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ON FIFTH MULTIPLICATIVE ZAGREB INDICES OF TETRATHIAFULVALENE AND POPAM DENDRIMERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V.R.Kulli* A topological index is a numerical parameter mathematically derived from the graph structure. In this paper, we compute the general fifth multiplicative M-Zagreb indices, fifth multiplicative product connectivity index, fifth multiplicative sum connectivity index, fourth multiplicative atom bond connectivity index and fifth multiplicative geometric-arithmetic index of different chemically interesting dendrimers like tetrathiafulvalene and POPAM dendrimers.
Phytochemical and GC-MS studies of Diospyros ferrea (Willd) Bakh. Leaf published in

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Nitya Jeeva Prada P, Vishnu Vardhan Z, Srinivasa Reddy Ch Diospyros ferrea is a small sized tree, belongs to family Ebenaceae. The present study was carried out to analyze the phytochemicals and to characterize the bioactive constituents present in different solvent extracts of Diospyros ferrea leaf using GC-MS. The crude extracts were scanned in the wavelength ranging from 200-1100 nm by using Perkin Elmer Spectrophotometer and the characteristic peaks were detected.10 g of sample is extracted with 30ml Hexane, ethylacetate and methanol separately for GC-MS analysis, filtered in ash less filter paper with 2 g sodium sulphate and extract is concentrated to 1 ml by bubbling nitrogen in to the solution. The results of the GC-MS analysis provide different peaks determining the presence of 40 phytochemical compounds with different therapeutic activities.
Presentation of Kapıcam Nature Park Botanic Garden published in

Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science

Published by Black Sea Publishers
Hacı KALINKÜTÜK, Dilek GÜLER, Özlem GÜLNAR, Ali KIZIL, Ali ABDURAHMANOĞULLARI, Özlem ABDURRAHMANOĞULLARI, Aynur ÖZKAN, Haluk BAŞPINAR The Kapıcam Nature Park is located in the Mediterranean Region, Kahramanmaras Province and the Central District. The area is between 37º 1'20''- 37º 2'46''and eastern longitudes 37º 29'50''- 37º 28'58''through the northern latitudes. Nature Park and General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks due to its natural and cultural resource values, covering the 179-hectare area which is 13 km away from the city center of Kahramanmaras province, the proposal of the General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks with the Ministry's Authority dated 25.09.2008 and number 362, was declared as a park. Kahramanmaras and the people living in the surrounding area, recognizing the plant species in the area, the nature conservation awareness, as well as the promotion and conservation of natural resources were made various arrangements. There are nearly 300 trees and bushes in the park, of which 199 have been diagnosed and other species have been diagnosed. Some of these trees are endemic and are located in tropical plant species that do not grow naturally in Kahramanmaras and Turkey. The Botanic Garden, which is located in the Kapıcam Nature Park, which houses many herbaceous and woody plants, is also an area of interest for botanical enthusiasts. The main tree, which is the main tree of the redheaded tree, has red wood trees, aged 90 to 120 years old. There are also Lauretum (500-975 m) Pinus brutia, Oleaconifer forest zone. Various species of birds such as rabbits, squirrels, reptiles, figs birds and black birds live in the Kapıcam Nature Park. Kapıcam Natural Park is a junction point connecting Gaziantep highway with South eastern Anatolia Region, Adana highway with Mediterranean region, Kayseri highway with Central Anatolia Region and Malatya highway with Eastern Anatolia Region. The tree ponds in the park with a total capacity of four decare contribute to the improvement of the wild life as well as meeting the water need of the plants in the area. The garden departments; Advisory Unit, Medicinal aromatic herb garden, tree artificial ponds with onion plants, baby cared room, nature presentation unit and social facilities. Since the Kahramanmaras Provincial Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks was established, the plants brought from many localities were planted in the garden, coming to the final stage of completion of infrastructure works. Infrastructure and planting studies are still continuing. There are close to 300 plant species planted and grown for various purposes in the garden.
Congenital cervical scoliosis in a Holstein Friesian calf published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Sakhaee E An abnormal vertebral development that results in a lateral curvature of the spine is classified as congenital scoliosis. The type and region of the malformation determines severity of the scoliosis. The name "scoliosis" comes from the Greek word meaning curvature. In November 2012, an 8-day-old male Holstein Friesian calf was referred to the Hospital of Kerman Veterinary Medicine Faculty, Iran. The calf, which weighed approximately 50 kg, had a C -shaped scoliosis that occurred in the neck vertebrae and not associated with trauma, and we did not identify any evidence of trauma or fractures on radiographs. On physical examination, the animal was found to be alert, there is no neurologic damage and breathing difficulties. The rectal temperature and heart rate were 38.9 C and 88 pulses / min, respectively. The natural history of congenital scoliosis plays a vital role in the prognosis and treatment of the defect. Congenital scoliosis presents a major challenge to the Veterinarian as a result of the possibility of a wide variety of primary and secondary abnormalities. These abnormalities develop during fetal life, and thus treatment of these patients often necessitates numerous tests and thorough repetitive examination by the Veterinarian. Keywords: Congenital cervical scoliosis - Calf
Performance Analysis of two Anaphora Resolution System for Hindi Language published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Priya Lakhmani, Smita Singh, Sudha Morwal? One of the challenges in NLP is to determine what entities are referred to in the discourse and how they relate to each other. This is known as Anaphora resolution. Basically there are three main algorithms for anaphora resolution- Hobbs, Centering and Lappin Leass algorithm. This paper presents the comparison of two computational models for resolving anaphora. The first model is based on the concept of Lappin and Leass algorithm and the second model is based on the concept of Centering algorithm. Both of these model works on Hindi language. As Hindi language is quiet complicated with respect to other European languages, there are many factors needed to be considered for resolving anaphora. Our computational models uses Recency factor as a salient factor. An experiment is conducted on short Hindi stories and the comparative result for both the models is summarized. The respective accuracy for both the model is analyzed and finally the conclusion is drawn for the best suitable model for Hindi Language.
THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE EVALUATION COMPETITIVENESS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED CITIES OF BELARUS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Vladimir Gerasenko, Irina Rusak The article describes the theoretical foundations of a system of indicators for assessing the competitiveness of small and mediumsized cities based on the study of foreign experience, proposed factors and criteria for evaluating the competitiveness of small and medium-sized cities of Belarus, which are adapted to the conditions of development of the Republic of Belarus, that will increase the integration potential of small and medium-sized towns.
Induction of Antiproliferative Effect by Diosgenin Through P53 Activation, Bcl-2 Down Regulation and Caspase-3 Modulation Activity in Human Colon Cancer (Caco-2) Cells published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Entissar S. Al Amp Ndash Suhaibani, Nermin A. El Amp Ndash Morshedi Previously, a plant steroid, diosgenin, altered cell cycle distribution and induced apoptosis in human osteosarcoma cell line. The study objective was to investigate if antiproliferative effect of diosgenin was similar for human colon cancer (Caco-2) cell. Moreover, this work focused on the mitochondrial pathway. Cells were incubated with diosgenin concentrations, 60M/L, 80M/L, 100M/L and 120M/L for 72h at 37C and 5%CO2. Diosgenin induced cells death in a dose-dependent manner. Diosgenin-treated cells had an important antiproliferative effect, additionally, a typical characteristics of apoptosis including DNA fragmentation which is caspase-3 dependent with caspase-3 over expression and fall of mitochondrial membrane potential which appeared by Bcl-2 expression down regulating, p53 activation as signal for cell cycle arrest and cytological alterations. Future study will may deal with further investigations of diosgenin possible usages as a new alternative or complementary chemotherapeutic agent for human cancer types specially colon cancer type.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LOWER LEG LENGTH OF LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS AT DIFFERENT LEVEL OF COMPETITION published in

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Dr. Mohammad Muqarram, Dr. Jaswant Singh Yadav The purpose of the present study was to investigate anthropometrical variations among the all India intervarsity, national and state level long distance runners. The study consisted of 227 All India Intervarsity, 131 National and 42 State Long Distance Runners from different levels of competition. The age group ranged from 18 to25 years. Measurements included the lower leg length of all athletes. For measuring the lower leg length. The measuring tape were used. It was found that there is a significant difference between the mean lower leg length of national and state level long distance runners. Where as there is a no difference exists between all India intervarsity and national level long distance runners and also between all India intervarsity and state level long distance runners.
Apos Based Mental Constructs for Learning Mathematics by Ix Standard Students published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Hari Haran. R Generally the students have difficulty in learning mathematics and so as to have direct them to build the most suitable mental structure through their computational brain, APOS strategy is derived. In this experimental study totally 70 IX standard students were purposely selected and allotted equally in two groups control and experimental and the. The pretest post-test tool was implemented. Results predicted that the ICT enabled Tata Interactive system was very much helpful to have more achievement in the experimental group
Sıddık BAYSAL, Kur’an’da ve Tefsirlerde Yönetsel Kavramlar- I Ulu’l-Emr Kavramı, published in

Tasavvur / Tekirdag Theology Journal

Published by Tekirdag Namık Kemal University Faculty of Theology
Murat BIYIKLI Sıddık BAYSAL, Kur’an’da ve Tefsirlerde Yönetsel Kavramlar- I Ulu’l-Emr Kavramı, Bilge Matbaacılık, Ajans ve Reklamcılık, 1. Baskı, Ankara 2016
Experimental Study on Flexural behaviour of Hybrid Fibre Reinforced Concrete with Elastomeric Pads published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
B.R. Harini and P. Elangovan This paper presents the effect of flexural behavior of fibre reinforced concrete with and without elastomeric pads. A total of 6 reinforced concrete beams were cast and tested in the present investigation. Concrete of M20 grade was designed and crimped steel fibres and polypropylene fibres were used in hybrid form. The main variables considered were the volume fraction of (i) Crimped steel fibres viz. 0.25%, 0.5% and 0.75% (ii)Polypropylene fibres viz. 0.75%, 0.5%, and 0.25%. The combination of 0.75% volume fraction of steel fibres and 0.25% volume fraction of polypropylene fibres gave better performance with respect to strength and energy dissipation capacity than the other combinations. The performance of specimens was compared with the control mix without hybrid fibres. Then the behavior flexural member with and without elastomeric pads are compared, they are also compared with conventional specimens with and without elastomeric pads. The results show that the flexural behavior of specimen with fibres and elastomeric pads showed better performance.
Corporate Social Responsibility : A Toolkit of Human Resource Mangement to Sustain Organaisational Development published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rajarajeswari, Mrs. G. Vasuki Human resource professionals have a key role to play to help a company achieve itsCSR objectives. Employee involvement is a critical success factor for CSRperformance. Human resource managers have the tools and the opportunity toleverage employee commitment to, and engagement in, the firms CSR strategy.High performing CSR organizations foster a culture of CSR and fully integrate CSRthroughout their operations, rewarding and incentivizing CSR decisions andinitiatives. Employees prefer to work for organizations aligned with their values; thus,incorporating CSR into the employee brand can enhance recruitment and retention,particularly in tight labour markets.CSR can be applied to the HR toolkit, resulting in a roadmap or pathway for humanresource practitioners to follow who wish to contribute to the achievement of their organizations sustainability and business aspirations, thereby improving social andenvironmental conditions locally and globally. The objective of this paper is to understand the foundational elements that need to be in place to foster a highperformance CSR (corporate social responsibility) organization and develop aframework or roadmap for firms wishing to become a high performing CSRorganization.
Effect of Yogasanas And Pranayama on Cardio Respiratory Variables of College Youths published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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.
The Mode of 3G Mobile Telecommunication Technology in Educational Learning Systems published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Basavaraj S Mammani Mobile phone based educational learning system has the basis of Educational TechnologyCompetency Standards for Teachers, tracing by demand of improving teachers educational technology and with the focusof makingupknowledgeandcapacitybuilding.MobileLearninghasbecomeanotherveryimportantcomplement to the traditional ways of learning after digital learning. The development of the third generationmobile communication technology 3G provides a more adequate technical basis for mobile learning. Thisarticle describes the 3G based mobile learning, where mobile device is used for educational activities. The goal ofthis innovative method is to create flexible teaching solutions, which will enable the accessing of information withall kinds of devices, and to support learning in a variety ofsituations.
Profile of Patients With Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease published in

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Muhammad Shahnawaz, Shehnaz Sher, Sadat Sher Khan and Muhammad Saeed Awan. In the present study microbiological and physico-chemical characteristics of four samples of commercially available apple juices were examined. These samples were Haleeb Just Fruit (Apple Nectar), Nestle Fruita Vitals (Apple Nectar), Olfruite (Apple Power Up) and Tops Pulpy (Apple Drink). All juices were found To have a divers degree of chemical compositions. Acidity was more than the standard acidity. Among the products, TOPS pulpy Juice was found deficient in certain chemical compositions. Besides, all the juices were found free of microbiological contamination as indicated by total viable count (TVC). Similarly , all samples were Found to be free of contamination by coliform bacteria (both total coliforms and fecal coliforms). Yeast and mold were also absent in all the samples. These results show that apple juice brands analyzed in the present report are free of contamination and microbiologically fit for human consumption.
Camptasia Player: A Medium for Effective Teaching published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Deshmukh MA, Kalyankar SD, Chopde SS Camtasia Studio (CS) is a professional quality video production software package designed to capture, edit, interpret and organize moving action of computer screen into a computer video file. It is the ideal piece of software for creating, editing and distributing interactive multimedia video tutorials for any range of computer software applications. The component of CS are adding caption to recorded lectures & power point presentation, create tutorials, visual training materials & use as an assessment tool. Thus by using CS teacher will have the opportunity to create and edit short video snips. CS helps in creating training material or demonstrating a software feature on-line and allows editing newly created video, also to save it in multiple formats. It is one of the desktop recording applications that adapt the work flow by keeping track of on-screen action. It makes the final editing process much easier and quicker.
NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF CAPILLARY TUBE BY REPLACING THE INSIDE REFRIGERANT AND DIAMETER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhinav Kulmitra * , Ajay Kumar Verma The capillary tube used in the mostly in the refrigerant flow control devices. Hence performance of the capillary tube is best for good refrigerant flow. The many researchers had been concluding performance using experimentally, theoretically and analysis based. In this present work analyze the flow analysis of the refrigerant inside a capillary tube for adiabatic flow conditions. The proposed model can predict flow characteristics in adiabatic capillary tubes for a given mass flow rate. In the present work R-22 is replaced by Ammonia refrigerant has been used as a working fluid inside the capillary tube and the capillary tube design is changed straight to coiled capillary, which taken from good literature. The analysis is done in ANSYS CFX 16.2 software. It is observed from the results dryness fraction by using the helical capillary tube (Ammonia refrigerant flow) is better than straight and existing helical capillary tube (R22 refrigerant flow). The best suitable helical coiled design is suggested.
Refugees Right to Education: A Review of International Initiatives by Unhcr published in

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Amit K Kashyap -
PHARMACODYNAMIC HERB-DRUG INTERACTIONS: THE EFFECTS OF AZADIRACHTA INDICA LEAF EXTRACTS ON TWO COMMONLY USED SECOND GENERATION SULFONYLUREAS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sunday Odunke Nduka1, Ajaghaku Lotanna Daniel2*, Emmanuel Emeka Ilodigwe2, Uju Adimorah2, Sonnie Ikechukwu Mbagwu2 The co-administration of A. indica an herb with reported hypoglycermic effect, with antidiabetic drugs is a common practice with little or no concern of possible herb-drug interactions that may affect patients treatment outcomes. We Evaluated herb-drug interactions between A. indica and two second generation sulfonylureas- glibenclamide and glimepiride in streptozotocin induced diabetic animal model. Both immediate drug-extract interactions and 10 days administration of aqueous extract of A. indica prior to co-administration with the drugs were assessed. Diabetes was induced on the animals intraperitoneally using 70 mg/kg streptozotocin. Animals with fasting blood glucose > 160 mg/dl were considered diabetic and grouped for the study. The extract, glibenclamide and glimepiride produced progressive significant (p < 0.05) reductions in blood glucose when administered alone. Co-administration of the extract with glibenclamide produced antagonistic herb-drug interactions that started from 0.5 h of co-administration. Higher antagonistic interactions were recorded with 10 days pre-treatment with the extract prior the administration of the agents. Antagonistic interaction was also reproduced with the extract and glimepiride co-administration similar to that of glibenclamide. Result from this study established for the first time negative interactions between A. indica leave extract and the agents- glibenclamide and glimepiride and as such provides scientific evidence to guide patients and health care providers. However, further investigation is required to elucidate possible mechanism(s) of interaction.
Study the effect of hairy root transformation on rapid growth (growth morphology) of Nepeta cataria in vitro cultures published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

Published by innovational publishers
Nermeen M. Arafa, Ahmed M.M. Gabr, Mona M. Ibrahim, Shevchenko Y., Iryna Smetanska the current study, an efficient protocol for in vitro plant regeneration and genetically transformed root induction by agrobacterium rhizogenes strain A4 was developed. Powerful response for hairy roots induction was achieved using stem explants cultured on co-cultivation half strength MS-medium containing 500 mg/l cefotaxime. Contrary leaf explants does not have any response for hairy roots induction. Maximum shoot number (23.601 2.073) and root number (13.604 1.673) were investigated in the transformed plants with lengths 21.611 2.073 cm and 10.923 0.741cm, respectively. The highest value of hairy growth (1.506 0.104 g) was attained after 15 days of Culture. Hairy root lines were successfully confirmed by PCR using the rolB gene. Collectively, our results demonstrate that we have successfully used the methodology of transformation to induce hairy root culture of N. cataria and facilitate a valuable alternative approach for regeneration a genetically transformed roots.
A Study on Investment Preference and behaviour of Individual Investors in Coimbatore City published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
K. Parimalakanthi and Dr.M. Ashok Kumar This paper aims to find the behaviour of individual investors of Coimbatore city vis-a-vis available investment avenues in the Indian financial markets. The major factors behind an investment are the safety of principal amount, liquidity, income stability, and appreciation. A variety of investment avenues are available such as Savings a/c, FD a/c, Government Securities, Corporate Bonds, Insurance policies, Real estates, Commodities, Shares and MFs, Chit Funds and Gold and Silver. All the investors invest their surplus money in the above mentioned avenues depending on their risk taking attitude. "No pain, no gain" it is the golden principle of investment management. In the developing economic one can earn more and more money. 'More risks' lead to more profits. Investors cannot avoid risks but they can minimize the risk by investing their money in various forms of safe investments so that they can get a moderate profit. This study has led the researcher to conclude that most of the investors of Coimbatore city prefer bank deposits followed by investments in gold and silver.
Quality Management of NH 31 from Etah to Kasganj in U.P. published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pushpendra Singh | Mr. Mohd. Suhail Khan Quality systems entail having the organizational structure, responsibilities, procedures, processes and resources for implementing quality management such that there is a guiding framework to ensure that every time a process is performed the same information, method, skills and controls are used and practiced in a consistent manner. Construction firms have been continually struggling with its implementation. Historically construction has been an industry reluctant to implement change. Consequently, it has remained behind where it should be on the implementation of TQM. When a state highway physical works contract is issued for tender, it will be assessed to determine the quality assurance level. Transit will select the level for the contract using a formula designed to determine the relative complexity of the contract. NH-31 Extension is the newly declared National Highway of this region which starts form Etah to Kasganj. Its length is 97.48 Km. It is an important link road between Mainpuri and Bareilly. International tourist forms different countries commute through this road. It is very important road form cultural, commercial and strategic point of view; so, it has to be kept in good motor able condition. This report is based on a study conducted on NH-31 to identify those factors that hinder the implementation of TQM principles in the actual field operations of a construction jobsite. These inhibitive factors were identified through a literature review and a survey ofNH-31 road. Pushpendra Singh | Mr. Mohd. Suhail Khan"Quality Management of NH 31 from Etah to Kasganj in U.P." 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/ijtsrd17045.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/17045/quality-management-of-nh-31-from-etah-to-kasganj-in-up/pushpendra-singh
Mayas Lonliness and Serch For Self Identity in Anita Desais Novel CRY,The Peacok published in

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Nusaiba. P Cry, the Peacock (1963) is considered as the first step in the direction of psychological fiction in Indian writing in English. This paper attempts to make a passage through the isolated psyche of maya,the central character and seeks the reasons behind her lonliness.The time still relevant in contemporary Indian family circumstances after its publication of more than fifty years.
MATERNAL AND FETAL OUTCOME IN ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE AT NSCB MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITALJABALPUR, INDIA published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Singh AG1*, Ghanghoriya V2 and Chauhan R3 Background: Abruptio Placenta is a major cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality globally and is a serious concern in the developing world. A likely diagnosis and effective interventions are required to improve maternal and fetal outcome. Aim and objectives: To evaluate fetal and maternal outcome in women presenting with Abruptio Placentae at our setup. Material and Methods: The study was carried out in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology NSCB Medical College Hospital Jabalpur from June 2011 to November 2012. All women presenting with antepartum haemorrhage at 28 weeks or more with diagnosed Abruptio Placentae formed the study population. Results: Total 51 cases(1.01% ) of Abruptio placentae were registered during study period. Majority of women were in the age group 20-25 years and were multiparous. Most common risk factor was hypertension. Commonest type was mixed variety in 27(52.9%) Vaginal delivery was commonest mode of delivery in 40(78.3%). Maternal complications were postpartum haemorrhage(4), disseminated intravascular coagulation(2) and renal failure(1). There was 1(1.96%) maternal and 35(68.3%) perinatal mortality. Conclusion: Abruptio Placentae is associated with high rate of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality. Despite advances in medical technology the diagnosis of abruption is still clinical based. Strengthening antenatal care, critical evaluation of high risk factors and effective and timely interventions will help in reducing incidence of AP thereby producing better pregancny outcome.
Comparative Analysis of Traditional Inverter and Z-Source Inverter for PV System published in

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S. Kamalakkannan, Dr. D. Kirubakaran In this paper two different inverters: traditional inverter and Z-source inverter for photo voltaic (PV) system were investigated. Total power of each of these inverters was calculated. For purposes of power comparison the inverters are interfaced with PV system. The input from PV system is given as inputto single input DC-DC converter. The regulated output voltage from DC-DC converter is taken to three phase inverters with load arrangements. The power levels in both the cases are compared through simulation results and they are made known to substantiate the qualities of traditional inverter and Z-source inverter systems for PV system. This comparison shows that the Zsource inverter is very promising for PV system.
Enumeration And Systematic Survey of Plant Species of Family Asteraceae From Sabarmati River of Gujarat State , India. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Bharat B. Maitreya The present research paper deals with enumeration and systematic survey of plant species of family Asteraceae which are observed in the area of Sabarmati river of Gujarat state ,India. Plant exploration was conducted to determine plant species of family Asteraceae .Taxonomic position of these plant species is described in various available Floras .Plant species of family Asteraceae from Sabarmati riverbed riverside area, have been listed systematically which counts 23 species of 21 genera ,These plant species grown mostly as wild, and known as weed plants.
A Study on Perception of Women Investors Towards Investments published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.A. R. KANAGARAJ, N.PRIYANANDHINI, R.VENKATESAN Investment is the application of money for earning more money. Investment also means saving or savings made through delayed consumption. Financial sense of investment is the allocation of monetary resources to assets that are expected to yield some gain or positive return over a given period of time. A sound investment programme can be constructed if the investor familiarized himself with various alternatives available. Moreover general profile of women investors is changing in turn with time. But they are lag in various sphere of investment such as awareness, preference of investment. So an attempt has been made by the researcher to identify the factors influencing investors behavior, evaluation the level of awareness among women investors and to analyses the preference of investors towards various investments outlets.
EVALUATION OF ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC ACTIVITY OF LASIA SPINOSA LEAF EXTRACTS IN SWISS ALBINO MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Nazmul Hasan1, 2, Mita Munshi2, Mohammad Habibur Rahman2, S.M. Nur Alam3, Akinori Hirashima1* Lasia spinosa, locally known as Kohila is a stout, marshy plant with a creeping spiny rhizome. The tender leaves and rhizomes are used as vegetables and recommended for a variety of diseases in Ayurveda medicine. The present study was carried out to determine the anti-hyperglycemic effects of methanolic and ethanolic extracts of leaf of L. spinosa plant in oral glucose tolerance tests compared with standard (glibenclamide) in Swiss albino mice. Different extracts (methanolic and ethanolic) and dosses (200 and 400mg/kg bw-weight) for each extracts were orally administered. The serum blood glucose level was measured by glucometer after 2 h of gaveging of extracts and standard. Significant hypoglycemic activity was observed regarding both of the extracts and dosses compared to control. Both extracts revealed a significant (p<0.001) hypoglycemic activity and the methanolic extract showed the higher inhibitory activity than ethanolic extract. The results of these experiments indicate that the leaf extract of L. spinosa shows potent anti-diabetic activity in mice model.
A Study on Level of awareness of Savings and Investment Avenues of Working Women published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr. K. MOHANA RANJANI Assistant Professor in Commerce, School of Commerce and International Business, Dr. G. R. DAMODARAN College of Science, Coimbatore. 641 014. Abstract Saving and investment are two key macro variables with micro foundations which can play a significant role in economic growth, inflation stability and promotion of employment especially if seen in the context of a developing country. Women represent a growing share of new customers for financial-services companies. Businesses that help these enthusiastic investing along the learning curve will get a piece of the action. Indian women have become more financially independent in the past few decades. They are more likely to earn an income and run a household on their own. They're also getting more involved with the long-term financial planning. As more women become serious investors, they are looking for an education in how to manage their growing stockpiles of money. They are eager students of the financial market too. The present study aims to put on some knowledge about critical factors that influence investment behavior and ways these factors impact investment risk tolerance and decision making process among women teachers, those who are working in Colleges. In the process of literacy review the researcher understood that the earlier studies research in saving and investment behavior had more concentrated on gender-wise behavior pattern of investors.
Comparative Study Of S-Substituted Triazinothiocarbamides In 60%, 70% And 80% Dioxane Water Mixture published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Dipak T. Tayade1 and Ashwini M. Kshirsagar2* In last four decades, S-triazine and thiocarbamide group containing drug create their own identity in the drug, pharmaceutical and medicinal sciences. The Interferometric measurements of recently synthesized drug have been carried out for solutions of 1-(4-hydroxy-6-methyl)-S-triazino-3-phenylthiocarbamide (L1) and 1-(4- hydroxy-6-methyl)-S-triazino-3-methylthiocarbamide (L2) at various concentrations. Hence, density and sound velocity of biologically important substituted triazinothiocarbamides were measured at 30C in 60%, 70% and 80% dioxane-water mixture. The result obtained during this investigation directly through light on the dipole association of compound, intermolecular attraction between solute and solvent, dielectric constant of medium, polarizability and mutual compensation of dipoles, various acoustic/ thermodynamic parameters and useful for drug absorption, transmission, stability, activity and effect of these on drugs which is base of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of any drug. Taking all these things into consideration this research work was carried out.
OBJECT TRACKING AND RECOGNITION FOR REAL TIME VIDEOS USING NAIVE BAYES CLASSIFICATION published in

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KAVITHA.A, K.THULASIMANI Tracking is to match the correspondences between a frame, and objects which are in motion. It is usually performed in the context of higher-level applications that require the location and / or shape of the object in every frame. Typically, assumptions are made to constrain the tracking problem in the context of a particular application. In this i had categorizes the tracking methods on the basis of the object and motion representations. In all the previous works, tracking is only depends on the low level correspondences between frames, but here I had proposed that a tracking is done based on both low and high level correspondences, and the tracked result is feed back into a recognition part to find category of an object it is the final result. Tracking is done based on the detection of the movable objects, its done by Gaussian Mixture Model. Harris Corner is used for tracking and the classification is based on Naive-Bayes Classifier. This paper is works well in a challenging areas like drastic view change, background clutter, and morphable objects, crowd, complex scenes.
EVALUATION OF RENAL AND HYPOGLYCAEMIC ACTIVITIES OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF ERIOBOTRYA JAPONICA FRUITS IN SWISS ALBINO MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sabeeha Shafi* and Nahida Tabassum The present study was undertaken to evaluate the phytochemical constituents, renal and hypoglycaemic effects of the ethanolic extract of the fruits of Eriobotrya japonica, commonly called as Loquat in Kashmir. The renal effects were determined by estimating the kidney function tests i.e., serum urea levels, serum creatinine levels, serum total proteins and serum albumin levels. The hypoglycaemic effects were determined by estimating blood glucose levels. The effects were compared with the normal control swiss albino mice. Histopathology of kidney was also done. The results showed significant hypoglycaemic effects and variable renal biochemical effects. The histopathology of kidney did not show any toxic signs.
A novel Grey Wolf optimization algorithm for optimal DG units capacity and location in microgrids published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Dinakara Prasad Reddy P, Veera Reddy V C, Gowri Manohar T and Chandra Sekhar B Distributed Generator (DG) resources are small electric generating plants that can provide power to homes, businesses or industrial facilities in distribution feeders. By optimal placement of DG we can reduce power loss and improve the voltage profile. However, the values of DGs are largely dependent on their types, sizes and locations as they were installed in distribution feeders. The main contribution of the paper is to find the optimal locations of DG units and sizes. Index vector method is used for optimal DG locations. In this paper new optimization algorithm i.e. Grey wolf optimization algorithm is proposed to determine the optimal DG size. This paper uses three different types of DG units for compensation. The proposed methods have been tested on 15-bus, 34-bus, and 69-bus radial distribution systems. MATLABTM, Version 8.3 software is used for simulation.
Computation and Modeling of the Flux of Gamma Globulin Molecules onto Titanium Surface published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
P. A. Ekwumemgbo1*,J. A. Kagbu1, A. J. Nok2 and K. I. Omoniyi1 Titanium (Ti) is widely employed for various biomedical applications due to its biocompatibility. Studies of ?-globulin adsorption onto Ti are important for the development of biocompatible devices. This work examines the rate of adsorption of ?- globulin onto Ti surface. The plot of ?-globulinadsorption onto Ti versus time shows that the initial ?-globulinadsorption increased linearly with time with the rate constant obtained 0.032min-1 while the correlation coefficient (R2)is 0.9999. The experimental adsorption rate is limited by the availability of ?-globulin molecules at the adsorbing surface, resulting in a situation in which, most ?-globulin molecule that collides with the surface sticks to it. In order to predict the factors that determine the rate of adsorption, the flux of ?-globulin molecules onto Ti surface was computed by developing a model similar to implantation of Ti into the body for the transport-limited of ?-globulin adsorption onto Ti from flowing ?-globulin solution. It was deduced that the rate of this adsorption is determined by the wall shear rate, the diffusivity of ?-globulin and the bulk amount of ?- globulin solution. An adsorption model was developed in order to seek the factors that determine the intrinsic (qualitative) adsorption and desorption rate constants. The experimental adsorption data was likened to a simple ?-globulin adsorption model, which comprises of adsorption and desorption processes. The model incorporated the rate of diffusion through the boundary (unstirred) layer of constant thickness by solving for the Fick's law. It was deduced that the intrinsic adsorption and desorption rate constants of ?- globulin could be defined as (empirical) exponential functions of the amount of ?-globulin onto Ti surface.
Addition Theorems and Nature of Jacobi Hyperbolic Functions published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Parveen Bawa The discovery of elliptic functions emerged from investigations of integral addition theorems. An addition theorem for a function f is a formula expressing f(u+v) in terms of f(u) and f(v). For a function defined as a definite integral with a variable upper limit, an addition theorem takes the form of an equation between the sum of two such integrals, with upper limits u and v, and an integral whose upper limit is a certain function of u and v. In this paper a brief, sketch of addition Theorems related to Jacobi hyperbolic functions and the role which the investigation of such addition theorems has played in the development of theory of Jacobi hyperbolic functions is presented. Also from the addition theorems important results depicting the nature of Jacobi hyperbolic functions are discussed.
Biosensors in food industry published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SABBU SANGEETA, C.S. CHOPRA AND P.K. OMRE In modern food processing plants, the in-line monitoring of processed food has become very important part of factory operations. Sensor technology currently attracts increasing attention as a successor to conventional analytical techniques in the food industry. Food analysis is thus a very challenging field, especially when dealing with the detection of minor components, unwanted toxic heavy metals from soil, herbicides or pesticide residues etc. Detection of such chemicals is very difficult to analyze because these methods are most unfriendly with surroundings and time-consuming while sensor technology is a rapid method. A biosensor is usually a compact analytical device that detects and transmits information pertaining to biochemical reactions. Two primary components consist of a bioreceptor that recognizes a target analyte and a transducer that converts biochemical signals into a quantifiable electrical response. The bioreceptor is a biological or organic material such as an antigen, enzyme, microbe, or nucleic acid. The transducer may assume many forms (such as optical, amperometric etc.) depending on the parameter being measured. Clearly, the term biosensor is used in diverse ways, but generally, a biosensor should respond selectively, continuously, rapidly, specifically, and ideally without added reagent to biological events. A huge variety of biosensors have been invented for food analysis like immunosensor, microbial and DNA biosensors have been reported for analysis of different components in food. Biosensor technology can offer the food industry a new, rapid monitoring and measuring devices whose speed, sensitivity and ease of operation exceed the current methodologies. Potential use of biosensor technologies in coming years in food industries may include proximate analysis, nutritional labeling, pesticide residues, toxins and antinutrients, processing changes, microbial contamination and BOD of biowastes. There are some limitations such as life of bioreceptor that affect the market of biosensor. Therefore, further research is needed for improved performance of biosensors.
Improvement of engineering characteristics of locally available soil mass by use of marble dust published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.P. ARORA, N.K. AMETA, KAPIL K. SAMAR AND K.L. SAMDANI Marble powder is an excellent material for mechanical stabilization of cohesive soil. A need is existed for thorough understanding of outcomes of various engineering tests when the marble slurry is mixed with soil samples. Very few researchers have been attracted by enhancing the soil properties by marble slurry. Use of marble slurry with soil can be a sustainable solution for its disposal.
SOURCES OF SPACE LAW published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Darya Mikhaylovna Kalenichenko With the conquest of space began forming a new branch of modern international law - space law , which is a set of legal principles and norms governing relations between subjects of international law on the implementation of their space activities and defining the legal regime of outer space, the moon and other celestial bodies. Under the space- mean air space outside the sphere of the Earth, which is a thing, withdrawn from circulation, ie not subject to appropriation by any state .
Assessment of Individual Household Waste Generation Quantity in Different Areas of Salem published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
U. Indirapriyadharshini, M. Adhiyaman, R. Santhosh Kumar and S. Venkatesan Around the world as countries are struggling to arrive at an effective regulatory regime to manage the Municipal Solid Waste of Individual Household into their ecosystem. Considering that Individual Household comply with environmental regulations based on the level of enforcement and their ability to spend for Municipal Solid Waste Management, this project endeavours to sketch probable Municipal Solid Waste Management scenarios under various market-enforcement conditions and proposes possible strategies for effective regulatory regime in Salem. A manual survey was conducted through a questionnaire in 15 different areas of Salem district representing different taluks of Salem to account the primary household waste disposal strategy. A structured questionnaire is prepared which interrogates about types of waste generated, amount of waste generated in a home per day and disposal methods, whether compost pit exist or not. In all the 15 areas at different locations around a sample 10 houses were surveyed. The collected data were analyzed thoroughly and profound existing strategies in all the 15 places were found out. This survey is taken for 15 different areas of Salem which are Pannangkattur, R.E.Quarters, Neethipuram, K.Pudur, Sauripalayam, Avarangapalayam, Kannangkurichi, Mullaivadi, Allikuttai, Suramangalam, Udayapatti, Alagapuram, Shevapet, Jagairammapalayam and Narayanapuram.
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FLOATING PULSATILE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM OF METOPROLOL SUCCINATE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Raja*, S. Vijaykumar, R. Anantha kumar and C. Benedict jose The present study deals with develop and evaluation a floating pulsatile drug delivery system (FPDDS) of Metoprolol Succinate intended for chronopharmacotherapy of hypertension. The dry coated system consisting of drug containing core, coated with hydrophilic erodible polymer, which is responsible for a lag phase for pulsatile release, top cover buoyant layer, prepared with HPMC K4M and sodium bicarbonate, provides buoyancy to increase retention of the oral dosage form in the stomach. Metoprolol succinate is a cardio selective ?1-adrenergic blocking agent used for mild to moderate hypertension. Generally in hypertension, the risk of getting heart attacks is just before the walking hours of the patient i.e, early in the morning and therefore the need of antihypertensive is typically felt during morning hours. Hence, the main objective of present work to formulate FPDDS of Metoprolol succinate in ordered to achieve drug release after pre-determined lag phase. Developed formulations evaluated for their physical characteristics, drug content, in-vitro drug release studies, Floating behavior. Results showed that a certain lag time before drug release due to the erosion of the hydrophilic erodible polymer. The lag time clearly depends on the type and amount of hydrophilic polymer which was applied on the inner cores. Floating time and floating lag time was controlled by quantity and composition of buoyant layer.
COMPARISON OF CA-125 LEVELS IN THREATENED ABORTION AND NORMAL PREGNANCIES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Vijaya Manohar Revankar*, Arushi Aggarwal, Revankar G Manohar The aim of the present study was to (i) evaluate the predictive value of serum CA-125 in women with threatened abortions. (ii) to assess the value of maternal serum CA-125 levels in predicting the pregnancy outcome in patients with threatened abortion. The study design is a prospective study from November 2010 July 2012. The study populations includes 23 pregnant women with threatened abortion as cases and 27 pregnant women with normal singleton pregnancy as controls. The cases were subdivided into threatened abortion (12) and threatened ongoing (11). CA-125 levels estimated by ECLIA. CA-125 more than 125 U/ml as taken as the cutoff value out of the 12 patients in the threatened aborted group, 4 patients (33.33%) had serum CA-125 levels > 125 U/ml. In the threatened ongoing group who continued their pregnancy all except one (90%) had serum CA-125 levels < 125 U/ml. Out of 27 patients forming the controls, all had serum CA-125 levels < 125 U/ml. Thus the difference in the maternal serum levels of CA-125 between the viable and the non-variable pregnancies were found to be highly significant statistically (P=0.006). Present study shows a distinct elevation of CA-125 levels in pregnancies destined to be lost. Thus CA-125 levels estimation is a good tool in first trimister threatened abortions.
Occurrence of Nitrate and Fluoride in Groundwater and Their Impact on Mathadi Vagu Basin in Adilabad District, Andhra Pradesh, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kamal Das. K, Muralidhar. M, Sundaraiah. R, Laxman Kumar. D A detailed study was carried out to assess the groundwater quality in Mathadi vagu basin, Adilabad district, Andhra Pradesh, India. The study area lies between North latitudes 1950'48" & 2013'30" and East longitudes 7828'25" & 7858'00" with an area extent of 525 sq. kms. Samples were collected from 37 wells used for domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes. Groundwater samples were collected from these wells during the month of December, 2011 and analyzed for all the major constituents. The samples were collected from the wells located in both phreatic and deeper fractured zones. The analytical results revealed that the groundwater in the major part of the area is highly mineralized with high concentrations of Nitrate and Fluoride. Out of 37 ground water samples analyzed, 31 samples were found to have nitrate concentration more than 45mg/l. The maximum concentration of nitrate in the area is 407.4 mg/l. The concentration of nitrate in excess of the permissible limit i.e., 45 mg/I in drinking water causes methaemoglobinemia, particularly in infants. The concentration of fluoride also exceeded the permissible limit of 1.50 mg/l in 7 percent of the total samples analyzed. Fluoride concentration in excess of 1.5 mg/l in drinking water causes dental and skeletal fluorosis. The highest value of fluoride concentrated in the area is 4.5 mg/l. These two constituents, at very high concentrations, constitute a potential risk for the inhabitants that consume these waters. The occurrence of nitrate and fluoride in the study area, their genesis, and role in metabolism, health effects and the factors controlling the chemistry of these constituents in groundwater are discussed in this paper.
A Study of Association Between Psychiatric Disorders Like Schizophrenia and the Lipid Levels. published in

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Ravi Yadav, Pranay Gandhi, Manju J. Loya Background: Many studies have related low cholesterol with different psychiatric disorders. Hence, we intend to see the possible link between the two. Aim: To study the association between lipid profile and psychiatric disorders. Materials and Methods: Patients attending the civil hospital, Psychiatry clinic in the month of January 2013 and whose lipid profile data before the start of treatment is available. Design: Descriptive study. The patients were classified into Neurotic and Psychotic spectrum after being diagnosed with the psychiatric diseases based on International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition (ICD10) by a Psychiatrist. There lipid profile (Total cholesterol; LDL=Low Density Lipoprotein; HDL=High Density Lipoprotein; TAG=Triacylglycerol) were estimated before the initiation of anti-psychotic treatment. Results: The lipid profile values though showed some statistically significant association between the psychotic and neurotic spectrum, there was no statistical significance between the low lipid profile and different psychiatric diseases.
Comprehensive Anxiety : A Case Study Among the Pupil Teachers in District Jammu. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sarita Nagari Present study has been designed with set objectives to study the anxiety levels among the pupil teachers in Jammu district. Indias improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to the economic rise of India. The private education market in India is merely 5% although in terms of value is estimated to be worth $40- billion in 2008 and will increase to $78 billion by 2012.Though educational system is growing day by day but the teachers teaching in the education department are facing stress, frustration, anxiety. Various efforts are being made by both Central Govt. as well as the state government to provide better facilities to the teacher community but then also they are not satisfied on various fronts, it leads to the raised level of anxiety further resulting into low quality education imparted to the students
An Analytical Study on Present Status of Age-Sex Structure of Nepal published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
BASANTA DHAKAL The primary aim of this paper is to analyze the status of age-sex composition of current population of Nepal on the basis of urban/rural area, ecological belt and development zone. It also tries to compare the demographic indicators of current population with previous censuses. Data are taken from National Population and Housing Census 2011 and Statistical Year Book Nepal 2011. This study finds that the age dependency ratio and child-women ratio are 67.17 and 393.89 respectively in the current population in the country. Similarly, the median age and sex ratio are 21.76 year and 94.16 respectively. This study expects that the findings of this paper may facilitate the planners and decision makers to formulate the population policies and programs for the nation.
Pica among Sudanese children with sickle cell anemia published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Fathelrahman Elawad Ahmed, Hadia Osman Gaboli, Bakhieta Attalla Pica is common in children with sickle cell anemia (SCA). We aimed to determine the frequency of pica and its characterization among Sudanese Children with SCA. This was a case-control, hospital-based study done over 6 months at a central children hospital in Khartoum, Sudan. Children with SCA who presented to the sickle cell outpatient clinic age two years or older without handicap related to diseases other than SCA were enrolled in this study. Apparently healthy preliminary school children with genotype (AA) were enrolled as a control group. Demographic, socioeconomic and clinical data were collected using a questionnaire. Each patient had complete blood count, hemoglobin electrophoresis, serum zinc and serum iron level done. Pica was reported in 102(66.2%) out of 154 study patients. This was significantly higher than that reported in the control group (66.2% vs 40% p 0.001). Common ingested items included clay, ice and coal. More than one item were sometimes ingested. Hemoglobin level was significantly lower and reticulocyte count was significantly higher in those who had pica. Serum zinc was low in all studied patients but was significantly lower in those with pica (p 0.00). Patients with pica were significantly lighter and shorter. Keywords: Pica, sickle cell, anemia, trait, Zinc, iron
The Need for Accessible Breast Cancer Screening Program for the Early Detection of the Cancer: an Assessment in Majmaah Region of Saudi Arabia published in

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Dr. Mohammed Yunus, Dr. Naseeruddin Chowdhary, Dr. Amir Khwaja, Sami Waqas Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women worldwide. Despite its relatively low incidence in Saudi Arabia, breast cancer has been the most common cancer among Saudi women.4 In fact, it is the single leading cause of cancer death for women of 20 to 59 years of age5 , thus posing a major public health concern. It is ranked highest amongst all the malignancies seen in Saudi women, comprising 21.8%9 . It is generally of a high grade, and is locally advanced at the time of diagnosis11. The high incidence of breast cancer in young Saudi women should be addressed by evaluating the roles of early detection and prevention programs6 . It is now well established that early detection provides survival advantages to the women with breast cancer. Mammography, which detects breast cancer at earlier stages, is a major step in reducing the risk of death from this disease. It was estimated to prevent approximately 20% to 40% of all deaths from breast cancer among women undergoing screening mammography12-15. The existing screening program for breast cancer in Saudi Arabia includes mammograms for the women 40 years of age or older6 . In our study, we have evaluated the effectiveness of the prevalent screening/diagnostic program in early detection of breast cancer in the population of Majmaah. This has been a retrospective (5 years) and prospective (one year) study to enable us to assess the goals of early detection. Thereby, the reduction in the overall morbidity and mortality associated with breast cancer can be achieved. Our data also affirms the need of the easily accessible population based screening program to achieve the above goal.
The Ideology of Beauty and Devaluation of the Womankind: A Reading of Contemporary Indian English Fiction published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Jyoti Singh The present study endeavours to read, taking examples from Indian English Novels how the societal beauty standards create an impediment in the psychological wellbeing of women and literally devalue them.
Pollinator Diversity and Relative Abundance of Insect Visitors on Apple Crop in Kullu Hills of Western Himalaya India published in

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V. K. Mattu, Thakur Bhagat Studies on diversity and relative abundance of various insect visitors to apple crop was made by collecting them in different orchards located at Bhalogi (1400 m), Baskhola (1580 m) and Dhamadhar (1810 m) of Kullu hills of Western Himalaya. Insect diversity studies showed that apple flowers were visited by 39 species of insects belonging to 6 orders and 19 families of class Insecta. Of these, 18 species belonged to Hymenoptera, 9 to Diptera, 6 to Lepidoptera, 3 to Coleoptera, 2 to Hemiptera and 1 to order Thysanoptera. Analyses of data on relative abundance of different insect visitors revealed that Indian hive bee, A. cerana was the most abundant insect visitor to apple flowers in all the three experimental orchards i.e. Bhalogi (17.63%), Baskhola (18.21%) and Dhamadhar (20.21%). Other important hymenopterans at Bhalogi, Baskhola and Dhamadhar orchards were European honey bee, A. mellifera (14.93%, 15.97% and 14.51%), Bombus tunicatus (2.04%, 3.09% and 2.53%) and Ceratina simillima (4.19%, 2.40% and 4.21%). Besides, hymenopterans, dipterans also constituted an important group of insect pollinators.
Orta Karadeniz Geçit İklim Kuşağında Silaj Mısır Üretiminde Toprak İşlemenin Enerji Kullanım Etkinliğine Etkisi published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Ebubekir Altuntaş, Engin Özgöz, Serkan Dede Bu çalışmada, Orta Karadeniz Geçit İklim Kuşağında ikinci ürün silajlık mısır tarımında geleneksel toprak işleme sistemi (kulaklı pulluk + kültivatör + dişli tırmık) (G) ve koruyucu toprak işleme sistemi (çizel + dişli tırmık) (K) ile ekim sistemleri olarak düze ekim (D) ve sırta ekim (S) sistemlerinin enerji kullanım etkinliği incelenmiştir. Denemelerde tohumluk olarak TTM-183 silajlık mısır çeşidi kullanılmıştır. Araştırma sonuçlarına göre en yüksek özgül enerji değeri toprak işleme sistemlerine göre geleneksel toprak işlemeli sırta ekim sisteminde (GS, 0.382 MJ kg-1) bulunurken, en yüksek enerji oranı ise korumalı toprak işlemeli düze ekim sisteminde (KD, 15.61) belirlenmiştir. Silajlık mısır üretiminde toplam girdi enerjileri içerisinde en yüksek payı kimyasal gübre enerjisi alırken, bunu yakıt enerjisi ve tohum enerjisi takip etmiştir. Bulgulara göre, Orta Karadeniz Geçit İklim Kuşağında ikinci ürün silajlık mısır tarımında, çizel kullanımlı korumalı toprak işlemeli düze ekim (KD) sisteminin geleneksel toprak işleme sistemine alternatif olarak daha uygun ve enerji kaynakları ve çevre koruma açısından uygulanabilir olduğu belirlenmiştir.
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.
DESIGN OF FIR FILTER USING PSO: A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhawana Sharma, Priyanka Sharma, S.C. Joshi* A significant increase in the incidence of male infertility has been described in the recent literature, raising questions about its causes. Pesticides such as organophosphates, organochlorine, phthalates, pyrethroids, carbamates and other substances from various industrial uses and residues are among the main endocrine disruptors that cause reproductive toxicity and male infertility. Organochlorines are a group of various synthetic chemicals that include polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), dibenzo-p-dioxiins and organochlorine pesticides. Human exposure to organochlorine substances may occur through inhalation of air, ingestion of food, water and skin absorption. Human exposure to organochlorines may occur not only during adulthood but also during prenatal and neonatal period. Many organochlorine pesticides are endocrine disrupting chemicals, meaning they have toxic effects on the hormonal systems. This review provides some specialized literature on work-related to organochlorine pesticides capable of causing male infertility.
ARTIFICIAL BLOOD: A LIFE SAVING TOOL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manisha D. Bhadange*, Amruta Y. Joshi , A. B. Darekar, R B. Saudagar Artificial blood is a product made to act as a substitute for red blood cells. While true blood serves many different functions, artificial blood is designed for the sole purpose of transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide throughout the body. Depending on the type of artificial blood, it can be produced in different ways using synthetic production, chemical isolation, or recombinant biochemical technology. Artificial blood is supposed to fulfil some functions of biological blood, especially in humans. The initial goal of oxygen carrying blood substitutes mimics bloods oxygen transport capacity. The artificial blood serves to be a good tool for the survival of patients at the time of surgery owing to high blood losses. Therefore the use of PFC solution as a blood substitute can be used to maintain the circulating blood volume as well as the need of the patients. Many people die from superficial wounds when they are trapped in an accident or are injured in the battlefield and cant get blood before they get to hospital." New generations of modified haemoglobin are being prepared to modulate the effects of nitric oxide and oxygen radicals, and artificial red blood cells are also under development. The artificial blood is made from a plastic, it is light to carry and easy to store. Scientists from the University of Sheffield are developing an artificial `plastic blood, which could act as a substitute for real blood in emergency situations. Transport of oxygen as soluble gas in plasma is radically different from hemoglobin-based oxygen transport.
The Effect of Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Prices in Emerging Stock Market : Empirical Evidence From India published in

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Dr.V.Ramanujam, Mrs. L.Leela This paper analyzes long term relationship between CNXNIFTY and macroeconomic variables, vis-s-vis, change in exchange rate, index of industrial production and gross domestic product. The multiple regression equation model (Galton, 1877) in order to investigate the relationship among these factors. The period of the study is January 2004 to June 2013. Results reveal that gross domestic product and exchange rate highly affect the stock prices.
Performance Evaluation and Financial Analysis of Solar Industrial Oven Using Pair of Scheffl er Refl ectors published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Ajay Chandak and Sunil Somani To deal with climate change and fossil fuel depletion problems, direct utilization of solar energy is the most promising option. Innovating new technologies and exploring possibilities to fi nd new applications for existing technologies is the key to resolve this problem. Scheffler solar concentrators based steam generation systems are successfully deployed for community cooking applications in India. There is need to look beyond cooking and develop different commercial and industrial applications using Scheffler solar concentrator as a primary heat source. An Industrial Oven is developed by authors for catering mid temperature applications in Industries, which utilizes Scheffler solar concentrator of 16 m 2 as a prime source and two such concentrators focus inside a single oven. This innovation delivers 9 kW, which is good enough heat for many industrial applications in 100°C–200°C range, replacing electricity or fossil fuels like LPG or diesel. The trials show excellent technical and financial viability of the new design. Depending on fuel to be replaced, payback period varies from 2–6 years. Paper discusses development process of the new product and financial analysis for the same
Occupational Stress Levels of Male and Female Employees in Public Sector Banks published in

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Dr Jamal Akhtar, Dr. A. K. S. Kushwaha Stress at the workplace is becoming one of the major causes of concern today. Most of the lifestyle diseases are caused by stresses either at work place or otherwise Stress is the wear and tear our bodies experience as we adjust to our continually changing environment. It has physical and emotional effects on us and can create positive or negative feelings. As a positive influence the stress can help compel us into action and as a negative influence it can result in feelings of distrust, rejection, ager and depression. According to Hans Selve stress refers to non specific response of the body to any demand made upon it
ALUMNI’S WORLD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dhondge Minal V., Chavan S onal A., Temkar Anamika S., Thorat Kajal S. This venture is geared toward growing a Repository and each Engine for alumni of the college, which is of importance to a college. The Alumni records Dat abase is an internet based utility that can be accessed at some point of the world. all people can get admission to the quest Engine to recognise about any Alumni of that colleg e however can’t able to upload. This gadget can be used as an software for the Alumni statistics Database to manipulate the college f acts and student's statistics. S cholar logging must be capable of upload the information of the employee.
MOLECULAR HYDROGEN THERAPY: A MAJOR MILESTONE IN MEDICINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Devi Gopinath1*, Gurupriya V. S2, Aswathi P. B3, Anu G4 First paper regarding the therapeutic use of molecular hydrogen was published by Ohsawa et al., Nature medicine. It described the potent antioxidant property of molecular hydrogen for medical applications. Since the publication of first paper, effects of hydrogen have been reported in more than 38 diseases, physiological states and clinical tests in leading biological/medical journals. Based on these cumulative knowledge, beneficial effects of molecular hydrogen have been confirmed. Characters of molecular hydrogen favourable for its medical uses are mildness, non-combustibility, abilily to dissolve in water and favourable distribution characteristics with its own physical ability to penetrate biomembranes and diffuse in to cytosol unlike most known anti oxidants. These properties made it one among the most promising antioxidants in use today.
To Study the Physical Properties of Tumeric Rhizomes at Different Moisture Content published in

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Subhashini. S, S. Anandakumar, S. Niveadhitha Turmeric is the dried rhizome of Curcuma longa L., an herbaceous plant native to tropical south East Asia. It is mainly cultivated in India, Jamaica, Pakistan, China, Peru, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Srilanka, Indonesia and Myanmar. India is the largest producer, exporter, and consumer of turmeric in the world. Within the plethora of spices, turmeric known as Indian Saffron plays an important role in Indian cuisine and it also has several medicinal properties. The physical properties of turmeric rhizomes were determined at different moisture contents such as 8, 12 and 16 per cent viz., size, bulk density, true density, and porosity, by using standard procedures. It was found that the physical dimensions of turmeric rhizome were increased with increasing the moisture content. The bulk density and true density of turmeric rhizome at 12 per cent moisture content were 647.5 kg/m3 and 1303.3 kg/m3 respectively. The porosity of turmeric rhizomes was found to be 67.3 per cent.
ASSESSMENT OF WATER BALANCE OF A WATERSHED USING SWAT MODEL FOR WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sathian, K.K. An attempt has been made in this study to assess the hydrological behavior of the Kurumali sub basin of Karuvannur river basin using SWAT model and other geospatial technologie s. All the thematic maps and attribute information of the watershed have been collected from various Government agencies. SWAT model has been set up for the Kurumali sub basin by inputting the digital thematic maps, physical properties of soil and climatic parameters. Total area of the watershed corresponding to the outlet chosen at Kurumali is 423 km 2 and its elevation varies from 10 to 650 m. Six different land use and eight soil types were present in the catchment. Calibration and validation of the model have been done by comparing the river flow prediction with the observed values. Nash Sutcliff Efficiency (NSE) and coefficient of determination (R 2 ) has given very high values for the calibration (0.88 and 0.96) and validation (0.90 and 0.99) periods resp ectively. The calibrated model has been used to predict the important hydrologic processes viz. surface runoff, lateral flow, base flow and ET and it was found that base flow amounts to 64 %, lateral flow 12 % and surface runoff 9 % of the annual rainfall. The study has revealed that SWAT model can effectively be used in the simulation of river flow and for predicting the water balance of a river basin in the humid tropic. Water balance information of the basin is of great use in planning water conservation , drainage and flood control.
Awareness and Utilisation of Govt Welfare Schemes by Elderly in Selected Rural Areas of Tamilnadu published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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P. Bala Murugan, Dr. G. Dhanasekaran The elderly population in India has been continuously increasing from the beginning of the twentieth century. The central and state governments design various schemes for the welfare of the elderly. The utilisation of various schemes varies based on the awareness level and access which are determined by various factors such as literacy level, gender, economic status, geographical location etc. The purpose of the study is to assess the awareness and utilisation of major schemes and understand the reasons for not availing the scheme. Data for the present study was collected from 500 elderly persons (60 years and above) from Thoothukudi and Ramanathapuram districts. Interview schedule was developed and used as a tool for data collection. More males than females belong to Hindu. More females than males belong to backward class. Literacy rate is higher for males than females. Little less than three fourth of respondents (73 %) are aware of welfare programmes implemented by Government. Higher proportion of females than males availed old age pension, whereas higher proportion of males than females availed PDS and concession in train / bus fare. Among those who have not availed welfare schemes, the reasons for not availing welfare schemes are found as practical difficulties in accessing to schemes (81.3 %) and not needed (18.7%). These two reasons are not significantly differs between male and female respondent. It is suggested that the procedure for availing the scheme should be simplified. Considering the vulnerability of the elderly women in rural area, specific schemes for addressing the issues of elderly women should be designed.
Computer Multimedia Instruction versus Traditional Instruction:An Experimental Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Prof. Hemant Lata Sharma, Ms. Pooja This study investigated the effect of Computer Multimedia instruction on academic achievement of students. Eighty students studying in two sections of 7th class of The Sunshine Sr. Sec. School, Rohtak were used as subjects of the study. Multimedia Instruction was utilized in the experimental group while the traditional instruction method was used for the control group. This study utilized the pre-test, post-test, control group Quasi-Experimental design with a purposive sample in the form of intact sections and t test was employed for testing the significance of difference between the means of pupils achievement on pre-test, post-test and mean gain scores. Results show that the two groups in pre-test were almost equal in their level of knowledge before introducing any treatment but difference was found in mean scores and mean gain scores of two groups in post-test. Experimental group (exposed to Computer Multimedia Instruction) achieved higher mean scores and mean gain scores than the control group (exposed to traditional instruction) on achievement at post-test stage. This implies that subjects exposed to Computer Multimedia Instruction were found to be higher on achievement in comparison to those exposed to traditional instruction
Anterior Chamber Foldable Phakic Intra Ocular Lens Safety and Efficacy published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

