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  Thesis Title: A QUASI EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFEVTIVENESS OF STRUCTUED TEACHING PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING ANTENATAL CARE DURING FIRST AND SECOND TRIMESTER AMONG PRIMIGRAVIDA MOTHERS IN RURAL PRIMARY HEALTH CENTER AT BALESWAR ODISHA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00158

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  Title: A QUASI EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFEVTIVENESS OF STRUCTUED TEACHING PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING ANTENATAL CARE DURING FIRST AND SECOND TRIMESTER AMONG PRIMIGRAVIDA MOTHERS IN RURAL PRIMARY HEALTH CENTER AT BALESWAR ODISHA

  Author Name(s): Ipsita sahoo, Liza swain

 Pages: 292-342

 Year: February 2024

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Statement Of The Problem A quasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding antenatal care during first and second trimester among prim gravida mothers rural primary health center B a l e s w a r , O d i s h a .Objectives Of The Study: To assess the pre- test level of knowledge regarding antenatal care during first and second trimester among prim gravid mother. To assess the post-test level of knowledge before and after structured teaching programme among prim gravida mothers. To test the association between post test knowledge score selected background factors among prim gravida mothers. Hypothesis: There will be significant between before and after intervention. There will be significant difference between the post test knowledge score and selected demographic variables among prim gravid mothers. Data Collection Procedure: The research approach used for this study was quantitative approach The research design selected for this study was Quasi experimental design. Antenatal care during first and second trimester who fulfilled the inclusion criteria were selected by using Convenient sampling technique. The tools used for data collection was Demographic data was collected through self report. After that assessing problems faced by wives by using the interview. Duration for collection of data is 30 mts. Conclusion: Structured teaching program significantly increase the knowledge on selected aspect of antenatal care


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  Thesis Title: A study to assess the knowledge and attitude about use of opioids in pain management among patients attending palliative care unit of selected hospital of kolkata west bengal

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00157

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  Title: A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE ABOUT USE OF OPIOIDS IN PAIN MANAGEMENT AMONG PATIENTS ATTENDING PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT OF SELECTED HOSPITAL OF KOLKATA WEST BENGAL

  Author Name(s): Megha Ghosh, Sabita tamang, Mamata Tamang

 Pages: 123-291

 Year: February 2024

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Cancer pain is one of the alarming condition that is a big issue of measure concern. The majority of people having cancer experiences pain. The use of opioids in management of the pain has recieved great success. It is important to have proper knowledge about the use of opioids and their attitude of taking the same by the patients so that the patients and their family members can get proper idea about the medicine,it uses and side effects. A descriptive study was conducted to access the knowledge and attitude about use of opioids in pain management among patients attending palliative care unit of selected hospital of kolkata west bengal. Non probability purposive technique was used to collect data from 117 cancer patients attending palliative care unit. Structured knowledge questioner and 5.liker scale is used for measuring the attitude. Measure findings of the study is most of the cancer patients attending palliative care unit were in the age group of 38 to 57 years, male belong to Hindu had education upto primary level. Most numbers of cancer patients attending palliative care unit had rectum cancer, disease was diagnosed within stage 3 were suffering from 1-4 years from the disease. Majority of cancer patients attending palliative care unit were taking opioids less than 6months. Majority of cancer patients attending palliative care unit were only in the medication 17.94 % of patients had good knowledge about use of opioids in pain management and 16.23% of patients had poor knowledge about use of opioids in pain management and 13.67% of patients attending palliative care unit had favourable attitude were as 11.96% of patients attending palliative care unit had unfavourable attitude regarding use of opioids in pain management. the correlation between knowledge score and attitude is weekly positive about use of opioids in pain management. There is significant association between knowledge and demographic characteristics that is i.e, education,years of suffering and duration of Taking opioids.


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Knowledge, attitude,opioids, pain management and palliative care unit

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  Thesis Title: EFFECT OF LIGHT TRIAD, MEANING IN LIFE ON LEVEL OF LIFE SATISFACTION AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00156

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00156

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  Title: EFFECT OF LIGHT TRIAD, MEANING IN LIFE ON LEVEL OF LIFE SATISFACTION AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

  Author Name(s): Annie Mewara, Dr. Shikha Sharma

 Pages: 73-122

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 39

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Life Satisfaction, Light Triad, Meaning in Life, Healthcare workers

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  Thesis Title: THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON BODY IMAGE, SELF ESTEEM AND SOCIAL APPEARANCE ANXIETY AMONG YOUNG ADULTS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00155

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00155

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  Title: THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON BODY IMAGE, SELF ESTEEM AND SOCIAL APPEARANCE ANXIETY AMONG YOUNG ADULTS

  Author Name(s): Niharika Sharma

 Pages: 38-72

 Year: January 2024

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Social media is a big part of many teens' lives. A 2018 Pew Research Centre survey of nearly 750 13- to 17-year-olds found that 45% are online almost constantly and 97% use a social media platform, such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. Social media is a big part of many teens' lives. A 2018 Pew Research Centre survey of nearly 750 13- to 17-year-olds found that 45% are online almost constantly and 97% use a social media platform, such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. Body image disturbance is associated with several mental disorders. Previous research on body image has focused mostly on women, largely neglecting body image in men. With regard to measurement, body image has often been assessed only in terms of body dissatisfaction, disregarding further aspects such as body appreciation or the importance of appearance. People end up creating unrealistic ideals for themselves based on what they see on social media and they feel distressed when they are not able to match these ideas or expectations. The present study focuses to investigate the possible correlation between social media and body image, self-esteem and social appearance anxiety. 1. Introduction Social media is a big part of many teens' lives. A 2018 Pew Research Centre survey of nearly 750 13- to 17-year-olds found that 45% are online almost constantly and 97% use a social media platform, such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. Social media is a big part of many teens' lives. Previous research on body image has focused mostly on women, largely neglecting body image in men. With regard to measurement, body image has often been assessed only in terms of body dissatisfaction, disregarding further aspects such as body appreciation or the importance of appearance. People end up creating unrealistic ideals for themselves based on what they see on social media and they feel distressed when they are not able to match these ideas or expectations. The present study focuses to investigate the possible correlation between social media and body image, self-esteem and social appearance anxiety. 2. Abstract AIM: Effect of social media on body image, self-esteem and social appearance anxiety among young adults. Method: In this study 200 participants aged between 16 and 25 provided written consent after being informed about the study's purpose and design. The researchers collected sociodemographic and clinical data using a specifically designed Performa and administered questionnaires, including the body image questionnaire, Rosenberg Self-esteem assessment, and Social Appearance Anxiety Scale (SAAS), to the participants. The data collected were analyzed using statistical methods, and the study utilized an observational cross-sectional research design. Result: The study revealed that the correlation between body image and self-esteem is statistically not significant (r= - 0.064), the correlation between body image and social appearance anxiety is statistically significant (r= -0.403) and correlation between self-esteem and social appearance anxiety is statistically not significant (r= 0.1196). Conclusion: The findings suggests that the individuals who have a positive body image have less social appearance anxiety. It is possible that treating negative body image may reduce social appearance anxiety symptoms.


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Keywords: Social Media, Body Image, Social Appearance Anxiety, Self Esteem

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  Thesis Title: "Formulation and Evaluation of combinational drug therapy against osteoarthritis"

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00154

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00154

  Register Thesis ID - 281884

  Title: "FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF COMBINATIONAL DRUG THERAPY AGAINST OSTEOARTHRITIS"

  Author Name(s): PUSHPENDRA KUMAR

 Pages: 1-37

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 14

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Osteoarthritis is the most common form of joint disease and the knee is one of the most commonly affected joints. Nanosphere is one of multiparticulate drug delivery system and prepared to obtained prolonged, controlled drug delivery to improved bioavaibility or stability and to target drug to specific site. Which enhance the therapeutic efficacy of drug. Once such approach is using nanosphere as carrier for durg ,the target site drug deliver with specificity and controlled way in to the targeted site of body without any untoward effect. Drug can be targeted to specific site in body using nanosphere .The degree of targeting can be achived by localization of drug to a specific area in body(for example heart, lung etc.) to a particular group of cell(for example tumer cell. The nanosphere are used in targeted drug delivery system we will improved the specificity of drug and reduce adverse effect, side effect ,toxic effect of drug and enhance the potency of drug such as chemotherapeutic agent and various cyto-toxic drug etc


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:- Osteoarthritis , Diacerein, vitamin D3(cholecalciferol), Nanosphere,Evaluation of Nanospheres.

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  Thesis Title: Difference in Scapular Muscle Strengthening and Combined Core and Shoulder Exercises in Quantifying AHD in Overhead Athletes with Scapular Dyskinesia.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00153

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00153

  Register Thesis ID - 281068

  Title: DIFFERENCE IN SCAPULAR MUSCLE STRENGTHENING AND COMBINED CORE AND SHOULDER EXERCISES IN QUANTIFYING AHD IN OVERHEAD ATHLETES WITH SCAPULAR DYSKINESIA.

  Author Name(s): Dr Arpita Rathod

 Pages: 957-992

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 35

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Purpose The aim of the study is to find the difference between Scapular Muscle strengthening and Combined Core and Shoulder exercises in Quantifying Acromiohumeral distance (AHD) in overhead athletes with Scapular Dyskinesia. Method 80 athletes diagnosed with scapular dyskinesia, meeting the predefined criteria were included in the sample. The subjects were randomly assigned into 2 experimental groups. Group A received scapular muscle strengthening for 4 weeks (4 days per week) and Group B received cyhnore muscle strengthening and shoulder exercises. AHD readings (USG scans) were taken at baseline and after 6 weeks of intervention by an assessor blinded to an treatment allocation of the patients. Results The mean difference of pre and post AHD at 00, 450, and 600 was significant within group A and group B. On comparison between post intervention values of AHD using Un paired t-test, more significant difference was found in group B (p< 0.0001) when compared with group A . Conclusion The results indicate that both group A and group B increases AHD. But when compared between both groups, group B shows more significant improvement than group A in increasing AHD.


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Scapular dyskinesia, Acromiohumeral distance (AHD).

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  Thesis Title: Breaking Caste Bonds: The Nadar Community and the Fight for Equality in Travancore

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00152

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00152

  Register Thesis ID - 281064

  Title: BREAKING CASTE BONDS: THE NADAR COMMUNITY AND THE FIGHT FOR EQUALITY IN TRAVANCORE

  Author Name(s): Dr. Sukesh Kumaradas

 Pages: 924-956

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 27

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Kerala has experienced discrimination and segregation based on factors such as caste, race, ethnicity, or social status making it crucial to recognize and dismantle these harmful practices to foster a truly inclusive and equitable society in Kerala. Bound by threads of oppression, the Nadar community rose against the cruel tapestry of caste hierarchy. The famous "breast cloth agitation," a scarlet stain upon their dignity, fuelled their fight for freedom. Women, their bodies the battleground, unfurled the banner of resistance, their voices weaving a symphony of dissent against immobility and injustice. This potent chorus of liberation echoed across Kerala, unfurling a tide of reform that threatened to unravel the very fabric of social inequity. However, it also acknowledges that over time, there have been significant efforts to dismantle or reform these systems. The title clearly outlines the chronological progression of events, starting with the Nadars and Channar Lahala. In the annals of Kerala's social history, the Channar Lahala stand as a pioneering moment, marking a watershed in the struggle for equality and the dismantling of oppressive social norms. The revolt that Nadar Christians initiated from 1822 to 1859, marked a symbolic act of defiance against the oppressive practice of upper caste monopolizing the right to wear upper cloth. Restive and unwilling to endure their plight silently, the resolute Nadar caste of Travancore took proactive measures by initiating a tranquil conversion movement to Christianity, strategically signalling their discontent with the high castes. The Channar riot encapsulated a vehement fight for the fundamental right of women to don clothing. The Channar Lahala uprising, a pivotal movement in Kerala's social history, significantly challenged the entrenched caste system and paved the way for the advancement of women's rights. Examining this narrative, the discourse scrutinizes the crucial role played by Christianity, the formidable leadership of women, and the profound repercussions stemming from this historic uprising.


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travancore, channarlahala, Christian missionaries, nadar,janmi-kudiyan, kuppayam(jacket), Melmundu,(upper cloth) Vedamanikam, ringeltaube william tobias, robert caldwell, vaikunda swamy, rev charles mead, samuel mateer, catechist

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  Thesis Title: IMPACT OF MGNREGA ON WOMEN'S LIFE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF STAKEHOLDERS: A CASE STUDY OF HARYANA

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00151

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00151

  Register Thesis ID - 280973

  Title: IMPACT OF MGNREGA ON WOMEN'S LIFE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF STAKEHOLDERS: A CASE STUDY OF HARYANA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Tarminder Kaur

 Pages: 897-923

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 18

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MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) is emerged as a crucial step in the direction of providing employment and eradicating poverty to the large extent. The legislation is designed in such a way that it has encompassed almost rural society to cater the wider needs of employment and rural development. There is a special provision of women employment which shows gender sensitivity. The employment of rural women in MGNREGA is also subject to various socio-cultural aspects. The paper aims at knowing the views of stakeholders towards MGNREGA and its impact on rural poor women in Haryana.


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  Thesis Title: Impact of Instagram on Fast Food Branding in India: An Analysis of Consumer Perceptions and Behaviours

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00150

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00150

  Register Thesis ID - 280819

  Title: IMPACT OF INSTAGRAM ON FAST FOOD BRANDING IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS AND BEHAVIOURS

  Author Name(s): D Shrusthi, FAROOQ AHMED SHARIFF

 Pages: 847-896

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 14

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Social media platforms have become a popular tool for fast food branding. Instagram has gained popularity in recent years, with brands using the platform to promote their products and engage with consumers. This research paper aims to investigate the impact of Instagram on fast food branding in India, with a specific focus on the perceptions and behaviours of 18 to 25-year-olds. A questionnaire-based survey was distributed with 200 respondents, in which there were 160 respondents. The results suggest that Instagram has a significant impact on fast food branding in India, with young adult or emerging adult consumers that is 18 to 25-year-olds being particularly influenced by social media marketing campaigns. Results show that Instagram has a significant impact on fast food branding in India, with consumers perceiving brands on Instagram as more visually appealing and trendy. Moreover, the study found that consumers engage with fast food brands on Instagram to gain information about products, to feel connected to the brand, and to engage in brand-related activities. The research concludes by providing insights for fast food brands on how fast-food brand's presence in Instagram increase brand awareness, engagement, and loyalty among the target demographic.


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Instagram, Fast Food Branding, Consumer Perceptions, Consumer Behaviours, Social Media Marketing, Young Adult Consumers.

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  Thesis Title: Streamlining Healthcare: Multiple Disease Detection Web App for Convenient and Accurate Diagnoses

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00149

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00149

  Register Thesis ID - 279782

  Title: STREAMLINING HEALTHCARE: MULTIPLE DISEASE DETECTION WEB APP FOR CONVENIENT AND ACCURATE DIAGNOSES

  Author Name(s): Niraj Sunil Bharambe, Sanjana Ramesh Bhangale, Ajay Namdev Phadke

 Pages: 817-846

 Year: January 2024

 Downloads: 40

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  Thesis Title: Pandu an review article: ancient ayurveda and modern aspect

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00148

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00148

  Register Thesis ID - 279755

  Title: PANDU AN REVIEW ARTICLE: ANCIENT AYURVEDA AND MODERN ASPECT

  Author Name(s): Dr sachin chouhan, Dr anamika chouhan

 Pages: 789-816

 Year: December 2023

 Downloads: 24

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In Ayurveda, Pandu roga is a considered as a specific disease with its own Specific Nidana, Purvarupa, Rupa, Samporapati and Chikitsa. Thus an attempt has been made to study the disease Pandu roga according to Ayurvedic text. Pandu, is a disease characterized by pallor of body which strikingly resembles with 'Anaemia' of modern science, disease to reduction in number of RBCs per cu mm of Blood and quantity of Hb% resulting in pallor like other symptoms. The need for the discussion of Pandu roga becomes important due to the gravity of the problem. It is the commonest nutritional disorder all over the world and forms a major problem of mankind especially in a country like India due to low socio economic status, illiteracy and malnutrition in a major part of the population. It affects the physical and mental health of children, affects school performance and increases susceptibility to various infections. Further infants born to anaemic mothers have low Iron reserves and fall prey to Anaemia later in life with its adverse consequences. The word Anaemia in Greek means a lack of blood. Actually it is a Deficiency of haemoglobin and there are various grades of this deficiency. Anaemia is the most common and widespread nutritional disorder in the world. As well as affecting a large number of children and women in developing countries. It is the only nutrient deficiency which is also significantly prevalent in industrialized countries. The number are staggering 2 billion people - over 30% of the world's population are Anaemic may due to iron - deficiency and in resource poor areas. Anaemia can result from a large number of causes, including nutritional Deficiencies, acute or slow loss of blood due to trauma or diseases, destruction of red blood cells due to various metabolic and immunological abnormalities or toxins, disease of the bone marrow, general systemic diseases like infections and various varieties of cancers, kidney failure because kidney produces an important hormone, erythropoietin, which is required to stimulate the bone marrow to produce red blood cells and finally there may be genetic abnormalities in the formation of the haemoglobin molecules itself. The best known examples of these abnormalities are Thalassemia and sickle cell disease. In this write-up we will mainly concern ourselves with the nutritional aspect of Anaemia because that is where public awareness can help in the prevention and treatment of this disease. A survey in Asia by World Health Organization showed that approximately 10% of men, more than 20% women (more than 40% during pregnancy); more than 50% of children of all ages and 92% of children below the age of two years suffer from Anaemia. In India 20-40% of the population, equally of all ages and either sexes have been suffering from Iron deficiency and nutritional anaemia. For its diffuse global spread IDA is recognized as a world health problem.


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pandu. anemia , ayurveda

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  Thesis Title: "PORT FOLIO MANAGEMENT AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN MUTUAL FUND'S SECURITY MARKET"

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00147

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00147

  Register Thesis ID - 277319

  Title: "PORT FOLIO MANAGEMENT AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN MUTUAL FUND'S SECURITY MARKET"

  Author Name(s): SRI UTTAM GHOSH

 Pages: 751-788

 Year: December 2023

 Downloads: 69

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This paper gives o Definition of Portfolio and Portfolio Management. o Objectives and functions of Portfolio Management. o Risk and Return Relationship and its application in Mutual Fund's Security Market. o Professionally Portfolio Management by Portfolio Manager. o Measurement of diversification of risk. o This paper also consider same issues related to Portfolio Management. o Investment Portfolio Management. o Portfolio Risk o Selecting optimal Portfolio o Establish / build a Profitable Portfolio.


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  Thesis Title: To Study Body Mass Index among Students and Faculty of the Centre of Excellence - Tourism and Hospitality, Bhiwadi: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00146

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00146

  Register Thesis ID - 279342

  Title: TO STUDY BODY MASS INDEX AMONG STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF THE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE - TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY, BHIWADI: A DESCRIPTIVE CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

  Author Name(s): Dr. Braj Bhushan Kumar, Dr Sumnalata Dewangan, Shubham Gupta, Ritu Kumari Pandey

 Pages: 722-750

 Year: December 2023

 Downloads: 24

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Body mass index is commonly used as a standard to classify overweight, underweight, and obese individuals. Higher BMI has been found associated with several medical conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular, respiratory, reproductory, depression etc. Aim: The study aimed to assess the overall health status of students and faculty of the Centre of Excellence - Tourism & Hospitality through BMI assessment. Methodology: A consent form was prepared, which included questions about personal details such as name, age, height, weight, BMI grade, diet and amount of exercise they do in a day, blood pressure, and blood sugar measurements. A combination of qualitative and quantitative assessments was conducted. Result: In our study, we observe that the faculty participants have higher percentage of overweight in comparison to students. Food production students displayed the highest 54% abnormal BMI[both underweight and overweight] grades while the students from the fitness and wellness had very good overall health status.


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BMI, Centre of Excellence, Physical activity

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  Thesis Title: COMPARING THE IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF CHANDRA ANULOMA VILOMA PRANAYAMA IN HYPERTENSIVE AND NORMOTENSIVE INDIVIDUALS ON CARDIOPULMONARY FUNCTIONS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00145

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  Title: COMPARING THE IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF CHANDRA ANULOMA VILOMA PRANAYAMA IN HYPERTENSIVE AND NORMOTENSIVE INDIVIDUALS ON CARDIOPULMONARY FUNCTIONS

  Author Name(s): Kavya C T, Dr vasanthkumar sr

 Pages: 696-721

 Year: December 2023

 Downloads: 36

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BACKGROUND: Hypertension (HTN) is one of the most common medical disorder and is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Yogic practices which include pranayama are known to affect the cardiopulmonary functions. Chandra anuloma viloma pranayama refers to unilateral left nostril breathing which corresponds to the parasympathetic arousal. The present study was conducted to compare the immediate effect of chandra anuloma viloma pranayama in hypertensive and normotensive individuals on cardiopulmonary functions. AIM:To compare the immediate effect of Chandra anuloma viloma pranayama in hypertensive and normotensive individuals on cardiopulmonary functions. OBJECTIVES:To study the effect of Chandra anuloma viloma (CAV) pranayama on cardio-pulmonary functions like blood pressure, oxygen saturation and pulse rate in hypertensive and normotensive individuals. MATERIALS &METHODS:In this two group pre-post study, 32 participants were selected from 2 hospitals such as arogyadhama (Svyasa University) and Sparsha naturopathy hospital. They were assigned into two groups (hypertensive, n=16) & (normotensive, n=16) based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. RESULTS: The pre-post data within each group showed significant difference in hypertensive group. In normotensive group significant changes are noted, but less significant than hypertensive group. CONCLUSION:The results of this study suggest that CAV is an effective measure to reduce blood pressure in hypertensive individuals. Further, it is observed that there are less significant changes in cardiovascular parameters of normotensive individuals thereby implying that it brings a state of balance or homeostasis. Hence, CAV could potentially be used as an adjuvant therapy in hypertensive individuals.


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Hypertension, pranayama, blood pressure, CAV.

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  Thesis Title: A Comprehensive Review On – Covid -19: Vaccination

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00144

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  Title: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW ON – COVID -19: VACCINATION

  Author Name(s): Mule Dhanashri Achyutrao, Ambuse Komal Fulchand, Sayyad Sohel Shaikhfarid, Dr Shaikh Gazi, Aboli Mahaveer Nirwane

 Pages: 667-695

 Year: December 2023

 Downloads: 34

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The COVID-19 is a highly transmittable and pathogenic viral infection caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), which is emerged in, China and spread over globe. Genomic analysis revealed that SARS-CoV-2 is phylogenetically related to severe acute respiratory syndrome-like (SARS-like) bat viruses; therefore bats could be the possible primary reservoir. The intermediate source of origin and transfer to humans is not known, however, the rapid human to human transfer has been confirmed widely. There is no clinically approved antiviral treatment available to be used against COVID-19. However, few broad-spectrum antiviral drugs have been evaluated against COVID-19 in clinical trials, resulted in clinical recovery. This review, summarize and analyze the emergence and pathogenecity of COVID-19 infection and previous human corona viruses (SARS-CoV) and (MERS-CoV). We also discuss the post COVID complications, co morbidity and COVID-19 and approaches for developing effective vaccines and therapeutic combinations to cope with this viral outbreak.


