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Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is one of the most widely used techniques when welding is carried out to obtain extreme levels of strength. Welded Aluminium alloy structures form the major part of leading industrial technologies used in manufacturing. These friction-stir welded alloys are used in numerous applications like aerospace, military, automobile and related technologies. It is therefore, important to analyse this welded material for all kinds of processing defects. Porosity is one such...
Topics: Friction Stir Welding (FSW), Porosity, Aluminium Alloy, Welding
The present study was conducted in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh, from Prakasam district Racherla mandal was selected purposively based on considerable number of respondents. From one mandal 6 villages are selected randomly based on considerable number of respondents. From each selected village 20 respondents are taken. Agriculture and farm income in India are frequently affected by natural disasters such as droughts, floods, cyclones, storms, landslides and earthquakes. There are...
Topics: PMFBY, Assessment, Opinion
The study was conducted in Warangal District of Telangana during the year 2022. The main purpose of this study is to measure the Adoption of improved cultivation practices through high density planting system in cotton growers at Warangal District of Telangana. A total 120 respondents were selected purposively from six villages under Gessugonda block because most of the respondents were cotton growers. Descriptive research design was adopted for the study and data were collected by personal...
Topics: Knowledge, Adoption, High Density Planting System in Cotton (HDPS)
The Study was conducted entrepreneurial behaviour of rural women involved in Agriculture in Dharbhanga district of Bihar. Total no of 120 respondents were selected randomly, because most number of women were found to be maximum data the data were collected by personal interview method by using pre structure interview schedule and letter appropriate statistical analysis was done to find out the meaningful results.
Topics: Agriculture Activities, Entrepreneurial Behaviour of Rural Women
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Siddha system is oldest known medicine in this world appeared many millennia ago. This system was formulated and established by our “Siddhars”. Siddha system of medicine include not only curative medicines, they have also suggested ways to take care of themselves in Siddha medicine and they also emphasized what we should do, not to do, how to keep ourselves clean in the time of illness through many literatures. COVID -19 is an infectious disease that affects the lungs. Recently, we know...
Topics: Siddha System, COVID-19, Preventive Measures
The data was collected by administering the pre-tested interview schedule to the selected respondents. The collected data was analyzed using statistical tools. The stratified and need full sampling procedure has been followed in this research study that are explained as under. Their knowledge and levels of adoption regarding the recommended production was studied. The selection of the respondents was done by the sampling through random sampling that include six beneficiaries and six...
Topics: Knowledge, Adoption
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In Krutha Yuga there were no corruption people never tells lies, no cheating, no gambling, no dishonesty, and were committed to the words and no written documents to that effect. Contrary to that, in Kali Yuga, people are dishonest, tell lies, are full of corruption, and scams are seen even at the Government level. People are greedy for money and accumulate treasure more than they need. People preserve the treasure of all kinds, it will lose even for 10 generations. On the other hand, people...
Topics: Honesty Dynasty, Dishonest, Corruptions, Reasons for Corruption, Case Study, Corrective Measures
The present study entitled “Knowledge and Adoption Behaviour of Recommended Cultivation Practices of Rubber Crop In Wokha District of Nagaland” was carried out during the session 2021-22. The investigation was conducted in Ralan block of Wokha district of Nagaland. A total number of 120 respondents from 4 villages were selected using proportionate random sampling procedure. It was observed that the majority (67.50%) had medium knowledge level regarding improved rubber cultivation technology...
Topics: Rubber, Wokha, Nagaland
The study was conducted in Meerut District of Uttar Pradesh to measure the adoption of farmers towards improved Sugarcane production practice. A total number of 120 respondents were selected purposively from five villages under Daurala block of Meerut of Uttar Pradesh due to high area covered. The data were collected through interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to draw logical conclusion. The study revealed that 48.33...
Topics: Adoption, Sugarcane Production Practice
The study was conducted in Kuchaman block of Nagaur district of Rajasthan to measure the knowledge of e-NAM concept among the farmers. With the help of random sampling method, 120 respondents were selected and data were collected by personal interview method with a pre-structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to find out the meaningful results. The finding of the study revealed that the overall level of knowledge of regarding e-NAM (Electronic National...
Topics: Knowledge, e-NAM, Constraints
The study was undertaken in Prayagraj District of Uttar Pradesh during the year 2022. The aim of the study was to measure the attitude of the respondents towards PM KISAN scheme in Prayagraj District of Uttar Pradesh. A total of 120 beneficiaries were chosen selectively from Kaundhiyara village coming under Kaundhiyara block because of the most of the registered beneficiaries. A well-prepared research design was adopted for this study and data were collected through personal interview method by...
Topics: PM KISAN Scheme, Significant, Beneficiaries
The study was conducted in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh during the year 2022. The main purpose of this study is to measure the Knowledge of Chilli growers in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh. A total 120 respondents were selected randomly from six villages under Amaravati block because most of the respondents were chilli growers. Descriptive research design was adopted for the study and data were collected by personal interview method by using pre structured interview schedule. The...
Topics: Knowledge, Chilli Growers
The study was conducted in Banka District of Bihar to measure the extent of utilization of ICT tools for agricultural information by the farmers in Banka district of Bihar. A total number of 120 respondents were selected purposively from five villages under Barahat block based on the maximum number of ICT users in the district. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to draw logical...
