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  1. Halim, Makmur Jaya Arma, La Karimuna, Fransiscus Suraman Rembon and Resman
    This research was conducted in the Field Laboratory of Agriculture Faculty, Halu Oleo University, District Kambu, Regency of Kendari, Province of Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. The objectives of the research was determined the impact of mycorrhiza fungi and bokashi fertilizer to weed density, growth and yield of maize. The research was conducted...
  2. Mohd Shuaib Siddiqui and Dr. Aftab Alam
    Rural Marketing is defined as any marketing activity in which the one dominant participant is from a rural area. This implies that rural marketing consists of marketing of inputs (products or services) to the rural as well as marketing of outputs from the rural markets to other geographical areas. Rural marketing is a very wider term in itself. It...
  3. Mahipal Singh Sankhla, Mayuri Kumari, Manisha Nanadan and Rajeev Kumar
    Diatom frustules continue examined commonly during autopsies of deaths due to drowning. Diatoms are unicellular microorganisms which are commonly found in almost all water bodies. Their silica wall plays significant tool in forensic diatomology. Diatom analysis has been suggested to provide supportive evidence of drowning but the consistency and...
  4. Dr. Hemalatha, A.V.
    For long years, Women and their welfare has been a matter of concern for development thinkers, planners, policy makers and administrators. How well they can be protected and what steps can be adopted for bringing them to the forefront of development were the agenda of the policy makers. A real transformation takes place if women participation and...
  5. Dharmalingam, N. and Dr. Balanaga Gurunathan, K.
    The main aim of this research is to construct optimum portfolio through Sharpe index model. The portfolio is constructed to help the investor to reduce the risk. In this study two sector sugar and metal are chosen for constructing the portfolio. Ten companies are selected from each of these sectors and ranked according to single index model. The...
  6. Dr. Preeti Malik
    The paper discusses the impact of industrial pattern on Indian economy and how this pattern is affected by the factors like Conditions for Capital – Intensive Industries non-existent, Labour Intensive Industries, Socialism and Mixed Economy, Public Sector, Private Sector and Concentration of Economic Power, Joint Sector, Foreign Loans, Foreign...
  7. Issa Seif Salim and Lufumbi J. Mwaipopo
    This study was conducted to explore the relationship between cultural endowments and effective promotional efforts in the promotion of destination image. Data were collected from 410 international tourists in Zanzibar airport’s departure lounge using a highly structured questionnaire. The findings from structural equation modeling revealed a...
  8. Dr. Israel Kofi Nyarko and Dr. Alex Yaw Adom
    Many international development agencies and some national governments base future budget planning and policy decisions on a systematic assessment of the projects and programs in which they have already invested. Results are assessed through mid-term reviews (MTRs), implementation completion reports (ICRs), or through more rigorous impact...
  9. Dr. Arvind Joshi
    Tribal, rural and urban are the three types of society on the basis characteristic and problems. India is the country of villages. Six lakhs villages are scattered across India and 74% population accommodated in rural society. In rural society, most affected and exploited factor i.e. rural women. In the age of globalization and urbanization slowly...
  10. Dr. Suranjana Mitra
    The salvation of an underdeveloped economy lies in its development. The basic objectives of this paper are to estimate Women Empowerment Index using Principal Component Analysis and to examine the effectiveness of joint liability microfinance programmes through cooperative banks in empowering rural women socially and economically. The sample has...
  11. Suzana Nunes Caldeira, Osvaldo Silva, Maria Mendes, Susana Botelho and Maria José D. Martins
    The initiation rituals that freshmen are subjected to in universities have been characterized quite differently, although the most frequent view is that it is a rough experience for those coming to higher education for the first time. Gender has emerged as a differentiating variable of how students experience this practice. In this study, our...
  12. Vibha Thapa and Gopal Jee, S.
    The umbrella term ‘autism spectrum disorders’ (ASDs) covers the condition such as autism, childhood disintegrative disorder and Asperger syndrome. Developmental disorders, including ASDs, are disorders of early brain development, and although the cause of ASDs remains unknown, some specific prenatal, perinatal and environmental risk factors, such...
  13. Dr. Srithar, P., Mariselvam, G. and Bairavi, N.
    According to the World Gold Council, in the last decade, 75% of gold demand in India has taken the form of jewellery. The demand of gold moving towards uphill when the purchasing power of the consumer increases, which forces gold price up. The price of the god increases not only because of its demand. There are various factors that influence the...
  14. Naorem Jiteswori Devi, Kambhampati Subrahmanyam and Thongam Benji Singh
    Objective of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of yoga on spiritual well being, sleep quality and Guna of young widows below 50 years of age. Eighty subjects were randomly allocated to two groups. Spiritual well being (SWB), Sleep quality (PSQI) and Guna (VPI) were assessed before and after eight weeks of intervention. The data analysis...
