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The technology of road construction is subjected to changes to cope up with changing vehicular pattern, construction materials and sub-grade conditions. Rice Husk is a waste material produced in rice industry. Rice Husk can be used in various geotechnical constructions like embankments, soil stabilization, and sub grades etc. Soil stabilization has become a major issue in construction engineering and the researches regarding the effectiveness of using industrial wastes are rapidly increasing....
Topics: Black Cotton Soil, Moorum, Rise Husk Ash &Stabilization
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Man is running blindly after material pleasures and is ready to pay any price for it. In this modern age of advanced technology, communication, electronic gadgets, the level of facilities available for our convenience has increased but it has somehow also lead to an increase in our problems related to psychosomatic and spiritual health. Human life is more stressful in the present era. A particular lifestyle of person is a cumulative product of his/her physical capacity coordinated with...
Topics: Lifestyle Disorders, Yoga, Yogic Practices, Yoga Based Lifestyle, Stress
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The linear programming mathematical model was developed for resources management plan with the objective function for allocation of land and water for different crop activities to maximize the net return taking in to constrain land capability classification, availability of water in different season, crop water requirements, food requirement and affinity towards the crops of the peoples in selected district. The analysis of the linear programming mathematical model was done using MATLAB...
Topics: Constraint, Crop Plan, Linear Programming Model
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Epilepsy is a perilous neurological disease covering about 4-5% of total population of the world. Its main characteristics are seizures which occur due to certain disturbance in brain function. During epileptic seizures the patient is unaware of their physical as well as mental condition and hence physical injury may occur. Proper health care must be provided to the patients and this can be achieved only if the seizures are detected correctly in time. In this paper, a system is designed using...
Topics: Electroencephalogram, Epilepsy, Wavelet Transform, Energy Distribution, Neural Network
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Blind signature is a variant of digital signature which helps the user to obtain a signature without giving any information about the message to the signer and the signer cannot tell which session of the signing protocol corresponds to which message. Blind signatures may seem to be a myth; it is a practical reality due to its wide applications in real life like e-coin and e-voting. This paper focuses on the study of variants of blind signatures with its eminent real world applications. It also...
Topics: Blindness, Blind Signature, Unforgeability, Unframeability
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George Orwell’s dictum that a novelist’s prose should be a clear pane of glass through which the story can be clearly viewed, does not apply to the language of  literary geniuses like Stream of Consciousness writers. These writers brought a kind of revolution in English prose by adding to it a potential and concrete force. For many critics, Stream of Consciousness is the most important innovation in fiction of the twentieth century. These writers perfected the technique of stream of...
Topics: Stream of Consciousness technique, linguistic experimentation, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Ulysses
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The purpose of this study was to determine: the impacts, how far the boarding schools social mobility is, the role of boarding schools in addressing many problems, the dynamics of social status in the life of an urban communities.                  This study uses a phenomenological approach, an analytical descriptive method, and various qualitative research. Qualitative data needed in this study is related to the social mobility of boarding schools on urban communities in...
Topics: Boarding Schools, Social Mobility and Urban Communities
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ever-growing network of smart objects. It refers to the physical objects are capable of exchanging information with other physical objects. It introduces various services and human’s routine life depends on its available and reliable activities. Therefore, the challenge of implementing secure communication in the IoT network must be addressed. The IoT network is secured with encryption and authentication, but it cannot be protected against cyber-attacks....
Topics: Internet of Things, IDS, Security, WSN, 6LoWPAN
The non-destructive methods are necessary in the investigation of the physical and mechanical properties of the materials in monuments. In this framework the ultrasonic velocities were used in situ for the elaboration and evaluation of the weathering on the surfaces of monuments. Additionally, the P-wave velocities were used for the estimation of the depth of weathered zone, as well as the depth of cracks at the surface of the monument. This estimation was performed on a Jewish tomb placed in...
Topics: Depth of Cracks, Historical Monument, Non-Destructive Methods, Surface Weathering Degree,...
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In the Novels, Where Shall Go This Summer by Anita Desai and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison the daughters Sita and Pecola Stated suffering inwardly because of their corrupted fathers.   This critical analysis attempts to compare these two novels. The two novels are from different countries. The culture, society and customs of both the countries are totally different from one another. But there are also similarities in the aspect of the writers.
