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Women Entrepreneurship- Problems and Prospects published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
V.G.V.RAJANI The term Women Entrepreneurship mean,an act of business ownership and business creation that empowerswomen economically, increases their economic strength as well asposition in society. Hence women-entrepreneurs have been making aconsiderable impact in all most all the segments of the economywhich is more than 25 percent of all kinds of business. In IndiaEntrepreneurship is very limited amongst women especially in theformal sector, which is less than 5 percent of all the business. Thepersonality trait of women entrepreneurs includes Risk takers, opportunist, inventor, commercialize, trader, innovator, flexible etc. There are various problems associated with women entrepreneurssuch as problem of finances, family responsibilities, limited mobilityfactor and domination by male, old and outdated social outlook etc.This paper suggests various problems and future prospects of womenentrepreneurs.
INDIRECT COLOUR TERMS IN A WORK OF VERBAL ART published in

International Journal of Communication Research

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Arina POLOZOVA The present article is focused on colour terms in general and on their indirect variety in particular. Colour has already proved to be an indispensable part of the expression plane of a work of verbal art being highly connotative, it abounds in various associations meant by the author. Direct colour terms have already been the subject of quite a few scientific studies; however, much too little attention has so far been given to the colour terms which denote colour indirectly the so-called indirect colour terms which include the objects of extralinguistic reality: the names of flowers, precious stones, dyes and other objects which have a typical colour and immediately provoke the association with it. The aim of this article is to show most clearly that this variety of words denoting colour is no less expressive and meaningful in a literary text and, therefore, it deserves much more scientific attention than it has received. We thought it useful to include the texts of translation in our analysis in order to discover if the importance of the indirect colour terms occurring in the original is observed by translators and, thus, rendered in the resultant text.
HYPOMAGNESEMIA IN ALCOHOL DEPENDENT POPULATION FROM THE LOWER SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND WHO WERE CONSUMING ILLICIT LIQUOR AND ATTENDING THE DEADDICTION CENTER published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sameer R Kulkarni1* and K.Pratibha Ravindra Background: Magnesium is intimately involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions, particularly in processes involving the formation and utilization of ATP. It is also a known fact that alcoholism is associated with hypomagnesemia. The present study aims to determine the significance of routine serum magnesium determination in alcoholic patients consuming illicit liquor from lower socio-economic background attending deaddiction centre. Patients and Methods: We determined serum magnesium, sodium and potassium concentrations in 200 chronic alcoholic patients consuming illicit liquor from lower socio-economic background admitted to the deaddiction centre, and compared the results to those of 158 healthy nonalcoholic controls. Results: Serum magnesium levels were significantly decreased in alcoholic patients compared to healthy nonalcoholic controls. There were also increased activities of SGOT, SGPT and gamma-glutamyl transferase in alcoholics. Conclusions: The results of our study showed hypomagnesemia in chronic alcoholic subjects. Hypomagnesemia may be due to the increased oxidative stress and might be a risk factor in the progression of fatty liver to steatohepatitis. The results of the present investigation support the practice of routine magnesium administration to chronic alcoholics.
A First Compositional Attempt into the World of Silent Short Films Sanctuary by Nelio Costa (with Music by ?erban Marcu) published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
?erban MARCU This paper presents the author's first attempt at writing film music. The film under discussion is Sanctuary, a silent short film produced by Nelio Costa, Professor of film journalism at the UNA University Center in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The study highlights the suggestions that the composer derived from the film, the musical solutions the composer came up with in order to counterpoint the visual discourse and the context in which the film was presented, at the 2nd edition of the InnerSound International New Arts Festival, in Bucharest, 2013.

Networks Coexistence with other 2.4 GHz ISM Devices

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mia Torres-Dela Cruz | Wisam Khamil Mahdloom | Shaina Suresh

The possibility for the home to be networked wirelessly has greatly improved because of emerging technologies. Home networking is very much possible now with the different technologies that are available. This project is an application of three wireless technologies to machine to machine M2M home networking coexisting with other devices in the 2.4 GHz ISM. The networking technologies used and evaluated in the project are ZigBee, Bluetooth, and Wi Fi, where the risk of interference in the networks is identified and evaluated. The other devices in the home are microwave oven, baby monitors, and wireless telephones. The home network system that was developed and implemented is an interconnection of electronic home devices grouped by sub networks categorized by each of the wireless technologies. Because the three sub networks are working in proximity, there is the high chance of interference with each other and with other devices within the 2.4 GHz band. The joint application of the three networks showed how these networks affect each other and how they coexist in one system and effect to and by other home devices not included in their networks but are in the same frequency range, 2.4 GHz. The paper explored the risks and characteristics of interference of these three systems with other devices when the system is implemented. Guidelines were developed to overcome and mitigate these constraints. Mia Torres-Dela Cruz | Wisam Khamil Mahdloom | Shaina Suresh "Networks Coexistence with other 2.4 GHz ISM Devices" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Information Technology , November 2018, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19133.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/telecommunications/19133/networks-coexistence-with-other-24-ghz-ism-devices/mia-torres-dela-cruz
Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles from Physalis Angulatta : Synthesis And Antimicrobial Activity published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Paramanantham. M, Murugesan. A The biosynthesis of nanoparticles has been proposed as a cost effective and environmental friendly alternative to chemical and physical methods. Plant mediated synthesis of nanoparticles is a green chemistry approach that interconnects nanotechnology and plant biotechnology. In the present study, synthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) or (GreenSilver) has been demonstrated using extracts of Physalis Angulatta reducing aqueous silver nitrate. The AgNPs were characterized by Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-vis) Spectrometer, X-ray Diffraction Analysis (XRD), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). showed spherical particles with an average size The XRD pattern showed the characteristic Bragg peaks of (111), (200), (220) and (311) facets of the face center cubic (fcc) silver nanoparticles and confirmed that these nanoparticles are crystalline in nature. The silver phyto nanoparticles were isolated from these herbal leaves and tested for antimicrobial activity. The test cultures included in this study were a a E.Coli, Colletotrichum musae . The maximum inhibitory effect using 3mM silver nitrate against the microbes were obtained.
Comparative biochemical analysis of wild introgression lines in response to short-term exposure to salinity published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G. PUSHPALATHA1, ARCHANA GIRI2, N. SARLA1 AND VANDNA RAI3 The two high-yielding rice BC2F6-7 (backcross populations of O. sativa (IR58025A/KMR3) x O. rufipogon) introgression lines (ILs) were used to analyze biochemical changes in response to salinity stress for 24 h on 10th day. Plants were grown in normal Hoaglands media for 10 days, treated with 150 mM NaCl for 24 h and were analyzed for chlorophyll, proline, antioxidant enzymes and sugar content. The results revealed ~two folds reduced concentrations of chlorophyll and ~three folds increased level of proline in K198 (salt-sensitive) under salt stress conditions. The salt-tolerant K478 showed chlorophyll reduction by ~one fold and proline increase by ~two folds in salt treated samples. The antioxidant enzyme activity in these contrasting introgression lines under short-term exposure to salt stress exhibited significant difference. An increased activity of superoxide dismutase and ascorbate peroxidase was recorded under salt stress conditions whereas, a decreased trend of catalase activity was observed in both the ILs. Peroxidase activity on the other hand, showed an increased trend in K478 (salt-tolerant) and decreased in K198 (salt-sensitive) under 150 mM 24 h NaCl treatment. A highly significant result was noticed in the content of total and reducing sugars and starch. The reduction over control in total sugar content was less in K478 and high reduction was recorded in K198. This further indicated possible salt tolerance of K478 in comparison to that of K198
A Study on Consumer Perception towards Diet Food with Reference to Obesity published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manisha N. Umaria In this study, we examine the awareness of obesity and perception of diet food .This study provides the relation between obesity and food perception among people. This study was done in Navsari city, with sample size of 250 respondents, with structure type of questionnaire, close ended types of question. Sampling method used was non probability convenient random sampling. By this research work, we found that most of people were sedentary worker (43%),most of the respondent feel psychological problem due to overweight(37%),most of the respondents reduce their weight by combination of diet and exercise.(36.4%),most of respondents perception for diet are soup and salad.(39%)during diet most of respondents rarely prefer cheese, oil, butter during diet.(43%),most respondent rarely prefer chocolate(29.2%),so the conclusion of research was that there is relation between awareness of obesity and perception of diet food, if people are aware of obesity ,they can change in their food to reduce overweight.

Design and Development of An Environmental Temperature Controller for Application to A Poultry Environment with An SMS Alert Feature Using A Microcontroller A Risk Reduction Approach

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

S. O. N. Okonye | U. M Asiwe

This work focus on design and development of an environmental temperature controller for application to a poultry environment with an sms alert feature a risk reduction approach. The poultry farmer needs to be assured that his investment is secure against risks that are beyond his control. This risks have most of their origins in the variable temperature of the environment. The objective of the project is to control or regulate the temperature in the poultry environment to make for effective functioning of the biological activities taking place inside the bodies of the birds. This objective was realized using a microcontroller to help the farmer be able to regulate the temperature in the farm. In the case of abrupt temperature variation, is able to be aware via an sms alert feature and empowered to control it. Results obtained proved to be very helpful to poultry farmers. S. O. N. Okonye | U. M Asiwe "Design and Development of An Environmental Temperature Controller for Application to A Poultry Environment with An SMS Alert Feature Using A Microcontroller: A Risk Reduction Approach" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23492.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/23492/design-and-development-of-an-environmental-temperature-controller-for-application-to-a-poultry-environment-with-an-sms-alert-feature-using-a-microcontroller-a-risk-reduction-approach/s-o-n-okonye
Reduction of Cisplatin Cytotoxicity in Hepatocarcinoma Cells by Optimization of Treatment Conditions published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Odii Benedict Onyekachi,Coussons Peter Cisplatin otherwise known as cis-diamminedichloroplatinum (CDDP) is an anticancer agent with broad spectrum of effectiveness against different types of tumour. Its use in cancer treatment is characterised and limited by several potentially dangerous side effects, affecting organ systems. Previously, we established a model drug-resistant hepatocellular carcinoma cells from human hepatocarcinoma (HEPG2) cell line using pharmacologic agents, including cisplatin; and through dose-dependent assessment of cisplatin toxicity to HEPG2 cells, we observed that the drug is highly toxic to the cells. This is in agreement with many clinical reports of wide range of cisplatin-induced toxicities. Here, we aimed at establishing the optimal treatment conditions for cisplatin, and developing a model to understand more about the kinetics of cisplatin cytotoxic effects, in this case, on hepatocarcinoma cells. Time-course analysis of HEPG2 cell death by flow cytometry showed consistent EC50 value of 4M, irrespective of the incubation time. Flow cytometric analysis of cell cycle at optimal treatment time showed a near-complete arrest at G0/G1 phase only at highest concentration. Analysis of internucleosomal DNA fragmentation by gel electrophoresis showed high degree of toxicity after 12 to 48 hours of cisplatin treatment. The continuous treatment of HEPG2 cells with cisplatin for 12 hours followed by 48 hours incubation in drug-free medium, showed a comparable magnitude of cytotoxicity and apoptosis with 24 to 48hrs continuous treatment. These results are discussed in relation to current clinical use of cisplatin in cancer therapy. The study shows that similar level of effectiveness can be achieved within shorter time of cisplatin treatment, against prolonged exposure that could result in damage of non-target cells and range of side effects. Furthermore, it suggests that the optimal treatment time for a given dose of cisplatin is 12 hours. Finally, the study underlines the importance of optimization of treatment conditions as a means of obviating cellular toxicity due to any given chemotherapeutic agent.
Value of Unenhanced Spiral CT in Patients With Flank Pain and Clinical Suspicion of Urolithiasis published in

Published by
Dr. Amol Gorakhnath Sasane, Brig. Dr. Hariqbal Singh Unenhanced spiral CT was performed in 100 patients using dual slice spiral CT scanner with a slice thickness of 3 mm and a collimation of 2 mm. Patients of all age groups and both sexes presenting with flank pain were included. Out of 61 patients diagnosed as urolithiasis mean age of presentation was 41 years and predominantly males (70%) were affected. Secondary signs of obstruction were present in 80% of cases. These data yield a sensitivity of 100%, specificity of 96%, positive predictive value of 98% and negative predictive of 100% for determining the presence or absence of urolithiasis. The present study concludes that unenhanced spiral CT is sensitive as well as specific not only to diagnose urolithiasis but also to diagnose other causes that mimic urolithiasis in the genitourinary system or other systems.
Paraphimosis in a Stallion : A case report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Raj Kumar Patel A 6 years old stallion presented with history of complete penile prolapsed, often with gross swelling of the body of the penis due to oedema. Stallion was treated by washing of the penis (hydrotherapy10 min twice daily), manual massage, application of topical osmotic agents (sugar), applying petroleum jelly to it to prevent drying and cracking and supporting it against the body wall by a towel which went around the animals abdomen. Adjunctive therapies included daily exercise, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Inj.-Phenylbutazone @ 4.4mg/kg bwt, I/V, q24h X 4days; Inj.- Furosemide @ 0.5mg/kg bwt, I/V, q24h X 3days and Inj.- Dexamethasone @ 0.1mg/kg bwt, I/M, q24h X 2days. Penis was maintained in the preputial cavity within 13 days.
Measurement of photon attenuation coefficient of soil samples at energy 360 keV published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Chaudhari L. M* and Raje D. V. The attenuation coefficient is an important role in agriculture research as well as in industry, forensic sciences etc. We measured the linear and mass attenuation coefficients of soil samples. The attenuation coefficient usually depends upon the energy of radiations and nature of the material. The result represented in graphical forms. This confirms the interaction of gamma radiations with soil sample of various components.
A Study of Work Value With Respect to Creativity Among Government and Non-Government Employees published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Arpita J.Chavda Present report represents a study of Work value with respect to creativity among government and non-government employees. Here we have chosen government and Non-government employee. Work value measurement was carried out by using scale developed by Super Donald (2002). We have studied Work value by taking three independent variables using F-Anova test with 2x2x2 factorial design.
Studies on Avian Cestode Genus Cotugnia Diamare, 1893 (Cestoda: Davaineidae, Fuhrmann 1907) From Gallus Gallus Domesticus published in

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D.M.PATHAN, D. B. BHURE, SACHIN MULE The present investigation deals with a new species of the genus Cotugnia, Diamare 1893 from the intestine of Gallus gallus domesticus, from Osmanabad (M.S.) of India. The new species Cotugnia osmanabadensis Sp.Nov. comes closer to all known species of the genus Cotugnia in general topography of organ but differs due to having scolex globular, four rounded suckers, rosetellum large and oval, rectangular with hooks, mature segments broader than long, testes 110-120 in numbers, oval to rounded and Post-ovarian, cirrus pouch large oval and elongated, cirrus short, thin and slightly curbed, vas deferens tubular, curved directed anteriorly, genital pores large oval and marginal vagina posterior to cirus pouch and ovary compact, oval in shape.
Histopathological lesions in Transrectal ultrasound guided biopsies of Prostate in patients with raised serum Prostate specific antigen published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Saadi A. J. M. AL Dahaan Abstract The secondary group (Nitrate NO3, Boron B and Fluoride F) with group of Trace elements (Cadmium Cd, Lead Pb, Manganese Mn, Iron Fe, Cupper Cu, Zinc Zn, Nickel Ni and Chromium Cr) of Inorganic category are tested in water wells of Alton Kubri Basin to get suitability for human and agricultural consumption. Result shows the concentration of No3 is more than recommended limits at Nabi- awa, kuchuk bibani, qalwazi and Buyuk- hisar groundwater wells. The concentration of Boron in water wells of Nabi-awa and Zardic shows enrichment above the recommended limits in some months of year. The concentration of Nickel is also higher than the recommended limit in water wells of Dobozni, Qalwazi and Buyuk-hisar wells. Study is illustrated enrichment in the concentration as above reputation of water wells at local area only. The source of enrichment for Nitrate NO3, Boron B and Nickel Ni is originated from the agricultural activities and the natural occurrence of these elements in the rocks consists aquifer.
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy: A Scoop published in

Published by
Mohamed Eddouks Diabetes mellitus is a major health concern for human. The World Health Organization reports that approximately 171 million people worldwide have diabetes mellitus and this number may double by the year 2030. Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) is the most common complication of diabetic which affects up to 50% of patients with diabetes and represents a major cause of morbidity and increased mortality. Moreover, health-care costs and personal associated with diabetic neuropathy are high. The pathogenesis of DPN is multifactorial with the main categories being metabolic and ischemic but remains unclear. Hyperglycemia remains the key factor underlying diabetic neuropathy in addition to other changes like hypertriglyceridaemia, obesity, hypertension and dyslipidemia.
Development and quality evaluation of instant iron rich weaning mix published in

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MEENAKSHI BHATIAAND RENU MOGRA The present study aimed to prepare a weaning mix using malted pearl millet and malted wheat. To find out the acceptability of weaning mix sensory evaluation was done. The acceptability scores ranged between 7 to 8 for different sensory characteristics. Bulk density, wettability, water absorption capacity, swelling capacity, solubility was found to be 0.62 g/ ml, 14.33 seconds, 60%, 4 g per cent, 19.66, respectively. Proximate composition of weaning mix revealed 3.01 g/100 g, 11.66g/100 g, 2.51 g/100g, 2.51 g/100g, 0.41g/ 100g, 79.06 g/100g and 392 Kcal/100g for moisture, protein, fat, ash, fibre, carbohydrate and energy, respectively. Total iron content was found to be 6.93 mg/100 g and bio available iron was 5.66 mg/100 g. The per cent availability of iron was found 81.67 per cent. Phytic acid content was found to be 39.84 mg/100g while Vitamin C content of weaning mix was 11.77 mg/100g. The microbial count was also found in safer limit less than 50,000 per g of sample according to Indian Standard Value safe for consumption. Peroxide value was also found in safe limit no rancid taste was found during organoleptic evaluation of weaning mix at 0th day and 30th day of storage.
Artificial Intelligence (Biologically Inspired Intelligent Robots Using Artificial Intelligence) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mamidi Sai Akash D. Artificial Intelligence is a branch of Science which deals with helping machines finds solutions to complex problems in a more human-like fashion. This generally involves borrowing characteristics from human intelligence, and applying them as algorithms in a computer friendly way. A more or less flexible or efficient approach can be taken depending on the requirements established, which influences how artificial the intelligent behavior appears .Humans throughout history have always sought to mimic the appearance, mobility, functionality, intelligent operation, and thinking process of biological creatures. This field of biologically inspired technology, having the moniker biometrics, has evolved from making static copies of human and animals in the form of statues to the emergence of robots that operate with realistic appearance and behavior. This paper covers the current state-of-the-art and challenges to making biomimetic robots using artificial muscles.
IDENTIFICATION OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS FROM MARINE SPONGE SPONGIA TOSTABY GC MS ANALYSIS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Archana.R, Kanchana.G2*, Rubalakshmi.G3 The Ocean is the mother of life and it is believed that the most primitive forms of life originated from this primordial soup. The marine environment is a rich source of bioactive compounds. This study was carried out to analyse the active constitutents from Marine Sponge using Gas Chromatography - Mass spectrometry. The chemical composition of the methanolic extract of Spongia Tosta was investigated using Perkin Elmer gas chromatography mass spectrometry. Mass spectra of the compound found in the extract were matched with the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) library. This analysis revealed that Spongia Tosta contains ten bioactive compounds which included 1-Iodo, 2-methylnonane, n-Hexadecanoic acid, 4 -Dodecanol, 9 - Oxabicyclo [ 6.1.0 ] nonane, 3- Hexanol, 2, 2-dimethyl, 1, 4 -Hexadiene, 3, 3, 5 - trimethyl, Oleic acid, Octanal, 7-methoxy-3,7-dimethyl, Spiro [androst-5-ene-17, 1-Cyclobutan]-2-one,3-hydroxy [3a,17a],and Diazoprogesterone. Hence the present study reveals that a Marine Sponge - Spongia Tosta can serve as a potential source for current biomedical and pharmaceutical importance.
Development of E-Commerce in Recent Trends: A Review published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Vikram Jain This paper represents the report on Development and success of e-commerce. It helps to analyze the development of e-commerce and the success factors to be considered in the growth of business. The analysis concluded that software, music (CDs) and literature (books and magazines) continue to dominate on-line purchases; however, new industries are finding their place on the web as well. Travel and tourism companies, grocery and department store chains and non apparel specialty stores were making their presence known. It was stressed that the companies must undertake the beginning of an implementation plan to involve in e-commerce.
PHYTOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS AND ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL IN FLORAL EXTRACTS OF CALENDULA OFFICINALIS LINN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pawan Kumar Verma, Rajinder Raina*, M Sultana Calendula officinalis Linn. (Compositae) commonly known as pot marigold is distributed throughout world as an ornamental plant. It also has long history of usage by folk systems because of rich ethanomedicinal values. Present study was aimed to determine phytochemical constituents endowed with antioxidant potential in floral extracts of C. officinalis. Ethanolic extract has significantly high (P<0.05) total phenolic, flavonoids, ?-carotene, lycopene, tannin, chlorophylls contents as compared to aqueous extract of C. officinalis. Phytochemical ingredients present in ethanolic extract have high total antioxidant activity, superoxide, nitric oxide, hydroxyl, free radicals scavenging activity and reducing power. A dose dependent relationship has been observed between different concentrations of extract and radicals scavenging activity. Median effective concentration s of ethanolic extract for total antioxidant activity, free radical, superoxide, nitric oxide and hydroxyl radicals scavenging activities are 0.88, 1.20, 0.53, 0.68 and 0.79 mg ml -1 respectively. Ethanolic extract of C. officinalis has high phenolic, flavonoids, ?-carotene, lycopene, tannin, chlorophylls contents endowed with high antioxidant potential as compared to aqueous extract. Thus, the dietary supplementation or addition of ethanolic extract of C. officinalis may provide protection against free radicals induced cellular damage besides improving the food quality by retarding oxidative degeneration of food lipids.
Estimation of Errors in Newtons Divided Difference Formula for Polynomial Interpolation of Inverse Trigonometrical Functions published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
V. P. Singh1, Satish Kumar1, R. B. Srivastava2* We have taken three continuous functions sin-1 x, cos-1 x and tan-1 x defined in the interval [-1, 1] for polynomial interpolation and then obtained the polynomials equivalent to these functions with the help of Newtons divided difference formula. We have also calculated the exact values of the functions and the values obtained by interpolating polynomials at equally spaced points of the interval. Errors from exact values have also been reported. Minimum percentage error in the interpolation of tan-1 x has been observed. The order of percentage errors in the interpolation of sin-1 x, cos-1 x and tan-1 x using Newtons interpolation formula is tan-1 x < sin-1 x < cos-1 x.
A CORELATIONAL STUDY ON SELFPERCEPTION AND ADJUSTMENT OF SHIKSHA KARMIS published in

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Response of different sources and levels of potash on growth, yield attributes and yields of isabgul (Plantago ovata Forsk) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.J. PATEL*, J.J. PATEL, S.B. PATEL, R.A. PATEL, N.M. KUMBHAR AND B.V. HIRPARA A field experiment was conducted during Rabi seasons of the year 2009-10 at College Agronomy Farm, B. A. College of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University, Anand, Gujarat to evaluate the productivity of isabgul crop under varying levels of potash. Application of 60 kg K2O ha-1 from potassium sulphate (K2SO4) was most effective for securing higher seed yield and yield attributes, which resulted in to increased seed yield to the tune of 27.04 % over control. Higher net return (91266 Rs. ha-1), cost benefit ratio (1:11.52) and net CBR (1:10.52) were obtained under the treatment combination (application of 60 kg K2O ha-1 from K2SO4). The interaction effect of different sources and levels of potash was non-significant
Hepatectomy In Children:  10 Year Experience In a Tertiary Care Hospital  
 
published in

International Journal of Medical Studies

Published by kedar nagarjun publications
Dr. Sajad Ahmad Wani
Dr. Gowhar Nazir Mufti
Dr. Nisar Ahmad Bhat
Dr. Aejaz Ahsan Baba 
 
Corresponding Author: Dr. Sajad Ahmad Wani
Background: Hepatectomy can be safely performed in children with primary liver tumours, selected cases of metastatic tumours and traumatic liver injuries. However liver resections are associated significant morbidity and mortality even in advanced centers. The aim of this study was to evaluate the outcome of liver resections over a period of 10 years. Material and Methods: This was a prospective study of patients who underwent various types of hepatectomies for different indications from March 2005 to April 2015. Results: 15 patients underwent liver resections during the study period. The age of patients ranged from 8 months to 14 years with mean age of 3.7 years. The indications in our patients were hepatoblastoma in 9 patients, traumatic liver injury in 3 patients, abscess in 1 patient, liver extension of right wilms tumor in 1 patient and extension of left neuroblastoma to liver in 1 patient. Right and left hepatectomies were done in 8 (54.4%) and 5 (33.3%) patients respectively. Non anatomic/ wedge resection was done in 2 (13.3%) patients. Hemorrhage which needed transfusion occurred in 4 (26.7%) patients, bile leak in 1 (6.7%), wound infection in 1 (6.7%) and death in 1 (6.7%) patient.  
Conclusion: Liver resection in children can be safely performed with minimal morbidity and mortality. Better results can be achieved with good per operative care, vigilant identification and good expertise in the management of complications.
 
KEYWORDS: Hepatectomy, Children, Outcome. 
Impact of Elliptical Cross-Section on Some Electrical Properties of Gate-All-Around MOSFETs published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
Shankaranand Jha, Ashok Kumar and Subindu Kuma Silicon (Si) Gate-All-Around (GAA) MOSFETs offers full electrostatic control over the gate which makes them promising candidates for the next generation complimentary metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors (CMOS) devices. Due to variations in the growth condition, the cross-section of GAA MOSFETs is often elliptical instead of being perfectly circular. This elliptical cross section changes the effective diameter of the silicon core which in turn affects the electrical properties of the device. In this paper we analyze the impact of elliptical cross-section of multi-channel Si GAA MOSFET on some electrical properties such as threshold voltage, drain current, and so on. The dependence of such properties on doping concentration, thickness of the oxide (insulator), channel dimension and number of conducting channels are also presented.
Attitude Towards Euthanasia Among Professionals and Special Concern Groups published in

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V.LAZAR, K. LALITHA, B.RAVINDRA Health is a major concern for all. When individual suffers from severe illness or disease, it affects quality of life of an individual. When one suffers from chronic diseases like Cancer, HIV, Dementia etc., and with severe disability, the desire to die leads to the concept of Euthanasia which is known as Mercy killing. In the present study an attitudes towards euthanasia was collected from professionals like Doctors (N=30) Lawyers (N=30) and Nurse(N=30) and special concern groups like Aged (N=90); HIV Patients(N=60) and Terminally ill(N=100) by using an adapted version of Euthanasia Attitude Scale(EAS) by Holloway et. al.,(1995). The data was collected by using purposive sampling technique and by prior consent of the subject. Result shows that there are significant differences in attitude towards euthanasia by professionals and special concern groups.
RBM: Rule Based Lexical Meaning Extraction in Video Data Using Fuzzy published in

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Mr.A.Julius Ceaser, Mr.S.Rajesh Motivated by the needs of semantic search and retrieval of multimedia contents, operating directly on the video based annotations can be thought as a reasonable way for meeting these needs as video is a common standard providing a wide multimedia content description schema. Raw data and low-level features alone are not sufficient to fulfill the users needs; that is, a deeper understanding of the content at the semantic level is required. We propose a semantic content extraction system that allows the user to query and retrieve objects, events, and concepts that are extracted automatically. In automatic extraction process, starts with object and define class for each process in video data. Here we declare a novel ontology based fuzzy video data semantic model uses spatial/temporal relation in event and concept definition. Objects extracted from consecutive representative frames are processed to extract temporal relations. This metaontology definition provides a wide-domain applicable rule construction standard that allows the user to construct ontology for a given domain. In addition to that, we use additional rule to lower spatial relation computation cost and to be able to define some complex situations more effectively. Event extraction process uses objects, spatial relations between objects and temporal relations between events. Similarly, objects and events are used in concept extraction process.
Comparative Study of Induction of Labour With Dinoprostone Gel and Tab. Misoprostol published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR.NEHA N. LIMBANI, DR.PRIYANKA J. PARMAR, DR.SANJAY P. MUNSHI, DR.SATISH K. KADIKAR Objective : To compare the safety and efficacy of intravaginal misoprostol (PGE1) with intra cervical dinoprostone gel (PGE2) for induction of labour, To study the maternal & fetal outcome, To measure an average induction to delivery interval time, To assess the need of oxytocin augmentation. Methods : This is a prospective study conducted at labour rooms of V.S. Municipal hospital, S.C.L. Municipal hospital, L.G Hospital attached to Smt. N.H.L. Municipal medical college, Ahmedabad from June 2012 to December 2013.This study was performed with 100 randomly selected patients with an indication for induction of labour. Among them 50 patients were induced with Dinoprostone gel and 50 patients with Tab. Misoprostol. Results : The change in the Bishops score after 6 hours was markedly high in the Tab. Misoprostol group as compared to the Dinoprostone Gel group, 11% Patient in the Tab. Misoprostol group required oxytocin augmentation as compared to 19% in the Dinoprostone Gel group, Induction-Delivery interval was significantly shorter in the Tab. Misoprostol group, Maternal and fetal side effects were low and comparable in both groups. Conclusion : Induction of labour confers benefits in various maternal and fetal conditions, it must be done in the set up where trained staff for continuous monitoring of the patients are available.
NATURAL POLYMERS IN DRUG DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Priyanka Tiwari1, Preeti Panthari2, Deepshikha P Katare3, Harsha Kharkwal4* Polymers have been in use for many years with the aim of facilitating the effectiveness and efficiency of drugs and their delivery. Biodegradable polymers are widely being studied as a potential carrier material for site specific drug delivery because of their non-toxic, biocompatible nature. Natural polysaccharides have been investigated for application in drug delivery industry as well as in biomedical fields. Modified polymer has found its application as a support material for gene delivery, cell culture, and tissue engineering. Nowadays, polymers are being modified to obtain novel biomaterials for controlled drug delivery applications. The aim of this review is to provide an overview of the ongoing research in the field of drug delivery with emphasis on the role of natural polymers.
Osteoporosis and Osteopenia in Pre and Post Menopausal Women a Cross-Sectional Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. M. A. Q. Ansari,Dr. M. Asif Ali A cross-sectional study was carried out to assess the prevalence of osteoporosis and Osteopenia in pre and post menopausal women by measuring their bone mineral density. A total of 350 women were enrolled for the study, of whom 190 were pre menopausal and 160 were post menopausal. BMD was measured by Ultrasound attenuation in the calcaneus bone. T-scores were used to categorise subjects into normal, osteoporosis and Osteopenia based on WHO criteria. It was observed that, of all the subjects recruited for the study 39.4%(n=138) were osteoporotic, 49.4%(n=173) were osteopenic and only 11.2%(n=39) had normal BMD. The prevalence of osteoporosis was high(71.2%) in post menopausal women whereas Osteopenia was found to be more(72.1%) in pre menopausal women. There is a need to study the risk factors associated with high prevalence of osteoporosis in post menopausal women and take preventive measures at an early age in pre menopausal women to reduce the incidence of this metabolic bone disease and the morbidity associated with it.
A Clinical Study of Myopia and Review of Literature published in

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Dr. VMVRV PrasadaRao,Dr.M.Madhavi, M.S A clinical study of 100 cases of myopia of 3D and >3D that attended the ophthalmicoutpatient department of ophthalmology , Siddartha Medical college, government general hospital, Vijayawada during the period from 2012 September to 2014 September in age group between 6-40 years studied The objective of the study: To evaluate the type of myopia, i.e. Axial or Curvature with the help of A-scan and keratometer. To study the incidence of pathological myopia. To study the association of myopia with other ocular and systemic diseases.
A GREEN APPROACH FOR THE SYNTHESES OF SOME BENZIMIDAZOLE MOLECULES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Amit Dwivedi During course of the work a series of 2-(2-(1H-benzo[d]imidazol-2- yl)phenyl)-1H-benzo[d]imidazole (scheme 1) and 2-phenyl-1Hbenzo[ d]imidazole (scheme 2) were synthesized via microwave irradiation technique. For the synthesis of 2-(2-(1H-benzo[d]imidazol- 2-yl)phenyl)-1H-benzo[d]imidazole the mixture of phthalodinitrile and o-Phenylinediamine was irradiated for 20 minutes (Scheme 1A). And for the synthesis of 2-phenyl-1H-benzo[d]imidazole, the mixture benzonitrile and o-phenylinediamine was irradiated for 30 minutes (Scheme 1B). The structure of these compounds has been confirmed by mass spectral data and NMR spectra and elemental analysis. This method achieved the reduction in reaction times, higher yields, and cleaner reactions than the previous described conventional synthetic processes.
The safety level of agricultural worker while working with dangerous chlorpyriphos published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
LOKESH, T.V. ARUN KUMAR, T.N. SANDEEP, P. VIJAY KUMAR AND SUNIL SHIRWAL Pest and disease control operation has become high in demand. Subsequently, pest and disease needs to be controlled so that crops are kept free from pests and food production is maximized in every agricultural farm. Handling of pesticides has led to serious problems on environment and on pesticide handling agricultural workers. To prevent the operator against exposure to pesticides, the operator should wear the personal protective mask. In actual practice sprayer operators are not using these protective masks for various reasons. Therefore, a study was undertaken to evaluate commercially available five masks for their materials of construction, filtering efficiency (NIOSH 5600 method), comfort while spraying chlorpyriphos (modified Corlett and Bishop ten point scale). The masks were found manufactured using foam pad, single and double layered poly propylene and cotton cloth as filtering materials. For preventing chlorpyriphos from inhaling air, masks with double layered poly propylene with water repellent quality filter (M5) was found good with an absolute filtering efficiency of 97.3 per cent and actual filtering efficiency of 78.1 per cent. Sprayer operators opinion indicated that the mask (M5) was found higher wearing comfort rating (7.16) and higher breathing comfort in mask M3 (6.54) based on modified Corlett and Bishop ten point scale.

Transformations of critical attention center

 

 

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Journal Port Science Research

Published by Journal Port Science Research

Huda Yousif Al-Obeidi

The study revolves around what critics and scholars have known as (critical authority), and we start by stating our view of the term. We took the term "critical focus of the curriculum" as an alternative. The critical focus of critic's interest varies according to each approach. As we study this aspect, we must present the critical approaches and their practical movement, and we show our topic according to the emergence and effectiveness of those approaches.
 
 
تدور الدراسة حول ما عرف لدى النقاد والدارسين ب )السلطة النقدية(، وعمدنا بداية إلى بيان وجهة نظرنا من المصطلح الموسوم به فاتخذنا من عبارة )مركز الاهتمام النقدي للمنهج( بديلاً له. وأهميته لا تمنحه الحق بامتلاك سلطة نقدية عليا على مساحة النقد عامة، فلا يمكن أن تُختزَل الجوانب النقدية الاجرائية المتعددة، إرضاء لمعطيات جانب نقدي معين. إن مركز الاهتمام النقدي يتبدل تبعا لكل منهج، فلابد لنا ونحن ندرس هذا الجانب أن نعرض للمناهج النقدية وحركتها العملية، ونعرض لموضوعنا بحسب ظهور وفاعلية تلك المناهج.

 

The use of house arrest as a restraint in the russian criminal proceeding published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

Published by Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Koloskova S.V.; Fetischeva L.M. House arrest is regarded as a tool of humanization of modern criminal policy and criminal proceeding. The problem of using house arrest as a restraint to some privileged participants of criminal proceeding is studied. Some controversial issues of the process of choosing and using house arrest as a restraint are analyzed. It is proposed to introduce the requirement for the obligatory agreement from other people living in the same housing with the accused to use this measure. The victims opinion should be taken into account when making the courts decision on choosing this restraint. It is proposed to legalize the possibility of withdrawing the accuseds international passport as an additional measure of changing his (her) legal status. The problems of possible correction of house arrest regime after its choosing as a restraint are investigated. The distinction between the cases requiring the courts decision to change the house arrest regime and cases of changing this regime without courts decision is drawn. The law enforcement agencies response to violation of the restriction by the accused recorded by means of the technical control devices is analyzed. Some changes in legislation regarding choosing other restraint instead of house arrest are proposed. Some proposals of changing the restraint principles applying to the criminal process, notably simultaneous use of house arrest and bail applied to one accused, are made. The authors conclusions are supported by the examples from the law enforcement practice and data of public opinion polls (among the subjects of criminal proceeding).
Manufacturers Services Perceptions and Viewpoints of Customers in Gulbarga published in

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Prof. S.A. PATIL,DR. M.N.SABLE -
Studies on the allelopathic potential of various crop biomass for controlling weeds in wheat crop published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V.K. VERMA, SANJAI CHAUDHRY, VISHRAM SINGH, A.K. SRIVASTAVA, MOHD. ASLAM AND SOHANVEER SINGH A field experiment was conducted during Rabi season of 2010-11 at Students Instructional Farm of C.S Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur. six crop biomass viz., mustard, field pea, sorghum, maize, rice and wheat straws were incorporated in soil before sowing and their allelopathic potential was compared with weed free and unweeded treatments and analysed on germination and growth of weeds in wheat crop. The crop growth parameters, yield attributes, yield and economics of wheat were also computed. The results obtained shown that mustard straw, sorghum straw and maize straw were more effective to suppress weed germination and growth. The application of mustard straw before sowing registered maximum grain yield of wheat (42.0 q/ha) followed by sorghum straw (41.33 q/ha), maize straw (40.66 q/ha), field pea straw (38.75 q/ha), wheat straw (35.83 q/ha), paddy straw (35.66 q/ha) and minimum grain yield (33.58 q/ha) was noticed in unweeded control treatment. The incorporation of mustard straw, sorghum straw and maize straw registered 25.07 per cent, 23.03 per cent and 21.08 per cent, respectively more grain yield than unweeded control treatment. Allowing weed growth though out crop growth period in unweeded control treatment caused on an average 31.26 per cent reduction in grain yield of wheat i.e. 44.08 q/ha of wheat variety UP 2338 in control in plain zone of Uttar Pradesh

Effect of Capacity Building on Productivity Alcoholic Beverage Companies

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

ESIONE, Uchechukwu Onyeka | Dr. M. N. Okeke

The fast moving pace of business in Nigeria seems to have caught up with the alcoholic beverage sector of the country presumed before now to be controlled by two players. However, with the supply side of value adding employees drying up as our universities are being accused of churning out poorly developed graduates, the demand side may have prompted stiff jostling or even poaching for the few managerial talents available. As a result, looking inwards through capacity building may present a viable way out of the doldrums for all concerned. To address the foregoing challenges, the study therefore examined the effect of capacity building on productivity using the two leading players in the alcoholic beverage manufacturing sector Nigeria Breweries Plc., Lagos and Guinness Nigeria Plc as case study. In line with extant literature capacity building which constituted the independent variable in the study was operationalized in terms of on the job training, off the job training, technological knowledge acquisition and organisational mentorship as its components. Survey design, systematic and stratified sampling techniques were employed to draw a sample of three hundred and sixty 360 respondents comprising 212 58.9 males and 148 41.1 females who participated in the study. Data was collected using validated scales designed for the purpose of this study. Five 5 hypotheses were formulated and tested using simple and multiple regression analysis namely that there is no significant effectss of on the job training, off the job training, technological knowledge acquisition and organisational mentorship on productivity and that there is no significant effect of capacity building on productivity. The results showed that the four dimensions of the independent variable i.e. on the job training, off the job training, technological knowledge acquisition and organisational mentorship effected significantly on productivity in the study population. Furthermore, the multiple regression analysis conducted confirmed these results as capacity building was also found to have effected significantly on productivity. These findings support the notion that enabling employees with the right blend of skills, knowledge, expertise and experience would be in the firm's best productive interests. The study therefore recommended that as the proverbial geese that lay the golden egg, employees should be exposed to on the job training, off the job training, technological knowledge and organisational mentorship. ESIONE, Uchechukwu Onyeka | Dr. M. N. Okeke "Effect of Capacity Building on Productivity Alcoholic Beverage Companies" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23567.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/operations-management/23567/effect-of-capacity-building-on-productivity-alcoholic-beverage-companies/esione-uchechukwu-onyeka
Pergulatan Filosofis Tentang Theisme dan Atheisme published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Sindung Tjahyadi Theisme merupakan salah satu bagian dari kajian Teologi (harafiah: Theos = Tuhan, Logos = ilmu, pemikiran). Theisme sendiri merupakan suatu paham yang meyakini Tuhan itu ada.Argumen-argumen yang dibangun untuk membuktikan bahwa Tuhan itu ada, merupakan bagian dari upaya yang dilakukan oleh Teologi narural. Teologi natural merupakan sebuah usaha unruk memperoleh kesimpulan kesimpulan yang bermakna tentang eksistensi Tuhan yang didasarkan hanya pada pikiran manusia saja. Teologi natural bersandar pada kemampuan-kemamplan kognitif manusia seperti: pengalaman, ingatan, instropeksi, penalaran deduktif, penalaran induktif, dan inferensi, unruk mendapatkan eksplanasi yang paling baik ini berbeda dengan Teologi pewahyuan (revealed theolog) yang mendasarkan arumentasinya pada pernyataan-pernyataan yang dinyatakan telah difirmankan oleh Tuhan atau atas dasar kejadian-kejadian yang dianggap sualu ungkapan dari Tuhan
A Survey on Text Based Clustering published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
S.Chidambaranathan Clustering is the main technique for data analysis and it deals with the organisation of a set of objects in a multidimensional space into cohesive groups called clusters. Every cluster contains closely related objects and has very dissimilar objects in other clusters. Cluster analysis aims at discovering the objects with same behaviour in a collection. Thus, if an object satisfies a rule, the all objects that are similar to that object will satisfy the same rule. With this functionality the hidden similarity, relationship and other concepts can be predicted with respect to the cluster of objects. In this work, we present a survey on text based mining.
HEPATOPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF CANNA INDICA L. RHIZOME AGAINST ACETAMINOPHEN (PARACETAMOL) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
F. Longo*, A. Teuwa1, S. Kouam Fogue, M. Spiteller and L.S. Etoundi Ngoa Self-medication often leads to poisoning the body, especially the liver. Canna indica is a Cannaceae empirically used to treat various types of hepatitis in Cameroon. Liver toxicity was observed four hours after oral administration of a single dose of Acetaminophen (APAP) 400mg.kg-1. Effects of the aqueous extract of the rhizomes at doses 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128mg.kg-1 bw, and that of the antidote N-acetylcystein [Mucomyst] were evaluated in male rats, pre-treated with APAP. Results showed that Canna indica failed to increase rats body weight (P>0.05), normalised rats behaviour (aggression and sensitivity to touch and noise), and provoked a decrease (P<0.001) of the relative liver weight. Canna indica also modelized, at all doses, the liver damages caused by inflammation, through a stimulation of hepatocyte regeneration and a healing of inflamed areas. Its antioxidant effect was revealed by a lower plasma activity of alanine aminotransferase transaminase. The dose 8mg.kg-1 and 16mg.kg-1 showed the most effective activity. The presence of flavonoids and fatty acids, revealed by phytochemical analysis and two bioactive molecules: Carotol and 9-Cedranone (Cedran-9-one) using high performance liquid chromatography, known to posses anti-inflammatory activities, confirms the anti-inflammatory properties of Canna indica. Canna indica at doses comprises between 8 and 16mg.kg-1 bw could be strongly recommended.
NEW REGIMEN OF DOXYCYCLINE IN THE TREATMENT OF MODERATE FACIAL ACNE published in

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Coneac Andrei,Amitoz Singh,Roman Iulia Ioana,Decean Hana,Sfrangeu Camen,Orasan Meda-Sandra Studies have already proved the efficacy of antibiotics in acne patients, but long treatments produce unwanted side effects. The aim of our study was to evaluate a new therapeutic regimen: half a pill of Unidox Solutab (50 mg Doxycycline) / day, during dinner with food and enough water,15 days / month, for three consecutive months. The oral treatment was combined with the daily use of a cleansing gel. 15 patients with moderate acne were recruited from a Private Office of Dermatological Care, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, following reading and signing the informed consent. Evaluation methods: Global evaluation of acne, Global evaluation of scars, Photographic assessment-if patients provided written consent. The results of the study proved the efficacy of the new Unidox administration scheme. Inflammatory acne was reduced by more than 50%-by comparison with Day 0.Our study also showed the safety of the therapy, covering aspects regarding tolerance, compliance and adverse events rate.
Influence of Herbicides on Yield of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L). Moench) in the US Virgin Islands published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Dilip Nandwani Influence of Herbicides on Yield of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L). Moench) in the US Virgin Islands
Air pollution in textile industry published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MEENAXITIWARI AND SUDHA BABEL The textile industry is plagued by air pollution problems which must be resolved. In particular, smoke and odor arising in the process require abatement. Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals, particulate, or biological material that cause harm or discomfort to humans or other living organisms, or damages the natural environment into the atmosphere. Oil mist and organic emissions produced when textile materials containing lubricating oils, platicizers, and other materials that can volatilize or be thermically degraded into volatile substances, are subjected to heat. Processes that can be sources of oil mist include tentering, calendaring, heat setting, drying, and curing. Acid mist produced during the carbonization of wool and during some types of spray dyeing. Solvent vapours are released during and after solvent processing operations such as dry cleaning and volatile organic compounds from mineral spirit solvents in print pastes or inks. Exhaust gases emanate from polycondensation of melt spinning fibre lines. Dust and lint are produced by the processing of natural fibres and synthetic staple prior to and during spinning, as well as by napping and carpet shearing
Transition of diet from mothers chilhood to children and its impact on their health and nutritional status of rural Anganwadi centre published in

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MANOJ KUMAR AND PRAMILA PRASAD Among children between the age of 6 and 59 months, a majority (70%) are anaemic. Nearly 3/4 (75%) of women in India are anaemic. The ICDS scheme was launched on 2nd October 1975 as a centrally sponsored project with one of its core aim to improve the nutritional and health status of pregnant and lactating mothers and children below six years. The main objective of the study was to assess the diet transition from mothers childhood to children and its impact on health and nutrition status of mother and children. There was no any remarkable difference in the diet of the mother and children. The SNP provided to the pre-school children at AWCs fulfils the only partial dietary requirement. Dietary pattern of mother and children showed that Bhat and Sabji was the major food stuff of their diet. There was lack of milk, green leafy vegetable, fruit, pulse and non-vegetarian in diet. Sattu was one of the main foods in diet sources. All mother and children belonged to BPL family; there was lack of availability and accessibility of adequate diet. Due to hardworking of mothers only 28 per cent got morning diet. Only 10 per cent mothers and 28 per cent children were getting adequate diet, resulting 70 per cent mothers underweight and 80 per cent mothers anaemic, whereas, 52 per cent children undernourished. For the improvement of the dietary intake and nutritional status of mother and children of rural areas, improvement of the services of SNP/THR and Nutrition Health Education of ICDS are must
Self Help Groups As An Indespensible & Crucial for Women Empowerement and Deterring Gender Discrimination published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
SK.CHAND BASHA, M.SRINIVASULU After the Modern human being Homo sapienshas been evolved from ape he has been conquering the world with his endless creeping for the resources owing to his modern technological developments he even had his footprints in space all these depicts the point that Man is the giant creature ever present on earth. But then despite his unequivocal development he still follows an irrational and unethical practice known as Gender discrimination since from the ancient times, At this juncture the women are the victims of hegemonic tendencies of men and are subjected to unfair treatment in every sphere of life-social-economicalpolitical which culminates in a life of obliged dependence, unjust and indignity that does not made a true sense of life, Based on this back drop the review paper stipulates that Self Help Groups-SHGS an indispensible and incredible association of women that surely achieves the most anticipated aim of women called women empowerment. Apart from the aforesaid the practice of SHGS also achieves Inclusive growth, financial inclusion, deterring gender discrimination , sustainable development above all it will materialize the concept of qualitative life, The paper reviews about the basic issues of self help groups its working, Padmavathi as an effective role model SHG and deterrence to the uplifting of SHGS. The paper extends its reviews on prudent strategic measures for the holistic development of women leading to Women empowerment that the present globalized world is awaiting for.

Aspect in English and Mugali Rai: A Contrastive Study

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Pakistan Journal of Language Studies

Published by Department of Applied Linguistics, GCUF

Ichchha Purna Rai

The paper attempts to explore the aspect system in Mugali Rai, spoken in Dhankuta district of Nepal by a very few people and compares and contrasts Mugali Rai aspect system with that of English aspect system. There are only two aspects in Mugali Rai, namely, perfect and progressive. Perfect aspect can be categorised into past perfect and present perfect in terms of time dimensions. Similarly, progressive aspect is also categorised into past progressive and present progressive from time dimensions. All types of aspects in Mugali Rai are morphologically marked. On the contrary, aspect system in English is not only morphologically marked. There are several complex constructions using have+past participle, be+present participle, and have+been+present participle for perfect, progressive and perfect progressive, respectively. Mugali Rai has only four structures for aspect whereas English has 17 different types of aspectual structures described in examples (24-40). It is really a challenging job for Mugali Rai learners to conceptualise these different structures. Finally, this paper finds out EFL problems and suggests some pedagogical strategies for teaching and learning English aspect system as a foreign language to Mugali Rai learners.
Keywords: aspect, past progressive, present progressive, past perfect, present perfect

EFFECT OF PROBIOTICS ADDITION AND SHELLAC COATING ON IN-VITRO RELEASE OF FLUOROURACIL FROM GUAR GUM MATRIX TABLETS FOR COLON SPECIFIC DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ghosh PK1, Thakur Namarta2, Rathore MS3* Aim of present research work was to evaluate the effect of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) release from guar gum matrix tablet upon addition of probiotics and shellac coating for development of efficient colon specific drug delivery system. Guar gum matrix tablets (40% guar gum) were prepared and evaluated for drug release. The matrix tablets were formulated with three different probiotics (Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus sporogenes) and drug release was studied. Further, the tablets were also coated with varying concentration of shellac solution (5% or 10% or 15 % w/v). The results showed that tablets coated with 10 % shellac solution were able to retard the drug release for first five hours while these released major portion (above 80%) in phosphate buffer saline (pH 6.8) at the end of 24 hours in the in-vitro drug release studies. From above work it may be concluded that matrix tablets coated with 10 % shellac solution that contain probiotics may be employed successfully for colon specific delivery to ensure maximum drug release at colon even in patients with disturbed gastrointestinal microflora.
Electrochemical Reduction Behavior and Analysis of Aldicarb Sulfone published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
M.Pushpalathaa,P.Chenna Rohini Kumara, K. Balajia, C.Sridevib and C.Suresh Reddy*a Electrochemical reduction behaviour of Aldicarb Sulfone has been carried out, by employing d.c. polarography, cyclic voltammetry (CV) and differential pulse polarography (DPP) in the supporting electrolytes of the pH ranging from 2.0 to 12.0. Differential pulse polarography has been developed for the quantitative estimation of Aldicarb Sulfonein various environmental samples using standard addition method. The nature of electrode process was studied, the number of electrons was evaluated and the reduction mechanism was proposed. Kinetic parameters such as transfer coefficient, diffusion coefficient and heterogeneous forward rate constant are evaluated and reported. Quantitative determination was carried out in the concentration range 1.1510-5 M to 2.2010-8 M using a differential pulse polarographic method with a lower detection limit of 1.810-8 M.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KEY REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF DOSSIERS TO USFDA, WHO, SINGAPORE (ASEAN) WITH EMPHASIS ON APPROVAL OF GENERIC DRUGS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.S. WASKELA, R.N. KANPURE*, B.R. KUMAWAT AND B.K. KACHOULI A field experiment was conducted at Instructional cum Research Fruit Orchard, Department of Fruit Science, College of Horticulture, Mandsaur Madhya Pradesh, to study the effect of micronutrients on growth, yield and quality of guava. Foliar application of zinc sulphate @ 0.75%, significantly increased the shoot length (13.44 cm), leaves per shoot (11.65), shoot diameter (0.52 cm), leaf area (71.60 cm2), fruit length (7.06 cm), fruit width (7.09 cm), number of fruit /plant (164.80), fruit weight (187.18 g), yield per plant (30.90 kg), yield per hectare (85.89 q/h) and all the physico chemical parameters of guava fruits over to other levels of zinc sulphate and control, followed by ZnSo4 @ 0.50%. Magnesium sulphate at 0.75% shows significantly increased the shoot length (12.95 cm), leaves per shoot (11.48), shoot diameter (0.50cm), leaf area (70.81 cm2), fruit length (6.96 cm), fruit width (6.93 cm), fruit volume (175.05 ml), specific gravity (1.040), pulp (96.91%), pulp : seed ratio (32.09), TSS (11.04 oBrix), acidity (0.65%), ascorbic acid (158.24 mg/100g), TSS : acid ratio (16.73), pectin content (0.84%), reducing sugar (3.45%), non reducing sugar(3.45), Total sugar (6.90%), minimum seed (3.09%) and all the yield attributing parameters of guava as over to other level of magnesium sulphate and control. However, magnisium sulphate at 0.50% showed the non significant effects for most of the physico chemical and yield attributing parameters of guava fruits. The combined spray of zinc sulphate @ 0.75% and magnesium sulphate @ 0.75% prove the best for the most of the physico chemical and yield parameters of guava fruits, followed by zinc sulphate @ 0.75% and magnesium sulphate @ 1.0%.
ACCOUNTING ESTIMATE AND FORECASTING OF CAPACITY AND SATURATION DEGREE OF WINE MARKET IN RUSSIA published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
A.N. Ivanov The article determines the capacity of wine market in Russia, makes the development forecast of wine market with a glance to the influence of factors, forming market conditions, and discloses the degree of its saturation.
Development and nutrition composition of functional products prepared using fresh Kulfa (Portulaca oleracea) leaves published in

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VANDANA VERMA, A.R. KUMAR AND ALKA GUPTA Micronutrient malnutrition poses a serious threat to the health of vulnerable groups of population. Kulfa, as an important medicinal plant, high in nutritional value and rich in micronutrient was selected for the study. Products namely, Poha, Raita and Paratha were prepared. Organoleptic properties of products were judged by nine point hedonic scale. Proximate composition, mineral and vitamin content of products were analyzed.
MULTI LEVEL SECURITY ARCHITECTURE FOR NFC ENABLED CAR KEYS published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Suman Chaudhary, Niharika Garg - NFC is incorporation of RFID in smartphones offering a large number of services which can make our lives simple. In this paper, we are going to discuss one such innovation known as NFC enabled car keys. In future we will have cars which will facilitate keyless entry since the key will be present inside the phone and conferred to the car via NFC. It becomes necessary that such a system be secured by multiple authentication steps. The complete system is designed in a manner such that no single fact is sufficient enough for any adversary to drive away the car. Keys and code are distributed so as to make the system more secure. The key manager is involved in the scenario to ease the provision of transferring key Over-The-Air.
Synthesis and Spectral Study, Theoretical Evaluation of new Binuclear Mn (II), Ni (II) and Cu (II) Metal Complexes Derived From Pyrane-2-one and its Biological ActivitySynthesis and Spectral Study, Theoretical Evaluation of new Binuclear Mn (II), Ni (II) and Cu (II) Metal Complexes Derived From Pyrane-2-one and its Biological Activity published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Omar Hamad al-obaidi The new acyclic Schiff base ligand[L]:3,3'-(1E,1'E)-1,1'-(2,2'-azanediylbis (ethane-2,1-diyl)bis(azan-1-yl-1-ylidene))bis (ethan-1-yl-1-ylidene) bis(4-hydroxy-6- methyl-2H-pyran-2-one) derived from condensation of one mole diethylenediamine triamine(dien)with two moles of dehydroacetic acid have behaved tetra dentate dibasic chelating agent with all metal ions understudy. Three bimetallic acyclic polydentate complexes [M2L2]Cl4 ,M=Ni(II), Mn(II) and Cu(II) have been prepared and fully characterized by FTIR, UV-Vis., micro-elemental analysis , as well as the magnetic moments of solid complexes and the measurements of molar conductance in DMSO solution helped us in investigate the chemical structure of bimetallic models. From the results obtained by different techniques, it was found that the proposed structures of the prepared complexes have tetrahedral structure. A theoretical treatment of the formation of complexes in the gas phase was studied; this was done using the HYPERCHEM-6 program for the Molecular mechanics and Semi-empirical calculations. The synthesized compounds were tested for antimicrobial activity by cup plate diffusion method. The results indicate the enhanced activity of metal complexes over the parent ligands.
Impetigo Herpetiformis Persisting in the Lactation Period published in

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Dr. Rohini. P. Gaikwad -
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF VARIOUS PLANT EXTRACTS AGAINST BACTERIAL PATHOGENS ISOLATED FROM URINARY TRACT INFECTION PATIENTS published in

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

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G.M. Satyanarayana, C.T. Jayadeva and H.V. Ramakrishna India's achievements in the field of rural health care delivery have been less than satisfactory and that burden of diseases among the rural Indian population remains high. Recognizing the importance of rural health in the process of economic and social development and necessary architectural correction in the rural health care delivery system to improve the quality of life of the citizens, the government of India has resolved to launch the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM). Indian rural health policies and programs do not address significantly to improve the health status to the desired level due to lack of efficient evaluation system. This study uses Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to evaluate relative efficiency of rural health care programs. A typical statistical approach is characterized has a central tendency approach and it evaluates producers relative to an average producer. DEA is commonly used to evaluate the efficiency of a number of producers. In contrast, DEA compares each producer with only the "best" producers. The technique optimizes the relative efficiency ratio of current inputs over current outputs for each decision-making unit (DMU). The multiple inputs and outputs of heterogeneous rural health programs would be assessed simultaneously and helps to identify whether the programs are performing efficiently or inefficiently when compared to the other existing programs. In this paper, we have focused on the evaluation of programs with particular reference to Chikmagalur District, Karnataka, India.
REPLACEMENTS FOR ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION, COMPUTER SIMULATION MODELS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sanghmitra Priyadarshini*, S.S. Agrawal, Ankur Sood, Shreya Singh, Zaid Naqvi, Ankit Gupta For demonstration of animal experiments of medical and paramedical faculties, a large number of animals are sacrificed every year. Such demonstrations can be humanely presented using computer simulations rather than experimental animals. For example, software 'X-cology: An Interactive CD-ROM for Pharmacology Undergraduates' was developed. It has become increasingly difficult to perform animal experiments, because of issues related to the procurement of animals, and strict regulations and ethical issues related to their use. A number of computer simulation models (CSMs) are available. Interactive demonstrations were conducted to encourage the departmental faculty to use CSMs. CSMs can be used repeatedly and independently by students, and this avoids unnecessary experimentation and also causing pain and trauma to animals. Recently a hybrid model based on the finite element method and on a compartmental biophysical representation of peripheral nerve fibers and intraneural electrodes was developed. Animal experiments were performed using the same stimulation protocol as in the computer simulations in order to rigorously validate the model predictions and understand its limitations. This software displays complete video demonstrations of different procedures like isolation and mounting of animal tissues followed by on screen interactive interface to study the effects of various drugs on the isolated tissues. It simulates / demonstrates experiments causing undue pain to animals. The presentation is made user friendly and self explanatory.
System productivity and soil health in relation to microbial population in organic rice-rice sequence published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
CH. S. KAR , D. K. BASTIA AND S. TRIPATHY Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar-751003, Odisha Field experiments were conducted during 2011-2013 in Organic Block of Central Research Station, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar. The experiment was laid out in a randomized block design with twelve treatments and three replications in kharif season and all the corresponding treatments were the same in summer season except green manuring with Sesbania aculeata. The soil of the experimental site was sandy loam with pH 6.35, BD 1.58 t m-3, PD 2.65 t m-3, high in organic carbon (9.7 g kg-1) and medium in available N-P2O5-K2O (375.0, 34.49 and 221.25 kg ha-1, respectively). Microbial population was highly influenced by organic nutrient management and Biozyme formulations during the crop growing period. Maximum microbial population (Bacteria 1.1 x 107 and 1.08 x 107, Actinomycetes 9.6 x 106 and 9.3 x 106, Fungi 9.6 x 104 and 9.3 x 104 cfu g-1 of soil) was observed at 90 DAT of crop and decreased thereafter. The bacterial, fungal and actinomycetes population during crop growing period had strong positive linear relationship with crop yield (R2 = 0.82 and 0.85, 0.95 and 0.95 and, 0.92 and 0.91 in kharif and summer, respectively). Organic nutrient management and Biozyme formulations expressed conspicuous effect on microbial population which, in turn, resulted in maximum rice yield for treatment receiving Dhanicha + FYM + Vermicompost + BSP + BG + BPPL in kharif (5.09 t/ha) and corresponding treatment receiving FYM + Vermicompost + BSP + BG + BPPL in summer (4.95 t/ha). Soil status after system yield (NP2O5- K2O 358, 36, 229 kg ha-1 ; OC 12.0 g kg-1; pH 6.6; EC 0.115 dSm-1; BD and PD 1.54 and 2.63 t m-3) was very close to or improved from those of initial status of soil.
A Study on Coir Industry With Reference to Coimbatore District published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
G. VIGNESH, Dr. G. CHANDRA SEKARAN The development of coir industry has all along been in areas where there is concentration of coconut cultivation and availability of coconut husks. The coir pith business is facing its downturn recently. In the year 2012 the exports to China, Europe, Germany, Japan and Korea have amounted to a yearly turnover of 400 crores. Recently it cannot meet its demand due to problems in price fixation, raw material shortage, adverse climatic conditions and non cooperation among the workers (Editorial, 2013). Thus the present study was carried out to know the problems of coir industry in Coimbatore district.
Study of cervical cytology, colposcopic abnormality and biopsy findings in 100 HIV infected women. published in

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Koradia T.K, Ragini V, Jagruti A To study cervical cytology, colposcopic abnormality and biopsy findings in 100 HIV infected women.
Marketing Analysis Strategy Organic Rice at UD. Padi Marketing Region Bekasi with Single Agent (Yasin Holistic Super Organic) published in

International Journal of Nusantara Islam

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Euis Dasipah, Is Zunaini Nursinah, Taryadi Taryadi Organic food (organic rice) actually is not something new for Indonesian people. Before "Green Revolution" (1960th), Indonesian farmers have produced rice without using chemical pest and fertilizer (conventional rice). Holistic Super Organic (HSO) rice is one of the brand organic rice, which is sold in Indonesia's market. Usaha Dagang (U.D. Padi) is the company, which is special to produce, and marketing HSO rice. The research is wanted to know marketing strategy HSO rice, especially in district of Bekasi with SWOT analysis. This research used case study methods with held by interview and literature study. The result of analyzing identified that the strengths from U.D. Padi was dominant and the opportunities so on. So, the next plan of marketing's strategy for is Aggressive Strategy. Aggressive Strategy is the effort to maximalize the strengths to get the opportunities optimally. The strengths of U.D. Padi is the especially of product and the distribution strategy which was held with excellent. The opportunities U.D. Padi is the wealth people who was increasing and the distributor channel who was welcome.

