment-related complications like corticosteroid-induced cataract and glaucoma were seen in 6% and 4% of patients, respectively. Conclusion: Clinical pattern of VKC seen in the tropical climate of India is essentially similar to that seen in other tropical countries. Few distinct features that we noted represent chronic perennial disease, low association with atopy, and higher propensity for disease and treatment-related complications.
A Study on Evaluating the Effectiveness of Training Programme in Birla Sun Life Insurance Company Private Ltd, Kerala published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Dr.T.THAMOTHARAN ABSTRACT The article was carried out the works based on the entitled evaluating the effectiveness of training programme was identified and undertaken to fulfill the company requirement. Core exertion was towards the training level off their sales and service, are identified. This study is being conducted in the Birla sun life insurance ltd, with questionnaire as a tool to collect data from the employees who have worked here. The sample size chosen is 120, covered most of the Birla sun life insurance employees in. The collected data was analyzed and tabulated. Training is an attempt to improve the current/ future employee performance with ability to increase their skills and knowledge.As this definition makes clear, training is a process of learning a sequence of specific phenomenon i.e., a job. If the training falls short of expectations, the employers are dissatisfied. If the training matches the expectations, the employees are satisfied. If the training exceeds expectations, the employees are highly satisfied or delighted. Keywords: evaluating, requirement, employees, analyzed, expectations,
THE DIMENSIONS OF CONSUMERS’ SHOPAHOLIC BEHAVIORS AND SCALE DEVELOPMENT published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

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Yeliz Bas Shopaholism is a kind of obsessed habit concerning an individual’s consumption decisions. In the context of this habit, individuals engaged in a busy shopping action and they are not able to evaluate outcomes of their behaviors or they loose their control on the evaluation of these excessive shopping outcomes. Different dimensions of shopaholism have being described by different dimensions in various researches. These dimensions are impulsive, compulsive, materialist and addictive consumption behaviors. In the literature, scales that are created to measure the dimensions of this shopping behavior, predominantly evaluates respondents for each dimension separetly. Therefore, it is really hard to decide a respondent’s group in the cluster analysis. To this end, it is assumed that it would be useful to develop a new scale in the context of scales and definitions for each dimension that exists in the literature. Thus, it is predicted that each respondents’ consumpion style would be discovered through the proposed scale. Consequently, a shorter and easier scale which identifies respondants more clearly is developed. The validity and reliability values of the new scale are considerably high. The research was caried out through face to face surveys on 251 respondents who were selected according to an appropriate sampling method and live in Düzce. The data evaluated with the exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses, clustering analysis and frequency tables. Analyses were performed by the SPSS 16.0 and Amos 20.0 and Excel programs. Keywords: Compulsive, impulsive, addiction, metarialism, shopping. JEL Classification: M30, M31, M39
Gastronomic Identity in Terms of Destination Competitiveness and Travel Motivation published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Osman al??kan Gastronomy is not only art of eating and drinking but also each component is associated with food and drink that consist of the interaction of science, art and culture. In this respect, it covers a large area. Tourism is one of these areas where tourism and gastronomy has a close relationship especially increasing tourist interest of local cuisine in tourism destination, rising of research in the restaurant management, getting importance of eating habits, food science and safety in the tourism industry. The gastronomic identity is an issue that addresses the relationship between gastronomy and tourism in sense of cultural, social, economic, and ideological. In this study, gastronomic identity that cannot be replicated original features takes place in gastronomic tourism blending with the culture and environment of destination. In the study, the relationship with gastronomy tourism and gastronomic identity is discussed in literature especially in terms of the effect of increasing the destinations competitiveness and tourist travel motivation. Finally, there are suggestions in regards to gastronomic identity to the actors related with destination management, gastronomy and tourism.
The Potential Use of Vesiculararbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi of G. Fasciculatum on Medicinal Plants of Tropical Moist Deciduous Forest of Chhattisgarh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Bhavana Dixit, NeelimaTiwari An investigation has been made about the potential use of vesicular arbuscula rmycorrhizal fungi of G. fasciculatum on some medicinal plants. Medicinal plants species selected for the study are Asparagus recemosus, Rauwolfia serpentina , Coleus forskholii, Gloriosa superba and Acorus calamus. The percentage of VAM association is 88+1.0 % and the intensity of formation of vesicles and arbuscules are 70+1.5 % and 20+2.0%, respectively in VAM inoculated Acorus calamus plants. The Dry Matter yield (DMY) of plants grown in different soils (shoot and root dry wt), are seen to increase in VAM inoculated plants in comparison to non inoculated plants . In Acorus calamus DMY in Coal mine soil( 171.84gm/plant), Copper mine (181.20 gm/plant) , Fly ash( 44.76 gm/plant) ,Skeletal soil (114.30 gm/plant) , and Forest soil( 231.90 gm/plant) was found as compared to control plants. Percentage root infection was higher in Acorus calamus was found 71.00 in forest soil in comparison to other soil.
Understanding Anxiety in Children With Learning Disability - Key to Mental Health published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sheila Christopher, R. Leema Suganya Anxiety is a normal emotion experienced by individuals of all ages. Children with learning disabilities frequently exhibit challenging behavior as a means of coping with frustration, anxiety and stress In children with learning disabilities anxiety disorders are well recognized may be underreported and under diagnosed. It is therefore essential that all mental health professionals, teachers, parents and others who are involved with children with learning disability acquire the fundamental skills needed at the interface of learning disability and psychiatric disorders. Anxiety can negatively affect the achievement and performance as well as social and psychological development among children with learning disability. The road to recovery is a team effort. Here we explore these key issues and implications for clinical practice with relation to anxiety disorders in children with learning disability
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.
Determination of Physicochemical Parameters and Heavy Metal Levels in Some Well Water of Gwaram Town Jigawa, Northwest Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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B. B, Yusif | A. Anteyi | K. A, Bichi | A. B, Mu'azu | M. Chutiyami The study was aimed at determining physicochemical parameters of water including temperature, pH, electrical conductivity (EC) and total dissolved solid (TDS)as well as heavy metals (Cu, Cr, Fe, Mn, Pb, and Zn)collected from well waters in Gwaram town, Jigawa state of Nigeria. Eight different wards (Auyakawa, Bare-Bari, Fada, Gagaryaga, Kawari, Kuka, Kurna and Wurya) were selected and their water samples were collected based on their closeness to pollution sources. Analysis of the physicochemical parameters were determined using universal handheld pH meter and TDS meter, while heavy metals were determined by atomic absorption spectrometry. The results showed that the pH of all the samples were within the WHO limit. On the other hand, the TDS for all the samples are above the WHO upper limit and the EC of Bare-bari, Fada, Kuka and Kurna are below the WHO upper limit. Gagaryaga has the same as WHO upper limit while Auyakawa, Kawari and Wurya have above the WHO upper limit. Heavy metals in the samples are within the permissible limits when compared with WHO upper limit except Cuand Fe that are higher in Auyakawa, Kawari and Wurya. It was thus concluded that the major source of drinking water in Gwaram has the potential to cause a number of preventable public health problems. It is hence recommended that the state government (Jigawa) as well as public health non-governmental organizations should put more effort towards providing a portable drinking water to neglected areas like Gwaram. B. B, Yusif | A. Anteyi | K. A, Bichi | A. B, Muazu | M. Chutiyami"Determination of Physicochemical Parameters and Heavy Metal Levels in Some Well Water of Gwaram Town Jigawa, Northwest Nigeria" 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/ijtsrd9503.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/enviormental-science/9503/determination-of-physicochemical-parameters-and-heavy-metal-levels-in-some-well-water-of-gwaram-town-jigawa-northwest-nigeria/b-b-yusif
Study of Clinical Profile of Megalpblastic Anemia(100 Cases) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Tejas Shah, Dr. Taruna Rathod 100 patients of megaloblastic anemia are studied from august 2011 to July 2013. We studied various clinical manifestations including detailed examination of hematological and Neurological manifestations. Megaloblastic anemia is diagnosed by complete blood count, red cell indices,blood film examinationand assay of two vitamins. Bone marrow examination is not essential for diagnosis of megaloblastic anemia. Cobalamin deficiency was most common cause of deficiency. Aetiological factors were a diet poor in cobalamin or folate, increased requirements during the growth period and pregnancy, and the use of anti folate medication. Physicians managing these patients need to be aware of the timing of blood sampling for assays, detailed history regarding diet and drugs.
Busulfan-induced lipid peroxidation: Protective role of morin published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Supratim Ray Considering drug-induced lipid peroxidation as a possible mediator of drug-induced toxicity and exploiting the free radical scavenging action of antioxidants, the present study was designed to evaluate the antiperoxidative potential of morin on busulfan-induced lipid peroxidation. The study was performed in vitro using goat liver as lipid source. This evaluation was done by measuring the 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal (4- HNE) and nitric oxide (NO) content of liver tissue homogenates as markers of lipid peroxidation. The study reveals the lipid peroxidation induction capacity of busulfan and the antiperoxidative potential of morin on busulfan-induced lipid peroxidation
TWITTER ANALYTICS AND VISUALIZATION USING R published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neetu Anand *1 , Tapas Kumar It is an era of Internet technology various social networking sites are gain popularity worldwide. The data generated from these sites are growing day by day .Social media plays a very important role in most of the people's life. People communicate freely and share their comments, ideas on numerous events on any of the various social media like Twitter, Google+, Facebook, etc. Their views are useful for generating solutions and creating awareness about several problems .Twitter is the micro blogging site that has become very well-liked all over the world. These days, there is a continuing trend of posting every thought and feeling on any topic related to sports ,products, services, new announcements, politics, education etc. Due to this, analysis of these tweets has become a very important task so as to analyze the thoughts, opinions, feelings, sentiments, etc of various people. In this research paper, we have revealed all the steps required for the process of analysis of twitter data for opinion mining and also visualizing tweets on Google map.
Role of Different Factors Associated with Incidence of Breast Cancer: A Review published in

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Dr. Firdous Ansari, Dr. Ashutosh Kumar Dixit Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality globally. It is the second most common cancer among Indian women. This study is a critical review of literature which includes different aspects viz. socio-economic and demographic factors,use of oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy and knowledge attitude and practice of breast self examination. In the last section of the study discussion is made for further research point of view. Discussion On the basis of studies considered, we come to know that in late seventies and eighties, there was a great lack of awareness about breast health and after around one century western world started to become aware about the BC. Today we know several risk factors of this disease but it seems that there is a need to work in such a way that can predict the risk of getting BC on the basis of information for combination of different risk factor for example for a women of a particular age at menarche, given age at marriage and given age at first full term pregnancy, what would be the risk that she will diagnosed with BC in premenopausal or in postmenopausal years?
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF TRUNCATED PYRAMIDAL CUPS OF AA1050 - H18 ALLOY FABRICATED BY SINGLE POINT INCREMENTAL FORMING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. Srija * and A. Chennakesava Reddy * The purpose of the present project work was to understand the formability of AA1050 - H18 alloy to fabricate truncated pyramidal cups using single point incremental forming (SPIF) process. The finite element analysis has been carried out to model the single point incremental forming process using ABAQUS software code . The process parameters of SPIF were sheet thickness, step depth, tool radius and coefficient of friction. The proce ss parameters have been optimized using Taguchi techniques. The major process parameters influencing the SPIF of truncated pyramidal cups were tool radius and coefficient of friction.
The ABO and Rhesus Blood groups distribution profile among voluntary blood donors in Belgavi District, Karnataka published in

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Dr.Kasturi B.Hunshikatti ,Dr. Pranita R .Viveki, Dr.Amit Gaikwad Background: ABO and Rhesus (Rh) blood group antigens are hereditary characters and are useful in population genetic studies, in resolving medico-legal issues and more importantly for the immunologic safety of blood during transfusion. Objectives: To document the distribution pattern of the ABO and Rh blood groups among blood donors Belgavi District, (Karnataka). Methods: The distribution of ABO and Rh blood group was analyzed among 2537 blood donors, over a period of March 2012 to Sep 2014. The age group and sex of donors, frequency of ABO blood groups and Rh status were calculated. Results: Majority of the donors belonged to the age group between 18-50 years. Male to female ratio among donors was 9.5:0.5. The most prevalent blood group was O (34.92%), followed by group B (26.99%) and group A (22.19%). The least common blood group was AB (15.88%). The prevalence of Rh positive and negative distribution in the studied population was 97.87% and 2.13% respectively. Conclusion: Knowledge of frequencies of the different blood groups is very important for blood banks and transfusion service policies that could contribute significantly to the National Health System.
Effect of organic nutrient management on growth rate and crop productivity in sustainable rice-rice system published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. PRADHAN AND S. MOHARANA A field experiment was carried out at Bhubaneswar during 2013-14. The soil of the experimental site was sandy loam in texture with 6.35 pH. Rice-rice sequence was taken for six consecutive years with seven organic nutrient management treatments in Randomized Block Design. Organic nutrient management expressed significant effect on DM (dry matter accumulation), CGR (Crop growth rate), RGR (Relative Growth Rate) crop yield and productivity. DM, CGR, RGR were highest in treatment T receiving Dhanicha+ FYM+Vermicompost in kharif 5 and FYM+Vermicompost in summer (75.99 and 75.80 g hill-1 DM). Maximum average grain yield of 4.47 and 4.26 t ha-1 were also witnessed in T during kharif and summer seasons respectively.
A Study Of Computed Tomography of the Chest in Bronchogenic Carcinoma published in

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Dr. N. Gopichand, Dr S Praveena Back Ground: - Bronchogenic carcinoma is the second most commonest cancer in both men and women next to prostate carcinoma and breast carcinoma respectively. Though first noted in USA and European Countries, now turned into worldwide epidemic with increasing use of tobacco. Objectives: - To study etiological factors, clinical profile multifacet presentations on chest radiography and correlate computed tomography findings with histopathological profile. Materials and methods This descriptive study included 100 consecutive patients suspicious of bronchogenic carcinoma admitted through out patient block in department of Pulmonology during the period of December 2007 to August 2009.They are subjected to computed tomography and histological sampling and the findings are correlated. Results: - Bronchogenic carcinoma is more common in males particularly in 50-60 yrs age group. Smoking is the commonest aetiological factor. Mass lesion is commonest radiological finding. Most of lesions are right sided with irregular margins. Sqamous cell carcinoma has been the commonest histopathological type. But adenocarcinoma is predominant in our study. Conclusion: - Computed tomography is the modality of choice for evaluating bronchogenic carcinoma. Computed tomography guided fine needle aspiration cytology is simple and safe technique with high diagnostic accuracy
Comparison of Body Faulty Posture Scoliosis Between Normal and Blind Children Aged Ten Thirteen and Fifteen published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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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 scoliosis. 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 scoliosis 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 15 when compared to normal population the blind children are prone to scoliosis postural deformity, whereas no significant differences were observed in ten and thirteen years of age category on scoliosis between blind and normal children
Standards in Senior Secondary Education: An Assessment of the Quality Control Guidelines in Edo State, Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
OSARETIN OSADOLOR, PhD The study examined the existing guidelines used as quality control measures for enhancing standards in senior secondary education in Edo State. It used the descriptive survey design. The instrument used for the study was a questionnaire, while the population consisted of the 797 public and private senior secondary school Principals and the 198 members of the schools inspectorate team (inspectors) across the state. The purposive sampling technique was used to obtain 198 (25%) school principals and 50 (25%) schools inspectors in the state. The mean score and t-test were employed for analysis of the collected data. Some items which presently formed part of the guidelines were regarded as irrelevant while new items were proposed for inclusion in the guidelines.
An Advanced Security - A Two-Way Password Technique for Cloud Services? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Yogesh Brar, Shobhit Krishan, Ankur Mehta, Vipul Talwar, Tanupriya Choudhury, Vasudha Vashisht? A model for delivering information technology services in which resources are safely stored and retrieved from the internet through web-based tools and applications, rather than a direct connection to a server. Gathering the resources whenever and wherever is a big issue, for smaller companies, and it is a matter of great concern. Thus, Cloud Computing offers a solution to smaller firms. Using the Internet as the backbone, cloud computing provides accessibility to the end users on "whenever and wherever" required basis. This type of electronic system having access to web, allows employees to work remotely. Users here are only concerned with the computing services that he/she has asked for. All the details of approaching this task are kept hidden from the user. The data is secured and stored in massive storage data centre and can be accessed from any device all over the world. Research shows that the architecture of current cloud computing system is central structured one; all the data nodes must be indexed by a master server which may become bottle neck of the system. Cloud Computing finds its use in various areas like web hosting, graphics rendering, financial modeling, web crawling, etc.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF BI LAYER TABLETS OF IBUPROFEN AND FAMOTIDINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ranjit Goud.P*, Neeharika. M.S, Deepika HC, Sikanth CH, Tarika A, Manasa P The main objective of this research work was to formulate and evaluate the bi layered tablets of ibuprofen and famotidine by using different polymers. Ibuprofen is an NSAID and famotidine is a H2 receptor antagonist. The tablets containing immediate releasing layer and sustained release layer. The ingredients used are microcrystalline cellulose pH 102, sodium starch glycol ate, cross carmellose, povidone for immediate releasing layer, HPMC K15m, K4m, E15cps, Carbomer 934p, and natural gums like guar gum, Xanthan gum for sustained drug release layer. The bilayered tablets were prepared by direct compression and wet granulation methods. All the excipients are tested for compatibility with drug, which revealed that there was no physical and chemical interaction occurred. The Pre and post compression parameters were analyzed. The In-Vitro drug release studied were Performed in the USP dissolution apparatus-II (paddle) using pH 1.2 buffer and pH 6.8 phosphate buffer as dissolution media at 100rpm speed and temperature of 37oC 5oC. The sampling was done at periodic time intervals of 1.5, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 hours and was replaced by equal volume of dissolution media after each withdrawal. The cumulative amount of drug release at different intervals is estimated using UV method at 219nm and 285nm. Based on the evaluation result the formulations F8 was selected as best formulation among immediate release and is used to compress with sustained release layer. Among all formulation F11 formulation was achieved 12hrs with HPMC k15m, kinetic model fitted to zero order release profile.
STUDY OF NEW SECURITY FEATURES OF INDIAN RUPEE NOTE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ms. Pinki The Indian rupee is the official currency of the Republic of India.RBI brings new 500 and 2000 Rupee Bank Notes with Braille Features. The authenticity of paper currency is needed for security purpose, as the cases of counterfeit currency increasing day by day. Indian currency also have various security features which are changed or enhanced time to time by Reserve Bank of India to avoid counterfeiting. This paper emphasize on studying various security features on the currency of highest denomination in India that is ₹ 2000 and ₹500 and help to check them by naked eyes. The Indian rupee is the official currency of the Republic of India.RBI brings new 500 and 2000 Rupee Bank Notes with Braille Features. The authenticity of paper currency is needed for security purpose, as the cases of counterfeit currency increasing day by day. Indian currency also have various security features which are changed or enhanced time to time by Reserve Bank of India to avoid counterfeiting. This paper emphasize on studying various security features on the currency of highest denomination in India that is ₹ 2000 and ₹500 and help to check them by naked eyes.
Knowledge, Attitude, Practice of School Going Children Regarding Phytochemical Intake published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Sangita Tomar, Dr. Munira Husain This study deals about phytochemicals consumption by school going children. 300 school children aged 8- 14 years through purposive sampling method were studied. Twenty four hour recall was taken to collect information regarding dietary phytochemical intake according to the serving of fruits and vegetables consumed per week. KnowledgeAttitude-Practice assessment was done through multiple-choice questionnaire. Statistical Analysis has been done for data analysis and making inferences. Results showed that children 120, 100 and 80 children found taking low, moderate and high phytochemical consumption status. Their energy, protein, iron intake found increasing with increase in phytochemical intake. Similarly, good knowledge level was found in 30.83%, 21 % and 27.5 %, good attitude among 25%, 35 % and 10% children, and good practices found among 16.6%, 24 % and 17.4%, respectively of low, moderate and high phyto-intake groups. So, a significant association between phyto-intake and Knowledge-Attitude-Practice and nutritient intake has been indicated from the results.
Cordic Design For Circular and Linear Coordinate System published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Femina P T In this paper we presents CORDIC circuit for circular and linear coordinate system with minimum area and power. CORDIC stands for coordinate rotation digital computer. Rotation of vectors through fixed and known angles has many applications in robotics, digital signal processing, graphics, games, and animation. We have seen the optimization schemes and CORDIC circuits for fixed and known rotations with different levels of accuracy. In this paper we are modifying the CORDIC circuit to reduce area and power if speed is not considered. We are also introducing angle mapping technique. Also instead of using simple adders we use carry select adders. CORDIC sine/cosine generators can be used in satellite data processing systems. Rotation of vectors through a fixed and known angle has wide applications in robotics, graphics, games, and animation. we use the Language, Verilog HDL in the Platform, Xilinx FPGA and Xilinx ISE 14.2 as the tool so that the proposed designs offer higher throughput, less latency and less area-delay product than the reference CORDIC design for fixed and known angles of rotation.
An Atypical Presentation of Papillary Adenocarcinoma of Caecum, published in

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Dr. Nagendar Bejjamshetty, Dr. Ram Singh K, Dr. Jeevan Kenche, Dr. Santhi. M, Dr. Sravanti Balaga Mucocele of appendix is seen rarely in appendectomies. Out of these, very few are associated with colorectal tumours with pseudomyxoma formation. These tumours are mostly mucinous cystadenomas or cystadenocarcinomas. We present a very rare case where a 54 year old patient presented with psoas abscess following appendectomy for mucocele of appendix; incision and drainage was done; after a few months, he again came with mucous discharge from a sinus in the right lumbar region and later found to have papillary adenocarcinoma of caecum with retroperitoneal collection of mucoid material
Prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease and the Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease in Vidarbh region of Maharashtra published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Prasad Potdukhe, Dr. Pranay Gandhi, Dr. Snehal Potdukhe Background: To determine the prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) demonstrated on coronary angiography. Materials and Methods: Totally, 125 patients admitted to a tertiary hospital in Vidarbh region of Maharashtra with CAD were included in the study. Results: 49 out of 125 (39.2%) were found to have underlying CKD. 69% (34) of these CKD patients developed AKI. 21 out of 34 patients who developed AKI required hemodialysis. Conclusion: Our study concludes that there is a very high prevalence of CKD (39.2%) in patients with CAD and AKI is a very important complication (38.4%) in these patients.
Kliniklerin Kapasite Ynetiminde ve ?nsan Gc Planlamas?nda Zamana Dayal? Faaliyet Tabanl? Maliyetleme (Time Driven Activity Based Costing Of The Clinical Capacity Management And Man Power Planning) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Bedia ATALAY zet Faaliyet alan? insan sa?l??? olan sa?l?k i?letmeleri emek ve teknoloji yo?un i?letmelerdir. Sunulan sa?l?k hizmetleri farkl? bilgi ve becerilere sahip insan gc gerektirmektedir. Sa?l?k hizmetlerinin temelinde, hizmetleri sunan personelin bedensel ve zihinsel kapasitesi yer almaktad?r. Ayr?ca i?ilik giderleri bir hizmet i?letmesi olan sa?l?k i?letmelerinde toplam giderleri ierisinde en byk paya sahip olan giderlerdir. Dolay?s?yla kontrol edilmesi ve iyi ynetilmesi gereken nemli bir kaynak ve maliyet unsurudur. Mevcut ve potansiyel insan gcnn, tm kaynaklar?n kapasitenin ve maliyetlerin do?ru planlanmas? ve ynetilmesinde geleneksel yntemlerin yetersiz kalmas? ile ba?layan yeni aray??lar neticesinde zamana dayal? faaliyet tabanl? maliyetleme (ZDFTM) daha gvenilir bir yntem olarak geli?tirilmi?tir. Bu al??mada zel bir hastanenin tm kliniklerinde sunulan sa?l?k hizmetlerinin maliyeti, kullan?lan ve kullan?lmayan kapasitesi ZDFTM ile hesaplanm??t?r. ZDFTM, i?letme ynetimine, maliyet, kapasite, insan gc planlamas? ve ynetilmesinde nemli katk?lar sa?lamaktad?r. Abstract Health enterprises suppling the human health are businesses intensive in terms of labor and technology. The health services requires manpower with different knowledge and skills. The basis of health providing services, is located in the physical and mental capacity of the service staff . In addition, labor costs, has the largest share of total expenses in a service business of health enterprices. Therefore, it is an important resource and cost factor to be well managed and controlled. Current and potential manpower, all resources, capacity and accurate planning of costs and managing - the start of a new search result with the inadequacy of traditional methods Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing (TDABC) was developed as a more reliable method. In this study, the cost of health services provided in a private hospital clinics, used and unused capacity is calculated by TDABC. TDABC providing significant contributions on cost, capacity, human resources planning and management to business management.
MODELLING OF INRUSH DIAGRAM OF INDUCTION MOTOR ON MAPLE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Nurlan Syrymbayevich Karymsakov; Sagat Zhunisbekov; Murat Musabekovich Bekmuratov; Bayron Mangistauovich Argynbaev The paper considers some issues of simulating the operation of the induction motor and the calculation of starting charts with the use of computer algebra systems.
Effect of Dried Tuna Waste Silage on Mineral Availability in Large White Yorkshire Pigs published in

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Anuraj K S, Shyama K, Sreeparvathy M An investigation was carried out in Large White Yorkshire pigs to find out the effect of dietary incorporation of dried tuna waste silage on mineral availability. Piglets (n=36) were randomly allotted to the three dietary treatments, T1 (standard ration with 10 % dried fish), T2 (ration with 50 per cent of protein of dried fish replaced by dried tuna waste silage) and T3 (ration with 100 per cent of protein of dried fish replaced by dried tuna waste silage) up to 70 kg body weight. A digestion trial was conducted towards the end of the experiment to find out the nutrient utilization. There was no significant difference in availability of phosphorus, magnesium, and copper where as availability of calcium, manganese and zinc was lower in treatment groups. But it didnt affect the growth of the animals.
Annona Species Activity Against Schistosoma Mansoni at Different Life Cycle Stages published in

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Aldenir Feitosa Santos, Kelly Barbosa Da Silva, Joao Gomes Da Costa, Fernanda Andrade De Cesar, Monica Camelo Pessoa De Azevedo Albuquerque, Antonio Euzebio Goulart Santana In this study, 22 ethanol extracts derived from 6 species of Annona were subjected to biological assays in order to evaluate their schistosomicidal, miracicidal and cercaricidal activity in vitro. The plant extracts A. crassiflora (root wood),A. muricata (leaf) and A. salzmannii (leaf) showed schistosomicidal activity at concentrations of 100-10 gmL-1. It was possible to observe that 15 extracts were active, with emphasis on A. crassiflora (stem, root wood and root bark), A. glabra (seeds), A. muricata (leaf), A. pisonis (stem), A. salzmannii (leaf) and A. squamosa (seeds and roots) for showing cercaricidal activity at < 10 gmL-1. Regarding miracicida activity 11 extracts were active and among the plant extracts evaluated, the species A. crassiflora (pulp + seeds) and A. glabra (leaf) stood out for demonstrating miracicidal activity at 1 gmL-1. These results suggest that plant extracts might be promising for the development of new schistosomicidal, cercaricidal e miracicidal agents
TO ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS SOME OF MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS OF ECONOMY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anatoly Aleksandrovich Naumov The paper presents the results of a study of two optimization problems: one of them refers to optimization problems of investment projects, and the second to optimize the capital structure to invest in production.
HEPATOPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF HYDRO- ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF IRANIAN TEUCRIUM POLIUM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Parna Zahra, *Mirzaee Ali Introduction: Tecurium polium with antioxidative potential was using it in treatment of liver disease. High price of chemical drugs, side effects of synthetic drugs and tendency to return to natural treatments, increase the usage of herbal drugs. This study evaluates the hepatoprotective effect of tecurium polium extract on liver toxicity which induced by carbon tetrachloride, in rats. Material and methods: This laboratory experimental research was carried out on36 male wistar rats. Tecurium Polium hydroalchoholic extract (TPHE) was given with dosages of 250 and 500 mg/kg as treatment groups, daily, for 14 days. At the same time treatment groups and tetra chloride carbon group received, carbon tetra chloride in olive oil solution, with dosage of 1ml/kg, intra peritoneal, since third day, daily for 10 days, and in control groups such as olive oil and negative control injected with dosage of o.5ml/kg,intra peritoneal olive oil and distilled water respectively, daily for 10 days.Extact control rats received only500 mg/kg extract . Statistical data was carried out by analysis of variance (ANOVA). Findings: According to biochemical tests, tecurium polium extract at dose 250 and 500 mg / kg reduced damages, that induced by carbon tetrachloride, However level of liver enzyme was more than references value which reported by negative control. Conclusion: return of marker enzymes such as ALT, AST and ALK and protein towards a near-normalcy in treatment groups maybe due to protective potential of TPHE.
Performance Analysis of Data Security Using Cryptographic Policy With Instance Based Encryption in Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Juhi Yadava | Prof. S. R. Yadav | Prof. Madhuvan Dixit This work discusses the security of data in cloud computing. It is a study of data in the cloud and aspects related to it concerning security. The work will go in to details of data protection methods and approaches used throughout the world to ensure maximum data protection by reducing risks and threats. Availability of data in the cloud is beneficial for many applications but it poses risks by exposing data to applications which might already have security loopholes in them. Similarly, use of virtualization for cloud computing might risk data when a guest OS is run over a hypervisor without knowing the reliability of the guest OS which might have a security loophole in it. This task will also provide an insight on data security aspects for Data-in-Transit and Data-at-Rest. The study is based on all the levels of SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). Growth of cloud computing is mainly hampered due to these security concerns and challenges. Proper security arrangements are need to be placed before selecting the service provider for any cloud computing service and customers need to be very careful about understanding the risks of security breaches and challenges of using this new computing environment. The methodology implements on Cloud Sim 3.0.1 toolbox, which is configure in Net Beans 8.1. The outcome demonstrates that it gives improved execution contrasted with supplementary predictable security algorithm. Crypto operation time, key operation time and total execution are reduced by 2.72%, 7.91% and 4.63% significantly. Juhi Yadava | Prof. S. R. Yadav | Prof. Madhuvan Dixit"Performance Analysis of Data Security Using Cryptographic Policy With Instance Based Encryption in Cloud Computing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17064.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/17064/performance-analysis-of-data-security-using-cryptographic-policy-with-instance-based-encryption-in-cloud-computing/juhi-yadava
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IN JHARKHAND A MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Guddi Saktinanda We cannot achieve the goal of universal, free primary education depending on the formal system of education. It is on ly a way to enter in the gateway of knowledge. Its every step is connected with each other. Free and compulsory education has been enshrined in the Indian constitution since its inception. It became a guiding force in the form of Article 45 for providing b asic education for all children until the complete the age of fourteen years. Even after more than 65 years of Independence some Indian states are still struggling to achieve universal retention and quality education to all its children. At present the thr ust of elementary education varies from state to state with a lot of regional desparities. In the article the author has given a picture of the elementary education of Jharkhand a homeland of tribes in a brief way. Education of tribes one of the weaker and deprived section of the country is essential for achieving the target of universalizing the elementary education. In the paper the author has described the plans and programmes obtained by the state administration and its achievement till now and suggeste d for the betterment of elementary education in Jharkhand, a purely tribal state.
THE NEW PERCEPTION THAT AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION MAY BE A VASCULAR DISEASE OPENS UP THERAPEUTICAL/PREVENTIVE THERAPEUTCICAL VISTAS FULL OF PROMISE: Part II published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Tams Fischer , M. D. Regarding the treatment, preventiv therapy of AMD, the foregoing performed human studies in the AMD field reflect a "local/ophthalmic" and non-systhematic/holistic view: one should make an alteration in this usual/habitual orthodox approach/attitude(!): (I) Non-medicinal therapy: (1) Lifestyle modifications: smoking cessation; reduction of body weight; psysical activity; d i e t (appropriate dose of flavonoids, polyphenols, respectively,curcumin;omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids: docosahexaenoic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid; carotenoids (lutein and zeaxanthin); management of dietary glycemic index; caloric restriction; elimination of stressful lifestyle; elimination of chronic stress. We have to prefer non-pharmacological actions (against the disadvantageous lifestyle/habits).- (II) Medicinal prevention/preventive treatment of AMD: Medicines described below -RAAS-inhibiting angiotensin converting enzyme ihibitors and angiotensinreceptor blockers; direct renin inhibitors; statins; acetylsalicylic acid; trimetazidin; third generation beta blockers; PPARgamma agonist; folate; vitamin D; melatonin; AGE crosslink breakers alagebrium; ET receptor antagonist bosentan; coenzyme Q10; causal antioxidant vitamins;N-acetyl-cysteine; resveratrol; L-arginine; 5-HT(1A) receptor agonists 8-Oh DPAT; tumor necrosis factor alfa blockers; specific inhibitor of AP of complement; adiponectin peptide I;EPA/AHA; doxycyclin - all have beneficial effects in ED. Restoration of ED can restabilize the condition of chronic vascular disease including age-related macular degeneration as well. (III) Completely to eliminate risk factors of CV/AMD disease.- The human vascular system is consubstantial, non-medicinal methods should be aplied, and the mentioned medicines should be given to patients: who have no macular degeneration, but have risk factors of AMDinducing ED, and are older than 50 years; patients who have been diagnosed with unilateral AMD, in order to prevent the damage of the contralateral eye; and finally patients with bilateral AMD, in order to avert deterioration and in the hope of a potential improvement.- (IV) Performance of randomised, prospective, clinical trials is necessary.
STUDY OF NITROFURANTOIN SUSCEPTIBILITY AMONG UROPATHOGENIC BACTERIAL ISOLATES AT A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, UDAIPUR, RAJASTHAN. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ritu Bhatnagar*, Payal Soni, Sanjeev Kumar, S.K. Mehra, Aruna Solanki and Jyoti Tomar Introduction: Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are some of the most common infections experienced by humans.[1] Common bacteria associated with community acquired infectons are E.coli, Coagulase negative Staphylococci, Enterococcus fecalis, Staphylococcus aureus etc.[2] As resistance to Fluroquinolones, Cephalosporins and Cotrimoxazole has become more common in uropathogenes, Nitrofurantoin has become an important alternative oral agent for treatment of uncomplicated UTI.[12] Aim: to find out the sensitivity pattern of the urinary isolates against different commonly used antimicrobials in UTI with special reference to Nitrofurantoin. Material and Methods: The study was performed from July 2014 to December 2014 at tertiary care hospital, Udaipur, Rajastahn, India. Urine sample from Clinically suspected (OPD and IPD) cases were collected. Processing and identification was done as per standard guidelines. Antimicrobial sensitivity testing was performed by Kirby- Bauer disc diffusion method. Result and Discussion: Total 498 test samples were analysed. Out of that, in 251 cases bacterial pathogens were isolated. The most common organisms isolated were Escherichia coli (58.17%) followed by Klebsiella sp. (13.94%), Enterococcus sp. (8.37%), Pseudomonas sp. (6.37%), and Coagulase negative Staphylococcus sp. (6.38%). Only 29 (11.5%) were resistant to Nitrofurantoin among oral antibiotics. Conclusion: Nitrofurantoin is a good choice for the treatment of outpatients.
EL INTERVALO QT, SU ORIGEN E IMPORTANCIA DEL CONOCIMIENTO DE FRMULAS PARA SU MEDICIN EN DIFERENTES CIRCUNSTANCIAS CLNICAS / The QT interval, its origin and importance of the knowledge of formulas for its measurement in different clinical circumstances published in