  15. Dr. Anup Kumar Mishra
    Malnutrition has been one of the enduring enigmas of contemporary India. Despite years of rapid economic growth, child malnutrition rates remained unchanged for years. After years of stasis, there seems to be some sign of progress in India’s battle against malnutrition, although malnutrition rates remain high. While poverty is not the only cause...
  16. Debela Geneti Desisa, Venkata Ramayya, A. and Getachew Shunki Tiba
    In this work, complete analysis of 200 liter institutional cook stove, design, simulation and field test was carried out. In developing country, including Ethiopia, biomass is the major energy source especially, for cooking and heating purpose from single family to institutional level. In this back drop, this project will focus on 200 liter size...
  17. Jackson Gomes Soares Souza, Dr. Carlos Hideo Arima , Dr. Getulio Akabane, Dr. Napoleão Verardi Galegale, Renata Maria Nogueira de Oliveira and João Marcos de Oliveira Machado
    Information is a key asset to organizations, so they must apply security measures, policies, procedures, guidelines and also take advantage of good opportunities to leverage business success. This case study aims to verify how information security risk management is presented, according to I.T. manager’s perceptions, in a Brazilian federal public...
  18. Chrispin Dambula
    Food insecurity and poor economic growth continue to be the major challenge for Malawi despite increasingly growing foreign aid. Between 2007 and 2015, Malawi received over US$1.3 billion, but real GDP growth went down. Today, over 2.8 million Malawians are affected by hunger due to poor maize harvest. While one would expect foreign aid to boost...
  19. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo, Guanghui Jiang and Thomas Chao-Chun Huang
    Rock desertification has become the most serious ecological disaster in southwest China. Area of rock desertification is expanding at an alarming rate and is restricting social and economic development in southwest China. The objective of this study is, therefore, to assess the impact of rock desertification in southwest China and to suggest means...
  20. Manuel Gallardo-Cabello, Elaine Espino-Barr, Arturo Garcia-Boa and Marcos Puente-Gómez
    Morphology, morphometry and growth rings of the otoliths: sagitta, asteriscus and lapillus of Selar crumenophthalmus in Manzanillo and Santiago bays in Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico were studied. Differences between sexes, as right and left of the three pairs of otoliths were analyzed. In all cases the growth of the otoliths is eccentric to the core...
  21. Dr. Madhu, M.
    Ayurveda is a science of life which emphasizes both the preventive and curative aspect of the diseases. The present world is concerned about the increasing rate of morbidity which alters their life expectancy. Acharya Charaka has compared pregnant lady with Taila poorna patra which can spill off even by small disturbances hence seeking proper...
  22. Dr. Nister Kujur and Dr. Shailendra Kumar
    Development is need of the present era. Every human society wants to more and more facilities for him and government is busy with practices about this. But all the practices which are related to development are not only giving positive result always but also this type of practices originating some negative impacts also. Major practices of...
  23. Vu-Nam Le and Thanh-Son Dao
    Trace metals are essential for aquatic organisms at low concentrations but become toxic at certain concentrations. This study aimed to evaluate the acute and chronic toxicity of Ni dissolved in natural water of Saigon River in Vietnam to the tropical micro-crustacean, Daphnia lumholtzi. Filtered field water was physical and chemical...
  24. Dr. Sneha Soni, Dr. Mukesh Shukla and Dr. Manish Kumar
    Introduction: Although population ageing is recognised international reality, quality of life (QOL) among elderly is still a neglected issue especially in developing countries like India. Objectives: The present cross-sectional study was undertaken to assess the QOL and its associated factors among elderly population. Methods: A community based...
  25. Achilike, B.
    This study examined teachers’ perception of inculcating creativity in secondary school students. Its main objective was to find out the ways teachers can help inculcate creativity in secondary school students as well as find out how students can enhance their own creative behavior. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The population of...
  26. Dr. Preeti Malik
    This paper represents and discusses the findings of recent research related to the female education and its impact on the social and the economic benefits. This also considers the pathways through which females schooling leads to social gains. Females account for roughly half the world's population, perform two-thirds of the hours worked, receive...
  27. Manuela Stoicescu
    With a long time ago atherosclerosis it was considered a disease of the elderly and never imagined that could debut in youth. The reality is that the process of atherosclerosis start earlier comparative with what we believe in this moment. I will present a study conducted per 321 young hypertensive patients with age between 18-35 years per a...
  28. Dr. Ankita Chamaria, Dr. Meena Ajay Aras, Dr. Vidya Chitre and Dr. Kennedy Mascarenhas
    Purpose- The aim of this review was to understand the effect of disinfectants, aging, storage time, pigments and opacifiers on dimensional stability, detail reproduction, mechanical properties and colour stability of maxillofacial silicones. Study selection- A computerized database search using PubMed was conducted for peer-reviewed scientific...
