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Mahesh Dattani is one of the most famous modern Indian – English playwrights. He always deals with the complicated dynamics of the modern urban family. In many of his plays, he deals with various issues like homo sexuality, gender discrimination, communalism and child sexual abuse. Dattani is one of the play wrights who challenged the construction of India and Indian as they have been presented in the modern English theatre. This paper is a modest attempt to study the gender-based injustice...
Topics: Gender-Based Injustice, Dattani, Homo Sexuality, Gender Discrimination, Communalism and Child...
In the literary arena Yasmin Gooneratne stands apart as a stalwart among the South Asian writers for she has brought to limelight the sensibility of Sri Lankan literatutre to the Western audience. Her poetry collections: Word Bird Motif and The Lizard’s Cry and Other Poem stand testimony to her poetic caliber. A critical awareness of Sri Lankan social reality has been recorded by Yasmin Gooneratne in her poems. She uses her poem as a political allegory to satirize  the dimensions of the...
Topics: Postcolonial Poetry, Srilankan Poetry, Yasmin Gooneratne, the Big Match
An efficiently design manifold is pivotal for optimal performance of IC Engine. This paper will discuss about the 3-D stimulation of single cylinder KTM 390 Duke Engine. Both steady and unsteady analysis has been done using ANSYS FLUENT. For this purpose the pressure profile from RICARDO WAVE 1-D code is used.
Topics: Intake Manifold, Plenum, Restrictor, Runner, Velocity Contours, Ricardo Wave, Ansys Fluent (CFD)
Dalit writing is always coming forward for asking their natural right. The question of identity and equality is dominant theme in writings of Dalit writers. Especially, if themselves are the sufferers. All this started from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkars vision. Dalit Poetry is not the exception to this. Though very few writers are successful to publish their works in book form, it is worth mentioning their names in the canon of World Poetic Literature. My topic will focus on the poets and their works...
Topics: Dalit Writing, Poetry, Women Poets
This paper is a modest attempt to reinterpret Taslima Nasreen selected poems from her collection of poems ‘All about Women’. This will help us to understand the situation of women in Bangladesh. Taslima Nasreen is appreciated as a feminist, a staunch fighter for women's rights, and against religious fundamentalism, which she holds responsible for the oppression of women in Bangladesh. Her courage in denouncing fundamentalism in her country is appreciated widely and Rushdie is among her...
Topics: All about Women, Images, Enslavement, Liberation
The system of generation of electricity is generated at 11 kv universally adopted, then the process of transmission and distribution of electrical energy will be trough to different types of customers may be commercial, industrial and domestic. After complete process transmission line lose has been taken place in the form of corona loss and ohite losses. In this paper a brief idea  about corona loss, hoe reduces of corona loss will be discussed. Due to this loss energy type of consumers has...
Topics: Corona, Transmission Line Losses, Skin Effect, Critical Disruptive Voltage, Visual Critical Voltage
Pollen storage is useful for breeding programmes, genetic conservation, artificial pollination and self-incompatiblility. Longevity of pollen varies greatly with plant species and storage conditions. Many techniques are followed these days to maintain the viability of pollen under storage conditions. Mostly binucleate pollen can he stored for long periods of time without loss of viability as compared to trinucleate pollen. Pollen stored at low temperature presented germination capacity better...
Topics: Pollen Longevity, Storage, Cryopreservation
This paper examines the problems and prospects of development control in Adamawa State. It looks at the concept, purpose and provisions in the planning law. The problems experienced by Adamawa State in her effort to enforce development control are identified. These includes lack of manpower and technical services, inadequate equipment and vehicles for monitoring development and compliance, daunting lack of land acquisition and certification of occupancy, non-adherence of developers to...
Topics: Development, Enforcement, Government, Politics, Planning Law
Rohinton Mistry is an Indian born writer of Parsi descent, living in Canada since 1975.He is among the few contemporaries who have written from his place of migration about India, its political scenario, regional identities, subalterns, history, cultural pluralism, gender among others. This paper deals with the social and political issues in his second and most famous novel, A Fine Balance published in the year 1995. Rohinton Mistry’s Indo-nostalgic novels, deal with the dark and grim side of...
