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In India a system of ritualised prostitution, known as Devadasi System, exists. In this system a girl, usually before reaching the age of puberty, is dedicated or married to a temple, continues in several southern states including Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala and some parts of Maharastra and Orissa. Literally meaning „female servant of god, “Devadasi” is usually belong to the Dalit community. The word “Devadasi” originates from two Sanskrit words Deva ‟ which means...
Topics: Dalit Women, Devadasi, Hinduism, Indian Social System, History
Study of physico-chemical properties of water is important and very necessary to know its quality. Present study has been carried out to assess the water quality of a freshwater body of studying its physico-chemical characteristics. The analysis of physico-chemical parameters of water is the essential for utilization of water for different purposes. The quality of water usually described according to its physical, chemical and biological characteristics. The study was carried out for the period...
Topic: Physico-Chemical
The supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Syed Ali Khamenei, stated during a meeting with the Assembly of Experts that the present world is entering a “New World Order”, so the Islamic Republic of Iran should be aware of the changes and it should play a role in the new world order. He said the global order is in the process of change, so Iran has a more important duty in shaping and will have a strong role in creating the new world order. This new world order would replace American influence as...
Topics: The Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, New World Order, USA, Iraq and Afghanistan Crisis.
In this paper, we discuss e-waste, the trade of e-waste, the advantages and disadvantages of the e-waste trade. We also discuss the laws and regulations related to the e-waste trade at the national level in India. We find that the stockpile of ewaste has been increasing over the period both due to domestic production and the import of the e-waste. E-waste and its trade have both positive and negative effects on human health and the environment, however, the disadvantages are far more and...
Topics: E-Waste, Trade, Environment, India
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Andrew Marvell is one of the most distinguished representatives of the Metaphysical School. In his poem To His Coy Mistress, Marvell employs the literature skill of Defamiliarization to impress the readers, giving them a new reading experience. In terms of structure, he creates a structure that the time and space are inconsecutive to prolong the reading process of the readers.
Topics: Drama in Education, Drama Techniques, Language Learning, Perception
The Mappila community of Malabar originated primarily as a result of the west Asian trade contact with the Malabar Coast. The Zamorin of Calicut gave special concession to the Arab Traders. They give freedom to covert people to Islam and were also given the monopoly of import and export trade. The Arabs converted their trading centers to religious centers. Madrasa were developed with the purpose of religious learning. Madrasa is an Arabic word meaning religious
Topics: Calipha, jati, Usthad, Quazi
Manual metal arc welding is a common type welding which is used everywhere in fabrication industries. The flux uses for electrode has a vital role in its tensile strength characteristics besides its main function.
Topics: Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW), Basicity Index (BI), Tensile Strength
The district Goalpara is one of the educationally backward districts of Assam. In the District 57.52% population do belong to religious minority (Muslim). The rural literacy rate in the district is just 65.93% and the Muslim female literacy is only 52.39%. Most important aspect is that the Lakhipur Educational Block of the district Goalpara has the lowest female literacy which is 21.61 percent. It is worst among the educationally backward areas of the state, so far as universalization
Topics: Dropout, Education, Muslim Girl, Lower Primary School, and Universalization
The purpose of the study was to determine the impact of retail store personnel on the shopping behaviour of the customers in organized retail stores. A survey (store intercept) method was employed to elicit primary information from 450 shoppers in Big Bazaar and Spencer, for the survey conducted in Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and Hyderabad cities of Andhra Pradesh state of India. A questionnaire based on a five-item Likert scale, as well as convenience sampling, was employed for data collection....
Topics: Retailing, Store Personnel, Customers, Shopping Behavior, Shopping Experience, etc.
The present global crisis is not a financial one, but a decision-making catastrophe. Values govern decision-making, and the inquiry is about the values of the present "leaders." The purpose of this research is to investigate the traits and characteristics of leadership that need to be addressed. One of these facets is successful leadership, which does not suffer from technical limitations, but rather from a focus on categorical ideals. Another component is leadership, which is often...
Topics: COVID 19, Leadership, Human Resources, Conflict Management & Organizational Behavior.
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Muna Madan exploits humor, an elemental device in Laxmi Prasad Devkota’snarrative, in a series of instances, ranging from Madan’s departure to his return journey after his business trip to Lhasa. In this article, there is a short description of black bile (melancholy), as one of the four types of 'humors',present in the great epic poem 'Muna Madan' by the great poet Devkota. This sense of 'humor' is realized throughout the poem. For the research study, secondary resources were consulted....
