December 2016

  1. Seema Mallik
    Globalization is one of the most controversial topics of the twenty-first century. It can be broadly defined as the “widening, deepening and speeding up of world-wide interconnectedness in all aspects of social life” However, it is economic globalization which lies at the heart of the broader meaning of globalization. Economic globalization can be...
  2. Chhavi Purwar
    Ancient India, an important role in the development of chemistry was made by Ayurveda which used a variety of minerals. Science and technology in ancient and medieval India covered all the major branches of human knowledge and activities. In any, early civilization, metallurgy has remained an activity central to all civilizations from the Bronze...
  3. Bhimappa Channal, Irappa N Nagaral, Manikanta D. S. and Math, K. K.
    The experiment was conducted in plot No. 126 of E block, Main Agricultural Research Station (MARS), University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during kharif, 2011. The geographical co-ordinates of the experimental site are 15026' N latitude and 75007'E longitude and an altitude of 678 m above mean sea level (MSL).The uptake of nutrients by maize...
  4. Mredula Trivedi and Archana Singh
    A search for an environmentally safe and economically viable strategy for control of plant diseases has led to an increased use of plant based products in agriculture. To control the plant diseases, use of fungicides can impact the environment and human health. One method to eliminate these drawbacks is promoting induced protection. This study...
  5. Richmond, A., Gregory, A. and Enoch, Y. A.
    Cities are defined predominantly as physical structures. These physical structures are mainly characterized by residential facilities and buildings. Housing in many studies is considered as a significant determiner and tool for socio-economic development. Housing, particularly,quality housing for many households in developing economies is highly...
  6. Kumar Lalit, Singh, A.K. and Gaurav Kumar
    Employees do recognize the importance of safety training and think of it as necessary in a holistic atmosphere where the Organization focusses on Safety management led by Visible Safety Leadership. Systematic and periodic safety training is important for employees to understand the purpose of the training sessions, why it will be useful to them,...
  7. Kumar Lalit, Singh, A. K. and Himanshu Samolia
    In the economic scenario that prevailed in 2012-13, when automobile manufacturing units all over India were facing a decline, it became important to reduce operational costs and find out various alternatives. This paper presents the 5 days working model that was undertaken at Tata Motors Limited, Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicle Plant...
  8. Murat ETÖZ and Şaban KIZILARSLAN
    Occupational health and safety, especially with the legal arrangements enforced recently, has become a subject coming to the forefront more and more. Negligence in this regard may lead to serious material and moral results. Therefore, the fulfillment of necessary applications on the subject and the effectiveness of such applications are of great...
  9. Stephanie Yang, Wan-Chen Hsu, Sin-Hua Moi, Hsueh-Chih Chen and Yu-Lin Chang
    The population of international students in Taiwan has increased significantly in recent years. The current study adopted Cramer’s (1999) model of help-seeking behaviour, which explains the relationships between self-concealment, social support, distress levels, attitudes toward counselling, and intention to seek counselling. The study used cross-...
  10. Mosfudar Rahaman and Uma Sankar Malik
    The study analyses the pattern of socio-economic development of Dakshin Dinajpur using factor analysis method. Total 30 socio-economic variables are considered for the present investigation. The factor analysis of 30 variables related to socio-economic development of Dakshin Dinajpur yielded five factors which together account for 91.33% of total...
  11. Abílio Antonio Freitas Belo
    Several studies have demonstrated the impact that the quality of teacher education has on teaching and student performance. The assessment of the competences of higher education teachers by students is one way of assessing the quality of teachers and, therefore, the quality of public higher education itself. It is therefore pertinent to carry out...
  12. Dr. Thomas Joseph Parathara
    The study entitled “Renaissance and Women Empowerment in India” aims to investigate the contributions of renaissance movements in Indian Society. This work gives a brief account of the position of women in early Indian society and the role played by social reformers for socio- economic development of women through various movements. The work...
  13. Densy John V. and 2Dr. Agnise KalaRani, X.
    Information security is crucial for all organizations. People are using information technology for storing data in the internet. Now-a-days Cloud Storage and Big Data are common among all kinds of people. Moreover mobile technology is becoming more popular. Therefore new technologies are derived from the existing encryption algorithms in order to...
