March 2016

  1. Mr. NitulGogoi, Mr. Jadab Dutta and Soni, J.C
    The present study dealt with the academic achievement and intelligence of class X students of JawaharNavodayaVidyalaya and KendriyaVidyalaya in Lakhimpur district, Assam. The sample consisted of 120 students (60 JNV and 60 KV). Group Test of Mental Ability by Dr. S. Jalota (1976) was used to find out intelligence of students and for measuring...
  2. Zamzam I. NYANDARA and Janeth E. KIGOBE
    This paper examined students’ awareness, use and acceptance of the African Virtual University open courseware at the Open University of Tanzania. This explanatory study used qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis using the framework of the Unified theory of acceptance and use of technology model. A total of 77...
  3. Efthymia Efthymiou
    Peer mentoring is widely used in counselling, guidance, and vocational, socio-psychological support for young people at risk involving one-to-one structured interaction with another young individual. The ‘Young People’s Program’ is a preventative intervention project designed to provide learning and thinking skills in young...
  4. Dr. Chauhan, A.D.
    Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. Human rights are natural...
  5. Megha P. Poharkar
    Education play an important role in the socialization process of man. The effective educational environment boost the personality development. In Indian society, girls kept on secondary place on different areas. This article focus on contents related to girls education. It also includes and takes reviews about the problems in education process....
  6. Stella Tino, Prof. J. W. Wakhungu and Janet Kassilly
    This paper evaluates the effect of conflict on gender roles in agricultural production in post conflict period 2006-2013, in Greater Gulu, Uganda. In recent years governments in many parts of the world have been attaching importance to gender issues. The Agricultural sector has been confirmed by numerous studies to be the backbone of almost all...
  7. Oruonye, E.D., Ahmed, Y.M. and Tukura, E.
    Disaster occurs almost every day and managing these disasters when they occur has been very challenging. Africa is one of the regions most affected by man-made and natural disasters and with the least capacity to cope with disaster management. This paper examines the challenges of disaster management and how to strengthen capacity building of...
  8. Ancy, V. P. and Dr. Raju, K.V.
    The fishing industry not only acts as foreign exchange earner but also plays an important role in Kerala economy. This study analyses the issues of seafood processing export industry and examines the state’s position in the international market. The study employs, non-parametric tests, Kruskal Wallis H Statistic test to rank the various...
  9. Antônio Cordeiro de Santana, Mário Miguel Amin, Nilson Luiz Costa, Ádamo Lima de Santana, Marcos Antônio de Souza Santos
    The aim of this study is to estimate the economic value and marketing margins of round wood from managed areas. A positive economic value indicates economic viability of the activity. Besides generating a positive margin, in the case of this supply chain, the values are relatively higher than those generated by competing agricultural activities...
  10. Hussen Kemal and Dr. Aemero Asmamaw
    This study relies on assessing of prisoners’ criminal thinking, perceptions of quality of their life in prison and their level of depression. It was carried out in Jimma Zone Correctional Center (JZCC). Out of 741 prisoners 253 were recruited by the sample size estimation formula. Regarding length of time they spent in prison, they were...
  11. Dereck .O. Arubayi and Diana .O. Arubayi
    Theoretical advancements in gender-related literature has witnessed discursive shifts. Chronologically on a global level, gender theorising has advanced from the welfare approach (WA), women in development (WID), gender and development (GAD), women and development (WAD), the efficiency approach, empowerment approach, the gender and environment (...
  12. Hillary I. Ekemam
    The Nigerian judiciary is currently faced with a critical and historical role of killing or saving her democracy through its rulings on petitions arising from the post-2015 gubernatorial elections. This paper focuses on the contradictory post-2015 State Election Tribunal rulings in Nigeria and its implications for Nigeria’s Democracy. Our...