Topics: Utilization, ICT Tools, Positive and Significant
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The study was conducted in Rohtas District of Bihar to measure the knowledge of farmers towards mustard production technology in Rohtas district of Bihar. A total number of 120 respondents were selected purposively from five villages under Seosagar block based on the maximum number of Mustard growers in the district. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to draw logical conclusion. The...
Topics: Knowledge, Mustard, Positive and Significant
The study was conducted in Vijayanagaram District of Andhra Pradesh to measure the knowledge of the farmer towards improved tomato production practices in Vijayanagaram district of Andhra Pradesh. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from four villages under Makkuva block because most of the farmers were involved in tomato production. The data were collected through personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical...
Topics: Knowledge, Tomato Production Practices
The study was conducted in Muzaffarpur District of Bihar to measure the Knowledge of the respondents towards improved litchi production practices. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from six villages under Musahari block which were selected purposively because productivity, production and area under litchi cultivation were found to be maximum. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical...
Topic: Knowledge Chi Production Practices
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India belongs to an agriculturist class as most of the people living here connected to the profession of agriculture. Agriculture is the main occupation of about 85 % of the people here and is the main source of income of government. In the different times different governments have adopted different policies regarding land taxes and agricultural resources, main purpose of which was to raise as much money as possible. India has always been a centre of attraction for foreigners due to its...
Topics: Gradual, Renounced, Farming, Prevailing, Possession
The study was conducted in Unnao District of Uttar Pradesh to measure the knowledge of farmers towards recommended groundnut production practices. A total number of 120 respondents were selected purposively from six villages under Fatehpur Chaurasi block to measure the level of knowledge towards recommended groundnut production practices. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to draw...
Topics: Knowledge, Recommended Groundnut Production Practices
The study was conducted in purba bardhaman of west Bengal to study on occupational aspiration of rural youth in agriculture in purba bardhaman district of west Bengal. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from four villages under katwa block because most of the rural youth were involved in the occupational aspiration. The data were collected through personal interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis applied to draw...
Topics: Rural Youth, Adoption and Mass Media Exposure
The study was conducted in Prayagraj District of Uttar Pradesh to measure the entrepreneurial behaviour of rose growers in the district. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from six villages under Chaka block because productivity, production and area under rose cultivation were found to be maximum. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to find out the meaningful...
Topics: Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Rose Growers
The study was conducted in Lucknow District of Uttar Pradesh to measure adoption level of recommended production technology of mango in Lucknow district of Uttar Pradesh. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from twelve villages under malihabad block because productivity, production and area under mango cultivation were found to be maximum.
Topics: The study was conducted in Lucknow District of Uttar Pradesh to measure adoption level of...
The study was conducted in Pachim Medinipur District of West Bengal to measure the knowledge and attitude of farmers regarding soil testing practice. Total 120 respondents were selected randomly 4 villages under Sabang block because most of farmers were found to be maximum the data were collected by personal interview method by using pre structure interview schedule and letter appropriate statistical analysis was done to find out the meaningful result. The finding of the study related that age...
Topics: Soil Testing Practice, Knowledge and Attitude
Agriculture is the dominant sector of Indian economy. The progress of the nation is therefore, directly linked with advancement in agriculture. KVK play a vital role in carrying out various developmental activities on farmers’ fields to increase the agricultural production and improve their living standards. The KVK was launched in 1988-89 in all 11 districts viz., Dimapur, Kohima, Kiphire, Longleng, Mokokchung, Mon, Phek, Peren, Tuensang, Wokha and Zunheboto of Nagaland.
Topics: Socio Economic, Attitude, KVK, Nagaland
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The study was conducted in Khagaria District of Bihar to measure the knowledge of farmers towards improved Maize production practice in Khagaria district of Bihar. A total number of 120 respondents were selected purposively from six villages under Parbatta block because the productivity, production and area were found maximum. The data were collected by personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to draw logical...
Topics: Knowledge, Maize Production Practice
An experiment was conducted to study the effect of biostimulants on plant growth, herbage yield, quality and cost economics in fenugreek variety CO 1. The experiment was conducted in a Randomized Block Design (RBD). Foliar spray of Panchagavya (3 %, 6 %) %), Vermiwash (3 %, 6 %), TNAU Pulse wonder (2 %, 4 %), and Humic acid (0.2 %, 0.4 %) were used as treatments. Among the various treatments used, treatment T2 – Panchagavya 6 % showed better results in growth parameters such as Plant height...
Topics: Fenugreek, Herbage Yield, Panchagavya, Vermiwash
In this paper the data induced from lightning is synthesized using suitable inversion techniques so as to delineate imperative information regarding availability of groundwater.
Topics: Groundwater Exploration, Problem of Earth Profiling
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This study examined the subsurface layers, structures and possible source of heat of Ikogosi warm spring employing Vertical electrical sounding technique and Spontaneous Potential (SP) measurement of the surface natural potentials resulting from electrochemical reactions in the subsurface. Vertical Electrical Soundings using Schlumberger array were carried out at three (3) locations along a profile parallel to the flow of the warm spring. Dipole-dipole configuration was also employed to obtain...