Topic: A Comparative Analysis of the Novels
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In recent years, along with stagnating wage and souring price index, consumers have grown awareness of shopping behaviors and rights of purchase. More and more retailers strengthen businesses by sustaining quality control and improvement for continuing profits. This paper intergrades the model of Parasuraman, Zeithaml and Berry (PZB) customer services as a measure with retail service quality scale (RSQS), and adopts fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (FAHP) to further analyze possible problems...
Topics: PZB, RSOS, Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP), Service Quality, Drugstore
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Adolescence is the most crucial stage of human life. The present investigation was attempted to find out the influence of gender and locale and their interaction on adjustment and its dimensions in adolescents. The sample comprised of 214 adolescents randomly drawn from urban and rural areas of Rohtak. Data were analyzed by using 2×2 factorial design. Results showed a significant influence of gender on adolescents’ health, emotional, social and overall adjustment. A significant influence of...
Topic: Adolescents’ Adjustment on the Basis of Gender and Locale
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In this document, the image classification techniques and their steps have been put up using Bag of words which is extended to an image, making it bag of features or bag of visual words. It also focuses on the different techniques under Bag of Visual words. A comparative study also been done on Bag of visual words and its two different techniques. Spatial Pyramid Matching Scheme which encodes local spatial information(SPM) and geometry preserving visual phrase(GVP) which encode local as well as...
Topics: Mean average, Transformation, Invariance, Image
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The astringent taste of Vernonia amygdalina (VA) and Gongronema latifolium (GL) leaves were de-bittered through boiling and squeeze-washing . The effect of boiling and squeeze-washing on the proximate, phytochemicals, vitamin (A,C,E) composition and in-vitro antioxidant activities of VA and GL leaves were evaluated. The in-vitro antioxidant activities of the vegetable extracts were estimated using reducing power, total phenol content and                  1,1-Diphenyl-2-picryl...
Topics: Squeeze-Washing, Boiling, Astringent, nutraceutical and in-vitro Antioxidant
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The conventional academic finance emphasizes theories such as modern portfolio theory and the efficient market hypothesis, but the novel field of behavioral finance integrates psychology and sociology in financial decision-making process of individuals, groups, and institutions. This paper is aimed to discuss some general principles of behavioral finance including the following:               the heuristic theory, the prospect theory and herding behavior among investors and provide...
Topics: Behavioral Finance, Modern Portfolio Theory, Efficient Market Hypothesis, Heuristic Theory,...
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One of the various problems which mankind faces in this century is the problem of waste disposal management. Since polymeric materials do not decompose easily, disposal of waste polymers is a serious environmental problem. Large amounts of rubbers are used as tyres for aero planes, trucks, cars etc. But after a long run, these tyres are not serviceable and discarded. Stockpiles of scrap tyres, whether in dumps or in recycling facilities, pose serious fire protection challenges to fire...
Topics: Black Cotton Soil, California Bearing Ratio Test, Compaction Test, Clay Soil, Shredded Tyres
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Silicon oxynitride films have been grown on Si(100) wafer with plasma-excited nitrous oxide (N 2 O) gas, which has a low toxicity in comparison with other oxynitridation agents. Reaction rates are investigated by Auger electron spectroscopy, and compared with those grown with non-excited N 2 O gas. Si 2p core-level photoelectron spectroscopic measurements using synchrotron radiation have been also carried out to investigate interfacial structures of the grown oxynitride layers. Temperature...
Topics: Chemical Shift, Core-Level Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Gate Insulator, MOS FET, N2O Gas, Plasma...
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This research intends to provide insights with regards to the factors that influence Saudi's professionals to take a DBA Program. In this process, it examines elements such as perception of the value of DBA in Saudi Arabia including perceived value in career development, social standing as well as other factors and considerations. Since the 125 respondents are all working professionals, our research also aimed to find out whether DBA knowledge would contribute to notable development and growth...
Topic: A Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA): A Need or Leisure
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An exploration of The Legends of Khasak, (translated by O. V. Vijayan, who also wrote the Malayalam original version Khasakinte Ithihasam) through a structuralist perspective is attempted in this paper. Structuralism is the approach that infers that elements of human culture must be understood by way of their affiliation to a broader, all-encompassing system or structure. The paper works to discover the structures that underlie the narrative of the novel, about sin, penance, salvation and...
