August 2016

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  1. Mercyline W Kamande
    This study seeks to investigate the role of price information in reducing the price disparities of Irish potatoes among small scale farmers in Musanze, Rwanda. A baseline survey is first undertaken to establish the characteristics of the farmers as well as the degree of price disparities. It then applies a pilot randomized control experiment using...
  2. Dr. Mendiburu-Zavala Celia, A. Dr. Peñaloza-Cuevas Ricardo, Alejandro-Barbudo Daniel, C.D., M en C. Medina-Peralta Salvador and M. en O. Lugo-Ancona Pedro
    Introduction: association between oral and general health is relevant to the medical and dental communities. Different types of arthritis present manifestations in the oral cavity (infectious or inflammatory processes, and immunophatogenic mechanisms) involving both hard and soft oral tissues, which leads to problems such as difficulty for chewing...
  3. Dr. Abbey, R. K.
    Spontaneous biliary fistulae are encountered, not very rarely, in one’s surgical practice. These fistulae are of three types, Internal, External and Combined. Internal spontaneous biliary fistulae are commonest. External fistulae could be spontaneous or because of Therapeutic, Iatrogenic or Traumatic reasons and are very very rare. Spontaneous...
  4. HOUNGA Antoine, GBAGUIDI Gbèdolo Arnauld Gabriel and AHODEKON Sessou Coovi Cyriaque
    The article deals with Benin's place in the African touristic space. Reflection is centered on the potential at the country’s disposal to deal with African and West African competition. The demonstration is based on the use of statistical data from 1972 to 2000 and the opinion of foreign tourists visiting the country. The results and analyzes show...
  5. Aniruddha Vithal Babar and Garima Dhaka
    Social security is an investment in human resources, which can provide overall security for a person within the family, workplace, and society. The right to social security is an indispensable human right and an essential precondition for the realization of all human rights, which also represents an essential transformation from needs-based...
  6. Callistus Ikechukwu Agboh
    The effect of the present global economic factors facing the Nigerian nation will no doubt, make any right thinking citizen to be more reasonable, to nurture the process of discovery; to develop the class of education that will serve the supply of trained and authentic workforce to develop the economy. Functional education does not entail...
  7. Duong Thi Phuong Chi, M.A.
    Purpose: This paper aims to provide an overview of collection assessment techniques useful for libraries. Main advantages, disadvantages and procedures for applying each assessment technique are explained. Methodology/approach: The author performs a content analysis to understand how evaluators assess library collection. Findings: Detailed...
  8. Vasu Supraba, Aaythan Puthiyapurayil Dineshbabu, Sujitha Thomas, Prathibha Rohit, Kothanahally Mallegowda Rajesh and Payiyappanal Ulahannan Zacharia
    The anomalies of sea surface temperature, coastal upwelling index, rainfall, multivariate ENSO index and chlorophyll a were analysed and correlated with catch rate anomalies of oil sardine and Indian mackerel exploited by purse seine along the coastal waters off Karnataka, India in South-Eastern Arabian Sea...
  9. Chinmay Patel
    More than half of the world’s second largest population is directly dependent on agriculture. Within these people, there are two main socioeconomic groups- landless agricultural labourers and land-owning farmers. This study is aimed at understanding the socio-economic status and the disparities of socio- economic level between these different...
  10. İlkan Kayar, Ozer Bırge, Cuneyt Eftal Taner, Gulcin Sahin Ersoy, Ferhat Cetin and Demet Aydogan Kırmızı
    Objective: A prospective cohort study was designed to evaluate the correlation between the presence of bacterial vaginosis and pregnancy outcomes. Methods: 192 pregnant women in the second trimester of pregnancy with vaginal discharge were included in the study.The study group consisted of 50 pregnant women positive for the presence of bacterial...
  11. Sudhakar Malla, Sanjana, W.K. and Vaibhavi Chandrashekhar Dhuri
    Anaemia a chronic disorder is a result of low levels of haemoglobin. The reduction in the levels of haemoglobin leads to several other complications in the body causing acute organ failure. Stress related anaemia is also at a pace in the modern world in view of the stressed life style. Interleukins were found to be more enhanced during stress...