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  Thesis Title: EFFECT OF FASTING ON STRESS, QUALITY OF LIFE & SLEEP PATTERN AMONG HEALTHY COLLEGE STUDENTS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00143

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  Title: EFFECT OF FASTING ON STRESS, QUALITY OF LIFE & SLEEP PATTERN AMONG HEALTHY COLLEGE STUDENTS

  Author Name(s): Bhavana C V, Chaithanya nayak, Bhavana Bhat, Dr vasanthkumar sr

 Pages: 637-666

 Year: December 2023

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Background: Fasting, or the voluntary restriction of solid food consumption, has been practiced widely by different cultures and religions and used in clinical treatments for a variety of reasons.This study aims at assessing the effect of fasting on stress, quality of life & sleep pattern among healthy college students. Materials & methods: 30 healthy individuals were randomly selected. Fasting was given as intervention for 8 days with 2 days (1st and 8th day) of boiled diet to assess the sleep pattern, level of stress and quality of life using PSQI (Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index), PSQ (Perceived Stress Questionnaire) and SF-36 (Short Form Survey) respectively. Statistical analysis was performed by paired t-test using Statistical Package for Social Sciences version-26. Results: Based on statistical analysis, p value of sleep variable is 0.001, p value of pain is 0.01, p value of general health variable is 0.054, p value of emotional wellbeing variable is 0.003 and p value of energy variable is 0.001 which indicates that there is significant improvement in quality of sleep, pain levels, general health and emotional wellbeing of the subjects. Conclusion: It was observed that there was improvement in the quality of sleep and general health and reduction in pain and fatigue.


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  Thesis Title: Relationship between Biodiversity Awareness and Environement Conservation Commitment among Seocndary School Students

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00142

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  Title: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BIODIVERSITY AWARENESS AND ENVIRONEMENT CONSERVATION COMMITMENT AMONG SEOCNDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  Author Name(s): Dr.Abdul Rasheed Poozhithara, Aswathi.M

 Pages: 610-636

 Year: November 2023

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The present article examines the Relationship between Biodiversity Awareness and Environement Conservation Commitment among Seocndary School Students of Kozhikode District of Kerala state. The survey mmehtod was used for the study.The study was conducted on a representative sample of 500 Secondary School Students. Stratified random sampling technique was used to collect the data from he Secondary school Students. Preliminary analysis, Test of significance of difference between mean scores and Karl Pearson's Product Moment Coefficient of Correlation(r) was used for statistical analysis of data. The tools used for the persent study are Biodiversity Awareness Test and Environmental Conservation Commitment Scale. The study will help to find out the Biodiversity Awareness and Environmental Conservation Commitment among secondary school students of Kozhikode district. The study reveals that there exists significant relation between Biodiversity Awareness and Environmental Conservation Commitment. The correlation obtained for the total samples and relevant subsamples revealed that there exists Moderate positive correlation between Biodiversity Awareness and Environmental Conservation Commitment among Secondary School Students. The study recommends that 'Environmental day' should be celebrated all over the India for strengthening awareness program among school children. It is also recommended that Teacher Training Institutes should include Environmental issues in their curriculum to inculcate the Biodiversity Awareness and Environmental Conservation Commitment among Secondary School Students of Kerala State.


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  Thesis Title: Ultrasonographic and Color Doppler Evaluation of Carotid Artery Intima Media Thickness and Resistive Index In Hypertensive Patients Compared with Normotensives,A Cross Sectional Study

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00141

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00141

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  Title: ULTRASONOGRAPHIC AND COLOR DOPPLER EVALUATION OF CAROTID ARTERY INTIMA MEDIA THICKNESS AND RESISTIVE INDEX IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS COMPARED WITH NORMOTENSIVES,A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY

  Author Name(s): Dr Arjumand Banu, Dr Nada Mehreen

 Pages: 570-609

 Year: November 2023

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Aim- 1) To asses carotid artery intima media thickness and associated resistive index un hypertensive patients using hugh frequency ultrasound and color doppler 2)To compare the findings in Hyoertensive subjects with Normotensive subjects Method- cross sectional study of 50 patients conducted in department of radiology at Shadan institute of medical sceinces with clinically diagnosed hypertenion.Normotensives were students,patients relatives and staff


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  Thesis Title: Unveiling the Hidden Potential of Extracurricular Engagement: A Comprehensive Analysis of its Impact on Bachelor Students' Writing Proficiency ( Samtah College- Jazan University)

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00140

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00140

  Register Thesis ID - 277301

  Title: UNVEILING THE HIDDEN POTENTIAL OF EXTRACURRICULAR ENGAGEMENT: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF ITS IMPACT ON BACHELOR STUDENTS' WRITING PROFICIENCY ( SAMTAH COLLEGE- JAZAN UNIVERSITY)

  Author Name(s): Hanaa Kamal Nassar, Nusrat Jahan Mallick, Nahla Mohamed Nasur Ibnauf, Gamar Sulieman Ibrahim Hassbo

 Pages: 515-569

 Year: November 2023

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Extracurricular writing activities can significantly improve students' writing proficiency. This study investigated the impact of extracurricular writing activities on the writing skills of English department Students at Samtah Applied College. The study focused on various activities such as the student newspaper, literary magazines, writing workshops, debate clubs, and research projects. A mixed-methods approach was used to collect data on students' participation in extracurricular writing activities, the impact of such activities on their writing skills, and the challenges that students faced while participating in these activities. The findings of this study indicate that students who participated in extracurricular writing activities demonstrated notable improvements in their skills, such as grammar, vocabulary, organization, style, and audience awareness. However, the study also revealed that students face challenges participating in these activities, including lack of time, access to activities, and support from instructors and mentors. Therefore, policymakers and educators should encourage and support extracurricular writing activities by providing a variety of options, partnering with community organizations, delivering support to students, and providing more flexible and convenient activities. This study is also focused on the using of extracurricular writing activities can positively impact students' writing proficiency, which can benefit to them throughout their academic and professional careers. The study came up with preliminary study, a number of findings, recommendation, and offered some suggestions based on the solutions.


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  Thesis Title: AN EXAMINATION OF THE TRAJECTORY OF FEMINIST LANGUAGE INNOVATION IN RESPONSE TO MALE CHAUVINISM

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00139

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  Title: AN EXAMINATION OF THE TRAJECTORY OF FEMINIST LANGUAGE INNOVATION IN RESPONSE TO MALE CHAUVINISM

  Author Name(s): Almas Raza Rizvi, Fiza Raza Rizvi, (Dr) G. Mohamed Abbas Khan

 Pages: 452-514

 Year: November 2023

 Downloads: 39

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It draws on a variety of sources, including literature, media, and historical records, to provide a comprehensive overview of how language has been used as a tool for resisting male chauvinism and how this has evolved. The primary research question is "What is the trajectory of feminist language innovation in response to male chauvinism?" The feminist movement has a rich history of collective activism, which has given rise to various reform movements, including the French Revolution, the Temperance Movement, and the Abolitionist Movement. Feminist language innovation has played a significant role in shaping social norms and creating spaces for resistance. For instance, the term "Ms." challenged the traditional belief that a woman's identity was tied to her maritalstatus. However, the term "feminist" remains a controversial term for many people. While some view it as empowering and inspiring, others see it as synonymous with criticism and judgment. This study examines the literature on feminist language innovation and its trajectory in response to male chauvinism. One of the main arguments is that feminist language innovations can challenge and transform gendered language use, such as replacing male-centric language with gender-neutral terms. Feminist linguistics scholars argue that language reinforces gender roles and stereotypes, and women can challenge and change the gendered language through conscious language use. Additionally, feminist language innovations can be a powerful tool for challenging power imbalances and promoting social change. This study concludes that feminist language x innovation can be a valuable tool for creating and promoting feminist praxis and resistance against oppressive power structures.


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Feminist language innovation, Male chauvinism, Gendered language, Inclusive language, Gender roles, Gender stereotypes, Language change, Resistance to language change, Gender-neutral pronouns, Subordinate position of women, non-gendered job title.

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  Thesis Title: Agarang Pagwawasto: Hamong Nararanasan Ng Mga Gurong Filipino Sa Paggamit Ng Mag-Aaral Sa Wikang Kolokyal At Balbal Na Salita Sa Bagong Kadawyan

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00138

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00138

  Register Thesis ID - 276948

  Title: AGARANG PAGWAWASTO: HAMONG NARARANASAN NG MGA GURONG FILIPINO SA PAGGAMIT NG MAG-AARAL SA WIKANG KOLOKYAL AT BALBAL NA SALITA SA BAGONG KADAWYAN

  Author Name(s): Marie Cris Manaig Garcia

 Pages: 323-451

 Year: November 2023

 Downloads: 175

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Pamagat : AGARANG PAGWAWASTO: HAMONG NARARANASAN NG MGA GURONG FILIPINO SA PAGGAMIT NG MAG-AARAL SA WIKANG KOLOKYAL AT BALBAL NA SALITA SA BAGONG KADAWYAN May-akda : MARIE CRIS M. GARCIA Degree : Dalubhasa ng Sining sa Edukasyon Medyor Sa Filipino Paaralan : Laguna College of Business and Arts Taong Panuruan : 2022-2023 Tagapayo : Vivien E. Untalan, LPT, PhD Susing Salita : Kolokyal at Balbal sa Salita Hamong Nararanasan ng mga Guro, Bagong Kadawyan Ang pag-aaral na ito ay naglalayong suriin ang penomonolohikal na karanasan ng mag-aaral kaugnay sa agarang pagwawasto sa balbal at kolokyal na salita na kanilang ginagamit sa loob ng paaralan. Layunin nito na maunawaan ang mga saloobin, motibasyon, at konteksto sa likod ng paggamit ng mga salitang ito, pati na rin ang mga paraan kung paano ito natutugunan ng mga guro at iba pang stakeholders sa edukasyon. Sa pamamagitan ng penomonolohikal na pag-aaral, inilalantad ng pananaliksik ang personal na karanasan at perspektiba ng mag-aaral na direkta at aktibong gumagamit ng balbal at kolokyal na salita. Sa proseso nito, isinagawa ang mga interbyu at focus group discussions upang masuri ang mga saloobin, karanasan, at pananaw ng mga indibidwal na sangkot sa pag-aaral. Ang mga natuklasan ng pag-aaral na ito, mahirap na pakikipagkomunikasyon at pakikitungo sa kapwa mag-aaral; interbyu; mga aktibidad at background check; tungkol sa paksang tinatalakay at kanya-kanyang buhay pamilya at pag-ibig; kapag nahihirapan sa oras ng klase at nakakagawa ng kamalian; mga sitwasyong bahagi ng kanilang pag-aaral; agarang pagwawasto ng mali sa iba't ibang paraan; itinatama ang mga mali sa iba't ibang paraan; positibo at negatibong reaksyon; pagbibigay ng disclaimer; pagtanggap, at pagpapaliwanag; iba't ibang paraan sa pagbibigay-puna; debate; pagbibiruan, at pagbibigay-karanasan; napapanahong paglalahad ng mga puna. Nakita ng pananaliksik na ang paggamit ng mga salitang ito ay may kaugnayan sa mga personal na karanasan, sosyal na konteksto, at pangangailangan ng mag-aaral na maihayag ang kanilang pagkakakilanlan at pangkatang pagpapahalaga. Higit sa lahat, nais ng pananaliksik na ito na magbigay ng mga rekomendasyon upang matugunan ang agarang pagwawasto ng balbal at kolokyal na salita. Kasama sa mga mungkahi ang pagpapalakas ng kamalayan sa kahalagahan ng paggamit ng tama at malinis na wika, pagsasagawa ng mga pagsasanay at aktibidad na naglalayong magpatibay ng wastong paggamit ng wika, at pagsasama ng pamilya at iba pang komunidad bilang mga katuwang sa paglinang ng kasanayan sa wika mag-aaral.


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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES ADOPTED BY MICRO SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSME's) IN INDIA FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: CASE OF WOMEN ENTREPRENUERS IN MSME'S

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00137

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00137

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  Title: A STUDY ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES ADOPTED BY MICRO SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSME'S) IN INDIA FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: CASE OF WOMEN ENTREPRENUERS IN MSME'S

  Author Name(s): Dr Amruth Raj Nippatalapalli, Dr Santosh Jhawar, Dr Renuka Lakshmi Avvari

 Pages: 286-322

 Year: November 2023

 Downloads: 61

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Covid-19 has totally shattered the world economic conditions, whether developed, developing or underdeveloped countries has been the victims of this corona virus, suffered tremendously. Many nations depend on their economy mainly on industrial sector whether it is large scale, medium scale, small scale or even micro. According to the World Trade Organization (WTO, 2016) SME's represent over 90 per cent of the business population, 60-70% of employment and 55% of GDP in developed economies. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) estimates those 65 million firms, or 40% of formal micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in developing countries. This results shows the significance of SME's in economic development of a country. After COVID -19 drastic changes occurred i.e., lot of fluctuations in economic conditions of several countries. Many countries suffered with greater economic crisis due to this pandemic covid-19 and effected GDP growth. From large to small industries grieved with this situation as lock down persisted for long period of timeand the companies were to shut down for almost 6 months to one year. Most of the small scale and micro industries were completely closed due to long halt in production or service during that time. To overcome this situation many governments made new amendments and policies in favor of industries for its recovery and growth again. India is among the countries have changed policies regarding industrial development to encourage SME's. Government of India withstanding to SME's financially announced moratorium opportunity even for the SME's because SME's employ around 40% of India's workforce. Around 1.3 million SME's contribute 45% to India's manufacturing output and 40% of India's total export. There are around 6000 products manufactured by 31.7% MSME's while the remaining 68.2% are engaged in providing various services. The Study was done for the women entrepreneurs in MSME's as respondents in 26 districts of Andhra Pradesh. Based on the issues and challenges faced by the women entrepreneurs with analysis of the data and the study would advise to the Government of Andhra Pradesh on how to improve MSME's economically by supporting them with policy decisions and developing strategies, this study was also gave scope for the researchers who are focusing on SME's and women entrepreneurs. The study was also gave the scope to woman entrepreneurs about innovative thinking about their companies' products or services and most of these SME's have almost shut down due to pandemic in Andhra Pradesh as well as in other states in India. This study provides strategies and also helps in forecasting the probable situations and developing innovative practices in production of goods or services with sustainability


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Innovative practices, SME's, Economic Development, Women Entrepreneurs, Andhra Pradesh, Post Covid, issues and challenges

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  Thesis Title: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURE IN INDIA, SWITZERLAND, CANADA, USA, FRANCE AND GERMANY

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00136

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  Title: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURE IN INDIA, SWITZERLAND, CANADA, USA, FRANCE AND GERMANY

  Author Name(s): NAVISHA UZAIRA KHAN, KOHELICA NAG

 Pages: 260-285

 Year: October 2023

 Downloads: 64

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Amendments to the Constitution are deeds or other activities that will enable such changes. More specifically, these deeds and activities will remove all or parts of the rules and substitute new legislation. These adjustments are necessary in order to breathe new life into the texts and strengthen democracy. Constitutions need to amend over time to fix parts that don't work or aren't good enough, to meet new needs or changing public demands, and to reflect how people think about their rights. A living constitution would often change on its own, as new political norms emerge or as the courts interpret it. But there is also a need for constitutional amendments, which are formal ways to change the words in a constitutional text. So, almost all modern constitutions have rules about how and when formal changes to the constitution can be made. Most constitutions say that amendments can't be made unless they go through a special process that is stricter than what is needed for regular laws. Special procedures include things like requiring a supermajority in the legislature or direct approval from the voters in a referendum, or even a mix of two or more different special procedures. In some places, the people themselves can start a process that leads to a referendum on changing the constitution. Constitutional amendment brings up a lot of complicated legal questions about how it can help protect constitutional democracy. Those questions will be answered differently depending on whatever interpretation of the Constitution you use.


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  Thesis Title: A Study On The Employee Engagement At Wiz Tech Automation Private Limited

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00135

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  Title: A STUDY ON THE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AT WIZ TECH AUTOMATION PRIVATE LIMITED

  Author Name(s): Muhammad Naveed

 Pages: 219-259

 Year: October 2023

 Downloads: 72

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Employee Engagement has always been the red-hot topic in each and every mouth of the employee who is working for any organization. Many organizations have not been able to retain the workforce successfully due to poor employee engagement and not to able to study the role of employee engagement properly. Employee Engagement is a diversified concept which stretches to all the business functions and horizons. This study focusses on the role of employee engagement in a business organization educating all the fellows, students, working professionals to know the importance of employee engagement and utilizing it in the best manner to achieve organizational objectives and enhancing the other parameters. Employee Engagement has always been the red-hot topic in each and every mouth of the employee who is working for any organization. Many organizations have not been able to retain the workforce successfully due to poor employee engagement and not to able to study the role of employee engagement properly. Employee Engagement is a diversified concept which stretches to all the business functions and horizons. This study focusses on the role of employee engagement in a business organization educating all the fellows, students, working professionals to know the importance of employee engagement and utilizing it in the best manner to achieve organizational objectives and enhancing the other parameters.


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Keywords: Employee Engagement ,Job, Compensation, HRM,HRD, Experience, Job Satisfaction,Development,Training,Up-skilling.

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  Thesis Title: Review Of Various Forensic Analytical Methods For The Detection Of Doping In Sportspersons

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00134

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  Title: REVIEW OF VARIOUS FORENSIC ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF DOPING IN SPORTSPERSONS

  Author Name(s): Shrihari Sanap, Preet Kumar, Deepika Bhandari

 Pages: 180-218

 Year: October 2023

 Downloads: 42

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The act of doping in sports refers to the violation of any guidelines against doping set forth by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). This can encompass the use of illegal or unauthorized substances to enhance performance, or engaging in other illicit practices. Scientific research has demonstrated that doping can have severe negative effects on health, such as elevated blood pressure, increased instances of cardiovascular diseases, liver damage, and psychological addiction. Furthermore, it diminishes the integrity, reputation, and value of sports. Additionally, it has been associated with premature deaths in mainstream sports. Consequently, addressing the global issue of doping in sports has become a significant priority. Health authorities are increasingly recognizing this problem, leading to the development of various new methods and guidelines to combat doping. Many literature reviews and editorials addressing this issue have been publicly released. However, a large portion of these publications focus specifically on advances in anti-doping analytical methods related to specific categories of drugs. Advancements in the field of analytical chemistry are crucial for anti-doping research. Therefore, a variety of experimental approaches and techniques based on analytical methods such as mass spectrometry and gas chromatography are routinely used to detect doping in athletes. This review aims to comprehensively and critically evaluate academic research related to significant advancements in anti-doping analytical methods made over the past decade. It also provides a broader perspective on different classes and subclasses of prohibited drugs and substances, outlining their chemical, structural, biological, and analytical characteristics. This information is presented in accordance with the official guidelines provided by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).


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  Thesis Title: Geological, Geo-electrical resistivity and Geochemical studies on gem tracts inparts of Eastern Ghats, Visakhapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh, India

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00133

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  Title: GEOLOGICAL, GEO-ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY AND GEOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON GEM TRACTS INPARTS OF EASTERN GHATS, VISAKHAPATNAM DISTRICT, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA

  Author Name(s): P.TRINADHA RAO

 Pages: 149-179

 Year: October 2023

 Downloads: 52

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The occurrence of gemminerals is a rare phenomenon and in the same way the geological information, geophysical and geochemical information are also very rare. Visakhapatnam District of Andhra Pradesh state in India, located in parts of Eastern Ghats comprising valuable mineral resources especially gemminerals. The precious and semi-precious stones of Alexandrite, Chrysoberyl, Chrysoberylcat's eye, Garnets, Tourmaline, Sillimanite and a variety of quartz group are known to occur in this region. The gemstones are very much engulfed within the pegmatite both in primary and secondary stages. The geological studies on exploration, mining and environmental planning have shown very promising results, where the gem mineral resources were estimated to a depth of 15 mts. from the surface. Geoelectrical resistivity surveys have been utilized and the results are favorable and correlated with the surface geological features. The geo-chemical investigation carried out for the hostrocks and the associated gem-variety stones and analyzed for their major and minor elemental concentrations. Geochemical analysis of the petrological members of gem bearing tracts of the region was carried out by ICP-MS and elemental concentrations were determined. A few of the samples were processed for XRD analysis. The following important points are noted in (i) Invaluable gem minerals are found in association with the Khondalite suite of rocks, as per their geochemical evaluation. (ii) The secondary pegmatitic body indicated all the mineralogical characteristics of the primary pegmaties in a deeply altered stage (iii) The colluvium forms as the target of explanation for the gem minerals in this region. (iv) The study shows that the element fluorine is endangerous to the local rural people, which may result fluorosis in parts of the this region.


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  Thesis Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO ASSISTED TEACHING ON PRACTICEREGARDING EXERCISES TO SUPPORT SPINE AND PREVENT NECKPAINAMONGSCHOOLCHILDRENOF SELECTEDSCHOOL.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00132

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  Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO ASSISTED TEACHING ON PRACTICEREGARDING EXERCISES TO SUPPORT SPINE AND PREVENT NECKPAINAMONGSCHOOLCHILDRENOF SELECTEDSCHOOL.

  Author Name(s): Miss. Snehal Jitendra Mhaske, Mrs. Sara Tomy, Mrs.Pornima Naik, Ms. Vanita Gaikwad

 Pages: 108-148

 Year: October 2023

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Providing care and comfort to the child is most important responsibility. The need for accuracy in providing comfort to children is greater than that of an adult. As this has become quite a norm, many of them are neither as aware nor as concerned as they should be of the ill effects of this practice on their health. At a certain point, they are bound to complaint about extreme pain on their backs, shoulders, and neck muscles because of slouching or straining for long period of time. Major findings of the study: According to age of the school children of selected school, 60% of them were from age group 9-11 years and 40% from the 12-14 years of age. 56.67% of school children were male child and 43.33% were female child. None of them were from urban area and all 100% were from the rural area 58.33% of the school children of selected school answered yes and 58.33% of them answered no to the question do you have neck pain.to the question do you have knowledge regarding exercises for neck pain, 5% ofthe school children of selected school answered yes and 95.00% of them answered no. As per the source of knowledge 100% answered that the source of knowledge was relatives. At the time of pre-test, assessment of the practice regarding exercises to supportspine and prevent neck pain among school children of selected school, all 100% of school children got the remark try harder. Average practice score at the time of pre-test was 11.81 with standard deviationof 1.09. The minimum score of practice was 10 with maximum score of 15. At the time of post-test, assessment of the practice regarding exercises to support spine and prevent neck pain among school children of selected school, 75% of school children were in the group doing great and 25% of them were in the winner group. Average practice score at the time of pre-test was 34.90 with standard deviationof 0.87. The minimum score of practice was 32 with maximum score of 36. At the time of pre-test, assessment of the practice regarding exercises to support spine and prevent neck pain among school children of selected school, all 100% of school children got the remark try harder. Average practice score at the time of pre-test was 11.81 with standard deviationof 1.09. The minimum score of practice was 10 with maximum score of 15.At the time of post-test, assessment of the practice regarding exercises to support spine and prevent neck pain among school children of selected school, 75% of school children were in the group doing great and 25% of them were in the winner group. Average practice score at the time of pre-test was 34.90 with standard deviationof 0.87. The minimum score of practice was 32 with maximum score of 36. The comparisons of the pre-test and post-test means of the practice were done by the paired t test. The pre-test average score was 11.81 with standard deviation of 1.09. The post-test average score was 34.90 with standard deviation of 0.87. The test statistics value of the paired t test was 130.6 with p value 0.00.The p value less than 0.05, hence null hypothesisisrejected. That meansthere is significant difference in pre and post-test practice. Conclusion: From the study finding it is concluded that video assisted teaching on practice regarding exercises to support spine and prevent neck pain among school children of selected school was effective. However, the effect of exercises to support spine and prevent neck pain need to be explored further. Key words: effectiveness, video assisted teaching, practice, exercise, prevent, pain, school children


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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON THE VARIOUS FACTORS THAT AFFECT PEDIATRIC FORMULATION AND THE WAYS TO OVERCOME IT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00131

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  Title: A STUDY ON THE VARIOUS FACTORS THAT AFFECT PEDIATRIC FORMULATION AND THE WAYS TO OVERCOME IT

  Author Name(s): MRS.DAPHNE SHERINE S, DR.RAVICHANDRAN, ABJEL A, GOPI S, SUKESH KUMER B

 Pages: 83-107

 Year: October 2023

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Because of moral issues and the heterogeneous pediatric population, the development of drugs for children has been disregarded during the twentieth century. There aren't many drugs designed and tested specifically for children, with 43% of centrally authorized pharmaceuticals having pediatric potential but not being approved. To provide age-appropriate pharmaceuticals, evidence-based information is necessary, as are factors such as tailored doses, acceptable bioavailability, non-toxic excipients, uncomplicated administration, and a dependable production technique at a fair price. Pediatric patients require particular oral medicine delivery procedures, as well as compounding and modification. Oral liquid formulations are critical for administering medications to children, ranging from babies to teens. 90% of doctors believe that drug taste and palatability are the most significant treatment barriers, making flavor masking the primary strategy. Children with cystic fibrosis and asthma are given pulmonary formulations, whereas those with systemic and local illnesses are given rectal formulations. Nasal formulations are chosen for their convenience and rapid start, although there is no definitive data on how well children take capsules over tablets. A new regulatory framework has been developed to encourage the development of medications, particularly those designed for children. The current compensation schemes, however, cannot support the development of non-patent medications. To accelerate pediatric pharmaceutical development, companies should identify gaps, increase transparency, improve PIP applications, and resolve ethical problems.