Topics: Culture, Language, Myth, Reality, Structuralist
The use of precast concrete is nowadays a booming Industry, which minimizes the total cost of construction. In India, specifically in Pune area which is becoming IT hub, result into increase in population, directly result into increasing demand for houses. Requirement of these huge houses can be achieved by adopting a new technique. Use of Precast Concrete Technology will be the good option to fulfill this requirement. Use of Conventional method of construction for small building is economic,...
Topics: Precast Concrete, Fulfill this Requirement, Future Generation Requirement, Modern Machineries
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A compressor is a device capable of efficiently transferring energy to the fluid medium so that it can be delivered in large quantities at elevated pressure condition. Compressors have numerous applications ranging from aircraft and process industries to household appliances such as refrigerators and air conditioners. There are numerous types of compressors, each suitable for a particular application. The return channel provides the connection and carries the flow between two stages of a...
Topics: Multi Stage Compressor, Return Channel Vane, Flow Separation, Divergence Angle
Video compression has become one of the basic technologies of the multimedia age. In many applications, such as the design of multimedia workstations and high quality transmission and storage, the goal is to achieve transparent coding of Image and video at the lowest possible data rates. In other words, bandwidth cost money, therefore, the transmission and storage of information becomes costly. However, if we can use less data, both transmission and storage become cheaper. In this paper two...
Topics: Video Compression, Inter Frame Coding, Intra Frame Coding, Seam Curving, DWT, SPHI
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Ojude Oba festival is celebrated annually in Ijebu-Ode, a Yoruba town in Southwestern Nigeria. The festival, which has its roots in the entrance of Islamic religion into the town, is celebrated two days after the Muslim Eid-el-Kabir festival, known as Ileya, among the people. The Ojude Oba, which began over a hundred years ago, has since become a display of culture, cohesion, healthy rivalry, wealth, opulence and development with a dynamic touch of modernity for Ijebus at home, and in diaspora....
Topics: Regbe – Regbe, Age - Grade, Ojude – Oba, Ijebu – Ode, Cloth and Color
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In the era of networked information, Internet is the largest worldwide network that has emerged as a powerful educational tool for an instant access to information. It has made a tremendous impact on the academic activities of the teachers and students. Information is just a ‘finger touch’ away from the user and it would not be inappropriate to say that the Internet has become the biggest global digital information library, which provides the fastest access to the right kind of information...
Topics: Mass Communication, Social Media, Social Networking Web Sites, Internet Usage
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R. K. Narayan has emerged as a complex writer whose limpid novels reveal unsuspected depths. He has consciously attempted to naturalize or Indianize the Western novel by transporting the traditions of linear narration, Victorian realism and the modernist psychological multi-text upon the circular and digressive structure, and the symbolical and ethical framework, of the ancient Hindu narratives. This fabular quality in Narayan’s fiction confers universality and depth and extends the...
Topics: Indianize, Ethical Framework, Postcolonialism, Colonialism and Nativism
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At its beginning the concept of guidance was limited only to vocations. The main purpose of guidance was to minimize juvenile delinquency which was an emerging problem at that time. The basic idea was to divert the teenage energy towards a direction; to give direction and meaning to their lives. Hence, to make them able to understand their needs, skills & abilities and thus making them able to realize of what they are capable of doing. Focus was to make ‘wise’ choice among the available...
Topics: At its beginning the concept of guidance was limited only to vocations. The main purpose of...
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This paper will be focusing on the advancement in the field of technology of connecting devices over the net also called as Internet of Things (IoT). With fast paced advancement and extensive research in this field it has become an area of great interest and future scope. The paper covers three major modules namely, a brief introduction to IoT, implementations of IoT in various walks of life followed by its two major drawbacks of security and privacy. This review hence provides a comprehensive...
Topics: Internet of Things, Technologies, Smart Homes, Health Care, Smart Transportation, Sensors, Security
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Background             Thyroid disorders are one of the most common endocrine diseases which affect the physiological functioning of the body, mainly affecting the cardiovascular and the renal system. Hypothyroidism influences the metabolic pathways, RAS system and causes hemodynamic changes leading to reduced renal plasma flow and glomerular filtration rate. Hyperthyroidism increases purine turnover. Consequently, there occurs a rise in Serum urea, creatinine and uric acid levels....
