June 2014

  1. Baljinder kaur and Jaspreet kaur Sodhi
    A Quasi Experimental study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of structured demonstration of relaxation techniques on pre examination stress among adolescents in selected schools, Jalandhar, Punjab. The aim of the study was to find the effectiveness of structured demonstration of relaxation techniques on stress among adolescents. Results...
  2. Sandhya Rani, P., Narshimha, Ch., Laxmaiah, B. and Narsimha, A.
    The current study was taken up to investigate the utility of GIS tools for evaluation of Integrated Wasteland Development Programme (IWDP) implements in Domakonda watershed, Nizamabad district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Having information about natural conditions, resources, limitations and problems of watersheds, planning based on problems severity...
  3. Garima Mishra, Atul Anand Mishra and Shukla, R. N.
    The present research was carried out with the objective to develop weaning food using different levels of pulse flour, banana flour and pineapple pomace flour with respect to sensory quality and nutritional density and evaluated for its physico-chemical, sensory and microbial characteristics. Weaning foods were packed in laminated aluminium foil,...
  4. Sushil Damor, Jigar Shah, Sachin Veer, Jalpa Balat
    Objective. To determine the value of the filarial dance sign as a diagnostic sign of scrotal filarial infection and to recognize unsuspected scrotal filariasis by this sign. Methods. Five symptomatic patients in whom the filarial dance sign was shown on high-resolution ultrasonography were studied, investigated, and followed after treatment with...
  5. Jalpa Balat, Sushil Damor and Jigar Shah
    Background: Control of post spinal shivering is essential for optimal perioperative care, which can be achieved either by oral or parental medications. The present study is designed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of intravenous low-dose clonidine and tramadol in the treatment of post spinal shivering. Materials and Methods: In this...
  6. Dr. Stephen Laurent Isaac Mwakajumilo
    The aim of the study is to assess the impact of non-performing assets on the growth of banking industry in Tanzania specifically NMB Bank. The objectives of the study accessed the impact of non-performing assets on growth of banking industry, analyzed the causes for non-performing assets in banks. Furthermore it explored and identified specific...
  7. BoansiDavid, LokononBoris OdilonKounagbé, AppahJohn and GebremariamGebrelibanosGebremedhin
    This study was primarily undertaken to help bridge information gap and inform agricultural trade policy prescriptions on how growth observed in Ghana’s agricultural export sector could be sustained and scaled up. Achievement of this purpose was sourced through usage of the Johansen Full Information Maximum Likelihood test.Findings from the...
  8. Tudu, B., Biswas, S., Goswami, A. and Mazumdar, D.
    Tribal are having traditional culture of livestock rearing along with agriculture, Hunting etc. for their livelihood. A study was carried out in 05 no’s of densely tribal populated blocks in Purulia district having dairy cooperatives farming system. From the purposively selected blocks, 05 GP’s were selected and form each of the selected blocks...
  9. Sudarsan Reddy, K., Kumara Babu, P., Chandrasekhar, M., Sajan Kumarji Rao, U., Subha, M. C. S. and Chowdoji Rao, K.
    Miscibility studies have been conducted on solutions of blends of Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (NaCMC) and Poly (ethyleneglycol) (PEG) over an extended range of concentrations in water. The Viscosity , Ultrasonic velocity, density, and refractive index of the blends have been measured for different compositions viz., 0/100, 20/80, 40/60, 50/50...
  10. Gyata Mehta and Vasanti Arole
    Anatomical variations in the formation and branching pattern of the brachial plexus are known. However, presence of various anomalies in the same cadaver, differing on the two sides is very rare. The present study aims to record the prevalence of such variations with embryological explanation and clinical implications. The study was carried out on...
  11. Sonal Mazumder and Saket Bhargava
    Nanorobotics is a very recent field that has gained a tremendous momentum of the world scientific community at large. Scientists worldwide are - directing their efforts to develop systematic procedures to synthesize a fully functional autonomous nanorobot in reality. An attempt has been made in this work to show the progress in the research of...