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AlAhmady Hamad AlSammans*, Ashraf Mostafa Moahammed and Usama Ali Mohammed Purpose: Correction of myopia by implantation of intra ocular lens is a growing surgery. In this study I am trying to assess the visual outcome stability and safety of eyes undergoing Anterior chamber foldable phakic lens implantation (Artiflex) (Ophtec BV, Groningen, The Netherlands) or (veriflex) (AMO,Santa Ana,CA) for myopia unsuitable for LASIK and detection of early and late complications along three years follow up period.
SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE ACTIVATOR BAY 41-2272 IMPROVES VASCULAR ACTIVITY OF THORACIC AORTA ISOLATED FROM DOCA HYPERTENSIVE MALE WISTAR RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
ShahidPrawez*, Azad A Ahanger2 , Kathirvel Kandasamy, Thakur U Singh, Santosh K Mishra and Souvendra N Sarkar Hypertensionis the most common cardiovascular disease and of great concern to public health. Bay41-2272 a soluble guanylylcyclase activator induces vasodilation and reduces mortality. DOCA hypertensive group envisaged administration of Deoxycorticosterone acetate salt in soyabean oil in unilaterally nephrectomised male wistarrats @25mg/kg b. wt. subcutaneously twice in a week for 4-weeks with a provision of drinking water containing sodium chloride (1%) ad lib. Sham control unilateral-nephrectomised male wistar rats were treated with soyabean oil providing normal tap water. After completion of four weeks, rats were anaesthetized with pentobarbital sodium to evaluate Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) and found significant increase (P<0.05)of MAP in DOCA hypertensive rats (160.33.02mm of Hg, n=9) compared to sham control(114.62.34mm of Hg, n=5). Also in vitro effect of Bay 41-2272 was studied on isolated thoracic aorta. In Bay pre-treated aortic rings of DOCA group, a significant decrease in noradrenaline maximal contraction (Emax0.610.03g; n=7) was found as compared to un-incubated aorta (Emax0.990.05g; n=5). A significant decrease in acetylcholine relaxation was found in aorta from DOCA hypertensive (Emax=61.193.43%, n=7) compared to sham control (Emax=111.101.61%; n=6). Bay 41-2272 pre-treatedaorta of DOCA rats, revealed significant increase in acetylcholine relaxation (E max=97.811.68%; n=6) as compared to un-incubated. Result of present study clearly indicates that Bay41-2272 pre-treatment significantly improves the vascular endothelial functions of aorta of DOCA hypertensive rats.
Getting the Last Stop Right: An Analysis of the Fort Campbell Personnel Processing Center published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Michael J. Kwinn, Julia Coxen, Jason A. Wolter This project proposes to develop an improved system to process Soldiers at the Personnel Processing Center (PPC) located at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. This processing center is the final pre-deployment requirement prior to missions in support of the Global War on Terror. The PPC services the 101st Airborne Division and Fort Campbell’s tenant units and receives a high volume of Soldiers for processing. It is in the interest of Soldiers, their families, and senior leadership to process deploying troops accurately and rapidly. The current system, though functioning and meeting the Army’s needs, has inherent inefficiencies that limit its capacities and ability to maximize utilization.
Clinical aspects of depression in the elderly published in

Archives of Depression and Anxiety

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Michel Bourin* The depressive states of the elderly are frequent and difficult to diagnose due mainly to their clinical heterogeneity. One of the reasons for the increase in the rate of suicide in the over 80 years is probably the non-recognition of depressive states. Thymic and affective complaints frequently occur with advancing age and are too often attributed to the consequences of normal aging, which is accompanied by the successive losses that characterize old age. However, we must insist on the need to recognize the existence of a thymic disorder that we can treat because the latter will cause, in addition to excessive suffering but also a significant handicap in the daily operation from subject. We will try in this article to highlight the specificities of this pathology in the elderly and its management.
NON LINEAR BUCKLING ANALYSIS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE WALL BY USING DIFFERENT PARAMETERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jyoti S. Tekavde* , Dr. S.S. Angalekar Structural walls are used worldwide to resist gravity and earthquake loads. Buckling of longitudinal bars is one of the types of damage in reinforced concrete (RC) structures subjected to axial compressive loading. The aim is to study non linear buckling behavior of reinforced concrete wall by using finite element model. G+20 storey residential building is analysed by response spectrum method and secondly, the ground structure shear wall is to be analyzed which having maximum axial load for buckling behaviour. This paper investigates effect of several parameters which is affecting to the behavior of wall. These parameters includes; slenderness ratio, percentage of reinforcement. The RCC wall is analyzed by taking different percentage of reinforcement with constant slenderness ratio for varying axial compressive loading and lateral loading. Finite element modeling was performed in ANSYS software.
Prospects and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurs of India: A Conceptual Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Pushpa M Development of women entrepreneurship is very low in India in comparison to developed countries. There are number of obstacles faced by women entrepreneurs during start-up stage and running up of their enterprise. Women entrepreneurship must be molded properly with entrepreneurial traits and skills to meet the changes in trends, challenges from the global markets and also be competent enough to sustain and strive for excellence in the entrepreneurial arena. This study was carried out with the aim of depicting the current scenario of Women Entrepreneurs and to identify the Challenges faced by them and suggestions to overcome the same. Paper also emphasized on the Women Entrepreneur Prospects.
TRANSIENT PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF CPSS BASED POWER SYSTEM WITH THE PRESENCE ENERGY STORAGE DEVICES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sandeep Dhundhara *1 , Pradeep Kumar 2 , Deepak Lakra This paper analyzed a comparative transient performance of different types of single machine power system connected to infinite bus under the presence of energy storage devices like Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) and Capacitive Energy Storage (CES). For Automatic Generation Control (AGC) loop, thermal unit is considered. The thermal unit is either single or double reheat turbine. PI controller is provided in the AGC loop. The power system AVR loop is provided with Conventional Power System Stabilizer (CPSS), the performances are compared under the presence of SMES and CES units. It is shown that CES based PI controlled AGC loop along with CPSS assists best transient performance of the power system in all cases under different operating conditions. The transient performances are carried out with different load variations.
Time Delay and Mean Square Stochastic Differential Equations in Impetuous Stabilization published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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G. Pramila | S. Ramadevi This paper specially exhibits about the time delay and mean square stochastic differential equations in impetuous stabilization is analyzed. By projecting a delay differential inequality and using the stochastic analysis technique, a few present stage for mean square exponential stabilization are survived. It is express that an unstable stochastic delay system can be achieved some stability by impetuous. This example is also argued to derived the efficiency of the obtained results. G. Pramila | S. Ramadevi"Time Delay and Mean Square Stochastic Differential Equations in Impetuous Stabilization" 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/ijtsrd11062.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/other/11062/time-delay-and-mean-square-stochastic-differential-equations-in-impetuous-stabilization/g-pramila
Bone Marrow Trephine Biopsy in Hematological Disorders published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Alpa Lakhani , Dr. Gayatri H Bamaniya, Dr. Krishna K Lakhani, Dr. Ajay M Rathod, Dr. M.D.Gajjar Examination of the structure and cellular composition of bone marrow is essential for diagnostic purposes in wide variety of disorders affecting the hematopoietic system.1 The aims of study were diagnosis of hematological disorders, for staging of hematological malignancy and to compare bone marrow trephine biopsy with that of bone marrow aspiration. Total sixty bone marrow trephine biopsy of patients with haematological disordes were done. In present study common etiology are acute leukemia (36.6%), chronic leukemia (21.6%) and anaemia (20%). The use of biopsy avoids misinterpretation of cellularity by smears in 40% of patients in whom biopsy confirmed a normocellular, hypocellular or hypercellular marrow. In present study chronic lymphocytic leukemia(CLL) had 7 cases out of 13 cases of chronic leukemia out of which 2 cases(28.5%) had pattern of bone marrow involvement was of diffuse type. Bone marrow biopsy is superior than aspiration for the assessment of cellularity and diagnosis of certain haematological conditions mostly Hypoplastic/ Aplastic marrow, Myelofibrosis, Leukemia and marrow involvement by Lymphomatous infiltration. Trephine biopsy is essential for diagnosis when a dry tapor blood tap occurs as consequences of the marrow being fibrotic or very densely cellular.
ANALYSIS OF SOME AGRICULTURAL POLLUTANTS IN SOIL SAMPLES WITHIN UBA-ADAMAWA, MAMPAYA AND MAYOBANI AGRICULTURAL LOCATIONS, ALONG RIVER YEDSAREM, UBA, HONG LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ADAMAWA STATE, NIGERIA published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

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TERI D.M., AKAN J.C., SANTURAKI J., USMAN B. and YAKUBU J. This study was conducted to determine the levels of some agricultural pollution in soil samples from Uba-Adamawa, Mayobani and Mampaya agricultural areas along river Yedsaram at Uba, Hong local government area of Adamawa State, Nigeria. Sample collection and preparation were carried out using standard procedures. The concentrations of all the heavy metals were estimated using Atomic Absorption Spectrometer. The mean level of pH in the soil samples from the three agricultural locations ranged from 1.22 to 6.22. The highest levels of nitrate, nitrite, sulphate and phosphate in the soil samples from the three Agricultural locations were detected in the deeper soil profile. From the three Agricultural locations, the concentration of the study anions increased in the order of Sulphate> Nitrate > Phosphate> Nitrite at each depth profile. The concentrations of the heavy metals studied in the soil samples from the three agricultural locations were observed to increase significantly with increase in depth to the level of 30cm. The levels of heavy metals in Uba-adamawa Agricultural location were in the following order Fe ˃ Zn ˃ Mn ˃ Cr ˃ Ni ˃ Pb ˃ Cd ˃ Cu and the sequence of heavy metals in the soil samples in the Mayobani location were Zn ˃ Pb ˃ Fe ˃ Mn ˃ Cr ˃ Cd ˃ Ni ˃ Cu while the levels of heavy metals in the Mampaya location were in the order of Fe ˃ Cr ˃ Mn ˃ Cd ˃ Zn ˃ Cu ˃ Ni ˃ Pb Keywords: Heavy Metals, Anions, Physicochemical parameters, soil, River Yedsarem, Uba, Adamawa state
Organizational Structure of Excutive Wing in Nellore District Co-Operative Central Bank (NDCCB) published in

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Dr. B. Prabhakara Rao t is pertinent to know the profile of Nellore district to assess credit requirements of the farmers. Nellore district is bounded by Bay of Bengal, Kadapa, Prakasam and Chittoor districts. The total geographical area is 13,076 sq.kms and these accounts for 4.75 per cent of the total area of the state. The Nellore District Co-operative Central Bank (NDCCB) was established in 1918. It provides credit for developmental activities through the Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) in its area of operation. The organizational structure of DCCB consists of two wings-deliberative and executive. They are two organically linked wings-one providing democratic structure and the other consisting of bureaucratic element. The executive wing consists of a General Manager and other supporting staff. The General Manager is the Chief Executive of the Bank, appointed by the state government. He assists, advises and guides the Board. There are 19 branches of the bank located at different places in the district. The work of the bank is carrying out its business with 148 Staff Members. There are also 99 PACS popularly known as single window societies under the Jurisdiction of the Bank.
Complete Percutaneous Management of Lutembacher Syndrome with Severe Pulmonary Hypertension in a Middle Aged Indian Female: Is this the Magic Wand? published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

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S Singh*, SK Datta, KK Sethi, M Fotedar Lutembacher syndrome is a combination of ostium secundum atrial septal defect with acquired rheumatic mitral stenosis. This is a case of middle aged woman who had lutembacher syndrome with severe pulmonary hypertension with class IV symptoms. She had very severe mitral stenosis with valve area of 0.7 cm2 and ostium secundum atrial septal defect of 14 mm size. The management of lutembacher syndrome was only surgical till 1990s. Total percutaneous management has been described in late 1990s. Percutaneous management is relatively cheaper option and saves the patient from artificial valve and related complications. However, only a small number of cases of total percutaneous management of this condition are available in world literature. This patient was managed with percutaneous transmitral commissurotomy with Inoue balloon. Immediately after commissurotomy, her pulmonary artery pressure decreased by one-third. Device closure was done for her atrial septal defect in the same sitting. Her pulmonary artery pressure decreased further. The procedure was successful without any complications. She was symptomatically better on first post-procedure visit.
Nested Cost Efficiency Intervals in the Presence of Interval Data published in

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M. Venkata Subba Reddy, C. Subba Rami Reddy Data Envelopment Analysis is linear programming based procedure to assess efficiency of decision making units. It needs to specify input and output values. If data uncertainty prevails, where inputs and outputs are assumed to lie in intervals, then efficiencies also belong to intervals whose bounds are deduced solving suitably formulated linear programming problems. In the presence of interval data this paper formulates two pairs of cost efficiency problems under weak and strong optimistic and pessimistic view points. The cost efficiency intervals are shown nested and a numerical problem is solved to verify the same.
Res KEYWORDS: triction For Online Password Guessing Attacks Using PGRP published in

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Josmine Mathew Now a day's different kind of attacks are increasing. ?e main types of attacks on password are brute force and dictionary attacks. Prohibiting such type of attacks is a difficult problem. Automated Turing Test (ATT) is efficient technique to reduce such attacks and identify evil logins. But it may disturb the authorized user as the user always go through the ATTs .so preventing this type of inconvenience, it implementing concept PGRP(Password Guessing Resistance Protocol). PGRP reduces the number of login attempt from the unknown remote host. Here It record the ipaddress and no of login attempt, Based on this record PGRP tracking the attacker who is try to access the system. PGRP introducing one more technique is that Question answer challenge.
PERJANJIAN INTERNASIONAL OLEH DAERAH SEBAGAI KEWENANGAN OTONOMI DAERAH published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Noer Indriati Law number 32 year 2004 on Regional Government suggests need to do adjustment authority implementation Foreign Relations and Cooperation. Along with the entry into force of the regional autonomy act, the policy of foreign relations and diplomacy by the Central Government, among others, also aimed at empowering and promoting regional potentials. The freedom to conduct foreign relations and cooperation, did not rule on the future more increased in line with the will of Autonomous District and the City to obtain added value for the Autonomous Region concerned. The mechanism of cooperation carried out in consultation with and coordination of the Ministry. Keywords: treaty, sisters city and sisters province
Marchiafava Bignami Disease A Corpus Callosum Anathema published in

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Dr Kavita Krishna, Dr Nitin Gadkari, Dr Kaustubh Shendkar, Dr Siddharth Dharamsi Chronic alcohol abuse may lead to myriad spectrum of neuropsychiatric conditions out of which Marchiafava-Bignami Disease (MBD) is a rare one. It is characterised by symmetrical demyelination of the middle portion of corpus callosum. We present case history of 47 year old male with history of chronic alcoholism presenting with seizures and finally diagnosed as having Marchiafava-Bignami Disease (MBD).
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO HEALTH CARE MODERNIZATION published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Natalya Muravyeva, Tatyana Anopchenko Now transformation of scientific views on the concept of individual and public health, from clinical categories to medico-social and economic categories, resulting from the principle of the highest social value of quality of life caused by biological and social and economic unity of health is necessary. ? multidisciplinary approach allows us to see health problems from different planes, as the results of the economic, political and sociological research substantially complement research of physicians and epidemiologists.
CONSERVATION OF SOME PHARMACEUTICALLY IMPORTANT MEDICINAL PLANTS FROM DIMAPUR DISTRICT OF NAGALAND published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Rama Shankar, Ashish Kumar Tripathi, Abhimanyu Kumar The areas under study belong to the district Dimapur Nagaland is district Kohima in the East, Karbi Anglong district of Assam in the North and West and Peren district of Nagaland in the South.. The district is located in the geographical coordinates of 93 44' 30" East longitude and 25 54' 45" North latitude. According to the census conducted in the 927 square Kilometers with a population of 378, 811. The district is chiefly inhabited by the Naga tribes. The paper deals with the important Pharmaceutically important medicinal plants from Dimapur district of Nagaland.
Professional Inclination of Library and Information Science (LIS) Students of India: A Study of Socioeconomic Background and Career Choice Factors published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

Published by International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
KP Singh, Harish Chander The purpose of the study is to assess the professional inclination, academic and social background, family status and their occupation, gender distribution, choice of work, and their perceptions of aspirant LIS students. The study examined the various career choice factors and sources of motivation that influence the students of LIS profession. The data has been collected from the 251 LIS students enrolled five prominent universities of North India. The results indicate that majority of female students join the LIS profession because of employment opportunities. Most of the respondents are from rural areas, hails to middle class families and their educational background in Arts/Humanities and Social Science subjects. Majority of the respondents choose the LIS profession as primary career because for the better employment possibilities. The study recommends the public awareness about the LIS profession in India.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF THE PREPARATION TIME OF A NEW NON INTERRUPTED FLAT SIDED DESIGN VERSUS PROTAPER HAND INSTRUMENTS AND CONVENTIONAL INSTRUMENTS: AN IN VITRO STUDY published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Amit K. Pachlag, Dr. Girija S. Sajjan Modern endodontics is characterized by a quest for more efficient methods of canal instrumentation. A new addition to the endodontic instruments is the EZ-fill safesiders. These instruments have shown promising results decreasing the preparation time when compared to the stainless steel files. The aim of this study was to check the time required for preparation of root canal using the various manual instruments. Objective: To determine and compare the time needed for instrumentation of the root canal system when different instruments are used. Methodology: Thirty extracted upper anterior teeth were selected for the study. Standard access cavities were prepared and they were randomly divided into three groups (n= 10). The groups were according to the instruments used for root canal preparation Group 1 Stainless steel K-reamers Group 2 - ProTaper manual instruments Group 3 EZ-fill safesiders reamers The same operator according to the manufacturers instructions instrumented all the root canals. The time for instrumentation was recorded using a stop watch in seconds. Sodium hypochlorite was used as irrigation Results: The results with regards to the preparation time showed that the group 1 instrumented with the K-reamers required the least time for preparation followed by the EZ-fill safesider reamers and then the ProTaper manual instruments.
Automated Maintenance System of Solar Panel For Wild (Wheel Impact Load Detector) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A.Muniappan, Dr.C.Thiagarajan, Aswin Anand The project titled WHEEL IMPACT LOAD DETECTOR (WILD) is being actively done in the Organization APNA TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS for Indian railways. The organization is the only Indian developer and supplier of this system for Indian Railways. The Internship program consists of intelligent software algorithms that have been developed to identify the Wheel Impact and Impact Load Factor along with other parameters like time & speed of the train, axle number, average dynamic wheel load and maximum wheel load. The sensors on the track senses the dynamic impact load caused by the wheels, the high speed data acquisition system acquires the data and the embedded controller does the signal processing & analysis to identify the impact load data. The same is transferred to a remote centralized server through GPRS and Optical Fiber Communication, i.e. how information traverses through network from source to destination based on the OSI reference model, routing basic , structure of the network, the basic functionality of the devices, tools and process and a brief session on performance management. It also includes hands on experience on the live project at their installed sites.
Analysis of amylase production from different substrate published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nimavat Madhavi | Darshan Marjadi Amylases are the enzymes that hydrolyse starch or glycogen and produce, polymers of glucose subunits. a- amylases are one of the important and widely used enzyme in many sectors such asclinical, medicinal and analytical chemistry. Besides their use in starch saccaharification they also find applications in food, baking, brewing, detergent, textile, paper, and distilling industry. Amylase can be derived from several sources, such as plants, animals and microorganisms. Amylase can be produce from economically available agricultural starchy substrate using bacteria and fungi. Different agricultural starchy substrates such as soluble starch hordium, pearl millet, rice, corn, gram and wheat starch, banana peel, potato peel coconut oil cake, sesame oil cake, groundnut oil cake, palm kernel cake and olive oil cake were used for production of a-amylase using different microorganisms. Nimavat Madhavi | Darshan Marjadi"Analysis of amylase production from different substrate" 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/ijtsrd11117.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/11117/analysis-of-amylase-production-from-different-substrate/nimavat-madhavi
Investigation on the Existing Geometry of Pathein Suspension Bridge published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

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

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Haifa J. Jaweir* Maysoon H.AL-Seria* A total of 437 individuals of Turbellarin Platyhelminthes were sorted from benthic samples collected monthly for a period of seven months( April to November 2013 ) from AL-Dalmage lake, a part of middle section for main outfall drain south of Baghdad. They were identified as Gyratrix hermaphroditus, Stenostomum leucops ,Stenostomum unicolar and Stenostomum bryophilum ,The relative abundance of worms decreased during hot season which (May to September) ,where they start rising again. The species were studied alive , the identification criteria were illustrated by photos. G. hermaphroditus was the most abundant species among the four species.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF ATORVASTATIN CALCIUM BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
J.N.Suresh Kumar, Ch.Narendra Babu*, T.Dhanalakshmi, K.Florence, M.Sita Ramanjaneyulu,N.Sambasivanaik Atorvastatin Calcium is hypolipidemic agent. In the present study, a simple, sensitive, rapid and economic and specific UVSpectrophotometric method has been developed and validated for the Atorvastatin Calcium in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage forms. The Atorvastatin Calcium stock solutions are prepared in methanol. The method of analysis is derivative spectroscopy to eliminate spectral interference by measuring absorbance at 247nm for Atorvastatin Calcium respectively. The Atorvastatin are linear in concentration range of 0-25?g/ml respectively. The absorption maxima was determined with 10?g/ml by scanning in the range of 200-400nm. The method was validation in terms of linearity, accuracy, range, precision, robustness, LOD and LOQ, system suitability, stability of analytical solution. Results of analysis were validated statistically. Percentage recovery studies are in the range of 99.92% to 99.58%. The LOD and LOQ of Atorvastatin were 0.998?g/ml and 3.025?g/ml respectively. From that it was observed that is no interference of blank, excipients during the estimation of drug in formulation. This shows the adaptability in pharmaceutical dosage forms.
SYNTHESIS OF ZIRCONYL NAPHTHENATES ON THE BASIS OF OIL ACIDS AND THEIR APPLYING AS COMPLEX CATALYTIC SYSTEMS IN THE PROCESS OF OLIGOMERİZATİON (POLYMERIZATION) OF ETHYLENE published in

Azerbaijan Chemical Journal

Published by M.Nagiyev Institute of Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry
A.A.Khanmetov, K.Sh.Hajiyeva, M.J.Khamiyev, R.V.Alieva, H.R.Azizbeyli, S.F.Ahmedbekova A new synthesis method of zirconyl naphthenates on the basis of the petroleum acids separated from Baku oils has been developed. It was determined that conducting the synthesis of zirconyl naphthenates in the medium of water-alcohol mixture promotes to obtaining them in pure form. The structure and composition of synthesized zirconyl naphthenates were studied by NMR, IR spectroscopy, RFA and ele¬mental analysis. It was found that homogeneous metal complex catalysts (zirconyl naphthenates) have high catalytic activity in oligomerization and polymerization processes of ethylene
Towards Bioactive Dental Restorative Materials with Chitosan and Nanodiamonds: Evaluation and Application published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
S R Grobler1*, V T Perchyonok2, R Mulder1, D Moodley1 Background/purposes: Recently various articles showed beneficial effects of the addition of different bioactive compounds towards dental materials. Therefore, the aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of the addition of bioactive materials and combination thereof (chitosan/nanodiamond or cyclodextrin/nanodiamond) to a dental composite. Materials and Methods: The flowable composite Premise by Kerr was used as the standard control dental material. Premise was also modified to contain: 10% nanodiamonds/Premise, 10%chitosan/nanodiamonds/Premise, 10% cyclodextrin/ nanodiamonds/Premise and 10% cyclodextrin/Premise and tested for their dentin bond strength, volumetric shrinkage, Vickers hardness and cytotoxicity. Results and Conclusion: Beneficial effects of the addition of different bioactive compounds towards dental materials were proved. A higher shear bond strength (p < 5%) was found after 3 months of Premise treated with nanodiamonds, chitosan, cyclodextrin (CD) and combinations thereof than the control Premise. The sequence for the Vickers hardness was: CD (32.5) < nano (34.8) < CD Nano (38.8) < Premise (39) < Chitosan Nano (42.2). Chitosan was found to increase the mouse 3T3 fibroblast cell survival rate (113%), while nanodiamonds (92%) and the combination of chitosan + nanodiamonds (93%) showed little cytotoxicity. The shrinkage was lower for all the additions than for Premise alone. Nanodiamonds and the combination chitosan + nanodiamonds showed little cytotoxicity towards mouse 3T3 fibroblast cells.
Hypoglycaemic and hypolipidemic efficacy of barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacea Link) based health food published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
N. SUREKHA, B.V. CHIMMADAND RAVIKUMAR S. NAIK An investigation was planned to exploit the beneficial aspects of barnyard millet by fabricating a health food and to evaluate its clinical efficacy in terms of glycaemic and lipemic response in seven normal adult volunteers. Barnyard millet constituted the main ingredient (77%) and other ingredients such as black gram Dhal (4.6 %), dehydrated carrot (9.2%) were added either as a source of lysine, antioxidants, dietary fibre, hypoglycaemic and hypocholesterimic constituents, apart from enhancing sensory qualities. The developed health food had high protein (12%), dietary fibre (37%) and ?-carotene (36,703?g/100g) content. Fat and calorific contents of health food were low having 4.63 per cent and 282 Kcal/100g, respectively. The glycaemic index of health food was 59 with values ranging from 41-71 among the volunteers.The feeding intervention of 28 days revealed a reduction in body weight (2 %) besides changing blood lipids. Significant reduction in blood sugar (7%) was observed. Reduction in triglycerides (10 %), total cholesterol (8%), Low Density Lipoproteincholesterol (9%) and Very Low Density Lipoprotein-cholesterol (9 %) and increase in High Density Lipoproteincholesterol (5%) were observed in experimental group. Reduction in the ratio of TC: HDL and LDL: HDL observed was 12 and 13 per cent, respectively. Thus, the formulated barnyard millet health food possessed hypoglycaemic and hypolipemic properties
USING CONTINUOUS SEARCH, SORT AND PAGINATION ANGULAR JAVASCRIPT IN WORDPRESS TO CREATE MEDITIONAL PLANTS DATABASE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rohit Kumar Lot of meditional plant researchers wishes to see details of a variety of species on a single online portal containing most of the required botanical details of that plant at a glance. There are many such existing biological repositories to provide such useful information. Now to develop a mechanism at ease in Uttarakhand my work have been proposed which will emphasize on an easy continuous search, sort and pagination mechanism to display the meditional plant details of varieties as required. To create such a program displa ying information of a large number of species is a hectic task to be done. The author in this work made use of trending wordpress[1] open source content management system and attractive angular javascript code[2][3]. Now the inner side of meditional plant database development requires a search, sort and pagination mechanism to search the particular variety of interest. Although there is a lot of ways to implement the required database but the author had used the angular javascript in a custom page te mplate connecting with other pages containing meditional plants complete information for creating this advanced search mechanism as a part of wordpress that is inherently absent. The details of plants were created individually page wise in wordpress. In t he proposed work, the limitation associated with the complication and creation time of a meditional database website is removed.
Assessment of some Chemical Properties of Isan - Ekiti Soil, Southwestern Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Silas A. Oladapo | Adeyemi E. Adetoro Increase in knowledge of Chemical properties of soil will prevent or reduce road failure in tropical climate such as Nigeria. This study aimed at assessing some chemical properties of lateritic soil deposited in Isan - Ekiti, South-western Nigeria. Soil samples collected from the study area were subjected to CEC, Organic Carbon content, pH and Refractive Index tests. The CEC, Organic Carbon content, pH and Refractive Indices values for all the soil samples varied from 35.00 to 58.00 , 31.00 to 46.00 , 6.00 to 6.21 and 1.529 to 1.533 respectively. It could be generally observed there were presence of large deposit of lateritic soil with large contents of clay and its minerals. The soil in the study area were acidic in nature though weak and likely to have high retention capacity. There could be presence of clay minerals such as Allophone, Chlorite, Illite and Steatite in study area's soil. Further study on the other Engineering properties of the soil should be carried out. Silas A. Oladapo | Adeyemi E. Adetoro "Assessment of some Chemical Properties of Isan - Ekiti Soil, Southwestern Nigeria" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18571.pdf
CLINICAL STUDY OF DYSURIA IN PREGNANCY published in

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K. Kavitha, K. Sreelatha Objective: The purpose of the study is to evaluate and identify prevalence of genital cause as an important etiological factor for dysuria and also the common causative organism involved; and relative incidence of urinary tract and genital tract infections in relation to age and parity. Methodology: Study involved 100 pregnant women with complaint of dysuria,attending Antenatal clinic of department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology ,of Government General hospital attached to Kurnool Medical college,Kurnool during the year 2006.They were selected irrespective of age,parity,gestational age. After detailed examination, midstream urine sample was subjected for microscopic evidence of pyuria ,grams staining and microbial culture.Two vaginal swabs were collected and subjected to wet mount examination , culture and sensitivity. Results: Out of 100 patients with dysuria, 54% had urinary tract infection,26% had vulvovaginitis,16% had combined infection, where as in 10%,no cause could be detected. Conclusion: The frequency of genital tract infection as a cause of dysuria increases with age and parity.Candida and E.coli were the most predominant organisms pathogens identified
MUDRA?S TIME TO LIFT MICRO AND SMALL BUSINESSES published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Dr. T. Vijayaragavan Banks play a crucial role in the economic development of any country in the world. On a larger scale, national banks offer similar access to credit and financial services to larger businesses, local governments, and in some cases international customers.
ACCOUNTING POLICIES THE PUBLIC SECTOR UKRAINE 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�
Kaneva Tetiana, Shevchenko Svitlana In the article there is a scientific ground of recommendations in relation to a method and organization of record-keeping of subjects state the sector of economy, as pre-conditions of creation of state management information state financial resources. In this connection the special attention is spared the registration policy of subjects state a sector. Its features and maintenance are marked, that determined in the recently accepted legislative base. Basic norms which must be marked at acceptance are analysed .Its features and maintenance are marked, that determined in the recently accepted legislative base. Basic norms which must be marked at acceptance prescriptive a document about the registration policy of manager of budgetary facilities are analysed. Lighted up cases in which a registration policy can be changed in budgetary establishment.
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European Researcher

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LOW DOSE INTRAVENOUS INFUSION OF LIGNOCAINE IN POST OPERATIVE PAIN Dr. Venuturumilli Ravi Sankar* 1 , Dr. V. Lakshmi Kameswari2 , Dr. T.V. Subba Rao published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Dr. Venuturumilli Ravi Sankar* 1 , Dr. V. Lakshmi Kameswari2 , Dr. T.V. Subba Rao In spite of spectacular advances in pain relief during surgery, relief of pain in post operative period still remains a problem. The most important is that the deficiencies of current routine methods of pain relief are being increasingly exposed. The present study has been taken up with the intention of evaluating the postoperative analgesic effect of continuous lignocaine infusion in low doses as used for cardiac arrhythmias. Lignocaine is extensively studied regarding its pharmacology and pharmacokinetics in comparison with narcotic analgesics viz., free from respiratory depression and addiction liability. The primary action of the local anesthetic is on the cell membrane of the axon on which it produces electrical stabilization. The large transient increase in permeability to sodium ions necessary for propagation of the impulse is prevented thus the resting potential is maintained and depolarization in response to stimulation is inhibited. Patients were randomly grouped in to two groups of 50 in each. Group A given Lignocaine intravenously and Group B given saline intravenously post operatively for a period of 24 hrs. Patients were monitored by measurement of pulse rate, systolic blood pressure, continuous ECG monitoring. Post operative instructions included a note to give narcotic or sedative, if in severe pain after informing the author. Pain during 24hrs after surgery was assessed by “linear analogue” scale ranging from 0 to 100 as per Bond and Pilowsky. The study was prospective controlled and randomized. Data were expressed as mean±S.E.M. Single tailed student’t’ test was used to express the difference of the means of two samples. The results showed that continuous intravenous lignocaine decreased the postoperative pain persistently and reduced the narcotic analgesic dose significantly and did not cause any significant adverse effects. “Divine is the task to relieve pain”-Hippocrates “For all the happiness mankind can gain, is not in pleasure, but in rest from pain”-John Dryden (1631-1701) Key Words: Lignocaine, Pethidine, Linear analogue scale, Infusion, Narcotic
AUTOMATIC GENERATION CONTROL OF THREE AREA USING PI AND FUZZY CONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shafquat Jahangir*, Prof.Aziz Ahmad In the proposed work, AGC of three area power plant(all thermal) implemented using PI controller and Fuzzy Logic Controller. Even when load fluctuates in one area, it affects the frequency in all the remaining areas as well. Model is developed by MATLAB/SIMULINK software and further the results derived from both the controllers are studied and compared. Results so obtained clearly imply that performance of FLC is much improved as compared to PI controller.
DETERMINING FALSE ATTACKS USING DDSGA TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr Ruksar Fatima*, Mohd Shafiuddin For the sake of identifying masquerade attackers in a computer, various alignment algorithms has been proposed. The semi-global alignment algorithm (SGA) is the most effective and also efficient technique to detect these type of attacks till now, but it has not reach the level of accuracy and effectiveness required by large scale and multiuser systems. To support these shortcomings of SGA and to increase both the effectiveness and the performances of this algorithm, the Data-Driven Semi-Global Alignment, DDSGA approach has been proposed. DDSGA has much more improvements and increases the scoring of the systems by adopting different alignment parameters for each single client. Moreover, it accepts small behavior changes in user command sequences by admitting a small changes in low-level representation of the commands functionality. It also do adjustments to changes in the user behavior by modifying the user signature according to its current user behavior in the computer. DDSGA decreases alignment overhead and also parallelizes the detection and the update for better optimization of runtime. The experimental outcomes of this DDSGA alignment show that DDSGA accomplishes a high hit ratio of 88.4 percent, with a low false positive rate of 1.7 percent. It also enhances the hit ratio of the enhanced SGA by about 21.9 percent and minimizes Maxion-Townsend cost by 22.5 percent.
Reductions in Sediment Yield Through Different Management Practices in the Mohgaon Watershed published in

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A. K. Thawait, M. S. Chauhan This paper evaluated the impacts of best management practices (BMPs) on sediment yield reduction in Mohgaon Watershed. Soil and Water Assessment Tool model was used in evaluating the impacts of implementing BMPs. The SWAT model is calibrated and validated following a sensitivity analysis combining Latin Hypercube sampling and One-factor-At-a-Time simulation. The calibrated model was then applied in the Mohgaon Watershed to simulate BMPs including Conservation tillage, Parallel Terraces and Channel Protection. The three scenarios were simulated independently as well as a combination scenario was also simulated. Results showed that considerable reductions in sediment concentrations occurred when the BMPs were simulated. The results will help in deciding suitable conservation practices to be implemented over the watershed to reduce sedimentation yield.
توہین مذہب ورسالت اور سماجی رویے،اسلامی تناظرمیں Blasphemy and social attitudes in Islamic perspective published in

Rahat-ul-Quloob

Published by Rahat-Ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta
Prof. Dr. Syed Azkia Hashmi Extremism is a challenge facing the societies both on secular and religious level, which has damaged the society with disrupting peace and creating caos in the world. There is a dire need of an academic discussion regarding the various aspects of the issue in Islamic and social perspectives. This is an attempt to realize the sensitivity of the subject and providing a balanced approached in the light of Islamic teachings. This article draws attention of the concerned authorities to play their role for the stoppage of blasphemous activities by implementation of the existing law and its development by determining the punishment against false accusation. The article also explains that what Islam expects from the Muslims and guides them in expressing their feelings and showing their attitudes, behavior and fixing their responsibilities regarding the issue with true Islamic spirit. The article draws the attention of the non-Muslim countries and communities as well to display impartiality, truth and realistic attitude and appropriate legislation by considering the blasphemous activities as a heinous crime.
Comparative Study of Local Calcium Channel Blocker Application and Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy in the Treatment of Chronic Anal Fissures: Study of 50 Cases. published in

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Dr. Amit H. Joshi, Dr. Namrata Choudhary, Dr. Ajay H. Patel Background: The treatment of chronic anal fissure has changed greatly during the past two decades with ongoing research directed at lowering the internal anal sphincter tone and avoiding the risk of fecal continence disturbance. Glycerin trinitrate, topical calcium channel blockers and anal dilators and botulinum toxin injection alone are all known to be able to lower the internal anal sphincter tone but results have been disappointing in curing chronic anal fissure, often marginally better than to placebo. The surgical treatment in the form of lateral internal sphincterotomy is the gold standard for chronic anal fissure. Objectives: The aim of this prospective study was to assess the efficacy of medical treatment in form of topical calcium channel blocker and surgery in the management of chronic anal fissure. The objective is to compare the efficacy with regard to complete healing, recurrence, incontinence and other complications after treatment with topical calcium channel blocker and lateral anal sphincterotomy. Material and Methods: From October 2010 to October 2012, 50 patients with typical chronic anal fissure completed the study. 25 patients were initially treated with topical calcium channel blocker for 8 weeks and rests 25 were treated with lateral anal sphincterotomy. During the follow-up healing rates, symptoms, incontinence scores, and therapy adverse effects were recorded. Results: Overall healing rates were 60% after 8 weeks therapy with topical calcium channel blocker. Whereas overall healing after lateral internal sphincterotomy group was 88% with no recurrence. Conclusion: Lateral internal sphincterotomy is far more effective than medical treatment, with significantly increased healing rates while avoiding risk of incontinence.
Low cost of solar still published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.H. SENGAR, Y.P. KHANDETOD AND A.G. MOHOD Different solar stills were developed and evaluated for comparison with other solar stills available in market. Comparatively more distilled water was obtained from the solar still having an area of 1m2 fabricated in fibre or metal body with glass glazing like single slope, double slope and wick type solar still. Average maximum temperature and humidity was more in double slope, single slope and wick type solar still and hence, the average quantity of distilled water obtained as 1350 ml/day, 1550 ml/day and 2450 ml/day, respectively. The plastic made up of W-shape solar still provided with 3 channels produce maximum distilled water as 2104 ml/day where as W-shape solar still with two channels erected on concrete and ground produced only 1012ml/day and 1443 ml/day, respectively. L shape solar still produce average distilled water was 925 ml/day which was very low among the all type of solar still. Comparative cost of compact nature of solar stills like single slope, double slope and wick type solar still was more than Rs.7000/- which is four times more than newly developed W-shape 3 channel solar still. Comparative output from newly developed solar still was low but it has several advantages that it is cheapest, cost efficient and easy to clean. Concentration of pH, EC, TDS and ions in solar distilled water was found to be similar as conventional distilled water. The cost of W shape three channel solar still is recovered within 4 months 6 days only.
ROLE OF FACILITIES IN AGRIBUSINESS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF DRY CHILLI FARMERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Somashekhar I. C.*, Dr.J.K.Raju Dry chilli farmers need facilities to produce, store and manage chilli they produce to enhance the overall supply chain profit. Facility utilization for the dry chilli farmers is an important aspect of supply chain drivers. When one looks at facility, its various forms need to be analyzed. Hence this research brings out the dimensions of facility preferred by dry chilli farmers. A descriptive research methodology was us ed & Statistical technique Factor analysis was carried out. The different dimensions of facilities chosen by farmers to make an optimized decisions are: utilization of own facility, facility available with the commission agent, cold storage, e - tendering and APMC market.
Creation of Digital Cadastre For Anua-IFA IKOT OKPON/USE OFFOT Housing Estate UYO, AKWA IBOM State Nigeria published in

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Ojiako J. C. , Emengini, E. J. , Umoh N. U. , Igbokwe E. C. The agencies of Akwa Ibom State Government charged with allocation and management of lands are yet to incorporate digital method of data management and are currently encumbered with analogue cadastral plans and records. In Uyo, Government estates records are scattered all over Government agencies and are not integrated into a digital format thus comprehensive analysis of parcels in estates using Geographic Information System (GIS) has not been carried out. This research focuses on the creation of a digital cadastre for part of Uyo using Anua-Ifa Ikot Okpon/Use Offot Housing Estate as a case study. The layout plan of the estate was scanned, georeferenced and digitized to get locational data. Non spatial data was obtained through statutory bodies and social survey. The result of database queries shows thematic maps with existing allocation patterns in the estate. The database tables show detailed characteristics of such parcels, blocks and owners.
Study of Impact of Stressful Environment on Total White Blood Cell Count in Canesugar Manufacturing Employees published in

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Dr. S.A.NAYAKAWADI Sugarindustry is one of the important agrobased Industry. It plays a key role in National economy. In Maharashtra state sugar industries are concentrated in satara,Sangli and Kolhapur district .ItProvides employment to rural peoples. In present Investigation randomly selected sixty workers form Canesugar manufacturing department was assessed for total white blood cell count , it was observed that the total white blood cells count was found to be incresed in workers working at juice and sugar house section as compare to control group general office workers,at the same time total white blood cell count was lowered in pan section workers.
Assessment of traffic noise at Kachi Chawni, Jammu(J&K) published in

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Tundupwangail, Raj Kumar Rampal The present study has been carried out to assess the status of traffic noise in three main crossing at Kachi Chawni, Jammu. From the study, it can be concluded that all the three main crossing of study area exhibited values of Leq above the permissible limits of 65 dB as prescribed by CPCB.
A mathematical model of glucose-insulin interaction published in

Science Vision

Published by Mizo Academy of Sciences
Jamal Hussain and Denghmingliani Zadeng In this paper, we present a mathematical model of diabetes mellitus, which is a metabolic disease concerned with the regulation process of glucose in the body by the pancreatic insulin. This paper considers the disappearance of glucose due to insulin action (insulin-dependent) as well as the disappearance of glucose due to tissue uptake such as the brain and nerve cells (insulin-independent) and rise in glucose level due to infusion through meal intake, oral glucose intake, continuous nutrition absorption and constant infusion. The linear and non-linear cases are considered and the model is analyzed using Lyapunovs method. Conditions for local as well as global stability are obtained. Numerical simulations are carried out and graphs are also generated to indicate the role of insulin in the regulation process of glucose in the human body.
Zosteriform Piloleiomyoma - A Rare Clinical Presentation published in

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

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Banyuriatiga1, Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto2, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati2 1 Student of Postgraduate Program of Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada 2 Lecturers of Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada This study aims to determine: (1) the factors that influence the production of seaweed and (2) the level of technical efficiency obtained by seaweed farmers in Tarakan. Since 2009, most of the fishermen on the coast of Amal turned into seaweed farming as it is more profitable and easier to cultivate. The basic method used in this research is descriptive method while the location of the research was determined by intentional or purposive sampling. The sample selection for seaweed farmer respondents used simple random sampling of 100 seaweed farmers. The results showed that the factors of production which have positive and significant impact on seaweed production in Tarakan are farm area, seeds, labor and dummy for location. The technical efficiency in a secure or unsecured locations are 0,93 and 0,82, respectively, with the average value of the technical efficiency of seaweed farmers in general is 0,92. Socio-economic factors affecting technical inefficiency are farmers’age, farming experience, number of family members, education and dummy for location. However, the experience of farming and dummy for location have negative coefficients which means that both are able to increase the level of technical efficiency of seaweed farming.
DOMAIN EXPERTISE IN INTERNAL AUDIT FOR ROBUST INTERNAL CONTROL MECHANISM OF CONSTRUCTION FIRMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pankaj R. Jadhav*, Raju Narwade, Manisha Jamgade There are many construction firms in India which are run by the big business houses. They are being operated on a very large scale, thereby leaving for very less scope of any disorganization in the management. With the increase in scale of operations, increases the scope of fraud or any flaw that may have an adverse effect on the company as well as the investors. Effective internal audit provides a tool to ease out all the complexities, ensures that systems and processes are adequate to support the growth and are adapted to the changes in various applicable regulations, thereby ensuring sustained growth and development. For effectiveness of internal audit, it is necessary for the auditor to understand the business and operations of the construction firms. Hence it is necessary that the audit team should comprise of qualified technical engineers to understand nitigrities of construction business. This paper discusses the detailed methodology adopted for the effective internal control of the construction firms as well as help the top level management to observe overall progress of their firm and the role of domain expertise in internal audit.
DIFFERENTIAL OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF AREAS OF BELARUS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Tat'iana Tsetsiarynets, Dmitrii Chyzh Article is devoted to studying of level of the differentiation of social and economic development of areas of the Republic of Belarus. Purpose: The analysis of level of social and economic development of areas of the Republic of Belarus in the context of the main macroparameters, such as structure of the population and use of a manpower, real sector of economy in a section of areas, studying of interrelation of the real monetary income of the population and labor productivity in areas of Belarus, preparation of analytical conclusions. Methods – analytical, a comparison method, economic-mathematical. Results of work: The carried-out analysis of level of social and economic development of areas of Belarus allowed to reveal essential disproportions in a context of the main macroparameters, and studying of interrelations of the main indicators – to reveal «narrow» places and points of growth of development of regions. Conclusions: The constructive proposals providing neutralization of economic asymmetry of social and economic development of areas are developed.
Adjustment Problems of HIV Positive Widows in Manipur published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Keisham Shitaljit Singh -
F.d.i. Reforms in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jaspreet Kaur Foreign direct investment, well known as FDI, is investment done directly in productive, manufacturing or business activities by a company or any financial institution of one country into other country. It provides an inflow of foreign capital and funds into host country it can also provide a source of new technologies, capital, skills, product and help in economic development. Foreign direct investment can be done by a company into another country by expanding the existing business or by buying the company in that country in which direct investment is to be done. FDI can be done by 1) Incorporating a wholly owned subsidiary or company anywhere. 2) Acquiring shares in an associated enterprise,. 3) Through a merger. 4) Participating in joint venture. Foreign direct investment plays important role in economic development of a country. Therefore all developing countries seek FDI not only as a supplement to domestic investment but as a source of foreign exchange and to ease pressure on balance of payment. Considering the economic benefits of FDI, India has adopted a set of economic reforms since early 1990s. This paper throws light on those FDI reforms which were introduced time to time to enhance FDI.
Devices-Smart Electric Surveillance published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aishwarya C | Ankita Vyas | Deepa TP | Sowmya MS Electric energy utilization is the type of energy consumption that uses power. Electricity utilization is the actual power demand made on current electricity supply. Electric and electronic devices absorb electric power to bring about expected turnout (i.e., light, heat, motion, etc.). Majority of the house members cannot rely on their usage of electricity and the electric bills. Unexpectedly its always high than what theyve expected even after careful usage of it. To overcome this problem, an automatic alert system is to be set with the digital meter for which a threshold limit of a day is given. Once the threshold limit has been reached, an automatic alert is sent to the authentic person indicating that theyve reached the limit. This proposed technology would help the person to have an idea of usage of electricity in their day to day life, which would help them to limit their usage. Aishwarya C | Ankita Vyas | Deepa TP | Sowmya MS"Devices-Smart Electric Surveillance" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14480.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/information-technology/14480/devices-smart-electric-surveillance/aishwarya-c
Making Right to Education a Reality For Indian Children published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jacquline Marie Longina D Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another G.K.Chesterton Education is very important among all of us. Its the education which transforms a person to live a better life and more importantly in a socially well being. It educates us with all the needed attributes in leading our life in a proper lifestyle. Education does make a remarkable effect on ones personality. Education is the one which provides us the thrust in getting ahead and doing something constructive in our near future. Education involves gathering of knowledge in whatever aspects. It helps a person to draw the best out of their mind and spirit. It plays a vital role in the personal growth and the social development among all of us. It imparts us with all the power and necessities in making a noticeable mark in any of the field. It becomes a quite challenging factor among many of the developing countries in spreading the awareness of education. But, in spite of that, we can hear a number of cases where almost all the people get the privilege to get educated provided by the governing bodies, which is indeed a positive sign. On account of the high importance of education among everyone, steps taken by respective governing bodies have eventually led a high literacy rate among many regions. It is on imparting education among all by which one can learn to get civilized and leading their life in a healthy way. Every child between the ages of 6 to 14 years has the right to free and compulsory education. This is stated as per the 86th Constitution Amendment Act added Article 21A. The right to education act seeks to give effect to this amendment. The government schools shall provide free education to all the children and the schools will be managed by school management committees (SMC). Private schools shall admit at least 25% of the children in their schools without any fee. The National Commission for Elementary Education shall be constituted to monitor all aspects of elementary education including quality. Education is one of the most powerful instruments for reducing poverty and inequality. Education is equally key to enhance Indias competitiveness in the global economy. Therefore, ensuring access to quality education for all, in particular for the poor and rural population, is central to the economic and social development of India. This paper traces the importance of education for children and presents a critical appraisal of the same. The authors also present suggestions to make right to education a reality for Indian children.
The Concept of Peace Zone in The Indian Ocean: Past, Present And Future published in

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HEISENBERG FORM OF UNCERTAINTY RELATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohammed Yousif*, Mohammed Ali Basheir, Emadaldeen Abdalrahim This paper, deals with the uncertainty relation for photons. In [Phys.Rev.Let.108, 140401 (2012)], and [1] the uncertainty relation was obtained as a sharp inequality by using the energy distribution on space. The relation we obtain here is an alternative to the one given in [Phys.Rev.Let.108, 140401 (2012)] by the use of the position of the center of the energy operator. The fact that the components of the center is non commutative affected the right hand side of the Heisenberg inequality. But this resolved by the increase of the photon ener gy. Furthermore we study the uncertainty of Heisenberg with respect to angular momentum and Foureir. We end the paper by giving some examples
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES WITH ANGIOPTERIS EVECTA ROOTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Forhad Molla, Shahnaz Rahman, A.B.M. Anwarul Bashar, *Mohammed Rahmatullah Objective: The objective of the present study was to phytochemically screen and evaluate the antihyperglycemic and analgesic potential of methanolic extract of Angiopteris evecta roots. Methods: Extract was administered orally at doses of 50-400 mg/kg. Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was used to evaluate antihyperglycemic 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 11.3, 23.0, 32.8, and 46.7%, respectively. By comparison, a standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide (10mg/kg) reduced blood glucose levels by 47.4%. In acetic acid-induced pain model, the extract reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 25.9, 40.7, 48.1, and 59.3%, respectively, at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg. A standard analgesic drug, aspirin (200 and 400 mg/kg) reduced abdominal constrictions by 48.1 and 63.0%, respectively . Conclusion: The extract possesses significant antihyperglycemic and analgesic potential.
The Incorporation of Biomimicry into an Architectural Design Process: A New Approach towards Sustainability of Built Environment published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Parag L. Sarwate and Akshay P. Patil A brief literature review on Biomimicry and Architecture has been arranged into a rational system and has been systematically customized to find the application of Biomimicry in the design processes involved architecture. The main objective of this research is to find out how Biomimicry principles help in architecture of space, structure or enclosure, its experience in space & time, technological achievement, program or strategy development and compatibility to its context. Mapping of research literature has been done on the basis of a framework of the System of Inquiry, Strategies and Tactics.
Preparation and characterization of fruit-mediated silver nanoparticles using pomegranate extract and assessment of its antimicrobial activities published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

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G. Gnana Jobitha 1, S. Rajeshkumar 2, G. Annadurai 3*, C. Kannan 4. Today the Green nanoparticle synthesis has been achieved using environmentally acceptable solvent systems and eco-friendly reducing and capping agents. The present study investigated the synthesis of silver nanoparticle using pomegranate fruit extract as reducing agent to synthesize silver nanoparticles. The formation of nanosized silver was confirmed by its characteristic surface plasmon absorption peak at around 460 nm in UVvis spectra. The morphology and crystalline nature, were characterized by Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray analysis(EDAX) X-ray diffraction (XRD), and conform the active functional groups present in the synthesized silver molecule by Fourier transform infra-red (FTIR) spectroscopy. Moreover, their antibacterial activity has been tested against Bacillussubtilis, (Gram positive) and Klebsiella planticolae (Gram-negative). The approach of plant-mediated synthesis appearsto be cost efficient, eco-friendly and easy alternative to conventional methods of silver nanoparticles synthesis.
SYNERGETIC ACTIVITY OF METHANOLIC EXTRACT OF SYZYGIUM CUMINI (L) SKEELS (SEEDS), COSTUS IGNEUS (NAK) (LEAVES), AND MUCUNA PRURIENS (L.) DC (SEEDS) FOR ANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITY. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Arjun .G*, Kiran.B, Yogisha.S In vitro evaluation of three plants viz., S. cumini (Seeds) C. igneus (Leaves) and M. pruriens (Seeds) showed a promising result in inhibition of ?- Glucosidase tested at 0.0, 2.5, 5.0, 10.0, 20.0, 40.0, 80.0 and 160 g/ml concentration. Moderate activity was recorded in 2.5, 5.0, 10.0 g/ml concentration. 22.11 percent of inhibition was recorded in 20.0 g/ml, 38.22 percent in 40.0 g/ml, 42.11 percent in 80.0 g/ml and 49.13 percent in 160.0 g/ml. all the result was compared to standard acarbose. In aldose reductase inhibition assay tested at 5 to 320 g/ml concentration showed significant activity and recorded 8.90 percent in 20.0 g/ml, 12.33 percent in 40.0 g/ml concentration. Highly significant activity was observed in 80, 160 and 320 g/ml concentration and recorded 20.11, 24.55 and 34.55 percent respectively.
A HISTORIOGRAPHY OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony This piece argues that there is a possibility of a history of African philosophy, which is strongly linked to the problem of methodology, precisely the problem of orature and collective thought. Contrary to the perspective of the universalists, it traces the historical evolution of African philosophy from the Tempelcian period and even beyond. It moves beyond a discussion on the possibility of the history of African philosophy to a discussion of its periodization. It submits that the periods of the development of African philosophy can be categorized into the Ancient, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary traditions of African philosophy.
AC IMPEDANCE AND VIBRATIONAL STUDIES OF BIOPOLYMER ELECTROLYTE CORNSTARCH:NH SCN published in