Topics: Creatinine, Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR), Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism, Renin-Angiotensin...
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Mobility has already become mainstream interface for applications and end users, even the most complex and heavy applications are converging to be fully compatible to these devices, but supporting mobility comes with technical and hardware constraints such as memory space, processing speed and small display screen sizes. These constraints force applications to compromise on user experience. As part of software development till now we have been able to adapt in order to improve processing and...
Topic: New User Experience [1] Design Approach (3DHTML-Web)
The article discusses the development of methods and models for the optimal production of pharmaceutical products, taking into account the specifics of the production of drugs and aimed at improving the efficiency of enterprise management and increasing profits, as well as the creation of mathematical tools that implement this model and methods.
Topics: Model, Optimization, Fuzzy Set Theory, Membership Function, Objective Function, Pharmaceutical...
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Wastes from agricultural products are increasing from growing and processing of food materials.   Due to advancement of production technology, considerable attention has to be given to agro-industry waste management.   Coffee is the second largest traded product and generates a considerable amount of by products during processing.   Coffee pulp is the major by product obtained during wet processing which consists of nearly 45% by weight of coffee cherry.   The coffee pulp cause...
Topics: Antioxidants, Coffee Pulp, Enzymes, Livestock Feed, Waste Management
Chemical pesticides are increasingly used in vegetable crops for human consumption. This study examines the effects of these pesticides on the health of consumers in the Korhogo area. It was carried out through a survey conducted with more than a third (1/3) women market gardeners from the CHIGATA group. Descriptive analysis of the data revealed that 40% of female producers are between 30 and 34 years old, only 20% are between 40 and 44 years old. The majority of women (90%) are married and 90%...
Topics: Chemical Pesticides, Woman, Market Gardening, Health.
The mid-size city of Kota, Rajasthan in India has emerged as an important coaching centre for students aspiring to join the elite Indian academic institutions for medical and engineering studies. Every year lakhs of students congregate here and make it their home for two to four years, while they put themselves to the daily academic grind in an extremely competitive environment. Mushrooming of coaching centres with negligible residential facility compels the young students to make difficult...
Topics: Rental Housing, Student Rental Housing, Residential Choice, Rental Preferences and Behaviour
Digital sources had brought a radical change in the conventional ways of interacting with the target audience. Digital marketing utilizes digital sources like social media, emails, websites, mobile marketing, online search engines etc. Literature shows that digital channels like emails and websites are mostly used by the universities and the institutes for marketing and communicating amongst the prospective students and the parents.
Topics: Online Sources, Pre Purchase, Prioritize
In Recent Scenario, Insurance sectors are the victims of Cut throat market competition, consistent increase in the rate of employee turnover due to job satisfaction. These challenges identified as a growing critical issue before the HR Managers. The rate of Employee Turnover depends on the level of Job Satisfaction of the employee and has been proven that Job Satisfaction increases the chances of Employee Turnover within the Organization. To reduce the rate of Employee Turnover, many companies...
Topics: Employee Turnover, Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Employee Retention, Stress
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Enteric fever is systemic infection with the bacterium salmonella enterica serotype typhi and it continues to be a worldwide major health problem. Today enteric fever is causing diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for physicians in Indian subcontinent and south-east Asia due to its changing mode of presentation as well as the occurrence of multidrug resistance. This review focuses on recent atypical clinical presentation, newer diagnostic test and changing pattern of multidrug resistant...
Topics: Atypical Presentation, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenge, Enteric Fever, Multidrug Resistance...
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Conductive textile is nowadays a very popular item in fashion as well as in functional garments. This paper is a review on the application part of use of conductive textiles. Its uses are as outer garments, in GPS, textile antenna for Bluetooth, in medical science, protective fabric against EMF shielding etc.
Topics: PAN, FAN, RF, Interactive Electronic Textiles, Quantum Tunneling Composite, Fibrotronics
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Wireless communications and MEMS are the two technologies that have resulted in the development of wireless sensor networks, which are highly distributed networks with the deployment of small, inexpensive nodes. The flexibility of installation and configure ration has greatly improved resulting in a flurry of research activities commencing in the field of sensor networks. This paper studies the routing protocols for WSNs and presents a comparison of the representative routing protocols. At...
Topics: Wireless Sensor Networks, Routing Protocols, Data Centric, Negotiation-Based, Hierarchical...