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  Thesis Title: A REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATION FROM ELECTRONIC WASTE ON HUMAN HEALTH

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  Title: A REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATION FROM ELECTRONIC WASTE ON HUMAN HEALTH

  Author Name(s): Akanksha Bansal, Susan Verghese P, Mahima Habil Massey, David Daneesh Massey, Rahul Singh

 Pages: 40-82

 Year: October 2023

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Electronic waste or E-waste comprises old, end-of-life electronic appliances such as computers, laptops, TVs, DVD players, refrigerators, freezers, mobile phones, MP3 players, etc., disposed of by their original users. the categories of E-waste materials, major pollutants including ferrous/non-ferrous metals, plastics, glass, printed circuit boards, cement, ceramic, and rubber side, and some valuable metals (such as Cu, Ag, Au, Pt, Cd, Cr, Al, Li, Hg, Ni, etc.) Toxic elements from E-waste materials, released in the air, water, and soil, including As, Cd, Cr, Cd, Hg, and Pb, cause pollution. It contains many hazardous constituents that may negatively impact the environment and affect human health if not properly managed. Various organizations, bodies, and governments of many countries have adopted and developed environmentally sound options and strategies for E-waste management to tackle the ever-growing threat of E-waste to the environment and human health. This paper presents E-waste composition, categorization, Global and Indian E-waste scenarios, prospects of recoverable, recyclable, and hazardous materials found in the E-waste, Best Available Practices, recycling, and recovery processes followed, and their environmental and occupational hazards. Based on the discussion, various challenges for E-waste management particularly in India are delineated, and needed policy interventions were discussed.


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  Thesis Title: ASSEMBLY OF NEUROSCIENCE TO THE MODEL OF MIND

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00129

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  Title: ASSEMBLY OF NEUROSCIENCE TO THE MODEL OF MIND

  Author Name(s): Pathma

 Pages: 1-39

 Year: October 2023

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ABSTRACT In current, there was several mind models developed as cognitive architectures and their main focus is to explain mind functions. However, few architectures explain the neural basis of the mind. Also in neuroscience explain the neural basis of the brain and is directly related to the mind. The study objective was to identify a mind model with a neural basis established in the model. Therefore the study uses a systematic review of existing literature to find a mental model with a neural basis. For that study use articles within databases of PUBMED and Google scholar. Only English-language articles were selected, but no year restriction was applied. Previous literature about cognitive science, mind models, fundamentals of neuroscience, developmental neuroscience, visual and auditory neuroscience was considered for the study. The data was critically appraised by independent two reviewers to eliminate the risk of bias. Then articles characterized motivations, major assumptions, relationships to neurobiology, modules, working memory, long-term memory, goals, learning, standard cognitive cycle, and model creation. Then best-described mind functions and neural structures synthesis to identify neural circuits assembled mind model. International module, declarative module, visual module, manual module, goal buffer, retrieval buffer, visual buffer, manual buffer, a procedural module with matching, selection, and execution identified as main functions in mind model. Temporal/Hippocampus, VLPFC, aPFC, DLPFC, occipital, parietal cortex, cerebellum, motor cortex, basal ganglia, striatum, pallidum, and thalamus was the associative neural areas of the brain. This explained sensory inputs to brain structures of the frontal cortex, hippocampus & septum, sensory cortex, thalamus, amygdala, midbrain & hypothalamus, hindbrain, and spinal cord. Also reveal the interaction of brain structures of the sensory cortex, hypothalamus, thalamus, amygdala, hippocampus, and working memory of mPFC and dIPFC. In the mind model, the main inputs are taken from the posterior cortex. Then active maintenance is done by the frontal cortex; episodic memory provides by the hippocampus; action selection is done by basal ganglia. This reveals the mind model with neurological circuit assemblies to it. The final model will limit to features of only available cognitive architectures of PUBMED and Google databases in English.


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  Thesis Title: Drug Trafficking and National Security in Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis of The Jonathan and Buhari Administrations (2010-2019).

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00128

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  Title: DRUG TRAFFICKING AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN NIGERIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE JONATHAN AND BUHARI ADMINISTRATIONS (2010-2019).

  Author Name(s): Uduo thomas achu

 Pages: 958-1023

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Drug trafficking poses a severe threat to national security because drug traffickers are responsible for the illegal movement of drugs, weapons, and money across international borders, which undermines peace and security in countries worldwide (United Nations Office of Drug and Crime, 2017). Drug trafficking is an essential funding source for criminal organisations and terrorist groups. These groups use the proceeds of drug trafficking to fund their operations, which can undermine the law and weaken national security (Ohuabunwa, 2019). In addition, violence related to drug trafficking has had a destabilising effect on national security and led to the disruption of public peace (UNODC, 2019).


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  Thesis Title: Navigating the World of Financial Regulation The Role and Impact of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00127

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  Title: NAVIGATING THE WORLD OF FINANCIAL REGULATION THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF THE FINANCIAL ACTION TASK FORCE (FATF)

  Author Name(s): ABHISHEK SINGH, ASHUTOSH SINGH, DR. ANAND SINGH

 Pages: 929-957

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Abstract In the worldwide fight against money laundering and terrorism funding, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) serves as a lynchpin. The intricate world of financial regulation is explored in this essay, with a major emphasis on the FATF's crucial function and the ripple effects it has on the global financial industry. We examine the FATF's historical beginnings, its primary regulatory structure, the complexities of its membership and governance, and the useful ramifications of its recommendations on financial firms. Along with case examples and difficulties encountered, the paper also analyzes the FATF's critical role in preventing money laundering and terrorism funding. We look at how the FATF is changing to meet new concerns in the digital sphere in an era of accelerating digitalization. It's not all acclaim for this global watchdog, though; concerns about its effectiveness and possible overregulation are also looked at. In the conclusion, the paper presents a complete picture of the FATF, its previous successes, current initiatives, and prospective directions it may go in the constantly changing world of financial regulation.


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  Thesis Title: NICOTINE ADDICTION IN INDIA: A COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC STUDY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00126

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  Title: NICOTINE ADDICTION IN INDIA: A COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC STUDY

  Author Name(s): Preethika Pavirala, Dr. Krishna M. Boini

 Pages: 899-928

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  Thesis Title: THE ROLE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: A LITERATURE APPROACH

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00125

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  Title: THE ROLE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: A LITERATURE APPROACH

  Author Name(s): Dr Rajeshwari P, DR Avinash B N, Dr Vidyavathi K

 Pages: 874-898

 Year: September 2023

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  Thesis Title: FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND GROWTH OF THE SERVICE SECTOR IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00124

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  Title: FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND GROWTH OF THE SERVICE SECTOR IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Arti Pandit Dhawan, Vinta Devi

 Pages: 844-873

 Year: September 2023

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- Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Service Sector, Gross Domestic Product, Information Technology, Economic Growth

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  Thesis Title: Effect of covid-19 on pathogenesis of neurodegenerated diseases like: Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease

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  Title: EFFECT OF COVID-19 ON PATHOGENESIS OF NEURODEGENERATED DISEASES LIKE: ALZHEIMER AND PARKINSON’S DISEASE

  Author Name(s): Mukesh Sharma, Jyoti Chauhan, Dr. Aman Sharma

 Pages: 818-843

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  Thesis Title: FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF GESTRORETENTIVE SUSTAINED RELEASE TABLET OF CIPROFLOXACIN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00122

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  Title: FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF GESTRORETENTIVE SUSTAINED RELEASE TABLET OF CIPROFLOXACIN

  Author Name(s): SHIVANI PAL, KASHIF HUSSAIN, DR. PRAVEEN KUMAR ASHOK

 Pages: 788-817

 Year: September 2023

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  Thesis Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING PRESERVATION OF HUMAN MILK AT HOME WORKING WOMEN'S IN SELECTED SCHOOLS.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00121

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  Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING PRESERVATION OF HUMAN MILK AT HOME WORKING WOMEN'S IN SELECTED SCHOOLS.

  Author Name(s): Ms. Shruti Satish Kasar, Ms. Vanita Shivaji Gaikwad

 Pages: 747-787

 Year: August 2023

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ABSTRACT Introduction: Human breast milk provides infants with defensive factors against many illnesses. Infants who are breastfed appear to be less susceptible to certain infections than bottle-fed infants. There are many agents found in human milk that are important in imparting protection to infants; these agents include lysozymes, lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin, interferon, complement components, leukocytes, and immunoglobulins. These protective properties are particularly beneficial during the first few months of an infant�s life, when an effective immune response against foreign organisms cannot be mounted. Storage of human breast milk for limited periods of time is unavoidable in neonatal units and in many households, especially among working mothers who need to report back to work soon after delivery. Methodology: In the present study, pre-experimental one group pre-test post-test research design was used. Total 60 working women�s sample were selected by Probability simple random sampling technique as per the inclusion criteria. Structured Knowledge Question was used in this study. Findings: The comparisons of the pre-test and post-test means of the knowledge regarding preservation of human milk at home among working women�s in selected schools were done by the paired t test. The test was conducted at 5% level of significance. The pre-test average knowledge score was 13.98 with standard deviation of 2.93. The post-test average knowledge score was 27.45 with standard deviation of 1.78. The test statistics value of the paired t test was 29.32 with p value 0.00. The p value less than 0.05, hence reject the null hypothesis. That means there is significant difference in pre and post-test knowledge. Conclusion: The findings of the present study indicated regarding preservation of human milk at home among working women�s, shows that knowledge on preservation of human milk at home is good among the selected working women�s of selected schools. It indicates that the structured teaching programme is effective in improving the knowledge level of working women�s of selected schools. It should be emphasis that having structured teaching programme with working women�s on preservation of human milk at home improves their knowledge.


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  Thesis Title: TRAFFIC SIGNAL VIOLATION DETECTION SYSTEM

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00120

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  Title: TRAFFIC SIGNAL VIOLATION DETECTION SYSTEM

  Author Name(s): Swathika Layashree B, Pragadheeshwaran V, Naveenkumar K, Dharaniya N G

 Pages: 712-746

 Year: August 2023

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The Traffic Signal Violation Detection System (TSVDS) is an innovative solution utilizing computer vision and machine learning to enhance road safety. Fixed cameras monitor intersections, identifying vehicles and recognizing traffic signals in real time. By analyzing vehicle behavior and signal states, the TSVDS accurately detects violations such as red-light running. Captured evidence, including images and timestamps, is used to generate violation notices automatically. Integrated with law enforcement systems, the TSVDS promotes responsible driving behavior, reduces traffic congestion, and contributes to safer roadways.


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  Thesis Title: EYES ON ACCESS : FACE RECOGNITION DOOR UNLOCK

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00119

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  Title: EYES ON ACCESS : FACE RECOGNITION DOOR UNLOCK

  Author Name(s): Akilesh Prabhu s, Manikandan M, Kathiravan T, Mrs T Sathya

 Pages: 678-711

 Year: August 2023

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The Smart Door Notification System is an innovative solution aimed at enhancing security and convenience in residential and commercial spaces. This system utilizes advanced technologies to notify homeowners or users about the status of their doors remotely Companies are getting rid of traditional fingerprinting scanners and creating massive business opportunities by adopting AI-based facial recognition technology. Some of the applications where its usage has become crucial are security & surveillance, authentication/access control systems, digital healthcare, photo retrieval, etc. Our objective was to create a much-needed device for current scenario, a face detection enabled door lock mechanism which will prevent spread of infection through door knobs, door- bells and also provide stronger security system


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  Thesis Title: PREVALENCE OF FORGIVENESS IN RELATION TO REJECTION SENSITIVITY IN ADULTS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00118

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  Title: PREVALENCE OF FORGIVENESS IN RELATION TO REJECTION SENSITIVITY IN ADULTS

  Author Name(s): Pratibha Shekhawat

 Pages: 646-677

 Year: August 2023

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The desire to achieve acceptance and to avoid rejection is widely acknowledged to be a central human motive. Rejection sensitivity has effective role in life satisfaction and it is negatively associated with it. But forgiveness has positive relationship with life satisfaction. Forgiveness might provide potential benefit for overcoming the negative outcomes of Rejection sensitivity. The present study was done in Jaipur city, Rajasthan to access the relationship between forgiveness and rejection sensitivity in male and female unmarried adults. 70 unmarried individuals from age range of 20 to 30, where 35 were males and other 35 were females has been selected through random sampling method. Heartland Forgiveness Questionnaire (HFS) developed by Thompson et al and Rejection Sensitivity RS-Adult Questionnaire constructed by Berenson & et al. has been administered for data collection and the participants were asked to complete them. Data was calculated using mean, SD, and Pearson product-moment correlation and the hypothesis were tested on 0.01 level of significance. It was found that Forgiveness is negatively correlated with Rejection Sensitivity.


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  Thesis Title: A REVIEW: EXPLORING THE SCIENCE OF NUTRACEUTICALS, MARKET GROWTH AND LEADING INDUSTRIES.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00117

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  Title: A REVIEW: EXPLORING THE SCIENCE OF NUTRACEUTICALS, MARKET GROWTH AND LEADING INDUSTRIES.

  Author Name(s): Kale srushti bhagwat, Shinde pooja shivaji, Ghadage bhagyashri chhagan, Shendage arati balu

 Pages: 615-645

 Year: August 2023

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Nutraceuticals,Nutrition, Health benefits, cardiovascular disease,cancer,irritable bowel syndrome,diabetes, Alzheimer�s disease.

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF USING COLD NEEDLE FOR GIVING INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION TO MINIMISE THE PAIN INTENSITY AMONG PATIENTS ADMITTED AT SELECTED TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL BELGAUM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00116

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  Title: A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF USING COLD NEEDLE FOR GIVING INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION TO MINIMISE THE PAIN INTENSITY AMONG PATIENTS ADMITTED AT SELECTED TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL BELGAUM

  Author Name(s): MRS.SHEELA.NIRWANI, MS.JENESIS.FERNANDES

 Pages: 580-614

 Year: August 2023

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PROBLEM STATEMENT �A study to evaluate the efficacy of using cold needle for giving intramuscular injection to minimise the pain intensity among patients admitted at selected tertiary care hospital Belgaum� BACKGROUND Needle procedures are rampant over a lifetime, especially in juvenescence and can cause pain and fear. The diminution of pain has been a key aspect in the role of healthcare workers. The fear of needles can cause anxiety and can be an obstruction while receiving vaccines. Injection fear and an unpleasant prior experience can invoke trepidation and shock and can cause fainting in a few, it�s common among a cluster of patients. Administering an Intramuscular injection by the routine technique is a common procedure carried out to deliver a medication. However, this can cause pain and fear in patients so the study focuses on administering an intramuscular injection by using a Cold Needle technique. METHOD A True Experimental post-test-only control research design was used to determine the effectivity of using a Cold Needle technique. 60 participants were selected and divided equally into Experimental and Control Group by random sampling. The test was performed and intervention was given to the Experimental group. The levels of pain were measured using a 10-point Numerical pain scale. RESULTS The difference between the Experimental and Control group was ruled out, the Mean pain score after intervention in Case group is 1.73 � 1.08 and the Mean pain score without intervention in Control Group is 7.17 � 1.05. The post-test mean values of pain among the experimental and control group were obtained at p<0.001. which proposes that reduced levels of pain in experimental group at the time of IM inoculation was because of using cold needle as an intervention and not accidental or by luck. A significantly high difference was detected. CONCLUSION The study concludes that using the cold needle technique was successful in lowering pain. KEYWORDS: Cold Needle technique, Intramuscular injection, Pain


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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA PROMOTIONS ON THE CONSUMER PURCHASE DECISION OF PERSONAL LIFESTYLE PRODUCTS IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00115

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  Title: A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA PROMOTIONS ON THE CONSUMER PURCHASE DECISION OF PERSONAL LIFESTYLE PRODUCTS IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): YUVASRI S

 Pages: 552-579

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  Thesis Title: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF ANALYTICAL METHODSFOR DETERMINATION OF IMPURITIES IN GRANISETRON BY USING HPLC AND UPLC

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00114

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  Title: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF ANALYTICAL METHODSFOR DETERMINATION OF IMPURITIES IN GRANISETRON BY USING HPLC AND UPLC

  Author Name(s): Ashlesha Babasaheb Kolhe, Dr. L. Hingne, Gulshan Rathi

 Pages: 516-551

 Year: August 2023

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deals with an introduction giving a brief account of various aspects to be considered for the development of new UPLC and HPLC methods for the assay of pharmaceutical substances and their formulations in single dose (three compounds) and in combination (four compounds, only by UPLC and HPLC). The introduction includes a brief account on pharmaceutical substances and their formulations in the present investigation and general information and methodology for the development of new methods using UPLC and HPLC. The information given under includes a brief study on UPLC and HPLC components (Solvent delivery systems, solvent degassing system, Gradient elution devises, sample introduction systems and detectors along with column packing materials inclusive of bonded phase). System performance (System suitability)and method performance calculations such as relative retention, theoretical plates, height equivalent to theoretical plates (HETP), capacity factor, resolution, peak symmetry (Tailing factor), Validation of Analytical methods (As per ICH guidelines, for parameters- System Precision, Specificity, Method Precision, Recovery(Accuracy), Linearity, Robustness and Ruggedness) used in the present investigation.. it gives a brief account of chemical name, structure, literature on physic chemical properties and mode of action, literature on available physicochemical methods reported for Granisetron. There is lack of RP-UPLC methods along with complicated process for sample preparation in case of RP-UPLC methods. Taking all these views of the drug into consideration, the author has developed a simple stability indication UPLC method for the quantitative estimation of Granisetron. A simple, accurate and reproducible reverse phase UPLC method was developed for the estimation of Granisetron in bulk drugs and formulations. The optimized method consists of mobile phase pH 6.5 ammonium acetate buffer and Acetonitrile in gradientelution mode with a run time of 4 minutes and a flow rate of 0.4 mL/min. UV detection was carried out at a wavelength of 305 nm with an injection volume of 2 �L. Acquity BEHC18 (1.7 �m, 100 mm *2.1 mm) column. The retention time of Granisetron was found to be 1.75 minutes. The developed method was validated as per ICH Q2A (R1) guideline. The proposed UPLC method was linear over the range of 10.22-30.50 �g/mL, the correlation coefficient was found to be 0.999. Relative standard deviation for method precision was found to be 0.32 % and intermediate precision was found to be 0.34 %. Limit of Detection was found to be 0.25 �g/mL and Limit of Quantification was found to be 0.77 �g/mL, respectively.


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  Thesis Title: AN OVERVIEW OF SCOLIOSIS AND ITS CAUSES, AS WELL AS CURRENT TREATMENT OPTIONS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00113

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  Title: AN OVERVIEW OF SCOLIOSIS AND ITS CAUSES, AS WELL AS CURRENT TREATMENT OPTIONS

  Author Name(s): YASH SRIVASTAV, AKHANDNATH PRAJAPATI, MADHAW KUMAR, ALKA VERMA, RANJANA CHAUHAN

 Pages: 484-515

 Year: August 2023

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  Thesis Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING BLOOD DONATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS OF SELECTED HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00112

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  Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING BLOOD DONATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS OF SELECTED HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL

  Author Name(s): Miss. Shraddha Gadhe, Mrs. Sara Tomy, Mrs.Pornima Naik, Mr.Janmejay Sanjay Gadhe

 Pages: 434-483

 Year: August 2023

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The present time is hasty, full of rush. This often brings about unexpected situations to which man is not prepared. Patient with bleeding disorders, accidents, surgeries, inherited/acquired hematological disease and malignancies are of an important concern for the society. Hence, blood is the vital component of human life and there are no alternatives developed till now. However, researcher felt the need of awareness among adolescents of this period is crucial for the development of an individual�s attitude and pro-social skills. A Quasi-experimental study was conducted on 100 adolescent. Samples for study were selected by using non probability convenient sampling technique. The data was collected by using structured knowledge questionnaires. Pre test was conducted and on the same day self instructional module was also administered. After 7 days post test was conducted to assess the gained knowledge using the same structured knowledge questionnaire. The comparisons of the pretest and posttest means of the knowledge were done by the paired t test. The pretest average score was 9.50 with standard deviation of 1.73. The posttest average score was 16.87 with standard deviation of 1.22. The test statistics value of the paired t test was 34.52 with p value 0.00. The p value less than 0.05, hence the null hypothesis was rejected. That means there is significant difference in pre and posttest knowledge. Thus it was noticed that self-instructional module on knowledge regarding blood donation, improved knowledge of adolescents from selected higher secondary school. CONCLUSION: The study concluded that most of the participants had poor knowledge and practice regarding blood donation. Self instructional module act as a guiding key for adolescents to increase their knowledge regarding blood donation. More educational programs to increase the awareness should be recommended.


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KEYWORDS: EFFECTIVENESS,SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE, ADOLESCENTS, BLOOD DONATION, KNOWLEDGE , HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL

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  Thesis Title: IMPACT OF VARIOUS ORGANIC MANURES ON YIELD, YIELD ATTRIBUTES AND ECONOMICS OF CABBAGE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00111

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  Title: IMPACT OF VARIOUS ORGANIC MANURES ON YIELD, YIELD ATTRIBUTES AND ECONOMICS OF CABBAGE

  Author Name(s): Kanik karanwal, Dr. Abha sharma

 Pages: 403-433

 Year: August 2023

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  Thesis Title: THE EFFECT OF BREAST MILK, FORMULA FEEDING AND MIX FEEDING ON INCIDENCE OF NEC AMONG PRETERM BABIES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00110

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  Title: THE EFFECT OF BREAST MILK, FORMULA FEEDING AND MIX FEEDING ON INCIDENCE OF NEC AMONG PRETERM BABIES

  Author Name(s): Shraddha Kochale

 Pages: 316-402

 Year: August 2023

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Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) is a syndrome of intestinal injury comprises nonspecific aspects of the history, such as vomiting, diarrhea, feeding intolerance and high gastric residuals following feeding. Breast milk decreases the risk of late-onset sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm neonates and is therefore preferred over formula milk. The present study was a prospective cohort study design to compare the effect of breast milk formula/top feed and mix feeding on the incidence of NEC among preterm babies admitted in NICU in view to find out of effect of breast milk formula feed and mix feed on the incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis among preterm babies. The study was conducted among 60 preterm babies who were divided into 3 cohort, in cohort1; 20 preterm were selected who were on breast milk feeding, in cohort 2; 20 preterm were selected who were on formula/top feeding and in cohort3; 20 preterm were selected who were on mix feed. Preterm babies were selected with Authoritive sampling technique. All preterm were selected who were admitted on first, second and third day of life in NICU at selected hospitals. Each preterm was observed from the day of admission till 15-20 days for sign and symptoms of NEC which was checked using the tool i.e. Bell�s Stage of NEC. The results revealed that among all three groups in cohort1; none of the preterm developed NEC, in cohort2; majority 10(50%) preterm developed NEC whereas in cohort3; most 16(80%) of preterm developed NEC. Repeated measure ANOVA-F test revealed that there was statistical difference found between the rates of NEC among cohort 1, cohort 2 and cohort 3 at p< 0.05 proving that breast feeding have significant impact on reducing risk of NEC among preterm babies. Another statistical interpretation was done using chi square test which showed that mothers who had received at least one dose of corticosteroid during their antenatal period had reduced rates of NEC among their preterm babies at the level p< 0.05. The regression showed that sepsis and reduced birth weight had positive impact on incidence of NEC at the significant level p< 0.05. Thus, as per the analysis it can be concluded that breast feed and antenatal steroid can reduce the risk of NEC among preterm. Along with that sepsis and reduced birth weight can increase the risk of development NEC among preterm babies.