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Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Elibet Chvez Gonzlez The long QT syndrome is an arrhythmogenic channelopathy characterized by severe alterations in ventricular repolarization, electrocardiographically translated as a QT interval prolongation. The involvement of various ion channels in the genesis of cardiac action potential causes that alterations in their structure and function lead to the so-called syndrome and to the presence of malignant ventricular arrhythmias. In 1920, Bazett adapted the formula of the cardiac electrical systole duration to the QT interval of the electrocardiogram, and proposed normal values of QT for a given heart rate. After Bazetts description, several formulas were described in different clinical situations to calculate the corrected QT interval. The knowledge about how to measure the QT interval and about its correction as a tool for the diagnosis of arrhythmogenic conditions and prevention of primary or secondary malignant ventricular arrhythmias is of vital importance for its clinical use.
Employee Data Mining Based on Text and Image Processing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prof. Vijay More | Ms. Ankita Shetty | Ms. Aishwarya Mapara | Mr. Rahul Ghuge | Mr. Rohit Sharma Employees of any company need to know whether their employees are happy or sad or they have any problem in their working environment. There should be some mechanism to handle this information about the employee. Employee chatting messages could be analyzed using sentiment analysis and employee mood detection is retrieved based on text analysis. Also, Employee facial expressions can be detected using Image Processing on employee images taken through Web Camera while an employee is chatting with colleagues. Using Image Processing, Emotion of employee such as Happy, Angry, Sad or Normal is detected. Employee analysis report is shown to company management to find whether the employee is satisfied with company or employee is facing some problem in the working environment Prof. Vijay More | Ms. Ankita Shetty | Ms. Aishwarya Mapara | Mr. Rahul Ghuge | Mr. Rohit Sharma"Employee Data Mining Based on Text and Image Processing" 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/ijtsrd10791.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/10791/employee-data-mining-based-on-text-and-image-processing/prof-vijay-more
PIEBALDISM: a Rare Melanocytic Disorder published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Moiz F. Mithaiwala, Alka K. Raka Piebaldism is a rare autosomal dominant disorder of melanocytic development, characterized by frontal, median or paramedian depigmented macules and patches with white forelock. We report the case of 10 year male child with typical features of piebaldism with positive family h/o white forelock present. All vitals are stable with routine investigation in normal limit. There was absence of melanocytes and melanin in depigmented areas and hair bulbs. Genetic counseling, photo protective measures and static nature of disease was explained.
Energy management in Isabgul processing plant published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V.M. MODI, N.N. DESAI AND D.B. PATEL Energy audit was carried out in Isabgul processing plant to optimize power consumption. The power requirement of the traditional plant was 21.0 horsepower. The manufacturing of Isabgul processing machinery is not an organized industry. Actual need for power at each operation is not specified by the manufacturer resulting into wastage of energy by installing higher hp motor. Energy utilization efficiency can also be improved by identifying the federate and clearances between under runner disk, where maximum husk recovery is obtained. Study was carried out to determine total energy required for processing of Isabgul seed at each operation and identify the scope to conserve energy by technology upgradation, increasing efficiency of machinery by proper selection of feed rate, clearances between emery disk and reduction of process time. The result shows that the percentage of husk recovered was affected significantly due to different feed rate and clearances. The 175 kg/hr feed rate recorded highest husk percentage i.e., 27.15 per cent under treatment combination of Set-3 (Clearances between under runner disk ranging from 1.55 mm. to 1.18 mm.) and total energy consumption was found 5.46 kwh.
A STUDY OF SUBSTITUTED THIAZOLIDINONES: SYNTHESIS AND ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF 2-[{5-CHLORO-3-METHYL-1-(4- METHYLPYRIDIN-2-YL)PYRAZOLIDIN-4-YL}-3-SUBSTITUTED PHENYLTHIAZOLIDIN-4-ONES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ravindra Kumar Hament Panwar Several 2-[{5-chloro-3-methyl-1-(4-methylpyridin-2-yl)pyrazolidin-4- yl}-3-substituted phenylthiazolidin-4-ones 4(a-f) have been synthesized by using conventional synthetic strategy. All the synthesized compounds have been characterized by elemental (C,H,N) and spectral (I.R., 1H- NMR, Mass) analysis. Furthermore, synthesized compounds were screened for their antibacterial as well as antifungal activities. Screened derivatives explored mild to moderate antibacterial and antifungal inhibition
Portal vein septic thrombosis secondary to complicated appendicitis: Case report published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

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Jacqueline Vasconcelos Quaresma*, Igor Mizael da Costa Saadi, Rafael José Romero Garcia and Leanne Isadora Vasconcelos Quaresma Background: Portal vein septic thrombophlebitis is a rare and serious event of late diagnosis and secondary to intra-abdominal infection. Case report: A 21-year-old man was admitted to the hospital with loss of weight, fever, chills, hepatosplenomegaly, and history of abdominal pain in the right iliac fossa previously treated with ciprofloxacin. At the entrance physical examination, he was emaciated and had no signs of abdominal pain upon palpation. Computed tomography showed portal vein thrombosis and nodular image in the ileocecal region, initiating antibiotic therapy. After exploratory laparotomy, appendicitis was confirmed and hepatic collections were found. After ten days of the procedure and the end of the antibiotic therapy, he was discharged, keeping well and without complaints.
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European Journal of Contemporary Education

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PERAMPASAN DAN PENGEMBALIAN BARANG BUKTI ALAT ANGKUT TINDAK PIDANA ILLEGAL LOGGING DALAM MEWUJUDKAN RASA KEADILAN (Studi Putusan di Pengadilan Negeri Kandangan, Kabupaten Hulu Sungai Selatan dan Pengadilan Negeri Purbalingga, Kabupaten Purbalingga ) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Praditia Danindra Studies of Decision Number 14/Pid.B/2006/PN.Kgn jo Number 37/PID/2006/PT.BJM shows that the judge was correct in sentencing, but on the evidence they have different opinions. Courts of first return of the evidence to its owner, while the appeals court that the evidence seized goods for the country. This appeals court decision in accordance with the provisions of Article 78 paragraph (15) of Law Number 41 Year 1999 on Forestry, the Supreme Guide of the Technical Judicial and Court Management in 2005 and the Circular of the Supreme Court (SEMA) No. 01 Year 2008. Here the Panel of Judges to act only as an oral (funnel) laws which in French is called "He boushe de la loi." In Decision Number 44/Pid.B/2009/PN.Pbg jo Number 371/Pid/2009/PT.Smg is already really good against the imposition of the penalty or against the evidence that is returned to the beneficiary even though this decision does not match the above rules . Thus, the High Court Judges Semarang sense of justice is more priority than legal certainty. Keyword: sentencing, evidence, justice, legal certainty, illegal logging.
The Origin of Fiber Optic Systems published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Brijesh. N. Chawda To guide light in a waveguide initially metallic and non-metallic wave guides were fabricated. But they have enormous losses. So they were not suitable for telecommunication. In optical fibers light could be transmitted by the phenomenon of total internal reflection and refraction to overcome dispersion.
Consumer Behaviour while buying Refrigerator: A focus group study of the new age buyers published in

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Dr. J. A. Sethi, Anand Nagrecha Study of consumer behaviour is done by many researchers and is done since long back in history but researchers need to continue to study the emerging trends in consumers behaviour as especially for the potential consumers and the influencers of decision making. Hence a focus group research was undertaken for the consumers between the age group of above twenty five years and their consumer behaviour towards buying of refrigerator was studied. The reason to take this age group was because when a focus group for below 25 years was conducted then they were not able to give important insights into buying of refrigerator he reason being their less participation in decision making of buying refrigerator. Many important insights into their preference of refrigerator features, their perception regarding unorganized and organized retail stores, their role in family decision making, their preferred promotional scheme, their preferred occasion to buy are given in this research paper and also a conceptual model is given to understand the consumer buying of refrigerator from the perception and opinions of consumers from the age group of more than 25 years to make it useful to management students, researchers, and managers of consumer durable industry
SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF 1-((E)-3- (SUBSTITUTED PHENYL)ACRYLOYL)-3-PHENYL UREAS AS POTENT SMOOTH MUSCLE RELAXANT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rakhi Chaudhary1*, Dr. Shamim Ahmad1, Dr. Shuaib2, Dr. S.Riaz Hashim3, Prem Shankar Mishra4 This research work involves the synthesis of a series of novel substituted phenyl acryloyl-3-phenyl urea derivatives (3a-3e) which were further tested for smooth muscle relaxant activity using Rotarod Apparatus and using a CNS Tranquilizer as standard. Result revealed that all the compounds show significant smooth muscle relaxant activity as compared to standard. All the synthesized compounds were characterized by using IR, 1H-NMR, and Mass spectral analysis.
GOD BEFORE THE BIG BANG published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Changsoo Shin This paper approaches the subject of God or a supernatural being that created the universe from a mathematical and physical point of view. It sets up a hypothesis that when the God existed before the Big Bang as an unconscious being became conscious, the energy that was produced during the process became a both highly dense and infinite temperature Cosmic Egg and exploded to create the current universe. This assumption is demonstrated by mathematical formulas and physics law, which provide a solid scientific foundation for the aforementioned theory.
Use of FENO in etiological diagnosis of small airway diseases published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
E. Dilka, P. Kapisyzi, Fccp A. Simaku Although major progress has been achieved in the recognition of small airways (SMA) disease, diagnosis still remains difficult. The analysis of FeNO has recently become of great interest in the diagnosis and monitoring of many respiratory diseases. This study focused on value of FeNO in etiological diagnosis of SMA diseases and correlation of FeNO values with spirometry variables. SUMMERY. FeNO is an important biomarker in assessing of the etiology of respiratory symptoms. The difference between values of FeNO in asthma and other diseases with SMA obstruction is significant.
An Improved Network Steganography for Hiding data in IP header published in

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Maitrik Shah Network Steganography is the way of hiding data in the innocent network transmission. It can be carried out by simply embedding information in payload, header or else without embedding any information in which the way the packet is send, length of packets, length of fragments of packets will actually convey the information in the hidden manner. In this paper we will suggest the approach to hide data in the options field of IP header.
Measuring Life Skills of School Going Adolescents published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sreehari R, A Radhakrishnan Nair Adolescence is the transition period from childhood to adulthood and many adolescents experience anxiety, confusion and difficulty in their preparation for adulthood. It is through life skills they will solve their problems, manage situations and cope up with a range of stressors. This study explores the effect of age and gender on life skills among adolescents in Kerala, India. Surveys were administered to 484 male and 487 female students (N = 971) to assess life skills. The finding in the study suggests that there is no gender or age difference in life skills among school going adolescents.
PROMISING PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS OF HONEY: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Samrudhi Pathare*, Padmini Ravikumar and Ankita Mistry Medicinal uses of honey have been archived in the world's medical literature, and since olden times, it has been known to possess many useful properties. Honey has been used in traditional medicines, alone or in conjunction with other substances, and has been administered both topically and orally. In addition, natural honey has been subjected to clinical and a laboratory examination by several expert groups and it has managed to find a position in modern medicine. Inhibitory effect of honey has been reported on over 60 species of bacteria, viruses and a few species of fungi. Antioxidant activity of honey is attributed to a wide range of compounds including peptides, phenolics, organic acids, enzymes, and glucose oxidase that contains gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide which are important in treatment of many disease conditions. Honey has been successfully used in hemodialysis, diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), autolytic debridement, mucositis, vernal keratoconjunctivitis and hemorrhoid. This review covers ancient mythology, composition, morphological properties and the most salient uses of honey in modern human diseases which are supported by recent clinical trials cited in medical journals.
Synthesis of Tl2 Ba2 Ca2 Cu3 O10+? superconductors with partial substitution of Tl by Hg published in

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Maysoon F. Alias, Amal. K. Jassim Bulk polycrystalline samples of high temperature superconductor of the type 2223 have been prepared by a two step solid state reaction method. Substituting Hg with x=0.4 for Tl2-xHgx Ba2 Ca2 Cu3 O10+? give the best values of Tc =133K. The x-ray data of all the superconducting samples showed a tetragonal structure with a high ratio of Tl-2223 superconducting phase.
FPGA Based Implementation of 16 bit RISC Microcontroller published in

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Nilam Patel, Prof. J.H.Patil This project describes the design and implementation of some of the internal hardware components of a microcontroller. The subsystems designed are the fundamental hardware components necessary to create the 16-bit timers input capture and output compare modes, the index register, and other systems. The subsystems designed were the clock controller, the 16-bit timer, the register controller, the register, and the comparator. The project engineers implemented their system using Xilinx to test their logic and VLSI to construct the gates. VHDL code was written in order to implement the project onto an FPGA board.
Business Correspondent Model as a new Financial Inclusion practice in India published in

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Prof. J. K. Tandon, Jayendra Chaturvedi, Jyoti Chaturvedi Financial inclusion i.e., access to adequate and timely credit, and other financial services is of utmost importance for socio-economic development of poor and unbanked sections. It enables them to alleviate their poverty levels through self-employment generation and promotes them as a part of rural banking system. Accordingly, Indian Government is being initiated various financial measures in the banking sector, and different microfinance models have been playing an active role in providing microfinance and other financial services to the rural poor. However, despite these efforts, a large number of social groups remained excluded from the basic opportunities and services provided by the formal financial sector. In these circumstances, as a part of financial inclusion drive, Indian government with the help of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has come up with a new model in the realm of banking sector, called as Business Correspondent (BC) model. This model primarily aims at providing affordable banking facility to the hitherto unbanked population with the help of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) based application and capacity building. Against this backdrop, this paper attempts to introduce the concept of financial inclusion and highlights its need
MANAGEMENT EARNINGS FORECAST DISCLOSURE: A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EBITDA FORECAST AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Andr Folster, Raphael Vinicius Weigert Camargo, Ernesto Fernando Rodrigues Vicente The creation of overly optimistic information can compromise the decision-making process on part of shareholders and other stakeholders. Considering that this type of information can create problems and additional costs stemming from erroneous choices made by users, the present work sought to identify financial indicators associated with the disclosure of Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) estimates in Management Earnings Forecasts (Guidance) reporting. The sample examined was composed of 42 companies and analyses were carried out using logistic and multiple linear regression techniques. The results showed that larger (as per total assets) and more-leveraged companies show a higher level of disclosure. Companies with higher return on equity (ROE) and Current Liquidity ratios, as well as lower Net Margins, present less precise earnings forecast. The companies providing more timely forecasts are also the ones that show higher ROE and Current Liquidity ratios, as well as lower Net Margins. These results indicate that users must take caution when basing decisions on such information, given that the possibility exists that companies bearing these characteristics are more likely to better-timed albeit less-accurate disclosure.
Gaint Intramuscular Lipoma of Thigh: A Rare Entity published in

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Dr. J.P.S. SHAKYA,Dr. AVANISH KUMAR SAXENA,DR VARUN KUMAR AGARWAL,DR NITIKA MITTAL, DR MAYANKAGARWAL Lipomas are the most common soft tissue tumors with a prevalence rate of 2.1 per 1,000 people1.They are usually located in subcuticular areas; and deep location is very rare as well as the distal and intramuscular locations .We report the case of a 35-year-old man who was referred to our department due to the presence of a large mass growing on the upper thigh of the right leg; over 3 years it had steadily increased in size causing pain while rising from bed and on standing. US of the soft tissues and MRI scanning were performed which suggest it was a giant intramuscular lipoma, the mass was excised anddensitometric values of the mass suggested adipose tissue, which was subsequently confirmed by biopsy
A study on economic viability of tomato (Solanum lycopersicon) cultivation by organic system of farming published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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A. JHA CHAKRABORTY, A. K. NANDI AND B. K. BERA The study based on primary data collected from Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal reveals that tomato produced by organic system of farming requires an investment of Rs. 37884.45 per ha which is estimated to be 9.17 % higher than that produced by conventional (applying chemical and organic inputs) system of farming. But the total return realized from organic tomato is found to be 5.84 % below conventional average. Cost of production is estimated to be Rs.172 and Rs.155.31 q-1 in the same order. Higher prime cost of cultivation coupled with lower physical yield accounting 9.08 % have rendered the organic growers to obtain 28.19% lower net return per ha compared to its counter parts in conventional system. The return-cost ratios are also observed to be less in the former (1.67) than the later (1.93). Relatively greater expenditures on organic manures and fertilizers, human labours and other components including seeds, irrigation etc measuring 10.05, 10.84 and 5.47 % respectively are responsible for higher prime cost of cultivation in organic farms in comparison to conventionally managed farms. Higher premium prices deserved by organic products for its beneficial impacts on human health, soil fertility and environment along with input subsidy as in the case of chemical fertilizers is necessary to offset the loss arising out of the lower physical yield and higher prime cost of organic tomato production and also to make it economically viable over conventionally grown tomato.
The aim of our study is to assess the effect of small-sided handball game on body composition and aerobic capacity of male handball players. Sixteen (16) handball players were selected and randomly classifieds into two groups namely small-sided handball game (SSHG = 8) and control group (CON = 8). Sixteen handball players were tested before training, after three weeks of training and after six weeks of training. The body composition was measured through skinfold measurements and aerobic capacity was measured by Yo-Yo intermittent recovery test level II. The SSHG group performed 4 4 min small sided game at an intensity of 90-95% of heart rate maximum (HRmax), separated by 4 minutes of active recovery during which handball passing drill was performed at 60-65% of HRmax. To assess the training effect 2 3 repeated measure ANOVA on last factor was performed. When interaction is significant simple effect was calculated and followed by Scheffe S post hoc test. The result of our study showed that eight weeks of SSHG training failed to show changes in percent body fat (F = 0.835, p = 0.445) and lean body mass (F = 2.763, p = 0.080). However, aerobic capacity showed a significant improvement (F = 51.36, p = 0.000) in handball players. The training intervention showed aerobic power 4.75% of improvement after three weeks and 8.83% after six weeks of handball specific aerobic training. We concluded that small sided handball training programs might be appropriate enough to improve aerobic power but body composition remained unchanged in handball players in short training duration. published in

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Dr Mogre D A It has been documented that Cervical lymphadenopathy is the most frequent site of regional lymphadenopathy.Cervical Tuberculous lymphadenitis is the most common form of extra-pulmonary Tuberculosis.A single observer cross sectional prospective study was conducted in the department of Pathology of Rajiv Gandhi Medical College attached to a tertiary level Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital over the period of 1stof August 2011 to 31st of January 2012 total 250 cases of Cervical lymphadenitis were assessed clinically and by FNAC.In the cytological diagnosis, tubercular lymph-adenitis was most prevalent diagnosis (40.40%). Among the metastatic secondaries, squamous cell carcinoma was most common . Tuberculous lymphadenopathy was most common in third decade with a female preponderance. Posterior triangle (level V ) groups of Lymph nodes were found significantly more involved by reactive and non specific lymphadenitis whereas Jugulo-diagastric (level II) were more commonly involved in TB. . The clinico-pathologicalstudy of cervical lymphadenopathy will help clinicians in better mamagements of patients.
Implementation of Discrete Fourier Transform and Orthogonal Discrete Wavelet Transform in Python published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Tariq Javid Ali, Syed Saood Zia This paper presents implementation of Discrete Fourier Transform and Orthogonal Discrete Wavelet Transform in Python computer programming language. The Fourier Transform is a fundamental signal processing tool whereas the Wavelet Transform is a powerful and advanced signal processing tool. Both have applications in numerous scientific and engineering disciplines. Our implementation aims to develop a deeper understanding of these transformations by presenting detailed coding steps to generate the frequency-domain and wavelet-domain outputs for selected example time-domain input signals. The results generated from developed program code are compared using built-in functions with similar matches have shown the successful implementation.
Evaluate the Positive Aspects of Student Learning Experience in Social Media Using Naive Bayers Algoritham published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sheetal R. Patodiya, Prof. Namrata Shroff Students informal conversations on social media (e.g twitter, Facebook and other social media sites) show the educational experiences, opinions, feelings and concern about the learning process. The data extraction from the social media provide valuable knowledge to inform student learning experience about how they positively taking the education and what are the benefits they gain from the education and in which area they are most focusing. My research focuses on the discover positive view of the students (using text and image and multiple languages ) find the most accurate result using or improving multi-label naive bayers classification in which attribute will be divided into multiple categories. Furthermore it is assumed that an appropriate algorithm provides better efficiency and more accurate results.
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA ITS SUSTAINABILITY published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs. J. Kavitha The role of women entrepreneurs in the process of economic development has been recognized form nineties in various parts of the world. Today, in the world of business, women entrepreneurship has become an essential movement in many countries and has been accepted in all areas of working. A strong desire to do something positive is an inbuilt quality of entrepreneurial women, who is capable of contributing values in both family and social life. With the advent of media, women are aware of their own traits, rights and also the work situations. The challenges and opportunities provided to the women of digital era are growing rapidly that the job seekers are turning into job creators. Many women start a business due to some traumatic event, such as divorce, discrimination due to pregnancy or the corporate glass ceiling, the health of a family member, or economic reasons such as a layoff. But a new talent pool of women entrepreneurs is forming today, as more women opt to leave corporate world to chart their own destinies. This study portraits the prospects and barriers for the sustainability of women entrepreneurship in India.
OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY AMONG THE SCHEDULED CASTES IN MAHARASHTRA published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Jagan Karade After 1960, Maharashtra Govt. has made an atte mpt to initiate multidimensional (Educational, social and economical) policies in order to bring about radical changes in the position of SCs. However, after 50 year of independence, the time has come to evaluate the extent of which policies have been succ essful in eradicating the inequality in society. This study is attempted to measure the impact of Reservation Policy, besides it, what are the major responsible factors for bringing occupational mobility among the SCs. The leading caste as an occupational mobility is concerned. After the religious conversion, the Buddhists people threw their traditional attitudes, beliefs and customs. Therefore, their life style has undergone changed. But various researchers have treated Buddhist as Mahar. In this research , researcher found that, Govt. has treated SC as Buddhist. But Govt. has not given any separate identity to them. Buddhists community is more aware about the educational and occupational development and their rights than other communities in the schedule. Hence, the development of the Buddhists could be treated as an ideal model for other Backward Classes.
THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF STUCTURE AND CULTURE TO KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Quang Linh Huynh, Nguyen Van Nguyen Knowledge management is deemed as a consequence of organizational structure and organizational culture. Previous projects have investigated the effects of organizational structure and organizational culture on the knowledge management; but none of them have evaluated the relative importance of organizational structure and organizational culture to the knowledge management. This research attempts to re-examine the relations of knowledge management with organizational structure and organizational culture by using the multiple linear regression. Specifically, it applies the analytic hierarchy procedure to rank the comparative significance between organizational structure and organizational culture to the knowledge management. The data for analyses was obtained from 101 publicly listed firms in the Vietnamese Stock Exchange. The findings provide statistically significant support for the influences of organizational structure and organizational culture on knowledge management and the influential levels are different. This research makes some contributions. For the theoretical aspect, the findings offer new evidence on the relative importance between organizational structure and organizational culture to knowledge management, which is organizational culture more important than organizational structure in boosting the implementation of knowledge management in business. On a practical aspect, the results help business managers with a good decision in adopting knowledge management to different types of organizational structure and organizational culture. Keywords: Organizational Structure, Organizational Culture, Knowledge Management
THE BEGINNINGS OF ROMANIAN DENTAL MEDICAL EDUCATION. TWO FOUNDERS: GHEORGHE BILASCU AND D. D. NICULESCU published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
George LUCA, Nicolae MARCU In Western European, starting with 1870, the stomatologist was an independent worker, refusing the allembracing patronage of surgery, while the dentistry profession used to acquire prestige and autonomy in the medical world. As the object of some modern, legal regulations, being also taught in universities as an independent discipline, dentistry was no longer viewed as a Cinderella of the medical science. Against the background of such a definite professional emancipation, the necessity to establish institutions forming doctors specialized in Dentistry became an impending one. The formal separation from the older sister Medicine and the creation of dental schools and departments was the more difficult, the more deeply rooted were the conservative mentalities and old traditions. Yet, the master minds of dentistry succeeded in imposing their ideas, supported by sound and convincing arguments, for the creation of the first schools of dental medicine in Romania. Consequently, as early as 1872, in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, an imperial decree recognized the importance of dental practice and of its belonging to a separate branch of medicine, its exercising being permitted only to doctors in medicine. In such a politico-legislative context, the first faculty of stomatology was created at Cluj, in 1919, under the guidance of Gheorghe Bilacu. In the same period, in Bucureti, another daring character, great supporter of the stomatological school, dr. D. D. Niculescu, was taking great efforts to convince the decision-makers on the necessity of creating a faculty of stomatology, yet with no positive outcome. Several years were still to pass until the foundation of the first academic institution of dentistry in Romania (1936). The friendship uniting these two dreamers in the beginning of the XXth century is a perfect exemplification of the intense communication and cooperation within intelectual elites for the development of a medical stomatology school in the two Romanian provinces. Keywords: stomatological school, Gh Bilascu, D D Niculescu
Medical Tourism in India An Overview K published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. D. Geetha, Ms. A. Karthika Medical tourism can be defined as the provision of cost effective private medical care in collaboration with the tourism industry for patients needing surgical and other forms of specialized treatment. It is the process of traveling outside the country of residence for the purpose of receiving medical treatments. Evolution in the popularity of medical tourism has captured the attention of policy-makers, researchers and the media. Today there are both qualitative and quantitative shifts in patient mobility and people travel from richer to developing countries in order to avail health services. It was initially patients moving from less developed countries to western countries in pursuit of advanced treatments. Such shift is mostly driven by the relatively inexpensive treatments in developing nations, cheaper flight costs, increased marketing and online consumer information about the availability of advanced medical services. This paper identifies the current scenario of medical tourism in India.
Small to Mall: A Study of Dynamic Diversification of Indian Retail Sector published in

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Sankar V There are many five limbed core configurations. In all the existing configurations specific loss (loss per kg at a given flux density) is higher than the three phase three legged core. The reasons are yoke areas not matching with the amount of the flux flowing and the mitered joints also not matching with the quantity of the flux flowing. Compared to the non-split cores, the split cores are posing manufacturing problems and higher losses. Model core of a new configuration and two model cores of existing configurations were built and tested. Relative merits of the new core configuration and reduction in losses are tabulated. This new core configuration can be adopted easily for both non-split and split cores. Relative advantages and disadvantages of different core configurations are discussed. Tests conducted on model cores described in this paper are limited to five-limbed core type transformer cores. Iron losses were measured at different flux densities on model five-limbed cores with different core configurations. The first model (Type 1) is the typical configuration being used by transformer manufacturers around the world. An attempt is made to build another model fivelimbed core (Type 2) by modifying the position of mitered joints of main end limbs laminations. This modification was done so that the flux from the main end limbs can flow from limbs to yokes without overcrowding at mitered joints. Often, the diameter of the main limbs is greater than the maximum widest width lamination normally available (1000 mm). For this reason, five-limbed cores often have split limbs. A third model (Type 3) representing the split core was also built to get a loss comparison with non-split cores.
ANTIBACTERIAL AND PHYTOCHEMICAL ACTIVITIES OF MORINGA OLEIFERA ON BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH WOUND INFECTION AND GASTROENTERITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Eze, V.C., Nwankwo, I.U. and Eluwa, O.V Antibacterial activities of aqueous and ethanolic extracts of different parts of Moringa oleifera plant were evaluated against some human bacteria pathogens. The results obtained showed presence of spanonins, tannin, flavonoids, starch, steroids and Cyanogenic glucoside in all the plant parts studied though a component may be present in one or two parts and absent in the other. The activity of the extracts varied with the extracting solvents as well as with the test bacterial species. The mean inhibition zone diameters of the aqueous extracts of the different parts of the plant on the growth of the pathogens ranged as follows: Escherichia coli, 5.67 0.58mm 7.67 0.58mm; Staphylococcus aureus, 6.33 0.58mm 14.33 1.53mm; Pseudomonas aeruginosa , 6.67 0.58mm 11.67 1.15mm and Salmonella, 7.67 0.58mm 16.33 1.53mm. The mean inhibition zone diameters of the ethanolic extracts of the different parts of the plant on the growth of the patho gens ranged as follows: Escherichia coli, 7.67 0.58mm 16.67 1.15mm; Staphylococcus aureus, 7.33 1.15mm 16.50 0.87mm, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, 7.00 1.0mm 18.00 2.00mm; Salmonella, 8.00 0.58mm 13.33 0.58mm. However, the leaf extracts had the highest activity on the pathogens in both the aqueous and ethanolic extracts while the leaf stalk extract recorded the least activity except on Escherichia coli where the seed had the least activity. The standard antibiotics were found to be more active on the organisms than the extracts. The potency of the extracts against the pathogens was attributed to the different phytochemical substances present in the plant parts.
THE FORMATION OF OFFERS REGARDING THE MODIFICATION OF REGULATIONS FOR INTRODUCING THE EFFECTIVE SYSTEM OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION OF FORESTRY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatiana Vitalievna Butova; Marina Konstantinovna Krivtsova; Vladislav Pavlovich Tolmachev In this work offers regarding the modification of the current legislation for introducing the effective system of public administration of forestry are touched upon. The list of the regulations which are necessary for implementing these developed offers is provided as well.
Self-Phase Modulation, Cross-Phase Modulation and Four-Wave Mixing Are the Root Cause of the Nonlinear Effects in Optical Fiber published in

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Dr.Brijesh.N.chawda,A.Swamy Change in the refractive index of the medium with optical intensity and inelastic- scattering phenomenon leads to non-linear effects like self-phase modulation, cross-phase modulation and four-wave mixing which in turn affect fiber telecom system performance adversely and proper fiber system design reduces these nonlinear effects.
Performance Analysis of a Diesel Engine Using Oxygen Enriched Combustion published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
C.Palani, P.Santhakumar ABSTRACT IC engine has an effective efficiency of 30-35%. This means that almost 70% of the chemical energy contained in the fuel is lost in the coolant, in the exhaust gases, in the incomplete combustion of fuel and in radiation. One way of increasing efficiency is by inducting oxygen into the combustion chamber since oxygen is a combustion enhancer. If the amount of oxygen entering into the combustion chamber increased it would result in better engine performance and lower emissions. Oxygen can be inducted in the intake manifold by the help of an external source. This additional increase of oxygen in air will affects all parameters of the engine like Brake power, emissions, and heat release. In this study only performance characteristics of the engine are considered. Load test is conducted on a single cylinder diesel engine for various concentration of oxygen and the engine performance parameters are discussed. Keywords: Efficiency, Chemical Energy, Combustion Chamber, Performance.
Efficacy of organic manures on growth, yield and biomolecules of stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni) published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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

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Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra Diabetes mellitus is a chronic, lifelong condition that affects ability of our body to use the energy found in food substances. It is a one of the most common endocrine disorder. All the Hemorheological parameters in diabetes mellitus are usually disturbed. These parameters consist of plasma proteins, erythrocyte aggregation, hematocrit, and erythrocyte deformability. The abnormalities associated with each of these parameters have been shown to noticeably increase both plasma and whole blood viscosity (WBV). Blood viscosity is a measure of the resistance to blood flow. Purpose of the present study is to explore the factors responsible for rise in blood viscosity in diabetes mellitus patients. In present study, estimation of blood viscosity has been done on 50 patients of diabetes and 25 controls. In present study it was observed that there is significant rise in blood viscosity in diabetese mellitus patients in compare to normal control person.
Entrepreneurs of Saurashtra: Various Industries, Various Attributes published in

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Jayen K. Thaker Entrepreneurs are the life blood of any economy. Different industries need different personalities. Entrepreneurs have some common while certain uncommon characteristics. To discover this common and uncommon a survey has been undertaken in Saurashtra region of Gujarat state. Total 209 entrepreneurs of total 7 industries have been surveyed by a common questionnaire. The results revealed that entrepreneurs of 5 industries carry many similar characteristics while entrepreneurs of 2 industries differ significantly
A CLINICAL STUDY OF ACUTE ABDOMEN IN A TEACHING HOSPITAL published in

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Dr. Perigela Haricharan, Dr. M. Koti Reddy Background: Government General Hospital, Kurnool is the main referral center for the region. The hospital is a teaching Hospital under Dr.N.T.R University Of Health Sciences, Vijayawada. Objectives: Our objective is to present updated results of the systemic analysis of 200 consecutively operated cases of acute abdomen of different etiologies in surgical emergency room of Government general hospital, Kurnool. The design is a prospective systemic analysis Methodology: Our data sources were admissions in the surgical emergency room over a period of 2 years, from June 2013 to June 2015. Patients in age group of 18years and above of either sex presenting with signs and symptoms of acute abdomen who underwent surgery are included in the study. Results: Outcomes from our study reveal that acute appendicitis and Duodenal Ulcer perforation are the main reasons for admissions requiring surgical intervention, in our region. Conclusion: We conclude that a junior resident/surgeon in our region in a surgical emergency room should be well versed in diagnosing acute appendicitis and Duodenal Ulcer perforation.
Study of Action of Terfezia Boudieri Chatin, a Wild Edible Desert Truffle from Egypt on Morphological Features and Ultra Structures of Certain Bacterial and Fungal Isolates published in

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Amal A.I. Mekawey Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) were used to study the effect of aqueous, chloroform,, acetone and methanol extracts of Terfezia boudieri on morphological features and ultrastructures of four isolates including Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria such as Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and filamentous Aspergillus niger and Candida albicans, where previously showed highly sensitive to these extracts, respectively. Great changes (aggregation, distortion, elongation, swollen) of morphological features and alteration of ultra- organelles measurements of tested fungal isolates were reported.
Management of Water Quality: A Case Study of Bhopal City published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Amit Dubey*, Suman Malik and Avinash Bajpai Water is the key element for life. Life began and is sustained by water. The need of water for human does not end on drinking water, but humans need water for irrigation, industrial and other uses as well. Therefore, dependable source of water has been the epicenter of human settlements since their beginning. However due to indiscriminate use, the precious water sources holding usable water are constantly shrinking. The demand of water is on a constant rise and the supply is constantly shrinking. This deficit in demand and supply of water is on a constant rise in most of the cities across the globe. The only sustainable solution to this very challenging problem seems to be the management of the water quality of existing water resources. Bhopal, the city of lakes ironically faces severe water crisis especially during the dry months of the year. Most of the water bodies present in and around the city holds sufficient water, though the quality of the water in them renders these waters unusable. The present paper deals with the management of water quality of water bodies present in the city of Bhopal so as to ensure their optimum utilization.
Slow breathing has unequal effects on prehypertensives from different ethnic/racial groups published in