Topics: Natural Potentials, Schulumberger Array, Geo Electric Layers, Fracture, Hea
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In this work, we report a combined experimental viscosity, UV and FTIR of ternary mixtures of 6, 8-dichloro-3- formylchromone (DCFC)+ dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) + tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA) and 6, 8-dichloro-3- formylchromone (DCFC)+ dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) + ethyl alcohol (ET) at 303.15 K as well as synthesis and characterization of DCFC. Viscosity data over the entire composition range have been used to compute percentage (%) of alkanols.
Topics: Viscosity, UV, FTIR, MS, NMR
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Ordinary things are the blends which isolate from different typical sources like plants, animals, creatures, frightening little creatures, plant microorganisms, and endophytes and marine. These are known as assistant metabolites since they are outlined on account of the enzymatic resections of fundamental metabolites (amino acids, sugars, supplements, etc) Terpenes have a spot with the best class of discretionary metabolites and in a general sense involve five carbon isoprene units which are...
Topics: Terpenes, Tissues, Tridax Daisy, Enzymatic, Terpenoids Etc
The study was conducted in Salur Mandal of Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh. A total number of 120 respondents were selected purposively from ten villages under Salur Mandal to measure the level of utilization of ITDA services by the tribal farmers. The data was collected by personal interview method by using pre-structured interview schedule and latter appropriate statistical analysis was done to draw logical conclusion.
Topics: ITDA, Utilization
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Since the ancient ages Saints, Gurus, and the general public discussion about yoga and achieve success in their health. Many people applied for Patents to the provisions made in the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) - Patent and Copyrights Bishnu Ghosh now called Bikram born in the year 1946 in Kolkata moved to California in the US and claimed that Yoga is Patent unfortunately copyrights issued in several occasions of the same products with slight modification. Yoga is a very good exercise for...
Topics: Yoga, Branches of Yoga, Chakras -Balancing, Breathing Techniques -Benefits.
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In the present situation, every human being literate or illiterate knows how the society is functioning. Man is greedy to create wealth for the future forgetting the neighbours’ essentials. Man became selfish. The goldsmith will never do the job without smuggling the gold in any form and he gives the name as wastages and implemented in his life as a part of his routine work for several centuries. Saying something and doing something. This will not happen by oversight but it is intentional.
Topics: Fraud-Associate Terms, Initiation of Fraud, Methods, Consequences of Fraud, SBI Pressure to File...
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Excellence refers to surpassing quality or merit and an outsourcing performance in one’s field of work. It includes vital force for growth. It sets standard of behaviour and galvanizes people in doing something remarkable. Now the school is also deemed to be an organization as such, there appears an earnest need to introduce the corporate Excellence in the schools.
Topics: Corporate Excellence, Work-Culture, Improvement in Both the Organization and in Corporate...
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Identity and education will play an indelible role in the lives of humans all over the world, but these two are million dollar questions in getting too many of the people in the world. This is not about the entire human race. It is purely about one woman and her education and her identity. This modern world is education and identity in equal shares as men in different societies of the world.
Topics: Identity, Education, Lives, Human, Women, Share, Hard Work, Respect, Law
Identity and education will play an indelible role in the lives of humans all over the world, but these two are million dollar questions in getting too many of the people in the world. This is not about the entire human race. It is purely about one woman and her education and her identity. This modern world is education and identity in equal shares as men in different societies of the world. Identity and education will help the people to become better civilians, and getting good pay, and at the...
Topics: Identity, Education, Lives, Human, Women, Share, Hard Work, Respect, Law
Mushroom are appreciated world over for their nutritional and medicinal properties. Through global mushroom industry has seen a rapid growth. India is beginning to see the spout in its growth only recently. The study was conducted Bilashpur District of chattisgarh with the objective of entrepreneurial behaviour of trained mushroom growers. Total no of 120 respondents were selected purposively under 4 block of Chattisgarh District. The Social research methodology using chi square procedure...
Topics: Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Mushroom Cultivation
Mushroom are appreciated world over for their nutritional and medicinal properties. Through global mushroom industry has seen a rapid growth. India is beginning to see the spout in its growth only recently. The study was conducted Bilashpur District of chattisgarh with the objective of entrepreneurial behaviour of trained mushroom growers. Total no of 120 respondents were selected purposively under 4 block of Chattisgarh District. The Social research methodology using chi square procedure...
Topics: Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Mushroom Cultivation
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More than half of Indian population was engaged in agricultural sector but the available technology doesn’t ensure food security of the country. Hence, to diffuse new agricultural invention and innovation in the farming community, there arises a need for effective medium for transfer of technology. Thus, KVK bridges the gap between the technology generation and dissemination. The present study was proposed to understand the impact of KVK in doubling farmers’ income to formulate suitable...
Topics: Farmers, KVK, Respondents, Doubling Income
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This paper sheds light on miscarriages of justice, wrongful convictions, false confessions, police arrest and legal technicality. Whenever a person is arrested by the police, certain legal rules need to be followed. The ‘suspect’ should be treated as ‘innocent until proven guilty’. However, in many countries, police do treat the suspect as ‘guilty until proven innocent’ which is highly objectionable. Moreover, there is also the issue of over-zealousness from the police which is a...
Topics: Miscarriages of Justice, Police Arrest, Wrongful Convictions, False Confessions
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Women entrepreneurs are growing quickly in several global areas. Women's latent business ability has developed along with their social awareness. The “skill, knowledge, and adaptability” of women in business attract males. Aspects of women entrepreneurs' contributions are examined in this study. This study's aim is to answer particular issues scientifically. The study's principal purpose is to expose the hidden reality.