  14. Naseema, C.M.
    Stress has become a major concern of the modern times as it can cause harm to employee’s health and performance. Stress refers to pressure or tensions that people feel in life. It is therefore a natural and unavoidable feature of human life. Stress is a very significant factor in human behaviour which affects the performance and health of...
  15. Koussouhon, L., Dr. Akogbeto, P. and Guezohouezon, M.
    In contemporary Africa, selfishness and megalomania are persistent and incremental social evils. Just like in a Darwinian contest for survival, roughly everybody is turning a predator striving mercilessly for preserving their individualistic interests. Thence, in the full frenzy of their racing for self assertion, people no longer mind trampling...
  16. Dr. Nosheen Zaheer
    This paper aims to explore the endeavors of Vivekananda in empowering women and liberating Hindus from caste prejudice that were prevailing in Nineteenth Century Bengali society. Vivekananda tries to elevate women by adopting the equality of women to men through the equal sharing of divine soul (atman). He highlights those Hindu sacred texts that...
  17. Mukhtaruddin, Yulia Saftiana and Ranny Purwihariaty
    The level of tax compliance in Indonesia is still low, as evidenced by the tax gap and the low tax ratio. Therefore, given that the level of tax compliance influence on the increase in tax revenue, it should be required intensive study of the factors that influence the level of tax compliance. This study is aimed to analyse the influence of...
  18. Deshmukh, K.U., Kadam, R.P. and Pawar, G.S.
    The present investigation was conducted in Beed and Nanded district of Marathwada region in Maharashtra State. The main objective of the study was to assess the relationship between profile of beneficiaries with their extent of participation and impact of NWDP. The data were collected with the help of pre-designed interview schedule by contacting...
  19. Dr.Ritu Meel, Dr. Pratibha Chaudhary and Dr. Neetu Meel
    This clinical case report describes the management of the mandibular molar with three separate mesial canals including middle mesial canal, in which the diagnosis was confirmed with the help of cone beam computerized tomography.
  20. Govinda Patil and Supreeta Naik
    The school health service is one of the aspects of community health nursing, it refers to providing need based comprehensive services to pupils to promote and protect their health, control diseases and maintain their health. Education plays a vital role in development of the human potential. The Mid-Day Meal (MDM) Program is just what the name...
  21. Arunima Borah
    Education is a subject that takes in to consideration of the total human aspects of growth and development. It relates to the cognitive, affective as well as connative areas of human personality. It should be mentioned here that the most important and effective factor of any educational system is the teacher. It is the teacher who generally...
  22. Sumartono
    Based on the fact of the field facebook has helped promote the existence of a legislative member to the society in the midst of the growing phenomenon of money politics. Through the utilization of facebook use or financial expenditure can be minimized. That is, the facebook are very helpful to promote the presence of members of the legisltatif, so...
  23. Bhumika Barot
    In the organization employee is one of the most important asset for the achieving organizational objective there is arise need of proper information about the cost, value and performance of their human resources. This information is the basis of effective management of human elements in any organization. With a view to provide significant...
  24. Dr. Agarwal, D.R.
    Lateral India is bestowed with abundance of nature in terms of rainfall, rivers, a variety of climate zones and soil needed to grow a wide range of crops etc. Indian economy is still primarily an agriculture oriented economy. Nature plays a significant role in the addition of value in this sector that is why it has been a way of life of the Indian...
  25. Kishore Bhattacharjee and Rohit Kumar
    The basic purpose of advertising is to attract attention among the consumers and to persuade them to take action. The main objective of this research is to investigate the effectiveness of TV advertising using the AIDA model for mutual fund products in the city of Patna. A cross sectional-descriptive design has been applied for this purpose and...
  26. Dr. Varelas Sotirios
    The present study attempts a bibliographical recording of the changes implemented focusing on technological developments, knowledge, innovation and cooperation as well as competition regarding tourism and hospitality enterprises. It is an approach from the perspective of Strategic Management, whereas references are made to the changes brought...
  27. Muchdie
    This paper aimed to analysis correlation between human development, global competitiveness and happiness as well as the impact of human development, bothdirect and indirect, on happiness, with global competitiveness as moderator variable. Cross-section data on human development, global competitiveness and happiness indices were collected from 123...