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This paper presents a new nonlinear control of flexible ac transmission systems (FACTS) controllers for the purpose of reducing interarea oscillations in power systems. FACTS controllers consist of series, shunt, or a combination of series-shunt devices that are organized with the bulk power system through injection buses. supervising the angle of these buses can actually damp low frequency interarea oscillations in the system. The initiated control method is based on locating an equivalent...
Topics: Coherent Groups, Dominant Machines, Adjustable Ac Transmission Systems (FACTS), Interarea...
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The biggest problem today is the increased disparity and inequity that exists in the world. Fortunately, this has been realized and many economic systems emerged that attempted and aimed to bring about more equity and reduce poverty in the world, but failed to do so. Although this is true that the existing systems, namely capitalism, socialism and welfare state, have to different extents been successful in expansion of economies but simultaneously has led to increased inequitable distribution...
Topics: Capitalism, Socialism, Equity, Islamic Economics, Justice, Welfare State
The Bugun Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh has a rich treasure of folk literature. Students coming from the tribe and learning English as a language subject have been found to be facing problems, where their Textbook Lessons do not bear much correspondence to their tribal contexts. In this paper, a textbook lesson has been prepared for the Class-IV students with folktales from their tribe. It has been seen that such a lesson proves helpful in ensuring their English language skills development.
Topics: Folktales, Bugun Tribe, Textbook, English Language Teaching
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Image processing plays an important role in the field of medicine. Medical imaging is a growing and challenging Field and is advantageous in diagnosing the disease. As Brain tumor is a serious and dangerous disease, medical imaging provides a proper diagnosis of brain tumor. Many techniques are available to detect brain tumor from MRI images.               These methods face challenges like finding the location and size of the tumor from the brain. Reliable algorithms are required...
Topics: Brain Tumor, Human Brain, Image Segmentation, Magnetic Resonance Image, Medical Imaging, Support...
This paper investigates the computational analysis of unsteady flow of blood and heat transfer through a stenosed artery in a third grade fluid model with slip conditions. Incorporated into the model is an externally applied magnetic field. The solutions of the unsteady non-linear dimensionless momentum and energy equations are obtained using Galerkin’s weighted residual and Fourth order Runge-Kutta methods. Effects of slip velocity, magnetic field, shear thinning, shear thickening and other...
Topics: Unsteady Blood Flow, Unsteady Heat Transfer, Magnetic Field, Slip Conditions, Stenosed Artery,...
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Vitamin D is a group of fat soluble seco-sterols which is found naturally only in a few foods, such as fish, mushrooms, liver oils, fatty fish, egg yolks, and liver. Vitamin D is photosynthesized in the skin of vertebrates by the action of solar ultraviolet (UV) B radiation on 7-dehydrocholesterol. There are many forms of vitamin D ,among all vitamin D forms there are two forms with physiological activity vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol); Plant sterol and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol); Animal sterol.
Topics: Calciferol, Cholecalciferol, Vitamin D Deficiency, Vitamin D Level
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In this article we discuss some important salient features of different matrices obtained by the result of product of generator matrices of some known sequences. These features, as the study indicates, inherit some properties, like recurrence relation, and irrational part of Eigen values to that of original sequences considered for the purpose. We have also seen that, in some cases, these properties parallel to corresponding terms in the generalized form of the product matrix and hence giving...
Topics: Pell Sequence, Fibonacci sequence, Jha Sequence, Operator Matrix & Eigen Values
A study was conducted at College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar during 2014-15 to find out the water requirement of different crops grown in East & South Eastern Coastal Plain zone of Odisha, India. In India, a large population is facing challenges of water scarcity due to its huge population, diverse geographical, climatic and geo-environmental conditions along with an unequal distribution of freshwater resources.
Topics: Reference Evapotranspiration, Water Requirement, East & South Eastern Coastal Plain
Energy storage serves as a crucial hub for the entire grid, supplementing resources such as wind, solar, and hydropower, as well as nuclear and fossil fuels, demand side resources, and system efficiency assets. It can function as a generation, transmission, or distribution asset — all in one unit. Storage is, in the end, an enabling technology. It has the potential to save consumers money while also improving reliability and resilience, integrating power sources, and reducing environmental...