Topics: Entrepreneurship, Women, Struggle, Predominance Etc
The present study has been conducted in the Bheemgal mandal of Nizamabad district of Telangana state. A total of 120 respondents were selected for the study i.e., 60 beneficiaries and 60 non-beneficiaries. Independent variables like age, education, annual income, occupation, operational land holding, type of house, decision making, mass media exposure, extension participation, social participation were taken into the study. While dependent variables like knowledge and attitude were taken into...
Topics: Beneficiaries, Non-Beneficiaries, Socio-Economic Status, Knowledge and Attitude
A self-help group is a voluntary association of persons with common interests, formed and managed democratically without any political affiliation. To address the challenge of rural poverty, the Ministry of Rural Development conceived a mission mode scheme titled as National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) in the year 2010. A study was undertaken in Ranchi district of Jharkhand for analysis of Empowerment of tribal women through self-help group (SHG) under DEEN DAYAL ANTYODAYA YOJANA - NATIONAL...
Topics: Self-Help Group, Empowerment, Tribal Women
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Stress is a natural bodily response that protects the body from injury and danger. The body's production of stress hormones, on the other hand, may continue if the cause of the stress is not removed. Men and women are affected by stress in various ways. Biological or social factors may be to blame for the disparities in behaviour. Men and women respond to stress differently, as well as to the causes of stress and coping mechanisms for dealing with stress, according to this review research.
Topics: Stress, Gender Differences, Behavioural Differences, Family, Health
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Socialization is a concept used by sociologists, social psychologists, anthropologists, political scientists, and educators to refer to the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating the norms, customs, and philosophies, to equip a person with the skills and habits needed to participate within. your community. The powerful revolution changed has been perceived by the society through digital social media all around. Society has various facet likewise business, legal, political, cultural...
Topics: Socialization, loss of Self-Esteem Lifelong Process of Inheriting and Disseminating the Norms
The study was conducted in Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh to measure the role of educated rural woman in household activities in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. A total number of 120 respondents were selected randomly from four villages under Dharmavaram block because most of the educated women were involved in house hold activities. The data were collected through personnel interview method by using pre structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis...
Topics: House Hold Activities, Role of Educated Rural Women
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In 2016, government of India launched PMFBY, an insurance scheme for farmers for their yields. The scheme subsumes earlier insurance schemes, like National Agriculture Insurance Scheme (NAIS), Weather based crop insurance scheme and Modified National Agriculture Insurance Scheme (MNAIS). Agriculture engages 58 % of the population and approximately 18 % of the GDP. But to cope with the uncertainty of nature, dependency on monsoon, low productivity and other agro problems, agriculture insurance...
Topics: PMFBY, Insurance, Agriculture, Farmer Welfare, One Nation One Scheme, Technology Use
Diabetes mellitus, a chronic metabolic non-communicable disease (NCD), has attained epidemic proportions worldwide 1. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is one of the diabetic macro vascular complications 2. It is a marker of generalized systemic atherosclerosis and is closely associated with symptomatic coronary and cerebrovascular disease. Among diabetic populations, screening and diagnosis of PAD are frequently suboptimal2. Epidemiologic data have shown a strong association between PAD and...
Topics: Ankle Brachial Pressure Index, Diabetes Mellitus, Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire,...
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This paper is an attempt to determine the effectiveness of using virtual platforms for classroom teaching to enhance oral fluency. The key question that triggered this study was, “Are the students in India are fluent in speaking English, even after being taught for twelve years in an English class?” this further raised another question, “Will the implementation of modern updated technology of Multimedia in Language activities, would enhance Oral fluency?” This Language Learning in...
Topics: Virtual, Verbalization, Tools, Language, Oratorical, Spontaneous
The direct and important link between primary education and Sustainable Development (ESD) education, the first one to emerge through the UN Decade of Dedication for Development (DESD) in 2005, has long since gone from strength to strength. This additional awareness has encouraged the transformation of education policies and learning processes in international institutions in the region. In addition, attention has shifted into the payoff of a strong link between specialized training development...
Topics: Primary Education and Sustainable Development (ESD) Education, International Challenges of...
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The scope of judicial activism not a limited one. It is used to look in the matters and enforce what is beneficial for the society at large. The word “JUSTICE” has no end, this critically tells that justice is for all, ‘rich or poor, strong or weak’, even the king and queen were entrusted by karma to provide justice. The object behind the research paper is focused on the expansion of judicial activism in Indian democracy. The judicial activism in India had touched almost every aspect of...
Topics: Judicial Activism in Indian Democracy, Legislature and Judiciary, Preservation of a Functional...
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There is a saying of the famous Tamil Poetess Auvaiyar that ‘men ought not to live in places where there are no temples’ and Devaram also mentions that ‘places without temples are unfit for the purposes of residence, as they are merely deserts’. Hence the popular saying is “No temple, no village”. So in ancient India each place of habitation, whether a hamlet or a city, had to maintain its own temple for the prosperity of the inhabitants.
Topics: Temple, Poolanandeswarer, Legend, Arikesari, Chinnamanur, Pandyas
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The modern world of absurd culture is fashionably viewed through media which embarks the productivity of objectification. Millions of increasing social site users promotes the highly targeted gender ostensibly a ‘female’. It begins with the differentiation of the gender, as the women are being objectified at every step they take. Constant struggle of female from being object to the journey of objectified could be visualized through the paralysis of the dark world governed by patriarchy.