  28. Mustapha A. Akinkunmi
    The influence of capital flows on the macroeconomic stability has been a great concern and examining the effect is of great importance to the macroeconomic policies and risk aversion measures in the recipient countries. Therefore, this study quantitatively analyzed the influences of the capital flows on growth rate of output and inflation rate...
  29. Dr. Vandana Pandey
    E-retailing refers to a practice of selling retail goods through internet. Basically it is a revolution in e-commerce and e-business and modernize way of selling goods and services by online. Due to technological advancement retailing wearing a new concept and emerged as in new form of e-retailing. The current era is full with new challenges,...
  30. Cristiane Valverde Wenceslau, Diana Aparecida Câmara, Damiana Pedro de Oliveira, Celine Pompeia, Gustavo Sabino Lisboa and Irina Kerkis
    We investigated the expression of pluripotent stem cell (PSC) and neural stem cell(NSC) markers in mouse embryonic brain cells at embryonic (E) days9.5, E12.5, E15.5 and E18.5, after NSC isolation and growth in vitro and in the adult brain. Biomarkers such as Oct-4, Sox2, Sox1, Fragilis and nestin are expressed in vivoat different stages of...
  31. Surbhit Rastogi, Hitesh Dawar, Sayim Wani and Deepak Raina
    Lateral patellar dislocation is a common knee injury in paediatric population; medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) is frequently damaged structure in such injuries. Treatment of patellar dislocation in the skeletally immature patients is presented with specific discussion of surgical technique.
  32. Harikrishna Gopalakrishnan
    The purpose of this study was to assess the stigma associated with ECT among patients at Department of Psychiatry, Christian Medical College, Vellore. A sample of 50 was selected using consecutive sampling technique. Data were collected by interviewing the subjects with Stigma assessment scale. The mean age of patient was 30.42 years Majority of...
  33. Dr. Upendra Bhardwaj, Dr. Aruna Goyal, Dr. Dilaverm and Dr. Nikhil
    Peptic ulcers include following gastric ulcers and Duodenal ulcers. The aim of our study is to study the various method and management of peptic ulcer perforation and significance of thease in post operative period. The treatment of perforated ulcer disease continues to evolve because of recent advances in pharmacology, bacteriology, and operative...
  34. Almeida, A. G.S., Ribeiro, D. N. S., Silva, F. N., Oliveira, R. S., Silva, R. F. and Kelencz, C. A.
    Objective: The aim of this study was to address the use of the target zone method in training to improve physical appearance, and demonstrate how this method affects the ultimate goal of someone who does physical activities. The methodology used to prepare this article was literature review. The evolution of this science has had an important role...
  35. Regiane Aparecida Santos Soares Barreto, Cyanea Ferreira Lima Gebrim, 1Karina Suzuki, Lorena Morena Rosa Melchior, Elaine Ferreira Froes, Marinesia Aparecida do Prado, and Maria Alves Barbosa
    Objective: This study analyzed incidents in the operating room related to the risk of surgical site infection. Method: Qualitative study performed using the critical incident technique and thematic content analysis. Results: Five categories were established: "patient exposure," "proactivity for patient safety," “awareness of patient exposure,” “...
  36. Dr. Pooja Jain and Dr. Praveen Mehta
    Due to the environmental issues, green products have got more attention during the latest years and the availability of such products is increasing. It has been the global concern for the purpose of the preservation of the environment. This study aims to study the perception of consumers about green marketing. The corporate firms perceive that...
  37. Esenkulov Nurmamat Jukenovich, Arzybaev Atabek Alibekovich and Arzybaev Askar Alibekovich
    Social security has own history and it deserves a deep research to be conducted and results to be properly highlighted. This article started discussing basic concepts of social security through its historical aspects. Two basic Bismarkian and Beveridgian concepts are different by origin and technically but nowadays successfully enrich and...
  38. Dr. Krishna Dorababu, K. and Dr. Radhika, B.
    Tourism is important. It covers many aspects of our society. Tourism is one of the most developing and promising of the present time. Indiscriminate use of tourism endangers the environment. To safeguard a place from overuse, various world organizations like World Tourism Organization (WTO), The Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) and the...
  39. Srinivas Maripala and Kishan Naikoti
    In this paper, an analysis is presented the effects of chemical reaction parameter variable thermal conductivity and radiation on the flow and heat transfer of an electrically conducting micropolar nanofluid over a continuously stretching surface with varying temperature in the presence of a magnetic field. The surface temperature is assumed to...