Topics: Emergency, Post-Independence, Subaltern, Common Man, Beautification, Sterilisation
Cotton/wool blended fabrics are growing in popularity, due to increased consumer demand for styling, comfort and for natural fibers. There is a resurgence of interest in blending these two natural fibers throughout the developed world, because they are perfect complements of each other. When blending of cotton and wool takes place, the strengths of one fiber tempers the weaknesses of the other. The popularity of these blends is due to their light weight, good strength, drapability, easy...
Topics: Cots Wool, Spinning, Dyeing, Finishing
Open dumps - unfortunately still the means of disposal of solid wastes in developing countries – where the waste is dumped in an uncontrolled manner, can possess serious threat to the urban environment. Wastes are dumped in an open ground without providing a soil cover except at the closing of the dump. Most of the disposal sites are unfenced and open firing of municipal solid waste is very common. This crude dumping encourages breeding of insects and rodents, and causes several health...
Topics: Lead, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Chromium, Individuals Can Construct, Rely Upon, or Make Significant
The art of literature is not reducible to the words in the page; they are there because of the craft of writing. As an art, literature is the organization of words to give pleasure; through them it elevates and transforms experience; through them it functions in society as a continuing symbolic criticism of values. Literature is a form of human expression. But not everything expressed in words- even when organized and written down– is counted as literature.
Topics: Lexical, Semantic, Phonological, Graphological, Deviations, Artifice
A lot of labor has been put to exhibit in the Indian English Literature the strapping as well as scrawny attempts of females to fight for individual autonomy, right of education and expression and against gender stereotypes, domestic violence, sexism and male dominance. It is against such injustices in families and societies that feminists like Kamala Das fight against. Das in her works firmly establishes herself as a desiring female searching for love who is suffused with unwanted physical...
Topics: Reproductive, Stereotypes, Individuality, Physicality, Orthodox, Biology
Shashi Deshpande is one of the prominent contemporary, woman writer in India, writing in English. Her novels reveal the women’s quest for self, an exploration into the female psyche and an awareness of the mysteries of life and the protagonists’ place in it. Her first novel Roots and Shadows published after The Dark Holds No Terrors and If I Die Today, indicate the initial quest of woman for herself. The same quest is continued in her later novel That Long Silence. The novelist explains...
Topics: Shashi Deshpande, Self-Quest, Long Silence, Fiction
R. K. Narayan narrows down his fictional world to a Southern place, which was then a small-village-like town but now grown to a big city, Malgudi. The town now stands midway- on the one hand with numerous contradictory old and superstitious beliefs and culture, and on the other hand, with glamour and attraction of the modern beliefs and living standards. The present article deals with the issues of modernity and marginality, the ever –going conflict between the old and the new, the ancient...
Topics: Ancient, Modern, Malgudi, Hinduism. Christianity, Muslim Religion, Orthodoxy
This paper intends to provide an effective universal leadership solution for managers to be able to adapt to the economic environment of the 21st century. The proposed solution focuses on developing managerial agility to adapt to the “economies of change”, which typify the current market conditions, while effectively soliciting organizational commitment. From a literature review approach, the authors will shed some light upon the essence and role of leadership and its relationship within...
Topics: Effective Leadership, Universal Leadership, Contextual, Management, Self, Management
Society, an amalgam of different species, has been constituted to provide a comfortable life to everyone whoever is blessed with life. Rights are given and duties are assigned to make it so. But how far this is true? Are not there communities which are panting under deprivations and exploitations, for whom there is no sky of freedom, no land of rights, and that is because they cannot be bound in the definition of a male or a female. The paper aims to throw light on the grievances of the lowest...
Topics: Society, Hijra, Community, Humiliation, Mockery
The study investigated the influence of parenting styles on deviant behavior and academic achievement of secondary school students. The study was carried out in three local government education authorities in Garoua, Northern Province of Cameroun. Two research questions and two null hypotheses tested at 0.05 level of significance guided the study. Ex-post-facto design was adopted for the study. The sample of 350 students were drawn from the population using multi-stage sampling technique. A...
Topics: Parenting Styles, Deviant Behavior, Academic Achievement, Human Behavior
The novel helps quite a lot to know about the human relationship in the contemporary society. When the different characters are considered individually what comes to one's mind is that the human relations arc attached no significance in the society portrayed in the novel. In short, contemporary religion does not occupy an enviable position in the eyes of the novelist. For the same reason she takes every opportunity to criticize it rather mercilessly.
Topics: Contemporary Society, Criticism of the Hindu Society, Political Scene, Indo - Anglian Novel,...