Annals of Medical Physiology

Published by Quench Academy of Medical Education and Research (QAMER) Publishing House
Vera Evgenievna Shekh In this study, we investigated whether slow breathing reduces blood pressure (BP) in individuals at risk of developing hypertension and if slow breathing has the same effect on Caucasian, African, Arabian and Indian subjects. Also we assessed ethnic/racial differences in low frequency (LF) power and high frequency (HF) power of heart rate variability (HRV). A total of 40 Caucasian men from Ukraine, 39 West African men mostly from Nigeria, 38 Arabic men from Palestine and Israel and 41 South Asian men from India studying at V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University were recruited in this study. The subjects were further classified into normotensive and prehypertensive groups. Heart rate (HR), systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), LF power, HF power of HRV were recorded at spontaneous breathing and at paced breathing of 10 and 6 breaths per minute. It was found that slowing respiratory rate to 6 breaths per minute reduces SBP in prehypertensive Caucasians, Arabs, Indians, but not in Africans. At 6 breaths per minute, natural logarithm of HF (LnHF) power indicating cardiovagal activity was less in normotensive Arabs than in Caucasians, Africans and Indians possibly suggesting an increased risk of developing hypertension; while prehypertensive Africans demonstrated LnHF power higher than Arabs and Indians. When covariates like age and body mass index (BMI) were considered, prehypertensive Africans demonstrated LnHF power higher than in Caucasians also. It is suggested that in prehypertensive Africans the control of autonomic nervous activity is reset to a higher level of parasympathetic outflow.
Recycling Concrete published in

International Journal of Applied Science and Technology

Published by IIMT University,Ganga Nagar, Meerut-250001
Ali Akbar, Yogesh Kumar Concrete recycling is an increasingly common method of utilizing the demolished or renovated concrete. The process involved for recycling are crushing, pre-sizing, sorting, screening and contaminant elimination. Further cleaning is necessary to ensure the recycled concrete products is free of dirt, clay, wood, plastic and organic materials. This is done by water floatation, hand picking, air separators and electromagnetic separators. The more care that is put into the quality, the better product we will receive with sound quality control and screening. Seceral advance have made recycling more economical for all types of concrete pavements. These includes:- •development of equipment for breaking con- crete be they plain, mesh and doubly continous reinforced. • Develoment of methods to remove steel that minimizes the labour. Use and application of crushing equipments that can accomodate steel reinforcement
Block chain Technology in Banking and Finance Sector in India published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
ALBERT DENNY Bachelors of Commerce (Finance & Accountancy), Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. KARTHIK KULANDAIVEL Bachelors of Commerce (Finance & Accountancy), Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. PRANAV NARANG Bachelors of Commerce (Finance & Accountancy), Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Abstract Titled “Study on the Impact of Implementing Block chain Technology in Banking and Finance Sector in India”. This study aims at finding out the possible impact of implementation of block chain technology in the finance sector in India. The need for the implementation of block chain technology (distributed ledger) has stemmed out of the inefficiencies in the existing system. We have used the case study form of research where block chain technology has been implemented in foreign countries to arrive at the conclusion of our project. After conducting our research, we have arrived at a conclusion that block chain technology is revolutionary and has the potential to replace existing technologies. Although it is in its infancy stage of implementation in the Indian economy, we estimate that it will be implemented in all banks and the finance sector in India within the next five years.
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.
Grey water treatment by slanted soil system under real conditions in rural area published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
H. Amadou, Y. Maiga, M. Sou/Dakoure, A. Abdou, A. H. Maiga The Performance of the slanted soil for grey water was evaluated in light of required water quality of irrigation reuse. This study aimed to assess the treatment performance of grey water system by slanted soil and check the possibility of reuse this water treated in irrigation. The greywater was collected every week in two pilot families in Kologondiss village. The levy was made at the input and output of grey water in the treatment system and the storage tank points. Samples were submitted to physicochemical and microbiological analysis. Following changes to the treatment system, it is expected a strong improvement of purifying performance of this system. The results of this survey showed a very good purification performance of organic matters up to 89.78% for suspended solids (SS), 86.75% for chemical oxygen demand (COD) and 87% for biochemical oxygen demand (BOD). Regarding the reduction of bacterial pollution, the obtained results are greater to those of previous studies with 2.48 log, 3.33 log and 1.99 log respectively for E. coli, coliforms and enterococci. These results are slightly higher than the standards of reuse in irrigation. Keywords: Grey water, Performance, Slanted soil, Treatment
Home Schooling '“ Advantages and Disadvantages published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Denis Alexandrovich Chemezov; Vasily Sergeevich Seliverstov; Andrey Sergeevich Komisar; Natalia Andreevna Zezina; Svetlana Ivanovna Tyurina The article was made the analysis of the degree of plastic strain of the plate stock with a thickness of 3 mm when the depth of draw up to 20 mm. The character of the stresses of the material of the plate stock at different area was specified. The results of calculation of stress-strain state of the material during shallow drawing of plate stock of different thickness were represented.
The Impact of Dividend Policy on Firm Performance under High or Low Leverage; Evidence from Pakistan published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Adnan Ali, Farzand Ali Jan, Maryam Atta This study aims to find out the impact of dividend policy on firm performance under high or low debt for all the non-financial sector companies listed on Karachi Stock Exchange. This study has utilized the secondary data published by State Bank of Pakistan in the shape of Balance Sheet Analysis of non-financial sector for the period of 2006 to 2001 with the sample size consisting of 122 companies. Panel data models have been applied to examine the impact of dividend policy on firm performance in the presence of high or low leverage. Mainly it has focused on using two performance measures i.e. Tobin’s Q and Return on Equity both as dependent variables while the control variable includes the firm size and growth with debt as the moderating variable. Breusch and Pagan Lagrangian multiplier test for random effects suggested that OLS is better than fixed effect. It is found that the dividend payout ratio has got significant positive relationship with Tobin’s Q and ROA when there is both less and high debt. In addition, there is no moderating effect of debt on the relationship between dividend payout ratio and firm performance of all the non-financial firms listed in KSE.
SPECIFIC PROB LEMS OF MANAGEMENT OF SO CIALLY ORIENTED INNOV ATIVE ENTERPRISES published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Valentina Parakhina, Olga Boris The article highlights specific areas of the occurrence of problems in socially focused organizations, gives estimation of these problems of management by the innovative enterprises in North Caucasus Federal District (NCFD) and methods of their solution, characterizes the innovative enterprises under investigation as new market institutes.
VALIDATED DIFFERENCE ABSORBANCE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF TINIDAZOLE IN BULK AND DOSAGE FORMS. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Malathi Raghunath*, Amol Dhamne, Swapnali Borude and Anoop Singh The aim of the present study was to develop a simple, accurate, precise, reproducible and economical difference UV spectrophotometric method for quantitative estimation of Tinidazole (TNZ) in bulk and its formulation. The solvent used for analysis was 0.1N HCl and 0.1N NaOH to induce spectral changes in TNZ so as to eliminate unwanted absorption arising from pH insensitive substances in formulations of TNZ. The absorbance was recorded at ?max (276 nm) of TNZ in 0.1N HCl and ?max (366nm) of TNZ in 0.1N NaOH. The method was validated for parameters such as linearity, accuracy, precision and limit of quantification, limit of detection, ruggedness and robustness as per ICH guidelines. The proposed method is thus recommended for routine analysis of TNZ in bulk and tablet formulations without any interference of excipients. The use of 0.1N HCl and 0.1N NaOH was found to be quite satisfactory for the estimation of TNZ and therefore does not require higher concentrations of HCl and NaOH for sample preparation as reported earlier.
A Semi-supervised approach to Document Clustering with Sequence Constraints published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Murtaza Munawar Fazal, Muhammad Rafi Document clustering is usually performed as an unsupervised task. It attempts to separate different groups of documents (clusters) from a document collection based on implicitly identifying the common patterns present in these documents. A semi-supervised approach to this problem recently reported promising results. In semi-supervised approach, an explicit background knowledge (for example: Must-link or Cannot-link information for a pair of documents) is used in the form of constraints to drive the clustering process in the right direction. In this paper, a semi-supervised approach to document clustering is proposed. There are three main contributions through this paper (i) a document is transformed primarily into a graph representation based on Graph-of-Word approach. From this graph, a word sequences of size=3 is extracted. This sequence is used as a feature for the semi-supervised clustering. (ii) A similarity function based on commonword sequences is proposed, and (iii) the constrained based algorithm is designed to perform the actual cluster process through active learning. The proposed algorithm is implemented and extensively tested on three standard text mining datasets. The method clearly outperforms the recently proposed algorithms for document clustering in term of standard evaluation measures for document clustering task.
RECENT SCENARIO OF GELUCIRES IN SOLID DISPERSION TECHNIQUES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ankita D. Sorkhel* and Yogesh S. Chaudhari Poor water solubility is the major drawback for the various types of drugs and many approaches have been introduced for the solubility enhancement of such drugs. Solid dispersion is one of the techniques adopted for the formulation of such drugs. In this technique, a poorly soluble drug is dispersed in a highly soluble solid hydrophilic matrix, which enhances the dissolution of the drug. Solid dispersion techniques can yield eutectic (non-molecular level mixing) or solid solution (molecular level mixing) products. Presence of the drug in microcrystalline state, improved wettability and formation of high free energy amorphous forms of the drug during solid dispersion formation contribute towards enhancement of drug solubilisation. Despite the promising aspects of dissolution enhancement and simplicity of concept, the solid dispersion has decreased popularity due to manufacturing, stability and scale-up issues. Solid dispersions of poorly water-soluble drugs with water-soluble carriers has been reduced the incidence of these problems and enhanced dissolution. The focus of this review article on advantages, disadvantages of solid dispersions, method of their preparations and current use of gelucires in solid dispersion formulations. This article will also address the physical characterization of a Gelucire based solid dispersion formulation and illustrate some of its potential drawbacks in terms of physical stability.
A Managerial Perspective of Dynamic Capabilities in Hotel Performance: A Study of Total Quality Management Market Orientation, and Organizational Learning published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Ching-wen Chang, Kuan-Yu Chen, and Cheng-Hua Wang This study investigates how a hotel’s performance is related to its dynamic capabilities, which are defined in this study as encompassing market orientation, TQM, and organizational learning. In this study, data was collected from a questionnaire survey and then analyzed using structural equation modeling (SEM). Results indicate that all the constructs have a significantly positive relation to hotel performance; TQM and organizational learning respectively play a mediator role in the relationship between market orientation and organizational learning and that between market orientation and hotel performance; the effect of market orientation on hotel performance is also serially mediated by TQM and organizational learning.
Role of Word of Mouth Communication in Tourists Touristic Good Preferences: A Research on Domestic Tourists published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Ahmet Tayfun, Mustafa Y?ld?r?m, Ltfiye Ka? The present study analyzed the revised number of tourist arrivals in Turkey between This work which aims to find how domestic tourists use the word of mouth resources in their touristic good preferences is a survey study. Within this context, this work aims to find the views of domestic tourists regarding the word of mouth resources in their touristic good preferences. The study starts with a conceptual framework for defining the concept of word of mouth and related concepts. Next, we have developed a survey by benefiting from previous studies on the subject. The survey was conducted in various touristic sites of Ankara. The survey data obtained by participation of 424 domestic tourists has been analyzed by using statistical packet software. Cronbachs Alpha on reliability of the survey scale has been found ? = 0,83. This indicates that the survey scale is a highly reliable one. Demographic characteristics of participants have been given in the form of frequency and percentage. The next part deals with the degree to which tourists were influenced by word of mouth resources and participated in word of mouth activities in displaying their satisfaction and dissatisfaction. One sample t-test and ANOVA have been employed in order to determine the extent to which these degrees have changed in accordance with demographic variables. Besides, paired samples t-test has been used to determine existence of a statistically meaningful variance when they participate in word of mouth activities in case of satisfaction and dissatisfaction.
Sensitivity Analysis of Asset Allocation: In The Presence of Correlation published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Somayeh Madadpour Payam Hanafizadeh Reza Habibi Linearization of portfolio optimization plays a central role in financial studies, since linear problem allows for performing sensitivity analysis. This concept makes it possible to measure the variation of parameters as a result of variation of one parameter in a linear problem, without solving the problem from scratch. Based on the existing literatures, the approach of CVaR (conditional value at risk) method outperforms other methods, therefore in this study CVaR is applied as a constraint to change portfolio optimization problem into a linear problem. The coefficient of objective function of mentioned method for a portfolio includes average of asset returns, which are highly correlated. Here principal component analysis is employed to convert the correlation of the functional relations. An example of stock market is employed to substantiate the validity of method. Finally, we verify that the result of the presented method is closer to the ideal result.
Effect of Plyometric Training on Muscular Strength Among Nagaland University Students published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Baljit Singh Sekhon, Dr P. V. Shelvam The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of plyometric training on muscular strength among Nagaland university students. To achieve this purpose of the study, thirty men students were selected as subjects who were from the various faculties, Nagaland University, Lumami. The selected subjects were aged between 19 to 24 years. They were divided into two equal groups of fifteen each, Group I underwent plyometric training and Group II acted as control that did not participate in any special training apart from their regular sports and games practices. The subjects were tested on selected criterion variables such as muscular strength prior to any immediately after the training period. The selected criterion variable such as muscular strength was determined through using Leg dynomometer. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to find out the significant differences if any, between the experimental group and control group on selected criterion variable. The 0.05 level of confidence was fixed to test the significance, which was considered as an appropriate. The result of the present study has revealed that there was a significant difference among the experimental and control group on muscular strength.
Influence of Cleft lip and Palate on Characteristics of Hearing Loss published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Jadranka Handzic* Objectives: To find out and evaluate and compare hearing threshold of the cleft-side vs. non-cleft side in children with unilateral cleft lip and palate (UCLP), to find out if the severity of the morphological and functional changes on the cleft lip and palate side correlate with severity of the hearing loss, to find out if ears of cleft vs.non cleft side show difference in improvement of the hearing loss with aging. Method: Tympanometry and pure tone audiometry performed in study group of 76 children with UCLP of the left side and median age of 6 years. All of the children previously have undergone operatively repaired left cleft lip and palate under the standard conditions. Tested children have long term history of hearing loss and no ear surgery. Results of tonal audiometry were evaluated for speech frequencies (500Hz, 1000Hz, 2000Hz and 4000 Hz) according to age subgroups of 1-3, 4-7, and 8-12 years. Hearing loss was considered of mild, moderate or severe level. Ears of the non-cleft side with no morphological structural defect, served as control in the evaluation of the hearing thresholds of the ears of cleft side. Results: Highest average of hearing loss across speech frequencies showed youngest age group of 1-3 year. There was no difference between levels of hearing loss between cleft and non-cleft side. At the age of 4-7 yr. cleft side ears showed highest hearing loss average and medians for separate frequencies, if compared with non/cleft side ears. Cleft side ears showed higher incidence of ears with moderate and severe hearing loss which do not improve hearing threshold with aging. Increase of ears with normal hearing is not significant with aging. Ears on cleft side showed mild level ears. Ears of non-cleft side ears showed increase of ears with normal and mild hearing loss with aging. Conclusion: Ears of cleft side ears in unilateral cleft lip and palate children are more pronounced for hearing loss and have less improvement of hearing threshold with aging, because of negative influence of structural defects in the region of the Eustachian tube of the of cleft lip and palate side.
AGE AND GENDER WISE DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF TYPHOID CAUSING BACTERIA SALMONELLA SEROVARS IN MAHAKAUSHAL REGION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Mohammad Danish Siddiquie and Ravi Prakash Mishra The present study was undertaken to determine the diversity and occurrence of serovars of genus Salmonella, in the clinical samples of typhoid positive patients from different geographical area in and around Mahakaushal region of Madhya Pradesh. In this study, the isolation of Salmonella from clinical samples taken from various districts indicates the wide spread distribution of Salmonella in different age groups at Mahakaushal regions. The occurrence of Salmonella was not confined to a particular location as Salmonella was recovered from all areas sampled. Salmonella is widespread and many of the serotypes can infect animals and humans. Infection may cause pathological conditions resulting in morbidity and mortality. The detection of Salmonella in food and water is therefore important in the prevention of such infections. Investigation was aimed to explore the diversity of Salmonella Serovars by means of cultural and biochemical characteristics.
THE CONCEPT OF DISPLACEMENT SHOWN IN THE NOVELS OF AMITAV GHOSH published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Ramesh Mamidala (M A (Eng Litt.), Ph D Scholar, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana State) Representing multicultural communities and the resultant displacement in any book by the writers is a matter of quest and an urgent question in Diasporic literatures to get an answer for. There are certain ubiquitous and mundane characteristics and also some contradictions among the people, nations, groups, or continents. Nation has been considered as a form of “restrictively imagined collectivities” (Anderson 147) by Amitav Ghosh in “A correspondence on provincializing Europe”. I am presenting Amitav Ghosh as one such novelist who brought it in his novels and through the imaginary characters displaying the notion of nation. He depicts in his novels the confinement, displacement, struggles, inner conflicts faced by the characters after they leave their native place to faraway lands in search of livelihood. During the stay by the protagonists in the faraway lands, they face the most distressing inner conflicts reminiscing heartbreakingly, wishing to meet their dear ones, and longing to go back to their native lands. In this article, I present Amitav Ghosh as a perfect example of diaspora writer who uses the platform to divulge multiculturalism and its aftermath. The reader would feel surprised and keep on surmising at the beginning but feel convinced later that Ghosh’s way of presenting the protagonists is truly a revelation of the effects of displacement. The scope of the article is to present an analysis of the novels of Ghosh and keep the reader speculating further researching on it. This article deals with the writing of Amitav Ghosh and how he treats these problems in representing the encounter between different ethnicities and cultures.
SIMULATION BASED ANALYSIS OF SAND CASTING PROCESS PARAMETERS OF 46MnSi4 ALLOY STEEL TRASH PLATE CASTINGS APPLICABLE FOR SUGAR FACTORY ROLLER STAND published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Kidu GebrecherkosWeldeanenia* , Asmamaw Tegegne Quality of casting is affected by number of defects due to different causes including casting parameters.This paper focus on the analysis of sand casting parameters for casting trash plate applicable for roller stand used in sugar factories.The problems in casting the trash plate from steel of varius grades are porosity,sand sintering,shrinkage,miss run, cold shut and other related defects.In this particular research manganes steel 46MnSi4 was used as a material for the production of the mentioned plate.Thus the objective of this study is to analyze the parameters affecting the quality of the the trash plate casting in order to establish standars that provide sound casting.To carry out the research mixied (experimental and therotical) methods that include physical observation, photographic analysis, intrview, testing and simulation methods were used. Purposive and convenience sampling technique were used for sample selection and sampling. Modeling of trash plate and gating system elements were first developed using CATIA software and simulation was carried out to show thermal history and solidification process of the plate using ANSYS software. The clay content and GFN of molding sand (silica) used were tested and result was found 6.983% and 49.805 respectively. The total solidification period of the trash plate was found as 769.05 seconds.
A STUDY ON DEALER'S SATISFACTION OF ARIGNAR ANNA SUGAR MILL AT THANJAVUR published in

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Saravanan. S, P. Guru ?e study tells about the Dealers satisfaction in Arignar Anna sugar mill, the sampling technique used for this study is simple random technique. ?e tools used for the study is percentage analysis the sampling size used for the study is 103 data were collected with the help of structured questionnaire
RESEARCH OF SURFACE PLASTIC DEFORMATION PROCESSING METHODS IN RUSSIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Aleksey Sergeevich Sevostyanov; Igor Nikolaevich Bobrovskij; Aleksey Aleksandrovich Lukyanov In this paper russian experience of machine parts processing technology with surface plastic deformation methods is presented. The main directions of further development of the technology are determined. Key words: surface plastic deformation, roughness, oil absorption, lubricoolant.
Climate effect of season of birth and litter size on taggar goats production in western Sudan published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
I Bushara The study was conducted in Taggar goats to evaluate the effect of two different levels of protein and energy in the rations on some reproductive and productive traits. Sixty two (62) kids of Taggar goats were allocated to sex and birth type in a complete randomized design according to live body weight. The results indicated that supplemented does secured higher litter size 1.50 and 1.33 compared to control group 1.2. Kidding rate was high in supplemented groups 100% compared with control group 93.8%. Body weight was heavier at time of kidding and weaning for supplemented does compared with control does. These results indicated that supplementation reduced body weight losses throughout the lactation period. The kidding interval for the supplemented does was shorter 247.818.38 and 242.607.88 days for does in groups B and C respectively compared to does in control group, 288.946.84 days. Similarly, the service period had been reduced in supplemented does than those in control group. Results from milk analysis indicated that higher protein, lactose and total solid content in supplemented does whereby fat content was higher in control group. The supplementation had reduced the incidence of abortion and mortality rates compared to the un supplemented does. In conclusion the investigated environmental factors showed an impact on both reproductive and productive traits of the Taggar goats under rangeland farming system. Keywords: Taggar goats, production, reproduction, concentrate ration, dry land.
AN STUDY OF SIMILARITY MEASUREMENT BETWEEN PHISHING AND LEGITIMATE WEBSITES USING BAYESIAN CLASSIFICATION AND ITS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Dr. Rajendra Gupta Safe web browsing and feeding confidential information into websites require the use of protected and secured websites. For the web security, a number of anti-phishing tools have been proposed which provide web user with a dynamic system of warning and protection against potential phishing attacks. Earlier study shows that there is no anti-phishing tool gives satisfactory result in identifying the phishing web pages. For the solution of this problem, in this paper a Bayesian classification approach is proposed to identify the phishing websites. Bayesian filter require two datasets in their approach; one is legitimate website details and second thing is phishing website parameters. A large set of legitimate transactional websites are needed in the study because the set of websites mostly resembles just like phishing websites and the filter must have numerous examples of legitimate transactional websites to achieve a low false positive rate. With the use of Bayesian Classification, some prominent results obtained by selecting phishing indicators.
The state of unpreparedness published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Nicolae Melinescu Events have often taken mankind by surprise through their force and their consequences. Starting with the ancient times, answers to major challenges and threats were sometimes, if not always, late, incomplete and biased. The current migration tide across the Mediterranean questioned Europe’s ability to face an unprecedented process and proved its same unpreparedness in front of major events. Preceding similar situations like the “boat people” fleeing Vietnam three years after the fall of Saigon and the communist takeover of the entire country, the drama in the two Spanish enclaves from North Africa and the first waves of refugees arriving on the shores of the Italian island of Lampedusa taught EU decision makers nothing, and they were caught empty-handed once more as illegal migrants reached the Greek Islands and the new EU member states, Romania included. Chances of getting over the current pattern are not completely wasted if the Europeans’ common effort is focused on the origins of illegal migration, residing in the Middle East countries torn by civil wars and unrest and in African countries under brutal dictatorships.
STUDY OF ENERGY REQUIREMENT FOR MAIZE CULTIVATION IN PANCHMAHAL DISTRICT OF MIDDLE GUJARAT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Parth G. Patel*, Akhil C. Bhut, Pankaj Gupta Energy analysis of crop production is essential to find out the current energy requirement as well as the future demand of energy in crop cultivation. A survey was conducted through structured questionnaire to 93 randomly selected farmers in four villages (Jakhripura, Kandach, Kankanpur and Ganagata) of talukas Godhra, Khanpur and Kalol. The raw data obtained were analyzed after converting data into energy equivalents. It was concluded that fertilizer application consumed maximum operation wise energy with a value of 7010.55 MJ/ha followed by seed bed preparation with the value of 3684.72 MJ/ha. According to so urce wise, chemical fertilizer consumed maximum energy, about 36.09 % of total energy consumption and then after fuel energy 22.62 % of total energy consumption. The total input energy requirement for maize production in Panchmahals district 18831.07 MJ/ha . Total output energy for maize cultivation was 83894.62 MJ/ha. Energy productivity of maize in the study area was found to be 0.25 kg/MJ. The net energy return from the cultivation of maize in Panchmahal district is 65063.55 MJ/ha
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF FLOATING OSMOTIC DELIVERY SYSTEM OF CARVEDILOL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shubham Kundu, Gangadharappa H.V.* and Adithya Pramod Floating osmotic delivery system is a combination of floating and osmotic systems that provides site specific and controlled drug release. Carvedilol is non- selective ? blocker under bio pharmaceutical classification system (BCS) class II is widely used in the treatment of hypertension. Half-life of model drug is 6-8 h. The model drug showed promising pharmacokinetics and physico - chemical properties required for controlled releases dosages. Therefore this drug was selected for present investigation. Floating drug delivery system was developed initially by formulating the osmotic core tablet followed by multilayer coating for floating the system. Core tablet comprised of Carvedilol, Mannitol, and sodium bicarbonate which was coated with cellulose acetate (osmotic layer), followed by coating of floating layer with Hydroxyl propyl Methyl cellulose (E15 / E50) and sodium bicarbonate and further coated with entrapment layer composed of Eudragit RL30D.The drug and polymers were characterized by DSC and pre-compression like bulk density, tapped density and Hausners ratio. The prepared tablets were evaluated for physical properties like floating lag time, duration of floatation. Invitro studies revealed that drug release depends on concentration of polymer, agitation speed and pH of the medium. From the results, it indicated that formulation were intact. Floating lag time and floating time were dependent on hydroxyl propyl methyl cellulose grade used in floating layer and coating percentage on entrapment layer. Drug release was controlled by changing the amount of mannitol in the core tablets.
AUDITOR ROTATION AT BORSA ISTANBUL FIRMS: AN EVENT STUDY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Emrah Arioglu, Koray Tuan This study investigates the market reaction surrounding the announcements of audit firm rotation by public firms quoted at BIST. In addition, it investigates how the market reaction to audit firm rotation changes based on the reputation of the previous and the new audit firms. After conducting an event study, we are unable to provide evidence suggesting that investors in Turkish capital markets value audit firm rotation. The market reaction surrounding the announcements of public firms to switch audit firms or to renew their contracts with the current audit firms is not statistically significant. Our findings also suggest that investors in Turkish capital markets do not value the reputation of audit firms when public firms switch auditors as well. The results are robust to various event windows and alternative audit firm reputation definitions.
Effect of weather conditions on Kharif groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) at Anand in middle Gujarat agro-climatic zone published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.M. GULED, A.M. SHEKH, VYAS PANDEY AND H.R. PATEL A field experiment for the two years was conducted during the kharif seasons of 2009 and 2010 with the first sowing at the onset of monsoon followed by successive sowings at an interval of 15 days with the varieties namely V1-M 335 (Virginia spreading type), V2-GG 20 (Virginia semi-spreading type) and V3-GG 5 (Spanish bunch type) to study the effect of weather conditions on pod yield of groundnut. The overall performance of groundnut crop in terms of pod yield from the present study suggest that, sowing of groundnut should be taken up for variety V1 between 26th to 27th week, as a good rainfall amount and distribution of 823 to 852 mm under early/ normal onset of monsoon as observed during 2010 resulted in commercial production of groundnut. Whereas, sowing of groundnut should be taken up for variety V2 between 26th to 27th, because reasonably a good crop can be produced on as little as 269 to 298 mm of rainfall under late onset of monsoon as observed during 2009 crop growing season. However, during pod development phase (P6) 79% of mean relative humidity, 23.5 mm of Hg mean vapour pressure and 135 mm of rainfall amount were found optimum with an R2 of 0.61, 0.54 and 0.63, respectively to have significantly influenced the pod yield. Similarly, the values beyond for mean maximum air temperature of 32.5 0C, evaporation rate of 3.2 mm and bright sunshine hours of 4.8 were found detrimental with an R2 of 0.53, 0.77 and 0.59, respectively. The decrease in each unit of maximum air temperature, evaporation rate and BSS hours had resulted in decrease of 567, 332 and 474 kg ha-1 in pod yield levels.
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
Banking Role and Loan Schemes for Agricultural Development in China & Pakistan published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Abdul Rehman, Luan Jingdong, Yuneng Du This paper is an analysis and study of role of banking sector and loan schemes between China and Pakistan. As banks are the financial intermediary and money creator that creates the money and lending money from borrowers." In other words banks are the financial institutions that kept the money and saving for commercial purposes or invested and supplied for loans.
SIMULATION AND REDUCTION AS MECHANISMS OF MODELING OF MEDIA IMAGE OF ALIEN IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE published in

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Yevheniya Bilchenko Article is devoted to culturological analysis of Aliens image in the media culture. The basic mechanisms for modeling and representation of the Alien in a virtual area are: simulation and reduction. First means de-ontologisation of status of strangeness as advertising symbol, the second the reduction of the real diversity of a particular Alien to define centered feauture. The both mechanisms base on the principles of trans-sexuality and plaing. Alien as a symbolic figure of hypostasis culture is an integral prerequisite for ethnic and personal clarification of subject. Alien an image that creates our consciousness while event Dasein, that this image supports and strengthens. Strange always has a dual nature. It is also clear that the alien is sacral fear (xenophobia is one of its manifestations) as a kind of mixture of disgust and fascination at the miracle formula go away come close Alien learned in the experiment, such as the phenomenon of death, but at the ontological level Alien figure is true or God as completely different. Alien phenomenon is unique in the fact that, on the one hand, the alien is offline existential status and is quite specific, definite, external reality (in the discourse of empiricism), on the other hand is a mental Alien figure inseparable from Ego, such that way limits the verge of its features (limit in the discourse about transcendentalism). Conscious as myth is self Stranger: not so imaginary fiction, fantasy I generated as a transcendent dimension of depth as being the subject of existence. As an empirical phenomenon arises Alien phenomenological description of the subject, but as a spiritual phenomenon the subject of hermeneutic interpretation. This suggests Outsider as universals of culture that secures the unity of the processes of internalization and externalization. The projection of the inner bay to the outside world and external threat in the subconscious of the subject creates a culture of enemy image that , speaking repressed negative subconscious drive, projected into the world of things and creates a specific configuration of reality. Therefore, we have implemented cultural analysis of two instrumental components of the media image of Alien in contemporary culture: simulation and reduction. The simulation means of losing of actual ontological status of alien as life real danger as a result of which it becomes an image of the game and trans-sex, becoming an advertising symbol. The second one means the construction of a particular variety Alien to conditionally centered traits associated with exotic and strengthens moment ambivalent combination satisfaction and xenophobic attitudes of postmodern media mind the image of a stranger. These features of the media image of Alien is the result of virtualization and simulation, which are the basis of the political manipulation of mass consciousness. Alien becomes the empty sign of otherwise. Thanks to the emptiness of his danger appears as a form of play, where the ontological sense of responsibility is extremely weakened. Moreover Alien converted to the desired object of the game, his body becomes trans-sexual and, therefore, tempting in terms of instinct and desire power. In order to stimulate this desire (which appears disguised form of domestication stranger, escape from his real danger) is the reduction that represents the exotic otherness by one its most radical feature of real or imaginary figure of fear.
FOUR WHEEL STEERING SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sarat Kumar Sahoo*, Akhya Kumar Bag, Amit Kumar Maharana, Sanjeet Kumar Pandey Four wheel drive steering system which is also known as Quadra steering system is convenient way to control the vehicle in high speed. Here both front wheel and rear wheel can be steered according to space available. Four wheel steering systems is a great effort in the field of automotive design to provide near-neutral steering. As we know in conventional steering system uses either Ackerman or Davis steering systems. The main disadvantage associated with these systems is the minimum turning radius that is required for the steering action is more. To overcome the difficulty that is associated with the conventional methods of steering can be eliminated by employing a four wheel steering system.
Morphological characterization of major paddy cultivars in seed chain of Tamil Nadu published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.VIGNESHWARI*,A.VIJAYAKUMAR AND M. BHASKARAN1 Morphological characterization of 13 paddy varieties in seed chain of Tamil Naduwere done using 31 morphological traits in a field trial carried out in Paddy Breeding Station (PBS) of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore during 2011 - 2012. The results ofmorphological characterization clearly indicated that the plant characters showed no variation among the varieties, while the grain characters showed clear variation among the varieties. Cluster analysis based on morphological characters grouped the varieties of medium and long slender grain type in one cluster and short bold grain type into another cluster at about 65% similarity level. The similarity indices range of 0.52 to 0.90 indicated remarkable homogeneity among the rice cultivars in the present study. So advanced technologies like molecular methods can be employed for unambiguous and quick identification of similar or closely related varieties
SPATIAL IDENTIFICATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF SOIL EROSION PRONE ZONES USING REMOTE SENSING & GIS INTEGRATED ‘RUSLE’ MODEL AND ‘SATEEC GIS SYSTEM’ published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Narasayya Kamuju * Soil erosion by water is pronounced critical problem in Himalayan regions due to anthropogenic pressure on its mountainous landscape. Its assessment and mapping of erosion prone areas are very essential for soil conservation and watershed management. The p urpose of this study is to investigate the spatial distribution of average annual soil erosion in Ton Watershed (a sub - basin of Asan watershed) using Remote Sensing and GIS integrated ‘RUSLE’ Model and GIS based Hydrological Model of ‘SATEEEC GIS system’ i n Dehradun district of Uttarakhand state. Remote sensing and GIS technologies were used to prepare required input layers in the form of Rain Erosivity factor (R), soil erodability factor( K), Length and steepness of Slope factors (LS), crop management fact ors ( C) and support practice factor ( P) to utilize in RUSLE and SATEEC GIS Models. One of the advantages of using SATEEC GIS system is no additional input data, other than those for RUSLE are required to operate the system. Vulnerability to soil erosion risk in the watershed revealed that 24.16 percent of area from RUSLE model, and 20.21 percent of area from SATEEC GIS system was in high soil erosion risk zone. Very low risk of erosion was observed at 68.18 percent and 57.12 percent of areas from SATEEC G IS system and RUSLE model respectively.
A REVIEW EFFECTS OF CUTTING PARAMETERS ON CUTTING FORCES AND FLANK WEAR IN HARD TURNING OF ALLOY STEEL AND PREDICTION BYARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK published in

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Rohitkumar B. Patel, Vallabh D. Patel This paper describes a review of basic terms and visualizations of the major components of the hard turning cutting parameter in process. The parameters like cutting speed, depth of cut and feed rate are taken into account so as to predict their effects on cutting tool forces and flank wear. Hard turning can produce as good or better surface finish at significantly higher material removal rates without using coolant or special tooling. High accuracy achieved by hard turning. This process has been developed as an alternative to the grinding process in a bid to reduce the number of setup changes, product cost and lead time without compromising on surface quality to maintain competitiveness. Artificial neural network (ANN) approach is an accurate and powerful tool for machining process modeling. ANN approach permits to save much time and money generally spent in experiments. A large amount of works have been carried out on forces modeling which have shown that ANN approach is more accurate and faster than many other analytical and numerical cutting force modeling methods.
An Energy-aware Distributed Clustering Protocol in Wireless Sensor Network published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Venkateswarulu Naik. B | Dr. S.Rama Krishna Clustering is an effective approach for organizing a network into a connected hierarchy, load balancing, and prolonging the network lifetime. This paper proposes an energy-aware distributed dynamic clustering protocol (PFC) which applies three techniques: 1) non-probabilistic Cluster Head (CH) elections.2) on demand clustering. The remaining energy of the nodes is the primary parameter for electing tentative Cs via a non-probabilistic fashion.Anon-probabilistic Selection is implemented by introducing a delay inversely proportional to the residual energy of each node. Therefore, tentative CHs are selected based on their remaining energy. Besides, in ECPF, CH elections are performed sporadically (in contrast to performing it every round). Simulation results demonstrate that our approach performs better than well known protocols (LEACH, HEED, and CHEF) in terms of extending network lifetime and saving energy. Venkateswarulu Naik. B | Dr. S.Rama Krishna"An Energy-aware Distributed Clustering Protocol in Wireless Sensor Network" 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/ijtsrd5798.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/5798/an-energy-aware-distributed-clustering-protocol-in-wireless-sensor-network/venkateswarulu-naik-b
THE SYNERGETICS: INTERDISCIPLINARY SYNTHESIS OF CONCEPTS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Mamathan Sharipovich Sharipov In this article are discussed problems of synthesis of modern categorical knowledge in synergetics in context of interaction of philosophical and special scientific categories. Realizing such approach to problem the author coming out thinking about that the integrating role of synergetics in scientific knowledge is well visible in its basic ideas and in the maintenance of those concepts and categories with which help it develops its maintenance.
A Game Based Graphical Password Authentication System to Prevent Shoulder-Surfing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
C. Asvin Parthasarathy | R. Purushothaman In order to prevent intruders from looking into sensitive data in smartphones users will have their own security measures, but those security measures are traditionally available measures one among them is finger based pattern doodling which became quite popular among users, also studies show that it is easy to remember and use than alphanumeric text based passwords. But these patterns are static in nature which can be stolen using shoulder-surfing attack. Shoulder-surfing refers to attack which is made based on observation of attacker either directly, or indirectly using applications to record such as camera or key logger. In this paper we have introduced a concept of dynamic patterns which when user records his input for the first time the positions will remain same but the next time the positions of each pattern is changed dynamically, also there is one more concept called image falsification is used. Image Falsification means deceiving the attacker to the false image pattern instead of exposing the true image pattern and the true pattern remains known only to the user. C. Asvin Parthasarathy | R. Purushothaman"A Game Based Graphical Password Authentication System to Prevent Shoulder-Surfing" 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/ijtsrd10943.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-security/10943/a-game-based-graphical-password-authentication-system-to-prevent-shoulder-surfing/c-asvin-parthasarathy
Military Culture and Body Psychotherapy: A Case Study published in