  12. Sohail Kamaran, Tariq Manzoor Khan, Amir Shakeel, and Rashid Ahmad
    Crop plants are exposed to several environmental stresses, all affecting plant growth and development, which consequently hamper crop productivity. Among all stresses drought is considered the single most devastating environmental stress. During germination phase, the water absorbed is required for several enzymatic reactions, for solubilization...
  13. Habib Ullah, Sahib Alam, Hamid Ullah Shah Misbah Ullah, Alam Zeb, Sohail Kamaran, Gul Roz Khan and Rehmat Gul
    Potato (Solanium tuberosum) is a starch rich tuberous crop of Solanaceae family. Potato is known to be indigenous to Chiloe Archipelago and its cultivation dates back 10,000 years. In the early and mid sixteenth century it was introduced to Europe and the marines introduced it to the territories all over the world. In Pakistan potato was...
  14. Gami, T. K., Dhandhalya, M. G. and Haresh Chavda
    The present study has analyzed the growth in TFP of arhar crop and its sources in Gujarat state from 1990-91 to 2011-12. The Tornqvist Theil Index has been used to calculate the total output index, total input index and TFP index. Two outputs and ten inputs have been used to construct output and input indices. The analysis shows that the arhar...
  15. Kavitha Prasad, Neethu Varghese, Subi Biju, Jiju V, Elessy Abraham
  16. Kannahi, M., Arulmozhi, K. and Dhivaharan, V.
    In the present study, soil samples were collected from agricultural field of Vedaranyam Taluk, Nagapattinam District and Tamil Nadu. The Physico-chemical characteristics such as pH, temperature, moisture content, organic carbon, electrical conductivity, macro and micro nutrients of soil samples were found to affect the distribution and population...
  17. Monalisa Silva Matos, Virginia Gomes Rocha, Antônio Carlos Leal Cortez and Enéas De Freitas Dutra Júnior
    Identify barriers to physical activity in patients with cancer of the Friends Association in the Fight Against Cancer - ANLUC in the city of Caxias - MA. This is a descriptive quantitative study with 25 patients of both sexes, aged 21 and 65 who responded to questionnaires Activity Habitual Physical and Barriers to Physical Activity Practice,...
  18. Abdelilah K. Hassan Sedeeg and Mohand M. Abdelrahim Mahgob
    In this article, the homotopy perturbation method (HPM) and Aboodh transform are introduced for obtaining the approximate analytical solution of the Linear and Nonlinear Schrodinger Equations. The proposed method is an elegant combination of the new integral transform “Aboodh Transform” and the homotopy perturbation method.
  19. Payal Vilasrao Gulhane and Vrushali G. Raut
    It is very difficult for blind persons to do their daily work by their own. This paper propose a system to help blind persons read text labels and product packaging of hand held objects in their daily life. This system consists of camera for grabbing the image, processor for processing the grabbed image and headset for audio output. Blind user...
  20. Pooja Bhagat and Dr. Baliya, J.N.
    Adjustment is a process by which a person can maintain balance between his needs and circumstances. The present study was conducted with the purpose to see the adjustment of adolescents in relation to their parent-child relationship. The study was conducted over a sample of 200 randomly selected adolescents studying in class 9thof Samba District (...
  21. Dr. Parameshwara Naik
    Presently in India (2014-15), coconut is grown in an area about 2,93,37,000 hectares and about 1,21,476 million tonnes produced with a productivity of 8285 nuts per hectares Though the modern technologies are available for increasing the productivity in the country, it is still managed to a great extent by the same way it was managed earlier....
  22. Dr. Vanitha, K.
    Primary education is the first stage of formal education. The main objective of quality primary education is to inculcate basic knowledge about reading, writing and arithmetic among the children. It is expected that after the successful completion of the primary level of education, a pupil should be able to read, write, and solve simple arithmetic...