The paper shows how Sidhwa's deft handling of the sensitive theme of Partition and episodic fictionalization of events through the Parsi girl Lenny's eyes deciphers the literal and figurative meaning of the title of the novel “Cracking India”. As the narrative progresses, it reveals that her subjectivity is mediated by a community identity undergoing a dual crisis. The shift of power from a British to the Hindu and Muslim centric states of India and Pakistan respectively indicates the end...
Topics: Cracking, Metaphor, Independence, Partition, Nationality, Community
Employee Retention refers to the ability of the organisation to retain its employees and it's emerging as a big challenge to organisations. Organisation culture, pay and remuneration, flexibility and job satisfaction highly influence the retention rate for any company. The paper provides the prevalent and potential reasons for an employee to leave his job and also talks extensively about the problems faced by an organisation associated with the high employee turnover. The paper elaborates on...
Topics: Employee Retention, Factors, Strategies, Employee Turnover
A typical symptom was observed during routine survey of Central Research field, SHIATS, Allahabad, as nearby villages in the kharif season-2012. The first symptoms were observed on leaves. The spots were brown in colour. The maximum infection was recorded leaf sheath as compared with leaves and kernels. Perusal of the literature, this seems to be first report of blight disease (Curvularia lunata) of rice from U.P, India. The fungus was identified as Curvularia lunata from Indian type culture...
Topics: Rice, Oryza sativa, Leaf, Sheath, Kernels Symptoms and Curvularia lunata
Transformer insulation aging diagnosis is important for all the condition assessment Dissolved gas analysis (DGA) is one of the most useful techniques and tools to detect the incipient faults in large oil filled transformers. Various methods have been developed to interpret DGA results. Among them are the Key Gas, Rogers Ratio, Logarithmic Nomo graph, Dorenenburg, IEC Ratio and Duval Triangle. This paper uses the DGA data from different cases to test the accuracy and consistency of these...
Topics: Transformer, Insulation Aging, DGA, Interpretation Methods, Artificial Neural Network (ANN), Fault...
For organizations to be successful in this complex challenging environment it is important to have satisfied, committed and loyal workforce. Organizational citizenship behavior is defined as those extra work –related behaviors which go above and beyond the routine duties prescribed by their job descriptions or measured in formal evaluations.(Bateman &Organ ,1983). The concept was introduced by Bateman and Organ in 1980’s.Organ identified the five antecedents of OCB which includes...
Topics: Organizational, Employees, Loyalty, Commitment, Job Satisfaction
Intertextuality can be considered as a complex process of intertwined influences and relationships of texts, authors, genres and the outside world. Gerard Genette uses the term „transtextuality‟ rather than that of intertextuality, and proposes five types: Intertextuality, paratextuality, architextuality, metatextuality, and hypotextuality. There are several examples of intertextuality in Wives and Daughters. For instance, in naming the governess of Molly Gibson Miss Eyre, Elizabeth Gaskell...
Topics: Intertextuality, Metafiction, Text, Reader
The focus of this paper is to explore the character of a Woman Girija in Lamps in the Whirlpool which was written by Rajam Krishnan is a major Tamil writer. The Lamps in the Whirlpool translated from the Suzhalil Mithakkum Deepangal. The title of the novel Lamps in the Whirlpool, the ‘lamps’ symbolizes the situation of women in the family as well as the ‘whirlpool’ indicates the inconvenience that are faced by women. Specifically, the author gives a description of feminism and the...
Topics: Predicament, Orthodox, Submissive, Subjugated, Emancipation
This paper enlightens about the use of varied, exaggerated & intensive manufacturing tool “welding” under the water, which was formerly just used in the atmospheric fabrication works only. By the advent of special waterproof electrodes, the engineers proved to the world that one can also perform all the welding operations in the presence & continuous water. It also laid to repair or sometimes to replace the underwater structures, offshore structures which may get fail soon at the...
Topics: Underwater Welding, Emergency Repair Works, Types, Principle of Operation, Techniques of Performing...
Cornering fluency is a prime factor determining the performance of a vehicle. Apart from suspension design effectiveness, a differential used in power train enhances the fluency in cornering. With many advancements coming up in automobile sector and the various inventions made, a cage-less differential is one such development. Reduction in weight and space, due to its compactness, makes it a vital device. In this study, a cage-less differential was designed and analysed for its use on an...