Construcción del conocimiento desde la investigación

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Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo (INDTEC)

Oscar Alfredo Rojas Carrasco

Desde el mismo instante en que el hombre de las cavernas sintió la necesidad de comunicar sus vivencias, sus proezas y hasta cómo estaba conformado su entorno, ideó un sistema rústico de dibujos con el que intentaba plasmar todas esas jornadas que surgían del día a día y, de allí, lo que hoy se conoce como arte rupestre, que no sería otra cosa que un incipiente lenguaje escrito que daría pie a las crónicas y a la comunicación como tal.
 
Desde aquellos remotos siglos hasta nuestros días, ha sido mucha la historicidad que se ha ido plasmando a través de diversas modalidades y la necesidad de hacer uso de instrumentos adecuados para mejorar el mensaje entre un emisor y un receptor. Nunca hubo una pausa en ese camino comunicacional. Primero fueron los intentos de alfabetos para trascender a la oralidad, luego vendrían las ideas de avanzada con inventos como el de Johannes Gutenberg (1400-1468) y su prensa de imprenta hasta llegar al sistema de la Informática que nos permite utilizar, hoy en día, una serie de herramientas con tecnología de punta en la información y la comunicación.
Inter Correlation Between ICT Utilization and Farming Performance of Commercial Poultry Farmers of Andhra Pradesh published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.R.HARILAL An expost facto research design followed in the present investigation for which 120 commercial poultry farmers ( 60 layer + 60 broiler farmers) of Rangareddy, Chittoor and East Godavari districts were selected randomly to study the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on farming performance of commercial poultry farmers. The data pertaining to dependent variables viz. ICT utilization and farming performance and independent variables collected with the help of a pre-tested interview schedule developed for the purpose. After collection of data, farmers were divided into three groups based on type of flock i.e. layer farmers, broiler farmers and total farmers for better analysis and presentation of results.

Effectiveness of Cdp-Choline in the Treatment of Slight and Moderate Head Injuries

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Journal of Surgery: Open access

Published by Sci Forschen

Arrotegui JI

Material & Methods: A single blind randomized study has been conducted on 110 patients with mild or moderate head injuries. With the aim of comparing the evolution of those that received only conventional treatment with the evolution of those treated with CDP-choline.

Results: Our results show that CDP-Choline improves patients’ overall progress with regard to the following functions: motor, cognitive and psychic alterations, along with a reduced stay on the ward in relation to the control group.

Conclusion: The Conclusion of our study regarding the use of CDP-choline in Head injuries with GCS between 13-10 insomuch as the symptoms and results obtained is deemed satisfactory.

Socio-Cultural and Political Implications of Environmental Damage published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Bambang Yuniarto The purpose of the study is to analyze the socio-cultural and political implications of environmental damage. The methodology used in the study is qualitative approach, which is a research process to understand and investigate the social or human problem based on the traditions of a particular research methodology. The conclusion from this study, in terms of socio-political aspect, the government should develop the implementation of biocracy/ bio-democracy, which treats nature as a citizen who has the rights to be protected and developed according to its function
Crouzon Syndrome A Rare Case Report published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Ramesh Pandey, Shefali Sharma, Mastan Mukarrab, Santosh Kumar. Background: A 13 year old boy presented with gradual poor grade in his school performance. Parents of the boy were worried because of his deteriorating academic performance and physical appearance. Patient was subjected to thorough clinical examination and Radiological examination and was found to be having features and findings consistent with Crouzon Syndrome. The patient was properly counselled and was lost to follow up after 6 months due to his social and economical constraints.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE GREEN BIOSYNTHESIS SILVER NANO PARTICLES USING DRIED LEAVES OF BOERHAAVIA DIFFUSA L. AND CICHORIUM INTYBUS L. WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR ANTIMICROBIAL POTENTIAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. Bharathi 1, V. Thirumurugan1*, M. Kavitha1, G. Muruganadam1, K. Ravichandran2, M. Seturaman3 Objectives:The green biosynthesis of nanoparticles play a vital role in present day research because of their wider application in many fields of biological science and medicine. The biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles are done using dried leaves of Boerhaavia diffusa (S1) and Cichorium intybus (S2) by reacting these samples with 1mM concentration of silver nitrate. Methods: Characterization are done using UV Spectroscopy, XRD, SEM, EDAX and FTIR, Antibacterial and antifungal studies are carried out for synthesized nanoparticles using two plant sources. Results: UV , XRD, SEM, EDAX and FTIR confirms the formation, crystal structure, size, elemental silver formation and functional group responsible for the capping and stabilization of nanoparticles. Both plants sources are possessed antibacterial and antifungal activities. Conclusion: Boerhaavia diffusa L. and Cichorium intybus L. plant sources have good capabilities for synthesize silver nano particles by biological route. Synthesized nanoparticles by both sources have antibacterial and antifungal properties.
USE OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED MOSQUITOES TO FIGHT DENGUE IN BRAZIL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Clio de Jesus*, Thiago Maciel, Rathna Daisy. Mosquito-borne diseases are one of the major barriers preventing economic progress in the developing world. According to the World Health Organization, 200 million people were victims of malaria in 2010 and 655,000, mostly children, died from it. Dengue fever is believed to affect 50-100 million people per year and results in around 20,000 deaths. Dengue is the most important mosquito-borne, human viral disease in many tropical and sub-tropical areas. In Brazil the disease has been essentially described in the form of case series. Despite the presence of dengue in Brazil since the early 1981s, dengue has become a major public health issue, with a high morbidity and mortality. Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus are the vectors responsible for the transmission of dengue viruses (DENV). The genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes being used in these field experiments and cited alternative methods for dengue control. This technology and its impact to the environment studies have focused on controlling the mosquito populations by genetically modifying the insects. Tactics to protect people in endemic areas such as stopping mosquito bites using insecticides, net and repellents, developing preventive drugs and health education to manage mosquito-borne diseases have not shown full effectiveness.
A NEW RP-HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF FLOUXAMINE, CHLOMIPRAMINE HCL IN ITS BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS published in

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Vinod Kumar.Gongalla* , K. Vanitha Prakash, Ravi Pratap Pulla The objective of the current study was the development of a simple, precise and accurate isocratic reversed-phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography [RP-HPLC] assay method and validated for determination of Flouxamine and Chlomipramine Hcl in capsule dosage forms. Isocratic separation was achieved on a C18 Inertsil ODS (5?, 250mm 4.6mm) with flow rate of 1.0ml/min using UV detection at 230nm. Different mobile phase compositions of pH 3.5 phosphate buffer: ACN (30:70) in order to determine the best conditions for the effective separation and elution of the analytes. The mobile phase consisting of pH 3.5 buffer: ACN (30:70) was selected. The injection volume was 10.0 ?l and the detection was carried out at 254 nm by using photo-diode array detector. The method was validated for specificity, linearity, precision, accuracy, robustness and solution stability. The proposed method was successfully used to determine the drug content of marketed formulation. Keywords: Flouxamine, Chlomipramine Hcl , RP-HPLC,Methanol and Acetonitrile

THE MASCOTA DANCE: AN EXPRESSION OF YBANAG COURTSHIP 

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Bannag: A Journal of Local Knowledge

Published by University of Saint Louis

 Janet C. Daquioag 

Mascota is a wedding dance popularized by the Ybanags in the provinces of Cagayan and Isabela. It is performed by the newly married couple or by the other pairs attending a wedding celebration. However, there are no studies cataloguing the Mascota dance, with its moves, music and costumes. Thus, this study attempted to trace and document the origin of the Mascota dance in order to come up with a clearer definition of the dance in its skeletal form and understand more about its history.  With this documentation, Mascota dance will remain a significant landmark of the Valley’s history and also an initial attempt to preserve and promote this time-honored courtship dance of Ybanags. 

Understanding the Need of Implementation of Lean Techniques in Manufacturing Industries A Review

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

G. K. Kiran Kumar

In competitive environment lean manufacturing is necessary in every industry. Lean production is a standard manufacturing mode of the 21st century All the manufacturing industries have put a continuous efforts for its survival in these current world. In order to handle the critical situations manufacturers are trying to implement new and innovative techniques in their manufacturing process. Later on lean was formulated and developed as the solution to the fluctuating and competitive business environment. Due to rapid change in business environment the manufacturing organization are forced to face challenges and complexities in the competition. The concept of lean manufacturing was developed for maximize the resource utilization and minimize the wastes. The main focus of the lean manufacturing is to satisfy customer demands for high quality and low cost. The technique not only identifies the reasons for waste but also helps in its removal through marked principles and guidelines. Lean Manufacturing is an efficient and fast growing approach in the world of competition. Lean manufacturing utilizes a wide range of tools and techniques the choice of tools is based on the requirement. Many parameters contribute success of lean. Organizations which implemented lean manufacturing have higher level of flexibility and competitiveness. However, lean manufacturing provides an environment that is highly conducive to waste minimization. The majority of the study focuses on single aspect of lean element, only very few focuses on more than one aspect of lean elements, but for the successful implementation of lean the organization had to focuses on all the aspects such as Value Stream Mapping VSM , Cellular Manufacturing CM , U line system, Line Balancing, Inventory control, Single Minute Exchange of Dies SMED , Pull System, Kanban, Production Leveling etc., G. K. Kiran Kumar "Understanding the Need of Implementation of Lean Techniques in Manufacturing Industries: A Review " Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23194.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/23194/understanding-the-need-of-implementation-of-lean-techniques-in-manufacturing-industries-a-review-/g-k-kiran-kumar
AN EFFICIENT TECHNIQUE FOR REMOVAL OF K+ AND MnO4- IONS THROUGH ADSORPTION IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION BY USING ACTIVATED CHARCOAL published in

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Raman K Verma, Rishabh Kapoor, Shailendra Kr. Gupta, Rahul R.Chaudhari Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4) is an oxidizing agent widely used throughout the water industry. It has an effect on the development of a disinfection strategy by serving as an alternative to pre-chlorination or other oxidants at locations in a treatment plant where chemical oxidation is desired for control of color, taste, odor and algae. Potassium Permanganate when exposed in extreme quantity can react with human tissue and causes similar effect as that of acid, it can also cause severe eye irritation on contact and possible burns, may cause chemical conjunctivitis and corneal damage. The objective of this study is to evaluate the ability of activated charcoal to retain Potassium Permanganate ions (K+ and MnO4-) through adsorption in an aqueous solution. On the laboratory scale length of unused bed and equilibrium concentration was found out keeping in mind various parameters like effect of temperature, effect of concentration of adsorbate and flow rate of adsorbate for the removal of KMnO4 ions from water. The isotherm data was verified with the Langmuir adsorption isotherm as well as Freundlich adsorption isotherm equations.
SUBSTANTIATION OF STRATEGIC ORIENTATION FOR FORMING REGIONS COMPETITIVENESS DUE TO IMPROVING ITS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Vitaliy Voitsekhivsky The modern conditions of transformational changes and reinforcement of local government mechanisms make actual the problem of forming an efficient regional investment policy. The policy should consider comprehensively the level of economic development and investment potential of regions. Today, therefore, the question of forming regions competitiveness is of great importance, as the opportunity to develop its competitiveness by investments attracting. Competitiveness is a complex phenomenon, which is characterized by the influence of many factors. Competitiveness estimation of the region will be incomplete without its investment opportunities evaluation. Goal of research is revealing the main problems of investment activity development in Ukraine that affect the investment potential of the regions. The article is devoted to the peculiarities of investment activity in Ukraine, especially to investment potential of the regions. Attention is focused on the problem of irregular regional growth in the country, which leads to differences in the investment potential of regions and is caused by different groups of factors. Active measures of investment activity are proposed. The ways of increasing the investment activity of Kyiv region are intersected with national interests. However, the regional advantages should be considered: proximity to the political center, developed transport infrastructure and border location. Today investment activities in Ukraine are improved but still measures for increasing investment attractiveness of the regions are not sufficient.
GENERALIZED FORMULA IMPOSSIBLE RATIOS FERMS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elvira Alekseyevna Motorova;Viktor Borisovich Motorov . According to the theorem of Ferma.
ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF PAPAIN HYDROLYSATES OF OYSTER MUSHROOM (PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS) PROTEIN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.Sundaram Meignanalakshmi*, Huldah,J., Palanisammi. A and Dhinakar Raj,G In the present study Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) protein has been isolated and concentration of protein was found to be 12.4mg/ml by biuret method. The total protein was hydrolysed by papain. 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl radical scavenging activity and superoxide free radical scavenging activity of total protein and papain hydrolysate were analysed. Papain hydrolysate was found to be having highest 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl and superoxide free radical scavenging activity and was purified by using HPLC. Out of four fractions obtained, fraction 2 was found to be having highest 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl radical scavenging activity of 93.69% and 93.44% of superoxide free radical scavenging activity at 1mg/ml concentration.
EDUCATION DETERMINES THE HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE ON THE STROKE PATIENTS OF THE NATIONAL STROKE HOSPITAL, WEST SUMATERA, INDONESIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Lailaturrahmi1, Armenia*1, Khairil Armal2 and Akmal2 Background: HRQoL is a comprehensive assessment method to understand the disease burden of stroke patients. This study determine the association between social demography characteristics (gender, age, education, and occupation) with HRQoL of the hypertensive stroke patients with or without other comorbidities. Method: The research was conducted between March to May 2014. An amount of 155 patients were participated in this study. The patients were interviewed by using Stroke Specific Quality of Life (SSQoL) questionnaire that has been translated to Indonesian to determine the HRQoL score. Data of patients gender, age, education, and occupation were collected by interviewing the patients whiched were confirmed by their medical records. T-test and one-way ANOVA were used to analyze the relationship between social demography characteristics of hypertensive stroke patients with their HRQoL. The 95% confidence intervals was taken for the significance. Results: Education level significantly affected the HRQoL score (p<0.05), while gender, age, and occupation were not significantly influenced the HRQoL score (p>0.1). Patients who completed the education in senior high school possessed the highest HRQoL score and the patients with lower level of education had lower HRQoL score. Conclusion: The HRQoL of the stroke patients is determined by their level of education, but not by gender, age, and occupation.
Optimization of Culture Conditions to Enhance Polyethylene Enzyme Production by using Pseudomonas published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
G.Latha, V.Ambikapathy, A.Panneerselvam In the present research work, Pseudomonas was isolated from mangroves of pichavaram.Screening was performed with the help of clear zone method. LDPE act as a sole carbon source for the production of polyethylene degrading enzyme. Mineral salt medium was used for the production of enzyme. Enzyme assay was performed to nullify the producing ability of microorganisms. Protein content of the enzyme also calculated. The activity of enzyme production was optimized with the study of culture condition like, incubation time, temperature and pH. The maximum activity was showed in pH 7.5and at temperature 35? C after two days of incubation period. The goal of this work was to enhance the polyethylene degrading enzyme production by pseudomonas to be applied in the enzymatic degradation of polyethylene in future.

Significance of Catalyst Terminologies in Management Publications

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mohd Ridzuan Nordin | Haizal Hussin

The article report on the findings of study on the significance of catalyst related terms used in management publications. This study adopted the qualitative research methods using the content analysis of publications containing catalyst related term such as catalysts, catalytic leader and organisational catalyst. Catalyst related terms are being used to describe organisation related transformations. The most common reactants are Organisation, Process and Follower. The most commonly used catalysts are Process and Leader. This illustrate the importance of process improvement and leadership in driving organisation improvement. The findings indicate the significance of catalyst related terms in management publications to describe organisational transformation. Mohd Ridzuan Nordin | Haizal Hussin "Significance of Catalyst Terminologies in Management Publications" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21361.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/other/21361/significance-of-catalyst-terminologies-in-management-publications/mohd-ridzuan-nordin
GASTRO-RETENTIVE FLOATING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM CONTAINING ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUG AN OVERVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ghorpade Prafull* Kamble Shrenik The purpose of writing this review on gastro retentive floating drug delivery system was to compile the recent literature with special focus on the principal mechanism of floatation to achieve gastric retention. Hypertension is one of the world?s major diseases.It currently affects an estimated143 million people worldwide and the number is growing rapidly. Research is directed towards overcoming physiological adversities such as short gastric residence time (GRT) & unpredictable gastric emptying time (GET). These systems will be very much useful to deliver narrow absorption window? drugs. Four technologies have involved a substantial number of human clinical trials: floating, mucoadhesion, density modification, and expansion. The floating drug delivery system can remain in the gastric region for several hours via float on the gastric contents and hence significantly prolong the gastric residence time of drugs.In the recent years, scientific and technological advancement have been made in the research and developed of novel drug delivery system. By overcoming physiological troubles such as short gastric residence time and unpredictable gastric emptying times, oral route is the most preferable route of administration but it has certain limitation for those drugs which absorb from upper part of GI tract or having narrow absorption window. The bioavailability of these drugs by increasing the residence of the dosage form in the stomach. The gastric residence time of the dosage form can be improved by formulating them as floating drug delivery system. The current and recent development of stomach specific antihypertensive drug formulated as floating drug delivery system is discussed in this review.
A Comparative Study of Opportunities, Growth and Problems of Women Entrepreneurs published in

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Dr. Vinod Krushnarao Gawande A Study has been carried out to understand the opportunities, growth and problems of women in business in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Union Territory of Chandigarh. Besides, an attempt has been made to identify the basic problems faced by them in dealing with family and the society. Chi-square test has been used for analysis of the economic performance of women entrepreneurs. The parameters of the study include the amount of financial leverage taken, rate of growth, their market share and the various sources of finance. Similarly, the financial support provided by the banks & other financial agencies has also been analysed in order to get an idea about their financing needs & fulfillment of the same.
BUTACHLOR INDUCED OXIDATIVE AND HORMONAL IMBALANCE CORRELATED WITH OVARIAN ANOMALIES IN FRESH WATER INDIAN CAT FISH CLARIAS BATRACHUS (LINN.): SEM STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Prakriti Verma* and G. B. Chand Fresh water Indian cat fish Clarias batrachus (Linn.) were exposed to Butachlor 2 chloro-N-(2-6 diphenyl) acetamide exposure at a dose of 1.5?l/L for 5, 10 and 15 days respectively. At the termination of each exposure blood samples were collected and analysed for serum Lipid peroxides (LPO), reduced glutathione (GSH), Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and Estradiol level as per standard method of WHO. The ovarian tissues were fixed in chilled (4C) 2.5% gluteraldehyde followed by its post fixation in 1% OSO4 in 0.1 M Phosphate Buffer at pH 7.2. The tisssues were further processed for SEM studies. The results showed a significant (p<0.01) increase in LPO level and simultaneous decrease in GSH level of fish. A significant decrease in serum TSH and significant (p<0.05) increase in serum estradiol were reported. Ultra structure of ovarian cells showed grooves, papillae and protuberances on the surface of the oocytes. Hence it can be concluded that butachlor sets in a wave of oxidative and hormonal imbalance leading to gonadal atrophy in fish.
Nutritional evaluation of mid day meal in selected Govt. School in Ghaziabad District (India) published in

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PALLAVI GUPTA, KANCHAN KULSHETRA AND RITA BAKSHI Assessments of food intake for 150 Government school children 5-13 years of age were performed at a time. Date of birth, sex, weight, height and questionnaire about MDMS programme was taken at the time of field work. Data collection was obtained by using performa having set of questions and interviews. Nutritional value of mid day meal programme at Ghaziabad (U.P.) was analyzed in terms of calories, protein, calcium, Vitamin A, Vitamin-B, Vitamin-C, iron, fat, riboflavin, niacin, carbohydrate, fiber, sodium. The mean values of the above nutrients had been calculated and were found as follows : Calories- 458.12 (S.D.=33.31), protien-10.58 (g) (S.D.= 4.35), calcium-40.18 (S.D.= 22.72), Vitamin A-31.03 (S.D.=28.78), Vitamin B-0.11 (S.D.=0.02), Vitamin-C(mg) 6.57 (S.D.=4.68), iron-2.90(mg) (S.D.=2.18), fat-5.26(g) (S.D.= 2.15), riboflavin-0.05 (S.D.=0.01), niacin-2.00 (S.D.= 0.72), carbohydrate-92.01 (S.D.= 8.89), fiber (g)-0.85 (S.D.= 0.55), sodium-684.78(mg) (S.D.= 298.94).
A Study of the Relationship Between Selected Demographic Factors and the Amount of Premum Paid by Women Life Insurance Policy Holders published in

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Dr. CHITRALEKHA H. DHADHAL Some decades back, women going out of their homes and working either to financially support their families or to earn a livelihood was unthinkable and considered a social taboo in India. But now the scene has changed and so has the position of women in society. This paper attempts to know the Amount of Annual Premium paid by working women life insurance policy holders and its relationship with selected demographic factors like, Educational Qualification and Monthly Income, respectively. The findings indicate that nearly 48% of the respondents pay an Annual Premium between Rs 5,000-10,000 and 42% - below Rs.5000. Only 2% pay Annual Premiums of More than Rs.50,000. It was found that though Educational Qualification of the respondents had no significant relationship with the Amount of Annual Premium paid by working women life insurance policy holders of Rajkot City, their Monthly Income had.

Network Monitoring System for University

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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San San Lwin | Cho Cho Myint | Win Win Maw

Network monitoring system plays a significant role in the network security and management. Network monitoring refers to the observation on the events, happening through the network with the aim of providing a secure and persistent network. However, many small and medium sized organizations and Universities prefer to escape from this fact. The most important reason for University is that they do not have professional network administrators to be able to use the available network monitoring system. This avoidance would cost them a lot of funds or even failure in capital, in case of network failure. The proposed network monitoring will solve this problem because of its ease of use as well as providing all the required functionalities for monitoring a network. So, the advantage of using the proposed system would be able to use by students and teachers who have just basic understanding of using computer applications. According to this fact, this application could be used for small and medium sized organizations and Universities, in case of not having professional network administrators.
 
BY San San Lwin | Cho Cho Myint | Win Win Maw "Network Monitoring System for University"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22768.pdf
 
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Morphology af Endometrial Metaplasias and Related Reactive Changes: A Prospective Study published in

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DR. NEETHU G.V, DR. JAYASHREE G.PAWAR Introduction: Endometrial metaplasias comprise a morphologically heterogeneous group of proliferations and differentiations found in eutopic and ectopic endometrium involving epithelium and stroma. The aim of the present study was 1. To study the pattern and relative incidence of endometrial metaplastic lesions and reactive changes. 2. To study their association with different lesions in female genital tract. Methodology: Endometrial curettings were processed as such. Fixation was done in 10% buffered formol saline. After tissue processing multiple 4-5mm thick paraffin sections were stained with Haematoxylin and eosin. Microscopic features were analyzed. Results: Among 63 cases which showed endometrial metaplasias ciliated metaplasia was the commonest with 33 cases (52.38%), common age group was 40-49 yrs (46.02%). Conclusion: In the present study ciliated metaplasia was the commonest and most commonly associated with simple endometrial hyperplasia. Hence hormonal stimuli are the main inducing factors for metaplasias.
Effect of Thickness on Structural, Optical and Electrical Properties of Chemically Grown Cd0.825pb0.175s Thin Films published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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M. A. Barote1*, A. A. Yadav2 and E. U. Masumdar2 Thin films of Cd0.825Pb0.175S with different thicknesses have been deposited onto amorphous glass substrates using simple and low-cost chemical bath deposition technique. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis of the as-deposited films shows polycrystalline nature. Energy dispersive analysis by X-ray (EDAX) confirms the sulphur deficit films. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) studies show that, the deposited films are well adherent and grains are uniformly distributed over the surface of the substrate. The studies on optical properties show that the direct band gap value decreases from 2.13 eV to 1.72 eV as thickness varied from 1.22 ?m to 2.75 ?m The electrical conductivity and thermoelectric power (TEP) measurements have been carried out in 300-500 K temperature range. The activation energy is found to be thickness dependent and it varies in the range of 0.127-0.168 eV at low temperature range and 0.421-0.514 eV at higher temperature. Semiconductor behavior has been observed from the electrical conductivity measurements. The thermoelectric power measurements reveal that films exhibit n-type conductivity.

A Review on Civil Structural Optimization

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Dinesh Kumar Suryavanshi | Dr. Saleem Akhtar

Reinforced Concrete RC slab is the key structural component and is used in houses to provide flat surfaces floors and ceilings . Concrete slabs are effective systems where putting columns interrupts the structures Audiences, parking lots, hotels, airports, etc. serviceability to cover the lengthy spans. From the economic point of view the total cost optimization of RC slabs is very important issue and must be the prime concern of structural optimization in near future. In recent past, metaheuristic optimization algorithms have been applied to many structural problems, and RC slabs are no exception as a result a number of articles on RC slabs optimization have been published. This paper presents firstly presents a brief overview of four type of slabs Simply Supported, One end Continuous, Both end Continuous, and Cantilever , then describes the optimization algorithms and finally presents a review of some of the recent literatures related to the RC slab optimization. Dinesh Kumar Suryavanshi | Dr. Saleem Akhtar "A Review on Civil Structural Optimization" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25232.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/25232/a-review-on-civil-structural-optimization/dinesh-kumar-suryavanshi

Health Equity in Developing Countries: A Need for Effective and Responsive Public Service Delivery to Improve Access to Health Services published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Rohini V Shinde In developing countries, there exist health disparities, due to various social inequalities prevailing among several socially disadvantaged groups. The causes for such health disparities are multi dimensional. The paper, however, considers, 'The access to health' as one of the major social determinants of health, and discusses the problem of accessibility among various groups of society like children, women, urban poor and tribal populations. The paper further treats the mechanism of public service delivery as a mean to improve the access to health. Later, it moves on building a meaningful relation between the public services delivery and the Health equity. While doing so, the paper discusses the changing paradigm and various models of public service delivery in the context of changing socio-economic and political scenarios, and the way it could be changed or modified to assure fair and just distribution of health services, to all sections of society, according to their needs and requirements. The paper has reviewed the significant literature pertaining to the key concepts and has synthesized the relevant ones, in an order to build a discussion around public service delivery, enhanced access to health care and increasing health equity.
Design And Construction of a Cost Effective Precision Prototype Portable Spirometer published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Mohsen Ahmadi, Faezeh Sadat Mousavi Spirometery is the most essential part of any pulmonary function study and provides the most information. In spirometery, a device called spirometer is used to measure certain dynamic lung volumes. These volumes are determinants of some respiratory diseases. The two most important dynamic volumes measured are Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) and Forced Expiratory Volume in the first second (FEV1) of expiration [1]. The aim of this work is to design and develop a cost effective, user-friendly spirometer that uses sophisticated technology and measures the dynamic volumes with precision. It is robust and portable, yet, one can manufacture it easily. The device is programmable and can incorporate new trends and ideas in spirometry with little effort. People in less affluent countries can benefit from this technology immensely
Pleomorphic Adenoma : 2 Case Report With Review of Literature published in

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Dr. Ravi Shekhar, Dr. M.N.Ghatage, Dr. A.S.Joshi, Dr. R.M.Kulkarni, Dr. A.D.Chougale Pleomorphic adenoma is the most common neoplasm of the minor salivary glands which are uncommon among the entire salivary gland tumors. The lower lip is a very rare site of occurrence for pleomorphic adenoma and most common is post auricular region. We intended to present two cases of pleomorphic adenoma one of the lower lip, rarest one and one of the post auricular region ,commonest one.
Atmospheric Deposition of Heavy Metals in Urban Environment (Indore) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Asutosh Kumar Pandey* The atmospheric deposition of seven heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Cr, Ni, Zn, Mn, and Cu,) at Indore. Based on the traffic density and preliminary air quality data, the city was categorized into four different zones namely, heavy traffic zone (Zone I), commercial zone (Zone II), residential zone (Zone III) and suburban zone (Zone IV). Three sampling stations were selected in each zone. Zone I include Bhawarkua Road, A.B road and Siaganj railway station area. Zone II is characterized by the city centre including Rajwada, Jawaher Marg and Sapna Sangeeta Road. R.N.T. Marg, Subhash Marg and M.G. Road areas have been included in Zone III and Ranjeet Hanuman Road, Bijasen Road and Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Campus represent Zone IV. Particulate samples were collected from all the 12 urban and suburban locations of Indore using deposition collectors and metal concentrations were determined using atomic absorption spectrophotometer. On the basis of heavy metals deposition rates, different zones considered in this study can be ranked in decreasing order as heavy traffic zone> commercial zone> residential zone> sub urban areas. Distributions of air borne heavy metals were correlated with meteorological variables such as temperature, relative humidity and wind velocity.
FACTORS AFFECTING EXPOSURE OF HIV/AIDS AMONG SCHOOL YOUTH, METTU TOWN, SOUTH WEST ETHIOPIA published in

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Zenebu Begna Bayissa*1, Ebisa Negara2, Geremew Tolesa2, Gobezie Temesgen Tegegne1 Back ground: Young people between the age of 15 and 24 years are both the most threatened population, accounting for half of all new cases of HIV and the greatest hope for turning the tide against AIDS. Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess factors influences school youth exposure to HIV/ AIDS, in the study area. Methods: School based cross-sectional study was employed. Sample size was determined by using single population proportion formula and four hundred twenty three youths from grade nine to twelve was selected by Simple random sampling technique from registration books. Self administered questionnaires were employed. All explanatory variables that were associated with the outcome variable during bivariate analysis were included in the final logistic model. A multivariate logistic regression analysis was made to identify factors that influence school youths exposure to HIV/AIDS at the p-value of < 0.05. Result: In this study 51 (12.9%) of the respondents reported that they practiced sexual intercourse. All students engaged in sexual activity, 51 (100%) reported to have one sexual partner. All students were aware of HIV/AIDS and all of them knew that HIV is transmitted through sexual intercourse. Condom utilization, having sexual intercourse, drinking alcohols and smoking were found to be the independent predictor for HIV/AIDS. Conclusion and recommendation: It was concluded that school youths have risky behaviors like beginning sexual intercourse earlier, low proportion of condom use, alcohol consumption and smoking. So that education on sexual issue should be given by all concerned bodies.
A study on living status of elderly in western Maharashtra published in

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RAJKUMAR M. KAMBLE AND M.B. PATIL Geriatric population is increasing day by day due to many responsible factors. However, their change in nutritional and health status directly correlates with living status. Hence, the present investigation was taken into account to evaluate the socio-economic, health and psychological status of elderly from Western Maharashtra. A pilot study has been conducted to collect the data in Kolhapur, Sangli and Satara city. 60 elderly persons having the age above 60 years were interviewed using the self-structured questionnaire. The mean age of the study population was recorded as 66.5 years. Nearly 70 per cent elderly were found married and 90 per cent elderly noted literate. Most of the elderly have good familiar relationship and all of them received care, love, security in their family. Even if the elderly are depend upon the family members, they actively involved in decision making process of family. Major chronic health problem of elderly were reported as blood pressure (75 %), diabetes (30 %), heart disease (40 %). Elderly were found a positive attitude towards their elderly life and they didnt have feeling of loneliness. These indicators are quite satisfactory when compared with the elderly of other developed country.
INCIDENCE OF MUPIROCIN RESISTANT MRSA IN CLINICAL SAMPLES FROM A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN NAVI MUMBAIA NEWER THREAT IN MANAGEMENT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anahita Hodiwala1*, Harapriya Kar2, Vivek Shrivastav3 Background: Detection of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in clinical samples continues to be important, since infections due to MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus) have a high morbidity and mortality. Mupirocin is a topical antibiotic used to treat and control spread of MRSA. The existence of mupirocin resistance among MRSA is a cause of concern. Methods: All MRSA strains were identified using standard microbiological techniques and their susceptibility was tested using 5?g and 200 ?g disc using disc diffusion method. Results: Out of 240 S. aureus isolates, 172 were found to be hospital acquired and 68 were community acquired strains. It was seen that MRSA amongst hospital acquired isolates was 7% and amongst community acquired was 6 %. Maximum number of S. aureus was isolated from pus samples i.e. 122/240 (50.8%) followed by urine i.e. 20/240 (8.3%). Community acquired S. aureus isolates showed maximum sensitivity to Ampicillin, Amoxycillin, Linezolid, Vancomycin and Netillin, on the other hand hospital acquired S. aureus isolates exhibited high degree of resistance to Ampicillin and Amoxycillin. Out of 240 S. aureus strains, 16 were MRSA (6.66 %). Out of 16 MRSA, highest number of isolates i.e. 12 (75%) were from blood. 04 MRSA were isolated from community and 12 were from hospital setting. Conclusion: The rising incidence of Mupirocin resistance can be a matter of concern because there are not many effective alternatives for mupirocin resistant strains. Indiscriminate uses of antibiotics have lead to emergence of many resistant clones of bacteria making treatment more and more difficult with each passing day. Hence a detail study is required with regard to proper antibiotic usage to find out the different resistance patterns amongst isolates.
A Study on Women Entrepreneurship in Non-Descript Rural Fish Markets published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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BandlaSeshagiri, Chintada Satyavathi, Yadamareddy Sravanthi Women have proved to be competent in adopting and executing various aquaculture operations successfully but their role remains often ignored or under rewarded.Current study on role of women in nondescript rural fish markets revealed that 56% of retail fish trade and 100% of fish processing is undertaken by fisherwoman demarking their vocation nearly equal between trading and processing. Average sales of 4 MT of fish per day was recorded in nondescript rural fish markets with each fisherwoman selling 450 kg fish per day who was further assisted by two women in cleaning and processing before handing over the fish to the consumer. Most of the fisher women rural fish markets were illiterate. Fisherwomen in the productive age group of 26-45 have taken fish marketing as vocation in order to augment family income. Unity of women for generating communal enterprise is a significant marketing strategy to avoid infiltration and exploitation by middlemen. Incentivizing market networks, advisory services and cold chains not only reduce drudgery but also enhance trading potentials of fisherwomen in rural markets.
Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (SPIONS): The King in The Cosmos of Multimodal OncoNanotheranostics. published in

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Jagat R Kanwar There is an extensional necessity for the major amelioration of hybrid multimodal nanotheranostics, that can offer ulterior theranostic possibilities in the field of nano oncology. Novel class of nanotheranostic medicines certainly warrant more throughput therapeutic abilities in comparison with conventional platforms. One such platform that dawned in the era of existing treatment efficacies is superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONS) nanotheranostics. SPIONS are approved by food and drug administration, USA (FDA), safe, biocompatible and exhibit astounding capabilities in prominence,in realms of (1) diagnostic and prognostic platforms nanofluidic lap on chip devices, nanoarray systems, nanosensors, (2)targeted multimodal drug delivery and live imaging strategies pH responsive drug release, tumour oxygen and hypoxic sensors, locked nucleic and chimeric aptamer conjugates,fluorescence and bioluminescence approaches, ribonucleic acid interference (RNAi) technology, antibodies, nanobodies magnetic guided therapy, sonophoto dynamic therapy (SPDT) ultrasound and infrared laser, photodynamic therapy (PDT), photothermal therapy (PTT), radio imaging and therapy(RIT), photoacoustic imaging(PAI), magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound therapy (MRI + US), positron emission tomography(PET), single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT).In turn, variant therapeutic abilities of SPIONS congregate to offer interactive therapeutic feedback monitoring over a time period, opening new vistas for personalised cancer nanomedicine.
Neuroscience and Neuro-cognitive Rehabilitation published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

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Afsaneh Zarghi Cognitive rehabilitation is a group of designed techniques that is for the promotion of cognitive domains in people with disease or disability. Cognitive rehabilitation therapy (CRT) is the science of restoring cognitive processing and learning compensatory strategies and it affects the molecular and cellular recovery rehabilitation by integration of behavioral and cognitive changes. The promotion of rehabilitation science of cognitive neuroscience has made it a priority by the help of full range of effected interventional procedures. And it has been able to achieve the desired goals in the chain of theoretical and experimental science on the basis of behavioral interventions which is made of neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, psychology, physiology, pharmacology, medical imaging, and other medical disciplines and achieved some success in compensatory and medical strategies after surgery. Cognitive impairment after brain surgery is huge health challenges beyond the common disorders associated with diseases. Our approach to CRT is on the assumption that treatment would be the most effective way when focusing on the cognitive sub-systems after neurosurgery and these are also affected by other aspects of life as a patient emotions, nutrition, health, stress, and social performance. Intervention in the passive skills can lead to neuro-cognitive rehabilitation that includes designed experience on the basis of nerve and brain function and structure. A failure of cognitive or brain processing during or after surgery is an abnormal result and these impairments are treated better with CRT. This method on the basis of neuroplasticity, reorganization of damaged cortical through morphological and physiological responses of nerve reconstruction ways by techniques in neuro-cognitive disorders due to illness, injury or disability, even in healthy individuals which are affected by environment, the complexity of stimulation, repeated tasks and motivation. Keywords: Neuroscience, Neuro-cognitive, Rehabilitation
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS NEW TREND IN BUYING MOTOR CYCLES in Rayalaseema Region, AP published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Delli Kumar. Koti The key success of automobile industry lies not only having good products but also in being able to provide the customer with their desire satisfaction level because of increasing competitiveness in the Indian automobile industry. Almost all manufacturers have invested valuable resource on customer satisfaction and product promotion as a tool of maximizing the sales and capturing the maximum market share. Moreover a large portion of society depends upon two-wheelers for transportation and travel, therefore the relationship between the customers and the market players must be established and explored to make the marketing effort fruitful and profitable. Performance plays a major role in prompting the consumers to at least enquire about the product and on a optimistic note (successful), to purchase the product. This study has been conducted to know the factors influencing the customer to purchasing motor cycle and to know the reasons to choose the motor cycle .It s based on the response of 150 customers.
A Study on Entrepreneurial Tendencies of Undergraduate Women Students A Case Study on St. Josephs College for Women (Autonomous), Visakhapatnam published in

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Dr. P. Bhushanavathi, Dr. P. Sarada, Capt. K. Sujatha Social and economic development of women is necessary for overall economic development of a nation. Women are also the key contributors to economic advancement in low and middle income families in India. Despite the government providing direct and indirect support, women in India are not ready to undertake business independently. As compared to men, women are less inclined to start business units due to some inherent fear and lack of motivation and social support. But now entrepreneurial tendencies of women are gradually changing with the growing sensitivity to their role and economic status in the society. Womens level of optimism and self confidence in starting a business is highly influenced by the economic, cultural and social norms of their native society. This study is a preliminary investigation aimed at identifying the factors responsible for motivating a woman student to take up entrepreneurship and establishing relationship between socio-economic status of women studentsand their entrepreneurial tendencies. Purpose of this empirical study is to identify and establish the various motivating and de-motivating internal and external factors contributing toentrepreneurial tendencies in undergraduate women students. It also includes an attempt to quantify the factors and to give ranking to these factors. Since todays women students could be tomorrows women entrepreneurs, final year students of Science and Arts faculties of St. Josephs College for Women (Autonomous) have been chosen as the sample for conducting this study. This study finds that lack of innovative thinkingalong with fear of failure and a curriculum that promotes entrepreneurial tendencies are the main reasons for women students to abstain from developing entrepreneurial tendencies.
AGRICULTURAL LABOUR AND LIVELIHOODS - A STUDY IN NELLORE DISTRICT published in

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M. Chinnaswamy Naidu,Mr. M. Rama Mohan,Dr. G. Prathap Agricultural labourers occupy the lowest place in the socio-economic structure of the rural setup. Mostly these persons belong to the SCs, STs and BCs. They have no resource base and are mostly landless. As a fact that small and marginal tenants cultivated 73 percent of the operational holdings as against 23 percent of work as agricultural labourers on the holdings of middle and upper class land holders. Tenants having large holdings mostly depend on agricultural labourers for cultivation. Since they are unorganized and have irregular employment potential for their livelihood, it is the duty of the State to provide opportunities for employment to them. Their livelihood is based on agricultural operations or activities which are incidental to the agricultural operations subsequent to harvesting and therefore in the absence of timely State help, they may become bonded or attached labourers.
INSTANT TREATMENT BY EPIGENETIC BIOMARKER published in

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Chandan Kumar, Priyanka Gaur, Sandeep Bhattacharya The wealth of latest data and knowledge relating to epigenetics obtained in recent years highlights a vibrant future for epigenetics research. It involves the integration of high-throughput sequencing technologies and the means to maintain and manipulate the large amount of data produced by sequencing epigenomes. As more epigenetic markers are associated with specific diseases and tools can be developed to diagnose patients and gauge the severity of disease. There is also great concern in therapeutic epigenetics many drugs, such as DNA methyltransferase inhibitors and histone deacetylase inhibitors are already used in cancer treatment. It is a very exciting time to study epigenetic, and this field of research has the potential to completely transform medicine and greatly improve human live
Ontogenesis of the vocal activity of children of the sixth year of life published in

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??lmykova L.O. The article deals with the actual psycholinguistic problem related to the vocal activity of children of a pre-school age; it shows the existed ways in researching the child's speech; presents the authorial understanding of vocal activity and regularities of its development in senior preschoolers. Key words: vocal activity, ontogenesis, regularities of the development of vocal activity, vocal aims, vocal intentions, vocal aim formation, internal programming, grammatical structuring.

Task Environment and Organisational Responsiveness in Nigerian Banks

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Umelue, Ogochukwu Gloria | Akwaeze, Alex Emeka

The study examined the effect of organizational responsiveness on environmental challenges, with the core objective of ascertaining the responsiveness of the banks to environmental challenges in Nigeria. The survey study adapted a structured questionnaire to generate data that were analyzed using simple percentages and Pearson correlation analytical tools. Results showed that customers, competitors and suppliers are the major task environmental forces that influence the banks, while planning, forecasting, changing of domain and lobbying are measures through which the banks respond to the challenges of the task environment. The study concludes that all the task environment is a threat to the provision of financial services by banks in Nigeria. The study recommends that bank management should devise strategy that will take advantage of the opportunity and counter threats emanating from the environment, as well as set up mechanism for collecting relevant information and managing the dynamic nature of the environment. Umelue, Ogochukwu Gloria | Akwaeze, Alex Emeka "Task Environment and Organisational Responsiveness in Nigerian Banks" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23833.pdf
 
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Perchlorate Removal Methods and Effect of Environmental Factors on its Biodegradation published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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J.R Anoop Raj1* and L. Muruganandam2 There is a persistent emergence of human health and ecological assessment issues associated with perchlorate (ClO4-) and it is observed that even at extremely low concentration causes serious health implications on human being. It is used in rocket fuels, fireworks, explosives and other applications were an energetic oxidant is required. The existence of ClO4- as a contaminant in effluent water, ground water and drinking water is of particular concern and its unique physical and chemical properties makes challenging to treat. Hence there is an urge to develop technologies for perchlorate remediation in contaminated water or contaminated sites. This review deals with ClO4- removal methods and various environmental factors which affects on its degradation. This also summarizes the possible methods for the efficient removal of ClO4- and their feasibility study. The various bench scale studies on the removal of ClO4- in water and the effect of pH, temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen (DO), acetate, nitrate, nitrite, molybdenum, sulphate, iron and rhenium on microbial degradation of ClO4- are also discussed. Improper disposal and usage of inefficient treatment techniques results in the bioaccumulation of ClO4- to the environment. Microbial mediated treatment is the most cost effective method in which the initial biomass level, influent perchlorate/acetate ratio, pH, presence of nitrate/nitrite, presence of oxygen scavengers like sulphide, salinity, presence of dissolved oxygen are the significant parameters on its degradation. Nevertheless, there is a need of integrated treatment approach that would create a passive remediation system at the contaminated site itself.
Micro Finance as an Initiative to Promote Social Welfare in Kolar District published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr R Sarvamangala, Deepika T The study deals with the role of micro finance institutions in poverty alleviation, women empowerment & improving the status of the rural poor in the society.. Kolar District Geographically comes under a dry zone, mainly depend on agriculture directly or indirectly. As agricultural activities are mainly determined by the rain water, unemployment & under employment is a common phenomenon in this area..This study was madeto know the role of micro finance in promoting social welfare,and to study potential hurdles in the development of social wellbeing. It was found that micro finance is an effective tool for promoting social welfare in the district. 100% respondents accepted Micro finance is a boon to them which has supported their life and 95% of them were self employed and it has improved their status in the society
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ORAL FAST DISSOLVING FILMS OF LEVOCETIRIZINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohammed Asadullah Jahangir1, Dr.M.A.Saleem*1, Hasham Rizwan Patel1, Imran Kazmi2, Abdul Muheem3, Kamran Ahmad4 Levocetirizine is a selective, long acting peripheral H1receptor antagonist. Allergic rhinitis is a symptomatic disorder of the nose induced by inflammation mediated by immunoglobulin E (IgE) in the membrane lining the nose after allergen exposure. Thus, formulating Levocetirizine into a fast dissolving dosage form would provide fast relief. Levocetirizine is bitter in taste so -cyclodextrin was used to mask the taste. Inclusion complexes of drug -cyclodextrin were prepared by kneading method in 1:1 molar ratios. The prepared inclusion complexes were characterized by FTIR spectroscopy suggesting no interaction. The oral fast dissolving films were prepared by using different polymers like HPMC, PVA, PVP and carbopol 934P with super disintegrants like sodium starch glycolate and croscarmellose sodium. The prepared films evaluated for folding endurance, swelling index, surface pH, in vitro disintegration time, drug content, FTIR Study, Scanning electron microscopy and in vitro drug release. The physical appearance and folding endurance properties were found to be good and electron microscopy shows that films are clear, colourless with smooth surface without any scratches. The average folding endurance time found within the range of 121 to 198 times. The drug content found to be 93.33% to 98.68% shows uniform mixing of drug in all prepared fast dissolving films. The in vitro disintegration time found to be in the range of 15 to 48sec and the surface pH of theall formulations was in the range of 6.06 to 6.83. The in vitro drug release showed 77.77 to 96.80 % drug release within 10 minutes. The formulations F7 to F12 showed highest drug release which contains croscarmellose as superdisintegrant, among these formulations F7, F8 and F11 showed highest drug release.
BIOPESTICIDES: AN ECOFRIENDLY APPROACH FOR PEST CONTROL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Srijita Dutta* Bio-pesticides are ecofriendly pesticides which are obtained from naturally occurring substances (biochemicals), microbes and plants. Biopesticides fall into three major classes. The potential benefits to agriculture and public health programmes through the use of biopesticides are considerable. Not all natural products are biopesticides. Some are chemical pesticides if they act on nervous system of the pest. Through the use of biopesticides in a wider way, agriculture and health programmes can be beneficially affected. There are many disadvantages associated with the use of chemical pesticides like genetic variations in plant populations, reduction of beneficial species, damage to the environment or water bodies, poisoning of food and health problems such as cancer which makes biopesticides to come into picture. India has a vast potential for biopesticides. Some biopesticides currently being developed may be excellent alternatives to chemical pesticides. Biopesticides being target pest specific are presumed to be relatively safe to non-target organism including humans. However, in India, some of the biopesticides like BT, NPV, neem based pesticides, Trichoderma etc. have already been registered and are being practiced. Also in India, there are many locally available plants like beshram, neem, garlic, triphala, pinus kesia etc which can be easily processed and increase the biopesticide consumption in India. Through this review, I would like to highlight role of biopesticides in agriculture and potential biopesticide available in India.
The Role of Home Environment and Mathematics Achievement for Students of Secondary Schools in Nagaon District published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
Dibyajyoti Mahanta ABSTRACT: This paper attempts to study the effect of home environment upon the formation of attitude of the students towards mathematics. We conducted a survey to identify the various factors in the home environment that can affect student achievement and to investigate the nature of their impact. We have tabulated certain data obtained from our survey, and conducted suitable analysis upon the same using Levenes test for equality of variances and t-test for equality of means. Our study reveals a positive correlation between the home environment and attitudes of the students towards mathematics. The paper concludes that a congenial home environment is an essential factor in moulding the appetite of the students towards mathematics which influences their overall academic achievement in the long run. Keywords: Levenes test, Environment, t-test, mathematics, secondary school.
Role of flaxseeds in human health published in

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KARUNA SINGH AND S.C. JAIN Flaxseed is not consumed as part of the regular diet in India even when flax plant has long been used as industrial oil and fibre crop. The plant is widely distributed throughout India, easily available and is very cheap.It has various medicinal properties. It is also classified as functional food. Hence, this crop can be utilized for various product formulations. Baked products especially bread and biscuits are gaining wide popularity as processed foods are quite common among all economic groups, in rural as well as urban population. So, by using this functional ingredient with medicinal and nutritional benefits in day today life we can utilize various health benefits at no cost addition to our budget.
Design and Construction of a Cost Effective Computer Controlled Scanning Tunneling Microscope and Probe Production Technique published in

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Dr M Ahmadi, Ahad Ahmadzade Working in the field of Nano technology requires instruments that can visualize and manipulate nanostructures. A Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) can analyze a sample surface at nano-scale and produce its topographical image. The design of the STM is based on Screw-Lever Motion demagnifier described in the literature. The scanner uses three orthogonal stack piezo cubes joined together with a metallic tripod. Images of highly oriented pyrolytic graphite have been obtained in air with constant current mode. The atomic resolution images obtained clearly show the hexagonal lattice of graphite. In this article, we describe design and construction of a robust low cost computer controlled constant current imaging STM. We also explain a simple method used to produce probes (tips) for the microscope. Major sections such as vibration isolation system, scan unit, analogue and computer control electronics have all been described. Data acquisition system designed and built is very low cost and easily available to everyone. The software that controls the system was written in Delphi language. To achieve cost effectiveness, expensive components and royalty controlled software have been avoided. The STM designed is therefore low cost, efficient and suitable for students, researchers and low budget institutions.
Molybdenum application for enhancing growth, yield and soil health on green gram (VignaradiataL.) published in

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Dr.J.Karpagam, Girish Chander A field experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of molybdenum (Mo) application on greengram (Vamban-2) yield and soil properties during the summer season of 2011 at National Pulses Research Centre, Vamban, Pudukkottai.The treatments comprised of six Mo levels viz., 0,200,400,600,800 and 1000 g sodium molybdate(Na2MoO4.2H2O)per hectare. Soil of the experimental field was sandy clay loam (sand 56%, silt 15% and clay 28%) in texture,low in organic carbon (0.36%) and nitrogen (105.3 kg ha-1),medium in phosphorous (38.40 kg ha-1) and high in potassium (203.64 kg ha-1) with pH 5.61.Results showed significantly higher green gram growth and yield under Mo application @ 1000 g sodium molybdate (Na2MoO42H2O) per hectare. Available nitrogen and molybdenum contents in soil increased with increasing levels of Mo. The Highest benefit:cost ratio of 2.79 was recorded with soil application of Mo @ 1000 g sodium molybdate per hectare.
Impact of Attendance Policy in Rural Medical School: A Three Year Observational Study published in

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Tripti K Srivastava, Sandeep Srivastava, Lalitbhushan S Waghmare Attendance in classes has traditionally been thought to be a prerequisite for good academic performance. The compelling evidences have led to establishments of attendance cells with strict attendance policies in Medical Schools across India. The present study analyzes the potential benefits of such a policy against the costs of additional time and effort dealing with the same by observing the association between progressive attendance percentage and student performance over a span of three years and thereby appraising its efficacy to enhance student learning. The trend observed was strikingly skewed towards consistent correlation of progressive attendance and performance in IInd and IIIrd MBBS for the academic year 2011- 2013 University examinations. The top three performers in all the batches had progressive attendance above 82%. The present study ; by its three year observation, advocates the potential benefits of mandatory attendance policies specifically in Medical curriculum for better academic standards.
Crowd-Funding and its Perspectives. published in

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Mrs.Varsha Kshirsagar,Mr. Ravi .S.Ahuja -
TEACHERS PARTICIPATION IN SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION: A STUDY ON GENDER DIFFERENCE published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Ajay Kumar Attri , Teachers' participation in school administration is ad vantageous to the provision of good education. It is justified not only because of what it does for the staff but also because experience and research justify it to be the most effective means available to accomplish the purposes to which the schools are o rganized. The successful working of school depends upon the administration for which there should be suitable environment for teachers participation in it. This paper explores the gender difference in five possible school administrative areas for teachers ' participation. The study was designed on descriptive survey research, targeting the population of all trained graduate teachers in govt. and private secondary schools of Himachal. The stratified random sampling technique was used to select a sample of 20 0 (100 male and 100 female) secondary school trained graduate teachers from Kullu district of the H.P. state. Teachers Participation in School Administration Scale developed by Taj, Haseen (2000) was used in this study. The study revealed that participati on of male trained graduate teachers in communicating and controlling areas of school administration is higher as compare to female trained graduate teachers. Further, male and female trained graduate teachers are almost similar on their participation in p lanning, organizing and evaluation areas of school administration. It was recommended that policy makers and school administrators should increase the extent to which they involve teachers in school administration to improve the quality of their participat ion and boost their morale in their performance of duty
Colonizing the Heathens: Welsh medical mission in A land of many tribes published in

International Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies

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Phoibi Lalniropui Tuolor This article is an effort to understand how healing of body was used by the Christian missionaries as an important tool for evangelisation with special reference to the Welsh Christian missionaries in North Cachar Hills from 1905 to 1961. The Welsh missionaries opened their mission in this Hill on 1905 with multiple endeavours such as opening schools, churches and dispensaries. North Cachar Hills was a sub division of Cachar district during the colonial period and was inhabited mainly by different indigenous peoples such as the Dimasas, Zeme Nagas, Angami Nagas, old and new Kukis, Khasis, Karbis, etc. The missionaries regarded the local people as heathen which means physically and morally ill and their traditional practices of appeasing the evil spirits for their ailments as a primitive act. Moreover the missionaries were not free from euro centrism and regarded their ideas and practices as superior than the traditional beliefs and practices of the natives. It is the intention of the article to highlight the strategy of the colonial administrator as well as the missionaries in operating humanitarian works such as healing the heathens. This article will also highlight the traditional treatment of illness and the medical measures taken by the colonial government and the responses of the local people on such measures. Keywords: heathens, indigenous treatment, missionaries, Christian medicine, evangelization.
Isolation, Purification and Characterization of Catalase from Aspergillus Species published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Azad Chandrashekar.P The catalase enzyme was purified to homogeneity from catalase has been purified from Aspergillus terreus and Aspergillus niger that were grown under submerged fermentation. Different purification steps (including Ammonium sulfate fractionation dialysis and column chromatography) were applied to the crude culture filtrate to obtain a pure enzyme preparation. In SDS PAGE, both enzymes migrated as polydisperse aggregates yielding broad and diffused bonds. These two fractions yielded one band corresponding to a molecular weight range from above 35 KDa (catalase). The enzyme exhibited distinctly under different pH and temperature profiles. The optimum pH and temperature for catalase were found to be 6 and 45C respectively. Hence the purified enzyme will be used in industrials applications as well as clinical trials.
Comparative Analysis of Strength Speed Agility Among the Marine Engineering and Non - Marine Engineering Students published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M.Kumar The Purpose of the study is to comparative analysis of strength speed agility among the marine engineering and non-marine engineering students. The study administered on 15 Marine engineering and 15 non-marine engineering in the age group 18-25 years of AMET University and University College of EngineeringVillupuram, Anna University. The data was analyzed and compared with the help of statistical procedures in which arithmetic mean, standard deviation (S.D.) t-test were worked. Marine Engineering students were found to be higher in strength, speedand agility. The level of significance was chosen as 0.05 levels. Result of this study reveal that there was significant difference exit between the strength(3.126) and no significant difference exit between speed (1.512), agility (1.474) of marine engineering and non-marine engineering studentsas the tabulated t (2.021).
A Study on The Opportunites And Challenges for Apparel Exporters in Tirupur published in