International Body Psychotherapy Journal

Published by EABP / USABP
Diana Houghton Whiting The military has its own culture and teaches it to all recruits as soon as they step onto their first training site. The norm within military culture is to suppress signals from the body in order to complete the task at hand. Therefore body psychotherapy (BP) is helpful for uncovering what the body holds to help facilitate healing in those that have experienced trauma. This case study explores the intersection of military culture, how veterans hold trauma, and how body psychotherapy can be used in the context of this culture to help the population heal from trauma.
TÜRKİYE ÜNİVERSİTELERİNDE HALKBİLİMİ BÖLÜMLERİNİN DÜNÜ, BUGÜNÜ, YARINI published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Uğur DURMAZ Bilinen insanlık tarihi yazının icadıyla beraber günümüze kadar gelen süreç içerisinde değerlendirilen uzun ve büyük bir alanı kapsamaktadır. Bu alan içerisinde pek çok farklı unsur bu tarihi yapıyı şekillendirmek için çeşitli etkiler yapmıştır. Günümüzde sosyal bilimler olarak bilinen ve içerisinde kültür, dil, edebiyat, sanat, siyaset, felsefe gibi birçok yapıyı barındıran alanın da temel inceleme insanlık tarihidir. Bu yönden bakıldığında toplumların gelişmesine yardımcı olan bu unsurların detaylı şekilde irdelenmesi için çeşitli çalışmalar yapılmıştır. Üniversiteler de bu çalışmaların daha sistemli halde ilerlemesi ve yeni bireyler yetiştirilmesi konusunda önemli bir kurumdur. Halkbilimi alanının tarihi yapısına bakıldığında ise on dokuzuncu yüzyıldan itibaren sistemli bir ilerleyişe girdiği düşüncesi hâkimdir. Bu yönden bakıldığında genç bir bilim dalı olarak sayılabilen halkbiliminin, Türkiye üniversitelerindeki geçmişini, bugünkü durumunu ve geleceğini incelemek hem halkbilimi alanının hem de üniversitelerin sosyal bilimlerle olan ilişkisini görmek bakımından faydalı olacaktır. Güncel olarak Türkiye’de yeni yeni bölüm haline gelen bu alanın ilk defa ayrı bir dal ya da kürsü olarak üniversitelerde varlığı ise yarım asırlık bir süreci içermektedir. Bu yazıda da hem bu süreç nasıl ilerlemiştir hem de gelecekte ne gibi bir durum oluşabilir sorularından hareketle bir inceleme yapılacaktır. Türkiye üniversitelerinde Halkbilimi/Türk Halkbilimi bölümlerinin durumu tartışılacak ve halkbiliminin bundan nasıl etkilendiği, geleceğe dair ne gibi yeniliklerin yapılabileceği gibi sorusuna cevap aranacaktır.
Verbalization of expressive component of emotionsin gender communication strategies of coquetry, makingadvances, fl irting published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Osipova T.F. The article presents the results of gender aspect studies of the expressive component of emotions which are represented by non verbal means of communication described with the help of idioms and other linguistic elements that function in the text representing a variety of communicative situations. A multifaceted analysis of the emotional component in the process of forming a posteriori meanings is proposed. Keywords: gender aspect, expressive component, emotion, nonverbalmeans, verbalization, communicative situation, aposteriori meaning.
SERUM LIPID PROFILE LEVELS IN PREGNANCIES COMPLICATED BY PREECLAMPSIA published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Brahma Reddy Malapati1*, Dr. Nadeem2, Ms. Bhavita Patel3, Dr. Rita Shah4, Dr. Nillawar AN5 and Dr. Ruchi6 OBJECTIVE: Pre-eclampsia is a disorder that occurs only during pregnancy. Postpartum changes relating to lipid metabolism may contribute towards the endothelial lesions observed in preeclampsia. Thus, the Aim of the present study was to evaluate the lipid profile among patients who present preeclampsia and correlate these parameters with 24 hours proteinuria. DESIGN AND SETTING: Cross-sectional analytical study including 77 pregnant patients at Dhiraj hospitals, S.B.K.S Medical College, Waghdoia, Vadodara, Gujarat. METHODS: This study involved 42 women with preeclampsia and 35 healthy pregnant women in the third trimester of pregnancy as controls. Blood samples were obtained from all the patients, and the serum levels of triglycerides, total cholesterol, low-density lipoproteins (LDL), high-density lipoproteins (HDL) and very low density lipoproteins (VLDL) were determined. Cases and controls were matched for maternal age, gestational week and body mass index. RESULTS: The VLDL and triglyceride values from the women with preeclampsia were significantly higher than those of the healthy women. There was a positive correlation between increased proteinuria and higher VLDL and triglyceride levels in patients with preeclampsia. CONCLUSION: Among the patients with preeclampsia, higher VLDL and triglyceride levels were positively correlated with proteinuria. These observations indicate that the pregnant women who presented elevated lipid levels were more susceptible to cardiovascular disorders and, consequently, preeclampsia.
Market Knowledge Development of International Enterprises and Their Market Adaptation: Insights from Marketing Ambidexterity Perspective published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Hui Xu, Youngchun Feng, Lianxi Zhou Market turbulence and complexity have increasingly heightened the requirements for market adaptation of international enterprises. This study draws upon the perspective of marketing ambidexterity and examines how market knowledge development of international enterprises impacts their market adaptation. Previous studies mostly adopt the “Capabilities – Strategy – Performance” (CSP) framework in exploring how international enterprises build a competitive advantage and achieve superior performance, while ignoring how enterprises acquire their capabilities (Day, 2014; Day, 2011). It has been theorized that market knowledge is a fundamental resource upon which enterprises build their marketing capabilities, and the improvement of market adaptation relies on the enterprises’ continuous acquisition and application of market knowledge (Day, 2014; Moorman, 1995). Further, some researchers argue that firms likely improve their marketing capabilities and market adaptation by mobilizing and integrating new market knowledge (Kohli, Jaworski, & Kumar, 1993; Moorman, 1995), as well as continuous marketing exploration and exploitation (Vorhies, Orr, & Bush, 2011). However, the existing studies have not yet addressed how international enterprises enhance their market adaptation through market knowledge development. Therefore, the current study builds on the theoretical foundation of marketing ambidexterity to examine the mechanism through which market knowledge development of international enterprises impact their capabilities and foreign market adaptation. In this regards, the study brings to the fore of market knowledge development and marketing ambidexterity for a better understanding of internationalization behavior of emerging market firms.
Rights of Refugees in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bhavika Madnani The researcher has done the research on rights of refugees in India. The International Convention dealing with the issue of refugees is the 1951 Convention on Status of Refugees and the 1967 Protocol attached to it. The term 'refugee' is defined as -""¦a person owing to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of that protection of that country; or who, not having a nationality and being outside a country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events, is unable or, owing to such fear, unwilling to return to it."The research contains the history of refugees in India and also analyses the problems faced by refugees then in addition to it the researcher has given brief idea about India' Stance in 1951 Convention, how India entered in the UN in 1951 and the stand of it.Following up what is the refugee status in India is explained through constitutional protection, laws in India and of Judiciary, UNHCR and NHRC in India , International laws and conventions on Refugees and the India' Refugee Policy. Bhavika Madnani"Rights of Refugees in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17036.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17036/rights-of-refugees-in-india/bhavika-madnani
Modern Fiber Optic Submarine Cable Telecommunication Systems Planning for Explosive Bandwidth Needs at Different Deployment Depths published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Ahmed Nabih Zaki Rashed The explosive bandwidth needs, especially in the inter data center market, have pushed transmission data rates to 100 Gbit/sec and beyond. Current terrestrial fibers are inadequate for long haul, high bandwidth deployments. To solve these problems a new fiber is introduced for terrestrial high bandwidth deployments: different polymeric core fibers with enlarged effective area with a significant optical signal to noise ratio improvement over other conventional terrestrial single mode fibers. To ensure the new fiber may be deployed robustly a new coating structure was employed. A rigorous cable structure was then chosen for evaluation. Based on experimental data, both the deep ocean water temperature and pressure are tailored as functions of the water depth. As well as the product of the transmitted bit rate and the repeater spacing is processed over wide ranges of the affecting parameters. It is taken into account the estimation of the total cost of the submarine fiber cable system for transmission technique under considerations. The system capacity as well as the spectral losses, and the dispersion effects are parametrically investigated over wide range ranges of the set of affecting parameters {wavelength, ocean depth (and consequently the ocean pressure and temperature), and the chemical structure}.
SOCIAL ECONOMIC ORIENTATION: NGOS ISSUES IN PARTICIPATION AND ACTIVITIES-A STUDY published in

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Ms.G.NIRMALARANI, Dr.PK.Muthukumar A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is any association having a definite cultural, economic, educational, religious or social cause or any non-profit voluntary citizens group which is organized around specific issues, such as education, environmental conservation, social welfare, rural development sanitation, healthcare or human rights, on a local, national or international level. The present research study focuses on the social economic orientation of NGOs in participation and activities in Coimbatore District which concentrates of sixteen as sample study in marketing and functional areas in the study area. NGOs have shown their inability to impact government policies at various levels. One reason for this is the fact that NGOs tend to compete, rather than collaborate on various issues. As a consequence, they have not emerged as a collective force to represent the interests of their members. Based on a study of 16 in Coimbatore district, it is clear and to conclude that the NGO activities are dictated by the donors or the governments policies, rather than by the needs of the people
An Analysis of Weak Form Efficiency in Sectoral Indices: A Study with Reference to National Stock Exchange published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. Hemalatha, Dr. V. R. Nedunchezian Capital market plays an pivotal role in the growth of economy and meeting countrys socio economic goals. They are an important constituent of the financial system, given their role in the financial intermediation process and capital formation of the country. Apprehend that stock market is the backbone of our country it is essential to analyses the weak form efficiency of Indian stock market so as to assess the efficiency of Indian stock market and give suggestions to the investors to make their decisions on their investment. For the purpose of the study, the biggest stock exchange National Stock Exchange has been selected. The study has used the daily closing price of the stock from 1st Apr 2009 to 31st Mar 2014 comprising total of seven sectors. To test the Market Efficiency the study has used tests like Augmented Dickey Fuller test, pp Phillip Perron test, Runs Test and Autocorrelation. These tests are used to analyze stationary, randomness, efficiency for the data collected. To test the volatility T-Garch has been used. The study reveals drifts in market efficiency which offers investors a diversified way to make their investment activities in effective manner.
MODELS OF FINANCING WITH PROFIT SHARING AND LINKAGE PROGRAM FOR MICRO, SMALL, MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN JEMBER REGENCY, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Ahmad Roziq*, Yulinartati, Norita Citra Y Aims of this study are to analyze the implementation of scheme of profit - loss sharing, problems and solutions, construction of financing model with using profit loss sharing and linkage program in financing for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises. This study is exploratory and survey research to be carried out in the regency of Jember using a triangulation method. Method of data analysis use Miles and Huberman model which consists of data collection, data reduction,data display and conclusion drawing/verification The results of research sugested that Islamic financial institutions should apply the profit sharing financing for medium, small and micro enterprises with mudharaba mustaraka which is a combination of mudaraba and musharaka. This scheme can protect losses for Islamic financial institutions and still provide flexibility for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise to manage their business without interference hands from islamic financial institutions. Islamic financial institutions such as sharia bank , sharia rural bank, sharia cooperative, baitul maal wat tanwill, sharia micro financial institutions should make linkage program:figure each other’s for medium, small, and micro enterprises with using mudaraba mustaraka scheme.
Antifeedant and Larvicidal Activities Of Synthesized Silver Nanoparticles Using Aristolochia Indica Extract Against Helicoverpa Armigera Hbner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. (Sr.) R. Regina Mary, C. Siva, M. Santhosh Kumar, K. Logeswaran In the present study, the antifeedant, larvicidal activities of synthesized silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs) using aqueous leaf extract of Aristolochia indica against third instar larvae of Helicoverpa armigera and were evaluated. Antifeedant, larvicidal activities of aqueous crude extracts and synthesized Ag NPs were studied using leaf disc no choice, leaf dipping methods respectively. The maximum antifeedant and larvicidal efficacy was observed in crude aqueous and synthesized Ag NPs against H. armigera larvae (LC50 = 127.49, 84.56 mg/L; 766.54, and 309.98 mg/mL), respectively. It is a novel, eco-friendly, simple, and cost-effective approach to synthesis of Ag NPs using A. indica to control the pest.
The Question Of Translation Of The Ambiguous Statements In The Qur'an published in

Tasavvur / Tekirdag Theology Journal

Published by Tekirdag Namık Kemal University Faculty of Theology
Osman KARA The style and style of expression of the Qur'an is not chronological and detailed, especially in short stories and historical events. This is the fact that some people, places and community names are not mentioned in the Qur'an. The identification of these ambiguities is possible with narrations. For this reason, the ambiguities in the Qur'an have been clarified with the help of the narrations in the commentaries and in the works on the subject. This article deals with how to interpret whether narrations in quotations are taken into account when interpreting ambiguities in the Qur'an.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & MANAGEMENT OF ISCHEMIC AND NEUROPATHIC PAIN published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Sadaf Ahmed & Shamoon Noushad Both nociceptive and neuropathic types of pain utilize the same nervous pathway for conduction with considerable physiologic disparities exist in the mechanism through which the body processes and resolves these painful stimuli. Nociceptive pain that results from a known or obvious source (eg, trauma, cancer metastasis, ischemia, arthritis) is often simple to recognize. Neuropathic pain, however, may occur with the nonappearance of any particular precipitating cause. Anticonvulsants, topical anesthetic agents, antidepressants, antiarrythmics, anti-inflammatory agents, opioid analgesics, NMDA receptor antagonists, combined analgesic therapy, physiotherapeutic modalities and other ways are used as treatment. Other interventions such as motor cortex stimulation, transcutaneous electrical nerve (TENS) stimulation units, and other peripheral stimulation have been shown to be supportive. A frequent sequella of both types of diabetes is the development of peripheral neuropathy in either motor or sensory nerves, or both. High-frequency TENS can suppress abnormal, spontaneous activity in a damaged peripheral nerve and can block nociceptive transmission in the dorsal horn, the use of this practice seems a practical approach for relief of neuropathic pain. Indeed, TENS applied to the lower extremities of neuropathic pain sufferers reduces the intensity of pain. However what actual molecular mechanism is followed is still a mystery and These studies emphasize for carrying out further work to correlate the neuropathic and ischemic aspects of disorders in these patients.
Comparison The Burnout Levels of Nursing Staff and Analyzing the Relationship Between Individual/Work Characteristic published in

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Zahra Ghojavand, Ghasem Ghojavand Burnout, one such stress-related outcome,has been conceptualized as a multidimensional construct consisting of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and reduced personal accomplishment. In order to prevent burnout among nurses, key causes of burnout must be identified and targeted for direct intervention. Therefore the purpose of the study was to compare the burnout levels of nursing staff employed in hospitals affiliated to the Isfahan University of Medical Sciences to normative data in order to assess whether they differed significantly; and to analyze the relationship between individual/work characteristics and burnout. Methods:Randomized survey methodology was used for this study. The sample size consisted of 873 nursing staff employed in hospitals affiliated to the Isfahan University of Medical Sciences.Two instruments were used to gather data in this study: Maslach Burnout InventoryHuman Service Survey (MBI-HSS) and demographic questionnaire. Results: The scores for nurses were not significantly different on depersonalization from normative groups; however the sample members exhibited higheremotional exhaustion and personal accomplishment compared to normative group.Emotional exhaustionwas positively associated with depersonalization but personal accomplishment was negatively associated with depersonalization. Age was negatively associated with depersonalization. Years working were negatively associated with emotional exhaustion and depersonalization. The number ofhours worked as a nurse was negatively associated withpersonal accomplishment. Working overtime was positively associated with emotional exhaustion and depersonalization. Job success, job satisfaction, career interests, hobby, and exercise were negatively associatedwith emotional exhaustion; additionally, job success, job satisfaction, career interests, hobby,and exercise were negatively associatedwith depersonalization.
VALUATION OF GOODWILL INTERNALLY GENERATED THROUGH MARKET VALUE: A STUDY ON THE BASIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF A TECHNOLOGY COMPANY published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Carlos Augusto Pacheco Pereira, Eliene Aparecida de Moraes, Jonatas Dutra Sallaberry The financial statements often do not reflect the market value of firms, and the difference between the book value and market value is largely justified by the existence of unrecognized intangible assets. In the accounting literature there are several methods for valuation of internally generated intangible assets, such as Lawrence R. Dicksee, Hatfield, New York, Current Value of Superprofits, Replacement Cost or Current Cost, Economic Value, Value Realization, Excess Value on Economic Value Chain Model and Residual Valuation of Intangible Assets, each with advantages and disadvantages in their use. Through a literature review, this study identified among the methods of measurement of internally generated goodwill, which is effectively (or near) the value that the market is willing to pay for the assets of the entity, whereas this difference arises from expectations higher earnings based on equity and surplus to aggregate entity. In the research we used data obtained from the financial statements for the years 2009, 2010 and 2011 for a technology company. From the values obtained for the operationalization of the methods, it was concluded that the method that most closely approximates the market value is the method Hatfield, where the market value is approximately six times the book value of the company.
Ground and Surface Water Polluted in Manpur Block published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Santan Kumar | Prabhash Kumar | Surabhi Ranjan Human activities are considered to be contamination. Every persons wants clean water for drinking, bathing and other domestic uses, but not everybody appreciates the fact that our own actions are often the worst enemy in achieving that goal. Ground water is one of the most misused and misunderstood resources. Because ground water and its movement, and consequently also its pollution, is hidden from view beneath the land surface, the seriousness of ground-water pollution problems has not been recognized until recently. The sources of manpur block ground-water pollution are many and varied because in addition to natural processes practically every type of facility or structure installed by man and each and every one of his activities may eventually contribute to ground-water quality problems. The quality of ground water is most commonly affected by waste disposal. Other major sources result from agricultural activities and ground-water development. In addition to these three major categories, there are other potential sources of pollution, such as mining, spills, leakage from underground pipes and tanks, and road salting. All of these activities can generate pollutants which eventually may enter the ground-water systems and slowly begin to move through the subsurface environment. Once under the ground, the pollutants are hidden from view and the existence of ground-water pollution becomes evident only if they remerge on the surface or in water wells. When this occurs, it is almost too late to do anything about it. The effects of pollution may remain in the aquifers for years, decades, or centuries, because the residence time of ground water is very slow. Ground-water pollution may even result in aquifers or parts of quifersbeing damaged beyond repair. The effects of manpur block groundwater pollution are wide. Human infectious disease is one of the more serious effects of water pollution, in this paper the overview of ground water pollution & its consequences over health & environment is taken. Also the possible remedies are discussed in the paper. Santan Kumar | Prabhash Kumar | Surabhi Ranjan"Ground and Surface Water Polluted in Manpur Block" 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/ijtsrd9488.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/enviormental-science/9488/ground-and-surface-water-polluted-in-manpur-block/santan-kumar
Building Test Automation framework using Device Simulators published in

Published by
Vibudh Mishra, Gayatri Joshi Test automation has found its place in the IT industry, with more and more organizations understanding the crucial role that it plays in quality software production. As business requirement grows, so does the complexity and pressure in organizations to deliver more features with fewer resources, in reduced time and with high quality. In addition, if that application communicates with hardwares like LED Signs, TV Panel, IP Speakers etc then complexity increases tremendously. Most of the organizations cannot purchase the required number of hardware devices to do automation or UI performance testing. Using cost-efficient product alternatives saves significant IT costs for the company. This avoids additional cost without compromising on the compliance with licensing agreements. Hardware Simulators is one of the cost-efficient product alternatives that we will be discussing in this White Paper
Effect of Beak Trimming on Growth Performance of Japanese Quail Chicks published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
VIMAL ANTONY M., ANITHA P., LEO J., BINOJ C., Arun R. U. An experiment was conducted to study the effect of beak trimming on growth performance of Japanese quail chicks from zero to six weeks of age. One thousand five hundred (1500), day-old Japanese quail chicks were allotted randomly to three treatment groups viz; T1, T2 and T3 with five replicates of hundred quails each. Chicks in T1 were the control group without beak trimming. Chicks in T2 and T3 were beak trimmed at 7th and 14th day of age respectively. Individual body weight of all birds in each replicate was recorded at day-old and at weekly intervals up to six weeks. The mean body weight of quails up to three weeks of age did not differ significantly between treatment groups, while it was higher in T3 than T2 during the later stage of growth. The returns per quail housed over feed and chick cost was higher in the beak trimmed groups.. The results of the present study suggest that beak trimming can be practiced at fourteenth day of age for rearing quail chicks up to six weeks of age.
PROCESS VALIDATION OF SOLID DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mahajan Harshal D*, Kawathe Sagar R, Kachave Ramanlal N, Salunkhe Kishor S, Chaudhari Sanjay R The goal of quality system is to consistently produce products that are suitable for their intended use. Quality is the primordial intention to any industry and its products manufactured. Multiple views on obtaining such quality are the current interest in the pharmaceutical industry. It is establishing documented evidence that a process does what it purports to do, base on information generated during actual implementation of the process. In process monitoring of critical processing steps and end product testing of current production is involved in concurrent validation. Validation is the art of designing and practicing the designed steps alongside with the documentation. Solid dosage forms include tablets and capsules. Validation and quality assurance will go hand in hand, ensuring the through quality for the products. Hence, an emphasis made on to review that gives a detailed, overview of validation concept of designing, organizing and conducting validation trials. Despite the ongoing development of more sophisticated solid drug delivery system, tablets are still by far the most prevalent solid dosage form. Additionally a view of validation against the quality assurance, drug development and manufacturing process has been discussed.
The Use of Fuzzy Logic Approach in Evaluation of Subclinic Mastitis published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Fatma Sinem Çoşkun, Uğur Zülkadir his study was carried out with the aim of investigating the possibility of detection of subclinical mastitis in the number of Somatic Cell Count and Electrical Conductivity by using fuzzy logic method in Holstein cows raised in a private operation in the Karapinar district of Konya. As a result of the analysis, mean of somatic cell count was 348153 ± 52340 and average of electrical conductivity was 4.23 ± 0.18. Linear regression of electrical conductivity and milk oil to somatic cell count were found to be very important (P <0.01), while the parity was insignificant to the somatic cells count. For the electric conductivity, the effect of the parity, animal group and the protein group was very important (P <0.001) and the effect of the milk fat group was significant (P<0.05). In the analysis according to the fuzzy logic method, the accuracy ratio between the number of somatic cells count and the electrical conductivity was determined as 92.45%. As a result, 92% of subclinical mastitis can be correctly detected using the number of somatic cells and electrical conductivity values.
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.
Effect of pre-harvest chemical treatments and mulching on marketability of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Amrapali published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
L. P. BHUSAN, C. PANDA AND A. K. DASH Ten-year-old mango plants cv. Amrapali with uniform vigor and size were given seven treatments comprising of black LDPE mulching 100 micron thickness (during September) and pre-harvest chemical spray of CaCl at 2.0, 4.0 and 6.0%, Ca(NO ) at 2 3 2 4.0%, borax at 1.0% in combination with mulching and control (water spray without mulching) at 30 days before the anticipated date of harvest. It was revealed that spraying of 1.0% borax along with black LDPE mulching exhibited highest fruit weight (262.56g) followed by (248.67g) in CaCl at 2.0% with mulching. On 12th day of storage the maximum fruit marketability 2 (90.58%), minimum fruit decay (8.55%), minimum physiological loss of weight (15.13%) was recorded in treatment black LDPE mulching+borax at 1.0%. Therefore, the use of black LDPE mulching with borax at 1.0% spray is found to improve fruit size significantly, whereas CaCl at 2.0% with mulching is found effective for improving fruit marketability, reducing decay 2 percentage and reducing physiological loss in weight of the fruit during storage in Amrapali.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SKILLS OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS IN STATE UNIVERSITIES OF EASTERN VISAYAS published in

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Noel P. Tancinco The study assessed the conflict management among identified state universities in Region VIII during school year 2014 – 2015. A total of 130 administrators and 254 teachers from randomly sampled state Universities in Region VIII served as respondents. Most of the administrator – respondents were females, married, with a doctorate degree, have a salary range of 20 – 29k, designated as director/ manager, with 1 – 3 dependents and had been in the service for quite a long time; while the teacher respondents are females, married, with master’s degree, receiving a low salary, with an academic rank of instructor, having 1 – 3 dependents and have been i n the teaching service for quite a long time. There was a high level of skills of school administrators in managing conflicts between administrators and teacher, teacher and teacher, teacher and student as well as student and student as revealed by the tea cher – respondents. The teachers perceived that the degree of teamwork among teachers and administrators was high. There was a significant positive relationship between the management skills and the degree of teamwork among teachers and administrators. A mong other things, findings of this study underscored the need for both teachers and administrators sustain or even maximize the development of management skills in order to empower them with the skills in managing conflicts.
Social Networking Prabandhak: Aaj Ki Jarurat published in

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Dr. Subodh Kumar -
السرد الشعبي في التراث العربي التشكل والأنواع published in

Annales du patrimoine

Published by Pr Mohammed Abbassa
منصور بويش يضرب ظهور السرد بجذوره في أعماق التاريخ الإنساني عامة، وفي التراث العربي على وجه الخصوص، فقد تشكل في الكيان الثقافي العربي نتيجة لمعطيات مختلفة (ثقافية وتاريخية) ساهمت فيها الذهنية العربية القديمة وروح الجماعة وهاجس الانتماء القومي للقبيلة والمعتقدات الدينية الوثنية (قبل الإسلام). فتشكل ما يعرف بالسرد الشعبي أو الأدب الشعبي الحكائي، محاولا أن يشق طريقه ويستمر في ثقافة اتسمت بطابعها الشفوي. فظهرت تلك الأنواع السردية الكبرى: الأسطورة والسيرة الشعبية والحكاية الشعبية والحكاية الخرافية (على لسان الحيوان)، بحيث تـتداخل هذه الأنواع في بعض الخصائص وتختلف في بعضها الآخر. والهدف من هذه القراءة هو العودة إلى بدايات السرد في التراث الشعبي العربي لاستنطاق مكنوناته ورصد تشكلاته الأولى، ومن ثم التعريف بالأنواع السردية التي انبجست من هذا التشكل، وخصوصيتها في التراث العربي.
Culdotomy and Adnexial Gynecologic Surgery. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Arben Haxhihyseni, Daniela Haxhihyseni OBJECTIVE: To evaluate and report the advantages of the culdotomy (colpotomy)approach in a subset of gynecologic adnexal surgeries. METHODS: Culdotomy was performed in 62 cases: 1. Tubal sterilization in 29 cases 2. Cystectomy in 24 cases (11 cases of ovarian cystectomy and 8 cases of paraovarian cystectomy) 3. Tubectomy in extrauterine pregnancy (9)(5 ruptured, 4 intact) 4. Transvaginal myomectomy in 4 cases (A) Preoperative characteristics, including patient age, weight/BMI, and parity were recorded along with the operative time for culdotomy and adnexal surgery. RESULTS: The average patient age was 32. Average weight was 63 kg with 8 cases of obesity. The average parity was 1.9. The average operative time was 2 min 10 sec for culdotomy and 23 min for adnexal surgery. Mean blood loss was 85 ml. There were no intra and postoperative complications. CONCLUSION: Culdotomy is a simple, safe and effective technique for adnexal surgeryin selected cases.
Performance Analysis of Congestion Control Algorithm for Mobility Model in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANET) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kirtiraj Mohan Desai | Prof Ms. T. T. Mohite Patil The mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET) is network where the mobile nodes move randomly and freely without any centralized administration or control. Where mobile nodes in MANET works both as routers and as hosts. As we know the challenges faced by the wireless and distributed nature of ad hoc networks such the chances of losing packets over the network increases to a great extent as well as the packet loss occurring with the increase in size of the data packets which are often responsible for congestion in the network. Now In order to detect congestion in the network, there are various congestion control algorithms are used. This paper gives a study of the congestion control algorithm used in MANET' and tries to propose a simple congestion control algorithm for mobility models such as random walk model for MANET'. The objective of this paper is to design an efficient congestion control technique to reduce the amount of congestion in the network. Kirtiraj Mohan Desai | Prof Ms. T. T. Mohite Patil"Performance Analysis of Congestion Control Algorithm for Mobility Model in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANET)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18335.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/18335/performance-analysis-of-congestion-control-algorithm-for-mobility-model-in-mobile-ad-hoc-networks-manet/kirtiraj-mohan-desai
An Analysis of High Risk Cases for Early Detection of Cervical Cancer by Paps Smear and Visual Inspection by Lugols Iodine Method published in

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Dr.PrakashPrajapati, Dr. Mittal Bhabhor Introduction:Carcinoma of cervix is the most common gynecological malignancy in the developing countries and the third most frequently diagnosed cancer in Indian women In the present study, Carcinoma of cervix,due to easy accessibility to examination,gives us ample opportunity for early detection and thus considerably improved prognosis.Design:50 women were included from hospital with age between 30-39 years with excessive vaginal discharge. Discussion: In present study,in women undergoing screening for pre invasive and invasive cervical cancer,VILI was same sensitive to conventional cytology,but cytology was more specific. Conclusion:Thus as a screening tool,VILI test and Pap smear useful in early diagnosis of cervical cancer in high risk cases.
Impact of Agricultural Credit on Income Generation published in

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Dr. Hanuman Prasad Malonia The credit support to agriculture is important not only for enhancing the crop productivity or increasing farmers income and employment, it is also a means of capital formation in the rural areas. It also serves as an important tool of poverty alleviation and helps in bringing about greater equitable distribution of wealth. Time and again it has been demonstrated that agriculture is indispensable for the growth of the economy. Therefore strengthening this sector through sound credit policies is crucial. We have to look at agricultural credit not merely as a segment of the credit market, but in terms of the wider perspective of accelerating overall GDP growth and other growth imperatives like poverty alleviation, food security, employment generation etc.
Reservoir Sedimentation A Simple Analysis on Malampuzha Dam, Kerala published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manoj Nallanathel, Dr. Needhidasan Santhanam A reservoir to be fully effective in working, its storage capacity for which it is designed should not be depleted due to the accumulated sediments. Interest in sediments is increased nowadays because people are now aware of how rapidly sediments can accumulate in streams, ditches, culverts and reservoirs. The shortened economic life of these structures and the troubling the equipments in these reservoirs were felt by many researchers. Many are concerned about the decreased quality of their drinking water. The major cause of the dried reservoir is siltation which in turn reduces the storage capacity of the reservoirs. Studies reveals that, most of the reservoirs in India are lost their dead storage capacity which is meant to be reserved for the sediment dumping during the life time of the reservoirs. The objective of this paper is to discuss the sedimentation issues in general by touching its causes, impacts and useful controlling measures giving potential to the sedimentation issues in Malampuzha dam in a simple analysis for improving its present condition.
VALUE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CORPORATE CULTURE AND MODELLING FOR CHANGES published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Eric Arutyunov, Svetlana Grigoryan, Alina Koltsova The article deals with the growing significance of the organizational culture for the creation of the correct organizational behavior of the enterprise. This article represents as the patterns suggestions about the modifications in the organizational culture of the enterprise.
Pollen and Nectar Load Quantification in Apis mellifera.L in Different Eco Habitat published in