Topics: Power Train, Open Differential, Cage-less, Gear Analysis, CATIA, ANSYS 14.0
Brake fading and thermo-elastic deformation of brake rotor is frequently found problem in custom made rotors. During braking phase, kinetic energy of vehicle is converted into mechanical energy. These high frictional forces lead to higher frictional heat being developed. This heat increases the rotor temperature. Due to combined effect of mechanical forces and temperature rise, the rotor deforms. This problem is very severe in All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs). To avoid this problem,...
Topics: Brake System Design, FEA, CFD, Temperature Rise, Brake Rotor, ANSYS 14.0, Optimization
The present work deals with the study of the flow within the intake port in both steady and unsteady states and analyze the results to evaluate and improve the ability of the intake port to convey air identically to all cylinders with the least possible pressure losses. Also the effect of engine speed on the volumetric efficiency has been analyzed by 2D CFD model at different engine speeds. Optimizing airflow performance during intake port process is the main purpose for this project. Here we...
Topics: CFD, Flow Coefficient, Intake Port, Swirl Ratio
Papaya (Carica papaya L.) is one of the most popular and economically significant fruit highly prevalent in both the tropical and subtropical arena of the world such as Hawaii, South Pacific, South America, East Africa and South East Asia. Not only this item is consumed as fresh fruit or vegetable but also utilized as potential enzyme and nutrients supplement in food industry. Unripe green papaya as well as other part of papaya tree is concentrated with latex, which is composed of several...
Topics: Latex, Papain, Proteolytic Enzymes, ATPS, Synthetic Substrate, Tyrosine, Z-Gly-pNP, Sephadex G-75
“Aqua Silencer” is an attempt made to deal with the control of overall emissions & undesirable sound at tail pipe of a vehicle, before it is emitted to the atmosphere. It can be fitted along with or instead of catalytic converter at the tail pipe of exhaust system of a vehicle. Sound produced due to operation of an engine can be controlled using water as sound produced under water is less hearable than produced in environment. This mainly because of small sprockets in water molecules,...
Topics: Aqua Silencer, Exhaust Emission, Fuel Efficiency, Activated Charcoal, Environment, Sound Pollution
In this paper presents literature survey for the implementation multilevel inverter in Mumbai Local Trains. Also present latest inverter system implemented in the local trains. This will also give the information about the Total Harmonic Distortion in the traction system. Initially Total Harmonic Distortion and losses due to that will be considered for the present system inverter and various topologies are studied with their advantages and disadvantages.
Topics: Multilevel Inverter, Total Harmonic Distortion, Electric Traction
OSMF is a chronic condition of the oral cavity which results in permanent disability. The pathogenesis is poorly understood and the disease is difficult to treat. OSMF is associated with immunological changes (altered levels of serum immunoglobulins) and the effect of treatment (especially antioxidants and levamisole) on serum Ig is not known.
Topics: Oral Submucous Fibrosis (OSMF), Oral Fibrosis
Islamic finance is emerging as a rapidly growing part of the financial sector in the Islamic world as it has become a global phenomenon. Moreover, both Islamic and western countries have been embraced it. The mudarabah contract refers to an agreement made between a capital provider and another party who acts as the entrepreneur. Therefore, this paper attempts to analysis the concept of mudarabahin investment deposit. The characteristics of Investment deposit in both banks was briefly explained...
Topics: Mudarabah, Investment, Deposit JEL Classification: G21 _ G28 _ K12 _ K41
Plants control their physiological programmes, developmental transitions and responses to the environment with the help of phytohormones/ plant growth regulators. These are organic compounds of varied chemical structure synthesized by plants in low concentrations in specialized tissues and transported throughout the plant body where they alter essential physiological processes qualitatively and quantitatively. The main groups of plant hormones include auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic...
Topics: PGRS, Production, Vegetables
This study titled “A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Online Shopping in Chennai City” has been undertaken to understand the factors influencing customers’ online shopping decisions and how these factors affect customer satisfaction. Descriptive Research Design has been used for this study. A well-structured questionnaire was designed and administered to collect samples across Chennai. Due to the need for a variety of respondents who have had previous experience with online...
Topics: Online Shopping, Retail, E-Tailers, FDI
Edible insects are a natural renewable resource of food that could solve the problem of food scarcity. The level of some nutrients and anti-nutrients of two grasshoppers were determined in order to ascertain their suitability as a food and feed source. Spathosternum prasiniferum prasiniferum contained the highest crude protein content of 65.15% while Chrotogonus trachypterus trachypterus had the lowest value of 59.63%. Crude fat and crude fibre content was highest in C. trachypterus...