  13. PriyankaTariyal
    The study attempts to evaluate sectoral linkages of the service sectorof Indian economy by means of input output analysis. The data source of the study is the input output table consisting 130 sectors for the year 2007-08 (published in 2012) prepared by CSO which, for the purpose of analysis has been consolidated to 20sectors.By means of input...
  14. Ajit Singh Naosekpam and Rupinder Tewari
    India and China are emerging as leading economies of the world. The robust economic growth of these two countries is largely attributed to the significant progress in the domains of science and technology. China and India share similarities in population size, market size, natural resources, investment risk and market entry barriers. In spite of...
  15. Dr. Rajasekar, S. and Sweta Agarwal
    E-commerce involves an online transaction. E-commerce provides multiple benefits to the consumers in form of availability of goods at lower cost, wider choice and saves time. The general category of ecommerce can be broken down into two parts: E-Merchandise & E-finance. Many companies, organizations, and communities in India are doing business...
  16. Kusam Devgan
    The conductivity of Polyethylene Naphthalate (PEN) pristine and irradiated with silver ions (120MeV) having fluence range of 1x1011 ions/cm2 to 6x1011 ions/cm2 have been studied using dielectric studies. The analysis of dielectric studies point toward that hopping process is the main mode for electronic conduction in the polymer.
  17. Deshpande YogeshwarNilkanth, Joshi Dnyanesh Sudhakarrao, KandekarSudhirMoreshwar and Ginode Atul Govind
    Ayurveda has its unique concepts and methods to deal with the disease. These concepts are as useful in present context as they were 5 thousand years back. Bhaishajya sevan kaal(Times of oral administration of medicine) is one of these concepts which is very unique & plays important role in treatment of any disease. Charak has mentioned 10...
  18. Dr. Luxita Sharma and Sonakshi Agarwal
    Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the one of major cause of deaths globally (WHO, 2011). Cardiovascular Disease is a general term describing disease of the Heart and Blood vessels. Cardiovascular Disease is a class of diseases that involve the Heart and Blood vessels (WHO 2011). Cardiovascular Disease generally refers to conditions that involve...
  19. Najma Mobin
    The Palmaris longus muscle is the most suitable autograft material for various reconstructive surgeries. Keeping this in view the present cadaveric study was undertaken. The study was carried out in the Department of Anatomy, JSS Medical College, Mysore, Karnataka State, India. The Palmaris longus muscle was dissected in 30 adult embalmed cadavers...
  20. Arulmurugan, A., Nandini, R., Jayasri, P., Rahini, E. and Priyanka, B.
    Keyword Search is an emerging field and other way of dealing with traditional SQL querying in relational database with larger datasets. Keyword search as possible in co-related database simply you can type in words that describe your research topic and retrieve records containing those search terms. Keyword search enable user to produce result in...
  21. Menicagli, R., Duca, M., Rancoita, P.M. and Arizzi, C.
    OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study is determinate with a semi quantitative method (dipsticks), the oxidative stress, produced by exposure to dyes of hairdressers, measuring the concentration of salivary malondialdehyde (MDA). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Saliva samples are provided by the hairdressers and a control group. The values of MDA are...
  22. Lesego Selotlegeng and Lingzhong Xu
    Background: With recent rapid development, Botswana has been a host country to migrant workers from various countries and regions of the world for many years. The aim of this study is to investigate the sexual behavior of migrant workers in Botswana and determine the risk factors for unsafe sex. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted (n =...
  23. Dr. DharmveerJajra, Dr. Ritu Gaur, Dr. Dinesh Sodhi and Dr. Ashok Kumar
    The demographic, epidemiological, and economic transition in India has changed the health scenario in a significant way during the last two decades. Because of this transition, the non-communicable diseases and injuries lie on the forefront of health care delivery system. Among all types of injury, head injury has serious consequences and major...
  24. Dr. Agnes Mathew and Dr. Mathew, T. V.
    Introduction: Emotional Intelligence (EI) is essential for a competent physician. The present study was taken up to see the need for training in EI among medical students as a group. It was hypothesized that analysis of the individual scores obtained from the students could give a scoring of the whole group and show if training is needed. Aim: To...