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  Thesis Title: A Student’s Guide to ECG Interpretation

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00109

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00109

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  Title: A STUDENT’S GUIDE TO ECG INTERPRETATION

  Author Name(s): Ajit Kumar Pradhan

 Pages: 235-315

 Year: August 2023

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Chapter - I Study of General Anatomy and Physiology of Human Heart � Introduction to the Human Heart � Position of Heart in Human Body � The Function of Heart Chapter - II � Types of Circulation � Structure of the Human Heart � Chambers of the Heart � Blood Vessels � Valves � The electricity of the heart Chapter - III ECG ( ELECTROCARDIOGRAM) � History of ECG. � Understanding the physiology � Formation of the ECG � ECG Leads � Normal Chest Lead ECG � Paediatric ECG � Determination of Electrical Axis � Abnormalities of qrs axis � Heart Rate � The rhythm of the heart � The ECG �Rule of Fours� � 7 step approach to ECG rhythm analysis Chapter - IV ECG wave�s interval & segments. � P Wave ? P Wave ? Absent p wave ? Inverted p wave ? Changing p wave morphology ? Tall p wave ? Broad p wave � PR Interval � The Q Wave ? Q waves in different leads ? Pathological Q Waves ? Differential Diagnosis ? Loss of normal Q waves � The R Wave ? R wave Overview ? Abnormalities of the R wave ? Dominant R wave in V1 ? Dominant R wave in aVR ? Poor R wave progression � S Wave � QRS Complex � (J Wave) � T wave Overview � TP Segment � QT Interval � The ST Segment � U wave � Epsilon Wave Chapter - V � ECG Clinical Interpretation � Some cardiac diseases & terminology


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  Thesis Title: VALIDITY OF MULTIDETECTOR COMPUTERISED TOMOGRAPHY IN PREDICTING THE SITE OF GASTROINTESTINAL PERFORATION

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00108

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  Title: VALIDITY OF MULTIDETECTOR COMPUTERISED TOMOGRAPHY IN PREDICTING THE SITE OF GASTROINTESTINAL PERFORATION

  Author Name(s): Dr Akhil M, Dr.Mahesh P

 Pages: 148-234

 Year: July 2023

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BACKGROUND: Gastrointestinal perforations are one of the frequent causes of acute abdomen cases presenting to the casualty. The early diagnosis of this condition is important, but poses a diagnostic dilemma due to the inaccuracy of physical examination findings. The importance of CT scan lies in its accuracy in diagnosing the condition and predicting the site of perforation which helps in guiding management. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the accuracy of MDCT for preoperative determination of the site of gastrointestinal tract perforations by correlating with intraoperative findings and to determine the most predictive findings in this diagnosis METHODS: Study Design� Cross sectional study. Study Setting� Government Medical College, Kannur. Period Of Study-The study will be conducted over a period of one year (January 2021 to January 2022) Sample Size - 40 Sampling Method- Consecutive sampling Study Method- The study was conducted over a period of one year, 40 patients who were brought with suspicion for hollow viscus perforation, evaluated by MDCT (16 slice TOSHIBA ALEXION CT scanner) from Department of Radiodiagnosis, Govt. Medical College Kannur and confirmed intraoperatively during the period of study were included. The preoperative MDCT findings were recorded as per the proforma, using certain criteria the site of perforation was predicted which was correlated with intraoperative findings. The collected data was analyzed for sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value. Data Analysis: Data was entered using Microsoft Excel and analyzed. RESULTS & DISCUSSION: The age of the patients ranged from 15 to 89 years. Majority of the patients were males, 80%. Most number of patients fall into age group 61-70 years; the mean age was 50.65 years. The most common cause of perforation was peptic ulcer disease constitute 40% of the cases. Other causes include inflammatory causes like appendicitis diverticulitis, malignant perforation, traumatic and post-operative bowel injury. The most common site of perforation was found to be gastroduodenal, which together constitutes 50% of the cases and includes twelve cases of duodenal and eight cases of gastric perforation. Preoperative MDCT correctly identified the site of perforation in 35 out of 40 cases. Focal defect in bowel wall, clustering of air bubbles adjacent to bowel wall and segmental bowel wall thickening were strong predictors of the site of perforation. MDCT incorrectly predicted the site of perforation in five cases. Extraluminal fluid and perivisceral fat stranding were consistently observed in cases with hollow viscus perforation and have the highest sensitivity. CONCLUSION: MDCT is highly accurate in predicting the site of hollow viscus perforation. Focal defect in bowel wall, clustering of extraluminal air bubbles adjacent to bowel and segmental bowel wall thickening have a high predictive value for determining the site.


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  Thesis Title: GENETIC DIVERSITY OF LACTUCA TARAXACIFOLIA AND LACTUCA SATIVA USING MORPHOLOGY, MOLECULAR MARKERS AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00107

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  Title: GENETIC DIVERSITY OF LACTUCA TARAXACIFOLIA AND LACTUCA SATIVA USING MORPHOLOGY, MOLECULAR MARKERS AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Agbonkpolor Blessing Ele, Adeyemo Oyenike, Olofintuyi Oluwadamilola

 Pages: 99-147

 Year: July 2023

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Lactuca taraxacifolia and Lactuca sativa are widely cultivated vegetables in Nigeria, with nutritional, economic and medicinal usefulness. The aim of study was to determine the genetic diversity among ten accessions of L. sativa and L. taraxacifolia using morphological analysis, biochemical analysis and molecular markers. In this study, saponin and phenol were extracted using double solvent extraction gravimetric method and Folin Ciocalteu reagent method respectively. The analysis revealed that L. taraxacifolia has a higher saponin content of 27.37mg/100g than L. sativa (17.04mg/100g) while the phenolic content was higher in L.sativa (138.0mg/100g) than in L. taraxacifolia (125.9mg/100g). Genetic diversity analysis was carried out using two SSR and two ISSR markers (SSR07, SSRA09, ISSR817 and ISSR866).The two SSR markers produced a total of five (5) alleles while the ISSR markers produced six (6) alleles; PIC values of 0.2859, 0.2772, 0.3648 and 0.605 for SSR07, SSRA09, ISSR817and ISSR866 respectively indicates a better resolving power of SSR marker over ISSR in this study. The cluster analysis grouped the accessions into three (3) major groups showing genetic relatedness between the accessions: LTU09 and LTT10 are the closest varieties while ALI02was very distant from the other accessions. The factorial analysis categorized the ten accessions into four quadrants which has some similarity with the cluster analysis. This study revealed genetic diversity among the accessions evaluated and can be used to maximize the use of genetic resources as well as improve L. sativa and L. taraxacifolia varieties


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  Thesis Title: SYNERGISTIC ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF FOUR MEDICINAL PLANTS COLLECTED FROM BIRBHUM, WEST BENGAL

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00106

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  Title: SYNERGISTIC ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF FOUR MEDICINAL PLANTS COLLECTED FROM BIRBHUM, WEST BENGAL

  Author Name(s): ARABINDA NAYAK, ARNAB ROY

 Pages: 61-98

 Year: July 2023

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Aqueous and ethanol extracts of leaves (1000 ppm) of four important plant species, Cuminum cyminum , Foeniculum vulgare , Hemidesmes indicus and Catharanthus roseus has been tested individually and in combination for their antibacterial activity against Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhi through disc diffusion method. From the results we can say that E,coli was the most vulnerable bacteria among these bacteria was tested. After E.coli, Salmonella typhi was the most vulnerable; almost all plant extracts had activity against these bacteria. The most repellant bacteria was Staphylococcus aureus, plant extracts mostly ethanolic were effective. However synergistic activity was much more than the individual plant extracts. Individually, ethanolic extract of Catharanthus roseus had the highest zone of inhibition against E.coli about 1.7 cm. When two plants were mixed the highest activity was ethanolic extract of Foeniculum vulgare + Hemidesmes indicus against four bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus for zone of Inhibition was 1.4cm, for Bacillus subtilis, zone of Inhibition was 2.4cm. The highest activity was shown synergistically against Escherichia coli by the mixture of ethanolic extracts, Cuminum cyminum + Hemidesmes indicus + Catharanthus roseus, zone of Inhibition was 2.7 cm amongst all of them.


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  Thesis Title: A BRIEF EVALUATION OF MONSOONAL STAGE-HYDROGRAPHS OF SUKLAI RIVER FOR A DECADE AT NAOKATA SITE, TAMULPUR (BTR), ASSAM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00105

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  Title: A BRIEF EVALUATION OF MONSOONAL STAGE-HYDROGRAPHS OF SUKLAI RIVER FOR A DECADE AT NAOKATA SITE, TAMULPUR (BTR), ASSAM

  Author Name(s): Mallika Pamsong, Professor Sujit Deka

 Pages: 27-60

 Year: July 2023

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Abstract Hydrographs are generally used to represent the flow characteristics and amount of water flow in a river channel in respect to time and space (its gauge station). It is useful in analyzing the fluvio-geomorphological and hydrological scenario of a river channel, such as variations in water level, volume of water and discharge of water, velocity, flow types etc. within a particular drainage basin and their impacts on the morphology and morphometry of the channel in different period of time. Here, the recent study analyses the stage-hydrographs of monsoon periods of six years � 2010,2012,2014,2016,2018, and 2020 at an interval of two years to depict the changing pattern of water level of Suklai river in various months of monsoon period. The necessary data have been collected from the Water Resources Department and the Office of the Chief Engineer, Department of Hydrology, Chandmari, Guwahati-3, Assam. Analysis of the data has been done on the basis of maximum and minimum water level or stage (in meter) and danger level (in meter) of Suklai river in reference to specific date, month, and year as recorded at the gauge station. After the analysis, the maximum water level found in the month of July,2010 (54.98 meter), while minimum water level recorded in the month of October,2012 (49.59 meter). Again, the highest number of water level has repeated by the river in the year 2020 (54.32 meter).


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Keywords: Monsoonal Stage-Hydrographs, Suklai river, Udalguri, Tamulpur, Water level, Danger level, Fluvio-geomorphological study.

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  Thesis Title: DESIGN OF BIKE WITH ALL WEATHER PROTECTION FOR INTERCITY TRAVELERS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00104

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  Title: DESIGN OF BIKE WITH ALL WEATHER PROTECTION FOR INTERCITY TRAVELERS

  Author Name(s): Reddy Hemanth, Vidyanand. S. Desai

 Pages: 1-26

 Year: July 2023

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Two Wheeler, Roof Bike, Ev Scooter, NMT (Non Motorized Transportation), Cabriolet Bike.

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  Thesis Title: THE ROLE OF FAMILY IN RELATION TO CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH LAW

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00103

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  Title: THE ROLE OF FAMILY IN RELATION TO CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH LAW

  Author Name(s): Shivali Sharma, Krishna kumar mishra

 Pages: 982-992

 Year: July 2023

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The Goal Of The Study Is To Determine How Much The Family Unit Influence The Child Behaviour In The Observation Homes Of Gujarat. The Research Will Help Us Get An Insight Into What Role Family Played In The Case Of Such Disadvantaged Children. The Results Indicated That Juveniles From Dysfunctional Homes Were More Likely To Engage In Delinquent Behaviour. The Frequency Of Domestic Abuse Has A Considerable Effect On The Prevalence Of Deviant Behaviour. The Study Also Demonstrates A Connection Between Parental Absence And Juvenile Delinquent Behaviour.


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  Thesis Title: Unveiling The Hackers' Methodology: Exploring Cyber Crimes, Cyber Laws And Punishment

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00102

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  Title: UNVEILING THE HACKERS' METHODOLOGY: EXPLORING CYBER CRIMES, CYBER LAWS AND PUNISHMENT

  Author Name(s): Bandu B. Meshram, Manish Kumar Singh

 Pages: 953-981

 Year: July 2023

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE COMPETENCY MAPPING

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00101

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  Title: A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE COMPETENCY MAPPING

  Author Name(s): Dr V.Madhu Latha, S. Chandrasekhar, M.Phani Pallavi, R. Jaswanth kumar

 Pages: 925-952

 Year: July 2023

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Competency is a set of knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform a job effectively and efficiently. Knowledge is the basic awareness of the particulars of the job and also, about how it is done. Skills are attained from rigorous practice and experience. Attitude is inborn and expresses the way in which the job is done. It is more of the inherent behavior of the employee. Competency mapping identifies the competency of an individual or group of individuals in relation to job requirements. Competency mapping involves four basic steps namely- Job Analysis, Job Description, Determination of gap and suggesting ways to fill the gap. This study aims to map the competencies of the employees at BHAGIRADHA CHEMICALS LTD.


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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON EFFECT OF STRESS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN IT SECTOR.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00099

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  Title: A STUDY ON EFFECT OF STRESS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND RETENTION IN IT SECTOR.

  Author Name(s): Dr. Nisha Singh, Dr. Shriniwas Singh

 Pages: 785-814

 Year: July 2023

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Now-a-days everyone talks about that most of the employees are under continuous stress at their jobs due to work pressure and unrealistic expectations in today�s competitive world. The stress affects the performance of employees resulting into poor health of employees and lower productivity. Hence, it is important to understand stress, types of stress, causes of stress, effects of stress, ways to overcome stress and the importance of managing the stress at professional and personal level. This research paper aims at knowing the stress and its effect on the employee performance and hence their retention. The first part of the paper discusses about the concept of stress and then the effect of stress on employee performance especially in IT sector has been discussed. This paper also explains the reasons of stress and how it effects the retention of the employees.


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  Thesis Title: CORRELATING THE DOMAINS OF MENTAL HEALTH TO FIND OUT THE EFFECT OF YOGA ON STUDENTS MENTAL STATUS.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00098

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  Title: CORRELATING THE DOMAINS OF MENTAL HEALTH TO FIND OUT THE EFFECT OF YOGA ON STUDENTS MENTAL STATUS.

  Author Name(s): Litan Bhaumik

 Pages: 745-784

 Year: July 2023

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Objective- Aim is to find out the correlation between six domains of mental health to find out the effect of yoga on students� mental status of Tripura. Method- A pre and post study was designed for a yoga program administered to 80 students from Tripura. Pretest of all given domains were recorded then after the yoga program post test score were correlated to find out the result. Result- After analysing and correlating the pre-test and post-test scores on the basis of individual component some domains are found to be significant where some are not. Conclusion-Findings shows that some domains are beneficials after the yoga therapy for the mental status of students.


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  Thesis Title: THE IMPACT OF ADVERTISING ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR: A STUDY ON VARIOUS ADVERTISING TYPES AND EFFECTIVENESS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00097

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  Title: THE IMPACT OF ADVERTISING ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR: A STUDY ON VARIOUS ADVERTISING TYPES AND EFFECTIVENESS

  Author Name(s): Atharva Deepak Jahagirdar, Heena Morankar

 Pages: 716-744

 Year: July 2023

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  Thesis Title: PATTERN OF USE OF SGLT2 INHIBITORS IN PATIENT WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN SOUTH INDIA 2021-22

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00096

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  Title: PATTERN OF USE OF SGLT2 INHIBITORS IN PATIENT WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN SOUTH INDIA 2021-22

  Author Name(s): Ms.P.Twila Pushpa, Dr. Mohammed sadiq azam, Dr.Nahid, G.Harshavardhan Reddy, K.Soma Shekar

 Pages: 684-715

 Year: June 2023

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  Thesis Title: SCREENING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOACTIVE PHYTOCOMPOUNDS FROM ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00095

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00095

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  Title: SCREENING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOACTIVE PHYTOCOMPOUNDS FROM ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATA

  Author Name(s): M. Abirami, V. Muthumani, K. Rubika, V. Kowsalya Devi, P. Poongothai

 Pages: 657-683

 Year: June 2023

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Objective: To identify and characterize the phytoconstituents present in the different solvent systems of Andrographis paniculata extracts. Methodology: Andrographis paniculata extracts were extracted from different solvents like acetone, methanol, and chloroform and petroleum ether by soxhlet extraction. The qualitative and quantitative phytochemical analyses were carried out. GC-MS analysis was performed to identify the bioactive compounds present in each extraction methods. Results: In qualitative phytochemical analysis showed the presence of resins, flavonoids, tannins, alkaloids, carboxylic acids, proteins, and carbohydrates. Total flavonoids (2.13 mg/g), lipids (1.97 mg/g), and proteins (5.53 mg/g) are high in acetone, whereas total tannins (0.51mg/g), alkaloids (85.48 mg/g) are found to be high in chloroform extract. In GCMS analysis Andrographis paniculata extracts revealed the presence of the important phytoconstituent Andrographolide in the methanol extraction, 1-Heptatriacotanol was obtained as the lead compound in acetone extract. Octadec-9-enoic acid was obtained from chloroform extract. 1,1,4,7-tetramethyldecahydro-1h-cyclopropa[e]azulen-4-ol was obtained in methanol and squalene was found in petroleum ether extractions. Conclusion: In our study, qualitative, quantitative and GC-MS analysis showed the presence of important therapeutic phytocompounds. These phytocompounds play an vital role in the treatment and prevention of various disease conditions.


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  Thesis Title: A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ART THERAPY ON ANXIETY AMONG SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN AT SELECTED VILLAGES, PERAMBALUR

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00094

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  Title: A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ART THERAPY ON ANXIETY AMONG SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN AT SELECTED VILLAGES, PERAMBALUR

  Author Name(s): Ms. Kayalvizhi M

 Pages: 609-656

 Year: June 2023

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A Study to assess the effectiveness of Art Therapy on anxiety among school age children at selected villages, Perambalur


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  Thesis Title: DESIGN OF A MULTITASKING ROBOT FOR ENHANCED SURVEILLANCE AND MONITORING USING DTMF AND GSM TECHNOLOGY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00093

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  Title: DESIGN OF A MULTITASKING ROBOT FOR ENHANCED SURVEILLANCE AND MONITORING USING DTMF AND GSM TECHNOLOGY

  Author Name(s): M. Aditi Reddy, L. Neha, K. Ankith, Koustubh Kulkarni

 Pages: 520-608

 Year: June 2023

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Today Robotics plays a fundamental role in fields of medicine, industries, home automated systems and many others. The methodology of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) with GSM module is used for designing our robot. Robot is controlled by a mobile, through this we can make our robot communicate on a large scale over a large distance even from different cities or place. This robot has a number of merits as well as important features such as password authentication, avoiding obstacles in its path with fire detection[POF] so that robot can protect itself from fire and hence immediately provide an alert through text messaging to the calling person with sensors being automatic in nature.


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  Thesis Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATION PROGRAMME ON MENSTRUAL IRREGULARITIES AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH HOME REMEDIES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00092

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  Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATION PROGRAMME ON MENSTRUAL IRREGULARITIES AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH HOME REMEDIES

  Author Name(s): Preeti Sharma, Viji Mol

 Pages: 489-519

 Year: June 2023

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  Thesis Title: FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MALARIA OCCURRENCE IN NAROK TOWN WARD, NAROK COUNTY, KENYA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00091

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  Title: FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MALARIA OCCURRENCE IN NAROK TOWN WARD, NAROK COUNTY, KENYA

  Author Name(s): George Kahwai Wanja, Eliab Soroney Some, Ephantus Wanjohi Kabiru

 Pages: 456-488

 Year: June 2023

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Despite malaria being a life threating but preventable disease, it is the foremost cause of disease and death in Kenya; over 25 million individuals are at risk with estimated 6.7 million new clinical cases and 4,000 deaths each year. It is approximated to cause 20% of all deaths in children under the age of five. This study was aimed at identifying factors associated with malaria occurrence in Narok Town Ward, Narok County, Kenya, so as to generate evidence to be used to enhance efforts for focused malaria control in Narok Town and similar urban areas in Kenya. The data was collected by administering structured questionnaire to household heads of the 480 randomly selected households and capturing mosquitoes in 36 randomly selected households. There were 2010 inhabitants in the 480 selected household, majority of the residents were aged 1-14 (34.1%) and 25-44 (34.6%); the proportion of females was 58.8% (1182). Pregnant females were 2.9% (58/2010). The literacy rate was 93.9%. Majority of the households (79.0%) reported having a monthly income of Kshs. 20,000 and above. About 97.92 % (470/480) of the total responders recognized that malaria was spread by mosquitos. Fever, vomiting, headache and chills were reported by majority of the respondents 99.56% (478/480) as the main symptoms of malaria. 68.33% (328/480) of respondents rated malaria as an ordinary disease while 24.58% (118/480) rated malaria as a deadly disease; 86.0% (413/480) reported to have sought malaria treatment in public hospitals while 74.4% (367/480) of the responders reported purchasing drug over the counter. The study revealed 1.04% (21/2010) prevalence rate of malaria disease. The most frequent mosquito breeding site was water held in garbage 85.4% (410/480) and stagnant dirty water 81.0% (389/480). 31.7% reported to have been clearing stagnant water and 67.1% (322/480) covered water holding containers to prevent mosquito breeding. The most reported mosquito bite time was at night 100% (480/480) and morning 53.3% (246/480). 91.0% (437/480) of responders reported to have been using mosquito net in their beds. Most people 96.5% (463/480) indicated that they had learned about malaria on TV and radio advertisements. Out of the total 2257 mosquitoes that were collected, Anopheles mosquitoes (malaria vector) were 8.4% (190/2257), 4.7% (9/190) of anopheline mosquitoes tested positive for Plasmodium sporozoites. Regardless of high level of literacy, knowledge on malaria cycle, and presence of plasmodium infected anopheline species. a significant gaps relating to diagnosis, treatment and control was evident. There were high percentage (74.4%) of people preferring to purchase drugs without a prescription and failure by community members to carry out outdoor vector control and prevention measures. This study presents proof that point to the need by the relevant agencies to establish regular public health awareness and trainings, cultivate community based environmental hygiene, maintain regular mass LLITN distribution, regular training of health care workers and CHV and establishment of the county based mosquito surveillance and research center in order to keep track of the mosquito borne pathogens.