Topics: Body, Objectification, Gender, Media Culture
Sugar industries development is backbone to economic development of the nation. In India, Sugar industry is the second largest agro-based industry and it contributes significantly to the socio economic development of the nation. Indian sugar industry is also a major sector to create employment probably 7.5 per cent in Indian economy. The sugar industry plays a leading role in global market being the world’s second largest producer after Brazil, producing nearly15 and 25 per cent of global...
Topics: Socio Economic Development, Semi-Skilled Laborers Sugarcane and Facilities of Transporting raw...
Sexual Harassment at workplace is not only an evil against women but also an unconstitutional act against the females. It leads to the way of violence, torture and harassment. An effort has been made to emphasis on the significance and relevance of the Act made for the protection of women at their respective workplaces. This Act plays a major role in proactively ensuring the protection of all women who are working. This paper also analyse the role and responsibility of judiciary in playing the...
Topics: Way of Violence, Torture and Harassment, Financial Liberation
The present research paper examines that Information seeking behavior of library Use pattern among Undergraduate students the survey method adopted for the study. Followed by there are 232(100 %) were satisfied with “Text Books”, 201(86.64 %) were satisfied with “Reference Books”, 197(84.92 %) were satisfied with “Motivational Books”, 191(82.33 %) were satisfied with “News papers”, 186(80.17 %) were satisfied with “Exam preparation Books”, 165(71.13 %) were satisfied with...
Topics: Information, Undergraduate, Reference Books, Motivational, Preparation, Electronic, Magazines,...
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This study assessed courtyard architecture in the indigenous residential areas of selected Nigerian cities. Three cities: Zaria, Ibadan and Owerri, representing the three dominant ethnic groups (Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo) respectively in Nigeria were selected by stratification. Nine of the Local Government Areas housing the core residential areas in the cities were randomly selected. Copies of questionnaire administered to randomly-selected household heads in the study area were 730. Architectural...
Topics: Architecture, Courtyard, Indigenous Residential Area, Cities, Nigeria
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The ultimate goal of this paper is to provide a comparative analysis of figure out and Work out in the COHA, HC, COCA, and BNC. A major point to note is that figured out is preferred over to work out by Americans. A further point to note is that figure out and Work out were the most preferred ones for Americans in 2010. It is worth noting that Work out is preferable to figure out in the British parliament. It is noteworthy, on the other hand, that Work out was the most preferred one for British...
Topics: Type, Token, Corpus, COCA, COHA, BNC, HC, Figure Out, Work Out
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This Research paper attempt to elaborate the literary contribution of William Wordsworth in Romanticism. The aim of this paper is to show the literary contribution of William Wordsworth in English Romantic poetry of 19th century and the brief discussion on what is romanticism. William Wordsworth is known as the master of romantic poetry. According to him romanticism is depictions of emotions, personifying human life with nature, and propagation of a way of living which called everyone back to...
Topics: Romanticism, Imagination, Beauty, Nature, Poetry
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There are indications that the field of educational technology is gearing up to begin foundation work of the kind is so essential. Recent articles written by Roblyer serve both as an acknowledgement of past failures and a rallying exclamation for new attacks on the problem of providing a sound research base for technology in teaching. The field is beginning to resound with the call for a new educational technology research agenda—one that focuses on capturing the unique impact of...
Topics: Educational Technology, Teaching-Learning Process, Instructional Designs, Experiential Learning
Morals are the established principles of behaviour that facilitate people to reside agreeably in Society; Morals and Society are interconnected. They refer to what is deemed by societies as permissible and acceptable. The majority have a propensity to act morally and follow societal guiding principles. Morality time and again requires that people give up their likings for the benefit of society.
Topics: Morality, Society, Corruption, Principles, and Tyrann
Sylvia Plath was a powerful and respected poet of the twentieth century. Plath had a following in the literary community by the time she took her own life at the age of 30. Her work drew the attention of a large number of readers over the years, which saw in her singular verse an attempt to catalogue despair, violent emotion, and a death obsession.
Topics: Suicide, Psychological Disorder, False Language
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In Global Transformation, David Held and his co-writers state "Globalization can refer to those spatial- temporal processes of change which underpin a transformation in the organization of human affairs by linking together and expanding human activity across regions and continents." If Globalization has brought economic growth, scientific advancement, medical progress and human-right awareness on one hand, it has also brought anger, anxiety and depression
Topics: Crime, Corruption, Drugs, Sex, Air-Conditioning, Conspiracy
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The warp and woof of human relationships forms one of the fundamental concerns of Nayantara Sahgal’s fiction. Her characters behave as normal human beings do. They often succumb to their ego, commit errors, take wrong decisions, exhibit their weaknesses and sometimes they rise above them in triumph. They have various facets of their personalities. For instance, they are professionals, politicians, friends, parents and lovers. Her characters also struggle to define themselves and strive...
Topics: Human Relationships, Growth of Inner-Self and Communication
This paper discusses the procedures followed in the classroom in implementing the portfolios in teaching writing. It reports the details of the experiment conducted and the try-out of the strategy for experimental group of Jeppiaar Engineering College conducted in 2014. The paper presents the few methods adopted in implementing portfolios to enhance students’ writing and the observations of the study done by the author. The sample of study was Students of Jeppiaar Engineering College,(N-60)...