Topics: Grasshoppers, Amino Acid, Fatty Acid, Mineral Elements, Vitamins, Anti-Nutrients
Skin cancer is most dangerous form of all cancers that occurs for human being. Among these skin cancers melanoma is most deadliest form which accounts more than 40% of all over world, Even though melanoma is deadliest if detected in early stages then it can be treated successfully. Day-by-Day many computer based automatic detection and diagnosis of skin cancer are developing. In this paper we present an improved method using image processing method which uses statistical features and...
Topics: ABCD Parameters, Artificial Neural Network, Image Processing, Feature Extraction, Melanoma, Skin...
The research approach adopted for the study was descriptive survey purposive sampling technique was used to obtain an adequate size of sample. The sample comprised of 50 primary school students. The tool used for data collection was a structured questionnaire. The first part of tool helped in the collection of demographic variables of children, second part was used to assess the knowledge on attitude of children regarding oral hygiene.
Topics: Primary School Children, Oral Hygiene, Periodontitis, Periodontium
In most African countries where English is used as a second language, spelling-pronunciation errors have continued to rear its ugly head. Students in Nigerian universities are not free from such errors. By adopting a descriptive survey research method and the error-analysis tool of applied linguistics in language teaching, this paper investigates the spelling-pronunciation errors of students in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. It is observed from the findings of the paper that a greater...
Topics: Error, Error Analysis, Spelling, Pronunciation Error, Mother Tongue, First Language, Target Language
Instead of employing traditional Post Colonial mode of representation, the present research aims at the textual analysis of an Afghan-American writer Khaled Hosseini’s two novels — And The Mountains Echoed and A Thousand Splendid Suns under the Cultural mode of representation. Delimited to Raymond Williams’ concepts of cultural criticism i.e. ‘documentary’ and ‘social’, the analysis is comparative in nature that highlights the quality of representation of Afghan culture in the...
Topics: Representation, Marriage, Culture, Matriarchal, Patriarchal, Patrilocal, Endogamous, Social...
Meeting bandwidth demand successfully is one of the important issue for multimedia application. In this paper I propose a protocol of AODV routing protocol named as ICBCC–AODV (Integration of current bandwidth capacity calculation) protocol which calculates current bandwidth compares with required bandwidth and then forwards data to destination.
Topics: Mobile Ad-Hoc Network, QoS, AODV, Bandwidth Estimation, Routing Protocol
Dental fear is one of the most common fear, which is classified as a specific fear according to Diagnostics and Statistics of Psychic Disorders DSM-IV. Dental phobia leads to avoidance of treatment, which in turn leads to deterioration of oral health.The anxious mood of a child prior to any frightening situation may affect a person’s capacity for work and also affects the social activity. Children with dental fear avoid to address the Dentist in cases of neglected dental problems, be it the...
Topics: Anxiety, Dental Anxiety, Fear, Phobia, Odontophobia
Virus means poison and harmful to all forms of life. Viruses are acellular and obligate intracellular parasite cause viral infection in host cell. Viral diseases are observed in all living organisms including plant, animal and human. Carcinogenic viruses and other disease causative viruses including Chickengunya virus Dengue virus, SARS-CoV, HIV, Swine flu, Influenza virus, Herpes simplex virus, Human papilloma virus, oncorna viruses such as HTLV I and HTLV II are most important viruses spread...
Topics: Spirulina platensis, Antiviral, Virus, Phycocyanin, Polysaccharides, Ca-SP
On this occasion, the author would like to discuss the use of Microsoft Excel to simulate the charging of the capacitor (C) through a resistance (R) of the 8051 microcontroller reset circuits [1]. The author would also shows the  equation (rule of thumb) to calculate the appropriate value of τ (RC) used to form the 8051 microprocessor reset circuit and using the table and the graph obtained from Microsoft Excel to opt the proper RC value.
Topics: 8051 Microprocessor Reset Circuits, TTL (Transistor Transistor Logic) Voltage Range
This paper about the full duplex indoor wireless communication system using MATLAB tool .In this experiment it consists of duplex system which is a two connected device that communicate with one another in both directions simultaneously. It was on optical domain which uses a single mode fiber (SMF) for transmission and reception. It is simplified using MATLAB software and instead of using (SMF) transmission is carried through AWGN channel which work similar to the (SMF). It consist of...