  23. Pruthvi, P. Hegde, Hemla Naik, B., Ganapathi, M. and Shivaprasad, M.
    Studies on efficacy of biostimulants on physiology of chrysanthemum under naturally ventilated polyhouse were carried out at department of Floriculture and Landscape Architecture, College of Horticulture, Mudigere during 2015-16. Rooted terminal cuttings of chrysanthem cv. Kolar Local were taken for the study. 12 biostimulant formulations in 2...
  24. Abdelbagy A. Alshikh and Mohand M. Abdelrahim Mahgob
    In this paper we discusses some relationship between Elzaki transform and the newintegral transform called ZZ transform, we solve first and second order ordinarydifferential equations with constant and non-constant coefficients, using both transforms,and showing ZZ transform is closely connected with Elzaki transform.
  25. Abdelbagy A. Alshikh and Mohand M. Abdelrahim Mahgob
    In this paper we discusses some relationship between Elzaki transform and the newintegral transform called ZZ transform, we solve first and second order ordinarydifferential equations with constant and non-constant coefficients, using both transforms,and showing ZZ transform is closely connected with Elzaki transform.
  26. Pooja Verma and Sunita Mishra
    From time immemorial traditional medicines have been utilized by human society for improving the health care. In this study, anti hyperlipidemic effect of flaxseed was studied. The present study was conducted on white albino rats. The rats were fed with high fat diet for the induction of hypercholesterolemia for 30 days. The hypercholesterolemic...
  27. Mondjeli Constantin, Sobir, Muhamad Syukur, Willy Bayuardi Suwarno and Godswill Ntsomboh Ntsefong
    Information on combining abilities and gene action parameters remain critical in oil palm selection/breeding for high yield commercial tenera hybrid. In this study, female families (DA2356D, DA787D, DA507D, and LM7899D) and male families (LM9175T, LM9287T, and LM9927T) were crossed and their progenies planted at Specialized Centre for Oil Palm...
  28. ODUWOLE, Tajudeen Adebowale and ADEDIGBA Isa Adegboyeg\
    Leadership is the key social upliftment, social stagnation and even social decay, but there is no such agreement as to which kind of leadership is most capable of meeting and enhancing national development. The main objectives of the study are to find out the problem of leadership that resulted in mass movement of Nigerian youths to Europe. The...
  29. Ramesh Krishna Boruah and Soni, J.C.
    The present study investigated the Academic Achievement of secondary school students in Lakhimpur and Karbi Anglong district of Assam. The study is conducted on a sample of 800 students comprising of 420 boys and 380 girls selected randomly from both Government and Private Schools of the districts. For collection of data descriptive survey method...
  30. Mahendra Nath Roy, Milan Chandra Roy and Subhankar Choudhury
    A suitable host-guest inclusion complex has beenmade with a guest molecule, 1-methyl-3- octylimidazolium chloride ([MOIm]Cl) and a host molecule, α-cyclodextrin in aqueous medium. Formation of the host-guest inclusion complex has been established by Surface tension and conductivity readings while1H NMR and ultraviolet spectroscopy readingconfirms1...
  31. Kanimozhi, R., Kowsalya, G. and Rathiga
    A descriptive research design was used to assess the level of knowledge on life style practices among patients with hypertension by using a structured self administered questionnaire. 50 hypertensive patients who met the inclusion criteria were selected by purposive sampling technique. The study was conducted in Medical out Patient department in...
  32. Assia Djenouhat and Reda Djaouahdou
    The purpose of the paper is to investigate the extent of Algerian import companies’ trading via e-marketplace to import from China, since China is ranked number one in Algeria in terms of importation; then to study the reasons of this trading, since internet use in Algeria is still low comparing to other countries in the world. The paper is based...
  33. Mehra and Dr. Aggarwal, D.R.
    Microfinance is inextricably linked with economic development. Provision of microcredit to the poor along with other support services enables them to set-up income generating activities. Creation and sustenance of income generation units, especially for women is a significant step in their empowerment which ultimately culminates in all round...
  34. Rambabu, R., Vijay Kumar, S., Abhilash kumar, V, Aruna, J, Madhavi, K. R, Madhav, M.S., Ravindrababu, V. and Srinivas Prasad, M.