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A. Nagarathna, M. S. Reddy Honeybees are social insects distributed throughout the world. They are known for the behaviour of collecting pollen and nectar and this act is called foraging. The foraging behaviour is an important aspect of their biology that enables them to adapt themselves to the available vegetational and climatic conditions. Honeybee like any other animal performs wide varieties of functions in order to avail the basic necessities of life and also to procure food and shelter. The foraging efficiency of honeybee largely depends on the availability of bee forage, conditions of the colony and the foraging range of worker bees. Studies on the foraging activity of bees in different seasons of the year gives an indication of the adaptability of the bees in exploiting the bee forage in a locality. Similarly, the extensive knowledge of the pollen sources helps the beekeepers to exploit the sources to the maximum extent so as to develop stronger colonies that are highly desirable from the point of their productivity. The success of beekeeping industry largely depends on the exploitation of the nectar and pollen resource of the flowering plants by the bees. The aim of this paper is to quantify the pollen and nectar load carrying behaviour in A.mellifera This study primarily helped to investigate the size of the foraging population with reference to the bees foraging for pollen or nectar at different hours of the day and then throughout the year in different agroclimatic ecozones of Karnataka.The pollen and nectar collected by the honeybees showed variations not only in the same area but also in different geographic ecotypes. A wide seasonal variation was observed in the foraging activity. The efficient management of these bees in an area solely depends on the detailed knowledge of their behavioural pattern.
COMPRESSED FREQUENT PATTERN TREE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jiten Gudkha, Ashish Patel, Swapnil More. Project Guide – Prof. Christi Lopez The use of Data mining is increasing very rapidly as daily analysis of transaction database consisting of data is increasing. In that data, there ae various item which occur frequently in same pattern. In data mining there are large number of algorithm which are available and used for finding the frequent pattern. In the existing system the algorithm used are Apriori and FP-Growth. The result obtained from such algorithm are very time consuming and not efficient. In proposed system we are using more compact data structure named Compressed FP Tre. We proposed a new algorithm CT-PRO which uses the Compressed FP Tree. The result of the proposed algorithm is much more efficient in terms of performance
Shifting Trends in Phishing published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prabhanshu Sharma, Dr Kirti Mathur Abstract- This Paper discusses about Phishing attacks and provides practical information on the practice. Common techniques and trends are then discussed, including the growing integration of phishing, spamming, and botnets. Additionally, users awareness is discussed and new trends that have or are likely to emerge are brood over. Finally, we conclude this paper with an overview of the lessons learned and suggestions on its handling.
DESIGN OF UNDERGROUND WATER TANK BY USING STAAD- PRO AND E-TABS SOFTWARE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shinde Suraj Parbat*1 , Prof.Kulkarni V.P.* Storage reservoirs and overhead tank are used to store water, liquid petroleum, petroleum products and similar liquids. The force analysis of the reservoirs or tanks is about the same irrespective of the chemical nature of the product. All tanks are designed as crack free structures to eliminate any leakage. In the construction of concrete structure for the storage of water and other liquids the imperviousness of concrete is most essential. The permeability of any uniform and thoroughly compacted concrete of given mix proportions is mainly dependent on water cement ratio.Most of the failures of large tanks after earthquakes are suspected to have resulted from the dynamic buckling caused by overturning moments of seismically induced liquid inertia and surface slosh waves. Analysis and design by IS code method is compare with STAAD-PRO and E-TAB software design result, comparison of reinforcement is done and optimize results are determined.This report gives in brief, the theory behind the design of liquid retaining structure (Rectangular and circular water tank) using working stress method. Elements are designed in limit state method. Earthquake excitation causes sloshing of water inside the container of service reservoirs creating additional forces on its walls and roof. This water tank of 1,00,000-10,00,000 liters capacity is designed by considering base shear and sloshing wave effect.
Role of Artificial Intelligence in Transforming Human Resource Management published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Amol Murgai Authors like Isaac Asimov have for long imagined a future where machines that can govern themselves to help mankind. It was perhaps this imagination by the artists that led science on the path of inventing artificial intelligence in the first place. However, as things have advanced, science and AI have proven themselves to be much more than merely helpful for mankind so far. Machines have a long way to go before they reach the point envisioned by Asimov as they are still dependent on people to make moral judgment. Among the latest patrons of AI are the HR departments that have realized the wisdom and impact of assisted decision making about the most valuable resource of an organization - the people. The present paper stresses upon the impact of Artificial Intelligence on Human resource management. The paper goes on discussing the areas of Human Resource wherein Artifi Dr. Amol Murgai"Role of Artificial Intelligence in Transforming Human Resource Management" 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/ijtsrd11127.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/general-management/11127/role-of-artificial-intelligence-in-transforming-human-resource-management/dr-amol-murgai
MYTHS OF ONLINE ADVERTISING IN THE INTERNET ERA - A LITERATURES REVIEW published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K. Pongiannan, Ms. R. Sasikala, Mr. S. Sivaneswaran The term online advertising refers to all sorts of banner, e-Mail and keyword advertising on the websites such as Face book, Twitter, Google, etc. The online advertisements presents the advertisement copy in an animated way in a stylish form including both text and images in an interactive manner. With the advent of technology and rapid increase in online usage for the day-to-day life of each and every individual, the growth of online advertisement has also increased dramatically. The common examples of online advertising includes advertisements displayed while searching on the search engine result pages, banner advertisements, pop-ups and pop-down advertisements, social network advertising, interstitial ads, e-mail marketing, etc. Thus, the most important advantage of the advertising on the Internet is that the internet advertising is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and therefore the internet users can access advertising on internet at anytime from anywhere in the world. Since the attitude and beliefs of the respondents are subject to change based on their demographic variables, many researches were conducted to know the attitude towards online advertising. This paper critically examines the general opinion about the online advertising, the different forms and some hidden myths about online advertising in the revolutionary era of Internet.
Wildlife DNA Forensic in Curbing Illegal Wildlife Trade: Specie Identification from Seizures published in

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Ved P. Kumar1, 2*, Dhyanendra Kumar2, Surendra P. Goyal1 Species identification in wildlife forensics is the one of the major concern to enforce law and curbing illegal wildlife trade. Among all the available analytical teqniques DNA based species identification is the most robust and acceptable evidence in the court of law. We analysed cytochrome b and 12S rRNA mtDNA fragments to identify species from three different seizures. DNA based analysis of Cyt b and 12S rRNA has identified three seizures as Hog deer, Chital and Swamp deer. Keywords: PCR Amplification; Cytochrome b; 12s rRNA; Wildlife.
Wavefront Technology- Applications in Ophthalmology published in

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Dr. Ajit Joshi, Dr. Satyanarayanamurthy Ayyori A wavefront is defined as a locus of points that connect all the rays of light emanating from a point source that have the same temporal phase and optical path. Wavefront technology can be used in correcting aberrations of human eye and it has also got wide applications in astrophysics. Recent methods of refractive corneal surgeries like conventional Laser assisted in situ keratomileusis(LASIK) induces higher order aberrations(HOAs) compromising quality of vision of the patients. Wavefront guided laser ablations using Hartmann Shacks principle are shown to reduce HOAs in these patients. In addition to these, wavefront technology is emerging very rapidly as an extensive diagnostic modality for various clinical conditions like Keratoconus, Cataract, Glaucoma and Retinal disorders.
Review on Various Security Attacks in Ad-Hoc Networks published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vaishali Tyagi | Dr. Parul Tomar Importance of security in ad-hoc networks is increasing due to a tremendous boon in mobile equipment usage. Due to the characteristic of ad hoc network being decentralized, wireless and infrastructure-less makes it vulnerable to various attacks that cause disruption in the network. In order to provide possible security measures to handle the malicious activity in the network, security services are made sure to be implied. This paper includes a study of the required security goals to be achieved by the network and possible attacks that might result in alteration of network functionality. Vaishali Tyagi | Dr. Parul Tomar"Review on Various Security Attacks in Ad-Hoc Networks" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15830.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-security/15830/review-on-various-security-attacks-in-ad-hoc-networks/vaishali-tyagi
De Garengeot hernia associated with perforated appendicitis: A rare case report published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Published by Mustafa Hasbahceci
Türker Acehan [1] , Emin Köse [2] , İhsan Gündüz [3] , Fazıl Sağlam [4] De Garengeot hernia is defined as the presence of the appendix vermiformis in the femoral hernia sac by a French surgeon, Rene Jacques Croissant de Garengeot, in 1731 . In literature, there are less than 100 cases. This clinical entity is usually diagnosed peroperatively and it is rarely noticed preoperatively on tomography scan. In this paper, it was aimed to present a patient admitting the emergency service with abdominal pain, diagnosed as De Garengeot hernia with perforated appendicitis preoperatively and undergone laparoscopic appendectomy. Depending on the presence or absence of acute infection of the appendix vermiformis, presence of perforation / abcess, type of surgical approach and whether appendectomy and hernia repair are performed sımultaneously or not, there are different treatment modalities. In our case, laparoscopic appendectomy with abscess drainage was performed and hernia repair is planned as a delayed secondary intervention.
A PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF ADVERSE DRUG REACTION IN GERIATRICS AT A TERTIARY LEVEL REFERRAL HOSPITAL IN KERALA. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Elizabeth Joseph*, Shinu.C, Shibil.P.K, Mammen Paul, Sabin T.Sojan and Muhammed Lubab BACKGROUND: Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are becoming a major health concern in elderly inpatients. Polypharmacy and physiological changes along with poor compliance contribute to increasing adverse events. AIM: (1) To study the prevalence of ADRs among elderly inpatients in various departments of a tertiary care hospital (2) To compare the risk factors, severity of adverse reactions and (3) To assess the barriers to ADR reporting. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A prospective study was conducted for ADRs among elderly inpatients admitted in various departments of a tertiary care hospital for a period of 10 months (October 2013July 2014). RESULTS: A total of 27 Adverse Drug Reactions were reported showing an increased tendency of ADR as the age increases, with 44% of the ADR belonging to the age group of 70-79 years. Most of the ADRs were reported in males (77%) compared to females (22%). Of all the departments included in the study, General Medicine department reported 37% of the ADRs, followed by Gastroenterology(22%) and Pulmonology(18%). The drugs which caused most of the ADR include Metronidazole, Cefoperazone-Sulbactam, Phenytoin, Hydrocortisone and Ipratropium Bromide. Aspirin and Olmesartan caused other significant ADRs. Among the system wise classification gastrointestinal system showed the highest ADR (40%) followed by skin reactions (18%), Central Nervous System (11%) and Electrolyte imbalances (11%). According to Naranjo Causality Assessment, 51% of the ADRs were assessed as Possible and 48% as Probable. According to WHO-UMC Criteria, 29% of the ADRs were assessed as Severe, 40% as Moderate and 29% as Mild.
Influence of Welding Processes on Tensile Properties, Microstructure, and Hardness of Friction Stir Welded AZ31B Magnesium Alloy published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
S. Ugender, Dr.A. Kumar and Dr.A. Somi Reddy Friction Stir Welding (FSW) was performed on 5-mm thick plates, machined from rolled AZ31B Magnesium alloy.The microstructure and defects formation were investigated by optical microscope. The mechanical properties were determined by tensile and hardness tests. Frictional heat and plastic flow during friction stir welding create the fine recrystallized grain (Stir Zone, SZ) and the elongated and recovered grain (Thermo-Mechanical Affected Zone, TMAZ) in the weld zone. Heat affected zone (HAZ), which can be identified only by hardness test due to no difference in grain structure compared with the base metal, is formed beside the weld zone. In this study, the effect of rotational speed on microstructure , hardness and mechanical properties of Friction stir welded Mg AZ31B alloy have been investigated. Friction stir welding (FSW) is carried out at different rotational speeds of 900 rpm, 1120 rpm, 1400 rpm and 1800 rpm with High speed steel (HSS) at a constant welding speed of 40 mm/min, tilt angle of 2.50 and axial force of 5 KN. It is observed that the joint fabricated using HSS tool material at a rotational speed of 1400 rpm obtained higher mechanical properties as compared to those of 900 rpm, 1120 rpm and 1800 rpm
درجة اكتساب طلبة مقرر التربية العملية في جامعة القدس المفتوحة للكفايات التعليمية بعد انتهاء التدريب العملي من وجهة نظرهم published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. عزمي أبو الحاج هدفت الدراسة التعرف إلى درجة اكتساب طلبة مقرر التربية العملية في جامعة القدس المفتوحة للكفايات التعليمية بعد انتهاء التدريب العملي في المدارس المتعاونة من وجهة نظرهم، في ضوء متغيرات الجنس، والتخصص، والمعدل التراكمي الجامعي. تكونت عينة الدراسة القصدية من طلبة مقرر التربية العملية في فرع رام الله والبيرة، في الفصل الأول من العام الدراسي 2011/2012 وعددهم ( 220 ) دارسا ودارسة، وللحصول على تقديرات الطلبة المعلمين، استخدم نموذج تقويم الطالب المعلم المعتمد في جامعة القدس المفتوحة، حيث تم توزيع الاستبانة واستعادة (204) نسخة منها، وبعد تحليلها إحصائياً، تم التوصل إلى النتائج التالية: - تقديرات الطلبة المعلمين لدرجة اكتسابهم للكفايات التعليمية بعد التدريب العملي في المدارس عالية على جميع مجالات الدراسة. - عدم وجود فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية عند مستوى الدلالة ( α≤ 0,05) في تقديرات الطلبة المعلمين لدرجة اكتسابهم للكفايات التعليمية بعد التدريب العملي، تعزى لمتغيرات الدراسة ( الجنس، التخصص، المعدل التراكمي الجامعي ).
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF DRUGS AND PHARMACEUTICALS USING CERIUM (IV) AS OXIDANT AND AMARANTH DYE AS ANALYTICAL REAGENT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajitha Balusani* and Sayaji Rao Simple, sensitive and accurate methods for determination of four drugs viz., Imatinib Mesylate, Oseltamivir Phosphate, Venlafaxine Hydrochloride and Dextrometharphan HBr have been developed. The methods depend upon the oxidation of the drug by a known excess Ceric Ammonium Sulphate in sulphuric acid medium and subsequent determination of unreacted Ce (IV) using Amaranth dye. The methods have been validated in terms of LOD, LOQ, precision accuracy, %RSD, robustness and ruggedness. Factors affecting the absorbance viz., concentration of H2SO4 and time of reaction are optimized. The effect of excipients has also been studied and found to have no effect. The calibration curves are found useful for determination of pure drug and can be applied to pharmaceuticals in bulk drug and pharmaceutical industries.
The Effect of Treatment of Alstonia acuminata Bark-Based Active Compound on the Hematology and Histology of Tiger Grouper Fish (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology

Published by Macrothink Institute
Jane L. Dangeubun, Hardoko, Andayani S., Risjani Y. Tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) was very susceptible to the poor environment and therefore, it was weak against infection. A solution to this problem was by increasing immune response of the fish. The objective of research was to understand the effect of Alstonia acuminata on the hematology change in order to increase the survival rate of tiger grouper fish. Research was experimental and conducted at laboratory for 3 months. Parameters observed were the hematology of tiger grouper fish (including leukocyte total, monocyte, neutrophile, and lymphocyte) and the survival rate. Result of research indicated that leukocyte total had increased from day-1 to day-5, but decreased at day-7. The highest level of leukocyte total, monocyte, neutrophile, and lymphocyte was obtained at 200 ppm dose. The highest leukocyte total was found at day-5 precisely for 72,666 cells/mL, while the lowest was obtained at 0 ppm (control) dose exactly for 24,433 cells/mL. The highest monocyte percentage was attained at day-5 with 8.67 %, while the lowest was obtained at 0 ppm (control) dose with 2.33 %. The highest neutrophile was achieved in 200 ppm dose with 11.67%. The highest lymphocyte rate of tiger grouper was known at day-5 with 83.33 %, while the lowest was recognized at 0 ppm (control) dose. The highest survival rate was 94.44 % and obtained at 200 ppm dose. Result of research concluded that the treatment of Alstonia acuminate crude extract could influence the hematology and increase the survival rate to 94.44%.
Statistical Analysis of Suspected Measles Cases And Vaccination of Delhi published in

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Hemant Kumar There are 1337 cases of measles were investigated during the months of February 2014 to August 2014 on the basis of Immunized and Unimmunized in Primary Health Centre (PHC) of Govt in Delhi and its impact . The major focus of work is occurrences of measles under five age of children i.e. 845 cases and status of immunization .The statistical significant of this impact has been also examined by the testing of hypothesis for Occurrences of Measles in delayed in Vaccinated Children and its age group as usual confidence level. The rate of incidence of post and measles and the vaccination coverage in last seven months till 23 months age group is last covered in this research paper. The proper statistical interpretation has been also presented with usual justification in suggestive manner for minimising the occurrences of measles cases in minimum effort.
A Review on Mevasatin- An Anticholesterol Drug published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
N Harsha1, S Subbarao2, V Sridevi2*, MVVChandana Lakshmi and T Kanthikiran Hypercholesterolemia is considered an importantrisk factor in coronary artery disease. Thus the possibilityof controlling de novo synthesis of endogenouscholesterol, which is nearly two-thirds of total body cholesterol,represents an effective way of lowering plasmacholesterol levels. Statins, fungal secondary metabolites,selectively inhibit hydroxymethylglutaryl-coenzyme A(HMG-CoA) reductase, the first enzyme in cholesterolbiosynthesis. The mechanism involved in controllingplasma cholesterol levels is the reversible inhibition ofHMG-CoA reductase by statins, related to the structuralsimilarity of the acid form of the statins to HMGCoA, the natural substrate of the enzymatic reaction. Currentlythere are five statins in clinical use. Lovastatin and pravastatinmevastatin are natural statins of fungal origin. This review deals with the chemistry, mechanism for hmg-coareductase inhibition, biosynthesis and biotransformation, production and applications of mevastatin.
Correlation Between Fetal Biometry and Fetal Transverse Cerebellar Diameter in Determination of Gestational Age from the 15Th Week of Gestation to Term in Healthy Women with Uncomplicated Pregnancy published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Madhumitha. M, Suma. K. B Objective: To perform obstetric ultrasonography in healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancy between the 15th week of gestation and term to determine a correlation between the transverse cerebellar diameter and the gestational age as determined by the last menstrual period and other sonographic parameters like biparietal diameter, head circumference, abdominal circumference and femur length. Materials and methods: 300 healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancy between the 15th week of gestation and term from the Obstetrics and Gynaecology department of J.S.S Hospitals, Mysore will be included in this study. The study period is for eighteen months; from october 2012 to June 2014. Gestational age for the measured TCD is obtained from the reference chart Predicted menstrual age for transverse cerebellar diameter of 14 mm to 56 mm. Results: TCD positively correlated with BPD, HC, AC and FL. Nomogram of the TCD shows that there is a linear relationship between the cerebellar growth and gestational age. Conclusion: TCD can be used as a reliable parameter for determination of gestational age.
ITERATIVE ALGORITHM OF THERMOKINETIC PARAMETERS ESTIMATION FOR WOOD PYROLYSIS PROCESS BY EXPERIMENTAL THERMOGRAVIMETRICAL DATA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey, Andreevich Loshchilov;Dmitry Alexandrovich Maslennikov;Liliya Yuryevna Kataeva An iterative algorithm of thermokinetic constants estimation was developed for researched pyrolysis process, considering the selected mathematical model of pyrolysis, by experimental data obtained in scope of thermogravimetic experiment. Estimation of thermogravimetric constants was completed for several experiments, by application of the algorithm and manual selection of temperature range for calculations. The theoretical graph of mass loss speed was plotted, considering the calculated preexponential factor and activation energy and selected pyrolysis model. Conclusion about suitability of selected mathematical model of pyrolisys and thermokinetic parameters estimation method was done, by comparison of theoretical and experimental plot of mass loss.
A Study on Students Ability in Computer Aided Design and Drafting (Cadd) in Kattankulathur District published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. N. Prema, Abdullahi Rabiu, Muhammad Salisu Idris Ability test is an instrument used to determine the potentiality, capacity, skills and knowledge of individual in a targeted subject, area or course. In this study we discovered the level of engineering students ability in CADD, we designated and validated the instrument used, and two CADD applications software ware used AutoCAD and Autodesk Revit Architecture in testing the sample population of one hundred and twenty students from school of engineering in department of mechanical and Civil, and also some students from Architecture department. The level of their Ability to toward CADD is at average level, as shown by the research (43.3%) are the average, then (37.5%) have low level of ability and only (19.2%) have higher level of ability. So the study suggested that there are needs for the students to have more practical time and also adequately uses of video tutorials in learning those software, group discussion and group practice should also be encourage.
Lucian Boia, ed., Maria, Regina României, Jurnal de război: 1916-1917. Precedat de însemnări din 1910-1916 [Mary, Queen of Romania, War Diary: 1916-1917. Preceded by notes of 1910- 1916], translated from English by Anca Bărbulescu, Humanitas, Bucharest, 2014, 502 pp. published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Mihai Ghițulescu, Ph. D. Romanian history is not very rich in feminine characters. Surely, there are ladies and princesses of all time, but their role is rather decorative and their notoriety, quite low. Moreover, in the 20th century, negative myths were surrounding the women of those times (e.g., Elena Lupescu and Elena Ceaușescu). One character is nonetheless the exception: Queen Mary. Sometimes, lately, it seems that she is overrated. For example, a few years ago, almost all contributors of a feminist texts collection mentioned her as a model of socially and politically involved woman. This is true, but not really feminist! I will explain on request. Like any great character, the one called Maria is as complex as it is prone to simplifying reception. That's what the war diary reveals.
Differences in Haematological Parameters in Normal, Infected and Immune-Primed Fingerlings of Red Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus x Oreochromis niloticus) published in

Biological Forum-An International Journal

Published by RESEARCH TREND
Ali Muhammad Mastoi*, Mithun Sukumaran*, Anila Mastoi**, Anuar Hussan*, Faizah Shaharom* and Anil Chatterji* ABSTRACT : Infectious diseases are always a major problem causing heavy loss to the fish farmers. The fingerlings of red tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus x Oreochromis niloticus) were fed with extracts prepared either by acid hydrolysing process or ethanolic extracts from oyster (Saccostrea cuccullata; Born, 1778) and seaweed (Sargassum baccularia; Mertens). These extracts were mixed at different concentrations in commercial diet and fed to the fingerlings till 15 days. All groups of fishes fed with experimental and normal diets were challenged by a gram-negative bacterium (Aeromonas hydrophila) to see the effects of pathogen. Fishes fed with experimental feed consisting of ethanolic extract of oyster showed better survival as compared to other experimental feeds. Maximum total leucocytes (22 + 43 103 cell/mm3) and erythrocytes (32 + 33 106 cells/ mm3) were recorded in fishes fed with ethanolic extract of oyster (P < 0.05) which were similar to fishes of control group. Significant (P < 0.05) changes were also observed in the haematological parameters such as; lymphocyte, neutrophil, monocyte and basophil cells in feed incorporated with ethanolic extract of oyster. Similarly, higher values of albumin; amylase; total cholesterol; GGT; glucose; phospholipids; triglycerides; total serum protein; lactase, LDH and lipase in the infected fish were observed as compared to the control group (p < 0.05). Fishes fed with ethanolic extract showed relatively much closer values as observed in control group. Our results strongly suggest that ethanolic extract of oyster (S. cuccullata) could combat the microbial infection by stimulating the non-specific immune response effectively at fingerlings stage of red tilapia.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EXAMINATION ANXIETY AMONG ADOLESCENTS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Ms. Manisha The present investigation was to find the difference between adolescents in relation to their examination anxiety. Survey method of investigation was employed. The findings of the study showed that there is a significant difference between boys and girls adolescents in relation to their examination anxiety. Also significant difference was obtained between rural and urban adolescents in relation to their examination anxiety. Significant difference was also found between govt. and non-govt school adolescents in relation to examination anxiety.
A Study of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Following Road Traffic Accidents in a Tertiary Care Hospital Setting of North India. published in

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Dr.Sumit Khattri,Dr.Navneent Badoni, Dr.Abhishek Arun Background: The occurrence of road traffic accidents (RTAs) resulting from low standard of road construction and inadequate maintenance have been on the increase in North India. While the physical consequences of these RTAs are apparent in soft tissue injuries and bone fractures, psychological consequences such as PTSD amongst others are not easily obvious. Objectives: To identify the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity (e.g. depressive symptoms, anxiety symptoms and symptoms related to PTSD(Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) following injury sustained after road traffic accidents and to evaluate the relationship between severity of injuries of victims and psychiatric symptoms. Material and Methods: It was a Cross-Sectional study which included 250 patients (142 men and 108 women) who were admitted to Orthopedic department of Shri Guru Ram Rai Institute of Medical and Health Sciences (SGRRIM and HS), Dehradun, following Road Traffic Accident (RTA). Patients were interviewed using a questionnaire to collect the socio- demographic data, the Self Rating Questionnaire (SRQ) -Beck Depression Inventory(BDI),Beck Anxiety Inventory(BAI) and the Impact of Event Scale -Revised (IES-R). Patients were prospectively followed up for 1 month. Patients were aged between 20-75 years. The impact of injury was assessed by ISS (Injury Severity Scale) and ABI (Abbreviated injury Scale). Results: The mean age was 358.90 years (range 20-70). Overall, the prevalence rate of Anxiety symptoms-18%, depressive symptoms-23.2% and PTSD symptoms-38%. Females had a higher rate of PTSD symptoms 52.6% (n = 50), compared to the males 47.4% (n=45). The majority of those with PTSD >50% were young, 20 - 29 years. The study also showed higher scales of psychiatric symptoms in major injuries in comparison to minor injuries showing direct correlation of psychiatric morbidity with severity of injury. Conclusion: Psychiatric symptoms are frequent and severe after major injuries and less severe after minor RTA. There is urgent need to pay more attention to developing consultation-liaison psychiatry services in trauma units of North Indian hospitals.
A Review on Various Methods of Transformer Protection published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Anand Sharma | Dr. Deepika Chauhan | Vijay Kumar Mahawar The paper present review on various transformer protection technologies and monitoring & controlling of transformer. The paper describes the technologies by which we can protect the transformer. This includes transformer protection using PLC system, GSM module, relay, fuzzy logic, arduino etc. This paper also includes the monitoring & controlling of transformer with the help of PLC system and single board computer. It also shows the effect of inrush current on transformer protection. Transformers are the most important equipments for electrical energy transfer in power system. Stability and security of transformer protection are important to system operation. Hence, this paper includes various technologies for the transformer protection. Anand Sharma | Dr. Deepika Chauhan | Vijay Kumar Mahawar"A Review on Various Methods of Transformer Protection" 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/ijtsrd11267.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/11267/a-review-on-various-methods-of-transformer-protection/anand-sharma
Comparison of Mental Skills between Medalist and Non - Medalist Football Players published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
MUKHWINDER SINGH and JASPAL SINGH The purpose of present study was to compare the mental skills level between medalist and non - medalist football players of schools, colleges and clubs. The sample of three hundred (N=300) football players were taken to compare the mental skills between medalist and non - m edalist school, college and club level football players. Hardy and Nelson stated that mental Skills questionnaire was used to record the response of subjects. The t - test was applied to see the mean difference between medalist and non - medalist school, colle ge and club level football players. Further ANOVA was applied to see the mean difference among school, college level medalist and club players through S.P.S.S. Significant level was set at 0.05. The results of study show that t - values, 13.72, 11.57 and 8.4 5 between medalist and non - medalist school, college and club level football players clearly indicated that medalist players having significant better mental skills as compare to their counterparts non - medalist football players. Further results of high perf orming groups conclude that club level football players are significantly better in comparison to school football players. The results clearly supported that mental skills played very crucial role to win a medal in football game. Mental skills training nee d to be introduced from school level players for better results in football.
Prevention of Diabetic Nephropathy in Children and Adolescents: How Effective are the Current Strategies? - Special Issue published in

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SN Uwaezuoke This paper aims to review the risk factors for diabetic nephropathy (DN) and the effectiveness of the current strategies for its prevention. Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) is the predominant form of diabetes in children and adolescents, but the prevalence of Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in these age groups is currently increasing worldwide. One of the major challenges of T1DM is the development of DN among other microvascular complications. DN evolves over a long period of time starting from microalbuminuria and progressing to end stage renal failure. While microalbuminuria in children is reversible and may not evolve to end-stage renal failure, macroalbuminuria inevitably progresses to end-stage renal failure irrespective of any known treatment. Several modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors are well documented in the literature but addressing a few are critical in the prevention of DN. For instance, tight glycemic control and intensive control of hypertension have significant impact on prevention and progression of DN. From several studies, tight glycemic control has been shown to decrease the risk of microvascular disease in both T1DM and T2DM. Thus, poor glycemic control is critical in the etiology of DN. While tight glycemic control in patients with T1DM reduces the incidence of microalbuminuria and the progression from microalbuminuria to macroalbuminuria, there is overwhelming evidence to show that antihypertensive treatment with angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors is important in both preventing and treating microalbuminuria, and thus preventing progression to overt DN. Dietary protein restriction is also an adjunct strategy in retarding the progression of DN. Other novel therapeutic strategies have been recently tried and found potentially effective. Research is ongoing to establish the clinical efficacy and usefulness of some of these new agents in future.
Performance evaluation of capsicum crop in open field and under covered cultivation published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K.V. RAMANA RAO*, VIJAY AGRAWAL, LAVESH CHOURASIA, RAVISH KESHRI AND G.P. PATEL The performance of capsicum crop in open field and under covered cultivation was evaluated at Precision Farming Development Centre experimental field at Bhopal during December, 2011 to May, 2012. Under covered cultivation, black colour shade net having 50% shade factor was used in the study. Same crop cultural practices in the open field and under covered cultivation were adopted for comparison. Drip irrigation system was adopted in both the cases and irrigation system parameters such as frequency of irrigation and wetting pattern were collected. Other parameters such as soil temperature, duration of the crop, morphological parameters of the crop and yield were monitored. The study revealed that under shade net the crop yield was increased by 80 per cent over open field cultivation along with water saving of about 40 per cent in covered cultivation. The wetting pattern from the emitting device of 2 lph indicated maximum spread of 40 cm from emitter in case of crop under covered cultivation where as in open field the spread was 25 cm. Duration of the crop was also extended by 40 more days under covered cultivation
Parent Academic Involvement and Academic Achievement of Tenth Grade Students published in

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Natasha Gupta, Dr. Rajive Kumar The study deals with the extent of parent involvement in education and which level of involvement is essential to generate a positive impact on academic achievement of students. A sample of 400 tenth grade students from Meerut district was drawn using cluster random sampling technique. A tool was prepared to find out the extent of parent academic involvement. For analysis of data F test and t test was used. The findings revealed that high academic involvement of parents improvesacademic achievement of student whereas medium and low academic involvement of parentsnegatively affects academic achievement of students.
IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF SOLAR CELLS BASED ON THIN FILM ELECTROGENERATED OF CuInSe 2 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
Y. MSadak, A. Ben M'Barek This work consists in evaluating the Co-products of the biomethanisation applied to the animal biomass on the level of various types of digesters (experimental I, II, III and IV, rural and industrial). This work made it possible to arise certain number of observations: The energy performances are more interesting in the case of the digesters powered with the avicolous droppings; the reduction of the polluting load as of SM is more important in the case of the industrial digester, whereas for the BDO5, it is in favor of the experimental digester II; The agronomic use of the secondary by-products proves very encouraging and powerful.
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE TO CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS SATIVA) CAUSED BY THE ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE (MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA) published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
*1Iram Fatima, 1Shagufta Parveen, 1Amber Raza, 2Muhammad Arshad Hussain, 1Abida Hussain The root knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita cause serious damage in the crop fields in many countries. Cucumber (Cucumis sativa) is one of the crops that are badly affected by the root knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita). The present studies were conducted to assess the damaging effect of root-knot nematode on different parameters of Cucumber by relating infectious plants with non-infectious plants at different inoculums levels. The data was recorded after five weeks of plant germination from inoculated and non-inoculated plants pots. At a level of 500 J2s reduction in growth parameters was 7.833, 28.133, 11.1666, 2.166, 3.6, 1.3 while at the inoculum level of 2000 J2s reduction in growth parameters was 5.333, 17.833, 8.1666, 1.433, 2.4333, 0.9666. Results revealed that affect of M. incognita on growth parameters correlate directly with inoculums levels. However, inverse relationship was found between reproduction factor and inoculum levels. With the increase in inoculums level, the growth parameters were decreased, however, the nematodes population was increased.
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI EFEKTIVITAS PANGLIMA LAOT DALAM PENGELOLAAN SUMBER DAYA ALAM LAUT DI KOTA SABANG published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Tedi Sudrajat At Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province, regional domination pattern of sea still very strong grow in fisherman society. Therefore, in their society still functioned Panglima Laot that have the function to : defence and observe the sea for regional exploiting. In this case, the authoritative of Panglima Laot, first, maintaining the sea environment as cooperative ownership ( common heritage). Second, arrange the resource management of the sea. Third, give the sanction to the people that collision to rule of the customary law of the sea. In Implementated their function, Panglima Laot have a lot of constraint, such as : the factor of fishing in sea, institution factor, the earningsinstitute factor, regional boundary factor, human resource factor, factor of the weakness management system in effort fishery, and also factor of supply of the traditional arrest. Kata Kunci : Panglima Laot dan Pengelolaan SDA Laut
Biological and Biochemical Efficiency of lyophilized Cranberry Extract on Regulation of Antioxidant Defense System in Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitic Rats published in

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Rasha Hamed Mahmoud Cranberries are small, dark red fruits that are widely consumed as juice. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a condition that may progress to end-stage liver disease. Rats were classified into four groups as follows: normal control group, NASH rats fed high fat diet, nonalcoholic steatohepatitic rats fed high fat diet and received lyophilized powdered cranberry suspended in 0.5% CMC , group fed basal diet and received lyophilized powdered cranberry suspended in 0.5% carboxymethylcellulose CMC. The model of NASH rats elicited significant increase in serum lipid parameters: total cholesterol , total lipids, tricylglycerols and phospholipids , liver antioxidant enzyme activities with concomitant significant elevations in liver enzymes and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, in association with a reduction in reduced glutathione, glutathione peroxidase , serum total protein and direct and total bilirubin. Administration of cranberry to NASH rats produced significant increases in tested antioxidant enzyme activities, G6PD and serum total protein, direct and total bilirubin concomitant with significant decreases in the levels of serum lipids as well as liver enzymes AST, ALT, ALP, GST and ?-GT. In addition, it was noted that NASH rats exhibited a degree of DNA fragmentation; however, oral administration of cranberry extract partially inhibited the DNA fragmentation.
Climate change perception: A case study of Bardiya National Park (BNP), Thakurdwara, Bardiya, Nepal published in

BIOSCIENCE DISCOVERY

Published by RUT Printer and Publisher
Surendra Bam1, Suresh Bhandari2, Prakash G C3, Roshan Pokhrel 3, Durga Basnet 3 1Department of Environmental Sciences, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India 2Central Department of Environmental Science, Tribhuvan University, Nepal 3Department of Environmental Science, Amrit Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal ABSTRACT This study presents an account of Climate change trends and their implications in Thakurdwara V.D.C. located at buffer zone of Bardiya National Park, Nepal. This study has adopted place based community vulnerability assessment approach which is based on participatory case studies. Primary data were collected through focused group discussion, household survey and interview where as climatological analysis was done with data obtained from Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DHM). Trend Analysis of DHM data and survey result has clearly spelled that the study area has experienced changes over precipitation and temperature pattern. In case of Rani Jaruwa Nursery and Gulariya stations, which are near to the study area, precipitation is decreasing at the rate of 1.006 mm/yr and 0.315 mm/yr respectively. Whereas the temperature in both of Rani jaruwa Nursery station and Chisapani station is increasing at the rate of 0.004oC per year and 0.067oC per year respectively. Natural disasters, water scarcity, decrease in food production, change in vegetation composition and adverse health impacts are the major risks identified by the community. Therefore, our further action should be to formulate appropriate adaptation strategies and strengthen the community to better cope climate change. Key words: : Bardiya National Park (BNP), Climate Change, Community, Nepal, Vulnerability
DYNAMIC NETWORK SECURITY PROTECTION ON CLOUD COMPUTING published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Akila J, Vetripriya M, Brigetta A, Magesh Kumar k This paper focuses on DDoS problem and trying to give solution using auto correlation and alert generation methods. Cloud trace back model has efficient and it's dealing with DDoS attacks using back propagation neural network method and finds that the model is useful in tackling Distributed Denial of Service attacks. Distributed denial of service attacks has become more sophisticated as to exploit application-layer vulnerabilities. NICE (Network Intrusion Detection and Countermeasure Selection) is used to propose multiphase distributed vulnerability detection for attack measurement, and the countermeasure selection mechanism which is built on attack graph-based analytical models and reconfigurable virtual network-based countermeasures. The systems and security evaluations demonstrate the efficiency and effectiveness of the solution.
This paper presents a MATLAB program that utilizes a Graphical User Interface (GUI) tocalculate the electrical quantities and the efficiency of a power transformer. The GUI isdesigned in such a way to allow the user to enter the resistances and reactances of the primaryand the secondary sides, the resistance and reactance that represent the core, the rating of thetransformer and the transformer turn ratio. This program performs the calculations with respectto the popular exact and approximate models of transformers for both cases, referred to primaryand to secondary. This allows the user to compare the obtained results and notice the effects ofapproximation on the values. Also, we can check the validity of their solutions ofhomework problems involving transformers. published in