Topics: Full Duplex Communication, System Structure, Software Tool, Bit Error Rate
Capillary tube is an expansion device with small bore used in the refrigeration system, to connect the condenser and evaporator. The capillary tube may be straight or helical or spiral in shape. This paper presents effect of coil diameter and axial pitch of the helical capillary tube on the pressure distribution along it by using the mathematical model on the refrigerant R134a. The model is based on the recommendation from the literature published. Three different equations for friction factor...
Topics: Helical Capillary Tube, Expansion Device, Pressure Distribution, Homogeneous Flow Model, Coil...
Communication is a meaningful exchange of information between two or more entities. In this era of e-communication i.e. the transmission of non-physical data that has been encoded digitally for the purpose of storage and processing of information, the first concern is about the security of the content which is shared during communication. Security is a continuous process via which data can be secured from several active and passive attacks. Encryption technique protects the confidentiality of a...
Topics: Cryptography, Chaotic System, Henon Map, Confusion and Diffusion
Objective This research work was carried out to evaluate the antimicrobial activities of different parts of Carica papaya and their phytochemical screening. Method Ethanol and hot water were used to extract the active compounds from dry leaves, wet leaves and dry seeds of Carica papaya. The phytochemical analysis of the different parts of the plant was also carried out to determine the active ingredients present in these extracts. The antimicrobial activities of different solvents of these...
Topics: Active Compounds, Phytochemical Analysis, Zones of Inhibition, Bacteria, MIC
The world may not support society’s current habits forever. We need new sources of energy, less co2 emissions and more sustainable lifestyles. To put it on other way the world needs double the present supply of energy while cutting co2 emissions to larger extent. To achieve more energy requirement with less co2 we need to conserve and diversify our energy sources sustainably. Bio fuels will and should become a vital part of the future energy mix. Sustainability should be the central idea to...
Topics: Aquaponics, Greenest Feedstock, Duckweed
Carcinogenesis and transformation of a normal cell to tumor is caused by many environmental, lifestyle and biological factors. Cancer incidence and death cases also increased gradually. Developing new, early detection methods, risk assessment, creating awareness on healthy food habits, preventive measures may help in prevention of many diseases including cancer. Providing effective anticancer drugs to treat cancer is one of the major requirements in cancer therapy. Many plants and their...
Topics: Cytotoxic, Carcinoma, Zinger, Natural Products and Anticancer Drugs, Cancer, Signaling, Medicinal...
In the hierarchy of human needs, clothing ranks second top most priority next to food. The use of textile for clothing known to mankind from primitive age was gradually extended to household and domestic applications with progressive civilizations. Clothing which served mere protection has changed to “Health Based Clothing”. Now, there is a good deal of demand for the fabrics having functional /speciality finishes in general but antimicrobial finishes in particular to protect human being...
Topics: Antimicrobial, Finish, Test Methods, Standards
The current study aimed to find out the relationship between depression and anxiety among parents of children with disabilities and to compare the parent’s depression and anxiety with the type of disability among children. Sample was comprised of 80 parents among which 58.12% were mothers and 41.875% were fathers having one or more disabled children with the age range of 4-18 years. Purposive sampling technique was used to select the sample. Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale, DASS...
Topics: Anxiety, Depression, Disabilities, Parents
This paper attempts to break the shield of absurdity of The Dumb Waiter to unfold its latent realistic factors. The Dumb Waiter is the last out of three earliest plays by Pinter during 1957 that extremely possesses the Absurd Theatre traits. This Absurd Play that projects the life of two hired killers in one of their missions is highly flavoredwith realistic essence which mostly is in contradiction with Absurd Theatre principle. But due to the amalgam of absurdism and realism in Pinter’s...
Topics: The Dumb Waiter, Absurd Theatre, Reality
One of the most important problems in the Construction industry is delay. Delays occur in every construction project and the magnitude of these delays varies considerably from project to project. Some projects are only a few days behind the schedule; some are delayed over a year. So it is essential to define the actual causes of delay in order to minimize and avoid the delays in any construction project. There is a wide range of views for the causes of time delays for engineering and...
Topics: The “Time Impact Analysis Method” (TIA) has Been Applied to the Study, Planning, Designing,...