    Swarna is most popular indica rice variety cultivated in India. However, Swarna is highly susceptible to blast disease. As genes that confer effective resistance to blast are available along with gene-specific markers, the present study was carried out to introgress a major blast resistance gene, Pi54 into the genetic background of Swarna through...
  35. Santiago Nieto Martín and María Luisa Sevillano García
    In this article, I attempt to show the characteristics of the education system in Hong Kong, doing so based on the educational performance revealed in different countries through the PISA 2006 Report. I describe the characteristics obtained by carrying out a comparison with other countries in the world, and I clearly define the benefits through...
  36. Grami M. A. Grami
    Introducing and implementing online teaching methods naturally comes with its fair share of challenges in various forms and guises. These are in fact part and parcel of the process and teachers who intend to introduce online and other technical means of teaching to a context that is yet to be familiarized with these concepts should consider these...
  37. Wei Deng-Feng
    With the rapid development of network, more and more desktop applications to web platform and traditional animation techniques based on Web platform is first draw good pictures on the server side, then the pictures sent to the browser, using flash or other third party plug-in display. This operation is not only a waste of resources, but also...
  38. Dr. Shashi Malik
    This paper highlights personality characteristics of mentally retarded children projected on Rorschach Ink Blot Test. Projective techniques are characterized by a global approach to the appraisal of personality, give composite picture of whole personality and measure latent and unconscious aspects of the personality. In the present study, the...
  39. Dr. Radhika, B.
    India has 461 tribal groups with a population of 677.68 (8.08%) lakhs, account for about onefourth of the world tribal population (1991 census). The state Andhra Pradesh consists of 33 tribal groups with a population of 4.2 (6.31%) million. A large chunk of tribal population in the state is mainly concentrated in the nine scheduled districts like...
  40. Alaka A. Patil
    The wetlands are suitable habitats for variety of animals, birds and many aquatic plants, which form a typical food web. A total number of 13 macrophytes were reported from Dudhebhavi reservoir out of them 8 species of emergent and 5 were of submerged type. In aquatic ecosystem, the phytoplankton play an important role of primary producers. The...
  41. Swaroopa Rani, B. and Anuradha, K.
    Parenting styles are defined as set of attitudes; beliefs and goals parents have and put into practice in their daily interactions with their children. Baumrind (1971) has mentioned three types of parenting styles viz., authoritative/democratic, authoritarian and permissive parenting styles. The present study was under taken to know the parenting...
  42. Por Ana Mafé García
    The reality of the events that happen in Europe in the lathe to the Holy Grail, his quest and the enhancement of the religious heritage resources - both paintings, and churches and relics - show that, increasingly a more numerous group of non-believers want to know that other heritage reality. It is a fact that the Holy Grail admits different...
  43. James M. Malusha, Mohammed Karama and Anselimo O. Makokha
    Consumption of contaminated maize poses a significant aflatoxin problem in many countries including Kenya, and many people living in developing countries may be unknowingly chronically exposed to aflatoxin through diet from maize and other cereals. The objective of this study was to determine and compare aflatoxin levels of maize stored households...
  44. Juniet M. Jose, John Milton, M. C. and Ganesh, J.
    Wetlands provide innumerable valuable services to the society at large such as recharging ground water, recycling nutrients, attenuating floods and as natural habitat supporting various species biodiversity. Due to rapid urbanization and industrialization the only available rain water harvesting wetland of Chennai city, the Pallikaranai marsh land...
  45. Patil, J. M., Galande, P. S. and Rajput, S. N.
    The study entitled “to study the constraints experienced by the tribal women participating in decision making in farming” was conducted in Chikhaldara tahsil (Melghat) of Amravati district in Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra State. The study was conducted in ten villages of Chikhaldara Panchayat Samiti From list of 197 villages 10 villages was...
  46. Mahesh Sharma, Sharma, P.P., Upadhyay, B. and Bairwa, H.L.
    The present experiment was conducted using 60 genotypes of cowpea to study their correlation and path analysis during kharif-2015. It can be concluded from these experiment findings that main yield contributing traits are biological yield per plant, number of pods per plant, number of flowers per plant, test weight, number of pods per cluster, pod...