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Dr.D.Ramesh Cloud computing is a vision for technologies that provide computation, software, data access, and storage services that do not require end-user knowledge of the physical location and configuration of the system that delivers the services. Cloud computing is the long dreamed vision of computing as a utility, where users can remotely store their data into the cloud so as to enjoy the on-demand high quality applications and services from a shared pool of configurable computing resources. By data outsourcing, users can be relieved from the burden of local data storage and maintenance. Thus, enabling public audit ability for cloud data storage security is of critical importance so that users can resort to an external audit party to check the integrity of outsourced data when needed. To securely introduce an effective Third Party Auditor (TPA), the following two fundamental requirements have to be met: TPA should be able to efficiently audit the cloud data storage without demanding the local copy of data, and introduce no additional on-line burden to the cloud user.TPA performs the auditing by sending queries to the cloud server and retrieves the file information of the user and check the information with its log information. Batch auditing is performed to reduce the communication cost.
Prevalence of multidrug resistant altered Vibrio cholerae O1 isolates among Diarrhoeal patients in Delhi during 2008-2012. published in

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Puneeta Singh, Dhirendra Kumar, Yogendra Prasad, Thandavarayan Ramamurthy, Banwari Lal Sarkar, Naresh Chand Sharma Altered Vibrio cholerae O1 has been reported from some areas in the country as well as from the other countries. Delhi is an endemic area for toxigenic V. cholerae O1. Therefore, we were interested to evaluate the presence of altered Vibrios, their drug resistance status and phage types among the strains isolated from suspected cholera/acute gastroenteritis patients admitted in this hospital. A total of 59 isolates representing different years were used for D -MAMA PCR to detect the Haitian genotype (ctxB7) strains and classical genotype (ctxB1). A subset of 49 isolates was tested to determine the phage types. All selected strains were serologically positive for V. cholerae O1, serotype Ogawa and biochemically biotype El Tor. The antibiotic susceptibility test explicated that 100% strains were resistant to cotrimoxazole and nalidixic acid. Phage typing revealed that 79.6% of isolates were phage type T-27. D-MAMA PCR, has shown 52.5% strains were carrying ctxB7 gene since 2008
Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis among Females Aged 17-24 Years, Khartoum, Sudan published in

Texila International Journal of Public Health

Published by Texila American University
Shahd Khalid, Zeinab Swareldahab, Osama A. A. Elkhidir Background: Osteoporosis (OP), a metabolic disorder which affects mainly bones, is characterized by low bone mass and is associated with serious health and economic burden. The main musculoskeletal problems associated with it are hip fractures with a worldwide prevalence of about 1.6 million and high rates of morbidity and mortality. It is a silent disease and usually does not manifest until fractures occur. The Aim of this study were to assess knowledge, attitude and practice toward postmenopausal osteoporosis and its preventive measures among female students aged 17-24years in Khartoum, Sudan. Methodology: A cross sectional study was conducted in three different faculties of the University of Khartoum. Data was collected from 226 female students aged 17-24 by stratified systematic random sampling using a pre-tested, pre-coded self-administered questionnaire. Results: The majority (84.8%) of respondents heard about osteoporosis. Faculty curriculum was the main source of information (31.1%), followed by family and friends (15.3%). The overall knowledge of respondents about OP was below average (57.1%), average (42%) and good (0.9%). About three-fifth (58.1%) were aware about their susceptibility to get it in the future and (61%) were concerned about taking preventive measures. The majority of respondents (94.9%) perceived the seriousness of OP. Milk and dairy products were the most commonly identified as sources of calcium (33.8%). Conclusions: The overall knowledge was below average. Raising knowledge about osteoporosis may be an effective tool in preventing the problem and subsequently osteoporotic fractures later in life. Keywords: postmenopausal oosteoporosis, hip fractures, knowledge, attitudes, practice
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF PALM WINE EXTRACT OF DATURA STRAMONIUM ON THE ACTIVITY OF TISSUE ENZYMES AND HISTOPATHOLOGY OF ALBINO RATS. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sanni, M., Ejembi, D. O., Abbah, O. C., Olajide, J.E, Ayeni, G., Usman, S.S., and Salifu, M Phytochemical screening and the effects of oral administration of palm wine extract of Datura stramonium on the activity of tissue enzymes and histopathology of rats was investigated. Forty (40) experimental rats of average weight of 100-150g were divided into four groups; A, B, C, and D comprises ten (10) rats each. Subgroups A, B, and C were administered with varying concentrations of palm wine extract of Datura stramonium, and group D served as the control group. The animals were kept in separate metabolic cages and fed with rat chow with water provided ad libitum. Rats in each group (A, B, C) where given 0.5ml/ kg body weight of the extract per day and sacrificed after day 7, 14, and 21. Rats in the control group (D) were given 0.5ml/ kg body weight of fresh palm wine daily. The enzyme activities acid phosphatase (ACP), aspartate amino transferase (AST) and alanine amino transferase (ALT) were measured. The serum total protein was measured using Biuret method. Histological analysis was carried out on the tissues (kidney, liver and intestine). A significant increase (p<0.05) in the activity of the enzyme (ACP, ALT and AST) and a significant decrease (p<0.05) in total serum protein were observed. Tissue biopsy showed a clear evidence of cell erosion in the treated groups, which was not apparent in the control group.
Review on An analysis of the Management Security and Security Algorithms in Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Nilesh N.Chawande, Prof. Jayant P.Mehare? Cloud computing has elevated IT to newer limits by offering the market environment data storage and capacity with flexible & scalable computing as well as processing power to match elastic demand and supply while reducing capital use. However the opportunity cost of the successful implementation of cloud computing is to effectively manage the security in the cloud applications, due to constantly increase in the popularity of cloud computing there is an ever growing risk of security. Thus security is becoming a main and top issue for security concern. In this paper, we have analyzed the management security and various security algorithms in cloud computing.
Attitude of Nurses towards Professional Development for Improved Service Delivery at the Jos University Teaching Hospital published in

Texila International Journal of Nursing

Published by Texila American University
Stella Chinazor Uba Professional development is desirous for any nursing official who is engaged in patient’s care and teaching or mentoring of student nurses. This research paper evaluated the attitude of nurses toward professional development trainings, assessed the reasons for their attitude in the professional development trainings and tried to proffer suggestions that will improve on the professional development of the nurses. It was a prospective, randomized, questionnaire-based cross-sectional descriptive survey of the attitude of nurses towards professional development among nurses working at the Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria. One hundred and thirty-one nurses were studied, 99 (76%) were females and 22 (24%) were males (F: M=4.5:1). Results showed that the majority of the nurses had adequate knowledge about the nursing profession and professional development, and were would like to embrace further professional training given the opportunity, necessary motivation, support and encouragement. Many factors militated against the nurses’ interest in the professional development trainings, including family commitment, distances, time and lack of institutional financial support. It is recommended that professional development trainings should be encouraged. Nurses may be motivated and encouraged to participate in the professional development trainings in order to achieve the individual and organizational goal of quality health care delivery to patients. Keywords: Professional training, Nurses’ attitude, Professional development, Service delivery, motivation and quality health care.
Existence of Solutions for Generalized Vector Variational Inequalities published in

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Zubair Khan, Khushbu We introduce and study a class of generalized vector variational inequalities in the setting of hausdroff topological vector spaces. By using FKKM theorem, some new existence results of solutions for the generalized vector variational inequalities are obtained under some suitable conditions.
Dexmedetomidine: A simple, easy, and economical adjuvant for general anesthesia published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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.
An intelligent power supply utilization system based on microcontroller for renewable energy applications published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Manish Kumar Ghodki, Akhilesh Swarup and Yash Pal The proposed hardware “an intelligent power supply utilization system based on microcontroller for renewable energy applications” is a system in which microcontroller is used to automatically control the power supply of conventional energy source with the help of renewable energy source and power supply utilized in this way is then used to feed to the load. In this system, supply from the mains is altered with the help of microcontroller according to the nonlinear supply from solar energy and this altered power supply of one source is then compensated by another source. This technique will help to maintain the optional power supply to the load from renewable energy source. The control strategy for this kind of power supply utilization is written in the assembly language. The system based on this logic can be used as one of the energy saving option and a tool for promoting and encouraging the renewable energy sources.
Factors of effective performance of the special legal regimes published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

Published by Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Limanskaya A.P. The effective performance of the special legal regimes is influenced by numerous factors. They include literacy of the structure of special regulation orders; appropriateness of the nature of the legal arrangements to the interests and tasks, which the special legal regime must implement; training of subjects, ensuring implementation of legal orders; the level of legal awareness and culture of the society and participants of the specific social relations, as well as the quality of law enforcement. Special attention is given to the last component. The authors position is that the effectiveness of the special legal regime depends primarily on the quality of legislative mechanism: literate presentation of the text, accuracy and intelligibility of performance rules, absence of divergence and ambiguity of legal wordings, the level of specification of legal principles, etc. At the same time even the qualitative law may be ineffective if it is put into practice incorrectly. Using examples from law enforcement practice, the author describes how the law enforcer implements the provisions of the general legal regime in conditions provided for the special legal regime. Some examples from court practice are given when law can be wrested during its implementation and the legislative requirements are not met. Law enforcement practice being a key element for the effective performance of the special legal regimes can itself be an obstacle for their implementation. The author comes to the conclusion that the main causes of it are bureaucracy and corruption.
STUDY ON SEASONAL FLUCTUATIONS IN ZOOPLANKTON DIVERSITY AT KATPHAL LAKE, TAL- SANGOLA, DIST- SOLAPUR (M.S.) INDIA. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mirgane A. P. , A. B. Kamble, A. B. Mamlayya, A. L. Shaikh, D. S. Nikam Zooplankton acquire central place in food chain which are found in various strata of trophic level including herbivores and carnivores. Studies on zooplankton of Katphal Lake were undertaken for one complete year from January 2014 to December 2014. Out of the total 20 species recorded during the study, 10 belonged to Rotifera, 5 to Copepoda, 4 to Cladocera and 1 to Ostracoda. Rotifera was the most dominant group throughout the study period. Seasonal variations were observed in the distribution of zooplankton. Seasonally, the number was highest during summer, followed by winter and lowest during monsoon
Neurohistological Effects Of Gentamycin on medial geniculate body of Adult Albino Rat published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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S M Dawar Husain Getamicin, an aminoglycosidic antibiotic. 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 Medial geniculate body were stained with Glees Silver stain. Observation under light microscope revealed degenerative changes.
Analysis of Bioactive Compounds Inraw (Dried), Autoclaving, Boiling and Roasted Linum Usitatissimumseed Using Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectroscopy published in

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S. Parameshwari, P. Nazni In this study, the bioactive components of Linum usitatissimum seeds have been evaluated using GC/MS. The chemical compositions of Linum usitatissimum seeds were investigated using Perkin-Elmer Gas ChromatographyMass Spectrometry, while the mass spectra of the compounds found in the plant was matched with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) library. GC/MS analysis of raw (dried), autoclaving, boiling and roasted Linum usitatissimum seed revealed the existence of biologically active compounds.The maximum peak area represented in the raw, roasted and autoclaved linseeds were 9, 12, 15-Octadecatrienoic acid, methyl ester, (Z, Z, Z) - (88.38%) (C19H32O2) with retention time of 15.03. This compound is called as Alpha-Linolenic acid. The maximum peak area represented in the boiled linseeds was Hexadecanoic acid, methyl ester (88.33%) (C17H34O2) with retention time of 12.92. This compound is called as Palmitic acid.The results of this study offer a platform of using Linum usitatissimum seed as nutrition.
QUALITY EVALUATION OF IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ALBIZIA LEBBECK L. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

Published by Donbas State Pedagogical University, Department of Physics and Mathematics
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Problems and Reforms of Secondary Capital Market in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prasanta Kumar Dey Capital Market is vital for the growth and development of an economy. Now-a-days individual investors, mutual funds, pension funds and insurance funds place their money in various instruments of capital market. Therefore, sustainable and pragmatic development of capital market has become essential. With globalization of economies, the role of capital market regulator assumes more significant and the regulator has to be dynamic and responsive to challenges and changes not only to domestic but also to international ones. The most important issue to be kept in mind of the regulator is the traders and investors"™ interest. Regulation is not a static subject and it is a very dynamic one. Therefore, there is, sometimes, frequent review of securities laws to develop secondary capital market and protect interest of traders and investors "“ individual as well as institutional. Markets themselves are in a state of continuous development and so the contents of regulations must also change to facilitate proper regulation of the secondary capital market. Keeping in view the above objectives and principles, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has been framing regulations, guidelines and also changing them from time to time to make Indian capital market a modern, safe, fair and efficient one. For these reasons, several secondary capital market reforms have been introduced by the SEBI for the past several years to eradicate the challenges faced by secondary capital market in India. Prasanta Kumar Dey"Problems and Reforms of Secondary Capital Market in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17124.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/accounting-and-finance/17124/problems-and-reforms-of-secondary-capital-market-in-india/prasanta-kumar-dey
Family Guy and the Characteristics of Popular Culture published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anca Anton Family Guy is an animated series developed using the sitcom recipe, directed at adults, that reflects modern popular culture with its absurd humour feeding on an incredible diversity of cultural products. It is inspired by The Simpsons, but draws heavily on other animated series, originated especially in the Hanna-Barbera universe: The Flintstones, The Jetsons. Family Guyis an excellent example for what a product of American popular culture is as it basically is a TV show that stores, lists and reinterprets an enormous quantity of other cultural products; it makes the best out of that stock of products that circulate the media channels of the industrialized world, forming the mass culture (Fiske, 1989).
Sustentabilidade e participao social cooperativa de agricultores familiares no agreste da Paraba published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Jaqueline Guimares Santos & Gesinaldo Atade Cndido O cooperativismo um modelo de economia solidria que procura maximizar o predomnio do fator trabalho sobre o fator capital, esta pode ser composta por associados, produtores autnomos ou produtores que formam unidades produtivas comuns (Oliveira 2007). Na agricultura o papel do associativismo apresenta relevncia, haja vista a dificuldade que o agricultor tem para a execuo de suas atividades. Nesse sentido, o objetivo desse estudo analisar como a formao de associao cooperativa fortaleceu os agricultores familiares do Agreste da Paraba. Os dados foram coletados atravs de entrevistas realizadas junto aos agricultores e complementadas com a anlise de dados secundrios e da observao no participante. Os principais resultados apontam que a formao da Associao de Desenvolvimento Econmico, Social e Comunitrio (ADESC) dos produtores rurais do Municpio de Lagoa Seca, PB fortaleceu estes, de modo que a associao apresenta resultados positivos e foi includa no Programa de Aquisio de Alimentos (PAA). Palavras-chave: Cooperativismo; Agricultores familiares; Polticas pblicas.
Food Tourists Intentions Within The TPB Framework published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Gl?ah Akku?, Orhan Erdem According to the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), attitudes toward behaviour (AtB), subjective norms (SN) and perceived behavioural control (PBC) affect intentions (BI). The purpose of this paper is to examine food tourists intentions using TPB. A convenience sampling survey method was used to collect data. A social networking group of gourmets in Turkey were selected for the sampling frame and 137 usable surveys were obtained. A hierarchical regression analysis was used to test the model. The results showed that food tourists intentions can be predicted simply through AtB and SN (adjusted R2 =0.29). PBC did not reveal any effect on intentions. Behavioural and normative beliefs were also significant. Research model was converted to the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA).
KEDUDUKAN GADAI SYARIAH (RAHN) DALAM SISTEM HUKUM JAMINAN INDONESIA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Budiman Setyo Haryanto Rahn according to Islamic Law is a guarantee institution used in Syariah Bank. Based on the existence, Rahn legal construction has similar traits to the legal construction of pand (Gadai) according to Civil Code. Those traits are consisting of an accessory transaction for the main transaction as a monetary transaction, an moveable object for its guarantee, a principle of in-bezitstelling, a preferent creditor for payment for its debt. Therefore, all regulations for pand (gadai) can be applied to Rahn with analogical interpretation. Keywords : Rahn, pand, Islamic Law
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
Principals Administrative Skills for Secondary Schools in Plateau State, Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Michael Olarewaju Ogundele (Ph.D), Anpe Maria Sambo & Gambo Maurice Bwoi - This study investigated the necessary skills needed by principals in the effective administration of schools at secondary school level. The issue of poor academic performance of students in Nigeria could be attributed to poor administrative skills of school administrators. The poor performance was however, as a result of the multi-faceted problems facing the system in Nigeria such as: inadequate funding; inadequate facilities; low morale of teachers; poor supervision of schools and frequent changes in educational policies. The roles of the principal in meeting these challenges were examined as the chief executive who manages the school finance and who can use his ingenuity to raise fund to complement governments efforts; a motivator and a change facilitator. This study was carried out in some selected schools in Jos North Local Government in Plateau state. Principal Administrative Skills Survey Questionnaire (PASSQ) was used to obtain information. Some of the recommendations include: The modern-day school principals should be knowledgeable, professionally and administratively competent. Government should make provision for sponsoring principals and organising conferences for them to serve as a means for professional growth as well as incentives to the principals; Principals must define objectives with teachers as teachers would be committed in their job to ensure that the objectives are achieved as they participated in deciding the objectives.
IMPACT OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES BY USERS OF D.G.VAISHNAV COLLEGE, CHENNAI: A STUDY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. Viswanathan*, Dr. I. Sasireka Electronic Resources are those resources whose deals with digital and digitized materials which can be either accessible from libraries in house database or from World Wide Web, the born digital materials includes e-books, ejournals, e-magazines, e-news papers, e-thesis etc. and other related materials which can be considered necessary by the user, researcher, informational professional, or even by the library management itself. The degree of acceptance and pattern of use of such materials is a great interest to library collection development. It is important that the library has an informed perspective on how E-Resources are used and valued by the user community regarding their awareness and use of these electronic materials. The objectives of the study were to determine users knowledge of e-resources; and purpose of use of e-resources, both number and frequency; and the areas of training needed. The questions covered computer literacy, computer access and location, knowledge and use of electronic resources, and training needs
Determine Word Relevance in Document Queries Using TF-IDF published in

Published by
Ashok Koujalagi In this paper, we examine the results ofapplying Term Frequency Inverse DocumentFrequency (TF-IDF) to determine what words in a corpusof documents might be more favorable to use ina query. As the term implies, TFIDFcalculates values for each word in a document throughan inverse proportion of the frequency of theword in a particular document to the percentageof documents the word appears in. Words withhigh TF-IDF numbers imply a strong relationship with the document they appearin, suggesting that if that word were to appear ina query, the document could be of interest tothe user. We provide evidence that thissimplealgorithm efficiently categorizes relevantwords that can enhance queryretrieval
A REVIEW ON ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF DICYCLOMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS AND BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Malathi Raghunath*, Amol Arun Dhamne and Jyotsna Gajanan Patil Dicyclomine Hydrochloride (DIC) is an antimuscarinic and antispasmodic agent. DIC is used to treat a certain type of intestinal problem called irritable bowel syndrome. It helps to reduce the symptoms of stomach and intestinal cramping. Its action is achieved via dual mechanisms; due to a specific anticholinergic effect at the acetylcholine-receptor sites and a direct effect upon smooth muscle. The drug is official in Indian Pharmacopoeia, United States Pharmacopoeia and British Pharmacopoeia. Many analytical methods have been reported for simultaneous estimation of DIC in its combined pharmaceutical dosage form but only fewer methods have been reported for estimation of DIC alone in pharmaceutical dosage forms. DIC is an important active pharmaceutical ingredient used even in children to relieve colic pain. This review therefore focuses on analytical methods reported for the estimation of DIC in literature and any further scope of developing novel instrumental analytical methods for estimation of DIC alone and in its fixed dose combinations.
Medicinal Clays as Antibacterial Agents Used in Chronic Periodontitis published in

Published by
Gabriela Beresescu, Adriana Monea, Simona Mucenic, Alina Ormenisan The aim of this study is to assess the antimicrobial properties of medicinal clays as adjuvant in scaling and root planing in non-surgical treatment of chronic periodontitis. Thirty subjects, aged between 25-60 were randomly distributed in two groups according to inclusion and exclusion criteria. All the subjects received scaling and root planing. The test group received local instillation with the medicinal clay after scaling and root planing. The control group received no treatment with medicinal clay after scaling and root planing. The clinical parameters, probing depth and clinical attachment level, were assessed in both groups at baseline, one month and three months after treatment. The results showed significant improvement in clinical parameters in both goups, with the test group showing significantly higher improvement as compared with the control group. In conclusion, the effect of medicinal clays used as adjuvant in scaling and root planing has been successfully proved.
A Study on The Effects of Political Instabilties on the Tourists Destinaton Choice published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Yksel ztrk, Erdem ?im?ek Despite that tourism supports many countries economy; tourism industry has a sensitive and fragile structure due to wars, terror and robbery, social and political crisis. This damaged fragile structure as a result of political instabilities impairs investment and interrupt economic progress. During the survey valid data obtained from 770 participants and these data analyzed in terms of percentage, frequency, t-Test, ANOVA and Tukey HSD. According to the findings local tourists paid more importance than the foreign tourist because of the political instability. Female tourists paid more importance relatively than the male tourists to the context of political instabilities. Also correlation detected between increased educational level and paid importance to the political instability. According to the analyses nationality does not affect destination choice process while political instabilities exist. Finally between income and paid importance to the political instabilities there is a linear correlation was detected.
Influence of planting date and spacing on growth and earliness parameters in onion seed crop published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEBARAJ BARMAN1, RAVINDRA MULGE1, M.B. MADALAGERI1 AND SUKHEN CHANDRA DAS* Planting of bulbs on first October resulted with maximum plant height (80.4 cm) at 90 DAP (Days after planting) and maximum number of leaves at 90 and 120 DAP compared to first September and first November planting. Planting of bulbs at a closer spacing of 45 x 15 cm resulted with maximum plant height at 90 and 120 DAP over other spacing levels. Onion bulbs planted at a closer spacing of 45 x 15 cm resulted with maximum number of leaves on 90 DAP. However, wider spacing of 60 x 30 cm resulted with maximum number of leaves at 120 DAP. Bulbs planted on first October at 60 x 15 cm spacing resulted with maximum plant height (90.5 cm) at 90 DAP, whereas, first November planting at 60 x 15 cm recorded maximum (103.8 cm) plant height at 120 DAP. First October planting at 60 x 15 cm resulted in maximum number of leaves at 90 (65.60 and 120 (58.4) DAP. Onion bulbs planted on first November took least number of days for first and 50 per cent scape emergence and 50 per cent flowering, however first October planting took least number of days for first flowering. Onion bulbs planted at a closer spacing of 45 x 15 cm took least number of days for first and 50 per cent scape emergence and first and 50 per cent flowering. Onion bulbs planted on first November took least number of days for 50 per cent flowering.
Security for Privileged Accounts Using Break-Glass Technique published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Arun.S, Mohanasundarm.A, Bhoopathi Siva.K? Break-glass within computing is a term used to describe the act of checking out a system account password for use by a human. It is generally used for highest level system accounts such as root for unix or SYS/SA for database. These accounts are highly privileged and not in themselves individualized to a specific human, so instead break-glass limits them by the password time duration, with the aim of controlling and reducing the accounts usage to that which is necessary. Break-glass has been examined in a number of publications applied to medical systems. What is currently missing is an accurate translation of original break-glass concepts, especially applied to high security environments such as banking. This paper will provide a description of how break-glass is evolving into a broader method of time-based access control mechanism. Finally how time-based access control and break-glass can be varied adaptively based on threat level is proposed.
Status of Higher Education in India: Achievement and Challenges published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Nain Singh | Prem Pal Higher education is an important part of the era of science and technology. In modern world, it plays an important role to transform human beings into modern human resources. Immense increase in Higher education institutions is also a challenge to our government. In India, a number of the higher educational institutions are not well mapped out, maximum which are not providing the quality education. There are many drawbacks in our higher education system, as a result many problems are faced by the students as well as teachers and common people. Under certain circumstances it is seen that access and equity is a big challenge to the government. The paper highlights the attainments and challenges in higher education and tries to find out the problems in the light of some aspects. Dr. Nain Singh | Prem Pal"Status of Higher Education in India: Achievement and Challenges" 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/ijtsrd5882.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/5882/status-of-higher-education-in-india-achievement-and-challenges/dr-nain-singh
Menace Of Electronic And Electrical Waste In Developing Countries published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
Prerna Sachdeva, Anitha Padmaanabhan, Priyanka Katke, N.M Gadgil The primary leiomyosarcoma invading the spine is an extremely rare neoplasm .We report a case of 75 year old male with no significant medical history presenting with weakness in both lower limbs and incontinence of urine and faeces since 15 days. MRI confirmed the presence a lytic lesion causing collapse of D11-D12 vertebrae with involvement of paravertebral soft tissue and 11-12th ribs. Decompressive surgery was performed for the same and tumour was sent for histopathological examination. On histology, tumour was found to be low grade leiomyosarcoma which showed positivity for desmin and smooth muscle actin on Immunohistochemistry.
PRINCIPAL SHANKAR BAGDES METHOD OF PERFECT SQUARE published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Principal Shankar Narayan Bagde If n is non zero integer, then n x n written as n 2 is c alled square of n. Hence square of a number can be found by multiplying it by itself. Every natural number has a perfect square. There are so many methods of getting a perfect squareofnaturalnumbers . Whilethe author, teaching mathematics in the class, foun d a different method of perfect Square. The weightage of this method is that anybody can get square of any natural numbers
SCREENING MODELS USED FOR ANTI-EPILEPTIC ACTIVITY AND VARIOUS HERBAL SOURCES BENEFICIAL IN EPILEPSY: A REVIEW published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Praveen Kumar Dixit1, Suchita Mittal*2 and Bhupendra Chauhan3 Epilepsy involves a group of problems that goes ahead of seizures. The commonness of the disease in developing countries is advanced than that in developed countries the causes of epilepsy embrace chemical imbalance such as low blood sugar or sodium, head injuries, drug abuse or with-drawl, alcohol withdrawal, stroke or conditions that affect the blood vessels (vascular system) in the brain, hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) in the brain, brain tumour, brain infection, such as meningitis or encephalitis and Alzheimer?s disease. It is obligatory to explore for an antiepileptic agent that is highly effectual as well as secure in terms of drug related toxicity. The main aim of this review is to explore about epilepsy, types of epilepsy and some screening methods for anti-epileptic activity.
IMAGE LOCALIZATION USING GOOGLE MAPS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Sadashiv D. Lavange* 1 , Prof. A. D. Vishwakarma 2 , Prof. H. T. Ingale 3 & Prof. V. D. Chaudhari Now days, government of India is making awareness about green energy. So, various analyses have to make for promotion of green energy like solar energy over the country. It is required to know about the rooftop area useful for holding solar panels. Image localization and image registration techniques are the mostly used by the researchers for searching image in specified place. Google earth image searching is required for localization and analysis of specific area over the areal image. This type of searching is useful for calculating the area of solar rooftop in any specific location. Within the range of city, it is required to get snap shots of areal images within which rooftop is required to search. This paper is proposed for the search of template area over the areal map area. We have designed the algorithm, in which input is Latitude and Longitude of the specific location and the template of image say (roof top of a building) to be searched at that specific location and the output of the algorithm is the localization of the template area over big areal image. To identify the Latitude and Longitude of the specific area, various apps are available which provides the information about Latitude and Longitude by providing the area name. This information is useful to this algorithm for localization of the specific area
Manufacturing of Bio Plastic from Waste Vegetable published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rajat. R. Wade | Anurag. D. Choudhari | Shubham Punvantwar Bioplastic may be made up of agriculture by-product and additionally from used plastic bottle and different containers victimization microorganisms. Common plastic, like fossil-fuel plastic (also referred to as petrobased polymers), are derived from fossil oil or gas. Production of such plastic tends to need a lot of fossil fuels and to provide a lot of greenhouse gases that the assembly of bio primarily based compound (bioplastics). perishable bioplastic will break down in either anaerobic or aerobic setting, betting on however theyre factory-made. Bioplastics may be composed of starches, cellulose, biopolymers, and a spread of different material. Rajat. R. Wade | Anurag. D. Choudhari | Shubham Punvantwar"Manufacturing of Bio Plastic from Waste Vegetable" 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/ijtsrd10849.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/chemical-engineering/10849/manufacturing-of-bio-plastic-from-waste-vegetable/rajat-r-wade
Validation of a new simple Reverse Phase-HPLC method for determination of Donepezil hydrochloride published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sukhbir Lal Khokra, Hitesh Dhamija, Abhishek Chandel, Deepika Gupta Sunil Dutt and Bharat Parashar A rapid, simple, specific, sensitive, precise, accurate and reliable reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic method has been developed for the estimation of Donepezil hydrochloride tablets. Donepezil is a reversible acetyl cholinesterase inhibitor which is used in the treatment of Alzheimers disease. A mixture of buffer (6.8 g of potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate in 100 mL of water then 5 mL Triethylamine, pH adjusted to 2.2 0.1), methanol (60:40 V/V) as mobile phase was delivered at a flow rate 1.2 mL/min and wavelength of detection at 286 nm using reverse phase column Hypersil BDS C18, 100 mm 4.6 mm, 5?m. The retention time was found to be 11.45. The method was statistically validated for linearity, accuracy, precision selectivity, specificity, solution stability, filter compatibility, filter saturation, robustness and system suitability as per ICH guidelines. The method is advantageous as the standard and sample preparation requires less time and no tedious extraction procedure was involved in the analysis of formulation. The method can be effectively applied for routine analysis in research institutions, quality control department in industries, approved testing laboratories, bio-pharmaceutics & bio-equivalence studies and in clinical pharmacokinetic studies.
Adiposity, metabolic parameters and c-reactive protein in patients at cardiovascular risk published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Karina Quesada, Sandra Maria Barbalho, Ricardo José Tofano, Claudia Rucco Penteado Detregiachi, Marcelo Dib Bechara, Stephanny Gabriela Gomes Silva, Aniele Sanches Rodrigues and Ricardo de Alvares Goulart Background: Several studies have shown that C-reactive protein is positively associated with the body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference (WC), but the association of the concentration of C reactive protein with lipid and glycemic profile is still controversial. This study aimed to determine high-sensitive C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) concentrations in patients undergoing angiography and its correlation with BMI, WC and biochemical parameters. Ninety-seven patients attended the Unit of Cardiac Surgery and Hemodynamics located at University Hospital of the University of Marília (UNIMAR) participated in the study. Anthropometric (weight and height for calculation of BMI and WC) and biochemical parameters (hs-CRP, glycaemia, total cholesterol, LDL-c, HDL-c, and triglycerides) were collected. Pearson test was used to evaluate the correlation between the data and the significance level adopted was 5% ( p <0.05). The patients had a mean age of 55 ± 12.04 years, and 55.32% were men and 44.68% women. The mean values of hs-CRP were 0.40 ± 0.42 mg/dL. hs-CRP correlated positively with BMI (p < 0.008) and WC (p < 0.018) but not with other variables such as blood glucose ( p = 0.118), total cholesterol (p = 0.559), LDL-c (p = 0.8180, HDL-c (p = 0.417) and triglycerides (p = 0.590). Body composition, characterized by increased body adiposity according to BMI and WC were the main factors related to high concentrations of hs-CRP in the patients underwent coronary arteriography.
Needle Revision with Antimetabolites in Bleb Failure published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

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Ehab Ghoneim* Glaucoma filtering surgery is unusual in that its goal is the creation and maintenance of a non healing fistula between two anatomic spaces that are normally not connected [1]. Fibroblasts, connective tissue elements, cytokines, aqueous humor and the surrounding vascular supply all influence what happens to a bleb over a long period of time. The enemy of drainage procedure is excessive scarring [2]. Long-term studies showed a loss of intraocular pressure (IOP) control in a significant proportion of eyes with an initially successful trabeculectomy [2,3]. So follow up of glaucoma patients after surgery is mandatory as significant proportion develop bleb failure. Revision of guarded filtration procedures was reported as early as 1941 by Ferrer [4]. Needling as currently performed was described by Pederson and Smith [5]. The combination of needling with antimetabolites (mitomycin C and 5FU) greatly improve the outcome of needling and enhance bleb survival.
Automation of Invigilations in College Examination Portal (Exam Click) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ch. Hampli | K. Amulya | V. Lakshmi Tejasri | B. Indu Krishna Examination Cell is a very confidential and key place for any college. Currently all the activities in the exam cell were mostly including a lot of manual calculations and is slightly making it easier with Open Office or Microsoft Office tools but still there were lot of queries that dont have an exact answer or will take much time to calculate in the exam cell like - Exam Invigilations - Admission / Promotion Lists To reduce the paper work, we have undertaken this project..The above said problem can be solved by automating the college examination portal. Exam click is an effective tool for integrating efficient, scalable, transparent and robust solutions. The main aim for creating this project is to project the process that undergoes in between exam notification to invigilator remunerations and preparation of admission lists to graduation lists. It has the perspective of attaining attraction of those colleges which dont have better performing software. So, by this project we want to make an attempt, to make the work of the management, exam cell, and department exam cellssimole and accurate. Ch. Hampli | K. Amulya | V. Lakshmi Tejasri | B. Indu Krishna"Automation of Invigilations in College Examination Portal (Exam Click)" 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/ijtsrd13097.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-architecture/13097/automation-of-invigilations-in-college-examination-portal-exam-click/ch-hampli
NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN AGED 6 T0 59 MONTHS IN AN INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS (IDP) CAMP AT ELDORET, KENYA. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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A. V. M. Kwena Objectives: The broad objective of the study was to determine the nutritional status of children staying in IDP camp. Materials & Methods: A Descriptive study was carried out between May and July 2008. Structured questionnaires were administered to parents or guardians with children aged 5-59 months. The sample size depended on the number of cases seen within the period of study. The parameters considered included Age (in months), Weight (Kgs) and the mid upper arm circumference (cms).The nutritional status of the children was determined using the WHO recommended Z- score values as well as the Kenya Government Ministry of health recommended charts based on anthropometric measurements . Inclusion criteria involved children aged 5 to 59 months in the study area. Analysis of nutritional data was carried out using Epi-info 2000 computer program to determine the Z- score values from anthropometric data. Results & Findings: Demography: a total of 20 children from IDP camp were sampled. Of these 12(60%) were males. The age ranged from 5 to 46 months Anthropometry: one (5%) had normal nutritional status (>1WAZ), 1(5%) had mild malnutrition (<-1WAZ), 3(15%) had moderate malnutrition (<-2WAZ), while 14(70%)had severe malnutrition (<-3WAZ). Clinical malnutrition: Twelve(60%) of the children had Kwashiorkor, 2(10%) had marasmus. None had Marasmic /Kwashiorkor. Conclusion: The rate of kwashiorkor and marasmus was higher than the national rate
Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Cefalexin Dervatives published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Entesar O. AL-Tamimi* Raad M. Muslih** Khalida A.Thejeel*** New series of Schiff bases 2(a-j) and corresponding beta-lactam derivatives 3(a-j) were synthesized from cefalexin (1) as starting material. The compound (1) was reacted with different aldehydes and ketones to give Schiff bases derivatives 2(a-j). The synthesized Schiff bases were cyclized by chloroacetyl chloride in the presence of triethylamine to form beta-lactam derivatives 3(a-j). The compounds were characterized by deremination melting point, FT-IR and 1H NMR. The beta-lactam derivatives were screened in vitro antibacterial against some bacterial species.
Pruning in peach published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NIDHIKA THAKUR, SANDEEP KUMAR SINGH* AND YAMINI SHARMA The temperate fruit trees need annual pruning when dormant i.e. before the bud break. The main objective in developing and perfecting a pruning method is to remove the non productive parts so as to divert the energy into those parts that are capable of bearing fruits. Performance of peach trees depends heavily on the proper pruning annually. The peach fruits are born on one year old wood which becomes barren afterwards and no flower bud differentiation or subsequent fruit formation takes place in this part of the branch. If the trees are not pruned annually, the volume of fruiting wood reduces each year and the fruiting shoot move higher and higher getting out of reach. The unpruned trees are oftenly subjected to over crowding between the trees in close planting, exhibiting reduction in productivity and fruit quality. Hence, proper pruning is quite instrumental in regulating the tree vigour, fruit quality and productivity potential in peach plants
Quantitative Analysis of Dermatoglyphics in Schizophrenic Patients published in

