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The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND ANALYTICAL REVIEWS (IJRAR) aims to explore advances in research pertaining to applied, theoretical and experimental Technological studies. The goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in and around the world.


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  Paper Title: SWARM AND IMMUNE SYSTEM BASED INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES FOR OPTIMAL DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1018

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1018

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  Title: SWARM AND IMMUNE SYSTEM BASED INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES FOR OPTIMAL DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR

  Author Name(s): Dr. V.P. Sakthivel

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 156-164

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 110

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In this work, swarm and immune system based techniques such as particle swarm optimization (PSO) and artificial immune algorithm (AIA) are applied for optimizing the synchronous generator design (SGD). PSO and AIA have been proven to be effective in solving many real multi constrained optimization problem in different domains. SGD problems are complex and non linear in nature with equality and in equality constraints. Two different SGD problems are used to investigate the effectiveness of the proposal. Comparing with the conventional techniques, the current proposal is found to perform better in terms of computation time. Considering the quality of the solution obtained, AIA seems to be promising alternative approach for solving the SGD problems.


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Artificial immune algorithm, efficiency optimization, particle swarm optimization, Synchronous generator design.

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  Paper Title: GENE ACTION FOR MORPHOLOGICAL, GROWTH, BIOCHEMICAL, YIELD AND YIELD ATTRIBUTING CHARACTERS IN SESAME (SESAMUM INDICUM L.)

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1021

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1021

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  Title: GENE ACTION FOR MORPHOLOGICAL, GROWTH, BIOCHEMICAL, YIELD AND YIELD ATTRIBUTING CHARACTERS IN SESAME (SESAMUM INDICUM L.)

  Author Name(s): S. Suganthi, P. Satheesh kumar, M. Prakash, R. Anandan

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 182-187

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 116

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A full diallel cross was conducted to estimate the nature and extent of gene action for morphological, growth, biochemical and yield characters in sesame by using 6 x 6 cross. In case of biochemical, yield and yield attributing characters, like chlorophyll content, soluble protein content, number of capsules per plant, and 1000 seed weight the non-additive effects were more pronounced as and were greater than . For seed yield per plant additive genetic variance (1.45) and dominances genetic variance (0.64) and (0.68) were significant indicated that both additive and non-additive components were contributed to the variation in the hybrids. The results manifested that both additive and non-additive components of genetic variances were involved with predominance of dominance variances for most of the yield characters. As additive variance is predominant for the characters, plant height at maturity, days to first senescence, leaf area index, seed yield per plant and oil content. Pedigree selection is an appropriate method to improve these characters.


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Diallel, gene action, morphological, growth, biochemical, sesame, yield

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  Paper Title: Inclusive Growth – a Paradigm shift in the benefits of Economic Development

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1039

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1039

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  Title: INCLUSIVE GROWTH – A PARADIGM SHIFT IN THE BENEFITS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  Author Name(s): Dr. Dasari Muniswamy

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 316-320

 Year: April-2017

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  Paper Title: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RURAL AND URBAN CONSUMERS IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1043

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1043

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  Title: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RURAL AND URBAN CONSUMERS IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Dasari Muniswamy

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 337-338

 Year: April-2017

 Downloads: 131

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India is a vast country with a population of over one billion. It is certain that a country like India will have distinct range of consumers.There has been a significant growth of population inurban areas than rural areas over the past few years.However it must be remembered that rural Indiaaccounts for about 70% of total population of India.Indian urban markets are saturated and urbanconsumers are to be convinced a lot by marketers,whereas rural markets are mostly untapped.


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  Paper Title: REGIONAL VARIATION AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES: A STUDY OF NORTH EAST INDIA

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1075

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  Title: REGIONAL VARIATION AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES: A STUDY OF NORTH EAST INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Golab Chandra Nandi

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 556-565

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 98

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The success of all economic policies and programmes should be evaluated in terms of their ability to generate human capability, since all such policies are based ultimately for the betterment of the quality of lives of people. The goals of sustainable development can be achieved only through inclusive development. In formulating development policies, regional variation should be addressed properly otherwise lop-sided development will be invited that itself set backward dynamics. The present study finds that uneven human development across the states in the region is quite significant. The study also reveals that the socio-economic components are having positive role in determining the level of human development in North-Eastern states. The study further supports the premise that along with economic growth, human capability expansion is also one of the obvious requirements for sustained human development in the North-eastern region.


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Regional Variation, Inclusive Development, Human Capability, Human Development, North-east India

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  Paper Title: A STUDY OF NEWS CONTENT ABOUT NORTH-EAST REGION OF INDIA IN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED FROM NATIONAL CAPITAL (DELHI)

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1076

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1076

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  Title: A STUDY OF NEWS CONTENT ABOUT NORTH-EAST REGION OF INDIA IN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED FROM NATIONAL CAPITAL (DELHI)

  Author Name(s): Swapan Kumar Roy

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 566-571

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 87

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This study has been undertaken to Investigate the News reporting about the northeast in Indian Mainstream newspapers. To analysis this phenomenon the researcher uses the content analysis method in four English newspapers which are published from Delhi. In the act of framing the news about the Northeast, the newspapers take a certain policy. Based on the quantitative study of a large scale newspaper in twenty (20) days this paper examines news circulation tendencies of English newspapers about northeast India.