  40. Praveena, K.
    Organic–inorganic metal halide perovskites are recently proved to be suitable candidates for application in solar cells. Devices made of perovskite show efficiencies from 3.8% in 2009 to National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) certified efficiency of 22.1% in 2016 making this the fastest-advancing solar technology to date. CH3NH3PbI3 and...
  41. Serdal Arslan, Osman Gürdal and Sibel Akkaya Oy
    In this study; basically the design of a 1KVA tubular linear alternator has been carried out for a free mechanical piston and internal combustion engine. In the conducted design, the conformity of the optimization data has been examined with finite elements method and the geometrical dimensionings of the designed alternator have been determined...
  42. Thanh Tuyen Tran
    In this study, we apply Grey System Theory-GM (1, 1) based on the statistics provided by the Vietnam dairy Products Joint-Stock Company (Vinamilk) from 2009 to 2016 and make prediction values for two years, i.e., 2017 and 2018. The results which help enterprises to figure out the target in the near future are shown with low tolerance proven by...
  43. Deepika and Amanpreet Kaur
    Data transfer from one server to another needs a great ontology process in which data from one server to another gets migrated with a protocol service in which three layers are minimum required. In this work, focus on migrating the particular application data. Cloud creates a series of mechanical, architectural and legal challenge that the State...
  44. Joseph Justin Rebello and Thampi, K. K.
    In this paper we present a concrete method to estimate the moments of time of ruin, surplus immediately before the ruin and deficit at ruin under two way renewal process. Gerber–Shiu discounted penalty function are used to estimate the same. Laplace transform is taken into account while calculating the moment. Furthermore, Lindley distribution is...
  45. Fulya TAN and Cihangir SAGLAM
    The aim of the research was to determine the effects of Anhydrous ammonia application on yield and yield components of sunflower. Field experiment was conducted in Tekirdag at Trakya Region, Turkey during 2014 and 2015. Three different methods was planned. Anhydrous ammonia application (M1), the traditional condition (M2) and the control (M3)....
  46. Ravindranath Tagore, K. and Sidda Basha, D.
    Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is an important engineering tool used to assist in approximating and verifying how a component will react under various external and internal loading conditions. The purpose of this master of engineering project is to investigate and analyze fully elastic and elastic-plastic deformation of a High Strength Steel (HSS)...
  47. Koanga Mogtomo Martin Luther, Nkeumacha Ida Patrick, Embolo Elisee, 3Banai Thomas, Ntatou Lemouchele Idriss, Kojom Loick Pradel, Assokom Eliane Vanessa and Ngono Ngane Annie Rosalie
    Cervical cancer is a real public health problem in developing countries especially in socioeconomically disadvantaged populations which are often very difficult-to-reach by health programs and mistrustful about these. We therefore carried out a pilot hospital-based cross-sectional study in the far north region, one of the poorest regions of...
  48. Anthony Walsen, PraptoYudono, EkoHanudin and DidikIndradewa
    The identification of the growth hormones in the D. alata’stuber was conducted to investigate the composition (mg/l) of auxin, gibberellin and cytokinin in the three sectional parts of the D. alata’stuber in order to understand the potential aspects of the other parts of the tuber to be used as the seed. The findings show that the head, middle and...
  49. Vijay Kumar, V. and Arun Kumar Roy Mahato
    The Greater Rann of Kachchh (GRK) is a marshy and highly saline area characterized by flat terrain, harsh climate and ecologically fragile due to very low soil moisture and high soil salinity. Therefore, an attempt was made on a pilot scale to reclaim the Rann and accelerate the natural recovery process of two bets (upland area), namely, the Kuar...
  50. Sheela Patel, Singh, R. K. and Shweta Sao
    The sericulture industry is very unique and popular for its high valued textile fiber, agricultural outputs including, cocoons and cottage based labor intensive and for the production of high quality textiles. An attempt has been made to formulate a strategic model to recognizethe potential strength and challenges of sericulture in Raigarh...
  51. Ajitha Mol, A.,
    The present study was carried out in Manakudy estuary over a period of one year May 2014 - April 2015. The collection was made on every month in the morning 7-9 a.m at regular intervals from the selected six stations. In each station, three spots were randomly fixed. Identified zooplankton species are grouped into Copepod, Rotifer, Cladocera,...