International Education and Research Journal

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G. GURULAKSHMI, P. MAHALAKSHMI, K. P. RADHA, Miss MONISHA Solid polymer electrolytes (SPEs) based on biopolymer play a vital role in creating materials for energy storage devices such as batteries and fuel cells. An attempt has been made to prepare solid polymer electrolyte using the biopolymer starch and the doping salt ammonium thiocyanate (NH4SCN) by solution casting technique with DMSO as solvent. The FTIR analysis confirms the complex formation between the polymer and salt. The AC impedance spectroscopy reveals that the biopolymer electrolyte 75 mol% of cornstarch: 25 mol % of NH4SCN has the maximum ionic conductivity 2.76х10-5 Scm-1 with low activation energy (0.32eV) among the prepared samples The ionic conductivity of the best conducting electrolyte increases with increase in temperature suggesting that the ionic conductivity is temperature dependent. The transport number measurement studies confirm that the ionic conductivity in these polymers is due to proton ions.
ROLE OF NEUROPROTEINS IN THE PROGRESSION OF THE ALZHEIMERS DISEASE published in

Escalating Research

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Sadaf Mumtaz Neuroproteins are present in the brain cells account as one of the leading cause of Alzheimers disease. These proteins are Beta-amyloid protein and tau proteins, usually involved in the formation of microtubular system. As the disease progresses, the both neuroproteins form the plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in the CSF disrupts the entire microtubular system. The first symptoms of the disease appear at enhanced level of predictive markers of the disease after reaching at certain threshold level. The total brain size shrinks with Alzheimer's - the tissue has increasingly fewer nerve cells and connections.
Effect of various concentrations of plant growth regulators and commercial sugar on meristem tip culture on commercial sugarcane variety CoA92081 (87A298) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D. ADILAKSHMI*, K. PRASADA RAO, M. CHARUMATI, P. BEBI AND K. JAYACHANDRA The effect of plant growth regulators and commercial sugar concentration on in vitro morphogenesis of commercial sugarcane variety CoA92081 (87A298) through meristem tip culture was tested. Data on initiation (%), multiplication (%), effect of NAA on rooting (%) and effect of NAA and sugar concentration on rooting (%) were subjected for statistical analysis. Initiation was found to be superior at MS media supplemented with 0.20mg/l BAP and 0.1mg/l KN (80.17) followed by multiplication at MS media supplemented with0.25mg/l BAP and 0.1mg/l KN (84.15) which was significantly superior over other treatments. Rooting per cent was found to be superior at strength MS media supplemented with 5mg/l NAA with 3 per cent sugar (51.48). Among various concentrations tested, 3 per cent commercial sugar appeared to be optimum for shoot regeneration and the same can be used for multiplication and 4 per cent commercial sugar appeared good for rooting along with 5mg/l NAA (84.43). This protocol provides a successful technique that can be used for rapid propagation
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

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?????????? ????? ?????????? The article describes the concept and the main types of investment projects and features of innovation and investment projects in high-tech industries. It is proposed, along with the calculation of cost efficiency, to examine projects using complex methods. The author proposes to calculate indicators of economic efficiency and to examine projects with complex of methods.
Automated Biometric-EVM Implemented Using Lab-View published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

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

Escalating Research

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Amna khan Try to take what I am saying at face value and do not try to read into it. I am not capable of that kind of phrasing Many of us might have seen people with some awkward or strange facial expression and we might have come across with people who may have difficulty in understanding nonverbal communications, social interactions and in sequencing the objects. Such people are supposed to have Autism. Autism is acknowledged as complex developmental disability which is mostly said to appear in first three years of a child not every child be a victim of it but if you observe a child with abnormal facial expression or unsocial behavior then he might be at risk of autism. Historically the traces of autism were prevailing earlier in 1943 but it was Leo Kanner who first clarified the details of autistic behavior. Prior to his explanation autism was named as childhood schizophrenia. Kanner observed that such affected individuals were showing difficulty in understanding others feelings and they are obsessive. Such infants might face visual hindrances. Autism spectrum disorder is another wide term used for lifelong complex neurological disorder with no known cause in many cases but it is portrayed by three spheres of influence mostly communication, interaction and monotonous behaviors.
First Thoracic Artery Coronary Steal Syndrome Post Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. P. C. Halkati, Dr. S. V. Patted, Dr. Ranjan Modi, Dr. Ameet Sattur, Mr. Rajesh Tasgaonkar The use of the arterial and venous vessels as conduits to the native coronary arteries is recommended by the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association as a coronary bypass graft1. Recurrence of the symptoms post bypass are commonly seen if there is stenosis of the bypass vessel itself , Left internal mammary artery (LIMA) or Saphenous Venous Graft(SVG) ,of the vessel supplying it (Subclavian artery) or compromise of blood flow due to a large branch arisng from the main vessel (Lateral Thoracic artery ). Coronary subclavian steal syndrome (CSSS) is caused by retrograde blood flow through the internal mammary artery graft. Coronary steal due to a large first thoracic artery which is a branch of the internal mammary artery is not well known or documented in literature .We present a series of cases of coiling of the large thoracic artery as therapeutic option for Coronary steal syndrome. We present case reports of four elderly post coronary artery bypass (CABG) patients who underwent first thoracic artery coiling . All patients were similar in the baseline demographic characteristics with LIMA to LAD graft . Two different techniques were used for the procedure , for two patients the multipurpose catheter was used for the deployement of the coil and the rest two underwent the procedure with the use of a microcatheter .
Preservation of Sapota (Manilkara zapota) by Edible Aloe Vera Gel Coating to Maintain its Quality published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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N.Padmaja, N.Padmaja Over ripening of Sapota (Manilkara zapota) fruits at the post harvest stage usually results in a dramatic decline in quality. Aloe vera gel which has been known for its therapeutic, antibacterial and antifungal properties is used as an edible coating to prolong the storage life of tropical and sub tropical fruits, which would be an innovative and interesting means for commercial application as a means of preservation. An attempt has been made to optimize the post harvest dip treatment for shelf life extension maintaining and organo leptic characteristics of Sapota. Aloe vera gel coating of 1:2, 7 minutes and packaged in LDPE film has extended the storage life of Sapota to 20 days at 15 2o c by maintaining initial characteristics of fruits while the untreated Sapota lost its quality attributes after 10 days.
The Criminal Journalism: The theoretical foundations of experimental approaches of determine the impact of media violence on the audience. The fi rst part published in

Psycholinguistics

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Porfimovych O.L. The article analyzes the overall situation in the country regarding the impact of journalistic materials that contain scenes of violence, in terms of audience mood. It contains a short historical review on the subject. It emphasizes on the exceptional relevance of researches by students who belong to media specialties in this area. Key words: the impact of media, the criminal journalism, the media violence, researches.
DESIGN OF 32 BIT SINGLE PRECISION FLOATING POINT MULTIPLIER USINGVEDIC MATHEMATICS published in

International Engineering Journal For Research & Development

Published by Mr.Amit Manikrao
Ms.Radhika Jumde,Ms.Gauri Jambhulkar,Ms.Megha Chalakh,Ms.Dhanashri Bhagat This project presents a 32-bit single precision floating point multiplier based on Vedic mathematics. To improve delay a new algorithm called Urdhva-Triyakbhyam will be design for the multiplier design. By using this approach number of components will be decreased and complexity of hardware circuit will also be decrease. In this project, Vedic multiplication technique will be used to design IEEE 754 floating point multiplier. The Urdhva-Triyakbhyam sutra is used for the multiplication of Mantissa i.e. 24x24 bits. The sign bit of the result is calculated using one XOR gate and a Carry Save Adder is used for adding the two biased Exponents. The underflow and overflow cases are handled. The inputs to the multiplier are provided in IEEE 754 i.e. 32 bit format. The multiplier will be design, synthesize and stimulate in VHDL using Xilinx ISE tool.
METHOD OF PARTICLE CHARACTERISATION; MORPHOLOGY BY IMAGE ANALYSIS published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
K. Belaroui, M. N. Pons The morphology involved in the area of particles analysis, particularly in particle size analysis. Only the sphere can be defined by a single size parameter, its diameter. As soon as one deviates from this form, it is necessary to use several sizes (length, width, thickness,...) and uses a shape factor. The aim of our work is to establish a morphological characterization of particles. The particle size analysis determines the size distribution of a population of particles using a laser granulometer device. The evolution of particle size distributions is complemented by a study on the particle shape. Thus, morphological analysis consists to acquire images of the particles by using a scanning electron microscopy which will be then processed using an algorithm. The treatment is a set of operations that are thresholding, erosion, expansion and reconstruction of the image. Data processing is performed based on a set of dimensional parameters.
An integrated double input DC-DC buck converter in hybrid energy system published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chandrasekhar B, Sanjay Lakshminarayanan and Sudhir Kumar R Integration of more than one energy source depends on the power electronic converters is an interesting and challenging task for researchers. In this paper, integrated double input DC to DC converter for low voltage energy source applications is explained. Integrated buck converter which can step down the input voltage according to output voltage required at the load end. The converter is able to integrate different voltages of various energy sources such as solar photovoltaic, wind energy system, fuel cell and diesel etc. of relatively low voltage. The converter is designed considering double input, in which same or different type of two inputs can be used individually or simultaneously. Modes of operation of converter are described in detail, closed loop simulation with a PI controller using MATLAB/SimulinkTM results are presented in detail.
SOME PROBLEMS OF TEACHING THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS OF ENGINEERING SPECIALTIES IN RUSSIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Maxim Ruslanovich Moskalenko This paper discusses the features of the teaching of history of science and technology for students engineering and technical specialties in Russia. Considered relevant and interesting questions for students: the main prevailing myths and misconceptions about various aspects the historical, scientific and technological development; specificity of scientific and technological forecasting; characteristics and patterns of development of scientific culture as an important factor of modernization. Studying these and other issues could expand the level of erudition and scientific horizon of future engineers and improve the quality of their training.
VOICED AND UNVOICED SEPARATION IN SPEECH AUDITORY BRAINSTEM RESPONSES OF HUMAN SUBJECTS USING ZERO CROSSING RATE (ZCR) AND ENERGY OF THE SPEECH SIGNAL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ranganadh Narayanam In speech signals two activities - voiced & unvoiced - are prominently observed, in both the cases of “production speech” from mouth, and “hearing speech” passed through ears-brainstem-and brain. These speech signals are broadly categorized into these two regions: Voiced- nearly periodic in nature; Unvoiced – random noise like in nature. For many speech applications it is most important to distinguish between Voiced and Unvoiced speech. We have collected Speech Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABR), from healthy human subjects, for “consonant-vowel” stimulus, using single electrode EEG – having Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials data of voiced and unvoiced combined regions. For this Speech ABR we have proposed two simple & best approaches to detect the Voiced & Unvoiced regions in the EEG Data - first approach is Zero Crossing Rate (ZCR) & Second approach is Short Time Energy (STE). We have collected real time data from 20 different healthy human subjects in an audiology lab of University of Ottawa. We have collected the data at the sampling frequency of 3202 Hz (3.202 KHz). For this research article, we did the Voiced/Unvoiced separation experiment on the Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEP) data for 2 different human subjects. We observed that even for Speech Auditory Brainstem Responses the combined algorithm of ZCR & STE is very good solution for the separation of voiced/unvoiced parts
Exact Solution of Energy Fractional Equation published in

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Ahmad El-Kahlout Fourier sine transform and Laplace transform are used for solving the energy equation with fractional derivative, where the fractional derivative is defined in the Caputo sense of order m ?1 < ? ? m . The solution of classical problem for the energy equation has been obtained as limiting case.
Decision-Making using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Virendra Rajput, Dr.A.C.Shukla This paper aims at examining the applicability of Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) in Two Wheeler Industry. For this purpose, customer needs are determined through direct interviews, observation and data analyses. The quantification and prioritization of customer needs are done on the hierarchy diagram providing accurate ratio-scale priorities. The relationship, which is between product and customers requirements, is determined by Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). A well researched methodology has been adopted for the synthesis of priorities and the measurement of consistencies. A consistency ratio has also been calculated.
A retrospective study of adherence to malaria treatment guidelines for children in rural health facilities of southwest Nigeria published in

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Saka SA, Fakeye OT Background: The World Health Organisation (WHO), in 2006 and in 2010, published malaria treatment guidelines for effective case management of malaria. This study was carried out to assess the adherence of prescribers to these guidelines. Method: A retrospective pre-intervention study of adherence to malaria treatment guidelines in selected hospitals of Oyo State was carried out. Convenience sampling was used to select the case records of children below five years of age who were treated for uncomplicated malaria at the out- patient departments of selected hospitals between January and June 2010. Specifically, the use of Artemisinin-Combination Therapy (ACT) and diagnostic procedures for malaria were evaluated. Result: The records of 1445 children were studied. Chloroquine mono therapy was the most frequently used antimalarial treatment (380; 26.3%). ACTs were prescribed in 35.1% cases, artesunate mono therapy for 3.6%and non-recommended antimalarial combinations for 26.1% of cases. Parasitological diagnosis of malaria was carried out in 17.2% children. Thirty six children (2.5%) with negative microscopic results received anti-malarial drugs. Lack of clinical improvement was observed among 0.8% of the children who were prescribed various ACTs. Conclusion: The study identified non-adherence to WHO malaria treatment guidelines. The prescribers relied more on clinical judgement than parasitological diagnosis of malaria. Adequate and continuous training of health workers on case management of malaria is recommended.
Improving the Performance of PEM Fuel Cell by Varying the Number of Flow Channels published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
M. Saravanan | R. Girimurugan A fuel cell is a device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, water, and heat through electrochemical reactions. The water formation cause major problem and it affects performance of fuel cell. In PEM fuel cell excess and least amount of water level may reduces the performance and the efficiency of the fuel cell. The performance of PEM fuel cell mainly depends on flow parameters and design parameters. In this project, the number of pass of serpentine type flow channel was varied and their performances were calculated. The complete model of PEM fuel cell with single, two & three pass serpentine type flow channels were modeled using SOLID WORKS & AUTOCAD software packages, the surface meshing was done using ANSA software, volume meshing was done using TGRID software and analysis was done using ANSYS FLUENT 13.0 software. From the analysis, it was found that the three pass serpentine type flow channel gave better performance, when compared to single pass and two pass flow channels. M. Saravanan | R. Girimurugan"Improving the Performance of PEM Fuel Cell by Varying the Number of Flow Channels" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5975.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/5975/improving-the-performance-of-pem-fuel-cell-by--varying-the-number-of-flow-channels/m-saravanan
Banking Industry Under Transition (Moving Towards Customer Focused-Retail Banking) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Noor Alam Khan, Firoz Husain After privatization and liberalization the Indian Banking sector developed and diversified at individual reach. The RBI also nationalized the good amount of commercial banks and co-operative banks for providing socio-economic services at micro-level. All around the world Retail Banking has been an established market; however its rise in emerging economies like India has been of recent origin. Indias retail banking is rising continuously where retail is contributing more than 30% of overall credit growth. Banking as a whole is undergoing change and consumer is getting transacted into a larger demand for retail banking products and services. Major product segments of retail credit include housing finance, auto finance, personal loans, consumer durables loan, credit card etc. In India, all the retail Banking segments are expected to witness a tremendous growth owing to the low cost of borrowing, changing customers attitudes towards borrowing and optimism regarding economic growth. Retail banking in India has to be developed in the Indian way, notwithstanding the long queues in front of the teller counters in the public sector banks. Retail banks provides e-banking facilities for their high net worth and techno-savvy customers which enables to do the banking transactions from anywhere in the world without physically going down to the branch. An attempt has been made under this study to observe the transition of banking industry toward customer focused retail banking. Gone are the days when customer use to wait outside SBI Branches for different services. With privatization of banking industry and emergent of new technology based banks like ICICI, HDFC etc, the entire banking system is on transition mode where customer is King and they are on receiving end. Present era is service era where banks have to give prompt service to their customer either being it branch banking or net banking or mobile banking. In short banking now is shifting from leisure brick and mortar to quick and responsive banking. The banks which are quick in their metamorphosis will lead the industry others will only be follower.
Effects of biofertilizer enriched vermicompost on the growth parameters of Vigna unguiculata (L.) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Amp Quot Natarajan Manivannan, Gunalan Udhayakumar, Murugesan Gnanadesigan, Nooruddin Thajuddin, Thilagavathy Daniel, V. K. Sivakumar, R. R. Thanighaiarassu, D. Raghunathan, P. Sivamani Amp Quot The present study aimed to identify the productivity of cow pea plant with biofertilizer enriched vermicompost. The values of maximum root length, shoot length, number of root nodules, internodes, number of appeared flowers, number of pods appeared, pod length, pod wet weight and number of seeds found higher on 70th day with VC (TP + CA) + MI 108 treated plants. The level of C/N and C/P ratio found maximum in leaf litter of GS + CD (1:1) and Leaf litter of (CA + GS) + CD (1:1:2) treated vermicompost. The total numbers (140.16) and total biomass (61.36 g) of the recovered worms found higher in leaf litter of (TP + CA) + CW (1:1:2) in treated litters. The microbial counts found higher in leaf litter of (TP + CA) + CD (1:1:2) treatments. The percentage occurrence of nutritional factor, chlorophyll content and biochemical parameter found higher in (TP + CA) + CD (1:1:2) treated plants. It has concluded that, the enrichment of vermicompost with biofertilizer has enhanced the various physiological properties in Vigna unguiculata.
Prachin Evam Navin Mulyon Ki Avadharanae :- Tulnatmak Samiksha published in

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Dr. Chitra Sharma, Dr. Anil Shrivastava -
µ-β-generalized α-closed sets in generalized topological spaces published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Kowsalya M | Jayanthi D In this paper, we have introduced a new class of sets in generalized topological spaces called -µ-ß-generalized a-closed sets. Also we have investigated some of their basic properties. Kowsalya M | Jayanthi D"-µ-β-generalized α-closed sets in generalized topological spaces" 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/ijtsrd11665.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/applied-mathamatics/11665/-µ-β-generalized-α-closed-sets-in-generalized-topological-spaces/kowsalya-m
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

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MNEMONICS: A REMEDIAL METHOD FOR TEACHING SCIENCE published in

International Education and Research Journal

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S.ANANDHI, Dr. B.WILLIAM DHARMA RAJA Learning is the acquisition of knowledge and skills. Students find it difficult to learn and remember science vocabulary, names and years which are the inevitable parts of science education. Hence it became necessary to find an alternate way of teaching and learning. Mnemonics, an ancient art of memoryproved to be a technique that aids in learning and remembering could be employed as the remedial method in science education. The present study was an attempt to find the effectiveness of this technique among Standard VIII students in science. This was an experimental study of equivalent group pretest-posttest design. It was found out that mnemonic instruction has resulted in more effective learning and retention of the learnt material.
A comparative study on the dropout problem in secondary Education among Muslim community in relation to gender and economic status published in

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Dr. Md. Afsar Ali Dropout from education system suppresses human potentialities. This invites all round backwardness. There are high dropout rate among the Muslim communities. Parental decision to withdraw their wards from secondary education does not depend upon gender, but upon their economic status. Poverty forces them to withdraw their wards from schools.
Verdi and Wagner in early Victorian London: the viewpoint of The Musical World published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Massimo ZICARI As early as 1844, Henry Fothergill Chorley, one of the most authoritative figures of Victorian journalism, drew attention to two young composers, Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner, whose recent success could not escape the critics attention. However, while Verdis operas made their regular appearance in London over the decades following Ernanis premier at Her Majestys Theatre in 1845, it was not until 1870 (with LOlandese Dannato, alias Der Fliegende Hollnder) that the first full performance of a dramatic work by Wagner was given in the English capital city. Notwithstanding this disparity, a first glance at the reviews that appeared in The Times, The Musical World, The Athenaeum, The Sunday Times and The Spectator, and that were then reproduced in the columns of The Musical World, shows the extent to which, between 1845 and 1855, both composers became object of severe critical scrutiny. By the mid-1850s Wagners figure was conceptualized on the basis of factors that only in part depended on the quality of his music; yet, the manner in which his controversial writings impinged on the Victorian musical milieu benefited Verdis image, which came to be understood as a more reassuring popular composer.
PHYTOCONSTITUENT STUDY OF BROWN RICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

Published by peertechz publications
Ratnesh Ranjan* and Shikha Ranjan Chloramphenicol is a widely used topical ointment applied routinely for ocular and periorbital infections due to its wide spectrum of anti-bacterial activity. Local delayed hypersensitivity reaction to chloramphenicol is a well reported but uncommon adverse effect, and has been reported to be mismanaged initially as an infective cellulitis [1]. Hereby, we are reporting a case of local hypersensitivity reaction to chloramphenicol after ocular use for adenexal infection, which was diagnosed with high index of suspicion without any clinical test, and was managed timely and successfully.
استعارۀ موجود حقیقی به‌مثابه امر ثابت نزد ابن‌سینا و ملاصدرا published in

Hekmat e Mo'aser (Contemporary Wisdom)

Published by IHCS (Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies)
وحید خادم زاده براساس نظریه شناختی استعاره، فهم مفاهیم انتزاعی بواسطه استعاره های مفهومی میسر می­گردد بگونه ای که این استعاره­ها بخشی از فرایند شناخت محسوب می گردند و با حذف آنان، بخشی از معنای مفاهیم مذکور نیز از دست می رود.استعاره موجود حقیقی به مثابه امر ثابت به صورت گسترده ای توسط فلاسفه یونانی و مسلمان همانند پارمینیدس، افلاطون، ارسطو، ابن سینا و ملاصدرا مورد استفاده قرار گرفته است. هر کدام از این فلاسفه تعبیر خاص خود را از موجود حقیقی ارائه داده­اند اما در تمام این موارد یکی از مهمترین صفاتی که جهت توصیف موجود حقیقی بکار رفته است، ثبات و عدم تغییر است. در آثار فلاسفه مسلمان، واژگان حقیقت، تقرر و قوام از حیث لغوی به معنای ثبوت هستند. این واژگان در چارچوب استعاره مذکور جهت مفهوم سازی موجود حقیقی بکار گرفته شده­اند. در فلسفه سینوی، هر کدام از وجود و ماهیت به صورت مستقل به ثبوت، حقیقت، تقرر و قوام متصف شده­اند در حالی که در فلسفه صدرایی، تنها وجود استحقاق اتصاف به این صفات را دارد.
SURROGATE MOTHERHOOD: A RAY OF HOPE published in

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

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

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Pierre Dahdah, Giuseppe Bruschi* and Victor Jebara Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is an appropriate therapy to treat elderly patients with severe aortic stenosis considered high-risk surgical candidates. The safety and effectiveness of TAVI have been demonstrated in numerous observational clinical studies, national registries and also in controlled randomized trial [1,2]. The less invasive approach should be considered the transfemoral one, nevertheless a number of patients that are referred for TAVI are not eligible for trans-femoral access due to calcification, vascular narrowing, or tortuosity of ileo-femoral arteries. For them, the transapical, subclavian, or direct aortic approaches may be a suitable alternative. The choice of alternative access should be determined by the heart team based on anatomic characteristics and clinical status of the patient.
A Study to Evaluate the Medical Emergencies and Complications Among Diabetic and Non-Diabetic Patients Admitted in Medicine Department of Tertiary Care Hospital, Ahmedabad published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.Nirmal Brahmbhatt, Dr. Anoopsingh Rajput, Dr.Hitesh Bhabhor, Dr. Krunal Varia, Dr. Rajshree Bhatt, Dr. Niti Talsania Objective: To evaluate medical emergencies and complications among diabetic and non-diabetic patients. Methodology: A retrospective record base study along with interview of participants using semi-structured questionnaire was carried out at medicine department, Tertiary care hospital, Ahmadabad for period of 3 months. All 847 patients (age >20 years) admitted in hospital during study period were included. Result: Among the total 847 study participants about 84(9.9%) were diabetic. The ratio of occurrence of medical emergencies among diabetic and non-diabetic patients was found statistically significant While occurrence of complications among diabetic & nondiabetic patients were Neuropathy(16.66% & 3.27%), Cataract(8.33% & 5.63%), Peripheral vascular disease(5.95% & 3.80%), Retinopathy(5.95% & 2.22%) and Renal failure(2.38% & 2.22%) respectively. Occurrence of complications among the diabetic patients was found to be more which was supported by statistical analysis.
An Overview of Modern Endodontic Niti Systems published in

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Dr. Akriti Goel, Dr. Radhika Rastogi, Dr. B. Rajkumar, Dr. T. Manisha Choudary, Dr. Lalit Boruah, Dr. Vishesh Gupta, Dr. Ruchi Arora, Dr. Akanksha Bhatt A wide array of nickeltitanium (NiTi) instruments has been introduced for shaping root canals. Many variables and physical properties influence the clinical performance of NiTi rotaries. It is the clinical experience, handling properties, safety, and case outcomes that decides the fate of a particular instrument design. This review article appraises the metallurgical and mechanical properties of NiTi endodontic instruments in addition to discussing their experimental and clinical evaluations of the performance in endodontic treatment
A Review on Energy Storage Systems for Mitigation Power Fluctuations in Wind Turbine based Power System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sarvesh Garg | Geena Kalpesh Wind energy is in exhaustible renewable. Unlike conventional fossil fuels, wind energy is clean, abundant energy that will be available for future generations. However, wind speed is a highly stochastic component which can deviate very quickly. Output power of the wind energy conversion system (WECS) is proportional to the cube of wind speed, which causes the output power fluctuation of the wind turbine. The power fluctuation causes frequency fluctuation and voltage flicker inside the power grid. In order to reduce the power fluctuation, various approaches have been proposed in the last decades. This article deals with the review of several power smoothing strategies for the WECS. Power smoothing methods of the WECS are primarily separated in to two categories such as energy storage based power smoothing method and without energy storage based power smoothing method. The main objectives of this paper are to introduce operating principles for different power smoothing methods Sarvesh Garg | Geena Kalpesh"A Review on Energy Storage Systems for Mitigation Power Fluctuations in Wind Turbine based Power System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd170.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/170/a-review-on-energy-storage-systems-for-mitigation-power-fluctuations-in-wind-turbine-based-power-system/sarvesh-garg
GROWTH AND CHARACTERISATION OF SACROSINE DOPED POTTASSIUM DIHDROGEN PHOSPHATE CRYSTALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
K.Manimekalai *1 ,R.Rajasekaran Potassium dihydrogen phosphate is a material rich in NLO property with wide range of industrial applications. Certain Amino acids are also rich in NLO properties so they are used as dopants. In the present work Sacrosine one of the twenty amino acid is added in the ratio 1:1 molar percentage to KDP. Single crystals were grown by slow evaporation method. The grown crystals were characterized by powder X-ray diffraction, Single crystal XRay diffraction, UV–vis. -spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), SHG efficiency, Dielectric and Micro hardness studies. The single crystal X-ray diffraction studies reveal the structure and space group of the crystal. The powder X-ray diffraction study shows that the crystalline perfection of grown crystal is good. Fourier transform infrared studies confirm the functional groups of the crystals. It is seen from UV–vis studies that the optical transparency is found to increase much by adding chlorides. SHG efficiency of KDP is found to be slightly increasing with doping of Sacrosine. Dielectric studies show the conductivity and electrical behaviour of the crystal. Micro hardness studies show the mechanical stability of the crystal. KEYWORDS: KDP, FTIR, UV-Vis, NLO, XRD, SHG, Micro hardness
Demystifying Online Healthcare Services published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Dr. Ahmed H. Abdelreheem, Dr. Mohamed Y. Elshikh, Hussein K. Ultrahigh performance fiber reinforced concrete (UHPFRC), as a new class of concrete, has attracted a lot of attention in recent years. This type of concrete with a compressive strength of more than 150 MPa, has high packing density, very low permeability, superior durability and very high abrasion and corrosion resistance. Small steel fibers, used in UHPFRC, cause the increase of flexural strength and ductility. In the present study, it has been tried to produce ultrahigh performance fiber reinforced concrete using the most suitable available materials in Egypt: such as Portland cement, silica fume, quartz powder, steel fibers, superplasticizer, fine quartz sand, and fine crushed dolomite (max nominal size 4.75 mm). For all test specimens, a w/c of 0.18 was applied. Also, the effects of adding different amounts of quartz and silica fume on main properties of UHPC have been investigated. The results show that using the available materials together with steel fibers and conducting normal treatment, UHPFRC with compressive strength up to 151 MPa and flexural strength of 33.75 MPa was produced
EQUITY SHARE PRICE DETERMINANTS - AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS (An Empirical Analysis on select Steel Companies in India) published in

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Dr.B.K.Sathyanarayana The determinants of share prices are frequently a topic of debate. Economists and Investors hold diFferent view as far as the pricing of a share is concerned. Fundamental variables on share price are very much helpful to investors as it will help them in taking profitable investment decisions. To estimate the future share prices, fundamental analysts use stock valuation ratios to derive a share's current fair value and estimate future value. This study analyses selected steel companies to know the impact of selected accounting variables like Book Value, Dividend per Share, Earnings per Share, Size of the Firm, Dividend Payout ratio, Dividend Yield, Return on Net worth and P/E ratio on the equity prices of listed companies in Bombay Stock Exchange. The results confirm the significance of Book value and Return on Net worth as determinants of Market Share Price by the statistical tool of multiple regressions.
Corporate Social Responsibility is A way to Employee Motivation published in

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Dr. Rajarajeswari, Mrs. G. Vasuki This paper attempts to study the relationship between the employee motivation and Corporate Social Responsibility. Employees are the primary stakeholders who directly contribute to the success of the company, understanding employee reactions to corporate social responsibility may help to answer the questions about the potential effects of corporate social responsibility on firms as well as illuminate some of the processes responsible for them. This paper specifically examines the relationship between intrinsic rewards, extrinsic rewards, internal CSR, external CSR (customer related), external CSR (local communities related), external CSR (business partner related) and employee motivation. It also examines relationship between employee motivation and organizational commitment. We are coming out with top ten ways to use CSR to motivate employees.
Campamento universitario multidisciplinario de investigacin y servicio (CUMIS) como estrategia de intervencin comunitaria published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
lvaro Mondragn Cardona, Carlos Felipe Campo Betancourth, Daniel Tobn Garca, Carlos Eduardo Jimnez Canizalez, Vernica Alzate Carvajal, Jos William Martnez Introduction: community intervention and social work in vulnerable populations are initiatives led by the urge to research the health impact of various students scientific societies. Methods: the purpose of this project is to describe how the Multidisciplinary College Camp for Services and Research(CUMIS) is a student strategy of community work and scientific research. Universities from Colombia are the main participants and are led by the Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira. Results: the first version of this strategy took place in Caimalito, Pereira, Risaralda from the 27th to the 30th of March 2010. Health brigades, educational talks and scientific research were performed. Conclusion: CUMIS allowed students to apply their theoretical knowledge and develop research projects to help a community in need.
EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENT, ANALYSIS AND MODELLING OF DEPENDENCY EMISSIVITY IN FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
N. Baba Ahmed, A. Benmoussat, T. Benouaz We propose a direct method of measurement of the total emissivity of opaque samples on a range of temperature around the ambient one. The method rests on the modulation of the temperature of the sample and the infra-red signal processing resulting from the surface of the sample we model the total emissivity obtained in experiments according to the temperature to establish linear correlations. This leads us to apply the method of optimal linearization associated the finite element method with the nonlinear problem of transfer of heat if thermal conductivity, the specific heat and the emissivity of studied material depend on the temperature. We obtain a good agreement between the resolution of the nonlinear equation of heat and the results obtained by the experimentation.
Delineating the Therapeutic Effectiveness of Allicin on Eryptosis During Chronic Pb2+ Exposure in Mice published in

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Avik Sarkar, Dipanjan Bhattacharjee, Dipanwita Sengupta, Soumosish Paul, Kaustav Dutta Chowdhury, Pradip Kumar Sur, Gobinda Chandra Sadhukhan Chronic Pb2 + intoxication to erythrocytes causes anaemia due to early red cell death which primarily accounts for generation of free radicals followed by waning of antioxidant system and development of oxidative stress. Garlic is a well known plant product which imparts beneficiary effect against different diseases. It is a store house of different active compounds and among which allicin has most potent antioxidant ability and metal scavenging capacity. It also protects the cell against lipoperoxidative damages. In present study, we evaluated the therapeutic efficacy of allicin against erythrocyte death after Pb2 + exposure. Results suggested that allicin treatment in Pb2+ exposed mice exhibited sharp decline in PS exposure and increase in erythrocyte intracellular GSH content followed by downregulation of lipid and protein oxidations. Findings also indicated that allicin has the ability to restore red cell lifespan during chronic Pb2 + exposure.
Geometric Forms of Gully Basin Micro-Features and Their Significances: A Study on Lateritic Area of Medinipur, India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Subhendu Ghosh This paper assesses the significance of geometric forms of microstructure and microgeomorphology of the gully morphology in lateritic area of Medinipur, India.
REVIEW ARTICLE ON MORBIDITY PATTERN IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Uzma Eram* Most of the surveys show that health status of adolescent girls are at sub-optimal level. It is also an intense anabolic period when requirements for all nutrients increase. The health problems of adolescents are very different from those of younger children and adults. Majority of adolescents still do not have access to information on reproductive health and rights, nor do they have access to preventive and curative services. This study was done to review the literature on various morbidities among adolescent girls. The health and nutritional status of adolescent girls is very poor in rural areas. It is because of gender discrimination in the families. Regular health check –ups and periodical examination in the schools and families should be done by health workers. De-worming should be done on a mass level at regular intervals. Adolescent clinics should be opened in the health centres.
Simulation Gasification of Solid Waste from Agricultural Products in Vietnam published in

International Journal of Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Hien Van Le, Nghia Hieu Nguyen The interest in biomass utilization has been enhanced in recent years. With the Biomass-Heat pipe-Gasifier (HPG), an innovative pressurized allothermic gasification technology, a hydrogen-rich product gas can be generated, which is well suitable for production of fuel gas. Based on this model the thermo-chemical conversion process of solid biomass in the HPG was analyzed. The operating parameters reactor temperature and pressure as well as mean residence time were varied and their influence on amount and composition of residue char was determined. Further an efficiency diagram, characterizing the operation state of the HPG, was created.
METHOD DEVLOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF METFORMN AND GLIMEPIRIDE IN TABLET DOSAGE FORM BY RP-HPLC METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Somnath Gaikwad*, Dr.Laxman Kavale, Namrata Bhirud, Rahinj Bebi, Nitin Girawale, Mayur Gandhi The present work was undertaken with an objective to develop an accurate, simple, precise and reliable method for estimation of Metformin and Glimepiride in their combined dosage form. An RPHPLC method was developed and validated for the determination of Metformin and Glimepiride in tablet dosage form. The analytes were resolved by using gradient programme. Hypersil Gold C18 column (4.6 x 250 mm, 5 ?) is used for separation and injection volume was 20 ?L, mobile phase used is Methanol: Phosphate buffer (pH -3), at a flow rate of 0.8ml/min, on HPLC auto -sampler system containing UVvisible detector with Workstation Software. The detection of Metformin and Glimepiride were carried out at 237 nm and 228 nm respectively and isobestic point at 241 nm. The method gave the good resolution and suitable retention time. The results of analysis in all the method were validated as per ICH guidelines.
THE FORMATION OF THE INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF RURAL TRADE published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Hennadiy APOPIY The article considers the role and importance of the institutional environment in the functioning of rural trade, the proposed structural model of institutional development and functioning of rural trade.
ISOLATION, CHARACTERISATION AND EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT AND IN-VITRO ANTICANCER ACTIVITY OF CHITIN AND CHITOSAN FROM CARAPACE OF CULTURED PENAEUS MONODON SPECIES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shabna Roupal Morais* D.Manasa, Divyasree Medikonda, Dr K.Chitra Exploration of the sea and its organisms is still at a relatively early stage. Although the oceans contain much greater biodiversity, identifying of new biological activities have hardly begun. Chitin and Chitosan are proteinaceous substances that can be isolated from the marine sources like crustaceans. In the present study Chitin & Chitosan have been isolated from the carapace of the cultured Penaeus monodon species. Chitin is a non-toxic, biodegradable polymer of high molecular weight and a modified polysaccharide that contains nitrogen. Chitosan is deacetylated chitin, a hydrophillic biopolymer, naturally occurring, non-toxic, biodegradable polysaccharide. The goal of the present study is to isolate Chitin and Chitosan from the eco-waste of the cultured species of Penaeus monodon and to further study its antioxidant and in-vitro anticancer activity. Chitin and Chitosan are used as nutritional supplements in the market. Hence this study identifies opportunities to develop value added products from crustacean processing by-products with different biological activity.
Social Media for Promoting Excellence in Women Development: Miracle or Myth published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kiran Rani With the technology onslaught, contribution of social media in influencing the life choices of the young minds has been immense. With its unusual user-friendly attributes, social media has made an impact on every aspect of life. In the field of education, the teaching-learning ecosystem has gone under a total metamorphosis with use of social media platforms like Youtube, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Udemy, Slideshare and much talked about Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs). The concept of traditional learning has gone beyond the four-walls. The focus is now on their promise of providing Anytime, Anyplace Learning and the best teachers to students around the world. In general, this media is useful but it has not gone down without criticism. The cynics of social media have raised questions about its real worth as they claim it is a threat to education because it replaces the face to face contact and widens the knowledge divide due to the existing digital divide, poor representation of women as teachers as well as students on these platforms of online learning. As social media provides greater freedom to the girls/women who face greater inhibitions in terms of familial responsibilities, social and religious restrictions etc., it invites contempt from the conservatives and the status-quoists. With these dilemmas, the developments in the social media need to be seen more objectively and rationally so that the gender gap can be mitigated and engendering this media can be accomplished for gender development. The pronouncements of educational technology enthusiasts that online learning is sweeping aside the barriers that have in the past prevented the equitable access to education seems a premature one. As it turns out, students often carry these barriers right along with them, from the real world into the virtual one which is not a very healthy sign in an inclusive teaching learning environment. Against this backdrop, the present paper is an attempt to develop a deeper understanding of the phenomena and suggest some plausible ways to counter the shortcomings and harness the maximum fruit of the inclusion of social media and other online learning platforms in education with special consideration of gender aspects.
Finite Element Analysis of Elastic Stresses around Holes in Plate Subjected to Uniform Tensile Loading published in

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B. Mallikarjun, P. Dinesh, K.I. Parashivamurthy The author reported stress analysis of infinite isotropic plate with a cylindrical circular hole and oblique hole. The present work deals with infinite isotropic plate under uniform tensile load. Three components of different material with different obliquity angle were used for analysis. These components having holes circular & oblique at angles 0, 30 and 60 degree are considered for study. The long twisted blades of gas turbine blade will be treated as infinite plate with oblique holes/cooling holes constituting a geometrically complex, three- dimensional body that is subjected to the action of systems centrifugal force. Stress concentration and stress field around oblique holes is a major challenge area in design of aerofoil in aerospace applications for safety because of their highly specialized applications in aerospace field under severe operating conditions. In design, Stress Concentration Factor (SCF) can be used as multiplication factor, and using that maximum stress can be predicted, thus it shows the stress field around local region. The experimental methods used are photo elastic and strain gauge techniques. When a infinite plate containing a cylindrical oblique hole is subjected to remotely applied uniform tensile load, the circumferential stresses along the boundary of the hole are produced which have been successfully used to predict stresses around holes. The resulting Stress Concentration Factor (SCF) obtained by Finite Element (FE) analysis are compared with experimentally obtained values. The results of FEA technique are in good agreement with experimental values, thus providing a means of analysing more effectively realistic Gas turbine blades. For analysis FEA software MSC/PATRAN, MSC/ NASTRAN-NX v7.0 has been used.
Magnetic field in a gap of electromechanical disintegrators. published in

Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics

Published by National Technical University
V.D. Lushchik The magnetic field created in an air gap of electromechanical disintegrators as a result of actions of two opposite running magnetic fields is considered. It is shown that motionless pulsing fields are as a result formed, which can be formed in much simpler and more effective way.
Study of Anomalies in Stock Market published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr M. Rama Naik In financial markets, Anomalies refer to situations when a security or group of securities performs different to the notion of efficient markets, where security prices are said to reflect all available information at any point in time. With the constant release and rapid dissemination of new information, sometimes efficient markets are hard to achieve and even more difficult to maintain. There are many market anomalies; some occur once and disappear, while others are continuously observed.
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.
Performance Of Senior Teacher Education Students In A Pre-Licensure Test For General Education published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Ronato S. Ballado, Mae Joy T. Espinar, Alejandro L. Giray, Jr The Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) cover General Education and Professional Education components for the Elementary level examination and the General Education, Professional Education and Specialization components for the Secondary level examination. The study developed a 100-item pre-licensure test on the General Education component of the Teacher Education curriculum. The study looked into the performance of the students in the examination per subject area. It also looked into the discrimination and difficulty indices to assess the validity and reliability of the items as instruments to measure achievement. The respondents covered all students who took the examination. The study used the descriptive evaluativedesign. The performance of the students was measured through the percentage of students who got the correct answer. The data were treated statistically using means, percentages and ranking.Item analysis was done to determine the indices of difficulty and discrimination while Kuder Richardson 21 was computed to determine the reliability of the test. The examinees registered a High performance. The highest performance of the respondents was in the Filipino component while the least performance is in Science. Easiest items per percentage of correct responses were in Filipino and Social Science while the most difficult item is in Science. Close to half of the items are of moderate difficulty. Only few items have satisfactory discrimination. The study recommended the improvement of the test particularly on the choices to improve the reliability of the test. Learning areas where students performed poorly should be given focus in the teaching of the general education subjects.
Microbiology of Cockroaches - A Public Health Concern published in

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Ojiezeh Tony Ifeanyi, Ogundipe Olawumi Odunayo One of the indirect effects of arthropods is the transmission of disease to man, through mechanical means and feacal contamination. They also act as an intermediate host of various parasites and other microorganisms. Cockroaches are insects of the order Blattaria or Blattodea, of which about 30 species out of 3,500 are associated with human habitats. About four species are well known as pests and adapt readily to a variety of environments, but prefer warm conditions found within buildings. Cockroaches (Blattella spp.) have survived dinosaurs, ice ages, and who knows what since they first appeared early in Upper Carboniferous times. Astonishingly, there is almost no difference in form between ancient cockroaches and those in our homes today. They are the only insects to have lasted so long with so little change. Microbiological investigation of Cockroaches by early researchers showed an array of 29 different bacterial isolates, 17 different parasites, 7 different fungi spp. and a number of exotic viruses including Hepatitis virus. Recently Cockroaches have been implicated in the transmission of Salmonella spp. and Shigella spp. which are of serious clinical implication. These ubiquitous and indomitable Cockroaches continued to multiply despite many control measures applied by man. Their involvement in transmission of pathogens is a matter of public health concern and concerted efforts should be geared toward educating individuals and communities of the potent danger of harboring them in our homes and then, there should be a total eradication of these nocturnal insect, if we must stay healthy
Talent Management is the Future Challenge for Healthcare Managers for Organizational Success published in

AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF NURSING

Published by AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNALS
Eman Salman Mohamed Salman Taie - Talent management is an ongoing, proactive activity it is about attracting, identifying, recruiting, developing, motivating, promoting and retaining people that has a strong potential to succeed within an organization. In a competitive marketplace, talent management is a primary driver for organizational success
An Anthropological study of mortality in relation to fertility among Yanadi tribal community of Nellore district, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr.G.Ravi Kumar A number of studies have shown that mortality has a direct impact on fertility behavior. This study attempts to examine the influence of mortality (including the perception of mortality) on the fertility behavior of Yanadis--the 2nd largest tribal group in Andhra Pradesh, India. All mortality events showed high rates among the Yanadi women; 50% of them had experienced some form of pregnancy wastage including infant or childhood mortality. It was also noticed that 24% of the women had experienced 1 or more infant deaths and 21% had experience early and later childhood deaths. In view of the long-term perspectives for reducing mortality and fertility among these tribals, immediate priority should be given to maternal and child health programs.
Preparation and Characterization of Magnesia Precipitated from Waste Liquid Bittern published in

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E. M. H. Khater, Sh. El Rafie, M. S. Shalaby, A. M. El Amp Ndash Rafei The characterization of physical properties for MgO powders precipitated from Alexandria Salt company waste liquid Bittern and that precipitated from industrial wastewater rich with ammonia was studied. The decomposition of precipitated Mg(OH)2 from sea liquid Bittern was analyzed by TGA and crystallization process was observed by XRD for both Mg(OH)2 and MgO. The SEM analysis and EDX, shows the platelet morphology of Mg(OH)2 and hexagonal MgO powders originating from different calcinations temperatures. The XRF analysis showed the increase in Magnesia % purity from 35% up to 96.6 % by water wash of MgO prepared after calcination at 900oC. A techno-economic pre-feasibility study has been revealed conducted and high product profitabilitypotentials with respect to: (i) the expected percent annual return on investment 400% and (ii) payout-period (0.19 year) based on lower price than imported pure source of MgO with 7000 EGP per ton as a selling price.
Reciprocal Relationship between Compliance with Post-Op Follow-Up and Weight Loss after Bariatric Surgery published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

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Salman Bodla, Richard Bodington, Jennifer Abraham, Hannah Adams and Shameen Jaunoo* Obesity is a large and growing health problem in the UK with high associated costs to the NHS. Bariatric surgery is proven as an effective treatment for obesity associated with long term weight loss and a reduction in obesity related comorbidities [1]. The NICE guidance highlights the importance of follow-up post-surgery [2]. The guidelines state that in order to be eligible for surgery the patient must commit to long term follow-up and that in order for a centre to offer bariatric surgery it must ensure that it can provide regular MDT post-op assessment and support for at least two years [2].
Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis as a Rare Complication of Plasmodium Vivax Malaria published in

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Sreedevi Koona, Dr. Tejeswara Rao Bendi, Dr. Ravi Kumar G coronary artery aneurysms are uncommon and may be complicated by rupture,thromboembolic manifestations .we report a case of giant coronary artery aneurysm.
Matlab Simulink Model of Sinusoidal PWM For Three-Phase Voltage Source Inverter published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Asha Durafe This paper concentrates on modeling and simulation of single phase inverter as a frequency changer modulated by sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation PWM technique. An inverter is a circuit that converts DC sources to AC sources. To judge the quality of voltage produced by a PWM inverter, a detailed harmonic analysis of the voltage waveform is done. Pulse width modulated PWM inverters are among the most used power-electronic circuits in practical applications. These inverters are capable of producing ac voltages of variable magnitude as well as variable frequency with less harmonic distortion. The model is executed utilizing MATLAB Simulink software with the SimPower System Block Set using PC simulation. MATLAB Simulink is a successful instrument to examine a PWM inverter. Major reasons for using MATLAB are Faster reaction, accessibility of different simulation devices and the nonappearance of joining issues. In this paper, Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor IGBT is used as switching power device. IGBT is ideal since it high switching speed and also high input impedance. Finally a MATLAB SIMULINK model for the SPWM is presented. Various simulation results are also included. Asha Durafe "Matlab/Simulink Model of Sinusoidal PWM For Three-Phase Voltage Source Inverter" 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/ijtsrd18614.pdf
Child Work and Schooling in Pakistan—To What Extent Poverty and other Demographic and Parental Background Matter? published in

RESEARCH JOURNAL SOCIAL SCIENCES

Published by TanzeemeAsatiza, Pakistan
MADEEHA GOHAR QURESHI, SAMAN NAZIR, and HAFSA HINA* Keeping into consideration the far-reaching social and economic impact of child work both for the children involved and society as a whole, in this study an attempt has been made to disentangle the child employment and schooling tradeoff with perspective to understand the effect of income deprivation measures and other non-income factors such as demographic and parental background information for Pakistan using Pakistan Panel Household Survey 2010 data set. At one level this research resolves empirically the debate that exist in literature whether child work is direct outcome of poverty or not in context of Pakistan through assessing the impact of the poverty channel for both likelihood of sending a child for paid work versus probability of enrolling a child into school and on other tries to connect the above line of reasoning with other non-income channels so as to build more enriching perspective. The consequences of household socioeconomic level in terms of its poor or non-poor status on child employment and child enrollment likelihood functions is assessed using both a direct measure of poverty based on household consumption expenditure information and also indirect measures based on access (or lack of it to be more specific) of household to electricity, sewerage system and to type of housing in terms of number of rooms and durability of house. In our empirical evidence, we do find strong support for poverty channel both directly and indirectly acting as defining force in decreasing his or her probability for school enrollment. However in context of effect of poverty on probability of child employment we do not find strong evidence through direct measure of poverty based on household consumption information, however the indirect proxies of poverty level of the household as child belonging to poor status in terms of access to certain type of living [living in house with no electricity, kaccha type of house (not bricked and hence vulnerable to fall), no sewerage system and with just one room] do provide strong evidence in support of poverty channel of impact on increasing the chances of child work. Further demographic information whether it is in form of increasing sibling size or impact of number of adult earners or parental background variables such as employment status of parents and their employment categories provides support for the significance of how being resource poor can be a binding constraint for the household and can act as an impetus to send a child towards paid work against schooling.
Role of Indian Public Sector Health Insurers: An Overview published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
P. Saravana Kumar* Health insurance continues to be one of the rapidly growing sectors in the Indian insurance industry. The insurance industry was a government monopoly. It is now experiencing cutthroat competitions because, a number of players have entered into the Indian market in the form of joint ventures with Indian private sector partners. Consequently, the Indian Insurance industry is closely integrated
VALIDATION OF SINGLE POINT INCREMENTAL FORMING PROCESS FOR DEEP DRAWN PYRAMIDAL CUPS USING EXPERIMENTAL GRID-BASED DEFORMATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Chennakesava R Alavala The use of finite element analysis in manufacturing has enabled the development of several new sheet metal forming processes. Recent advances have enabled the localized deformation to be accurately controlled using CNC technology. Single point incremental forming has the potential to revolutionize sheet metal forming, making it accessible to all levels of manufacturing. This paper describes the validation of single point increment forming of pyramidal cups with the experimental grid-based deformation. The present investigation confirms that the FLD is sensitive to strain path of aluminum alloy 2004.
Solving Image Thresholding Problem Using Hybrid Algorithm published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Syed Shareefunnisa | M Bhargavi Thresholding is a reputed image segmentationtechnique used to obtain binary image from the gray levelimage. In this paper, histogram based bi“level and multi-levelsegmentation is proposed using Improved Particle SwarmOptimization (PSO) and Enhanced Bacterial ForagingOptimization (EBFO) based hybrid algorithm. The optimalthresholds for input images are attained by maximizing Otsusbetween class variance function. The performance of proposedmethod is demonstrated on four benchmark images andcompared with the existing PSO and BFO algorithms. Anassessment between HA, PSO, and BFO is carried usingprevailing parameters such as objective function, convergence rate, PSNR, and DSSIM. Syed Shareefunnisa | M Bhargavi"Solving Image Thresholding Problem Using Hybrid Algorithm" 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/ijtsrd7021.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/7021/solving-image-thresholding-problem-using-hybrid-algorithm/syed-shareefunnisa-
Patterns of Phulkari:Then and now published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
Anu H. Gupta and Shalina Mehta This study explores the patterns of embroidered textile craft of Punjab. Being embroidered by women in their leisure time, it is an important part of Punjabi culture. Phulkari has been so densely interwoven in the lives of women that these two seem inseparable. Learnt through the teachings and experience of the elders, a girl used to embroider her own world, dreams and aspirations onto a canvas of khaddar. The designs and motifs were innumerable. With the change in this form of textile, women still embroider it for economic gains. Womenfolk paints the geometrical motifs of phulkari using a needle and thread with an unlimited colour palette. This study reveals the patterns of the old phulkari versus the new one.
BUSINESS GROUP AFFILIATION AND FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS: INVESTMENT-CASH FLOW SENSITIVITY OF TURKISH BUSINESS GROUPS published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Emin Huseyin Cetenak, Gamze Vural In the imperfect capital markets, the cost of external funds is greater than the cost of internal funds because of asymmetric information problems. Therefore, in these markets investment behavior largely depends on the ability of the firms internal funds generation. This excess cost and unavailability of external funds indicate financial constraints. Investments of the firms with financial constraints depend on availability of internal funds. In this context, in the literature the investment-cash flow sensitivity of a company also signalize the degree of the company's financial constraints. In this paper, we examine investment-cash flow sensitivity of the Borsa Istanbul manufacturing firms by considering affiliation with business groups. We divide our sample into four subsamples. We find insignificant investment-cash flow relationship for the firms affiliated with a major business groups and firms which have more than %15 foreign shareholders. On the other hand we find strong investment-cash flow sensitivity for the small business groups affiliated firms and non-affiliated independent firms.
Pregnant Womens Knowledge and Source of Information Towards Ultrasound Scan in Saudi Arabia published in

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Rania Mohammed Ahmed Ultrasound Scan (U/S) has become an almost universal part of antenatal care in developed countries. To best of our knowledge there was no similar study done in Taif. So this study aimed to assess pregnant womens knowledge about the importance of prenatal sonography and their purposes from it. Methods: 151 pregnant women attending antenatal clinic were asked to fill in a pretested structured questionnaire .SPSS was used for the data analysis. Results: Most of the study sample were Saudi and their age ranged (16 59) year, (86.8%) had university education , (86.8%) heard about ultrasound before and obstetrician was main source of information (60.9 %),friends and family represented (21.2%). (64.2%) had more than one purpose from the scan. Conclusion: In this study women had modest knowledge and had more than two purposes from U/S. Recommendation : Educational plan must be implemented to help pregnant women to increase their knowledge
Using Integrative Simulation in Enhancing and Assessing Learning: An Application of Computer Simulation Exercise 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
Yu-Jen Chen, T S Chan, Lai-Cheung Leung, Ling-Yee Li We examine how simulation game as a learning tool of learning marketing subject enhances student learning. A total of 144 undergraduate students from a major public university in Hong Kong registered in a core marketing course were involved in this research. Students’ learning effectiveness was assessed by using cognitive and affective approaches. The main project objective is to use the experiences gained to further enhance and improve student learning. The findings showed that the computer simulation exercise (CSE) could enhance student learning in both the cognitive and affective learning domains.
In vitro studies on anti-cancer activity of anti-cancerous compound producing marine bacteria against on cancer cells by MTT assay published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
V.S.L.Mithun * and C.S.V.Rama Chandra Rao Extracts from microorganisms have served as a valuable source of diverse molecules in many drug discoveries. Identification of microbial strains having promising biological activities and purifying the bio-molecules which are responsible for the biological activities, have led to the discovery of many bioactive molecules. Extracts of bacteria in vitro tested on various cancer cell lines. The lyophilized bacterial extract powder was dissolved in various chemical solvents like Methanol, Chloroform and Ethyl acetate. From them cytotoxic assays was performed with the extracts were screened on HCT 15 and MES- SA cancer cell lines to study the cytotoxic potential. Where the Ethyl acetate showed the viability when compared to other solvents. The Ethyl acetate extract of isolate showed promising results by MTT assay and Trypan blue staining.
CALCIUM AND IRON STATUS IN ASTHMA PATIENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Rahul Hakhu Indian paint industry is very proficient and with huge demand creates an optimistic position in the market. A survey analysis has been undertaken for 50 retailers of Jammu in India to understand their standing towards Paints. The results highlight that Asian Paints is the most supreme paint and furthermore Brand Loyalty is the highest factor for purchasing decision of paints by the retailers in Jammu. Similarly when retailers make their purchase decision they get influenced by several major factors such as Demographic, Social, Cultural etc. It is also found that 88% retailers in Jammu are in conformity with their perception towards paints for pleasing the condition. Dr. Rahul Hakhu"Understanding the Eminence of Retailers towards Paints with respect to Jammu" 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/ijtsrd3540.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/retail-management/3540/understanding-the-eminence-of-retailers-towards-paints-with-respect-to-jammu/dr-rahul-hakhu
Implementatoin of Basel Convention in Saarc Region published in