  25. Vu Minh Tan, Luc Van Thu and Le Xuan Que
    Water extract of green tea byproducts was examined as a corrosion inhibitor for mild steel in H2SO4 acid solution using the open circuit potential (Eoc) measurement, the polarization technique and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. The Eoc measurement and polarization studies showed a strong corrosion inhibition of the extract. Eoc and the...
  26. Amel Ramadan Omar and Ahmed I. Dakrory
    The aim of this study is to analyzed the three nervi; terminalis, vomeronasalis and olfactorius emerging from the olfactory apparatus. The lizard Chacidessepoides was collected from Sinai and was undergone to permanent histological preparation. Through the examination of the olfactory apparatus of this species resulted in the vomeronasal organ is...
  27. Ajith, M.P. and Prince Sebastian
    The temperature anomalies imposed different ecological and breeding diversification over the butterfly community. The study was conducted independently at different temperature conditions. The fecundity of common crow butterfly varied in different In-vitro climatic temperature. The minimum yield of egg and adult was obtained at high temperature -...
  28. Annasaheb bhujbal, Prakash Kanade, Vipul Bhujbal, Rameshwar Pawar and Daivashala Shelke
    From the patients visiting to surgical OPD many patients are with pain at anal region. Among these patients with pain at anal region most are with parikartika a disease described by Sushruta. In the condition parikartika there is cutting pain at anal region with a longitudinal ulcer at anal margin. Similar condition described as fissure in ano in...
  29. Andoji, Y.S. and Chougule, P.M.
    The mycoflora from the bed of river Krishna at Sangli was studied at three different locations viz., Right Bank, Center and Left Bank from January 2014 to December 2015. Twenty six soil samples were collected from surface, 10, 15, and 25 cm depth. The mycoflora were isolated by using soil dilution and soil plate method. Out of the 75 strains of...
  30. Nenny, Muh. Saleh Pallu, Arsyad Thaha, M. and Farouk Maricar
    Rivers posses dynamic characteristics that may change accordingly. During equilibrium state, the river flow can be potentially disrupted by the presence of bridge piers causes changing in the patterns of river flow and vortex formation around the pillar which eventually results in pillar scour. This study aims to determine the effect of the water...
  31. Abaedha Susan Kuriakose, Midhun K Roy Dr. Rosh P., Abaedha Susan Kuriakose, Lejo Jacob A. and Jeena Beegum N
    Neuropathic pain is defined as "pain initiated or caused by a primary lesion or dysfunction in the nervous system." Painful diabetic neuropathy (PDN) affects 16% of patients with diabetes, and it is frequently unreported (12.5%) and more frequently untreated (39%). Neuropathic pain is poorly managed by NSAIDs, and opioids have limited...
  32. Swapan K. Tripathy, D.R. Mishra, N. Senapati, S. K. Mohanty, Kartik Ch. Pradhan, M. Jena, S. Dash, G. B. Dash, P. K. Nayak, M. R. Mohanty and S. Panda
    Character association and path coefficient analysis were carried out in a set of sesame genotypes collected from different states of India. Capsules/plant followed by plant height, days to cessation of flowering, period of flowering, capsule length, height to first capsule and seeds/capsule revealed significant positive correlation with seed yield...
  33. Ljuben Poposki and Silvana Pasovska
    Initial production and use of tobacco in manufacture of cigarettes and other tobacco products for the needs of smokers has moved from rejection to privilegization, to eventually end as mass production worldwide. Cigarettesmoking is accepted by all social classes, both by men and women, and does not recognize any religious limitations.Smoking...