  52. Prajjwal Dubey, Raghubanshi, A.S. and Anil K Dwivedi
    The present study analyses relationship between relative growth rates (RGR), leaf nitrogen and leaf phosphorus. A range of leaf attributes was measured for 17 herbaceous species in four contrasting habitats fortnightly from July to September (2006-2007). All herbaceous vegetation in 5 randomly located plots within each of four sites was clipped...
  53. Elisa S. Della and Della, C. G.
    The general objective of the study is to conduct evaluation trial of five (5) sweet sorghum lines under Pangasinan condition. Specifically, it aims to determine their agronomic characteristics and identify and recommend varieties that are suitable for ethanol production. This paper highlighted the results of the three (3) trials conducted from...
  54. Natalia Georgieva, Ivelina Nikolova and Yordanka Naydenova
    A pot experiment was conducted to investigate the vegetative performances, chemical composition and feeding value of soybean under impact of water deficit and spider mites as well as the possibility to their overcome through imidacloprid treatment. The development of aboveground mass, root mass and biochemical composition of soybeans were...
  55. Mr. Solanki, P.M., Dr. Deshmukh, D. S. and Dr. Diware, V. R.
    Experimental Investigation on thermoelectric generator system consisting couple of Thermoelectric Generator modules using two different energy sources, one is solar water heater and the other is gas cartridge heating torch is carried out. Solar energy is used to heat the water through solar water heater to supply heat at the hot side of Thermo...
  56. Chandra Mohan, M. and Purushothaman, M.
    This project involves the complete system design and construction of a SAEG to replace an armed guard. We aimed to develop a compact and highly mobile defence system that allows operational flexibility. The SAEG can autonomously track and shoot at moving targets, while also allowing a user to remotely access and control the gun via computer. The...
  57. Dr. Nilima Thosar, Dr. Manoj Chandak, Dr. Manohar Bhat and Dr. Silpi Basak
    Aim: To evaluate the susceptibility of E.faecalis to zinc oxide paste with various essential oils like tea tree oil, thyme oil, peppermint oil and to compare it with commonly used zinc oxide eugenol paste. Methodology: Three different test materials i.e; zinc oxide with tea tree oil (ZnO+TT), zinc oxide with thyme oil (ZnO+Th), zinc oxide with...
  58. Gajendra Nath Maity and Soumitra Mondal
    In modern research, the field of science is the most interesting areas for its wide application in chemistry, electronics, ecology, and medicine as well chemists, biologists / microbiologists for their commercial demand as in biological fields. Economically preparation of silver nano particles using green synthesis path having biological entities...
  59. Kumar, V., Thapliyal G.K. and Dausage, P.
    Over the past few years there has been a considerable increase in interest in the potential of magnesium alloys to be used as surgical implants. This is due to the fact that magnesium implants can be used both, as a scaffolding to allow new bone formation and also as fixative devices, to hold the reduced fractured segments till bone healing takes...
  60. Jehad M. H. Ighbareyeh, A. Cano-Ortiz, Cano Carmona, E., Mohammed M. H. Ighbareyeh, Asma A. A. Suliemieh, and Shahir hijjeh
    Olive (oleae europaea L.) is one of the most important agricultural crops production and plays a role in the Palestinian economy, we analyzed the mean monthly temperature and precipitation using data from nine weather stations from the Palestine Meteorological Department, recorded in the period from 1993-2008, with the same years plant production...
  61. Raj Kumar and 1Giles Fanny and Raval, A
    Undescended Testis (UDT) is a common congenital anomaly especially in preterm boys. Serial examination is essential to diagnose cases of acquired cryptorchidism. The treatment of UDT has undergone a dramatic change in recent times with emphasis on early surgical intervention between 6 months to 1 year of age. Hormonal therapy to induce descent of...
  62. Cyanea Ferreira Lima Gebrim, Lorena Morena Rosa Melchior, Thaynara Oliveira Silva, Willyara Rodrigues Bezerra, 2Maressa Noemia Rodrigues Queiroz, 2Jessica Guimarães Rodrigues, Karina Suzuki, Marinesia Aparecida do Prado, Maria Alves Barbosa, and Regiane Aparecida Santos Soares Barreto
    Objective: to analyze surgical skin antisepsis in clean surgeries as a process indicator for surgical site infection prevention in a university hospital in the central-western region of Brazil. Method: retrospective analytical cross-sectional study that analyzed the records of 700 medical records of patients older than 18 years submitted to clean...