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Sowjanya Bandlamudi, S Viveka, V Viswambhar, M J Sudha Introduction: Association of dermatoglyphics with innumerable physical, behavioral and pathological traits are studied in recent past. There are many conflicting reports with regard to occurrence and frequencies of various epidermal ridges pattern parameters across the world and within India. In this study, we have attempted to evaluate fingertip pattern in schizophrenic patients belonging to urban area of Andhrapradesh. Methodology: The rolled finger and palmar prints of 100 schizophrenic patients of both the sexes (50 males and 50 females) clinically diagnosed under DSM III-R criteria aged between 15-65 years were collected for the study from the Department of Psychiatry, of a Government District General Hospital in Andhra Pradesh from September 2009 to July 2010. These dermatoglyphic patterns were compared with age and sex matched 100 controls selected from teaching and nonteaching staff and students of same teaching hospital. Results: Schizophrenic patients had higher Total finger ridge count (TFRC) especially male patients with mean value of 104 in males and 112 in females. Lower a-d ridge count especially left hand of male patients was noted with mean count of 30.5. 'adt' angle was higher in patients than controls. Atd angle has not shown any significant difference in compared to controls. Conclusions: We conclude that there are significant differences in the schizophrenics in various dermatoglyphic features, when compared to normal controls.
An Analysis of Working Capital Trend in Public Sector Telecom Companies in India (Bsnl & Mtnl) published in

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Rajput Vijay Bhai, Mahendra Bhai Working capital plays a significant role in improved profitability of firms. Firms can achieve optimal management of working capital by making the trade-off between profitability and liquidity. This paper analyzes trend of working capital over past 09 year of public sector telecom companies in India i.e. BSNL and MTNL. Working capital plays a very significant and vital role in the performance of a firm as it is required for day to day routine transaction. Every company should maintain sufficient level of working capital to avoid the problems such as illiquidity, bankruptcy etc. Therefore, the level of Working Capital must be properly determined and allocated to various segments, effectively controlled and regularly reviewed in order to have adequate and efficient flow of working capital. In this perspective, this paper analyzes working capital trend of public sector telecom companies. In this paper working capital trend analysis represents a picture of variations in current assets, current liabilities and working capital of Public Sector Telecom companies of India over a period of time. Trend Analysis is a tool of financial analysis where changes are compared to the base year, keeping the base year as 100. Such an analysis helps us to study upward / downward trends in current assets and current liabilities and its effect on working capital. This study will be helpful to the investors, government, financial analyst, various stake holder of the company and many other users of the financial information.
Effect of Terminal Heat Stress on Yield and Yield Attributes of Wheat published in

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Bavita Asthir, Shashi Bala, Navtej Singh Bains High temperature is a major determinant of wheat development and growth and causes yield loss in many regions of the world. This study was conducted to assess heat stress effects on yield and yield related traits of wheat. Three wheat genotypes C 273 (heat tolerant) and PBW 343, PBW 550 (susceptible) under normal and heat stress (late sowing) conditions. Grain yield, no of grain per kerenel, plant height, grain filling duration, peduncle length, peduncle weight and 1000 kernels weight were measured. High temperature significantly decreased all traits specially grain yield (26% and 54.2%), 1000-kernel weight (24% and 31%) and grain filling duration (3% and 9%) in tolerant and susceptible genotypes, respectively. Grain yield (54%) was most affected and grain filling duration (9%) was least affected by heat stress. These traits could be used as reliable screening tools for development of heat-tolerant genotypes.
Determinants of Business Start-ups: Towards a Comprehensive Framework published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Chun Wai Andy Chui, Lai Ming Jackie Tam and Piyush Sharma Business start-ups play an important role in economic growth. The most significant examples are China and India. Although there is vast variation in business start-ups across countries, the determinants of business start-ups across the world remain unclear (Freytag & Thurik, 2007). Prior studies focused on per capita real GDP and informal institutions such as culture to explain the cross-country variation in business start-ups. Noorderhaven, Thurik and Wennekers (2004) showed that that there was a negative relation between per capita income and self-employment levels. Freytag and Thurik (2007) suggested that cultural variables may play a role in entrepreneurial activities. This study contributes to the literature by examining other important determinants of business start-ups across countries that have been overlooked in prior studies. Specifically, we developed a comprehensive model to explain the influence of formal and informal institutional factors on business start-ups and empirically assess the hypothesized relationships in the model across countries and over time.
Global Warming: Impact on Animal Diseases published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Sivanarayanan T B, Dr Vysakh Mohan, Dr Muhasin Asaf V N, Dr Susanth V.S, Dr Renjith Sebastian Global warming is one of the major concerns of recent years owing to its multiple impacts on human beings and animals. Most of the discussions are focussed on the contribution of livestock on increasing the temperature, while a less concern has been given on its impact on emergence of different animal diseases. The present paper puts on record the effects of global warming on epidemiology of animal diseases, important animal diseases and the challenges faced by the veterinarians and public health personnel during the current scenario.
Estimation of Alkaloids and Total phenol In Roots of Derris Trifoliata L and Evaluation For Antibacterial And Antioxidant Activity published in

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N. SHARIEF MD, A. SRINIVASULU, UMA MAHESWARA RAO V This study was designed to extract and estimate the amount of alkaloids and total phenolics as well as their antibacterial and antioxidant potential in ethyl aceate, acetone, methanol and ethanol with the roots of Derris trifoliata L (DL). The antibacterial activity was done by agar well diffusion method alongside Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumonia, Proteus vulgaris,, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus cereus, Enterococcus faecalis and Lactobacillus delbrueckii. The inhibitory effect of the crude extracts was compared with standard antibiotics gentamicin, tetracycline and ciprofloxacin. The Minimum Inhibitory Concentration [MIC] was determined by serial dilution method and the antioxidant activity is done by ABTS method. The ethanol fraction is showing high amount of alkaloid, where as the total phenolics is rich in methanol. However, the efficacy of the inhibitory effect is high for acetone and ethanol extracts. The MIC value was found to be between 1.25 to 5mg/100l. This study provides the necessary information for extraction and characterization of bioactive principles that enjoy the antioxidant and antibacterial action in root extracts of DL
A Study of Earning Quality of Selected Public & Private Sector Banks in India published in

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Nayan M. Gadhia The quality of earnings is an important criterion that determines the ability of a bank to earn consistently, going in to the future. It basically determines the quality of banks profitability and its ability to maintain quality, sustainability and growth in earnings in the future. The parameter gains importance in the light of the argument that a large part of a bank's income is earned through non core activities like interest & dividend on investments, treasury operations, and corporate advisory services and so on. . If the Government monetary policies fail to curb inflation, then it weakens the economic growth and development in any country. Banking sector is directly associated with economic growth of the nation. The recent fall in rupee, volatility in oil prices, instability in bullion and security markets in India, instability of euro and the European Market, probable hike in interest rate by USA are some examples of failure of governments to manage the monetary and Fiscal policies. In this paper, an attempt has been made to discuss Earning Quality of selected banks.
Iatrogenic Foreign Body in a Previously Blind Teat: Case Report published in

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Abu-Rafee M*, A.M Pawde Foreign body in the teat cistern was surgically removed by thelotomy.
Effect of Yogasanas And Pranayama on Cardio Respiratory Variables of College Youths published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Binod Chowdhary, Mr. Suprakash Das, Mr. Sujan Barman The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of asanas and pranayama on Cardio respiratory variables of College Youths. The subjects for this study were thirty male B.P.Ed students of Seva Bharati Mahavidyalaya, Kapgari, Jhargram, paschim medinipur. The subjects were equally divided into three groups namely two experimental and one control groups. The two experimental treatments were assigned at random to two groups i.e. one for Asanas and another for Pranayama and the third group served as control. The treatment Schedule was prepared for ten weeks. The experimental treatments were employed for 30 minutes a day in five days a week for ten weeks duration. Pre and post-test data of all the subjects from three groups were collected before and after the experimental treatment period of 8 weeks. Following variables were selected for the purpose of this study: Sub maximal Heart Rate and VO2 Max. The data was analyzed by employing analysis of covariance at the 0.05 level of significance. The result of the study indicates that practice of both Asanas and Pranayama had significant effect on Sub maximal Heart Rate and VO2 Max of the subject.
Study of Indias Paper Industry- Potential and Growth in 21st Century published in

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Jay Ganesh Tripathi This research Study focuses growth and development of paper industries in India. Paper touches our lives every moment. The paper industry in India is growing in a rapid speed with demand increment and opportunity creation and attraction to the international players. Paper products are used in education, healthcare, food, trade, communication and packaging. The population of India has been growing at a significant pace which has led to the increase in the paper consumption as each individual utilizes paper and other related products .Paper Industry in India is moving up with a strong demand push and is in expansion mode to meet the projected demand of 20 Million tons by 2020.
Pongamia Bio Diesel '“ A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
N. Pavan Kumar | K. Hanumantha Rao | K. Radha Krishna Day by day vehicle population in the world is increasing and usage of fossil fuel is also increasing. By using fossil fuel as a fuel in I C Engines will cause for health hazards, Global pollution, at the same time sources of fossil fuels are also decreasing. The countries like INDIA are depending on other countries for the petroleum based fuel and it will affect the development of the country also. The usage of Diesel fuel in India is six times greater than the Gasoline (petrol) fuel. The India has lot of resources to produce Liquid alternate fuels like Ethanol, Methanol, and Bio-Diesel etc... Bio-Diesel is a one of the Alternate fuel for Diesel fuel and it is produced from renewable sources (Plants). The pongamia tree is normally grown in the banks of canals, rivers etc... If the ripen and fallen seeds are collected that is sufficient to produce the bio fuel for the Indian farmers requirements. This paper presents a brief review about different research work done on the pongamia bio diesel. Plenty of researchers are doing their research on bio diesel by various innovative methods, fuel parameters like blending, pre “ heating, dual fuel and engine parameters like compression ratio, fuel injection pressure, injection timing etc... In this paper various journals are collected from web resources and brief study has been done, concluded. N. Pavan Kumar | K. Hanumantha Rao | K. Radha Krishna"Pongamia Bio Diesel “ A Review" 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/ijtsrd14219.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/14219/pongamia-bio-diesel--a-review/n-pavan-kumar
Mind, Soul, Consciousness and Jianism : Perspectives published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Heena Pandit Jainism in its philosophy differs markedly from Buddhism and Vedanta when it comes to concepts of mind, soul and consciousness. The following articles looks at various aspects of Jainism with a focus on mind, soul and consciousness and related concepts from a Jainism perspective. Jain philosophy describes jiva (soul) as the sentient substance, which is non-physical and not sense-perceptible; consciousness and upayoga (manifestation) are the differentia of jiva. Consciousness manifests itself in many ways: intelligence, intuition, conation, bliss, perception (cognitive elements), emotions, will, attitude and behavior, awareness of pleasure and pain. Jain distinguishes between soul and mind. The paper also reviews the relation between the two and serves as a primer for researchers looking at basic literatures that defines these concepts from a Jain perspective.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF DILTIAZEM FLOATING TABLETS EMPLOYING A NEW MODIFIED STARCH OPTIMIZATION BY 23 FACTORIAL DESIGN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sailaja Gunnam*1 and K. P. R. Chowdary2 The objective of the present study is optimization of diltiazem floating tablet formulation by 23 factorial design. Floating tablets of diltiazem (60 mg) were formulated employing Cross linked starch-urea, a new modified starch (50 %) as matrix forming polymer, sodium bicarbonate as gas generating agent and beeswax and ethyl cellulose as floating enhancers. Diltiazem has short biological half-life of about 3.5 h and is rapidly eliminated. It is favourably absorbed from stomach and the oral bioavailability is 40% in humans. Diltiazem floating tablets were formulated as per 23 factorial design. The three factors involved in the 23 factorial design are sodium bicarbonate (Factor A), beeswax (Factor B) and ethyl cellulose (Factor C). The two levels of sodium bicarbonate (Factor A) are 10 and 20 %, the two levels of beeswax (Factor B) are 2 % and 5 % and the two levels of ethyl cellulose (Factor C) are 5% and 10%. Eight diltiazem floating tablet formulations were prepared employing selected combinations of the levels of the three factors as per 23 factorial design. All the floating tablets prepared were evaluated for drug content, hardness, friability, disintegration time, floating lag time, floating time and drug release characteristics.Diltiazem floating tablets prepared as per 23 factorial design were non-disintegrating in water and aqueous acidic (pH 1.2) and alkaline (pH 7.4) fluids and were of good quality with regard to drug content, hardness, friability and suitable for controlled release. The individual effects of sodium bicarbonate (Factor A) and ethyl cellulose (Factor C) and their combined effect (AC) on the floating lag time were significant (P < 0.05).Whereas the individual effect of bees wax (Factor B) and all other combined effects of the three factors involved were notsignificant in influencing floating lag time of the tablets. Formulations Fab, Fac and Fabc exhibited excellent floating over 12-14 h with a floating lag time in the range 15-32 seconds. Higher levels (20 %) of sodium bicarbonate gave shorter floating lag time. Diltiazem release from the floating tablets prepared except formulation Fa was slow and spread over 12 h and dependent on the composition of the tablets. Drug release from formulation Fa was very rapid. Diltiazem release from the floating tablets was by non-fickian diffusion mechanism in all the cases except Fa . In the case of formulation Fa that gave rapid release of drug fickian diffusion was the drug release mechanism.Optimization of diltiazem floating tablet formulation was done taking floating lag time as the parameter for optimization. For optimization, floating lag time was taken as response (Y) and level of sodium bicarbonate as (X1), level of bees wax as (X2) and level of ethyl cellulose as (X3). The polynomial equation describing the relationship between the response, Y and the variables, X1 , X 2 and X3 based on the observed data was found to be Y = 6.126 - 5.619 (X1) + 0.774 (X2) 0.891 (X1 X2) -0.246 (X3) + 0.254(X1 X3) 0.059 (X2 X3) + 0.191(X1 X2 X3) Based on the polynomial equation developed, the optimized diltiazem floating tablet formulation with a floating lag time of 20 seconds or 0.33 min could be formulated employing sodium bicarbonate (100mg/tablet), beeswax (17.5mg/tablet) and ethyl cellulose (37.5mg/tablet).The optimized formulation (Fopt) exhibited a floating time of 14 h with a lag time of 22 seconds fulfilling the target floating lag time set indicating validity of the optimization technique employed. Formulations Fopt and Fac prepared exhibited excellent floating characteristics (floating over 13-14h with a lag time of 22 and 30seconds respectively) and good sustained release of diltiazem over 12 h. Formulations Fopt and Fac are considered as the best floating tablet formulations of diltiazem suitable for b.i.d administration.
CHARACTERIZATION OF ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS IN EL TAJIN ARCHITECTURAL AREA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Lorena G. Valle-Chavarria1 , Carlos E. Berumen-Rodriguez1 , Reina I. Loredo-Cansino1 Edgardo Suarez-Dominguez El Tajín is an UNESCO Mesoamerican World Heritage Site, which was the most important on the north coast of the Gulf of Mexico during the epiclassic period (800 to 1150 AD). The city has pyramidal bastions, palaces with mural paintings, temples, ball courts, steles, and altars, all of them with sculptural bas-reliefs of great visual complexity.
Potentiometry and Spectrophotometry Studies of Binary Complex of Tripeptide TFA.Leu-Ala-Phe- OH with Cu (II). published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sanjay N. Aher,a,b,*, Supriya S. Aher b, S. D. Rathod a. Tripeptide TFA.Leu-Ala-Phe-OH synthesized by using conventional solution phase peptide synthesis strategies. The proton and Cu (II) solution equilibrium investigation of tripeptide binary complex are studied by potentiometric and spectrophotometric measurements in aqueous media. Measurements were carried out at varying temperature and ionic strength conditions. Potentiometric studies performed by using Calvin-Bjerrum titration technique as used by Irving and Rossotti while spectrophotometric measurements performed to determine conditional stability constant (Log Kcond) by Jobs continuous variation method at pH 5.5. Both potentiometric and spectrophotometric data evaluation shows inverse trend with varying temperature and ionic strength conditions on the proton and Cu (II) binary complex stabilities in aqueous media.
Cfd Simulation of Injected Fuel Spray in Marine Diesel Engines published in

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Ph. D. Student Mahran Dawwa This paper discusses the simulation of injection process in marine diesel engines by the use of computational fluid dynamics method (CFD). The fuel injection process has a huge impact on the diesel engine parameters, and due to the raise in concern about reducing gas emissions and improving the fuel economy of marine diesel engines, the concentration about improving the fuel injection process has increased. Hence, many researches and studies have been carried out for modeling and simulating the injection process in order to enhance the mixture formation inside the combustion chamber. Diesel spray is subjected to different physical processes (penetration, primary break-up, and secondary break-up) which will be explained and illustrated in details. The simulation in this study was carried out by the use of technical data of Hino W04D high speed marine diesel engine and ANSYS simulation software codes.
Effect of integrated nutrient management and planting geometry on growth and yield of aerobic rice published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V. PARAMESH*, C.J. SRIDHARA1, K.S. SHASHIDHAR2 AND S. BHUVANESWARI2 A field experiment was conducted with three integrated nutrient management practices and three spacings were laid out in Factorial Randomized Complete Block Design with three replications during Kharif 2009 at College of Agriculture, Shimoga. The integrated nutrient management practices including 50% RDN through chemical fertilizers and 50% RDN through organic sources like farm yard manure, poultry manure and vermicompost with three spacing viz., 30 x 30 cm, 20 x 20 cm and 20 x 10 cm. Among integrated nutrient management practices (M3) 50% RDN through chemical fertilizers + 50% RDN through vermicompost recorded significantly higher plant height (80.54 cm), leaf area (1537.69 cm2), number of tillers hill-1(30.04), total dry matter accumulation hill-1 (84.78 g) grain yield (39.48 q ha-1) and straw yield (52.9 q ha-1). Wider spacing of 30 x 30 cm (S3) had registered significantly higher plant height (84.26 cm), leaf area (1538.12 cm2) number of tillers hill-1 (33.32), total dry matter accumulation hill-1 (87.18 g), grain yield (40.61 q ha-1) and straw yield (53.63 q ha-1).
Effect of Cadmium Chloride on the Histoarchitecture of Kidney of a Freshwater Catfish, Channa punctatus published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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*Nasrul Amin, Susan Manohar, Kamlesh Borana, T. A. Qureshi and Salma khan The present study conducted to investigate the effects of cadmium chloride induced histological alterations in the kidney of a freshwater catfish, Channa punctatus. The fishes exposed to 3mg/l (96 h LC50) and 5 mg (96 h LC50) of cadmium chloride for a period of 15 and 45 days. The most common changes in the kidney of fish exposed cadmium chloride were characterized by loosening of haemopoietic tissue, uriniferous tubules have lost their original appearance, vacuolated cytoplasm, degeneration in the epithelial cells of renal tubule, narrowing of the tubular lumen and damaged glomeruli.
Traditional Trade-off V/S Pecking Order, Which is a Better Theory? published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
MOSTAFA HASHEMI-TILEHNOUEI, B. SHIVARAJ Core objective of each firm is to maximize the firm value by selecting the projects with positive net present value and lowest cost of capital. Of course capital structure of firm is a critical element for firms to maximize their value. The purpose of this study is to examine financing behavior of Indian firms and to investigate that which theory of capital structure is better in explaining financing behavior of Indian firms and whether financing behavior of firms operating in India as a developing country and emerging economy is in accordance with financing behavior of developed countries or not. Two main theories of capital structure in this paper are tested: the traditional trade-off theory and the pecking order theory. Results suggest that the pecking order theory rather than the traditional trade-off theory is better in explaining the financing behavior of Indian companies. Results of this paper are consistent with the results for most of the developed countries.
NANOCARRIER FOR TRANSDERMAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nilam Gadge* These nanocarriers (nanoparticles, nanoemulsion, dendrimers, liposomes, etc) can be made of a lot of different materials, and they are very different in structure and chemical nature. It offers multiple sites to avoid local irritation and toxicity, yet it can also offer the option of concentrating drugs at local areas to avoid undesirable systemic effects. This difficulty is because the stratum corneum of skin acts as an efficient barrier that limits penetration of drugs through the skin, and few noninvasive methods are known to significantly enhance the penetration of this barrier. In order to increase the range of drugs available for transdermal delivery, the use of nanocarriers has emerged as an interesting and valuable alternative for delivering lipophilic and hydrophilic drugs throughout the stratum corneum with the possibility of having a local or systemic effect for the treatment of many different diseases.
Where Generic Strategies can be a risk? published in

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Dr Keyurkumar M Nayak -
Integration of Management Information Systems (Cyber Infrastructure) and Operations Research published in

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Dr. Mohamed Abu Al-Jibeen Management information systems (MIS) summarize data and prepare information reports from transaction data, usually in different functional areas. MIS deals with the planning for development, management, and use of information technology tools to help people perform all tasks related to information processing and management. Operations research (OR) is defined as the application of scientific methods for decision making in managing a variety of cybernetic systems Synergy of MIS and OR is considered in the paper . Modern web based MIS are designed and implemented with the aim of providing data necessary for decision analysis . For rational analysis and finding optimal solution, techniques and tools of modern OR are used . That is why OR is becoming an important part of cyber infrastructure . The accent in the paper is given to modeling systems, modeling languages, solvers, and interface .
Bioremediation of organic pollutants by using free and immobilised cells of Pseudomonas putida and Pseudomonas aeruginosa published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K. TULASI RAMKRISHAN AND C. SIVASUBRAMANIAN Immobilisation of cells on a suitable support simplify the treatment of liquid waste as the entrapment of living cell increasing the retention time of cells on contaminated water. The present study aimed at free and immobilised cells of Pseudomonas putida and Pseudomonas aeruginosa were used as remediating material for the removal of organic pollutants from tannery effluent. Removal of organic pollutants is drastic under immobilised conditions compared to free cells of Pseudomonas putida and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Compared to free cell, immobilised cells of Pseudomonas putida and Pseudomonas aeruginosa are more efficient in the removal of organic pollutants from tannery effluent. Immobilised cells of Pseudomonas putida and Pseudomonas aeruginosa exhibited maximum percentage bioremediation level of organic pollutants from tannery effluent.
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM ENHANCEMENT USING SIGN BASED NORMALIZED ADAPTIVE FILTERING TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nallamothu Sruthi Sudha * , Rama Koti Redyy Dodda In this paper Adaptive filter is used as a primary method to filter the Electroencephalogram (EEG) or brain signal, as it does not require any priori information about the signal statistical characteristics. Several simple and efficient sign based normalized adaptive algorithms are presented to cancel the noise in EEG signal. These are Normalized sign regressor Least Mean Square (NSRLMS), Normalized sign Least Mean Square (NSLMS) and Normalized sign sign Least Mean Square (NSSLMS). These algorithms enjoy less computational complexity because of the sign present in the algorithm and good filtering capability because of the normalized term. The filters developed using these algorithms are computationally superior with multiplier free weight update loops. Based on these considerations NSRLMS, NSLMS and NSSLMS adaptive noise cancellers are developed for EEG signal enhancement. Power line interference (PLI) and Respiration artefacts are primarily considered for denoising. Finally we have applied the algorithms on EEG signals obtained from CHB-MIT database for comparison of performance. The comparison of proposed schemes and conventional LMS indicates that NSRLMS outperforms existing realizations in noise reduction.
Impact of Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) in Indian Economy-A Study published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
P.SURESH Ph.D Research Scholar Arignar Anna Government Arts College Cheyyar, Tiruvannamalai. Dr.P.MARIA DOSS Assistant Professor Presidency College (Autonomous) Chennai- 600005. Abstract Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) are the 4th largest sector in the Indian economy. FMCG sector is a vital contribution to India’s Gross Domestic Product. It has been contributing to the demand of lower and middle income groups in India. India’s FMCG sector creates employment for more than three million people in downstream activities. The Indian rural and urban markets provide abundant opportunities for organisation to enter and operate profitably. In India has emerged as a large market for numerous goods and services such as financial services, FMCG, healthcare and telecommunications. In today’s competitive scenario, the rural markets are as vital as the urban markets for marketers. The productions of Fast Moving Consumer Goods companies have massive competition and they are forced to find new ways of making money.
Traditional herbs used for diabetes in Rajasthan published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SWATI VERMA AND VIBHA BHATNAGAR This review focuses on Indian herbal drugs and plants used in the treatment of diabetes, especially in India. Diabetes is an important human ailment afflicting many from various walks of life in different countries. In India it is proving to be a major health problem, especially in the urban areas. Though there are various approaches to reduce the ill effects of diabetes and its secondary complications, herbal formulations are preferred due to lesser side effects and low cost. A list of medicinal plants with proven antidiabetic and related beneficial effects and of herbal drugs used in treatment of diabetes is compiled. These include Allium sativum, Eugenia jambolana, Momordica charantia, Trigonella foenum graecum, Acacia arabica and Capparis deciduas. Herbal medicines, products and therapies are a subject of great public interest both nationally and worldwide. Use of herbal therapy is common among patients with diabetes.
A Survey to Evaluate the Level of Stress Among Undergraduate Medical Students in A Medical College published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Shiva Devarakonda, Dr Sameer Mehrotra, Dr R K Ranyal, Dr Sunil Basukala Background: In India, getting into the medical school is considered to be very prestigious, but the accompanying challenges of being in medical school are largely overlooked Aim & objectives: This study is aimed to identify various stressors leading to stress & determine the level of stress among various academic years & gender variations. Study design and methods: Cross-sectional questionnaire based study carried out among 402 Undergraduate students of Government Medical College from 01 Jan to 01 Feb 2015. Results: The major source of stress was academic related factors among which female students perceived more stress than male across all domains. It was observed that the difference in stressors among first year & final year students were Interpersonal & Group activity related factors respectively Conclusion: The major contributors for stress were academics, followed by group activities, teaching & learning and intrapersonal & interpersonal related.
Comparative Study on Organoleptic Characteristics of Developed Momos from Fresh and Dried Mushroom published in

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Anjali Verma, Dr. Vishakha Singh Mushrooms are edible fungi and assume considerable importance in the human diet as they are highly rich in protein and also non-starchy carbohydrates, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamin-B and are quite low in fat value. Therefore, they form an important constituent of a diet for a population suffering from atherosclerosis. But, when mushroom comes to fungi origin, many people are apprehensive and reject mushroom as a part of their diet. Therefore, its addition or incorporation on traditional foods is not only an effort to enhance the acceptance of mushroom among common people but it can be produce new food at commercial level. Organoleptic evaluation of prepared momos revealed that fresh mushroom momos had better organoleptic characteristic than dried mushroom momos and control sample. The various studies show that the productions of mushroom are not completely utilized because of incomplete knowledge of its use. So, this type of research is a remarkable step in the context of development of enrichment in our daily diets.
PERIPHERAL RETINAL NERVE FIBRE LAYER (RNFL) THICKNESS AND ITS CORRELATION WITH HIGH MYOPIA: A NOVEL EXCLUSIVE NORMOGRAM published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Abdul Waris*, Adil Asghar, Mousami Malakar, Humayun Asharf, Syed Nasir Askari, Anupam Ahuja and Syed Mobashir Yunus Purpose: To evaluate the association of high myopia with retinal nerve fibre layer (RNFL) thickness specially in the peripheral retina after ruling out other causes of RNFL thinning. METHODS: Fifty highly myopic eyes and forty emmetropic eyes of patients was selected after excluding concomitant ophthalmic disorder and RNFL thickness measured using the Fourier domain optical coherence tomography (FD OCT). RESULTS: The overall mean RNFL thickness in the myopic groups and control were 87.89 ?m and 111.64 ?m respectively. The mean retinal nerve fibre thickness was significantly less in myopic eyes as compared to control group (p =0.0000). Mean loss of retinal thickness at periphery was 21.229.27 % and it strongly correlated with spherical error (r2=0.20). CONCLUSIONS: Retinal nerve fibre thickness was significantly decreased in myopic eyes as compared to emmetropic eyes. The peripheral retinal & RNFL of periphery are more stretched and affected in high myopia. Hence, if we focus on the RNFL of periphery after ruling out other disorder specially open angle glaucoma we get an exclusive correlation of RNFL thickness and high myopia which avoid wrong interpretation.
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF NIMORAZOLE TABLET DOSAGE FORM BY UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A Santosh Kumar Sreevatsav*, N.Mamatha, MD.Fiaz, W.A.Karthikayan, G.Latha A new U.V.spectophotometric method was developed and validated as per ICH guidelines for the quantitative determination of nimorazole. The solvent used is mixture containing acetonitrile:water(50:50).The wavelength corresponding to maximum absorbance of the drug was found to be 302nm. Beers law was observed in the concentration range of 5-25?g/ml. The method was validated for several parameters like accuracy, precision, robustness as per ICH guidelines. The values of relative standard deviation and %assay were found to be satisfactory indicating that the proposed method is precise and accurate and hence can be used in the routine analysis of nimorazole in bulk and pharmaceutical formulations.
Polyvinyl Alcohol Based Transdermal Devices For Enhanced Skin Permeation published in

Research Journal of Life Sciences, Bioinformatics, Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences

Published by Life Science Informatics Publications
Syam S. Nair* Skin is the most easily accessible organ which has been used as a route for the delivery of therapeutic agents into the systemic distribution. The chief component of a transdermal (TND) drug delivery system is a controlled release device consist of polymers. Hence the selection of appropriate polymer is a key step during the development of TND patch. In recent years, polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) have gained tremendous attention in the field of TND drug delivery because of their favorable features such as biocompatibility, hydrophilicity, biodegradability and excellent film forming ability. In this article the applicability of PVA in developing TND patches are discussed. The application of PVA through chemical modification as TND device is also detailed. The potential of PVA based devices such as microneedles, TND films, organic-inorganic hybrid patches, nanocomposites etc to delivery drug molecules across the skin are described.
The Correlation Between the Age of Puberty and Biochemical Metabolite, ALP, Body Weight And Body Condition Score in Iraqi Holstein Cross Breed. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Abdurahman Y. Liqaa, Ismaeel A. Maythem This study was conducted in the animals farm in college of agriculture / Tikrit University, during the period from February to august 2014. Ten Iraqi cross breed Holstein heifers were used for detect the age of puberty and relationship between this ages with body weight and body condition score. In addition some biochemical metabolite (cholesterol, glucose, total protein and triglyceride) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) were tested using spectrophotometer and estimated the correlation with the age of puberty. All above parameters were estimated biweekly until puberty. Puberty was defined as the 1st ovulation achievement by using Trans-rectal the ultrasound technique which performed every other day. The result of the current study illustrated that age of puberty in Iraqi cross breed Holstein depending on proven by the occurrence of the first ovulation was 4.72 48.4 week at mean value of body weight (BW kg) 234.60 11.14 kg and BCS 2.65 0.10. There was significant correlation (p<0.05) between age of puberty and mean body weight and body condition score. The glucose concentration did not change significantly with the increasing animal age, whereas the triglyceride concentration was decreasing as the animal approaches puberty. The concentration of cholesterol, total protein and ALP were increasing as the animals approach puberty age. The present study demonstrated a significant correlation (p<0.05) between the age of puberty with the concentration of total protein and ALP only
Optimization of a Composite Drive Shaft by Minimizaton of Sink Mark Defects in Injection Moulding Process published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. G Thasleema Nasreen | Mr. N. Pavan Kumar The purpose of this paper is to present an integrated approach for improving the quality characteristics of the injection molded part (Honda Upper Part) being manufactured at manufacturing industry (Pakistan), where the rejection rate for Honda upper part was on ramp due to sink marks defects. The proposed integrated approach embraces the concept of Design of Experiments (Taguchi Approach) and Response surface design methodology for injection molding process optimization. The Taguchi Method (TM) was used to short list the variables that have significant effects on the sink marks in injection molded parts. Furthermore, the optimization approach of Response Surface Methodology (RSM) was utilized for the experimental research to acquire a prediction model that can be used to optimize injection molding process in terms of fine sink marks reduction. The result shows that the sink marks reduction Predicted by the integration of the Taguchi Method and RSM indeed decreased from 0.0088 (Taguchi' result) down to 0.0080 mm. The empirical results reveal that the integration of the Taguchi Method and RSM could effectively improve the quality. Basically with these experiments, we tried to open the vision of manufacturers and designers regarding the application of integrated RSMTaguchi approach using linear cum interaction regression model with selected parametriclevels setting for the dimensional accuracy of the injection molded part, and thus contributing towards improvement in process' reliability. The integrated approach with regression model for optimization does not only provide theoretical worth to the literature and manufacturersdesigners but can also be applied to different manufacturing industries for quality parts production. Ms. G Thasleema Nasreen | Mr. N. Pavan Kumar"Optimization of a Composite Drive Shaft by Minimizaton of Sink Mark Defects in Injection Moulding Process" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18307.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/18307/optimization-of-a-composite-drive-shaft-by-minimizaton-of--sink-mark-defects-in-injection-moulding-process/ms-g-thasleema-nasreen
Late acute rejection in long-term renal allograft recipients : response to corticosteroid therapy published in