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Vikrant Srivastava The Basel Convention is an international treaty signed by 169 countries to regulate the international trade of hazardous waste. The central goal of this treaty is environmentally sound management (ESM), involving controlling toxic waste from the very start that is, production, usage, reuse, recycling followed by final disposal. The Basel Ban Amendment was adopted in 1995 to outlaw the transfer of hazardous waste from developed to developing countries. Several countries have implemented the ban, including the European Union and China. However, illegal trading is pervasive and those who benefit from the waste trade continue to strongly oppose a global ban. This study is basically assessing the implementation of Basel Amendment in the country-wise scenario in the entire SAARC region & the recommendations related to E-waste Management.
Water saving practices : A comparison of rural and urban homemakers of Ludhiana district published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEEPIKA BISHT AND RUPA BAKHSHI The objective of the present investigation was to study the different water saving practices followed by rural and urban homemakers, in home and while performing various personal care activities. The study was conducted on 60 rural and 60 urban homemakers of Ludhiana district. The results showed that higher number of urban respondents were following different water management practices, such as turning off water when brushing teeth, sharing water saving tips with others, etc. as compared to their rural counterparts.
FATTY ACID FRACTIONS OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN AN INARTICULATE BRACHIOPOD FAUNA INHABITING IN WEST BENGAL- ODISHA COAST, INDIA. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Samaresh Samanta1*, Amalesh Choudhury2 and Susanta Kumar Chakraborty3 Different categories of good quality fatty acids under different classes of phospholipids are considered to be important determinants of ecosystem health and stability. They are also a valuable tool to measure inputs, cycling of materials in estuarine- mangrove food webs. Lingula anatina, a Precambrian brachiopod benthic macrofauna, inhabiting at the confluence of Subarnarekha estuary. They obtained their essential fatty acids (EFAs) of phospholipid groups, needed for their different physiological activities. These EFAs entered within their body through biotransformation and bioconversion processes from different food sources available in plenty at this intertidal basin. Different saturated and unsaturated fatty acids present within the body of studied species indicated that these can be considered as a good biomarker to understanding thophic interactions at a mangrove- estuarine ecosystem at the confluence of Subarnarekha estuary.
Comparitive Analysis of Brent-Kang & Kogge- Stone Parallel-Prefix Adder for Their Area, Delay & Power Consumption published in

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M. Prasannakumar, V. Sidharthan, Dr. K. Gopalakrishnan Parallel Prefix adders have been one of the most notable among several designs proposed in the past. Parallel Prefix adders (PPA) are family of adders derived from the commonly known carry look ahead adders. The need for a Parallel Prefix adder is that it is primarily fast when compared with ripple carry adders. The classical parallel prefix adder structures presented in the literature over the years optimize for logic depth, area, and fan-out and interconnect count of logic circuits. In this paper, a comparison of two 8- bit parallel-Prefix adder (BENT-KANG AND KOGGE-STONE) in their area, delay, power is proposed. In this proposed system Bent-kang and Kogge-stone parallel prefix adder are used for comparison. The results reveal that the proposed Bent-kang Parallel-Prefix adder is more competent than Kogge-stone Parallel-Prefix adder in terms of area, delay & power. Simulation results are compared and verified using Xilinx 8.1i software.
PLANTS USED IN ETHNO-VETERINARY MEDICINE BY NATIVE PEOPLE OF NAWARANGPUR DISTRICT, ODISHA, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Swati S Panda* and Nabin K Dhal An ethnobotanical study of veterinary medicinal plants of Nawarangpur District of Odisha was conducted during 2000 to 2004 in order to generate ethno veterinary data. Ethno botanical uses of 48 plants belonging to 31 families have been documented in the present study for their interesting therapeutic properties for various veterinary ailments such as Constipation, Cough and Cold, Diarrhoea, Lactation, Foot and Mouth Disease, Flatulence, Appetizer, Neck Swelling. Leaves (33%) followed by whole plant, bark and latex were most frequently used plant parts for ethno veterinary medicine. Usually fresh materials were used for medicinal preparation. The most frequently used routes of drug administration have been oral followed by dermal. Our study suggest that, documenting 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 plant preparations for veterinary treatment.
Assessment of the drug knowledge of patients visiting medical stores in Islamabad published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Muhammad Kamran Nawaz, Azhar Hussain, Shefaat Ullah Shah, Asif Iqbal and Raja Zafar Ishaque The objective of this study was to assess the drug knowledge of patients visiting medical stores in Islamabad. A basic cross sectional study was carried out in Islamabad in patients visiting the medical stores. Sixty two medical stores were selected by systematic random sampling at 95% CI. One hundred twenty four patients were selected conveniently i.e. 2 patients from each medical store. For data collection a structured questionnaire was used. The data analysis was done by using 16th version of SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences), and the tests applied for data analysis were Mann-Whitney test and Kruskal Wallis.
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN A MARKET ECONOMY (THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS) published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Stepan Polonik, Eleonora Khorobrikh, Anna Lytvynchuk The article discusses the mechanism of financial management in a market economy on the example of the Republic of Belarus. Subject of research - the financial resources that are the basis of the budget system. The purpose of research - analysis of the components of the budgetary system of the Republic of Belarus and to identify ways of improving the financial management of the republic in a market economy. Research methods - dialectical approach, system, method of comparative analysis. The structure of the budget of the Republic of Belarus, the principles of its formation, function activity, shows the structure of the circulation of financial resources. The analysis of the main parameters of the consolidated budget of the Republic of Belarus for the period 2009 - 2013 years. (Revenues, expenses, balance the budget in absolute terms and in% of GDP). Separately considered budget expenditures on the national economy in the consolidated budget, national and local. Proposes measures to improve the financial management of the Republic of Belarus in the market economy, which can be applied in the development of the state bodies of the consolidated budget and socio-economic development of the country.
Gender Inequality in Life Insurance Sector Of Jalgaon District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Komal A. Badlani, Dr. Mrs. Shubhada Kulkarni Gender equality is now-a-days a grooming topic of study. While the business case for gender diversity at all levels is compelling, progress has been glacial. A preliminary investigation was conducted in Life Insurance Companies (LIC) in talukas of Jalgaon district regarding Gender inequality/ discrimination. Systematic Sampling technique was adopted to collect the data from various branches of Life Insurance Companies. According to the data analysis, it was observed that in LIC of all the talukas of Jalgaon district, majority of employees are males and also males were at high designations. Hence, it can be concluded that gender inequality persists in life insurance sector of Jalgaon district.
Analysis of Crop Loan Supply in Maharashtra State(2009-10 To2013-14) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. A. H. Saudagar, Dr. D. K. Dhas, Mr. D. J. Kate Rural Development depends upon agriculture whereas agriculture development depends upon Capital. Crop Loan Scheme fulfils the short term capital need of farmer. Through crop loan scheme, loan facility of without security or on minimum security are being made available and therefore, crop loan scheme are playing vital role for the development of marginal and small farmers. This scheme is widely circulated in Maharashtra State. There is every year increase in target and achievement of providing crop loan and ratio of achieving target of crop loan is good in Maharashra State
Analysis of Investors Decision Making Patterns by Applying Behavioral Finance Factors: Overconfidence&Herd Behavior Bias published in

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Anurag Shukla Decision-making can be defined as the process of choosing aparticular alternative from a number of alternatives. It is an activity that follows proper evaluation of all the alternatives and select best alternative. Behavioral finance is a relatively new field that seeks to combine behavioral and cognitive psychological theory with conventional economics and finance to provide explanations for why people make irrational financial decisions. In this research paper we will discuss some of the underlying reasons and biases that cause some people to behave irrationally. Humanbeings are susceptible to numerous behavior albiases which became counterproductive tothe wealthmaximization principles leading to irrational behavior. This research examines the meaning and importance of behavioral finance andits applicationin investment decisions of investors in Kanpur.
Selecting Best Features Using Combined Approach in POS Tagging for Sentiment Analysis? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Nikita D. Patel, Chetana Chand? Today E-commerce popularity has made web an excellent source of gathering customer reviews / opinions about a product that they have purchased. The number of customer reviews that a product receives is growing at a very fast rate. Opinion mining from product reviews, forum posts and blogs is an important research topic today with many applications. Customers use the reviews for deciding quality of product to buy. So, opinion mining may be a Decision making process. It means reviews are given to promote or to demote the product. There is need to find how many reviews are positive and how many are negative. So, to find out it features for which classification is going to be performed should be best or optimal. This Paper presents various approaches of classification for sentiment analysis and proposed work is selecting best feature set such as pos tags from reviews which we can easily classify the review of customer. Only features which are giving best decision for analysis have been selected in pre-processing task and Combination of best feature set will be used to classify reviews.
ENHANCEMENT OF SOLUBILITY, DISSOLUTION RATE AND FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT OF TELMISARTAN TABLETS EMPLOYING ? CD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. P. R. Chowdary*, K. Ravi Sankar and M. Gowthami Telmisartan is a widely prescribed anti-hypertensive drug belongs to BCS class II and exhibit low aqueous solubility and poor oral bioavilability. It needs enhancement in solubility and dissolution rate in its formulation development to achieve maximum therapeutic effect. The objective of the study is to enhance the solubility and dissolution rate of telmisartan by complextion with ?CD and to develop Telmisartan- ?CD tablets with fast dissolution rate comparable to the market branded products. . The effect of ?CD and its concentration on the aqueous solubility of telmisartan was evaluated by phase solubility studies. Telmisartan- ?CD complexes in various ratios such as 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 were prepared by kneading method. The dissolution rate of the Telmisartan- ?CD complexes prepared was evaluated in comparison to pure drug. Telmisartan- ?CD tablets were prepared by direct compression method and were evaluated in comparison to a market branded product. The aqueous solubility of telmisartan was increased linearly as the concentration of ?CD was increased. The phase solubility diagram of telmisartan ?CD (Fig.1) can be classified as type AL. Telmisartan formed a 1:1 M complex in solution with ?CD with a stability constant (Kc) of 700 M-1. Telmisartan-?CD complexes prepared by kneading method gave much higher dissolution rates than telmisartan pure drug. A 6.95 fold increase in the dissolution rate (K1) was observed with Telmisartan- ?CD (1:3) complexes. Telmisartan- ?CD tablets prepared disintegrated rapidly within 1min 30sec and gave very rapid dissolution of telmisartan, 86.85 % in 10 min. The dissolution rate of formulated Telmisartan- ?CD tablets was higher than that of market branded product tested. Complexation with ?CD could be used to enhance the solubility and dissolution rate of telmisartan, a poorly soluble BCS class II drug and to formulate telmisartan tablets with fast dissolution rate characteristics.
Amyloidosis in colon presenting with rectal bleeding in multipl myeloma: A Case Report published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Vedat Goral*, Ragip Ortac and Nevin Yılmaz Multiple myeloma (MM) is a malignant proliferation of plasma cells that secrete monoclonal immunglobin (M protein). It accounts for 1% of all cancers and 10% of hematological malignancies. Mean age at diagnosis is 66 years. The most common fi ndings are bone pain, pathological fractures, anemia, bone marrow failure, Infections triggered by neutropenia and immunodefi ciency, and kidney failure and rarely can cause acute hypercalcaemia, symptomatic hyperviscosity, neuropathy, amyloidosis and coagulopathy. Amyloidosis is a rare disease characterized by nonspecifi c symptoms and signs. It can be seen anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract. In this case, a colonoscopy was performed on the patient who was directed to gastroenterology clinic with rectal bleeding and amyloidosis was detected in the biopsy from tumoral lesions seen in the colonoscopy.
SURVEY ON PRIVACY PRESERVING CLOUD AUDITING FOR SHARED DATA published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Kashyap Chetan Kotak*, Ria Wadhwani, Shikha Soneji, Prof. Sunita Sahu Cloud is a type of platform which helps to store the data as well as helps in sharing the data. While sharing the huge amount of data, the primary concern comes in mind is data integrity, security of the data. For the cloud server and the user it is not possible to check the integrity, consistency of stored data on cloud. Public Auditing method can help to overcome this problem. Hence the user takes help of the third party auditor (TPA) for auditing their data. Many of the techniques have been proposed by various researchers which improve upon one another. Here we have presented three landmark methodologies on Privacy preserving cloud auditing for shared data on cloud.
Waste Separation at Household Level: Comparison and Contrast Among 40 Countries published in

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Nripendra Singh,Agita Livina This study is an outcome of a survey conducted on Fulbright fellows from 40 different countries, who were meeting at a Fulbright Seminar at Reno, Nevada State in the United States. The purpose of the research was to find out the current practices of managing household waste in different parts of the world in order to identify a possible sustainable solution to minimize dumping in landfills. In addition, the study allows us, to understand the systems (laws and regulations) related to recycling and hauling practices in order to create awareness and generate future research ideas. The methodology used is survey conducted on Fulbright fellows from 40 different countries. Short interaction with the respondents and unstructured interviews are the limitations of this study. The results of this paper are useful to gather research ideas on waste systems throughout the world. It will help to establish the relationship between different systems and its reasons. The paper can also help policy makers to incorporate the best practices and develop a sustainable model to manage waste.
Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial studies of n'-(1-(5-bromo-2-hydroxyphenyl) ethylidene)-2-oxo-2hchromene- 3-carbohydrazideand its metal complexes published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
K. Siddappa* and Mallikarjun Kote A new complexes of the type ML and ML [where M=Cu (II), Co (II), and Ni(II), Mn(II) and Fe(III) M=Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg(II)]. L=N'-(1-(5-bromo-2- hydroxyphenyl)ethylidene)-2-oxo-2H-chromene-3-carbohydrazide (HL) Schiff base have been synthesized and characterized by elemental analysis, magnetic susceptibility, molar conductance, IR, 1H NMR, UV-Visible and ESR data. The studies indicate the HL acts as doubly Monodentate Bridge for metal ions and form mononuclear complexes. The complexes Ni(II), Co(II), Cu(II), Mn(II) and Fe(III) complexes are found to be octahedral, where as Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg(II) complexes are four coordinated with tetrahedral geometry. The synthesized ligand and its metal complexes were screened for their antimicrobial activity.
FACTORS CONDUCIVE TO EFFECTIVE SERVICE-LEARNING OUTCOMES AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN HONG KONG published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Steven S. Y. Ngai Service-learning is now used widely across different academic disciplines throughout the world. As a pedagogical approach, service-learning is about creating opportunities for students to apply the knowledge they learn in the classroom to serving disadvantaged groups in society. Such a linking of academic study with community service is seen as ideally suited to achieving both the personal and academic goals of students and the broader goals of civic commitment and social justice in communities. This paper describes the design of a local service-learning program that we have implemented at Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Survey data collected from 129 university students participating in the program illustrate the impacts of service-learning on student outcomes. The results show that the majority of the students have benefited in two aspects. First, by developing personal autonomy through real world experiences, the program develops within students a recognition of and faith in their potential. It enhances their ability to be self-assured, to assume new responsibilities, and to achieve individual growth. Second, students move to becoming responsible citizens and active agents of social change. As they learn to care for different deprived groups in the community, they are assuming meaningful roles and responding to real issues in ways that have long-lasting impacts on their own lives. Recommendations, based on the shortcomings we have witnessed and the changes we have implemented, are also made. Keywords: Assessment of Student Outcomes in Service-learning, Credit-bearing Service-learning, Direct services for the Community
Foray Spotlight System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs A. Nalini This Project "Foray spotlight system" is used for protecting the Computer from Malware attacks. It is a real time project and system security software which is used to identify the malicious activities in a computer. Malwares are the main problem for computers. Once it enters into the computer it will corrupt the files. Foray spotlight system acts like an antivirus software. It detects malwares like other antivirus software's, but it has some more additional advantages. Malwares are easily spread over the computer at the time of connecting the external devices like Pen-drive, Card reader, etc. and it has various steps to clear malwares. First it checks for a malware and asks the user whether to destroy or not. If the user chooses destroy option it will destroy file or else choose track option for tracking for malware. If it is able to track, then it will clear the malware. If it is unable to track, it will block the file. It has more graphical interface than the antivirus software's. Additional feature like auto boost technology increase the performance of the system. It identifies and removes the unwanted running programs. This Malwares detection method is more effective than other system protecting software. Mrs A. Nalini "Foray Spotlight System" 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/ijtsrd18811.pdf
EFFECT OF SUCROSE AND STABILIZER ON THE OVERALL QUALITY OF GUAVA BAR published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Majid Khan, M.Ayub, Y.Durrani, S. Wahab, *Ali Muhammad, S.A.Ali, Ashbala Shakoor, Arsalan and Ziaur Rehman The effect of selected stabilizers (pectin, xanthan and carboxymethyl cellulose) was studied on the overall quality of guava bar stored at room temperature during three months storage. Stabilizers were added at the rate of 1% (pectin), 2% (pectin), 1% (xanthan gum), 0.5% (carboxymethyl cellulose), 0.25% (carboxymethyl cellulose) and combinations of all stabilizers were used. The treatments were GP0 (guava pulp with sucrose and no stabilizer), GP1 (guava pulp with sucrose and 1% pectin), GP2 (guava pulp with sucrose and 2% pectin),GP3 (guava pulp with sucrose and1% xanthan gum), GP4 (guava pulp with sucrose and 0.5% carboxymethyl cellulose), GP5 (guava pulp with sucrose and 0.25% carboxymethyl cellulose) and GP6 (guava pulp with combination of all stabilizers). All the treatments were analyzed physiochemically (moisture, total solids, ash, reducing sugar, non-reducing sugar, pH, titratable acidy, ascorbic acid, total microbial count and total soluble solids) and sensory (color, texture, taste and overall acceptability) of the bar. Results showed that decrease occurred in moisture content (from 18.17 to 13.53%), ascorbic acid (92.75 to 77.82mg/100g), pH (3.90 to 3.69), non-reducing (3.78 to 3.60%), ash (2.26 to 2.11%), total microbial count (14.00 to 5.86), color (7.28 to 5.10), texture (7.60 to 5.66), taste (7.73 to 5.85) and overall acceptability (7.50 to 5.56) while increase was observed in % acidity (1.13 to 1.33%), TSS (74.6 to 76.5obrix), TS (82.14 to 86. 91) and reducing sugar (10.52 to 10.70%)during storage. The maximum mean values were observed for moisture in GP0 (16.37), ascorbic acid GP1 (89.07), pH GP1 (3.82), titratable acidity GP1 (1.26), total soluble solid GP1 (76.5), total solid GP2 (85.74), reducing sugar GP1 (11.75), non reducing sugar GP1 (3.77), ash GP1 (2.38), total microbial count GP2 (8.14), color GP1 (7.17),texture GP1(7.54), taste GP1 (7.79) and overall acceptability GP1 (7.50), the results showed that treatment GP1 followed by GP4 were found most acceptable both organoleptically and physiochemically.
AN ITEM ANALYSIS FOR THE ADJUSTMENT OF MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONNAIRE published in

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Dr R Kranyal Vsm, Dr Sameer Mehrotra, Dr Punit Yadav, Dr Sunil Basukala Background: Item analysis is the validation of a MCQs after it has appeared in a question paper. This post validation is done by analyzing the students answer to each item. When formalized, the procedure is called item analysis. Aim & objectives: To study MCQs of subject Hospital Administration among Post graduate doctors and carry out item analysis and to review MCQs and suggest improvements for defective items and also to list the uses of item analysis. Study design and methods: Cross-sectional questionnaire based study carried out among 300 post graduate doctors in a period of one year. Results: Analysis of data was done on 3 factors i.e. difficulty indexfound to be 50 %, discrimination of the question to be 0.4 and the distractor effectiveness to be 10%. Conclusion: Result of the study concluded that item analysis can be used for the evaluation of the MCQs indicating the strength of questionnaire through difficulty level
Overuse Knee Injuries in Athletes published in

Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine

Published by Montenegrin Sports Academy
Miroslav Kezunovic1 1University of Montenegro, Faculty for Sport and Physical Education, Niki?, Montenegro According to many statistics over 55% of all sports-related injuries are incurred in the knee joint (active sportsmen and recreationists). The statistics definitely differ, depending on type of sport and specific movements habitually performed in a particular sport. Therefore, in addition to acute knee injuries overuse syndromes are common in the knee area also due to specificities of patellofemoral joint just because specific diseases like jumper's knee and runner's knee are related to certain sport activities. Generally speaking, these syndromes occur due to poor orientation of the knee extensor mechanism, i.e. friction of iliotibial band and patellofemoral chondromalacia. It is believed that about 45% of all overuse syndromes in the knee area occur as a result of running.
Antagonistic Effect of Camel’s Urine on Some Pathogenic Bacterial Species published in

PSM Veterinary Research

Published by PSM Publishers
Abdelrahman A. Humaid This work was designed to study antagonistic effect of camel’s urine on some pathogenic bacterial species. The best effect of camel’s urine was shown by camel’s sterilized urine followed by the heated urine while, the least effect was by the raw urine. The antibacterial activity of camel’s urine was very slightly and determinedly evident after 48 hours of incubation against Staphylococcus aureus, Micrococcus lotus, Bacillus cereus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Salmonella sp. and Escherichia coli. However, it was observed that the antibacterial activity of camel’s urine induced discriminatively marked inhibition zones of growth after 72h of incubation. The most microbes detected after 72h incubation were mainly Escherichia coli, Bacillus cereus, and Micrococcus lotus. It could be concluded that the camel’s urine have antimicrobial activities and resistance against the bacterial growth in the early stage of incubation, but the inhibitory effects of this urine on the bacterial growth were distinct after 72h of incubation. Keywords: Camel's urine, antagonistic effect, Staphylococcus aureus, Micrococcus lotus, Bacillus cereus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Salmonella sp, Escherichia coli.
Shareholders Value Creation in Private Sector Indian Banks published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Asst. Prof. Hardik B. Bhadeshiya Economic Value Added (EVA) is a financial measurement tool that bankers can use to measure the financial performance of their bank. EVA determines if a business is earning more than its true cost of capital. For measuring the corporate financial performance, there are accounting profitability measures and shareholders value based measures. Accounting profitability measures include ROI, ROE, EPS, ROCE and DPS etc. Shareholders valued based measures include EVA and MVA. This research is an attempt to analyze the relationship between the accounting profitability measures and shareholders value based measures for measuring the financial performance of selected private sector banks of India. I have taken EPS as a measure of accounting profitability and EVA as a measure of shareholders value. This study is an attempt to analyze the trend and relationship of EVA and EPS in private sector banks during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11.
Analysis of particle movement and partial discharge in the winding of power transformer using CFD published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Vasantha Gowri N, Srikanth P, Shashank V, Sankeerth G and Ramalinga Raju M Power transformer is an important apparatus in electrical substation. It is therefore required that it should be protected against all types of undesirable events. It has been experienced that one of the reasons of failure of transformer is due to the presence of metal particles in the annular space between the windings. The particles during movement cause Partial Discharges (PD) due to the high voltage on the discs. The magnitude of PD depends on the particle nearness to the disk of transformer and stress developed on the metal particle. In order to determine the movement and stress on disc of transformer winding due to the presence of the particle, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis using FLUENTTM software is carried out. The winding considered for calculation is the high voltage part of the 200 kV transformer. Since the transformer is a two group winding only one half is taken for analysis due to symmetry. A particle of length, L = 0.5 mm and hemispherical radius of 0.25 mm is allowed to move in oil with flow velocity of 0.5 m/sec. the stress is calculated at various discs during upward movement of particle. A typical electrical stress obtained on the particle close to HV winding is 0.556 kV / mm. The particle considered for analysis is of spherical nature. Stress on the spherical particle is presented in this paper.
Physico-Chemical Quality Assessment of the Drinking Water in the Summer Season in Tetova published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Durmishi H. Bujar1*, Arianit A. Reka1, Murtezan Ismaili2 and Agim Shabani1 Water is the most essential product that is consumed by humans, which must be prevented from deterioration in quality. The quality of drinking water becomes even more important as water borne diseases spread through water. For this purpose, we assess the quality of drinking water in the city of Tetova with some physico-chemical parameters, which have a significant role in determining the portability of drinking water. The obtained results were compared with Macedonian standards as well as with those set by the WHO and the EU. In this research, parameters such as temperature, pH, EC, TRAE, TDS, COD, TOC, DOC, nitrates and chlorides were found to be within the permissible limits, while turbidity and residual chlorine in some cases were found to be below ore above the recommended limit. Finally, the Drinking Water Quality Index (DWQI) developed by Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environmentfor fifteen sample points is calculated. It has been found that drinking water in the 2011summer season was of an Excellent category (average value of DWQI = 95.26) and suitable for drinking. We recommend that the relevant municipal authorities make regular and proper amount disinfection of drinking water, as there is no compromise that can be made when it comes to the drinking water.
الفلسفة العقلانية عند ابن رشد published in

Annales du patrimoine

Published by Pr Mohammed Abbassa
د. محمد عباسة نحاول من خلال هذه الدراسة توضيح الحقائق الإيجابية في فلسفة ابن رشد، ونلقي الضوء على الأسباب التي دعت بعض العلماء إلى محاربة العقلانية الرشدية. فأبو الوليد بن رشد يعد أكبر شارح لفلسفة أرسطو، وقد تولى الدفاع عن الفلاسفة معارضا آراء الإمام الغزالي التي تحامل فيها على الفلاسفة المسلمين، مما جعل المتكلمين واللاهوتيـين يتهمون ابن رشد بالإلحاد. وكان فيلسوف قرطبة أول من حاول التوفيق بين الشريعة والحكمة. وبفضل الترجمات التي قام بها النصارى واليهود في جنوب أوربا خلال القرون الوسطى درس فلاسفة كثيرون في أوربا كتب ابن رشد، كما ظهر منهم الرشديون. وأما العرب، فقد أهملوا العلوم العقلية بعد وفاة ابن رشد، وكان ذلك من بين العوامل التي أدت إلى انحطاط الحضارة العربية الإسلامية، منذ نهاية القرن الخامس عشر الميلادي إلى غاية النهضة العربية الحديثة.
L5-S1 Spondyloptosis: Surgical Treatment by Two Staged GAINES Procedure: A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ankit Syal, Dr. Yash Bharat Shah, Dr. Chintan Vinod Desai, Dr. Suryaprakash Pitamber Chandani INTRODUCTION: Various operation techniques are performed for treatment of lumbosacral spondyloptosis. Gaines procedure is one of such procedures. In which there is circumferential excision of L5. With L4-L5-S1 root decompression, with L4-S1 reduction fixation & fusion. MATERIALS and METHODS: A25-year-old lady with lumbosacral spondyloptosis with incapacitating low back pain & neurological claudication, was treated by the Gaines procedure in 2 stages : In 1st stage in supine, the anterior lumbosacral spine was approached through transperitoneal approach and the body of L5 was first removed to the base of the pedicles; L4-L5 & L5-S1 partial Dissectomy done ;In 2nd stage in prone, after 7 days ,residual pedicles, discs & complete neural arch of L5 removed; L4 & S1partial laminectomy done, L4-L5-S1& sacral nerve roots decompression done , and the body of L4 was reduced onto S1with pedicle screw fixation and intervening 10 mm height TLIF cage & banked autologous cancellous bone grafts from excised body all around(360 degree), further stabilized by transverse connector, all through a midline posterior approach, without complication. Initially rest for 6 wks, followed by gradual rehabilitation with LS brace done. RESULTS: Complaints of the patient have relieved completely after 3 months & now independent in ADL at 6 months. Anterior plus posterior fusion is progressive on sequential xrays. Satisfactory back ROM is achieved & full function is expected at 1 year CONCLUSION: Though Gaines procedure is technically demanding & time consuming procedure, in experienced hands, it definitely fulfils all requirements of curative surgery & yields good outcome for difficult problem of lumbosacral spondyloptosis in young patients.
A SURVEY ON BIGDATA SCHEDULING ON CLOUD FRAMEWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr.S.M. Jagateesan1 , V.M.Pavithra Computational science workflows have been successfully run on traditional High Performance Computing (HPC) systems like clusters and Grids for many years. Now a day, users are interested to execute their workflow applications in the Cloud to exploit the economic and technical benefits of this new rising technology. The deployment and management of workflows over the current existing heterogeneous and not yet interoperable Cloud providers, is still a challenging task for the workflow developers. The Pointer Gossip Content Addressable Network Montage Framework allows an automatic selection of the goal clouds, a uniform get entry to to the clouds, and workflow data management with respect to user Service Level Agreement (SLA) requirements. Consequently, a number of studies, focusing on different aspects, emerged in the literature. In this comparative review on workflow scheduling algorithm cloud environment is provide solution for the problems. Based on the analysis, the authors also highlight some research directions for future investigation. The previous results offer benefits to users by executing workflows with the expected performance and service quality at lowest cost.
Algumas consideraes sobre a modelagem hidrolgica aplicada gesto ambiental published in

Revista Brasileira de Gest?o Ambiental e Sustentabilidade

Published by Ecogest?o Brasil
Marcela Alves da Silva Some consideration about the hydrological modeling applied in the environmental management. The watershed modeling is used in the management of water resources in order to understand how various environmental factors present in the watershed that affects the availability and quality of water. The modeling of a watershed is the starting point for studies related to the same environmental dynamics, enabling better management and utilization of natural resources. In this work we use we will briefly discussion about the contributions of hydrological modeling in planning and watershed management in order to demonstrate how this tool has become a great alternative to environmental management, with the aid of geotechnology. Learning the model is first of all learn to observe, to notice details and questioning. The issue of water resources is not fascinating and essential for today doubt, given the increasing need for resource exploitation. The hydrologic modeling emerges as a tool to anticipate events and identify alternatives that lead to the mainte-nance of the productive capacity of the environment.
Gastroschisis with Multiple Skeletal Deformities, Imperforate Anus and Absent Genitalia : A Rare Presentation published in

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Asaranti Kar*, Tushar Kar, GD Nayak, Biswal P, Susmita B, S Naik Gastroschisis is a rare type of congenital abdominal wall defect involving full thickness of anterior abdominal wall. Out of different varieties, gastroschisis is one of the severe forms with an incidence of about 1 in 10,000 live births. The deformity is more commonly seen in young mothers less than 20 years. They are usually small for gestational age and have a high mortality rate. Only 60% survive till the end of first year. Gastroschisis with intact bowel is known as simple and those with intestinal atresia, perforation and/or necrosis are called complex gastroschisis. Usually it is not associated with any other congenital malformations. We present a rare case of gastroschisis associated with other anomalies like limb defects, kyphosis, talipes equinovarus, imperforate anus, absence of external genitalia and nipples. This congenitally abnormal fetus was delivered by a 23 year old primy at 24 weeks of gestation and was diagnosed by ultrasound.
Randomised comparative study of Fentanyl versus Butorphanol on recovery characteristics and analgesic efficacy under total intravenous anaesthesia for laparoscopic cholecystectomy. published in

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Dr. P. Harish Gautam Da, Dr. B. S. Subrahmanyam Background: The study aimed to compare the analgesic efficacy and recovery characteristics of Fentanyl and Butorphanol under TIVA (Total Intravenous Anesthesia) for laparoscopic cholecystectomy and find out the better analgesic along with Propofol. Patients and methods: Seventy two patients of ASA grade I and II of either sex in the age group of 20-60 years undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy were allocated to one of the two groups of 36 each. Group I received Inj. Fentanyl in the doses of 2 g/kg while patients in group II received Butorphanol in doses of 25g/kg. All the patients were induced with Inj. propofol 2 g/kg and intubated with 100 g/kg Vecuronium. Anaesthesia was maintained by Oxygen, Nitrous oxide and Propofol. Intra-operative hemodynamic parameters (HR, MAP) were noted. Recovery time, post operative sedation, duration of analgesia using visual analogue pain score and post operative complications were noted. Results were compared among the groups using the unpaired t test and chi square test. In all cases, p < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: Demographic characteristics as well as duration of surgery, baseline pulse rate, systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure were comparable in both the groups. Intraoperative and post operative hemodynamics in butorphanol group were more stable when compared to Fentanyl group. All the patients in butorphanol group were sedated but arousable and had analgesia for 3 hours post operatively while in case of Fentanyl group, patients required rescue analgesia within 30 minutes after extubation and patients were not sedated. No significant intra operative complication was observed in both the groups. The incidence of nausea and vomiting was slightly more in butorphanol group. No incidence of respiratory depression was noted in both the groups. Conclusion: Both Butorphanol and Fentanyl are cardio stable. Less haemodynamic variations are observed in the Butorphanol group. Recovery time in Butorphanol group was more (5.86 min) when compared to that in Fentanyl group (3.33 min) which is not clinically significant. Post operative sedation and analgesia remained for longer duration in Butorphanol group. Thus we can conclude that butorphanol is better alternative to Fentanyl in terms of haemodynamic stability and prolonged analgesia.
The Relationship Between Metacognition and Career Maturity Among Adolescents published in

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Amtoor Pavana Rao,Jayasankar Reddy BACKGROUND:Metacognition has emerged as a key concept which has been studied in relation to many aspects of learning. It has been indicated that metacognitive processes play a role in decision making of individuals. Several theories of career decision making explicitly or implicitly speak of the role of metacognition in career decision making. METHOD:This current study examines the relationship between metacognition and career maturity in adolescents in the age range of 16-18 studying in II year Pre- University/ 12th standard (n=60). Two standardized tools were used in the research, Metacognitive Awareness Inventory and Career Maturity Inventory (Indian Adaptation). Two groups of students, Group A (students studying in the Science Stream) and Group B (students studying in the Arts Stream) were compared. RESULTS: The data findings suggest that metacognition level and career maturity was not significantly related. There were no significant gender differences on all parameters. Though the level of meta-cognitive awareness was not significantly different between the groups there was a significant difference in self-appraisal component of career maturity. CONCLUSION:The role of metacognition in career decision making needs to be explored in more detail in a larger sample.
Estimating the Clinical Diagnosis and Radiological Diagnosis in Brain Computed Tomography published in

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Jeslin Annie Varghese, Sushil Yadav, Rahul P. Kotian Background: Aims: Estimating the Clinical diagnosis and Radiological diagnosis in Brain Computed Tomography.Materials and Methods:Sampling was done by convenience sampling method considering inclusion and exclusion criteria and a sample of 270 was taken and clinical diagnosis and radiological diagnosis was found bystatistically analysing the data. Results: The number of cases which agree both clinical diagnosis and radiological diagnosis were 55.56% which is greater compared to the cases which do not agree clinical and radiological diagnosis which was 44.44%
A Study on The Capital Structure of Bimetal Bearings Ltd and its Impact using EVA published in

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Dr. R. ANGAYARKANNI, ANAND SHANKAR RAJA. M Shareholders value creation is the prime aim of any organization for existing in the market and the thrust area for todays management is to find means to create value for the owners. Maximizing shareholders wealth has become the new corporate paradigm. The study area covers in determining the capital structure of the firm and measuring its impact using Economic Value Added Model. The capital structure is how a firm finances its overall operations and growth by using different sources of funds which includes a mix of a companys long-term and shortterm debt, common equity and preferred equity. Though there are many traditional models to measure the shareholders value, the modern tools EVA is used in this study which helps to measure companys financial performance based on the residual wealth which intern helps to plan optimum capital structure to increase the value of the firms.
Enhancing Social Responsibility Of Preadolescent Girls In Mumbai published in

International Journal of Public Mental Health & Neurosciences

Published by Sarvasumana Association
Shobha Bharat
PENDIDIKAN DALAM KELUARGA published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Basidin Mizal The nature of a family is not only as a gathering place for the husband, wife and children. More than that, family has significant function and role in determining the fate of a nation. Allah affirms that large losses on the judgment day are when we lose our beloved family. Allah said in Surah Asy Syuura verse 45 which meant: And you will see them brought to hell in a state of submission as (felt) worthless, they saw with sluggish view. And those who believe say: Indeed, those losers are those who lose themselves and (lose) their family on the judgment day. Remember, actually the unjust people are in eternal doom. Family improvement in all respects should be a top priority before we prioritize other. The quality of true family is not just obtaining good test scores or material, but how parents can transfer value, character and good trait to their children, so that they could live in a better society, and can dedicate themselves to The Creator. The reciprocation of a society and the state depends heavily on good or not the education in family. Preparing qualified family members synonymous with preparing for a successful future. And responsibilities of the establishment of quality are on the shoulders of the parents.
Linguistic Geometry of Surat Al-Hamd هندسه‌ی زبانی سوره‌ی حمد published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Shahrokh Mohammad Beigi Seyyed Mohammadhadi Hosseini دکتر شاهرخ محمدبیگی سیدمحمدهادی حسینی Discussion on the linguistic structure of Surat Al-Hamd rather than being the extensive interpretation issues which are highlighted in the history of religious culture, presents a methodological inquiry with new approaches to the field of Language and Literature. The origin of this method is that of which that selects brevity instead of detail, and instead of subjective and abstract structures, discloses a sensual and objective geometry; i.e., the basis of this article has been derived from a plan for three areas of gratitude, praise and prayer, which is definitely learnable and spectacular in the linguistic structure of Surat Al-Hamd. Certainly, by clarifying the linguistic structure of Surat Al-Hamd, the reasons for the supremacy and conspicuousness of this Surat, and its base in the religious discourse and its incomparable role in devotions and prayers become more apparent. The first manifestation of this linguistic geometry is in the verse of Tasmiyat or Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim, in which God's gratitude with praise are intertwined to direct the speech and behavior of believers. Six parts of this essay are all about three sides of semantic and linguistic context of Surat Al-Hamd, which are arranged one by one in the framework of resources of the language of mysticism and the mysticism of the language, and it places the literary researchers as its audience. سخن از ساختار زبانی سوره‌ی حمد جدا از مسایل گسترده‌ی تفسیری که در تاریخ فرهنگ دینی پررنگ و ارج است، جستاری روش‌مند را با رویکردهای نوین در حوزه‌ی زبان و ادب ارایه می‌نماید. خاستگاه این روش همان‌جایی است که به‌جای تفصیل، اجمال را برمی‌گزیند و به‌جای ساختارهای انتزاعی و ذهنی از هندسه‌ی حسی و عینی پرده برمی‌دارد؛ یعنی بنای این نوشتار بر اساس ؕرحی از سه حوزه‌ی سپاس و ستایش و نیایش است که قؕعاً در ساختار زبانی سوره‌ی حمد دیدنی و آموختنی است. بی‌گمان با روشن‌شدن پیکره‌ی زبانی سوره‌ی حمد دلایل برتری و نیکومنظری این سوره و پایگاه آن در گفتمان دین‌مدارانه و نقش بی بدیلش در راز و نیاز و نماز آشکارتر می‌گردد. نخستین تجلی‌گاه این هندسه‌ی زبانی در آیه‌ی تسمیت یا بسم ا الرّحمن الرّحیم است که سپاس یزدان با نیایش درهم می‌آمیزد و گفتار و رفتار دین‌باوران را سامان می‌بخشد. شش درنگ این مقاله همه پیرامون شرح سه ضلع اثرگذار در بافتار معنایی و زبانی سوره‌ی حمد است که‌یک به‌یک در چهارچوب اندوخته‌های زبان عرفان و عرفان زبان از راه می‌رسند و ادب‌پژوهان را مخاؕب خویش قرار می‌دهند.
Effect of Haematococcus pluvialis on growth and pigmentation of freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium dayanum (Handerson, 1893) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Ashu Gupta, T. A. Qureshi, Susan Manohar, Pratibha Bagre and J. D. Saroch Body colour of crustaceans is one of the important factors that affect their commercial value. To evaluate the effect of Haematococcus pluvialis on growth and pigmentations in Macrobrachium dayanum, a completely randomized experimental design was developed with 4 treatments and 3 replicates. Diets with different levels of Haematococcus pluvialis (1, 2, 3 and 4 %) were prepared. The formulated diet without Haematococcus pluvialis served as a control. The different diets were fed to the prawns, Macrobrachium dayanum for 90 days and water quality parameters were measured daily. At the end of the experiment, weight gain, Specific Growth Rate, and Food Conversion Ratio were calculated. The result shows that prawns fed with 4% of Haematococcus pluvialis achieved best performance in , weight gain, Specific Growth Rate, Food Conversion Ratio and pigmentation in Macrobrchium dayanum. While feed with 1% Haematococcus pluvialis showed lower growth, FCR and SGR and less pigmentation. This suggests that the total carotenoids content increased in prawns, with increase in the level of Haematococcus pluvialis supplemented.
Agronomic Effectiveness of Jatropha Seedcake as an Organic Fertilizer published in

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Miyanda Moombe, Obed I. Lungu Zambia has embraced bio-diesel processing from jatropha (Jatropha curcas) and, therefore, disposal of de-oiled residue of jatropha seeds (Jatropha seedcake) from the growing bio-diesel industry is likely to present challenges because it cannot be utilized as livestock feed. In this study, we explored the agronomic effectiveness of the seedcake as an organic fertilizer. We evaluated the rate of nitrogen release from the seedcake and maize crop performance in soils fertilized with the seedcake. The seedcake had a nitrogen mineralization rate of 0.14 wk-1 and its improvement to plant soil nutrient supply was evident in the vigorous growth and higher maize grain yields observed in plants grown in soils where seedcake was applied. Maize grain yields of 2.29, 2.32 and 2.75 ton ha-1 were obtained from plots treated with 2, 4 and 6 ton ha-1 of seedcake, respectively, compared to a yield of 1.4 ton ha-1 where no seedcake was applied. We, therefore, concluded that jatropha seedcake from bio-diesel processing could be safely disposed on land and be a valuable organic fertilizer. Nevertheless, further study needs to be done to ascertain possibilities of utilizing seedcake from processes where solvents are used for extracting oil from the seeds.
DETECTION OF VIRULENCE GENES(HLY,FIMH,KAPSMII) IN ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATES FROM BETA-THALASEMIC AND NON THALASEMIC PATIENTS BY USING PCR TECHINQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shahad Raad Mezaal1*, Ayad Al-Ubaidy2 and Zaid N. Abbas3 Background: Thalassemia is a hereditary anemia resulting from defects in hemoglobin production. Beta Thalassemia, caused by a decrease in the production of ?-globin chains, affects multiple organs and associated with considerable morbidity and mortality. This study aimed to comparsion between thalasemic and non thalasemic by used specific primers and identifying different microorganisms (aerobicand anaerobic) from urine and blood to detect. Materials and methods: The study samples consist of[41] Thalasemic and[18] non Thalasemic patients respectly. Isolation from mid urine and[25] Thalasmic and [25] non Thalasemic patients respectly. Isolation from Blood. Results: The main bacterial isolates were identified as47 isolates of E.coli (43.1 %), 9 isolates (8.3%) of S. Pneumonia., was 8 isolates of C. Pneumonia (7.3 %), 3 isolates of porteus and K. Pneumonia1 (11.9%). Whereas 6 isolates of Enterobacter colaca represented (5.5%), While P. aeruginosa represente 9 (8.3 %) and lastly Salmonella typhi and pseudomonas .spp(3.7%) for each In addition, Pantoea spp represents (2.8%). A highly significant difference was found between thalassaemic patients and non thalasemic found virulence genes. Bacterial in urine and blood of were found to be higher in the study compared to control group and the difference was statistically highly significant(P<0.01). Molecular methods (PCR analysis)of virulence genes ,resistance,genotyping of E.coli by using primers specific to type 1 fimbria gene (fimH) and capsule gene (kpsMTII), hemolysin (hly). The PCR assay results identified 45 fimH (58%) and kpsMTII (40%) while hly (28%). Conclusion: Patients with Beta thalasemic major had more infectionsseverity compared to non Thalasemicpitients.
Impact of Anuloma Viloma Pranayama on Vital Capacity of Different Age Group Female published in

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Barka Bhardwaj, Dr. M. A. Hassan The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of anuloma viloma pranayama on vital capacity of different age group female. Ninety (90) female subjects were selected in early adulthood and their age ranging between 20 to 39 years. These female working subjects were selected from Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh and novice with pranayama. These subjects were classified into three groups based on their age as Group 1: 21 to 25 years, Group 2: 26 to 30 years and Group 3: 31 to 35 years each constitutes fifteen (30) subjects. The vital capacity was selected as criterion variable and measured through spirometer. The selected female subjects were administered Anuloma Viloma pranayama training daily in the morning between 06:00am to 07:00am for three months. Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) on vital capacity between the groups was significant, F (2,86) = 63.39, p = 0.000. The findings of the study show that vital capacity tends to increase as a result of Anuloma Viloma pranayama training for three months. It is concluded that daily practice of Anuloma Viloma pranayama training for three months displayed significant increase in vital capacity among different age group female, among which 21 to 25 years old female subjects elicited 4.93% of increase in vital capacity.
Evaluation of the Effect of Chemical Degradation of Copper Leaching Solution on Permeability of Rock Mass Using DFN-DEM Modeling (Case Study: DAREZAR Mine-Kerman) published in

Analytical and Numerical Methods in Mining Engineering

Published by Yazd University
M. Akbariforouz, A. Baghbanan, H. Hashemolhosseini, A. Ahmadi Ameleh Evaluating the effects of sulfuric acid solution used in leaching of copper metal on hydro- mechanical behavior of rock mass, and also understanding of chemo- hydro- mechanical coupling processes related to this phenomenon are the main objectives of this research work. Biotechnology is regarded as one of the most promising and certainly the most revolutionary solution to the defects of pyrometallurgy. It holds the promise of dramatically reducing the capital cost of the projects. It also offers the opportunity to reduce the environmental pollution. A set of laboratory experiments were implemented for evaluating the influences of sulfuric acid with different pH values; 1, 3 and 5 on the properties of three types of Andesite rock joints in heap leaching site of DAREZAR copper mine. Joint roughness coefficient, joint shear stiffness, joint aperture, and shear strength of degraded rock joints in different sulfuric acid concentrations were measured. Using a Discrete Fracture Network-Distinct Element Method (DFN-DEM) approach, the effect of chemical solution on permeability of the fractured rock mass is evaluated. The numerical modeling results show that with decreasing pH value of copper metal leaching solution, the coefficients of equivalent permeability tensor increases. The effect of ratio of horizontal to vertical stresses (k0) on hydraulic properties of Andesite rock mess is also negligible.
Influence of aril browning on biochemical properties of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
H. SINGH, 1N. SINGH, 2A. MARATHE AND J. UGALAT Department of Agril Biochemistry, 1 Department of Biotechnology, Instrumentation and Environmental science Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Mohanpur-741252, West Bengal 2 Division of Biochemistry, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa-100012, New Delhi Aril browning (AB) is one of the major physiological problems of pomegranate, resulting in diminution of quality and commercial value of the fruits. The present study was taken up to investigate the biochemical changes in pulp and seed of aril browning affected fruit in comparison with healthy fruits. Biochemical studies revealed that AB affected aril had higher total sugars (84.45 mg g-1 fresh weight of tissue), reducing sugar (53.40 mg g-1 fresh weight of tissue), TSS (16.3%) and starch (194.96 mg g-1 of tissue dry weight) as compared to healthy aril. Whereas, protein content was lower in AB affected seeds (6.92 mg g-1 FW of tissue) as compared to healthy seeds (7.832 mg g-1 FW of tissue). There was a gradual decrease in anthocyanin (from 0.53 to 0.33 mg 100-1 g) and total phenol content (from 141.25 to 109.70 mg 100-1 g) with the increase in intensity of browning. AB affected seeds showed reduced activities of enzyme like amylase (7.36 mg maltose liberated h-1 g-1 of protein) and total dehydrogenase (1.44 ?A485 g-1 fresh weight of tissue), in contrast to this there was increased activity of enzyme polyphenol oxidase (0.0063 ?A412mg-1 protein min-1) as compared to seed of healthy aril.
Seasonal analysis of Physico-Chemical parameters of water in Fish industrial area, Chinnamuttom published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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*P.A. Mary Helen, I.H. Belsha Jaya Edith, S. Jaya Sree and R. J. Shalini Jose The present study was designed to demonstrate the seasonal variations in physico-chemical parameters water samples from fish industrial area in Chinnamuttom near Kanyakumari. Water samples were collected in three different seasons. Water samples were analyzed for physicochemical parameters including pH, electrical conductivity, turbidity, total dissolved solids, alkalinity, total hardness, dissolved oxygen, BOD, COD and anions analyzed were Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn, No3 -, No2 -, So4 2-, Po4 2- , F- and Cl-. The data showed variation of the investigated parameters in samples as follows: pH 6.69 7.33, electrical conductivity 2573 - 3980micS/cm, F-, 0.2 0.6mg/L; No3 -, 4 10 mg/L; No2 -, 0.70 - 1.22 mg/L; The concentrations of most of the investigated parameters in the water sample from fish industrial area in Chinnamuttom river were exceeded the permissible limit of WHO and CPHEEO water quality guidelines.
Navigating New Legal Demands For Franchisor Accountability published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Carolyn Plump, Esq., David J. Ketchen Franchising is a relationship wherein one organization (i.e., the franchisor) allows other organizations (i.e., franchisees) to use its brand name, products, and processes in exchange for fees. Because franchising offers franchisors the opportunity to build their brands quickly, it is perhaps not surprising that many firms rely on franchising as a key tool for organization design. One caution about franchising is that its use brings a complex array of legal issues into play. As franchising increases in popularity, so too does the scrutiny paid to this organizational form by the legal system. Indeed, the courts appear to be demanding increased accountability from franchisors. The goal of this Point of View article is to explain how organizations can avoid problems associated with increased accountability and even benefit from it.
CARD-LESS ATM SYSTEM published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Rushikesh Kulkarni (B.E.), Muzammil Madki (B.E.), Tejas Mapari (B.E.) The current ATM system uses ATM card and PIN(Pin Identification Number) for authentication purpose. This system is susceptible to many security issues such as theft of ATM card, Lebanese loop, skimming etc. Hence in this paper we propose an embedded system that uses fingerprint authentication (not ATM cards) for accessing user account along with Pin Identification Number (PIN). In this system, Bankers will collect customer finger-prints, mobile number, e-mail and name while opening the account. If two or more persons need to access the account then fingerprints of all of them can be taken. Even multiple fingerprints of a same person are taken to make access easy. All this information is stored in bank's database. Account number and Pin Identification number are given to the user. The customer needs to validate his fingerprint first and need to enter PIN. This information is sent to server for authentication. If server validates this information then customer can access his account. This makes developed system secure rather than current system which uses only PIN for authentication.
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.
Occupational Health Hazards Among Ginning Women Workers published in

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Dr.D.Sridevi, Dr. S.Radhai Sri The present cross sectional study was carried out in the urban areas of Tirupur and Erode districts of Tamilnadu .Totally 150 nonpregnant, nonlactating adult women performing varied textile tasks and aged between 20 to 60 years were identified randomly from ginning (n=150) industry. About 43 per cent and 85 per cent of ginners respectively showed symptoms for protein calorie malnutrition and anaemia. Respiratory symptoms classified under mild and moderate degree were prevalent among less than 50 per cent of textile women workers. Similarly, 2040 per cent of them had symptoms for musculoskeletal aches many of them suffered from backache, joint pains, headache and general tiredness
A STUDY ON THE CONSUMERS' ATTITUDE TOWARDS COMPLAINING IN CONSUMER FORUMS IN CHENNAI published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mohamed Abbas Khan G, Dr. G. P. Raman This study is of immense significance in today's scenario as the business is divergent and expanding day by day with various promotional tactics. Most of the consumers experience some sort of discomfort in day to day purchases, but the majority of it could not rise against it. This research work examines the attitude of consumers of consumer durables in Chennai towards the functioning of consumer forums. The study anslyses on the elements for hesitation among the consumer's regarding filing of cases against companies. The focus is on enabling the consumers to regularly update themselves with available consumer rights and live a healthy and prestigious life.
Finger Pinch Loosening and Tightening Torques on Small Cylindrical Handles Among Industrial Workers published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Sheik N Imrhan, Maria Jose Munoz-Vasa An experiment was conducted with 23 assembly line workers in a manufacturing plant to study to the variation in finger torque strengths on small handles. Subjects exerted MVC torques on small cylindrical handles with different finger contact surface finishes (smooth and knurled) and different diameters (3.3, 5.0, 6.4, 9.5, and 19.0 mm). Three similar handles with flanged finger contact were also tested to simulate torqueing on a specific medical device. The flange widths were 6.4, 9.5, and 19.0 cm. Both loosening and tightening peak torques were measured. Ten males and 13 females between the ages of 22 and 55 years were tested. Each performed 26 different torque exertions while standing (20 on cylinders and 6 on flanges). The results indicated that finger torque strength decreased steadily as diameter of the cylindrical handle, or length of the flange, decreased. It was also stronger for tightening compared to loosening, and for knurled cylinders compared with smooth cylinders. Of greater interest was the 2-factor interaction effects on torque – surface*direction, surface*diameter and diameter*direction for the cylinders; and direction*width for the flanges. These interactions indicate that the change in torque over one torqueing factor is not independent of other factors. These results have implications for the design of small device parts, as in some types of medical products.
A Study on Customer Brand Awareness on Duroflex Mattress in Hosur City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. S. Nagasanthi, Rayinkutty Perinchikkal It is highly unpredictable to know the consumers decision to buy a product or not to buy as today's market is more dynamic in nature with more and more product offerings with the short product life cycles. This is because of the fastest changes in the area of product innovations across the world with the advent of sophisticated technologies. As the customer choice is widened with more brand awareness among the consumers and the impact on the customer satisfaction could be measured more accurately. This paper focuses on the prospective buyers' with respect to their brand awareness and its impact on the level of customer satisfaction of the tobacco products manufactured by Duroflex Pvt. Ltd. This study was conducted in Visakhapatnam a city of India with a sample of 200 respondents. The research results suggests that there is an impact of brand awareness on customer satisfaction with respect to product quality, price etc.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITY OF SOME NOVEL SUBSTITUTED 2-AMINO BENZOTHIAZOLE DERIVATIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
D. Nooka Raju, D.V.R. Subhadra Devi, D. Grace Aghastina, K. Govinda Rao* and K. Sathish Kumar The present study deals with synthesis of some novel substituted 2-amino benzothiazole and their spectral characterization by means of UV, IR and 1H NMR. The compounds were screened for analgesic activity. Results obtained established compounds J3 and J1 to have highly significant analgesic activity with reference to the standard aspirin and consequently further exploration of these benzothiazole derivatives should make these molecules accessible for widespread use as potent analgesic agents.
Genus Merremiarepresent in Ahmedabad City, Gujarat, India published in

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Devendrasinh D. Bihola Ahmedabad is a largest city of Gujarat state situated in Central Gujarat and it is located on Sabarmati river. The herbaceous diversity is highly diversified in vegetation and has rich number of floristic composition due to topography, climate and edaphic factors which are favourable for such luxurious vegetation. Present paper deals with the synoptically analysis of the genus Merremiabelong to family Convolvulaceae. It further compares the data with Flora of Gujarat state (Shah1978), Flora of Ahmedabad(Vaidya 1967), Flowering Plants of the Gujarat University campus and surroundings, Ahmedabad (Pandya 1972).
Review on Data Mining with Big Data published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Vitthal Yenkar, Prof. Mahip Bartere Big Data relates large-volume, complex, increasing data sets with multiple independent sources. With the rapid evolution of data, data storage and the networking collection capability, Big Data are now speedily expanding in all science and engineering domains. Big Data mining is the ability of extracting constructive information from huge streams of data or datasets, that due to its variability, volume, and velocity. Data mining includes exploring and analyzing big quantity of data to locate different molds for big data. Artificial intelligence (AI) and statistics are the fields which develop these techniques, This paper discusses a characterizes applications of Big Data processing model and Big Data revolution, from the data mining outlook. The analysis of big data can be troublesome because it often involves the collection and storage of mixed data based on different patterns or rules (heterogeneous mixture data). This has made the heterogeneous mixture property of data a very important issue. This paper introduces ?heterogeneous mixture learning,? We study the tough issues in the Big Data revolution and also in the data-driven model.
Policies and priorities for healthier sustainable water management in river basin cities of developing countries published in