Topics: CT-Critical Thinking, CG- Control Group. EG-Experimental Group, N-Sample No of Students
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Exercises are important for a man to maintain good health. Some people think torturing by extracting more work. Health is wealth and to realize it will take more time by that time it is too late. Running, Walking, Jumping, Swimming, and throwing all come under some sort of exercise. Yoga, Mind Thinking, Meditation, and Sports are also included in this branch since from the birth of a child till the last breath one way or the other a sort of exercise will take place knowingly or unknowingly. In...
Topics: Exercises, Parts of the Body, Instruments, Effects on Health
Background: One of the global milestones in medicine is e-Health – which is about leveraging on ICT to deliver efficient health care services to citizens. Nigeria with poor infant and maternal indices, poor physical infrastructures and scarce health practitioners is expected to leverage on the potentials of e-health to strengthen the country’s health service delivery by fully adopting the right policy framework for ICT in the health.
Topics: E-Health, Telemedicine, Practice, Benefits, Challenges, Prospects, Nigeria
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Obtain fixed point theorems by using generalized metric spaces.
Topics: Metric Space, b-Metric Spaces, Partial Metric Spaces, Cone Metric Spaces, Generalized Metric Spaces.
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Presently available viral dynamic research models are of the non-linear mixed effect models Most of the non-linear models developed by using the differential equations. Finding the solution of parameters are difficult if it is non-linear model. So, In this paper an attempt has been made to derived expected time of new viral budding consider kolmogrov in the life cycle of viral Dynamics. Predictive distribution of viral replication using modified Exponential power distribution through the...
Topics: Count, Exponential Power Distribution, Viral Load, Bayesian Approach
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The fractal nature of non-statistical fluctuations in the density distribution of singly charged particles produced in 32S– Ag/Br interactions at an incident momentum of 200 A GeV/c has been investigated under the frame work of Hwa’s multifractal moments, Takagi’s Multifractal moments and multifractal detrended fluctuation (MDFA) analysis. The experimental data have been collected by using the nuclear photographic emulsion technique. All results obtained experimental data is analyzed and...
Topics: Nucleus-Nucleus Collision, Fluctuations, Long Range Correlation, Multifractal Moments
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In this paper, we establish some common fixed point theorems we simplify the results of Chouhan and Kumar [4] from FMS to IFMS in IFMS for series of self-mappings making use of an implicit relation and the typical property (E.A) in which.
Topics: FMS, IFMS, Semi-Compatible Sub-Sequentially Continuous Mappings
Following the introduction of the Schrödinger and Dirac quantum mechanical equations for the description of hydrogenic atoms, there was a longstanding attempt to develop a similar approach which is applicable to the treatment of nuclear reactions. There was consensus that interactions of shorter range than the Coulomb force are involved, but there was also the strongly held view that the corresponding Hamiltonian that satisfies this requirement must be invariant to a Lorentz transformation....
Topics: Schrödinger Equation, Dirac Equation, Breit-Pauli Approximation, Uniform Scaling, Exponential...
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The binary quadratic equation represented by the positive Pellian y2  6x2 10 is analyzed for its distinct integer solutions. A few interesting relations among the solutions are given. Further, employing the solutions of the above hyperbola, we have obtained solutions of other choices of hyperbola, parabola and special pythagorean triangle. KEYWORDS: Binary Quadratic, Hyperbola, Parabola, Pell Equation, Integral Solutions
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In present world of Innovation and technology, crowdfunding is an internet based financing for new and creative projects. Since the entrepreneurs and fund seekers can raise required capital using shares, debentures, private lenders, banks, venture capital and other financial institutions but still many new innovative projects are struggling to get required capital, for such an idea the best source according to many researchers is crowdfunding. Collective funds will be raised through online from...
Topics: Crowd Funding, Internet based, Crowd Funding Platforms, Risk
Falling wedge is one of the traditional patterns in technical prediction tool-kit claimed to be potent to foretell security prices. Price objective of this pattern is the ‘extent of price rise’ that is traditionally expected to follow immediately after price breaks out upper boundary. This paper examines whether the pattern achieves traditional price objective so as to consider it as a predictive tool for superior return. The study finds that all the patterns are not equally reliable to act...
Topics: Technical Analysis, Stock Market, Stock Chart, Pattern, Falling Wedge, Price Objective Achievement,...
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This study analyzes the changing role of human resource practices and improving its effectiveness during crisis situation ,especially because of Global lockdown due to Corona Pandemic. The aim of this study is to analyze the main indicators of organization, individual and environmental ecosystem which decides the effectiveness of HR or to be very precise Virtual HR as an Organisational unit based upon various fundamental functions of HR, which include employee performance, motivation and...
Topics: Virtual Human Resource Management, Organisational Unit
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In the budget session 2022, the finance minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman announced One Station, One Product (OSOP) scheme, based on the successful 'One District, One Product’ (ODOP) scheme, under budget allocation for Railways. It has been introduced with a focus on promoting the supply chain of local products using the Railways and making each railway station a promotional hub and showcase destination for local products. Railways being one of the most important engines for economic growth and...