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Dr. Ji Shu - Ming Objective: The purpose of this stusy was to investigate clinical profile and course and outcome of late acute rejection episodes in cadaveric donor renal allograft recipients. Methods: We prospectively monitored clinical data and renal function at monthly intervals in 440 patients who had received renal allograft transplants at our institution. All had functioning allograft for 1 year or longer. Eighty-three cases of late acute rejection in our center have been clinically observed and analyzed in this study. Results: During a mean follow-up period of 43.6(range 13- 64) months,83 patients(18.9%) developed late acute rejections. Of these 83 late acute rejections, as many as 87.9% showed a respone to antirejection therapy with high-dose steroids:23(27.7%) a complete respone and 50(60.2%) a partial response. The response rate was 100% if it was the first acute rejection(35.2% complete and 64.8% partial),81.0%, if it was the second (19.1% complete and 61.9% partial),and no or only a partial response to treatment if it was the third acute rejection episode. Following antirejection therapy,17 of acute cellular rejection (54.8%) were reversed completely,a partial response was obtained in 14(45.2%). Forty-tow patients showed histological features of acute cellular rejection plus chronic rejection. Of these,6(14.3%) were reversed with antirejection therapy, a partial response was obtained in 34(81.0%),and no response in 2(4.8%).Ten rejection showed histological evidence of chronic rejection. Of these, only 2(20.0%) had responded partially to antirejection therapy;8(80%) did not respond.On long-term follow-up, patients who had responseed to antirejection treatment had a significantly better graft survival as compared with nonresponding patients:72.0 and 23.0%, respectively. Conclusion: Renal histology provides valuable diagnostic and prognostic information in the management of patients with late allograft rejection. The chances of a response to antirejection therapy are higher during the first episode of late acute transplant rejection as compared with a second or a third late rejection event.
DEFINING THE PERSONAL, LONG-TERM OBJECTIVES OF MEDICAL STUDENTS, VALENCIES AND SELF-CONCORDANCE OBJECTIVES published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Maria ROMAN1, Iuliana Laura FERARIU2, Ticu CONSTANTIN3 , Carmen STADOLEANU4, Vasile BURLUI4 The study analyzes the relations between the manner of defining long-term objectives and the extent of their realization (academic success/failure) in the medical students of the Apolonia University of Ia?i. The investigation was developed on a group of 181 medical students of the first (Ist and IInd) years of study. For defining the long-term individual objectives, 1,267 concepts, such as: professional objectives, personal development objectives and leisure objectives, have been analyzed. The valence of the objectives was expressed as confrontation/offensive, avoidance/ defensive and neutral-type objectives. In the first stage of the evaluation, the variables considered in the analysis of objectives incidence were: age, gender of subjects and mean values of school scores. The results obtained agreed with the proposed hypotheses, according to which, comparatively with older students, the younger ones are oriented towards professional objectives of confrontation type. In a similar manner, comparatively with the less appreciated students, those with good professional results prefer professional objectives of confrontation type. Keywords: extended model of self-concordance scope objective, professional- personal development, leisure-type objectives, confrontation/offensive, avoidance/ defensive and neutral-type valencies
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Sunsilk Shampoo and Levels of Satisfaction in Rural Areas: an Empirical Study in Anand District published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Manubhai I Parmar Shampoo consumption in India is on rise in the last couple of decades. It is not confined to only urban masses but the rural areas have become attractive pockets for this personal care product. Thanks to wider media coverage and changing demography of rural masses that many well-known brands of shampoo have received convincing place in rural markets. Many shampoo brands have successfully crated loyalty among village consumers. This scenario is consistently improving further. This present study attempts to measure customers opinions in villages with respect to Sunsilk brand.
EVALUATION OF IN VITRO FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF TEPHROSIA PURPUREA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gayathri Devi S1*, Sabna K A2, Mary Shoba Das C3 Free radicals are created when cells use oxygen to generate energy. Radical scavenging activities are very important due to the deleterious role of free radicals in biological systems. The present study was aimed to investigate the in vitro free radical scavenging activity ofaerial parts of Tephrosia purpurea extracts such as petroleum ether, methanol, ethanol, chloroform, acetone and aqueous. The in vitro free radical scavenging activities of the extracts were assessed against DPPH radicals, inhibition of in vitro lipid peroxidation, superoxide, nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide radicals. Methanolic extract of Tephrosia purpurea contribute a higher DPPH scavenging activity (66 per cent), ethanol 77 per cent and methanol 73 per cent. The inhibition of in vitro lipid peroxidation activity of the extracts was found to be good. Acetone, ethanol and methanol extract of Tephrosia purpurea was found to have significant antiradical effect towards superoxide, nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide radicals. A strong nitric oxide inhibiting activity was found to be exhibited by ethanol and acetone extracts. Based on the results, it can be concluded that the aerial parts of Tephrosia purpurea have great potential of free radical scavenging activity.
Commutativity Theorems on Near-Rings With (?,?)Derivation published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sudhakar Yadav, Vishal Kumar Yadav, Rohit Kumar Let N be a 3-prime right near ring and be a -derivation such that , where is an automorphism. In this paper we investigate commutativity of right near ring with help of -derivation on Jordan ideal in -prime near ring.
Literary translation universals: a psycholinguistic study of the novice translators common choices published in

East European Journal of Psycholinguistics

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

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Juliana Conceio Moreira This paper proposes clarifying that - a hermeneutical - philosophical study of Plato's Phaedo dialogue enables us to capture the ethical dimension involving his philosophy. To this end, we will have as protagonist Socrates and his perspective on death. Plato proposes an ethical conception that maximizes the values linked to knowledge and founded a new interpretation of human existence. Let us try here to explain and systematize what is the attitude of Greek philosophy, not far from a philosophical praxis. This mention of Socratic - Platonic dialectics search, will be the thesis of the philosophical exercise par excellence, developed in Phaedo, leads to better live life and therefore, above all, points us to a distinct reflection on death.
Remaining Useful Life Prediction of Lithium-ion Battery Degradation for a Hybrid Electric Vehicle published in

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Nabil Laayouj and Hicham Jamouli Prognostic activity deals with prediction of the remaining useful life (RUL) of physical systems based on their actual health state and their usage conditions. RUL estimation gives operators a potent tool in decision making by quantifying how much time is left until functionality is lost. In addition, it can be used to improve the characterization of the material proprieties that govern damage propagation for the structure being monitored. RUL can be estimated by using three main approaches, namely model-based, data-driven and hybrid approaches. The prognostics methods used later in this paper are hybrid and data-driven approaches, which employ the Particle Filter in the first one and the autoregressive integrated moving average in the second. The performance of the suggested approaches is evaluated in a comparative study on data collected from lithium-ion battery of hybrid electric vehicle. Keywords: Remaining useful life; prognosis; Particle Filter; ARIMA
Crop Combination Regions in Karnataka With Special Reference to Major Edible Oilseeds published in

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Dr. S.S.Motebennur The study of crop combination regions constitutes an important aspect of agricultural geography as it provides a good basis for agricultural regionalization. The crops are generally grown in combinations and it is rarely that a particular crop occupies a position of total isolation from other crops in a given area unit at a given point of time. The distribution maps of individual crops are interesting and useful for planners, but it is even more important to view the integrated assemblage of the various crops grown-in an area unit. For example, the demarcation of India into the rice region or wheat region does not explain the agriculturally significant fact that very often the wheat region also has a rice crop and vice versa, or wheat is often grown with gram, barley, mustard, lentil and peas. For a comprehensive and clear understanding of the agricultural mosaic of an agro-climatic region and for the planning and development of its agriculture, a sys-tematic study of crop combinations is of great significance.
Effect of dates of sowing and fertilizer levels on growth and yield of garden cress (Lepidium sativum L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G. SARASWATHI* AND K.M. VIDYA1 Afield experiment was conducted,with 3 dates of sowing as main plot treatments and 5 levels of fertilizer as sub plot treatments in split plot design with three replications, at the Department of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Kittur Rani Channamma College of Horticulture, Arabhavi, University of Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot during October 2010 to February 2011. Maximum plant height, more number of branches and leaves, higher dry matter production per hectare, maximum seed yield per plant and seed yield per hectare, were recorded when garden cress was sown on 1st November and supplied with 80:80:30 kg of NPK/ha (D2F4), under northern dry zone of Karnataka.
DESARROLLO DE LA ARGUMENTACIN ESCRITA EN DOS GRUPOS DE ESTUDIANTES DE FONOAUDIOLOGA DE UNIVERSIDADES COLOMBIANAS published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Nora Aneth Pava Ripoll, Olga Luca Ocampo Gmez, Olga Patricia Bonilla Marqunez Introduction: In a qualitative study, of hermeneutic assessment, the authors structured a proposal to develop argumentative writing skills in University students. In Colombia, the more relevant difficulties in the construction of argumentative essays were determined and the subjective aspects for the construction of those written assignments were taken into account. Methods: Based on the didactic functional and procedural approaches defined by Hctor Perez Grajales to work on the written expression. Results: We found that 67% of the essays from the Catholic University of Manizales and 50% of the essays from the Universidad del Rosario students were considered of good quality. The participants understood the importance of planning essay construction and identified the essential aspects and procedures of that planning. Conclusion: They also understood the value of the self-correcting and recognized their improvement on their writing skills from this process. Students affirmed that those learning processes will be useful to give coherence and cohesion to their writings and to identify clear parameters when correcting documents. They also emphasized the applicability of these concepts in their professional formation. The initial proposal was enriched through this experience and it could be applied with other groups of students at the University level.
Consumer Reactions to Attractive Service Providers: Approach or Avoid? published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Lisa C Wan, Robert S Wyer, Jr. Consumers often interact more effectively with physically attractive service providers, resulting in greater consumer satisfaction and stronger purchase intentions (e.g., Ahearne, Gruen, & Jarvis, 1999). The present research qualifies this assumption, however. We find that attractive service providers can sometimes lead consumers to have self-presentation concerns, that is, concerns about their ability to make a good impression on others (Leary, Nezlek, Downs, Radford-Davenport, Martin, & McMullen, 1994). Research on impression management (Leary & Kowalski, 1990) suggests that people are generally motivated to make a favorable impression on attractive others and that their inability to accomplish can create anxiety (Leary, 1986; Schlenker & Leary, 1982). This suggests that when a provider’s physical attractiveness elicits self-presentation concerns, it might have a detrimental effect on their purchase decisions. This concern can be activated by consumption of embarrassing products. We predicted that when consumers’ self-presentation concerns are heightened, they often avoid interacting with physically attractive providers and so the providers are relatively ineffective. The processes that underlie this effect are likely to depend on whether the consumer and provider are the same or the opposite sex. That is, the self-presentation concerns that are stimulated by exposure to an attractive opposite-sex provider are sexually driven, whereas the concerns activated by an attractive same-sex target are a result of social comparison processes. Nevertheless, their effects on provider effectiveness are similar. We investigated these conditions in two studies. Study 1 confirmed that consumers’ avoidance of an attractive opposite-sex provider depends on their self-presentation concerns and these concerns are activated by characteristics of the consumption situation itself. Study 2 demonstrated similar effects when the attractive service provider was of the same sex rather than the opposite sex.
An Improved Cryptographic Method in Watermark Encoding published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Marius Rogobete, Ciprian R Cuciu The actual cryptographic process used to encode/decode hide watermarking message is using a classical flowchart, based on a private cryptographic key applied, together with the watermarking message, on a cryptographic algorithm. The encoded message resulted is embed into DCTs coefficients, for JPEG format or into pixels LSB, for bitmap format. The new proposed method computes two keys from the primary, private key. In addition, the watermarking message is dividing in two sub-messages, and every sub-message is encode with a particular key and a different encoder. Every encoded message is write in different coefficients (one into coefficients with odd indexes, and the second into coefficients with even indexes). In this way, the robustness against force attack is increasing significant, and the invisible watermark becomes more efficient on the host image protection.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KEY REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF DOSSIERS TO USFDA, WHO, SINGAPORE (ASEAN) WITH EMPHASIS ON APPROVAL OF GENERIC DRUGS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. Sai Swetha*, Dr.N.Srinivas The regulatory requirements of various countries of the world vary from each other. Therefore, it is challenging for the companies to develop a single drug which can be simultaneously submitted in all the countries for approval. The role of the regulatory authorities is to ensure the quality, safety, and efficacy of all medicines in circulation in their country. Background: The purpose of the present study was to compare dossier requirements of different countries like USFDA (United States Food and Drug Administration), WHO (World Health Organization) and ASEAN. Methods: Collection of the following dossier format of USFDA (United States Food and Drug Administration), WHO (World Health Organization) and ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nation) Identifying the critical and major differences among those three dossiers related to technical document. Comparison of common technical document for those critical and major differences among three countries (USFDA, WHO & ASEAN) Results: After pooling all the information and data that was collected in due course of time of the research, was made into comparative chart format where it is shown that among group of countries (like WHO, ASEAN) and also these guidelines were compared with regulated market USFDA. It was found that, there was less harmonization and various differences in dossier requirements. Discussion: Regulations may create costs as well as benefits and may produce unintended reactivity effects, such as defensive practice. Efficient regulations can be defined as those where total benefits exceed total costs. Regulatory reviews and communication with the applicants will be facilitated by a standard document of common elements. In addition, exchange of regulatory information between Regulatory Authorities will be simplified. Conclusion: Regulation creates, limits, or constrains a right, creates or limits a duty, or allocates a responsibility. Regulation can take many forms: legal restrictions promulgated by a government authority, contractual obligations that bind many parties, self-regulation by an industry such as through a trade association, social regulation, and co-regulation, third-party regulation, and certification, accreditation or market regulation.
ABOUT THE ROLE OF ETHNONYMS IN THE ONOMASTIC LANGUAGE SYSTEM published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anorgul Jumaniyazovna Atajanova The articl deals with role of ethnonyms in the onomastic language system.
TREATMENT OF LANDFILL LEACHATE BY MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR AND ELECTRO FENTON PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Minimol Pieus T., P.A. Soloman Land filling is one of the least expensive methods for disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW). Hence about 90% of MSW is disposed in the open dumps and landfill unscientifically, creating problem to public health and the environment. The leachate generated from the municipal landfill contains organic and inorganic pollutants, which make it unsuitable for discharge in natural bodies without any prior treatment. Advanced oxidation process (AOPs) are promising methods to treat effectively the recalcitrant substances present in landfill leachate. Among APOs fenton process is considered the most promising treatment for remediation of highly contaminated water. In this study electro fenton pretreated landfill leachate was treated by membrane bioreactor process and then post treated by electro fenton process. The pretreated values of parameters were taken from previous studies which has BOD/COD ratio 0.39. Membrane bioreactors have proven quite effective in removing organic and inorganic contaminants as well as biological entities from waste water. In MBR the membrane arrangement consist of hollow fiber membrane module having pore size of 0.1µm. After MBR process, the effluent quality did not meet the general Standards for discharge of environmental pollutants. But after post treatment all the parameters have met the relevant Indian standards for discharge as irrigation water and all the parameter except BOD and sulphide have met the relevant Indian standards for discharge in to inland surface water.
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF SOLID HAZARDOUS WASTE POLLUTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Hitendra J. Jani* The article is to discuss the methods for evaluating the quality of the environment available. The need Assess the quality of the insurer's what contaminant concentrations resulting environmental hazardous waste specific Site BE does not exceed acceptable levels, to protect public health and the ecosystem. But the study of Site monitoring of hazardous waste is to characterize the sound of pollution of air, soil and groundwater in sufficient detail to facilitate pouring Way Appropriate management of the site. Field studies involving the measurement of biological parameters physical, chemical and that basement control and transport ambient air contaminants at the site. An important factor in understanding and characterize the hydrological flows and local self Regional reported the frequency of sampling of groundwater and surface water. Detailed analysis of the soil, groundwater and air, to implement what is all parameters are in Analytics Prescribed limit.
Standardization of recipe for sweet orange and kokum blended RTS beverage preparation and storage published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.N. BYANNA* AND I.N. DOREYAPPA GOWDA1 Investigation was carried out to standardize the recipe for preparation of sweet orange and kokum blended RTS beverage at processing laboratory in the Division of Post Harvest Technology, Indian Institute of Horticulture Research, Bengaluru from November, 2008 to June, 2009. Six treatments including control viz., sweet orange and kokum juices blended in the ratios of 97:3 , 95:5 , 92:8 , 90:10 , 88:12 and 100:0 (Control) respectively. In all the treatments, 15 per cent juice, 150 Brix and 0.3 per cent acidity was maintained and these were stored upto 180 days at ambient conditions. Among treatments, significantly highest TSS of16.630Brix, pH 3.24, titratable acidity 0.34 per cent, reducing sugars of 12.27 per cent, non-reducing sugars of 1.57 per cent, total sugars 13.32 per cent, ascorbic acid of 6.17 mg/100 g antioxidant activity of 21.47 mg/100 ml and non-enzymatic browning of 0.192 (at 440 nm) were recorded in RTS beverage of sweet orange and kokum blended juice ratios of 90:10, 97:3, 88:12 ,95:5 , 90:10 , 95:5 , 95:5 , 88:12 and 88:12, respectively.During storage period, the TSS, acidity, reducing sugars and non-enzymatic browning were increased while pH, total sugars, non-reducing sugars, ascorbic acid and antioxidant activity were decreased. Sweet orange and kokum at the ratio of 88:12 of 15 per cent juice, 150Brix and 0.3 per cent acidity was found to be best in sensory evaluation. The colour, consistency, flavour and over all acceptability scores were decreased from 0 days to 180 days of storage. Sweet orange and kokum blended RTS beverage had storage stability upto 6 months.
Muhammed Uleyş - Şer'î Delillerle Ehli Sünnet Akâidi published in

Tasavvur / Tekirdag Theology Journal

Published by Tekirdag Namık Kemal University Faculty of Theology
Vezir HARMAN Eser Muhammed Uleyş 'in "Takribu Akaidis Seniyye bi Edilletiş Şeriyye" "Şer'î Delillerle Ehli Sünnet Akâidi" adlı eserin çevirisinden oluşmaktadır.
Computer Simulation of Transitional Performance of an Engine During Curvilinear Motion of MotorVehicle in Intersection published in

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Ivanka Moneva A comparative analysis of the effect of mathematical models of transitional performances in internal combustion engines upon the change of motor-vehicle dynamic and kinematic parametres is done in this study. A mathematical model of transition performance by the change of the effective engine moment and a mathematical model of transition performance by the change of fuel supply versus time are presented. The operation of engine and motion of motor-vehicle are presented through a system of differential equations that is solved by the means of programme product MATLAB. The results of the numerical experiments are shown graphically.
Anxiety Level of Basketball Players - Pre, During and Post Competition published in

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Malkeet Kaur, Vijay Kumar, Annu, Pradeep Sharma, Naresh The objective of this study was to assess the tendency of anxiety at different time of a competition. For this purpose, 30 male inter collegiate basketball players from S.G.B. Amravati University were selected. The age range of the participants was 18-23yrs.The Sports Competitive Anxiety Test (SCAT) was administered to obtain responses from the participants at different time of competition i.e. Pre, during and post competition. Apart from descriptive statistics, ANOVA was applied to assess the differences among pre, during and post competition responses taken from subjects. It was found that mean anxiety level among the basketball player differs significantly as the mean difference value in between pre -competition and during -competition (DM=3.34), Pre- competition and post competition (DM=1.36) and Duringcompetition and post competition (DM=1.36) are greater than the critical difference value of 0.043. On the basis of the result found, following conclusions were drawn: It has seen that a moderate level of Anxiety is best for the acquisition & performance of motor skill. Level of anxiety either too high or low tends to decrease the performance of a player. Anxiety is natural part of the competition in a player or Athlete.
Management of Chilli Anthracnose by the Biopreservative Effect of Lactic Acid Bacteria published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Vinamratha Patilkulkarni, K S Jagadeesh, Shamarao Jahagirdar The biopreservation of fruits and vegetables using lactic acid bacteria is an innovative approach that helps in long term storage and improvement of the quality of the produce by minimizing the effect of storage fungi on perishables. In this study, Lactic Acid Bacterial (LAB) isolates were screened against Colletotrichum capsici Syd., causing anthracnose in chilli. The isolates LAB 75 and LAB 82 were more promising in inhibiting the growth of the fungus. In the in vivo assays, LAB 75 was more effective in reducing the severity of anthracnose disease on chilli fruits, under challenge inoculated conditions. Spraying with LAB 75 on to chilli fruits resulted in a lower per cent disease index (25.13 PDI) when compared to 59.36 PDI in the pathogen control after six days of challenge inoculation, accounting to about 60 per cent decrease in PDI. Further, the LAB population was the highest on chilli fruits in this treatment (300x104 cfu1 g). Thus, LAB 75 proved its potential to be used as a bio-preservative of chilli fruits by effectively managing anthracnose of chilli.
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 .
RECENT APPROCHES SOLUBILITY AND DISSOLUTION ENHANCEMENT OF ATORVASTATIN: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohmed Zameerruddin, *Kishor R. Rajmalle, Jadhav S.B., Kadam V.S., Bharkad V.B. A drug should be present a soluble state before produce its therapeutics effects however in now a day in market 40% drug are poorly soluble in water. such a drugs poorly dissolution and absorption rate in gastrointestinal tract which majorly irregular bioavailability .a various solubilization techniques are used. solubility is most important role in targeting a desired plasma concentration of drugs. Hence we are study in this review a different techniques used for solubility enhancement like solid dispersion, smedds, inclusion complexes, hydrotrpy, liqusolid compact etc. we are discuss about BCS II class hypolipidemic drug atorvastatin. ATC are low aqueous solubility resulting in low oral bioavailability (12%) and thus presents a challenge in formulating a suitable dosage form. now a researcher developed the various methods. we discuss a different technique used for solubility enhancement of atorvastatin. mostly solid dispersion was found to be most used technique by researcher as it provide ease in preparation and efficiency in terms of resolving the solubility and dissolution problems associated with atorvastatin.
Colour fastness properties of tie-dyed cotton fabric with hot reactive dye published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
JYOTI SINGLA, SAROJ S. JEET SINGH, NEELAM M. ROSE AND KRISHNA KHAMBRA Colour fastness of fabric is very important aspect as end use of fabrics depends on this property. A study was conducted to investigate the colour fastness properties of tie-dyed cotton fabric using reactive dye. The tie-dyed samples were evaluated for colour fastness to washing, rubbing, light and perspiration using the methods prescribed by the Bureau of Indian Standards. The fabric was dyed with reactive dye in two dye concentrations i.e., 2 per cent and 4 per cent. In 2 per cent dye concentration, the washing fastness was excellent whereas in 4 per cent it was very good. Sunlight fastness was good in both 2 per cent and 4 per cent dye concentrations. Acidic perspiration fastness was good in both the dye concentrations and alkaline perspiration fastness was very good in 2 per cent dye concentration and it was fairly good in 4 per cent dye concentration. Dry rubbing fastness was excellent in both dye concentrations i.e. 2 and 4 per cent of reactive dye and wet rubbing fastness was very good with both the dye concentrations. The results concluded that colour fastness of the samples dyed with lower percentage gave better fastness than higher percentage indicating that more dye ions hinders the absorption of dye by the fabric
Analysis of Profitability and Financial Health of the Handloom Weavers CoOperative Societies in Karur District published in

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Dr. A. Ramesh The Handloom Sector is one of the largest unorganised economic activities after Agriculture and constitutes an integral part of the rural and semi rural livelihood. Handloom weaving constitutes one of the richest and most vibrant aspects of the Indian cultural heritage. The Handloom Industry in Tamil nadu, with its long tradition of excellence in craftsmanship, occupies a place of eminence in preserving the States heritage and plays an important role in the economy of the State. Both the Central and State governments are consistently pursuing to bring about improvement in the productivity and marketing of handloom sector still it can be seen that weavers are facing severe livelihood crisis. In order to make the industry profitable the issues should be identified, strength and weaknesses should be analysed. The present study on Profitability and Financial health Handloom Weavers Co-operative Societies in Karur District aims at examining the financial activities of the Handloom Weavers Co-operative Societies in the district,
SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES: AN OVERVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Minakshi Sharma * , Chanda Monga, Sakshi Kalra The term “Semantic Web” is often used more specifi cally to refer to the formats and technologies that enable it . These technologies include the Resource Description Framework (RDF), a variety of data substitution formats , and not ations such as RDF Schema and the Web Ontology Lan guage , all of which are intended to provide a formal description of concepts, terms, and relationships within a given knowl edge domain. In the last decade the increasing popularity of the World Wide Web has lead to an exponential growth in the number of pages available on the Web. This huge number of Web pages makes it increasingly dif ficult for users to se nd required information . To enable machines to support the user in solving information problems, the Semantic Web proposes an extension to the existing Web that makes the semantics of the Web pages machine process able. The Semantic Web is well recognized as an effective infrastructure to enhance visibility of knowledge on the Web. The foundation of the Semantic Web is ontology , which is used to unambiguously represent our conceptualizations. Ontology engineering in the Semantic Web is prim arily supported by languages such as RDF, RDFS and OWL. Th is article discusses the requirements of ontology’s in the context of the Web, compares the above three languages with existing knowledge representation formalisms, and surveys tools for managing an d applying ont ology’s
A Novel Framework for Examplar-Based Inpainting published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Rajani .R, Jijina K.Babu In recent years inpainting has an important role in Humors, Entertainment and Improving aesthetic quality of images and video. This research introduces a novel framework for examplar-based inpainting. It can perform by inpainting on a rough version of the input image. A hierarchical super-resolution algorithm is used to recover the missing areas. The advantage of this approach is that it is easier to inpaint low-resolution pictures than high-resolution ones. The gain is both in terms of computational complexity and visual quality. A data term is used to improve the patch propagation. Here also introducing a new coefficient ? for propagating structure components accurately.A video can also be inpainted using this approach.
Chemical Composition of Marine Water fish Varieties published in

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

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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DR.MEERA JACOB, DR. RAMAKRISHNA AVADHANI, DR.BINDHU.S, DR. RANI NALLATHAMBY, DR.MERIL ANN SOMAN Posterior condylar canal is one of the largest and inconsistent emissary foramen in human skull. It can be single or multiple. It transmits posterior condylar vein and branch of ascending pharyngeal or occipital artery. During osteology demonstration class of undergraduate MBBS students, a skull was found to have a double condylar canal on right side .Knowledge of this anatomical variation is utmost important for clinicians,radiologists and anatomists.
Integrated nutrient management in pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) - wheat (Triticum aestivum) cropping sequence in semi arid condition of India published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PRADEEP KUMAR*, RAKESH SINGH1,ARCHANA SINGH, DINESH PALIWAL2 AND SUSHIL KUMAR3 A field experiment was conducted at Raja Balwant Singh College Agricultural Research Farm, Agra during 2009 2010 to evaluate the effect of different fertility levels on the productivity of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) - wheat [Triticum aestivum (L.)] cropping sequence under semi arid condition. The combined application of organic manures and fertilizers had significant and positive effects on productivity of the system. The results indicated that the productivity of the wheat and pearl millet crop can be sustained by the application of balanced use of nutrients to the crops through integration of organic manures and fertilizers. The quality of both the crops in respect of protein, nitrogen and phosphorus and potash utilization increased significantly with conjoint use of organic manures and inorganic fertilizers
Symmetric Key Generation Algorithm in Linear Block Cipher Over LU Decomposition Method published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
P.Sundarayya | M.G.Vara Prasad In symmetric key algorithm in linear block cipher to encrypt and decrypt the messages using matrix and inverse matrix. In this proposed technique generate lower and upper triangular matrices from the square matrix using decomposition. In encryption process, the key is a lower triangular matrix and decryption process, the key is upper triangular matrix under modulation of the prime number. We illustrate the proposed technique with help of examples. P.Sundarayya | M.G.Vara Prasad"Symmetric Key Generation Algorithm in Linear Block Cipher Over LU Decomposition Method " 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/ijtsrd90.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-security/90/symmetric-key-generation-algorithm-in--linear-block-cipher-over-lu-decomposition-method--/psundarayya-
SYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES USING PLUMERIA RUBRA EXTRACTS AND TO STUDY ITS ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Hana Sarah Haseeb And Justin Packia Jacob.S* Silver nanoparticles have found applications in catalysis, optics, electronics and other areas due to their unique size-dependent optical, electrical and magnetic properties. Currently most of the applications of silver nanoparticles are in antibacterial/antifungal agents in biotechnology and bioengineering, textile engineering, water treatment and silver-based consumer products. In this study, silver nanoparticles were successfully prepared from AgNO3 using Plumeria rubra extract. The products were characterized by FTIR (Fourier-transform IR) and SEM (Scanning electron microscopy) analysis. The size of the spherical silver nanoparticles was found to be in the range of 70.2 to 127.2 nm. The results revealed that AgNP is an effective broad- spectrum antimicrobial agent, which exhibited an effective antibacterial property.
Histopathology of Retinoblastoma: a Study of 35 Cases published in

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Dr.Charu Meenakshi, Dr. R. N. Gosai AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To study the various demographic and histopathological features of Retinoblastoma in specimens submitted after enucleation and to compare the obtained results with relevant data from previous studies. MATERIAL AND METHODS: 35 cases with histopathological diagnosis of retinoblastoma were included in the study. Data related to age at the time of enucleation, sex, laterality, tumor size, choroidal, scleral, vitreous and optic nerve invasion, extra ocular spread, tumor differentiation and presence of necrosis and calcification was obtained. OBSERVATIONS: The median age of enucleation in patients was 22 months, (mean 30.9 months) ranging from 3 months to 107 months. 22 (62.85%) children were males with M:F ratio 1.69:1. Unilateral Retinoblastoma was found in 74.28% of cases. Necrosis (77.14%), Choroidal invasion (68.57%) and Differentiation (65.71%) were the most common Histopathological findings.Vitreous seeding was seen in 42.85% and Scleral and Optic nerve invasion in 40% each.Extra ocular spread and Optic nerve invasion to line of transection was seen in 14.28% and 8.57% respectively. CONCLUSION: Retinoblastoma is the most common intraocular tumor of childhood and it is important that attention be given to the details of the histopathological report in Retinoblastoma, particularly optic nerve invasion, extra ocular spread, scleral and choroidal invasion to determine post-enucleation therapy and prognosis.
DEVELOPMENT OF THEORETICAL BASES OF REGULATION TERRITORIAL AND SECTORAL RELATIONS 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�
Vladimir Gerasenko The content of the concept of territorial and sectoral regulation of relations in the region, including its general provisions, objectives, principles, mechanism of regulation of territorial and sectoral relations, methodological basis of zoning and monitoring of socio-economic development of the region. It reflects the integration processes that contribute to solving problems regulation territorial and sectoral relations. Block is scheduled events requiring urgent solutions in the framework of the proposed regulation, the concept of territorial and sectoral relations in the region. Purpose: Formation of the mechanism of sustainable development in the region through improved regulation territorial and sectoral relations. Methodology: the concept of regulation of territorial-industrial relations, which are the basic elements of organizational and economic mechanism of the region and the methodological basis of zoning and monitoring of socioeconomic development of the region. We used multivariate analysis methods in the study of regional differentiation. The results: Got development of the theoretical foundations of regulation of territorial-industry relations in the region. Application of results: improving the efficiency of social and economic management of regions. Keywords: territorial and industrial relations, organizational and economic mechanism of regional management, sustainable development of the region, zoning and monitoring of socio-economic development of the region, multivariate hundred-statistical analysis, cluster analysis, of committee analysis, analysis of variance, correlation and regression analysis, development index human potentials la factors of human development.
Comparative Design of Offset Strip Plate Fin Heat Exchanger for Maximum Heat Transfer Co-Efficient Using Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm With Different Design Co-Relation. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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B. B. Kuchhadiya, Dr. P. P. Rathod Heat exchangers are devices that facilitate heat transfer between two fluids at different temperatures. Heat transfer coefficient maximization is one of the important objective for thermal design of heat exchanger. This study explores the use of particle swam optimization (PSO) for thermodynamic design optimization of cross flow plate-fin heat exchanger. Maximization of heat transfer co-efficient is considered as an objective function for specific heat duty requirement of late-fin heat exchanger. Seven design variables such as heat exchanger length, fin frequency, number of fin layer, lance length of fin, fin height and fin thickness are considered for optimization. Design correlation proposed by Maiti-sarangi, Joshi-Webb and Manglik-Bergles are considered for the design optimization. An application example is also presented to demonstrate the effectiveness and accuracy of the proposed method.
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.
DIAGNOSIS OF HEART DISEASE USING GENETICALLY OPTIMIZED NEURAL NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Shiva Shrivastava*1 & Neeraj Mehta2 Cardiovascular diseases are a major public health problem and are expected to continue to be in the future due mainly to population aging; In Spain, represent the leading cause of death and hospitalization. The three most important cardiovascular problems, ischemic heart disease, cerebrovascular disease and heart failure are based on the large epidemiological studies.This paper proposes Genetically optimized Neural Network technique for heart disease prediction. Performance of proposed approach is evaluated using confusion matrix plot.
Coelomic Fluid of Earthworm (Eudriluseugenieae) as Antibacterial Agent Against Vibrio Alginolyticus and Staphylococcus Hominis published in

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Padmashree Kulkarni,Prof. GeetaKaicker, Dr. Radha D. Kale Coelomic fluid (CF) of earthworm Eudrilus eugeniae was collected and its antibacterial activity was tested against two strains of bacteria Vibrio alginolyticus and Staphylococcus hominis procured from IMTECH, Chandigarh. The gut of the earthworm was cleared by feeding on filter paper and CF was collected by chemical method. Dilution assay, agar dilution assay, disc diffusion assay and agar diffusion assays were carried out to test the antibacterial activity. Results indicate the suppression of growth of both the strains of bacteria. However, response of S. hominiswas better than that of Vibrio. Dilution assay proved to be the most sensitive method for antibacterial comes in direct contact with CF during the assay
Relationship Between Retinal-Renal Complications Among Type 2 Diabetic Subjects in India published in

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Dr.Vijay Viswanathan Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between retinal-renal complications among type 2 diabetic subjects in India. Subjects and Methods: A total of 502 subjects with type 2 diabetes who underwent Fundus Photography and Fundus Fluorescein Angiography (FFA) for diabetic retinopathy (DR) and 24hr urinary creatinine clearance (Crcl) test for diabetic nephropathy (DN) on the same day were included in this analysis. They were divided into groups based on the severity of retinopathy and Crcl values. Out of 502 subjects, 272 subjects had subsequent follow-up details spanning 22 months. Anthropometric, haemodynamic and biochemical details at baseline and follow-up and mortality details were recorded. Results: The mean Crcl values decreased significantly with increasing severity of DR (p<0.001). The percentage of subjects with non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy also decreased with decreasing Crcl. In the follow-up data, severity of DR increased compared to baseline as per stages of Crcl. There was a decline in survival when both the complications are present. Number of subjects who died was high at severe stages of these complications. Crcl was significantly associated with declining status of both the complications. Conclusions: The degree of diabetic retinopathy and severity of diabetic nephropathy showed significant asso-ciation among type2 diabetic subjects Keywords: Diabetic Nephropathy; Diabetic Retinopathy; Type2 Diabetes; India
The Concept of Triple Bottom Line Reporting and Indias Perspective published in

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Akanksha Jain Corporate responsibility reporting has beenslowly and steadily evolving over the last 20 years, once seen as a moralobligation to society, is now been recognizedas a business imperative. Today, companies are increasingly demonstrating that CSR reporting provides financial value and drives innovation, reflecting the old adage of what gets measured gets managed. During the mid-1990s, John Elkington, to measure sustainability, phrased a new conceptcalled the Triple Bottom line (TBL). This concept went beyond the traditional measures of profits, return on investment, and shareholder value to include environmental and social dimensions. While Sustainability had always been a goal for businesses, nonprofit organizations and governments, yet measuring the degree to which an organization is being sustainable, or pursuing sustainable growth have proven to be quite difficult. Many frameworks were developed overtime in this respect these include Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the AA1000 Assurance Standard, the Corporate Responsibility Assessment Tool (CRAT) etc. these frameworks aims at providing indicators and reports that equip companies to provide evaluations of their TBL performances as well as, the production of indexes for stakeholders to make evaluations of a companys TBL. This study provides a comprehensive view of the concept ofTriple Bottom Lineand throws light on India Inc. with respect to TBL reporting.

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