The Journal of Community Health Management

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Naveen Kumar Mishra, Meghkanta Mohapatra The Journal of Community Health Management is a peer reviewed journal and an official publication of Innovative Publications. The journal publishes papers, original research articles, editorials on Preventive Medicine, Community Health, Health Management, Health Statistics, Biostatics, Nutrition, Epidemiology and Health Services Research. All correspondence to the Journal be made to the Chief Editor, The Journal of Community Health Management (JCHM).
STUDY OF SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS INFLUENCING THE VACCINATION STATUS OF CHILDREN. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Sudhir Mehta* Background: Immunization has been one of the most significant, cost-effective and stimulatory public health interventions. Although a definitive immunization program has been advocated for children in our country, the immunization coverage is far from satisfactory. The current study seeks to assess vaccination coverage and socio demographic factors affecting immunization status of children. This study helps to understand the problems to better manage the program at the local level. Materials And Methods: A cross-sectional survey was conducted in Bhanwrasla area of Indore city in march-2014 to June-2014. 200 children between 01 to 05 years were included in the study. Data were collected by a predesigned, pre-tested, semi structured questionnaire by house to house visit. Results: The coverage level was 46.86% for complete vaccination. Illiteracy of parents, (30.73%) and lack of knowledge regarding immunization (24.16%) were the most common reasons for incomplete vaccination. Low parental age, lower socioeconomic class, home delivery, less antenatal visits, birth order etc. are significantly associated, while gender was not significantly associated with vaccination coverage of children in the study area. Conclusion: Observation from the present study points towards pressing the need to accelerate efforts of more focused interventions towards the target group (i.e. illiterate parents, lower socioeconomic class, etc.) for improving the situation in the study area.
THE ROLE OF SPRITUAL ACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT: A DEDUCTIVE PHENOMENOLOGY STUDY IN KENDARI CITY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Peribadi* This paper is a critical review from the results of study in writer’s dissertation on Reconstruction of Participatory Paradigm Based on ESQ Power (2015b). The result of paradigmatic reconstruction is relevant to be applied in various forms of today’s social deconstruction. However, here, the writer only develops one of several values of Prophetic Spiritual as the resources of discourse. The research was developed through methodology discourse with these approaches: (1) a deductive interpretive phenomenology referred by Raimun Karl Popper (Muhadjir, 2011); (2) a case study referred by Yin (2008); and (3) procedures "member checks" meant by Denzin (2009). All three approaches were used eclectically in order to design an ideal formulation. The results showed a reconstructed ideal formulation. Moreover, it also describes various views of experts as the validation and legitimacy toward the results of ideal formulations which designed based on the results of case studies on Pronangkis (Poverty Reduction Program).
Emerging Dimension in Management (Finance) - Corporate Debt Refinancing published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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

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S. Soundhariya. , S. Sathyan A successful retailing business requires that a good image to be created in the customers mind that permeates all product and service offerings. Visual merchandising is a new skill which is growing popular nowadays. Visual Merchandising is defined as the presentation of any and all merchandise at its best: colour coordinated (synchronized colours), accessorized (related products/props) and self explanatory (descriptive/illustrative). One of the final stages in the process of setting up of retail store is Visual Merchandising which customers would find attractive and appealing. Visual merchandising not only presents merchandise in an attractive manner to give visual treat to customers but also encourages impulse buying by customer. Visual merchandising techniques are used by retailers to convert ordinary visitors to customers. This study gives deep insight about the emerging skill visual merchandising, technique it uses and its role in customer buying decisions and impulse purchase.
Current Treatment Approach of Endometrial Cancer - Special Issue published in

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Androutsopoulos G*, Michail G, Adonakis G, Decavalas G Systematic surgical staging is the primary treatment, for most patients with endometrial cancer and includes: total hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy and complete resection of all disease. Especially in patients with type II endometrial cancer, systematic surgical staging includes additional omentectomy, appendectomy and biopsy of any suspected lesion. Although pelvic washings are no longer part of FIGO surgical staging system for endometrial cancer, they should be reported separately. Especially in endometrial cancer patients with increased risk for recurrence or at advanced stage disease, it is necessary a more aggressive treatment approach with postoperative adjuvant radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy. Postoperative adjuvant radiotherapy in endometrial cancer patients includes vaginal brachytherapy and external radiotherapy. Vaginal brachytherapy is the adjuvant treatment of choice for intermediate risk endometrial cancer patients. External pelvic radiotherapy is the adjuvant treatment of choice only in high risk endometrial cancer patients. Postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy has very important role for endometrial cancer patients with advanced stage disease. The combination of adjuvant chemotherapy and radiotherapy is promising in high risk endometrial cancer patients or in endometrial cancer patients at advanced stage disease. Molecular targeted therapies have only modest effect in unselected endometrial cancer patients. Especially the role of ErbBtargeted therapies in selected EC patients, should be further investigated.
IMPACT OF PESTICIDE ON HAEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF CYPRINUS CARPIO published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Vaiyanan V., *G. Sridharan1, S. Raveendran2 and K. Chairman3 The impact of acute and sublethal toxicity of a synthetic Monocrotophos pesticide* on some haematological and biochemical parameters of a freshwater fish Cyprinus carpio was estimated. Aquatic environment by various pollutants like pesticides, heavy metals, detergents and discharge of effluents from various industries induce changes in the behavioural, physiological and biochemical aspects of inhabitants, particularly fishes. These pollutants cause serious effects on growth, physiology and survival rate of aquatic organism especially fish. The present work is one such attempt to investigate the effect of heavy metal pesticide on haematological parameter of C. carpio. Effects of sublethal concentrations of Monocrotophos (2.5ppm, 5.0ppm and 7.5ppm) on haematological parameters were studied in fresh water C. carpio. Monocrotophos toxicity resulted in a significant decrease in all the sub lethal concentrations and maximum 60 days at 7.5 ppm (RBC (2.2), Hemoglobin content (0.4), ESR(1.5) and PCV % (1.4) and a significant increase in WBC count (62). To determine the normale values of haematological parameters on carp, at intensive rearing, it is necessary the continuation of studies that could offer standards for physiological condition and for pathological inquest.
HOW TEACHER PROFESSIONALISM STRUGGLES TO SURVIVE WITHIN THE GREEK SECONDARY EDUCATION SYSTEM published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Thomas Georgas, Polyanthi Tsigkou, Georgios Giannoukos In this paper the focus is on issues of professional identity of teachers in Greece, under conditions of significant change in government policy and educational restructuring. This restructuring actually led to a partition into two fragments, what we will call balkanization, of the secondary education system. The concept of professionalism between educational practitioners in each fragment of education, and the emerging need of a professional ethos will be presented in the following sections
SOME IMMUNOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF IRAQI PATIENTS WITH PERIODENTAL DISEASES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohemid M Al-Jebouri*1 and Hadeel M Al-Hadeethi2 Background: Periodontal disease could be defined as a disorder of supporting structures of teeth, including the gingiva, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone. Periodontal disease develops from a preexisting gingivitis. Systemic alterations of the cellular and humoral immune responses to periodontal pathogens among chronic periodontitis patients have been evaluated, including immunosuppression, exaggerated inflammatory cell responses, impaired neutrophils, and antibody production. Methodology: One hundred eighteen samples were examined in the present study.Complements C3 and C4 and immunoglobulins IgA,IgM and IgG proteins were determined by radial immunodiffusion (RID) plate containing a specific antibody will form an immuno-complex, visible as a ring around the well. IgE was determined by ST AIA PACK IgE II kit(manufactured by Tosoh ,Japan) . Interleukins in periodontal patient were determined by quantikine ELISA kit (Human IL-4 and Human IL-10;Manufactured by R&D system,USA).Results: It was found significant positive linear correlation between C3 and C4, C4 and IgA, and significant negative correlation between C4 and IL-10(p<0.05).Conclusions: The immunological analysis results showed that that the comparison of serum IgA, IgM and IgG ; C3 and C4 ; IL-4 and IL-10 concentrations between patients and control groups were significant ( p <0.05). It was found significant positive linear correlation between C3 and C4, C4 and IgA, and significant negative correlation between C4 and IL-10(p<0.05).
SCREENING OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGI ISOLATED FROM SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS IN JABALPUR REGION FOR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Diva Gupta, Rama Mandal, Jyoti Singh Puttey and Sardul S. Sandhu* Drug resistance in bacteria, globally, has become an important issue and search for new antibacterial agent is inevitable. Endophytic fungi from medicinal plants provide a reservoir of bioactive metabolites. The present study made an attempt to isolate and screen endophytic fungi from some medicinal plants of Jabalpur region. The bioactive compounds from these fungi have tremendous antibacterial activity against five pathogenic bacteria viz. Escherichia coli, Bacillus subtilis, Salmonella typhimurium, Streptococcus pyogenes, Klebsiella pneumoniae. The isolated endophytic fungi may lead to novel natural product for use in pharmaceutical industries.
ARM MICRO-CONTROLLER BASED MULTI -FUNCTION SOLAR TRACKING SYSTEM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
D.Rajendra Prasad, K.Sudhakar? In remote areas the sun is a cheap source of electricity because instead of hydraulic generators it uses solar cells to produce electricity. While the output of solar cells depends on the intensity of sunlight and the angle of incidence. The solar panels must remain in front of sun during the whole day. But due to rotation of earth those panels cant maintain their position always in front of sun. This problem results in decrease of their efficiency. Thus to get a constant output, an automated system is required which should be capable to constantly rotate the solar panel. In this project we are implementing Automatic Sun tracking System on both sides. One side of automatic sun tracking system we have sensor network which track the position of sun and based on the position rotate the solar panel towards the direction where the intensity of sunlight is maximum and transmit the data to control remote system via wired or wireless medium. Based on the data received it gives the signal to stepper motor to rotate the large panel. The unique feature of this system is that instead of taking the earth as its reference, it takes the sun as a guiding source. The system can display the result on the LCD display. The primary objectives were compact design, efficient energy collection, and ability to monitor available battery charge status using ARM based Microcontroller and also provide to power supply for control system unit. In this project we are using ARM7TDMI based LPC2148 microcontroller to control the position of the solar panel ,which is having 64 pin capability ,512KB of Flash memory ,8 to 32KB of SRAM and many peripherals ,working with internal clock generation using PLLs up to 60 MHz . The application code will be developed in Embedded C language. Keil4 IDE software will be used to build the Hex file and flash magic is used to dump the GENERATED Hex file in to microcontroller.
Common Mistakes in Communication published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Humera Nafees Very often while communicating with people who has English as a second language background we noticed that people are making grammatical mistakes unknowingly. Some time its the use of past tense where as they mean to say something about present tense, sometimes they use future tense whereas they mean to say about past tense visa versa. It also indicates that they use wrong synonyms for the required situation; less exposure to the vocabulary could be the reason for it. Due the mother tong influence speaker use wrong pronunciation even though they are well educated they use wrong stress and intonation in their communication. This paper will discuss about the general and unnoticed verbal mistakes done by mistakes and the solution for it. Humera Nafees"Common Mistakes in Communication" 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/ijtsrd14598.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/14598/common-mistakes-in-communication/humera-nafees
A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge of Parents Regarding Suicidal Tendency in Adolescents in Selected Secondary Schools of Mumbai City published in

Published by
MRS. NANDA M. PARDESHI, DR. RAKESH GHILDIYAL, Dr (Mrs) Mary Mathews N. Adolescence is a period of turmoil, if not dealt with it effectively. The perplexity which adolescents face could compel them to resort to such an act which could be harmful. The academic failure, loss of loved ones during the period of adolescence can affect them seriously. They may turn to the decision of ending their lives by deliberate self-harm i.e. suicide. There is increasing concern about suicide rates in the ulnerable developmental stage of adolescence.A descriptive study was done to assess the knowledge of parents regarding suicidal tendency in adolescents in selected secondary schools of Mumbai city. The study was conducted with a descriptive survey design. A structured questionnaire was developed to assess the knowledge. 500 parents were selected with a probability multistage sampling technique. The collected data was analysed with descriptive and inferential statistics. Study concluded that the majority of parents had poor knowledge and there was a significant association of gender, income and education with their knowledge regarding suicidal tendency in adolescents.
Cross-Sectional Study on Underground Mining: Relationship Between The Risks Identified by Workers and Those Established by Underground Mining Companies, Cundinamarca, 2014. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Miryam Esther Hernandez Rodriguez, Macedonio Hernandez Rodriguez, Edith Mireya Mora Lozano, Milciades Iba Ntilde Ez Pinilla, Marcela Varona Uribe Introduction: The mining sector is a source of economic and social development for Colombia (the Mining locomotive), therefore the study thereof in terms of occupational health becomes necessary. Objective: To characterize preventive and work medicine, hygiene and industrial safety subprograms of underground coal mining companies and to determine the association between the risks identified by workers and those laid down by the company in the department of Cundinamarca. Materials and methods Cross-sectional study using two types of structured questionnaires: one for the company that characterized the status of the Occupational Health Program, and another aimed at the employees who identified the knowledge of the risks of exposure, the use of personal protection elements and the actions taken by the employer. Results The development of the Occupational Health Program in Cundinamarca is low, in the range of 25.26% to 38.85%. In the identification of the risk a relationship was observed between extreme temperatures (5.00%) and the use of sharp tools (58.8%). The use of personal protection equipment and the supply thereof was related to the use of facemasks (60.00%) and sling (94.70%). Conclusions The implementation of state controls to mitigate risks and comply with sound working conditions to decrease the rates of accidents and occupational diseases is required.
A LEAN SIX SIGMA APPROACH TO REDUCE WAITING AND REPORTING TIME IN THE RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN KOLKATA published in

International Education and Research Journal

Published by
Dr (Brig). A. P. Pandit, Ms. Tanima Debmallik A Lean Six Sigma (DMAIC) approach was taken to study the issue of the imaging services cycle turnaround time (TAT) of the Radiology Department of a Tertiary care Hospital Kolkata. By conducting a Gemba Walk interview (Annexure 1) and Time motion study (Annexure 2), the entire process was mapped and areas causing delay were identified in the defining and measuring stage. Pareto analysis yielded the root causes of delay in the analysing stage. In the intervention stage practical approaches were undertaken to increase patient orientation and preparedness for the scan thereby decreasing pre-test waiting time and streamlining of operations. The reporting process ultimately aided in reduced pre-test and post-test waiting times.
A Study of Different Factors Influencing Consumers Pre-Purchase Buying Behaviour Towards Laptop. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. A C Brahmbhatt, Sejal Acharya Today Laptop industry is a booming industry in India. Consumers desires and expectations are moving on. It becomes very difficult for the laptop manufacturers to survive in the market if they dont understand the growing needs of the consumers. This paper aims to understand the present usage pattern among users and extracting factors which influence the consumers buying decisions. 232 respondents were chosen from Ahmedabad and Gandhingar through random sampling method. The results from the study show that there are basically four factors extracted from the survey: technical specifications, Outlook of the product, purchase convenience and Affordability which affect the consumers.
An Analysis of Genetic Algorithm and Tabu Search Algorithm for Channel Optimization in Cognitive AdHoc Networks? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
V.Jayaraj, J.Jegathesh Amalraj, S.Hemalatha? Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks (CRAHNs) constitute a viable solution to solve the current problems of inefficiency in the spectrum allocation, and to deploy highly reconfigurable and self-organizing wireless networks. Cognitive Radio (CR) devices are envisaged to utilize the spectrum in an opportunistic way by dynamically accessing different licensed portions of the spectrum. However the phenomena of channel fading and primary cum secondary interference in cognitive radio networks does not guarantee application demands to be achieved continuously over time. The limited available spectrum and the inadequacy in the spectrum usage necessitate a new communication standard to utilize the existing wireless spectrum opportunistically. Here, we discuss the existing mechanisms that are followed to improve the optimization of channel allocation in cognitive network. This paper compares the techniques used to optimize the Secondary Users performance in Channel Allocation.
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION published in

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ANTIMICROBIAL EFFECT OF FRESH AND DRIED GARLIC EXTRACT (SPICE) AGAINST BACILLUS CEREUS IN RAW AND COOKED COUSCOUS (STARCHY FOOD). published in

Ewemen Journal of Microbial Research (EJMR)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
ABDULSALAM H.I., *UMAR S.S., ZUBAIRU R., BOSSO T.S., MOHAMMED B., BELLO R.Y., HILL D.J. This study was designed to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of dried and fresh form of Garlic (Allium sativum) extract against the starchy food spoilage bacteria Bacillus cereus. Bacillus cereus strains 10, 110 and 555 obtained from the bacterial stock of the University of Wolverhampton (UK) were prepared and tested on tryptone soya agar (TSA) and in couscous (raw and cooked) using the agar radial diffusion, MICs and MBCs procedures at variable temperatures, garlic extract concentrations and in presence or absence of salt. Results indicated less than 6hrs mean generation time for all the three B. cereus strains in TSA and broth growth media with less growth on TSA containing cooked couscous and high contamination in raw couscous. Agar diffusion results show high zone of inhibition of 48 mm/dm for B. cereus 555 at 20% concentration of aqueous dry garlic extract followed by relatively low activity at 1.25% and 0.625% concentrations. While low inhibition was found using aqueous extracts of fresh garlic. However MBC, MIC and ½ MIC values 0.625, 0.156 and 0.078% w/v concentration of aqueous dry garlic extract proves to have an antimicrobial effect on B. cereus found in cooked couscous with or without salt. Furthermore, the results indicated the effect of cooking temperature of 100oC capable of killing the pathogen and 4°C capable of growth inhibition. Optimum growth temperature of B. cereus was shown to be at 30oC with slow and steady growth in between 15- 25oC. Thus, overall results indicated that dried garlic aqueous extract concentrations exhibited antimicrobial activity with MIC values of 0.039%, 0.155%, 0.078% and MBCs of 0.3%, 0.625%, and 0.3% concentrations against B. cereus 555, 110 and 10 respectively in cooked couscous with no significant inhibition using ½ MIC dilution assays. Keywords: Garlic extracts; B. cereus; Couscous; Agar radial diffusion; MBC; MIC
MALPRAKTIK DOKTER DALAM PERSPEKTIF HUKUM published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Bambang Heryanto Now adays malpractice problem of health service start to talk lively by the various society. That matter is seen from many indictment cases of malpractice which submitted by the society about a doctor profession that regarded to have inflicted the patient in conducting a task which are cause the wrong act, feel pain, injury, physical defect, body damage, and death. A law justification of doctor malpractice which is cause the inflicted of patient, so the victim side could be demand for materil and immateril compensation. The law protection of doctor malpractices victim who is demand to the court, a judges could apply a Res Ipsa Loquitur doctrine, its means that the victim sides does not need to prove the presence of carelessness substances, but they enough to show the truth. Keyword: Malpractice, Res Ipsa Loquitur
Evaluation of Polymerization Shrinkage of Light Cured Composite Resins published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Ravisankar Damineni, Abhilash, Mashalkar Shailendra, G Sharaschandra Reddy. Aim: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the polymerization shrinkage of four different light cured composite resins used for restorative purposes by measuring shrinkage strain. Materials and Method: Thirty composite samples were divided into three groups of ten each. An experimental design was made to record the shrinkage strain while curing the composite sample. The readings were recorded and statistical analysis was done. Results: Results showed samples in group II (fiber reinforced composite) had least polymerization shrinkage whereas group III (Nano filled composite) had the highest shrinkage. Conclusion: Resin matrix composition, filler volume, type of filler and lot of other factors has to be considered before selecting a composite resin for a successful restoration.
An Observational Study of Clinical Pattern of Adverse Cutaneous Drug Reactions and Causative Agents in Tertiary Health Care Center. published in

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Dr. Vimmi Agrawal, Dr. S. P. Pandey, Dr. Usha Gupta Adverse cutaneous drug reactions (ACDRs) are caused by a wide variety of agents. The pattern of cutaneous ADR and the drugs responsible for them is changing every year. Aims: Our objective was to evaluate the clinical pattern of ACDRs and the causative drugs in the tertiary health care center. Methods: fifty five patients with adverse cutaneous drug reactions were recruited for this study during 2013-2014. Results: The Most of ACDRs belonged to the age group of 21-30 years (27.27%). The male to female ratio was1.75:1. The most common eruptions observed were maculopapular rash (41.81%) followed by fixed drug eruption (20%), Erythema multiforme and SJS/TEN (10.90%), and the most common causes were NSAIDs followed by antimicrobial agents. Conclusion: The pattern of ACDRs And the drugs causing them is remarkably different in our population. Knowledge of these drug eruptions, the causative drugs and the prognostic indicators is essential for the clinician.
The Effect of Fillers on the Chemical, Mechanical and Dielectric Properties of Polyvinyl Chloride Composites published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Amel Muhson Naji The compounding of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with two types of fillers and some additives were studied for the manufacturing of acid resistant tile. Various concentrations of two types of fillers namely; calcium carbonate and recycled glass powder were used along with different additives generally categorized as plasticizers, stabilizers, and lubricants were mixed in the standard concentration unit parts per hundred resins (phr) with the PVC as base polymer. The effects of filler materials on acid resistant towered different acids like sulphuric, nitric and hydrochloric at different concentration were studied. Samples which passed the test were further checked for dielectric strength and mechanical properties. It was found that the recycled glass powder is very suitable filler for preparing PVC composites materials for flooring tile, where most samples undergo negligible change in weight and maintained its shape and flexibility during the acid resistant test.
RELATION OF EXPOSURE TO COAL DUST, CRYSTALLINE SILICA AND PNEUMOCONIOSIS IN WORKERS OF UNDERGROUND COALMINES, CUNDINAMARCA, 2014. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ogbonna Brian Onyebuchi* Pharmaceutical care is the responsible provision of pharmacotherapy for the purpose of achieving definite outcomes which improves a patients quality of life. It optimizes patients health-related quality of life while achieving positive clinical outcomes within the ambient of realistic and minimal economic expenditures. This article pointed out the benefits of pharmaceutical care towards improving patients treatment outcomes and actualization of clinicians treatment goals and brings to the fore the importance attached to patients and the strategic position given to them in the entire care process. It recognizes the sovereignty of the patient and the critical roles they play and the strategic position they occupy in the health care value chain. All the activities and responsibilities taken by the pharmacist in carrying out pharmaceutical care is predominantly patient centered, patients utility and outcome targeted, in collaboration with other health care givers but having the patient as the sole object of interest at the heart and soul of the entire care process while observing the highest ethical standards in dealing with patients. Provisions are made for regular feedback and follow-up to effect necessary interventions timely. Pharmaceutical care recognizes patients as fundamentally key to all its operations and seeks to satisfy all patients drug therapy needs towards achieving treatment goals and improving patients quality of life.
Productivity of taggar goats as affected by sex of kids and litter size published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Bushara I 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.
Comparing and Analysing Of Different Type Reinforced Concrete Structures with Package Programs published in

Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science

Published by Black Sea Publishers
Asiye KARAYER, Metin Hakan SEVERCAN In this study, two different type of fifteen-story reinforced concrete structure models have been analyzed by using Sta4CAD, IdeCAD and SAP2000 package programs commonly used in practice. The package programs are compared in terms of the layer weights, natural vibration periods, effective mass participation rates, earthquake forces, soft layer irregularity and second order effects obtained by analysis of structures. The items of Turkish Seismic Code-2007 are taken into consideration in comparisons. In the study, fifteen-story reinforced concrete framed and curtain wall-framed structures were examined. The results of package programs were examined with reference to the results obtained from SAP2000 program.
NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION AND ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL OF COASTAL, WILD LEAFY VEGETABLES FROM RATNAGIRI DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Lubdha Kagale* and Anjali Sabale Green leafy vegetable consumption has been associated with a decreased risk of persistent metabolic diseases. In the present work nutritional potential, secondary metabolites and antioxidant capacity of four leafy vegetables from Ratnagiri district were assessed and compared. The moisture content in the vegetables ranged from 87.02-91.42%. Crude fiber and protein content were high in Clerodendrum serratum (17.2% and 14.54% respectively).Celosia argentea showed the highest percentage of ash (13.7%). Lipid content ranged between 1.6-2.73%, while carbohydrates were highest in Amorphophallus paeoniifolius. Among the various macronutrients estimated in these wild leafy vegetables calcium was present in the highest quantity (3931mg/100g) followed by sodium (660mg/100g) and magnesium (468mg/100g). Micronutrients such as zinc, copper, iron, cobalt were present in optimum concentration in these vegetables. The total antioxidant capacity ranged from 41.14-169.81mg/g being highest in the ethanolic extract of Clerodendrum serratum. These vegetables were found nutritionally adequate and also possessed a significant antioxidant potential.
WAYS AND CONDITIONS OF AUTOMATED AUDIT IN UKRAINE 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�
Bezzubets Lydia The subject of the article: is studying the problem of automating aspects of audit in Ukraine; and the use of information technology and computer technology in the process of auditing. Research problematic aspects in the implementation of computer technology in auditing and clarify the need and prospects of computerization in the implementation of the audit. Review progress and development of modern information technology and the market of automation in the scope of audit. Methods. Surveying the automation facilities audit activity in Ukraine, the analysis of available software products in the field of computerization of audit Results: the article were separated main reasons that hinder the development of computerization of audit activity in Ukraine and recommended ways and directions to overcome them. Range of application of research results. is filed in the theoretical principles, conclusions and guidelines to the level of practical techniques and suggestions that can be used to improve the mechanism for implementing automation audit. Conclusions: In this article was a review of the market of automation of auditing practices in Ukraine, the analysis of available software products in the scope of computerization of audit activity, allowing to distinguish the main reasons that hinder the development of computerization of audit activity in Ukraine. In particular it should be noted that the current level of automation of audit activity is one that does not correspond to global trends and leave Ukraine and Ukrainian market of audit services at the mercy of the big four companies, and in the near future, possibly more slippery Russian consultancy. The current state is caused by a complex of factors, each of which, while not critical, but together they form an unfavorable environment for deepening the level of automation audit of domestic companies adversely affect the conditions of the local audit and hinder its further development. Given the need for complex or at least partial computerization of auditing, due to lack of development in this area, and the requirements of International Standards on Auditing in the process, we recommend: - recovery audit services market by creating a bona fide competitive environment and the displacement of companies engaged in unfair competition - increase profitability of domestic accounting firms, for example, by implementing AOU rules and guidelines - development of integrated automation system audit, which takes into account the advantages and disadvantages of existing models of automation of auditing. Development and introduction of automation audit activity will improve the quality and reduce the complexity of the audit, effectively organize the audit planning, the operational control of the quality audit.
A Comprehensive Study on Female Spouse Participation in Financial Communication during Family Financial Decision Making published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Twinkle Jain Money discussion is always a taboo in any relationship especially in that of marriage. Couples dont want to discuss much about financial matters which although is very important in this inflationary world. Sharing responsibilities within marriage is equally important as sharing financial responsibilities for the family. There cannot be bifurcations based on genders or any other categories. So, during family financial decision making, role of female spouse becomes equivalent important as she is both privileged & accountable for the repercussions of it as like her spouse. Involvement of female spouse in financial decisions starts with the step of involving her in financial communication related to it. Without communicating, how could one involve her? Thus, the whole study will focus on these female spouses involvement in financial communication regarding their family financial decisions. Here, several implications of financial communication on a persons marital life, personality, status of involvement, family type, etc. will be discussed & accordingly suggestions are recommended. Twinkle Jain"A Comprehensive Study on Female Spouse Participation in Financial Communication during Family Financial Decision Making" 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/ijtsrd8334.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/financial-economics/8334/a-comprehensive-study-on-female-spouse-participation-in-financial-communication-during-family-financial-decision-making/twinkle-jain
Does Milk Intake Play a Specific Role in the Pathogenesis of Kidney Stones? published in

Archives of Renal Diseases and Management

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Simone Brardi*, Tiziano Verdacchi, Giorgio Paoletti, Vanni Giovannelli and Ennio Duranti Background: Diet plays a key role in the pathogenesis of kidney stones. In particular, recent findings have advanced knowledge on the protective role of a high calcium diet. However, not much is known about the specific role played by milk intake in the pathogenesis of kidney stones compared with other dairy products, especially cheese. Methods: We conducted a retroactive case-controlled study on the eating pattern of 42 patients (29 males and 13 females) with kidney stones and 20 healthy controls (6 males and 14 females) in order to assess whether, among the various dietary factors, milk intake was involved. The entire cohort was asked to fill in a semi-quantitative questionnaire on eating habits. Results: Logistic regression analysis at the end of the backwards selection showed that only two variables, i.e. gender and milk intake, were significantly significant, and thus retained in the final model. Kidney stones were 8.6 fold more likely to develop in subjects who drank less than one cup of milk a day compared with those who consumed more. However, milk intake was not associated with gender and age.
A Cephalometric Analysis of Hemifacial Microsomia published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Xiaoli Li, Zhenghui Wang*, Zhuangqun Yang and Min Xu Objective: The purpose of the present study was to analyze the facial asymmetry systematically using the cephalometric method, so as to demonstrate the difference on both sides of Hemifacial microsomia(HFM) in adult. Study Design: Twelve adults of HFM were chosen, and the muscles and velocity of conduction of facial nerve were measured using the electromyographic machine. We collected all the patients’ cephalometric radiographs in the anterior and posterior projections and analysed the size and symmetry of orbit, maxilla and mandible. Results: We found the dysfunction of muscles and facial nerves on the affected side of HFM. The main differences on both sides were the mandible and the changes in the orbit, but the maxilla had no significant difference. Conclusion: The quantitative analysis supports the objective data for clinic and the hard tissues and soft tissues must be considered in order to help with the treatment of HFM.
Control of the reactive power supplied by a WECS based on an induction generator fed by a matrix converter published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Ravindra G, Chengaiah C H and Chandra Sekhar B This paper introduces an integrated energy storage and reactive power compensation in a large wind power plant, and it deals to regulate the reactive power supplied by a variable-speed Wind Energy Conversion System (WECS), based on an induction generator fed by a Matrix Converter (MC). The control strategy used in this paper is input current observer, implemented using an estimation of the modulation index, and a nonlinear control loop that regulates the displacement angle at the matrix converter input. This paper is described the implemention of the matrix converter to control the reactive power by using the Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation (SVPWM) technique in large wind farms and combining them into one system to maintain stability control of the wind power plant. Control of reactive power increases the regulating capacity, which can provide voltage stability in the wind farm. In this work, Matlab/SimulinkTM model and simulation of the three phase matrix converter have been performed using the space vector control algorithm. The algorithm uses a simpler method than the other control algorithms to control the input power factor. To verify the performance of the proposed Matrix Converter, modulation strategy, and control design methodology, various simulation results are presented.
Which one is better - JavaScript or jQuery? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Md. Zeeshan Ahmed JavaScript is a programming with direct support to object oriented methodologies. Basically JavaScript is a computer language which is used in most of the web browsers. jQuery is not a language, but in fact it is a well written JavaScript code. As quoted on official on jQuery website, "it is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development".
Diversity of nematodes in Antarctica under changing climatic conditions published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
V. V. GANTAIT Antarctica covers an area of about 14 million Km2, more or less double the size of Australia and equal to China and India combined together. The continent broadly represents three distinct climatic regions: the sub-Antarctic, maritime and continental Antarctica with the sub-Antarctic being the most favourable and continental Antarctica is being the most hostile environments. The long-term isolation and harsh climatic condition of Antarctica is reflected by the low number of nematode species as well as a high degree of endemism. Historical glaciations events and the current spatial isolation of habitable soils have led to a very patchy distribution of nematode communities and no apparent overlap in nematode species between maritime and continental Antarctica. The gentler climate in maritime Antarctica causes highest nematode diversities there rather than continental Antarctica. In recent years, rapid, albeit complex changes in local climate have been observed in Antarctica, particularly in the Antarctic Peninsula with substantial impacts on marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Nematode communities in Antarctica are directly as well as indirectly affected by the climate changes. Climate warming causes lower environmental stress, increases the duration of metabolic activity, growth rates and shorten life cycles; through these combined influences increase population sizes. Increasing temperatures may alter species composition and favourable opportunistic nematode species. A warmer and wetter climate increases the area of vegetated soil and plant species diversity. The range expansion and increased plant species diversity will provide a greater area of more favourable habitats for nematodes. Although there have been few empirical studies on the effect of climate changes on nematode communities in Antarctica, large-scale coordinated efforts to explore climate change impacts on such communities would give better information.
CRYPTOGRAPHIC APPROACH TO ELIMINATE BLACK HOLE ATTACK IN MANET published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr V.C Kotak*1 & Nivedeeta Banerjee In Manets, nodes usually cooperate and forward each other packets. But in hostile environment some nodes may intentionally misbehave or would not forward disrupting from communication. One of the attacks is black hole attack. The black hole attack intentionally drops the packet or jeopardize. Black hole node claims to have shortest path and participate in communication. The proposed system uses AODV encryption and decryption to prevent black hole attack .it is simulated using NS 2.34.
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American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (AJHSSR)

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STUDI BRANEWORLD DIMENSI LIMA published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Dewi Wulandari Studi yang berkaitan dengan braneworld dimensi lima dengan brane tunggal yang terletak di telah diakukan, model Randall-Sundrum dan modifikasi Randall-Sundrum. Aspek yang ditinjau adalah skalar Ricci, persamaan Einstein, tensor energi-momentum, konsanta kosmologi dan massa Planck efektif dalam dimensi-empat. Dari ekspresi skalar Ricci dan analisis persamaan medan Einstein pada brane dan bulk dapat diinterpretasikan bahwa kedua metrik memiliki ruang-waktu yang berbeda. Kata-kata kunci: Brane-world, Dimensi Ekstra, Model Randall-Sundrum, Model Modifikasi RandallSundrum. Abstract The five-dimensional braneworld models with single brane placed at have been studied, Randall-Sundrum model and a Modified Randall-Sundrum model. In this case, in terms of Ricci scalar, Einstein equations and energy-momentum tensor, cosmological constant and four-dimensional Planck efective mass have been investigated. From the Ricci scalar and Einstein equation expressions both on brane and bulk indicate that those metrics have different space-time. Keywords:Brane-world, Extra Dimension, Randall-Sundrum Model, Modified Randall-Sundrum Model.
A GREEN TECHNIQUE FOR WATER SOFTENING AN ECONOMICAL METHOD USING NATURAL SAND MATERIAL IN IRUMENI AREA, RAMANATHAPURAM, TAMIL NADU, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B. Jayalakshmi*1, T. Ramachandramoorthy2, A. Paulraj3, G.Veerapandian1, S. Musthafa Kani1, G.G. Naganathan1 Use of Regenerated Natural Sand Material as an adsorbent/ion exchanger for the removal of Total Hardness by Batch Mode Adsorption was investigated. Batch Mode Adsorption technique was carried out by varying particle size, initial concentration, contact time, pH, sorbent dosage and temperature. Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models were used to study the adsorption/ion exchange process. The treatment of water for the removal of total hardness was effectively done by using the Regenerated Natural Sand Material and the XRD patterns were used to confirm the study.
DESIGN OF OPTICAL LIGHT COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: STUDY THE EFFECT OF LIGHT WAVELENGTH ON TRANSMISSION EFFICIENCY USING AUDIO SIGNALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harish Kalla*, Lakshmaiah MV Since two decades wireless transmission technology is providing more compatibility to the end users. In coming future omnipresence of LEDs, visible light transmission by using free space is more advantage than radio frequency communication due to its less power consumption, high bandwidth capacity and security. The present study is aimed to design the optical light communication system to transmit the stereo audio signals and studied the effect of light wavelength, distance and delay analysis on the output audio signals. Using the red, blue and white LEDs, the distance between the LED and photodiodes was measured and blue LED is shown the long distance compared to red and white LEDs to transmit the noiseless audio signals. The delay analysis is shown 100 ms time difference between transmitted and received signals. This paper is also shown the hardware setup of the designed system.
Isolated Primary Tuberculosis Of The Sigmoid Colon : A Case Report published in

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Ibanda P Syiemlieh, L Sunil Singh, S Ranita Devi, Gs Moirangthem Tuberculosis of the sigmoid colon is a rare disorder. Intestinal tuberculosis is most frequent in the ileocecal area. In the absence of pulmonary or ileocecal involvement, colonic tuberculosis may be difficult to differentiate from neoplasm or Crohns disease by symptomatic, radiological and endoscopically means. Hence, we report a case of intestinal tuberculosis in the sigmoid colon, which is rare and was mistaken for colonic cancer during colonoscopy, with non-specific results on biopsy. The diagnosis was finally made when the histopathology report was received.
STUDIES ON THE PHYTOCHEMISTRY, SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND SCREENING FOR ANTI-MITOTIC EFFICACY OF SALICORNIA BRACHIATA ROXB published in

Mintage journal of pharmaceutical and medical sciences

Published by Mintage Journals
G.V.Pavan Kumar,B.Narendra Naik, R.Ninitha Sri,B.Pooja, B.Brahmaiah, D.Srinivasa Rao Salicorniabrachiata is a euhalopytic plant belonging to the family Chenopodiaceae. The present study investigates the phytochemistry, characterization and antimitotic activity of ethanolic extract of S.brachiata.Plants popularly known as Sea asparagus are cooked and eaten or pickled. It is also a good fodder for cattle, sheep and goat. Plant material is also used as raw material in paper and board factories. Its seeds yield high quality edible oil which is highly polyunsaturated and similar to safflower oil in fatty acid.S.brachiata was collected from the back waters of Bapatla,Guntur district. The collected plant material was shade dried and pulverized. The plant material Was studied for phytochemistry,spectroscopic analysis i.e.,UV- Visible, FT-IR and anti mitotic activity.S. brachiata has been prescribed in traditional medicines for the treatment of intestinal ailments, nephropathy, and hepatitis in Oriental countries. In addition, S.brachiata has recently reported to be effective on the atherosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes. A variety of pharmacological experiments have revealed that solvent-extracted fractions of S.brachiata exhibited anti-oxidative, anti-microbial, anti-proliferative, and anti-inflammatory activities,supporting rationale behind its several traditional uses.The phytochemical analysis indicates the presence of Tannins and Flavonoids in the plant. UV-Vis Spectrum, used for the quantitative analysis of the plant extract showed peaks at 280 and 290 nm. Identification of the functional groups was performed by FT-IR spectroscopy which confirmed the presence of phenolic, alcoholic and aromatic compounds.
NON PNEUMATIC TYRE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pranav A. Rangdale1 , Kumar R. Chandak 2 , Prof. Ganesh M. Bagade3 Every person has driven car. The most important part on car is tyre. In olden days firstly wheel are made up of wood or stone later it was developed in to tube (rubber tyre) and tube less tyre. Such tyre are tested on bicycle and the applied on various vehicle. But both have problems of puncture, tube tyre get quickly puncture where tubeless tyre take some time for air leakage. But what if the tyre doesn’t get puncture? In recent years a number of companies and inventors have been working on creating airless tires that would be impossible to puncture. Non pneumatic tyre are the tyres which does not supported by air i.e. they are airless. The most well known design in this field is the Michelin Tweel, a combination wheel and tyre. But which tyre are better air or airless?
Role of Microbes Relating to Hygiene Hypothesis and Effect of Microbe Symbiosis on the Human Health- A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rishabh Jain Since the microbes and humans have co-evolved with each other, so, the coexistence between them is key for survival on earth. With the emergence of concept that all microbes are germs in germ theory given by Robert Koch, the humans headed towards a lifestyle where hygienic environment became synonymous to the sterile environment. This eventually led to some unintended consequences. The millennial generation witnessed increased cases of allergic, atopic and autoimmune disorders. Interestingly, these cases are not uniformly distributed across the world. Rather, there is an uneven geographic distribution of these cases. The cases are more prevalent in developed urbanised areas compared to underdeveloped rural areas. The occurrence of these diseases is attributed to immune dysregulation occurring in the body. The uneven interactions between the microbes and the immune cells result in an exaggerated hypersensitive IgE mediated immune response which result in the diseases. The present review aims to discuss the role of microbes pertaining to hygiene hypothesis and the effect of microbe symbiosis on the human health. Rishabh Jain "Role of Microbes Relating to Hygiene Hypothesis and Effect of Microbe Symbiosis on the Human Health- A Review" 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/ijtsrd18821.pdf
A Review on Neural Networks published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Joselin. J | Dinesh. T | Ashiq. M An Artificial Neural Network ANN is a structured data processing pattern that is stimulated by the way biological nervous systems, such as the brain, progress information. The key element of this pattern is the new structure of the information processing system. It is a collection of a large number of highly interconnected processing elements neurones working in union to solve exact problems. This paper basically focuses on the artificial neural network applications. It also considers the incorporation of neural networks with other computing systems Such as vague logic to enhance the construal ability of data. Artificial Neural Networks is considered as major soft-computing technology and have been widely studied and applied during the last two epochs. The places where neural networks are most widely used, problem solving that are in pattern recognition, data analysis, control and clustering. Joselin. J | Dinesh. T | Ashiq. M "A Review on Neural Networks" 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/ijtsrd18461.pdf
5-?-REDUCTASE INHIBITORS AND THEIR QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sonam Kaushal* and Manish Sinha 5-alpha reductase is an important enzyme in metabolic pathway of testosterone. Its three subtypes SRD5A1, SRD5A2 andSRD5A3 are responsible for conversion of testosterone to its more potent derivative dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Excess production of DHT leads to prostate cancer and alopecia. The production of DTH can be reduced by inhibiting the 5-alpha reductase enzyme. Several 5-alpha reductase inhibitors were synthesized in the past and are marketed and used for the treatment of prostate cancer and baldness. The dosing of these drugs is between 1 to 5 mg/day. The low dosing of these drugs need special attention on quality control and quantitative estimation of drug in formulation and biological fluids. The details of 5-alpha reductase inhibitors and the recent developments in their quantitative estimation have been compiled in the presented review.
Development and organoleptic evaluation of ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) based value added product and its effect on anthropometric parameters of underweight adolescent girls published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NEHA SINGH, RASHMI PANDE, NIVEDITA SINGH AND S.R. MALHOTRA The present study was conducted to standardize and develop a value added product from ashwagandha and to assess its clinical effect on anthropometric parameters of underweight due to its good therapeutic value. Three types of ashwagandha biscuits were prepared viz., by the incorporation of ashwagandha root powder, ashwagandha leaf powder and ashwagandha root+leaf powder. The sensory evaluation of the biscuits showed that they were liked by the panel of judges. The products prepared by the incorporation of ashwagandha root powder were acceptable in comparison to the products prepared by the incorporation of ashwagandha leaf powder but from medicinal point of view, they were acceptable. The product was studied for shelf-life and the sensory evaluation was done on 10th day, 20th day and 30th day of storage period over 30 days. The results showed that there was a slight change in the sensory attributes during the storage period. The clinical effect of ashwagandha root powder biscuit was undertaken on 10 underweight adolescent girls chosen from Smt. Indramani Mandelia Shiksha Niketan, Town Pilani, Rajasthan. The initial weight and the BMI of the test groupwith mean values of 39.70 and 16.66 increased significantly to a mean of 41.90 and 17.59 finally over a period of 1 month, respectively no significant change was observed in the weights and BMI of the control group. Thus, proving that ashwagandha is efficient in increasing the weight of those who are underweight
Morphology Investigation of Carbon Nanostructures Synthesized with Gold Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition CCVD published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Abdul Qader Dawood Faisal ; Ahmed Flaih Hussia ; Sadek Hani Laftta Abstract Carbon nanostructures with chemical vapor deposition (CVD) were successfully grown on silicon (100) pre-coated with gold nanoparticles as a catalyst using electrochemical method. Different thicknesses of gold films (10nm, 20nm, 80nm,140nm, 170nm, and 280nm) were used. These films were thermally annealed at temperature of 600C for 1h with argon environment. The CNTs were grown at 700C, argon and acetylene as a precursor source of carbon (Ar -500sccm, C2H2 -200sccm). The gold deposition after annealing was characterized by atomic force microscopy (AFM). The produced carbon nanostructures were also characterized with scanning electron microscope (SEM), and transmission electron microscope (TEM). The observed carbon structures of the SEM and TEM results are straight, curved, helical, and Y-junction with diameter rang of 100nm-200nm, which is attributed to carbon nano fibers with different size and shape of gold catalyst nanoparticles.
GENOTOXICITY STUDY OF LAMBDACYHALOTHRIN IN WISTAR ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhoopendra Kumar1*and Nitesh Kumar2 Genotoxicity study of lambda-cyhalothrin was conducted in wistar albino rats. The micronucleus and chromosomal aberration test were conducted @ dose level of 20 mg/kg b.wt. Whereas for bacterial reverse mutation test (Ames test) four dose levels 5, 100, 1000 and 5000 ?g/plate were selected. The Salmonella typhimurium TA98, TA100, TA1535, TA97a and E. coli WP2 (uvra) bacterial strains respectively were used. The result indicated that lambda-cyhalothrin significant (p<0.05) increased micronucleus formation and PCE/NCE ratio in bone marrow. The chromosomal aberration test indicated significant (p<0.05) increase of aberrated bone marrow cells as chromatid break chromosome break, chromosome disc, sticky chromosome, satellite association and chromosome ring. However, lambda-cyhalothrin does not increase significant revertant colonies as compared to positive control group. Finally, it is concluded that lambda-cyhalothrin is genotoxic in wistar albino rats.
Studying the Trauma of Gender and the Politics of Partition: A Focus on What The Body Remembers published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Mansi Chauhan The proposed research paper seeks to study the Partition and gendered violence on various levels through different women characters portrayed in What the Body Remembers. Violated women who symbolized violated nation were stigmatized by the society and many of them preferred death than being labeled as impure women. Many women committed suicide because they feared of falling into the hands of others or killed by their own people in the glorious name of sacrifice. The manifestation of women in this novel raises issues that are enormously diverse and it emphasizes on narratives of women which are often omitted in the history.
MANAGEMENT OF A NTI - TUBERCULAR THERAPY IN DUCED HEPATITIS AND TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS COMPLIC ATIONS IN A YOUNG ADULT PATIENT: A CASE REPORT published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Kandimalla. Chaitanya * , Bandlamudi. Yasaswini, Sudhakar R, Minu K George TTuberculous Meningitis (TBM) is the most dr eaded form of tuberculosis (TB) with Central Nervous system involvement which has very high morbidity and mortality rate. It is noted in 5 to 10% of extra pulmonary TB cases, and accounts for approximately 1% of all Tuberculosis cases. Multi - drug regimen i ncludes Isoniazid, Rifampin, Ethambutol, Pyrazinamide and Streptomycin along with adjunctive treatment with corticosteroids is required in the effective management of Tuberculosis meningitis. Anti - Tuberculosis Therapy induced Hepatotoxicity is the well - kno wn side effect of several drugs which are used for the treatment of TB and it is found to be 2% to 28%. We report a case of ATT induced hepatitis (Isoniazid - Rifampin) along with tuberculosis meningitis complications such as grade II Obstructive Hydrocephal us and hyponatremia and it is successful management with Inj.Mannitol and Inj.Dexamethasone. Key Words: Tuberculous Meningitis, ATT induced Hepatitis, Hydrocephalus, Hyponatremia
CHARECTARIZATION AND VALIDATION OF CHLOROQUINE TABLETS WITH FTIR AND AAS TECHENIQUES published in

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Prof. I. P. Tripathi, Dr. Priyanka Gupta, Dr. Mahesh Gupta, Aarti Kamal Chloroquine received a new lease of life and was subsequently discovered to be more effective than the costly quinine or quinidine against intra-erythrocytic malarial parasites. In the present study physico-chemical parameters (i.e. weight variation, MP, pH, Thickness) and heavy metal (i.e. Iron, Cobalt, Copper and Zinc) has been examined in the medicine samples of Banda and Karvi district. Zn- 4.009-0.314 mg/kg were found in medicine of Banda and Karvi district. Fe ,Cu and Co were not present and Zn content were found in all the samples. FTIR (400 cm-1 to 3500 cm-1 region). Spectroscopic studies were carried out and spectra were used for interpretation
A Study on Financial Literacy of Women in Hyderabad City (Telangana) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Mohammad Sirajuddin | Mr. P. Satish Kumar Financial education is the base for all most all financial services, such as banking, insurance and shares and mutual funds .Socio economic empowerment of women is possible only when the women are strong enough to take financial decisions. In India where women constitute 44% of total population it shows nearly equally competent to men so financially educating women is the need of the hour and it will lead to small saving and well running of her family and gain well status in the society. Womens specific financial Growth, development and financial inclusion, financial literacy as a tool for women empowerment, Gender inequality and lack of access to financial services, certain issues and aspects related with financial inclusion and women empowerment. Financial literacy by studying the relationship between women empowerment and financial inclusion. In this study, 68 women are respondents from different corner of the Hyderabad city of Telangana State is selected and structured questionnaire method is used to collect the data about the financial awareness, financial attitude and financial behaviour and result drawn on the basis of collected data suggestions are followed. Mr. Mohammad Sirajuddin | Mr. P. Satish Kumar"A Study on Financial Literacy of Women in Hyderabad City (Telangana)" 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/ijtsrd7156.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/accounting-and-finance/7156/a-study-on-financial-literacy-of-women-in-hyderabad-city-telangana/mr-mohammad-sirajuddin
SEXUAL HARASSMENT: THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A PERVASIVE WORKPLACE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Imran Rao, Richa Vijayraj Sexual harassment occurs in all occupations and industries. It is a well-known fact that sexual harassment is more ubiquitous at some workplaces than others. One example such a work place where there is an unequal sex ratio; large power differentials between women and men. However, there is limited research available on why it is more prevalent in certain work situations. The primary aim of this research is to identify characteristics of a workplace which is conducive to sexual harassment. We further explore the mutual relationship of these characteristics to help create a work environment which is resistant to sexual harassment. We claim that sexual harassment is often a gradual temptation which usually starts with the misinterpretation or misunderstanding by the harasser of the interaction required by the job as an indirect invitation of the sexual advances. We support our claim with existing research surveys. The paper is concluded suggesting how sexual harassment can be protected and prevented at workplaces in particular and the society in general. Keywords: Sexual Harassment and Workplace.
Development and in vitro Evaluation of Floating Microparticles of Cimetidine published in

Current Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Empro Professional Scientific Association (EPSA) Publications
Nidhi Jain, Rahul Gupta Microspheres of Cimetidine by emulsion solvent diffusion technique were prepared for sustained delivery by using polymers like Ethyl cellulose and Carbopol 934in order to extend the drug release for about 12 h in the upper GIT, which may result in enhanced absorption and there by improved bioavailability. The particle size was determined by optical micrometer and average particle size was found to be in range of89.5± 2.63 to 124.33± 2.14. Formulation F2 containing Ethyl cellulose and Carbopol 934 polymer blend showed the best floating ability (97.5%) as compared with other formulations. From Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) it was observed that, Microparticles were found to be spherical in shape with smooth surface texture with a hollow space within. Among all formulations, F2 showed appropriate balance between buoyancy and drug release rate of 88.65% in 12 h, which was considered as the best formulation. Keywords: Cimetidine, Microparticles, Emulsion solvent diffusion technique, Buoyancy, Bioavailability.
IJIRAE:: Improvement Performance of Some Tape Insulations for High Voltage Application published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
L. S. Nasrat A. A. Ibrahim A. H. I. Mansour M. M. Krar There are variety of types available for electrical tape insulation for high voltage application. This paper will include a comparison and improvement dielectric properties of mica glass tape and glass cloth tape. Polyester and Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) are used as backing of mica glass and glass cloth tape to improve dielectric properties. The Electrical properties of the cured tapes were thoroughly evaluated. The effects of thermal exposure and immersion in water on dielectric strength are investigated. The tape samples were thermally at 30, 80, 100 and 150 C for 24 h, to study the influence of thermal exposure. Moreover, to explore the effect of moisture absorption, other tape samples were immersed in distilled water for up to 24 h at room temperature. The polyester and TiO2 has an important role in the performance of mica glass and glass cloth tapes. This paper reviews the results of breakdown voltage of the mica glass and glass cloth tapes after treatment by polyester only and polyester with TiO2; showing breakdown voltage of mica glass tape backing with polyester is equal to 25.2 kV while breakdown voltage of mica glass tape backing with polyester and TiO2 is equal to 27 kV. Also breakdown voltage of glass cloth tape backing with polyester is equal to 11 kV while breakdown voltage of mica glass tape backing with polyester and TiO2 is equal to24.3 kV
ON THE PROJECTIVE EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN FIRST APPROXIMATE MATSUMOTO METRIC AND KROPINA METRIC published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
*Narasimhamurthy S. K. and Chethana B. C. In this article, we find equations to characterize projective equivalence between two special classes of (????, ????)-metrics ???? = ???? + ???? + ???? 2 ???? and ????? = ???? 2 ???? , where ???? and ????? are two Riemannian metrics and ???? and ????? are two one forms. Further, we study projective relation between same these two (????, ????)-metrics. AMS Classification: 53C60, 53B40.
Residual effect of nitrogen levels and its split application on fodder pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R.Br. Emend Stuntz] in arid western Rajasthan published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.L. REAGER*, S.K. SHARMA, G.P. NAROLIA1 AND R.C. SANWAL A field experiment was conducted during winter and summer season of 2002-03 and 2003-04 to find out the residual effect of nitrogen levels and its split application on fodder pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R.Br. Emend Stuntz] in arid western Rajasthan. Application of nitrogen in preceding mustard crop at 100 kg ha-1 increased the fresh weight, dry weight, NPK content and their respective uptake fodder pearlmillet in Ist and IInd cutting as well as total of both cutting. The increased of these parameters marginally varied from 163.89 to 177.73 q h- 1 for fresh weight, 24.59 to 28.60 q ha-1 for dry weight, 27.79 to 32.88 kg ha-1 for N uptake, 4.67 to 5.60 kg ha-1 for K uptake by pearlmillet. However, results indicate that effect of nitrogen levels as well as splitting application was non-significant on succeeding crop pearlmillet. Whereas, 100 kg N ha-1 recorded significantly higher net returns (Rs. 31636 ha-1) and higher B:C ratio (2.01). Further application of nitrogen in three equal splits (1/3 as basal + 1/3 at Ist irrigation + 1/3 at IInd irrigation) gave significantly higher net returns (Rs. 6806 and 32217 ha-1) and B:C ratio (1.25 and 2.06), respectively, in fodder pearl millet and pearl millet with mustard over other split and basal applications of nitrogen
Assessing Groundwater Quality and its Suitability for Irrigation purpose in Kothur area, Mahabubnagar District, Telangana State, India published in

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K. Yadagiri,R. Sundaraiah,P. Sateesh In order to assess the groundwater suitability for drinking and irrigation purposes in parts of Kothur area, Mahabubnagar district, Andhra Pradesh. 50 groundwater samples were collected and analyzed for various parameters. The various parameters were evaluated such as pH, Electrical Conductivity (EC), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Total Hardness (TH), Na+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Cl-, HCO3-, CO3-, SO4-, NO3- and Chemical index like Sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR), Sodium Percentage (% Na) Residual Sodium Carbonate (RSC), Magnesium Hazard (MH) and Kelly Ratio (KI) were calculated based on the analytical results. Based on US salinity diagram, 80% of the groundwater samples fall in the C2-S1 water class, indicating medium salinity and low sodium waters. The abundance of the major ions is as follows: CO3 > NO3 > Cl and K > Mg > Ca. These parameters were compared with standard limits and were found to be in limits and suitable for irrigation purpose.
A study on job stress among married Nurses published in

