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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: Foreign student’s adjustment in Academic culture

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1382

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  Title: FOREIGN STUDENT’S ADJUSTMENT IN ACADEMIC CULTURE

  Author Name(s): Dr. Shakuntala. C. Shettar, Smt. Latha S M

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 899-904

 Year: July 2020

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This paper presents a quantitative study exploring the academic issues based on the difference of learning experiences


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  Paper Title: 4- OTA GYRATOR AS POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FLOATING INDUCTANCE SIMULATION WITH OVA & OTA IN LC LOW PASS FILTER

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1396

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  Title: 4- OTA GYRATOR AS POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FLOATING INDUCTANCE SIMULATION WITH OVA & OTA IN LC LOW PASS FILTER

  Author Name(s): Manjula V. Katageri

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 10-15

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over Operational Voltage amplifier OVA in active filter designing networks with tunable factor of IB (bias current). The


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  Paper Title: Statutory Liquidity Ratio and Cash Reserve Ratio – An overview

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1454

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  Title: STATUTORY LIQUIDITY RATIO AND CASH RESERVE RATIO – AN OVERVIEW

  Author Name(s): MAHANTESH ANGADI

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 472-481

 Year: July 2020

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Indian financial system in the pre-reform period (i.e., prior to Gulf crisis of 1991), essentially catered to the needs of planned development in a mixed-economy framework where the public sector had a dominant role in economic activity. The strategy of planned economic development required huge development expenditure, which was met through Government’s dominance of ownership of banks, automatic monetization of fiscal deficit and subjecting the banking sector to large pre-emptions – both in terms of the statutory holding of Government securities (statutory liquidity ratio, or SLR) and cash reserve ratio (CRR). Besides, there was a complex structure of administered interest rates guided by the social concerns, resulting in cross-subsidization. These not only distorted the interest rate mechanism but also adversely affected the viability and profitability of banks by the end of 1980s. There is perhaps an element of commonality of such a ‘repressed’ regime in the financial sector of many emerging market economies. It follows that the process of reform of financial sector in most emerging economies also has significant commonalities while being specific to the circumstances of each country. A narration of the broad contours of reform in India would be helpful in appreciating both the commonalities and the differences in our paths of reforms.


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  Paper Title: Futures Market in India Underwent Rapid Growth – An overview

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1455

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  Title: FUTURES MARKET IN INDIA UNDERWENT RAPID GROWTH – AN OVERVIEW

  Author Name(s): MAHANTESH ANGADI

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 482-490

 Year: August 2020

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four decades and it made the restart only in early 2000s. Since its reintroduction it is thriving and the current trend shows strong growth potential of the market, although, the actual growth trajectory will depend upon the attitude of the policy makers and the efficiency of the regulatory mechanism.


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  Paper Title: Thin Film Interference – A Study

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1468

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  Title: THIN FILM INTERFERENCE – A STUDY

  Author Name(s): Gavisiddayya Mathad, Deepa Pathar

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 586-595

 Year: August 2020

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light waves is a second strand of evidence. In the early nineteenth century, Thomas Young showed that the interference of light passing through two slits produces an interference pattern


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  Paper Title: STRESS EFFECTS ON CANOPY GROWTH AND ARCHITECTURE: A CASE STUDY ON SAL MORTALITY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1474

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  Title: STRESS EFFECTS ON CANOPY GROWTH AND ARCHITECTURE: A CASE STUDY ON SAL MORTALITY

  Author Name(s): Pooja Kukreti

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 636-640

 Year: July 2020

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Disturbances and fragmentation of the study area- Barkot Range (Moist Deciduous Sal Forest, Dehradun Forest Division) resulted in changes in the physical environment due to microclimatic variations, altered species composition and soil properties and had severe implications on the physiological functioning of the Sal trees. Two Shorea robusta (Sal) stands one containing many Sal trees with canopy dieback, mortality site (MS) and the other with healthy green, full crowns, non-mortality site (NMS) were selected. The paper investigates the soil moisture status of the two sites and evaluates effect of nutrient and water stress on the canopy growth and architecture of the Sal trees. In the present study, the difference in the average soil moisture percentage in the NMS (14.30%) and MS (12.74%) was statistically significant, indicating lower moisture availability in the mortality site in comparison to the non-mortality site. Tree growth increment was affected especially leaf production and lateral branching, which was greatly reduced. Sal stressed trees of the mortality site had highly reduced canopy growth. The crown height increased invariably however the crown width had greatly reduced. In general, canopy height was positively correlated to the bole height of the healthy Sal trees in the non- mortality site. No such relationship was obtained for stressed Sal trees in the mortality site.