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  Thesis Title: TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILING AND IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED GENES AND PATHWAYS WITH THE TREATMENT OF N-ALKYL AMINE-NOSCAPINOIDS IN HUMAN BREAST CANCER

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00090

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  Title: TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILING AND IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED GENES AND PATHWAYS WITH THE TREATMENT OF N-ALKYL AMINE-NOSCAPINOIDS IN HUMAN BREAST CANCER

  Author Name(s): Animesh Pattnaik, Prof. Pradeep Kumar Naik

 Pages: 378-455

 Year: June 2023

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ABSTRACT Breast cancer is effectively controlled through the utilization of noscapine and its derivatives, commonly known as noscapinoids, in the management of the disease. We utilised the function RNA-seq to perform full transcriptome sequencing and compared the gene expression profiles of the untreated and treated MCF-7 human breast carcinoma cell line in order to determine the mechanism of action of noscapinoids in breast cancer. A total of 3237 differential expression genes (DEGs) were identified, including the genes BTG2, DCBLD2, MCL1, TOB2, ABHD2, TBRG1, VIM, CLOCK, MAD2L1BP, BRCC3, HUS1B, CLOCK, BC.L2L11, BCL2, CEBPB, TP63, SIN3A, FN1, CD14, MAP1LC3A, EME1, IL17D, ATG13, BRCC3, HUS1B and JTB. The top 20 pathways enriched with the most DEGs from up and down regulation, including pathways in actin cytoskeleton regulation, the PI3K-AKT pathway, and cell cycle, were determined by annotation of the function of DEGs in the KEGG database. We compared the gene expression profiles between the treatment vs control and calculated the up and down regulated genes. Annotation of DEGs on the basis of biological process, molecular function, and cellular component analyses revealed 20 regulating activities from up- and down-regulating DEGs. The co-expression of various genes from up- and down-regulated genes were analysed using a protein-protein interaction network. Based on the network analysis 50 most functional genes from each group were chosen. The down-regulated genes targeted in the analysis were further evaluated in RtPCR. These major down-regulated genes are involved in a wide variety of biological processes, including cell survival and proliferation, migration and motility, and tumour cell invasion.The interactions of these down-regulated DEGs in drug treated cell line elucidated at a functional level explain the mechanism of action of noscapinoid in breast cancer. Our research shows that these DEGs could be exploited as therapeutic targets and potential biomarkers to create novel therapeutic approaches.


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  Thesis Title: ABUSIVE/ NEGLECTFUL HOMES AS PREDICTOR OF POOR SELF-ESTEEM, SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS AND INSECURE ATTACHMENT STYLE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00089

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  Title: ABUSIVE/ NEGLECTFUL HOMES AS PREDICTOR OF POOR SELF-ESTEEM, SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS AND INSECURE ATTACHMENT STYLE

  Author Name(s): Tanya Singh

 Pages: 348-377

 Year: June 2023

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  Thesis Title: TO ESTIMATE THE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF DIET OF 15-30-YEAR-OLD ATHLETES INVOLVED IN DIFFERENT SPORTING ACTIVITIES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00088

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  Title: TO ESTIMATE THE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF DIET OF 15-30-YEAR-OLD ATHLETES INVOLVED IN DIFFERENT SPORTING ACTIVITIES

  Author Name(s): Sahitya Sherigar

 Pages: 309-347

 Year: June 2023

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This study examines the carbon footprint of the diets of athletes aged 15 to 30 who participate in various sports. To examine the total carbon emission, the study calculated the carbon footprints of the various food groups and their sub-food groups, including cereals, meat, dairy products, vegetables, fruits, confectioneries, sugar, fats, and oils. Athletes in India have high carbon emissions associated with cereals and dairy products because of their high-energy dietary needs. Cereals and dairy products are often the staple food in the Indian diet and are used as an important source of energy for athletes. These food sources are highly processed and require large amounts of energy and resources to produce, thus leading to high carbon emissions. The Calculations of the carbon footprint of food consumed by the participants in the study were done using the global warming potential formula with the help of the databases available online in different research articles which have compiled together the carbon footprint scores of different food items.


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  Thesis Title: FORMUALTION AND IN VITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF SUSTAINED RELEAE MUCOADHESIVE BUCCAL TABLET

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00087

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  Title: FORMUALTION AND IN VITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF SUSTAINED RELEAE MUCOADHESIVE BUCCAL TABLET

  Author Name(s): Mohini Manoharrao Murkute, Dr. Nishan N. Bobade, Shrikant D. Pande

 Pages: 273-308

 Year: May 2023

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Ropinirole HCL is a para-sympathomimetic or cholinergic agent, used to treat mild to moderate dementia caused by Parkinson disease. It is subjected to an extensive hepatic first pass metabolism with systemic bioavailability of 36%. Its short half-life being 3-4 hours. The objective of the present study is to develop sustained release mucoadhesive buccal tablet for Ropinirole HCL to overcome poor bioavailability (below 50%) due to extensive first pass metabolism, poor permeability from the GIT and shorter half-life (2-6 hr.) by reducing the dosing frequency. Direct compression method was used to prepare buccal tablet. The prepared formulations were characterized for pre & post compression studies. The results of FTIR study revealed that there is no physical or chemical interaction between drug and polymer. Formulation Batch C-7 was selected as optimized batch which contain Ropinirole HCL (1 mg), HPMC-K4M (120 mg), HPMC -K100 (140mg), Mannitol (100 mg), Magnesium stearate 2%. The optimized batch was showed evaluation result as, Weight Variation (251.6�1.712), Hardness (8.36�0.05) kg/cm2, Diameter (12.27�0.115), Thickness (3.12�0.002) mm, Friability (0.50�0.01), Drug Content (98.93�0.92) %, Muccoadhesive strength (38.34�0.205) gm and Muccoadhesive force studies (3.76�0.136) Dyne and cumulative drug release for 8 hours (43.60�0.122). It was concluded that the prepared of Sustained release Muccoadhesive Buccal tablet of Ropinirole HCL may prove to be potential candidate for safe and effective Sustained release drug delivery over an extended period of time which can reduce dosing frequency.


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  Thesis Title: EXPERIENCES OF GUIDANCE DESIGNATES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL GUIDANCE SERVICES: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL CASE STUDY

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00086

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  Title: EXPERIENCES OF GUIDANCE DESIGNATES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL GUIDANCE SERVICES: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL CASE STUDY

  Author Name(s): DR. LOLITA A. DULAY, MARIEL FE L. PITONANG

 Pages: 243-272

 Year: May 2023

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Experiences of Guidance Designates in the Implementation of School Guidance Services: A Phenomenological Case Study DR. LOLITA A. DULAY-University Assistant Professor IV MS. MARIEL FE L. PITONANG- Teacher Institution: Bukidnon State University Address: Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines, 8700 Email address: lolitadulay@buksu.edu.ph Contact Number: 09357066271 Abstract This study explored the experiences of the school guidance designates in the implementation of guidance services in Impasugong 1 district, Division of Bukidnon during the school year 2019-2020. The qualitative narrative inquiry method of research by Clandinin and Huber (2010) served as the methodology of the study. There were seven guidance designates purposively chosen as the participants of the study. An in-depth interview using the interview guide questions gathered the significant information. The analysis made use of Creswell�s (2017) model. Findings revealed that the guidance designates encountered barriers and difficulties in the implementation of guidance services. Among the seven services, on individual inventory there were three emergent themes discovered experienced Difficulty in the implementation due to lack of knowledge on individual inventory services, Hindrances in the implementation due to multitasking of the guidance designates, and Insufficient support for the guidance services. While in the implementation of Information services there were also the emergent themes explored they Struggle to implement due to lack of information in conducting the services, Overlapping of responsibilities and the Insufficient support system. While in terms of implementing guidance counselling the emergent themes were as follows, they encountered problems having no background knowledge and information in conducting proper counseling techniques among learners, Difficulty in conducting counseling due to insufficient support system and the absence of facilities conducive for counselling among learners and The guidance designate should be qualified with enough background information and units in master in guidance. Hence, in Assessment and appraisal they experienced, Struggles to conduct assessment and appraisal among learners due to a lack of background and enough information about the services, and they need training and orientation on assessment and appraisal to effectively implement. As well as on referral services, the guidance designates experienced is not properly and effectively implemented due to no background and enough information about the services, and in the follow-up services they encountered problems with the learners and parents� schedule and cooperation during follow-up since parents and working for a living and on Consultation the designates has problems encountered in the conduct of an effective and proper consultation among the learners due to lack of knowledge and masters in guidance units. The researcher designed a proposed intervention plan to strengthen the school guidance program and services. Key words: Experiences, Guidance Designates, Guidance Services, A Phenomenological Case Study


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  Thesis Title: TRATIY LING SAMUDAY KE VYAKTIYO KI SHIKSHA KE PRATI SAMAJ KE VIBHINN VARGO KI DRASHTIKON KA ADHYAYAN

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00085

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  Title: TRATIY LING SAMUDAY KE VYAKTIYO KI SHIKSHA KE PRATI SAMAJ KE VIBHINN VARGO KI DRASHTIKON KA ADHYAYAN

  Author Name(s): Dr Lata Mishra, Dr Rachna Dubey

 Pages: 215-242

 Year: May 2023

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  Thesis Title: MACHINE LEARNING & IOT BASED APPROACHES FOR CLASSIFICATION IN SMART FARMING

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00084

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  Title: MACHINE LEARNING & IOT BASED APPROACHES FOR CLASSIFICATION IN SMART FARMING

  Author Name(s): Prof. Dr. Sandip D Satav

 Pages: 184-214

 Year: May 2023

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The convergence of Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning has revolutionized various domains, and smart farming is no exception. Smart farming involves the integration of IoT devices and sensors with traditional agricultural practices, enabling efficient and sustainable crop management. This paper presents an overview of IoT and machine learning approaches for classification in smart farming. IoT technology enables the collection of vast amounts of data from various sources, such as soil moisture sensors, weather stations, and crop health monitors. This data provides valuable insights into the condition of crops and the environment. Machine learning algorithms, on the other hand, facilitate the analysis and interpretation of this data, enabling farmers to make informed decisions and optimize farming practices. Classification is a fundamental task in smart farming, as it involves categorizing different aspects of agricultural operations, such as plant diseases, soil conditions, and crop growth stages. IoT devices continuously generate data streams that capture temporal and spatial information. Machine learning algorithms, particularly those based on deep learning, can effectively process and classify this data, enabling early detection of plant diseases, accurate soil analysis, and precise prediction of crop growth.


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  Thesis Title: AGE & GENDER DETECTION USING CNN & IMAGE PROCESSING

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  Title: AGE & GENDER DETECTION USING CNN & IMAGE PROCESSING

  Author Name(s): Cavin Lobo, Krish Dhanani

 Pages: 154-183

 Year: May 2023

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Age and gender detection are important tasks in computer vision with numerous applications in various fields such as marketing, healthcare, and security. In recent years, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques has greatly enhanced the accuracy of age and gender detection systems. This paper provides a comprehensive overview of age and gender detection models, their evaluation and selection, implementation and deployment, as well as ethical and legal considerations. The paper also explores the applications of age and gender detection in different industries and presents a step-by-step guide for building and deploying age and gender detection models. The future scope of age and gender detection technology is discussed, along with its potential benefits and challenges.


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Age detection, Gender detection, Computer vision, Artificial intelligence, Deep learning, Machine learning, Model evaluation, Model selection, Implementation, Deployment, Ethics, Legal considerations, Applications.

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  Thesis Title: AN CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC MINORITY IN INDIA WITH CONSTITUTIONAL SAFEGUARDS AND SCHEMES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00082

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  Title: AN CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC MINORITY IN INDIA WITH CONSTITUTIONAL SAFEGUARDS AND SCHEMES

  Author Name(s): Dr Alka Maurya

 Pages: 127-153

 Year: May 2023

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In the current period, in India religion and language are most perceptive issues in our country because on this basis the people take over other society. The Constitution of India used the word Minority� in the Articles No. 29 and 30 and 350A and 350 B. It means the people of the leading group or community are numerically high (which is called as majority) and the other group is called as minority. The concept of minority has been escalating ahead of the boundaries of the state and nation. It basically speaks about two kinds of minorities in India which are religious and linguistic. This point of view has created various problems related to the Minority and their rights. Many high courts and Supreme Court judgments have discussed the concept and criteria of minority status and their rights.An analysis of the identification of the Linguistic Minorities problems and rights and government schemes reflected in the peer-reviewed validly published literature has been done in this study reviewing the individual studies and methods of several articles or papers or books. Three broad artificial categories namely - Linguistic Minority, socio- culture and identity crisis historical precept have been constructed for systematic addressing of the relevant problems identified by the researchers of those studies. Together, the propositions provide a scheme for understanding and categorizing what is known and still needs to be known about the problems of the linguistic minorities, a framework for probing the significant theoretical and substantive issues underlying the findings that emerge from the various angles of study already performed. It has been found that culture is communicated and transmitted through the educator�s approach to teaching and how learner experiences it. It can contribute either positively or negatively as far as ethics and linguistic minorities are concerned. Educators then have a liability to consult local culture while being conscious of individual context and humanity in an effort to avoid oppression. Culture, cultural identity, language , status and population are required to be strictly interpreted in order to understand the problems of Linguistic Minorities.


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Concept, Minority, linguistic. Rights. Religious , educator, problem, status,india , culture.

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  Thesis Title: “A STUDY ON LIVED EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WORKING IN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY CENTRE IN SELECTED AREA OF ROHTAS.”

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00081

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  Title: “A STUDY ON LIVED EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WORKING IN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY CENTRE IN SELECTED AREA OF ROHTAS.”

  Author Name(s): SAROJ KUMAR, SALONI KUMARI, SANSKRIT AASTHA, Nandini Bhumij

 Pages: 74-126

 Year: May 2023

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�A STUDY ON LIVED EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WORKING IN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY CENTRE IN SELECTED AREA OF ROHTAS.�


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  Thesis Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY FOR PROPERTY IMPROVEMENT OF MOULDING SAND USING SYNTHETIC BINDER

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00080

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00080

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  Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY FOR PROPERTY IMPROVEMENT OF MOULDING SAND USING SYNTHETIC BINDER

  Author Name(s): Satish Kumar

 Pages: 34-73

 Year: May 2023

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In the present investigation, the Rajmahal sand was selected as refractory raw material, and its various properties, such as AFS fineness number, specific surface area grain shape and texture base permeability, moisture, and clay content density for characterization, among the binder phenolic and alkyd no-bake resins, were characterized by testing its viscosity. Specific gravity, solid, and ash content.In the sand stage of investigation standard specimen was prepared with the characterized sand, and different proportions of resin constituents and composition of the mix were optimized for maximum strength. The standard specimen were made with optimum composition, and these were used for various room temperature test like strength development friability characteristics, working time pattern strip time as well as retained strength.The carbon dioxide sodium silicate process is one of the oldest processes. However, it is still in use due to the many advantages like no necessity of drying or baking, no carbon pick up from mould on casting surface and no smoke or gas evolution during pouring and shake out. Also the essential material and basic capital costs of this process lower than alternative process and it is relatively environmental safe. The cores and moulds prepared in foundry must have sufficient compressive strength for easy handling and also to avoid erosion of mould surface at corners during pouring of metal.The compressive strength of CO2 silicate bonded sand is affected by parameters.In the present investigations the effect of certain variable such as binder per cent, flow rate of CO2 gas, gassing time and holding time on compressive strength have been studied.


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  Thesis Title: REVIEW ON PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE OF JUSTICIA ADATHODA(L.)

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00079

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00079

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  Title: REVIEW ON PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE OF JUSTICIA ADATHODA(L.)

  Author Name(s): SWARNABALA.S, ABARNADEVIKA.A, ARIHARASIVAKUMAR.G, MOGANTHAN.R, SNEHA.K.K

 Pages: 1-32

 Year: May 2023

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For around 2500 years, the Justicia adathoda(L.), Nees have been used in indigenous medical systems all across the world. Justicia adathoda(L.) is commonly used in the Unani, an ayurvedic system of medicine. It was used traditionally to treat a variety of ailments and had strong pharmacological action, notably for bacterial infections, cough, bronchial infections, heart diseases reproductive abnormalities etc. Justicia adathoda (L.) contains a variety of constituents such as alkaloids, steroids, flavonoids, tannins, saponins, and so on. The plant’s active constituents include maiontone, l-vasicinone, vasicinolone, deoxyvasicine, vasicine, and vasicinol among all other constituents. This review offers current information on the phytoconstituents found in Justicia adathoda(L.), their pharmacological activities, ethanomedicinal applications, numerous formulations and their indications, pharmacokinetic profile, precautions, and warnings while using this plant. According to the critical evaluation, it was determined that there is insufficient scientific data to explain how the extract may be detrimental to humans, particularly women while they are pregnant. Key information on conventional use, in addition to toxicological investigation was examined for accuracy, relevance, significance, and reliability in the overall assessment of the safety of Justicia adathoda(L.). Many clinical trials on Justicia adathoda(L.) herbal formulations are being undertaken all over the world (L.). This review offers significant evidence from phytochemical and pharmacological investigations that show Justicia adathoda(L.) is a distinctive indigenous plant of India with a commercialiazed reputation and may thus be encourage for diverse applications such as medicinal and other potential uses.


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Justicia adathoda (L.), active ingredients, pharmacological activities, versatile and safe native plant of India.

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  Thesis Title: INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION LAW: THE CONFLICT OF LAWS ISSUES IN DETERMINING THE APPLICABLE LAW WHEN THE EXPRESS CHOICE OF GOVERNING LAW IS ABSENT IN AN ARBITRAL AGREEMENT.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00078

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00078

  Register Thesis ID - 264896

  Title: INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION LAW: THE CONFLICT OF LAWS ISSUES IN DETERMINING THE APPLICABLE LAW WHEN THE EXPRESS CHOICE OF GOVERNING LAW IS ABSENT IN AN ARBITRAL AGREEMENT.

  Author Name(s): Fiona Sehul Mehta

 Pages: 970-1007

 Year: April 2023

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This dissertation compares the increasing issues in international commercial arbitration�s conflict of laws issues while determining the applicable law in the arbitration agreement, specifically when the governing law is absent. The framework is based on the chronology of arbitration, which goes from the arbitration agreement through the actual procedures, and then into court processes involving arbitration with different systems of governing laws, and their approaches. There are now opposing viewpoints on whether the law relevant to the arbitration agreement should be the law of the arbitral seat or the law of the primary contract. The main goal here is to not only determine the conflict of laws issues in arbitration agreements but also to critically analyse them and provide better alternative approaches. This dissertation seeks to examine the extent to which the two main approaches are executed in practice compared to the uncertainty that can result in their application, while determining which approach is accurate when the applicable governing law is absent. This dissertation concludes with a view of current developments to answer the conflict of laws issues when the governing law is missing, addressed with relevant case law, and legal approaches finally linked to practical practice.


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International Arbitration, International Commercial Law, Applicable Law, Conflict of Laws, International Commercial Arbitration, Arbitral Agreement

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES PERCEPTION TOWARDS PERFETTI VAN MELLE INDIA PVT LTD

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00077

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00077

  Register Thesis ID - 264919

  Title: A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES PERCEPTION TOWARDS PERFETTI VAN MELLE INDIA PVT LTD

  Author Name(s): Benny Jeya Sekhar, Dr.TR Kalailakshmi

 Pages: 942-969

 Year: April 2023

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The company manufactures confectionery products. It provides candies, chocolate Products & Services: candies, chocolate, chewing gum,etc. In 2003, while the overall top line for the Indian operations of the global confectionery major Perfetti Van Melle was showing consistently upward trend (around 14% CAGR), the Gums line of the same was a drag for the company and was not able to make a positive contribution to the company bottom-line. In fact, Gums business grew only 3 per cent last fiscal. The line has been faced with stagnant sales and was unable to utilise the allocated plant capacity. The Divisional Head of the Line, along with his team was faced with this grave situation and was frantically looking for a break.


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Perfetti Van Melle’s innovations provide ample proof of the effectiveness of its product customization strategy and its attention to consumer demand.

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  Thesis Title: AN INTEGRATED MACHINE LEARNING FRAMEWORK FOR EFFECTIVE PREDICTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00076

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00076

  Register Thesis ID - 264160

  Title: AN INTEGRATED MACHINE LEARNING FRAMEWORK FOR EFFECTIVE PREDICTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

  Author Name(s): E.Padma Sundari, Dr.J.Shajilin Loret

 Pages: 899-941

 Year: April 2023

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ABSTRACT Cardiovascular diseases are considered as the most life-threatening syndromes with the highestmortality rate globally. Over a period of time, they have become very common and are now overstretchingthe healthcare systems of countries. The major factors of cardiovascular diseases are high blood pressure,family history, stress, age, gender, cholesterol, Body Mass Index (BMI), and unhealthy lifestyle. Based onthese factors, researchers have proposed various approaches for early diagnosis. However, the accuracyof proposed techniques and approaches needs certain improvements due to the inherent criticality andlife threatening risks of cardiovascular diseases. In this article, a MaLCaDD (Machine Learning basedCardiovascular Disease Diagnosis) framework is proposed for the effective prediction of cardiovasculardiseases with high precision. Particularly, the framework first deals with the missing values (via meanreplacement technique) and data imbalance (via Synthetic Minority Over-sampling Technique - SMOTE).Subsequently, Feature Importance technique is utilized for feature selection. Finally, an ensemble of LogisticRegression and K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN) classifiers is proposed for prediction with higher accuracy.The validation of framework is performed through three benchmark datasets (i.e. Framingham, HearDisease and Cleveland) and the accuracies of 99.1%, 98.0% and 95.5 % are achieved respectively. Finally,the comparative analysis proves that MaLCaDD predictions are more accurate (with reduced set of features)as compared to the existing state-of-the-art approaches. Therefore, MaLCaDD is highly reliable and can beapplied in real environment for the early diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases.


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Cardiovascular diseases, machine learning, cardiovascular prediction, ensemble, SMOTE, feature importance, MaLCaDD framework.

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  Thesis Title: ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC MODALITIES IN DETECTION OF ORAL POTENTIALLY MALIGNANT DISORDERS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00075

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00075

  Register Thesis ID - 264629

  Title: ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC MODALITIES IN DETECTION OF ORAL POTENTIALLY MALIGNANT DISORDERS

  Author Name(s): Anwesha Banerjee, Divya Pandya, Arpita Maitra

 Pages: 873-898

 Year: April 2023

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The screening of patients for signs of oral cancer and potentially malignant disorders has always relied upon the conventional oral examination. Several commercially available conventional diagnostic aids and adjunctive advanced techniques potentially assist in the screening of occult cancerous change or to assess the biologic potential of clinically ab-normal mucosal lesions. This manuscript systematically and critically reviews the literature associated with recent technological advances in oral cancer and potentially malignant dis-order screening for a more reliable and accurate diagnosis.


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Chemiluminescence, Pre-malignant, Oral cancer, Velscope

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  Thesis Title: Pride, Love, and Respect: Filipino Nationalism Through the Lens of Biracial Students.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00074

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00074

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  Title: PRIDE, LOVE, AND RESPECT: FILIPINO NATIONALISM THROUGH THE LENS OF BIRACIAL STUDENTS.

  Author Name(s): MARY PATRICCIA CAMU

 Pages: 847-872

 Year: April 2023

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The purpose of this study was to acquire a better understanding of the issues and challenges that biracial students confronted as they navigated the Philippine K-12 school system while developing a strong sense of self and Filipino nationalism. The goal of this research was to look into biracial students’ experiences in the Philippine educational system. As an output of the study, a cultural diversity program was proposed. The research design used was qualitative with phenomenology as approach. Using the interpretative phenomenological approach, the study generated ten emerging themes: which were Positive and Negative Experiences as Biracial Students; Cultural Awareness, Language, Socialization and Travel Opportunities; Language Barrier, Religion, Cultural Differences and Racism; Language Learning, Socialization, Being-Yourself and Open-mindedness; Pride, Love, and Respect for Filipinos, Their Culture and Tradition; Being Proud and Respectful of Filipino Culture, Values and History; Family and Friends, Studying in the Philippines and Exposure to Filipino Culture; Influence on Filipino Identity and Gained Different Ideas about the Filipinos and the Philippines; Gained Knowledge about the Filipinos, Their Heroes, History and Cultural Differences and Language Learning, Cultural Awareness and Social Development Program. The major findings strongly suggested that teachers and students must broaden their knowledge and students’ relationships with other people to incorporate meaningful and authentic learning experiences. The second key result was that the most powerful factors that built Filipino nationalism can be utilized both within and outside the classroom. Furthermore, it was vital for parents to teach their multiracial children about their race at a young age.