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E.Deepa Nurses work in an environment that is constantly changing to provide the best possible care for patients.. Because they will actually spend more face-to-face time with a patient than doctors, nurses must be particularly skilled at interacting with patients, putting them at ease, and assisting them in their recovery. It is often said that physicians cure, and nurses care. The researcher has adopted descriptive design in this study to describe and analyses the stress level of the married nurses in the hospital setting. The researches follow the proportionate stratified random sampling for collecting data from the respondents. The data for this study has been collected through primary source. The Primary data for this study was collected with the help of scale. The secondary daa was collected from the library and computer. The major findings will be discussed in the full paper.
Computed Tomography in Evaluation of Hydrocephalus published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr RICHARD MARTIS, Dr SHARON RASQUINHA OBJECTIVE: A prospective computed tomography(CT) study to detect , determine the cause, type and severity of hydrocephalus in a study group. To evaluate shunt related complications in hydrocephalus and compare results with other studies. RESULTS : 80 consecutive patients diagnosed with hydrocephalus on CT were studied over a 2 year period . TB meningitis(32%)followed by tumors(25%) intracranial hemorrhage(20%) and congenital causes(12%) were found to be the most common causes. Hydrocephalus was communicating (60%) and moderate to severe(80%) in majority cases. Displaced shunt and shunt malfunction were found to be the most common shunt related complications. CONCLUSION: Computed Tomography is a non invasive, readily available, easy to perform, non operator dependent modality with superb spatial resolution, ability to detect calcium and density discrimination. Therefore CT is a valuable tool with a very high diagnostic sensitivity and helps in early detection of hydrocephalus and its management
A Descriptive Research on the Contributing Factors in Mutual Fund Investment Across India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Dipa Mitra Present study aims to identify the most significant factors in mutual fund investment across India. In this regard a descriptive research is performed to find out the most contributing factors in determining the motivation level of the prospective investors regarding their investment in mutual fund and to investigate their influencing level for the same. Reliability Test has been done checking internal consistency of data, Principal Component Analysis is used to identify major factors, Confirmatory Factor Analysis is applied to frame a model hypothesised on the factors to check the goodness of fit of the model, Regression Analysis is executed to investigate their influence level and to frame an equation on the basis of the same. Lastly different scenario and causal analysis have been depicted with the help of Bayesian Probabilistic Network to establish an overall framework for mutual fund investment strategy implementation. Dr. Dipa Mitra"A Descriptive Research on the Contributing Factors in Mutual Fund Investment Across India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9532.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/research-method/9532/a-descriptive-research-on-the-contributing-factors-in-mutual-fund-investment-across-india/dr-dipa-mitra
Secure E-Banking Using Bioinformatics published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bilal Hussain Ch | Subayyal During the past decade e banking has emerged with enormous speed. The use of e banking and the application of e banking is now enormous these days. But the modern banking completely relies on internet and computer technology, the threats and the chances of breaching the security has also increased. We are totally dependent on the internet to carry out the transactions and the daily routines in the banks. Thus there is the immense need of increasing the security in the banking field. We have developed the system in which we have developed a secure banking system. We are using Finger print authentication device and the GSM module to carry out the functionalities of the system. Bilal Hussain Ch | Subayyal "Secure E-Banking Using Bioinformatics" 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/ijtsrd18455.pdf
Comparison of Body Faulty Posture Scoliosis Between Normal and Blind Children Aged Ten Thirteen and Fifteen published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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
Analyzing The Relationship Between Profitability and Traditional Ratios: Major Airline Companies Sample (Karlılık ve Geleneksel Oranlar Arasındaki İlişkinin İncelenmesi: Büyük Havayolu Şirketleri Örneği) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Ahmet Selçuk DİZKIRICI Bayram TOPAL Hatem YAGHI The new conditions in airline industry due to the effects of liberalization have changed the market considerably since the 1980s. The difficulties in the industry force the airline companies to compete that financial analysis became indispensable to compare their profitability among the rivals worldwide. For this reason; it is aimed to reveal the relationship between profitability and traditional financial and airline-specific ratios for 17 leading major airlines for the 2011-2013 period in the study. Here; it is suggested to display the impact of traditional ratios on profitability rates for the companies. Operating Profit Margin (OPM), Net Profit Margin (NPM), Return on Assets (ROA) are selected as the profitability rates while Current Ratio (CR), Debt Ratio (DR), Total Assets Turnover Rate (TATR) and Revenue per Revenue Passenger Kilometers (RRPK) are chosen in the study as traditional financial and airline-specific ratios. The methods as Descriptive Statistics, Correlation and Regression Analyses (the profitability rates as dependent variables and traditional financial and airline-specific ratios as independent variables) are studied respectively by running SPSS 20.0 Software Package to reveal the mentioned relationship between profitability rates and traditional ratios and to interpret the outcome for major airlines.
TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL FOR URBAN AREA: A SURVEY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bhushan S. Atote , Dr. Mangesh Bedekar, Suja S. Panicker Traffic congestion is evolving as a big problem day by day, is has the main drawbacks like if you stuck in traffic you lose your time, at the same time gases evolved from the vehicles leads to pollution which in turn leads your wastage of fuel at respective signals. So, by concerning these factors, we need to optimize the traffic on the signals. In this paper we have made the survey on traffic signal methods, s trategies and different algorithm used to control it. Through that we got to know that most of the algorithm have been developed for particular area or region and the other methods are complex, which itself takes time to generate the accurate time for the signal. This paper shows the survey on different methods of traffic signal control.
Attitude Skill and Knowledge (ASK) of women village panchayat presidents published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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I. Balu In Tamil Nadu more than 40,000 seats were headed by women in panchayat raj institution. After two decades of implementing 73rd amendment the women presidents performance is not as expected. The present study was conducted to bring out the Attitude, Skill and Knowledge (ASK) of women village panchayat presidents. Keeping the above objective in mind, the present study was under taken in Madurai district of Tamil Nadu. Census method was adopted in this study for collection of data. More than half of the respondents are having medium attitude. Less than one fourth of the women presidents are having high skill. Three fourth of respondents are medium or average in skill. Very less percent of women presidents are reported they are poor in skill. Nearly one third of women presidents are having medium level of awareness. The women presidents were in need of attitude change, skill building and knowledge building so the stakeholders need to take necessary step.
Wearable Artificial Kidney A Dialysis Machine to Clean Blood published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Saranya. C. S | Dr. Kala. S Elderly individuals with constant assault are winding up increasingly various in our nation. In Mexico, an interminable assault that is among the best ten reasons for mortality. Individuals who endure Chronic Kidney Disease CKD must be on a consistent audit to keep up illness control and observing. In hemodialysis, a manufactured kidney hemodialyzer is utilized to expel waste and additional chemicals and fluid from your blood. To get your blood into the fake kidney, the specialist needs to influence an entrance to entrance into your veins. This is finished by a minor task to your arm or leg. Some of the time, an entrance is made by joining a conduit to a vein under your skin to make a greater vein called a fistula. In any case, if your veins are not worthy of a fistula, the specialist may utilize a delicate plastic tube to join a supply route and a vein under your skin. This is known as a unite. Sometimes, an entrance is made by methods for a thin plastic tube, called a catheter, which is embedded into a huge vein in your neck. This sort of access might be transitory, yet is infrequently utilized for long haul treatment. Saranya. C. S | Dr. Kala. S "Wearable Artificial Kidney: A Dialysis Machine to Clean Blood" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | Active Galaxy , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14325.pdf
COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT ON THE FINANCIAL - BANKING MARKET OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Elena FUIOR; Ion MAXIM Banking and finance sectors of the Republic of Moldova the same as in other states are of great importance for sustainable development of the whole economy. The existence of normal competitive environment on the banking sector would provide the national economy with necessary inexpensive financial resources and would support the creation of banking and financial systems able to cope with competitive pressures from outside the country. Recent publications regarding the establishment of Moldovan banking sector highlighted several deficiencies in the relevant competitive environment. In this context, we propose an analysis of the competitive environment on the banking sector of the Republic of Moldova, identifying elements limiting competition and guidelines for the improvement of competitive aspects of Moldovan banking sector taking into account the experience of other countries. The analysis of EU countries experience together with suggested recommendations is expected to stimulate competition in the Moldovan finance sector as well as discourage anti-competitive practices.
A New Weir Cum Causeway Design of Varachha Site under Surat Smart City Project published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Shivam H. Joshi Weir is a solid structure constructed across the river to raise the water level in the river flow. We proposed two sites: Amroli(FRL=4.0m) and Varachha (FRL=4.0m &5.0m). The maximum FRL of Varachha site has to be about 5.0m used in design. We desired that the feasibility of keeping FRL 5.0 to get a water storage as well as wider and longer pond so, we selected Varachha site. We have selected L33-R33 section on river Tapi is safe for our design and no large afflux create on it. To calculated a design discharge and return period factor for 50 years for Varachha site. According to the model studies, the discharge 12,00,000 cusecs, 34000 TCM design given and calculate silt factor is 1.2 and the design discharge is 24,000 cumec.We given hydraulic design based on IS code 6966 (Part-1):1989 Hydraulic Design Of Barrages And Weirs-Guidelines. Weir length was 450m, crest level 8m, crest width 10m. We providing 16 nos. Of Automatic gates (5 x3.5m). Hydraulic design given in two parts: (1)Floor Length Weir bays calculation and (2) Under sluice calculation 100% discharge calculation considered as per IS code 6966 (Part-1):1989 calculated H.F.L 14.10m. The weir may be combined with a submersible bridge, its solve a traffic of this Varachha site and to make ease of 24x7 potable drinking water for varachha region people. The water also available for industry uses and other activities. Shivam H. Joshi"A New Weir Cum Causeway Design of Varachha Site under Surat Smart City Project" 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/ijtsrd12841.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/12841/a-new-weir-cum-causeway-design-of-varachha-site-under-surat-smart-city-project/shivam-h-joshi
Health Profile of Family Caregivers of Persons With Psychiatric Disability published in

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Dr. SUJA M.K. Health is a word is used in various contexts. We compare health in terms of illness or disability. Generally an illness or disability is seen in relation to the patient and his sufferings. There is another group of people who are equally affected. They are the family caregivers of the patients. The family caregivers of persons with psychiatric disability face a lot of stress and trauma in their daily lives due to stigma attached with psychiatric illness. They are a neglected lot especially in India. Descriptive Research Design was used for the study. Purposive sampling method was used. 112 caregivers of persons with psychiatric disability were interviewed from a Mental Health Clinic in Coimbatore City of Tamil Nadu. Dukes Health Profile Inventory was used to measure the level of Health and Dysfunction of the caregivers. It was also associated with certain socio demographic variablesThe findings points towards implications for caregiver health.
Impact Of Rubber Plantation Based Economic-Rehabilitation Programme On Shifting Cultivators In Dhalai District Of Tripura published in

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Raju Debbarma The paper assess the impact of rubber plantation based economic-rehabilitation programme on households having rubber plantation (HHRP) erstwhile shifting cultivators ( jhumias) and compared with households not having rubber plantation (HNHRP), applying Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) to analyse the five capital assets viz. human, natural, physical, finance and social gathered through household survey. Range equalization method was adopted to elucidate the five capitals. Physical and financial capitals have great influence on enhancing the livelihood of HHRP than HNHRP whereas social capital the least for both households. HHRP slightly lack in natural and human capitals than HNHRP, as access to land for shifting cultivation ( jhum) of HHRP have drastically decline due to land allotted for rubber cultivation and decline in traditional skills but resulted in increasing modern skills associated with rubber plantation. High income of HHRP from rubber plantation has strengthened copping strategies than HNHRP.
Preparation and Characterization of Magnesia Precipitated from Waste Liquid Bittern published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
E. M. H. Khater, Sh. El Rafie, M. S. Shalaby, A. M. El Amp Ndash Rafei The characterization of physical properties for MgO powders precipitated from Alexandria Salt company waste liquid Bittern and that precipitated from industrial wastewater rich with ammonia was studied. The decomposition of precipitated Mg(OH)2 from sea liquid Bittern was analyzed by TGA and crystallization process was observed by XRD for both Mg(OH)2 and MgO. The SEM analysis and EDX, shows the platelet morphology of Mg(OH)2 and hexagonal MgO powders originating from different calcinations temperatures. The XRF analysis showed the increase in Magnesia % purity from 35% up to 96.6 % by water wash of MgO prepared after calcination at 900oC. A techno-economic pre-feasibility study has been revealed conducted and high product profitabilitypotentials with respect to: (i) the expected percent annual return on investment 400% and (ii) payout-period (0.19 year) based on lower price than imported pure source of MgO with 7000 EGP per ton as a selling price.
ROLES OF THE POLISH, RUSSIAN AND ROMANIAN LANGUAGES IN THE POLISH DIASPORA IN MOLDOVA published in

International Journal of Communication Research

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
M. A. Kamila M. WIELGOSZ According to a survey, representatives of the Polish diaspora are mostly Russian speakers. 69% of the surveyed acquired Russian at home, while only 25.3% learned Romanian, and 22.9% - Polish, from their parents. Research on the declared knowledge of these three languages indicates the overwhelming predominance of Russian, known by all respondents, mostly on a very good and good level. The survey has shown that daily communication proceeds mostly in Russian, and the studied population has a positive or neutral attitude towards it. Russian is the first language for Polish people in Moldova. The level of Romanian language knowledge is much lower: 9.4% of respondents did not know the official language of the country of which they were citizens, and the respondents attitude towards the language is mostly neutral or negative. Responses indicated contact with Romanian in state institutions, everyday life, with family and friends and when communication in Russian was impossible. Polish was liked the most among the surveyed languages, and it is acquired mainly in courses of Polish as a foreign language and the speakers level is close to that of Romanian. According to responses, Polish was mostly used among other Poles in Moldova, in the Catholic Church and during trips to Poland.
OVARAS AS AN URBAN OPEN SPACE_A CASE OF SURAT. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Ar. Tulsi Koradiya* Many people enjoy the amenities that urban parks, open spaces & river front provide. Some people consciously appreciate these urban nature amenities; others may fail to realize how civic nature contributes to the livability and quality of life of their community. Civic nature differs from degree of intensity of management needs.
A Study on Socio Economic Conditions of Small Scale Industries in Thanjavur District published in

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Mrs. B. Sheela, V. Balakrishnan The Small Scale Industries in India has today become a growth engine for the economy, contributing substantially to increase in the GDP, employment and exports. The main objectives of this paper is to study the problems of SSIs in the era of global economy an attempt is also made to identify the factors affecting SSIs. In a developing country like India, Small Scale Entrepreneurship plays a significant role in economic development of the country. These industries, by and large represent a stage in economic transition from traditional to modern technology after globalization. The variation in transitional nature of this process is reflected in the diversity of these industries. The primary data have been compiled from the different sources and analytical methods have been employed for analysis.
Effect of different herbicides used in transplanted rice on weed management in rice-lathyrus cropping system published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
B. PRAMANICK, P. S. BERA, C. K. KUNDU, P. BANDOPADHYAY AND K. BRAHMACHARI A field experiment was carried out to study the effect of different herbicides used in transplanted rice on weed management in ricelathyrus cropping system at Central Research Farm (New Alluvial Zone), Gayeshpur, Nadia, West Bengal (23N latitude, 89 E longitude). The experimental results revealed that Imazosulfuron 10% SC @ 100 g a.i. ha-1 applied at 5 days after transplanting (DAT) effectively controlled most of the rice weeds, exhibiting no phytotoxicity symptoms to the rice crop and increased both grain and straw yields vis--vis benefit : cost ratio. This treatment shows no statistical divergence with hand weeding twice. Similar trend of observations were documented in the succeeding crop of the sequence lathyrus. So, the findings of the experiment provide us with a great opportunity of using new herbicides with very low doses to cope up with the labour crisis and minimize the cost of cultivation, therefore, maximizing benefit cost ratio.
Hypolipidaemic Potentials of Vernonia amygdalina (Bitter Leaf) in male albino rats fed high-sucrose diet published in

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Olooto WE, Ogunkoya OO, Akinyinka OA, Oyinloye EO Abstract Background: Increasing prevalence of obesity, overweight and metabolic syndrome secondary to excessive consumption of a high-sucrose and high-fat diet is a major global health problem. Objective: This study was meant to determine the hypolipidaemic potentials of phytochemicals present inVernonia amygdalina(Bitter leaf) in obese rats. Method: Thirty-two (6 weeks old, weighing 150-160g) male Wistar rats, were randomly selected and grouped into four: with eight rats in each group. The rats in the control group were fed normal rat chow and water while the three experimental groups were fed the various compounded diets and water ad libitum. At the end of 12th week, the animals fasted overnight, and Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) was performed in some while others were anaesthetized using diethyl ether. Fasting plasma, liver tissue lipid and lipoprotein levels were determined, and LDL-C was calculated. Result: Rapid weight gain (89.9%) was recorded in rats fed High Sucrose Diet [HSD] when compared with the control group (55.3%) without significant differences in the liver weight. The mean plasma glucose, triglyceride, total cholesterol and LDL-C levels were significantly higher (p = 0.000, p = 0.010, p = 0.000 and p = 0.002 respectively) while mean plasma HDL-C was significantly lower (p = 0.043) in rats fed HSD when compared with rats fed normal rat chow. A significantly lower plasma lipid and higher liver tissue HDL-C (p = 0.03) were observed in the Vernonia amygdalina-treated rats. Conclusion: HSD induces hepatic steatosis and the related biochemical changes while dietary Vernonia amygdalina ameliorates the biochemical changes in hepatic steatosis in rats.
Study on Views of Customers on Retail Banking Products of Banking Industry in Krishna District, A.P. published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Talluri Sreekrishna | Karlapudi Ramesh Babu Savings and investments are the most important ingredients of capital formation for an economy; therefore, the promotion of domestic savings is a must to boost the process of capital formation and development. The commercial banks are in the nature of a catalyst, converting savings into capital for productive investment. It is needless to say that capital formation largely depends on the effectiveness of these institutions. Thus, the commercial banks play stupendous role in converting potential investments into real and can make a significant contribution in eradicating poverty, unemployment and in bringing about progressive reduction in inter-regional and inter-sector disparities through rapid expansion of banking services. The commercial banks help in developing both internal and external trade of a country. Banks provide loans to retailers, traders, wholesalers for their inventory and also help in transporting of goods from one place to another by providing all types of facilities, such as discounting and accepting bills of exchange, providing overdraft facilities, issuing drafts, etc. The industrial sector is also not away from the help of the commercial banks. Banks finance the industrial sector in many ways. They provide short term, medium term and long-term loans to the industry. Export promotion requires adequate pre-shipment packing credit, which is also, made available by these banks in the form of loans, cash credit and overdraft facilities.Banks by providing loans to the investors and consumers, are not only helping in increasing the standards of living of the people, but also help in reducing the recession in the economy through enhancing the demand for raw material and finished goods that ultimately leads to increase in the employment opportunities. Apart from the basic banking services such as deposits, loans and advances, banks have been traditionally rendering certain ancillary services also to their customers, such as: remittances, demand drafts, mail transfers, and telegraphic transfers, sale and purchase of exchange, locker facilities, safe custody and safe deposit vaults, guarantee facilities, sale of travelers cheques, trustier and executor services etc. Among the services introduced by modern commercial banks during the last quarter of the century, the bank designed a system by which a banks customer with many payments to make, instead of drawing a cheque for each item, may simply instruct the bank to transfer to the accounts of his creditors the sum due from him and he writes one cheque debiting his account with the total amount; By providing these diversified services, banks help in the growth of trade and industry to great extent. Modern commercial banks in order to diversify their activities, entered into new non-traditional areas of business, such as mutual funds, merchant-banking activities, portfolio management, corporate counselling, and hire purchase finance, equipment leasing, venture capital and factoring service. These new activities result in the development of industry and trade in the country. In brief, it can be said that banks constitute the very lifeblood of economic society. Dr. Talluri Sreekrishna | Karlapudi Ramesh Babu"Study on Views of Customers on Retail Banking Products of Banking Industry in Krishna District, A.P." 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/ijtsrd2516.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-economics/2516/study-on-views-of-customers-on-retail-banking--products-of-banking-industry-in-krishna-district-ap/dr-talluri-sreekrishna
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.
Design and Computational Studies on Plain Flaps published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
M. Senthil Kumar and K. Naveen Kumar In this paper, Computational fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used to predict accurately the incremental lift due to use of passive lift -augmentation device 'Flap'. In a 2-D wing, lift at a given angle of attack can be increased by increasing camber. In aircraft design, values of Maximum Lift Coefficient (CL max ) are used to determine the take-off and landing distances, on the assumption of usage of some type of lift- enhancing device. Passive lift enhancement device, such as a trailing edge plain flap, is relevant to most of the aircraft designs except Short Take Off and Landing (STOL) However, accurate analytical solutions to complex non linear equations of aerodynamics are a far cry and one has to depend largely on support from experimental results. It is here that CFD analysis makes the task simpler. Computational study of a typical plain flap with NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) 0012 airfoil is taken up to predict its influence on incrementing the lift during critical phases of flight at low speed. The flow analysis is done using CFD tool FLUENT 6.3 along with GAMBIT 2.2. Effect of Plain flaps on basic aerodynamic parameters such as CP, CL , CD are studied by analyzing the flow over an airfoil with plain flap. The results obtained from the analysis are compared with analytical solutions to establish the influence and relevance of flap as an effective high lift device.
THE SMEAR LAYER REVISITED published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Sumita Bhagwat* , Anacleta Heredia, Lalitagauri Mandke The smear layer is created on hard tissues of the teeth whenever they are cut with hand or rotary instruments. This thin (1-2 microns) layer of denatured cutting debris is very tenacious and is often the surface to which restorative materials are luted. The solubility characteristics, chemical reactivity and the structure-function relationships of this layer have not been well-defined. During creation of the smear layer, cutting debris is forced into variable distances into dentinal tubules. These so-called smear plugs, together with the smear layer decreases dentin permeability, dentin sensitivity and surface wetness. Bonding adhesive resins to smear layers appears to limit the theoretical bond strength unless the smear layers are loosened or partially removed. While confusion persists whether the smear layer should be kept or removed in restorative dentistry, removal of this layer is important for the success of endodontic treatment. Its removal is obtained using chemical solutions during root canal preparation such as Ethylene Diamine Tetra acetic acid (EDTA) preparations, combination of EDTA and sodium hypochlorite solutions, organic acids and lasers. The aim of this paper is to briefly review general concepts concerning the smear layer: its structure and composition, role of smear layer in restorative dentistry and endodontics.
AN ENHANCED HYBRID CUCKOO SEARCH AND GENETIC ALGORITHM USING HAAR-LIKE FEATURE FOR SURVEILLANCE VIDEOS published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
A. D. Chitra*, Dr. P. Ponmuthuramalingam This paper is mainly focused on image processing concept which is used in surveillance videos for security purpose. Image processing technique involves dispensation of image using a mixture of mathematical functions in which image or video is given as input and the extent to which the image is matched is given as output. The main problem found in this paper are edge detection and noise removal in images. Initially this research paper is compared with cuckoo search and genetic algorithm. Then these two algorithms are combined together as an hybrid CS - GA Algorithm and finally the result of this hybrid algorithm is compared with enhanced hybrid CSGA using Haar-like feature for real time surveillance video. The result is compared in terms of Recognition rate accuracy and time complexity.
LEVEL OF POPULATION GROWTH AND FOOD PRODUCTION IN HARYANA, INDIA published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Rohtash, P. K. Chamar Since independence, India has passed several phases in agricultural development and most important phases in agricultural development was the green revolution of the seventies when there was a sharp increase in agricultural production, which has been reached highest level of production of food grain at present scenario. Even then all times issues of developing countries have been high population growth and the resultant needs more and more production from progressively diminishing nature base. The magnitude of the fertilizers, pesticides, HYV seeds, tractors, irrigation through tube wells etc. more than the yield capacity of land has lead to the problems of sustainability. This was prime issue and challenges of 20th century, which is also continued in 21st century, still groomed geography as an increasingly radical and relevant subject especially in this field. New ranges of social problems are emerging from such a scenario. This century is an era of unprecedented advancement in the means and information technology. Man and material mobility is a high tide. The socio economic systems are experiencing enhanced horizontal and vertical mobility. To produce more agricultural production from the available land, a new scientific approach towards its utilization is necessary because in future, there appear no scope whatever to expand the area under cultivation. It is therefore, prime duty to assess the level of agricultural production from the available land; a new scientific approach towards its utilization is necessary because in future, there appear no scope whatever to expand the area under cultivation, and its correlation with population growth. This paper is an attempt to test empirically the relationship between level of agricultural development with special reference to food production and population growth in Haryana, India.
Green Finance published in

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Dr.P.Jayasubramanian, Mrs.M.Shanthi Green finance is a phenomenon that combines the world of finance and business with environmentally friendly behaviour. It is an arena for many participants, including individual and business consumers, producers, investors, and financial lenders. Green finance can be expressed differently depending on the participant, and it may be led by financial incentives, a desire to preserve the planet, or a combination of both. In addition to demonstrating proactive, environmentally friendly behaviour, such as promoting mass transit or the recycling of used goods, green finance is about avoiding the promotion of any business or activity that could be damaging to the environment now or for future generations.
Geochemicals Heavy Metal Pollution of River Ganga - Causes and Impacts published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Hasnahara Khatun | Dr. Arshad jamal River Ganga is considered sacred by people of India for providing life sustenance to environment and ecology. Anthropogenic activities have generated important transformations in aquatic environments during the last few decades. Human civilization has put serious questions to the safe use of river water for drinking and other purposes. The river Ganga water pollution due to heavy metals is one of the major concerns in most of the metropolitan cities of developing countries. Heavy metal concentration in sediments of Ganga River was studied significant difference between sites situated upstream and downstream of Varanasi urban core. Metal concentration increased consistently along the study gradient, indicating the influence of urban sources. These toxic heavy metals entering the environment may lead to bioaccumulation and bio-magnifications. These heavy metals are not readily degradable in nature and accumulate in the animal as well as human bodies to a very high toxic amount leading to undesirable effects beyond a certain limit. Heavy metals in the river, environment represent an abiding threat to human health. Exposure to heavy metals has been linked to developmental retardation, kidney damage, various cancers, and even death in instances of very high exposure. The following review article presents the findings of the work carried out by the various researchers in the past on the heavy metal pollution of river Ganga. Hasnahara Khatun | Dr. Arshad jamal"Geochemicals Heavy Metal Pollution of River Ganga - Causes and Impacts" 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/ijtsrd9576.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/enviormental-science/9576/geochemicals-heavy-metal-pollution-of-river-ganga---causes-and-impacts/hasnahara-khatun
Electronic Marking in Nigeria: Case Study of West African Examination Council (Waec) published in

Universal Journal of Computers & Technology

Published by Universal Publishing & Research Organization
Funmilayo Abibat Kasali, Omotosho O. J, Adekunle Y. A With the introduction of various electronic learning methods, tools and online submission of students’ assignments, there is need for various examination bodies to embrace e- marking concepts and technology and to maximize the numerous benefits that it promises. In other to reduce the various challenges that are presently being faced by examiners ranging from insecurities, logistic issues and mishandling of students’ scripts amongst others, there is need for large examination bodies to educate their examiners on what e-marking entails and to encourage them into adopting this better and faster way of marking than the traditional manual method of marking examination scripts. This work explores the concept of e-marking, its benefits, and its gradual adoption by the West African Examination Body (WAEC). It also presents some challenges being faced in the adoption of e-marking and how cloud technology can help in reducing some of these challenges although not without its own risks. Finally, this review presents some useful suggestions that can assist in the better adoption of this technology by other examination bodies aside WAEC and how the Nigerian government can assist so that large national examination bodies can maximally take advantage that using e-marking has to offer. Recommendations were also given as there is need to build systems that can mark subjects that are rich symbolically and in content.
PARTICULAR ASPECTS OF TEACHING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gennady Evgenievich Markelov This paper describes some particular aspects associated with teaching the Fundamentals of Mathematical Modeling. Taking into account these aspects allows improving the quality of graduates training and increasing their competitiveness.
BI-REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN AFRICA: AN EVALUATION OF THE MAJOR CHALLENGES OFTHE COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA (COMESA) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. Manjula, Dr. J. M Chandunavar Most technologies described as new media are digital, often having characteristics of being manipulated, networkable, dense, compressible and interactive. The New Media such as Internet, Computer, Cell Phones, and Video Conferencing, blogs, Skype, social networking sites are bringing noticeable changes in Indian Society. Women are more empowered to do whatever they want. This means that they have the ability to choose their own destiny, job, and vote and do anything a man can do. It is our moral, social and constitutional responsibility to ensure their progress by providing them with equal rights and opportunities and give power and help them face the challenges of being women in society. New Media is playing an important role in creating self-awareness and self-expression among modern-day women, so that they can create their own identity in society.
A Case of Identification of the Importance of Communication Skills for IT Undergraduates published in

IJICAR - International Journal of Integrated Computer Applications & Research

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

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Jacob Brix, Lois S. Peters This study builds new empirically based theory on how the processing of an innovation project with a high degree of uncertainty induces change in key components in organization design. By using an embedded case study as our research strategy and organization design theory as our analytical lens, we construct ten propositions that determine how the organization design of our case organization was influenced because of their innovation project. These changes represent: a) improved competencies for exploration activities, b) improved competencies for exploiting new knowledge, and c) increased readiness for change.
CONTENT AND STRUCTURE OF ELECTRONIC TEXTBOOK OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vera Grigoryevna Sibirtseva The paper considers the features of selecting the teaching illustrative material for the practical part of a multimedia textbook on Russian as a foreign language, and describes the peculiarities of compiling a set of exercises on the basis of the Russian National Corpus. The author analysed difficulties caused by working with the National Corpus of the Russian Language for educational purposes and problems emerged in the process of working on a project aimed at creating an electronic textbook The Russian verb. Word formation.
Aggressive Thyroid Gland Carcinoma: A Case Series published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
James P Dworkin-Valenti*, Esmael H Amjad, Noah Stern and Samba SR Bathula In 2017 there were approximately 62000 new cases of thyroid cancer (TC) in the United States, with a death toll of less than 5%. This relatively low mortality rate is based on a grouping of all TC subtypes, which masks the small minority of patients with biologically aggressive tumors who have dismal prognoses for survival. The paper begins with a brief overview of TC variants relative to their alternative differential diagnostic characteristics, risk factors, and treatment options. We then proceed with presentations of 5 patients with different forms of aggressive TC, two of whom suffered from very rare collision tumor subtypes. Four of these individuals died of persistent disease, notwithstanding complex treatments with curative intent; the fifth patient suffers from metastatic disease and numerous postoperative morbidities. This case series highlights the significant shortcomings of current diagnostic and treatment ethodologies for aggressive thyroid gland tumors. We discuss our clinical experienceswith these patients, and we offer suggestions regarding methods that might facilitate early identification of aggressive TC and rational treatment decisions.
The effect of aqueous crude extract of ginger on the histology of corpus luteum and the concentration of hormones estrogen and progesterone in pregnant mice published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Mohammed A. Gali Raghad K. Muwafaq This study was designed to investigate the effect of aqueous extract of ginger Zingiber officinale Roscoe on the histology of corpus luteum and the concentration of the hormones progesterone and estrogen during the first trimester of pregnancy (0 - 7) days from fertilization. 30 pregnant mice were divided into five experimental groups: control group (administrated with distilled water), and four groups treated at doses (284, 568, 1136,1420 mg / kg), orally administrated , daily with (0.1 ml). Microscopic examination results have shown histopathological changes in corpus luteum included: Pyknosis in some nuclei of granulosa cells, Karyorrhexis, Karyolysis in some granulosa cells, and necrosis in corpus luteum, with additional significant decrease in the average of diameters of corpus luteum at level (P <0.05). The results of the concentration of progesterone and estrogen hormones show a significant decrease in the average concentration of progesterone, and no significant difference in the average concentration of estrogen at a level (P <0.05) in all using doses.
Medical Students Perceptions About Their Educational Environment in Community Medicine published in

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Dr. Poonam R. Naik,Dr.Abhay S. Nirgude Background and Objectives: Identifying the strengths and weakness of educational environment will help the institute to facilitate student- centered learning and achieve better learning outcome. The study was undertaken with the objective of studying and comparing the perceptions of medical students about their educational environment in Community Medicine. Methods: A cross sectional study was conducted among all the sixth and eighth semester students of Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences. Data was collected using a 50 item DREEM (Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure). Student t test was used to find out the difference between the mean scores. Results: The mean DREEM scores were 125/200 and 115/200 for the sixth and eighth semester students respectively which indicates a more positive than negative perception
Analisis 3-Monokloro-1,2-Propanadiol (3-MCPD) Ester dalam Minyak Sawit dengan Instrumen Kromatografi Gas-Spektroskopi Massa published in

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Hanifah Nuryani Lioe, Nancy Dewi Yuliana, Dias Indrasti, Yane Regiyana, Cony Arisya Putri A group of components called as 3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol (3-MCPD) esters has been found in some vegetable oils, particularly palm oil. Analysis of these components needs GC-MS instrument to reach a low level detection, parts per billion or ppb level. An effort to validate the 3-MCPD esters analysis by GC-MS method (Wei?haar method) using phenyl boronic acid (PBA) as a derivatizing agent and isotopic internal standard (IS) 3-MCPD-D5 followed by the determination of 3-MCPD in commercial palm oils has been conducted. The analytical results showed the instrumental performance as follows: instrument linearity for the analysis of 3-MCPD standard solutions containing IS 2.0 ?g/mL was obtained at a concentration range of 0.25?7.50 ?g/mL test solution with R2 higher than 0.990, precision of 3-MCPD as well as IS retention time was less than 2.0? which was acceptable according to JECFA guidance. Instrument detection limit (LOD) and limit of quantitation (LOQ) were read from GC-MS based on the linearity experiment, i.e. 0.17 and 0.59 ?g/mL solution, respectively. Method linearity by using palm oil as a matrix also showed R2 higher than 0.990. Recovery test result at 40 ?g/g gave an accuracy at 83.29 7.12? which is in the range of AOAC standard (80?110?) and precision at 5.38? (less than RSDHORWITZ). Analysis of 14 palm oils from local market showed 100? of the sampels were positive to contain 3-MCPD esters. 3-MCPD esters in palm oil were found at a concentration range of 8.15?58.14 g 3-MCPD/g sample. Keywords: 3-MCPD derivatization, 3-MCPD esters, GC-MS, palm oil, phenylboronic acid
PREVALENCE OF TOXOPLASMOSIS AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN AND RISK FACTORS IN AL-KAEDA PROVINCE, IBB, YEMEN published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Mawhoob N. Alkadasi* 1 , E.T. Putaiah2 , Gamal A.A_ameri, Ali Sallam, Kamal Olyoa3 , Arif Alameri Aim: To determine the seroprevalence of toxoplasmosis and its associated risks factors among pregnant women and to asses s the relation of some abnormalities and infection with Toxoplasmosis in Alkaeda province ibb city. Methodology: This pr ospective study was conducted at Alkaeda Hospital, over a 6 months period (March’ 2016 to August’ 2016). The study was a pproved by the Alrahma Medical collage and written informed consents were obtained from the patients. The study group co mprised pregnant women. Samples were tested for anti-Toxoplasma IgG and IgM antipodies by using OnSite Toxo IgG/IgM Rapid Test-Cassette. The OnSite Toxo IgG/IgM Rapid Test is a lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay for the simultane ous detection and differentiation of IgG and IgM anti-Toxoplasma Gondii (T. gondii) in human serum or plasma. This kit is i ntended to be used as a screening test and as an aid in the diagnosis of infection with T. gondii. Any reactive specimen with t he OnSite Toxo IgG/IgM Rapid Test must be confirmed with alternative testing method(s) and clinical findings. Results: In the present study found that 13 sample (13%) were seropositive and 87 cases (87%) were seronegative for Toxo plasma specific IgG antibody and 4 samples (4%) were seropositive and 96 samples (96%) were seronegative for toxoplasm a specific IgM antibody. The distribution of positive serum samples among the different age groups for anti-Toxoplasma gon dii IgG and IgM showed that pregnant woman of the age group 23-30 years had the highest percentage (17.78 % and 6.68% ) of positive results respectively. In present study of all cases,71 living in village which 4 (13.8%) cases of them were detecte d as IgG and 3(3.5) cases of them were detected as IgM. Of all cases 68 had history of contact with cat which 10(14.7) cases of them were detected as IgG positive and 4(5.9) cases of them were detected as IgM. In the present study showed that the s eropositivity of Toxoplasma in relation to the number of times the antenatal woman experienced BOH revealed that the high est percentages (13.20%) of positivity was noted among women with a history of one BOH and seropositive cases were distri buted in relation to the type of BOH revealed that Abortion (66.67%) was the commonest form of pregnancy wastage.. Keywords: Prevalence Of Toxoplasmosis Among Pregnant Women And Risk Factors.
A Rare Case of Amyloid Goiter: Ultrasonographic Findings and Thioflavin T Staining published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Vipul V Solanki, Digish U Vaghela, Arunkumar Marekar, Shamji R Chauhan, Seema N Baxi. Background: Clinically significant enlargement of the thyroid gland by amyloid deposition is rare. A case study of 22-year-old lady with gradual enlargement of the thyroid gland has been presented. Routine haemological, biochemical test including thyroid function tests were normal. Ultrasonographic findings were nonspecific. Amyloid goiter has to be differentiated from other types of goitre and malignancy. FNAC was found to be suspicious for the presence of amyloid. Special staining with thioflavin T confirmed amyloid deposition.
Cued Click Point Technique for Graphical Password Authentication? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Vaibhav Moraskar, Sagar Jaikalyani, Mujib Saiyyed, Jaykumar Gurnani, Kalyani Pendke In todays world the password security is very important. For password protection various techniques are available. Cued Click Points are a click-based graphical password scheme, a cued-recall graphical password technique. Users Click on one point per image for a sequence of images. The next image is based on the previous click-point. The passwords which are easy to memorize are chosen by the users and it becomes easy for attackers to guess it, but the passwords assigned by the strong system are difficult for users to remember. In this paper, we focus on the evaluation of graphical password authentication system using Cued Click Points, including usability and security. In this authentication system, our usability goal is to support the users in selecting better passwords, thus increases the security by expanding the effective password space. The emergence of hotspots is mainly because of poorly chosen passwords. Thus click-based graphical passwords encourage users to select more random, and hence more complex to guess, click-points.
Study on Dielectric Behaviour of Waxes in p-band region published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
M. Lakshmi Pravaa & Adeel Ahmeda* A study on electric properties such as dielectric constant, dielectric loss, electric conductivity, and the penetration depth is conducted in the p-band microwave frequency range, of 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz for the solid samples of bees wax (BW), paraffin wax (PW) & microcrystalline wax (MW). The transmission line technique using vector network analyzer (VNA) is employed in the study. The dielectric properties of different waxes in their normal condition and after heat treatment are investigated. The study reveals that the conductivity and dielectric loss decreases after heat treatment with respect to frequency.
To Study the Correlation Between Serum Uric Acid Levels and Acute Ischemic Stroke. published in

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

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Suleiman Mohammed Al-Abry, L Nageswara Rao* and Shaik Feroz The research work is focused on the residence time distribution (RTD) studies in small pipes using pulse input technique. The extent of dispersion is expressed in terms of dispersion coefficient (DL). RTD studies are carried out by tracer analysis and DL is estimated using axial dispersion model. Laminar flow in short pipes follow pure convection model but the experimental data in the present study is found to be in good agreement with axial dispersion model. The variance and dispersion coefficients are estimated and the effects of flow and geometric parameter on dispersion coefficients are studied. In scope of present study, the dispersion coefficient is found to increase with an increase in velocity and length of tube but the effect of pipe diameter on dispersion coefficient is found to be marginal.
Control and Design of High Frequency Power Distribution System published in

The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal

Published by Neeraj Kumar
Almond DSouza In this paper, pulse-width-modulated (PWM) resonant inverter with (LCC) topology is presented for high Frequency ac power distribution systems High-frequency AC (HFAC) power distribution system (PDS) has recently received more and more attentions and has abroad application from electric vehicle to Micro-grid. The resonant inverter is commonly used to provide the fixed frequency output for point of load (POL) the inverter system is comprised of simple power and control circuitry. However, the control and implementation of high-frequency resonant inverter is complicated to provide good steady and dynamic performance, because of the worse operating circumstance from parameter uncertainties, inaccuracy model, as well as load and line perturbations The detailed analysis shows that the proposed inverter has very low total harmonic distortion, near-zero switching losses, and fast transient response. Open loop and Closed loop Simulation results are presented to prove the performance of the proposed inverter.
FLOATING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: AN APPROACH TO GASTRO RETENTION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rupali S.Wagh*, Poonam A. Salunke, Sheetal V.Patil, Shital S. Patil, Amit Ratnaparkhi, Mayur Pawar, Swati Rathod, The oral route of drug administration is the most convenient and commonly used method of drug delivery. Floating drug delivery systems (FDDS) have a bulk density lower than gastric fluids and thus remain buoyant in the stomach for a prolonged period of time without affecting the gastric emptying rate. While the system is floating on the gastric contents the drug is released slowly at a desired rate from the system. After the release of drug, residual system is emptied from the stomach. This result in increase in the gastric residence time and a better control of fluctuation in plasma drug concentration. Gastric emptying is a complex process and makes in vivo performance of the drug delivery systems uncertain. In order to avoid this variability, efforts have been made to increase the retention time of the drug- delivery systems for more than 12 hours. Several approaches are utilized in prolongation of the gastro retention time. In this review, the current technological developments of FDDS and Pharmaceutical basis of their design, advantages and future potential are discussed. In addition marketed products have been discussed.
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.
FILE TRANSFER SCHEDULING ON NETWORK ELEMENTS USING SWIM FRAMEWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Choudhary Shoaib* File Transfer Scheduling (FTS) is an application in a network management system which is used to launch multiple File transfer session between a network management system and a managed Network Element (NE). The FTS application superv ises parallel NE software download or NE Management Information Base (MIB) backup sessions for multiple supported NEs. FTS operations are based on “JOB”, which can be defined as a descriptor file which contains list of NEs and all the parameters required f or action to be scheduled. This paper proposes a system which could be used for file transfer operations using SWIM framework.
A Clinicopathologic Correlation of Hysterectomy Specimens : 2 Years Retrospective Study in A Tertiary Health Care Centre, Karnataka published in

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Najah Abdul Rehman, Archana Vikram, Nada Chettian Kandy Background : Hysterectomy is the most commonly performed major gynecological surgery.Hysterectomy is one of the most common surgical procedures performed in perimenopausal women.Hysterectomy is a successful operation in terms of patient satisfaction. It provides definitive cure to many diseases involving uterus as well as adnexae. | Objective of the study : i) To study the spectrum of histopathological findings seen in hysterectomy specimens.ii)To analyze age wise incidence of pathology. iii)To correlate the histopathological findings with pre-operative diagnosis. | Methodology : A retrospective hospital based study was carried out in the department of obstetrics &gynecology;over a period of 2 years. Data was analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences Version 16. | Results : 100 patients who met all the parameters in the inclusion and exclusion criteria were studied.The mean age of the patients was 42.27. High incidence of disease was found to be in multiparous .Commonest histopathological finding was leomyoma(42%),prolapse (27%). There was 89% corelation between preoperative diagnosis and histopathological finding. | Conclusion :Perimenopausal age group is a vital time to screen females for uterine and adenexal pathology
Study on Seed Vigour And Their Correlation to Field Emergence in Groundnut (Arachis Hypogea L.) Genotypes published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ruchi Bajpai, Priyanka Singh, Dr. Poonam Singh Studies were carried out on seed vigour and their correlation with field emergence of six groundnut genotypes. Highly significant differences were observed, from the investigation it was found that for predicting the field emergence in groundnut, lab tests like first count of germination, accelerated ageing test of 12 hrs and EC test should be used. Apart from these, two other tests like seed density and final count of germination can also be adopted.
Biotechnological approach: an option for integrated weed management in crop production published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
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.
APPLICATION OF POST-TENSIONING IN MULTI-STOREY BUILDINGS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rahul Choat*, Dr.Om Prakash In spite of the fact that post-tensioning frameworks require specific learning and mastery to create, collect and introduce, the idea is anything but difficult to clarify. Envision a progression of wooden pieces with openings penetrated through them, into which an elastic band is strung. In the event that one holds the finishes of the elastic band, the squares will hang. Post-tensioning can be shown by setting wing nuts on either end of the elastic band and winding the elastic band so that the squares are pushed firmly together. In the event that one holds the wing nuts subsequent to winding, the pieces will stay straight. The fixed elastic band is practically identical to a posttensioning tendon that has been extended by pressure driven jacks and is held set up by wedge-sort securing gadgets. To completely welcome the advantages of post-tensioning, it is useful to know a tiny bit about concrete. Concrete is exceptionally solid in pressure however frail in strain, i.e. it will break when strengths act to force it apart. In ordinary RCC development, if a load, for example, the autos in a parking carport are acting on a section or beam, the beam will have a tendency to sag or deflect. This deflection will bring about the base of the beam to stretch somewhat. Indeed, even a slight stretching is typically enough to bring about breaking. Steel strengthening bars ("rebar") are ordinarily inserted in the solid as ductile reinforcement to confine the cracks. Rebar is what is called "passive" support anyway; it doesn't convey any drive until the concrete has as of now deflected enough to break. Post-tensioning tendons, then again, are viewed as "dynamic" fortifying. Since it is prestressed, the steel is successful as fortification despite the fact that the concrete may not be broken. Post-tensioned structures can be intended to have insignificant redirection and splitting, even under full load.
Nanoagriculture Bringing to Fruition from Ideation published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
M. Balaji Prasad Over the past ten thousand years, farmers have routinely using their knowledge to improve food production. Recent decades have seen a bleak with food shortage looming all over the globe, especially in the developing and under-developing regions due to population explosion. Factors such as shrinking landscape, lack of arable soil, pest epidemics, extensive use of pesticides & fertilizers and nature's fury (global warming, precipitation, flood, storm, untimely raining, tsunami, etc.,) aid to the decline of the crop's yield. India's already large population is expected to become world's largest in the next fifteen years, resulting an increase in the demand for food, with a need to be met through higher agriculture productivity. At present, yield per hectares is far below the global average. Rejuvenating agricultural productivity through technology-led intervention is gaining urgency and is to be made central to the economic growth endeavor of the country. The nano technology is the latest forerunner to introduce evolution in various fields of livelihood encompassing agriculture, food processing, medicine and comforting goods. Nano agriculture has changed the way the food is produced, processed, packaged and consumed. It has revolutionized the agri-sector with new tools and techniques to enhance crops to absorb key nutrients, fight diseases, targeted treatment, for early disease detection and withstand ecological stress. This article reflects an overview of potential applications of nano technology being researched and commercialized in the agri-sector. It also explores the top-to-bottom strategy for the infusion of the scientific and technical know-how of nano technology to evolve sound production pattern in-line with the demand pattern to strengthen the socio economic fabric of the country.
Host Specialization And Egg Production in Drosophila Kikkawai Populations published in

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

International Education and Research Journal

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Amruta Bamane, Shreyal Gajare, Shital Jawarkar, Vrushali Ghutugade Motivated by the privacy issues, curbing the adoption of electronic healthcare systems and the wild success of cloud service models, we propose to build privacy into mobile healthcare systems with the help of the private cloud. Our system offers salient features including efficient key management, privacy-preserving data storage, and retrieval, especially for retrieval at emergencies, and auditability for misusing health data. Specifically, we propose to integrate key management from pseudorandom number generator for unlink ability, a secure indexing method for privacy preserving keyword search which hides both search and access patterns based on redundancy, and integrate the concept of attribute based encryption with threshold signing for providing role-based access control with auditability to prevent potential misbehavior,in both normal and emergency cases.
THE PRACTICE OF FRENCH JUSTICE ARTICLE 228 OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Nicholas Alexandrovich Mishchik Examples of the application of Article 228 of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. This article allows the State to punish their flag vessels for pollution of the sea. In this case, the prosecution of the coastal State was terminated.
Failure Mode Effect Analysis (Fmea) of Knowledge Management and Achivement of Prospective Teachers published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mr. R. Hari Haran FMEA was formalized in 1949 by the US Armed Forces for identifying and eliminating the defects in the materials and in the process. The objective was to classify failures according to their impact on mission success and personnel/equipment safety. The main focus of this paper is to adopt the FMEA analytical process in teacher education and to make the evident of using of FMEA in educational research. In this survey method, the tool based on six sigma FMEA and knowledge management was used. The sample comprised of 75 student teachers of private and government aided institution were subjected to FMEA analysis to find the factors related critical to quality ( CTQ) and the results show the government aided institution was better than the un aided institution in all the key process factors noted by the student teachers.
Genetic analysis for oil content and oil quality traits in Indian mustard [Brassica juncea (L.) Czern & Coss.] published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.A. GAMI* AND R.M. CHAUHAN Heterosis and combining ability was estimated for oil content and oil quality traits in Indian mustard with the help of line x tester matting design of total 34 accessions comprised of ten parental genotypes (six female and four male) and their 24 F1 hybrids of Indian mustard at S.D.Agricultural University, Sardarkrushinagar. Eight hybrids recorded significant and positive heterobeltiosis for oil yield. The range of heterobeltiosis varied from -9.48 per cent (SKM-9033 x GM 2) to 6.96 per cent (BPR-610-50-6 x VARUNA). Parent PUSA BOLD was proved to be good donors for oil content, linolenic acid and glucosinolate. PBR-122 for oil content, oleic acid, linolenic acid, erucic acid and glucosinolate, PCR-7 good combiner for erucic acid, SKM-9033 having good gene for increasing oleic acid and linoleic acid content. Parent BPR-610-50-6 good for oil content, oleic acid, linolenic acid and glucosinolate. The hybrid SKM-9033 x VARUNA pursued by BPR-610-50-6 x VARUNA and BIO-902 x PUSA BOLD and SKM-9820 x GM 2 proved high sca effects for oil content
CFD SIMULATION OF FLUE GAS DUCTING IN WASTE HEAT RECOVERY PLANT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V S NAVEEN J, PROF. A.RAMA KRISHNA In the highly competitive metal production and power generation industries, the difference between energy recovered and energy wasted often determines the difference between profit and loss. A waste heat boiler is one of the devices generally employed to recover energy from high temperature furnace gases, extracting a significant fraction of waste energy. Waste Heat Recovery Boiler (WHRB) is the quintessential example of energy optimization in this age of renewal and energy saving. They capture the waste heat from the process systems and utilize it for other heating process, which ultimately increase the efficiency of plant. However, working stage of WHRB is challenging as design is prepared depending on site constraints and it is expected to deliver high efficiency even when dealing with high velocity and high temperature flows. CFD is widely used to investigate the flow pattern, pressure drop across ducting and particle trajectory within various equipment. CFD can be used to address problems with existing geometrical or performance errors like erosion of duct material due to ash particles, flow non-uniformity at tube bundles entry. Such problems may lead to lower efficiency of the equipment. Therefore, CFD can provide insight in the behavior of the system and contribute to resolving the problem. CFD has helped in improving the flow pattern by arrangement of baffles, flow separators at required locations within prescribed pressure drop across system, improving particle separation efficiency. In this works CFD is used to analyze & improve flow distribution inside the WHRS, which enhance the Thermal efficiency of the boiler, proper distribution of particles to avoid erosion of the tubes and optimization in the pressure drop in WHRS The geometry and mesh was created in Hypermesh & T-grid. The analysis was conducted using advanced CFD software tool, Fluent. Fluent has been applied extensively worldwide for different engineering applications. Fluent solves numerically the Navier-Stokes equations (the fundamental fluid dynamics governing equations). The discrete phase modelling is done by DPM Multiphase approach.
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
EFFICACY OF BALANCE TRAINING ON FALL IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Gharote Gaurai * , Surve Monika, Yeole Ujwal, Panse Rasika, Kulkarni Shweta & Pawar Pournima Background: Postural instability is one of the cardinal sign in Parkinson’s disease which can lead to fall in Parkinson’s patients; therefore, there is need of balance training programme in Parkinson’s patient. Aim: Aim of the study was to find out the eff ects of balance training on fall in Parkinson’s disease. Methodology: Parkinson’s patients (n=60) of grade 1, 2, and 3 according to Hoehn and Yahr classification between age group of 50 - 85 years. Pre post experimental study design was selected in which 2 g roups were made experimental and control group each (n=30). Individuals were assessed with Fullerton Advance Balance Scale, TUG, and Modified Falls efficacy Scale pre, 2ndweek and post. Results: Using repeated measures ANOVA comparison between Pre, 2nd wee k and post intervention values were compared in between experimental and control group. It was found that experimental group values of pre, 2ndweek and post intervention of Fullerton Advance Balance Scale p (0.0001) TUG p (0.0001) Modified falls Efficacy S cale - getting in/out of the bed p (0.0001) are extremely significant. For control group values of pre, 2ndweek and post intervention of Fullerton Advance Balance Scale p (0.9884) TUG p (0.0533) Modified falls Efficacy Scale value for - getting in/out of the bed activity values obtained p (0.9840) are not significant. Conclusion: The study shows that balance training was effective to reduce risk of fall in Parkinson’s patient.
Think out of the box published in

Annals of Medical Physiology

Published by Quench Academy of Medical Education and Research (QAMER) Publishing House
Mohammed Abdul Hannan Hazari
Synthesis and Characterization of 2H-Pyrrole-2-Ones of (5-Benzoyl-benzoimidazol-1-yl)-acetic acid hydrazide derivatives published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

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Deepak Kumar*, Arun Singh** and Yogesh Kumar Walia*** ABSTRACT: The present study deals with the heterocyclization of Schiff bases of (5-Benzoyl-benzimidazol-1- yl)-acetic acid hydrazide [BBAH] into (2H)-Pyrrole-2-ones derivatives. One of the hydrazide i.e. 2-hydroxy benzoic acid hydrazide (salicylhydrazide) and their condensed product play a vital role in medicinal chemistry. More particularly and recently these types of compounds have been found in the treatment of T.B. and other chemotherapeutic diseases. Hence, it was thought of interest of merging of both pyrrole and benzimidazole hydrazide moieties may enhance the drug activity of compound up to some extent or might possess some biological activity. From this point of view the objective of present works to prepare new derivatives of benzimidazole hydrazide containing a pyrrole moiety. Hence The present study deals with the heterocyclization of Schiff bases of (5-Benzoyl-benzimidazol-1-yl)-acetic acid hydrazide [BBAH] into (2H)- Pyrrole-2-ones derivatives. Keywords: (5-Benzoyl-benzimidazol-1-yl)-acetic acid hydrazide, Pyrrole, spectral studies.
Mobile Application for the Agricultural Mandi using E-Auction published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ritesh Kumar Bista | Rahul Patidar | Manjunath C R The Big Data analytics allude to the investigation of huge datasets gathered from different data sources, the Big Data plays very important role to discover extremely helpful data from the huge collection of datasets. The e-mandi business as of now utilizing the idea of Cloud Computing and Big Data especially to find helpful data. As an agrarian nation, India needs a created horticultural field, enabling the farmers and utilizing the advances, for example, e-agriculture, web-based promoting which can build up a solid economy. The proposed android e-auction system helps the famer to access the wide market portal across the world. This framework removes the problem of middlemen because of which famers dont get the right amount for their yield. So, through this framework farmers can sell their product through bidding system where there is possibility of getting very nice price for their product. The facilities of advertisement of the agricultural products, their worldwide marketing systems brings customer through every corner of the world. The paper centers around the Agricultural space especially Indian Agricultural framework which has been escaped these developing advancements, the proposed paper makes the utilization of Big Data Analytics to the agricultural area. The paper proposed show how farmers can utilize e-auction application to sell crops and provides various information about the generation subtle elements. Ritesh Kumar Bista | Rahul Patidar | Manjunath C R"Mobile Application for the Agricultural Mandi using E-Auction" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12918.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/12918/mobile-application-for-the-agricultural-mandi-using-e-auction/ritesh-kumar-bista
AERODYNAMICS AND STATIC STABILITY INVESTIGATION OF A V - TAIL LAYOUT USING CFD METHODS AND VARIOUS TURBULENCE MODELS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Georgios N. Kollias*, Michail T. Koufopoulos, D.E. Mazarakos, D - E. Margaris, V.Kostopoulos In this paper, the conversion of a T - tail aircraft model to V ee - tail has investigated. Analytical research was carried out for the geometry of the tail as well as for the selection of the airfoil of the model, which specifically is NACA 64A010. Moreover, a 2 - D com putational analysis was set, for the airfoil investigation at Reynolds 130.000 and a 3 - D computational analysis was performed for the V ee - tail for different angles of attack and side - slip, using the turbulent models Spalart - Allmaras, Realizable k - ε and SS T k - ω. The analysis concludes that the experimental, theoretical and analytical results are in agreement with the co mputational process. For the Vee - tail , the analysis shows that the C L follows a linear variation in relation w ith the angle of attack up to 7 ° whereas the results with the turbulent models begin to deviate. In addition, for the C D relative to the angle of attack, a convergence among the various turbulent models as well as with the theoretical results was observed. With the incr ease of the si de slip angle, loss of the aerodynamic performance of the V ee - tail model is observed. At 8 ° , the C D increases 30% wh ile the C L decreases 9%. For the 12 ° , the C D increases dramatically up to 76% and at 24 ° , the aerodynamic performance is completely reduced t o zero.
Status of Women in Bhubaneswar Slums published in

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MRS.SASMITA RAY The terms status signifies the slum total women of the various culturally & socially ascribed roles. One has to play & the right and dues inherent in a social position. This is what is known as ascribed statuses. Besides the ascribed status there is also the achieved status which results from ones effort & personal achievement, the concept of status is used to indicate the ranking of individual in terms of attributes such as level of education, occupation, income, percentage of ones status within the home and in the community, decision making roles, number of restriction imposed one ones activities, freedom & the like, if we consider status in the light of above attributed it is to be accepted that status of women varies from place to place & from time to time.
Comorbidity between PTSD and Anxiety and Depression: Implications for IAPT Services published in