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S.Mohanraj, Shanmuga priya .k The apparel and textile manufacturing industry has historically been one that has few barriers to entry, little capital investment needed and a high level of low-skilled labor involveda few sewing machines, a bit of training and some dim electric lights were enough to start up a factory. When Chinas wages were extremely low, the nation had a clear advantage in this industry, particularly in light of its tendency to cluster factories near shipping ports and logistics centers so that goods could be sent to customers with minimal delay. Today however, wages are climbing very rapidly as Chinas urban workers have many options in terms of places and industries in which to work. Demand for workers is high, and they are able to expect much higher pay than those in less-developed nations
Lopera seria et ses rformes published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Diana TODEA . Melodrama or dramma per musica are terms describing the opera genre that was used for more than a century since its appearance. This genre states literary pretensions and reinforces the principle that governed this period, namely that the opera is nothing but "a solid branch of dramatic literature." In the early eighteenth century it was intended to save this "spectacular show" and purify it of all the adjacent and useless elements - overlapping plots, numerous characters, the mix of tragic elements and of puffs, abundant scenery and scenic machineries etc. The initiative come in this context from the men of letters. This reform, which was first of all a literary one led to the development of opera seria; half a century later, when one would focus again on the innovations of the genre there will be a second reform, this time more than dramatic since it will have solid musical and theoretical foundations.
AN EFFICIENT METHOD TO AVOID FALSE VOTING USING SMS VOTING APPROACH? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.Mythili?, K.Kanagavalli,? B.Shibi? In ancient days voting takes place through the Kudavolai voting system. It works in the way of picking a paper among many rolled paper in a bowl. Then Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) is a simple electronic device used to record votes in place of ballot papers and boxes which were used earlier in conventional voting system. Fundamental right to vote or simply voting in elections forms the basis of democracy. All earlier elections be it state elections or centre elections a voter used to cast his/her favorite candidate by putting the stamp against his/her name and then folding the ballot paper as per a prescribed method before putting it in the Ballot Box. This is a long, time-consuming process and very much prone to errors. This situation continued till election scene was completely changed by electronic voting machine. No more ballot paper, ballot boxes, stamping, etc. all this condensed into a simple box called ballot unit of the electronic voting machine. Because biometric identifiers cannot be easily misplaced, forged, or shared, they are considered more reliable for person recognition than traditional token or knowledge based methods. So the Electronic voting system has to be improved based on the current technologies viz., biometric system. However people are not ready to pole their votes by standing in a long queue. In order to improve the voting ratio SMS voting has been introduced. This article discusses complete review about voting devices, Issues and comparison among the voting methods and technology support for SMS voting.
Role of Data Mining in Bioinformatics: A Review published in

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Ashish Shrivastava, Mickey Sahu The field of computer applications in bioinformatics is a complex fusion of two distinct scientific disciplines - computer technology and bioscience. Bioinformatics is the science of managing, mining, and interpret information from biological sequences and structures. Advances such as genome-sequencing initiatives, microarrays, proteomics, and functional and structural genomics have pushed the frontiers of human acquaintance. This article highlights some of the basic concepts of bioinformatics and data mining. It also highlights some of the current challenges and opportunities of data mining in bioinformatics.
An expedient approach for the synthesis and the anti-acetylcholinesterase activity evaluation of 6H-benzimidazol[1,2-c][1,3,2]benzoxazaphosphorine 2-(4-methoxyphenyl)-2-sulfide derivatives from 4-mercapto-2H-chromene-2-thione published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Imen Zghab, Belsem Trimeche, Anis Romdhane, David Touboul and Hichem Ben Jannet* A new efficient route for the synthesis of substituted 6H-benzimidazol[1,2-c][1,3,2] benzoxazaphosphorine 2-(4-methoxyphenyl)-2-sulfide from 4-mercapto-2H-chromene-2-thione is described. The anti-acetylcholinesterase activity of the most important synthons is considered. Ways of constructing six-membered phosphorus-heterocycles via cyclization of Lawessons reagent with bifunctional substrates are discussed.
COMPARISON OF TRICORTICAL AUTOGRAFT TO ARTIFICIAL BONE GRAFT IN ANTERIOR CERVICAL DISCECTOMY AND FUSION WITH RIGID PLATE FIXATION published in

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Dr VINOD GAUTAM, Dr MANISH DIWAKAR, Dr SAGAR HANSALIA, Dr GAURAV KALARIYA, Dr NITIN DARGAR Introduction : Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) has become an accepted procedure for decompression of neural elements and spinal stabilization in the treatment of degenerative disease, trauma, tumors and cervical tuberculosis. Selection of appropriate graft substrate to optimize fusion rate and healing is essential. The present study was undertaken to determine the effectiveness of artificial graft versus tricortical autograft in fusion and clinical outcome. Materials and methods: A retrospective radiographic and clinical review to assess fusion and clinical outcome in thirty patients who underwent ACDF with anterior plating between April 2011 and Jan 2013 at our hospital, were included in the study. Sixteen patients (53%) had autogenous tricortical iliac crest bone graft and fourteen patients(47%) received artificial (tricalcium phosphate) bone graft. Follow up lateral neutral, flexion and extension radiographs were used to assess fusion at six months . The radiographs were reviewed by an independent blinded observer in assessing fusion as per Bridwell criteria. Clinical outcome were rated excellent, good, fair and poor based on Odoms criteria. Results: Radiographic fusion was assessed in all patients and it was found that 70% patients of autogenous bone graft had grade 1 fusion compared to 56% in artificial group. In contrast 8% patients had grade 4 fusion in artificial group compared to none in autogenous group. Clinical outcome was excellent in 53% patients. Conclusion: A high fusion rate (64%) was obtained for ACDF with plating with either autograft or artificial graft. In the study, grade 4 fusion occurred in one patient with artificial graft but this was not significant. Excellent and good clinical outcome was noted in 76% patients. Proper patient selection and meticulous operative technique is essential to obtain high fusion rates and optimal clinical outcome which is equally important as graft type.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF THREE MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY AGAINST IMPORTANT SPECIES OF BACTERIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kiran.B*, John Louis.A, Catherine Albina. A In vitro evaluation of three medicinal plants viz., Ficus microcarpa L., Antidesma acidum Retz., and Valeriana hardwickii Wall. against three bacterial species Escherichia coli, Bacillus subtilis and Staphylococcus aureus tested at 10, 20, 30 40 and 50 microliter concentration. F. microcarpa recorded a maximum inhibition of 34.0mm at 50 ?l concentration against S. aureus. 26.0 ?l against B. subtilis at 50 ?l concentration and 20.0mm against E. coli. V. hardwickii recorded a significant activity and showed 24.0 mm, 20.0 and 12.00mm inhibition against B. subtilis , E. coli and S. aureus respectively tested at 50 ?l concentration. Compared to synthetic antibiotic chloramphenicol tested at 25mg concentration, significant activity was observed against all the test bacteria and recorded 18.0mm to 31.0mm inhibition.
Role of dairy co-operatives in information dissemination: evidence from Nainital district in Uttarakhand published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PRATIBHA SINGH, D. BARDHAN AND S.C. TRIPATHI The study investigated Dairy Co-operative Society as an information source in solving problems of the farmers in Haldwani and Bhimtal blocks of Nainital district. The study was carried out on a sample of 80 households, out of which, 44 belonged to member category and 36 to the non-member of Dairy Co-operative Society. The results showed that members frequency of contact with milk Co-operatives, doctors and extension agents was significantly higher than that of nonmembers in both the plains and the hills. Highest proportion of information by members in both the areas was obtained from dairy co-operatives, however it was zero in non-members. Positive role of dairy Co-operatives in information dissemination was felt more by members than non-members in both the plains and hills. Hence enhancing the non-members participation in DCS by providing appropriate incentives could benefit them in having a greater degree of accessibility to quality information
REVIEW OF STUDY ON PHYSIOCHEMICAL, ANTIOXIDANT, PROPERTIES OF TAMARIXDIOICA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr Aqna Malik TamarixDioica Leaves collected from marshy areas near river banks. It has been used traditionally as anti-Infective (Said,1969), aphrodisiac (Katewa et al., 2006), Cough and Flu (UK Saad et al.,2009) and Astringent. In my study Phytochemical constituents, antioxidant activity of various extracts of TamarixDioicia was carried out. Phytochemicals were extracted from different extracts of TamarixDioica using various solvents such as, chloroform, ethanol, ethyl acetate, methanol. Screening of phytochemicals showed positive results for the presence of flavonoids, alkaloids, phenols, steroids, glycosides, carbohydrates, terpenoids and tannins. Phytochemicals were extracted best in methanol. Separation of compounds was also done by TLC method. Free radical scavenging activity was determined using FeCL3 method, is a stable antioxidant. Both Methanolic and Ethanolic extracts was found to have maximum antioxidant activity. These activities may be due to the presence of flavonoids, alkaloids, phenols, steroids, glycosides and tannins in Tamarixdioicia.
A REVIEW ON STABILITY INDICATING HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B. Varsha Rao*, G. Naga Sowjanya1, A. Ajitha2, V.Uma Maheshwara Rao3 This article discusses strategies and issues pertinent to a review on Stability indicating HPLC method development. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is an essential analytical tool in assessing drug product stability. HPLC methods should be able to separate, detect and quantify the various drug-related impurities that may be introduced during synthesis. It further understands the chemistry of the drug substance and drug product and facilitates the development of stability indicating analytical methodology. Various chromatographic factors were evaluated in order to optimize the detection of all potentially relevant degradants. The method should be carefully examined for its ability to distinguish the primary drug components from the impurities. New chemical entities and drug products must undergo forced degradation studies which would be helpful in developing and demonstrating the specificity of such stability indicating methods. At every stage of drug development practical recommendations are provided which will help to avoid failures.
Role of Stress tolerant microbes in Sustainable agriculture published in

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Dr. Archana Yadav, Renu Yadav Beneficial aspect of PGPR is their ability to survive in stress conditions. These aspects have been rigorously utilized to promote plant growth. Increasing burden on the environment has resulted in diversified intense conditions which do not seek to promote plant growth naturally. Conditions like high salinity, alkaline soils and high temperature constitute an unfavorable habitat for the growth and multiplication of microbes. Apart from limiting the crop productivity, high salt, pH, and temperature stress in tropical alkaline soils also affects the efficiency of the plant beneficial microbes by retarding their growth. This could further promote reliance on chemical fertilizers which is not an eco-friendly agricultural practice. Thus, PGPR can be used to regulate plant growth in such stressed conditions. Stress tolerant PGPR can be used as potential abiotic stress tolerant inoculums for the tropics to rehabilitate degraded ecosystem.
RELATIONS BETWEEN BUREAUCRACY AND CABINET published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Huang, Guan Japans bureaucracy is a kind of independent and powerful part in its political system. In British, which almost has the same political system as Japan, its civil servants are smoothly realize the order from their political minister. Why and how does this difference appear? There are a lot of factors that make this happen, and the main reason is the difference between each countrys party systems. Though the two countries have almost the same electoral systems, their party systems are so different. In Britain, there is a mature two-party system, parties leaders control their parties resources and distribute them to their candidates. On the contrast, in Japan, before 1993, there was a predominant-party system, and a juvenile two-party system is being built up, nowadays.
PREDICTORES ECOCARDIOGRFICOS DE DISFUNCIN SUBCLNICA DE VENTRCULO DERECHO SISTMICO / Echocardiographic predictors of subclinical systemic right ventricular dysfunction published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Giselle Serrano Ricardo, Adel E. Gonzlez Morejn, Luis E. Marcano Sanz, Michel Cabrera Ortega, Alfredo M. Naranjo Ugalde and Jess F. Carballs Garca Introduction: Transposition of the great arteries with physiological surgical correction predisposes to dysfunction of systemic right ventricle. It is believed that asymptomatic patients have a subclinical dysfunction of this ventricle. Transthoracic echocardiography is sensitive to assess right ventricular function. To date, medical treatment is started when the patient begins with symptoms suggestive of ventricular dysfunction. Objective: To estimate echocardiographic predictors of subclinical dysfunction of systemic right ventricle. Method: Observational prospective study from May 2011 to December 2012. The sample (n= 65) was divided into two groups: asymptomatic (n = 33) and symptomatic (n = 32), according to the absence or presence of clinical symptoms suggestive of right ventricular dysfunction. Results: The two groups were homogeneous in terms of age and surgical time. In both hypertrophy of the right ventricle anterior wall was showed, although lower in the asymptomatic group (p < 0.001). Subclinical systolic dysfunction in the asymptomatic group was evident. There were no differences in diastolic function between the two groups. There were correlations between the tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion and the right ventricular ejection fraction, both in the asymptomatic (r = 0.68, CI 95 % 0.44 to 0.83, p < 0.0001) and symptomatic groups (r = 0.77, CI 95 % 0.59 to 0.88, p < 0.0001). Echocardiographic predictors of subclinical systemic right ventricular dysfunction were identified. Conclusions: Age, right ventricle anterior wall thickness, surgical time, and diastolic and systolic diameters of the right ventricle are echocardiographic predictors of subclinical systemic right ventricular dysfunction, useful for the timely initiation of medical treatment.
Giant Cell Fibroma of Hard Palate- A Case Report published in

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Sandeepa S, Jayaprakash HT, Dinesh Effective communication has been the need of any millennium. Over time, the knowledge transfer has brought us to the present day where English has become the most accepted universal medium of interaction for anything and everything. Today, life at any level, from learner to teacher, from consumer to producer, from technology to innovation etc., have become very fast paced and demanding. So, Speed is a key differentiating factor which is of very high demand. There is considerable amount of struggle and competition that is ongoing at every level to match up with the demand for this speed. To satisfy this demand, it is very important that everyone uses the common medium for communication. Since English has become the language that has a greater percentage of usage it is playing a pivotal role in helping the cause. This paper brings out the challenges of teaching English as a second language and highlights on how activity based reading skill plays a vital role in developing ones communication skills
FOURIER-TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT SOLVENT EXTRACTS OF WATER HYACINTH (EICHHORNIA CRASSIPES MART SOLMS.) AN ALLELOPATHIC APPROACH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Geethu MG1, Suchithra PS1, Kavitha CH1, Aswathy JM1, Dinesh Babu2, K Murugan1* Identification of secondary metabolic fingerprint by chromatography and spectroscopy tools provides useful information about qualitative, quantitative and pattern of composition of these biomolecules. Recently, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) reveals phytochemical profiles containing overlapping signals from a wide array of the compounds that are present when whole cells are analyzed. Eichhornia crassipes samples extracted with different solvents continuously was subjected to FTIR to determine whether the plant can be discriminated on the basis of biochemical profiles using solvents. The extraction factor was superior in water rich in polar molecules. The FTIR signal at 900, 1500, 1714, 3000, 3100cm-1 were considered as an indicator of polyphenols. The functional groups of each extract were identified. Conclusion: The FTIR method was validated as a fine analytical tool to investigate the finger print and to predict the composition of different solvent extracts of Eichhornia crassipes. Further studies are warranted to analyze the phytochemicals in each extract qualitatively and quantitatively and also to evaluate its allelopathic nature to design a plant based herbicide.
Water requirement satisfaction index of rainfed sown groundnut cultivars (Arachis hypogaea L.) during two individual precipitation years in middle Gujarat Agroclimatic zone published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.M. GULED,A.M. SHEKH, H.R. PATELAND VYAS PANDEY A field experiment for the two years was conducted during the Kharif seasons of 2009 and 2010 with six sowing window combinations with the first sowing done at the onset of monsoon followed by successive sowings at an interval of 15 days along with the varieties namely V1-M 335 (Virginia spreading type), V2-GG 20 (Virginia semi-spreading type) and V3-GG 5 (Spanish bunch type) to study the crop water requirement satisfaction index (CWRSI) for assessing the sufficiency of rainfall vis-a-vis the crop water requirements and its effect on pod yield. The performance of groundnut crop in terms of pod yield from the present study suggested that, sowing of groundnut should be taken up for variety V1 between 26th to 27th week, as a good rainfall amount and distribution of 823 to 852 mm under early/normal onset of monsoon as observed during 2010 which resulted in commercial production of groundnut. Whereas, sowing of groundnut should be taken up for variety V2 between 26th to 27th, because reasonably a good crop can be produced on as little as 269 to 298 mm of rainfall under late onset of monsoon as observed during 2009 crop growing season as the rainfall amount and distribution had determined the crop performance due to the crop water requirements were actually met by the available water vis-a-vis soil moisture content, actual evapotranspiration (AET) resulting in improved CWRSI of the crop. The correlation and regression studies revealed that the CWRSI, soil moisture content, AET and rainfall were having highly significant positive correlation during pod development phase and for the entire crop duration. However, the stepwise regression revealed that the CWRSI during pod development phase determined 93% variation in the pod yield. Whereas, rainfall and AET together had resulted in determining 89% variation in the pod yield for the entire crop duration.
DETERMINATION OF VITAMIN-D LEVEL IN FORTIFIED MILK BY ULTRA-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A reliable ultra-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) assay was developed for simultaneous quantification of vitamin D-2 (VD-2) and vitamin D-3 (VD-3) levels in VD-fortified milk, using laurophenone as an internal standard (IS). Milk samples were prepared by overnight incubation with a mixture of ethanol and 50% potassium hydroxide, extracted with hexane, and cleaned-up with ethanol and 5% potassium hydroxide. After evaporation, the residue was dissolved in methanol, centrifuged, and 5.0 ?l of the clear solution was injected into Acquity UPLC BEH C18 column. The mobile phase, composed of methanol, acetonitrile, and water (80:10:10, v:v:v), was used at a flow rate of 0.35 ml/min and a run time of 15 minutes Eluents were monitored by photodiode array detector, with the wavelength set at 265 nm. The relationship between the concentration of VD-2 and VD-3 and their corresponding peak area ratios to the IS was linear over the range of 2.5 60 ng/ml. Mean extraction recovery for VD-2, VD-3, and IS was 93%, 94% and 70%, respectively. Stability of VD-2 and VD-3 before and after extraction was studied under various laboratory conditions. Further, the method was successfully used to measure vitamin D levels in milk samples from the local market. A reliable ultra-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) assay was developed for simultaneous quantification of vitamin D-2 (VD-2) and vitamin D-3 (VD-3) levels in VD-fortified milk, using laurophenone as an internal standard (IS). Milk samples were prepared by overnight incubation with a mixture of ethanol and 50% potassium hydroxide, extracted with hexane, and cleaned-up with ethanol and 5% potassium hydroxide. After evaporation, the residue was dissolved in methanol, centrifuged, and 5.0 ?l of the clear solution was injected into Acquity UPLC BEH C18 column. The mobile phase, composed of methanol, acetonitrile, and water (80:10:10, v:v:v), was used at a flow rate of 0.35 ml/min and a run time of 15 minutes Eluents were monitored by photodiode array detector, with the wavelength set at 265 nm. The relationship between the concentration of VD-2 and VD-3 and their corresponding peak area ratios to the IS was linear over the range of 2.5 60 ng/ml. Mean extraction recovery for VD-2, VD-3, and IS was 93%, 94% and 70%, respectively. Stability of VD-2 and VD-3 before and after extraction was studied under various laboratory conditions. Further, the method was successfully used to measure vitamin D levels in milk samples from the local market.
PREPARATION OF IRBESARTAN NANOPARTICLES FOR DISSOLUTION RATE ENHANCEMENT published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hatem Sarhan* and Usama F. Aly Nanoparticle technique offers promising methods for the formulation of poorly water soluble drugs. The objective of the present investigation was to enhance dissolution and oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble irbesartan (IBS) by preparing stable nanoparticles. IBS nanosuspensions were produced by antisolvent precipitation under sonication. The physicochemical properties of the prepared nanoparticles were characterized by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), powder X-ray diffractometry (PXRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and solubility studies, as well as measuring the particle size and in-vitro drug dissolution.The physicochemical results indicated that the antisolvent precipitation process led to the amorphization of IBS without drug-polymer chemical interaction. IBS nanoparticles increased the saturation solubility of drug almost sixteen fold. The in vitro studies showed a marked increase in the drug dissolution rate After 60 min, nanoparticles were almost dissolved completely but only 53 % of unprocessed IBS and 70 % of physical mixture (PM) had dissolved owing to its crystalline nature and larger crystal size. The combining of the methods was a promising method to produce uniform nanoparticles of IBS with remarkable improvement in dissolution rate.
Physico-Chemical and Acoustical Characterization of Lakes in and Around Coimbatore City published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R.Mahalakshmi, P.S.Syed shabudeen, K.Rathina Global warming in aquatic ecosystem will lead to degassing of oxygen, increased stratification, reduced deep water circulation, changes in wind patterns, changes in species composition, eutrophication which leads to overall degradation of lake water ecosystem. In the process towards the creation of better opportunities and better comforts for living man does knowingly or unknowlingly the greatest damage to the ecosystem.The water quality in the form of physico chemical characteristics and Acoustical parameters were studied to assess the lake water suitability for various purposes. Sampling was done in five different lakes in and around Coimbatore city and subjected to water quality assessment .Results revealed that there was a lot of fluctuation in the physico chemical parameters of water samples. The implication on public health and aquatic organisms were also determined.
A Study on Science Achievement With Reference to Science Attitude, Locus of Control and Problem Solving Skill Among High School Students published in

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K.Bagavathy,Dr.N.Ramakrishnan -
Extent of Accessibility to Higher Education in India published in

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Dr.Satvinderpal Kaur Higher education in India is passing through a phase of unprecedented expansion, marked by an explosion in the volume of students. The challenge of providing equal opportunities for quality higher education to evergrowing number of students is also a historic opportunity for correcting sectorial and social imbalances. The 12th Five Year Plan shall focus on utilizing this historic opportunity of expansion for deepening excellence and achieving equal access to quality higher education. During eleventh Plan, provision was made for setting up of 16 new Central Universities and 374 Model Colleges in low Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) districts. But considerable challenges remain, access to higher education is still less than the minimum international threshold levels. Much greater challenges continue to exist with respect to quality and the provision of relevant education. To achievingthe objectives of access, inclusion and expansion, "RashtriyaUchchShikshaAbhiyan (RUSA)" aimed to achieve 25 percentnational level GER. In this context this paper has been written. Our data source is NSSO 61ST, 64th and 66throunds. This paper has been divided into three sections. In the first section GER among different categories was discussed. In the second section GER in rural and urban area is compared. Third section includes conclusions and policy implications.
EXTRACT ASSOCIATION RULES TO MINIMIZE THE EFFECTS OF DENGUE BY USING A TEXT MINING TECHNIQUE? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Atif Amin, Ramzan Talib, Salman Raza?, Saima Javed? Nowadays, dengue (vector-borne tropical viral diseases) has been become the greatest scourge of humankind and there consequence has more impact than any other pathogen in shaping the human genome. Generally in Pakistan specifically in Punjab (Pakistan) Dengue is emerging as one of the major public-health problem. Federal & Provincial Health Governments are taking all possible steps on ?War-Footing? to recover such type of diseases. They are determines in making special possibilities to face such type of problems in advance. From WWW, digital libraries, World Health Organization (WHO) and other news sources it is estimated that about 2.5 billion people, or 40 percent of the worlds population, live in areas where there is a risk of dengue transmission because Dengue flourishes in urban poor areas, suburbs and the countryside but also affects more affluent neighborhoods in tropical and subtropical countries. As of November 2011, it has killed over 300 people in the last several months and over 14,000 are infected by this mosquito-borne disease. Majority of the people infected are from the Lahore area in Punjab, Pakistan. As a matter of fact, if a virus attacks on somewhere, what will be its next target in geographically aspects, because dengue virus will be spread from one place to other from contaminated water and mosquito. Therefore by using above said data sources, performing some preprocessing techniques such as transformation, filtration, stemming and indexing of the documents and then applying data mining techniques our system will not only helps to identify geographical spreading patterns of the viruses but it also helps to suggest proactively next geographical location where virus has most probability to attach so that government can take remedy measures.
Lead Toxicity and infertility in Female Swiss Mice: A Review published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Nazera Qureshi and Ragini Sharma* Lead is one of the oldest known and most widely studied occupational and environmental toxicant. Lead is a metal, which has been associated with human activities from the past 6000 years. Today, lead is still used in batteries and some insecticides and is found in cigarette smoke. Sources of lead may be natural, as it is found in the earths crust and thus enters the food and water supply. Lead compounds are known to adversely affect the various mammalian systems. Reproductive toxicity, which can be defined as the adverse effect of chemicals, lead being one that can affect the gonadal structure and functions, can cause alterations in fertility and impaired gamete function. However reproductive toxicity is comparatively less expedited. The toxicant can also lead to induction of malformations in children, reduce chances of conception, may be embryocidal and cause still birth, or death of progeny. The toxic effects of lead on adult female reproduction are decreased fertility, the inability to sustain pregnancy and reduced pregnancy outcomes. There is a lack of information concerning whether environmental health effects are more or less prevalent or manifested differently in women compared to men. Previously, most research in the area of toxicology and environmental and occupational health involved male subjects. There is paucity of information about the direct actions of heavy metals on the female reproductive system, fertility and development. Unlike the testes, the ovary has not been as amenable to study; hence the present review aims to accomplish the lacuna by reviewing exposure and health effects of lead manifested in females.
Assessment of Nutrition In Severly Ill Surgical Patients in Intensive Care Units published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. MAYUR M. KADAM, Dr. SATISH BABU. R Background and Objectives Nutritional assessment of the critically ill is an accepted principal managing patients in the surgical intensive care units. Although various procedures are available to assess the nutritional requirements of individual patients there is no set protocol available to determine or predict the nutritional support of a critically ill surgical patient. This study addresses this issue of nutritional assessment in the critically ill patients. Methods : A prospective cohort study including patient who were admitted to the surgical intensive care unit. Nutritional assessment done for these patients using Subjective Global Assessment and anthropometry and those who received nutritional support were compared with those who have not receive nutritional support. Results Subjective Global Assessment (SGA) is more reliable as compared to Anthropometry in assessing nutritional status of critically ill surgical patients Malnourished patients who received nutritional support have a better outcome as compared to those who did not, with a trend towards normalization of biochemical parameters (serum albumin) Conclusion : Nutritional assessment is important especially in the critically ill patients sensitivity to nutritional risk on the part of the physician may lead to identification of patients at risk for developing nutrition related morbidity and mortality. Using tools already at the physicians disposal, patients can be identified who would benefit from nutritional intervention. The nutritional assessment must include the understanding of the difference between malnourishment and dysmetabolism and their different effects on the patient. In summarizing the evidence, it appears that moderate to severely malnourished patients are most likely to benfit from nutritional support intervention.
APPLIED ASPECTS OF APPLICATION OF INSURANCE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY OF DOCTOR IN MEDICAL CONFLICTS AND AFFECTING MECHANISMS ON AREA OF PROSECUTION IN KAZAKHSTAN REPUBLIC, CENTRAL ASIA: DISCRIPTIVE APPROACH published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Erkin Shajaevich Dusipov; Nurlan Muhtarovich Batyrbaev; Nurlybek Nurlanovich Uderbaev; Yernar Sailaubekovich Shalkharov In this paper there were shown problems of solving medical conflicts and the integrating ways of developing medical workers protecting system. Authors illustrate present situation base on issue of statistic agency of Kazakhstan Republic about the potential threats from criminal code.

Desalination Approach of Seawater and Brackish Water by Coconut Shell Activated Carbon as a Natural Filter Method

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Jayaprakash M C | Poorvi Shetty | Raju Aedla | D V Reddy

Engineers are challenged to develop cost effective ways to produce large quantities of water suitable for drinking, crop irrigation and commercial use for regions of the world that suffer from water shortages. Water desalination is expensive, requiring large amounts of energy and specialized equipment to convert saltwater into drinking water. The present study aims to develop a cheaper, cleaner, easy and more energy efficient way of desalinating seawater technique by using natural filters, it can help the common people as it affordable during their immediate requirements. The developed technique seemed to be very effective in reducing the concentration of seawater ions. The desalination system is developed by selecting coconut shell charcoal as the substrate material. As per the results obtained from prototype of seawater and brackish water, there is 60 reduction in chloride and 75 reduction in sodium this is mainly due to the usage of activated carbon charcoal as the filter media. It is also observed through experiments that there is 100 reduction in iron,53 reduction in sulphate, 20 reduction in total dissolved solids and 12 reduction in hardness which clearly indicates that the selected filter medias those are activated carbon charcoal, sand, laterite would be used as the filter medias for future experiments on desalination using natural filters.This work is to present an overview of current and future technologies applied to the desalination of brackish as well as seawater to produce freshwater for supplementing drinking water supplies to the common people in smaller quantity. Removal efficiency increases with the increase in contact time respectively, for both seawater and brackish water, which was considered to be maximum purification ~40 . Jayaprakash M C | Poorvi Shetty | Raju Aedla | D V Reddy "Desalination Approach of Seawater and Brackish Water by Coconut Shell Activated Carbon as a Natural Filter Method" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Information Technology , November 2018, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19123.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/water-resource-engineering/19123/desalination-approach-of-seawater-and-brackish-water-by-coconut-shell-activated-carbon-as-a-natural-filter-method/jayaprakash-m-c
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF VOLATILE OIL OF NIGELLA SATIVA SEEDS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rabindra Kumar Singh1*, Kamal Nayan Jhunjhunwalla2 The composition of the essential oil of Nigella sativa obtained through hydro-distillation. The compositional analysis carried out by GC and GCMS, which identify 35 components representing 97.09% of total composition of oil. The major components are para-cymene (53.6%), alpha Thujene (15.18%), beta pinene (3.7%) and alpha pinene (3.3%). This mix of monoterpenes imparts its odour a strong terpene-like top note.
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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A Study Of Cause of Death Certificates In India published in

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Rao D*, S.Mukerjee, S. Ruia In the present study a total of 890 Cause of Death Certificates were examined Retrospectively from Eight different Centers during the period 2008-2013 ,of which 258 were retrieved from Hospital records and 632 from the Autopsy records ,were examined for appropriateness of completion and the ability to construct a logical cause of death cascade. None of the Autopsy reports had a provision for the Standard Cause of Death recordings. Though Medico Legal Autopsy Contributed to only 15% of the minimal standards and rest 75% deviated from the accepted Standards and concluded with Mechanism or Mode of Death. Similarly in Hospital death cases 30.4% satisfied minimal Standards and 69.8% of it were inappropriate in its completion and deviated from the Standards. The Demographic characters were inadequate in 72% of the Certificates. Only 14% of the Cause of Death statement after Medico Legal Autopsy were satisfying the ICD 10 Codes [2] and 98% of the certificates lacks information on Contributing factors responsible for the Death and none of the Certificates had information about the Time interval between the Sequence of Events leading to death. Similarly Only 19% of the Cause of Death statement in Hospital deaths were satisfying the ICD 10 Codes[2] and none of the certificates lacks information on Contributing factors and the Time interval between the Sequence of Events leading to death. The Autopsy information in the Certificate were also found to be incomplete as only 1% indicated the place of Autopsy and only 36% informed the Date and time of Autopsy. Even the maternal death information was inadequate, with only 42% of the certificates informing the same. The Certificate Authors information was also inadequate with only 35% of the Certificates had information about the Designation, and Qualification and bore the Stamp.
Current Issues on the Management of Diversification of Education in Senior Secondary Schools in Nigeria published in

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Lawrence Okwudili Eya, Victoria Abeakem Ekweme This paper investigated current issues on the management of diversification of education in senior secondary schools in Abia State. The study used a descriptive survey design, carried out in one hundred and ninety (190) senior secondary schools in Abia State. The sample comprised of four hundred and eighty-five (485) principals and teachers, obtained through stratified random sampling techniques. Two research questions and two hypotheses were postulated to guide the study. A twenty (20) item instrument named Questionnaire on Current Issues on the Management of Diversification of Education (QCIMDE) was developed to obtain relevant data for the study. The instrument was validated and had a reliability index of 0.82 obtained using Pearson Product Moment Reliability Coefficient. Of the four hundred and eighty-five (485) questionnaires administered; four hundred and eighty (480) were retrieved from the respondents and used for data analysis. Mean and rank order statistics were used to answer the research questions while z-test statistic was used to test the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. The findings showed that there is need to provide alternative means of financing secondary education; non-reliance on obsolete methodologies, curtailing of manpower wastage, creation of job opportunities, fostering the acquisition of ICT facilities. It was recommended that the stakeholders in education should pay great attention to the management of diversified educational operations. This will take care of new developments in technology and solve the problem of inability to adapt to changes. Also government should support the move towards alternative means of financing secondary education. Teachers should do a lot to discourage reliance on obsolete methodologies of instruction; while concerted efforts should be made to curtail manpower wastage in senior secondary schools. All concerned should strive hard to create job opportunities for secondary schools graduates through relevant curriculum
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF PREDNISOLONE 5MG TABLETS MARKETED IN BANGLADESH published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nabila Morshed and Shahana Sharmin* The aim of the present study is to determine the quality and to correlate with other different brands of pharmaceutical products marketed in Bangladesh for the healthcare of patients suffering from different respiratory inflammation like asthma, and auto-immune disorders. The experiment is done to evaluate and compare the physicochemical equivalence of different brands of Prednisolone 5mg tablet. These tablets were tested through statistical methods in accordance with the BP and USP like weight variation, thickness, hardness, friability, disintegration, in-vitro dissolution and HPLC assay. The in vitro dissolution studies of Prednisolone 5 mg tablets were carried out in pH 7 distilled water for 30 minutes using USP-II method whose absorbance were taken at 246 nm using UV spectrophotometry. Six samples showed poor in-vitro dissolution which were non-equivalent to the USP monograph specification giving Prednisolone content less than 75%. The percentage content of active ingredient of different brands were tested using HPLC assay. Samples showed values within the specifications (90-110%) except some of the companies. Two samples did not undergo disintegration at all when given in the disintegration tester. However, no major problem was found in others physical parameters like tablet weight variation, thickness, hardness and friability. Finally from the experiment we can conclude that 50% of the companies in the urban area are substandard, whereas 50% companies provide standard drugs.
Nutritional and hygienic assessment of paubhaji sold by small vendors in Rajkot city and its comparison with some made sample published in

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DAXA J. JOTANGIYA, HINA K. BHDANIYA AND VEENA S. SAMANI Paubhaji is a popular food, it is crowned as king of evening snack or dinner. As a general pattern, it composed of a Paubhaji base vegetables and made from fermented batter of Maida. Paubhaji served with different toppings of vegetables and butter. Sample of Paubhaji were collected from four different food zones of Rajkot city and its microbial analysis, nutritional analysis and hygienic practices were carried out and was compared with home made Paubhaji. The analysis was done in terms of total microbial lode present per sample and presence of enteric group of organisms. As it is popular in Gujarat, so attempts were carried out for necessary awareness amongst the consumers and necessary remedial actions to prevent the same during its preparation and serving can be suggested.

Survey on Natural Language Generation

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Joe G. Saliby

In this paper, we are discussing the basic concepts and fundamentals of Natural Language Generation, a field in Natural Language Engineering that deals with the conversion of non linguistic data into natural information. We will start our investigation by introducing the NLG system and its different types. We will also pin point the major differences between NLG and NLU also known as Natural Language Understanding. Afterwards, we will shed the light on the architecture of a basic NLG system, its advantages and disadvantages. Later, we will examine the different applications of NLG, showing a case study that illustrates how an NLG system operates from an algorithmic point of view. Finally, we will review some of the existing NLG systems together with their features, taken from the real world.
 
BY Joe G. Saliby "Survey on Natural Language Generation"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22903.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/artificial-intelligence/22903/survey-on-natural-language-generation/joe-g-saliby
Implant failure within 3 days after plating of fracture shaft humerus published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Rakesh John Fracture shaft of humerus is a relatively common long bone fracture accounting for 10 percent of long bone fractures. But unlike other long bone fractures, the uniqueness of this fracture is that most fractures are managed conservatively rather than operatively. Excellent functional outcomes and high rates of bony union have been reported by numerous studies for conservatively managed fractures. Nevertheless, in the subset of fractures that require open reduction and internal fixation, plating is the gold standard among surgeries with 92 to 96 percent success rate. Implant backing out after plating is rare and causes can be mechanical, biological, poor surgical technique, excessive/insufficient construct stiffness etc. But backing out of a plate usually appears after repeated cycles of mechanical loading and is a gradual process. Presented here is a rare case in which the plate backed out within 3 days after surgery and a discussion regarding the causes of this drastic complication. Keywords: implant failure, fracture humerus
Aeromycological Study of Hibiscus Sabdariffa (Roselle) In Winter Season published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Seema Sahu, Dr. K. Sharma, Dr. S. Patra Aerobiological investigation has been carried out with special reference to diseases on crops, vegetable and fruits etc. The present paper deals with the aero biological work carried out in Hibiscus sabdariffa plant to study fungal spores of aeromycoflora . Aeromycoflora of Hibiscus sabdariffa was studied for one year with the help of Petri plate method. Environmental factor play an important role for the distribution of the fungal spores. Maximum numbers of fungi were isolated from winter season, Moderate from Rainy season and Minimum from summer season. It was observed that fungal population was varying from season to season and month to month. During the investigation period Alternaria, Aspergillus, Cladosporium , Curvularia, Fusarium, Mycelia sterilia, , Penicillium, Rhizopus etc. fungal species were isolated.
A Comprehensive Study of Antenna Terminology Using HFSS published in

International Journal of Management and Business Studies

Published by Cosmic Journals
Vasishath Kaushal, Tanvir Singh, Vinay Kumar, Amit Kumar, Dr. Dilip Kumar Antenna is very important component of communication systems. By definition, an antenna is a device used to transform an RF signal, traveling on a conductor, into an electromagnetic wave in free space. Antennas demonstrate a property known as reciprocity, which means that an antenna will maintain the same characteristics regardless if it is transmitting or receiving. Antennas need to be optimized for specific applications like mobile phone, AM/FM, TV etc. And for that purpose the various properties like Size, Gain, Directivity, etc. are modified to get the best results. So, in this paper, we had presented a comprehensive study of antenna terminology by taking an example in HFSS (High Frequency Structured Simulator).
Teachers Perception towards the Functioning of Cluster Resource Centers (CRCs) An Issue Analysis published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. R.RAMNATH An SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan) is the scheme of MHRD functioning with the motto Education for all. This scheme has brought many innovations in the field of education in general and primary education in particular. Out of its various activities, the in-service training to the teachers is highly appreciable which is offered through different centres. The CRCs (Cluster Resource Centres) are the centres established under every BRC which look after the pre-planned and continuous training programmes to the teachers. But, it is not sure that all the trainings and their outputs are on the route of success.
THE TRANSFORMATION OF MANAGEMENT MODELS AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
G.S. Kukel, O.V. Moroz The article deals principles to building management systems for holding structures, the systems of governance in the domestic agricultural holding, depending on the nature of association and the functional areas of coordination have been researched. The approach to the building management system agricultural holding through a combination of strategic management, organizational, integrative and financial structures of holding.
University Library Website as Media for E-resources: A study of Mysore University Library Experiences published in

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Somashekara Y L The communication technology development is predominated in all the fields. Library also adopted the current development. We tried to explain in this article about Mysore University Library, Library Website, E-Resources, E-Portal, E-Books, Web OPAC, E-Prints, and other facility available in library website.
Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Protocols: A Paradigm Shift in Perioperative Care and Breaking Our Practice Norms published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Gauravkumar Patel, Dr. Sharad Patel Purpose: The objective of this article is to provide updated review to evidence based components of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) against conventional perioperative care in elective and emergency surgeries. Recent findings: Fast tract surgeries and multimodal enhanced recovery pathways are now achieving world wide recognition as standardized perioperative care in multiple surgical sub-specialties like colorectal and pelvis surgery, urological surgery, gynecological surgery, cardiothoracic and vascular surgery and hepatopancreatobiliary (HPB) surgery. This optimized care has challenged long standing traditional perioperative care and resulted in a evidenced based well established protocols, which enhances postoperative recovery, reduced hospital stay, readmission rate and overall medical cost. However issues relating to its awareness, training and education, implementation, auditing, patient compliance and cost effectiveness in limited resource settings need to be addressed. Summary: In Summery ERAS protocols are future of discipline-specific or surgery-specific optimized perioperative care pathways, which have potential to fast tract recovery without increasing postoperative mortality and morbidity if implemented with consistency. However it will need more research to address issues related to it.
Decision Making Styles of Young Adult Consumers in Chennai City: an Exploratory Study of Gender Differences published in

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Dr. Florence John, Dr. Nirmala Mohan As India has undergone dramatic change in its retail markets since economic liberalization in 1992, the decision making by consumers is becoming increasingly complex. Prior to liberalization consumers in India had restricted choice in the retail environment reflecting the closed nature of their marketing systems. But with liberalization the consumers now experience a more modern marketplace and the unprecedented abundance of brands and retail outlets has created a massive array of choice for consumers coupled with the rise in the population of young consumers. Hence, in this study an attempt was made to analyse the decision making styles of young adult consumers in Chennai city and to explore the differences if any, in the decision making style of the gender with regard to the variables taken for the study
Analysis of Atomic Absorption Spectra of Lead Present in Road Side Plant Leaves and its Harmful Effects on Human Being published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Asha Verma, Ranjana Pateriya This paper consists of data of postmansoon lead (Pb) concentration in Lowsonia inermis (Mehandi), Tamarindus indica (Imli), Angle marmelos (Bael) and Psidium guajava (Amrud) in washed and unwashed plant leaves. The analyzed data shows the highest and lowest concentration of Pb in unwashed plant leaves were found in Angle marmelos i.e. 5.706 PPm and psidium guajava of i.e. 3.906PPm. And the highest and lowest concentration of Pb in washed plant leaves were found in Angle marmelos i.e.5.254PPm and in psidium guajava i.e.3.096PPm respectively in Bhopal district.
Resource allocation efficiency of wheat in western Maharashtra published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
J.S. KUMBHAR*, S.N. TILEKAR, D.B. YADAV AND V.G. POKHARKAR Agriculture is the most important sector of Indian economy. Agriculture sector employs more than 58 per cent of population and contribute 14.3 per cent of GDP in economy during the 2010-11. The key issue of this sector in the Maharashtra State is low productivity in foodgrains as compared to national and inters state productivity. Limited availability of agricultural land, quality of land and rainfed agriculture has restricted the scope for increase in agricultural production. The objectives of the study were to examine the per hectare changes in resource use levels and their efficiency in selected cereals and to estimate the per hectare changes in costs and returns structure of selected crops. The emphasis has been given on the simple tabular analysis based on means, percentages. The zonewise cross sectional data of two point of time i.e. 1991-92 and 2008-09 were used for estimating the resource use efficiency. The results indicated that the per cent change in per hectare resource use for wheat at overall level was highly significant in case of P and K fertilizer ingredients. At overall level the per hectare resource use gap analysis showed that the per cent gap in use of seed for wheat crop was found to be negative indicating the excess use and per cent gap for manure, N, P and K fertilizers were decreased over a period of 18 year. During 1991-92 and 2008-09, at the overall level the independent variables like human labour, N and P fertilizers were found positively significant and bullock labour and N fertilizers were observed to be significant, respectively. At the overall level, marginal value product shown that human labour, N and P fertilizers and bullock labour and N fertilizers during 1991-92 and 2008-09 was higher than the unit costs, respectively. At the overall level the per hectare total cost of cultivation i.e. Cost C and gross profit were observed to be increased by 267.50 and 94.21 per cent over the base year, respectively. The B:C ratio of wheat during the year 1991-92 was greater than unity but during the year 2008-09 shown less than unity, it means this crop was in loss.
Literacy and Women Development published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
V.GEETHA This paper presents the findings of some recent research on the social and the economic benefits of female education and considers the pathways through which women's schooling leads to social gains. This paper discusses about various aspects of womens literacy effect of women social conditions on literacy. Role of literacy in the development and liberation of women. Components of curriculam needed womens literacy and development projectsThe potential for womens literacy to reshape the developing world remains an untapped developmental resource. This paper illustrates the positive effects of female literacy, such as increased economic security, solidarity among women, and enhanced status in the family. In addition, educated women are less likely to fall into early marriage, early motherhood, HIV infection, and street life. Mothers who are literate are much more able to run their households well and understand health education materials that directly impact the lives of their children. The second half of this paper explores some of the most effective ways of achieving increased education and literacy for women. Financial incentives prove very successful in recruitment and retention of female students. In addition, the most effective development initiatives tend to educate women with the goal of transforming them into agents, mentors, and teachers so that the legacy of literacy will extend to future generations.
Evaluation of pest management modules in kharif rice published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
V. VISALAKSHMI, P. R. MOHANA RAO AND 1N. H. SATYANARAYNA Agricultural Research Station, Ragolu, Aricultural Research Station, Amadalavalasa Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh, India Three modules were evaluated against conventional farmers practice to manage pest problems in rice at farmers field of Ragolu village, Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh during kharif 2008 and2009.Module III comprising of application of carbofuran 3G@1kg a.i/ha in nursery, pheromone trap with 5mg lure @20 per hectare and field releases of Trichogramma chilonis @1,00,000 t ha-1 five times from 15 days after transplanting at ten days interval found good with low incidence of stem borer (3.26 to 6.78% dead hearts,5.56to7.40 % white ears and 5.61 to8.20% silver shoots)with highest grain yield of 5.89 t ha-1during2008and5.95tha-1during2009withcost benefit ratios of 1:2.38 and 1:3.77during 2008 and 2009 respectively.
Different strategies for coping with Stress published in

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Dr. Jamal Akhtar, Sarah Kazmi Rizvi -

Fiducial Point Location Algorithm for Automatic Facial Expression Recognition

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

D. Malathi | A. Mathangopi | Dr. D. Rajinigirinath

We present an algorithm for the automatic recognition of facial features for color images of either frontal or rotated human faces. The algorithm first identifies the sub images containing each feature, afterwards, it processes them separately to extract the characteristic fiducial points. Then Calculate the Euclidean distances between the center of gravity coordinate and the annotated fiducial points coordinates of the face image. A system that performs these operations accurately and in real time would form a big step in achieving a human like interaction between man and machine. This paper surveys the past work in solving these problems. The features are looked for in down sampled images, the fiducial points are identified in the high resolution ones. Experiments indicate that our proposed method can obtain good classification accuracy.
 
BY D. Malathi | A. Mathangopi | Dr. D. Rajinigirinath "Fiducial Point Location Algorithm for Automatic Facial Expression Recognition"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21754.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/21754/fiducial-point-location-algorithm-for-automatic-facial-expression-recognition/d-malathi
A Prospective Study of Efficacy of Epidural Steroid Injections in the Treatment of Low Back Pain and Lumbosacral Radiculopathy published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Sriram Thanigai, Dr. Deviprasad, Dr. Aanand Shankar, Dr. Rajkumar Introduction: Low back pain and Lumbosacral Radiculopathy are the most common complaints of patients with an herniated disc. Most commonly used treatment modality is a simple, effective epidural steroid injection. The aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of epidural steroid injection in low back pain.Epidural steroid injections is one of the non-operative management of back pain. These injections are recommended in patients with signs and symptoms of nerve root irritation. Relief of pain is attributed to the anti-inflammatory effect of the steroid. Material and Method: This is a prospective observational study. It was carried out on the patients presenting with low back pain and Lumbar radiculopathy not responding to conservative management and had MRI proven lumbar disc prolapse at different levels. Injection methyl prednisolone 80 mg with 2ml of 0.5% bupivacaine was diluted in 6ml of normal saline and injected into the lumbar epidural space. Seventy patients received epidural steroid injection,out of which eight patients required further surgery.The remaining sixty two patients were analyzed,followed-up for 8 months.The functional status and pain response of patients were analyzed and significant improvement was found during the follow-up period.The success rate of study was 88.5 %. No complications were encountered. Conclusion: Epidural steroid injection for lumbar radicular pain is an Effective mode of treatment.
THE TGF ?1 509 C/T GENE POLYMORPHISM IN EGYPTIAN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HCV ANTIBODY POSITIVE PATIENTS AND ITS RELATION TO HCV VIRAL LOAD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mervat Al Ansary1, Aya Nasef 1 , Hanan Abdel Haleem2, *Hanan Abdel Hafez2, Walaa Abd El Fattah1 Background and aim: Hepatitis C virus is a significant health problem in Egypt as its prevalence is about of 14.9%. Many genetic factors influence the natural course of chronic hepatitis C. Transforming growth factor-? is a potent well-known suppressor of NK cells that inhibits IFN-? and IL-12 production and blocks the proliferation and cytotoxicity of NK cells. The 509C/T mutation in the TGF-?1 gene is associated with promoter activity and with the natural clearance of HCV. Moreover, TGF?1 is the strongest known inducer of fibrogenesis in the effectors cells of hepatic fibrosis. We aimed in this study to determine the TGF ?1 509 C/T gene polymorphism by PCR- RFLP technique in chronic HCV patients and its relation to HCV viral load and the stage of hepatic fibrosis. Patients and methods: This study was conducted on 30 patients with +ve HCV, confirmed by the HCVAb presence by ELISA and by PCR and they were designed as group I. Group II: Included 20 healthy volunteers served as controls. Thorough clinical and laboratory assessments were done for all the participants in the study. PCR-RFLP for polymorphism of TGF ?1509 was carried out for all subjects. Assessment of the stage of hepatic fibrosis was done for diseased group by analyzing results of Fibroscan for some patients and Actitest-Fibrotest for others. Informed consents were obtained. Results: There were a statistically significant relation between the TGF ?1 509 T/C gene polymorphism in chronic HCV +ve patients and HCV viral load. The wild genotype CC and The C allele of TGF ?1 509 was significantly higher in subjects with low HCV viral load compared with moderate to high viral load. There is no relation between the polymorphism of TGF ?1 509 and the stage of hepatic fibrosis. Conclusion: The wild genotype CC and The C allele of TGF ?1 509 was significantly higher in subjects with low HCV viral load compared with moderate to high viral load. There is no relation between the polymorphism of TGF ?1 509 and the stage of hepatic fibrosis.

A Solitary Neurofibroma of the Thumb: Literature Review and Case Report

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Journal of Surgery: Open access

Published by Sci Forschen

Samantha Zwiebel, Christian Curcio, Laurel Karian, Jennifer Maerki and Ramazi O Datiashvili

Solitary neurofibroma of a digit is a rare presentation. Diagnostic workup of this lesion highlights the wide scope of differential entities. Patients should undergo both imaging studies and biopsy. Ultrasound and MRI can often narrow the differential diagnosis but must be read by a skilled interpreter. Biopsy should always be performed as a seemingly benign lesion may prove to be malignant. Literature review and a case report are presented.

Customers Attitude and Perception Towards Online Shopping published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Preeti Khitoliya e- tailing, a sub set of E-commerce, facilitates online shopping with fingertips. It has mushroomed with online shopping websites in past few years in India. Existing literature revealed that people are not switching from traditional Brick & Mortar shopping practice to online shopping practice with the same rate in developing countries as it is in developed countries. Researchers still striving hard to understand why online shopping is not a part of everyones lifestyle. Therefore the present study attempt to understand the attitude and perception of customers towards online shopping. In order to complement the title, the study focuses on two aspects, first what is frequency of online shopping with respect to Age, Gender and Education level of respondent. Second, what derives respondent to shop online and what make them reluctant in adopting it.
STABILITY-INDICATING BIVARIATE AND MULTI-VARIATE METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF AMISULPRIDE IN PURE FORM AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Khalid Abdel-Salam M. Attia, Mohammed Wafaa Nassar and Ahmed Mohamed Abdel-Zaher* Simple, accurate, sensitive and validated UV spectrophotometric and chemometric methods were developed for the determination of amisulpride in the presence of its acidic degradation products and in its pharmaceutical formulation. Method (A) Bivariate method; the method was applied for analysis of amisulpride in presence of its degradation product this is done at 215 nm and 240 nm in the range of 2 12 ?g ml-1 with LOD of 0.164, 0.301 ?g ml-1 and LOQ of 0.548, 1.002 ?g ml-1, respectively. Method (B) Chemometric methods as principal component regression (PCR) and partial least-squares (PLS), classical least square (CLS), for the simultaneous determination of amisulpride in the presence of its acidic degradate, in pure form and in its tablets. The developed methods have the advantage of simultaneous determination of the cited components without any pre-treatment. The obtained results were statistically compared with those of the reported method by applying t-test and F-test at 95% confidence level and no significant difference was observed regarding accuracy and precision.
Phosphonic Acids as Corrosion Inhibitor for Carbon Steel in Rainwater Collected from Rooftop-A Comparative Study published in

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Dr. J. Arockia Selvi, Dr. S.Rajendran, T. Pushpamalini The inhibition effect of phosphonic acids such as amino(trimethylenephosphonic acid) (ATMP), diethylenet riaminepenta(methylenephosphonic acid) (DTPMP) and phenyl phosphonic acid (PhPA) on the corrosion of carbon steel in rain water collected from rooftop was studied by weight loss, potentiostatic polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy methods. The results show that the inhibition efficiency (IE) of the phosphonic acids used were in the order of ATMP > DTPMP > PhPA in the presence of Zn2+. A synergistic effect exists between the phosphonic acids and Zn2+. The protective film formed on the metal surface was confirmed by FTIR spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopy.
SEMANTICS OF THE UZBEK NATIONAL TEXTILE NAMES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Mehrinoz Oybekovna Aliyeva The article explores the diversity and peculiarities of the semantics of the Uzbek language by the example of tissues.
Early Detection of Carcinoma Cervix and Role of Human Papilloma Virus and Chlamydia Trachomatis in Etiology of Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia and Carcinoma Cervix published in

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Dr Kiran Pandey,Dr Neetu Singh,Dr. Amita Chaudhary,Dr. Priyanka Singh,Dr. Sangita Patre,Dr. Guneeta Mehta Aims: To study the various methods available for early detection of carcinoma cervix along with role of HPV and Chlamydia trachomatis as cofactor in causing CIN and Carcinoma cervix. METHODS: This was a prospective study from January 2009 to July 2010 which was conducted at G.S.V.M. Medical College, Kanpur. The present work was carried out on 74 women presenting to the out patients department of Upper India Sugar Exchange Maternity Hospital, Kanpur. Cytology, colposcopy directed biopsy, HPV DNA detection by Polymerase Chain Reaction and Chlamydia trachomatis antigen detection was done in all 74 patients in a subsequent manner. After analysing, the result was obtained by various methods. Conclusion: Maximum number of patients i.e. 39 (52.66%) were in the age group 31-40 years. All patients were multiparous. Most common presenting symptom was vaginal discharge, present in 41 patients (55.41%). According to cytological findings, maximum number of cases i.e. 30 (40.54%) had inflammatory picture and 13 (17.58%) cases showed koilocytic changes which indicate HPV infection. It was also seen that HPV positivity was significantly associated with cytological findings suggestive of pre-malignant and malignant lesions. (P value is 0.0001) Histologically, 43 cases (58.10%) showed changes of CIN. The Chlamydia was found positive in 8 (50%) HPV DNA positive cases and 2 cases (3.45%) were HPV DNA negative. Thus it is concluded from this study that HPV infection is sexually transmitted disease acting like a agent along with cofactors (C.Trachomatis) in the development of preneoplastic and neoplastic lesion of the cervix. Thus follow up of the patients by HPV DNA detection alongwith Chlamydia antigen as cofactor can be used as an adjunctive to the cytology preventing the requirement of the unnecessary interventions.
Impact of climate change on quality and nutritional value of food published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ANCHAL SINGH Climate change is recognized as a significant manmade global environmental challenge. It is also treated as a threat. The changing climatic environment is a major cause for concern and is now the greatest environmental challenge facing the world today. The increasing unnatural accumulation of green house gases in the atmosphere is now causing global climate change. Carbon emissions related to human activities have been significantly contributing to the elevation of atmospheric (CO2) and temperature. However, the beneficial direct impact of elevated (CO2) on food production and quality can be offset by other effects of climate change, such as elevated temperatures and altered patterns of precipitation. Changes in food quality and nutritional value in a warmer, high-CO2 world are to be expected, e.g., decreased protein and mineral nutrient concentrations, as well as altered lipid composition. We point out that studies related to changes in food quality and nutritional value as a consequence of global climatic changes should be priority areas for further studies, particularly because they will be increasingly associated with food security
Womens involvement as an effective management tool in decision-making in Oromia regions public organizations published in

Basic Research Journal of Business Management and Accounts

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Chalchissa Amentie and Emnet Negash Women are the fuel that runs the engine of the organization and it is believed that their low involvement in the decision-making process creates tensions between management and staff. Therefore, the purpose of this study was aimed to determine the impact of women low involvement as a management tool in decision-making and its implementation in Oromia region public organizations by determining the causes of low women involvement in decision-making and the consequences of such action on implementation of decisions. In the study, cross-sectional, descriptive and inferential designs were used. As findings of the study; eventhough, the involvement of women in decision-making are increasing, until know there is low acceptability of their decision-making process by all communities. As per the chi-square test made (p<0.001, Phi= .207), there is statistically significant difference between men and women believe as the involvement of women in decision-making lead acceptable by all people. The serious consequences of low women involvement are, job dissatisfaction, low productivity and employee turnover and reduce various benefits of organizations. Implications: Hence, in order to reduce such problem the governemet and every organization should consider specifically the above factors. Keywords: Women involvement, decision making, causes of low women involvement, consequences of low women involvement
Development of an attitude scale to measure attitude of women workers towards their job published in

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SUMA DIVAKAR, L. PREMAAND C.E.AJITH KUMAR An assessment of the attitute of workers employed in cashew industry, towards their job was studied, by standardiziing a scale using scientific method. Specific findings of the scale was that, mostly women had a favourable attitude to work (50 % of them were high scorers and 36 per cent were medium scorers). Gender studies have shown ample evidence that wages of women of lower income strata go completely to the family, unlike their male counterparts. They are the major pillars of financial stability for the families at large. Employment was felt a necessity for their own survival and also as a major support to their families.

NAMIK KEMAL’İN İNTİBAH ROMANINDA AHLÂKİ SÖYLEMİN ÇÖZÜMLENMESİ

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Uluslararası Dil, Edebiyat ve Kültür Araştırmaları Dergisi

Published by Reşat Şakar

Fatma Bilge ŞİMŞEK

The main aim of this article is to analyze the moral discourse in the novel written by Namık Kemal, İntibah, by using John B. Thompson’s ideology analysis method. Thompson proposes to analyze ideology over tangible data in his work, Ideology And Modern Culture. In Turkish Literature, novels written in the Tanzimat period seem practicable to make use Thompson’s ideology analysis method, because writers of the Tanzimat period undertook the mission to educate the society. The particular reason for choosing this novel is the observation of embodiment of moral discourse by the “good” and the “bad” characters. The “good” and the “bad” have served to moral discourse with Thompson’s legitimation, dissimulation, reification and fragmentation methods. As a conclusion, it has become possible to analyze of moral discourse in the novel written by Namık Kemal, İntibah, by using John B. Thompson’s ideology analysis method.