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Biracial Student, Filipino Nationalism, Pride, Love, Respect

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  Thesis Title: ROAD ACCIDENT PREDICTION USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00073

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00073

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  Title: ROAD ACCIDENT PREDICTION USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

  Author Name(s): SRIVIDHYA. K, PAVANI . G, VARSHITHA . K, ELAVARSHI

 Pages: 815-846

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 157

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The traffic has been transformed into the difficult structure in points of designing and managing by the reason of increasing number of vehicles. This situation has discovered road accidents problem, influenced public. health and country economy and done the studies on solution of the problem. Large, calibrated data agglomerations have increased by the reasons of the technological improvements and data storage with low cost. Arising the need of accession to information from this large, calibrated data obtained the corner stone of the data. mining. In this study, assignment of the most compatible machine learning classification techniques for road accidents estimation by data mining has been intended. There are several problems with current practices for prevention of the accidents occurred in the localities. The database we will use is available officially by many institutes and government websites. The data collected. will be analyzed, integrated, and grouped together based on different constraints using the best suited algorithm. This estimation will be helpful for collecting data and it shows the risk in a particular area is high or low. We have made use of data mining techniques in developing an accident prediction model using logistic. regression algorithm and gradient boosting algorithm. Bangalore road accident datasets for the years 2014 to 2017 available on the internet have been made use for this study.


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MECHINE LEARNING, PYTHON, LOGISTIC REGRESSION ALGORITHM, GRADIENT BOOSTING ALGORITHM

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  Thesis Title: INTEGRATED FOOL PROOF VENDING SYSTEM

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00072

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00072

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  Title: INTEGRATED FOOL PROOF VENDING SYSTEM

  Author Name(s): Logapurushothaman Thirugnanasambandam

 Pages: 771-814

 Year: April 2023

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Automated Vending Technology has become legacy now. Digitized version of Automated Vending Technology is termed as Autonomous Vending Technology. Intelligence added to has made it an iAutonomous Vending Technology. Using this Technology, Internet based retailing has become possible. Human intervention needed only at refilling part. Other than that, all the associated operations are taken care by the machine itself. It helps every common man to start or involve in retail sales based business at any moment. Biggest challenge in doing a retail business in accountability of stock, periodic monitoring of product availability, failure handling, managing supply chain, etc� But now, we have made all this operations into a robotic operations. Also, this helps to dispense products with any credentials.


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AVM VendingMachine AutomatedVendingMachine SmartVendingMachine

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  Thesis Title: INVITRO ANTIDANDRUFF ACTIVITY OF POLYHERBAL ECO-FRIENDLY HERB CARE COSMETICS WITH COMMERCIAL DANDRUFF SHAMPOOS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00071

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  Title: INVITRO ANTIDANDRUFF ACTIVITY OF POLYHERBAL ECO-FRIENDLY HERB CARE COSMETICS WITH COMMERCIAL DANDRUFF SHAMPOOS

  Author Name(s): Ishwarya J, Shajiya S

 Pages: 738-770

 Year: April 2023

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Dandruff is a random scalp disorder which is caused by the multiple different organisms of the family of Malassezia. The most efficient way to control dandruff is shampooing the scalp with the frequent intervals. Dandruff is a common scalp disease, that affects above 50% of the earth�s population. The adults are the major affected people of seborrheic dermatitis. Dandruff is the major initial problem that induce the hair fall. The causative organism of dandruff is Malassezia furfur, it is a lipophilic, basidiomycetous fungi. As dandruff is seen in worldwide, it needs an effective treatment to overcome from the disorder. The numerous types of commercial antidandruff shampoos were used to treat dandruff as it contains some antifungal agents. As these shampoos has high concentrations of chemicals, they cause many side effects. Therefore, the polyherbal extracts prepared from different herbal plant materials were used to overcome from this problem. The antifungal activity of commercial antidandruff shampoos and the polyherbal extract shampoos were compared. The polyherbal hair care cosmetic was prepared by the different herbal plant materials, the extracts of soap pod, neem leaves, henna, hibiscus leaves, lemon peel, amla, curry leaves, green gram, Bengal gram, extract of rose petal, fenugreek seeds were dried and used as a natural polyherbal shampoo, which does not have any side effects. The antifungal assay was studied under the agar well diffusion and disc diffusion method. The phytochemical analysis of the polyherbal plant extract were carried out in this study.


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Dandruff, Malassezia furfur, Polyherbal extract, Synthetic shampoo

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  Thesis Title: EFFECT OF STRUCTURED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME REGARDING PREVENTION OF VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA AMONG STAFF NURSES IN PALAKKAD DISTRICT .

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00070

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00070

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  Title: EFFECT OF STRUCTURED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME REGARDING PREVENTION OF VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA AMONG STAFF NURSES IN PALAKKAD DISTRICT .

  Author Name(s): Lt Col Regina.P.F, Anjali.K.A, Annu Rose Jojy, ANJANA MARY JOSE, Anju Saju ,Anu.A.J

 Pages: 701-737

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 141

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ABSTRACT The present study was aimed to assess the effect of structured educational programme regarding prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia among staff nurses in P.K Das Institute of Medical Sciences. The objectives of this study were to assess the level of knowledge regarding prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia among staff nurses, find the effectiveness of structured educational programme regarding prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia among staff nurses and find the association between pretest level of knowledge with selected demographic variables. The research approach was quantitative and the research design adopted was one group pre-test post-test research design. Sixty staff nurses selected by purposive sampling technique. Data was collected using structured questionnaire. The result shows that the obtained �t� value for nursing staff knowledge of ventilator associated pneumonia value in 16.61 significant at 0.05 level. It is inferred that the nursing staffs exposed to the structured educational programme had significant increase in post test knowledge. The Chi square test value shows that there is no association between level of knowledge with the demographic variables such as age, sex, educational qualification, present working area, year of experience and previous knowledge. Key words: Structured educational programme, Ventilator, Pneumonia


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Key words: Structured educational programme, Ventilator, Pneumonia

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATES WITH QUARTZ SAND AND ADDITION OF PP FIBERS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00069

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00069

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  Title: A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATES WITH QUARTZ SAND AND ADDITION OF PP FIBERS

  Author Name(s): C.Prasanth, B. Devendra goud, K. Bhagirada, M. Sreenivasulu, M. Sujjeen

 Pages: 674-700

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 157

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Self-compacting concrete is the very flowable, non-isolating solid that can spread into put, fill formwork, and embody even the most congested support by methods for its own weight, with practically no vibration. It conveys these appealing advantages while keeping up or improving all of standard mechanical and solidness qualities of cement. Changes in accordance with customary blend plans and the utilization of super plasticizers make this solid that can meet stream execution necessities. The self-compacting concrete is perfect to be utilized for throwing vigorously fortified areas or be set where there can be no entrance to vibrators for compaction and in complex states of formwork which may some way or another be difficult to cast, giving a far better surface than regular concrete. Self-compacting concrete, likewise alluded to as self-uniting concrete, can stream and combine under its own particular weight and is deaerated totally while streaming in the formwork The use of quartz sand as replacement for sand is an economical solution for making the concrete resistant to weathering. The Study Includes a concrete mix design procedure for partial replacement of sand with quartz sand and addition of PP Fibers by volume of cement. Present method was performed to evaluate the additional compressive, and Split Tensile Strength, flexural strength over conventional concrete. in which sand is replaced with 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, by weight with 1% viscosity modifying agent. Compressive, Split Tensile and flexural strength tests were carried out to evaluate the strength properties of concrete at the age of 7, 14 and 28 days. Mix Proportions 0%QS+0.6PPF+1%VMA,5%QS+0.6PPF+1%VMA,10%QS+0.6PPF+1%VMA,15%QS+0.6PPF+1%VMA, 20%QS+0.6PPF+1%VMA,25 %QS+0.6PPF+1%VMA.


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Self Compacting Concrete, M30 Concrete, Quartz Sand.

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY BETHAMCHERLA STONE POWDER

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00068

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00068

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  Title: A STUDY ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY BETHAMCHERLA STONE POWDER

  Author Name(s): S.Narayana Reddy, C.Guraiah, P. Bhaskar, K.Ganesh, S.Naseeruddin

 Pages: 649-673

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 145

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Concrete has the largest production of all manmade materials. It is a composite mixture containing cement paste and aggregates as its main components. Nowadays, common Cement is quite expensive so the main emphasis of this study is to find an alternative of Cement.. Concrete is the most important component used in the construction industry throughout the world. Due to excessive mining, natural resources are getting exhausted results in increase in scour depth and sometimes flood possibility. Thus, it is becoming inevitable to use alternative material in concrete. The various studies have been done using either stone power or marble powder as a replacement of sand. To reduce the solid waste minimization and waste recovery, a combination of Bethamcherla Stone Powder has been attempted in this study. The percentages of Bethamcherla Stone Powder added to replace Cement were 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% of the Cement by weight. In this present examination had been made to talk about the Workability, Compressive Strength, Split Strength, Flexural quality of concrete by supplanting Cement with Bethamcherla Stone Powder with various substitution levels 0%BSP, 5%BSP, 10%BSP, 15%BSP, 20%BSP,25%BSP for M20 Grade of Concrete.


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Bethamcherla Stone Powder, M20 Grade Concrete, Split Rigidity, Flexural Strength.

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  Thesis Title: STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF EFONIDIPINE HYDROCHLORIDE ETHANOLATE AND CHLORTHALIDONE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00067

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  Title: STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF EFONIDIPINE HYDROCHLORIDE ETHANOLATE AND CHLORTHALIDONE

  Author Name(s): RITIKA GAJRE, Dr. Zarna Dedania, Dr. Vineet Jain

 Pages: 606-648

 Year: April 2023

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A simple, sensitive and accurate Development and validation of analytical method for estimation of Efonidipine hydrochloride, Ethanolate and Chlorthalidone in synthetic. A reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography method is developed and validated for the determination of three drugs. With the help of RP- HPLC it gives us to good resolution and better separation of three drugs. The separation was conducted by using Cybersil C18 column (250mm x 4.6mm x 5?m) with mobile phase consisting Potassium dihydrogen phosphate: Methanol: Acetonitrile (30:30:40 v/v/v) (pH :3). The mobile phase was delivered at flow rate of 1.0 ml/min. m. During the forced degradation studies, Efonidipine showed maximum degradation (10 %) under oxidative stress followed by 8 % photodegradation. The drug showed lower degradation under acid, base and thermal stress conditions, to the extent of 4 %, 3 % and 6 % respectively. It was also observed that the retention time of the degradant under photolytic and oxidative degradation were the same probably due to the formation of the same product. Therefore, proposed method can be successfully used for routine analysis of Efonidipine hydrochloride, Ethanolate and Chlorthalidone in bulk as well as synthetic mixture.


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Efonidipine (EFO),Telmisartan (TEL), and Chlorthalidone(CTD),reversed�phase highperformance liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC)

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS ROYAL ENFIELD BIKES, DELHI NCR

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00065

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00065

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  Title: A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS ROYAL ENFIELD BIKES, DELHI NCR

  Author Name(s): ABDUL BASIT TAUHID

 Pages: 511-574

 Year: April 2023

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A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS ROYAL ENFIELD BIKES DLEHI NCR


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  Thesis Title: CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING DURING COVID 19

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00064

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00064

  Register Thesis ID - 263120

  Title: CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING DURING COVID 19

  Author Name(s): GAURAV KUMAR

 Pages: 455-510

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 149

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CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING DURING COVID 19


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  Thesis Title: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON EOSINOPHILIC PHENOTYPE IN ASTHMA AND COPD WITH COMPARISON TO BLOOD AND SPUTUM

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00063

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00063

  Register Thesis ID - 262893

  Title: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON EOSINOPHILIC PHENOTYPE IN ASTHMA AND COPD WITH COMPARISON TO BLOOD AND SPUTUM

  Author Name(s): J V MANISHA VAJRA, K ASHWINI SAI, P SHRUTHI REDDY, Dr MG KRISHNA MURTHY, Dr A V KISHORE BABU

 Pages: 412-454

 Year: April 2023

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Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease are airway obstructive disease that causes both morbidity and mortality in the general population. Often it becomes difficult to know the cause of airway obstruction as sometimes asthma mimics chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The well-defined feature that allows us to have a differential diagnosis is fixed airflow obstruction in asthma from COPD. Obstructive airway disease falls under an umbrella term due to the presence of a heterogeneous population and Asthma-COPD phenotype or Overlap syndrome (ACOS). Also, recent studies have shown that neither asthma nor COPD are single diseases but rather syndromes due presence of multiple endotypes and phenotypes. An Eosinophilic phenotype is a distinct form of type 2 airway obstructive disease in Asthma and whereas in COPD it is traditionally associated with neutrophilic infiltration in bronchi. But recent studies have shown that around 25-40 % of patients have severe exacerbation and decline of lung function with higher levels of eosinophil in COPD. Therefore this helps to personalize a targeted therapy based on traits and the role of ICS in this kind of phenotype.


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  Thesis Title: RESEARCH PAPER

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00062

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00062

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  Title: RESEARCH PAPER

  Author Name(s): KUMAR SUNNY

 Pages: 352-411

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 145

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MARKETING STRATEGY OF MAHINDRA AUTOMOBILE


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  Thesis Title: A REVIEW PAPER ON FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF SKELETAL REMAINS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00061

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00061

  Register Thesis ID - 261261

  Title: A REVIEW PAPER ON FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF SKELETAL REMAINS

  Author Name(s): Pekrunuo Cheng

 Pages: 240-351

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 173

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The present study has been done to review the various techniques that has been used for the examination of parts of a skeletal remain that contribute towards developing a biological profile of the person. Methods for age estimation, stature estimation, gender estimation, and ancestry assessment has been discussed along with their limitations, and suggestions have also been made on how the challenges that are posed towards the accuracy and reliability of such methods may be tackled with. Emerging technologies and methods for the identification of skeletal remains have also been discussed, and the effect of various traumas on skeletal remains has additionally been studied, as these provide major clues to the cause of death. An attempt has also been made towards the end of the study to highlight areas of new research prospects and advancements that can help towards a better and more reliable positive identification of skeletal remains.


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Skeletal remains, Forensic anthropologists, Biological Profile, Age estimation, Stature estimation, Gender estimation, Ancestry assessment, Trauma.

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  Thesis Title: REVIEW ON BONE RELATED DISEASE AND TREATMENT IN AYURVEDA

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00060

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00060

  Register Thesis ID - 262449

  Title: REVIEW ON BONE RELATED DISEASE AND TREATMENT IN AYURVEDA

  Author Name(s): Sagar Ashok shinde

 Pages: 189-239

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 241

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The human skeletal system becomes brittle, due to loss of bone density, whichcan lead to fractures and a compressed spinal column, thereby affecting posture and resulting pain in the back and the spine with increasing age. With alarming conditions, it affects other functions and organs in the body, causing associated symptoms of osteoporosis, constipation, degenerative arthritis, low back pain, insomnia, bladder and kidney weakness, frequent urination and dental problems.


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Rheumatoid Arthritis disease, Rickets Disease, Osteoporosis Disease, Osteomalacia Disease, Pagetis Disease, Frozen Shoulder Disease, Clavicle Fracture Disease, Trigger Finger Disease, Felty Syndrome Disease

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  Thesis Title: WIRELESS ROUTER SECURITY AND VULNERABILITY CHECKER

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00059

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00059

  Register Thesis ID - 261031

  Title: WIRELESS ROUTER SECURITY AND VULNERABILITY CHECKER

  Author Name(s): S.Ashwin, K.Deena, S.Subash

 Pages: 117-188

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 296

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In order to prevent phishing, a new graphical tool defined to check the wireless router security and vulnerability in order to avoid unauthorized access by hackers. In the existing projects & works there are many programmers and researchers who use different commands manually and one by one. To make it simple and easy we have created a new graphical tool for this purpose. It combines both Airmon-ng, Airodump-ng, Aireply-ng and Air crack-ng. By running this tool will assert the wireless router and report the Net admin that the router is secured or not.


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  Thesis Title: Banking -FINANCIAL ANALYSIS & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRIES

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00058

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00058

  Register Thesis ID - 262276

  Title: BANKING -FINANCIAL ANALYSIS & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRIES

  Author Name(s): MOHAMMAD GULJESH RIYAZ

 Pages: 86-116

 Year: April 2023

 Downloads: 151

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BANKING FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRIES


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FINANCIAL AND INVESTMENT RESEARCH

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  Thesis Title: RESEARCH PAPER

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00057

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00057

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  Title: RESEARCH PAPER

  Author Name(s): RASHID ASHRAFI

 Pages: 52-85

 Year: March 2023

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BANKING SERVICES AND INVESTMENT OF PRODUCTS HDFC BANK


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RESEARCH ON NEW PRODUCTS

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  Thesis Title: “A STUDY AMONG AGGRESSION OF FOOTBALL AND HANDBALL PLAYERS OF INTER-UNIVERSITY LEVEL”.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00056

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  Title: “A STUDY AMONG AGGRESSION OF FOOTBALL AND HANDBALL PLAYERS OF INTER-UNIVERSITY LEVEL”.

  Author Name(s): Prof. Kapildeva Anant Gurav

 Pages: 31-51

 Year: March 2023

 Downloads: 150

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�A STUDY AMONG AGGRESSION OF FOOTBALL AND HANDBALL PLAYERS OF INTER-UNIVERSITY LEVEL�.


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  Thesis Title: EFFECT OF FRUIT PEEL AS BIOSTIMULANT AND BIOFERTILIZER ON GERMINATION AND EARLY GROWTH OF BRASSICA NIGRA L.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00055

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00055

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  Title: EFFECT OF FRUIT PEEL AS BIOSTIMULANT AND BIOFERTILIZER ON GERMINATION AND EARLY GROWTH OF BRASSICA NIGRA L.

  Author Name(s): Khan Saniya, Negi Sushmita, Rane Jidnyasa, Gupta Darshan

 Pages: 1-30

 Year: March 2023

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This study aimed to investigate the potential of organic based waste material used in the form of Biostimulant and Biofertilizer. The contemporary research deals with the usage of fruit peels for efficient growth of plants and higher yield. Two different kinds of fruit peels such as banana and pomegranate were used. These fruit peels are highly rich in potassium, iron, calcium, zinc etc. Mustard seeds were used to test the utilization of fruit peel powder and extract as a natural growth enhancer. After 30 days of application of Biofertilizer plant growth was measured and the yield of mustard was counted.


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  Thesis Title: GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE OF IMPORTANT FINANCIAL INDICATORS OF THE STATE COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS IN INDIA

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00054

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00054

  Register Thesis ID - 261419

  Title: GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE OF IMPORTANT FINANCIAL INDICATORS OF THE STATE COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Vijayakumar A.B, Chandrashekar B.S, Raju R.

 Pages: 940-991

 Year: March 2023

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Agriculture is being considered the most important sector of the Indian economy as it contributes almost about 33 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product (G.D.P.). It provides livelihood for about two thirds of the working force in the country. The total share of the agricultural products in the export earnings, both in primary as well processed forms, is very significant. The National Commission on Agriculture (1976) emphasized that, the agricultural sector has to grow at much faster rate than before not only for its own sake, but also for the sake of the Indian economy as a whole. Hence, the prosperity of the country entirely depends on the prosperity of the agricultural sector. Due to introduction of new agricultural technologies in India, has converted the nature of agriculture from traditional to modernization. The farmers intended towards the replacement of traditional methods of farming with the scientific, advanced and innovative forms of agriculture. Hence, the purchase of agricultural inputs and their application requires huge capital which is beyond the capacity of most of the Indian farmers. Therefore, farmers are being forced to depend upon borrowed funds. Basically, farmers are in the need of three types of credits such as short-term, medium-term and long-term credits. The short-term and medium-term credit requirements are met by the co-operative banking institutions like PACs, CCBs and SCBs whereas; long term credit requirements are being met by the Land Development Banks popularly known as LDBS and now they are called as Agriculture and Rural Development Banks .Significance of the study: The present study is intended to focus on the performance of the State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks in India. It aims to assess the working performance of ARD Banks with respect to a few parameters of financial indicators such as Deposits, Investments, Advances, Borrowings, Recoveries .etc.The primary objective of this study was to analyze the performance of the financial indicators of State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks in India. Methodology: This study is purely based on the secondary data. The secondary data were collected from the Annual reports of National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India, Reports of National Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks Federation, Land Bank Journals, reports of the Statistical Department, Reports by the Registrar of Cooperative Societies and their websites. Reserve Bank of India�s Reports, journals and Periodicals etc. covering last ten years. Statistical tools and Techniques: The present study uses the appropriate tools and techniques to analyze the data. The descriptive statistics Mean, Median, Standard Deviation, . Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), Annual Growth Rate and the Trend Analysis Methods etc. have been employed/used to interpret the data. Agricultural finance is one of the important factors that plays a larger role in boosting agriculture production and productivity. In recent years, particularly after the Green Revolution, the Indian agricultural sector has expanded to improve the socio-economic conditions of farmers. As the Socio-economic development is measured by the economic indicators such as the Gross Domestic Product, (GDP) life expectancy, (LE) literacy, and employment (L&E) rates etc. Hence, this study helps to understand the bottlenecks of the agriculture and rural development banks so as to perform well with economic viability and aiding the farm community toward betterment of the agriculture where, it helps to measure economic condition of the farmers. Consequently, an attempt is made to gain insight into the issues of the federated agriculture and rural development banks of the country. Limitations of the study: Despite all efforts to make the analysis more exhaustive and scientific, a study of this nature is doomed to have some limitations as the study is purely based on the secondary data/statistics maintained by the different organizations of the concerned field and the data obtained may not always be the exact and accurate. The study is limited to the performance of the financial indicators of the banks only.


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growth and performance of SCARDB’S

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  Thesis Title: MOLECULAR DOCKING STUDIES ON DRUG TARGET SITES FOR ATMOSPHERIC DUST ALLERGY

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00053

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00053

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  Title: MOLECULAR DOCKING STUDIES ON DRUG TARGET SITES FOR ATMOSPHERIC DUST ALLERGY

  Author Name(s): Surya S. Krishnan, Archana Rai

 Pages: 895-939

 Year: March 2023

 Downloads: 194

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Abstract Allergy describes a constellation of clinical diseases that affect up to 30% of the world�s population. The underlying pathophysiology involves immunoregulatory dysfunctions similar to those noted in highly stressed populations. Histamine is a major mediator in allergic reactions and the histamine H1 receptor is responsible for many of the symptoms of allergic reactions such as rhinorrhoea, contraction of bronchial and gastrointestinal smooth muscle, and many forms of itch. H1 receptor antagonists are used extensively for the treatment of allergic disorders to the extent that "anti-histamines" would be universally recognized as a treatment for hayfever, for example, but not for asthma. This work aims to find the binding sites between the phytochemicals from coleus barbatus and the human histamine h1 receptor protein. The protein 3D structure is retrieved from the PDB database. The active sites of the histamine h1 protein are derived from Castp. Binding molecules or ligands are derived from the literature and phytochemical databases. From PubChem, the 2D structures of the ligands are taken. Molecular docking is done by swissdock server and the final ADMET studies are done with the help of SwissADME. It is observed that alpha-ionone shows the best docking result among all the phytochemicals and also obeys the Lipinski rule of 5 and ADMET.