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News reporting, mainstream media, northeast India, Content analysis, qualitative research.

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  Paper Title: GOODS AND SERVICE TAX: COMPLIANCE AND PROCEDURES

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1106

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  Title: GOODS AND SERVICE TAX: COMPLIANCE AND PROCEDURES

  Author Name(s): Dr. Jatan Kanwar Jain

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 754-764

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 86

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Goods and Service Tax (GST) is an indirect tax levied on the supply of goods and services.It has come into effect from 1st July 2017 GST, as the term refers to, is a composite tax on goods and services. Every transaction undertaken at every stage i.e. production, distribution, consumption or supply, when effected by one person to another or when effected, otherwise than by way of sale of goods or services, from one State to another, would be subjected to GST at a specified rate. This study focuses on Goods and Service Tax Compliances and Procedure.


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GST, Taxation, Indirect Tax, Tax Compliances, GST Procedures

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  Paper Title: ISOLATION OF KERATINASE PRODUCING BACTERIA

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1116

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  Title: ISOLATION OF KERATINASE PRODUCING BACTERIA

  Author Name(s): Kanchanprabha G.Maske

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 815-818

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 79

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Keratin is insoluble structural protein present in nails hair, feather,wool and horns of animals. In the present study keratin degrading bacteria isolated from woollens dumped waste. Ten keratin degrading bacterial strains were isolated. Standard microbiological characteristics were studied. Strain KR1 tentatively identified as Bacillus sp. Keratinolyitc activity of crude enzyme determined .One of the isolate KR1showed highest specific keratinolytc activity 1.9 IU/mg. Optimum condition for keratin degradation were PH 7.5,temperature 370 C and wool keratin concentration 3%. Microbial keratinases have found eco friendly way to treat keratin rich waste and transformation into valuable products.


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Keratinolytic bacteria , keratinase , Bacillus sp, optimization.

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  Paper Title: ON ROUGH IDEALS IN ?-NEAR-RINGS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1128

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1128

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  Title: ON ROUGH IDEALS IN ?-NEAR-RINGS

  Author Name(s): Dr. V.S.Subha

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 890-896

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 88

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The aim of this paper is to present the concepts of congruence relation in ?-near-rings and the lower and upper approximations of an ideal with respect to the congruence relation and introduce the notion of rough ideals in ?-near-rings, which is a generalization of the notion of near rings. Some properties of the lower and upper approximations are discussed in ?-near-rings.


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?-near-rings, Congruence relation, Rough ideals.

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  Paper Title: Bhartiye vangmay par Swami Vivekananda ke darshan ka parbhav

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1136

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  Title: BHARTIYE VANGMAY PAR SWAMI VIVEKANANDA KE DARSHAN KA PARBHAV

  Author Name(s): KARUNA PETER

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 936-939

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 101

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  Paper Title: QUALITY VS QUANTITY TEACHER EDUCATION

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1146

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1146

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  Title: QUALITY VS QUANTITY TEACHER EDUCATION

  Author Name(s): MR.VISHAL DEEP

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 990-993

 Year: June 2017

 Downloads: 97

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The present study entitled Quality vs. Quantity Teacher Education appraise the quality of Secondary Teacher Education Institutions in Punjab. The universe of the study was 30 Principals from Secondary Teacher Education Institutions. In this research Survey method was used. The finding of research shows that the growth of Secondary Teacher Education Institutions has been witnessed in all parts of the country. There has been considerable quantitative expansion in the number of teacher education institutions in the country. In Punjab, there are about 216 colleges. This gives a picture of quantitative expansion and the entry of private sector in the field of teacher education. The quality of teacher education institutions has not been up to the mark due to Norms and Standards are not being strictly abided by most of the self -financed Institutions. The mushroom growth of privately managed secondary teacher education institutions is the main factor behind the deteriorating the quality of Secondary teacher education institution. There is dire need for filtering the teacher education program by creating the atmosphere of collective thinking, responsibility and by improving the standards of quality in teacher education.


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  Paper Title: ALLERGENIC POLLEN GRAINS IN THE AIR OF DISTRICT FIROZABAD AND THEIR IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1161

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  Title: ALLERGENIC POLLEN GRAINS IN THE AIR OF DISTRICT FIROZABAD AND THEIR IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH

  Author Name(s): Shalini Paliwal , Ashwini Balki

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 4

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 106-110

 Year: June 2017

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The role of pollen grains as a causative agent of respiratory allergic disorders such as asthma and rhinitis is common and very well established. The aim of the present study is the systemic field studies of the known allergenic plants growing in Firozabad district of Uttar Pradesh which cause significant amounts of sensitization in human beings. An aeropalynological survey of the atmosphere at three different sites viz., Shikohabad, Firozabad and Jasrana tehsils of Firozabad district were carried from July 2007 to June 2009. A total 119 pollen types were identified at the family, genus or species level. Of these 66 pollen types are well known allergens responsible for nasobronchial allergy in human beings. Pollen grains of Poaceae were more abundant (42.92%), followed by Asteraceae family (31.49%) and Amaranthaceae/Chenopodiaceae (16.75%). The pollen of herbs (49.97%) was found dominant followed by grasses (26.08%), trees (12.18%) and shrubs (9.95%). The pollen diversity was maximum (70 types) during spring season and minimum during winter season (43 types). October showed highest pollen count (3540) whereas January the least (1178).


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