PRE-MARKETING REGULATORY DOSSIERS OF DRUG CANDIDATE THROUGH POST-MARKETING HEALTH AUTHORITIES BY REGULATORY AFFAIRS IN GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kamlesh R. Prajapati and Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen* Regulatory affairs (RA) professionals play critical roles in a pharmaceutical industry because it is concern about the healthcare product lifecycle, it provide strategic, tactical and operational direction and support for working within regulations to expedite the development and delivery of safe and effective healthcare products to individuals around the world. The role of regulatory affairs is to develop and execute a regulatory strategy to ensure that the collective efforts of the drug development team results in a product that is approvable by global regulators but is also differentiated from the competition in some way and also is to ensure that the companys activities, from non-clinical research through to advertising and promotion, are conducted in accordance with the regulations and guidelines established by regulatory authorities. Regulatory Affairs is an attractive career choice for graduate students from a scientific background who enjoy communication and team work, are comfortable with multi-tasking and are eager to expand their knowledge in the wide realms of the Pharmaceutical world. Regulatory Affairs is a rewarding, intellectually stimulating and highly regarded profession within pharmaceutical companies. India is growing very rapidly in pharmaceutical sector; there is a need of regulatory affairs professionals to cater the current needs of industries for the global competition. Regulatory affairs professionals are the link between pharmaceutical industries and worldwide regulatory agencies. They are required to be well versed in the laws, regulations, guidelines and guidance of the regulatory agencies. There is a growing need to incorporate the current requirements of pharmaceutical industries in the standard curriculum of pharmacy colleges to prepare the students with the latest developments to serve the industries. Many in the Regulatory Affairs Profession believe the New Approach to regulation will eventually be adopted for all healthcare products as it represents the best model for delivering new healthcare advances to market in a reasonable time with acceptable safety. Regulatory Affairs department is constantly evolving and growing and is the one which is least impacted during the Acquisition and Merger, and also during recession. Regulatory Affairs departments are growing within companies. Due to the changing resources necessary to fulfill the regulatory requirements, some companies also choose to outsource or out task regulatory affairs to external service providers. In todays competitive environment the reduction of the time taken to reach the market is critical to a products and hence the companys success. The proper conduct of its Regulatory Affairs activities is therefore of considerable economic importance for the company.
Impactos das atividades porturias no sistema estuarino de Santos published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Orlando Roque da Silva It is increasing the preoccupation with the estuary system due to the importance that it presents and its unique environmental characteristics that result in high biological productivity. In this work we analyze the impacts caused in Santos Estuary System by the port activities. In the lasts years, urban settings and the development of industrial, port, fishing activities, mineral exploration, tourist activities, and others, without adequate planning, comes placing in scratch the basic attributes Brazilian estuaries and ecosystems associates, resulting in local population life quality decrease. Keywords: Coastal management; Port management; Environmental management.
PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF LANTANA CAMARA.L LEAF OF MEKELLE, ETHIOPIA. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shilashi Badasa*1, Tesfahun Bufebo*2, Tessema Derbe*3, Yohannis W/Mariam*2 Physico-chemical properties data are very important to control the quality of essential oil. The aim of this study was to analysis physicochemical properties of essential oil of Lantana camara.l leaf collected from and around Mekelle city, Ethiopia. Lantana Camara.L is used in traditional treatments to cure variety of diseases for many years in different countries. Acknowledging the importance of plants and its medicinal value, extraction of essential oil had been done using hydro-distillation method. The obtained moisture content was 57.500.01%. The yield of essential oil obtained was 0.3690.01. The oil from leaf of lantana Camara.L was optically active with result +11.50.00 @25oc. It was concluded that physico-chemical parameters that were analyzed can be used to determine the quality of essential oils.
A Retrospection on Haemorrhoides published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prof. V. S. Thirunavukkarasu PILES or Haemorrhoides is an affliction of modern era. There has been various postulates for its occurrence such as congenital, acquired causes. Virchows Triad is apt for its occurrence. The various factors affecting the vessel valve, lumen and viscoscity of blood, Dietary factors, fast foods, refined diet and absence of fibre intake, obesity etc. could be contributing factors. There appears to be a left sided occurrence of haemorrhoides as compared to the right. 2 and 50 clock positions akin to varicoceal occurring on left side with possibility of increased pressure on left side veins compared to right sided veins and added to it pressure of loaded sigmoid colon on veins. These are managed by sclero therapy, laser coagulation, banding or surgery. Surgery appears to be the best option for cure.
Genetic diversity of wheat genotypes based on principal component analysis in Gangetic alluvial soil of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
BHANUPRIYA, B. DAS, N.H. SATYANARAYANA, S. MUKHERJEE AND K. K. SARKAR The present investigation was planned to assess genetic diversity for yield, yield contributing traits and quality traits in forty nine germplasm of bread wheat along with 4 checks and two triticale variety collected from DWR, Karnal were evaluated in randomized block design with two replication in Nadia district of West Bengal during rabi season in two consecutive years 2010- 2011 and 2011-2012. Principal component analysis (PCA) indicated that five components (PC1 to PC5) accounted for about 75 % of the total variation among traits in bread wheat cultivars. Out of total principal components retained PC1, PC2 and PC3 with values of 25.9%, 17.1% and 13.3% respectively contributed more to the total variation. The first principal component had high positive loading for 9 characters out of 16 viz. weight of grains spike-1, number of grains spike-1, number of spikelets spike-1, spike length, plant height, days to heading, days to flowering, grain protein content and yield plant-1 which contributed more to the diversity. The result of present study could be exploited in planning and execution of future breeding programme in wheat.

Golden Era of Indian Textile Industry

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Rohit Agarwal

It could well be considered the beginning of the Golden Era for the Indian textile industry. The current year and beyond promises to be an excellent period of growth for the industry. In our recent interaction with industry leaders, a sense of optimism and confidence was quite evident. The Government is expected to announce its new textile policy with an ambitious target of achieving 20 per cent share of the global textile trade and helping the domestic industry attain a size of $650 billion by 2024-25 by focussing on investments, skill development and labour law reforms. The policy blueprint, termed the 'Vision, Strategy and Action Plan' for the textiles and apparel industry, lays thrust upon diversification of exports through new products and markets along with increasing value addition and promoting innovation and RandD activities. Dr. Rohit Agarwal "Golden Era of Indian Textile Industry" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21374.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/21374/golden-era-of-indian-textile-industry/dr-rohit-agarwal
THE POSTCHALLEMGE IMMUNE PROTECTION MEDIATED BY SMOOTH LIPOPOLYSACCHRIDE OF VIBRIO FLUVIALIS IN A MOUES MODEL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Ibrahim M S Shnawa*, ALZamily K. Y., Dr Rabab Omran From V.fluvialis smooth form culture a lipopolysacchride LPS was prepared and purified into the limits of partial purity as F1 and F2.These F1 and F2 were assessed for mitogenicity, immunogenicity and immune protectivity in a mouse model.They were mitogenic through skin induration and bone marrow lymphocyte blatogenicity, rise up of V.fluvialis specific antibody titres, cytokine activator for IL4,IL6,and TNF alpha causing postchallenge cytokine imbalance between proinflammatory IL6 and anti-inflammatory IL4 and immune protective via survivors record. Thus, V. fluvialis SLPS F1&F2 were mitogenic, immunogenic and postchallenge immune protective in mouse model.
A New Approach for Key Forwarding Scheme in WSN Using Mobile Sink? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
E.Revathi, C.Darwin, G.Vivitha? A dynamic en-route filtering scheme is to address both false report injection attacks and DoS attacks in wireless sensor networks. In our scheme, sensor nodes are organized into clusters. Each legitimate report should be validated by multiple message authentication codes (MAC), which are produced by sensing nodes using their own authentication keys. The authentication keys of each node are created from a hash chain. Before sending reports, nodes disseminate their keys to forwarding nodes using Hill Climbing approach. Then, they send reports in rounds. In each round, every sensing node endorses its reports using a new key and then discloses the key to forwarding nodes. Using the disseminated and disclosed keys, the forwarding nodes can validate the reports. Each node can monitor its neighbors by overhearing their broadcast, which prevents the compromised nodes from changing the reports. Report forwarding and key disclosure are repeatedly executed by each forwarding node at every hop; until the reports are dropped or delivered to the base station. We assume that the topologies of wireless sensor networks change frequently either because sensor nodes are prone to failures or because they need to switch their states between Active and Sleeping for saving energy. This paper also proposes a framework to maximize the life time of WSN by using mobile sink. Each node does not need to send the data immediately as it becomes available. Instead the node can store the data temporarily and transmit it when the mobile sink is at the most favorable location for achieving the longest WSN lifetime.
Prison in India: an Overview published in

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Shaik Ali The management and administration of prisons falls exclusively in the domain of the State governments, and is governed by the Prisons Act, 1894 and the Prison manuals of the respective state governments. The prison population has been steadily increasing during the last decade. A majority of the prison population is male (nearly 96%) and approximately two-thirds are pre-trial detainees (under trials).The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, 1955 declares that there shall be no 'discrimination on grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. The present paper provides a broad overview of the international obligations and guidelines, with respect to the care of prisoners, and summarise the various steps taken towards prison reform in India. It also deals with the general problems of Indian prisons
Sub-Tenon Versus Peribulbar Anesthesia In Phacoemulsification A Comparitive Study published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Dr. Erum Shahid, Purpose: The purpose is to compare the effectiveness of Sub-Tenons anaesthesia versus Peribulbar anaesthesia for intraoperative analgesia and ocular akinesia during phacoemulsification surgery. Material And Method: This analytic study consisted of 100 patients with simple random sampling, 50 patients in each group. Patients in group A had phacoemulsification under subtenon anaesthesia and patients in group B had the same surgery under peribulbar anaesthesia. Their eye movements and pain during surgery were documented and analyzed .Pearson Chi square test was used to determine the statistical significance. Results: In the group A (Subtenon group) there are 35 (70%) males and in group B (peribulbar group) there were 26 (52%) males. The age range of the patients was between 50-70 years. Pain during surgery in group A is 3 (24%) whereas in group B it is 28 (56%).Eye movements during the procedure of subtenon anesthesia in group A is 13 (26%) whereas eye movements during peribulbar anesthesia in group B is 22 (44%). Chi-square test is used between the eye movements and pain of group A and group B. There p values are less than 0.005 which are significant. Conclusion: Sub-Tenon anaesthesia gains our full recommendation for prospective benefits and elimination of potential fatal hazards like globe perforation, retrobulbar hemorrhage, sub arachnoid injection, imposed by using sharp needle blocks. It calms patients fear of sharp needles which raises the anxiety levels even prior to surgery. This technique also provides almost immediate progressive surgery.
EFFECTS OF MATERNAL CONSUMPTION OF AQUEOUS LEAF EXTRACT OF AZADIRACHTA INDICA ON POSTNATAL WEIGHT GAIN AND NEONATAL MORTALITY IN ALBINO WISTAR RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*1Obaji N. N, 2Iyare E.E, 3Ifegwu N.O, 4Ezejindu D.N and 1Uchefuna R.C The present study was designed to investigate the effect of consumption of aqueous extract of Azadirachta indica during pregnancy on postnatal weight gain and neonatal mortality. Twenty female rats weighing between 150-200 g were used. On confirmation of pregnancy the rats were randomly grouped into four groups, I-IV of 5 rats each. Group I was the control group and received distilled water only. Groups II-IV were the test groups and received 200 mg, 400mg and 600 mg/kg body weight of the extract respectively. Rats in all groups had normal rat chow and water ad libitum. On the day of delivery, litter size and litter weight were recorded. This continued at seven days interval until postnatal day 56. Also, the neonatal mortality was determined at postnatal day 7. There was no significant difference (P>0.05) in the litter size in all the test groups when compared with the control. There was significant decrease (p<0.05) in postnatal weight gain from day 0 to postnatal day 56 in all the test groups when compared with the control group. Groups II and III showed no significant decrease (p>0.05) in neonatal mortality when compared with the control group. However, a highly significant decrease (p<0.01) in neonatal mortality was observed in group IV. It can be concluded that aqueous leaf extract of A. indica has the potential of reducing postnatal weight gain and increases neonatal mortality.

Studies on Hybrid Material Reinforced Copper Based Composites- A Review

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Goutham M | Mahesh V M | Muralidhara B K

Copper hybrid composites are a new generation of metal matrix composites that have the potentials of satisfying the recent demands of advanced engineering applications. These demands are met due to improved mechanical properties, amenability to conventional processing technique and possibility of reducing production cost of Copper hybrid composites. The performance of these materials is mostly dependent on selecting the right combination of reinforcing materials since some of the processing parameters are associated with the reinforcing particulates. This paper attempts to review the different reinforcing materials used in the processing of hybrid copper materials. The major procedures for fabricating these materials and research areas for further improvement on copper hybrid composites are suggested. Goutham M | Mahesh V M | Muralidhara B K ""Studies on Hybrid Material Reinforced Copper Based Composites- A Review"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20226.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/20226/studies-on-hybrid-material-reinforced-copper-based-composites--a-review/goutham-m
 
Resource Balancing to Enhance Productivity At Earthmoving Equipment Manufacturing Company published in

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Mamatha.K, Mr.H.V.Vasuki, Mr.Jagadish Mogaveera.B, Dr.C.K.Nagendra Guptha This paper focuses on production enhancement of a particular model, to meet the customer demand in the fabrication department of welding process using the lean approach of resource balancing. The optimum allocation of resources in terms of man power deployment at each workstation is considered and the actual time required to process at each workstation is determined using time study. Also, the number of manpower required to meet the lean rate of production enhancement at each workstation and the standard time of each process is determined. Hence, implementation of this method will result in production enhancement and process improvement.
Biodiversity of Endophytic Mycorrhizal fungi associated with some medicinal plants of Himachal Pradesh published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

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Aditya Kumar*, Chhavi Mangla** and Ashok Aggarwal*** ABSTRACT: Mycorrhiza is the most important member of functional soil microbial community in natural ecosystem and creates an intimate link between plant roots and soil. In the present investigation, attempts were made to screen out endomycorrhizal biodiversity from different medicinal plants. A total of twelve plants from six different families were screened for arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) spore number and root colonization. The mycorrhizal root colonization ranged from 0.0 to 67.5010.60 percent. Adhatoda vesica showed maximum root colonization and Achyranthus aspera lack mycorrhizal root colonization. The spore number ranged from 25.663.00 to 388.338.50. The highest mycorrhizal spore count was found in Aster thomsonii and lowest in Aloe vera. It was found that number of spores in the rhizosphere of plant was not related to the intensity of AM root colonization. The study confirmed that the biodiversity of AM fungi differ in different plants. Keywords: medicinal plants; arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi; vesicles.
COMPARISON OF SURGICAL SUCCESS RATES AND AMOUNT OF CORNEAL ASTIGMATISM INDUCED BY HANG-BACK AND CONVENTIONAL MUSCLE RECESSION SURGERY IN HORIZONTAL STRABISMUS published in

Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology

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Ishan Yadav, V.P. Singh, Prashant Bhushan, Rajendra P. Maurya, M.K. Singh Purpose: To compare surgical outcomes and astigmatism induced by Hang-back and conventional recession surgery in horizontal strabismus. Methods: In a randomized, double blind, prospective trial, 40 patients of horizontal strabismus, (18 exotropia and 22 esotropia) were randomized into 2 groups according to the type of recession procedure performed. All ocular examinations were done pre and post-operatively including manual and automated keratometry, assessment of angle of deviation was carried out by a certified orthoptist. All patients were followed for a mean duration of 6 months. Results: Among esotropia success rate (defined as post-operative deviation of < 10 PD 6 months post operatively) was 80 % in patients with Hang-back recession and 84 % in patients with conventional recession (p=1). For exotropia success rate was 60 % in patients with hang-back recession and 75 % among patients of conventional recession (p>0.6). 90 % of eyes operated with conventional recession technique showed significant changes in average keratometry readings (defined as change of > 0.50 D), while for eyes operated by Hang-back technique only 37 % showed same changes (p<0.002). Surgeons comfort score using visual analogue scale was also compared. Conclusion: Hang-back recession is an effective alternative to conventional recession with an added advantage of decreased amounts of surgically induced astigmatism, especially in children with smaller globes, poor exposure and high myopia.
DRUG RELATED PROBLEM ASSOCIATED WITH THE TREATMENT FOR SEVERE ANEMIA WITH KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION'S HISTORY IN PGI CIKINI HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Aprilita Rina Yanti*, Karmadina Oswanty and Diana Laila Anemia is a condition that develops when blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells or hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a main part of red blood cells and binds oxygen. Anemia may also be diagnosed where there is decreased oxygen-binding ability of each hemoglobin molecule due to deformity or lack in numerical development as in some other types of hemoglobin (Hb) deficiency. Mr. PA, 72 years old was diagnosed with severe anemia. This diagnosis based on examination of Hb that is very low at 5,29/dL (normal 12-14 g/dL). Patients have had a kidney transplant in 2004 and also had type 2 diabetes , until now he is still using insulin. During hospitalized, he has received 17 types of drugs, those were Claforan (cefotaxime), Folic Acid, Neurobion 5000, Rocer (omeprazole), Imuran (azathioprine), Urdahex (ursodeoksilat acid), Kalmethason (dexamethasone), Actrapid (insulin), Normal Saline 0,9%, Mycostatin (nystatin), Myfortic (mucophenolic acid), Cavit D3, Calcium gluconas, Cefixime, Cetirizine, Codipront, and Heparin. Giving many drugs (polypharmacy) certainly is not recommended, but in this case the treatment according to the patient condition. Based on the result of the clinic secretariat at the ward of K in PGI Cikini Hospital, it could be concluded that there was DRPs (Drug Related Problems) such as drug interaction, adverse drug, improper drug selection, and untreated indications. Adverse Drug Reactions was caused by concomitant administration of immunosuppressant drugs that Imuran, Myfortic and Kalmethason. Use of these drugs may suppress excessive immune responses to facilitate the onset of infection and candidiasis. Using erythropoietininjection is essential for the treatment of cases of severe anemia.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Sanjay J. Nimbalkar Earth is the only planet in this universe which has been gifted with life suppor ting elements . In the modern era development is more inclined towards industrialization and technology Due to more population and urbanization forests are disappearing at rapid pace, the evil effect of industrialization and deforestation for human activiti es are now apparent. The wounds inflicted on the environment are so severe that nature has started sending us warning signals in the form of drought, floods, tsunamis, and change in climate pattern. The survival not only of human being but of entire planet is at stake. The present generation is mindlessly pursuing its needs without thinking for the future generation to come .Therefore to achieve the goal of sustainable development the citizens must be empowered with essential knowledge, sensitivity through environmental education. The author feels that it is need of hour to introduce the different measures like, use of 3 - R, 3 - A and interdisciplinary approach of environmental education, and undertake research for education for sustainable development. The pre sent paper examine the need of environmental education and suggest the measures for sustainable development to be underta ke at every level of education.
Studies on the Production of L-Asparaginase by Aspergillus terreus MTCC 1782 using Agro-Residues under Mixed Substrate Solid State Fermentation published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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J.V. Suresh* and K. Jaya Raju L-asparaginase has been used as anti tumour agent for the effective treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and as food processing aid to reduce the formation of acrylamide during frying of starchy foods at high temperature. L-asparaginase production under solid state fermentation was carried out by Aspergillus terreus MTCC 1782 using locally available agricultural residues. Among different agricultural materials (sesame oil cake, coconut oil cake, ground nut oil cake, wheat bran, rice bran, black gram husk, green gram husk) screened ,sesame oil cake (SOC) and black gram husk (BH) were selected and these two were mixed in different ratios for obtaining maximum enzyme activity . Out of ten combinations tested the ratio of 7:3 of SOC and BH supported maximum L-asparaginase production. The maximum yield (163.34 U/gds) of L-asparaginase by A.terreus was obtained using SOC and BH mixture of 60% initial moisture content, initial pH 7.0, supplemented with maltose (1.5%), ammonium sulphate (2.0%), and magnesium sulphate (0.1% w/v), inoculated with 1.5ml of 120h old fungal culture and incubated at 32OC for 120h. Both physico-chemical and nutritional parameters had played a significant role in the production of the enzyme L-asparaginase. Medium with optimized conditions and supplementation gave a maximum asparaginase activity of 163.34 U/gds which is above 2.4 fold and 10.2 fold increase in yield than that with medium of sesame oil cake (68.49 U/gds) and black gram husk (15.95 U/gds) alone.
RELEVANCE OF CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH IN TEACHING & LEARNING published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
K.SANTHOSHI and M.RAVI BABU Constructivism is a set of assumptions governing the way people learn and make sense of the world. Its founded on the premise that, by reflecting on personal experiences, people create their own understanding of the world they live in. People need to c ome out of rote learning to discovery, enquiry, and problem solving learning where they learn through themselves, with their peer group, family and field experiences. In this competitive world learning is more comprehension includes both knowledge and atti tude. In a constructivist classroom knowledge is constru cted, pupils are active learners and collaborative work is done.
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF BAMBUTEROL IN PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATION BY RP-HPLC METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Pavan Kalyan*, M. Srikanth and M. Prasadarao. A rapid, simple, precise, Cost-effective reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic (RP-HPLC) method had been developed and validated for the estimation of Bambuterol in bulk pharmaceutical dosage form. The chromatographic separation of Bambuterol was developed on a Waters, X-bridge C-18 column with 100 x 4.6 mm i.d. and 5 ?m particle size, using UV detection at 217nm. Mobile phase consisting of Acetonitrile:Phosphate buffer pH 5.0 (25:75 v/v), with flow rate was 1ml / min. Chromatogram showed the main peak at a retention time of 2.349 0.02 min. The linearity was found in the concentration range of 5-15 (?g/ml). The Correlation coefficient was 0.9998. The limit of detection and limit of quantitation for estimation of Bambuterol was found to be 1.6 (?g/ml) and 5.04 (?g/ml) respectively. Recovery of Bambuterol was found to be in the range of 98.73-100.62 %. The Proposed method can be used for the routine analysis of Bambuterol in pharmaceutical dosage form.
The Act of Rebalancing the Portfolio published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Muhasin Haneefa Expectation of risk and return are determined by a portfolios asset allocation. Over the time, market return can cause one or more assets to drift away from their initial target asset allocation, leading to portfolio that may not reflect an investors risk tolerance. An investor should decide which rebalancing strategy he should adopt in order to maintain his initial target asset allocation. This paper presents why an investor should rebalance their portfolio and the different rebalancing strategy that investors can adopt to maintain their target asset allocation.
Chemical composition, antibacterial and antifungal activities of the Cedrus atlantica (Endl.) Manettiex Carrire seeds essential oil published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Rachid Rhafouri, Badr Strani, Touria Zair, Mohamed Ghanmi, Abderrahman Aafi, Mohamed El Omari and Amar Bentayeb The Atlas cedar is an endemic species of the African North Mountains. The goal for which this work was conducted is to determine the chemical composition and to study the antibacterial and the antifungal activity of the hydrodistilized essential oil from both the winged and wingless seeds of the High Atlas Cedrus atlantica (Morocco). The essential oil is analyzed by gas chromatography and gas chromatography mass spectrometry. The essential oil yields of winged as well as wingless seeds were respectively 2.6% and 3.6%.The main constituents of the cedar wingless seeds are the ?-pinene, the manool, and the bornyl acetate; whereas, the major constituents of the cedar winged seeds are the manool and the ?-pinene. The antibacterial and antifungal activities of the essential oils were tested on four bacteria, three molds and four fungi of wood rot. The fungal strains tested were revealed more sensitive to the essential oil studied than the bacterial strains

Extracellular GroEL Promotes adherence of ΔrhlA mutant to inert surfaces in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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Sebnem Bukavaz

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is particularly notorious producing robust biofilm. Bacterial biofilms are threedimensional systems, attached to inert or living surfaces that are surrounded by an extracellular matrix consisting of; extracellular DNA, proteins, exopolysaccharides, and secondary metabolites (Guilbaud et al., 2017). There are evidences indicating that a biofilm matrix forms micro-environments in which cells are optimally organized to resist stress and use available nutrients. For example, eDNA acts as a biofilm scaffold by binding with other biomolecules, such as peptides, enzymes, proteins, and polysaccharides (Withchurch et al., 2002; Das et al., 2016). Zhang et al., (2015) pointed out that the polysaccharides provide mechanical stability, mediate bacterial adhesion to surfaces, and form a cohesive, threedimensional network that connects and immobilizes biofilm cells. However, the complex network leading to complete biofilm formation is not well understood. Alayande et al., (2018) reported that the quorum sensing system molecules and unknown secreted proteins involve P. aeruginosa biofilms.

Teaching English As A Second Language in Rural Schools of Odisha A Review published in

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Sasmita Bharati, Dr.Sthitaprajna This study attempts to find out the key issues related to ESL teaching and learning situation in rural schools in odisha. The article examines the state strategy on language education, quality questions in second language education through an analysis of language policy practices and the curriculum of rural schools. The paper would explore the possibilities of evolving strategies for empowering rural students and equipping the English teacher supposed to teach English in rural areas.
Impact of high level of Aluminum on Parathyroid hormone in Bauxite dust exposed mine workers published in

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Aruna A. Jawade, Ruchika K. Jain, Shubhangi K. Pingle, Rajani G. Tumane, Lucky R. Thakkar, B. B. Mandal, Pravin N. Soni Bauxite ore is a major source of aluminium mineral. Dust particles of bauxite ore may be deposited in parathyroid gland and ultimately interrupt the secretion of parathyroid hormone (PTH) and calcium metabolism. In the present exploratory and stratified randomized study, 273 subjects were selected from three different bauxite producing mines. Whole blood and serum samples were used for measurement of Aluminium, PTH and calcium level respectively. The result shows that there is a negative correlation between levels of Al, Ca and PTH. It was also observed that PTH level is significantly decreased (p <0.0001) in experimental group as compared to both the groups. It was also observed that PTH level decreases as the duration of exposure increases. Our preliminary findings suggest that PTH may be used as a potential biomarker for early detection of bauxite dust toxicity among exposed workers. Evaluation of PTH with panel of biomarkers may be helpful for further research on the bauxite toxicity among bauxite dust exposed workers.
Awareness ofMGNREGA among rural women of Faizabad district published in

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NEHA TIWARI AND RAJSHREE UPADHYAY The present study was conducted in Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The purpose of the study was to find out the awareness of MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) among rural women. The sample consisted of 100 randomly selected beneficiaries from two Panchayat samities. Personal interview technique was used for collecting data.Findings of the study revealed that awareness of the respondents about different aspect of MGNREGA ranged between 29.66 to 86.11 MPS (mean per cent score).
SCREENING OF PHYTOCHEMICAL AND IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT EFFICACY ON SELECTED RED SEAWEED (ACANTHOPHORA SPECIFERA) COLLECTED FROM GULF OF MANNAR, TAMILNADU, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*R.Rajesh Kumar and 2K.Jeyaprakash Acanthophora Specifera is a species of marine red seaweed and in the family Rhodomelaceae. They were freshly collected from Mandapam Coastal Area, Rameswaram Tamilnadu, India and rinsed in seawater and packed in aseptic bags for further proceedings to laboratory. Seaweeds are potential renewable resources in the marine environment. It has been used as antioxidant and antimutagen. Hence, the present study was carried out to exhibit the preliminary phytochemical screening and invitro antioxidant properties of various extracts of Acanthophora specifera. Methanol, ethanol and water extracts were prepared for further analysis. Out of these three extracts, methanolic extract showed the maximum phytoconstituents. The results of the present study revealed the presence of tannin, saponin, flavonoids, steroids, terpenoids, alkaloids, aminoacid, polyphenol, anthroquinone, glycosides. Our study also demonstrated the good invitro antioxidant efficacy of methanolic extract of Acanthophora specifera. Therefore, We concluded that Acanthophora specifera may be used as rich source of phytoconstituents and natural antioxidants.

Estimation of Cooling Load Calculations for a Commercial Complex

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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I. S. N. V. R. Prashanth | V. Nikitha | B. Aravind | N. Mahesh

In this project we discussed the cooling load calculations for a commercial building by using revit software Window air conditioners, split air conditioners are used in small buildings and offices etc but in big buildings and commercial complex we use central air conditioning systems this systems are installed far away from the buildings. The cooled air is supplied to the building with the help of ducts. When ducts are not properly designed, then it will lead to problem such as frictional loss, higher installation cost, increased noise and power consumption. For minimizing this problem, a proper design of duct is needed. Equal friction method is used to design the duct it gives the comparison of pressure drop in rectangular duct and circular duct. Central air conditioning is more reliable for easy operation with a lower maintenance cost. Cooling load items such as, people heat gain, lighting heat gain, infiltration and ventilation heat gain can easily by using REVIT SOFTWARE. The programme can also be used to calculate cooling load due to walls and roofs. And results were compared with the standard data given by ASHRAE and CARRIER. The RULE OF THUMB method is used to calculate the heat developed in the rooms. These methods are used for lower power consumption capital cost and improve aesthetics of building I. S. N. V. R. Prashanth | V. Nikitha | B. Aravind | N. Mahesh "Estimation of Cooling Load Calculations for a Commercial Complex" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23322.pdf
 
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Masculinization of Gymnocorymbus Ternetzi (Boulenger) Using Short Term Immersion of 17 ? -Methyl Testosterone published in

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

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
S. Ladjel, A. Zellagui, N. Gherraf Thapsia garganica is a very famous medicinal plant known especially for its therapeutic effects such as diuretic, emetic and purgative. A resin is extracted with alcohol from the bark of the root. The plant has been considered specific in treating pain, though caution is advised since it is poisonous to some mammals. The plant is also strongly rubefacient, producing blisters and intense itching. In the present study, we have undertaken a Reinvestigation of essential oil content of this widely used plant because of its important bioactive effect to heal many ailments.
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.
Suicide Cases in Manipal, South India: An Autopsy Study published in

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Charan K Shetty Suicide constitutes a major public health problem. It is a manifestation of self-destructive behavior that results from a crisis situation often not sufficiently recognized by relatives and friends or by the medical profession. The present study sample consisted of 656 cases of suicide out of the 3571 total autopsy cases done in the department of Forensic Medicine, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka. The present study shows that the people of all age groups were involved. The highest incidence was amongst the 2130 years (35.06 %). Male victims predominated. Present study predicts marriage as being one of the important risk factors for suicide. Most of the victims belonged to the Hindu religion (86.4 %). When we look at the presence of any past illness, 174 cases (26.5%) were having some form of chronic physical and mental disorders at the time of committing suicides. Although seasonal variation is not much, however the present study reveals highest number of cases in summer season (36.1%). Despair with life was the most common motive for suicide. 74.4 % of the total victims in the present study used chemicals for terminating their lives and only 26.8 % of the study group used physical methods for committing suicide. Amongst those who opted for physical methods, hanging was the most common (15.6 %). Among the poisoning cases, organ phosphorus poisoning (51 %) was the most commonly used method for suicide. Keywords: Autopsy, Suicide, Methods, Poisoning, Hanging
Calcifying Fibrous Tumor of Peritoneum in a Case of Ulcerative Colitis: An Unusual Coexistence published in

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Nishat Afroz, Jai Kumar Chaurasia, Nida Shamim Calcifying fibrous tumor is a rare, benign mesenchymal tumor of children and young adults, usually occurring within the subcutaneous and deep soft tissues of the extremities, trunk, neck, inguinal and scrotal region. Its occurrence in peritoneum is rare. Here, we report a case of calcifying fibrous tumor, which incidentally presented as peritoneal mass at the right hepatic flexure of colon in a 30-year-old female who underwent laparotomy for ulcerative colitis and was operated for the same. The histopathological and immunohistochemical findings of the peritoneal mass were consistent with calcifying fibrous tumor, comprising of spindled fibroblasts, abundant hyalinized collagen, several foci of dystrophic and psammomatous calcifications with focal lympho-plasmacytic inflammation and positive vimentin and factor XIIIa immunoexpression.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE TYPES OF RISKS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INVESTMENT PROJECTS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
L.V. Prykina, O.A. Bezborodova The authors reveal the essence of the implementation of investment projects in the construction sector, give the currently accepted list of risks in this area, and then by selecting the stages of the life cycle of investment projects suggest on that basis a new classification of risks. The value of this classification is determined by the fact that for each phase we identified a full range of risks associated with each stage. This allows you to prepare in advance a set of measures to neutralize these risks in life cycle stages of investment projects, which is essential for the effective elimination of negative effects of these risks.
Genetic diversity analysis of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] genotypes using RAPD markers published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
B.N. MOTAGI*, C.C. ANGADI1, G.K. NAIDU2 AND T.R. SHASHIDHAR3 Genetic diversity among 21 released varieties of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] was analysed using RAPD markers. A total of forty primers of two series (OPF01-20 and OPAG01-20) were used to screen the polymorphic primers and the profiles generated by three such primers were used for analysis. The genetic similarity co-efficients among genotypes varied between 0.44 to 0.82. Based on UPGMA and SAHN clustering cowpea genotypes grouped into two main clusters. Cluster II comprised of genotypes CO-7 and GC 3, while other nineteen genotypes were grouped under cluster I. However, the primers OPF 2, OPF 20 and OPAG15 were most polymorphic that can be used to fingerprint cowpea varieties
Peranan Kaum Awam dalam Pertumbuhan Gereja KIBAID Jemaat Latimojong published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Polikarpus Ka'pan Dalam menindaklanjuti amanat Agung Yesus Kristus yang yang rerdapat dalam Matius 28 :1, 20 Yaitu menjadikan sekalian bangsa murid-Nya maka kaum awam harus diberi pelatihan dan peran agar terlibat dalam berbagai bentuk kehidupannya menjadi saksi Kristus sehingga Gereja dapat bertumbuh. Gereja KIBAID Latimojong berkembang dengan berdirinya beberapaJemaat di Makassar, karena kaum Awam diberi pelatihan dan peran dalam bersaksi. Dalam tulisan ini akan dipaparkan tentang dasar Alkitab mengenai peran atau keterlibatan kaum Awam dan strategi Pertumbuhan Gereja. Bagian ini merupakan rinjauan pustaka yang dianggap sangat penting sebagai landasan untuk melangkah pada pembahasan inti yairu peranan kaum awam sebagai strategi pertumbuhan gereja KIBAIDJemaat Latimojong. Landasan tersebut adalah pemahaman dasar tentang peranan kaum awam dalam pertumbuhan gereja.
Indicadores y condiciones de salud en un grupo de trabajadores informales venteros del centro de Medelln (Colombia) 2008 2009 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Mara Osley Garzn Duque, Rubn Daro Gmez Arias, Fabio Len Rodrguez Ospina Introduction: indicators of self-perception and socio-demographic, occupational and family conditions of informal workers innkeepers. Methods: cross sectional study on a sample of 170 innkeepers in 2009 whith an individual interview. Results: predominated males (65%), those over 35 years (85%), 88% of interviewed were heads of households, belonged to the poorest strata 1 and 2; their educational level was low (5 3,3 years); the weekly number of hours of work was between 60 and 119, seniority in the office of innkeeper was high (M = 18.5); and the men perceived higher incomes than women; 35% of workers had mild or severe family dysfunction. The total scores of the SF-36 were relatively good, (between 58.59 and 82.06). Women had poorer health and word perception than men. Conclusion: the workers was exposed to socio-economic, occupational, and adverse family conditions, and as vulnerable population require the development of policies public.
USE OF BIBLICAL ALLUSIONS IN SONG OF SOLOMON BY TONI MORRISON published in

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Subhash Singh Toni Morrison presents a view of internalized racism, which is the result of blacks who have come to view themselves through white eyes. Also highlighted are the white supremacist attitudes of both blacks and whites. Morrison gives her characters biblical names in order to align them with well-known figures. As a result, many of the characters in Song of Solomon carry with them not only their own personal history as described in the novel, but also the history of a biblical namesake. In the novel, names describe characters personalities and behavior. Circe, for instance, shares her name with an enchantress in Homers Odyssey who provides Odysseus with crucial help for his voyage homeward. Almost all of the characters in Song of Solomon are black. The few white characters represent violence and wrongdoing. The healing power of song is a common theme in African-American culture where it allows people to share experiences.
TALENT MANAGEMENT AS THE INSTRUMENT OF EFFECTIVE INTRODUCTION OF SYSTEMS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN RUSSIAN ENTERPRISES published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
R.S. Volodin, A.A. Dmitrieva The interaction of the talent management and systems of the environmental management by introduction of the modern methods of economic activity in russian enterprises are examined In the article
In vitro plantlet regeneration from tendril explants of spine gourd (Momordica dioica Roxb. ex. wild) published in

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S.Raju, Ravi Chithakari, Md. Mustafa The effect of amino acids in combination with cytokinin was observed for the maturation and regeneration of embryogenic callus in spine gourd. Highest percentage (80%) embryogenic callus was obtained on MS medium fortified with 2.0 mg/L each of 2, 4-D and BAP in tendril explants. Maximum numbers of shoots (8 shoots/ embryogenic calli) were observed on MS medium supplemented with 4.0 mg/L BAP in combination with 2.0 mg/L L-glutamic acid from embryogenic calli derived from tendril explants. Addition of the amino acid L-glutamic acid provides plant cells with an immediately available source of nitrogen, which generally can be taken up by the cultured cells more rapidly than inorganic nitrogen. All shoots were rooted on MS medium augmented with IBA (3.0 mg/L). The regenerated plantlets were acclimatized in plastic pots and transferred to field condition with 70% survivability.
EXTENDED RELEASE TABLET FORMULATION CONTAINING DICLOFENAC SODIUM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dipti Phadtare*, Ganesh Phadtare, Nilesh Barhate, Mahendra Asawat Diclofenac Sodium is a potent non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug with analgesic and antipyretic properties. Due to its low solubility in water and high permeability it is classified as BCS II. Diclofenac Sodium as a model drug is widely used to study the different dosage form. However, extended release systems prepared incorporating diclofenac sodium has received considerable attention. The main objective of the present work was to develop a extended release matrix tablet of Diclofenac sodium using hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) as release controlling factor and to evaluate drug release parameters as per various release kinetic models. In order to achieve required extended release profile, 185mg tablets with different drug: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC) ratio were formulated. Extended-release matrix tablets containing 75mg diclofenac sodium were prepared wet granulation. Formulated extended-release diclofenac sodium tablets were analyzed for in-vitro drug release. The results of the present study point out that Diclofenac sodium release from HPMC matrices are mainly controlled by the Drug:HPMC ratio as well as viscosity of HPMC . Drug release kinetics of this formulation correspond best to Zero order model and drug release mechanism swelling, polymer disentanglement and erosion based on release exponent value of Korsmeyer and Peppas equation.
LOW CYCLE FATIGUE LIFE PREDICTION OF INCONEL 617 IN ELEVATED TEMPERATURE FOR POSSIBLE USE IN GAS TURBINE COMBUSTION CHAMBER LINERS published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Potana Venkateswara Rao Christian Mission practice in India has been influenced by different theories and theologies developed by different missiologists and mission practitioners. In fact, Christian mission history informs the reader that the Western missions encountered different cultures and imposed their western culture on Indians. Therefore Christian faith in India has been westernized in its theology, art and mission praxis. Since the Indian Christians have been depending on the west for their theology, financial resources, leadership and administration, Christianity in India is under the hegemony of the western Church. In this context the focus of the paper is on the subject Indigenization with an aim to help the Indian Christians to relate themselves to the culture and context of the Indians.
Soil fertility and uptake as influenced by different intercropping in summer pearlmillet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
B.L. YADAV*, B.S. PATEL1 AND S.K. YADAV2 A field experiment was conducted during the summer season 2010 at Agronomy Instructional Farm, Department of Agronomy, Chimanbhai Patel College of Agriculture, Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University, Sardarkrushinagar (Gujarat) to study on intercropping in summer pearlmillet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br. Emend. Stuntz]. Thirteen treatments of sole crops and intercropping systems viz., T1: pearlmillet sole, T2: cowpea sole, T3: greengram sole, T4: mothbean sole, T5: sesame sole, T6: pearlmillet + cowpea (1:1), T7: pearlmillet + cowpea (1:2), T8: pearlmillet + greengram (1:1), T9: pearlmillet + greengram (1:2), T10: pearlmillet + mothbean (1:1), T11: pearlmillet + mothbean (1:2), T12: pearlmillet + sesame (1:1) and T13: pearlmillet + sesame (1:2) were evaluated in a Randomized Block Design with three replications. The soil was loamy sand, neutral (pH 7.0) low in organic carbon (0.17%), available nitrogen (149 kg N/ha), medium in available phosphorus (46 kg P2O5/ha) and high in potassium (281 kg K2O/ha). The higher available nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium were observed in pulses sole and intercropping systems. Green gram sole established its superiority by recording available nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Intercropping of cowpea, greengram, mothbean and sesame at 1:1 and 1:2 row ratios in pearlmillet recorded significantly higher N, P and K content (%) of pearlmillet. While, in case of N content (%) found significantly higher in intercrops when grown as sole crop, but P and K content (%) found higher in intercropping systems.Maximum total N, P and K uptake of pearlmillet was recorded under sole crop, though when pearlmillet crop intercropped with pluses and sesame crop. All intercrops sown as sole crop recorded higher total N, P and K uptake as compared to intercropped in pearlmillet.
A Study To Assess The Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program on Knowledge About The Prevention of Lead Poisoning Among The Mothers of Toddlers in Selected Rural Areas of Hassan in Karnataka published in

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Mr. Vipin Vageriya -
PLASMA-OXYGEN INTERACTION DURING THIN FILMS DEPOSITION BY LASER ABLATION: DETERMINATION OF THE INTERACTION PRESSURE THRESHOLD AND EFFECT ON THE THIN FILMS PROPERTIESE published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
S. Lafane, T. Kerdja, S. Abdelli-Messaci, Y. Khereddine, M. Kechouane In this contribution we study the effect of the oxygen pressure on the plasma dynamics during the ablation of oxides materials into an oxygen gas. The study was done using fast imaging and ion probe techniques. Both techniques revealed that a threshold oxygen pressure is needed to initiate the plume oxygen interaction. This threshold oxygen pressure depends on the ablated material. A clear effect of this threshold pressure on the structural and phase composition of the deposited thin films is shown.
IN-VITRO ACTIVITY OF TIGECYCLINE AGAINST CLINICAL ISOLATES OF ACINETOBACTER BAUMANNII BY E-TEST METHOD IN RABAT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Es-said Imane1, Benouda Amina 2 Introduction: The progressively increasing resistance of A. baumannii to widely used antibiotics such as broad spectrum cephalosporins, carbapenems, fluoroquinolones and aminoglycosides is a major problem, urgently requiring more antibiotic options. Tigecycline has been used mainly as part of a combination regimen for the treatment of some infections and most patients included in these reports had good clinical outcomes. Our study aimed to determine the in-vitro activity of this antibiotic against clinical A. baumannii isolates. Materials and methods: The study was conducted in the university hospital Sheikh Zaid in Rabat. The study included fifty strains of Acinetobacter baumannii isolated from fifty different patients in different units (ICUs, medicine and surgery) Susceptibility testing of these antibiotics was performed according to the method of distributable disks on Mueller Hinton.The interpretation of the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of tigecycline against isolates of A. baumannii was given according to Administration U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Results: A substantial number of the isolates were found to be resistant to imipenem (80%), ciprofloxacin (88%), amikacin (80%), gentamicin (88%), amoxicillin-clavulanic acid (98%), sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim (84%) and for all these six antibiotics (70%). Susceptibility to tigecycline varied from 25.71% (susceptible isolates) to 74.29% (intermediate isolates) for 0% (resistant isolates). Conclusion: These in vitro results show that tigecycline has good bacteriostatic activity against A. baumannii, including strains multiresistants.
SECURE DATA TRANSMISSION IN MANETS USING DSR, AODV, TRUST PROTOCOLS? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.Sangeetha, K.Rajakumari? MANETs may be an assortment of wireless mobile nodes forming a network while not victimization any existing infrastructure. Varied issues area unit principally thanks to the shortage of resources of those networks. The solutions for typical networks area unit sometimes not decent to supply economical adhoc operations. The wireless nature of communication and lack of security infrastructure raise many security issues. Increased accommodative Acknowledge (EAACK) one in all the Intrusion Detection System (IDS) mechanism that will increase the integrity IDS victimization digital signature, ACK digitally signed before its reach destination. In EACCK probabilities to create false acknowledgement. EACCK uses DSR routing protocol for characteristic the route. DSR causes additional Routing Overhead. Instead of DSR, AODV and TRUST protocols accustomed offer less end-to-end delay and routing overhead. Comparison of those protocol accustomed choose higher path to secure transmission between nodes.
Sub basin water transfer studies in upper Krishna river basin published in

Engineering Technology in India

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

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Snehal Singh1*, Biresh Kumar Sarkar2, X. Fatima Grace3, Manish Devgan4 The aim of this study was to formulate an herbal cream of Equisetum arvense extract and its antimicrobial evaluation. Disk diffusion method was used to assess antibacterial activity of Equisetum arvense extract. Herbal cream formulation was prepared by incorporating various ingredients together followed by the addition of herbal extract. The cream formulation was evaluated for the quality parameters. Results showed that Equisetum arvense was effective on S. aureus and E. coli. The antibacterial activity increases with the concentration of extract. The values of quality parameters lie within range. Study established cream formulation of Equisetum arvense as a stable herbal formulation which can be utilized for topical infections.
A general overview of Section 498 A of the Indian Penal Code published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Naresh Kumar The present paper aims to throw light on Section 498 A of the Indian Penal Code. In the present paper I am discussing the circumstances that arose to incorporate the section, whats this section gave us, how it began to be abused and how the judiciary has made endeavours to fine tune it.

An Empirical Study on Underwriting Risk of Insurance Companies in Bangladesh

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mohammad Imtiaz Alam

The objective of this study is to give a clear overview of the insurance companies operated in the Bangladesh. This study aims to find the determinants of the underwriting risk of the insurance companies in Bangladesh. Further it extends the study to determine the decision and risk taking ability of the insurance companies in the Bangladeshi context. The sample used in this study has taken from the Bangladeshi insurance company incorporated under the Bangladeshi insurance act for the time frame between 2013 and 2017. Using SPSS statistical software the multiple linear regression analysis has been done. Empirical result shows that underwriting risk is related to the different factors such as firm size, capital level, GDP, liquid asset and return on asset. The limitation of this study was the lack of availability of the data and sample is limited to Bangladeshi insurance company. Mohammad Imtiaz Alam "An Empirical Study on Underwriting Risk of Insurance Companies in Bangladesh" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26379.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/risk-management/26379/an-empirical-study-on-underwriting-risk-of-insurance-companies-in-bangladesh/mohammad-imtiaz-alam

OPTIMIZATION OF DEBT AND INVESTMENT INCOME FOR INVESTMENT PROJECT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anatoly Aleksandrovich Naumov The paper discusses the approaches to the problem of optimizing the parameters of borrowing schemes and investments in external projects for investment projects. Methods for estimating the effectiveness of such schemes are based on performance using the procedure of compounding financial flows. We propose new performance indicators for projects based on the method of detail flows (MDF). Problem is formulated for searching of optimal values for flow parameters of project.
GEOGRAPHIC ROUTING SCHEME BASED ON DYNAMIC LOCATION UPDATE AND LOAD BALANCING MECHANISM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.Rajalakshmi, K.Gowsic? Data transmission and beacon transmission is based on the location information of each and every node which is connected in the network, in the geographic routing. Hence the beacon packets are transmitted by the neighbor node to the requested node by using APU (Adaptive Position Update) scheme.APU scheme incorporates two rules such as Mobility Prediction (MP) Rule and On-Demand Learning (ODL) rule.APU dynamically adjust the beacon update interval based on the movement of the node. To reduce the updating cost and also to improve the performance of the network, ODL rule is used.ODL creates the topology for the active nodes i.e., forwarding node while transferring the data. But MP rule is not able to handle the link failure while transferring the data. In order to overcome that failure, the Extended Adaptive Position Update (EAPU) scheme has been proposed. It has two ways to overcome the link failure, inaccuracy of the topology and performance degradation as 1) Request for new neighbor nodes neighbor list.2) Verification of acknowledgement, Transmission and path. To achieve the later, the system with TCP protocol instead of using UDP for trustworthy connection has been proposed. Also, load at the time of transmission of data packets in the forwarding node get reduced since TCP protocol is an End-to-End Packet delivery. Thus the system is enhanced with the benefits of EAPU along with TCP for routing purpose as well as trustworthy logical connection.
A CONCISE REVIEW ON ORAL pH INDEPENDENT CONTROLLED DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A. Anil Kumar*1, T.E. Gopala Krishna Murthy2, A. Prameela Rani3 Innovations in the area of drug delivery are taking place at a much faster pace. As compared with last two decades, during the last decade many controlled drug delivery systems for oral administration have been developed by using many techniques. Even though these techniques are having lot of limitations and less applicable to weakly acidic or basic drugs which are exhibiting pH dependent solubility, Due to the pH-dependent solubility of ionizable drugs, oral tablets containing ionizable drugs are particularly prone to these release rate fluctuations. For such drugs Intra and Inter subject variability of entire GIT pH, patient related diseased conditions and the fast and fed conditions which may vary the pH at local site leads to Poor In vitro-In vivo correlation. Hence there is need to develop pH Independent drug delivery system to overcome all the limitations. There are few techniques such as Diffucaps technology, Use of pH modifiers, Use of surfactants, Combination of non ionic and Ionic polymers, Supersaturation technique along with nucleation inhibitors and Osmotic drug delivery to fulfil the object of pH Independent systems . These novel approaches may help the future research in gaining control over the significant drawbacks of pH dependent solubility of drugs.
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE UNTUK PERADILAN DI INDONESIA (Perspektif Yuridis Filosofis dalam Penegakan Hukum In Concreto) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Kuat Puji Prayitno Restorative justice is a philosophy, a process, an idea, a theory and an intervention, that emphasizes repairing the harm caused or revealed by criminal behaviour. This process is in stark contrast to the established way of addressing crime which are seen as offences committed against the State. Restorative justice finds its footing in the basic philosophy of the four precepts of Pancasila, namely prioritizing deliberation in decision making. Purpose of the settlement with the Victim Offender Mediation is to "humanize" the justice system, that fairness is able to answer what the actual needs of victims, offenders and communities. Key words: Restorative justice, victim offender mediation, repairing the harm
INFLUENCE OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FEDERAL AND REGIONAL ELITE ON SAFETY OF THE STATE published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Alexandr Mikhaylov, Sergey Vorontsov Sometimes the term elite loaned from foreign socio-humanistic disciplines is not easy corresponding with modern Russian realities. And more special it concerns political elite. The possession of a whole number of personal and moral qualities was a sign of belonging to elite of its representative in pre-revolutionary Russia, but elite has been depersonalized in the Soviet political model and could be described in nomenclature terms. Actually, the elite production technology has been put in motion, identification the elite was defined by a post occupied and could be lost at any time by its owner owing to these or those reasons. Thus the interests of elite were identified with the interests of the state. In the 90s another model has come to replace the Soviet model of formation of elite on a nomenclature basis, where the political elite is recruited as a team representing the interests of the specific functionary. Such approach has resulted in a further depreciation of elite to a group carrying out functions of supernumeraries to certain charismatic leaders. Under these conditions the elite appears to be even less stable and distinctly shaped. At the moment the system of preparation of elite is in a deep crisis and that is focused not on real formation but on production of some substitute which is not possessing real attributes of elitism. In the presented theses an attempt is undertaken, ascending from the particular to the general, to estimate inductively the real condition of the Russian elite. A problem of the actual state of a political elite recruitment system in Russia is poses, its real situation is described, and the issue of need of radical improvement of quality of elite through modernization of public administration system and revision of the elite recruitment concept is brought up.
EFFECT OF CAESALPINIA SAPPAN LINN CHLOROFORM EXTRACT ON ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETES MELLITUS IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manoj Khanna Nalla, Madhan Mohan Elsani, Krishna Mohan Chinnala* Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by a loss of glucose homeostasis caused by pancreatic ?-cell destruction or because of insulin resistance. Complications in some of these organs can lead to death. Management of diabetes mellitus is a global concern and successful treatment is very essential for preventing or at least delaying the onset of long-term complications of the disorder. It is believed that the traditional medicines used for the treatment of diabetes mellitus to attenuate the progression of complications of the disease. The search for the effective herbal drugs for the treatment of diabetes based on ethno medical clues still continues and in the long run has yielded us invaluable herbal remedies. To prove the ethno medical use of such folkloric traditional medicines, we have selected such ethno botanically important Caesalpinia sappan Linn, a plant used in the traditional systems of medicine in India for various uses. Chloroform extract of Caesalpinia sappan Linn. (CECS) was used at two dose levels 200mg/kg and 400mg/kg body weight and administered orally for 21 days to Alloxan induced diabetic rats. They significantly (p<0.001) reduced the blood glucose, total cholesterol and triglyceride levels and regulation in serum total proteins levels when compared with the standard Glibenclamide 10 mg/kg body weight.
A REVIEW ON APPLICATION OF NATURAL BIOADHESIVE POLYSACCHARIDES FOR INTRANASAL DRUG DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Deepak Suresh Minde*, Abhishek Kumar Singh, Ravindranath B. Saudagar There are several routes of drug administration like oral, trans-dermal, parenteral, rectal, ocular, intro-vaginal, nasal etc. Amongst them nasal drug delivery shows great impact. Extensive efforts have done to target a drug in a particular region of body for long period of time not only for local targeting of drugs but also for control release of drug from delivery system. Many nasal formulations have reported till now with improved bioavailability. However, the major limitation with nasal route administration is the poor contact of the formulations with the nasal mucosa due to mucoceliary clearance. Many attempts have been done in the recent past to increase the residence time of drug formulations in the nasal cavity, resulting in improved nasal drug absorption by using mucoadhesive polymers. A variety of polymers has been used for the development of nasal formulation. Uses of natural polymers for development of drug delivery systems are the foremost priority of the researchers from recent past.The pharmaceutical researchers are moving towards the development of drug delivery system by using natural polymers. These efforts are done to maximize their bio-availability and patient protection by minimizing toxic effect which is highly associated with synthetic polymers. This review focuses on the various natural mucoadhesive polymers that have been used and showed a potential for muscoadhesion in to nasal cavity.
Management of Rhizoctonia root rot of pea (Pisum sativum L.) by integrated biological and chemical approach published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
LAXMI RAWAT*,YOGENDRA SINGH1, BIJENDRA KUMAR ANDARVIND SHULKLA2 An experiment was conducted to assess the efficacy of Trichoderma isolates (Th-14 and Th-21) alone and/or in combination with the fungicide Topsin-M against pea root rot caused byRhizoctonia solani Kuhn (R-15) under both in vitro and in vivo conditions. Both the Trichoderma isolates inhibited mycelial growth of R-15 in paired culture method. The compatibility of both the systems (Trichoderma and Topsin-M) was also evaluated for successful integration of biological and chemical methods for controlling Rhizoctonia root rot of pea. The growth of Trichoderma isolates were not effected by Topsin-M even at concentration of 600 mg/l. Whereas, the growth of R-15 was significantly reduced even at concentration of 100 mg/l. Per cent germination, seedling survival (%), shoot and root dry weights were reduced in untreated plants in infested soil (check1). However, Plants obtained fromTrichoderma and/or Topsin-M treated seeds showed comparatively higher per cent germination, shoot and root dry weights. Reduction in root rot severity was more when seeds were treated with Trichoderma isolates alone or in combination with Topsin-M compared to Topsin-M alone. The population density ofR. solaniwas reduced significantly in the rhizosphere of pea seedlings obtained from seeds pretreated with Trichoderma and/or Topsin-M. Minimum CFU/g of R-15 was obtained from soil sample collected from the pot given T4 (Th-14+ Topsin-M+ R-15) treatment. Thus, the two systems (Th-14 and Topsin-M) showed a synergistic effect for controlling Rhizoctonia root rot of pea
(Psychological violence in Organization: A Case of Service Businesses published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Ercan Yavuz, Arzu Grdo?an One of the major problems which is psychological violance/mobbing at work for employees. After a while even the superior skills of the staff, the effect of psychological violence can be even more devastating than physical violence. In this study, demographic characteristics of employees in the hospitality enterprises was examined whether differences in the perception of mobbing or not. In this research survey method was used that 442 employees who are in service sector in Mugla. According to the results that employees have the perception of psychological violence, staff, who have an administrative duties, are higher perceptions of psychological violence than other staff, staff who are in the primary education has been found that the perception of higher psychological violence than other staff.
EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE AND ADVERSE DRUG REACTION REPORTING AMONG THE PRESCRIBERS AND NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL OF NORTHERN INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Afroz Abidi*, Ali Ahmad, S.K. Gupta, Dilshad Ali Rizvi, Sukhpreet Singh Objectives: The current study aimed to determine the status of knowledge, attitude and practice towards pharmacovigilance and ADR reporting in our teaching hospital.Material & Methods: This study was a cross- sectional questionnaire based survey conducted in our tertiary care teaching hospital of North India. Study instrument was a self developed, pre-validated questionnaire consisting of a total of 26 questions. The target respondents were doctors, residents and nurses. Results: A total of 228 questionnaires were considered for analysis, giving a response rate of 64.04%. The highest response rate was seen in residents i.e 53.94%. In our study 61.4% subjects were aware about pharmacovigilance but only 59.6% knew the importance of pharmacovigilance. The attitude of all the respondents was positive towards ADR reporting and a large number 73.2% thought that ADR reporting is necessary. The reporting rate in our institute was only 27.63% and the main reasons attributed for non reporting/under-reporting were lack of awareness of how to report and where to report, paucity of time, indifference, diffidence and non remuneration. Conclusion: Under-reporting is a grave problem in our institute also similar to other colleges of India. Increasing awareness by regular CMEs, symposiums, distribution of booklets, newsletters, display of posters across the hospital with helpline numbers will help in better understanding and can improve the reporting status of ADRs.
Impact of improvised production technology for rapeseed-mustard in West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. DUTTA Rapeseed mustard is one of the important crops under oilseed scenario in India. Likewise in West Bengal it is also one of the major oilseed crop which contributing 53% of total oilseed production of the state. One of the major constraints is low productivity of this crop due to non adoption of recommended package of practices and situation-specific improved varieties by most of the growers. The ex-post-facto analysis of secondary data pertaining to front line demonstrations (FLDs) in rapeseed-mustard conducted under Integrated scheme on Oilseeds, Pulses, Oilpalm and Maize (ISOPOM) revealed 22.7% yield advantage by adoption of improved varieties may be possible. The other components viz. adoption of right method and time of sowing, seed treatment, application of sulphur and boron, integrated fertilizer and irrigation management, integrated pest and disease management showed 38.5,32.1,26.1, 23.4, 38.8 and 18.6% respectively yield advantage were exhibited over farmers practice. Popularization of these proven technologies to the rapeseed- mustard growers will help them to get higher economic returns with sustainable production system of the state.
NATURAL POLYMERS: AS PHARMACEUTICAL EXCIPIENTS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN DIFFERENT PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS - A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Saurabh Dilip Bhandare*, Ekta Kavade and Sunita Surse Advances in polymer science have led to the development of novel drug delivery systems which include: microspheres, nanoparticles, tablets, gels, transdermal patches, dermal patches, implants, noisome, and liposomes. Few polymers are obtained from natural resources, while the remaining are chemically synthesized and used. Therefore a large number of natural and synthetic polymers are presently available as a pharmaceutical excipients. But today, the extensive research in natural polymeric materials have gained focused and a growing attention; due to the interest in their eminent contribution to a number of pharmaceutically important factors like: relative abundance, economic, nontoxic, bio-degradable and eco-friendly nature; which makes it suitable for pharmaceutical industries to use them in variety of formulation and to develop a cost effective and economic dosage forms. Also their applicability in sustain and control release dosage forms have proved them to be a boon in the pharmaceutical and research sectors; to develop sustain and control release dosage forms. Owing to this potential applications of natural polymer in the field of pharmaceutical science, cosmetics, research, and other allied sciences, it becomes essential to emphasized on natural polymers as a pharmaceutical excipients. Thus in the present paper, natural polymers obtained from plants sources are evidently emphasized.