Archives of Depression and Anxiety

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Rachel Thomlinson, Steven Muncer* and Helen Dent Objective: The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) initiative was introduced in the UK to increase access to psychological therapies for those with mild to moderate anxiety and depression. Recent outcome figures suggest recovery rates of 42%. One potential reason for non-recovery is the experience of previous trauma and potential PTSD comorbidity, which has been found to negatively impact treatment for anxiety and depression. This study therefore aimed to investigate trauma levels in IAPT patients.
an Unusual Corneal Foreign Body: a Case Report published in

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Dr Varsha G. Bapat,Dr Swapnagandha S.Halikar,Dr Rashmi N. Pathak Many types of foreign bodies can enter the eye and get stuck on to the cornea. 1 We report a case of unusual corneal foreign body in a 35 year old healthy male patient, presented to eye clinic with complaints of sudden onset of ocular discomfort, foreign body sensation and watering for couple of days. On clinical examination he was found to have a retained corneal foreign body suggestive of an arthropod. Thus a pseudo infestation can be considered as differential diagnosis of corneal foreign bodies.2
Measuring Technological Performance Through Technology Management Scorecard (TMSC) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Nitin. J. Untwal Technology is a dynamic process. Technological impact on business performance is more in global competitive market. The organization need to manage the technology in best possible manner in order to compete and survive. Stronger the research and development (R& D) more fruitful will be the future. Hence understanding the need the researcher had put an effort to developed a scorecard which deals with Measuring technological performance through Technology management scorecard.
Studies of Acoustic Properties of Substituted Heterocyclic Drugs in Dioxane & Dioxane-Water Mixture At 290C. published in

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Y. K. Meshram, K.N.SonuneRohinee R. Dharamkar The acoustical properties have been investigated from the ultrasonic velocity and density measurement of substituted heterocyclic drugs such as Acenocoumarol { 4-Hydroxy-3-[1(4-nitrophenyl)-3-oxobutyl]-2Hchromen-2-one}, Allopurinal { 1,5 dihydro-4H-pyrazolol(3,4-d)pyrimidin-4-one}, Warfarin {3(-acetonyl benzyl) -4-hydroxy coumarin} in 10% DMF at 300K. The measurement have been perform to evaluate acoustical parameters such as -Ultrasonic Velocity (Us), Density( ds), Adiabatic compressibility (?s), Intermolecular length( Lt), Partial molal compressibility ( ?ok(s) ), Apparent molal volume ( ?v), Apparent adiabatic compressibility (?k(s)), Relative association(RA), Specific acoustic impedence (Z), partial molal volume (?ov). The behavior of solutions of these compounds in Dioxane and Dioxane-water mixture.
Responsabilidade socioambiental no processo de adaptao estratgica da cooperativa Aurora alimentos no perodo de 2004 a 2010 published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Rosiane Oswald & Elaine Ferreira The objective of this study was to understand the process of strategic adaptation, with a focus on environmental responsibility of the Aurora Foods Company. There search is characterized as descriptive, case study, with a longitudinal study. The model of Pettigrew (1987) was used, who propose to investigate the stage of change in the process, content and context dimensions. The primary data collection occurred by personal interviews, and the secondary data was obtained through organizational documents, reports, and other secondary sources. In the data analysis, the main events were studied based on theoretical work relating to environmental management and strategic fit in relation to social responsibility by the model proposed by Schwartzand Carroll (2003). It was concluded that the changes were linked to forms of management's vision, a process of continuous learning, and of clarity about the whole complexity that involves social and environmental variables, which has been evolving with the environmental issues, evolving a set of actions, conduct and management. Keywords: Strategic Adapting; Environmental Management; Food Sector.
Nitrate contaminations in ground water of villages of Deoli Teshil (Tonk District) Rajasthan published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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K.S. Meena*1, R.K. Gunsaria2 ,N. Kumar1 , P.L.Meena1 R.R. Meena3 and Kanta Meena4 Ground water analysis of 130 villages of Deoli Teshil was carried out during 2008 2011 to evaluate the physicochemical characteristics of water. Water sampling was made on mayjun. 2009 and analysis of water samples done by using standard methods.The result shows that nitrate concentration ranged from 4to 320 mg/L2. High nitrate concentration makes the ground water unsuitable for drinking purpose. Permissible limit of nitrate is 40-50 mg/L by WHO. High nitrate levels in water can cause methemoglobinemia or blue baby syndrome, this condition is found especially in infants under six months age.
A Fuzzy Rule Based Clustering published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Sachin Ashok Shinde, Asst.Prof.Y.R.Nagargoje This paper presents a detailed study of different clustering based image clustering algorithm. A cluster is collection or group of data objects that are similar to each other with the same cluster object and not similar with other cluster object. Also it is study on different fuzzy rule based clustering algorithm. To overcome the limitations of conventional FCM its need to study Kernel fuzzy c-means (KFCM) algorithm in detail. Basic K-means algorithm is sensitive to noise and outliers so, and changes of K-means called as Fuzzy c- means (FCM) are developed .FCM allows data points to belong to number of cluster where each data point has own degree of membership of belonging to each cluster. The KFCM uses a unique function and gives better performance than FCM in case of noise corrupted images. So it is nothing but grouping of set of physical data objects into the classes of similar or matching objects. The fuzzy rule clustering is the crisp clustering at the boundaries among the cluster are vague and ambiguous. Up to yet the cluster never can be identified by the human directly but which was possible for the machines or system to identify cluster easily as per the requirements of dataset or system. The cluster which is fuzzy in nature is quite difficult to understand. The most drawback of fuzzy and crisp clustering algorithm is there nature of sensitivity to number of potential cluster and their initial position. The image clustering is not easy to understand for human up to yet.
Different Modalities of Treatment in Floating Knee Injury A Research Paper published in

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Dr. Prashant Tripathi, Dr. Pinakin I Vora, Dr. Suresh Parmar, Dr. Dinesh Agarwal, Dr. Prerak Yadav, Dr. Vatsal Parmar Allfracture, is an individual problem and the decision to treat it by internal fixation or indeed conservatively should be based on realistic assessment of the advantages and hazards of each method in circumstances of those particular cases .This calls for high degree of clinical judgment which is harder to acquire or to impart technical virtuosity in operating theatre.
Violence Against Women in Gulbarga District: A Sociological Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Shailaja. S. Rangan, Dr. N.H. Patil Violence against women are of different types such as domestic violence, wife battering, rape, abduction, trafficking, forced prostitution, dowry related torture, sexual harassment at work places, etc. The present study was interviewed women victims of gender based violence in these aspects in Gulbarga district. Total 500 women victims were interviewed and in many cases, the women victims were rejected to give information and under such circumstances, the information was collected from relatives and friends of respondents. It is suggested to increase education of women to prevent violence. Specialized women police wings should be set up at each police station to deal with the violence against women.
Gender Discrimination and Violence Against Women Entrepreneurs published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Annapurna Dixit, Alok Kumar Pandey In the present paper an attempt has been made to analyse the gender discrimination with women entrepreneurs in informal sector. The study has been conducted in Uttar Pradesh. Data has been collected from 935 women entrepreneurs in the informal sector on the basis of well developed questionnaire. Summary: Majority of the women entrepreneurs (57.5%) working in informal sector are literate. 31.4 percent reported that they face physical violence inside the house, 30.9 percent faced before marriage, 27.8 percent faced violence outside the house and 9.9 percent faced physical violence after marriage. As far as discrimination is concerned, majority of the women entrepreneurs (70.1 %) reported that they do not face discrimination for being a woman.
FACILE SYNTHESIS AND ANTIMICROBIAL SCREENING OF PYRAZOLE DERIVATIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pravina B. Piste* A series of novel and significant compounds containing pyrazole derivatives have been synthesized from base catalyzed reaction between N-acetyl-3-4-diphenylpyrazole and substituted benzaldehydes by grinding technique afforded 1-benzoaceto-3-5-diphenyldihydropyrazole (Ia-d) followed by reflux with different reagents like phenyl hydrazine ,Hydrazine hydrate in acetic acid and Hydrazine hydrate in sodium acetate gave corresponding N 1 -(3,4-diphenyl,5 -dihydro-2,3-pyrazol)-3,5-diphenyl,4- diydro pyrazole( IIad),N 1 -(4-phenyl,3-acetyl,5-dihydro,2,3-pyrazol)3,5-diphenyl-4-dihydropyrazole (III a-d), N 1 -(4-phenyl,5-dihydro-2,3-pyrazol)-3,5-diphenyl -4-dihydro pyrazole (IV a-d ) respectively. The structures of the newly synthesized compounds have been confirmed on the basis of elemental analysis and spectral data. Some of the synthesized compounds exhibit significant antibacterial activity.
Report of a rare case of accessory spleen with sickle cell anemia published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mohammad Zarei, Hasan Talebzadeh, Sakineh Farhood, Hossein Zare Accessory spleens, also known as supernumerary spleens, splenunculi, or splenules, are congenital foci of healthy splenic tissue that are separate from the main body of the spleen, with a reported incidence of 10% in the general population. The patient was a 21 year old woman who had a long history of sickle cell anemia and was under treatment with hydroxyurea and folic acid. Sub-total splenectomy and spleen surgical resection was performed.. The patient was followed up for 9 months after surgery and no problem.
Social Media and Political Communication in India: An analysis of 2017 Legislative Assembly Elections in Himachal Pradesh published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ashish Sharma Politics and Mass Communication have been an unbreakable duo for many centuries. Public meetings, Newspapers, Magazines, Radio, Television are the major communication tools. With the advent of new media technologies, the political campaign has gained a new dimension. During the last elections Indian political parties used Websites, E-mails, IVRS, SMSs, Internet, Banners, Online Advertising, Blogs, Mobile Phones, etc. This study has aimed to assess the effectiveness of new media political campaigns during the elections. Content analysis, Survey and In-depth Interview methods were used in the study. The study has revealed surprising facts. Every large political party has tried to use all the available new media tools. Television, Mobile phone and Internet have played a great role. The utilization of new media communication tools and strategies gave a new facet that was highly beneficial to the Indian politics. The political parties have reached a large number of voters through the new media. It made their election campaign easy, fast and successful. This paper aims to examine the extent use of social media by the political parties to promote their image and political messages, among their supporters and peoples in social media. The paper intends to examine how people consume the political issues or political discussion on social media. It was studied on the basis of the responses received from a sample of 100 respondents in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh region. Results reveal interesting information on the types of social media used the ratings of the most used social media and their impact on society. Ashish Sharma"Social Media and Political Communication in India: An analysis of 2017 Legislative Assembly Elections in Himachal Pradesh" 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/ijtsrd9478.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/journalism/9478/social-media-and-political-communication-in-india-an-analysis-of-2017-legislative-assembly-elections-in-himachal-pradesh/ashish-sharma
EMERGENCE OF WALT WHITMAN-BOTH AS A GREAT AMERICAN POETIC INNOVATOR AND A COMMENDABLE LANGUAGE EXPERIMENTER IN THE AMERICAN LITERARY SCENARIO: A BRIEF ANALYSIS. published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Dr. S. Chelliah (Professor, Head and Chairperson, School of English & Foreign languages &School of Indian Languages, Department of English & Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, MADURAI-21(TN)-India.) This paper focuses on a great American poetic innovator and a commendable language experimenter in the American literary scenario, Walt Whitman who breathed a view and grandiose life into poetry by which he exerted a lasting influence on modern poetry by aiming at being himself in his poetry and this required him stand out as poetry personified in solitary relief against the whole poetic achievement of the past. The paper also envisions the poetic revolution that he brought about in American poetry which crowned him as a liberator of poetry and the father of vers libre.
An Analysis of the Housing Loan Segment of Commercial Banks in India published in

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Daisy P. K Commercial banks command a major share in the total banking operations in India. Housing loan is one among the variety of loan schemes offered by the commercial banks. Generally people are very reluctant to take a loan from the bank . This paper will focus on how a customer can benefit by taking a housing loan rather than utilizing the surplus fund with him to construct his dream house. The main objective of the study is to analyze the extend of customer advantage of housing loans by comparing fixed deposits and the equivalent amount of housing loan. The result of the study revealed that total amount paid for a housing loan of thirty year duration is lesser than that of the total amount received from the equivalent amount of fixed deposit of same duration.
Reverse Aging by Punica granatum L. Peel Extract on Rat Model published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Akanksha Samuel | Yogita Dobhal While connecting the dots to all the possibly known diseases, it lead us to a single root cause, an increased level of free-radicals. Apart from the external sources, internally sources as well, trigger the natural-aging-clock i.e. the length of the telomere. The present study was focused on the chemical constituents being, polyphenolic tannins (ellagic acid, punicallin, punicalagin) being converted into urolithins. Ageing was induced by oral administration of soft-drink for 6 weeks in positive control group resulted increase in body weight, lipid-peroxidase & low-density lipids. The oral administration dose of pomegranate aqueous peel extract in group T1(a) 50mg/kg & group T1(b) 10 mg/kg of body weight & pomegranate fruit juice in group T2(a) 2ml/kg & T2(b) 3 ml/kg of body weight, was given for 3 weeks. Furthermore, the combination of both aqueous peel extract & fruit juice in group T3 was 100mg/kg & 3ml/kg of body weight administered orally. The pomegranate aqueous peel extract shown to be a potent antioxidant than the pomegranate fruit juice. Whereas, among all the treatment groups, group T3 shown significant increase in superoxidases, reduced glutathione, free radical scavenging activity, high-density lipids & memory retention as compared to the positive control group. Akanksha Samuel | Yogita Dobhal"Reverse Aging by Punica granatum L. Peel Extract on Rat Model" 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/ijtsrd12999.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/pharmacy/pharmacology-/12999/reverse-aging-by-punica-granatum-l-peel-extract-on-rat-model/akanksha-samuel
Peptide alkaoloids of Zizyphusjoazeiro published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
SwetaSingh1, A.K. Pandey1, Abhimnaya Yadava2, Pratiksha Singh2 And Jagdish P. Singh2 Two cyclopeptide alkaloids, nummularine-k and Joazerine have been isolated from the root bark of Zizyphusjoazeiro and their structures were established by spectral evidences. This is the first report of these two compounds in Z. Joazeiro.Zoazerine, is a new 13- membered ring cyclopeptide alkaloid
Shades of Customer Satisfaction in Competitive Era published in

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Vishal Saxena Last few decades have witnessed a shift in business strategies all over the world. Liberalization of Indian Economy and entry of multinational enterprises into Indian market have given a great opportunity to customers to select one out of several similar products available in the market. In this competitive market era, market has become highly competitive and customer oriented. Therefore it is necessary for a producer to understand customer satisfaction. It is not an easy task to understand customer satisfaction. Customer satisfaction is the local point of the growth of the business unit. A business involves application of a large capital. Hence the failure of a business is a risky proposition. It becomes necessary to design and distribute the goods and services as per customer expectation. This paper tries to highlight the impact, issues and challenges in a modern day business in light of Consumerism.
Synthesis And Characterization of Cr(III) And Cu(II) Complexes of HexaazabipyH2 published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Sulekh Chandra1*, Rajavally Prem2 and Smriti Raizada3 A novel hexadentate nitrogen donor [N6] macrocyclic ligand, ie. Hexa azabipyH2 (L) has been synthesized. Cr(III) and Cu(II) complexes of this ligand have been prepared and characterized by elemental analyses, molar conductance measurements, magnetic susceptibility measurements, mass, 1H NMR (ligand), IR, electronic and EPR spectral studies. On the basis of molar conductance the Cr(III) complexes may be formulated as Cr(L)X3 and Cu(II) complexes may be formulated as Cu(L)X2, where X= Cl-, Br-, NO3 -, and CH3COO-. On the basis of IR, electronic and EPR spectral studies an octahedral geometry has been designated to Cr(III) and tetragonal for Cu(II) complexes.
Supported Liquid Membranes and Its Applications published in

Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science

Published by Black Sea Publishers
Gülçin ÖZEVCİ In this study, as a promising alternative separation method supported liquid membranes (SLMs) are investigated. SLM is a structure that liquid immobilized into pores of a thin microporous support. Supports have different pore size and character. Preparation methods of SLM, transport mechanism and separation of element or compound from feed to stripping phase are clarified. Proper extractant is decided by considering the preferred separated gas, metal or compound and extractant is immobilized into pores of membrane. Afterwards, prepared SLM is put into middle of the two glass diffusion cell ad experiments are carried out. By SLM, extraction and strip phases occur in one-step and it has possibility of achieving high separation factors. If it is compared with other separation methods the extractant amount used is fewer than the others. Thus, the amount of chemicals and contaminants could be reduced. However, despite several advantages the membranes are unstable and their lifetimes are limited so it is significant choosing proper membrane support, extractant and diluter. Support membrane is characterized by SEM, FESEM, and SEM-EDX. They have applications in numerous areas such as analytic, biotechnology and environmental science. In recent years, nuclear industry has an increasing trend to SLMs. In separation of actinides and fission products flat sheet SLMs have potential but in industrial applications it is difficult to scale up. Hence it is significant for Turkey attempts to construct nuclear power plants and have nuclear technology like other countries to enhance flat sheet SLMs which have potential in nuclear fuel cycle steps.
Secure Scalable Data Sharing in Cloud Storage using Randomized Key Aggregate Crypto System published in

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Vaddi Nagamani, Vedula Venkateswara Rao, Mandapati Venkateswara Rao Now a days cloud computing is emerging computing technology in computing world. Cloud computing provides integration of several servers, storage space as a single entity. The cloud computing provides interconnection of several physical computing resources as a single entity so that the customers can use them on pay per use method. The cloud computing also uses virtualization technology to increase the computing resources so that with minimum resources we can implement work efficiently. Cloud provides different layers in its architecture so that the users can use all the resources in cloud as service model. In this cloud computing environment cloud storage is one of the services that are most popular in present world. Data sharing is an important functionality in cloud storage in this case the data placed by user may shared and accessed by many users in such a case the data sharing must be secure, flexible and efficient with others. Clod computing had overlaps many existing concepts such as distributed system. Data security is the challenging issue in cloud computing paradigm where the user store sensitive information on cloud servers. Also, data confidentiality against cloud server is required, when users outsource data for storage in the cloud. Existing solutions generally use cryptographic methods like encryption and decryption. The biggest concerns with cloud data storage is that of data integrity verification at untrusted server. To preserve data privacy, a basic solution is to encrypt data files, and then upload the encrypted data into the cloud. For this it is proposed to have a public key cryptosystem for storing and accessing for data in cloud. In existing system this cryptosystem produces constant size cipher text. Now this system proposes to introduce variable size cryptosystem that is supported with a set of secret keys as a single keys and the process uses the power of the all the keys by using these compact aggregate key we encrypt files and storing cloud. This key is positive others who shares the data. By using this key others can share data in secured way
Nonlinear Asymmetric Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability Of Cylindrical Flow With Mass And Heat Transfer And The Viscous Linear Analysis published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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DOO-SUNG LEE The nonlinear asymmetric Kelvin-Helmholtz stability of the cylindrical interface between the vapor and liquid phases of a °uid is studied when the phases are enclosed between two cylindri- cal surfaces coaxial with the interface, and when there is mass and heat transfer across the inter- face. The method of multiple time expansion is used for the investigation. The evolution of am- plitude is shown to be governed by a nonlinear ¯rst order di®erential equation. The stability cri- terion is discussed, and the region of stability is displayed graphically. Also investigated in this paper is the viscous linear potential °ow. DOO-SUNG LEE"Nonlinear Asymmetric Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability Of Cylindrical Flow With Mass And Heat Transfer And The Viscous Linear Analysis" 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/ijtsrd17030.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/applied-mathematics/17030/nonlinear-asymmetric-kelvin-helmholtz-instability-of-cylindrical-flow-with-mass-and-heat-transfer-and-the-viscous-linear-analysis/doo-sung-lee
Pregnancy Outcome in Women With Previous one Cesarean Section published in

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

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Dr.Devchand N, Dr.Uday pal Singh A 38 years old male patient was brought to the casualty of Mamata Medical College and General hospital, khammam, Andhra Pradesh, with history of sustained injury due to arrow in left side of the chest. On enquiry, there was a quarrel between two brothers on 8th july 2013 in tribal area of Badrachalam, khammam dist, A.P. He was taken by his wife and relatives to Badrachalam area hospital, khammam district. Patient was referred to mamata general hospital on 9thjuly 2013, khammam. The patient was discharged after treatment on 16th august 2013.
INTEREST RATE AND PRIVATE CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOUR IN NIGERIA: SOME EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

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Hammed, Agboola Yusuf, Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin,Joel Ede Owuru, Saad Babatunde Akanbi, Hammed Oluwaseyi Musibau This study examines the impacts of interest rates on private consumption behaviour in Nigeria between the period of 1981 and 2013 using autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) cointegrations framework. The data were sourced from the World Bank development indicators and the interest rate was augmented with other macroeconomic variables like per capita income, money supply, and banking sector credit to the private sector as regressors in determining the behaviour of private consumption in Nigeria. The results confirm the existence of a relationship between private consumption and its determinants, except real interest rate and the dummy for the impact of interest rate deregulation. The study, therefore, recommends an increase in government capital expenditures that will create an enabling environment for the private sector to thrive so that the welfare of the citizenry could be enhanced. Keywords: Private Consumption, Interest Rate, ARDL, and Nigeria, JEL Classification: C22, D11and E43.
A STUDY OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF THE INDUSTRIAL CITY AT SOUTH CHENNAI published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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T. Senthilnathan*, K. V. Parvathavarthini, S. Sahaya Rajan ue to urbanization and industrialization. The present study evaluate the physical and chemical parameters of the water from the industrial city known as MaraimalaiNagar Town near Chennai city .More than 150 industries are located in the site. The standard methods are use for evaluation of the parameters and the water samples are found to have more concentrations of iron and alkalinity in the area .Hence, suitable water treatment is required to make it drinkable.
Substance use in youth published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Nazish Hussain Ali Pachani Youth is the time period of vast exploration and curiosity. Young people begin to explore the world around. They acquire pleasure and satisfaction by carrying out risky behaviors to satisfy their impulse. Substance use is one such action that young people get attraction from certain individual, familial, social and environmental variables. Young people’s past as well as present stressful experience and maladaptive coping style create strong affinity. Diverse researches have favored that pubertal transition, parenting style, family cohesiveness, maternal use, modeling, conditioning, and socialization reflect on youth’s upbringing. It is evident that the substance use is one of the cognitive and behavioral outcome. There is a need to construct a most supportive zone around youth that enables them to broader their horizon of emotional intelligence. As a health care professional, knowledge about all the levels of prevention can aid communities to have an addiction free environment. Individual counselling, family therapy, national and international awareness programs would help in eradicating substance use. Collaborative work of Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) would motivate youth to acquire a substance free lifestyle.
Coprecipitation procedure for speciation of chromium in some dairy food product and water samples by FAAS published in

International Journal of Agricultural Science and Food Technology

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Şerife Saçmacı* A new method based on the coprecipitation procedure (CP) for separation/speciation using flame atomic absorption spectrometric (FAAS) determination was proposed for the determination of Cr(III)/ Cr(VI) in some real samples with Co(II)/α-Benzoinoxime precipitate. It enabled a very selective, basic and rapid method for chromium determination to be developed. The analytical variables including pH, amount of α-Benzoinoxime, amount of Co(II) as carrier element, and sample volume were investigated for the quantitative recoveries Cr(III)/Cr(VI). No interfering effects were observed from the concomitant ions when present in real samples. Cr(III) was quantitatively recovered on Co(II)/α-Benzoinoxime precipitate at a pH range of 7–10, while Cr(VI) was not quantitatively recovered for any of the pHs. The calibration graph was linear in the range of 1.0–10.0 mg L-1. Under the optimized conditions, detection limits of 0.01 μg L-1 and the relative standard deviations of 1.1% were found. The pre concentration factor was found to be 1000. The precipitate was dissolved in 0.1 mL of concentrated HNO3, and made up to 1.0 mL with de ionized ultra pure water. The validation of the presented CP was checked by the analysis of certified reference materials. The method was applied for the determination of Cr(III)/Cr(VI) in real samples such as natural waters and some dairy food samples, and good results were obtained (relative standard deviations <2%, recoveries >95%).
The Object of Art: the Spatioplastic Dialectic with New Tools and the Use of New Technologies published in

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Papadopoulou Agness The modern world is manifold, unclear, complicated. The potential meaning and the detachment from regulating situations, the dissipative structures, change and the possibility of an open end, unpredictability, create a likely environment for the creation of a new regime of non-representational art with uniconic expressions. This new non-representational class and the extended field in which objects and social processes are congregated, reshape the idea of space on the basis of the logic of the synaeresis of dissimilar systems: natural, hyperspatial, temporal, social. Because of new technologies, space is reinterpreted in relation to the dynamics of the community of users, residents, administrators, readers, spectators. The design parameters are those of individualisation, adaptation, adjustment, experientalism and jointly refer to the self-organisation of form through the different relationships formed between objects and users
Sinus Histiocytosis With Hypothyroidism in A Case of Diabetes Mellitus : A Rare Case Report published in

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Dr. Uddhav. S. Khaire, Dr. Vimlesh R Pandey, Dr. Shradha S. Runwal, Dr. Suresh N Gawai 37 year female patient presented with axillary lymphadenopathy since 3 months, pedal edema and abdominal distension since 2months, known case of diabetes mellitus since 4 years. After investigating and thorough examination a diagnosis of sinus histiocytosis with hypothyroidism in a case of diabetes mellitus was made.
Unconscionable Contract published in

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Bhanu Prakash Singh Markam Courts use the term "unconscionable" to describe conduct that is either unjust or one-sided to benefit one party more than the other. In contract law, an unconscionable contract is one that no reasonable person would enter into without some very compelling reason. Those who do end up entering into unconscionable contracts tend to be poorly educated, living in poverty, or have been unable to find a fairer agreement elsewhere. Bhanu Prakash Singh Markam"Unconscionable Contract" 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/ijtsrd17083.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/other/17083/unconscionable-contract/bhanu-prakash-singh-markam
Teachers Attitude Towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation on Secondary Schools published in

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S.PAZHANIMURUGAN,R.SIVAKUMAR,Dr.A.EDWARD WILLIAM BENJAMIN School is an institution where talents are nurtured. Therefore it becomes very important to continuously revise and introduce such measures and schemes which will impact the mind, character and physical ability of the learner. Indian education is moving from summative to a continuous evaluation system. This study is an attempt to find out teachers perception about the scheme of continuous and comprehensive evaluation, the problems they face while its execution and the suggestions that teachers want to give in making CCE effective and fruitful on ground realities. The sample consisted of 50 government school teachers from Sivaganga District. The result of the study revealed that currently the perception of government school teachers is average which indicates moderate acceptability of CCE by the teachers. The teachers are not adequately prepared for the effective execution of CCE in government schools. Further the study revealed that the large number of students in the classes, lack of appropriate training, inadequate infrastructure and teaching materials and increased volume of work act as barriers in smooth execution of CCE.
Assessment of Health Centers As Per Indian Public Health Standards in Chandigarh Tricity, India. published in

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Anupama Dhiman, Naveen Krishan Goel, Dinesh Kumar Walia, Abhiruchi Galhotra, Navpreet Objectives: To assess the status of health centers as per Indian Public Health Standards in Tricity of Chandigarh, India. Method: A cross sectional study was done from April 2012 to September 2013 at randomly selected 18 health centers including Community Health Centers (CHCs), Primary Health Centers (PHCs) and Sub Centers (SCs) in Tricity of Chandigarh i.e. Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali. The data was obtained from 60 service providers, supplemented by on the spot observations and record checking. Descriptive analysis was done. Results: Medical Officers were available at 25% of the PHCs in Mohali. There were no physician, pediatrician, general surgeon and anesthetist at CHCs in Mohali. Only 35% and 78% of drugs were available at CHCs in Chandigarh and Panchkula, respectively. Conclusion: Identified gaps should be addressed as per Indian Public Health Standards at all levels of health centers at the earliest to achieve the desired goals.
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

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FUZZY OPTIMIZATION INVENTORY MODEL USING KUHN-TUCKER TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Dr.Rexlin Jeyakumari S.*1 , Jerline Zita S.2 & Merline Laura S.3 This paper preambles two fuzzy production inventory models under fuzzy parameters for crisp production quantity or for fuzzy production quantity. The fuzzy total production inventory costs of these models along with the fuzzy arithmetical operations of function principle are proposed. The main purpose is to find optimal solutions of these models by using ranking function method for defuzzifying the fuzzy total production inventory cost and by using Kuhn-Tucker method for solving inequality constraint problem. In addition, when the fuzzy parameters [Fuzzy inventory cost, fuzzy demand, fuzzy setup cost, fuzzy demand rate, and fuzzy production rate] are all crisp real numbers. The optimal solutions of our proposed models can be specified to meet classical production inventory models.
Handling of Library Data with HADOOP published in

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Dr. Sangeeta Paliwal In this article we are introducing latest technology in library. As we all know Hadoop is open source software for handling Big Data. In present era all library work done by the computer. Day by day e resources are increasing in the library so librarians are facing difficulty to handle their data with present infrastructure. In this article we are presenting the introduction of Hadoop, its requirement, its feathers, and need of Hadoop in the library. At the end of the article we gave some name of the corporate/institutions are using Hadoop. Hadoop is very useful for handling big data in libray. Hadoop provides a framework to process large data using a computing cluster made from normal commodity hardware. Hadoop is built in fault tolerance therefore it expects computer to be breaking frequently. We can easily handle big data of library by the help of Hadoop, we can make strong search engine like OPAC and on security point of view Hadoop is very much secure. With the help of Hadoop we can make data mining also it will very supportive for data retrieval in various formats of library data.
SIGNIFICANCE OF PATIENT COUNSELING IN DIABETES MELLITUS; A PROSPECTIVE STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Y. Hrushikesh Reddy*,D. Ashok Kumar,Mallesh M, M. Purushothaman To assess the impact of pharmacist providing patient counseling in bringing therapeutic outcomes and Quality of life (QOL) improvement in Type II Diabetes Mellitus (DM) patients. A prospective observational study was conducted for a period of 10 months from July 2014 to April 2015 at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), a tertiary care teaching hospital, Kadapa. A total of 125 patients with Type II DM were assigned into 3 groups. They were received basic diabetic counselling (regarding disease, medication & life style modifications) for 3 months at each visit. RBS, FBS, PPBS, TC, TG, HDL, LDL & the effects of mono, double & triple combination therapies were measured at baseline & at the end of the study. QOL was assessed by the using the KAP questionnaire and SF 12. Significant reductions were found in FBS (228 10.5 to 140 5.6), RBS (350 25.5 to 203 10.6), PPBS (250 20.5 to 143 10.3) & also greater reductions were observed in TC, TG, HDL, LDL levels in all the groups after the counseling. Dramatic improvement in patients QOL was found. The study concluded that chronic diseases like DM affect the QOL of patients so the pharmacist providing patient counseling has a major impact in improving the health care outcomes like glycemic control & QOL.
Economical Analysis of Sprinkler and Drip Irrigated-Dry Bean Production published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

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Esat Yurteri, Ramazan Topak The present study was conducted in 2016 to compare sprinkler and drip irrigation methods with regard to economic aspects. Fixed sprinkler irrigation and drip irrigation were applied in dry bean farming. Full irrigation was practiced. Methods were compared with regard to production costs and gross –net incomes. Current findings revealed that there were not significant differences between sprinkler and drip irrigation in dry bean farming with regard to irrigation costs, total production costs and incomes
Serum Ferritin Levels in Patients of BetaThalassaemia Major, Receiving Repeated Blood Transfusion published in

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Devaki R N, Harisha S A, Shree Harsha V, Vinod Kumar H R, Poojitha K Beta thalassaemia is a genetically inherited blood disorder that is oftenmanaged with chronic blood transfusions, typically every 15 to 25days depending upon the severity of anaemia.Regular blood transfusions, ineffective erythropoiesis and increased gastrointestinal iron absorption lead to iron overload in the body. The management of the iron overload is very important in these patients, requires the administration of iron chelatorsfrequently and evaluation of serum ferritin levels at regular intervals for the management assessment. In the present study serum ferritin levels of the patients with betathalassaemia major were measured. Majority of the patients revealed very high ferritin levels, i,e1969.69 ng/ml (SD 1195.706) ng/mland controls was only 83.75 (SD 25.968) ng/ml.These levels reflects inadequate chelation and vulnerability to develop iron overload related complications. Role of serum ferritin levels in thalassaemia is essential, because improvement in transfusion therapy in Beta thalassemia major patients, transfusion haemosiderosis has now become the major cause late morbidity and mortality.
Communication May Fail Due to Some Barriers published in

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Toxocara Canis in Stray Dogs of Tirana and Related Public Health Risks published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Bejo BIZHGA,Arben BOARI,Dardan SHEHDULA, Emilian SHABANI,Jerina RUGJI,Xhilda ROKO, Robert KOSOVA Toxocara canis is a nematode parasite widely distributed in Tirana. Tirana is expanding with conditions that favor the growth of the number of stray dogs. The current number of strays in Tirana is about 2300 ( 250). This number includes only dogs within the urban city without considering the suburban areas. Infestation burden with T. canis in strays resulted 59.6%, with significant variations between various age groups. Puppies up to 6 months resulted 100% infested by T. canis. Parasitic burden for this age-group resulted with the higher at an average of 1,879 e/ g / feces. Dogs aged 6 12 months old resulted infected with 58.1% by T. canis with high parasitic burden at an average of 800 e/ g / feces. Dogs over 12 months of age resulted in a less infestion rate by T. canis (22.1%) at an average of 697 e / g / feces.
Fresh vegetables in India published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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GOVIND KUMAR This paper focuses on production, export and marketing of vegetables in India. Consumer preferences have also shifted away from cereals and moved towards high-value agricultural produce like vegetables. The vegetable production in India has touched a new height in recent years. India has occupied second position in production of vegetables after China. During the study, it was found that India produced vegetables in huge amount during 2010-11 in comparison to previous year i.e. 2009-10. India export vegetables mainly to Asian countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Philippines etc. and to the European countries. Marketing of vegetables in India is the traditional phenomenon and the various channels support in marketing of vegetables and these channels are playing crucial roll today. India is suffering with some basic constraints and it comes in production and marketing of vegetables.
Transient Hypoparathyroidism in Diabetic Ketoacidosis published in

Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

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Wenhui Zhao*, Haiqing Zhu, Zhiqiang Cheng, Bo Zhang, Xiaoyan Xing Introduction: Diabetic ketoacidosispatients frequently develop a constellation of electrolyte disorders. These patientsare markedly potassium-, magnesium- and phosphate-depleted, but hypocalcemia due to transient hypoparathyroidism was seldom reported previously. Methods: We describe the clinical history, physical examination findings and laboratory values of the patient and briefly review the relevant literature. Result: A 43-year-old man with a history of diabetes mellitus presented with vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue for 2 days and his laboratory tests showed high serum glucose and diabetic ketoacidosis. CT scan of the abdomen showed no abnormity. Intravenous fluid resuscitation and continuous insulin infusion was initiated. Omeprazole was started for possible upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage. Hypocalcemia, hypophosphatemia, relative hypomagnesemia and transient hypoparathyroidism occurred in the recovering process of diabetic ketoacidosis. There was neither tetany nor spasmin this patient. Two days after the cessation of omeprazole, his serum total calcium, serum phosphateand PTH all returned to normal range. Conclusion: Physicians should alert transient hypoparathyroidism in diabetic ketoacidosis patients, especially those treated with proton pump inhibitors.
The factors accountable for professionalism in administration of sugar co-operative sector of South Gujarat published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.M. NAIK, B.M. TANDEL AND N.M. CHAUHAN Professionalism is essentially a function of modernization in which co-operatives have to emerge as strong business enterprises so as to emerge triumphant amidst the winds of change in the economy. As they have matured as organizations, there is a corresponding need to infuse adequate doses of professionalism in their functioning. They will have to manage change through scientific behavioural tools and innovations. They will have to discard their old norms of functioning, imbibe a new culture and sharpen their powers of resilience so as to march ahead in this tumultuous era. In this pursuit, professionalism competence of co-operatives should come to the force. In order to assess the amount of contribution (influence) of each independent variable to the dependent variable; the effect of other was held constant. Efroymsons (1962) stated that stepwise regression is one such method which has been widely adopted in multiple regression analysis. Out of all independent variables, the professionalism in management of sugar co-operative sector was affected and predicted by four independent variables, namely, knowledge about principles of co-operation, group motivation, family size and perceived benefits of co-operatives and which had together contributed to 63.58 per cent of the total variation in the perception of professionalism. The findings are suggestive of the fact that the farmers having more knowledge about principles of co-operation, higher group motivation, family size and more perception regarding benefits of co-operatives were found to have more perception of professionalism in management of sugar co-operative sector.
A MICROWAVE ASSISTED ONE POT SYNTHESIS OF TICLOPIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE THROUGH 4,5,6,7 -TETRAHYDRO (3,2-C) THIENO PYRIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. M. V. Ramana* and Rajesh K. Rao The microwave assisted Pictet Spengler reaction of thiophene ethyl amine and formaldehyde afforded 4,5,6,7-tetrahydro (3,2-c) thieno pyridine hydrochloride (I), which was then subjected to alkylation with 2-chloro benzyl chloride under microwave conditions to afford Ticlopidine Hydrochloride, thus making it one-pot, efficient and economical approach.
Some Results on Acyclic Chromatic Number of Mth Power of Paths published in

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P. Shanas Babu, A. V. Chithra In this paper we discuss the graph power of paths, and some of their structural properties are derived. The acyclic chromatic number of Pn m and is derived both analytically and using their adjacency matrices. Also a relation between them is established.
Merger and Acquisitions in the Indian Banking Sector published in

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P. Vasavi The International Banking scenario has shown major changes in the past few years in terms of the Mergers and Acquisitions. Mergers and Acquisition is a useful tool for the growth and expansion in any Industry and the Indian Banking Sector is no exception. It is helpful for the survival of the weak banks by merging into the larger bank. Due to the financial system deregulation, entry of new players and products with advanced technology, globalization of the financial markets, changing customer behaviour, wider services at cheaper rates, shareholder wealth demands etc., have been on rise. This study shows the impact of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Indian Banking sector. For this purpose, a comparison between pre and post merger performance in terms of Operating Profit Margin, Net Profit Margin, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, Earning per Share, Debt Equity Ratio, Dividend Payout Ratio and Market Share Price has been made. In the initial stage, after merging, there may not be a significant improvement due to teething problems but later they may improve upon.
Effects of Drip Fertigation Levels on Yield and Nutrient Uptake of Bushbean (Lablab Purpurium Var. Typical L.) published in

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K. Saileela, D. Raji Reddy, M. Devender Reddy, M. Uma Devi The experiment conducted at Water Technology Centre during rabi -2009-10 .Experiment consisted of four irrigation with three fertigation levels. Results revealed drip irrigation scheduling irrigation at 100 % Epan realized higher green pod yield (3556 kg ha-1) which was 9.5% and 22% higher than the irrigation scheduling at 80% and 60% Epan,. However, the increase in the yield with 100 kg ha-1 N and K was to the tune of 14 and 21 % than application of 50 kg N + 50 kg K2O ha-1 and no fertilizer application, respectively .Total nutrient uptake of N,P and K was higher with drip irrigation scheduling at 100% E pan when compared to other irrigation levels. However, application of optimum dose of fertilizers 100: 100 kg ha-1 N and K through drip resulted in maximum uptake of nutrients at all the stages at 30,60 and 90 DAS compare to other fertigation levels
OSMANLIDA KULLANILAN VİLÂYET TABİRİ ÜZERİNE published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

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Iasha BEKADZE Osmanlı taşra teşkilatının, en küçük birimden en büyüğe doğru, köy, nahiye, kaza, sancak ve eyalet (vilayet / beylerbeylik) şeklinde kurulduğu bilinmektedir. Bu örgütlenmede birleşmek kaydıyla köyler nahiyeleri, nahiyeler kazaları, kazalar sancakları, sancaklar da eyaletleri (vilayet / beylerbeylik) teşkil etmekteydi. 624 yıl ayakta kalmış Osmanlı Devleti’nin idarî yapısı iç ve dış şartlara göre zaman zaman değişmiştir. “Vilâyet” tabirinin bu süreçte değişik idarî birimleri ifade ettiği şu üç dönemde görülmektedir: 1. Beylerbeylik Sistemi Dönemi- 1326 - 1591 arası; 2. Eyâlet Sistemi Dönemi- 1591 - 1864 arası; 3. Vilâyet Sistemi Dönemi- 1864-1922 arası. 624 yıllık uzun bir zamanda “vilâyet” tabirinin, “kasaba”, “nahiye”, “kaza”, “sancak”, “kale”, “şehir”, “ülke”, “baba yurdu”, “eyâlet” ve “il, vilâyet” anlamlarında kullanıldığı görülmüştür. Bu incelemede, ilk defa olarak “vilâyet” tabirinin değişik ve farklı anlamlarda kullanılmasını üç dönem olarak delirlemeye çalıştık.
A Study of Moral Judgement of Ninth Standard Students With Gender, Management and Region published in

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Dr. S. S. Moses Isaiah Morality, which consists of certain dos and donts, depends on the existence of a large area of agreement in respect of moral principles or rules in conformity with customs or usual popular standards of morality. The main objective of the present study is to study the influence of gender, management and regionon the moral judgement of ninth standard students. Moral judgementquestionnaire developed by Srinivasa Rao, R., Dayakara Reddy, V and Geethanath, P. S (1987) was adopted. A sample of 900Ninth standard students representing all categories of schools in selected Districts of Andhra Pradesh by following the standardized procedures. Factorial design was employed for analysis of the data. There is significant influence of Management, Region, Gender Vs Management, and Management Vs Region at 0.01 level and Gender Vs Region at 0.05 level of significance on the moral judgement of ninth standard students.
UV protection ability of silver coated coir fabric by magnetron sputtering published in

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

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Prof. Shahid M. Butt These are the most advanced approaches in areas of marketing research where its results are proved numerically. Almost thirty years ago, the subject of Economics was purely theoreticallybased but now, no one can think about it without involving higher mathematics. Similarly, at present, consumer research needs mathematical approaches to prove its results. Using the knowledge of advanced applied mathematics, various explanations in marketing research are possible in an easy and understandable manner which, otherwise, becomes a matter of conflict of interests. Mathematically, we can always convert our discussions to a numerical value or values and hence, it becomes easier to have a logical conclusion(s) by doing its interpretation. TCR for personal well-being is an academic marketing research defined as a function of research focused on the consumer of a particular segment of society with all of their problems and resources for their well-being. On the other hand, this research can be expanded in multiple directions depending upon parameters of consumers and society. The numerical approach in this research process is used to observe the dynamics of consumer behaviour in the area of transformative consumer research of any region around the globe. The pattern of the specific region will help in contouring the large diversity of consumer behaviour, thus, enabling an easy and understandable formation of mathematical models (here equations, polynomials, differential calculus, and integral calculus etc). [7] The focus is on finding the subsets of large interacting forces relative to social values. The recognition of such subsets is the fundamental step in designing the desired models in TCR This article outlines, in a very technical way, a specific proof in research which is appropriate to understand the proposed solutions in TCR for a specific segment of society (it is also termed as Singled-valued TCR or STCR) and to obtain the new alternative solutions with available boundary values like brand loyalty, quality, or purchasing power of a consumer, social constraints in context with some specific brand of a product. Keywords: Mathematics, Consumer research, Wellbeing, Numerical approach.
EUDAIMONIA E O PROBLEMA DAS AES VIRTUOSAS EM ARISTTELES published in

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Thas Cristina Alves Costa From a critical analysis of the Aristotles concept of eudaimonia, we aim to understand what is the end to which all our actions tend and how we can achieve it. For this, shall be used as a thread of this research the analysis of the work Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle, outlining the elements that permeate the problem of virtuous action, such as the concept of virtue, happiness and soul.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF POLYMERIC MICELLE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM OF CELECOXIB TO IMPROVE THE ORAL ABSORPTION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Anayatollah Salimi*1, Behzad Sharif Makhmal Zadeh1, Najme Mahmoudabadi1 Purpose: The aim of this study was to formulate polymeric micelle systemcontaining a lipophilic drug, celecoxib, and to explore the potential of carriers for such system. Methods: Full factorial design with three variables; drug percentage, type of surfactant mixture and co surfactant amount in two levels were used. The effects of variables on formulation characters; particle size, drug release and permeability from rat intestine were evaluated. Results: All formulations with particle size between 7.63 to 97.66 nm significantly increased celecoxib aqueous solubility that this effect is dependent to surfactant mixture. The results showed oleic acid as oil, labrafil -labrasol and Poloxamer - propylene glycol as surfactant mixtures, Capryol 90 as co-surfactant and lecithin as oily phase and membrane stabilizer agent prepared stable micellar formulations with sustained release property. Percent of drug release after 24 hrs. (% DR24) was between 11.95 to 46.82. All polymeric micelle formulations increased drug permeated through rat intestine. Maximum increase in p4 was 39.12 times compared to control. The result shows that drug percent and co surfactant amounthave a significant relationshipwith % P4. (p?0.05). All drug formulations containing 3% of drug, as compared to formulations containing 1% have a higher rate of gastrointestinal absorption. Conclusion: All formulations indicated sustained release profiles. Drug permeability through rat intestine was controlled by percent of drug and co surfactant amount in formulations so that higher permeability resulted with higher drug percent and lower co surfactant amount. This finding may be suggested un saturated intestine absorption of celecoxib.
Foreign Direct Investment In Service Sector & Economic Development published in

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Dr.Pallavi. S. Kusugal,Dr. Nagaraja.S The services sector with an around 57 % contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP), has made rapid growth in the last few years and emerged as the largest and fastest-growing sector of the economy. The growth of the services sector is closely linked to FDI inflows into this sector and the role of transnational firms. In the context of FDI, the uncertainty in classifying the different activities under the services sector continues. However, the combined FDI share of financial and non-financial services, construction development, tele-communications, computer hardware and software, and hotels and tourism can be taken as a rough estimate of the FDI share of services, though it could include some non-service elements. The Service sector has been witnessed most growing sector and most attracting by FDI. This shows that FDI in service sector improves the Economy. Hence, here this paper has been made an attempt to study the FDI in Service sector and Economic Development of India.
INFORMATION THEORY OF CIVILIZATION (SYNTHESIS OF MACROHISTORICAL PARADIGMS) published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Nikolaevich Mamaev The monograph deals with the largest theme through a relationship between two scientific approaches (paradigms) - civilizational and stage-formational. Dialectical (not contradicting synergy) model was obtained through considering society as an object-system of nature. Formulas of production and the market process were represented for each stage. The basic property of information was defined and historical model was built, which can consider future as well.
Application of Grade Ii Braille Among Visually Impaired Students Studying in Inclusive School published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. G. Victoria Naomi, Ms. V. Vimala Braille is the internationally recognized reading and writing system for the blind and partially sighted people. Braille is not a language, it is another way to read and write a language. Grade I Braille is typically used only by those who are new to learning the Grades of Braille. In Grade II Braille, a cell can represent a shortened form of a word. Many cell combinations have been created to represent common words. There are part-word contractions, in which a single cell represents an entire commonly, used word. For reducing space and increasing reading speed Grade II Braille should be used. Hence the study was conducted with the objectives of identifying English Braille readers in the inclusive schools and comparing the mean reading speed before and after introduction of Grade II Braille. Among the 35 students identified, only 10 students were reading English Braille. After two months intensive intervention, the students learnt the Grade II Braille and improved their reading speed and reduced their reading errors.
Molecular and Clinical Study of Caseaous Bronchopneumonia in Broilers published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Zaid Yaseen Ibrahim, Balqees Hassan Ali, Nahla Mohammed Saeed, Peshnyar Muhammad Atta Rashid The industrialization of poultry production and the application of intensive rearing systems have boosted the incidences and importance of respiratory diseases. Information regarding avian respiratory diseases has become more urgent as they are responsible for increasingly severe economic losses. In the present study, 50 cases showing caseaous bronchopneumonia were tested for the presence of four respiratory pathogens. Test results showed that of the test group 56% were positive for infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), 14% were positive for both IBV and Newcastle Disease Virus (NDV) , 8% were positive for NDV, 8% were positive for Avian Influenza Virus (AIV), 2% were positive for mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) and 2% were positive for both IBV and MG. Additionally, 10% were found negative to all four tested pathogens. Our data shows that IBV and NDV contribute to 78% of infections, either mixed or alone. Furthermore, the clinical finding of caseaous bronchopneumonia cannot be depended on in the diagnosis of respiratory diseases as multiple diseases share the same finding.
Political-Corruption: Current Trend in Indian Politics published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Pushpa Rani Presence of the political corruption on a large scale is an important problem for the Indian parliamentary Democracy. Bank scam,Hawala scam, sugar scam, fertiliser scam ,house scam ,fodder scam, commission in defence deals,scam in the distribution of petrol pumps and gas agencies ,Tehalka episode, coffin scametc. Are examples of widespread political corruption in india.Political parties get huge amounts of money from industrial and business enterprises.firstly ,it is often black money and this money becomes a cause of disturbing factors in the countrys economy.Secondly the enterprises proving financial aid to politicians do get wrong benefits from politicians.besides, persons holding political offices misuse their power for their personal benefits and as a result corruption spread in public life.corruption is abundance in every sphere of administration and it is this corruption that is eating the Indian democracy like termite from within.if adequate and strong steps are not taken immediately to slove problem of political corruption the sped of the decline of the Indian democracy will be accelerated day by day
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.
Results of Proximal Femoral Nailing in Ipsilateral Fractures of Neck and Shaft of Femur- A Prospective Study of Fourteen Cases. published in

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Dr. Bikash Jyoti Bordoloi, Dr. Sukalyan Dey Background: Concurrent ipsilateral fractures of neck and shaft of femur is an infrequently encountered combination. Amongst many treatment modalities, we studied the outcome of Proximal Femoral Nailing in such cases. Materials & Methods: Fourteen consecutive cases of simultaneous fractures of neck and shaft of the same femur were operated with long PFN and followed up for 18 months. Results: Patients included mainly young active males suffering high velocity trauma. Average operating time was 86 minutes. Average union time was 12 weeks for the neck and 23 weeks for shaft fracture. Good outcome was achieved in 71.4% and fair in 28.6% as per Freidman & Wyman criteria. Complications included: delayed union (n=1) knee stiffness (n=1), coxa vara (n=1), shortening (n=1). Conclusion: Closed nailing with proximal femoral nail is the treatment of choice for simultaneous fractures of neck and shaft of the same femur, promising a good overall outcome.
OPTIMAL MANAGEMENT FOR WATERS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Bensalem, A. Oudai, A. El-maouhab and A. Bouhentala The hydropower management along a short-term planning horizon is a determinist problem, which consists in determining the amount of water to be discharged from each reservoir of the system over the defined planning horizon so that to meet the hourly load demand assigned previously. The prime objective here is to perform the operating policy with the lowest use of water; which is achieved by avoiding spilling and by maximizing the hydroelectric generation, besides satisfying all operating constraints. The maximization of electrical power production is achieved by maximizing the heads. Consequently, this allows maximizing the reservoirs content. To solve to the deterministic hydropower management problem, we use the discrete maximum principle. While solving the equations relating to the discrete maximum principle, we use the gradient method. However, to treat equality constraints we use Lagranges multiplier method. To treat the inequalities constraints we use the augmented Lagrangian method. The developed algorithm gives a satisfactory solution for the problem and turns out to be very efficient.
Preliminary Phytochemical Screening of Lantana camara Linn published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Richa Sharma1, Rashmi Shrivastava,1 Jyotsna Mishra,2 and Sunil Dubey2 Lantana camara is a significant weed which is a low erect or subscandent, vigorous shrub with stout recurved prickles and a strong odour of black currents. The plant is spread widely in all over Madhya Pradesh state of India. Successive extracts from the whole plants of Lantana camara Linn (Verbanaceae) were used for their phytochemical screening. Hence, the present study describes the preliminary phytochemical screening and percentage yields of the various extracts like methanol, petroleum ether, chloroform and distilled water isolated from the whole plant of Lantana camara Linn.
Comparative analysis of different Edge detection techniques for biomedical images using MATLAB published in

Engineering and Scientific International Journal

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

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
P. Raja Sekara Pandian, Mr. M. Krishnamurthy? The dynamic regenerative comparators are used in analog to digital converters to reduce the power consumption, area and to increase the speed so it is necessary to design low power dynamic comparator for designing low power ADC. In this project, an analysis on the delay of the dynamic comparators is presented. From the analysis, an intuition about the main contributors to the comparator delay and the tradeoffs in dynamic comparator design are found. Based on that analysis, a new dynamic comparator is proposed, where the circuit of an existing double tail comparator is modified for low-power and fast operation even in small supply voltages. Without complicating the design and by adding few transistors, the positive feedback during the regeneration is strengthened, which results in remarkably reduced delay time. Post-layout simulation results in a 0.18-?m CMOS technology confirm the analysis results. It is shown that in the proposed dynamic comparator both the power consumption and delay time are significantly reduced.
Factors That Make Elementary Pupils Happy published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kiessoun Konat1, 2*, Kassi Yomalan3, Oksana Sytar4, Marian Brestic5 The present study was conducted to evaluate the hepato and nephroprotective effects of polyphenol-rich fractions from Trichilia emetica in rodents. Animals received by gavage 75, 100 and 200 mg/kg body weight of fraction daily for a period of 28 days. Control groups received alcohol 35% and water. In vivo administration of 35% ethanol for a period of 28 days in rats showed an activity of liver marker enzymes (AST, ALT, ALP and GGT), triglycerides, total cholesterol, total bilirubin and direct bilirubin and nephrotoxicity biomarkers (total proteins, serum albumin, urea, uric acid and creatinine) in serum compared with rats which received water (control water). However, administration of 35% ethanol along with bioactive fraction decreased the activities of liver and kidneys biomarkers enzyme in serum (p<0.05 or p<0.01) comparatively to the control water groups. This study revealed that Trichilia emetica presents hepato and nephroprotective potentials and this plant could be exploited in the treatment of liver and kidneys diseases.
Cell Proliferation Study in Canine Mammary Carcinomas published in

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?opuszy?ski W1*, Hellmn E2* Prognosis of postsurgical behaviour of mammary carcinomas in dogs is difficult using a routine histopathological examination alone. The aim of the present study was an assessment of prognostic value of proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) and Ki-67 antigen expression in canine mammary carcinomas. Expression was evaluated with computer assisted microscopic image analysis in surgically removed, formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue samples by means of immunohistochemistry. The growth fraction parameters were compared with previously described data of flow cytometric DNA analysis as well as with clinical outcome based on 24-month long postoperative observation and careful postmortem examinations. In the group of dogs which died or were euthanatized due to metastases the mean Ki-67 index value was significantly higher in comparison to the group of animals which survived the observation period without malignant process progression. Such a relation was not observed for PCNA. Both Ki-67 and PCNA index values were significantly higher in the group of dogs with neoplasms that had increased levels of cells in the S-phase. The presence of a significant correlation between the Ki-67 antigen index and the clinical course after the operation, calculated using the t-student test, with the lack of such correlation in variance analysis test suggests that it should be treated only as a prognostic marker helper. The heterogenity of staining of the cell nuclei and the lack of correlations with the clinical course in case of PCNA seems to disqualify it as a prognostic factor.
EFFECT OF U.S DOLLAR RATE SHOCKS ON TSE MAIN INDICES REACTION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
MAHDI SHARIFIFAR; MOHSEN GHOBADI; Hossein Ostadi Evidence is presented that a change in the value of the Rial does not have a significant immediate nor lagged impact on the Iranian stock market as a whole. Using abnormal rates of return, Automobiles is the only industrial sector for which a two-year lagged relationship is confirmed. Overall, the falling Rial or the mighty Rial did not hurt the Iranian economy over the 2004-2014 period; it actually improved the stock market performance of several specific industries.
Ferramenta para identificao do valor e da disposio de compra dos consumidores de produtos ecolgicos published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Geysler Rogis Flor Bertolini, Loreni Teresinha Brandalise, Claudio Antnio Rojo & lvaro Guillermo Rojas Lezana The value to consumers of environmental issues is an important factor for decision-making organizations. This article aims to present a tool that can identify the value and the willingness of consumers to purchase environmentally friendly products. It is an exploratory research, with an interrogative model. The proposed tool consists of two steps; the first is to check the value and purchasing preference of consumers towards environmentally friendly products. The second step is the simulation of supply environmentally friendly product to consumers. Based on the results, showing whether or not consumers will buy the product eco-organizations will obtain relevant information for decision making. Keywords: Value; Purchase; Price; Environmentally friendly products.
Effectiveness and functional outcome of Platelet Rich Plasma for Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) published in