  12. Prof. Pratibha J. Mishra and Suman Lakra
    The unorganised sector is a very broad area. It consists of several occupational groups of labours and needs of the unorganised sector. The rickshaw pullers also come under the unorganised sector category. They are one of the most vulnerable sections, backward, of society in need of social security. In unorganized sectors socio-economic conditions...
  13. Acharya, S. K., Das Rama and Lalnunpuii Sophie
    The menace of malnutrition has been considered as the deadliest factor causing great hindrance towards ensuring a decent and secure livelihood. Basically, the problem of malnutrition has got social, political, technical and motivational dimensions as well. Education being the basic driving force for any economy and progress per se, the school...
  14. Praveen Rizal and R. Asokan
    Tourism sector is not only a growth engine but also an employment generator of the nation. Nevertheless, it is the number of tourist arrival which defines the present status and future prospects of tourism. Further, various measures have been used to rank the top tourism economy in the world especially on the basis of tourist arrival, tourism...
  15. Ibama, Asiton-a Solomon and Dotimi, Doris Atibinye
    People’s cultural practices do not only affect their health, but every other facet of life of the people including health and disease. People living in an environment are interactive with such environment and therefore, affected by what happens and how they react to occurrences. This implies that the deterrents and determinants of health and...
  16. Paul Kigaya Karogo and John Aluko Orodho
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the challenges in financing development projects in public primary schools in Ijara district, Garissa County. The objectives of the study were to find out the major financiers of development projects and the challenges and possible solutions to challenges faced in financing development projects in...
  17. Mansur Ahmed and Christian Bach
    Purpose – The study includes the comparison between older patience having the breast cancer with the younger ones, on the basis of their survival rate and characteristics of the tumor. The tumor characteristics is a crucial to be known for the increase in survival rate of the patient. The study elaborates the tumor characteristics and helps to...
  18. Monika Narang
    Protests… peaceful and violent erupted across India after the brutal gang rape of a young girl in a moving bus in the heart of India’s capital, Delhi. Masses, with simmering anger, across all sections and classes and age groups, erupted in absolute disgust over the apathy of the police, political class and government. Demonstrations were held in...
  19. Alharbi Reham and Christian Bach
    Kidney toxicity is one of the biggest threats that causes failure in preclinical safety cases which later gives rise to Nephrotoxicity and is promoted by lots of pharmaceutical companies. We are one the verge of requiring pre- clinical tests and processes so that that we can get more candidates and innovate for them but unfortunately a competent...
  20. Dr. Devi Nair
    Background: to protect the people from high economic cost of illness and providing financial protection at the time of hospitalization, government of Kerala introduced a unique health insurance scheme in 2008. This study is trying to explore the utilization among insured people and the problems regarding the utilization. Objectives; to assess the...
  21. Vanamala Narayana, Sushma Rudraswamy, Naganandini Sampath and Nagabhushana Doggalli
    National legislation is the basis for improving health-care waste practices in any country. It establishes legal controls and permits the national agency responsible for the disposal of health-care waste, usually the ministry of health, to apply pressure for their implementation. The ministry of environment or national environmental protection...
  22. Dr. N. Venkateswaran
    The Cloud is not about technology, it is the abstraction of technology for delivering pure services. The Cloud has finally led to the civilization of services because, in the case of Cloud computing, what you pay for is what you get. The reliability of Cloud services is so much greater that, on those rare occasions when it's not perfect, it is...
  23. Prof. Pratibha J. Mishra and Suman Lakra
    The unorganised sector is a very broad area. It consists of several occupational groups of labours and needs of the unorganised sector. The rickshaw pullers also come under the unorganised sector category. They are one of the most vulnerable sections, backward, of society in need of social security. In unorganized sectors socio-economic conditions...
  24. Florida Tilton, P. C., Kunthavai and Lakshmipriya, K.
    The current study was an attempt at elucidating the inhibitory potentials of certain plants against biofilm forming bacteria. Plants chosen for analysis were Leucusaspera, Cassia alata, Cadabafruticosa, Carica papaya, Terminaliachebula, Barringtoniaacutangula, Wrightiatinctoria and Eupatorium triplinerve. In this study biofilm forming bacteria...

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