Modelling and Analysis of Go Kart Chassis

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Srinivasa Reddy | N. Sharathchandra | Mustafa | P. Jayanth

The best way to evaluate a functioning go kart would be testing its performance under various conditions and points. Therefore, a new go kart called Mech Tech initial was presented in this report. Mech Tech initial was constructed based on the common go kart size found in the market but with slight difference in the frame design. Mech Tech initial's chassis was built using steel pipes, bent and welded together, with consideration to the position, braking system, steering system, seat position and many more. Other go kart's components such as engine, seat, steering wheel, brake system, bumper and wheels are mounted to chassis to test the performance. The chassis dimensions were taken for further testing and future reference. Among the tests applied are weight distribution on each wheel, and 17 degree method. Srinivasa Reddy | N. Sharathchandra | Mustafa | P. Jayanth "Modelling and Analysis of Go-Kart Chassis" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23268.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/23268/modelling-and-analysis-of-go-kart-chassis/srinivasa-reddy
Information Technology and Environmental Related Health Issues with Special Reference to Past, Present and Future published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ananya Banerjee, Angana chakraborty An environment has become a threat for the existence of life. A study was made to assess the environmental problem issues with their various attributes in the past, present and future. Various attributes like Warming up of the atmosphere, the ozone layers thinning, the process of dissertations, the progressive devastation of the tropical and rain forests etc. It is evident that the environment was adequately habitable during the past throw the traditional practices but at the present due to heavy industrialization, urbanization and deforestation, environment pollution has come to a such a saturated position that it has become increasingly difficult for the habitation for the man and animals. Measures have been suggested keeping in view information technology in mind to mitigate the above stated environmental issues.
Organic Management Practices to Enhance Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Rice published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Naleeni Ramawat, Renu Yadav Nitrogen is very important element and its losses from the soil are enormous. It is lost from the soil in different ways as leaching and erosion, volatilization and denitrification. In India managing organic farming systems is a major challenge due to strong N limitation. Our methodology is mainly based on a better utilization of the natural nitrogen resources from soil mineralisation and symbiotic fixation of legumes, and not by an increase in the use of organic fertilizer. The focus is also to increase production and productivity, maintain soil health, reduce nutrient losses, Organic farming offers alternative system for sustainable production and natural resource system. The aim of nutrient management in organic systems is to optimize the use of onfarm resources and minimize losses. Organic materials such as, biofertilizers and cover crops are other valuable source of nutrients to improve the growth and yield attributes, yields, nutrient uptake, grain quality and soil fertility. The rice (Oryza sativa L.) - wheat (Triticumaestivum L.) cropping system occupies about 28.8 million hectares mainly spread over Asias five countries, namely, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and China. The paper outlines the organic farming management practices to enhance Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE) of rice-based cropping systems.
OCULAR DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhujbal S.S.*, Wale K.K., Mahale N.B.,Landage A.D.,Sayyed S.F.,Chaudhari S.R Ophthalmic drug delivery is one of the most interesting and challenging endeavors facing the pharmaceutical companies in the market. In ophthalmic formulation to the eye like solutions, suspensions, and ointments are available in the market shows drawbacks such as increased precorneal elimination, high variability in efficiency, and blurred vision. The major problem associated with the convent ional dosage forms is the bioavailability of drug. In the last three decades to improve the bioavailability by common to adding viscosity-enhancing agents or mucoadhesive polymers into dosage formulations. To overcome to conventional dosage formulations there were non-conventional technologies such as nanotechnology, microspheres, micro emulsion and ocular inserts could be developed in pharmaceutical market. This review focuses on recent development in conventional and nonconventional ophthalmic dosage formulation and products used to achieve prolonged contact time of drugs with the cornea and increases their bioavailability.
Genotype-Dependent Differential Response of Cereal Germinating Seeds Against published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

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Smaiel Malek Hosseini, Milad Ahmadi Najafabadi, Hossein Askari, Abbas Saidi, Ehsan Sadegh Nejad Land mines are one of the tragic problems to human security in many countries. Among many techniques suggested detecting landmines, plant-based detectors can be used as a reliable tool for unexploded ordnance detection. This study was conducted to determine different concentrations effect of trinitrotoluene (0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 45 and 60 ppm) on germination and early seedling growth of 6 species of cereals including Barley, Wheat, Durum wheat, Oat, Rye and Triticale. In contrast to oat and durum, barley and wheat genotypes had the best germination and germination index against different trinitrotoluene (TNT) concentrations. TNT showed no impact on the alpha amylase activity of the tolerant (Barley var. Bahman) and susceptible (Durum wheat) genotypes. Under higher TNT concentration, barley had the highest root length and root number and also was the best in dry matter allocation towards root tissues. We measured the different parameters for roots of 6 species of cereals, that oat was sensitive plant when exposed to TNT than others. With emphasis on the wide-range adaptation of cereals to climate and soil characteristics and their extensive and fibrous root systems, it is suggested that barley genotypes especially Bahman variety can be a confident plant to carry the essential genetic structure for explosive detection.

Protective effect of ethanolic extract and raw juice of Solanum betaceum on aluminum induced oxidative stress and associated memory deficits in rats

Anne P.N. Kengne, Rodrigue Tidjong, Dieudonné Kuate, Hermine T. Doungue, Prosper N.Takam and Inelle Makamwé. I

nvestigational Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology (2019) 2(1):27. Doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.31183/imcp.2019.00027.

 

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Investigational Medicinal Chemistry and pharmacology

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Application of Taguchi Method for Optimization of Process Parameters in Drilling Operation

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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R. Manohara | Mr. A. Harinath

Taguchi Method is a statistical approach to optimize the process parameters and improve the quality of components that are manufactured. The objective of this work is to illustrate the procedure adopted in using Taguchi Method to a drilling operation. The OA , S N ratio, and the ANOVA are employed to study the performance of drilling operation. In this analysis, three factors namely speed feed and depth of cut were considered. Accordingly, a suitable orthogonal array was selected and experiments were conducted. After conducting the experiments the MRR and Surface roughness was measured and Signal to Noise ratio was calculated. With the help of graphs, optimum values were obtained and confirmation experiments were carried out. These results were compared with the results of previous work . It reports that research relating to improving performance measures, optimizing the process parameters. The published paper also discusses the future trend of research work in the same area. R. Manohara | Mr. A. Harinath "Application of Taguchi Method for Optimization of Process Parameters in Drilling Operation" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd24003.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/24003/application-of-taguchi-method-for-optimization-of-process-parameters-in-drilling-operation/r-manohara
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ISOLATES OF ACTINOMYCETES FROM SOILS OF SEMI ARID REGIONS OF RAJASTHAN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Meeta Masand* and Ekta Menghani The present study describes the isolation and antimicrobial activity screening of actinobacteria from the semi arid regions of Rajasthan, India. A total of six strains of actinobacteria were isolated from the soil samples collected from various arid and semi regions around Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Sikar of Rajasthan. Soil samples were processed by selective methods to reduce the numbers of Gram-negative bacteria and to enrich slow-growing and spore-forming actinomycetes. The isolates were tested against six bacterial indicator strains Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Shigella flexneri, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Proteus vulgaris, Escherischia coli, Staphylococcus aureus. From the present study, it is clear that arid regions of Rajasthan the strains isolated shown antibacterial activity against six bacterial test strains. The anti microbial efficacy of the isolates varied greatly. Isolates A, B and E have shown antimicrobial activity against more than three test bacterial strains with zone of inhibition more than 7mm. Thus further studies needs to be carried out to process antibacterial agents in purified form.
On Analysis of Two-way ANOVA using Data Transformation Techniques published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Maidapwad S.L, Dr. Sananse S. L Generally most of the researchers use ANOVA technique considering normality in data, However, it is observed that many times data are not normal and violates assumptions of normality. In such cases data are analyzed using ANOVA and the significance of treatment may differ & recommendations of the experiments may change.This paper has thrown a light on this problem and presented here the consequences of the problem. In such cases data transformation may be one of the remedy for such problem. Here in this paper an attempt has been made to compare appropriate transformed data with normal ANOVA techniques and how significance of the treatment affects the recommendations of the experiment have been critically examined and consequences have been reported. The results are supported by numerical data. Some recommendationsbased on the present study are discussed. Further , the results obtained by these methods are compared and recommended.
A Study on Consumer Awareness About Private Label Brand Apparels in Coimbatore City published in

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G.REKHA, DR.B.KANAGARAJ Indian apparel retail market has faced a tremendous growth. The recent successful developments in the apparel retail sector are private label brands. Many of the retailers are increasing the percentage of private label brands in their product portfolio as the store brands will leave higher margins to them. The consumers are now-a-days preferring store brands heavily because they can save on money. The sale of private labels has increased exponentially in the past few years, which has enabled the retailers to be a strong competitive force against the national brands or the brands developed by manufacturers. Private label brands which were first introduced over 100 years ago in few product categories, had seen an impressive growth in past few decades. Hence an attempt has been made in the present study to identify the consumer awareness about private label brand apparels. The structured questionnaire was used to collect primary data. The collected data were then coded and analysed using SPSS 16

Clinical Manifestations of Philadelphia-negative Myeloproliferative Neoplasms in Sudan

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Journal of Bioscience and Applied Research

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Sahar  Elbager , Enaam Abdelgader , Samah Ali , Tahani Mursal , Nahid Yousif , Eltaher Osman , Amar Dowd , Magdi Bayoumi

Background/ objective: The Philadelphia-negative chronic myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs), is a heterogeneous group of oncohematological diseases that express a high burden of symptoms that significantly affect patient quality of life and are associated with high morbidity and premature mortality. This study aimed to determine the clinical manifestations of MPNs in Sudanese population.

Method: A retrospective study was carried out in the Radiation and Isotope Center at Khartoum (RICK), Sudan. 290 medical records of MPNs were examined.

Results: Polycythemia Vera (PV) was the most frequent (64.1%) with a median age at diagnosis of 50 years. It was, followed by Essential Thrombocythemia (ET) (28.6%, median age 48years) and Primary Myelofibrosis (PMF) (7.3%, median age 58years). Male patients had mostly a history of PV (p < 0.05). Females were predominately affected by ET (p < 0.05), despite the gender distribution of PMF patients was approximately similar (p > 0.05). Among PV cases, the main symptoms present at diagnosis were fatigue with fever reported by 31.2% of cases followed by headache (26.6%), joint pain (24.2%), splenomegaly (14.2%), hepatosplenomegaly and thrombotic complications. In ET, 43.4% of the cases complained about headache followed by fatigue associated with fever, joint pain, splenomegaly, hepatosplenomegaly. None of ET cases presented bleeding or thrombotic complications. In PMF cases, the main symptoms were fatigue with fever (19%) followed by joint pain, headache, fever, bleeding, thrombotic complication, splenomegaly, hepatosplenomegaly.

Conclusion: The current study showed that in Sudan, MPNs affects a younger population and PV was more prevalent than ET and PMF. The findings also revealed that headache, fatigue and joint pain were the most frequent symptoms.

Cranberry : a Boon to Periodontium published in

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Dr.Babita Pawar, Dr. P. P. Marawar, Dr.Richa Patel, Dr.Tushar Bhople Over the past decade, cranberries and their molecular components have received increasing attention from researchers in human health. A non-dialysable cranberry fraction enriched in high molecular weight polyphenols has very promising properties with respect to cariogenic and periodontopathogenic bacteria, as well as to the host inflammatory response and enzymes that degrade the extracellular matrix. Cranberry components are potential anti-caries agents since they inhibit acid production, attachment, and biofilm formation by Streptococcus mutans. Glucan-binding proteins, extracellular enzymes, carbohydrate production, and bacterial hydrophobicity, are affected by cranberry components. Cranberry polyphenols may reduce the inflammatory response, as well as the production and activity of proteolytic enzymes contributing to the destruction of the extracellular matrix in periodontal disease. The polyphenols of cranberries also interfere with various activities of Porphyromonas gingivalis, the main etiologic agent in chronic periodontitis. The unique combination of phytochemicals found in cranberry fruit may produce synergistic health benefits. Possible chemopreventive mechanisms of action by cranberry phytochemicals include induction of apoptosis in tumor cells, reduced ornithine decarboxylase activity, decreased expression of matrix metalloproteinases. This article summarizes the scientific evidence supporting the potential of cranberry polyphenols to prevent and/or treat diseases of oral diseases.
PSYCHO-SOCIAL DEPRESSION AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH; A STUDY ON RISK FACTORS IN HYDERABAD, PAKISTAN. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Raza Naseer, Muhammad Muneeb, Sanjay Maheshwari, Asad Khatri, Shamoon Noushad & Sadaf Ahmed. Cardiovascular health hazards has become one of major life threats in Pakistan, the risks may vary from province to province. Present study aims to find out the role of psycho-social depression & its relation with risks of cardiovascular maladies in city of Hyderabad-Pakistan. A cross-sectional study was conducted from November 2012 to February 2013; based on multiple logistic to investigate the relationship between Depression, lifestyle & blood pressure variations. The Study included 174 subjects both males and females gender with age between 18- 25 years. Depression rating scale was used to evaluate type & cause of depression furthermore BMI and blood pressure of each subject were also noted. Our study observed that the intensity of stress is directly related with the disturbed blood pressures. Study also observed that with the increasing BMI the prevalence of depression is high. It is therefore concluded that depression is the major risk factor that will increase the risks of cardiovascular maladies; along with other factors like obesity, psychosocial issues like elevating crime & violence rate could be the major cause of depression in Hyderabad city.

The Status of Corruption in Chennai District

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. M. Govardhana Singh

Corruption is a multifaceted phenomenon which makes it difficult to have a single definition. There are several schools of thought on the degree of impact of corruption, but there is a consensus that corruption stifles growth, hampers development, worsens income inequality, and affects poor people the most. The development of a country depends on four aspects, namely, growth in agricultural production, development in the industrial activities, maintaining a huge amount of foreign exchange reserves and possessing adequate gold reserves to strengthen the financial activities in the country. These four aspects play an important part in the progress of a country. In fact, almost all the developmental activities are marred by corruption. Most of the funds allotted for various programmes and policies are siphoned in the name of implementation and the desired results are not achieved within the stipulated time. The well-known reason is corruption. It is prevalent everywhere and Tamil Nadu State is not an exception to this one. Generally, Bureaucrats are supposed to play a pivotal role, but in the words of Nobel Laureate Economist Amartya Sen ""bureaucrats exercise discretionary powers in the absence of rules due to an incomplete contract situation which often leads to corruption,"" says Nobel Laureate economist Amartya Sen. Further to say that India's anti-corruption institutions have been facing a growing shortage of resources of varied nature from funds to personnel. To reduce corruption citizens trust is a must and more importantly simplified government procedures are the need of the hour in reducing corruption in essential services,"" said B.K. Chaturvedi, a former cabinet secretary who headed several committees on governance reforms. There are three pillars considered essential for the country's growth, namely, the legislative, the executive and judiciary. These pillars when they are deviating from the established righteous path, corruption erupts to an unimaginable level. The present study focusses on Tamil Nadu State primarily and the outcome of the study shown by way of using simple percentage analysis. Dr. M. Govardhana Singh ""The Status of Corruption in Chennai District"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20286.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-economics/20286/the-status-of-corruption-in-chennai-district/dr-m-govardhana-singh
 
Effective Retention Factors Influencing Workers to Retain in Select Automobile Components Manufacturing Industries with reference to Coimbatore District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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M. Usha, Dr. M. Nandhini, Dr. P. Palanivelu The Indian labours development can be evolved in three phases, which help map the challenge of retention and how it has evolved in the last few decades. The first phase was pre-reform, where there was no labour shortage. It was a time where highly competent youth had to compromise on the quality of careers they wanted to pursue. The most prestigious jobs available were generally in the public sector. In the second phase or pre 2000 era, organizations experienced a talent shortage as new business models started to surface and off-shore businesses began to gain currency in India. In the current phase or post 2000 era, the significance of this topic is validated by the fact that a couple of hundred HR professionals have gathered around to explore retention challenges and solutions. Workforce in the pre-reform phase was tenured and expressed lifetime loyalty to their organization. Equity maintained by organizations in dealing with workers was the key retention driver. HR policies of Indian firms reflected the labour situation in the country. The challenges in Employee Retention, not only involve how to minimize the possibility of losing good workers but also how to identify workers, an organization needs and wants to keep.
A Study of Womens Empowerment As A Key Contributor to Development:A Case Study of Andhra Pradesh published in

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CH.Venu Babu, G.Venkateswarlu, Prof B.Sambasiva Rao Women Economic development is a vital part of human resource development in India. Historically though Indian Women have played an active role in the economic activities but now the development of Women Economic in India is quite low, especially in the rural areas. Though now women in India have become aware of their role, rights and work situation, still the lower and middle class are not really eager to alter their role in fear of social backlash. The progress is more visible in the urban women of upper class.This paper highlights on Women Economic and development. It attempts to focus on women entrepreneurship in India, their status, problems they face and opportunities. The paper talks on as how women dug their path into the competitive world of business environment to prove themselves as successful empowerment.Main objectivesof my paper is Educating women according to the professional requirement and encourage them to grow further in life and Encouraging corporate leadership capacity with the quality to ascertain gender equality
Dexmeditomidine as an Adjuvant to Bupivacaine in Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block published in

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Dr. G. H. MEGHA, Dr. SANJEEV G M Alpha-2 agonists are mixed with local anaesthetic agents to extend the duration of spinal, extradural and peripheral nerve blocks. We studied the effect of dexmeditomidine as an adjuvant to bupivacaine in brachial plexus block on onset and duration of sensory and motor block, duration of analgesia, level of sedation,perioperative hemodynamic parameters and complications. Methods: forty patients of ASA ? and ASA ?? scheduled for upper limb surgery were included in double blind randomised comparison of inj. Dexmeditomidine and inj. Normal saline. We divided patients in two groups. Group A patients were given inj dexmeditomidine 50 microgm (0.5ml) and group B patients were given inj normal saline in brachial plexus block as adjuvant to 30 ml of local anaesthesic solution containing 14 ml of lidocaine with adrenaline and 16ml bupivacaine. We recorded time of onset and duration of sensory and motor block, level of sedation, duration of analgesia, hemodynamic changes and side effects in both groups. Results: mean time to onset of sensory block was 5.421.39 min in group A and 8.34 1.35 min group B and that of motor block was 11.1 2.6min in group A and 18.0 2.9min in group B.Total duration of sensory block was 730.1578.27min in group A and 360.6261.7min in group B and that of motor block was 616.2 54.46min in group A and 288.4 54.26min in group B. Duration of analgesia was 970.36 80.7 min in group A and 30040.31 min in group B. Conclusion: addition of 50 microgm of inj dexmeditomidine to bupivacaine in brachial plexus block shortens onset and prolongs duration of sensory and motor block, prolongs duration of analgesia and decreases intraoperative requirement of sedatives.
A Study on Comparison Between Fuzzy Shortest Path With Conventional Method published in

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M.Ananthanarayanan, V. Pusparaj In this paper Algorithm is presented to perform shortest path method in a fuzzy environment. The trapezoidal fuzzy number given by decision makers or characterized by historical data are utilized to assess the activity time in a project network. The fuzzy shortest path problem thus obtained is compared with conventional method.
دراسة استطلاعية على قرار اندماج وزارتي التـربية والتعليم، والتعليم العالي... ومدى فعاليته على مخرجات القطاع التعليمي: دراسة ميدانية لاستطلاع آراء العامليـن في جامعة الملك عبد العزيـز وإدارة التـربية والتعليم بمدينة جدة
Exploratory Study on the Decision of Integration the Ministries of Education and Higher Education and its Effectiveness on the Educational Sector Output (Survey Study to Explore the Views of Staff at King Abdulaziz University and the Ministry of Education in Jeddah)

 

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Arab Journal of Administration

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فاتن إبـراهيم كركشان Mrs. Faten Ibrahim Karkshan
د. سوزان محمد القرشي Mrs. Faten Ibrahim Karkshan

 

هدفت الدراسة إلى التعرف على التأثيـر المتوقع من قرار اندماج وزارتي التـربية والتعليم، والتعليم العالي، ومدى فعاليته على مخرجات القطاع التعليمي، من خلال استطلاع آراء بعض العامليـن بهما. وقد اعتمدت الباحثتان على الدراسة الميدانية، حيث تم تصميم الاستبانة المكونة من خمسٍ وعشريـن فقرة، وذلك وفقًا لمقياس ليكرت الخماسي. وقد اشتملت الاستبانة على أربعة محاور، وهي: أسباب اندماج وزارتي التـربية والتعليم، والتعليم العالي، وأهداف الاندماج، والتأثيـر المتوقع من الاندماج على المناهج الدراسية، والتأثيـر المتوقع على تنمية وتطويـر العامليـن بهما. وقد تم قياس معامل الثبات والمصداقية- لجميع محاور الدراسة-  بمقياس ألفا كرونباخ، فبلغ (0,93)، وهذا يوضح أنها ذات ثبات عالٍ، وأنه يمكن الاعتماد عليها في توزيع الاستبانة.  وقد تم توزيع الاستمارة إلكتـرونيًا، وتم من خلالها استجواب عينة من أفراد مجتمع الدراسة التي شملت الموظفيـن والموظفات بوزارتي التـربية والتعليم (سابقًا)، والتعليم العالي، من مدراء، ورؤساء أقسام، ومشرفيـن، وإدارييـن، ومعلميـن، وأعضاء هيئة التدريس، والذيـن بلغ مجموعهم مائة وثلاثيـن فردًا.
وبالقيام بالتحليل الإحصائي، ومعرفة معامل الثبات والمصداقية بمقياس ألفا كرونباخ، ومعرفة الانحدار الخطي البسيط، والمتوسطات الحسابية، والانحرافات المعيارية، والوزن المئوي، تم التوصل إلى جملة من النتائج، أبـرزها: وجود تأثيـر إيجابي لاندماج وزارتي التعليم على تطويـر مخرجات التعليم العام ، وأن المتوسط الحسابي لذلك التأثيـر يبلغ (4.38)،  مما يعني أن اندماج وزارتي التعليم سيعمل على تطويـر مخرجات التعليم العام بنسبة 84.50% ، أي أنه سيعمل على تطويـر المناهج الدراسية بنسبة 78.50%، كما سيعمل على تنمية وتطويـر العامليـن بنسبة 82.50%، وذلك من وجهة نظر العامليـن. كما اتضح أن أسباب دمج الوزارتيـن قد بلغت نسبتها 85.25%، وأن الهدف من وراء قرار اندماج الوزارتيـن موجود بنسبة 77.50%، وذلك من وجهة نظر أفراد العينة. 
الكلمات المفتاحية: الاندماج، وزارة التـربية والتعليم، وزارة التعليم العالي.
The study aimed to identify the expected impact of the decision of the integration the Ministries of Education and Ministry of Higher Education and its effectiveness on the outputs of the education sector through a survey to solicit the views of employees, the researcher relied on field study where the questionnaire was designed according to Likert scale (five point scale) consisting of (25) items consist of four axes; reasons for the merger of the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Higher Education, the goals of the merger, the expected impact of the merger on the curriculum and the expected impact on the growth and development of their employees, and the stability and credibility was measure  by Cronbach’s alpha coefficient measure of all axes of the study, which amounted to (0.93), which shows its high stability and reliable in the distribution of the questionnaire. The questioner was distributed electronically, and through which a sample of members of the study population was questioned, the sample included male and female employees in the two Ministries (managers, heads of departments, supervisors, administrators, teachers, teaching staff members), and it is amounted to 130 individuals.
In doing statistical analysis and knowing of stability and credibility coefficient, Alpha Cronbach scale, simple linear regression, averages, standard deviations, and weight percentile a number of results was reached including: the existence of a positive effect of the merger of the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Higher Education on the development of public education outcomes, and the arithmetic average is equal to ( 4.38), meaning that the merger of the two Ministries contributes to the development of public education output by 78.5% and will work on the development of employees by 85.25% and that the aim of the integration of the two ministries resolution was of 77.50% from the standpoint of respondents. 
Key words: Merging, the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Higher Education.

 

DFT based study of charge transfer and interaction energy between phenyl tin (IV) chlorides and derivatives of pyridine-Part II published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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P. P. Singh, R. K. Singh and Ramesh Chandra Sharma Interaction of phenyl tin(IV) chlorides have been discussed with eleven ortho, meta and para derivatives of pyridine with total number of 99 interactions. Phenyl tin(IV) chlorides form most stable complexes with ortho, meta and para derivatives of phenylacetatopyridine and least stable complexes with ortho, meta and para derivatives of nitropyridine. The order is ortho > meta > para. Best interaction is shown by C6H5SnCl3 with cyanopyridine-o as in this case SA ? SB.
Body Mass Index ( BMI ) : Mirror of Health published in

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Dr. Mrs. M. K. Malviya BMI is the product of height and weight. BMI has been used in Clinical practice by the WHO as the standard for recording obesity statistics since the early 1980s. We randomly selected 500 students from college campus. The anthropometric measurement of 249 male and 251 female students were recorded. For BMI status, findings were tabulated, calculated and represented graphically. We found maximum percentage of underweight students ( 49 % ), as compared to normal BMI ( 47.6 % ), overweight students observed ( 2.8 % ) and obese students ( 0.6 % ), due to many different factors such as stress, tension, restlessness, study, etc affecting their diet and health.
Evaluating the Effect of Bentonite on Strength and Durability of High Performance Concrete published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

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Junaid Akbar, Bashir Alam, Muhammad Ashraf, Salman Afzal, Asfandyar Ahmad, Khan Shahzada Two very basic possessions of concrete are being addressed by this research work i.e. Durability and Compressive Strength of concrete. The major variable that is introduced in the research work is Bentonite as partial replacements by weight of cement. The experimental program explained by this explosion contains two parts. The first part was to investigate the potential use of Bentonite to evaluate its impact on Compressive strength of High Performance Concrete (HPC). An HPC batch, properly mix designed was primed, aiming at strength of 6000psi. Super plasticizer was also introduced to attain high workability. Some part of the batch was treated for a Compressive Strength test. The second part of research work addresses its effect on Durability of concrete. For this purpose the rest of the batch was exposed to a cycle of wetting and drying in sulfate ironic atmosphere, the solution containing 50 g/l of Na2SO4. The durability was measured in terms of resistance offered to the penetration of sulfate ions into the concrete. Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity testing was performed for this purpose and the quality of concrete was checked. It was seen from the results that Bentonite resulted in poor early stage and good later stage Compressive strength when compared with Control samples. On the other hand it showed very good resistance to sulfate attack. Control samples which were exposed to sulfate environment were affected very harshly. The main conclusions drawn from this research work is that Bentonite can be used in a place where later stage strength is required. And for durability purposes it gives good results at every stage.
Adsorption of Chromium (Vi) from Aqueous Solution using Crosslinked Chitosan Graft Polyacrylonitrile Copolymer published in

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Shankar.P, Gomathi. T, Vijayalakshmi. K, Sudha. P.N. The present work concerns with the synthesis of chitosan copolymers for removal of chromium ions wastewater. Crosslinked chitosan graft polyacrylonitrile copolymer was prepared, characterized and used as the adsorbent under various experimental parameters such as contact time, adsorbent dose and pH of the solution. The obtained results reveal that the adsorption of metal ion increases with the increase of shaking time and adsorbent dose. A pH 5.0 was found to be an optimum pH for Cr (VI) adsorption. The adsorption kinetics has been explained using Lagergren pseudofirst order and pseudo-second order kinetics model. From the obtained results it was concluded that under optimum conditions, the chitosan grafted poly AN was found as an effective adsorbent for the removal of chromium.
Comparative Study of Tin Phthalocyanine and Tin Phthalocyanine Dichloride Thin Films published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Regimol C Cherian Organic semi conducting thin films are important for applications in optical and electronic device fabrications. Thin films of tin phthalocyanine and tin phthalocyanine dichloride are prepared by thermal evaporation technique. Optical absorption spectra of these films are recorded and analyzed to evaluate the optical energy band gap. Electrical characterization of thin films is done using the arrhenius plot. From the powder X-ray diffractograms, structure is identified and prominent peaks are indexed also.
Non-Linear Regression Models for Heart Attack Data An Empirical Comparison published in

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V. Vallinayagam, S. Prathap, P. Venkatesan Non linear regression is a popular statistical tool that has been used successfully in different areas of research. The Cox proportional hazard model has achieved widespread use in the analysis of time-to-event data with censoring and covariates. The covariates may change their values over time. A frailty model is a random effects model for time variables, where the random effect (the frailty) has a multiplicative effect on the hazard. It can be used for univariate (independent) failure times, i.e., to describe the influence of unobserved covariates in a proportional hazards model. The aim of this paper is to compare the performance of Cox proportional hazard model, Cox time dependent model and Frailty model using Heart attack data. The result shows that Cox time dependent model is better than other models.
THE CHANGE OF THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF THE LAMB WHEN FREEZING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elena Sergeevna Malysheva; Sergey Vitalyevich Mezentsev At present, both in Russia and worldwide, frozen foods are in great demand. As you know, the meat belongs to the category of perishable products. Provides scientific data on the effect of cooling processes, defrostation and freezing on the microstructure of the lamb. Muscle tissue obtained from chilled lamb consists of fibers, which are characterized by a triangular, square or pentagonal shape. A large part of the fibers is compact with respect to each other, their boundaries clearly visible. The change in the structural organization of the muscle tissue in the process of freezing, has its own characteristics. It should be noted the emergence of a new element in the form of aqueous micro-crystals. Between the muscle fibers detected microplate associated with moving water and tissue juice in the solid state, and the shape of ice crystals. Muscle tissue is frozen again after deportirovany its structure is significantly different from the meat subjected to a single freeze. This information should be considered when further technological processing of raw meat.
Consumers Perception Towards Nano Car - A Study With Special Reference To Coimbatore City published in

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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P. Suma Latha Literacy play a vital role in Countrys economy. The ignorant section of the society always roots for the education of their sons. Due to several biases and superstitions they ignore the education of their daughters. Historically, a variety of factors have been found to be responsible for poor female literate rate, viz; Gender based inequality, Social discrimination, economic exploitation, occupation of girl child in domestic chores, low enrolment of girls in schools, low retention rate & high dropout rate, lack of proper school facilities, no proper sanitation in most schools, severe caste disparities, females are pulled to help out on agricultural farms at home as they are increasingly replacing the males on such activities which require no formal education and so on. The low female literacy rate has had a dramatically negative impact on family planning & population stabilization efforts in India. The female literacy rate has increased from 8.86% in 1951 to 54.16%. It is noticed that the female literacy rate during the period 1991-2001 increased by 14.87% where as male literacy rate rose by 11.27%. Hence the female literacy rate actually increased by 3.15% more compared to male literacy rate. The female literacy rate grow from 53.67% to 65.46% as per 2011 census data. Mother is the first teacher to their children. If women is educated the newly acquired literacy skills have enhanced their ability to solve family problems & learn new skills to play a role in country economy. There are different types of literacy programs in India. So, thanks to different initiatives by the state Government as well as the central Government. Many women from the backward provinces of India now have primary education. People, who earlier thought that educating women as a waste of time, are now having second thoughts. The policies introduced by the Indian Government have improved the education status of women but still lot of work needs to be done. Women education reflects country development. Every family take a crucial step to educate & save the girl child.

Simulation of Process Scheduling Algorithms

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Daw Khin Po

In a multiprogramming system, multiple processes exist concurrently in main memory. Each process alternates between using a processor and waiting for some event to occur, such as the completion of an I O operation. The processor or processors are kept busy by executing one process while the others wait. The key to multiprogramming is scheduling. CPU scheduling deals with the problem of deciding which of the processes in the ready queue is to be allocated the CPU. By switching the CPU among processor the operating system can make the computer more productive. Scheduling affectes the performance of the system because it determines which processes will wait and which will progress. In this paper, simulation of various scheduling algorithm First Come First Served FCFS , Round Robin RR , Shortest Process Next SPN and Shortest Remaining Time SRT is done over C Daw Khin Po "Simulation of Process Scheduling Algorithms" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25124.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/operating-system/25124/simulation-of-process-scheduling-algorithms/daw-khin-po
ZANJABEEL (ZINGIBER OFFICINALE) IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF NAUSEA AND VOMITING: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohd Nauman Saleem* and Mohammad Idris Herbal medicines are of great significance not only in developing countries but also in developed countries for primary health care because of their efficacy, safety and minimal adverse effects. Zanjabeel (Ginger) is one of the most common spices and is used as an important drug in Unani system of medicine as well as in other nonconventional systems of medicine. The Unani classical literature has ample evidence which confirms that Zanjabeel is very potent in inhibiting the conditions of nausea and vomiting caused by various factors. In the light of recent scientific studies it has also been found that Zanjabeel is very effective in treating nausea and vomiting caused by motion sickness, morning sickness, chemotherapy as well as surgeries and operations. Therefore, an effort has been made to recollect the important scientific data to give an insight on the invaluable pharmacological property of Zanjabeel as an antinauseant and antiemetic medicine.
A Study on Consumer Satisfaction Towards Cadbury Oreo Biscuit With Special Reference to Coimbatore City published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ms.M.Shanthini Devi, Ms.K.Kavitha Biscuit is a small flat cake that is crisp and usually sweet. It is concerned with the tastes and habits of the people. Previously it was used as a diet for patients and energy and taste for kids. Nowadays biscuit is considered as a good alternate for oily snacks and fast food, so, it is consumed daily by a large part of our population. Currently among all biscuits available in the market, Oreo has become one of the popular biscuits among the people of all segments and ages. This study has been conducted to identify the factors that influence consumers to buy the Oreo biscuits. The data was collected from 150 respondents in Coimbatore city under convenient sampling technique through a questionnaire to identify consumer satisfaction. Percentage, simple ranking and chi square analysis is used for data analysis.
Secular Attitude: a Study of Madarsa Students published in

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Md. Musa Ali,Dr. Kaushal Kishore Cultural heterogeneity is a unique characteristic of Indian society. The harmonious coexistence of the humanity on the land of India is well known from its own history. In this harmony many religions have been flourishing here since long back, which have their own traditions and beliefs. But, unfortunately the phenomenon of communalism began with the establishment of British rule in India, which causes a lot of damage of property and life. Scholars and thinkers has realised that the peaceful survival of all the societies is possible only in a secular world, which can only be developed by the education, in which students have a vital role, because they are the future of any nation. To educate their children, Madarsas have been established by the Muslims but since September 11, 2001, Madrasas have become the focus of international attention due to their alleged links with international militancy. It is alleged that religious schools (like Madrasas) promote extreme values and attitude and hence, increase friction and intolerance in the society To examine the allegations in an academic way, the present study aims to investigate into the extent to which the madarsa students studying in different madarsas exhibit secular attitude and if these attitude vary due to the factors such as Sex, Class, Category and Types of madarsa. Secular Attitude Scale developed by Mehra and Sinha (1992) has been administered on 100 madarsa students selected from Bilaspur and Raipur city of Chhattisgarh. The study shows that all selected madarsa students possess secular attitude.
Effect of micronutrient on quality seed production of soybean published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PRITIA. SONKAMBLE*, ARUNA S. KATOLE AND MADHURI M. SADAFALE1 A high quality seed that provides adequate plant stand is the basis for profitable production of soybean crop. Soybean is an energy rich crop and hence the requirement of macro and micro nutrients is high for soybean. The use of micronutrients in soybean is one of the ways to boost up the productivity and to improve the seed quality parameters. Therefore, the field experiment was carried out at Seed Technology Research Unit, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola to study the effect of micronutrient on quality seed production of soybean var. JS-335 during Kharif 2010 and 2011. The experiment consisted of 9 treatment combinations of soil application and foliar spray of ZnSO4 as the experimental field was deficit in Zn. Among all the treatments, significantly highest number of pods per plant (39.50), 100seed wt. (11g.), seed yield (24.60q/ha), highest vigour index (39.48) and seed recovery (91 %) were obtained from the plot treated with ZnSO4 @ 30 kg /ha soil application and ZnSO4 @ 0.5 per cent foliar spray. Hence, soil application of ZnSO4 @ 30 kg /ha along with foliar spray of ZnSO4 @ 0.5 per cent found most effective for seed yield and yield contributing characters as well as seed quality parameters.
PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING POTENTIALITY OF BACILLUS SUBTILIS AND PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA ON VIGNA UNGUICULATA GROWTH USING AGROWASTE AS A SUBSTRATE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Kannahi* and R. Megala In the present study, phosphate solubilizing microorganisms were isolated from the rhizosphere soil. The phosphate solubilizing microorganisms such as Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa were identified based on cultural, morphological and biochemical characteristics. The agrowaste such as Rice Bran (RB), Wheat Bran (WB), Black Gram Husk (BGH) and Farm Yard Manure (FYM) were decomposed by the treatment of bacterial strains namely, Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa for phosphate solubilizing activity. Two set of treatments were carried out and analysed. The first set of treatment was performed with partially decomposed agrowaste, phosphate solubilizing bacteria and sowing with seeds. The second set of treatment was performed with raw agrowaste and phosphate solubilizing bacteria. After 15 days of decomposition, the seeds were sown in the second set of pots. In both set of treatment, the morphometric and phytochemical parameters were analysed at different intervals (30th, 45th and 60th days).
Investigation of the Effect of Gauging Solution Density on Setting Characteristics and Soundness of Magnesium Oxychloride Cement (MOC) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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R. N. Yadav* and Priyanka Gupta Magnesium oxychloride cement (MOC) has versatile cementing characteristics. The effect of density of magnesium chloride solution used for gauging magnesium oxide on the setting characteristics and soundness of magnesium oxychloride cement has been investigated. Standard consistency and setting times of cement pastes and Soundness of cement pastes has been investigated. It was observed that Setting time increases with density of gauging solution and Soundness increases with density of gauging solution within experimental limits.
Isolation, Extraction and Purification of Hemicelluloses of Ceiba pentandra and Morus nigra published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

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Yogesh Kumar Walia* and Dinesh Kumar Gupta** ABSTRACT: The hemicelluloses are the principle non-cellulosic polysaccharides present in wood. Hemicellulose and cellulose collectively make the holocellulose of the wood. Hemicelluloses are distinguished from cellulose by the property that they are soluble in dilute aqueous alkali and in boiling water. After separation from the other wood components these are hydrolysed by warm and dilute acids into simple pentose or hexose sugars. Xylan, araban, mannan and galactan, as the name imply; on hydrolysis each one gives xylose, arabinose, mannose and galactose respectively. A hemicellulose giving both galactose and arabinose is a galacto-araban. The hemicelluloses are completely soluble in dilute caustic alkalis. A cold or hot 5% solution of sodium hydroxide is usually employed for their extraction. Isolated hemicelluloses are also soluble in hot, saturated solution of sodium carbonate and pentosans are removed from wood pulp by heating it with magnesium sulphite in the presence of calcium or magnesium oxide. Keywords: Hemicellulose, holocellulose, hexose, pentose and wood pulp.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINED RELEASE MATRIX TABLETS OF BACLOFEN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Singh Surya Pratap*, Sahetya Meenakshi, Soni Shankar Lal,Khinchi Mahaveer Prasad, Gulia Ritu, Namdev Abhisek The objective of the present study was to develope sustained release matrix tablets of baclofen, for treatment of spastically resulting from multiple sclerosis, flexor spasm and muscular rigidity. The matrix tablets were prepared by wet granulation method using hydroxypropyl methylcellulose K4M, K100M and Xanthan gum in various concentrations. The granules showed satisfactory flow properties and compressibility. All the nine formulations showed acceptable pharmacopoeial standards. The result of formulation B7 (25% hydroxypropyl methylcellulose K4M and K100M) extented the release of baclofen up to 12hrs. Model fitting analysis for formulation B7 fitted in the zero order model and korsemeyer- peppas model. The n? values obtained from the peppas-korsemeyer equation suggested that, drug release was non-Fickian difussion mechanism. Successful formulation was found stable after evaluation for physicochemical parameters when kept for 30 days at room temperature,400 C and 2-8 0C.
Isolation, Preliminary Screening and Process Optimization for Production of Surface Active Agent from Chlorella Pyrenoidosa by Non-Disruptive Method published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Ms. Mira A. Londhe, Dr. Suhas D. Khambe, Dr. Sanjay P. Govindvar Biosurfactants are structurally diverse group of surface active molecules, synthesized by microorganisms. In this research work algae are isolated from different natural aquatic habitats and identified for biosurfactant production. Genus Chlorella was one of the most promising identified algae. Pure strain of Chlorella pyrenoidosa NCIM No. 2738 was collected and ability of biosurfactant production was identified by performing different primary confirmation tests. Optimization of biosurfactant production was done which shown that carbon, nitrogen sources and PH affects on biosurfactant production. Partial extraction and purification was done by Silica gel Chromatography. Product was chemically analyzed by thin layer chromatography where presence of carbohydrates and lipids were confirmed by Rf value 0.75 and 0.7 for lipids after brown spot development when exposed to iodine. Thus, primary structure of biosurfactant was confirmed in the form of glycolipids but it is necessary to characterize this product on different levels of identification.
Study of atomic properties in K-Shell for Na9+, Mg10+, Al11+ ions in position space published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Entessar Farhan Selman Qassim shamkhi Abstract In this paper the ground state for ions has been studied by using Hartree-Fock wave function, the total energy, kinetic energy, potential energy, radial expectation values ? ? , We found the Hartree-Fock ground energy of Na9+= -114.231 hartree, of the Mg10+= -136.605 hartree and Eh of the Al11+= -160.993hartree. the total ground state energy gives results a good agreement with other results published.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF LIPOSOMES CONTAINING FAMOTIDINE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Biresh K Sarkar*, Maddi Ramaiah, Manish Devgan, Y.Ankamma chowdary In the present study liposomal formulations containing Famotidine were prepared and studied. Liposomal formulations were evaluated for drug entrapment, surface characterization and in-vitro drug release studies. Drug excipient compatibility was determined by using spectral studies. Liposomal suspensions were prepared using film hydration technique by varying concentrations of ingredients and optimize the ideal combination for required drug release. The prepared liposomes were rigid, intact and fulfilled all official requirements. The results of in vitro drug release studies showed that release from liposomal formulation was slow and sustained for more than 8 hrs period. Thus the liposomal suspensions of Famotidine were successfully formulated and established for their quality control parameters.
Statistical Modeling for Air and Water Pollution Awareness published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Packialakshmi P An investigation was carried out to study the Air and Water pollution awareness of the Arunachalapuram village belongs to Tirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu, India. This study revealed that awareness varies from one age group to another age group and their educational qualifications.
PERAMPASAN DAN PENGEMBALIAN BARANG BUKTI ALAT ANGKUT TINDAK PIDANA ILLEGAL LOGGING DALAM MEWUJUDKAN RASA KEADILAN (Studi Putusan di Pengadilan Negeri Kandangan, Kabupaten Hulu Sungai Selatan dan Pengadilan Negeri Purbalingga, Kabupaten Purbalingga ) published in

Dinamika Hukum

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

Language in Glocal Cultural Context

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Santosh Kumar Nayak

The Paper tries to unveil the vital actions and counteractions of language and culture upon each other. A language neither can originate nor live without the culture. Language and culture, thus, are inseparable. Language rolls on the concrete passage of time encountering many alike and opposite processes like a culture, de cultures and re culture and gathers moss. Particularly, in post colonial context Odia language encounters some radical changes and reaps new products with respect to words, morphology, prefixes, suffixes and many more things. In post colonial context, we encounter a special kind of language called ‘hybrid language' or ‘glocal language'. The paper emphasizes the dimensions of language change with a global perspective as well as with local perspectives. Dr. Santosh Kumar Nayak "Language in Glocal Cultural Context" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23304.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/odia/23304/language-in-glocal-cultural-context/dr-santosh-kumar-nayak
Pembinaan Kerohanian Gereja Bethel Tabernakel dalam Konteks Kebudayaan Toraja published in

Jurnal jaffray

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

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatyana Alexandrovna Zinovyeva; Ekaterina Vyacheslavovna Gudakova In this article we would like to show how important linguistics and regional geography is in the process of studies at school. In order to illuminate the positive impact of this aspect we have touched upon various age groups of pupils and the methods that would be more effective for full acceptance of this kind of material. The main aim of the text is to prove that such aspect as linguistics and regional geography plays a vital role in forming communicative competence of pupils.
Role of Women in Management published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. S.Srinivasa Rao, S. Durga Management plays a decisive role in the socio- economic progress of a society. Its emergence as an essential, distinct and leading institution is a pivotal point in the history of mankind. The domain of management has been dominated by men for a long period of time. However management scenario is changing with the advent of women in the area. In every society, in every part of world women have always worked since the beginning of human life on the earth. But for a long time at most of the places they had to be connected with the application and demonstration of their skills in maintaining the age old institution of family in goodhealth.With the growth in the number of women executives in traditional- nursing, doctors, teaching and non-traditional, business executives professional consultancy etc occupations a number of issues having a significant bearing on their performance have assumed increasing greater importance.The role of women has assumed increasingly greater importance over time with the transformation of society and socio- economic changes taking place in modern India . The direct participation of women in the development process has been going with the result that the number of women executives in public and private sector has also substantially increased. Besides there is a continuous effort on the part of the Govt. of India to free women from the clutches of the stereotyped image of the four wall- women.The present paper an attempt is made to analyse certain attitudinal and perceptual dimensions of the behaviour of women executives, challenges experienced by women entrepreneurs, the ways and means to empower them and handle these challenges.

Design and Implementation of Digital Image Transformation Algorithms

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Joe G. Saliby

In computer science, Digital Image Processing or DIP is the use of computer hardware and software to perform image processing and computations on digital images. Generally, digital image processing requires the use of complex algorithms, and hence, can be more sophisticated from a performance perspective at doing simple tasks. Many applications exist for digital image processing, one of which is Digital Image Transformation. Basically, Digital Image Transformation or DIT is an algorithmic and mathematical function that converts one set of digital objects into another set after performing some operations. Some techniques used in DIT are image filtering, brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation adjustment, blending and dilation, histogram equalization, discrete cosine transform, discrete Fourier transform, edge detection, among others. This paper proposes a set of digital image transformation algorithms that deal with converting digital images from one domain to another. The algorithms to be implemented are grayscale transformation, contrast and brightness adjustment, hue and saturation adjustment, histogram equalization, blurring and sharpening adjustment, blending and fading transformation, erosion and dilation transformation, and finally edge detection and extraction. As future work, some of the proposed algorithms are to be investigated with parallel processing paving the way to make their execution time faster and more scalable.
 
BY Joe G. Saliby "Design & Implementation of Digital Image Transformation Algorithms"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22918.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-graphics/22918/design-and-implementation-of-digital-image-transformation-algorithms/joe-g-saliby
Football Shooting Performance Changes During Yoga Practices and Aerobic Dance Among College Men Football Players published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. B. Palani Kumar, Bizuneh yirga Aim of the study was to find out Football shooting performance changes during Yoga practices and Aerobic Dance among college men players. The study was conducted on forty five (N=45) men students studying various colleges affiliated to Madurai University, Madurai, India, during the year 2014-2015 were selected as subjects at random and they were divided randomly into two experimental groups and on control group of fifteen each, namely Group I Yoga Practices, Group II Aerobic Dance and Group III acted as Control. The training period was limited to twelve weeks and for three days per week. The experimental groups underwent their respective experimental treatment for 4 weeks. Among various Football skill performances only shooting skill only selected as dependent variables and it was assessed by Mor- Christian General Soccer Ability Test. All the subjects were tested prior to and after the training for all the selected variables. The data collected from the three groups prior to and post experimentation was statistically analyzed by using Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). Scheffes post hoc test was applied to determine the significant difference between the paired means. In all the cases 0.05 level of significance was fixed. The result reveals significant differences in Football shooting skill among the experimental groups.
Adaptive Modulation with Moments based Signal-to-Noise Ratio Estimator published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
Garigipati Vijay Kumar Data-Aided Signal-to-Noise-Ratio (SNR) estimation is considered for time selective fading channels whose time variation is described by a polynomial time model. The inherent estimation accuracy limitations associated with the problem are quantified via a CramerRao Bound analysis. A maximum likelihood type class of estimators is proposed and its exact, non-asymptotic performance is computed. The standard, constant channel SNR estimator performance is determined in the presence of channel polynomial order mismatch. Simulations results are presented which verify the effectiveness of the technique as well as its performance advantage over previously proposed methods.
Intercultural Communication: Strategies for Managing Intercultural Dimensions of Business published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Jyoti H. Lahoti Every human group shares a body of common understandings, its culture, which serves to make communication within the group intelligible and which guides behavior and enables the group to achieve common objectives. Common understandings, communication, and behaviors set each group apart from other groups. To a greater or lesser degree, there is overlap with the shared understandings of other groups. Nevertheless, critical points of difference in these understandings, however minor they may seem to outsiders, give rise to convictions of being a separate group and reinforce a shared identity. While separate cultures may share varying amounts of their content, their points of difference establish boundaries. These cultural boundaries are potential obstacles to communication. Communication is the act or process of imparting or exchanging meanings, such as information, opinions, thoughts, and feelings. In times of rapid economic development and internationalization of business, effective Inter-cultural communication among employees remains a challenge. This paper aims to research and analyze Inter-cultural communication in business. Through in-depth analysis and application of existing theories the findings of this research demonstrated that although national culture does have an undeniable influence on peoples behavior and their communication style, implications in communication between businesses partners of different cultural backgrounds often connected to an individual approach to Inter-cultural communication. A great emphasis was placed on the language being one of the biggest communication challenges facing in international arena. Communication ways among individuals are greatly affected by ones background, culture, norms, values and perceptions of the world
MANAGEMENT CONSULTING AS AN INSTITUTE OF INCREASING MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY OF THE ORGANIZATIONS IN MODERN CONDITIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Andrei Olegovich Blinov; Marina Konstantinovna Krivtsova; Maria Aleksandrovna Podzorova In this article the problem of increasing management efficiency of the organizations in modern conditions is considered, the role of administrative consulting in this process is emphasized as well. On the basis of the analysis of functions and problems of administrative consultation the authors touch upon the factors which influence on an increase of its productivity for a consulting organization.
Prevention of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia in a Middle Eastern University Hospital: the Effect of care bundle Implementation published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
RadwaHamdi Bakr MD, Hesham Mohamed MamdouhAbdelaziz MD Background: Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is a serious health care-acquired infection that occurs in up to 30% of mechanically ventilated patients and leads to prolonged mechanical ventilation, increased hospital stay, and mortality. The aim of this study was to establish the effects of implementing a VAP prevention bundle on VAP rates, antibiotic use, duration of mechanical ventilation, and intensive care unit (ICU) length of stay. Design & Setting: This study used a before-and-after structure to analyze the effects of implementing a VAP prevention bundle in the surgical ICU of a Middle-Eastern university hospital Interventions: A ventilator-associated pneumonia care bundle, consisting of 30o head-of-bed elevation, oral chlorhexidine, continuous aspiration of subglottic secretions (CASS), daily sedation hold, and daily assessment for weaning. Results: During the pre-implementation phase, 323 patients were included in the study and 306 were included in the post-implementation phase. Compliance was 95% for the 30o head-up tilt and the oral chlorhexidine, 85% for the CASS, 75% for the daily sedation hold and assessment for weaning, and 70% for all five elements of the bundle. Rates of microbiologically confirmed VAP were 14 per thousand ventilator days in the pre- implementation period and 5 per thousand ventilator days in the post-implementation period (p=0.047). The mean length of time of antibiotic therapy was lower in the post-implementation phase but not reaching statistical significance. There was a significantly shorter duration of mechanical ventilation in the post-implementation phase (p=0.01). Conclusion: VAP care bundle is an effective measure for lowering VAP rates in the ICU.
Migrant Workers Rihgts and HIV/AIDS in India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K.lakshmipathi Human Rights a special category of rights. According to natural law theory, a human right is a higher or-der kind of right that is morally based and that is universal, in the sense that it belongs to equally to all persons simply because they are human beings. Migration may be a part of a strategy to avoid not only the state, but other relationships as well. In particular migration should happen in the rural areas majorly. This may be the result of changed living or working conditions in the places which people migrant to. This migration leads to various problems and diseases apart from the dangerous diseases HIV/AIDS is the most present burning disease which damages the body gradually and kills the person .This article helps to bring awareness about migrant rights and the prevention measures of the evil diseases like HIV/AIDS
AN OPEN CLINICAL TRIAL TO ASSESS THE EFFICACY OF NIRGUNDYADI GRITHA AS AN ADD-ON THERAPY ALONG WITH AED IN THE MANAGEMENT OF APASMARA WSR TO PARTIAL SEIZURE WITH SECONDARY GENERALIZATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
C Ambili, M Jithesh*, S Ram manohar Epilepsy is the most common presentation in a neurological setting and stands next to stroke and dementia in its prevalence. One third of the people with epilepsy seems to be severely affected and continues to have seizure despite all the available medications. The disease and its management have high impact on the quality of life of the affected person and also discrimination in education, employment and social acceptance. In Ayurveda, the disease named Apasmara has been explained with its aetiology, symptoms, diagnosis and management. A psycho neurological approach has been explained for managing the condition of Apasmara and it is explained in a medical as well as psychological setting. The approach includes a systematic one, depending on the severity and enormity of the associated doshas. Many a drugs are also mentioned in this regard, but has not been assessed statistically and the available data is based on the clinical finding only. Aim: To assess the efficacy of Nirgundyadi gritha in the management of Apasmara WSR to partial seizure with secondary generalisation Setting: Kayachikitsa and Manasroga OPD, VPSV Ayurveda College, Kottakkal, India. Method: An open label uncontrolled clinical trial with sample size 20. Add on usage of Nirgundyadi gritha was done without withdrawing the ongoing AED and those with seizure. Assessment was done after one month, 2 months and after 1 month of followup. Result- It was observed that the selected drug has significant efficacy in the management of apasmara wsr to partial seizure with secondary generalisation. The drug Nirgundyadi gritha is effective in the management of Apasmara and to improve the quality of life of the affected ones.
Using Electrochemical Technique to Detect HER2 Antigen published in

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Phuc Le Thi Minh, Phuc Pham Van, Huan Le Quang Early diagnosis of breast cancer is the most effective way to improve the survival rate and increase more chances of patients with breast cancer. In this study, to determine HER2 (human epidermal growth factor receptor 2) antigen, an aptasensor was developed by employing self-assembled of HER2-specific single stranded DNA aptamer on 3-mercaptopropionic acid-modified gold nanoparticles electrode. The surface properties of the gold electrode at each modification step were characterized by changing in cyclic voltammetry and square wave voltammetry responses. The decrease in the peak current was correlation with the concentrations of HER2 in the range of 0.35 ng/ml to 35 ng/ml. The aptasensor was successfully developed to detect HER2 antigen. This study could provide a promising and fast method for early detection of breast cancer.
THE PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH RISK FACTORS IN AUTO RICKSHAW DRIVERS - A SURVEY IN GUNTUR CITY published in

International Journal of Physiotherapy

Published by IJPHY
Rahul Shaik, Christie Kiran Gotru, Chintada Ganapathi Swamy, R. Sandeep. Background and Purpose: Musculoskeletal disorders represent largest category of work related illness in India. Variety of internal and external factors leads to postural stress in vehicle drivers that affects the functioning of musculoskeletal system. Vibration, studied extensively among various risk factors causing musculoskeletal disorders. Hence, the current study focused on various risk factors. Objectives: To know the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders and their association with possible risk factors in auto rickshaw drivers. Investigation Tools: Nordic musculoskeletal questionnaire (NMSQ), inch tape, vibrometer. Methodology: NMSQ has been used to document prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders in 300 subjects. vibrometer and inch tape were used to measure risk factors like drivers seat vibration and workspace envelope (shoulder to handle distance, lower cabin space). Associations with risk factors were analyzed by logistic regression. Results: Work experience and working hours per week showed a significant positive association with knee problems (p=0.009, p=0.006 respectively).Shoulder to handle distance on right side showed significant negative association with knee problems (p=0.013).Drivers seat vibration showed strong significant positive association with low backache (p=0.000).No variable showed significant association with neck troubles. Working experience and lower cabin space are significantly associated with ankle problems (p=0.012, p=0.045 respectively).Age, work experience and shoulder to handle distance on left side showed significant positive association with general musculoskeletal troubles (p=0.029, p= 0.005, p=0.045 respectively). Conclusion: Lower back, knee, neck and ankle troubles are more prevalent in auto rickshaw drivers. Increasing age, work experience, maximum working hours per week, increased left shoulder to handle distance and greater drivers seat vibrations are increasing the risk of musculoskeletal disorders. Restricted lower cabin space and reduced shoulder to handle distance on right side also increased the risk of musculoskeletal disorders.
Knowledge, attitude, and practice as regard sex determination & gender preference among Pregnant women attending ANC clinic in District Hospital Ujjain, MP published in

The Journal of Community Health Management

Published by Innovative Publication
Deepak Pippal,Y Sabde, Manjusha Pippal Knowledge, attitude and practice studies have lost their academic importance, since inspite of millions of KAP studies nothing is being contributed to the science (Mohapatra, 1992). However, it is expected that most Indian women, during their pregnancy, want a male child and therefore go for sex determination. The present study was therefore, undertaken to find out as to what the women know and what they do in order to justify their desire of offspring. A total of 350 female were enrolled in study over a period of month. The mean age of women was 29.04 6.26 yrs (minimum age-20 yrs, maximum age 50 yrs). It was observed that about 21% women desire more male children than girls, while 4% women need only male children. Thus the male child preference of women amounts to 25% of women under observation. Study reveals that women who was in antenatal state showed significantly higher interest in fetal sex determination ( c2 = 27.008, df = 2, p<0.001).
HYDROGELS- A NOVEL A ND SMART DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: AN UPDATED REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ritesh Kumar*, Pawan Kumar Gautam, Amrish Chandra and Vijay Kumar Sharma The availability of large molecular weight protein and peptide-based drugs due to the recent advances in the field of molecular biology has given us new ways to treat a number of diseases. Synthetic hydrogels offer a possibly effective and convenient way to administer these compounds. Hydrogels are hydrophilic, three-dimensional networks, which are able to imbibe large amounts of water or biological fluids and thus resemble to a large extent a biological tissue. Here we discuss recent progress in overcoming these challenges, particularly with regards to effectively delivering hydrogels inside the body without implantation, prolonging the release kinetics of drugs from hydrogels and expanding the nature of drugs which can be delivered using hydrogel-based approaches. Therefore, the precise account of hydrogel behaviour as well as mathematical description of equilibrium swelling, dimensional changes due to solvent uptake, desorption and drug release profiles were the main objectives in many investigations. The objective of this manuscript is to give a brief review on existing mathematical models and theories in the field of hydrogel swelling as well as the description of the drug release mechanism from swelling-controlled networks. The most important properties of hydrogels relevant to their swelling behaviour as well as kinetics and thermodynamic of swelling are also presented.
Analisis Faktor Penyebab Utama Kecenderungan Bunuh Diri di Kalangan Remaja yang Berusia 15-17 Tahun di Makassar published in

Jurnal jaffray

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

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Roshan Lal Let be a polynomial of degree . Concerning the estimate for the maximum modulus of a polynomial on the circle z = R, R > 0 , in terms of its degree and the maximum modulus on the unit circle, we have several well known results for the case R ? 1 and r ? 1 respectively. In this paper, we have obtained bounds for the maximum modulus of polynomials having some zeros in the interior of a circle of radius R ? 1 . Our result improves as well as generalizes the bounds obtained by other authors for the same class of polynomials.

Rethinking Gandhian Principles in Post Colonial Era

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Krishnanunni R | Vishnu Achutha Menon

India gained its independence in 1947 and the pivotal role played by Gandhi in snatching its own peoples liberty is indispensable and still thrives to be a landmark in the Indian history. This paper examines attempts to quantify the significance and relevance of Gandhian principle in post colonial period.
 