Topics: Important for Microgrids, Implementing Teaching Learning Based Optimization (TLBO)
This paper investigates the computational analysis of unsteady flow of blood and heat transfer through a stenosed artery in a third grade fluid model with slip conditions. Incorporated into the model is an externally applied magnetic field. The solutions of the unsteady non-linear dimensionless momentum and energy equations are obtained using Galerkin’s weighted residual and Fourth order Runge-Kutta methods. Effects of slip velocity, magnetic field, shear thinning, shear thickening and other...
Topics: Unsteady Blood Flow, Unsteady Heat Transfer, Magnetic Field, Slip Conditions, Stenosed Artery,...
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In vitro propagation studies were initiated with Santalum album Linn. for rapid micropropagation using shoot apex and nodal explants. Direct regeneration of multiple shoot bud was observed from both explants in Murashige and Skoog ( MS) basal medium supplemented with various concentrations and combinations of BAP (6-Benzylaminopurine), Kn (kinetin), IAA (Indole-3-acetic acid) and NAA( α -Naphthalene acetic acid). The highest shoot regeneration frequency (100%) and mean number ( 4.76 ± 0.33 )...
Topics: Explants, In vitro, Micropropagation, Multiplication, Santalum album.
The study was conducted in Prayagraj District of Uttar Pradesh to measure the entrepreneurial behaviour of rose growers in the district. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from six villages under Chaka block because productivity, production and area under rose cultivation were found to be maximum. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to find out the meaningful...
Topics: Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Rose Growers
Tourism plays a key role in globalization. Serious environmental problems caused by tourism have received great attention from the public. Green tourism was defined as responsibility to natural areas, especially to environmental conservation and maintaining the prosperity of the local people. This research focus on the theoretical basis of green tourism and its characteristics. The proposed research model consists of 8 factors affecting green tourism: tourism products, accommodation facilities,...
Topics: Tourism Products, Accommodation Facilities, Human Resources for Tourism, Green Marketing,...
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Stock markets are highly fluctuation and hence are generally extremely tough to predict. Technical Analysis is the most reliable method for stock market prediction as it helps predict with a great amount of accuracy. Technical Analysis basically consists of analyzing price charts of various stocks and predicting future stock market trends based on the patterns identified during the analysis. According to technical analysts, all the factors including fundamental factors are taken into account...
Topics: Stock Market, Patterns, Moving Average
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Experiments were carried out during three growing seasons of 2011 to 2013 in the farmer’s field at village Jamunali of Chhendipada block in the district Angul, Odisha, India. The effect of five different single and double inlet lateral connections with three different commonly available sub-main pipe sizes (40, 50 and 63 mm) on clogging ratio of emitters in drip irrigated brinjal ( Solanum melongena L.) crop was studied. Measurement of discharge of new emitters      (at the starting of...
Topics: Clogging Ratio of Emitters, Double Inlet Lateral, Single Inlet Lateral, Sub-Main
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This paper focuses on the problem of optimal placement of the PMU (Phasor Measurement Unit) in a large power network. Optimal PMU placement has multiple solutions depending upon the consideration of constraints and therefore consideration of field based topological and operational criteria can give better and actual result. This has been carried out using integer linear programming with the consideration of different types of criteria such as, zero injection measurement, cost constraint,...
Topics: Phasor Measurement Unit(PMU), Integer Linear Programming(ILP), Optimal PMU Placement(OPP), System...
In the budget session 2022, the finance minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman announced One Station, One Product (OSOP) scheme, based on the successful 'One District, One Product’ (ODOP) scheme, under budget allocation for Railways. It has been introduced with a focus on promoting the supply chain of local products using the Railways and making each railway station a promotional hub and showcase destination for local products. Railways being one of the most important engines for economic growth and...
Topics: ODOP, Supply Chain, Vocal for Local, Atmanirbhar Bharat
Riccati differential equation is one of the most essential tools for modelling many physical situations, such as spring mass systems, resistor-capacitor-induction circuits, and chemical reactions among many others. It is applicable in engineering and science, and also useful in network synthesis and optimal control. We derived a quarter-step method for the solution of RDEs by collocating and interpolating the Laguerre polynomial basis function which does not require starting values before they...
Topics: Lequerre Polynomial, Blockhybrid Method, Ricatti Differential Equation, Integration Interval,...