  63. Juan Carlos Cantón-Romero, Raquel Villegas-Pacheco, Eduardo Maldonado-Carreón, 1Antonio Vela-Olivo, 2Miguel Ángel Morales-Palomares and Alejandra Guillermina Miranda-Díaz
    Background: Radical vaginal Trachelectomy (RVT) plays an important role asthe definitive treatment of uterine cervical cancer. Objective: To determine the conservative fertility in females in early pregnancy with invasive uterine cervical cancer stage IB1. Patients and Methods: A prospective case-controls study was performed in cervical cancer IB1...
  64. Dr. Kumari, M. J., Dr. Jeyagowri, M. and Dr. Jagdish, S.
    Aims: The study aim was to assess the effect of Citric acid dressing on wound healing of diabetic foot ulcer and to identify the association of wound healing with the selected demographic and clinical variables among the patients with diabetic foot ulcer. Materials and Methods: Totally sixty patients admitted in surgical wards with diagnosis of...
  65. Israel Jeba and Arti Devi
    Introduction: Triage is the process of rapidly screening sick patients when they first arrive in the hospital and of placing them in one of the groups like those with emergency signs (who require immediate treatment), those with priority signs (who should be given priority while waiting in the queue, so that they can be assessed and treated...
  66. Tarun Chandra Taid, Ratul Ch. Rajkhowa and Jugen Ch. Kalita
    Objective: The objective of the present study is to evaluate the oral toxicity of the methanolic stem extract of Plumeria acuminata Ait. (a plant used by the Mising tribes of Assam, India to cure reproductive related disorders) and study its effect on the reproductive cycle of female albino mice. Materials and Methods: The extracts were tested for...
  67. Faaiz Alhamdani
    In qualitative research the researcher can, to some limit, govern the nature of data he works with. This is done by the way he conducts the interview and analyses data. In another word, he will be the painter as well as the critic at the same time. This article, which represents a continuation to the previous article, will deal with qualitative...
  68. Marcos dos Santos, Alex Macêdo Teles Silva, Isis Coelho Lima, Fabrício da Costa Dias and Ernesto Rademaker Martins
    The studied company is a major insurer that has experienced some operational problems due to an imbalance between the evaluation criteria of employess in the regulation sector of car accidents. The company evaluates each employee according to four indicators: cost, efficiency, productivity and professionalism. However, the scores of these criteria...
  69. Maroua Ben Ali, Ahmed Amri, Naceur Bellili and Sami Fattouch
    Most of the pharmaceuticals are administered by the oral route which is the popular route of drug delivery. Taste is an essential and critical parameter in administering formulations which have relation with taste buds. Several drugs have bitter taste, consequently there is a consistent problem in the treatment of the patients...
  70. Revathi Lavanya Baggam
    The Internet of Things (IoT) shall be able to incorporate transparently and seamlessly a large number of different and heterogeneous end systems, while providing open access to selected subsets of data for the development of a plethora of digital services. Building a general architecture for the IoT is hence a very complex task, mainly because of...
  71. Dr. Stamatis Kontsas
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of Brexit on social-economic aspects into UK and the European Union as well. It is mentioned that for the first time in a generation there is a serious prospect of a member state leaving the European Union. In Britain, the Conservative government, led by Prime Minister David Cameron, is committed...
  72. Mohamed Saeed, Mona El-Ghoneimy and Hanan A. Kamal
    In cellular networks, the contradiction between traffic demands and network resources is very prominent, also mobile users can move inside the heterogeneous networks from cell to another cell. Aiming at solving these issues, efficient handover (HO) mechanisms are more and more concerned to enhance mobility management. In this paper a new handover...
  73. Sujata Deka and Laishram Julia
    A community based survey was undertaken with an objective for documentation about the ethno-curative knowledge and practices among the Meitei community residing in East Imphal District of Manipur villages namely Khongman and Bashikhong. A household’s survey was conducted using a standard questionnaire. From the result of the survey it was found...

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