  34. Dr. Wasnik Sumedh Vyankatesh and Dr. Bhujbal Annasaheb Ashok, Dr. Dhalape Rupali Suhas and Dr. Naik Tanuja Marotrao
    Ayurveda, Science of life, whose traces can be found in the earliest scripts of India, is steeped in the prehistoric tradition. Ayurveda has got eight speciality, among them shalyatantra [surgery]has been important and modified branch since ancient era. Acharya Sushrut, known as the father of surgery, described Sandhan Karma, which can be...
  35. Zainur Hidayah and Tamjuddin
    Ownership or control of access to resources could give or make another organization depends on the organization. This condition causes resources owner's organization with its access to be more dominant compared to other organizations which need those resources or can be called asymmetric power. Previous studies show that asymmetric power could...
  36. Hiwot Digafe Berihun
    The research aimed at obtaining a detail idea about the various end uses of energy consumption activities and identifying, and evaluating the possible energy saving opportunities. Longitudinal design method was employed starting from October of 2013 to June of 2015. The findings of the research indicated the presence of various types of energy...
  37. David, J.
    An investigation was carried out with an attempt to develop Peanut Paneer by partial addition of Peanut milk and skim milk. For control, (T0) Peanut milk was standardized to 6% fat and 9% SNF and treatment (T1) was standardized to a ratio of 50:50 (PM:SM),T2 60:40 (PM:SM) and T3 (70:30) (PM:SM). The Peanut Paneer samples of different treatments...
  38. Dr. Narotham Reddy, K., Siddarama, R., Shree Hari, H., Bushrah Anjum, B., Venkata Subbaiah, M.
    A study was undertaken by utilizing different levels of Paneer Whey(i.e. 0.5%, 1%, and 1.5%) for manufacturing of good quality Carrot Halwa. Grated carrot and a mixture of Ghee, Sugar, cardamom, and cashewnut were used as other ingredients. The quality of Halwa was highly influenced by Carrot and their concentration in whey. Whey greatly improved...
  39. Tulika Mishra
    Science and technology have crucial role to play in promoting peace, conflict resolution and progress. Peace is not just absence of war but it also involves promotion of many activities to ensure growth, consciousness and satisfaction between countries, within the country, in the immediate society and in the families. Public health, utilization...
  40. Rantlo, A.M., Raleting, P.M. and Obi, A.
    This paper investigated institutional factors influencing vegetable production in six small-scale vegetable projects in Alice town in the Nkonkobe Municipality of Eastern Cape of South Africa. Amidst worsening poverty in the wider society it was the intention to know how vegetable production can contribute to enhancing food security and if it is...
  41. Akanbi Olusola Olateju, Adeoti Moses Layi, Oguntola Adetunji Saliu, Onilede David Adekunle, Aderounmu Adebimpe O. Atilola and Olawale Lateef Idris
    Operation notes are important medical records that document operative procedures, intra operative findings, subsequent care and plan for the patients. The value of quality operation notes for academic, research, clinical auditing and when medical litigation arises cannot be disputed. These notes when properly documented will help to promote prompt...
  42. Navya Chandran
    The inclusion of Dalits in the Brahminical discourses adopted the strategy of “reformist – liberalism”. Having entered into it, Dalit literature has not merged into it, but has changed it. Through Dalit literature, the Dalit subaltern has now appeared in literature as a speaking subject but this subaltern’s speech is not...
  43. Pritam Dey, Sheik Farid, Sudeep Sarkar and Ms. N. Senthamarai
    Technician services using real time GPS tracking which is basically an android application. What makes it special is the way it works or we can say as it comes to play in our daily basic needs, how a small application can save a plenty of your daily time. What it does is it locates all the available technicians around you using Location based...
  44. Usha Rani, C.K. and Jeyanthi, Y.
    Kanyakumari District consists of four taluksAgasteeswaram, Kalkulam, Thovalai and Vilavancode. People of this taluk traditionally are co-existing with their native environment and depend on plants and plant products for health and treatment of diseases. Jaundice is the commonest ailments affecting the citizens. An ethnobotanical survey of Plants...