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In the present situation, every human being literate or illiterate knows how the society is functioning. Man is greedy to create wealth for the future forgetting the neighbours’ essentials. Man became selfish. The goldsmith will never do the job without smuggling the gold in any form and he gives the name as wastages and implemented in his life as a part of his routine work for several centuries. Saying something and doing something. This will not happen by oversight but it is intentional.
Topics: Fraud-Associate Terms, Initiation of Fraud, Methods, Consequences of Fraud, SBI Pressure to File...
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Water pollution does more than make the river smell bad. It wrecks ecosystems and livelihoods and is not something to be ignored. The main harmful side of water pollution is the raising of the water temperature. In most studies, pollution of water due to artificial means is not concentrated beyond a limit which is the most dangerous stage- thermal pollution . The raising of the air or water temperature by artificial means is thermal pollution. Thermal pollution is largely water associated....
Topic: Methodical Investigation
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This paper analyzes the impact of public external on Ethiopian economic growth from 1991/92 to 2018/19 using ARDL model. The result reveal that debt service payment and debt service export earnings ratio has adverse effect though it is trivial in Ethiopian economic growth while the total public external debt stock to real GDP has a negative and substantial consequence on real GDP. ADF test result shows that all the variable are non-stationary at levels or I()) but at first difference...
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This study was aimed at examin ing the impact of refuse dumpsite on rental values of residential properties in Utako district, FCT – Abuja, Nigeria. This was with a view to investigating into the relationship between rental values of residential properties and distances away from the refuse dumpsite. In attaining the aim of this research, three objectives were formulated. Data were collected from primary and secondary sources. The primary sources were through...
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Over the past few years, information and communication technology (ICT) has become very vital component in teaching at undergraduate levels. This paper examines the impact of ICT in enhancing teaching effectiveness at undergraduate levels among commerce faculties. The findings of the study reveals that most of the respondents consider the use of ICT in teaching methodology cannot be under-estimated The research was conducted by using questionnaire to gather data from commerce faculties from...
Topics: ICT Skills, Teaching Effectiveness, Teaching Methods
ABO blood group system is the most common type of blood group system which classifies human blood into four phenotypes namely A, B, AB and O. This system is based on the classification of blood due to presence or absence of antigens A and B on the surface of RBCs. Another important blood group system commonly used is Rh blood group system. This system classifies blood into two types namely Rh positive and Rh negative which depends upon the presence or absence of Rh factor on the surface of...
Topics: Antigens, Antibodies, Rh Factor, Incompatibility
The study was conducted in purba bardhaman of west Bengal to study on occupational aspiration of rural youth in agriculture in purba bardhaman district of west Bengal. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from four villages under katwa block because most of the rural youth were involved in the occupational aspiration. The data were collected through personal interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis applied to draw...
Topics: Rural Youth, Adoption and Mass Media Exposure
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This study adopts the panel data framework to investigate the relationship between corporate debt policy and the market value of quoted firms in Nigeria using secondary data from the published accounts of sixty (60) companies selected from all the sectors of the economy covering the period from 1990 to 2016. Specifically, the paper examines the effects of shortterm debt, long-term debt, debt to equity ratio and total debt stock on market value per share using all the three methods of panel data...
Topics: Corporate Debt Policy, Firm Value, Fixed Effects
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Apollonianism and Dionystanism are from Nietzsche's First book The Birth of Tragedy. This book interprets certain aspects of the music of Richard Wagner. Wagner was the contemporary composer of the Ring Cycle of operas based on Celtic (Western European) mythology. Nietzsche regarded him as a true successor of Greek Tragedy. He eventually broke with Wagner on philosophical matters, but his regard for Wagner's music remained strong. This present work celebrates comparison and contrast between...
Topics: Apollonianism, Dionystanism, Greek Tragedy, Dream, Intoxication, Artifact
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This study compared the socio-economic, health and environmental benefits of wetland ecosystem services to wetland development by analyzing the benefits, services and their effects respectively on the environment and its inhabitants, using the result as a yardstick to recommend for policy review on wetland development in order to conserve nature’s rich resources. This was achieved by making explicit the benefits/services of wetland ecosystem services and wetland development to the well-being...