Topics: ODOP, Supply Chain, Vocal for Local, Atmanirbhar Bharat
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In the budget session 2022, the finance minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman announced One Station, One Product (OSOP) scheme, based on the successful 'One District, One Product’ (ODOP) scheme, under budget allocation for Railways. It has been introduced with a focus on promoting the supply chain of local products using the Railways and making each railway station a promotional hub and showcase destination for local products. Railways being one of the most important engines for economic growth and...
Topics: ODOP, Supply Chain, Vocal for Local, Atmanirbhar Bharat
Insurance sectors are facing major challenges of employee’s retention as retaining talented employees are major concern in this sector due to competitive advantage. Gone are the days where recruiting good talent was enough, but today it become imperative to retain that good talent. Retaining good work force and well performer is a challenging task in changing HR Dynamics. Employees are the important and valuable assets for any of the organization. But, from various practices, researches and...
Topics: Employee Retention, Insurance Sector, Training, Recognition, Rewards, Work Life Balance, Exit...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the mediating role of Human Capital and the moderating role of HR Analytics in the relationship between HRIS and organizational performance in Telecommunication private sector firms in Egypt. A structured questionnaire was administered to survey managers and employees in the three main private telecommunication firms in Egypt. 740 questionnaires were distributed, 472 of which were returned and considered valid. Data was statistically analyzed using...
Topics: HRIS, Human Capital (H.C), HR Analytics, Organization Performance (O.P)
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Women training in India have the most critical pre-career of each the government and civil society as informed ladies can play a very important position in the development of the United States. Education is milestone of ladies empowerment because it permits them to responds to the demanding situations, to confront their conventional characteristic and alternate their life. So that we can’t forget the importance of schooling in connection with ladies empowerment and India poised to turning...
Topics: Education, Women Empowerment, Improvement, India, etc.
Consumer fulfillment is an advertising device and a positive worth added benefit. It is frequently seen by clients as significant as the essential item or consumer loyalty comprises of assumption, execution connection, delight and disappointment, and assessment of the advantages of utilization to investigate the client inclination towards Boost item. In this paper structure of thoughts and utilizing consumer loyalty standards and methodologies to work on the quality responsiveness and...
Topics: Consumer Fulfillment, Boost, {Dairy Beverage}, Chandrapur
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The research examined the impact of innovative marketing on strategic performance, and accordingly developed a hypothetical scheme explains the direction of relationships, and used the introspective approach to research to derive his hypotheses according to the situational theory, and then a sample was selected Non-random made up of (30) employees of The Dajla Pharmaceutical Company in Samarra to represent the research community, the researcher adopted the descriptive analytical approach in...
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Digital sources had brought a radical change in the conventional ways of interacting with the target audience. Digital marketing utilizes digital sources like social media, emails, websites, mobile marketing, online search engines etc. Literature shows that digital channels like emails and websites are mostly used by the universities and the institutes for marketing and communicating amongst the prospective students and the parents.
Topics: Online Sources, Pre Purchase, Prioritize
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This paper presents an approach for the optimum design of actively controlled structures using a multi-level, multiobjective optimization method to simultaneously address both structural and control design aspects. Structural weight, controlled system energy, controller induced dissipation energy and fast damping time are some of the important objectives to be considered for the integrated design of structural and control systems. A simple approach for dealing with multiple objectives is to...
Topics: Cooperative Game, Multi-level Optimization, Stackelberg Game, Vibration Control
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Winglets being a little design assume a significant part in diminishing the prompted haul in airplane. Numerous kinds of winglets have been planned and their importance in diminishing the drag is distributed. One of the primary goals of this expert postulation work is to learn about the winglet plan and about their commitment in lessening prompted drag. A concise outline of wing tip gadgets and their presentation from the makers just as from carrier's point of view are talked about. Besides,...
Topics: CATIA V5, Winglet, Induced Drag, Knowledge Pattern, Parameterization
Coal gasification in Indonesia is currently being promoted to meet the needs of electrical energy. Early prediction of the gas composition resulting from the gasification process is needed in development of gasification system. In this study, a simulation of the gasification process of low-rank coal was carried out using cycle tempo. The simulation aims to predict the gas composition of low-rank coal gasification by varying the air-fuel ratio. The variations of the air-fuel ratio were in...
Topics: Gasification, Coal, Simulation, equilibrium, Combustible Gas
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For a variety of reasons, high-performance composite systems are often designed with different shapes and size discontinuities. Under different working loads, the areas near these notches become vital regions. The double-edgenotched Carbon fiber Specimen is investigated using a combination of analytical well as finite element (FE) simulation techniques to check the Tensile strength Stress concentration factor and delamination in this research study. In notched composites, the occurrence of...
Topics: Composite, Carbon Fiber, Failure Mode, FEA, MCDM Techniques
The purpose of this study is to analyze a case of failure of composite materials that are used in the automotive industry. This work has allowed us to identify the following points: Theoretical and practical information that concern composite materials, in order to be able to produce mechanical parts. On the other hand; to acquire the static characteristics of rupture of these materials (ABS and Acrylic) through a numerical simulation using the software SOLIDWORKS
Topics: Composite Materials, Damage, Impact, Numerical Simulation
This paper sheds light on the collapse of the British American Investment conglomerate in Mauritius also known as the BAI Group. According to the Government of Mauritius, the BAI Group was operating a vast Ponzi scheme via its banking subsidiary known as the Bramer Banking Corporation Ltd (BBCL). Furthermore, according to the report of nTan Corporate Advisory Pte Ltd which is a consultant of the Bank of Mauritius, the BAI Group’s subsidiaries such as the British American Insurance (BAI Co....