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Keywords: Allergy, histamine h1 receptor protein, PDB, PubChem, Cast p, Swissdock, Swiss ADME, Lipinski rule of five.

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  Thesis Title: STUDIES OF VARIOUS PARAMETERS OF MICROSTRIP FILTERS USING VARIOUS SOFTWARES

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00052

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00052

  Register Thesis ID - 260870

  Title: STUDIES OF VARIOUS PARAMETERS OF MICROSTRIP FILTERS USING VARIOUS SOFTWARES

  Author Name(s): Malay Karmakar

 Pages: 850-894

 Year: March 2023

 Downloads: 193

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A micro strip filter is an electronic filter that uses micro strip transmission lines to create circuitry that selectively leaves or blocks certain frequency signals. It is a passive device commonly used in communications, radar, and other electronic systems to reduce unwanted signals or noise and improve the quality of desired signals. The filter works by combining the effects of distributed capacitance, inductance and resistance in the micro strip transmission line and the placement of resonators such as capacitors or coils to create bandpass, low pass or high pass. Micro strip filters can be designed with narrow or wide bandwidth, high or low insertion loss, and high or low attenuation. They are compact and lightweight, allowing easy integration into printed circuit boards (PCBs) or other circuits. By applying a high frequency microwave signal, its h-parameter, s-parameter, y-parameter, z-parameter and Smith diagram are investigated. For this, we used 3 software HFSS, CST and IE3D. The results are consistent with almost any software.


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HFSS,CST,IE3D,Microstrip filter etc

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  Thesis Title: NEW DESIGNS OF MACHINES AND WEAPONS, IMPORTANT FORMULAS & HYPOTHESIS OF NEW ATOMIC MODEL

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00051

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00051

  Register Thesis ID - 260660

  Title: NEW DESIGNS OF MACHINES AND WEAPONS, IMPORTANT FORMULAS & HYPOTHESIS OF NEW ATOMIC MODEL

  Author Name(s): JISHU THAKUR

 Pages: 805-849

 Year: March 2023

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This is a document made on the basis of research that will provide important and innovative designs of machines and weapons, important formulas related to astronomy and physics along with the hypothesis of new atomic model.


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Machine, Innovation, Astronomy, Physics, Weapons, Atom

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  Thesis Title: STUDY ON TRADITIONAL CIRCULAR STRUCTURES AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00050

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00050

  Register Thesis ID - 260709

  Title: STUDY ON TRADITIONAL CIRCULAR STRUCTURES AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE

  Author Name(s): Ar.KASTHURI.S

 Pages: 694-804

 Year: March 2023

 Downloads: 315

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This paper seeks to investigate into the to study the Traditional Circular structures in India both religious and habitable space structures and to find out their thermal performance in various regions.To find out the historic background reason behind the circular structures in those earlier days. This study proceeds to analyze the detailed field data collected, with a view to identify the indoor thermal environment with respect to outdoor thermal environment in different regions. There is a regression analysis to obtain information about the thermal environment of different traditional and modern residential buildings with different conditions.To investigated the existing circular earthen buildings that have performed well in seismic activities, and noted their features compared with other earthen buildings. The paper concludes that, thermal performance of which is better the circular building or other geometrical shape - square ,rectangle shape buildings.To find out the daylight factor inside the building of both Circular and square/rectangular shape building.


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Traditional Circular temples in Tamilnadu , Daylight simulation for Circular building

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  Thesis Title: PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN POLICE OFFICERS RESIDING IN RAHATA, LONI.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00049

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00049

  Register Thesis ID - 259667

  Title: PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN POLICE OFFICERS RESIDING IN RAHATA, LONI.

  Author Name(s): DR.SHRUTI PRAKASH KAMBLE, DR.DEEPALI HANDE, DR.ADITI KHOT

 Pages: 626-693

 Year: March 2023

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BACKGROUND: Police officers are often overlooked as valued protectors of society. They experience difficulties from superiors, citizens, and even their uniforms, causing physical injury, discomfort, and mental repercussions. Musculoskeletal diseases are one of the major health problems related to work in different professions among which, the police activity stands out due to their physically demanding character. There is a potential negative impact due to high work pace with little recovery time, work place violence and multiple shifts affecting not only physical but also mental health of the working officers. Some research indicate that this occupational group has a three times greater risk of being injured at work than all other occupations. OBJECTIVE: The primary objective is to study the most prevalence area of musculoskeletal pain in police officers also to find out the prevalence of working factors and non-working factors influencing the musculoskeletal pain. MATERIALS AND METHOD: 40 police officers from Loni and Rahata police station were selected based on the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data was collected using the Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire (NMQ) and a self-administered pain questionnaire. RESULTS: WORKING FACTORS INFLUENCING MUSCULOSKLETAL PAIN: Data from 40 participants was analyzed. Out of 40 participants 52% did desk job whereas 42.5% spend their day on bike, 40% worked on ground and 22% spend their day in a vehicle(car/van) majority of times. It was reported that (75%) complained that they did not get adequate sleep with (72.5%) participants claiming their job to be stressful in nature. According to the participants past year experience noted, (77.5%) were exposed to disturbing crime, (15%) were exposed to catastrophic loss and (12.5%) were exposed to fight during their service. NON- WORKING FACTORS INFLUENCING MUSCULOSKLETAL PAIN: (32.5%) of the participants were reported to have family stress. Approximately (22.5%) of the participants reported being addicted to tobacco chewing whereas (20%) and (7.5%) being addicted to alcohol and smoking respectively. NORDIC PAIN QUESTIONNAIRE : In this study, the upper back (45%), lower back (45%) and knees (45%) were the most commonly affected body regions in the past 12 months. The knees (35%) were the most common body region affected in the past 7 days which was followed by lower back pain (30%) and upper back pain by (25%). CONCLUSION: Out of the 40 participants evaluated for this study and according to the questionnaire evaluated it shows that there was a high 12-month prevalence of musculoskeletal pain among the police officers with upper back, lower back and knees being the most commonly reported body region. ?


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  Thesis Title: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00048

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00048

  Register Thesis ID - 256974

  Title: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

  Author Name(s): Jainambu Gani Abbas, Shirley Leo Pereira

 Pages: 585-625

 Year: February 2023

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The challenge of incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) into enterprises persists despite growing interest. According to recent analyses, up to 85% of AI programmes eventually fall short of their goals. There are still few studies on successful AI applications, which might provide businesses just starting their AI journeys useful insights. In order to provide value to corporate management, this research tries to understand the proper business management of AI technology, people, and processes. This article goes into further detail about the resource orchestration strategy and examines how effectively AI is being used in Taobao’s e-commerce fulfilment centre for business management. The results suggest that data, AI algorithms, and robots are the most important AI resources. These resources must be organized (e.g., leveraged, deployed) to cooperate with other pertinent resources, such as storage facilities and existing information systems, in order to develop significant AI capabilities. Learning, planning, and prediction are the three main AI capabilities. The capacity of AI to generate business value in terms of effectiveness (for example, labour productivity, space optimization), efficacy (for example, data analytics), and effectiveness for study and practise, the effects of comprehending these social informatics of AI are addressed for business management.


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Business management, Artificial intelligence, Resource orchestration, Smart warehouse, E-commerce, Fulfillment center.

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  Thesis Title: PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF MISINFORMATION IN WHATSAPP USING HASH INFO FEATURE IN BLOCKCHAIN WITH ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00047

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  Title: PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF MISINFORMATION IN WHATSAPP USING HASH INFO FEATURE IN BLOCKCHAIN WITH ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE

  Author Name(s): M. Shanmugam, Hemachandran G, Ragul S, Trijun M, Vishal T

 Pages: 560-584

 Year: February 2023

 Downloads: 151

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Fake news spreads like a virus these days. Mindless and incessant forwarding of WhatsApp messages without verifying the correctness of such messages is leading to the spread of fake news, and many a time, such messages assume racial and religious overtones. Therefore, dealing with these in real-time and in an accurate scale is a critical issue. Whatsapp made a few changes in the app for Indian users, like labeling forwarded messages, removing the quick forward button, and limiting the number of allowed forwards to five people or five groups at a time. It did stop the individual forwards carrying nonsense messages and fake news but it continues to revel in Whatsapp groups. Complete anonymity is one of the biggest problems with this menace of fake news. WhatsApp needs to take more concrete steps to ensure that each time a message is sent, it must have some indication of the sender’s identity. This would make it easier for the law enforcement agencies to get hold of the person who actually created the message. Our proposed system creates accountability for every user who shares a forwarded message, so as to make them think twice before sending an abusive message or forwarding fake news. Forwarded messages don’t have accountability, which leads to the problem of forwarding them too many times. So to stop this from happening, we have created a way of identifying the senders through a hash code, which can be found by selecting the message and clicking on the hash info option. This displays the hash code as well as the hash pointer for that message. By using this feature, every user knows that they will be held accountable whenever they forward a message. This can stop people from sending fake news and helps us to identify every person to which it has been sent as well as easy identification of the source. This feature also helps users to have a better overall user experience, as providing users with the ability to stop the propagation of fake news helps them to trust the app more easily.


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WhatsApp , Fake News, Hash Info, Security, Context aware, Intelligence, Progressive, Accountability.

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  Thesis Title: STUDY ON IMPACT OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE RETENTION

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00046

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  Title: STUDY ON IMPACT OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE RETENTION

  Author Name(s): Shefali Singh

 Pages: 528-559

 Year: February 2023

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This study investigates the impact of various Career Development Practices undertaken in organizations on Employee Retention. For an HR, these practices are crucial because they are in charge of employee development and advancement. The better opportunities and career development practices they offer to their employees the more productivity employees will bring to the organization. Career Development refers to advancement in career-building opportunities for every individual. In a workplace, it assists the employees to overcome hindrances and any kind of challenges that they may face while working towards achieving their goals. These practices are gaining importance in today�s day and age because employees are looking beyond just pay and compensation and are looking forward to bridging the gap between their skills and opportunities. As a student, or as a fresher who is ready to step out in the world, this study will provide insight into how employee career development programs and practices have an effect on the decision of employees to leave or to get retained in the organization. In the longer run, people prefer a life and job that not only pays them well but also helps to maintain work-life balance and long-term career goals. These career development goals help them to think for the future in a precise manner and hence are essential. This study will specifically anchor the result of the career development practices on employee retention and gain insight into whether these practices work out employee retention in the context of the real world.


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Career Development, Employee Retention, Mentoring, Career Advancement practices

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  Thesis Title: RESPONSE OF ESCHERICHIA COLITONUTRIENT AVAILABILITY DURING CULTIVATIONAT SINGLE CELL LEVEL(THIS IS RIGHT)

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00045

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  Title: RESPONSE OF ESCHERICHIA COLITONUTRIENT AVAILABILITY DURING CULTIVATIONAT SINGLE CELL LEVEL(THIS IS RIGHT)

  Author Name(s): Dr. Naval Kishor Lodha, DR. SANDEEP MAHAJAN MHU,ROORKEE(UK)

 Pages: 396-527

 Year: February 2023

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In this work, we present the design and characterization of Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) based reporter systems designed to describe cellular activity in �complex,� heterogeneous bioreactors. The reporter systems consist of Escherichia coli strains carrying growth dependent promoters fused to genes expressing stable and unstable variants of GFP, respectively. The response of Eschcrichia coli cells to transient exposure to glucose was studied in a two- compartment scale down bioreactor (SDR) consisting of a well-stirred tank reactor (STR) connected to a plug-flow reactor (PFR). Such a SDR system is employed to mimic the situation of high glucose concentration and oxygen limitation that often encountered in large-scale, fed- batch bioreactors and the response of E. coli was simulated by continuously pumping microbial cells from STR to the PFR. We found that repeated addition of concentrated glucose pulses with varied frequency at the entrance of the PFR had consequenc on strain physiological behavior. The GFP expressions were significantly marked after 10 h of cultivation in STR (control reactor) and SDR, whereas, growth rates were rather similar. Additional experiments in chemostat with programmed glucose perturbation suggested that the activities of the promoters were linked with the substrate limitation signal. Taken together with immunoblot analysis. we suppose protein leakage is responsible for the overexpression of/Is and the related promoters, such as rrnB in this case study. but additional works are required in order to confirm this relationship. This investigation is useful for a better understanding of the fast dynamic phenomena occurring in heterogeneous large-scale bioreactors.


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  Thesis Title: COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN ALLOPATHIC AND HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES FOR CORONA VIRUS

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00044

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  Title: COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN ALLOPATHIC AND HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES FOR CORONA VIRUS

  Author Name(s): Nancy, Dr. Gulshan Sindhwani, Meenu Rani

 Pages: 359-392

 Year: January 2023

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Abstract : Covid-19 belongs to the family of Coronaviridae which has several variants like SARS, MERS, Omicron etc. that have the ability to spread infection. This is zoonotic infection. It can mainly affect the lungs or other respiratory parts. Some clinical trials are performed (Hong kong trial, Italian trial) for the analysis of the medicines/ treatment which one is more effective for covid-19 treatment. Detecting methods are also available for the confirmation of covid-19 infection. After detection and case study analysis, we observe that the homeopathic treatment is best for covid-19 infection alerts.


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Keywords : Covid-19, SARS, MERS, Zoonotic, Treatment, Homeopathy, Allopathy.

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  Thesis Title: WORK LIFE BALANCE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00043

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00043

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  Title: WORK LIFE BALANCE

  Author Name(s): Dr. Archana kumari

 Pages: 331-358

 Year: January 2023

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Work life balance is the term used to describe the situation in which an individual has successfully managed to balance their work life demands with the needs of their personal life. In short, WLB has numerous positive effects including less stress, a lower risk of burnout & a greater sense of well- being.


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  Thesis Title: STUDY OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE RELATED DRUG PANTOPRAZOLE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00042

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  Title: STUDY OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE RELATED DRUG PANTOPRAZOLE

  Author Name(s): Jagtap kunal shivaji, Mande kalyan sominath, Walhure Gajanan Pandit, Nagare Ajit devram, Musale yogesh jagannath

 Pages: 301-330

 Year: December 2022

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Pantoprazole (Protonix) is an irreversible proton pump inhibitor (PPI) that reduces gastric acid secretion. In combination with two antimicrobial agents (most commonly metronidazole, clarithromycin or amoxicillin) for 6-14 days, pantoprazole 40 mg twice daily produced Helicobacter pylori eradication rates of 71-93.8% (intent-to-treat [ITT] or modified ITT analysis) in patients without known antibacterial resistance. Pantoprazole-containing triple therapy was at least as effective as omeprazole- and similar in efficacy to lansoprazole-containing triple therapy in large trials. In the treatment of moderate to severe gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD), oral pantoprazole 40 mg/day was as effective as other PPIs (omeprazole, omeprazole multiple unit pellet system, lansoprazole and esomeprazole) and significantly more effective than histamine H(2)-antagonists. Pantoprazole 20 mg/day provided effective mucosal healing in patients with GORD and mild oesophagitis. Intravenous pantoprazole 40 mg/day can be used in patients who are unable to take oral medication. Oral pantoprazole 20-40 mg/day for up to 24 months prevented relapse in most patients with healed GORD. According to preliminary data, oral pantoprazole 20 or 40 mg/day was effective at healing and preventing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)-related ulcers, and intravenous pantoprazole was at least as effective as intravenous ranitidine in preventing ulcer rebleeding after endoscopic haemostasis. Oral or intravenous pantoprazole up to 240 mg/day maintained target acid output levels in most patients with hypersecretory conditions, including Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. Oral and intravenous pantoprazole appear to be well tolerated in patients with acid-related disorders in short- and long-term trials. Tolerability with oral pantoprazole was similar to that with other PPIs or histamine H(2)-antagonists in short-term trials. Formal drug interaction studies have not revealed any clinically significant interactions between pantoprazole and other agents. In conclusion, pantoprazole is an effective agent in the management of acid-related disorders. As a component of triple therapy for H. pylori eradication and as monotherapy for the healing of oesophagitis and maintenance of GORD, pantoprazole has shown similar efficacy to other PPIs and greater efficacy than histamine H(2)-antagonists. Limited data suggest that it is also effective in Zollinger-Ellison syndrome and in preventing ulcer rebleeding. Pantoprazole is well tolerated with minimal potential for drug interactions. The availability of pantoprazole as both oral and intravenous formulations provides flexibility when the oral route of administration is not appropriate. Thus, pantoprazole is a valuable alternative to other PPIs in the treatment of acid-related disorders


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Pharmacovigilance pantoprazole OMEPRAZOL

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  Thesis Title: PREDICTING DEFAULT OF PHARMACEUTICALS SECTOR USING MDA, ALTMAN, CALIBRATED, LOGIT AND STRUCTURAL MODEL

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00041

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  Title: PREDICTING DEFAULT OF PHARMACEUTICALS SECTOR USING MDA, ALTMAN, CALIBRATED, LOGIT AND STRUCTURAL MODEL

  Author Name(s): Dr. Deepika Verma

 Pages: 267-300

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 185

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An attempt has been made in the present study to predict the default occurrence of selected pharmaceutical sector firms using MDA, Logit function and structural model. Study developed 2 models using MDA and Logit model, further study also evaluated the Altman original model and calibrated model by applying it on sample data of selected textile sector. The developed models have also been validated on the out-of-sample data. The study obtained satisfactory statistical results pertaining to the MDA and Logit developed models but not from Structural Model and Altman Z score model. Additionally, the classification results witnessed the following accuracies for MDA, Calibrated, Altman, Logit and Structural model such as 88%, 80%, 19%, 90% and 25%. The validation accuracies obtained by mda, calibrated and logit models are 37%, 37% and 92%.


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Altman Z score, Multiple Discriminant Analysis, Logistic Regression, Structural Model, Default Prediction, Bankruptcy Prediction, NPA, and Corporate Default.

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  Thesis Title: STUDY OF TRAMADOL DRUG RELATED WITH PHARMACOVIGILANCE

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00040

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  Title: STUDY OF TRAMADOL DRUG RELATED WITH PHARMACOVIGILANCE

  Author Name(s): Sathe Pravin Namdev, Nimase Pratiksha Ashok, Pawar Akshay Baban, Bhadange Shankar Sayaji, Sutar Raj Sanjay

 Pages: 233-266

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 200

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Pharmacovigilance (PV) plays a key role in the healthcare system through assessment, monitoring and discovery of interactions amongst drugs and their effects in humans. Pharmaceutical and biotechnological medicines are designed to cure, prevent or treat diseases; however, there are also risks particularly adverse drug reactions (ADRs) can cause serious harm to patients. Thus, for safety medication ADRs monitoring is required for each medicine throughout its life cycle, during development of drugs such as pre-marketing including early stages of drug design, clinical trials, and post-marketing surveillance. PV is concerned with the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of ADRs. Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics are an indispensable part of clinical research. Variation in the human genome is a cause of variable response to drugs and susceptibility to diseases are determined, which is important for early drug discovery to PV. Moreover, PV has traditionally been involved in mining spontaneous reports submitted to national surveillance systems. The research focus is shifting toward the use of data generated from platforms outside the conventional framework such as electronic medical records, biomedical literature, and patient-reported data in health forums. The emerging trend in PV is to link Premarketing data with human safety information observed in the post-marketing phase. The PV system team obtains valuable additional information, building up the scientific data contained in the original report and making it more informative. This necessitates an utmost requirement for effective regulations of the drug approval process and conscious pre and post approval vigilance of the undesired effects, especially in India.


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Keywords: Contraindications, Indications, Pain management, Tramadol

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  Thesis Title: STUDY OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE RELATED DRUG ISONIAZID

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00039

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00039

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  Title: STUDY OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE RELATED DRUG ISONIAZID

  Author Name(s): Raj Sanjay Sutar, Akshay baban pawar, Saurabh Sharad Gaikwad, Pratiksha Ashok nimase, Pravin namdev sathe

 Pages: 205-232

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 173

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Pharmacovigilance deals with safety & monitoring of drugs for the purpose of detection of frequency of adverse drug reaction to improve patients’ healthcare & safety. Adverse drug reactions have been a large-scale problem in developing countries which brings pharmacovigilance as a major field in drug manufacturing & development. Pharmacovigilance is aimed at increasing reporting rates and minimizing adverse drug reactions. As pharmacovigilance is concerned with toxicology studies of drugs this study deals with the account of isoniazid (referred as first line anti tubercular drug) This review is concerned with data collected about toxicology & account of isoniazid.


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Pharmacovigilance, toxicology, isoniazid, adverse drug reaction, clinical trials

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  Thesis Title: STUDY OF DICLOFENAC DRUG RELATED WITH PHARMACOVIGILANCE.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00038

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  Title: STUDY OF DICLOFENAC DRUG RELATED WITH PHARMACOVIGILANCE.

  Author Name(s): Pawar Akshay Baban, Sathe Pravin Namdev, Bhadange Shankar Sayaji, Nimase Pratiksha Ashok, Sutar Raj Sanjay

 Pages: 171-204

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 168

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Medicines and vaccines have transformed the prevention and treatment of diseases. In addition to their benefits, medicinal products may also have side effects, some of which may be undesirable and / or unexpected. Pharmacovigilance is the science and activities relating to the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects or any other medicine/vaccine related problem. All medicines and vaccines undergo rigorous testing for safety and efficacy through clinical trials before they are authorized for use. However, the clinical trial process involves studying these products in a relatively small number of selected individuals for a short period of time. Certain side effects may only emerge once these products have been used by a heterogenous population, including people with other concurrent diseases, and over a long period of time. Diclofenac, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, is not a documented cause of rhabdomyolysis in the Summaries of Product Characteristics held by major regulators. Diclofenac is a medication used in the management and treatment of inflammatory conditions and pain. It is in the class of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). This activity outlines the indications, mechanism of action, administration, adverse effect profile, contraindications, and other key factors for diclofenac in the clinical setting pertinent to healthcare team members to treat and manage patients with inflammation-related conditions.


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contraindications, indication , Efficacy, safety, pharmacokinetic of diclofenac .

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  Thesis Title: REVIEW: PHARMACOVIGILANCE -CLINICAL AND NON CLINICAL TRIALS OF RIVASTIGMINE .

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00037

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  Title: REVIEW: PHARMACOVIGILANCE -CLINICAL AND NON CLINICAL TRIALS OF RIVASTIGMINE .

  Author Name(s): Miss Thete Sahyadri Bapusaheb, Mr.Musale Yogesh Jagannath, Miss.Nagare Bhakti Suhas, Mr.Gore Shankar Datta

 Pages: 144-170

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 168

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Pharmacovigilance promotes the safe and proper use of medications. Pharmacovigilance entails more than only assessing commercially available drugs and submitting this report to the national surveillance system. Pharmacovigilance efforts in India began far earlier than the launch of the country’s official pharmacovigilance programme (PVPI) In India, several scientists, doctors, and administrators contributed to the field of pharmacovigilance. Pharmacovigilance’s goal is to safeguard the public’s health by discovering, assessing, and limiting safety concerns to make sure that the benefits of all medications outweigh the risks. The drug rivastigmine is the main subject of pharmacovigilance, which has expanded from being a small activity in drug control to a large one. The medication aids in the safety of clinical trials, the efficacy of adverse drug reactions, the development of safety for correct usage, and the right communication of that information to a variety of relevant stakeholder groups. Clinical research requires pharmacogenomics and Pharmacogentics as essential components. This pharmacovigilance review is outlined in the current pharmacovigilance review article as objectives drugs parts of the non clinical and clinical safety specification, efficacy selection of medicines marketing and post marketing service surveillance report, and adverse drug reaction report.