  47. Dr. Syam Kumar. Bariki
    The study was carried out in Dumbriguda Mandal by collecting and analysing the physic- chemical parameters of water samples (four open well, two bore and one spring) during April - October 2015. The results were compared with standards prescribed by WHO and ISO 10500-91. The parameters including pH, electrical conductivity (EC), total dissolved...
  48. Nkoba Kiatoko, Suresh Kumar Raina and Frank Langevelde
    Domestication of Meliponinae in log hive or simple box has often been used in Africa. However, colonyloss in these two hive types due to pest infestation after honey harvesting still occurs. We hypothesized that the two hive types were the probable causes for the infestations.We designed and assessed the hive acceptance andpostharvest colony...
  49. Vikram Mor, Rajesh Dhankhar, Attri, S. D., Soni, V. K. and Sateesh, M.
    The present work was focused on analyzing the aerosol optical properties over Rohtak during winter season from December 2015 to February 2016 using sky-radiometer data. The results reveal that AOD shows strong spectral dependence. Higher value of AOD was observed during January at all wavelengths. The monthly mean AOD at 500 nm were found to be 0....
  50. Poonam, N.K., Tripathi and Preetpal Kour
    A cytogenetic study was carried out on the chromosomes of pill clam, Pisidium mitchelli (Bivalvia: Veneroida: Pisidiidae) collected from River Chenab fed stream Gho-Manhasan (Jammu, J&K, India). Chromosomes were studied using Giemsa staining and two banding techniques viz. C-banding & Ag-NOR banding. P. mitchelli shows a diploid chromosome...
  51. Srikanth, G., Masilamani, V., Balasundaram, A. and Achiraman, S.
    Natural radiation constitute about 97.7% of total radiation dose received by organisms and the remaining comes from nuclear power sector, nuclear tests, medical and miscellaneous. Major contribution to the various radiation exposure received by mankind comes from natural sources. In the present study distribution and bioaccumulation of Po-210 has...
  52. Syahfitri Suryaningsi Welkom, Noer Azam Achsani and Lukytawati Anggraeni
    Capital structure is combination of debt and equity that is used by firms as the financial sources. The capital structure has correlation with financial distress and bankruptcy, so it is important for firms to decide the capital structure on a safe level. The studies on determinants of capital structure have been developing and the new evidences...
  53. Dr. Michael J. Haule
    Indigenous fruits (IFs) areamong the best nutritional food materials in the world. Such fruits, available in Tanzania, include Uapaca kirkiana (Masuku), Parinari curatelifolia (Mbula), Strychnos cocculoides (Madonga), Tamarindus indica (Ukwaju) and many others. Despite their role in ensuring rural livelihood and enhancement of household income,...
  54. Chantibabu Naidu, G. and Dr. Nagaraja, G.
    India is not only the largest producer, but also, the main consumer of coir and coir products in the world. The Indian market constitutes around 45 percent of the world market for coir and coir products. Over 55 percent of the coir produced in India is consumed internally. The present study is focused on internal marketing of coir fibre, the...
  55. Gowrishankkar, V.
    Inbound Management Programmes are a training method for enhancing organizational performance through experiential learning. Such programs are often also referred to as corporate adventure training and indoor management development. These programmes generally revolve around activities designed to improve leadership, communication skills, planning,...
  56. Farkhod Karimov Erkinovich
    The article analyzes the process of radicalization of religious, ethnic and sectarian conflicts in the Middle East region. Especially discusses the deepening socio-political changes in the region as an example of ethnic and religious conflicts in Iraq and Syria, after the "Arab Spring".
  57. Asegedew Shemelis Awoke
    Introduction: Despite prevention and control activities, malaria ranked first among the top ten rampant diseases in Gamo Gofa Zone, Southern Ethiopia The focus of this article was hence to investigate the communication strategies and approaches of health promotion initiatives. This article explored practices of the health sector in involving the...
  58. Aydın PEKEL
    The object of this study is to examine the relation between the general self – sufficiency levels and self – directed learning readiness levels of physical education teachers. In line with this object, randomly selected 120 physical education teachers working in Kayseri voluntarily participated in this study. The volunteers were asked to apply the...