  45. Dr. Meer Juned Ali and Dr. Supratim Tripathi
    Dental cements are the most widely accepted and used dental materials with varied cemistry and worknig. This article deals with the basic concepts of using the cements and that there are certain concepts to be taken care of to provide the best results in the favour of the patient.
  46. Padmaja M. Chougule and Yogesh S. Andoji
    Twenty isolates of Fusarium oxysporum causing wilt of tomato were recorded for its cultural and morphological variations. The Fusarium oxysporum isolates Fs4 , Fs8 , Fs 11 , Fs12 , Fs14 , Fs15 , Fs16 , Fs17 , Fs19 , Fs20 having the radial colony growth between diameter of 86 mm to 90 mm were among the fast growing category whereas isolates Fs1 ,...
  47. ChandraSekhar, A., Ch.Pragathi and Ashok Kumar
    Multiple encryptions in a practical system refers to encrypting the data more than once i.e., encrypting the data twice or trice to increase the security levels. As long as the cipher is unbreakable the encryption schemes remains strong. In view of the known attacks encrypting the data more than once will strengthen the security levels. In this...
  48. Padmaja M. Chougule and Yogesh S. Andoji
    Biopesticides are mostly used to control fungal plant diseases because of their ecofriendly nature and their cost effectiveness. The present study focused on antifungal activity of solvent based plant extracts of common medicinal plants Azadirachta indica ,Tinospora cordifolia, Oscimum sanctum, Justicia adhatoda , Catharanthus roseus, Aegle...
  49. Rashmi verma
    A 27 year old pregnant lady , married for 4 years,para2,at 37 weeks of gestation presented to the outpatient clinic in katihar medical college and hospital with chief complaints of vague abdominal pain.on per speculum examination a reddish ulcerative growth on cervix filling the vagina was found.punch biopsy was done and the histopathological...
  50. Akanbi Olusola Olateju, Adeoti Moses Layi, Ajiboye Olayemi Anthony Habeeb Olufemi Gbenga, Aremu A Ademola, and Akinloye Tayewo Adebisi
    Breast cancer remains the most common cancer related cause of death among women. Late diagnosis and presentation seen among our patients reflect paucity of knowledge about breast cancer and breast cancer screening programmes. This study determines the knowledge based of our university undergraduate female students about breast cancer and breast...
  51. Preethy, T.T., Renisha Jayarajan Mannambeth and Aswathi, K.K.
    Rice is the staple food in Asia and is the single biggest user of fresh water Amudha et al., 2009). The declining availability of water threatens the traditional way of irrigated rice production and necessitates water use efficiency in rice production. Aerobic rice system is the cultivation of high yielding varieties in unpuddled, unsaturated soil...
  52. Nasibova, A. N. and Khalilov, R. I.
    The submitted article was dedicated to research of biosynthesis and generation of metal nanoparticles in Punica Granatum. Researches carried out with dried leaves, bark and extracts made from the leaves and fruits. Our study was carried out in two directions: biosynthesis of nanoparticles was carried out by using plant extracts and metallic salts...
  53. Dr. Nabeel Mushtaque Ahmed, Dr. Ashish Srivastava, Dr. Vinay Pandey, Dr. Nadeem Mushatque Ahmed and Dr. Aiman Fatima
    The prevalence of HIV is increasing in countries where neurocysticercosis is endemic. Co-infection rates are expected to rise; however, no systematic reviews of the subject are available. We performed a literature review of neurocysticercosis (NCC) occurring in HIV-infected patients and described the clinical and immunophenotypic characteristics...
  54. Harishankar Sahu, Akanksha Negi, Shivin Sultan, Neha Bala and Sagar Sahu
    Pharmaceutical education is a dynamic professional education for the development of country, individual and with a view to protect public health. This article represent current scenario of pharmacy in India, lack of awareness about advanced pharmaceutical technology and industry institution interaction, scope for pharmacist in hospital,...

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