BY Krishnanunni R | Vishnu Achutha Menon "Rethinking Gandhian Principles in Post Colonial Era"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21750.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/sociology/21750/rethinking-gandhian-principles-in-post-colonial-era/krishnanunni-r
RESOURCE POTENTIAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION IS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR OF ITS QUALITY published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
E. B. Garashchuk, Vera Kutsenko The aim of our research is to find ways to improve the quality of training, including by improving the resource potential of this sector. The significance of education is in the socio-economic life of the country and its growth in the face of globalization, the essence, the state of the resource potential of the education sector of Ukraine and its structure. It is displayed their impact on improving the quality of education and improving training. Justified as a way of further increasing the resource potential of higher education and improve its use. To ensure efficient use of the resource potential of higher education as an important factor in improving its quality must first adhere to the following principles: ensuring access to higher education, structural changes in the system of higher education, expanding public participation in its development, diversification of financial security, the creation of new incentive systems development training courses and educational programs; motivation faculty to improve teaching and methodological support, development of new courses and training programs for the innovation economy, etc. All this should help improve the competitiveness of graduates of Ukrainian universities in the labor market.
A N EMPIRICAL STUDY OF PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS IN COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN KAPRADA TALUKA published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
PATEL DILIPKUMAR Financial analysis is the process of identifying the financial strengths and weakness of the Organizations from the available accounting data and financial statements . The focus of financial analysis is on key data in the financial statements . The analysis of financial statements is a process of evaluating relationship between component parts of financial statements to obtain a better understanding of the firms positio n and performance. This study aims at analyzing the overall financial profitability of the Shree Mandava Vibhag Bagayati Sahkari Mandali and Shree Dixal Vibhag Bagayati Sahkari Mandali Ltd. In Kaprada Taluka by using various financial tools. The s tudy has been undertaken for the period of 5 years from 2009 - 10 to 2013 - 14 . In order to analyze financial efficiency in terms of Profitability ratios have been used
Profile Characteristics of Layers And Broiler Farmers in Andhra Pradesh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.R. HARILAL An expost facto research design followed in the present investigation for which 120 commercial poultry farmers ( 60 layer + 60 broiler farmers) of Rangareddy, Chittoor and East Godavari districts selected randomly to study the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on farming performance of commercial poultry farmers. The data pertaining to dependent variables viz. ICT utilization and farming performance and independent variables collected with the help of a pre-tested interview schedule developed for the purpose. After collection of data, farmers were divided into three groups based on type of flock i.e. layer farmers, broiler farmers and total farmers for better analysis and presentation of results.
Estimation of fusaric acid from culture filtrate of Fusarium udum by thin layer chromatography published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.B. SHINDE AND H.V. DESHMUKH The investigation was undertaken to estimate fusaric acid from culture filtrate of Fusarium udum by using thin layer chromatography. Acidic pH (3.00), temperature 28 to 30C and 20 days after incubation was found to be optimum for maximum fusaric acid production.
A Novel Scheme for Live Streaming Evolution Networks published in

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Mr.U.Saravanakumar, Mr.S.Dilip kumar As live streaming keep to permeate into our daily lives, it is flattering all the time more important that Internet live brook networks provide reliable presentation, in spite of such set of connections becoming more intricate, to operate in the increasingly more complex Internet. A key capacity to make sure that live torrent networks provide reliable presentation is to subject them to major, sensible presentation assessment. Existing evaluation scheme including lab testing, simulation, and theoretical modeling, lack either scale or realism. The main difficulty in internet procedure television is streaming of audio and video signals. A quantity of profitable organism are construct to study and study the performance of live torrent of audio and video signals. Peer to Peer multiplexing provides a good solution for this crisis. In this term paper a dissimilarity of P2P multiplexing is proposed which is called as recipient based P2P multiplexing. To analyze the performance of the proposed multiplexing techniques the very famous European network Zatto is considered. This paper also illustrates the network construction of Zatto and uses the data composed from the provider to evaluate the presentation of the proposed variation in P2P multiplexing. This paper mostly focuses on humanizing video density technologies have make a payment to the emergence of these IPTV services and exposed that error-correcting code and small package retransmission can help improve network stability by isolating packet losses and preventing transient congestion from resulting in peer division multiplexing reconfigurations.

On Fully Indecomposable Quaternion Doubly Stochastic Matrices

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Gunasekaran K. | Mrs. Seethadevi R.

In traditional years, fully indecomposable matrices have played an vital part in various research topics. For example, they have been used in establishing a necessary condition for a matrix to have a positive inverse also, in the case of simultaneously row and column scaling sub ordinate to the unitarily invariant norms, the minimal condition number diagonalizable, sub stochastic matrices , Kronecker products is achieved for fully indecomposable matrices. In the existence of diagonal matrices D1 and D2 , with strictly positive diagonal elements, such that D1 AD2 is quaternion doubly stochastic, is established for an nXn non negative fully indecomposable matrix A. In a related scaling for fully indecomposable non negative rectangular matrices is also discussed. Dr. Gunasekaran K. | Mrs. Seethadevi R. "On Fully Indecomposable Quaternion Doubly Stochastic Matrices" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25351.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/other/25351/on-fully-indecomposable-quaternion-doubly-stochastic-matrices/dr-gunasekaran-k

Growth and yield of turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) under different weed management published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. BARLA, R. R. UPASANI AND A. N. PURAN A field experiment was conducted at Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi during kharif season of 2012 and 2013 to study the efficacy of different weed control methods on weed dynamics and productivity of turmeric. The treatments comprised of integrated application of herbicides along with hoeing and straw mulch including weed free and weedy control. The results of pooled data revealed that application of metribuzin 0.7 kg ha-1 fb. by two hoeing being similar to weed free recorded reduced grassy and sedges weed at 30 DAP whereas, application of pendimethalin 1.0 kg ha-1 fb. two hoeing and application of pendimethalin 1.0 kg ha-1 fb. straw mulch 10 t ha-1 fb. one hand weeding were similar with weed free at 60 DAP. Application of pendimethalin 1.0 kg ha-1 fb. two hoeing similar to weed free recorded reduced total weed density and weed dry matter accumulation at 30 and 60 DAS. Application of metribuzin 0.7 kg ha-1 fb. by two hoeing recorded maximum yield (24.66 t ha-1) consequently higher gross return (616519 RS. ha-1) similar to metribuzin 0.7 kg ha-1 fb. straw mulch 10 t ha-1 fb. one HW, pendimethalin 1.0 kg ha-1 fb. two hoeing, pendimethalin 1.0 kg ha-1 fb. straw mulch 10 t ha-1 fb. one HW, atrazine 0.75 kg ha-1 fb. straw mulch 10 t ha-1 fb. one HW. Application of metribuzin 0.7 kg ha-1 fb. by two hoeing recorded 44.89 % and 134.86% higher yield than weed free and weedy check, respectively. Significantly maximum net return (504319 RS. ha-1) and B:C ratio (4.45) was recorded with application of Metribuzin 0.7 kg ha-1 fb. by two hoeing.
Study of Paraoxonase -1 Gene Polymorphism in a Healthy Population of published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

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

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
1Aladesida, A.A., 2Owa, S.O., 1Dedeke, G.A., 3Osho, B.A. and 4Adewoyin, O.A. Earthworms have been known to breakdown leaf litter to release the nutrients laden in the leaves. Their ability to breakdown leaf litter implies that they have a source of cellulose. The present work looked at these sources to establish if they were exogenous or endogenous in origin. Earthworm samples of the species Eudriluseugeniaewere fed with tissue paper as cellulose source. The resulting faecal droppings were subjected to various carbohydrate tests to confirm the final products. Some of the worms were defaunated by treating with antibiotics to ensure the cellulose source was exogenous. Survival tests were also carried out on the faunated and defaunated earthworms. The results showed by Molisch's test the presence of carbohydrate in both fresh and egested tissue paper; while Benedict test and Barfoed's test indicate that the ingested tissue paper was digested to monosaccharide level. Seliwanoff's test also confirmed that the breakdown product was the monosaccharide fructose. Result of the survival test showed a significantly higher survival rate in the faunated than the defaunated earthworms. The results also showed that cellulose is of both exogenous and endogenous source to the earthworms. It is thus proposed that in plant litter treatments introduction of earthworms should be encouraged above merely introducing microbes as the gut of the worms is here shown to support microbial activity.
Some Psycho-Pedagogical Considerations on Musical Education published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
C?lin DRAGO? Nowadays, the educational system faces multiple challenges regarding pupils education, whether socio-human or professional education. Music education is the oldest component of Romanian pedagogy, highlighting values which have been structured throughout the years and represent not only cultural and historical facts, but the elements of a world outlook. It is then compulsory to present the real, correct aesthetic education within the educational system. Music teaching has had serious, acknowledged impact on artistic, humanistic, moral, civic, intellectual education. The importance of these aspects requires broader historical and cultural investigation. The full pedagogical and ethical meaning of meta-knowledge is developed in a didactic and epistemological context. As a means to acquire knowledge and strategies for success, meta-knowledge is a factor in pupils identification within their culture. It is used in relationship with the other, by producing a set of knowledge research and knowledge building. In this way, students can progress from music consumers to music users and producers, knowledge and aesthetic taste gatherers who strive for ideals and beauty.
DERMATITIS ARTEFACTA A DIAGNOSTIC LABYRINTH IN A MEDICAL STUDENT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Maitreyee Panda*, Dr. Nibedita Patro, Dr. Bikash Ranjan Kar, Dr. Surjeet Sahoo, Dr. Ajaya Kumar Jena, Dr. Susant Mishra, MS Dermatitis artefacta although a very well known entity can be misdiagnosed if not thoroughly observed. We present a case of dermatitis artefacta in a medical student cleverly manipulated by her knowledge of medicine leading to diagnostic delay by the dermatologists.
Prevalence of Neisseria Gonorrhoea Infection by Pcr Method Using Urine Samples From Hiv Sero-Positive Women published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Okonkwo, E.C., Ogbu, O., Anyim, C.,Nworie, O., Orji, J.O., Nwuzo, A.C. Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection was diagnosed in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) sero-positive women in Ebonyi state, Nigeria. The samples were screened for HIV at the laboratory of Applied Microbiology, Ebonyi State using diagnostic dipstick, while PCR study was carried out at university of Ibadan. Species specific primers were designed for the specific amplication of a 260bp region of the N. gonorrhoeae porA pseudo gene based on the numbering from strain MSII. All strains of N.gonorrhoeae tested were successfully detected by the designed PCR primer giving a single predicted product of 260bp amplicon in gel electrophoresis. The primer could not amplify DNA extracted from other Neisseria species. HIV status was established using rapid immunochromatographic assays as per national standards. Out of the total number of 105 urine samples, N. gonorrhoeae was detected in 16 (15.2%). There was significant association between N. gonorrhoeae infection and age but infection was not related to occupation and marital status. Analysis showed that N. gonorrhoeae infection is significantly associated with HIV status (15.2% vs 100%). N. gonorrhoeae is known to facilitate HIV transmission, hence there is the need for routine testing and treatment of all positive cases of infection to control HIV

Digital Tachometer using Aurdino

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

A. Sriharsha Kumar | Ch. Venkatesh | K. V. Durga Prasad | S. Balaji

A Digital RPM Meter is a measuring instrument which can measure the rotational speed of a rotary machine digitally. In industries we can use this type of digital tachometers which will reduce human effect. The industrial name of this instrument is “Tachometer”. It is an important measuring device in the field of electrical engineering and widely used in industries and laboratorial work. Here we are going to design an Aurdino based digital tachometer using IR sensor module to detect object for count rotation of any rotating body and the programming is given by the FTDI programmer. As IR transmits IR rays which reflect back to IR receiver and then IR Module generates an output or pulse which is detected by the aurdino controller when we press start button. It counts continuously for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds aurdino calculate RPM for a minute using given formula. Here we demonstrate this project using ceiling fan. A. Sriharsha Kumar | Ch. Venkatesh | K. V. Durga Prasad | S. Balaji "Digital Tachometer using Aurdino" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23223.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/23223/digital-tachometer-using-aurdino/a-sriharsha-kumar
Biodegradation of PCB118 by Pseudomonas mendocina strain CL-10.4.coated with superparamagnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Amruta Vagal, Radha Srinivasan, Arjumanara Surti PCB118 is a compound used in commercial PCB mixtures. A novel bacterial strain degrading PCB 118 was isolated from soil identified as Pseudomonas mendocina strain CL-10.4. by 16S rRNA sequence analysis. PCBdegrading activity was checked by GC-MS analysis and Enoic acids, Acetophenones, Acetic acids were degradation products. Pseudomonas mendocina cells were coated with magnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles, immobilized by external application of magnetic field. Nanoparticles were monodispersed in aqueous solution with an average size of 9.56 nm, magnetization of about 15emu/g and near zero coercivity indicating that the Fe3O4 nanoparticles had superparamagnetic properties. Degradation of PCB 118 by free and coated cells of this bacterium was studied. The rate of degradation of PCB118 coated cells was at par to the free cells with advantage of magnetic separation and possible reuse for second batch of PCB degradation.
Ethnomedicinal Survey of plants of Valley Alladand Dehri, Tehsil Batkhela, District Malakand, Pakistan published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Alamgeer,Taseer Ahmad, Muhammad Rashid, Muhammad Nasir Hayat Malik, Muhammad Naveed Mushtaq, Jahangir khan, , Raheela Qayyum, Abdul Qayum Khan, Nasir Muhammad The aim of this survey was to evaluate and document ethnomedicinal knowledge of the Valley Alladand Dehri, Tehsil Batkhela, District Malakand, which has high medicinal plants prospective. Ethnomedicinal informations including local names, local medicinal uses of plants, were collected through an open-ended questionnaire. These Informations were only reported when at least 10 interviewees verified it. The study showed that the local people used approximately 92 species of different plants for various diseases like in high blood pressure as diuretic (18%), diarrhea (11%) and diabetes (8%). The leading families out of 53 in medicinal indications were Lamiaceae (12%), Asteraceae (8%), Cucurbitaceae (8%) and Solanaceae (8%). It was also observed that local collectors are unaware of proper collection, and preservation techniques, due to which its active ingredients are lost. It is concluded from our survey that this ethnomedicinal study will definitely provide a folkloric claim base for researchers and also asses in the treatment of local diseases
Preparation and Food Product Development From Macrotyloma Uniflorum (Horse Gram) Bovine Milk Blends published in

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Preeti Verma, Sheel Sharma, Vibha Sharma, Shilpi Singh, Nidhi Agarwal Horse gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum) is one of the inexpensive sources of protein, calcium and iron. The present study, aimed at developing horse gram extract-bovine milk blends (HEBMB), encompassed three phases. The first phase involved preparation of horse gram extract (HGE) using household processing steps, the second phase comprised analysis of proximate, minerals (calcium and iron) and antinutrients (tannins and total phenol) of HGE. The final phase involved blending of HGE with bovine milk (BM) in different ratios (40:60, 50:50 and 60:40) and developing milk based products (kulfi, papaya shake and kadhi) from them. Results of the study revealed that HGE contained 91.99 g moisture, 3.64 g protein, 0.25 g fat, 0.80 g crude fibre, 0.13 g ash and 3.19 g carbohydrates per 100 ml. Sensory evaluation of products, on the basis of 9-point hedonic scale, revealed that all the variants of the various products prepared were acceptable.
A Treatment Study Of Pharmaceutical Industrial Wastewater Using Uasb published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Narsimha Rao. P, Habiulla .S, K. Vishnu das Prasad, Anand.Ch Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor is widely used for treatment of industrial wastewater. In this study, performance of a lab-scale Up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor, treating an antibiotic chemical synthesis-based pharmaceutical wastewater, was evaluated under different operating conditions. A pipe with a diameter of 250 mm and total height of 120 cm and effective height of 100 cm with approximate volume of 50 liter was used as a reactor. The loading rates on reactor were increased in steps to assess the maximum loading capacity of the reactor to study the performance of reactor at different loading rates. The COD concentrations used in the present investigation ranges between 10,050 mg/L to 15,170 mg/L. The performance of the reactor up to 10.81 kg COD/m3.d was evaluated and the hydraulic retention times were examined. During this study, which lasted for 120 days, the temperature of the wastewater entering the reactor ranged from 30 to 35 o C and no heat exchanger was used. Finally the removal ratio of COD with hydraulic retention time of 33.7 hours and organic loading rate of 10.81 kg COD/m3.day were 54 percent respectively
Water Environment Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Based on Improved Set Pair Analysis (SPA) published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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Zhihong Zheng and Minghua Wei Set pair analysis (SPA) is a method for the application on analysis of risks and project decision evaluation. This method combines qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis. The previous SPA study only focused on three ranks evaluation. This paper presents an improved SPA method utilizing original relation degree malleability of SPA, and extends it to five ranks evaluation. The improved method can depict identity, discrepancy and contrary in more detail. In addition, this study combines fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method to evaluate four main factors of surface water environment, instead of the discussion of i+, i, j+, j coefficient. It not only obtains evaluation result but also obtains probability distribution of each rank. In this paper, we apply the method to factual example and compare the results with synthesis index method, and gray associated analysis method. We conclude that the improved method can represent the true state of the object with extensive engineering application value.
Synthesis and antifungal activity of 4-substituted aryl methyl-2-(4- acetylamino-3-bromophenyl)- 1, 3, 4-oxadiazolin-5-thiones and substituted- 1, 2, 4-triazolin-5-thiones published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Rishi Pratap Singh1, Dharm Veer Singh2, C.R. Singh3*and Shailendra Singh4 Starting material 4-acetylamino-3-bromobenzoyl hydrazine (1) has been synthesized from easily available methyl-4-acetylamino-3-bromobenzoate and hydrazine hydrate in ethanol. Compound (1) react with KOH and CS2 gives 2-(4-acetylamino-3-bromophenyl)-1, 3, 4-oxadiazoline-5-thiones (2). Aminomethylation of (2) with formaldehyde and secondary amines in ethanol furnished Manich base (3a-e). Compound (1) was again treated with arylisothiocynate to get 4-arylthiosemicarbazide (4a-d) which underwent cyclization in the presence of NaOH to give corresponding triazolinthione (5a-d). Compound (5a-d) on aminomethylation with formaldehyde and secondary amine in ethanol to give aryl1-1, 2, 4-triazoline-5-thiones (6a-l). Antfungal activity has been compaired with Dithane M-45, a commercial fungicide, for their fungitoxic action against Phytophthora infestance and Collectotricum falcatum, and the result correlated with their structural features.
Nutritional status and participation in extra curricular activities of Lambani school children published in

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SHWETA NAIKAND S.K. ITAGI The study was conducted in Hoovinahadagali taluka, Bellary district during 2012-13 on 135 Lambani school children of 9-11 years of age selected from 5 government primary schools. The results revealed that there was highly significant difference in mean height and weight of children with respect to their NCHS standard norms in both groups age and gender. It was also highlighted that among 135 children, 48.2 per cent Lambani school children belonged to normal category followed by 40.74 per cent stunted, 8.2 per cent wasted and stunted and 2.96 per cent wasted category of nutritional status. Children with lower middle socioeconomic status (61.33%) indicated medium level of participation followed by 16 per cent low level of participation and 14.66 per cent high level of participation in extracurricular activities. Whereas, children from poor middle socio - economic status group, 4 per cent children indicated medium level, 2.66 per cent high level only 1.33 per cent low level of participation in extracurricular activities. On the whole, most of children indicated medium level of participation (65.4%) and equal proportion of children indicated low as well as high level of participation in extracurricular activities. There was positive and significant difference found between nutritional status with level of participation in extracurricular activities, socio-economic status. Hence, a good nutritional status improves the level of participation
PREVALENCE OF PVL GENE AMONG METHICILLIN RESISTANCE S. AUREUS ISOLATES IN BAGHDAD CITY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. B. Chittibabu The purpose of our study is to analyse speed and explosive power among differenent levels of handball players. Sixty (60) male handball players were selected as subjects from AGM Higher secondary school, Thuraiyur. These players were classified into three groups namely junior (20), senior (20) and super senior (20). These players were tested on speed and explosive power which was selected as criterion variables and measured by 50 yards dash and standing broad jump. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was computed and revealed a significant difference on speed (F = 8.82, p < 0.05) and explosive power (F = 5.95, p < 0.05). We concluded that speed and explosive power significantly differ among different level male handball players in school may be due to experience and physiological changes.
Accuracy of Different Elastomeric Impression Materials Using Dual Arch Impression Trays: An In Vitro Study published in

Advances in Human Biology

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Sareen Duseja, Dipti Shah, Kalpesh Vaishnav, Shilpa Duseja, Santosh Kumar, Khushboo Desai. Aim: This study was done to evaluate the accuracy of dies obtained after pouring different elastomeric impression materials in different viscosities using dual arch/ triple trays. Materials and Method: Tooth preparation was done on mandibular left first molar in a typodont. Fifty impressions each of condensation silicon (putty and light body), vinyl polysiloxane (putty and light body), monophase vinyl polysiloxane and monophase polyether were made in dual arch/triple trays. These impressions were poured in Type IV gypsum. The buccolingual width of the prepared tooth was calculated and was compared with the dies prepared using stereomicroscope. The data was subjected to ANOVA test. Results: The dies obtained from impressions made with monophase vinyl polysiloxane in triple trays were most accurate followed by monophase polyether, condensation silicon (putty and light body) and vinyl polysiloxane (putty and light body). Conclusion: Triple trays when used in conjunction with proper impression material and technique may prove to be a simplified yet accurate method of impression making.
Potential of Sphaeranthus Indicus Linn. Against Wood Destroying White And Brown Rot Fungi published in

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P.Sreevani Sphaeranthus indicus belonging to the family Asteraceae is known world wide as an aromatic medicinal plant. It grows in rice fields, cultivated lands in tropical parts of India. The present study mainly aimed to investigate the efficacy of Sphaeranthus indicus extracts against wood destroying white and brown rot fungi. Results revealed that ethanolic extract upto 2% concentration level 0% growth was observed for Trametes versicolor whereas in case of Polyporus meliae at 6% , growth observed was 9% which the same extract could not show efficacy. A growth of almost 100% with the difference of 10% at the concentration level of 6% was observed for Polyporus meliae. Trametes versicolor showed 10% growth at concentration of 1%. It was 0% at 3% of concentration. Qualitative analysis of the ethanolic and water extracts revealed presence of high amounts of alkaloids, flavanoids, glycosides appreciable amount of carbohydrate in the ethanolic extract.

Agronomic Characteristics of Domestic and Abroad Originated Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Genotypes

 

 

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Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selçuk University Agriculture Faculty
Mustafa Önder, Mehmet Güçlü
 
Present research was realized during 2017 vegetation period according to Augmented Trial Design under Konya - Tukey ecological conditions. Yield and some agricultural characteristics of totally 100 promising bean genotypes were determined for the purposes of using on selection and hybridization breeding programs. Results of the research were ranged as following; 3,23-57,28 g for seed yield, 8,28-61,94 g for 100 seed weight 5,28-218,61 cm for plant height, 1,16-4,16 for number of main branches per plant, 2,28-60,94 for number of pods per plant, 0,82-6,16 for number of seeds per pod and 95,94-137,27 days for vegetation length. A total of 20 bean genotypes which were used as material in the study were determined as promising for the seed yield and some agricultural characteristics which may be used as genetic source for the future breeding works.
 
Preparation of Rotavirus Culture and Quantification assays for the Vaccine Production and its role in Vaccination published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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M. Padmavathi When a new disease arises to health threat the scientists, doctors and health workers recognized the need for a new way to prevent the disease. The organism or toxin that causes damage to health or illness they pursue a number of approaches to develop a vaccine. One such organism is Rotavirus which infects human health especially young children and a pathogen of livestock that cause acute gastroenteritis. Millions of people become severely ill due to this pathogen. Rotavirus vaccine helps to prevent this illness. The present study describes the isolation, preparation of the Rotavirus culture and quantified by different assays and the role of Rotavirus vaccine helps to treat the infections for saving lives of children in future.
Cheque Truncation System in Banking Industry published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Aditya Sharma, Mr. Gopi Nath Modi Cheque Truncation is settlement of clearing transaction on the basis of images and electronic data without the physical movement of the instruments. The clearing cheque is truncated at the presenting bank itself. The Reserve Bank has implemented CTS in the National Capital Region (NCR), New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai with effect from February 1, 2008, September 24, 2011 and April 27, 2013 respectively. CTS is an efficient way of clearing cheques. It is in fact, better than the existing method. This article attempts to explain CTS , its benefits and its role in present banking system in India.
EKSISTENSI KOMISI YUDISAL DALAM STRUKTUR KETATANEGARAAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA DAN YANG SEHARUSNYA DIATUR DALAM PERATURAN PERUNDANG-UNDANGAN published in

Dinamika Hukum

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

Cultivation of Two Species of Mushroom Found in Anambra State, South Eastern, Nigeria and Their Potentials for Bioremediation of Trace Metals Polluted Soil

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. (Mrs) B. C. Ilechukwu | Prof. C. O. B. Okoye

Two species of Mushroom namely Amanita phalaoides and Amanita verosa were studied and they were collected from farmlands in Uke town around Onitsha metropolis in Anambra State, Nigeria. The mushroom samples were cultivated on normal agricultural and refuse dump soils. The young growing mushrooms were watered twice daily and harvested within fourteen 14 days. The harvested mushroom samples were sun dried and kept in pre cleaned bottles for chemical analysis. The dried samples were cut into pieces and pulverized using binatone blender with stainless blade and they were subjected to chemical analysis using standard analytical methods AOAC . The obtained data were analyzed by ANOVA using SPSS versions 16.0. Duncan's Range was applied in separating means where differences were observed. The results ranged as follows moisture content MC 81.79 to 97.84 , the highest value was from Amanita Phalaoides. Dry matter DM ranged from 2.63 to 18.36 shows an indication of high roughages contained by mushrooms. Crude protein CP ranged from 8.16 to 24.67 which compared favourably with values of seeds and legumes. Ash contents ranged from 3.26 to 14.33 and they are indications of high mineral elements present in mushroom species. Low values of Lipid fat oil ranged from 1.00 to 6.68 are indications that mushrooms are excellent dietary food for diabetic and coronary heart disease patients. Crude fibre CF ranged from 2.62 to 15.37 . Values of Ethanol soluble sugar ESS , carbohydrate CHO and vitamin C were close showing no significant difference at p 0.05. Values of phytic acid, tannins and hydrocyanic acid ranged from 0.01 to 0.27 mg 100g, these were quite low to give adverse effect. The mean concentrations of nutrients metals mg kg of Na, K, Ca, Mg and Fe ranged from 276.48±0.27 to 826.83±0.04 while trace metals Cu, Co, Pb, Zn, Cd, Ni, Mn, Cr concentrations mg kg ranged from 0.001±0.01 to 43.18±0.20. Cobalt was most bio accumulated in agric soil while Zn was most bio accumulated in refuse dump soil. Dr. (Mrs) B. C. Ilechukwu | Prof. C. O. B. Okoye "Cultivation of Two Species of Mushroom Found in Anambra State, South-Eastern, Nigeria and Their Potentials for Bioremediation of Trace Metals Polluted Soil" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22846.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/cell-biology/22846/cultivation-of-two-species-of-mushroom-found-in-anambra-state-south-eastern-nigeria-and-their-potentials-for-bioremediation-of-trace-metals-polluted-soil/dr-mrs-b-c-ilechukwu
Selection Principles and D-Spaces published in

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Dr. K. Vijayalakshmi, R. Ragavendran, P. Rajendran The D -property is a covering property. Some special cases where unions of spaces or subspaces that are D make a whole space a D-space is discussed in this paper. The implications between selection principles and D -spaces are also discussed.
EFFECT OF RAPHANUS SATIVUS ROOT EXTRACT ON GLUCOSE TOLERANCE IN GLUCOSE-LOADED HYPERGLYCEMIC MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Asaduzzaman, Prashanta Kumer Paul, Shahadat Hossan, Shahnaz Rahman, Mohammed Rahmatullah* In oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), m ethanol extract of Raphanus sativus roots, when administered orally to glucose-loaded Swiss albino mice at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg body weight led to dosedependent reductions in blood glucose levels. At these doses, the percent reductions in blood glucose levels were, respectively, 21.9, 34.0, 39.7, and 53.9% compared to control animals. A standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide, when administered at a dose of 10 mg/kg body weight reduced blood glucose levels by 49.2%. Preliminary phytochemical screening showed presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, and saponins in the extract, which components can be responsible for the observed blood glucose lowering effect.
SOL-GEL METHODOF SYNTHESIS OFMGO AND CAO NANO PARTICLESAND THEIR CHARACTERIZATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Priscilla Prabhavathi, Ranjith, Shameela Rajam, *Maruthamuthu, Kingsley Raja Since the innovation of Nano chemistry in past decades number of materials in Nano-scale have been synthesized via, many methods. Nanoparticles have been widely used in various fields, such as photoelectric, recording materials catalysts, sensors, ceramic materials, etc., due to their special structures and property. In particular Nano sized MgO finds application in nano generators, gas sensors, biosensors, solar cells, photo deduction and photo catalyst.In the same way, Nano sized CaO is extremely stable compounds and finds application in ceramic structures. The present study is aimed at synthesizing MgO and CaO nanoparticles using simple sol-gel method and reagents and the characterization of MgO and CaO using FT-IR, X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). KEYWORDS: Nano metal oxides, Sol-gel, FT-IR, XRD, SEM.
COMPORTAMIENTO DE LA ENDOCARDITIS INFECCIOSA EN EL CARDIOCENTRO PEDITRICO "WILLIAM SOLER" DE 2000 A 2012 / Behavior of infective endocarditis at the Pediatric Cardiocentro William Soler from 2000-2012 published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Hiram Tpanes Daumy, Elsa Fleitas Ruisnchez, Eliobert Daz Bertot, Andrs Savo Benavides and Mayln Pea Fernndez Introduction: Infective endocarditis is a rare disease in children. There are few publications that include large numbers of patients and discuss their risk factors. Objective: To describe the clinical and epidemiological characteristics of pediatric infective endocarditis. Method: A retrospective descriptive study was performed in the 33 patients admitted for infective endocarditis (who met the Duke criteria) at the Pediatric Cardiocentro William Soler in Havana, Cuba, from January 2000 to July 2012. Medical records were reviewed to obtain the primary data. Variables were stored and analyzed with SPSS version 15.0. Absolute and relative frequencies were determined and for the association between qualitative variables the Chi Square Test of Independence was used. Results: Infective endocarditis predominated in female students (20/ 33 patients), the most frequent heart diseases were ventricular septal defect (50%) and tetralogy of Fallot (18.2%). Dental procedures (36.4% p < 0.01) and the use of intravascular catheters (36.4 % p < 0.05) were the most relevant risk factors. In 78.8 % of cases the presentation was subacute and in 57.6 %, nosocomial. Blood cultures were positive in 25 of 33 patients; in 14 of them (56 %) staphylococcal species were isolated. 46 complications were found, 30.4 % were congestive heart failure, followed by cerebral (21.8%) and lung embolisms, and pneumonia (10.9%). Conclusions: Infective endocarditis was more frequent in children with congenital heart disease, and was significantly associated with defined risk factors, had a subacute clinical presentation and germ acquisition was nosocomial. Most common isolated germs were staphylococcal species and regarding complications heart failure and heart embolisms predominated.
A Study of Prison System in India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Miss. Veena Vasant Mooganur The paper provides an analytical approach to conditions of Indian prisons. The paper throws lights on prison system with objectives of knowing the trends of prisons, reformation, prison population, demography of prison inmates, deaths in prisons and to study the expenses on prisons. Apart from that this paper attempts to describe the state wise differences in trends and prison conditions. Secondary data have been used for this study and data was mainly referred from National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB).
IMMUNOMODULATORY ACTIVITY OF ETHANOL EXTRACT OF SARCOSTEMMA SECAMONE (L.) BENNET (ASCLEPIADACEAE) IN MICE published in

Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy

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Thangakrishnakumari S, Nishanthini A, Muthukumarasamy S, Mohan V.R Abstract: Sarcostemma secamone (L.) Bennet an ethnomedicinal plant was studied for its immunomodulatory activity. Immunomodulatory activity of different doses of ethanol extract of Sarcostemma secamone was evaluated in Swiss albino mice. Mice were treated with two doses (150 and 300mg/kg body weight) for 5 days. Body weight, relative organ weight, delayed type hypersensitivity (DTH) response and Haemagglutionation titre (HT) were studied in various groups of animals. The results obtained show a significant increase (p<0.05) in body weight and relative organ weight of spleen, liver and kidney at dose of 300mg/kg. The Sarcostemma secamone extract eliciated a significant increase (p<0.05) in the DTH response at dose of 300mg/kg. In the HT test, the plant extract showed a stimulatory effect at all doses. The doses of 300mg/kg significantly (p<0.05) increases the WBC count, compared with the control group. Overall, Sarcostemma secamone showed a stimulatory effect on both humoral and cellular immune functions in animal models. Keywords: Sarcostemma secamone, Delayed type hypersensitivity, Haemagglutionation Titre, Immunomodulation.
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL, FT- IR AND ANTIBACTERIAL EVALUATION OF LEAF OF EUGENIA FLOCCOSA BEDD (MYRTACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. P. S. Tresina and Dr. V. R. Mohan* The present study aims to examine the phytochemical and antibacterial potential of different solvent extracts of leaf of Eugenia floccosa. The preliminary phytochemical screening revealed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, glycosides, terpenoids, steroids, saponins, phenols, tannins, coumarins, catechin and sugars in the methanol and ethanol extracts of leaf of E. floccosa. The FT-IR spectrum confirmed the presence of C=O, C-H, C=C, C-O and C=C. The antibacterial activity has been observed in the petroleum ether, methanol and ethanol extracts of leaf of E. floccosa against the tested bacteria with wide-ranging activity. The methanol extract of leaf of E. floccosa showed highest zone of inhibition against Escherichia coli (16 mm). It is hoped that, this study would direct to the establishment of some compounds that could be used to formulate new and more effective antibacterial drugs of natural origin.

What is the role of governance in the health national innovation system? A Logic model approach

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Annals of Tropical Medicine & Public Health

Published by Africa Health Research Organization

Hesam Seyedin, Majid Heydari, Azadeh Ahmadzadeh Ghasab,  Omdi Khosravizadeh

Background: Government as the most important components of innovation system has an important role in the efficiency of Health National Innovation System (HNIS). This study was conducted to identify the role of the government in the Iran's HNIS. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted by Focus Group Discussion (FGD). Results were arranged by logic model approach in categories of inputs, process, outputs and outcomes. Results: HNIS inputs that government has role included: availability of credits and financial resources, policies and programs, innovative public and private organizations, industries, innovative human capital and supply of technical knowledge. In HNIS activities: resource allocation, support of innovation, human capital empowerment, interaction and communication with industries and international organizations, managing of developmental programs, monitoring and control of innovation system. In HNIS outputs: supportive programs, guidelines, regulation and memorandum of interagency cooperation, innovation policy and innovative education programs. In early outcome: efficiently resource allocation policies and guidelines, increasing inter-sectorial cooperation, increasing motivation of organizations to conclude agreements with international institutions and improving organizations' attitudes to innovation projects as a source of income. In intermediate outcomes: implementation of innovative policies, constant monitoring of the implementation of innovative policies, optimum use of funds, strengthening innovation supporter institutions, sustainable collaboration with industry and commercialization of new ideas. In late outcome: improve public health, economic boom, create wealth by using new ideas, increase satisfaction, transform ideas into products and expand the culture of innovation in society and organizations. Conclusions: Government has various roles in Iran's HNIS. By identifying the role of government at various levels of HNIS can measure its performance. Better understanding of the government performance will lead to formulation of better policies and programs
Assessment of Ground Water Quality of IIT Roorkee Campus published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Bharti Saini1* and Pradeep Kumar1 This study consisted of the determination of the physiochemical properties such as pH, electrical conductivity, alkalinity, TDS, cations and anions of source water from six tube well samples in IIT Roorkee campus. The water quality analysis is based on the strata chart (aquifer and depth) of tube wells. A necessity was felt to assess the water quality from these tube wells and found that the water quality of tube well samples differs with each other and the water quality parameters is found to be acceptable in some samples but some of the parameters were observed above the permissible limit
THE STUDY OF DRUG USAGE PATTERNS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS AT MGM HOSPITAL, NAVI MUMBAI published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajesh Kumar Suman*, N.C Mohanty, Ipseeta Ray Mohanty, Y. A Deshmukh Objective: The present study evaluated the pattern of Drug usage in Pediatrics department at a tertiary care hospital in Navi Mumbai . Method: Questionnaires was specifically designed factoring patients demographical profile, illness history, prescription regimen. Result: A total 302 prescriptions (78% OPD and 22% IPD) of children attending Pediatric department were analyzed. Maximum children were of the age group between 0 1 yr (40%) followed by 1-2 yr (27%). Of total 302 patients, drugs were mainly indicated for fever (44%), acute diarrhea (42 %), malaria (8%), other disease like, seizure, thrombocytopenia etc (6%). A total of 814 drugs were prescribed in the 302 prescriptions studied. Average number of drugs per prescription was 2.7. Most commonly encountered drugs were antipyretic: paracetamol syp (44%), Nasal decongestant: phenylephrine (44%), Zinc (42%), Oral rehydration solution (40%), Vitamin (40%), antihistaminic: Levocetrizine (20%) and antibiotics (32%). Most widely prescribed antibiotic group was Cephalosporin. Among IPD patients mainly Inj Ceftriaxone was used while in OPD patients, oral Cefixime was used. 23% of the drugs were prescribed by parenteral route. Except ORS, all the drugs were prescribed by brand names. Other medication prescribed were Domperidone, Ondansetron, Diazapam, Chloroquine etc. Conclusion: Good prescribing practices adhering to standard WHO prescribing guidelines were followed. However, prescription of drugs by brand names instead of the recommended generic names is a matter of concern.

Evaluation of male and female rugae area of Iraqi population using 3D EXO-CAm scanning EXO-CAD designing software

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Annals of Tropical Medicine & Public Health

Published by Africa Health Research Organization

Eman Alayah, Sara Mualla

Aim of study: To evaluate rugae area pattern, average length, depth of different samples of different Iraqi population and compare the parameters between males and females. Materials and methods: 60 students at Alturath University selected for this study (30 males and 30 females), age ranged between 18-25 years with definite criteria as (no missing teeth, no crowding, and no oral defects), impressions were taken with alginate from which stone models were fabricated. Each cast was scanned with EXO CAD scanner, 3D image of the casts investigated using the EXOCAD measurement tools software. The length of the rugae area, the patterns of rugae and symmetry of the primary rugae between the right and left wings of palate were checked. Results: two tailed T test used for statistical analysis. The two tested groups showed highly significant difference from each other both regarding the length and depth of rugae area. The means of each type of rugae area was measured and compared. V. CONCLUSION: Within the limitation of this study it can be concluded that 1. There is a significant difference between Iraqi males and females regarding the rugae area length and depth with females having the longer and the deeper rugae area. 2. Curved form was the predominant in females and the straight form counted the highest in number in males. 3. Both groups possessed more primary rugae area than secondary or fragmentary. 4- Each individual had different rugae area pattern from the others and can be used in human identification and sex differentiation. Yet, further studies of cross-sectional nature are recommended to discern the methodology of using the palatal rugae area in forensic gender recognition.
METHYL PARATHION 50% EC INDUCED CHANGES IN ENZYMATIC ACTIVITIES OF THE FISH Channa punctatus (BLOCH) published in

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Padmavathi, P,Veeraiah, K,Tata Rao, S,Vivek, Ch The acute toxicity tests for 24, 48, 72 and 96 h to the fish Channa punctatus were conducted with an organophosphate pesticide methyl parathion 50% EC in both static and continuous flow-through methods. The LC50 values obtained were 0.6661, 0.6473, 0.6200 and 0.5949 ppm respectively for static, and 0.5736, 0.5592, 0.521 and 0.5364 ppm respectively for continuous flow-through method. The 1/10th of static 96 h LC50 value was taken as sub-lethal concentration and the fish were exposed to both lethal and sub-lethal concentrations for 8 days. The vital tissue of the fish viz; gill, liver, brain, muscle and kidney were isolated and analyzed for study of changes in enzymatic activity of amino-transferases, Aspartate Amino Transferase (AAT) and Alanine Amino Transferase (ALAT); Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and acetyl cholinesterase enzymes after 24, 96 h and 8 days of exposures. All the enzymatic activities were elevated under both lethal and sub-lethal concentrations, whereas the activity level of ACh. E activity was decreased. The changes in activity levels are more in lethal concentration compared to sub-lethal exposure. The changes in enzymatic activity are directly proportional to the increase in exposure period. These changes were in agreement with the earlier reports. The results obtained in all were discussed with the available literature.
Formulation and evaluation of bupropion hydrochloride sustained release tablets using combination of hydrophilic polymers published in

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Deepika K, Chellaram S The objective of the present study was to develop the oral sustained release tablets of Bupropion hydrochloride using combination of hydrophilic polymers. Bupropion Hydrochloride is a Anti-Depressant agent used in symptomatic treatment of depression, maniac, and smoking withdrawal conditions. FT-IR studies were carried to know the interaction, showed that absence of any interactions between the drug and polymers. Optimization of the formulation was done by studying effect of drug to polymer ratio on drug release. The physicochemical properties of tablets were found within the limits. The drug release from optimized formulation BST-5 was extended for a period of about 12 h. The kinetic treatment to optimized formulations showed that the release of drug follows zero order model and Super Case II transport. Release of the drug was retarded with increase in polymer concentrations. The optimized formulations were subjected to stability studies for two months at 402 C temperature with RH 755 %, and showed stability with respect to physicochemical parameters and release pattern. Results of the present study indicated the suitability of hydrophilic polymers in the preparation of sustained release formulation of Bupropion hydrochloride.
The Management of Touristic Destinations - Comparative Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Anca Gabriela Turtureanu, Rodica Pripoaie This paper aims to make a comparative analysis of how to practice rural tourism in the region Bran - Moeciu (Romania) and Tyrol (Austria), considering all the elements that underlie the practice of rural tourism. The starting point of this analysis is the position that each region occupies to practice rural tourism in its country. Thus, while Tyrol represents the perfect description of rural tourism in Austria, Bran-Moeciu is considered the cradle of Romanian rural tourism.
Studies on Drying Characteristics of Prawn and Fish published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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D.Kamalakar, L.Nageswara Rao, K.Siva Prasada Rao and M.Venkateswara Rao Preservation usually involves preventing the growth of bacteria, fungi (such as yeasts), and other micro-organisms (although some methods work by introducing benign bacteria, or fungi to the food), as well as retarding the oxidation of fats which cause rancidity. Food preservation can also include processes which inhibit visual deterioration, such as the enzymatic browning reaction in apples after they are cut, which can occur during food preparation. Main objectives of the study are to know the drying character of prawn and fish and the effect of temperature on drying rate.
Estimation of Alkaloids and Total phenol In Roots of Derris Trifoliata L and Evaluation For Antibacterial And Antioxidant Activity published in

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

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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Vishwas S. Patil, Sharmishtha V. Patil, H. V. Deshmukh and G. R. Pathade Soil salinity is a major problem in Maharashtra. Attempt is made to isolate salt-tolerant, thermotolerant, nitrogen fixing, phosphate solubilising Azotobacter spp. from the saline soil of Khodashi village in Satara district. Eight Azotobacter spp. were isolated from the saline soils. They were confirmed based on morphological, cultural and biochemical characteristics. They were tested for saline and thermal tolerance. The phosphate solubilizing potential of the these Azotobacter isolates was qualitatively evaluated by the formation of halos (clear zones) around the colonies growing on solid medium containing tribasic calcium phosphate as a sole phosphorus source. The results showed that phosphate solubilising, salt tolerant and thermotolerant Azotobacter spp. could be a promising source for the development of saline-alkali soil-based agriculture.
Supply Chain Defies and Prospects With Esteem Focusing on Retail in India. published in

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DR. CHANDUJI THAKOR PROF. JIGNESH PATEL -
LANGUAGE OF MATHEMATICS: ITS PLACE INSIDE THE MATHEMATICAL CLASSROOMS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Meeta Arora Mathematical language is an essential component in mathematics classrooms. The present study aims to find out the problem s faced by secondary school teachers in regard to teaching language of mathematics. The results show that teachers do face problems in teaching mathematics. Teachers are being interviewed to find out the reasons and areas of the problems faced by them. Implications for further study are drawn for the curricular development and for teacher education programmes .
INVITRO ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF ERYTHRINA VARIEGATA LEAVES IN INDIAN EARTHWORM PHERETIMA POSTHUMA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vennila V*, Selvarani R, Anitha R, Marthal Mariyal A, Nivetha R and Pavithra V Different extracts of Erythrina vaiegata were taken for anthelmintic activity against Indian earthworm Pheretima posthuma. Four concentrations (25, 50, 100 and 200 mg/ml) of various extracts were tested and results were expressed in terms of time for paralysis and time for death of worms. Albendazole (15 mg/ml) was used as reference standard and carboxy methyl cellulose (0.5%) as a control group. Dose dependent activity was observed in the plant extracts but methanolic extract exhibited more activity as compared to others. The invitro anthelmintic activity of E. variegata leaves extract has therefore been demonstrated for the first time.
ALGORITHM OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SIGNALS COMPRESSION BASED IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION METHODS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Nikolay Valeryevich Gapon;Viacheslav Vladimirovich Voronin;Roman Alekseyevich Sizaykin;Alexander Vladimirovich Fisunov A new algorithm for image compression, which involves the removal of square blocks of pixels in an image of fixed size, followed by the remaining blocks encoded by JPEG. The decoder performs a decoding JPEG followed by reduction of the remote blocks. As a method of image reconstruction using reconstruction method based on texture analysis.
The System View on the Prognosis of Maritime Transport published in

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Helena Binova, Bohumr Stedron, manazer projektu he paper deals with the prognosis of development of maritime transport in the world. This topic is very current. Until now there was an increase of maritime transport, except in the years 2008 - 2009 when there was a decline due to the global crisis. According to objective knowledge, it is clear that the volume of transport cannot increase endlessly, because of stagnant needs of new goods and also because of the development and use of new technologies. This paper assesses planned constructions, which could significantly affect the development of maritime transport.
Role of Biophysical Profile in Case of Pregnancy Induced Hypertension published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR.ARTI J. PATEL, DR.POOJA J PATEL Biophysical profile is a widely used method of fetal surveillance based on composite assessment of acute and chronic markers of fetal condition. .Present study is an attempt to find out usefulness of biophysical profile in management of cases with pregnancy induced hypertension. Study design: descriptive prospective study conducted at tertiary health care centre Subjects: 50 cases of pregnancy induced hypertension Duration: 1st june 2013 to 31st may 2014 Results :In present study, 41 patients have favourable fetal outcome out of 42 who have favourable BPP score. Out of 08 cases having unfavourable BPP score 06 patients have unfavourable pregnancy outcome. Patients having favourable BPP score only one patient had unfavourable fetal outcome which was due to neonatal jaundice and septicemia. Conclusions: Biophysical profile can guide us for timely intervention & thus, helps us in reduction of morbidity and mortality of fetus in pregnancy induced hypertension.

Study on Infrastructure Developments of Mobile Generations

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Aye Myat Myat Myo | Zar Chi Soe

Nowadays, as Mobile communication systems have been developing in various ways, people can get better communications and mobility. A long way in a remarkably short time has been achieved in the history of wireless. The first generation 1G has fulfilled the basic mobile voice while the second generation 2G has introduced capacity and coverage. This is followed by the third generation 3G , which has requested data at higher speeds to open the gates for truly "mobile broadband" experience. Furthermore, the fourth generation will be realized as the next generation. 4G provides access to a wide range of telecommunication services, including advanced mobile services, supported by mobile and fixed networks, which are increasingly packet based. This paper explains about the required components of infrastructure in mobile generations from 1G to 4G and also describes the performance of each portion in evolutions of 1G to 4G infrastructure. And then, people can study the introduction of the infrastructure requirements of 5G network technology. Aye Myat Myat Myo | Zar Chi Soe "Study on Infrastructure Developments of Mobile Generations" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26570.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/26570/study-on-infrastructure-developments-of-mobile-generations/aye-myat-myat-myo

Mathematical Modelling for The Selection of The Best Source for The Preparation of Bio-Diesel published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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A. Pavana Kumari, N. Aruna Kumari In present dynamic society, to meet the needs of different industrial and domestic operations, the major sources of energy is the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum and natural gases. There has been greater awareness on biodiesel in developing countries in the recent times and significant activities have picked up for the production of biodiesel. There is a need of biodiesel in the present day society, as the conventional and non-renewable resources depleting day by day by the over usage of increasing population. Global concerns regarding greenhouse gas emissions combined with soaring oil prices have driven the search for renewable diesel fuels derived from either virgin or waste vegetable oils. A key challenge in the emerging bio-diesel industry is cost-effective. To overcome this problem, research is going on by the scientists continuously, trying to find the alternatives to fossil fuels and succeeded to find the bio fuel (biodiesel) from vegetable and animal oils. At this juncture, as there are abundant resources, there is a need to find out the best among them. We have considered some of the resources, Jatropha curcas, Pongamea glabra, Salvalora oleoides, Madhuca indica and Micro algae, which are cheaper in cost, abundantly available and we tried to give the ranking among them with mathematical modelling.

A Study of Customer Purchasing Behaviour of Automobiles in Kukatpally, Hyderabad

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Mayuri Chaturvedi | Baddam Harish Reddy

In this competitive world automobiles have become an important part of daily transportation and the competition between different automobile industries lead to the high level innovations in automobiles in order to reach the needs of people. This research attempts to answer some of the questions regarding brand personality of selected cars by conducting the survey. This research will help in knowing what a customer thinks about a given brand of car and what are the possible factors guiding a possible purchase. The main aim of this research is to analyse sales of a particular automobile company and to identify the advertisements and sales promotion activities adopted by the automobile companies. The present study is an attempt to evaluate the consumer purchase behaviour of automobiles. This research highlights the various factors which influence the consumer behaviour towards four wheeler, small sedan cars purchase decision and their behaviour and level of satisfaction. Dr. Mayuri Chaturvedi | Baddam Harish Reddy "A Study of Customer Purchasing Behaviour of Automobiles in Kukatpally, Hyderabad" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21376.pdf
 
Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/consumer-behaviour/21376/a-study-of-customer-purchasing-behaviour-of-automobiles-in-kukatpally-hyderabad/dr-mayuri-chaturvedi
Soft Skill, Wellness, and The Academic Achievement of Secondary Grade Teacher Trainees published in

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A. Grace Sophia Dr. C. Ramesh Soft skills are habits that have been cultivated over time more than they are innate traits. Soft skills play a vital role for professional success. They are otherwise called emotional intelligence skills. Wellness is a state of being well, healthy, and contented. Decision-making is a blend of thinking, deciding and acting. Teacher is a pivot in the society who shapes the students into well-integrated and harmonious persons. The present study focuses on soft skills and wellness, how effective they are on the academic achievement of secondary grade teacher trainees. Survey method has been used in this study. Well being scale developed by Jagsharanbir Singh Sandu and Asha Gupta and soft skill inventory prepared by A. Grace Sophia and Dr. C. Ramesh has been used for collecting the data. Mean, Standard deviation, t-test, Anova, Chi-square test, F test, and correlation have been used for the data analysis. The findings of this study reveals that there is significant difference between first and second year teacher trainees, signifcant difference between male and female teacher trainees and positive correlation between soft skills, wellness and academic achievement. Further, it revealed that there is significant difference between male and female teacher trainees and positive correlation between wellness and academic achievement. It is emphasized that the teachers have to promote soft skills and wellness in their institute for promoting high academic results.
Topical Gel: A Novel approach for drug delivery published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
1*Sudhir Bharadwaj , 2G.D.Gupta and 3V.K.Sharma Topical drug administration is a localized drug delivery system anywhere in the body through ophthalmic, rectal, vaginal and skin as topical routes. Skin is one of the most readily accessible organs on human body for topical administration and is main route of topical drug delivery system. This review is concern with all detail information regarding rational approach to topical formulations, principles of topical permeation and basic components of topical drug delivery systems. Overall, the clinical evidence indicates that topical gel is a safe and effective treatment option for use in the management of skin related diseases.
Histomorphochemical Observations on the Duct System of Minor Salivary Glands of Sheep (Ovis Aries) published in

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A.D. Singh,R. K. Jain,Pawan Kumar,Kritima Kapoor The tissues from the buccal and labial salivary glands of 25 healthy adult sheep of local mixed breed of either sex were collected and processed for paraffin and frozen sectioning techniques. Small intralobular ducts were lined by simple cuboidal type of epithelium whereas, large intralobular ducts were lined by simple cuboidal to simple columnar type of epithelium. Interacinar ducts were lined by simple to stratified cuboidal epithelium. In case of intralobular ducts, labial salivary glands have more ductal diameter as compared to buccal salivary glands whereas, luminal diameter was comparatively less in labial salivary glands. The ductal and luminal diameters of interlobular ducts of buccal salivary glands were more than labial salivary glands. All the epithelial cells of the ducts were negative to mucosubstances, glycogen, mucopolysaccharides, mucin and lipids studied during the present investigation except the goblet cells which contained acidic and neutral mucopolysaccharides and mucin
Effect Of Guinea Grass Compost on Soil Properties, Growth And Yield of Maize published in

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Nweke I.A. The study investigated the effect of guinea grass compost on soil properties and yield of maize. The treatments consisted of Grass Compost (GC), Poultry grass compost (PGC), Pig grass Compost (GPC), Poultry pig grass compost (PGPC) and Control (CO) with four replications and were laid out in a randomized complete block design (RCBD). Data generated were subjected to the analysis of variance and significant differences among treatment means were tested using least significant difference (LSD) at 0.5 probability level. The results of the study showed that guinea grass compost significantly (P=0.05) increased soil parameters studied, enhanced growth and yield of maize. PGPC recorded the highest value in all the parameters assessed in the trial, its available P value was 93.6% relative to the control value and highest grain yield of 2.10kgha-1 was recorded in PGPC. The values of total N, organic C and cation exchange capacity (CEC) were all increased relative to control plots. The findings of the study suggest that guinea grass compost is capable of improving the fertility status of soil, enhance the growth and yield of maize and therefore advised to use in place of chemical fertilizer for organically produced food is needed now for the life of soil and man.
Evaluation of Beneficial Effects of Medicago Sativa (Alfalfa) In Iron-Overload Conditions published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Rinal Patel*and Pravin Tirgar In medicine, iron overload indicates accumulation of iron in body from any cause. The most important causes are thalassemia, hereditary haemochromatosis (HHC) and transfusional iron overload, which can result from repeated blood transfusion. Aim of present study is to investigate in-vivo iron chelating potential and beneficial effects of Medicago sativa in iron overload and its complications. Iron chelating and organo protective activity of methanolic (250 mg/kg) and water (500 mg/kg) extracts of Medicago sativa along with standard drug desferoxamine were assessed against irondextran induced iron overload models in Wistar rats which results in condition of chronic iron overload found in thalassemia patients. At the end of 15 and 30 days of in-vivo trial, serum iron and ferritin , urine and fecal iron levels including complications on vital organ by histopathological study and test for biomarkers were (SGPT, SGOT, Serum creatinine, creatine kinase) were estimated to measure organo protective effects. There were significant decreased in serum iron, ferritin were observed compared to iron overloaded rats. These beneficial effects were observed because methanol and water extracts of M. sativa increased excretion of iron in urine and fecal due to iron chelation property of extract. Organo-protective effects on liver, heart and kidney of both extracts of M. sativa in iron overloaded rats were confirmed by histopathological study and reduction in various markers like SGPT, SGOT, creatinine, creatinine kinase levels. Data of our study confirmed that methanol and water extracts of Medicago sativa have significant iron chelating activity and organo-protective effects in iron overload conditions which is very beneficial in management of iron overload disorders like thalassemia, haemochromatosis like conditions.
DENGUE FEVER: A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE published in

Escalating Research

Published by Advance Educational Institute and Research Center
Zohra Asif Jetha & Neelam Saleem Punjani Dengue is one of the tropical diseases, included in the list of top 13 neglected tropical diseases, recommended by World health organization (Hansen, Chaingnat, 2013, p.136). Word tropical suggest the humid, damp environment which is similar to Pakistan. Dengue virus, presents amongst the most important arthropod-borne infections transmitted to man by the bite of a domestic mosquito, Aedes aegypti, being the principle vector (Shakoor, Ayub, & Ayub, 2012).
rated for 5 min. Validation was carried out by testing its specificity, linearity (2-12 ng), accuracy (95.95298.720% and 88.987-90.678%), precision (CV-0.819% and 0.968 %), limits of detection (32.610pg and 16.279pg) and quantification (98.818pg and 49.331pg) for aflatoxin B1 and B2, respectively. The presence of aflatoxins content was also confirmed using TLC-MS interface. published in

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Kiran Singh, Shalini Srivastava Reduction in arsenic MCL from 50 to 10 ppb has resulted in technical and operational effects on water treatment technologies that have required up-gradation to meet this new standard. This work presents the development of a technique using nanocrystalline cellulose composites reinforced with silane coupling agent, 3-Mercaptopropyltrimethoxy silane (MPTMS) filled in non-woven polypropylene filter bags for efficient arsenic abatement from water bodies providing an economic and simple biosorption technique with high adsorption capacity, MPTMS: 9.48 and 8.57 mg/g for As (III) and As (V), respectively.
Sutureless and Glue-Free Conjunctival Autograft in Pterygium Surgery: A Case Series published in

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Dr. Divya Gajjar,Dr. Uma Pandey Aim: A simple method of to achieve conjunctival autograft adherence during pterygium surgery and avoiding potential complications associated with the use of fibrin glue or sutures.Methods:A total of 17 eyes of 15 patients having pterygium underwent pterygium excision and fashioning of the autologous conjunctival graft, the recipient bed is encouraged to achievenatural haemostasis and relative dessication before graft placement. Graft adherence and positioning is examined 20min after surgery. Results:A total of 17 eyes of 15patients (mean (SD) age 73.7 (11.2) years), 9 females and 6 male underwent SGF autologous conjunctival graft post-pterygium excision.Mean graft area was 24(1.5)mm2. Mean follow-up time was 9.2 (2.2) months. Cosmesis was excellent in all cases and visual acuity improved in two patients. There were no intra- or post-operative complications requiring further treatment.Conclusion:This simple technique for pterygium surgery may prevent potential adverse reactions encountered with the use of foreign materials and in this small series provided safe and comparable results to current methods
THE SELF-TRANSLATION OF THE COLLOQUIAL DISCOURSE IN ROUMAINS DRACINS BY PAUL MICL?U published in

International Journal of Communication Research

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Tamara CEBAN The focus of this study is represented by the selftranslation of the colloquial discourse in Roumains dracins, the autobiographical novel of the Romanian writer of French expression Paul Miclau. As the writing of the novel was unfolding, the writer explored the idea of using the colloquial discourse as he practised it in his communication with his students while teaching Romanian for foreign students at the University of Montpellier, the Faculty of Letters and Humanities. The idea of employing this type of discourse arose out of the necessity of using spontaneous phrases in French without interfering with the nature of the language from an ethnological point-of-view. The phrases pertaining to the colloquial discourse are scattered throughout the novel which leads us to believe that the writer-translator made intentional use of this type of language in order to transfigure a surprising universe with a view to gaining the appreciation of the Francophone readership, a goal which the writer accomplished, as in 1996 he won the European Prize granted by Association des crivains de Langue Franaise for his original volume Roumains dracins (1995). If the use of this type of discourse was possible in French, as it was close to the students jargon, things are quite different when it comes to its translation into Romanian; some phrases were translated into the Banat dialect, their rendering being difficult or even impossible.
INNOVATION IS A LEADING FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUSSIAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalya Sergeyevna Klunko The article explores innovative component, which is defined by the author as a leading factor in the development of the Russian pharmaceutical industry. The goal set by the author, is to systematize our scientific views on innovative development of the pharmaceutical industry. The study is innovative component as a necessary component of development of pharmaceutical industry of Russia.
Multicriteria synthesis of combined stochastic robust system by co-regulation thickness, tension and loop strip finishing group broadband hot rolling mill published in

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

Published by National Technical University
Balyuta S.N., Nikitina T.B., Kopilova L.A., Tatarchenko M.O., Khomenko V.V. Developed a method for the multicriteria synthesis of combined stochastic robust system by co-regulation thickness, tension and loop strip finishing group broadband hot rolling mill. It is shown that the developed system allows greater control precision of thickness, tension and loop strip over the existing systems. Figs.: 4. Refs.: 18 titles.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ORODISPERSIBLE TABLET OF CINNARIZINE BY DIRECT COMPRESSION METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A.K.Dhadwe1*, C.P.Rathod1, S.M.Vadvalkar1, N.B.Ghiware1, N.Y.Gond1, G.R. Shendarkar1, P. K. Sahoo2 In the present work, oral dispersible tablets of cinnarizine were prepared by direct compression method with a view to enhance safety and efficacy of drug molecule as well as to achieve better patient compliance. The objective of this study was to develop Orodispersible tablets of Cinnarizine with increased rate of dissolution may leads to increase bioavailability. Indion 414, Polyplasdone XL, Ac-di-sol and Primojel were used as Superdisintegrants on account of their well established production technology by direct compression. Cinnarizine is the most effective drug for management of motion sickness which is selective calcium antagonist, Anti-Allergic Agents and H1 receptor antagonist. Cinnarizine is having short biological half-life (2.5hr), high first-pass metabolism and oral bioavailability (15%) and (96%) S.C.The prepared tablets were evaluated for thickness, uniformity of weight, content uniformity, hardness, tensile strength, porosity, friability, wetting time, water absorption ratio, In-vitro and In-vivo disintegration time within 10 to 16 s and12 to 18 s, respectively and In-vitro drug release, almost 90 percent of drug was released from all formulations within 10 min. Drug content was estimated spectrophotometrically at 254 nm.DSC & IR spectral analysis the pure drug characteristic absorption bands and formulations absorption bands have shown all most same range. It was concluded that superdisintegrants addition technique is a useful method for preparing oral dispersible tablets by direct compression method.
Estimation of Thiosalicylic Acid Using Photochemical Exchange Reaction of Sodium Nitroprusside published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Gautam Kishor Sharma1*, Gayatri Prasad2, T.R. Thapak3, Arpan Bhardwaj1 and D.S. Raghuwanshi1 A novel, rapid, faster and reliable quantitative method has been established for the determination of thiosalicylic acid using sodium nitroprusside as a spectroscopic probe. This method indicates that the sodium nitroprusside can react with the salicylic acid to form a colored product in the light reaction. Sodium nitroprusside is a photolabile complex and it undergoes photochemical ligand exchange reactions rapidly. The absorbance of the product is measured at the maximal absorption wavelength of 395.5 nm, and the amount of thiosalicylic acid can be calculated based on this absorbance by using calibration curve. The good linear relationship of the concentration of thiosalicylic acid versus absorbance is observed with a linear range of 1.48 x 10-4 9.50 x 10-4. The linear regression equation is A = 0.012x + 0.188, with the correlation coefficient of 0.998. The effects of different parameters like pH, change of concentration of sodium nitroprusside, concentration of ligands, light intensity etc. on percentage error were investigated. The efforts were made to minimize the percentage error and some optimum conditions were obtained. The progress of photochemical reaction for sample solution has been observed spectro-photochemically and the product was isolated and characterized. A tentative mechanism for this reaction has been proposed.
An Overview of MANET: Applications, Attacks and Challenges? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. L Raja, Capt. Dr. S Santhosh Baboo? Advancement in the field of internet due to wireless networking technologies gives rise to many new applications. Mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) is one of the most promising fields for research and development of wireless network. As the popularity of mobile device and wireless networks significantly increased over the past years, wireless ad-hoc networks has now become one of the most vibrant and active field of communication and networks. A mobile ad hoc network is an autonomous collection of mobile devices (laptops, smart phones, sensors, etc.) that communicate with each other over wireless links and cooperate in a distributed manner in order to provide the necessary network functionality in the absence of a fixed infrastructure. This type of network, operating as a stand-alone network or with one or multiple points of attachment to cellular networks or the Internet, paves the way for numerous new and exciting applications. This paper provides insight into the potential applications of ad hoc networks, various attacks and discusses the technological challenges that protocol designers and network developers are faced with.
KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS TOWARDS THE SAFE DISPOSAL OF UNUSED MEDICATIONS IN SOUTH INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Swaroop HS*, Ananya Chakraborty and Akash Virupakshaiah Environmental contamination of medications is a serious threat that has attained attention in recent years. The most environmental unfriendly means of disposition of leftover medication are reported to be disposition of drugs into the sink, toilet, or into the dust bin. With this background, the present study was conducted to assess the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) of medical professionals towards the safe disposal of medication. Twenty-eight percent of the participants were aware of the fact that medications excreted by human appear in sewage system and are detectable in the ecosystem. All the participants agreed that the government should make strict policies regarding the drug disposal and 77% agreed that pharmaceutical companies should take back the expired drugs. Also, 65% respondents agreed that they dispose unused medication in the garbage, and 9% disposes unused medication in the toilet or sink. There is a strong requirement for increasing awareness about safe disposition of medications.
Geographic Expansion and Banks’ Risk: Evidence from Jordan
 
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Arab Journal of Administration

Published by Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO)
Dr. Buthiena Kharabsheh
Dr. Demeh Daradkah

 

This study investigates the impact of geographic expansion on banks’ risk and loan quality in Jordan during the period from 2000 to 2014. Geographic expansion is measured by Shannon Entropy whereby the bank’s risk is measured by standard deviation of ROA, standard deviation of ROE and Z-score. We find evidence that the banking industry in Jordan is highly concentrated and that although banks’ risk decreased with geographic expansion, loan quality was not affected. In addition, the results point to an important issue, that banks in Jordan are only impacted positively by geographic diversification, despite being negatively affected by main economic sector diversification, and are not affected by diversification in the broader sector i.e., service sector. These results are robust using alternative concentration measures and different estimation methods. 
Keywords: Geographic Expansion, Banks, Shannon Entropy, Jordan, Risk.
 
SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF MF2 CRYSTALS (M=Cd, Sr, Ba) DOPED WITH RARE EARTH IONS published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
M. Diaf, S. Khiari, K. Labbaci, L. Guerbous, J. P. Jouart In the present work, we are interested by studying the spectroscopic properties for optical applications, mainly laser amplification, of MF2 crystals, where M is an alkaline earth (Ba, Sr) or Cadmium (Cd) doped with rare earth ions (Tb3+, Er3+, Ho3+). So far, we present the absorption and emission properties and also the fluorescence dynamics at room temperature of visible and near infrared transitions of the Er3+ ion doping these matrices. We also use the formalism of Judd-Ofelt by use of absorption spectra recorded at room temperature in order to identify the spectroscopic properties inherent in all radiative transitions which can occur.
THE BASIC DIRECTIONS OF PERFECTION OF THE ECONOMIC MECHANISM OF STIMULATION OF RATIONAL WATER USE IN THE REGION. published in

The Russian Academic Journal

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

Coping Strategies and Quality Of Life among Individuals with Type – 2 Diabetes: Role of Demographic Variables

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Bahria Journal of Professional Psychology

Published by Institute of Professional Psychology

Shazia Yusuf and Dr. Rubina Hanif

Present study was conducted to explore the relationship between coping strategies and quality of life among individuals with Type-2 diabetes, with particular reference to the role of demographic variables. It was hypothesized that there is a significant negative relationship between active distractive and avoidance focused coping with quality of life, whereas there is a significant positive relationship of active focused coping and religious focused coping with quality of life. It was also hypothesized that the duration of illness is also negatively associated with the quality of life and active focused coping strategies. For the current study N=100 individuals with Type -2 diabetes were taken from general medicine department of Pakistan Institute of Medical sciences Islamabad (PIMS). The measures of current study included a Demographic Information Form, The Coping Strategies questionnaire (Kausar & Munir, 2004) and The WHO Quality of Life Questionnaire (Khalid & Kausar, 2008). The results of the current study revealed a significant positive relationship of social functioning and environment with active and religious focused coping and a significant negative relationship with active distraction and avoidance focused coping strategies, while physical functioning had significant weak relationship with active distractions and avoidance focused coping strategies and psychological functioning had a significant positive relationship with active focused coping and a negative relationship with active distraction and avoidance focused coping strategies.  Results of univariate analysis of variance indicated that significant mean differences were found on active focused coping strategies (F = 4.03, p < .01) and environment (F = 3.62, p< .01).  Results have important implication in providing a psychological consultancy to the individuals with type – 2 diabetes.

BIOFERTILIZER OPTIONS IN NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT OF POTATO published in

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S. N. Dash, R. C. Jena High dose of fertilizers raises the cost of cultivation of potato. An experiment was conducted at the Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar during rabi seasons of 2012-13 and 2013-14. Use of biofertilizers was evaluated as an option in nutrient management for studying growth, yield, nutrient uptake and economics of potato cv. KufriChandramukhi. The yield (28.98 t ha-1) and uptake of nutrients (94.4 kg N ha-1 and 17.1 kg P ha-1) of a crop raised from seed tubers soaked in 1% each of urea and NaHCO3 and biofertilizer treatment (Azotobacter+phosphorus solubilizing bacteria) under 75% of recommended NP was significantly higher than that from 100% nutrients from inorganic sources. It also resulted in maximum net return (`55186) and return per rupee investment (2.03) indicating 25% saving of NP over full nutrient application through inorganic sources

A review of Credit card Fraud Detection techniques in e-commerce

published in

Academic Journal of Forensic Science

Published by International Association of Scientists and Researchers

Kaneeka Joshi

With the rise and light growth in e – commerce, the use of credit card for online transactions is also increasing dramatically. Due to this there is a great amount of increase in credit card frauds for which there is a requirement of various detection techniques for determining the fraudulent transactions. Frauds can either be offline or online for regular purchases, credit card is used as a mode of payment. Fraud is considered as the most ethical issue in credit card frauds and it is a million dollar business which is rising every year. Recent advances in techniques based on Data mining, Algorithm system (Genetic algorithm, Artificial Algorithm), Machine learning, Hidden Marokov model are the modern techniques that are introduced for detecting credit card fraudulent transactions. This paper reviews all the fraud detection techniques which have some advantages and disadvantages as well. As according to the study Hidden Markov model and Data mining techniques are considered as the best suitable techniques and may be considered over other techniques successfully. Key Words: Credit card, fraud detection, Data mining, Hidden Markov model, and e –commerce.

PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF DOMESTIC TRADE IN UKRAINE published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Victor APOPII Its necessary to mention that several factors have played an important role in the past 30 years in the expansion of internal and world trade, including emerging trade and development opportunities and challenges for all countries, in particular, developing countries, in the context of the growing integration of economies, national markets, rapid globalization, liberalization of tariffs, and other barriers to trade, foreign direct investment, increasing contribution of trade to development. The given study is disclosing the theoretical and methodological aspects of the impact of globalization processes on the nature of the development and dynamics of domestic trade. The relevance of this problem is determined by the lack of fundamental research in this area. It is determining scientifically the directions and trends of the globalization impact on the system of internal trade.
Preparation and Characterization of Graphene/Poly M-Chloroaniline Conducting Polymer Composites published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ashok Kumar Mishra, Gourisankar Roy In the present research program, we have described the synthesis of Poly metachloroanilinegraphene (PmClAn/RGO) nanocomposites were prepared via in situ bulk polymerization using two different preparation techniques. In the first approach, a mixture of graphite oxide (GO) and Poly (PmClAn)monomers (PmClAn) were polymerized using a bulk polymerization method with a free radical initiator. After the addition of the reducing agent hydrazine hydrate (HH), the product was reduced via microwave irradiation (MWI) to obtain R-(GO-PmClAn) composites. In the second approach, a mixture of graphite sheets (RGO) and PmClAn monomers were polymerized using a bulk polymerization method with a free radical initiator to obtain RGO-(PmClAn) composites. The composites were characterized by FTIR, XRD, SEM and conductivity. The results indicate that the composite obtained using the first approach, which involved MWI, had a better morphology and dispersion with enhanced thermal stability compared with the composites prepared without MWI.
Implementing Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) In Changing Students Behavior: Research Done at Islamic Universities in Aceh published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Salami The students of Islamic Universities have learned many Islamic books and knowledge. They should behave honestly in the examination because Islam teaches them to be honest. However, it is found that there are students, especially from Islamic Teaching Department, who cheat in the exam. Their knowledge about religion does not affect their attitude and behavior. So, the researcher wants to implement some of NLP techniques and models during the final exam to see if cheating activities done by the students reduced. Before they start doing the exam, the researcher built the rapport with them, and then said something by using certain words that affect their subconscious mind or called hypnotic language patterns. If this massage becomes the program in their mind, it will change their behavior in exam. After implementing some of NLP techniques or models, it shows that the frequency of cheating can be reduced drastically.
FILMMUSIC: THE THEORY OF TECHNOLOGIES published in

Mediamusic

Published by Mediamusic, LLC
Chernyshov A. V. The article presents a review of the basic literature on the theory of film music technologies. Basic concepts of sound film music are discussed on the examples of works of Russian (Soviet and post-Soviet) and foreign scholars: Polish, German, French, English, and American. Analyzed the music theory, starting from the works by Sergey Eisenstein and Hanns Eisler to modern researchers such as George Burt and Michel Chion. Author of the article demarcated "functional theories of filmmusic" and "theories of sound layers".
Emerging Technology of Smart Class Teaching in School Education- A Literature Review published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A.S.Sathishkumar, Dr.P.Karthikeyan In the context of global policy, global society and global economy, each and every country is seriously thinking of heightening the degree of quality in system of education. Globalization has permitted technical progress in communication field which enables users to access and exchange information at anytime and from any place in the world. Technology plays a vital role in education. In todays competitive world the child needs the skill sets, which are beyond subject knowledge and require concentration, assimilation power and retention. In this regard the role of smart class is quite important. Smart class is an innovative way of delivering various main key activities of teaching and learning process like knowledge acquisition, knowledge imparting, knowledge creation, and knowledge sharing.
SMART BATTERY CHARGER FOR SOLAR-POWERED LINE FOLLOWER ROBOTIC VEHICLE published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
S.Anusuya, Mrs.M.Thiruveni? Searching energy sources to satisfy the worlds growing demand is one of the foremost challenges for the next coming century. The seasonal movements of earth affects in the radiation intensity on solar systems. The design and construction of an efficient charging system for battery by tracked solar panels. Thus, the implementation of an energy management system applied to line follower robotic vehicle. The main proposals of the project are the implementation of a solar tracking mechanism aimed at increasing power levels in the solar panels. The robotic vehicle battery is charged by the solar panel, optimal charging circuit using the microcontroller and BFO algorithm in programming to increase the efficient for charging battery. To improve the solar tracking accuracy, a mixed solar-tracking system combines BFO (Bacterial Foraging Optimization) with PSO (Particle Swarm Optimization) algorithm is develop. Since the proposed mechanism is capable of tracking maximum light intensity.
ELUCIDATION OF IN VITRO ANTI- INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM BY HRBC MEMBRANE STABILIZATION AND PROTEIN DENATURATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jain Suransh, Dr. Vikram Kumar*, Prof. (Dr.) A.N.Pathak The bark extract of Cinnamomum zelanicum were assessed for In-vitro Anti-Inflammatory activity by HRBC membrane stabilization method and Inhibition of protein denaturation method. The presence of flavanoids has been reported earlier in C.zeylanicum. Since the flavanoids have remarkable anti -inflammatory activity, so the present work aims at evaluating the anti-inflammatory activity of C.zeylanicum. Different concentrations of extract were compared against standard Diclofenac sodium. Maximum stabilization in our study is 68.41 % at 1000 g/ml and maximum inhibition is 78.30% at 1000 g/ml. Therefore, our studies support the use of C.zeylanicum in treating inflammation.
Investment of Pension Accumulation in Objects of State-Private Partnership published in

Sovremenna? ?konomika: problemy, tendencii, perspektivy

Published by Murom Institute of Vladimir State University n.a. A.G. & N.G. Stoletovs
Linev Igor Viktorovich In article the problem of scissors between excess liquidity of pension accumulation, and requirements of financing of projects of state-private partnership, with acceptable level of profitability and risk is investigated. Various options of overcoming of this gap on the basis of foreign and domestic experience are offered.
Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Prevention of Dermatitis Among People Residing in a Selected Industrial Area, Manglore published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Siddeshwar Angadi The fast growing modern industries highly influence the environment and the human community. Varieties of diseases emerge due to industrialization and modernization. Dermatitis is the skins way of reaction to the irritant substance or allergen. The overall aim of the study was to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching program in preventing dermatitis. A pre-experimental approach was used in the study with sample size of thirty from a selected industrial area. A structured knowledge questionnaire was used in determining pretest knowledge scores, followed by an intervention and posttest knowledge was assessed with the same knowledge questionnaire. The data was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics, which revealed, mean pre-test knowledge was 14.93 (51.47%) with SD 2.72 and the mean of post- test knowledge was 29.23 (91.32%) with SD 1.49, this suggests the effectiveness of the PTP in terms of gain in knowledge among people regarding prevention of dermatitis
The Molecular Pathology of Ewings Family of Tumors: Its Relevance to the Diagnosis and Prognosis in the Pediatric Age Group published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Upasana Das, Dr. Asaranti Kar, Dr. Tithi Parija, Dr. N.C.Parija, Dr. Lity Mohanty, Dr. Niranjan Rout, Dr. Jayasree Rath, Dr. Siva Saumendra Sahoo, Background: Ewings sarcoma family of tumours share the common genetic chromosomal translocation. Though the family of tumours vary according to their location one common fusion protein product of the translocation has been detected since last decade which is constantly associated with the Ewings family of tumors. This aberrant expression of the genetic product alters the cell proliferation and differentiation which results in Ewings sarcoma. In todays scenario the detection of this novel genetic specific translocation between chromosome 11 and chromosome 22 is useful in primary diagnosis and prognostic assessment of the patient. Therefore we conducted the present study to assess the patients outcome after the diagnosis and survival. Material & methods: Cases of solid tumors in the pediatric age group were included in the study. After relevant clinical details and radiological investigations, fine needle aspiration cytology smears and histopathology sections were evaluated. Special stains and immunohistochemistry were done in the required fields. Molecular analysis was done in selected cases of Ewings sarcoma. Results: A total number of 161 cases were studied .Out of 21 cases of Ewings sarcoma, RT-PCR study was done in 10 cases to find out the molecular biological details. 90% cases showed presence of fusion gene. The patients were followed-up for a period of 2 years to assess their survival. Conclusion:The diagnostic problem of distinguishing Ewings sarcoma from other small blue round ell tumours is resolved due to RT-PCR. Also presence of EWS and FLI1 can relate to prognoss and therapeutic response.
A STUDY OF RUSKIN BONDS SELECED SHORT STORIES IN THE LIGHT OF ECOCRITICISM published in

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Mr. Dinesh A. Borse Today, the planet Earth is facing the ecological crisis which has been widely accepted by scientists, politicians, environmentalists and academicians around the globe. Information about these challenges has been widespread for several decades now, but very little has been done to address them positively. But as far as literary field is concerned, there is widespread awareness towards ecological concerns through the recent literary theories like Ecocriticism and Ecofeminism. Nature & Literature have always shared a close relationship, as it is evidenced in the works of literature. Literature is well known for reflecting contemporary issues and it is this sense of concern and its refection in literature that has given rise to a new branch of literary theory, namely Ecocriticism. This paper presents an outline of ecocriticism, followed by an Ecocritical study of Ruskin Bonds selected short stories.
Summer Pollen Sources to Apis dorsata honey bees collected from Bramhapuri forest area of Chandrapur District of Maharashtra State (India) published in

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Borkar Laxmikant | Mate Devendra 33 pollen loads recovered directly from the honey combs of Apis dorsata (Rock Bee) collected in May 2013 from Ganeshpur forest area of Bramhapuri Tahsil of Chandrapur District of Maharashtra State, were analysed. Two (6.6%) pollen loads were found to be Uniforal, nine (27.27%) biforal and twenty-two (66.66%) multfloral. The Unifloral pollen loads were contained Terminalia sp. The pollen of Terminalia sp were recovered from 31 (93.93%) of the total pollen loads studied. The study high lights Terminalia sp (combretrceace) do the major pollen source and Mangifera indica (Anacardeaceae),, Blumea sp (Asteraceae), Citrus sp ( Rutaceae) and Delonix regia ( Caesalpineaceae ) as fairly important sources of pollen of the honey bees during the summer period.
Study of Vessel Elements In the stem of Genus Cuphea, Woodfordia, Lawsonia, and Lagerstroemia. [Lythraceae] published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Anil A.Kshirsagar*1 and N.P.Vikos2 The vessel elements in four genera and nine species have been investigated. The vessel elements in the stem of Cuphea, Woodfordia, Lawsonia and Lagerstroemia exhibit variation in their length and breadth in the different species or in the plant of same species. The minimum length of vessel element was recorded in Cuphea ignea (285.6 ?m) and the maximum length of vessel element was recorded in Lagerstroemia microcarpa (714 ?m) while minimum diameter of vessels was recorded in Cuphea ignea (14.2 ?m) and maximum diameter of vessel element was recorded in Lagerstroemia reginae (71.4 ?m) The perforation plates are mostly simple, however in certain taxa both simple and scalariform perforation plates are occurs. The position of perforations are terminal sub-terminal, the tails are recorded in many taxa, and the lateral wall are pitted .The vestured pits are characteristic of family Lythraceae.
SWINE-ORIGIN INFLUENZA A (H1N1) VIRUS: AS PANDEMIC INFECTION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Suresh Rewar* Flu viruses have mainly affected humans, birds and pigs worldwide. Influenza A viruses is highly infectious respiratory pathogens that can infect many species. The swine flu H1N1 reassorted subtype caused the first global pandemic in last 40 years, resulting in substantial illness, hospitalizations of millions of peoples and thousands of deaths throughout the world. There is no direct evidence that the reassortment events culminating in the 1918, 1957 or 1968 pandemic influenza viruses originated from pigs. Genetic reassortment among avian, human and/or swine influenza virus gene segments has occurred in pigs and some novel reassortant swine viruses have been transmitted to humans. The WHO declared the H1N1 pandemic on June 11, 2009, after more than 70 countries reported 30000 cases of H1N1 infection. Pandemic (H1N1) influenza most commonly causes a self-limited illness; however, significant morbidity and mortality were reported in the young, the obese and in pregnant women. The CDC recommends real time PCR as the method of choice for diagnosing H1N1. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the use of Oseltamivir (Tamiflu) or Zanamivir (Relenza) for the treatment. The drugs of choice for treatment and prophylaxis of pandemic (H1N1) influenza are the neuraminidase inhibitors, Oseltamivir and Zanamivir. In this review, a brief overview on swine flu is presented highlighting the characteristics of the causative virus, the disease and its public health consequences, advances made in its diagnosis, vaccine and control to be adapted in the wake of an outbreak.

Expelling Information of Events from Critical Public Space using Social Sensor Big Data

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Samatha P. K | Dr. Mohamed Rafi

Open foundation frameworks give a significant number of the administrations that are basic to the wellbeing, working, and security of society. A considerable lot of these frameworks, in any case, need persistent physical sensor checking to have the option to recognize disappointment occasions or harm that has struck these frameworks. We propose the utilization of social sensor enormous information to recognize these occasions. We center around two primary framework frameworks, transportation and vitality, and use information from Twitter streams to identify harm to spans, expressways, gas lines, and power foundation. Through a three step filtering approach and assignment to geographical cells, we are able to filter out noise in this data to produce relevant geo located tweets identifying failure events. Applying the strategy to real world data, we demonstrate the ability of our approach to utilize social sensor big data to detect damage and failure events in these critical public infrastructures. Samatha P. K | Dr. Mohamed Rafi "Expelling Information of Events from Critical Public Space using Social Sensor Big Data" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25350.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/25350/expelling-information-of-events-from-critical-public-space-using-social-sensor-big-data/samatha-p-k

Analysis and Comparison of Filtering Techniques for Image Restoration published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Manjunath Savadatti Image restoration is an important issue in high-level image processing. Images are often degraded during the data acquisition process. The degradation may involve blurring, information loss due to sampling, quantization effects, and various sources of noise. The purpose of image restoration is to estimate the original image from the degraded data. It is widely used in various fields of applications, such as medical imaging, astronomical imaging, remote sensing,
Increasingly Essential Smarter Physical Access to an Account in Near Future published in

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Ambika Ramchandra A biometric is a physical or biological feature or attribute that can be measured and used as an unique identity authentication. In the last couple of years we have seen an enormous growth in electronically available services, such as banking through ATMs, the internet and voice services (phone). Humans are integrated closer to computers every day, and computers are taking over many services that used to be based on face to face contact between humans. This has prompted an active development in the field of biometric systems which is fast growing technique to stop crimes. Biometric identification and verification systems will be increasingly used in the future.
Abundance of sucking insect pests of Bt cotton and their natural enemies under different intercropping systems published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.R. KADAM*1, D.B. KADAM1 AND S.M. UMATE2 The abundance of sucking pest of Bt cotton was studied under different intercropping systems during Kharif 2013 at VNMKV, Parbhani, Maharashtra. The results revealed that all intercropping systems were superior over sole cotton in respect of sucking pest population. Cotton + greengram and cotton + blackgram were the most effective intercropping systems that recorded lowest incidence of sucking pests followed by cotton + soybean and cotton + sesamum.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF STABILITY INDICATING METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF DOXYLAMINE SUCCINATE AND PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLETS USING RP-UPLC METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Panchal Vipul J*1,2, Dr. Desai Hemant T1,2, Patel Niharika A1, Dave Ashwin G1, Panchal Kalpesh B1 This research manuscript describes simple, sensitive, accurate, precise and repeatable RP- UPLC method for the simultaneous determination of Doxylamine Succinate (DOX) and Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (PYH) Tablets in combine dosage form. The sample was analyzed by reverse phase C18 column (Acquity UPLC BEH 100 2.1 mm ID, 1.7 ?m) with mobile phase. 0.05 M potassium dihydrogen phosphate Buffer: Acetonitrile (70:30 v/v) was use as mobile phase. 0.3 ml/minute was use as flow rate. Quantification was achieved at 260 nm with PDA detector. The retention time of Pyridoxine Hydrochloride and Doxylamine Succinate was found 0.678 and 1.482 minute respectively. The linearity of Pyridoxine Hydrochloride and Doxylamine Succinate was obtained in the concentration range of 40-280 ?g/ml respectively. The developed method was simple, specific, sensitive, rapid, and economic. It can be used for estimation of Doxylamine Succinate (DOX) and Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (PYH) in bulk and their combined dosage form for routine analysis and stability studies.
Efficient Routing from Multiple Sources to Multiple sinks in Wireless Sensor Networks published in

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Mr. M.Vinoth, Ms. N.Radhika The multi hop routing in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) offers little protection against identity deception through replaying routing information. An adversary can exploit this defect to launch various harmful or even devastating attacks against the routing protocols, including sinkhole attacks, wormhole attacks, and Sybil attacks. The situation is further aggravated by mobile and harsh network conditions. Traditional cryptographic techniques or efforts at developing trust-aware routing protocols do not effectively address this severe problem. To secure the WSNs against adversaries misdirecting the multi hop routing, we have designed and implemented TARF, a robust trust-aware routing framework for dynamic WSNs. Without tight time synchronization or known geographic information, TARF provides trustworthy and energy-efficient route. Most importantly, TARF proves effective against those harmful attacks developed out of identity deception; the resilience of TARF is verified through extensive evaluation with both simulation and empirical experiments on large-scale WSNs under various scenarios including mobile and RFshielding network conditions. Further, we have implemented a low-overhead TARF module in Tiny OS; as demonstrated, this implementation can be incorporated into existing routing protocols with the least effort. Based on TARF, we also demonstrated a proof-of-concept mobile target detection application that functions well against an antidetection mechanism.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL STUDIESOF SOME METAL COMPLEXES DERIVED FROM BENZOFURAN SCHIFFS BASE. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. B. Halli*1, K. Mallikarjun 1, S. S. Suryakanth1 and P. Vithal Reddy2 Novel Schiff base and its metal complexes have been synthesized via the condensation of Benzofuran-2-carbohydrazide and 2-hydroxy-3-formylquinoline. The synthesized Schiffs base and complexes were characterized on the basis of elemental analysis, UV-Vis, IR, 1HNMR,ESR and Mass spectral studies. All the complexes are soluble in DMF and DMSO. The measured molar conductance values suggest that the complexes are non-electrolytic in nature. We propose the octahedral geometry for Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) complexes, based on spectral data, magnetic data and analytical data. The Cd(II), Zn(II) and Hg(II)complexes show the tetrahedral geometry. The Schiff base and their metal complexes were screened for their anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and DNA cleavage activity studies. The result show that the biological activity of the ligand gets increased on complexation. DNA cleavage studies shows the complexes have displayed complete cleavage of CT-DNA. In addition the ligand and its complexes has been studied for their antioxidant activity.
DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY AND DIABETIC RETINOPATHY AS MAJOR HEALTH BURDENS IN MODERN ERA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Tapan Behl1, Ishneet Kaur2, Dr. Heena Goel3, Dr. Rajesh K. Pandey4 Diabetes mellitus is a chronic endocrine disorder characterized by abnormally high levels of glucose in the blood a condition called hyperglycemia, which exposes the body to a wide number of other medical complications which adversely affect the body. Among these complications, the ones which are the most detrimental and unwholesome include Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetic Retinopathy.Both of these are referred to as the microvascular impediments bestowed by the repercussions of diabetes mellitus. These two disorders have become a paramount ground of fret owing to the large population of the world suffering from diabetes today. Such complications of diabetes are even more menacing than the disease itself. Large masses being inevitably getting affected by these is a major reason of concern for the health associates worldwide. Therefore, there is an utmost need to comprehend and perceive the causes, risk factors, pathophysiology and outcomes of both these medical conditions so that everyone could be made aware of the devastating effects that such conditions exert on their lives. This would help every individual, who is at risk of developing these, realize the obligation of taking the adequate measures and preventive steps in order to eradicate and grub out these dire disorders which could prove to be extremely catastrophic.
A STUDY OF THE STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF ACADEMIC STRESS DUE TO THEIR PARENTS ABOUT THEIR STUDIES. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
B. P. Singh The present study is concerned with the study of studen ts perception of academic stress due to their parents about their studies. Researcher prepared a self made questionnaire of 35 questions in English medium and it was administered to 200 students selected from Government and private schools including both male and female students. t test was used to find out the significant difference. Product Moment Correlation was used to find out correlation between academic stress and parents expectation . It was concluded that there is high significant relationship be tween Academic stress and parents expectation towards their well being. S imilarly it was found out that there is significant difference between the students perception of academic stress among government and private male and female students.
Survey About Climatic Type of Year and European Black Pine Eustress published in

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Mariyana Lyubenova The present study deals with the relationships of climate types and the periods with low radial stem growth of black pine in 29 locations in Europe. The identification of climatic types (CT) and eustress caused CT, their relative participation in the period of 1901-2009 by locations, the manifestation of main adverse type, led periodically to reduction of tree ring width, as well as the comparison of obtained types by precipitations and the SPI classes were the subjects of investigation. The analyses demonstrated that despite the local differences, the stress impact of dry and wet years, especially if they are accompanied by the cold or hot regimes, is well expressed. The successive changes of climate types at least two years before the eustress year are also relevant. The application of climatic types to study the relationship with trees eustress is more applicable when there are no large deviations in temperatures or precipitations by years and locations. The demonstrated holistic analyses are applicable for the forest areas monitoring and management.
THE RANGE OF NURSERIES OF BLOCKS FOR ORTHOPEDIC FOOTWEAR published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Viktorovna Klyueva; Olga Evgenevna Shelomentseva; Natalia Viacheslavovna Savina In article division of orthopedic footwear depending on degree of expressiveness of deformation of foot is considered. For design of childrens orthopedic footwear different types of blocks are in detail considered, their short characteristic is described, features of blocks considering anthopometrical features of a structure of foot are given. The full scheme displaying elements for transformation of an internal form of childrens blocks is provided.
Nanoparticles in Vaccine Development published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Abbas Hajizade, Firouz Ebrahimi, Ali-Hatef Salmanian, Ayyoob Arpanae, Jafar Amani Vaccination has greatly improved human health. Despite of all improvements in this field, there is not an efficient vaccine for many diseases, and of the available ones, some could not produce a long-term immunity. Recently, there have been many researches on the applicability of nanostructures as an efficient system for vaccine delivery, and the initial results have been promising. Their potential adjuvanticity, capability of the stimulation of both humoral and cellular immunity responses, more stability in environmental conditions, possible targeted vaccine delivery, the need for low quantity of proteins (in the case of subunit vaccines), etc., are of the main reasons that this area has gained many interests. Here, we try to review the main nanostructures that could be act as a delivery vehicle in vaccine delivery
Osteoscopic Assessment of Sexual Dimorphism in Hip Bone published in

ACTA MEDICA INTERNATIONAL

Published by TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY
Alok Kumar Chaudhary1, Sanjeev Kumar Jain2 1Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, SGRRIM&HS, Dehradun, UK, India, 2Professor, Department of Anatomy, Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College & Research Centre, Moradabad, U.P., India Introduction: Th e pelvis is most sexually dimorphic and is the fi rst bone assessed in sex determination because it is the skeletal element most aff ected by reproduction and parturition.1 Th e assessment of the pelvis is made through metric measurements as well as through the visual analysis of non-metric traits; both important aspects of the analysis. Th e best methods for determining sex from adult skeletal remains involve measurement and inspection of the hip bone that presents a number of gender-related anatomical diff erences.2 Most osteologists visually (stereoscopic) evaluate these diff erences and integrate this subjective assessment ofhip bonemorphology into their sex determinations. Th e aim of thepresent study is to visually evaluate sexual diff erences in hip bone and comparing its effi cacy with metric assessment. Methods: Th is study is done on 46 hip bones of adult individuals of known sex from museum of department of anatomy of SGRRIM&HS Dehradun and TMMC&RC Moradabad, India. All these hip bones were visually examined and under mentioned fi ve characters of the hip bone were used, (A) aspects of the preauricular surface, (B) aspects of the greater sciatic notch, (C) the form of the composite arch, (D) the morphology of the inferior pelvis, and (E) ischiopubic proportions. Results: In this study traits of the group (A) were most sexually dimorphic while traits of the group (E) were least sexually dimorphic. Conclusion: Diagnostic accuracy is excellent when the complete hip bone is available. Hip bone features used for sex determination by visual assessment seem to be fairly stable. Keywords: Hip bone, Metric and nonmetric traits
Oral Submucous Fibrosis- a Rare Case Report of Young Patient Having Very Little Interincisal Distance published in

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DR AHTASHAM ANWAR,DR MZ RAHMAN,DR BIMLESHWAR KUMAR Oral submucous fibrosis is a premalignant condition having higher risk of developing cancer of oral cavity if untreated at early stages, and is characterized by stiffening of oral mucous membrane due to changes in connective tissue fibers of lamina propria involving deeper connective tissue. It results in limited mouth opening which may leads to, chewing swallowing, and speech problem. it occurs due to various reasons like chewing tobacco for a long time specially gutkha (pan masala is commonly known as) which contains areca nut, consumption hot and spicy food regularly and various other factors. OSMF is quite common in Indian subcontinent due to various oral habits like chewing tobacco, chewing pan masala etc. Early diagnosis is very important to prevent the lesion to be malignant.
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF METHODS FOR ESTIMATING WEIBULL PARAMETERS FOR WIND SPEED DISTRIBUTION IN THE DISTRICT OF MAROUA published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
D. Kaoga Kidmo, D. Raidandi, S. Yamigno Doka, N. Djongyang In this study, five numerical Weibull distribution methods, namely, the maximum likelihood method, the modified maximum likelihood method (MLM), the energy pattern factor method (EPF), the graphical method (GM), and the empirical method (EM) were explored using hourly synoptic data collected from 1985 to 2013 in the district of Maroua in Cameroon. The performance analysis revealed that the MLM was the most accurate model followed by the EPF and the GM. Furthermore, the comparison between the wind speed standard deviation predicted by the proposed models and the measured data showed that the MLM has a smaller relative error of -3.33% on average compared to -11.67% on average for the EPF and -8.86% on average for the GM. As a result, the MLM was precisely recommended to estimate the scale and shape parameters for an accurate and efficient wind energy potential evaluation.
Studies on dehydration of pineapple using different sugar syrup treatments published in

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A.A. BHOITE,K.B. UNDE,A.K.WALKE, P.R. YEOLAANDN.S. YEWALE The production of pineapple is 1.2 million tonnes (5th largest) in India. The pineapple is delicious, nutritive fruit and has medicinal properties. Being highly perishable pineapple cannot be stored for longer period at ambient condition and only 10 per cent is being processed. There is greater scope and necessity of developing an appropriate technology for drying of pineapple with long shelf-life. The ripe pineapple was treated at 100C for 1 min in boiling water to deactivate the enzyme. The blanched fruits were dipped in sucrose, glucose, fructose and invert sugar syrups at 68 0Brix, for 48hrs for getting desired total soluble solids content. The treated fruits were further dried to 20 per cent moisture in a tray dryer at 6065C. Good quality and acceptable dried pineapples could be prepared by using sucrose syrup treatment at 68 0Brix. Dried pineapples prepared using sucrose syrup and packed in aluminium foil pouch and stored at ambient temperature remained in excellent condition up to 3 months.
On Dengue Prevention Activities of Kmc During 2013 published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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DR. DEBASHIS BISWAS In 2012, an outbreak of dengue occurred in the city of Kolkata, India. To prevent its recurrence in 2013, the Health Department of Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) undertook some unprecedented initiatives and brought down the number of dengue cases from 1852 with 2 deaths in 2012 to 238 with no deaths in 2013. The success came in through the route paved by a young, staid and sturdy political leader Atin Ghosh. Anti-dengue activities carried out by the corporation during 2013 at the behest of Mr Ghosh are reported in this communication. Political leaders around the country may find this story quite inspiring.
A Study on Effects of Inflation on Middle Class People with Special Reference to Tiruppur City published in

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Dr.K.Kumaravel, Dr.S.Kowsalyadevi Inflation is a persistent increase in the general price level of goods and services in an economy over a period of time. The main objective of this study are to identify the effect of inflation in middle class purchasing power in Tirupur city and to identify the changes in life style and standard of living and to know about the awareness about inflation among the middle class people of Tirupur city. For this research convenient sampling technique was selected. Statistical tools like chi square and weighted average method have been used. Thus the study helped to find out the difficulties that people of middle class face with the inflation. People have cut down the familys spending on entertainment. Though it is difficult to maintain a vehicle in middle class family they feel it is necessary and they were spending a valuable amount in that.
Evaluation of Surface And Groundwater Quality For Potability and Irrigation - A Case Study of Ashwaraopally Village, Warangal District, Telangana State published in

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Ch.Kranthi,V. Hema Sailaja,Srinivasa Reddy Manchala,P.Ravi Babu The present study was designed to assess the physico-chemical and biological characteristics of water samples collected from Ashwaraopally village viz., Pangidi Lake, Dharmasagar Reservoir canal and well waters. The physico-chemical and Biological parameters such Colour, pH, Odour, Dissolved Oxygen, Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Calcium, Hardness, Alkalinity, chloride, Nitrate, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and E.coli count were studied. The results obtained showed a fluctuation in this parameters from the Standards (IS 10500; 1994) which gave an idea about the intensity of pollution caused by agricultural activities in the surrounding areas and also the human interference. The study revealed that the lake water was alkaline and other parameters concentrations were also high. Many parameters showed a significant correlation with increased surface and ground water pollution thereby impacting the potability and utilization of those waters.

Software Piracy Protection

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mrs. D. Seema Dev Aksatha | M. Blessing Marshal

Software piracy by users is generally believed to harm both software firms through lower profits and buying customers through higher prices . Thus, it is thought that perfect and cost less technological protection would benefit both firms and consumers. The model developed here suggests that in some circumstances, even with significant piracy, not protecting can be the best policy, both raising firm profits and lowering selling prices. Key to the analysis is joining the presence of a positive network security with the fact that piracy increases the total number of program users. The network security exists because consumers have an incentive to economize on post purchase learning and customization costs.
 
Mrs. D. Seema Dev Aksatha | M. Blessing Marshal "Software Piracy Protection"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21705.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-security/21705/software-piracy-protection/mrs-d-seema-dev-aksatha
DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF FLOATING SUSTAINED RELEASE TABLETS OF VALSARTAN HCl. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Deepika HC *, S.Srilatha Valsartan, a widely prescribed anti-hypertensive drug which is an angiotensin II type 1 receptor antagonist belongs to BCS class I? .It shows absorption window in stomach area. The objective of the study is to develop a sustained release floating tablets of Valsartan to increase the Bioavailability of Valsartan. The present study was aimed to develop antihypertensive floating sustained release tablets of valsartan Angiotensin II receptor antagonist, using synthetic polymers like HPMC K 100 m, K4 m, E15cps, carbomer 940 P, and natural gums like guar gum, Xanthan gum for sustained drug release. The matrix tablets were prepared by direct compression method. All the excipients are tested for compatibility with drug, which revealed that there was no physical and chemical interaction occurred. The Pre formulation parameters such as bulk density, tapped density, compressibility index and Hausners ratio were analyzed. The In-Vitro drug release studied were Performed in the USP dissolution apparatus ((Type-2) using pH 1.2 HCL as dissolution media at 100rpm speed and temperature of 37oC 5oC. The sampling was done at periodic time intervals of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 and 12 hours and was replaced by equal volume of dissolution media after each withdrawal. The cumulative amount of drug release at different intervals is estimated using UV method. Based on the evaluation result the formulations F6 (guar gum and carbomer 50:50) was selected as best formulation among sustained release and shown maximum release of 100.10% drug in 12th hour. Based on mathematical models the formulation F6 fitted into zero order and korsmeyer-peppas plot with 0.974 and 0.993 regression values respectively.
Nutritional quality evaluation of soyaflakes chiwada published in

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N.S. GHATGE AND R.M. KAMBLE Soyaflakes Chiwada was formulated in three different combinations with soyaflakes and riceflakes like 40:50, 50:40 and 40:40, respectively.All these three combinations were evaluated organoleptically. Among these combinations high scored product was selected for the nutritional quality assessment along with its storage stability. Due to attractive colour, flavour, taste appearance and over all acceptability of soyaflakes chiwada prepared with combination III i.e. rice flakes 40 g.and soyaflakes40g. scored highest. The nutritional qualities like moisture (4.1 per cent), ash (2.4 per cent), crude fiber (0.8 per cent), crude protein (21.4 per cent), iron(5.3 mg), calcium (74.0mg), zinc (2.7mg), carotene (235. ug) and B complex vitamins like B1 (0.2mg),B2 (0.1mg)and B3 (2.01mg) were found in soyaflakes chiwada. No significant changes were observed in nutritional qualities of soyaflakes chiwada when it was stored in tetra package for 1 to 2 months.
Effect of Dimension & Material Composition on Transmission Coefficient and Tunneling Current of Double Quantum Barrier Structure with Band Nonparabolicity published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
Arpan Deyasi and Gourab Kumar Ghosh Transmission coefficient, eigen states and tunneling current density of a potentially symmetric quantum double barrier structure has been numerically computed using transfer matrix technique for qualitative analysis of resonant tunneling probability when realistic band structure of higher band gap material is taken into account. GaAs/AlxGa1-xAs material composition is taken as an example for calculation, and thickness of the barrier and well regions are varied along with material compositions of AlxGa1-xAs to study the effect on electrical parameters; and also to observe the existence of quasi-bound states. Effective mass mismatch at junctions is considered following envelope function approximation, and conduction band discontinuity is taken into account for computational purpose. Under low biasing condition, negative differential regions (NDR) can be obtained which speaks in favor of tunneling current.
FORMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF SALBUTAMOL SULPHATE ENCLOSED IN ALGINATE MICROBEADS PREPARED BY IONOTROPIC GELATION METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Indhumathi D*, Mohan Varma, Nagirey R.C.Reddy, Pydimarry. Nikhil, Pranuthi Anandaraj Oral route is the most convenient and common mode of administration of controlled release system. Microbeads is at present most common and rapidly expanding technology for controlled drug delivery system. Salbutamol sulphate is a beta2-adrenergic, anti-asthmatic drug used as bronchodilator in the treatment of bronchial asthma. The major drawback is its shorter biological half life of 4.5 hrs and needs frequent dosing of 2-3 times daily, causing patient non-compliance. To overcome this drawback, an attempt has been made to develop an oral sustained release dosage form of salbutamol sulphate microbeads. It is prepared by ionotropic gelation method, enclosed in sodium alginate as the hydrophilic carrier in combination with pectin and guar gum as coated polymers to modify the drug release. The results shows Salbutamol sulphate release from microbeads formulated with sodium alginate and guar gum (0.5 &1%w/v) coating polymers F8 showed a satisfactory sustained release profile compared to all the formulations. F8 containing all the polymers such as sodium alginate, guar gum and pectin shows a very good extended dissolution profile of 89.76% at 9th hour.

Design and Analysis of Electric Bike

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

B. Praveen Kumar | B. Sushma | Amith.G | Ch. Akhileshwar Reddy | L. Vishal Patel

The goal of the project is to design an electric bike which is suitable for use as a daily commuter. The electric bike is powered by a 2 KW BLDC 48Volts motor with peak rotational speed of 3000 RPM. The rear wheel of the bike is chain driven. By considering factors like power density, weight and cost, Lithium ion batteries of type LiFePO4 Lithium iron phosphate are best suited for electric bike. The position of driver is very crucial as it affects center of gravity, weight distribution and ergonomics of the driver. The sub components of an electric bike are as follows chassis, prime power, propulsion, displays and controls. The modelling software used to develop the frame is Solid works and using solid works various FEA are carried out. The frame structure should be optimized for having a strong and light weight structure by considering load paths, bending moments and stress concentration. B. Praveen Kumar | B. Sushma | Amith.G | Ch. Akhileshwar Reddy | L. Vishal Patel "Design and Analysis of Electric Bike" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23310.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/23310/design-and-analysis-of-electric-bike/b-praveen-kumar
Study the Spirulina as a Potential Antidiabatic published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Priti Kumari1, Shaheda Khanam1, Manish Chandra Varma2, Pritam Kumar3, Reena Chouhan3 and Asutosh Kumar Pandey*3 In the sub-acute study, repeated administration (once a day for 28 days) of the SPIRULINA. Acts significantly (P < 0.001) reduction in the blood glucose level as compared with control group. Maximum reduction in blood glucose level was observed (233.616.539, 174.321.215 and 85.653.881 mg/dl respectively) on 35th day in the diabetic mice treated with SPIRULINA (100, 200 and 400 mg/kg). Body weight of control treated (30.640.366, 30.680.358, 29.990.272, 29.720.29, and 29.410.306 and 29.190.324 gram respectively) and SPIRULINA treated (100,200 and 400 mg/kg) diabetic mice weight increased during study period
CURRENT GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: CAUSES AND MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES published in

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G. C. PANDEY, PRADEEP KUMAR SHARMA, V. K. UPADHYAY AND SANDEEP KUMAR The Global Environmental Issues' is a phrase that refers to the effect on the climate of human actions, in particular the on fire of fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas) and large-scale deforestation, which cause emissions to the atmosphere of large amounts of 'greenhouse gases' (CO2, CH4, N2O), of which the most important is CO2. Such gases take up infrared radiation emitted by the Earth's surface and act as blankets over the surface keeping it warmer than it would otherwise be. Connected with this warming are changes of climate. The basic science of the 'greenhouse effect' that leads to the warming is well implicit. Two major causes were reported against the environment and they were global warming and energy crisis. Many of the likely characteristics of the resulting changes in climate (such as more frequent heat waves, increases in rainfall, increase in frequency and intensity of many extreme climate events) can be identified. Substantial uncertainties remain in knowledge of some of the feedbacks within the climate system (that affect the overall magnitude of change) and in much of the detail of likely regional change. Because of its negative impacts on human communities (including for instance substantial sea-level rise) and on ecosystems, global warming is the most important environmental problem the world faces. Adaptation to the inevitable impacts and mitigation to reduce their magnitude are both necessary. International action is being taken by the world's scientific and political communities. Because of the need for urgent action, the greatest challenge is to move rapidly to much increased energy efficiency and to non-fossil-fuel energy sources. The green house gases are the harmful gases that results in the increasing surface temperature of the earth and thus resulting in the global warming. Out of these three gases, the methane is the most powerful whereas the CO2 is maximum emitted by the human activities.
A Simplified Review on Fast HSV Image Color and Texture Detection and Image Conversion Algorithm published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Monika Deswal, Neetu Sharma? In order to identify the perceived qualities of texture and color in a building mathematical models for object a optimized and efficient algorithm A Fast HSV Image Color and Texture Detection Algorithm based on color intensity using Artificial Intelligence and fuzzy Logic is presented in this paper. We will be using color intensity method over conventional method. The Fast HSV Image Color and Texture Detection Algorithm focuses to integrate the detection of image color with detection of texture using AI and Fuzzy logic. Color detection has been among the widest research area in the field of computer science. In computer vision, there are several pre-existing color models for describing the specification of the colors such as RGB, CMY and HSV. This paper presents detection of color using HSV-based (hue, saturation, value) color model since it greatly decreases the size of color and grey-scale information of an image .This paper can be treated as a reference for getting in depth knowledge of the Color detection and texture detection.
Effect of integrated nutrient management and planting geometry on growth and yield of aerobic rice published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. RAJESH KARTHI, Dr. S. KRISHNAKANTHAN Fitness is the key to enjoy our life. Exercise is an important key for a total fitness, regular exercise is necessary to develop and maintain an optimal health. To achieve this purpose 15 Basketball, 15 fooball and 15 Hockey players from Sri Subramaniya swamy Govt.Arts College, Thiruttani, Tamilnadu how were participated in intramural and extramural tournaments The subjects age ranged between 18 to 24 years. The selected criterion variables are speed and cardio respiratory endurance. The physical variables speed assessed with 50 m dash and cardio respiratory endurance assessed with 12 min run/walk test. The collected data were treated with one way (ANOVA). If obtained F ratio is significant Scheffes post hoc test was will be used. Level of significant was fixed at 0.05. The result shows that basketball players were better speed comparing than the hockey and Football players. Cardio respiratory endurance was better football players comparing than the basketball and hockey players
Study on acoustical paramters in binary liquid mixture containing aniline and anisole at diffrent tempratures published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sreedevi Y1, Srinivasu Ch1, Fakruddin Sk2*and Narendra K2 Density (r),Ultrasonic velocity (u), and viscosity (h) values have been measured in the binary liquid mixtures containing aniline and anisoleat different temperatures over the entire range of composition This data have been used to determine the ultrasonic parameters such as adiabatic compressibility (b), free length (Lf), free volume (Vf) and internal pressure (p). The results obtained here are used to explain the molecular interaction between the components of the mixture.
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International Journal of law, Humanities & Social Science

Published by Savant Law Ltd.
Current concepts in blood glucose monitoring published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Pranay Gandhi, Lokesh Kc, Swetha C Blood glucose monitoring has evolved over the last century. The concept of adequate glycemic control and minimum glycemic variability requires an ideal, accurate and reliable glucose monitoring system. The search for an ideal blood glucose monitoring system still continues. This review explains the various blood glucose monitoring systems with special focus on the monitoring systems like self- monitored blood glucose (SMBG) and continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS). It also focuses on the newer concepts of blood glucose monitoring and their incorporation in routine clinical management of diabetes mellitus.
ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vijaya Barge*, Pranali Yendhe, Kavita Kodre, Sneha Attarde, Ravindra Patil An electron microscope is an instrument, which utilizes short wavelength of electrons as a source of illumination for observing objects at a greater magnification. The major significance of an electron microscope is that it has the highest resolution and magnification. Max Knoll and Ernest Ruska in 1931, developed the first electron microscope. The electron microscope works on the principle similar to that of a light microscope. An electromagnetic field and a beam of electrons act in a way similar to the action of a glass lens and a beam of light. Electron microscope is classified into two types- 1. Scanning electron microscope and 2. Transmission electron microscope. The detail information about above two types covered in the review.
Comparision of Antenatal Complications in Adults and Adolescents Pregnant Women on the Basis of Health Determinants published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Shabina khan Objectives To evaluate the comparison between adolescent and adult health determinants and antenatal complications. Methods A comparative study was conducted from May 2010 to April 2011, involving 90 patients between15-30 years who were compared for antenatal complications. Results The mean age of adolescents was 18.67 years and the adult was 27.27 years. Low educational attainment was 36(80%) in adolescent group compared to 26(57.8%) in adult group. Early marriage was consistently identified as risk factor for adolescent pregnancy. Conclusion Pregnant adolescent girls had more antenatal complications than those of a pregnant adult.
Social Implications of Nanotechnology: A Review published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
R. P. Singh ABSTRACT: Nanotechnology has captured the imaginations of Scientists, Engineers and Economists not only because of the explosion of discoveries at nanoscale, but also because of the potential societal implications. Nanotechnology promises to be a dominant force in our society in coming decades in roads. Today, nanotechnology is still in its infancy and only rudimentary nanostructures can be created with some control. The science of atoms and simple molecules, a one end, and the science of matter from microstructures to larger scale, on the other, is generally established. The remaining size related challenge is at the nanoscale roughly between 1and 100 molecules diameters where the fundamental properties of materials are determined and can be engineered. A revolution has been occurring in science and technology, based on the recently developed ability to measure, manipulate and organize matter on this scale. Recently discovered organized structures of matter (such as Carbon Nanotubes, molecular motors, DNA-based assemblies, quantum dots and molecular switches) and new phenomenous are scientific breakthrough that merely hints at possible future developments. However formidable challenges remain in fundamental understanding of the systems on this scale before the potential of nanotechnology can be realized. Keywords: Nanotechnologists, diffusion, nanofabrication techniques and nanoscientists.
A Resource Based Perspective: Impact of IT Capabilities on Superior Performance Considering the Role of Information Intensity
 
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Arab Journal of Administration

Published by Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO)
Dr. Anwar Yahia Shams Eldin
 
A company’s resources and capabilities are considered as a sources of superior performance. However, most literature has not clearly linked IT capabilities to superior performance. This paper, therefore, uses the RBV (resource based view) to explore the relationship between company’s IT capabilities and superior performance in Sudanese banking and insurance sectors, through comprehensive model of IT capabilities, which is narrowing define IT capabilities. Moreover, discussing the impacts of an internal factor the information intensity in this relation. Based on a questionnaire collected from IT employees and middle managers the findings of this study indicates that information intensity can be considered as predictor’s factors in the relationship between IT capabilities and superior performance. Moreover, the results show that the different dimensions of IT capabilities have different effects on superior performance. Additionally, the results show how IT capabilities affects the competitiveness of Sudanese’s banking and insurance sectors, and explore the source of advantage. Thus, provided RBV with certain limits, which  required for a good theory. 
Keywords: IT Capabilities, Superior Performance, Information Intensity, RBV. 
 
A Review on Biologically Active Constituents from Grape Pomace published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
J. S. Kothawade, A. S. Dhake and N. V. Shinde Pomace is the solid remains of grapes, olives, or other fruit after pressing juice or oil. Pomace contains various chemical constituents like Rutin, Resveratrol, Catechin, Epicatechin, Gallic acid, Quercetin, Kaempferol, Tartaric acid, Chlorogenic acid, Anthocyanins. These constituents are shown to possess anti-inflammatory activity, anti-carcinogenic, anti-mutagenic, antioxidant and antibacterial activity. The total Phenolic content, the total flavonol content and total anthocyanins content investigated by RP-HPLC, ESI-MS of grape pomace obtained from vinification of grape varieties (mainly Vitis vinifera) widely produced in various countries was investigated with a view to their exploitation as a potential source of natural antioxidant and antimicrobial activity. This review encompasses biological activity possessed by various chemical constituents who is isolate or derives from grape pomace and their applications.
Antitumor Effect of Phyllanthusniruri on Irradiated Breast Cancer Tissue in Rat Through Activation of IFN? and CD95 published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Bambang Soeprijanto, Juliati Hood Assegaf This study aims to investigate whether the aqueous extract of Phylanthus niruri administered orally contribute to the antitumor effect on irradiated breast cancer in rats.interferron gamma and cluster of differentiation 95 (CD95)had benn knownto have an antitumor effect.An experimental study was carried out in rat with breast cancer induced by the 7.12-Dimethylbenz (a) anthracene (DMBA) and then irradiated (6Gy). The research sample were divided randomly in 3 groups (pretest, treatment and control). Each group had 10 rats. The treatment group was given the plant extract orally (250 mg/kg. b. wt). A significant increase in the number of cells expressing IFN?(p<0.05) and a significant increase in the number of cancer cells expressing CD95 (p<0.05) in the treatment group were observed. The result indicated that oral administration of Phyllanthus niruri extract increased the antitumor effect on Irradiated breast cancer in rats through activation of IFN? and CD95.

Study on Characterization of Various Biofilms Prepared by Starch Isolated from Maranta Arundinacea L.