  29. Manoj. P. Wagh and Nana. Mulik
    In 21st century the world is facing the critical issue of waste water management, textile industry are the top most red industries in the world. Industrial processes create a variety of wastewater pollutants, highly turbid which are difficult and expensive to treat. In this paper (basic dye) camel ink is treated by using electro-coagulation...
  30. Fatmi Amjad, Ruby, Durreshahwar and Masood Ahmad
    Studies were conducted to determine the effects of different doses of aflatoxin B1 contaminated feed on total serum protein, blood glucose, SGPT, SGOT and serum bilirubin. There was a significant decrease in total serum protein but blood glucose, serum bilirubin, SGPT and SGOT showed a gradual rise with the increase in contamination of aflatoxin...
  31. Vaishali Gangotri
    The annual reproductive cycle of the crab, Barytelphusa guerini was studied during the period January 2015 to December 2015 by measuring monthly histological variations. Histological observations of the monthly gonads revealed that the ripening of the gonads started in the preparatory period of the reproductive cycle i.e. (January to April) or it...
  32. Manivannan, R. and Sriramachandrasekharan, M.V.
    Field experiments were conducted during Kharif 2007 and 2008 in sandy clay loam soil to study the effect of organic sources and urea on N transformation and yield of rice. The treatments consisted of addition of different organics viz., composted coir pith (CCP), green manures (GM), sugarcane trash compost ( STC), vermicompost (VC), poultry manure...
  33. Sr. Vijaya Prabhavathi Uppalapati and Dr. L. Cyril Arun Kumar
    In India about 2.40 million (1.93 ‐3.04 million) people are living with HIV and AIDS. India is the second largest population living with HIV and AIDS. Among the four high prevalent states of India, Andhra Pradesh has the highest number of HIV patients in the country. It accounts for 20 per cent of AIDS patients (5 lakh of the 24 lakh). Guntur is...
  34. Haridass, P.
    Byssinosis is a respiratory disease caused by inhalation of cotton dust for prolonged period of time. This is most frequently occurs in the cotton mill women workers. The word byssinosis is derived from Latin which means fine, soft, white fibers. Byssinosis is characterized by cough, wheeze, and chest tightness on the 1st day of work after...
  35. Gveroska Biljana
    Bacillus subtillis Ch13 is an active ammonifying bacteria who plays a main role in nitrogen cycling. But, it has multifunctional properties that, beside the stimulating, has the fungicidal effect on plants, too. It is a base of a microbiological product Exstrasol which is used for examination. Modern tobacco production follows the ecological...
  36. Priyanka Gupta
    The allelopathic effect of medicinal leaf extracts of Ocimum sanctum L., Calotropis procera(Ait.) Ait.f and Astragalus tribuloides Delile on the radical length of mungbean (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek) in Vitro conditions. The results indicated that different extracts such as alcoholic, aqueous acidic and alkaline extract of Ocimum sanctum L.,...
  37. Okolie, N. P., Onifade, A.K., Oladunmoye M. K. and Adegunloye, D. V.
    Investigations were conducted to evaluate the viability of corncob and rice chaff co-digested with goat and dog dungs in the production of biogas. The study was carried out at mesophillic condition in six mini laboratory digester fabricated using guage 16 metal sheets with 80L capacity for five weeks retention time. Five different ratios of goat...
  38. Santra, H., Goswami, A. and Santra, S. K.
    Farming community is at a crucial state of transformation both in farming activities as well as in their social life. Farm power and material possession show a clear indication of such change. Nuclear family concept is evident. Draught animals raring are also going to be diminished. Irrigation and pest management equipment are found plenty....
  39. Renu Gangwar and Kameswari, V.L.V.
    Agriculture sector plays a pivotal role in the economic development of the country. In spite of this, rural youth faced challenges regarding livelihood. As a result, they often prefer to migrate to urban areas to take up low paying jobs. The present study was focused on the determinants of attitude of rural youth towards agriculture as a means of...
  40. Ahmed Hassan Mohamed Ali and Mohammad Nazir Ahmad
    It has been found that the conventional software engineering models such as for example Waterfall model, Prototyping, Incremental, Spiral, Rational Unified process (RUP) and Extreme programming (XP) cannot be used directly or not applicable for the development of web based systems (Kumar and Sangwan 2011). This is because Web applications have...
  41. Sreelakshmi, E. S., Krishnaprasad, R., Dr. Manju Nanda and Jayanthi, J.
    Safety critical systems are the systems which defines the safety and monitors the system performance based on some safety criterions. A system health management (SHM) system monitors the safety critical system while it is in operation, and thus is able to detect faults, as soon as they occur. In this paper we propose an approach to determine the...