Topics: BAI Group, Pyramid Scheme, Ponzi Scheme, Ponzi-Like Scheme, Bank of Mauritius, Government of...
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Small and medium-sized enterprises are an important driver of economic growth in Vietnam. The role of SMEs is further enhanced through participating in global value chains. However, besides the opportunities that global value chains bring to Vietnamese SMEs, SMEs face many challenges. With research methods such as literature review, group discussion, indepth interview, this study has given a comprehensive picture of the current situation of Vietnamese SMEs as well as opportunities and...
Topics: Global Value Chains, SMEs, Vietnam, Opportunities, Challenges JEL: E60, F23
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The contribution of MSMEs in the Indonesian national economy has significant for formation of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Nevertheless, COVID-19 pandemic has a negative tremendous impact on the growth of MSMEs nationwide. Meanwhile, there are technologies that a currently widely developed based on Patent Database which is the management of supply chain management systems. These technologies are practicable to strengthen resilience capabilities both during and post pandemic. This research is...
Topics: MSMEs, Supply Chain Management System, Patent Database, Technology Trends
The study sought to establish the effect of knowledge spins on capability divestiture of selected oil and gas upstream companies in Nigeria. This comes at a time when the oil and gas upstream companies in Nigeria have growing appetite for cleaner and more environmentally friendly energy. While the companies have tried to move from the energy system dominated by hydrocarbons towards the one in which low-carbon sources play the lead role, it is not clear whether they have embraced capability...
Topics: Knowledge Spin, Retention of Knowledge, Revitalizing of Knowledge, Capability Divestiture, Upstream...
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People do have different personality traits and they believes that these personality traits will be either healthy. Generally personality traits are characteristics of enduring behavioural and emotional patterns. So we don’t consider isolated occurrences because anyone occasionally can lose patience, feel angry so on. Myers- Briggs developed an introspective self –analysed questionnaire and discussed major personality traits Extraversion/Introversion, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling,...
Topics: Introverts, Extroverts, Business Startup, Entrepreneurs, Personality Traits, Risk Taking Behaviour
The role of Knowledge Management and the process for managing KM in the organizations has become vital for the survival of the organization and has an impact on human capital, teamwork, and overall organizational performance and effectiveness. Infrastructure development through the implementation of various construction projects in India has been given prime importance as strategic measure via various Plans, Policies and Budgetary allocation by the Indian Govt. driven by PM Gatishakti...
Topics: Multimodal Connectivity, Mass Urban Transport, Logistics Synergy, Knowledge Creation, Knowledge...
In Recent Scenario, Insurance sectors are the victims of Cut throat market competition, consistent increase in the rate of employee turnover due to job satisfaction. These challenges identified as a growing critical issue before the HR Managers. The rate of Employee Turnover depends on the level of Job Satisfaction of the employee and has been proven that Job Satisfaction increases the chances of Employee Turnover within the Organization. To reduce the rate of Employee Turnover, many companies...
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Fintech, a buzzword of finance domain has all, as it entangles block chain, voluminous data processing etc. Investments in India have surged to $1.47 billion, seeing a 60% rise in the early January to June period this year. India is the second highest Fintech adopter after China. Fintech exists across varied sectors. The present paper attempts to reckon the factors that have lead to Fintech adoption specifically in banking sector and exhibits Indian banking association with Fintech.
Topics: Factors, Finance, Fintech, India, Investments Etc
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In order to achieve manufacturing excellence through the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) initiative, various aspects must be considered in order to improve the effectiveness of the tooling division and make it a major strength of the organization. The paper reviews the literature of various authors on the subject of TPM implementation approaches, pillar structures, and success enablers and barriers. It evaluates a captive tool room in India to classify the scenario observed within the...
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People do have different personality traits and they believes that these personality traits will be either healthy. Generally personality traits are characteristics of enduring behavioural and emotional patterns. So we don’t consider isolated occurrences because anyone occasionally can lose patience, feel angry so on. Myers- Briggs developed an introspective self –analysed questionnaire and discussed major personality traits Extraversion/Introversion, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling,...
Topics: Introverts, Extroverts, Business Startup, Entrepreneurs, Personality Traits, Risk Taking Behaviour
The study sought to establish the effect of knowledge spins on capability divestiture of selected oil and gas upstream companies in Nigeria. This comes at a time when the oil and gas upstream companies in Nigeria have growing appetite for cleaner and more environmentally friendly energy. While the companies have tried to move from the energy system dominated by hydrocarbons towards the one in which low-carbon sources play the lead role, it is not clear whether they have embraced capability...
Topics: Knowledge Spin, Retention of Knowledge, Revitalizing of Knowledge, Capability Divestiture, Upstream...
In Recent Scenario, Insurance sectors are the victims of Cut throat market competition, consistent increase in the rate of employee turnover due to job satisfaction. These challenges identified as a growing critical issue before the HR Managers. The rate of Employee Turnover depends on the level of Job Satisfaction of the employee and has been proven that Job Satisfaction increases the chances of Employee Turnover within the Organization. To reduce the rate of Employee Turnover, many companies...
Topics: Employee Turnover, Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Employee Retention, Stress