  59. Dr. Mona Kamal Ibrahim
    The ultimate goal of teaching, from the author’s point of view, is reaching all students and promoting learning to every one of them. This is done through accommodating various learning styles and creating an adequate setting that is conducive to learning. The present article presents and describes an applied, practical model for reaching and...
  60. Samer Raddad and Narimah Samat
    Urban development, expansion, and Land use changes in the urban environments are a global phenomenon, by 2050, urban population in the world will increase to be more than 6.6 billion inhabitants and they will live with less than 1% of the world land surfaces. Political instability is one of most important drivers that effecting on the land cover/...
  61. Lewis Dzimbiri and George Dzimbiri
    This paper examines the differing ways in which the one-party dictatorial state, which reigned in Malawi during 1966-1991, and the multiparty democratic state (from 1992) dealt with economic development objectives and labour rights. While the two state formations handled labour relations differently, their anti-union attitude remains largely...
  62. George Dzimbiri
    The study evaluates the effectiveness of workplace conflict resolution mechanisms in the Malawi public sector in terms of procedures, challenges and their efficacy. In doing so, three government ministries namely; Education, Health and Justice were investigated using a qualitative case study approach to better understand the effectiveness of...
  63. Dr. Arivan Mahmood Hama and Dr. Darya Khalid Mahmood
    Background: Tori are benign anatomical bony prominences occurring in the hard palate and the lingual aspect of the mandible. Aim: to investigate the prevalence of maxillary and mandibular tori in different gender and age group. Methodology: three hundred and fifty patients from shorish teaching dental center (198 males and 152 females) were...
  64. Dr. Geeta K. Varma and Dr. Jatved J. Pawar
    Thyroid gland disorders are growing worldwide health issue. Thyroid hormone regulates metabolic rate of the body. Failure of thyroid hormone to maintain metabolic rate mainly produces hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. Thyroid disorders are characterized by physical and mental abnormality. There is no exact correlation of thyroid gland in Ayurveda...
  65. Melek TASSOKER and Sevgi OZCAN
    Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the visibility of mandibular incisive canal in the mental interforaminal region on panoramic radiographs. Materials and Methods: 1000 panoramic radiographs of the patients were obtained retrospectively from the archieved records of our radiology department.The images were evaluated by a single...
  66. Yohannes Tesfay, Semarya Berhe and Alemseged Aregay
    Introduction: Hypertensive disorder of pregnancy is the commonest medical complication of pregnancy. The incidence varies in different populations and is also affected by the definition used. Generally the problem is more common in the developing countries than it is in the developed countries. Several studies have shown that null parity, extreme...
  67. Mohamad Sheibani and Mostafa Ahmadifar
    As the world is moving fast towards indescribable industrialization and globalization, along with considerable progress in technology free from all sort of complexities, the subject of mental diseases and psycho problems need our serious attention. One among such diseases, which has stuck the human society, is the horrible economic disease. This...
  68. Novirina Hendrasarie and Minarni Nur Trilita
    The Profile of liquid film on the surface of contact media with the different surface roughness provided the different kinds of flow profiles. The existence of the surface roughness in the nano scale, might cause the reduction of physicochemical resistant factor which potentially prevented the liquid film to adhere and dragged out to the surface...
  69. Pradip Kumar Maity
    Compact Fluorescent Lights have steadily increased in sales volume as because it provide maximum light output, more efficient than traditional light bulbs with minimum energy consumption. Development of fluorescent lamps that could fit in the same volume as comparable incandescent lamps required the development of new, high-efficacy phosphors that...
  70. Ravi Kumar, D., Jayarami Reddy, K. and Nanda Kishore, S.
    In this paper we discuss, an exact solution to the problem of a MHD viscous, incompressible free convective flow of an electrically conducting, Newtonian non Grey fluid past a suddenly started infinite vertical plate with ramped wall temperature and concentration in presence of appreciable radiation heat transfer and uniform transverse magnetic...