This study was carried out to examine the economics of Naga King Chilli production and marketing in Manipur during the agricultural year 2012-13. The crop gained international importance when it was certified as “the World’s Hottest Chili” by the Guinness World Records in September, 2006. One hundred (100) chilli growers were selected through simple random sampling without replacement technique from two blocks namely, Taosem and Nungba of Tamenglong district of the state. Primary data...
Topics: Cost of Production, Marketing Efficiency, Naga King Chili
21  century world specially developed nations are worried about polluted environment and there adverse effects on nature. There prime concern is to seek various environment friendly ways for better present and secure future. Sustainability, recycling, corporate social responsibility, extended producers responsibility, circular economy theory is some of the very modern concepts to overcome the problem of pollution and wastes.  Many industries and research institutes have taken this concept on...
Topics: Second Hand Clothing (SHC), Recycling, Sustainability & Textile Waste
Contextualized within a humanistic concern to transcend culturally constructed differences, this feminist study articulates the voice of the fragile and the ordinary women in everyday life, unrecorded in history. As Burmese royal attendant, Dolly’s life appears smooth in the palace, as a chief manager of Outram House and a spouse to Timber baron Raj Kumar but she ends in a monastery. Her life in Burma struck a philosophical note in spite of her luxuries and love. This article considers Amitav...
Topics: Dolly, Psychology, Displacement, Alienation, Feminism
Emotional Intelligence is the key to understanding the behaviour of self and every other individual. Communication Skills with application of Emotional Intelligence strengthens inter-personal relationships.
Topics: Emotional Intelligence, Communication Skills, Understanding, Self, Others, Leaders, Managers
In the majority of digital signal processing (DSP) applications the critical operations are the multiplication and accumulation. Multiplier-Accumulator (MAC) unit that consumes low power is always a key to achieve a high performance digital signal processing system. Finite impulse response (FIR) filters are widely used in various DSP applications. The purpose of this work is to design and implementation of Finite impulse response (FIR) filter using a low power MAC unit with clock gating and...
Topics: MAC, Low Power, Glitch Reduction, Clock
The determinants of local rice consumption among households in Makurdi metropolis of Benue State, Nigeria were investigated. The specific objectives of the study were to describe the socio-economic characteristics of households that consume rice; identify factors that influence households’ preference for imported rice; determine factors that influence households’ consumption of local rice. Data were collected from 120 households in six wards and twenty four streets using multi-stage random...
Topics: Factors, Consumption, Local Rice, Makurdi Metropolis
With the change of habits, choice as well as the change of the society the demand of Fly- Ash Bricks are gradually increasing day by day in the metropolitan cities. Fly-ash bricks are slow but surely replacing conventional clay bricks for constructions. It is green and environmentally friendly material. The fly ash bricks are comparatively lighter in weight and stronger and less costly than common clay bricks. Fly- ash Bricks is low value and high volume product and transporting it over long...
Topics: Fly-Ash Bricks, Clay Bricks, SPSS Software, Cost, Construction
This paper provides justification of six sigma implementation for academic libraries. The purpose of any academic library is to satisfy to all its users according to their need and demand. Users are the back bone of the library and they are the best judges to evaluate the service quality of the library. But in general it is difficult to satisfy every user. To evaluate "users’ satisfaction” and to develop the "quality" of the academic library, it is compulsory to bring a new...
Topics: Six Sigma, Library Measurement Tool, Library Quality Management, Academic Library, Six- Sigma,...
The purpose of the present paper is to trace the theme of resistance to racism in the selected poems of Amiri Baraka.The paper analyses how Baraka in his poetry looks for ways of subverting the dominant white supremacist cultural logic. Resistance in Baraka’s works, especially poetry, is to hegemonic representation, ideology and values which tend to discriminate against and oppress the individuals on the basis of race. Through his poems, Baraka draws attention to the prevalent inequality,...
Topics: Resistance, Discrimination, Domination, Oppression, Cultural Identity
Background Pain is the nursing problem of post-appendectomy patients, they have a less pleasant experience due to inadequate pain management. This pain may have impacts that present as not only reduce the ability and willingness of individuals to recover, but also the ability of individuals to maintain self-care, resulting in fatigue adue to pain sensation among patients. Objective The objective of this study was to analyze the effect of handheld finger relaxation on reduction of pain intensity...