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Aye Mon Thida Nyo | Arnt Win | Baby San Chit Su | Mar Pi Myint | Phyu Phyu Khaing

In the present study, the rhizome of Maranta arundinacea L., Arrowroot, was selected for a rich source of starch for the preparation of biofilm. Firstly, some physicochemical properties of the selected sample were determined by AOAC method. Furthermore, the elemental analysis of the selected sample was carried out by Energy Dispersive X ray Fluorescence EDXRF spectroscopy. Moreover, antimicrobial activities of various solvent extracts were examined by Agar well diffusion method on six tested organisms. And then, the qualitative determination of starch tests such as Iodine test and Tannic acid test were done. In addition, starch from Arrowroot powder was isolated and confirmed by FT IR spectrum. Finally, starch biofilms were prepared by using isolated starch and various ratios of plasticizers PVA, PEG, and Sorbitol. The characterizations of seven kinds of prepared biofilms were measured. Aye Mon Thida Nyo | Arnt Win | Baby San Chit Su | Mar Pi Myint | Phyu Phyu Khaing "Study on Characterization of Various Biofilms Prepared by Starch Isolated from Maranta Arundinacea L." Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26588.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/other/26588/study-on-characterization-of-various-biofilms-prepared-by-starch-isolated-from-maranta-arundinacea-l/aye-mon-thida-nyo

Nutritional status of children among the families of women agricultural labourers published in

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DIBYAPRAVA PRADHANAND BISWANATH SADANGI A study was conducted on 160 agricultural labourer households of Odisha having at least one child in the age group of 1-5 years. The nutritional status of children aged 1-5 years was evaluated and was classified into different grades of malnutrition based on weight for age, height for age and weight for height. From the study, it was revealed that the mean weight and height of both male and female children of all groups was much less than the NCHS. It was also found that 77.5 per cent, 78.13 per cent and 71.25 per cent were malnourished on the basis of weight for age, height-for-age and weight-for-height, respectively with highest percentage in the age group of 4-5 years. Majority of the malnourished children belonged to Grade II group. Only 15.63 per cent were totally normal basing on all three parameters i.e. weight/age, height/age and weight/ height. Majority 68.13 per cent among malnourished children were in the present and past underfed group (low wt/age, low ht/ age and low wt/ ht).
Capgras Syndrome : A Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Harshal Sathe, Sagar Karia, Avinash De Sousa, Nilesh Shah Delusional disorders are of various types like erotomanic, grandiose, jealous, persecutory, somatic and unspecified types. The delusional misidentification syndromes (DSM) are characterized by misidentification delusions of others or of the self. They may occur in various psychiatric disorders like schizophrenia, dementia and various organic disorders. Here we present a case of 45 year female having Capgras Syndrome.
Biology of tobacco caterpillar (Spodoptera litura Fab.) on different host plants published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ANJALI YADAV, MANOJ KUMAR AND A.K.S. CHAUHAN The biology of tobacco caterpillar (Spodoptera litura Fab.) was studied on ten different hosts. On the basis of larval period, larval weight, pupal period, pupal weight, survival per cent, sex ratio, oviposition period, incubation period, fecundity, growth and development index values, the cauliflower host was found as the most preferred host (growth index 8.79, development index 3.22, per cent survival 74.66, larval period 11.00 day, pupal period 10.25 and pupal weight 377.00 Mg) followed by cabbage growth index 5.84, development index 2.6 and survival per cent 71.33. Pea, spinach, tobacco were found least preferred hosts and had retarding effects on the growth and development of tobacco caterpillar (Spodoptera litura Fab.) resulting in a prolonged larval period, least survival per cent, minimum larval and pupal weight and growth and development indices.
Efficacy of Metarhizium anisopliae, Beauveria bassiana and neem oil against tomato fruit borer, Helicoverpa armigera under field condition published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M. PHUKON1, I. SARMA1, R. BORGOHAIN1, B. SARMA2 AND J. GOSWAMI3 A field study was conducted at farmers field of Jorhat, Assam during 2010-11 to evaluate the efficacy of three commercial biopesticides, two based on insect pathogenic fungi viz., Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae and one botanical-Neem oil in comparison with chemical-cypermethrin against the tomato fruit borer (Helicoverpa armigera). The study revealed the reduction in fruit damage was upto 92.20 per cent in cypermethrin treated plot followed by 91.12 per cent, 88.74 per cent and 87.01 per cent in the plots treated with Neem oil, B. Bassiana and M. Anisopliae, respectively due to H. armigera larvae over control. The study showed that neem oil was nearly as effective as cypermethrin in reducing fruit damage leading to increased yield. The highest increase in yield over control was noticed in cypermethrin treated plots (62.85%) followed by neem oil treated plots (41.83%).The entomopathogenic fungi- Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae could be effectively used as pest management option in production of organic tomato to reduce the pest population below economic threshold level and increased yield.
EVALUATION OF NUMBER OF RENAL ARTERIES IN LIVE RELATED RENAL DONORS BY CT ANGIOGRAPHY AND CONVENTIONAL ANGIOGRAPHY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Amjad Sattar, Shabbir Naeem, Ahsan Ali, Mustafa Akhtar, Adeeb Rizvi & Anwar Naqvi Renal transplantation represents the best available replacement treatment for patients with end stage renal disease patients than performing dialysis, and living donor transplantation has been shown to offer better graft survival than cadaver donor renal transplantation. It was demonstrated that kidneys from living, unrelated donors succeed as well as kidneys obtained from brothers and sisters who share half of the tissue matching antigens with kidney recipients. The study was carried out at department of Angiography, Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) from January 2009 to September 2011. A total of 30 patients were included in the study. Informed consent was taken from all patients. Result demonstrates a total of 115 renal arteries in 60 kidneys of donors were depicted at CT angiography (CTA). Only 57 of kidneys showed more than one or multiple arteries, 52 of these had two renal arteries, and 6 had three renal arteries.

Structural and Vibration Analysis of a Machine Shaft using Finite Element Analysis

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Syed Minal Hussian Jafri | Prof Amit Kaimkuriya

The present study is a simulation of a machine shaft. The study will be done on FEM simulation software called Ansys 14.5, where a modal would be developed which will undergo a process of meshing. Meshing will divide the modal in extremely small units without changing the shape of actual geometry which will help the software to study the change at every small unit of the model. Then the of the modal would be defined in terms of inlet and outlet thereafter the boundary condition and design equation would be applied to get the desired result. Syed Minal Hussian Jafri | Prof Amit Kaimkuriya "Structural and Vibration Analysis of a Machine Shaft using Finite Element Analysis" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23844.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/23844/structural-and-vibration-analysis-of-a-machine-shaft-using-finite-element-analysis/syed-minal-hussian-jafri
Gender Preference in the Selection for Entry Level Engineers at Electric Companies in Batangas Province published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
John Kenneth P. Aala, Gary G. Atienza, Evans Jommelle Angelo Chongco, Gilbert D. Mendoza, Mark Harold B. Poquiz, Engr. Angelita M. Pagcaliwagan This study determined the Gender Preference in the Selection for Entry Level Engineers at Electric Companies in Batangas Province in terms of communication, technical and management skills and to identify the common problems experienced by the respondents in hiring male and female engineers and analyze if there is a significant difference in terms of gender preference and common problems. This study used a descriptive method of research wherein the quantitative data were gathered using a survey questionnaire. Results showed that there is no significant difference in the preference of the electric companies in selecting the entry level engineers between male and female applicants in terms of communication skills and management skills. However, there is a significant difference in the preference of the electric companies in selecting the entry level engineers in terms of technical skills This implies that the companies prefer most male applicants when it comes to technical skills. There is no significant difference in the problems encountered by the employers or human resource managers in terms of family matters, health and personal concerns. This signifies that the employers can experience almost the same level of problems between male and female employees. Female engineers have to take extra training in order to enhance their technical skills such as training in doing and making schematic and block diagram, training in facility planning and design and on electronics and electrical applications for them to be competent and do what male engineers can do. For male engineers it is also recommended to continue their trainings and learnings so that they will be more competitive to their job. Both male and female engineers have an opportunity to work in electric companies in Batangas Province.

An Investigation of the Impact of Social Capital for the Entrepreneurial Intentions

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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R H G W P K Henegedara | D G M P M Gamage

It is reported that individuals have less willingness to start their own business. Lack of entrepreneurial intentions impact adversely for the economic development of the country as entrepreneurship is a major source of employment generation and economic development. Thus, scholars emphasize on investigating the factors stimulating the interest of undergraduates to become an entrepreneur. Among the factors, social capital of individuals plays a vital role. On the above backdrop, present study was undertaken to understand the impact of social capital affecting the entrepreneurial intentions of the undergraduates involved in Business Administration and Entrepreneurship courses in Sri Lankan Universities. Findings of the study suggests that the number of social ties, trustworthy relationships and the social norms shared among the undergraduates within their community affect their willingness to start a new business. Thus, the study provides significant insights for the university administrators highlighting importance of facilitating a platform for the undergraduates to network with the fellow undergraduates. R H G W P K Henegedara | D G M P M Gamage "An Investigation of the Impact of Social Capital for the Entrepreneurial Intentions" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25227.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-administration/25227/an-investigation-of-the-impact-of-social-capital-for-the-entrepreneurial-intentions/r-h-g-w-p-k-henegedara

Exploring rural markets: Be innovative published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Santosh Singh Bais Management Guru MR.C.K Pralhads thought fortune lies at the bottom of the pyramid is very true when it comes to exploring the rural markets. The FMCG sector in India is the fourth largest in the economy, with a market size of over Rs 110,000 crore (around $22 billion) and is estimated to grow to over Rs 185,000 crore (around $37 billion) by 2014. None of the FMCG companies present in India would like to miss this opportunity. Rural markets offer immense growth opportunities like untapped market, large population, first mover advantage, huge scope for penetration etc, at the same time these markets poses some challenges also. Rural markets are an important and growing market.
A SCALABLE AND SECURE SHARING OF PHR IN CLOUD COMPUTING published in

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Mr.K.Sriram, Ms.N.Radhika Personal health record (PHR) is an emerging patient-centric model of health information exchange, which is often outsourced to be stored at a third party, such as cloud providers. However, there have been wide privacy concerns as personal health information could be exposed to those third party servers and to unauthorized parties. To assure the patients control over access to their own PHRs, it is a promising method to encrypt the PHRs before outsourcing. Yet, issues such as risks of privacy exposure, scalability in key management, flexible access and efficient user revocation, have remained the most important challenges toward achieving fine-grained, cryptographically enforced data access control. In this project, we propose a novel patient-centric framework and a suite of mechanisms for data access control to PHRs stored in semi-trusted servers. To achieve fine-grained and scalable data access control for PHRs, we leverage Transposition Ciphers (TPC) technique to encrypt each patients PHR file. Hence it provides more secured and flexible cloud environment for the maintenance of personal health records.
Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Patient with Oligodontia: A Case Report published in

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

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Prasad. E. R, Sunojkumar P The family Lamiaceae is well known for floral peculiarities and pollination syndromes. Here we are describing about another floral syndromes of Lamiaceae. The Clerodendron Paniculatum is commonly known as pagoda lilly. The plant is well known for its beautiful flower and it is also used for many medicative purposes. Detailed studies were carried out on the flowering phenology and pollination studies. The flowering phenology observed as June- October. The sunbird Nectariania zeylonica one of the regular visitor of the plant and flower produce nectar for visitors. The long narrow tubed corolla highly suited for narrow beaked sunbird. The correlation between beak length (17-18mm) and corolla tube (18-19mm) is pointed out here. The potential pollinator was identified as sunbird N. zeylonica. The interesting feature of our study is that, absence of bee visitation. In the breeding analysis shows that plant is a fully cross pollinated species. The self pollination ( Autogamy) was carried out around 20 flowers and self pollination resulted in 0% fruit set. Open pollination in natural conditions resulted in 73% fruit set. Flower bud bagged by removing stamens and stigma resulted no fruit set (Apomixis). Manual pollinations using pollen from other flowers of the same plant resulted in 60% fruit set. Manual cross pollinations using pollen from flowers of different plant resulted in 65% fruit set.
PHYTOCHEMICAL AND IN-VITRO THROMBOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF PERGULARIA DEAMIA (FORSK.) STEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Sakthipriya, R.Vidhya* The aim of the study was to determine the phytochemical constituents of Pergularia deamia (stem). Bioactive compounds are alkaloids, carbohydrate, glycosides, protein, cardiac glycosides, quinone, phenol, terpenoids, and steroids contains in all extracts of stem of P. deamia. In vitro thrombolytic model was used to evaluate the clot lysis effect of different extracts of P. deamia, along with aspirin as a positive control and distilled water as a negative control. An in vitro thrombolytic model of aqueous, methanol and hexane extracts have showed higher thrombolytic activity 59.504.02%, 61.115.00% and 62.225.21% against clot. Whereas the positive control aspirin exhibited 67.765.42%. The maximum thrombolytic activity was observed in hexane extracts of P. deamia. In future, to isolated the particular phytocompound to proceed new novel drug for against thrombus.
Existance of Stresses in Sugar Industry Units in Different Stages of the Process published in

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Dr. S.A.NAYAKAWADI In number of occupation the workers are exposed to various health hazards and environmental stress factors arising due to the work place environment as well as lack of welfare facilities. Workplace assessment of many sugar factories indicated poor sanitary provisions, lack of personal safety equipment poor ventilation and total lack of welfare facilities. The health hazards resulting from sugar industry may occur due to high concentration of dust ,excessive heat, high intensity noise, vibration inadequate illumination, inadequate space,non-ergonomically designed work place, shift work, night shift etc. The workers can sustain stress and fatigue work sincerely, effectively and safely within their physiological limits. If adequate attention is paid, regarding provision of satisfactory working conditions, there will increase in production and workers will be in healthy and confortable condition. In present investigation various stress factors occurring in different processing units or sections of sugar industry have been accessed. It is found that although human factor is very important factor which plays important role in productivity it is often being neglected.
Hypoglycaemic and hypolipidemic efficacy of barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacea Link) based health food published in

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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
Estudo sobre a utilizao de portos secos no Brasil e uma proposta de implementao desses no Estado de Mato Grosso do Sul published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Sivanilza Teixeira Machado, Rodrigo Couto Santos, Joo Gilberto Mendes dos Reis, Rone Vieira Oliveira, Lucas Rodrigues Deliberador & Marly Cavalcanti The bureaucracy of customs system in Brazil and the logistics are the main obstacles in the competitiveness of Brazilian exports. Long queues at ports and delays in goods shipment cause wastes of millions of Reais every year to the country. This way, Dry Ports are an option to reduce time in this process. The concept consists in make the documental analysis before the loads reach the ports, facilitating the flow of production. This article analyzes the Brazilian Dry Ports and presents a study for the establishment these in Mato Grosso do Sul state. This is one of the most important states in Brazilian agribusiness and is located more than a thousand kilometers from the main ports of the country, what makes your logistics to be expensive. The creation of Dry Ports in the state would make agile the process of unloading in ports, making your vehicle fleet quickly return to the state and thus reduce the costs of the logistics process. Keywords: Logistics; Dry Ports; Mato Grosso do Sul State.
Intelligent System for Brain Diseases Diagnosis Using Neural Network and Bayesian Methods? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Amir Y Mahdi, Shaker k Ali, Rabia R Mkamis? Brain disease represents a general term that represents a broad range of brain disorders. It can occur in all age groups, but becomes more common in old age. Medical diagnosis is an important but complicated task that should be performed accurately and efficiently and its automation would be very useful in this domain (medical domain).In this paper we will designed an expert system model to detect and diagnose degenerative brain disease. The disease is determined by using artificial neural network and Bayesian theory. It is the most commonly used techniques for developing expert systems, where the system receive the information of patient and given these the information to ANN which doing the compression between these information with constant values of humans body that stored in network, in the case the similarity values because of symptoms among the more than disease, the disease is specifically by law of Bayesian. Moreover, the system can recommend treatments for the diseases in its specialism. These treatments are suggested based on many conditions and constraints related to the patient and the diagnosed disease as well as it can be used to assist the doctors and less cost.
Career Anchor Preferences of ITES Professionals in Todays Scenario- Study in Bangalore published in

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Mrs Mamatha J, Dr. A Satya Nandini Career Anchor is one of the new concepts under Career Development and identification of the same is essential for an individual as well as an organization. Every employee has their own career interests and desires to work with certain companies and since all of individuals do not possess a clear idea about their career anchors, there is certainly a need to identify them .Through well planned, positive attitude, an individual can shape his/ her career. This study attempts to identify the career anchors of ITES employees and classify them under eight dimensions. These eight dimensions are Technical/ Functional Competence, Managerial Competence, Security and Stability, Entrepreneurial Creativity, Autonomy /Independence, Service /Dedication to a cause, Pure Challenge, Life Style. Totally 300 professionals working with 26 different ITES companies located in Bangalore took part in the survey. The findings revealed that employees of ITES companies in Bangalore gave prominence service/ dedication, security followed by lifestyle.
Multi-Robot Co-ordination For Box-Pushing using Embedded Controller? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ketaki.P.Dahale, Vijay.D.Chaudhari, Kantilal.P.Rane? Multi-Robot coordination for task allocation has been widely studied topic in the literature. A robot team can accomplish a given task more quickly than a single robot can by dividing the task into sub-tasks and executing them concurrently in application domains where the tasks can be decomposed. It leads to effective coverage of a large area. The principle of territoriality in homogeneous agent groups is a physical division of space and all associated recourses in order to minimize interference and maximize synergy. Each robot is assigned a working area and robots operate only in work space allocated to them in order to reduce interference between them. Dynamic task allocation allows robots to change their behavior in response to environmental changes in order to improve overall task performance. From the studies related on division of labor mechanism in the insect society it can be found that an individual engages in task performance if environment exceed their intrinsic thresholds. The advantage of centralized approach is that they can produce globally optimal plans. In our work, we exploit some of the features of territoriality, dynamic task allocation, division of labor in insect societies and centralized systems. We propose action selection without explicit communication for multi-robot box-pushing which changes a suitable behaviour set depending on a situation for adaptation to a dynamic environment. A central controller identifies the situation and issues the appropriate control signals to adapt the suitable behaviour set to it. As a result, we find out our approach is promising for designing adaptive multi-robot box-pushing. We demonstrate these concepts using three line following mobile robots. The task is to push a given box from source location to destination location. The number of robots active at a given time depends upon the weight of the box. The boxes to be moved are of different weight. The ratio of robots working at a given time change dynamically as per the changes in environment.
Standardization of recipe for preparation of guava jelly bar published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
V. S. KUCHI, R. GUPTA, R. GUPTA AND S. TAMANG Firm ripe guava fruits of Lucknow-49 harvested from college farm were used for the study. Jelly bar of 2 cm x 7 cm pieces were made and packed in LDPE and laminated aluminium foil pouches. Storage study was conducted in ambient and refrigerated conditions for two months. Among different treatment combinations, the recipe with 50 % sugar, 0.3% citric acid and 0.5 % pectin added to pulp extract recorded highest organoleptic score. Physico-chemical characteristics like total sugars and TSS increased while acidity, pectin content, ascorbic acid, and organoleptic scores decreased in the jelly bar stored in ambient condition while the changes are negligible for the jelly bar in refrigerated storage. Jelly bar packed in laminated aluminium foil and stored in refrigerated condition has better quality till consumption.
Studies on the optimization conditions of root and callus initiation in Atropa belladonna in in-vitro conditions published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Asha Rani N.S, Prasad M.P Atropa belladonna L. is used in traditional treatments for an assortment of conditions including headache, menstrual symptoms, pectic ulcer, histaminic reactions, inflammation and motion sickness. It is used to overcome bronchial spasms, whooping cough. It is used for Parkinsons disease, antidote for snakebite, gastric agent. The plant species is the source of alkaloid atropine (C??H??NO?, d1-hyoscyamine) which has proven to be a cornerstone in the study of autonomic pharmacology. Root and callus cultures have been established from explants of Atropa belladonna. Explants selected for the present study included leaf midrib and petiole region. MS media constituent with hormone NAA was used in the present investigation. Under 253C explants with NAA showed root initiation. Under same conditions explants with KI differentiated into callus and further formation of roots. But roots obtained from explants (with MS+NAA) directly transferred to MS+KI+2% sucrose media showed callus formation under 253C. Initial media without excess sucrose did not give rise to callus or root formation. Use of MS+BA also did not show any initiation of callus at 25C but other workers point out a lower temperature of 20-24C for development of callus.
Underutilized food crops: treasure for the future India published in

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MONIKATHAKUR Underutilized crops are lesser-known plant species in terms of marketing and research, but well adapted to marginal and stress conditions. Their indigenous potential and ethnobotanical data are well known to people, whereas, commercial importance and market value is unknown to the public. The survey conducted and the indigenous data gathered gave information that, UUCs make Indian economy sounder and in many cases benefit the environment as well, by replacing the depleting resources with the new ones. In India, strategy development and appropriate policies are limited to a large extent because of the lack of authentic documentation on these crops. The Indian government policies and strategies for food security should take into account the diversity of underutilized crops. Although the options for scaling-up neglected crops for large-scale agriculture appear to be increasingly exhausted, many species have the potential to contribute to food security, nutrition, dietary and culinary diversification, health and income generation. Basically, these UUCs are multifold food crops as the treasures for the future India have greater potential for food and security, income generation and environmental services.
ELECTROMAGNETIC SITUATION VISUAL REPRESENTATION NEAR MOBILE BASE STATION ANTENNA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Marina Yurevna Zvezdina; Yuliya Aleksandrovna Shokova; Andrey Viktorovich Shokov; Anton Alekseevich Dymchenko; Pavel Alekseevich Parhomenko The results of electromagnetic situation research near GSM and TETRA mobile base station antenna are given. The maximum size of sanitary protection zone is estimated and vertical energy flux density distribution is represented visually. It is shown that it is safe to place low-back-lobe aerial on the rooftop regardless the transmitter power. Physical interpretation of the results is given.
Inhibition of Corrosion of Stainless Steel by Sodium Tungstate Zn (II) System published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
P. Patric Raymond1*, A. Peter Pascal Regis1, S. Rajendran2, 3 and M. Manivannan4 The inhibition efficiency (IE) of sodium tungstate (ST) in controlling corrosion of stainless steel 410 in sea water in the absence and presence of Zn2+ has been evaluated by weight loss method. The formulation consists of 250 ppm of ST and 50 ppm of Zn2+ has 98% IE. It is found that the IE of ST increases by the addition of Zn2+. A synergistic effect exists between ST and Zn2+. Synergism has been confirmed by synergism parameter and F-test. The mechanistic aspects of corrosion inhibition have been studied using polarization study. Also FTIR spectra reveal that the protective film consists of Fe2+ - ST complex and Zn(OH)2. The nature of the protective film has been characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM).

Design and Construction of Musical Lighting Water Fountain

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Kyi Phyu Soe | Win Zaw Hein

This paper presents the design and construction of a musical water fountain system driven by Arduino using Fourier Transform technology. Audio signals were taken from sources such as MP3 player, smart phone, laptop, etc and these signals were first amplified using LM386 IC and then transferred into an analog input of Arduino for FFT processing. To give out signals for DC pump motors, digital output pins was used. With various frequency band, turning on and off the DC motors and LED systems was created the lighting and water spray effects which should go well along with showed music. The response of this foundation is analysed for different audio frequency range and pump motor control was emphasised and, fountain model is designed for domestic usages. Kyi Phyu Soe | Win Zaw Hein "Design and Construction of Musical Lighting Water Fountain" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25254.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/25254/design-and-construction-of-musical-lighting-water-fountain/kyi-phyu-soe

Endometrial Hyperplasia - Changing Concept published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Yogendra Madan Introduction: The World Health Organization (WHO) (1994) classification of endometrial hyperplasia is plagued by poor diagnostic reproducibility and suboptimal prognostic prediction. In 1998 Drs, Mutter and Baak provide newer data to diagnose endometrial hyperplasia. Aim: To reclassify endometrial hyperplsia into two broad categories, Endometrial intraepithelial hyperplasia (EIN) and benign hyperplasia (non-EIN) and compare this with WHO hyperplasia classification. Material and method: The present study consists of 201 cases of endometrial hyperplasia lesions.After processing all the endometrial material received was subjected to haematoxylin and eosin stain. All the lesions were classified by five independent observers using WHO (1994) classification and again reclassified by applying EIN criteria.Results: In the present study out of 201 cases of WHO classified endometrial hyperplasias 91 were reclassified as EIN lesion and rest 110 diagnosed as non-EIN lesion. Variance of WHO endometrial hyperplasia classification is16.3,10,16.3 and 50.5 for simple typical, complex typical, simple atypical and complex atypical hyperplasia respectively whereas variance for EIN is 1.299. Conclusion: EIN classification system has good reproducibility. It is valuable to reclassify WHO hyperplasia classification by EIN criteria as unnecessary hysterectomies, its surgical complications and high cost of treatment can be prevented by applying EIN criteria.
Dynamic and Equilibrium Studies on Adsorption of Direct Dye (Direct Red 28) by Lowcost Nanoporous Activated Carbon Derived From Ipomoea Carnea Stem Waste published in

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I. Arockiaraj, S. Karthikeyan, V. Renuga Nanoporous activated carbon materials were prepared from abundantly available Ipomoea Carnea stem waste. A series of Nanoporous carbon samples were prepared by subjecting the carbon material to various chemical processes. These materials accumulate superior properties and good adsorption behaviours. The adsorption capacity of selected derived carbon sample using Ipomoea Carnea stem waste prepared by Dolomite process was much greater than the capacities of the other carbons prepared by various processes. The adsorption of Direct Red 28 (Direct dye) on this dolomite treated activated carbon was investigated to assess the possible use of this adsorbent for the processing of dyeing industry wastewater. The influence of various factors such as initial dye concentration, agitation time, pH and temperature on the adsorption capacity has been studied. The percentage removal of dye is observed to decrease with the increase in initial dye concentration. With increase in temperature, the adsorption of dye also decreases, indicating exothermic nature of the reaction. Adsorption isothermal data could be interpreted by the Langmuir and Freundlich equations. Kinetic data have been studied using Elovich and Pseudo-first order and Pseudo-second order equations for understanding the reaction mechanism.
EVALUATION OF THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND ANTIPYRETIC ACTIVITIES OF THE PLANT ALPINIA NIGRA (FAMILY: ZINGIBERACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Syeda Sadia Ameen*, Syeda Rawnak Jahan, Md. Yousuf Ali Alpinia nigra is an important medicinal plant having application in jaundice, fever and various other disorders. The aim of this study was to evaluate the anti-inflammatory and antipyretics activities of the whole plant A. nigra. The roots, stems, barks and the leaves of the plant A. nigra was sun dried and extracted using methanol. The antiinflammatory activity was evaluated using the carageenan induced paw edema in rats. The crude methanolic extract at a dose of 600mg/kg showed very potent anti-inflammatory activity in carageenan induced rat paw edema model with 68.59% inhibition of paw edema after the fourth hour of study. The Antipyretic activity was evaluated by the yeast induced pyresis method. The crude methanolic extract at both 600mg/kg and 300mg/kg dose showed significant Antipyretic effect.
Production of Grape wine by the use of yeast, Saccharomycese cerevisiae published in

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Aakriti Guleria Present study was done for production of Grape Wine from yeast, Saccharomycese cerevisiae.The production was done in Abhilashi Institute of Life Sciences. Fresh grapes for wine production were taken from nearby shops.Rotten grapes were also taken for isolation of Saccharomycese cerevisiae.Wine is traditionally an alcoholic beverage arising from the fermentation of fruit juice by the action of yeast.Wine was prepared from grape juice as a raw material and Saccharomycese cerevisiae was isolated from rotten part of grapes under laboratory conditions.To study the fermentation process,sample was drawn after an interval of 5 days and microbiological and biochemical characterization was done.For microbial investigation,samples drawn after intervals of 5 days were grown on specific media by serial dilution technique.The microflora grown on specific media was identified by staining techniques.The predominant microorganism identified was yeast, Saccharomycese cerevisiae.It increases gradually due to its tolerance power towards low pH ,high acidity and ethanol content.Biochemical analysis includes pH,total acidity,reducing sugar,ethanol content etc.In the investigation of biochemical aspects,it was concluded that the pH of sample was decreased whereas the titrable acidity of sample was increased during fermentation process. Wine was prepared after 21 days of fermentation
WIFI MIMO EMERGING TREND IN WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sneha A. Jaswante, Mahip M.Bartere? In radio, multiple-input and multiple-output, or MIMO (pronounced my-moh by some and me-moh by others), is the use of multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver to improve communication performance. It is one of several forms of smart antenna technology. MIMO technology has attracted attention in wireless communications, because it offers significant increases in data throughput and link range without additional bandwidth or increased transmit power. It achieves this goal by spreading the same total transmit power over the antennas to achieve an array gain that improves the spectral efficiency (more bits per second per hertz of bandwidth) and/or to achieve a diversity gain that improves the link reliability (reduced fading). Because of these properties, MIMO is an important part of modern wireless communication standards such as IEEE 802.11n (Wi-Fi), 4G, 3GPP Long Term Evolution, WIMAX and HSPA+.
Awareness of Eye Donation and Willingness to Donate Eyes in Population Attending Outdoor Patients Department of Ophthalmology at Sknmc, Pune (Maharashtra) published in

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DR. (COL).SATISHKUMAR SRIVASTAVA,DR.SAYLI B. KULTHEDR.HARISHCHANDRA D. GORE Aim: To assess the level of awareness of eye donation and willingness to pledge eyes in patients attending the outdoor patients department of Ophthalmology at SKNMC, Pune. Material and Methods: All the patients from age 18 years and above attending the outdoor patients department of ophthalmology were included in the study. Basic demographic data regarding age, gender, socioeconomic status, educational level, occupation and religion of the patients was recorded. The patients were asked to respond to a questionnaire. Results: Theaverage age of the study subjects was 44.03 years. Out of 204 cases there were 46.6% females and 53.4% males. 53.4% were aware that eyes could be donated after death. 15.2% cases knew that cornea of the donated eyes was used for transplantation.80.3% expressed willingness to donate their eyes. Conclusion:Data from our study suggests that additional efforts are needed to improve awareness of eye donation in the community to increase the rate of procurement of corneas.
Formulation of RTS health mix for menopausal women published in

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SONALIRAUT ANDNALWADEVIJAYA The present study was undertaken to develop ready to serve (RTS) health mix for menopausal women. RTS health mix was prepared using functional foods such as, rajkeera seed, soybean, ragi, flax seed and oats.The RTS health mix was developed for menopausal women by using calcium rich foods like ragi, rajkeera seeds and isoflavone rich foods such as soybean and oats and phytoestrogen rich food, flaxseed. The acceptability of RTS health mix was studied by using five point ranking test (Ranganna et al., l979). Nutrient content of highly accepted developed ready to eat health mix was analyzed by applying standard methods. Highly accepted health mix was stored in airtight polyethylene pouches, one at room temperature and another at refrigerator for two months and evaluated for its shelf -life. Overall acceptability of developed RTS health mix was ranging from 3.53 to 4.96. Highly accepted developed RTS health mix contain good amount of protein (16.7 + 0.35), calcium (201.8 + 0.06) and isoflavone 28 mg. It was found that RTS health mix stored at refrigerator temperature for 60 days had low microbial count than that of stored at room temperature. Even after two months of storage RTS health mix found to have low microbial count therefore considered as microbial safe for consumption.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL TOPOLOGICAL CODING WITH A PRIVATE KEY ON THE MOBIUS STRIP published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vladimir Nikolayevich Kestelman; Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Altynay Kayratovna Akhmetkaliyeva In this paper we consider one approach encoding information on topological surface - when to encode information easy enough, but to return the original data on the basis of three-dimensional the surface is almost impossible. Meanwhile the 3D surface is nothing like a Mobius strip broken through triangulation. At present it is necessary to develop and explore topology, and aim to link its achievements with the real world in practical tasks.
A Study of Bhakti Literature During The Kakatiya Period published in

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Prof. T. Nagamma, Mr. V. Krishna Mohan The changes and developments in brahmanical religion especially Saivism which took place in twelth and thirteenth centuries in South India in general and Tamil and Telugu countries in Particular caused for the growth of literature by the poets and scholars of that period. Generally, Sanskrit occupied first place in contribution of literature during this period. The Telugu country contributed under the rulers of Kakatiyas during this period for the development of literature in different sphere of religions. Though they were ardent Saivas but had religious tolerances and encourage and extend their patronage to the poets, scholars, writers and authors in various fields to produce works. So, in the present paper, A study of Bhakti literature during the Kakatiya period is presented.
Usefulness of Venous Blood Gas Analysis to Determine Acid-Base Status in Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sadariya Bhavesh R, Hariom Sharma, Sahema Shaikh, Mittal Panchal Background: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is associated with greatest morbidity and mortality, worldwide. Blood gas analysis is required to know acid-base status of the body in patients of acute exacerbation of COPD. Routinely arterial blood obtained by arterial puncture is used for blood gas analysis. It has been shown that venous blood can be used in place of arterial blood for blood gas analysis. The aim of present study was to see the changes in acid base status of the body in AECOPD patients by using venous blood for blood gas analysis. Methods: This study included previously diagnosed 100 patients of acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and 100 healthy subjects. VBG sample was taken from each patient analyzed for pH, PCO2 , HCO3 -, PO2 and SO2 . Results: The mean SD values for pH, PCO2 and HCO3 - in AECOPD patients were 7.36 0.1, 53.3118.62 mmHg and 29.218.78 mmol/L, respectively. In healthy controls, the mean SD values for pH, PCO2 and HCO3 - were 7.390.04, 46.026.7 mmHg and 28.34.1 mmol/L. Conclusion: Venous values of pH were slightly lower while venous values of PCO2 and HCO3 - were slightly higher in AECOPD patients as compared to the healthy subjects showed that AECOPD patients were in respiratory acidosis state.
A Trial of Home-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Arthritis in a Regional Center published in

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Helmes E*, Flockhart I, Caltabiano N Residents of rural and regional areas often have limited access to health care professionals. This study investigated the ability of a modification of the Arthritis Basics for Change program developed by the American Arthritis Foundation to improve psychosocial functioning in a group of individuals with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis who lived in northern Queensland. The program comprised five, home-based sessions spaced over three weeks incorporating an audio CD and two 10-minute telephone consultations. A total of 34 individuals (7 males, mean age 59 years) were randomly assigned to either an intervention group or a wait list control group. Measures were administered before, after and at three-months follow up and included the Arthritis Helplessness Index, Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, Health Assessment Questionnaire, and the Coping Strategies Questionnaire. Improvements in both groups were noted in helplessness, anxiety, and depression following the program and at a three-month follow up. No changes were observed for pain, disability, or coping skills across time and between groups. A higher proportion of individuals in the intervention group than in the control group attained clinically significant improvement on the HADS Depression scale. Despite the small sample size, results showed that some significant gains can be made through short, specifically tailored interventions.
International and Local Internship Programs of CITHM Students published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Monaliza A. Ebreo, Roselyn P. Carranza, Luisa N. Eustaquio, Loraine G. Magluyan,Jessalyn C. Manalo, Jennifer S. Trillanes, Sevillia S. Felicen, Alex P. Ylagan The aim of this research is to find out the competitive advantages of international internship as compared with the local internship, specifically, to identify students exposure in LPU during the internship in terms of knowledge, skills, attitude and personality, and to compare these attributes acquiredin international practicum with local practicum among interns. The researchersused descriptive research method to evaluate CITHM students of LPU who have undergone local and international practicum to identify and compare the skills learned from international and domestic internship. The results revealed that there are no differences in comparing local and international internship programs in LPU. It can be comprehended that from the standpoint of the study, the findings proved that the level of satisfaction of both local and international interns pertaining to the knowledge, skills, attitude and personality learned and applied in LPU are very satisfactory. The researchers recommend strengthening the college internship program.

Equilibrium Study of Natural Non Toxic Solvents for Recovery of Trans- Aconitic Acid by Reactive Extraction

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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R. P. Nimbalkar | R. P. Ugwekar | S. K. Deshmukh

Trans-aconitic acid Propene-1 2 3-tricarboxylic acid is an organic acid and is generally found in sugar cane. It is used as accidulent in food industry and can be used in synthesis of plasticizers. It is widely used in tissue engineering application. The present work focused on extraction of Trans- aconitic acid from its aqueous solution by using Aliquat 336 using natural non toxic diluents like Sunflower oil, Groundnut oil and Rice bran oil. Physical extraction and chemical extraction has been done to find out equilibrium parameters such as distribution constant, degree of extraction, loading ratio and equilibrium complexion constant. The experimental results are distribution coefficient sunflower oil 2.81 , groundnut oil 2.80 and for Rice oil 2.92 , degree of extraction 56 to 81 for sunflower oil, 59 to 86 for groundnut oil, 58 to 82 for Rice bran oil , loading ratio 0.5 and equilibrium complexation constant 1.1152 l gm equi for Sunflower oil, 1.6128 l gm equi for groundnut oil and 4.5556 l gm equi for Rice Bran Oil. Water co extraction has also been studied, not more than 3 . R. P. Nimbalkar | R. P. Ugwekar | S. K. Deshmukh ""Equilibrium Study of Natural Non Toxic Solvents for Recovery of Trans- Aconitic Acid by Reactive Extraction"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20252.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/chemical-engineering/20252/equilibrium-study-of-natural-non-toxic-solvents-for-recovery-of-trans--aconitic-acid-by-reactive-extraction/r-p-nimbalkar
 
Assessment of Probable Maximum Precipitation Using Gumbel Distribution and Hershfield Method published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

Published by BONFRING
N. Vivekanandan and Dr. S.K. Roy Assessment of Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP) has utmost importance for planning, design, management and risk analysis of hydraulic and other structures in a region. This paper details the procedures involved in estimation of Extreme Rainfall (ER) for Bhavnagar region using five parameter estimation methods of Gumbel distribution. Goodness-of-Fit test involving Kolmogorov-Smirnov (KS) statistics is used for checking the adequacy of fitting of the method for determination of parameters of the distribution. Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) is used for selection of a suitable method for estimation of ER. The paper presents that the Probability Weighted Moments (PWM) is better suited for modelling daily maximum rainfall and Order Statistics Approach (OSA) for 24-hour maximum rainfall for the region under study. The results obtained from Gumbel distribution are compared with PMP value given by Hershfield method. The study shows that the Mean+SE(where Mean denotes the estimated ER and SE the standard error) value of 1000-year return period one-day ER given by PWM may be considered for design purposes for Bhavnagar region.
The Characteristics of Journal Editorial Boards in Library and Information Science published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

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

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Dr. M. THIRUMAGAL VIJAYA, D. SUGANYA This project aims at creation of a secure Internet banking system. This will be accessible to all customers who have a valid User Id and Password. This system provides the following facilities: balance enquiry, funds transfer to another account in the same bank, Request for Cheque book/change of address and viewing monthly and annual statements. Normally, all E-banking facilities inform the customer via an SMS to indicate that the transaction is being taking place on their account. However, this is not sufficient security measure, i.e. in case a malicious user is operating on the account the user will just get to know that the transaction is being taken place but has no means to stop that transaction.
Comparative analysis of antibacterial activity of two therapeutically active plants published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Varalakshmi S Traditionally, the leaf extracts of Achyranthes aspera and seed extracts of Calophyllum inophyllum are used in treating wounds and infectious diseases. Antibacterial activity of these plant extracts prepared in different solvents such as water, ethanol and hexane is assessed by disc diffusion method against 6 human pathogenic bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterbacter aerogens, and Salmonella typhi. All the extracts of both plants showed a wide range of bactericidal activity with the zone of inhibition ranging from 11mm to 17mm in diameter. Maximum inhibition was observed in hexane extracts of these plant parts. This study could boost up the optimism of the scientists about the future of phytomedicine.
Performance of New Active Water flow double-pane windows for Energy management in buildings. published in

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Fernando del Ama Gonzalo Buildings account for such a significant amount of the energy consumed in the World. While window glazing will be more and more extensively used in modern architecture, active water-flow window panels are being introduced in the market with a double objective: to reduce energy consumption and to manage solar energy striking on building faades.In order to reach a nearly-zero energy consumption new materials and constructive solutionsare required. Disposing of the heat captured by the water can be achieved in different ways. In hot climates it can either be dissipated together with the buildings other heat loads in whatever refrigeration system is provided, or it can be stored in a tank and cooled down by evaporative refrigeration or night dissipation at a very low energy cost. This article shows real data obtained by means of monitoring real buildings using water flow glass panes.
Biochemical basis of productivity in little millet (Panicum miliare L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.G. GOLLAGI*, M.B. CHETTI AND V.H. ASHVATHAMA Crop yield is mainly dependent on the interplay of various physiological and biochemical functions of the plants in addition to the impact of environment. A cause and effect relationship is necessary to understand interplay of several processed and functions affecting crop yield. The genotypes TNAU-63, OLM-20 and TNAU-89 recorded higher total chlorophyll and nitrate reductase activity. Correlation study indicated that a significant and a positive association of thses parameters with grain yield. Chlorophyll a, b, total chlorophyll and nitrate reductase activity had positive correlation with yield.
Study of Physio-Chemical Parameters of Nabaganga River , Jhenidah, South Western Part of Bangladesh: An Attempt to Estimate Pollutional Load published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Ashis Kumar Panigrahi, Bidhan Chandra Biswas The study was carried out to evaluate the status of water quality parameters in Nabaganqa river, Jhenidah, the south western part of Bangladesh during the period from June 2012 to May2013.At present aquatic environments are seriously polluted by unplanned developments, rapid urbanization, overexploitation of fish, soil erosion and withdrawal of water for agriculture practices, excessive use of agrochemicals sewage from domestic and industrial sources.. In order to protect these valuable resources, it was necessary to measure the physiochemical properties of water. The obtained results showed that Temperature and pH are within the standard limit. Alkalinity, COD, Hardness, Free CO2, Organic carbon exceed permissible limit. Rich content of Nitrate and Phosphate is due to large agricultural practices by the riverside areas. DO levels are fluctuated in different stations but stays within safe limit and suitable for aquatic organic organisms.

Technical Data Management from the Perspective of Identification and Traceability in the Manufacturing Industry

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Gourav Vivek Kulkarni

In a Manufacturing Industry, be it of any scale, the entity of utmost importance is the technical data. As the quantum of the generation of such necessary data is large, it paves the way to the need of establishing a data management tool such that would aid ease of access and clarity of thought. Such a tool may be in the form of software or in the form of a set personal routine or procedure that is sincerely adhered to. Technical data literally forms the backbone of the Industrys progress. Just like the nervous system is highly dependent on the well being of the backbone, almost all the departments in an Industry are highly reliant on the Technical Data Pool available. This paper highlights the importance of Technical data management from the key perspective of identification wherein a document can be easily identified and traceability wherein the document can be quickly traced for the origin as well as the locations where it is currently used. Certain recommendations shall be appended for a reference towards improved functioning of various departments in the Manufacturing Industry. A conclusion shall thereafter be drawn highlighting the utility and importance of Technical Data Management. Gourav Vivek Kulkarni "Technical Data Management from the Perspective of Identification and Traceability in the Manufacturing Industry" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26389.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/26389/technical-data-management-from-the-perspective-of-identification-and-traceability-in-the-manufacturing-industry/gourav-vivek-kulkarni

GAIT RECOGNITION OF HUMAN USING SVM AND BPNN CLASSIFIERS? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Arun Joshi, Mr. Shashi Bhushan, Ms. Jaspreet Kaur? Recognition of any individual is a task to identify people. Human identification using Gait is method to identify an individual by the way he walk or manner of moving on foot. Gait recognition is a type of biometric recognition and related to the behavioural characteristics of biometric recognition. Gait recognition is one kind of biometric technology that can be used to monitor people without their cooperation. Controlled environments such as banks, military installations and even airports need to be able to quickly detect threats and provide differing levels of access to different user groups. Gait shows a particular way or manner of moving on foot and gait recognition is the process of identifying an individual by the manner in which they walk. Gait is less unobtrusive biometric, which offers the possibility to identify people at a distance, without any interaction or co-operation from the subject; this is the property which makes it so attractive. In this thesis, firstly binary silhouette of a walking person is detected from each frame. Secondly, feature from each frame is extracted using image processing operation. Here center of mass, step size length, and cycle length are talking as key feature. At last BPNN and SVM technique is used for training and testing purpose. Here all experiments are done on gait database and input video.
Application of Unified Network Management in LAN for Load Shedding? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ravi Prakash? The differentiated services (DiffServ) model has been proposed as a scalable traffic management mechanism to ensure Internet QoS without using per-flow resource reservation and per flow signaling, but it sacrifices the ability to accurately configure the network devices and efficiently utilize the network resources. In this thesis, the DiffServ model is augmented with traffic engineering tools, per-flow call admission control (CAC), dynamic resource sharing schemes to improve resource utilization efficiency. Specifically, an advanced two-tier resource management (ATTRM) model is proposed for efficient resource allocation over DiffServ networks, which manages network resources based on the first plan, then take care principle. By proper boundary service level agreement (SLA) arrangement and path-oriented internal resource mapping, the Internet service provider (ISP) can optimally plan the network resources to achieve the maximum long-term network revenue. To efficiently utilize the well-planned network, novel effective bandwidth techniques are developed for packet- and call-level QoS control in DiffServ networks.
Impact of the Special Central Assistance Scheme on Scheduled Caste Beneficiaries A Field Study of Two South Indian States published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr CHIKKALA KRANTHI KUMAR The Constitution of India is very articulate about improving the lot of the weaker sections of society, especially the Scheduled Castes. The Government of India has been equally vocal about proving equitable justice to all and improve the quality of life of the hitherto deprived sections of society. The SCSP is one initiative in this direction. Under this Plan, the Centre is providing financial support to the State Governments for improving the living conditions of the SCs. This paper will seek to examine the impact of special central assistance on scheduled caste beneficiaries in one district each of Andhra Pradesh (East Godavari) and Telangana (Nizamabad) States. The intention is to gauge the satisfaction level of the beneficiaries and see whether any mid-course correction is necessary.
Women And Feminism: A Discourse Analysis Of Contemporary Theories And Islamic Teachings
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Al'Ilm

Published by Dr. Muhammad Arshad
Dr. Farhat Nisar & Dr. Aasia Rashid
Abstract
Modern social activists through media present Islam’s view about women as an oppressed figure linked to her sexuality through so-called liberalism; her oppression is particularly symbolized by obsessive concern with sex, women’s bodies, the veil, and female isolation. While on factual grounds such mind set and groups have oppressed women by judging their worth as persons based on physical attractiveness. Such modern trends and feministic approaches have turned the image of woman as tool of entertainment or attraction. Those who are convinced by such modern values regard woman‘s status in Islam as inferior on the basis of several issues including; guardianship in marriage, polygamy, divorce right. Unfortunately this horrible disease has crept into Muslim societies in the name of cultural interrelation which is in total disregard for our purity and distinguishing values.
The magnitude of women rights in Islam with comparison to feminism has been covered in this brief paper. The first part of the paper gives image of women in western society and bases for initiatives taken for feminism movement in west. Second part of the paper gives a comparison between Islamic approach of women rights and feminism. Third part of the paper describes the view of women liberation and modernity in western society. In fourth part of the paper discussion about women oppression has been presented .In fifth part Islamic view of women rights has been given through Quranic verses and references which is followed by findings and conclusion of the whole discussion.
Every person of the society has certain duties and functions to perform in accordance with his or her nature۔
Therefore Islam acknowledges, preserves and protects the rights and roles of both men and women for a peaceful family environment and productive, progressive and conflict free society.
MODIFIED DIJKSTRA ALGORITHM FOR DETERMINING MULTIPLE SOURCE SHORTEST PATH OF HOSPITAL LOCATION IN RIVERS STATE (NIGERIA) published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Okengwu U.A.*1 Nwachukwu E.O2 Determining the shortest path (road network) to a particular hospital in the case of emergency could determine patient survival or not. The approach currently on ground in Rivers State, Nigeria is subjective (depending on the skill, experience and exposure of the personnel prescribing the distance and not based on an objective approach) at best. This research paper, has adapted Dijsktra algorithm base on it drawback to propose a modified Dijkstra algorithm capable of implementing multiple source shortest path distance optimization to varied hospital within Rivers State. Matrix Laboratory (MatLab) and Hypertext preprocessor (PHP) were the simulation tools and language of implementation respectively. The results of our simulation were satisfactory having been able to implement Multiple Source Shortest Path across several hospitals spread across Rivers State.
Effect of plant spacings on the yield and yield attributes of groundnut varieties published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K. HARICHARAN REDDY1, J.S.ARUN KUMAR* AND GAUTAM GHOSH1 The experiment was laid out in Factorial Randomized Block Desigh (FRBD) with eight treatments replicated thrice. The treatments consisted of 30 x 15, 20 x 15, 35 x 15 and 35 x 20 cm plants spacing and two varieties Kaushal (Bunch type), Chitra (Spreading type). The results showed that plant spacing of 35x20 cm gave higher yield, lowest yield was recorded in plant spacing of 20x15cm. The growth and yield attributes of groundnut were significantly reduced when the crop was provided with less spacing, groundnut required wider plant spacing (35 x 20 cm) to express its maximum yield potentiality

The Credibility Crisis

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Alkananda Sabat

The ILandFS crisis has given birth to a new crisis in Indian Economy –‘ The Credibility Crisis'. The Big four audit firms dominates with the market capitalisation companies audited by them being 67 of the total market capitalisation of all the companies listed at National Stock Exchange during 2018 2019.So this concentration risk had got crystallised in previous days as credibility crisis in corporate sector. Alkananda Sabat "The Credibility Crisis" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd24059.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/24059/the-credibility-crisis/alkananda-sabat
Biodiversity of Actinomycetes Species Isolated from Saline Belt of Akola District published in

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A. B. Arbat , S. N. Zodpe Actinomycetes are best known for their ability to produce antibiotics and are Gram positive bacteria which are group of branching unicellular organism. The present study was designed to isolate and identify the different actinomycetes species from saline soil and to evaluate their antimicrobial activity against multidrug resistant bacteria. Total fifteen isolates such as Streptomyces sp., Nocardia sp., Streptomyces sp. shows higher antibacterial activity against Gram +ve bacteria whereas Nocardia species shows activity against Gm ve bacteria. The antagonistic activity was studied using the agar well diffusion method against the MDR clinical pathogens thus, the results of present investigation revealed that soil Actinomycetes are the potent source of novel antibiotics and were found to be of potential antagonistic activity against test organisms which can control variety of pathogenic organisms.
A Study on Job Involvement With Special Reference to Marketing Professionals in Coimbatore published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Kamrani Buseri Islamic education including socio-humanistic category that can be developed from its epistemology. Education reforms are absolutely necessary because there has been a weakness of good educational philosophy, theory and operations, with the main focus is the reform of insight. This paper examines the epistemological aspects of Islam as a basic step on education reform governance scheme Islamic thought as Theo anthropocentric, appreciate sensory empirical truth, logic, ethics, and transcendental. Application of this epistemology appropriately be able to overcome the problems of education weaknesses. Results of research paper put forward some Islamic education reform paradigm involves understanding the Islamic system; True intentions as a basic motivation; aware of the position of truth, goodness and beauty; embedded core value of the Divine as well as the characteristics of Islamic education; live up to the family as the initial source of truth; develop the total and holistic personality; and the implementation of the Divine in education management.

A Review Paper on WiVi Technology

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Sharath Kumar Nair | Tarun Mehta

Innovation is gaining exponential ground and is making numerous things less demanding. As the inventive reasoning of people is expanding each and every day, new techniques for remote systems administration have been advanced of which our present subject Wi Fi is the most acknowledged innovation. Wi Fi is famous remote systems administration innovation which gives an office permitting PCs, Smartphones or different gadgets to associate with the Internet or speak with each other remotely inside a given territory. Wi Fi systems have no physical association among sender and beneficiary. Wi Fi utilizes the radio waves to give arrange network. Remote Vision WiVi is another innovation like a similar idea of Wi Fi which enables seeing through dividers with the assistance of Wi Fi pointer. Wi Fi can likewise expand our faculties, empowering us to see the moving items through dividers and away from plain view. Specifically, we can utilize such pointer to locate the quantity of individuals in a shut room and their relative areas. We can likewise discover basic motions which are made behind a divider, and join the arrangement of marker to convey messages to a remote recipient without conveying any sort of transmitting gadget. By the utilization of Wi Fi pointer and MIMO correspondence, a remote vision gadget has been made which catches the humanoid movement behind the divider or shut room. We use MIMO impedance nulling to kill reflections off static articles and spotlight the beneficiary on a moving target.
 
BY Sharath Kumar Nair | Tarun Mehta "A Review Paper on WiVi Technology"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22827.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/22827/a-review-paper-on-wivi-technology/sharath-kumar-nair
CONTROLLED RELEASE MICROSPHERES OF AMBROXOL HYDROCHLORIDE: EFFECTS OF FORMULATION PARAMETERS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nayana S. Baste*, Dilip V. Derle, Charulata T. Nemade, Vandana R. Daga The present work was undertaken to examine the potential for the controlled release of ambroxol hydrochloride by forming microspheres. The effect of formulation variables such as polymer concentration and variation of dispersing agent on microsphere properties such as average particle size, encapsulation efficiency and drug release from the microspheres were studied. Microspheres were prepared by solvent evaporation technique using ethyl cellulose as a matrix-forming agent. Morphological and physicochemical properties of microspheres were investigated by scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffractometry, differential scanning calorimetry, and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. SEM revealed that microspheres were spherical, discrete having smooth and non-porous structure. Encapsulation efficiency of microspheres was found to be 81-94% and drug release was extended up to 12 h. The infrared spectra and differential scanning calorimetry thermographs showed stable character of ambroxol hydrochloride in the drug-loaded microspheres and revealed the absence of any drug-polymer interactions. X-ray diffraction patterns showed that there was decrease in crystallinity of the drug. The best-fit release kinetics was achieved with zero order kinetics and drug release was found to be diffusion controlled. Encapsulation efficiency and drug release was affected by both, concentration of polymer and presence of aluminium tristearate. Particle size was affected by polymer concentration not aluminium tristearate.
INPATIENT DRUG RELATED PROBLEMS AND PHARMACIST INTERVENTION AT A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL IN SOUTH INDIA-A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Mounica. Bollu*, Nalluri. Kranthi Koushik, Muddana. Nagalohith, Guduru.Venkata Sudheer, Nallani. Venkataramarao. BACKGROUND: Now-a-days drug related problems were seen very commonly within the health care practice. These could result in the medication errors,adverse events,drug interactions and harm to patients. Pharmacist has an identified role in minimizing and preventing such type of problems. OBJECTIVES: To detect the incidence of drug related problems for the hospitalized patient, and to analyze the clinical pharmacist interventions performed during the review of prescription orders of the general medicine, psychiatry, surgery, pediatrics, gynaecology units of a large tertiary care teaching hospital. METHODS: It was a retrospective, observational and interventional study .The analysis took place daily with the following parameters: dose,rate of administration, presentation and/or dosage form, presence of inappropriate/unnecessary drugs, necessity of additional medication, more proper alternative therapies, presence of relevant drug interactions, inconsistencies in prescription orders, physical-chemical incompatibilities/solution stability. From this evaluation, the drug therapy problems were classified, as well as the resulting clinical interventions. For a period starting November 2012 until December 2014, the inpatient medication charts and orders were identified and rectified by ward and practicing clinical pharmacists within the inpatient pharmacy services in a tertiary care teaching hospital on routine daily activities.Data was collected and evaluated. The causes of this problem were identified. RESULTS: A total of 360 patients were followed .Male (71.66%) predominance was noted over females (28.33%). Drug related problems were more commonly seen in patients aged in between 31-60. Most of the DRP observed in the study resulted from the dispensing errors(26.11%),improper drug selection (17.22%),followed by untreated indications (14.4%) Majority of the clinical pharmacist recommendations were on need for proper dispensing(26.11%), and drug change (18.05%). Minor significance of DRPs were noted high (41.11 %), whereas (35.27 %) were moderate and (23.61 %) were major. The acceptance rate of intervening clinical pharmacist recommendation and change in drug therapy was found to be high (86.66%). CONCLUSION: Our study showed that the prescriptions reviewed had some drug therapy problem and the pharmacist interventions have promoted positive changes needed in the prescriptions. In this context, routine participation of clinical pharmacists in clinical medical rounds facilitates the identification of DRPs and may prevent their occurrence.
TINDAK PIDANA KEKERASAN TERHADAP PEREMPUAN (Studi Etiologi Kriminal di Wilayah Hukum Polres Banyumas) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ruby Hadiarti Johny The violence against women is increasing in number. This article discusses the factors underlying the occurrence and other form of violence against women that occurred in the Police Banyumas region. Sociological juridical approach used in this research. Specification of research is descriptive. The data used are primary and secondary data. The dominant factors that cause criminal violence to women are dominated by economic factors about 70%, cultural factors about 15%, affair factors about 10 %, and lack of communication between family factors about 5 %. The types of criminal violence to women based on data from LSM Lentera Perempuan WCC Banyumas, Victims, and Poice Banyumas region most of the type criminal violence to women is domestic violence, as physic, psychological, sexual violence, and negligence of household. The problem solving is with the litigation process or non litigation process. The litigation process with criminal law process and the non litigation process with mediation. Keywords: Domestic violence, form of violence, cause of violence.
BILAYERED TABLET TECHNOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Rishikesh Ghosh, Md. Anwarul Haque, Tripti Rani Paul, Al-Amin Mohiuddin Ahmed Bhuiyan, Irin Dewan Bi-layer tablet is a new era for winning development of controlled release formulation along with various features to provide successful drug delivery. Bi-layer tablets can be crucial option to avoid chemical incompatibilities between active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) by physical separation and to facilitate the development of different drug release profiles. Bi-layer tablet is appropriate for chronological release of two drugs in combination and also for sustained release of tablet in which one layer is for immediate release as loading dose and second layer is maintenance dose. So use of bi-layer tablets is a very different aspect for anti-hypertensive, diabetic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs where combination therapy is often used. Several pharmaceutical companies are currently developing bi-layer tablets, for a variety of reasons: patent extension, therapeutic, marketing to name a few. General tablet manufacturing principles remain the same, there is much more to consider because making multi-layer tablets involves multiple often incompatible products, additional equipment and many formulation and operation challenges. The present object provides an introduction to bi-layer tablet technology, challenges in bi-layer tablet manufacturing, various tablet presses used, quality and GMP requirements for their production various techniques used for bi-layer tableting and recent developments in the field of bi-layer technology.
Ethical & Legal Issues In Medical Genetics: A review article published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Bandopadhyay Debasis Lt Col Background: Ethical issues in human genetics poses more challenges because genetic identity impinges not only on the individual but also on the extended family and society in general. The fundamental ethical principles of autonomy (self determination), beneficence (to do good), non maleficence (not to harm) and justice (fairness for patient) are not absolute and limitations arise due to conflicts amongst the principles. Hence an acceptable ethical framework needs to be worked out that would balance the principles against each other. Practical approach to ethics in medical genetics: Ethical issues need to be considered if the benefits are maximised and the harms minimised from the increasing ability to use genetic testing to analyse an individuals genetic information. The ethical issues generally arise from: The shared nature and ownership of genetic information. The doctors ethical responsibilities include balancing the privacy and confidentiality of the individual and prevention of harm to others. In patients of balanced translocations and X-linked recessive disorders confidentiality cannot be limited to the patient (the right to complete confidentiality has to be partially breached) and necessary disclosure has to be made to close family relatives who must understand carrier status (that they could be also carriers) & therefore the risk of having affected baby. Limitations of genetic testing. The genetic tests are diagnostic (prenatal and newborn screening) and predictive (for late onset dominant autosomal disorders). The prenatal and screening tests should aim to provide maximum information to the patient so that they can make an informed choice of having a baby. Treatment options are limited for genetic disorders and moreover these diagnostic tests cannot predict the severity and the age of onset of the disease. To inform a child about adult onset dominant autosomal disorders will be unethical as it leads to social discrimination and should ideally be postponed till the child reaches the age of consent. Ethical issues experienced in the application of human genetics technologies. The possibility of misuse of gene therapy for the purpose of eugenics, commercial exploitation of the donor mother in cases of three parent babies and conceiving savior babies through pre-implantation genetics tests are future ethical challenges. Patenting of genes. A gene patent is a patent on a specific isolated gene sequence, its chemical composition, the processes for obtaining or using it. It is a constant ethical issue as to who owns the tissue (genes) the patient or the laboratory. Patents act under Section 3C of Indian law states a gene is patentable only if it is recombinant. Conclusion: There are no easy or correct solutions for difficult ethical problems in medical genetics. With new discoveries new ethical dilemmas will emerge. Medical genetics community has to ensure that interests of their patients & families take precedence.
BEYOND THE VISION: TRANSFORMING THE DISEASE BURDENED SOCIETY (PAKISTAN) IN HEALTHY WELL BEING VIA ENDORSING HEALTH RESEARCH published in

Escalating Research

Published by Advance Educational Institute and Research Center
Shamoon Noushad More than 130 Millions of people living in Pakistan are suffering from several types of diseases & in most cases the actual cause of the disease & its epidemics is not known no university, research institute or ministry of health in Pakistan have policies regarding the health research & realities.
EFFICIENCY INCREASE OF SHAPES DRAWING PROCESSES DUE TO THE ROLLER DIES APPLICATION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vyacheslav Semenovich Slavin; Alexander Ivanovich Norets; Valentina Ignatovna Bilichenko; Vitaly Sergeevich Panteleev The article describes efficiency increase of technological schemes of producing profile shapes from ferrous and non-ferrous metals by using roller dies considered by the example a calibrated steel hexagon and a contact wire. Describes the advantages of using a housingless roller dies and their dual sets, given examples of their effective use in the industry.
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