  42. Praveena Sri Perini
    The fast growing demand for fresh water-coupled with the need to protect the environment has made many areas of India and the rest of the World vulnerable to water shortages for various uses of the economy. As they interact with Electricity Industry, water availability is critical to power generation. Without access to adequate amounts of water...
  43. Manisha Parihar, Monalisa Pattnaik and Dr. Patitapaban Mohanty
    Objective: To compare the effects of the three manual techniques in patient with shoulder impingement syndrome. Research design: Pre test and post test structured, comparative study design. Participants: 30 subjects were taken from outpatient physiotherapy department of SVNIRTAR and sub-centers. Outcome measures: Pain intensity by VAS, shoulder...
  44. Aruna, S.
    The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of simplified kundalini yoga practices among the mental health of the teachers. It was hypothesized that there would be significant differences on the mental health due to the effect of simplified kundalini yoga practices among the teacher. For the present study the 20 female teachers from...
  45. Bharathidasan, M., Justin William, B., Jayaprakash, R., Kannan, T. A. and George, R. S.
    The study was conducted to assess the impact of chemical immobilization and anaesthesia on certain haematological and biochemical parameters in Asiatic lions intended for diagnostic and surgical procedure. The impact of anaesthetic and ancillary drugs was studied in 8 Asiatic and hybrid lions (Panthera leo persica) in 12 trials. In all the trials...
  46. Kumari Anima and Mishra, P. K.
    Muslims are religious minority in India. Their population is about 201319 and the rate of population growth is about stable over last 10 years. Hazaribag district of Jharkhand state of India have a rural population of approximately 73 % and out of which 13.7% is of Muslim Community. As a matter of fact they have failed to match pace of development...
  47. Victoria, J. and Uma Maheswari, N.
    A study on the determination of the use of Effective Microorganisms (EM) was carried out. EM was purchased from the office of ‘Ecopro’ Auroville, Auroshilpam, Tamilnadu, India. The waste water was collected from STET Women’s College, Sundarakkottai, Mannargudi, Thiruvarur Dt. The parameters that indicate the waste water treatment process such as...
  48. Govindarajalu Ganesan
    Objective: Eosinophilia is commonly reported to occur in hookworm infection. Hence adetailed study was doneto highlight the importance of eosinophilia as an important indicator of hookworm infection diagnosed by doing upper gastro intestinal endoscopy. Methods: A study of 1137 patients who had undergone upper gastro-intestinal endoscopyfor a...
  49. Dr. Nazma Akter and Dr. Ashrafuzzaman, S. M.
    Background: Hypertension is one of the most common chronic disease and crucial health problems in developed and underdeveloped countries. Assessment of knowledge and practices is a crucial element of hypertension control. Prevention plays significant role; which is achieved by increasing the knowledge & awareness of the public and changing...
  50. Dr. Mohd. KhanapiAbd. Ghani and Ali Fahem Neamah
    This review paper means of electronic health records in addition to their advantages and disadvantages from different perspectives and viewpoints. The main aim of this paper is concluded in reviewing the adoption of electronic health records in different countries in the Middle East in order to trace out the current status of adopting this...
  51. Gujjari Chandra
    In This paper, a Bidirectional DC-DC converter also known as dual active bridge (DAB) dc–dc converter is presented. A Z-source with bidirectional dc–dc converter by reducing the switching count by adding passive elements has improved the output voltage level, when compared with the traditional bidirectional dc–dc converter. The proposed converter...
  52. Diama, A., Zoro Diama, E. G., Grafoute, M., Manu, V., Yebouet, A. F., Guehi, F. J. and Bajaj, H. C.
    Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) with two different average diameters were purified with the nitric acid (MWCNT-HNO3) treatment process. The N2 (adsorption/desorption) measurement showed an increase in surface area from the raw material to the MWCNT 4 normal (4N) acid (HNO3) treatment material, and a decrease in surface area from the MWCNT-4N...
  53. Rejeb, R., Khalfallah Boudali, L. and Delahay, G.
    A series of vanadium supported on molybdenum and titanium co-pillared montmorillonite, for use in the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NO by ammonia, were prepared and characterized with different technique. The surface properties of the samples were compared to the support prepared in absence and in presence of sulphate groups. The...
  54. Suhasini. A. Patil and Doddamani, M. B.
    A field experiment was conducted during the kharif season of 2014 at Main Agriculture Research Station (MARS), University of Agriculture Sciences, Dharwad (Karnataka) to study the influence of foliar application of nutrients on morpho-physiological traits, yield and yield components in greengram. Nine treatments comprising of KNO3 (0.1 %), MnSO4 (...

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