  71. Agba Dabo Salif. I, Koua Aka Antonin, Dali Tekpo Paul, A., Gogon Bogbe Douo, L. H., Monnehan Georges Alain and Djagouri Koudou
    In this study, optimal experimental parameters, especially the optimum time and the residual thickness for the revelation of latent tracks left behind by alpha particles emitted by radon gas and its progeny on strippable and non-strippable Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors (SSNTD) LR 115 type II have been first determined. Then, the track...
  72. Usha Devi, S. and Jayalakshmi, S.
    In this paper we introduce the notation 1near-subtraction semigroup and study some of their properties.
  73. Moustafa, A. M., Azzam, B.S., Ali Salah H.R. and Osman, T.A.
    High-speed train is a type of rail transporting vehicle that operates significantly faster than the traditional rail traffic, using an integrated system of specialized rolling stock and dedicated tracks. This type of trains has first begun operations in Japan during the sixteenth of the last century and is widely known as the bullet train. One of...
  74. Souvik Kumar Dolui and Dr. Soumitra Kumar Mandal
    This paper related to an energy management system with integration of smart meters for electricity consumers in a smart grid. The proposed system not only helps to reduce the power demand and cost savings but also can significantly improve power system reliability and efficiency. By implementing smart metering techniques into the distribution...
  75. Dr. Farhat Nisar, Dr. Fayyaz Ahmad Faizi, Ume Farwa, Dr. Aasia Rashid, Sadia Sidique, Dr. Amna Saeed, Sobia Yaqub, Dr. Noor Hayat and Dr. Irum Sulatan
    Anger just like other Psychological problems can affects the individual and social life of people. With the new insights from psychology and from the religion perspective, it is now possible to attempt to present a renewed understanding of anger and how it should be managed in our daily lives. Anger itself cannot be a mental disorder...
  76. Suriya Begum, Swapnil Konar and Ashhar
    In today’s world, Big Data (BD) plays a vital role. It has many applications in various domains. There are a lot of issues and challenges in BD. A lot of research has been carried out in this domain. In this paper, we have discussed in depth an important issue, namely, inconsistency in BD. Different types of inconsistencies has been discussed.
  77. Sudhir R. Bale
    Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is one of the important pulse crops in India which provides high quality proteins for vegetarians. India shares 75% of the world’s chickpea supply. Investigation on accumulation of protease inhibitors during chickpea seed development was carried out. A total of eight genotypes were investigated for expression of...
  78. Mathews Bommella, Mukkanti, K. Priyanka, P. and Sarbani Pal
    The study describes development and subsequent validation of a stability indicating reverse-phase HPLC method for simultaneous estimation of the Haloperidol and Benzhexol in combined Pharmaceutical dosage form using RP-HPLC. Separation was accomplished on BDS 250 x 4.6 mm, 5mm C18 column using 0.1% OPA buffer and acetonitrile (45:55 v/v) as mobile...
  79. Shweta Jaiswal, Digvijay Singh Yadav, Mishra, M. K. and Gupta, A. K.
    Spices are any pungent, aromatic plant substances used to flavor food or beverages. This study aimed to detect the presence of non-permitted food colours in spices using preliminary colour test and TLC. Three types of samples that is 15 samples of turmeric powder, 15 samples of chilli powder, and 13 samples of garam masala were collected from...
  80. Kanishka, U., Victoria, J. and Dhivaharan, V.
    The present study deals with the diversity and distribution of fungal and bacterial population in various seasons (Monsoon, Premonsoon, Summer, Postmonsoon) from three different places of Mayiladuthurai Taluk.The physicochemical parameters of the collected soil samples were collected. The physical parameters includes the analysis of soil colour,...
  81. Saeeda Bibi, Rukhsana Jabeen and Asma Abdul Hayee
    Melia azedarach.L is a medicinal plant .Aqueous extract of leaves, bark and seeds of Melia azedarach.L were assayed at 1, 5 and 10g/L concentration with different time period to check the presence of phytochemicals and their allelopathic effect on seed germination, fresh and dry weight and seedling growth of Pennesitium americanum. Result revealed...

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