Topics: Benefits of Ecosystem Services, Ecosystem, Ecosystem Services, Wetlands, Wetlands Reclamation Sites
Solid waste management (SWM) is a major problem for many urban local bodies (ULBs) in India, where urbanization, industrialization and economic growth have resulted in increased municipal solid waste (MSW) generation per person [1].Solid Waste has been a menace and Solid Waste Management (SWM) is one of the inevitable problems in Indian Cities. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) generation per capita in India ranges from approximately 0.12 kg per person per day in small towns to approximately 0.62 kg...
Topics: Solid Waste, Solid Waste Flux, Waste Generation, Biomethanation
In Recent Scenario, Insurance sectors are the victims of Cut throat market competition, consistent increase in the rate of employee turnover due to job satisfaction. These challenges identified as a growing critical issue before the HR Managers. The rate of Employee Turnover depends on the level of Job Satisfaction of the employee and has been proven that Job Satisfaction increases the chances of Employee Turnover within the Organization. To reduce the rate of Employee Turnover, many companies...
Topics: Employee Turnover, Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Employee Retention, Stress
Natural fibre seems to be the most imminent alternative for chemically treated synthetic fibres. Natural fibre based products are now getting more preference across the globe over synthetic fibre products which have less bio degradable characteristics. Roselle, one of the most important horticulture crop it could be utilize for extraction of fibre. Fibres extracted from Roselle and ramie degummed with 3% Na2Co3 solution at 95ºC for 2 hours and Bleached with hydrogen peroxide at 90°C for 60...
Topics: Bleaching, Degumming, Fibre Fineness, Tensile Strength, SEM, FTIR
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Field experiments were conducted to assess the influence of different varieties and dates of sowing on growth and yield of mustard ( Brassica juncea L). Mustard experiment was conducted with four dates of sowing and two varieties viz. Pusa Bold and Pusa Jaikisan (Bio-902). Four dates of sowings viz., 21 st October, 31 st October, 10 th of November and 20 th of November were used to evaluate their effect on growth and yield of different varieties tested. Highest yield was produced by mustard cv....
Topics: Dates of Sowing, Varieties, Biomass, LAI, Yield, Harvest Index
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Indian Agriculture/Agro Industry (IAI) is a key piece of Indian culture and economy. Roughly 50 percent of the complete populace depends on this industry as a guideline wellspring of pay and it contributes around 14 percent of India's GDP. Indian food business has expanded to US$ 250 billion out of 2015 when contrasted with US$ 220 billion in the year 2009 and expected to become further quickly in the following ten years. Indian Agriculture is a world chief as far as creation of numerous item...
Topics: Agro Industry, Indian Agriculture, Real-Time Information, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain...
The description of muons and pions and other light elementary particles in the Exponentially-damped Breit-Pauli- Schrödinger (XBPS) model is reviewed. An analogy is made between the configuration interaction method of electronic structure and the use of virtual photons in the highly accurate theory of quantum electrodynamics. This leads to a discussion of the pion cloud found to surround protons in high-energy scattering experiments. The possibility that the mass of the bare proton is...
Topics: XBPS Model of Elementary Particles, Hyperons, Pion Cloud, Proton-Antiproton Interaction, Quarks and...
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The present study has been undertaken to study Self Efficacy of adolescents in relation to their well-being . For this study 200 students of 10+1 class of government senior secondary schools of Ludhiana city were taken. Self Efficacy Scale by (Mathur and Bhatnagar 2012) and General Well-Being Scale by (Kalia and Deswal, 2012) were used to collect the data. Descriptive survey method was used. The results of the study shows that there exists a average positive correlation between Self Efficacy...
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The main idea in good pickup of the camera is that they are placed at the side of load cell sensing element of garbage bin. The camera can take continuous pictures of the bin. A threshold is set, that is compared with the output of camera and cargo sensing element, this comparison is assisted with the help of microcontroller. When analyzing the image one can tend to get a plan concerning the amount of the garbage present within the bin and also with the help of load cell sensing element one can...
Topics: Smart bin, Garbage
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Disability is still viewed as a social welfare issue, and as a result, the disabled are seen as people requiring charitable assistance, who continue to remain isolated from the mainstream. In addition, many stigmas and myths are tagged to disabilities. Besides there are many other important factors like gender, socio-economic status, region and religion which impact how disability is understood and dealt with. Able bodied persons are ill-informed about the “persons with disabilities” and...
Topics: Barriers, Humane-Society, Inclusion, Inclusive-Education, Inclusive-Society, Persons with...