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pharmacovigilance, Objectives, Types, Component, Clinical Research ,ICH guideline, Clinical and Non clinical Safety, Selection and Selling of drugs, Identify adverse drug reaction, Consumption report, ADR Monitoring Form

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  Thesis Title: A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BALLOON THERAPY ON SELECTED RESPIRATORY PARAMETERS AMONG CHILDREN WITH ACUTE RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION IN DHANALAKSHMI SRINIVASAN MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, PERAMBALUR

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00036

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  Title: A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BALLOON THERAPY ON SELECTED RESPIRATORY PARAMETERS AMONG CHILDREN WITH ACUTE RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION IN DHANALAKSHMI SRINIVASAN MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, PERAMBALUR

  Author Name(s): Kayalvizhi M

 Pages: 81-143

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 206

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Title: A Study to evaluate the effectiveness of balloon therapy on selected respiratory parameters among children with Acute respiratory tract infection in Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College and Hospital, Perambalur.Objective: To assess the level of acute respiratory tract infection before and after intervention in experimental and control group. To evaluate the effectiveness of balloon therapy on respiratory parameters among children with acute respiratory tract infection in experimental and control group. To find out the association between the post test level of respiratory parameters among children with acute respiratory tract infection with their selected demographic variables in experimental and control group. Hypothesis: There is a significant difference between the pre-test and post-test level of respiratory parameters among children with acute respiratory tract infection in experimental group and control group. There is a significant effectiveness of balloon therapy on respiratory parameters among children with acute respiratory tract infection in experimental and control group. There is a significant association between the post test level of balloon therapy on respiratory parameters with selected demographic variables between the experimental group and control group. Conceptual Frame Work: Nola.J.Pender�s Health Promotion Model (2002-Revised). Research Design: Quasi experimental factorial design. Setting: Patients in DSMCH, Perambalur. Sample: Sampling were totally 30 children with Acute Respiratory Tract Infection, 15 samples were split for Experimental Group and 15 samples were taken for Control group. Sampling Technique: Convenient sampling technique. Intervention: In Experimental Group 53% of them have age group with 6 to 8 years. 73% of the respondents from the female group. 40% of them type of family group are from joint family and nuclear family. 40% of them third child. 53% of them from rural locality. 47% of them were no prior infection. In Control Group 67% of them have age group with 6 to 8 years. 60% of the respondents from the female group. 53% of them type of family group are from joint family. 40% of them first child. 73% of them from rural locality. 60% of them were no prior infection. Result: After Intervention 53% of them have average level of Acute Respiratory Tract Infection. 33% of them Good improved level on Acute Respiratory Tract Infection after the intervention. 13% of them have poor improvement after intervention. Without Intervention There is no improvement Acute Respiratory Tract Infection. Conclusion: School age children�s with Acute Respiratory Tract Infection have only average and good level of socio activities. Balloon therapy was effective in improving level of activity like Respiratory parameters.


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  Thesis Title: HINDU ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES, RELIGIOUS- CULTURAL HERITAGES AND MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT, NATURAL CAVES IN VINDHYAN TRACT OF HISTORICAL STRATEGIC CHANDERI HILL FORT, CENTRAL INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00035

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  Title: HINDU ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES, RELIGIOUS- CULTURAL HERITAGES AND MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT, NATURAL CAVES IN VINDHYAN TRACT OF HISTORICAL STRATEGIC CHANDERI HILL FORT, CENTRAL INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. H.D. DIWAN, Dr. PRAVEEN KADWE, Dr. NIRMITA MEHROTRA, Dr. DEBASHIS SANYAL, Dr. S.S. BHADAURIA

 Pages: 46-80

 Year: December 2022

 Downloads: 182

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The Chanderi Hill Fort of Central India was built by Hindu Pratihar King Kirti Pal in 11th Century AD. It is also known as Kirti Fort in his name. The present Chanderi Township of Ashok Nagar district, M.P. was the capital of his reign. Earlier to Vedic period, the Chanderi region was ruled by King Shishupal, mentioned in Hindu Epic Mahabharata. It had been located strategically on the border of Malwa and Bundelkhand and connected Ancient Trade Route (ATR) from Central India to sea ports of Gujarat via. Malwa, Mewar, Deccan. The aim of study is multidisciplinary to elaborate the scientific interpretation of physical domain, terrain and landscape characteristics, correlation with the Histo-Archaeological, Architectural features of Hindu Arts and Cultural Heritages of Chanderi region and its tourism prospects. Under methodology, the Satellite Remote Sensing Imagery Data (2020-2021) have been utilized for demarcation of natural features and manmade physical structures, geomorphic, geologic units, settlement etc. and correlated with existing literatures records of the region. The study indicates that the Medieval Urban Settlement layout Plan of Chanderi Township evolved Ancient Hindu Vastushastra representing Vashtu Purusha Mandla with main axis orientation in stone walled fortified Ander Shahar (Inner Township). The Architectural Characteristics reveals the artistic carvings and decoration on Facades, Palaces, Havelis, Religeous Hindu Temples, Monuments shows mature Architectural style and Cultural Heritages of Medieval Rajputana period. The monuments including Kirti Fort, Havelis, Palace Badal Mahal, Gateways Mata Jageshwari Temple, religious places, Caves, reservoir of Rajghat dam etc. are major attractions for tourist and pilgrimages. Some effective protective measures are required under caretaking of professional environmentalist, archeologist, architects, historians with the help of NGO’s and public- participation of Chanderi Community. It will rise the Tourism Prospects of ancient cultural, religious heritage and Traditional Silk Trade Centre of Malwa region.


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KIRTI FORT, PRATIHAR KING, RANA SANGA, MEDIEVAL CENTRAL INDIA, BUNDELA ARCHITECTURE, CHANDERI SILK, MATA JAGESHWARI TEMPLE, VINDHYAN SANDSTONE, ANCIENT TOWN, TOURISM, MONUMENT, CAVE, BETWA RIVER, CONSERVATION, HERITAGES.

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  Thesis Title: “A STUDY ON IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS”

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00034

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  Title: “A STUDY ON IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS”

  Author Name(s): Panchakshari Srinivasan

 Pages: 1-45

 Year: November 2022

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Banking is one (if not the) most creative industry in the world, a biased opinion perhaps, but I believe apt for the question. Technology has provided another avenue for this creativity and it is just starting to be realized. Companies like Rocket Mortgage, Robinhood, Square, Ant Financial, etc. are providing a completely different view on what financial services are, and how they will be delivered. Beyond the pure technology is the impact that it is having on business models of banks and other financial services providers. Banks now make less than half of the mortgage loans in the US for example. The next phase of technology will likely be a little less obvious to consumers, as automation is applied to all types of processes and back office operations. Those companies and individuals with an understanding of technology and financial services will continue to change the way banking is considered Banking can�t survive today without technology. Needless to say, what technology has done to us and how easy the life has become. Let�s go back to the era where there were no ATM�s, can someway tell me how life was at that point of time and how life is today. The same goes for things that we can do online these days; I don�t remember going in the last 4 years. This has all happened because technology is playing a huge role in banking nowadays. You remove the word technology from banking and I can guarantee things will work but the banks will feel paralyzed. This is called impact.


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  Thesis Title: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING SELECTED NATIONAL CHILD HEALTH SCHEME AMONG GENERAL POPULATION IN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS AT NAGPUR DISTRICT

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00033

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00033

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  Title: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING SELECTED NATIONAL CHILD HEALTH SCHEME AMONG GENERAL POPULATION IN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS AT NAGPUR DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Ms. Komal Prajapati, Ms. Gayatri Jagnit, Mr. Amol Dhanjule, Ms. Tejaswini Kamble, Mr. Hanokh Chakranarayan

 Pages: 917-1000

 Year: November 2022

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ABSTRACT A human life is divided into five main stages mainly infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. Among this early childhood is considered as one of the most important and precious time between the attainment of adulthood. The first five years of life are critical for child development and it entails the biological, psychological and emotional changes occur. During the development stage they require adequate nutrients which influencing the growth and immunity. If they are not fulfilled with adequate requirement they suffer from certain deficiency disorders. The ministry of health, government of India, central health council launch programs aimed at controlling or eradicating diseases which cause considerable morbidity and mortality in India. RESULT: The study reveals that knowledge regarding selected national child health scheme among general population in rural and urban areas at Nagpur district, 3% of general population had poor knowledge, 17% of general population had average knowledge, 48% 0f general population had good knowledge, 25% of general population had very good knowledge and 7% of general population had excellent knowledge. Chi square test is used to assess the association between level of knowledge and demographic variable that is age, gender, residence and source of information. Out of these demographic variable, residence is found to be significantly associated with the level of knowledge regarding selected national child health scheme. CONCLUSION: The study shows that the knowledge regarding selected national child health schemes among general population in rural and urban areas at Nagpur district and demographic variables, 3% of general population had poor knowledge, 17% of general population had average knowledge, 48% 0f general population had good knowledge, 25% of general population had very good knowledge and 7% of general population had excellent knowledge.


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  Thesis Title: ASSET LIABILITY MANAGEMENT: A CASE OF TOP 7 PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00032

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00032

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  Title: ASSET LIABILITY MANAGEMENT: A CASE OF TOP 7 PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Mrs. Sindhuja Guduru, Mr. M. Gopi Krishna

 Pages: 889-916

 Year: November 2022

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Asset Liability Management is one of the important process and the significant function through which the banks manage their balance sheet effectively. This helps the banks in mitigating their exposure to liquidity risk, interest rate risk, market risk, etc. and maximize the profitability of the bank. The job of ALM is carried out prudently by the ALCO of banks�. The significance of ALM increased with the deregulation of interest rates, increasing competition in the financial markets and the volatility in interest rates in the market. The present study is to analyse asset liability mismatches, emphasize how the Net Interest Income of top 7 public sector banks is impacted with interest rate changes and how the banks can manage their interest rate risk with the help of Gap Analysis. The study also includes sensitivity analysis for interest rate changes.


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  Thesis Title: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE IMPACT REGARDING COVID 19 PANDEMIC ON MENTAL HEALTH AMONG THE GENERAL POPULATION IN THE SELECTED RURAL AREAS AT NAGPUR DISTRICT

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00031

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00031

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  Title: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE IMPACT REGARDING COVID 19 PANDEMIC ON MENTAL HEALTH AMONG THE GENERAL POPULATION IN THE SELECTED RURAL AREAS AT NAGPUR DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Shraddha zode, Pallavi kullarkar, Sakshi burade, Sakshi Waghmare, Roshani Dhale

 Pages: 829-888

 Year: November 2022

 Downloads: 206

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ABSTRACT In December 2019, a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) emerged, sparking an epidemic of acute respiratory syndrome (COVID-19) in humans, centred in Wuhan, China1. Within three months, the virus had spread to more than 118,000 cases and caused 4,291 deaths in 114 countries, leading the World Health Organization to declare a global pandemic. The pandemic has led to a massive global public health campaign to slow the spread of the virus by increasing hand washing, reducing face touching, wearing masks in public and physical distancing.(10) METHODOLOGY: This study was conducted on 100 general population at selected areas at Nagpur district. In this study, Non probability convenient sampling technique was used. Data regarding selected demographic variables are measured and recorded. RESULT:This study was revealed that out of 100 general population at selected areas at Nagpur district. In this study, Non probability convenient sampling technique was used. Data regarding selected demographic variables are measured and recorded. CONCLUSION:The study was done by using the tool self structured checklist to assess the impact regarding covid-19 pandemic on mental health among the general population.


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  Thesis Title: “BER performance analysis and evaluation based on CFO and different channel capacity”

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00030

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  Title: “BER PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION BASED ON CFO AND DIFFERENT CHANNEL CAPACITY”

  Author Name(s): Sanjay Singh, Ashish Nema, Dr Bhagwat Kakde

 Pages: 804-828

 Year: November 2022

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The performance of AWGN and Rayleigh fading channel with different subcarriers frequencies and channel capacity has been analyzed to show the BER performance indifferent condition. The performance clearly indicates the impact of our proposed system. It shows that the BER ratio may be decreased in case of increasing the channel subcarriers and the transmission strength is good. The performance of the multi-carrier transmission modulation scheme that uses multi-carrier transmission with OFDM have been analyzed with the BER ratio. The results show that that the increasing N can reduce the error and the channel strength is good. The results based on CFO have been considered also. It shows the degradation invoked by noise and non-ideal channel. Its shows the transmitting and receiving frequency mismatch and error chances can be recorded to show the system performance. In our case 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 QAM based single carrier have been considered for CFO and 16, 32, 64 and 128 for BER performance.


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Keywords: BER, CFO, DWT, FFT, ICI, IDWT, IFFT, ISI, OFDM

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  Thesis Title: DISTRIBUTION OF WILD LIFE IN THE THAR DISTRICTS OF RAJASTHAN

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00029

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  Title: DISTRIBUTION OF WILD LIFE IN THE THAR DISTRICTS OF RAJASTHAN

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ajay singh Shekhawat

 Pages: 762-803

 Year: November 2022

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Wildlife has been considered as integral part of physical ecosystem being rich with her natural beauty and inherent some of the most rare species one can even found in the whole world. India in particular endows a rich account of wild life. This great natural resource comprises of about 8125 species of animals, among which 372 species of mammals, 1228 species of birds, 446 reptiles, 204 are amphibians, 2546 are fishes, 5050 are mollusks and 60383 are insects species.


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  Thesis Title: JUVENILE INJUSTICE: NIRBHAYA’S CONTINUING TRAGEDY A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE JUVENILE JUSTICE ACT, 2015

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00028

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  Title: JUVENILE INJUSTICE: NIRBHAYA’S CONTINUING TRAGEDY A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE JUVENILE JUSTICE ACT, 2015

  Author Name(s): Nikhil Borwankar

 Pages: 709-761

 Year: November 2022

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This paper critically analyses the procedural changes introduced by the amendment to the Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2015 (hereinafter, the �Act�), effected in the aftermath of the Nirbhaya case. In particular, it will assess the import and scope of the amended sections 15, 18 through 21, read with other relevant provisions and rules of the Act. There emerge inadvertent legislative omissions in the amended Act that have resulted in a fatal anomaly, whereby the Juvenile Justice Board, which is presided over by a Magistrate First Class, is presently empowered to try a juvenile of- fender above the age of 16 and below 18, for heinous offences punishable by death. Crucially, no guidelines have been defined for the conduct of a �preliminary assessment� into the mental and physical capacity of the accused juvenile to commit the alleged heinous offence, nor any minimum standards or eligibility criterion prescribed for the qualification of the psychological �experts� whom the Magistrate is empowered to consult during the said assessment. Moreover, no such guidelines particular to the Indian context exist, nor have any qualification criterion for such psychological �experts� been prescribed by the various bodies governing psychological and psychiatric care, which are conspicuously silent on this subject. Furthermore, in cases where an offence is alleged under other special legislation such as the POCSO Act, there is a clash of jurisdiction. The exercise of power and jurisdiction u/S.15(2) of the JJ Act by a Presiding officer of the JJB necessarily results in the ouster of the jurisdiction of a designated Special Court of Session under POCSO Act, which is otherwise exclusively empowered to try POCSO offences directly impacting the quantum of sentence. This raises serious questions about arbitrariness, fundamental rights and due process, and grave doubts about the efficacy of the amendment.


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  Thesis Title: A REVIEW ON POTENTIAL INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VECTOR BORN AND ZOONOTIC DISEASES: PREVALENCE AND RECOMMENDED ACTION FOR EARLIER DISEASE DETECTION IN HUMANS AND ANIMAL.

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00027

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00027

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  Title: A REVIEW ON POTENTIAL INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VECTOR BORN AND ZOONOTIC DISEASES: PREVALENCE AND RECOMMENDED ACTION FOR EARLIER DISEASE DETECTION IN HUMANS AND ANIMAL.

  Author Name(s): Mrunalini Sonne

 Pages: 684-708

 Year: October 2022

 Downloads: 257

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Climate change is causing a slew of challenges for the world .COVID-19, a newly developing zoonotic illness with likely bat origins that has infected millions of people and had severe global repercussions, was highlighted. For successful prevention and control of probable zoonosis, it is highly advised that One Health procedures be used. With a focus on the potential influence of climate change on natural animal and human systems, greater predictions and mitigations for how such consequences would vector born and zoonotic illnesses in humans and animals will be possible. Climate change has a number of negative consequences for agriculture, water resources, forests and biodiversity, health, coastal management, and temperature rise. Many helminthic, bacterial, viral, and protozoan parasitic diseases, as well as insect and ectoparasitic vectors that impact both animals and people, are affected by climate and weather.


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  Thesis Title: CHRONIC NECK PAIN AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00026

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00026

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  Title: CHRONIC NECK PAIN AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

  Author Name(s): Dr. JAYNESH VANDRA, FORAM SOLANKI, Dr. ARVINDKUMAR CHAUHAN

 Pages: 648-683

 Year: October 2022

 Downloads: 244

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Chronic neck pain is most common problem in people nowadays. Chronic neck pain can have causes such as working for hours over computer and mobile phones which eventually causes muscle strains.


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  Thesis Title: WATER QUALITY STUDIES IN URBAN LAKES

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00025

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  Title: WATER QUALITY STUDIES IN URBAN LAKES

  Author Name(s): Ravi Jadi, Mahantesh Kodli, Dr. S. Rama Subramoniam, Mr. Ramchandra Hebbar

 Pages: 610-647

 Year: September 2022

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Water is the second most significant requirement for life to exist after air. Accordingly, water quality has been depicted broadly in the logical writing. The most well-known meaning of water quality is "it is the physical, chemical, and biological parameter of water". This work undertaken as a water quality studies in urban lakes project to investigate the use of remote sensing in water quality studies. The lakes of study were chosen based on analyzing weightage ranking method. Among them polluted lakes were considered for the study. The main objective of the study is to Estimation of water quality parameters using satellite image and lab analysis. The water quality parameters are Turbidity (TU), Total suspended solids (TSS), pH, and Dissolved oxygen (DO). These parameters can indicate water quality of lakes and shows the distribution of pollutants. The project period at RRSC-South was from May � September 2022. The first part of this study involve the Prioritization of Bengaluru urban lakes for study of water quality, The selection of lakes was done by applying weightage ranking method. Also water samples were collected during field visit, lab analysis also done for collected samples with standard method. Then in second part of the study is selection of best band indexing from sentinel 2A MSI satellite image. In this part different band indexing were applied with lab analysis of each quality parameters to get best fit linear regression model, after getting suitable regression model water quality parameter estimated. Then RMSE, BIAS, MAPD are calculated and mapping done for each estimated Water quality parameters. So in this study by using Sentinel 2A MSI satellite image, Turbidity and Total suspended solid gives less than 60% accuracy, for pH and Dissolved oxygen gives more than 80% accuracy. As per this study sentinel 2A MSI satellite image is the suitable for the estimation of pH and Dissolved oxygen.


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Keywords: Water Quality, Band Index, Statistical Models, Regression Analysis, Reflectance, Sentinel-2 MSI.

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  Thesis Title: LULC CLASSIFICATION BY SENTINEL-2B DATA USING MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES IN VIRAJPET TALUK

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00024

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  Title: LULC CLASSIFICATION BY SENTINEL-2B DATA USING MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES IN VIRAJPET TALUK

  Author Name(s): Ravi Jadi, Souparnika H Koppal, Smt. Shivam Trivedi, Mr. Ramchandra Hebbar

 Pages: 576-609

 Year: September 2022

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Vegetation extraction from remote sensing imagery is the process of extracting vegetation information by interpreting satellite images based on the interpretation elements such as the image colour, texture, tone, pattern and association information. The vegetation maps are critical for understanding biodiversity management and planning from local to global scales. There are two essential elements of vegetation maps that are based on classification of vegetation and spatial attribution of that classification. The difference between these vegetation cover can be done with using remote sensing and GIS. Remote sensing classification is an essential technique for mapping forest vegetation attributes like floristic composition, biomass, tree density etc. that addresses the considerable logistical challenge of measuring, mapping and monitoring across very large areas in an accurate, repeatable and cost-effective way. The most basic method is identifying plant communities or species is to create a vegetation map. Machine learning (ML) is a subdivision of artificial intelligence in which the machine learns from machine-readable data and information. It uses data, learns the pattern and predicts the new outcomes. Its popularity is growing because it helps to understand the trend and provides a solution that can be either a model or a product. This study is carried out to perform various machine learning algorithms for vegetation classification using remote sensing and ancillary spatial data across a heterogenous forest ecosystem in Virajpet Taluk, Kodagu district. The recently developed sentinel-2 satellite imagery holds great potential for improving the vegetation type classification at medium to large scales due to the concurrent availability of multispectral bands with high spatial resolution and quick revisit time. A study is classifying using Supervised classification, a type of machine learning technique. To perform the supervised classification, training samples have been generated using ARCGIS to run the spatial model in ERDAS software. The machine learning algorithm such as support vector machine (SVM), Random Forest (RF), k-Nearest Neighbour (k-NN), Navies Bayes and CART were used to classify. In terms of classification accuracy, a combination of these parameters was tested: The number of trees (NT), the variables per split (VPS) and the Bag Fraction (BF). Thus, this studies key contribution is classification of vegetation types and how the ML techniques are an efficient approach to map different land use and land cover classes, including different vegetation types and demonstrated that some algorithms perform this task with higher accuracy than the others. In our investigation, the RF algorithm chieved satisfactory results when compared with others and characterized with more accurate rate and less error rate.


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  Thesis Title: PROGRAM MANAGEMENT IN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

  Publisher Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00023

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  Published Thesis ID: - IJRARTH00023

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  Title: PROGRAM MANAGEMENT IN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

  Author Name(s): D.Suresh, A.Sivakumar, R.Arivazhagan, V.Ramakrishnan, R.Alexander

 Pages: 516-575

 Year: September 2022

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This paper describes Program Management activities in an aerospace industry is consolidated in the form of a document which happened during operational phase of a project. Proposal for workflow of Program management is also represented in this paper.


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  Thesis Title: IS INDIA A DEMOCRACY ? A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF INDIA’S FIRST PAST THE POST SYSTEM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRARTH00022

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  Title: IS INDIA A DEMOCRACY ? A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF INDIA’S FIRST PAST THE POST SYSTEM

  Author Name(s): Nikhil Borwankar

 Pages: 468-515

 Year: July 2022

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The widespread, colloquial understanding of the term �democracy� is �rule by majority�. So when was the last time any ruling party in India won a national �majority�? Never. Rule 64 of the Conduct of Election Rules, 1961, mandates that the winner of an election to a Parliamentary Constituency in the Lok Sabha shall be �the candidate with the most votes�. That is, a candidate with the �plurality� of votes is elected, which is distinct from a �major- ity� (50%+). This system of voting is colloquially referred to as �First Past the Post� (FPP). However, a significant number of candidates/parties fail to secure a true majority (50%+1) of votes even at the constituency level. Thus, a �majority� in Parliament is actually merely the aggregation of this constituency-level �plurality�. It does not constitute a majority of the overall votes polled at either the constituency level or the national level. On average, 51% of all constituencies in all general elections since 1962 returned candidates who did not secure a majority (50%+) of the votes in their own constituencies. Thus, constituencies have rou- tinely come to be represented by MP�s who were, themselves, not chosen by the majority. Or worse, rejected by the majority. Apart from the fact that FPP yields disproportionate results, the system also- - favours established political parties, - engenders corrupt practices - encourages �strategic voting� - incentivises divisive identity politics; - is incurably biased, - is prone to results that are unjustifiably incommensurate with the vote distribution - frequently �wastes� two thirds of the total vote. FPP infringes the fundamental right of freedom of expression through the ballot, impedes the constitutional right to effective representation and violates the cardinal principle of democ- racy, �rule by majority�. In so doing, FPP (Rule 64) is ultra vires Art.13, 14, 19(1)(a) and 21 of the Constitution of India.


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