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Dr. Navin Dhanji Gagal , Dr. Ketankumar L. Gandhi, Dr. Sanjay N. Patil Background: Lateral epicondylitis is a common manifestation also known as Tennis elbow. Various modes of treatments are available for tennis elbow. Studies have suggested the use of PRP (platelet rich plasma) as a safe and effective therapy for tennis elbow. The Purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of Platelet Rich Plasma in patients with chronic Lateral Epicondylitis. Material and methods: The study was an interventional study of 64 cases with chronic Lateral Epicondylitis. Mean age of patients was 40 years. Dominant Hand was most commonly involved. PRP was prepared from autologous venous whole blood. All patients had at least 3 months of symptoms and failed conventional therapy (Bracing, medicine) and were followed for a period of 2 years. An analysis of result with regards to pain (VAS score) and daily activity was done. Results: Right elbow was more predominantly affected in our sample, which was also the dominant side. The analysis revealed a significant and continuous improvement in pain and all the measured parameters.Success was defined as reduction of pain (VAS) without re-intervention after a follow up of 1 year. 48 out of 64 patients (75%) had complete pain relief. 9(14.06%) out of 64 patients were lost to follow up. 7 (10.93%) out of 64 patient did not have relief and had to be Re-Intervened with PRP injection. There was progressive improvement with no complications. Conclusion: Treatment of patients with chronic Lateral Epicondylitis with PRP reduces pain and significantly increases function, even after a follow up of 2 years. Local injection of autologous PRP proved to be a promising form of therapy for Tennis Elbow. It is both safe and effective in relieving pain and improving function.
A comparative study of caffeinated beverages; tea and energy drink consumption on attention span of healthy male and female subjects published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Kiran Zafar1, Arfa Naeem1 and Faizan Mirza1,2 Tea is the most widely consumed beverage after water around the globe with consumer-base of both young and old, while energy drinks are popular primarily among young adults. Among the different varieties available black tea is the most commonly used and contains L-Theanine, theobromine, theophylline and the highest amount of caffeine. Energy drinks on the other hand contain taurine, herbs, B vitamins and stimulant drugs chiefly caffeine. The purpose of the study conducted was to evaluate the effect of regular tea and energy drinks on attention. A survey was conducted and subjects were given a task that was designed to test the above mentioned parameter and time taken to solve each part of the task was accurately noted. Results of the energy drink group and the tea group were compared to the control group. Gender based differences were also analyzed. Our results lead us to conclude that the most widely taken beverages enhance attention in both genders, with women outperforming men.
Anticipation of Forged Video Evidence using Machine Learning published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G. Abinaya | K. Sridevi Nattar | Dr. Rajini Girinath To detect audio manipulation in a pre recorded evidence videos by developing a synchronization verification algorithm to match the lip movements along with its audio pitch values. Audio video recognition has been considered as a key for speech recognition tasks when the audio is sullied, as well as visual recognition method used for speaker authentication in multispeaker scenarios. The primary aim of this paper is to point out the correspondence between the audio and video streams. Acquired audio feature sequences are processed with a Gaussian model. [1].This proposed method achieves parallel processing by effectively examining multiple videos at a time.In this paper, we train the machine by convolutional neural network (CNN) and deep neural network (DNN).CNN architecture maps both the modalities into a depiction space to evaluate the correspondence of audio “visual streams using the learned multimodal features. DNN is used as a discriminative model between the two modalities in order to concurrently distinguish between the correlated and uncorrelated components. The proposed architecture will deploy both spatial and temporal information jointly to effectively discover the correlation between temporal information for different modalities. We train a system by capturing the motion picture. This method achieves relative enhancement over 20% on the equal error rate and 7% on the average precision in comparison to the state of the art method. G. Abinaya | K. Sridevi Nattar | Dr. Rajini Girinath"Anticipation of Forged Video Evidence using Machine Learning" 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/ijtsrd11357.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/11357/anticipation-of-forged-video-evidence-using-machine-learning/g-abinaya
A Capacidade de Absoro do Conhecimento e a Comunicao com o Ambiente Externo: Uma Anlise em Empresas de Palmas/TO published in

Revista Observatorio

Published by Dr. Francisco Gilson Rebou?as Porto Junior
Suzana Gilioli Nunes The main objective of this research was to evaluate the absorption capacity of organizational knowledge, having as one of its dimensions communication with the external environment. One quantitative study with a hundred companies belonging to the trade and service sectors has been developed, located in the city of Palmas, TO. The questionnaire involved the use of a range of absorption capacity of the knowledge developed by Matusik and Heeley (2005). The authors estimate that the absorption capacity is made up of multiple dimensions: 1) the company's relationship with its external environment, 2) the structure, routines of knowledge, and the main group of value creation and, 3) absorption of individual skills . The results showed that the surveyed enterprises had a high degree of dominance relationship with the environment.
Does Tree -Free Paper Can Make A Greener World? A Contemporary Study published in

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Thiyagaraj. V. , Treeless paper is a reality.Treeless paper is just one solution that will help people reduce their carbon footprint. Green 100% Treeless Paper Products in India are made from sugar cane husk and bamboo grasses both renewable resources. No trees were harmed while making these products.Treeless paper Greenpaper products are competitively priced.Treeless paper Greenpaper products are whitened with Hydrogen Peroxide a safe and natural alternative to bleach.Bamboo grass is another renewable resource that can be harvested for the production of treeless paper.Treeless paper products are 100% Treeless and made from sugar cane husk and bamboo grass two environmentally sustainable recycled resources.The most urgent being the deforestation of our natural resources.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF HERBAL EXTRACTS AND ANTIBIOTICS ON ENTERIC PATHOGENS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bansode D.S.* and Chavan M.D. the present study antimicrobial activity of crude Curry (Murraya Koenigi) leaves extract observed in comparison with Standard antibiotics Cholistin, Erythromycein, Ciprofloxin, Methicillin, Ampicillin and Cephalosporin. In this study, the antimicrobial efficacy of crude Curry leaves extract was examined and tested against following bacterial cultures those were Salmonella typhi (4 strains), Shigella dysenteriae (7 strains), Shigella flexinary (6 strains), E.coli (4 strains), Enterobactor spp. (4 strains) and Salmonella paratyphi B (7 strains). Antimicrobial analysis was done by using agar well diffusion method against selected enteric pathogens. Curry leaves extract showed highest antimicrobial activity against Salmonella typhi strain I (ZOI- 16mm), Shigella dysenteriae strain VI (ZOI- 19mm), Shigella flexinary strain I (ZOI- 16mm), E.coli strain III (ZOI- 18mm), Enterobactor spp. strain IV (ZOI- 20mm) and Salmonella paratyphi B strain IV (ZOI- 19mm). Salmonella typhi strain IV showed no ZOI with Curry leaves extract but this strain was observed sensitive to antibiotic Ciprofloxin (ZOI- 15mm). Shigella flexinary strain III showed no ZOI with Curry leaves extract but this strain was observed sensitive to antibiotic Ampicillin (ZOI- 11mm). The results suggested that the crude Curry leaves extract has significant antibacterial activity against tested microorganisms as compared to standard antibiotics. The results of this study showed that some pathogenic enteric bacteria were observed resistant to standard antibiotics but they were sensitive to the studied crude Curry leaves extract. The results of the present study also support the medicinal usage of the Curry leaves.
CYTOTOXIC AND ANTIPHYTOFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF THE ESSENTIAL OILS FROM TWO ARTEMISIA SPECIES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nasser A. Awadh Ali*, Martina Wurster, Annika Denkert,Saeed S. Al-Sokari, Ulrike Lindequist, LudgerWessjohann Hydrodistilled essential oils from aerial parts of Artemisia abyssinica Sch.Bip. ex A. Rich, and Artemisia arborescens L. growing in Yemen were screened for their cytotoxic and antiphytofungal properties as well as their chemical compositions. Twenty-seven components were identified in the essential oils and the main components of these species were found to be davanone (42.34%), camphor (22.88%), nerolidol (8.96%), and chamazulene (4.46%), from A. abyssinica oil and artemisia ketone (51.05%), camphor (14.09%), ?-bisabolol (12.56%) and ?-phellandrene (8.69%) from A. arborescens. At concentration of 50 and 25 g/mL, A. arborescens oil showed a strong cytotoxic activity with growth inhibition of 95%(1.6) and 74%(3.8) (IC 50 of 16.91 g/mL) against HT29 tumor cells (Human colonic adenocarcinoma cells), while A. abyssinica oil exhibited at concentration of 100 and 50 g/mL growth inhibition of 71.0% (12.5) and 27.3%(14.4) (IC 50 of 75.42 g/mL) respectively. Bioautographic assay was used to evaluate the antiphytofungal activity of the oils against Cladosporium cucumerinum.
Benefits of Adopting Primary Eye Care Approach Through A Fortnightly Eye Clinic - An Effort of Tertiary Care Hospital, North India. published in

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Dr. Sonia Puri,Dr. Akshay Kumar,Dr.Nancy Gupta,Dr .Mishika Malik,Dr.Abhishek Dhir To ascertain the impact of initiating an eye clinic and provision of eye care services to the study population, a retrospective study was conducted from Mar 2009- April 2011 at Eye clinic of field practice area of Govt Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Chandigarh, India. The study population included patients attending Eye Clinic. A total of 1088 eye patients were examined during the study period. Maximum number of patients were in age group 11-20 yrs, (19.5%; 213). Majority of patients were from urban area, (64.5%; 702). Males (62.5%;680) outnumbered females (37.5%;408). Refractive error (presbyopia/amblyopia)(25.5 %;278) was the most common ocular morbidity followed by cataract 19.3% (210).The place of management of almost all the ocular morbidities was in accordance with WHO guidelines. The major barrier was distance in availing eye care health services by study population. Provision of eye care services at door step increases the access and utilization of services by population.
ANALYSIS OF PERSONNEL BUILDING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalia Skripnik; Sergei Harichkov Annotation: The article analyzes the relations of the subjects of personnel potential of an industrial enterprise (for example, its subdivisions). Fundamentals of system approach to the analysis of industrial relations in the system of human resource capacity These ties are aimed at implementing the concept of sustainable development of the enterprise. An approach to the formation of data communications systems and subsystems of human resource capacity of enterprises using the apparatus set-theoretic analysis, graphs and matrices. He is the creation of an appropriate information base of the expert system of personnel potential, develop the necessary algorithms and specialized databases.
Congenital unilateral lamellar cataract published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

Published by peertechz publications
Mohamed Abdallah Ould Hamed* and Mouzari Yassine Lamellar or zonular cataract is a hereditary cataract that is transmitted in an autosomal dominant mode. The crystalline opacities are located at the level of the primary fibers in the embryonic nucleus. This cataract is usually bilateral and asymmetrical. Sometimes the whole nucleus can be affected causing a signifi cant decrease in visual acuity. We report the case of a 19-year-old patient who was consulting for a decrease in visual acuity. Ophthalmic examination revealed unilateral lamellar cataract.
Effects of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy on Flap Perfusion in a Novel Mouse Model Using Standard Clinical Assessment and Near-Infrared Fluorescence Angiography published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Tushar Ramesh, Lindsay S Moore, Neel Patel, Kiranya Tipirneni, Jason M Warram, Jillian R Richter, Erika M Walsh, Geoffrey P Aaron, Anthony B Morlandt, Brian B Hughley and Eben L Rosenthal* Purpose: Minimizing surgical morbidity after local flap reconstruction is important in the management of cutaneous defects. Controversy exists in current literature regarding the effects of radiation and chemotherapy on flap perfusion. Neoadjuvant treatments can damage the microvasculature of the surgical bed through fibrosis, endothelial cell damage, and reduced cell proliferation, which collectively increase the likelihood of postoperative flap failure. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of neoadjuvant radiation and chemotherapy on skin flap perfusion. Methods: Animals were divided into three groups: control (no treatment, n=4), radiation group (36- Gy administered to dorsal skin, n=4), and chemotherapy group (2 mg/kg IP cisplatin, n=4). Treatments were performed 15 days prior to random-pattern dorsal flap surgery, with a flap length-to-width ratio of 4:1 (4x1cm2). Flap perfusion was assessed via laser-assisted (Luna, Novadaq) indocyanine green dye angiography and standard clinical assessment. Results: Fluorescence imaging was used to quantify flap perfusion as a fraction of healthy skin perfusion. Chemotherapy group flaps had poorer distal end perfusion than radiation or control group flaps (56% vs. 69% and 71%, respectively) on post-operative day (POD) 1. Clinical assessment of flap perfusion by experienced surgeons on POD2 found chemotherapy group fl aps to be least viable. By POD5, 100% of chemotherapy group flaps had experienced complete flap loss as measured by clinical evaluation and perfusion imaging. Conclusion: Flaps receiving neoadjuvant chemotherapy performed worse than those receiving local radiotherapy or no treatment. We demonstrate the detrimental effect of neoadjuvant chemotherapy on fl ap viability in this pre clinical murine model.
Inflammation and neurochemical alterations induced by oral aspartame administration in experimental rats. published in

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Enas Ali Kamel The present study was aimed to investigate the effects of repeated oral administration of aspartame (in a daily acceptable dose 40mg/kg body weight) for 2, 4 and 6 weeks on oxidative stress and inflammation in brain tissue of rats . For this purpose, thirty six healthy adult wistar albino rats were divided into two groups; Group 1 (control group), Group 2 (aspartame group ): consisted of 18 animals were subdivided into three subgroups (6 per each) ; subgroup A, subgroup B and subgroupC, orally administrated aspartame (40mg/kg body weight) daily for 2,4 and 6 weeks ,respectively. Results showed that daily aspartame administration in a dose (40mg/kg body weight daily) for 4 and 6 weeks induced oxidative stress in rat's brain which was indicated by the significant increment in protein carbonyl content in association with significant decrease in reduced glutathione concentration (p<0.05). Also, there was a significant increase in brain interleukin-1 IL-1? (IL-1?) and tumor necrosis factor-? (TNF-?) production which accompanied with a significant decrease in brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BNDF) and serotonin levels in aspartame treated rats for 6 weeks compared to 4 and 2 weeks intervals and their corresponding control rats (p <0.05). Acetyl choline esterase (AchE) activity was significantly decreased which accompanied by a significant increase in acetyl choline (Ach) concentration in brain homogenates in aspartame administrated groups for 4 and 6 weeks. It was concluded that repeated oral administration of aspartame induce neurotoxicity which progress with increasing cumulative doses of aspartame.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF HIGHLY SENSITIVE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY ELECTRO SPRAY IONIZATION DETECTION METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF TOLBUTAMIDE IN RAT PLASMA: APPLICATION TO PHARMACOKINETIC STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kuldeep Sharma*1, N. B. Sridhara Murthy2 A highly sensitive, rapid assay method has been developed and validated for the estimation of tolbutamide in rat plasma with liquid chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry with electro spray ionization in the positive-ion mode. The assay procedure involves extraction of tolbutamide and diphenhydramine (internal standard, IS) from Sprague Dawley rat plasma with single step direct dilution using organic solvent. Chromatographic separation was achieved via an isocratic mobile phase (5 mM ammonium formate with 0.05% formic acid: acetonitrile :: 30:70, v/v) at a flow gradient of 0.4 to 0.7 mL/min on an Atlantis dC18 column (maintained at 40 1C) with a total run time of 3.0 min. The MS/MS ion transitions monitored were 271.0 ? 155.0 for tolbutamide and 256.1 ? 152.2 for IS. Method validation was performed as per recommendations from USFDA guidelines and the results met the acceptance criteria. The lower limit of quantitation achieved was 5 ?g/mL and the linearity range extended from 5 to 600 ng/mL. Method was found to be highly sensitive in terms of detection capability with on column load of 29 pg for tolbutamide. The intra- and inter-day precisions were in the range of 0.41-6.59 and 4.28-5.70, respectively. The proposed method was applied for estimation of tolbutamide plasma concentration levels following oral administration at 400, 800 and 1600 mg/kg of test drug suspension formulation over a time period of 24 hours.
Asset Allocation of Portfolio Management published in

Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management

Published by Scitech Research Organisation
Dr M Moses Antony Rajendran This review article mentioned about introduction of asset allocation, assets allocation models, determination of asset allocation, portfolio management process, policy statement of asset allocation, return objectives and investment constraints, need for a policy statement, constructing a policy statement, preliminaries of financial plan, individual investor life cycle, life cycle investment goals and, conclusion of asset allocation.
Clinical Study of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Delivery published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Prabhakar gawandi, Dr Jadhav C A, Dr M A Shinde AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1) To study the incidence, the efficacy and safety of attempted vaginal birth after previous one cesarean section.2)To study the maternal and perinatal outcome in vaginal birth after previous one cesarean section. Method. All women with previous one cesarean section for non-recurrent indications admitted in labor room of our hospital during the period from November 2011 to August 2013 were studied. RESULT Out of 727 patients 67.26% delivered vaginally and 32.74% required repeat cesarean section due to various reasons. The rate of successful VBAC is significantly more in patients with H/O prior vaginal delivery. There was more no. of patients delivered vaginally when the previous indication was abnormal presentation Rate of cesarean section was more when the previous indication was failed induction Conclusion we concluded that trial of labor after one cesarean section should be undertaken in selected patients in well equipped hospitals. Vaginal delivery is much safer than repeat cesarean section.
INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE AS A WAY TO PEACE BUILDING published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Priti Chaudhari The term interreligious dialogue refers to positive interaction between people of different faith communities. Interreligious dialogue, also referred to as interfaith dialogue, is about people of different faiths coming to a mutual understanding and respect that allows them to live and cooperate with each other in spite of their differences. The term refers to cooperative and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions, (i.e. "faiths") at both the individual and institutional level. Each party remains true to their own beliefs while respecting the right of the other to practice their faith freely. Interfaith dialogue is not just words or talk. It can take place between individuals and communities and on many levels. For example, between neighbors, in schools and in our places of work - it can take place in both formal and informal settings. In Ireland, Muslims and Christians live on the same streets; use the same shops, buses and schools. Normal life means that we come into daily contact with each other. The rise of interreligious dialogue has been made possible by the twofold processes of unprecedented global interaction in the modern age, which has provided abundant opportunity for religious communities and individuals to interact with each other, and a dawning awareness and pragmatic realism of the need to overcome religious conflict often associated with theological imperialism and colonialism. Although interreligious dialogue has been sporadically practiced in localized multi-religious areas such as India and North American cities, the movement on a global scale is rather new. Interreligious dialogue takes many forms, but is essentially a conscious attempt to build bridges of understanding, respect, harmony, and friendship among religious communities. Those involved in dialogue tend to focus on common ground rather than that which divides them to overcome stereotypes and historical grievances.
Data Processing Through Image Processing using Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nadiya Mehraj | Harveen Kour 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. Wavelets play a major role in image compression and image denoising as they support the property of sparsity and multi resolution structure. Wavelet Thresholding is important technique in wavelet domain filtering. Many image filters are found which perform well when the noise conditions are low. But as the noise conditions go on increasing their performance gets degraded. Thus, it is felt that there is sufficient scope to investigate and develop quite efficient but simple algorithms to suppress moderate and high power noise in images. Nadiya Mehraj | Harveen Kour "Data Processing Through Image Processing using Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying" 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/ijtsrd18819.pdf
PRIVILEDGED SYNTHESIS OF PYRAZOLE-[1, 3, 4] THIADIAZOL-[1, 3, 4] OXADIAZOLE-2-THIONE DERIVATIVES published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Juhi Nazaan The titled compound was synthesized by using mixture of oxadiazole-2-thione and substituted 5-phenyl- 1, 3, 4-thiadiazole-2-amine to react with formaldehyde in methanol. And the synthesized compound was screened for their biological activities against microorganism viz. E.coli, B.subtilis, S.aureus, Candida ablicans and Aspergillus niger.
High Frequency Shoot Regeneration for Mass Multiplication of Desmodium Gangeticum (L.) DCAn Important Anticancer, Antidiabetic and Hepatoprotective Endangered Medicinal Plant published in

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Preeti Srivastava, Brahma Deo Singh, Kavindra Nath Tiwari, Gaurava Srivastava Clonal multiplication protocol from in vitro culture of node and leaf explants from 4-week-old seedlings of Desmodium gangeticum (Fabaceae), a valuable, but endangered medicinal plant, was developed. An average of 24.1 shoots/ nodal explant were obtained after 4 weeks of culture initiationon MS medium containing 4.40 ?M of BA; addition of 1.13?M PVP or ascorbic acid had a small promotory effect, while presence of NAA at 1.07, 2.68 or 10.72 ?M tended to suppress shoot regeneration, except in the case of 8.90 ?M BA plus 2.68 ?M NAA, whichyielded 29.1 shoots/explant from 100% of explants. Multiple shoot (26 shoots/culture) regeneration was achieved from 84% of the cultures when callus derived from leaf explant was subcultured on medium supplemented with 28.90 ?M BA and 2.68 ?M NAA.The shoots were rooted by pulse treatment with 492.12 ?M of indole-3-butyric acid for 30 min and then cultured on half-strength MS medium;~ 10 good quality roots/shoots were produced in 98% of shoots. Plantlets were successfully acclimatized and transferred to the field with survival rate of 92%, where they grew normally without any observable morphological variation. This protocol may help long-term conservation and mass propagation for commercial propagation and high biomass production of this valuable medicinal plant.
CFD ANALYSIS OF C - D NOZZLE AT TWO DIVERGENT ANGLES FOR PREDICTION OF MACH NUMBER (M<1, M=1 & M>1) AND FLOW PARAMETERS OF NEWTONIAN FLUID BY USING ANSYS - FLUENT 14.0 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A.V.Ramana Rao , I.Akhil Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows. Compu ters are required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases with surfaces defined by boundary conditions. In this paper , CFD analysis of pressure, velocity (mach number) and temperature of flow for a Convergent - Divergent nozzle of two different dive rged angles (50 & 100) has been performed, because the fluid properties like pressure, velocity, and temperature are dependent on the cross section of the nozzle which affects the flow within the nozzle. A nozzle is a device designed to control the direct ion or characteristics of a fluid flow as it exits or enters. The analysis has been performed according to the diverged angle of the C - D nozzle and kee ping the same input conditions. Our objective is to investigate theoretically what we have studied about sonic (M=1), sub - sonic (M<1) and super - sonic (M>1) and flow parameters, we are proving that by CFD simulation. Initially the 2 - D model of the C - D nozzles is taken in the present research work. The analysis type is 2 - D PLANER. The modeling of the C - D nozzles has been done and later on mesh generation and analysis have been carried out in Ansys - Fluent 14.0 and vario us contours, plots and vectors of pressure, velocity and temperature have been taken and their variation according to different divergent angle nozzles has been studied.
IN VITRO EVALUATION OF FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITIES OF EPIPHYLLUM OXYPETALUM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rucha Dandekar*, Bharti Fegade and V H Bhaskar Objective: The main aim of the study is to determine the free radical scavenging activity of Epiphyllum oxypetalum by in vitro method. Method: DPPH radical scavenging assay and Hydrogen peroxide scavenging assay were the methods used to determine the antioxidant activity Result: The maximum percent inhibition by DPPH radical and Hydrogen peroxide scavenging method was seen at 2000 ?g/ml and 500 ?g/ml concentration in both alcohol and aqueous extract respectively. Conclusion: Epiphyllum oxypetalum exhibits antioxidant activity
Review:Wavelet transform based electroencephalogram methods published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Miss. N. R. Patil | Prof. S. N. Patil In this paper, EEG signals are the signatures of neural activities. There have been many algorithms developed so far for processing EEG signals. The analysis of brain waves plays an important role in diagnosis of different brain disorders. Brain is made up of billions of brain cells called neurons, which use electricity to communicate with each other. The combination of millions of neurons sending signals at once produces an enormous amount of electrical activity in the brain, which can be detected using sensitive medical equipment such as an EEG which measures electrical levels over areas of the scalp. The electroencephalogram (EEG) recording is a useful tool for studying the functional state of the brain and for diagnosing certain disorders. The combination of electrical activity of the brain is commonly called a Brainwave pattern because of its wave-like nature. EEG signals are low voltage signals that are contaminated by various types of noises that are also called as artifacts. Statistical method for removing artifacts from EEG recordings through wavelet transform without considering SNR calculation is proposed Miss. N. R. Patil | Prof. S. N. Patil"Review:Wavelet transform based electroencephalogram methods" 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/ijtsrd11542.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/bio-mechanicaland-biomedical-engineering/11542/reviewwavelet-transform-based-electroencephalogram-methods/miss-n-r-patil
Combination Prophylactic Pharmacotherapy In Refractory Migraine A Study published in

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Dr. Ch. Ramakrishna Rao, Dr. W. Maruthi Introduction. Migraine is the most frequent neurologic disease observed in the clinical practice. This primary headache is associated with an important socioeconomic impact and the World Health Organization recognized the disorder as a major public health problem, by ranking it at 7th place among all worldwide diseases causing ictal disability.Migraine is a paroxysmal disorder with a natural fluctuation between a low and a high frequency pattern in part influenced by modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors. Increased attack frequency can lead to the so-called refractory migraine, which then becomes less responsive to acute as well as prophylactic migraine medications. Despite substantial advances in migraine therapy, some individuals with migraine are refractory to guidelinebased treatment. However until a well-accepted definition is formulated, evidence-based treatment recommendations for refractory migraine cannot be generated.MaterialsandMethods. In this study, initially, an attempt is made to identify patient populations attending the outpatient department of Neurology, Government General Hospital, Vijayawada between the period of March, 2008 and May, 2015, those may be appropriate to consider for combination preventative therapy. Four classes of drugs are available in the outpatient department and these are ?-blockers, (propranolol), calcium channel blockers (flunarazine), antidepressants (amitryptiline) and antiepileptics (sodium valproate). A total of 3,465 subjects were treated for migraine during the period. Out of these, 2874 were women and 591 were men constituting 83% women and 17% men respectively.Results. The results indicate that about 43% of women subjects and about 56% of men subjects are benefited from combination preventive drug therapy for refractory migraine.Discussion. Migraine is a paroxysmal disorder with a natural fluctuation between a low and a high frequency pattern.Till date, there is ample data to suggest that effective acute treatment of migraine is associated with improved responses and decreased disability. But, the potential disease-modifying effects of migraine preventives have not been studied extensively. The success of a physician, or to say, the neurophysician lies in meeting the demands of this subpopulation of the refractory migraineurs. Data guiding duration of preventive therapy are limited. Based on the studies it is suggested that preventative therapy be continued for at least one year.Conclusions. Although it is unknown if migraine preventative therapy confers disease modification, preventive therapy is frequently associated with pain relief and reduction in disability. Limited data and clinical experience suggest that combination therapy should be considered in migraineurs who present with disability and a history of repetitive failed preventive regimens (monotherapies) in the past.
MEWUJUDKAN KEPASTIAN HUKUM, KEADILAN DAN KEMANFAATAN DALAM PUTUSAN HAKIM DI PERADILAN PERDATA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Fence M. Wantu Courts verdicts issued by the judge ideally contain aspects of legal certainty, justice, and utility. It is not easy though to synergize the three aspects aforementioned. Between aspects of legal certainty and justice, in particular, there are always disagreements. The research results conclude that a judge does not have to stick on one principle whenever examining and deciding a case. In terms of obstacles, the judge is facing a deadlock whenever written stipulations cannot answer the problems arose. The emphasis on justice principle means that the judge should take into consideration the law, which exists in the society, including customs and unwritten laws. The judge in his argument and legal consideration must be able to accommodate any stipulations exist in the society, both customs and unwritten law. The emphasis on utility principle tends to direct to an economic nuance circumstance. It bases its thought on the idea that law is for human beings or public. Key words: legal certainty, justice, utility, civil justice
[A Contribution to the Theory of Economic Growth] Ekonomik Byme Teorisine Katk? published in

Journal of Economics and Political Economy

Published by Bilal KARGI (Economics Ph.D.)
Robert M. SOLOW Tm teori, tamamen do?ru olmayan varsay?mlara ba?l?d?r. Teoriyi olu?turan da budur. Ba?ar?l? bir kuramsalla?t?rma sanat?n?n amac?, en son sonular?n fazla hassas olmamas? gibi beklenen bir sadele?tirilmi? varsay?mlar yapmakt?r. Kritik varsay?m, hassasiyetle ba?l? sonular?n yapt?klar?ndan birisi ve kritik varsay?mlar?n makul surette uygun olmas? a?s?ndan nem ta??maktad?r. zellikle teorik sonular, belirli bir kritik varsay?m?ndan gelen ak?? gibi grnmektedir. yleyse varsay?mlar kesin de?ilse, sonular sak?ncal?d?r. Harrod-Domar ekonomik byme modelinin do?ru olmas? gibi bir ?eyi savunmak isterdim. Harrod-Domar d?nce biriminin karakteristik ve etkili sonucu, uzun dnem bile olsa ekonomik sistem, b?ak s?rt? denge noktas?nda en iyi ?ekilde dengelidir. Tasarruf oran?, sermaye hs?la oran?, i?gc art?? oran? nemli parametrelerin byklkleriydi. Sabit noktadan ok dzgn bir ?ekilde kaymas? iin, neticede, ya byyen i?sizlik ya da uzam?? enflasyon olurdu. Harrod terimlerinde, kritik denge meselesi, teknolojik de?i?im eksikli?indeki i?gc art???na ba?l?, tabii byme oran? ve ev ve firmalar?n tasarruf-yat?r?m al??kanl?klar?na ba?l? gerekli byme oran? aras?ndaki rekabetten ibarettir
Developement and Experimental Test for Aqua Silencer for air Pollution Control for Diesel Engine published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Balkrishna S. Patel, Ankitpatel, Sajan Patel, Bhavik Patel, Akshit Patel Air pollution is most important from the public health point of view and Its contribute heavily to contamination of our environment so it is imperative that serious attempts should be made to conserve earths environment from degradation. An Aqua silencer is mainly dealing with control of emission and noise.An aqua silencer is fitted to the exhaust pipe of engine. Sound produced under water is less hear able than it produced in atmosphere. This mainly because of small sprockets in water molecules, which lowers its amplitude thus, lowers the sound level. Because of this property water is used in this silencer and hence its name AQUA SILENCER. The noise and smoke level is considerable less than the conventional silencer, it is cheaper, no need of catalytic converter and easy to install.
Managing Health care wastes Waste in India: The Genuine Challenge. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mr. Prashant B. Kadam, Mr. Pradip Jadhav The present review article deals with the basic issues as definition, categories, problems relating to biomedical waste and procedure of handling and disposal method of Biomedical Waste Management. It also intends to create awareness amongst the personnel involved in health care unit.Improper management of health care wastes is a public concern because of risks of infection, injury, and other health hazards. Poor health care waste management is also a reflection of broader management deficiencies in health care facilities. Public awareness about the dangers of careless disposal, and the introduction of regulatory measures for managing these wastes, are both relatively new in India.
Investigation of Barriers to Access Hepatitis B Testing among Secondary School Students after a Peer Education Study in Jos, Nigeria published in

Texila International Journal of Public Health

Published by Texila American University
Mary Mathew, Sonika Raj, Femi Rufus Tinuola A high average prevalence rate of 11-13.7% % for viral hepatitis B exists in Nigeria. This study examined the barriers to access hepatitis B virus (HBV) testing among senior secondary school students in six public day secondary schools located in Jos South Local Government Area, Plateau state. It also related the beliefs held on HBV in relation to barriers for access to HBV testing following the impact of a peer education intervention. A quasi-experimental study was carried out on six hundred students selected by a multistage sampling technique. A pre-tested formal self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) was used to collect data pre and twelve weeks post intervention. Chi- square and students t-test was done to compare intervention and control groups on outcome variables. Results showed the age distribution of the respondents was 10-24 years with majority of respondents (86.7%) in the age group 15-19 years. The most frequent reason got as a barrier for accessing HBV test was ‘I did not know a HBV test was available’. This was related to the belief that ‘parents were keen to agree’ for the student to have a hepatitis B test done as shown by the chi-square test performed post intervention between intervention and control group using chi-square test was found. There was no significant difference in the belief by students: I have not done a HBV test. However, the students tested for HBV were only from the intervention group showing access to HBV testing was enhanced by its direct availability in the intervention schools. This is in line with the barrier by students that they did not have availability of HBV test. A prevalence rate of 9.1% was found on HBV testing among the students. Keywords: Hepatitis B testing, secondary school, student, barrier, access, prevalence.
Literature Review on Stay Off Stealers (SOS) Home Security System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Harshal Bhagwat | Kaustubh Akhade Now a days people are going through many problems related to security of systems, so security is the most important thing nowadays. In this paper, we try to mention all study related to the security system, basically the system which related to the door lock and main entrance of buildings, which is helpful to prevent an issue like robbery. In past years, the research is gone on different door lock security systems like systems which provide indications of the buzzer. Due to the modern technology, some door lock security systems are based on Arduino, raspberry, the microcontroller also with subcomponent like GPS, GSM, RFID, face scanning, biometric scanning etc. each component is defined with their positive and negative points. In most of systems, SMS technique is used for communication to the system will become cost-effective, more reliable and it will take less time to deliver the message. As security having a big issue nowadays, the security monitoring systems today need to make use of the latest technology. In some papers, the authors have presented door lock security monitoring system based on embedded and Zigbee and sometimes the lock is protected by automatic password hence it could not easily hack by hackers. Also, the raised security systems are available based on Android platform, wireless techniques, and embedded systems. A lot of modification takes places in various Door lock security from the last few years, in next coming years, many changes will take place. Harshal Bhagwat | Kaustubh Akhade"Literature Review on Stay Off Stealers (SOS) Home Security System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5742.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/5742/literature-review-on-stay-off-stealers-sos-home-security-system/harshal-bhagwat
Influence of organic and inorganic fertilizers on growth and tuber yield of coleus (Coleus forskohlii Briq.) under northern dry zone of Karnataka published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SADASHIV NADUKERI*, K.N. KATTIMANI AND SHASHIKALA S. KOLAKAR Coleus (Coleus forskohlii Briq.) belonging to the family Lamiaceae is an Indian medicinal plant grown for its tuberous roots. It is used against hypertension, glaucoma and congestive cardiomyopathy. It needs to be cultivated in large scale. A field experiment was conducted on sandy loam soil under irrigated conditions at the Kittur Rani Channamma College of Horticulture, Arabhavi, Karnataka, India, to study the effect of organic and inorganic fertilizers on growth and yield of coleus. The results of the experiment revealed that application of 75 Per cent RDF (Recommended dose of fertilizer) + 10 t FYM + vermicompost 5 t per hectare produced increased plant height (66.49cm), number of branches per plant (85.95), leaf area index (7.49) at harvest, absolute growth rate (3.394g/plant/day), crop growth rate (0.943g/m2/day) and relative growth rate (0.0460g/g/week) were recorded at 120-160 days after planting. The maximum fresh tuber yield 225.47 and 250.52 g/plant and q/ha, respectively and dry tuber yield 29.53 and 32.81 g/plant and q/ha, respectively.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF NOVEL STEPPED DC LINK QUASI Z SOURCE INVERTER WITH DIFFERENT MODULATION TECHNIQUES published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Meenakshi Thillainayagam, Suthanthira Vanitha Narayanan This paper presents the performance evaluation of Stepped DC link Quasi Z source inverter with different modulation techniques. The proposed stepped DC link quasi Z source inverter integrates the stepped DC link circuit with the Z source inverter to yield multilevel AC voltage. This improves the quality of the output voltage and stepped DC input reduces the inrush current and minimizes the losses. The performance of the inverter varies for different modulation strategy. Hence the performance of the proposed inverter is evaluated with different modulation techniques to identify the effective modulation strategy. The circuit is simulated in MATLAB/Simulink to make a detailed study on the effect of control technique and the results are
PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES IN WOMEN WITH EPILEPSY published in

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Dr.C.Sunitha, Dr. Radha Lakshmi, Dr.M.Sofia Sowjanya Epilepsy is the most serious neurological disorder which requires intensive follow up. This is a prospective study for thirteen months i.e from January 2013 to January 2014 done at Kurnool Medical College and Government General Hospital, Kurnool. The present study is aimed to assess the maternal and fetal outcome in pregnant women with epilepsy.
Comparative Study of Various Vertical Formwork Systems and Preparation of Formwork Selection Model Using Fuzzy Logic published in

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Nikhil Jawanjal, Prof. M S V. Z. Patil Formwork system plays an important role in any construction project. Formwork system consumes large portion of total project cost. In India, selection of formwork is done on the basis of decision of project manager or experienced person. The decision maker may have restricted experience or unaware of new advancements in formwork systems. The probability of suitable selection is very less as the person selecting formwork system may or may not consider all factor in selecting formwork system. Comparison of the systems, considering advantages and limitations of each system is necessary. It needs to integrate all the information into one database. In proposed study of formwork selection, important factors affecting selection of vertical formwork system are found out by conducting questionnaire survey. Calculation of importance index was carried out, to find most important factor affect selection of vertical formwork system. Comparative analysis of different formwork systems was carried out on the basis of selected important factors. On the basis of comparative analysis, knowledge base is prepared. Finally, the knowledge base is automated by using fuzzy logic.
NOXIOUS WEEDS OF DISTRICT RAJOURI JAMMU & KASHMIR, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Amandeep Singh*, 2 L.R. Dangwal The present Study deals with noxious weeds of district Rajouri Jammu & Kashmir, India. The study was based on extensive and intensive field surveys conducted during the period May 2011 March 2014 in 07 blocks of district Rajouri i.e Sunderbani, Budhal, Darhal, Nowshera, Manjakote, Rajouri and Kalokote. During the course of present study 5 sampling sites were randomly selected in each block for field observation and sample collection and interviews were conducted from agriculturists and local inhabitants of each site about noxious weeds and their impacts on agricultural crops, livestock and human beings. A total of 26 noxious weeds belonging to 02 monocot and 12 dicot families were reported from the study area. Out of total 14 angiosperm families of noxious weeds reported from all the sampling sites the predominance was shown by family Asteraceae having 07 noxious weeds followed by family Poaceae having 04 noxious weeds.
Biodegradation of Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons by Novel Organism Sphingomonas Anadarae PP1. published in

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Amruta Kothare, Aditi Ghosh, Prabha Padmanabha Aromatic Hydrocarbons are recalcitrant in nature and are known for their toxicity and oncogenecity. They resist degradation because of the alternating hydrogen bonds present in the hydrocarbon rings. Microorganisms are suitable agents for bioremediation, as they can breakdown complex compounds to non toxic end products. The isolated organism, Sphingomonas anadarae PP1,(GENBANK:KJ794190.1) was isolated from soil collected near petrol pump and could aerobically degrade various aromatic/ polyaromatic hydrocarbons (Aniline,Xylene, Phenol, Benzene, Naphthalene and Anthracene). Due to presence of required enzyme system for the breakdown of PAHs, this organism has potential to be agent for bioremediation of such persistent compounds in the environment.
Recent investigations of few specific heavy metals in water reservoirs of Bhandardara, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India published in

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Deshbhratar Shantaj M | Hile Vijay K | Raut Sonali R | Mahaley Jyotsna A | Singh Ankita J | Mehta Gayatri U Bhandardara dam also known as Wilson dam about 185 km away from Mumbai.is situated in Ahmednagar District, Maharashtra, India 190 53' 75'' N and 730 96' 74'' E. It is the largest earthen dam in the country and amongst the oldest dams in Asia. Wilson Dam or Bhandardara Dam is at Bhandardara with a height of about 150 m. The dam is constructed to provide irrigation and drinking water to Ahmednagar region. Monitoring and Assessment of water has become environmental need due to contamination by mankind. One of the most unfortunate crisis of 21st century is the constraints in the availability of safe and pure drinking water which is the basic resource of our life. Most of the fresh water bodies get contaminated due to heavy metals effluents. The main threats to human health and animal biodiversity from heavy metals are associated with exposure to lead, cadmium, arsenic etc. Present investigations are carried out to analyse certain specific heavy metals required to establish and notify the quality and sustainability for varied purposes. Our observations suggest the presence of certain heavy metals in these water samples with significant concentration of some elements at few sites.
EVALUATION OF PHYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION AND ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF AQUEOUS STEM EXTRACT OF ECLIPTA ALBA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mahanthesh M.C*, Swati MP, Popat SK, Vikram HP, Jadhav SY, J.I.Disouza The present study expose that the anticonvulsant activity of Eclipta Alba (Asteraceae) stem extracts. The anti-convulsant activity of plant extracts was evaluated by using the Maximal Electroshock (MES) induced convulsion technique. The convulsions in experimental animals were induced with Maximal electroshock of 150 mA current for 0.2 sec. Then administration of normal saline, standard drug and stem extracts at respective doses. The stem extract exhibited a significant reduction in various phases of epileptic seizure. The aqueous extracts treated groups showed significant decrease in duration of flexion; clonus and stupor phase of MES induced convulsions. The Eclipta alba possessed significant anticonvulsant activity against MES and PTZ induced convulsions.
ADVANCES IN GASTRORETENTIVE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Prasad Ghugarkar* Oral route of drug delivery has been the most conventional and accepted route of drug delivery, among these controlled release (CR) dosage forms have been extensively used to improve therapy. Controlled release drug delivery systems that retain in the stomach for a long time have many advantages over sustained release formulations. Gastroretentive dosage forms (GRDF) has received significant interest in the past few decades as they can improve the limitation of most conventional and oral controlled release drug delivery system related to fast gastric-emptying time. An optimum GRDF system can be defined as a system which retains in the stomach for a sufficient time interval against all the physiological barriers, releases active moiety in a controlled manner. Gastric retention may increase solubility for the drugs which are poorly soluble in intestine due to alkaline pH before they are emptied, resulting in improved bioavailability. Gastroretentive drug delivery system has applications for local drug delivery to the stomach and also for proximal small intestine. Gastro retention helps to provide better availability of new products with new therapeutic possibilities. This article gives an overview of the different approaches of GRDF as well as on the evaluation of GRDF.
The Use of Problem-Based Instruction Strategy (PBIS) in Gas Laws Class: A Gender Academic Performance Difference published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Popoola Rachael Adewumi | Olorundare, A. Solomon The study is an aspect of an unpublished Master thesis which employed quasi-experimental design to investigate the gender academic performance difference in chemistry among senior secondary school students in Nigeria. The study sampled 165 students and used PBIS to teach the gas laws among the sampled students. The research used Gas Law Achievement Test (GLAT) and a researcher-designed problem-based instructional material as instruments. The data obtained were analyzed using the t-test statistical analysis. Only one research question and one hypothesis guided the study. Finding reveals there was no significant difference between male and female students taught the gas laws using PBIS. The study has implications for the teaching and learning of chemistry. Popoola Rachael Adewumi | Olorundare, A. Solomon"The Use of Problem-Based Instruction Strategy (PBIS) in Gas Laws Class: A Gender Academic Performance Difference" 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/ijtsrd171.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/other/171/the-use-of-problem-based-instruction-strategy-pbis-in-gas-laws-class-a-gender-academic-performance-difference/popoola-rachael-adewumi
Evaluate the Positive Aspects of Student Learning Experience in Social Media Using Naive Bayers Algoritham published in

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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.
The Overview of Bayes Classification Methods published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Harshad M. Kubade The Bayes methods are popular in classification because they are optimal. To apply Bayes methods, it is required that prior probabilities and distribution of patterns for class should be known. The pattern is assigned to highest posterior probability class. The three main methods under Bayes classifier are Byes theorem, the Naive Bayes classifier and Bayesian belief networks. Harshad M. Kubade"The Overview of Bayes Classification Methods" 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/ijtsrd15750.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/15750/the-overview-of-bayes-classification-methods/harshad-m-kubade
A REVIEW PAPER ON AN EMBEDDED EXTENDED VISUAL CRYPTOGRAPHY SCHEME FOR COLOR IMAGE USING LPG WITH PCA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Navdeep Kaur*, Gagandeep Singh A method for creating digital image copyright protection is proposed in this paper. The proposed method in this paper is based on visual cryptography using LPG with PCA. The proposed method is working on selection of random pixels from the original digital image instead of specific selection of pixels.In today’s scenario protection of digital data is utmost necessary in every part of life. More robust methods are being developed to protect the proprietary rights of the multimedia. In this paper, an invisible watermarking technique is proposed, to embed multiple binary watermarks into digital medical images based on the concept of Visual Cryptography (VC). The proposed scheme embeds the watermarks without modifying the original host image. Cryptography is nothing but the secret sharing of text. Similarly Visual Cryptography Scheme (VCS) is secret sharing of images. The extension of VCS is Embedded Extended Visual Cryptography. A secret image is divided into shares and stacking of the shares will reveal the secret image. The recovered secret image quality is less in terms of loss of resolution and contrast. In this paper we introduce An Embedded Extended Visual Cryptography Scheme for Color Image using LPG with PCA; this can help to improve the visual quality of the recovered image.Because of local pixel groping with Principal component Analysis(PCA) because of this we able to embed and extract multiple secret image with very good quality.. This work has been tested and found suitable for its purpose.
EVALUATION OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF Costus speciosus (J.Knig)Sm. LEAF FOR HEPATIC AND RENAL TOXICITIES: BIOCHEMICAL AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hewa Walpola Amila Sewwandi Subasinghe*, Lakshmi Menik Hettihewa, Sampath Gunawardena and Thushari Liyanage Costus speciosus is popular among Sri Lankans as an antidiabetic agent. Various parts of Costus speciosus plant are widely used in traditional medicine. Many of its pharmacological properties have scientifically proved. The objective of this study was to investigate the consequences of long-term use of Costus speciosus leaf aqueous extract (CSlwex) with respect to hepatic and renal functions of Wistar rats. Wistar rats (170-250 g) were divided into 9 groups (n=5 each) and labelled A to I. Groups A,B and C were kept as normal healthy rats. Insulin resistance was induced in six groups D to I. Costus speciosus leaf aqueous extract oral treatment was conducted for 12 weeks as given next. Group A and D- 1 mL of Distilled water, Group B and E- 1500 mg/kg CSlwex, Group F- 2000 mg/kg CSlwex, Group G- 2500 mg/kg CSlwex, Group C and H- 3000 mg/kg CSlwex, Group I- 20 mg/kg pioglitazone. After the therapy, serum ALT, AST and Creatinine were analyzed. Histopathology of liver and kidney were assessed for toxicity. No significant increase in ALT (34.776.19 IU/L, p=0.304) or AST (137.559.83 IU/L, p=0.928) were found in insulin resistant rats. Also, Costus speciosus leaf aqueous extract did not change ALT and AST significantly in healthy rats. Serum creatinine of either insulin resistant or healthy rats treated with CSlwex did not increase significantly compared to the respective controls (insulin resistant- 34.531.38 ?mol/L; healthy- 42.563.27 ?mol/L). No features of liver or renal toxicity were observed histopathologically in CSlwex treated rats or controls. In conclusion, 1500-3000 mg/kg doses of C. speciosus leaf aqueous extract did not initiate hepatic or renal toxicity after 12 weeks continuous therapy.
Utilization of Microbial Bioassays for Screening the Possible Toxicity in Regularly Used Food Dyes published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Ruchika Atri,* A. Singh, N. Mathur, A. Verma Food additives are the substances that are intentionally added to modify visual appearance, taste, texture, processing or the storage life of food. Today, food colorants as additives are randomly used in many foods. However, their use in food is still controversial. The great bulk of artificial colorings used in food are synthetic dyes. For decades synthetic food dyes have been suspected of being toxic or carcinogenic and many have been banned. However, most of the food colors are still being used which are either not safe or are being used in quantities exceeding the statutory limits. The present study aimed to investigate the possible genotoxic and cytotoxic potentials of four frequently used food dyes by utilizing Salmonella mutagenicity assay /Ames assay (Prokaryotic assay) and Saccharomyces cerevisiae respiration inhibition assay (eukaryotic bioassay). The main emphasis of the present study was utilization of microbial bioassays as simple, rapid and practical toxicity tests for pre-screening of large numbers of food additives. Result of this study show that among the four food dyes tested two were found to be significantly genotoxic even at lower doses. When cytoxicity in these food dyes was measured using Sachharomyces cerevisiae respiration inhibition assay similar results were obtained. The significance of the data is discussed with respect to other information on mutagenicity and carcinogenicity of the food colors.
Effect of Normalization Techniques on Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network Classification Performance for Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease Diagnosis published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ali Osman Özkan In this study, Doppler signals were recorded from 40 healthy volunteers and the right and left hand ulnar and radial arteries of 40 rheumatoid arthritis patients. Multiple Signal Classification method, one of the subspace signal processing methods is applied to the obtained Doppler signals and the feature of signs has been reached. Diseased and healthy people have been distinguished by using three different normalization techniques, including (z-score, minimum-maximum and decimal scaling) and artificial neural networks classification. K-fold cross-validation, classification accuracy, sensitivity and specificity are used to interpret and described the results of medical diagnostic test. Ali Osman Özkan"Effect of Normalization Techniques on Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network Classification Performance for Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease Diagnosis" 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/ijtsrd3576.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/3576/effect-of-normalization-techniques-on-multilayer-perceptron-neural-network-classification-performance-for-rheumatoid-arthritis-disease-diagnosis/ali-osman-özkan
Comparative study between methylprednisolone and dexamethasone as submucosal injection for control of edema, trismus and pain of third molar surgery published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

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Ahmed Gamal Hafez, Eman A. Elsharrawy, Abdelbadee Abdalla Background: Third molar surgery involves injury to the surrounding tissues, producing edema, trismus and pain. Clinical trials in Oral Surgery have supported the hypothesis that preemptive corticosteroids are effective in delaying and preventing many postoperative sequelae. This study aimed to compare between methylprednisolone and dexamethasone as submucosal injection for control of edema, trismus and pain after third molar surgery. Method: This randomized prospective study was done on forty patients required class B mesioangular impacted lower third molar surgery. 4mg dexamethasone, 40 mg, 80 mg, or 120 mg methylprednisolone was submucosally injected preoperatively. Facial width was measured in one dimension, preoperatively and on 2nd and 7th postoperative days. The distance between upper and lower right central incisors during maximal mouth opening was measured, preoperatively and on 2nd and 7th postoperative days. Pain was evaluated using a 10cm VAS during the postoperative week. Result: Edema and pain were greater with dexamethasone, then with 40 mg, then 80 mg and then 120 mg methylprednisolone. Trismus was greater on 2nd postoperative day with 40 mg methylprednisolone, then with dexamethasone, then with 80 mg and then 120 mg methylprednisolone. It was greater on 7th day with 40 mg, then with 80 mg methylprednisolone, then with dexamethasone and then with 120 mg methylprednisolone. 120 mg and 80 mg methylprednisolone were significantly better. Conclusion: Submucosal 80 mg methylprednisolone controls edema, trismus and pain better than 40 mg methylprednisolone or dexamethasone. Increasing methylprednisolone dose from 80 mg to 120 mg provided no significant benefit. Keywords: edema, trismus, pain, dexamethasone, methylprednisolone, submucosal injection
Analysis of DC-DC Boost Converter for Hybrid Power Generating System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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S. Kasthuri Photovoltaic (PV) energy and wind energy are two important renewable energy sources utilized for its easy access, availability, non-polluting, noiseless and maintenance-free. Another source Fuel Cell (FC) is utilized to generate controlled energy source with battery used as a backup unit. Hybrids systems are superior compared to single sourced systems provide high quality and adequate power. These systems are having a complex system topology, significant power losses, high initial cost, inefficient energy conversion and large size. In this paper, good performance, high quality, low harmonics, and efficient integrated DC-DC boost converter for renewable power conversion system with minimum switches is analyzed. S. Kasthuri"Analysis of DC-DC Boost Converter for Hybrid Power Generating System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18297.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/18297/analysis-of-dc-dc-boost-converter-for-hybrid-power-generating-system/s-kasthuri
Characterization of prostatic lesions in surgically resected specimens published in

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Jatav Jagannath, Tomar Krishnpal Singh, Pandit Vidhyanand, Iyengar Sudha, Jain Bharat Background :- Prostate gland of male reproductive system is about the size of walnut and surrounds the urethra. Most frequently encountered diseases affecting prostate are prostatitis, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatic cancer. The aim of this study is to characterize various prostatic lesions on histological ground in patients undergoing prostatectomy for worsening symptoms of BPH. Methods:- It was a cross- sectional study conducted in pathology department of G.R. Medical college, Gwalior (M.P.). During the period of June- 2010 to June-2014. Pathology department of G.R. Medical college collected specimens from Jayarogya group of hospitals. Specimens were taken through TURP, simple prostatectomy and radical prostatectomy. A questionnaire was made and information including name, age, Biopsy number were noted in it. Results:- During the targeted months, 92 prostatic specimens were received with a mean age of the patients was 67 year (45 year to 90 year). When histological biopsy chart of 92 male patients who underwent prostatectomy between specified period were reviewed the findings were as follows - 90.3% cases were benign whereas 9.7% cases were malignant. Conclusion:- Frequency of prostatic cancer is on the rise and measures should be taken for its early detection. Both BPH and prostatic adenocarcinoma were more prevalent in the age group of 60-70 years. Among Benign lesions BPH and prostatitis were most common whereas high grade PIN is least common
Anticancer Activity From The Leaf Acetone Extract of Piper Betle Using Human Lung Cancer Cell Line (A549) published in

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N. Padmapriya, T. V. Poonguzhali Piper betle Linn. commonly known as paan in India belongs to family Piperaceae. The leaves are used for treating cough, foul smell in mouth, ozoena, bronchitis, clear throat and stypne. Lot of research work has been carried out on antibacterial, antiprotozoan, antifungal, antioxidant, immunomodulatory, antimutagenic, antileishmanial, neurostimulatory properties of piper betle leaves. However not much data is available on the antitumor properties and their derivatives. SUMMARY The present study was undertaken to check the antiproliferative activity from the leaves of acetone extract of Piper betle using human lung cancer cell line (A549). The leaves of P. betle was identified in and around Guindy. Fresh leaves were further processed for extract preparation. Lung cancer cell line (A549) was obtained from NCCS, Pune and was maintained in minimum essential media supplemented with 10% FBS, Pencillin (100U/mL) and streptomycin (100g/mL) in humidified atmosphere of 5% CO2 at 37C. IC50 values represented the maximum activity. An increasedrate of cell death was significantly observed with increase in concentration of leaf extract irrespective of the cell type.
A Descriptive Study to Assess the Level of Knowledge Regarding Hypertension and its Management Among the Hypertensive Elderly in A Selected Rural Community, Kanchipuram District published in

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

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Dr. Muthukumaran Jagannathan, Dr. Bala Subramaniam Fournier's gangrene, an infective necrotizing fasciitis of perineal,genital or perianal region is a serious pathologic entity, primarily affects adult and very rarely in neonatal period. Here in we report a case of Fournier's gangrene, in a neonate, who presented with cellulitis of scrotum and perineal region and subsequently developed gangrene ,which was treated by broad spectrum antibiotics and repeated surgical debridement. The child improved with no major complications. Polymicrobial infection was held responsible for the gangrene. Importance was given on vigorous treatment which included hemodynamic stabilization, parenteral broad spectrum antibiotics and surgical debridement. Our reported case responded well to combination of antibiotics and repeated surgical debridement
Klippel Trenaunay Syndrome with Angiokeratoma - A case report with brief review of the literature. published in

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Dr. Meenal Patil, Dr. Manoj N. Kulkarni Klippel Trenaunay Syndrome is a sporadic disorder presenting at birth, childhood or in early adult life , consisting of a triad of cutaneous , vascular & soft tissue involvement. It may have a mild to severe form of disease with life- threatening bleeding manifestations. It usually affects one extremity and may have associated vascular lesions such as angiokeratomas. We report a case of multiple angiokeratomas in Klippel Trenaunay syndrome in an 8 -year old girl.

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