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  Paper Title: COVID-19: A GLOBAL HEALTH EMERGENCY (An Outbreak)

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19K8309

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  Title: COVID-19: A GLOBAL HEALTH EMERGENCY (AN OUTBREAK)

  Author Name(s): Himanshu Bansal, Riya Mittal

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 436-459

 Year: July 2020

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COVID-19 is a global health emergency and this study includes almost everything which a person should know regarding the pandemic. In this paper different models of China, South Korea and also USA has been discussed as how these countries tried to combat this disease. The speculated mortality is 0.7% due to undiagnosed cases and various co-morbidities play a vital role in the mortality due to novel Corona Virus-19. Some of the medicine regimens are being in trials for the treatment purpose and vaccines are also under trials while public health measures and symptomatic treatment is being the most effective route to fight this invisible enemy yet. In this I have tried to explain about novel Corona Virus Disease with complete A to Z understanding and various public health measures and myths are also explained.


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  Paper Title: Thought Experiment – Solving the lockdown problem

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19L1676

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  Title: THOUGHT EXPERIMENT – SOLVING THE LOCKDOWN PROBLEM

  Author Name(s): Sandeep Bhasin, Ph.D.

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 287-291

 Year: July 2020

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With Rajiv Bajaj, the Managing Director, Bajaj Auto, went on record stating that no company can continue to pay the salary to its employees while they stay safe sitting at home. This statement raises an important question: till when do you allow the lockdown to continue, especially in a country such as India, where the majority of the workforce are ‘temp’ on the rolls? To address this problem, this paper works on a Thought Experiment and uses the non-technical – non-mathematical aspect of Game Theory to help find a solution to the problem.


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  Paper Title: ON COMMUTATIVITY FOR CERTAIN NON ASSOCIATIVE PRIMITIVE RINGS WITH x(xy)2 –(xy)2x €Z(R)

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  Title: ON COMMUTATIVITY FOR CERTAIN NON ASSOCIATIVE PRIMITIVE RINGS WITH X(XY)2 –(XY)2X €Z(R)

  Author Name(s): Dr.Y.Madanamohana Reddy, Prof. G.Shobha Latha

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 292-294

 Year: July 2020

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Johnson, Outcalt and Yaqub [3] proved that if a non- associative ring R satisfy the identity x2 y2 = y2 x2 for all x,y in R, then R is commutative. The generalization of this result proved by R. D. Giri and others [1] stoctes that if R is a non-associative primitive ring satisfies the identity x2 y2- y2 x2 ? z(R), where z(R) denotes the center, then R is commutative. A modification of Johnson's identity viz, x2 y2- y2 x2 for all x,y in R, for a non - associative ring R which has no element of additive order 2, is commutative was proved by R. N. Gupta [2], R. D. Giri and others [1] generalized Gupta's result by taking x(xy)2 -(xy)2 x ? z(R).


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  Paper Title: QUINE ON SOME ONTOLOGICAL COMMITMENTS: AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW

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  Title: QUINE ON SOME ONTOLOGICAL COMMITMENTS: AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW

  Author Name(s): Neelanjana Chowdhury

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 295-301

 Year: July 2020

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  Paper Title: A ROBUST UPLC METHOD FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF SOFOSBUVIR AND VELPATASVIR IN COMBINED TABLET DOSAGE FORMS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19L1679

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  Title: A ROBUST UPLC METHOD FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF SOFOSBUVIR AND VELPATASVIR IN COMBINED TABLET DOSAGE FORMS

  Author Name(s): B. V. V. S. Jagadeesh, J. V. L. N. Seshagiri Rao

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 302-309

 Year: July 2020

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  Paper Title: THE EFFECT OF FAKE NEWS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19L1680

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  Title: THE EFFECT OF FAKE NEWS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

  Author Name(s): Harsh Baiskar, Humza kabir, Ipsha Raj, Jagjeet Singh , Jay Bhanushali

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 310-313

 Year: July 2020

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The objective of this article is to present evidence that despite social media being such a boon, it has a very strong negative impact on peoples lives. In this new era of internet and variety of social media, the society that we live in is changing. On the one hand, social media has created a decentralized communication channel and has opened the door for all to have a voice and participate in a democratic fashion including people in repressive countries, but on the other hand, it has become a breeding ground for false and fake news. The increasing use of mobile devices and easy Wi-Fi access, the Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter have turned into powerful platforms for providing news and entertainment. New channels of online communication, such as Skype, WhatsApp, Messenger, and many others have also led to a rampant increase in the spreading of fake news. This paper uses primary data to analyse the current issues about fake news and to highlight its negative impact on society.


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