Topics: Handheld Finger Relaxation, Pain, Post-Appendectomy, Gate-Control Theory
The present investigation entitled Effect of Organic manures on flower Yield of African Marigold         (Tagetes erecta L.) CV. Pusa Narangi Gainda was undertaken at Department of Horticulture, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture Technology & Sciences. Allahabad, during the year 2012-2013. The experiment was laid out in R.B.D. with three replications and nine treatments separately. Studies showed that, significant effect on fresh weight of flower (9.20gm), (number of flowers per...
Topics: Tagetes erecta L., Flower Yield, Organic Manures
Today the main cause of human death is Cardiovascular disease (CVD). In order to combat this disease, many professionals are using mobile electrocardiogram (ECG) remote monitoring system. ECG Feature Extraction plays a significant role in diagnosing most of the cardiac diseases. In this paper a comprehensive review has been made for statistical feature extraction of ECG signal analyzing classifying method which have been proposed during the last decade and under evaluation that includes digital...
Topics: Artificial Neural Network, PSO, Discrete Wavelet Transform, ECG Signal, Non Stationary Chaotic...
Khushwant Singh is one of the best -known Indian writers of all times. He is one of the finest historians and novelists and an outstanding observer and social critic. His assessment and comparison of social and behavioral traits of people from India and the West is full of outstanding wit. He is considered as a realist and humanist in one and this picture of him is revealed in his work. His use of language is down-to-earth, realistic and often an exact translation of the Hindi or the Punjabi...
Topics: Linguistic Innovation, Metonymy, Irony, Pidginization, Proverbs
The aim of this study is to focus on the revival of indigenous culture of India after the country’s freedom from the British rule with particular reference to Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve (1954). Though it was the commonly found theme in the Indian writings during the pre-colonial India, in fact, was not fully explored by the Indian writers during the reign of the British Empire in India due to utter confusion. The postcolonial Indian writers have pursued it and become successful...
Topics: Indigenous Culture of India, Postcolonial, Traditional, Customs, Modernization
Since being coined by Kingsley in 1944, representative bureaucracy has become a major concern in the study of public administration. The theory of representative bureaucracy developed at a time when there was concern about unelected officials holding important positions in government agencies. This article examines the development and representativeness of the Malaysian civil service. Malay, Chinese and Indian are the three major ethnic groups in the country. In 2010, the country population...
Topics: Representative Bureaucracy, Civil Service, Public Administration, Diversity, Racial Preference
In the present work the first stage rotor blade of a two-stage gas turbine has been analyzed for structural, thermal using ANSYS 12 which is powerful Finite Element Software. In the process of getting the thermal stresses, the temperature distribution in the rotor blade has been evaluated using this software. From different materials titanium alloy, stainless steel alloy and Aluminum2024 alloy that has been considered for the purpose analysis. . The turbine blade along with the groove is...
Topics: Gas Turbine, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Modal, Finite Element Analysis
This paper presents a novel design of axial flux permanent magnet generator using torus construction of stator with plastic material for wind energy generation system. In this Generator the stator is sandwiched between rotor discs where north pole of one rotor disc faces south pole of opposite rotor disc. In this arrangement as the flux does not pass radial in the stator disc, hence does not require magnetic material. This in turn means no iron losses in the designed machine. Designs were...
Topics: Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator, Radial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator, Plastic Material...
The present article illustrates phytochemical investigations carried out on three plant species i.e. Zanthoxylum armatum (D.C) , Zanthoxylum oxyphyllum (Edgew) and Zanthoxylum rhetsa (Roxb.) (D.C). Percent yield of the crude ethanolic extracts from Zanthoxylum armatum (Leaves), Zanthoxylum oxyphyllum (Leaves), Zanthoxylum oxyphyllum (Seeds), Zanthoxylum rhetsa (Leaves), Zanthoxylum rhetsa (Seeds) were 7.78%, 9.85%, 14.1%, 9.23%, and 14.21% respectively. The qualitative analysis showed the...
Topics: Phytochemical Screening, Zanthoxylum armatum (D.C), Zanthoxylum oxyphyllum (Edgew) and Zanthoxylum...
Multi tubular space frames, often referred to as roll-cage acts as a structural embody for various types of automotive vehicles. A space frame serves a dual function of giving structural safety to the vehicle and at the same time incorporates the different subsystems like suspension, steering, transmission on to it. This makes the space frame a very vital and most cautious designed component, especially in case of vehicles like race cars and All-Terrain Vehicles. In order to ensure maximum...
Topics: Multi-Tubular Space Frames, Roll Cage, Analysis, FEA, ANSYS 14.0, Optimization