Topics: Humor, Melanchely, Epic, Ballad, Folklore, Tragedy
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Marma (Jivasthal) science is one element of Ayurveda gifted by Acharyas. It is not much developed in modern science. Marma is a vital point on the body surface, having importance regarding traumatic effect. Marma is a vital to point where the injury occurs can lead to disability or even termination of life. Every aspect of Marma like definition, signs symptoms of Marma injury was thoroughly explained by Acharya Sushrut and also by various scholars. Not only the Marma but also the Marma Viddha...
Topics: Marma, Prana, Artery, Vein, Sthapani, Brows, and Sinuses
Accompaniment can be defined as a melodic or rhythmic support to a lead musician which enhances the concert experience to the listener. The accompanists’ role in concerts is more challenging than the main artist. A good accompaniment can enhance the whole concert experience to the music connoisseurs. Training for concerts in order to accompany can only be achieved through years of intense sadhana and by stage experience. Many a time learning happens on the stage. Concert pattern in Karnatic...
Topics: Art of Accompaniment, Karnatik Music Bani, Guru Shishya Parampara, Concert Paradigm, Sampradaya...
Woman is exploited in patriarchal system.The patriarchal system allows man to have physical relationship outside marriage. It is normal in the view of society. But, even if a woman is suspected of having relation outside marriage, the men view it as if the calamity has fallen on their family. This is injustice to women.
Topics: Patriarchal System, Social State of Woman, Superstitions
Social media is an online platform that facilitates the sharing of information and thoughts through the building of virtual communities. It is expressed as the present world is the world of Social Media. Numerous social media tools like Whats App, YouTube, Face book, Linked In Twitter, etc., are becoming greater ways of sharing information about agricultural produce and agricultural marketing. The use of social media in agricultural marketing is increasing rapidly at the present time. Various...
Topics: Social Media, Information and Communication Technology (ITC), Agricultural, Farmers
Investigating a new generation of structural health monitoring (SHM) system of glass fiber in which a piezo material is embedded into it. It is excited by placing the piezo material at different points inside the glass fiber composite and investigated. Further various applications in the aerospace industry and as a source of electricity are investigated.
Topic: Structural Health Monitoring
Ayurveda one of the world’s oldest medicine system has described various aspects & numerous benefits of breastfeeding. Modern science as well through various researches has proven importance & benefits of breastfeeding. Breast milk is the best gift a mother can give to her child as it plays as a primary source of nutrition and hydration.
Topics: Breastfeeding, Breastmilk, Colostrum, Stanapaan, Stanya
Covid-19, apart from being a threat to human life has also proved to be detrimental for global economy. It has slowed down the pace of economic growth and has forced us to change the way we do business. Like many other goods and services, demand for electricity and supply thereof have also been severely affected by this pandemic. This has changed the power mix too, in an environment friendly way. The road ahead seemed difficult considering the damage done by this pandemic but Indian economy is...
Topics: Covid-19, Lockdown, V Shaped Recovery, Renewable Sources
Today, the urge for economic development has become essential both in developed and developing economies. Developed economies undertake developmental programmes to maintain their rate of economic growth so as to enjoy still higher standards of living and avoid risk of cyclical fluctuations while developing economies emphasize on economic development not only for solving their basic problems of poverty, unemployment, ignorance, backwardness,
Topics: Economic Growth, Environmental Degradation, Natural Resources, Economic Activities, Urbanization,...
This study aimed to investigate the difficulties faced by EFL Libyan students in academic writing and the reasons that led to these academic writing difficulties. The study was conducted on English language students as their major specialization in the fourth year at faculty of Arts, Elmergib University. The data was collected via a questionnaire survey and face-toface interviews. The results revealed that the students faced various writing difficulties: vocabulary (2.83); grammar (1.79);...
Topics: Academic Writing, Difficulties, Reasons, EFL Libyan Students
In India, straw is a very common building material. It is still in use in traditional buildings mostly found in rural part of India. Structural straw bale buildings are yet to gain any visibility in India. Straw-bale building is a method of construction that uses bales of straw as structural elements. Straw bales are environment friendly and low cost due to the availability in abundance as agricultural residues. In rural areas, availability of building materials is always an issue. Under the...
Topics: Strawbale Buildings, PSBC, Energy Efficiency, Low-Energy Building, Cost Analysis
Sustainable development is the need of the hour and financial inclusion is a necessary step in achieving the SDGs, especially for emerging economies. Financial inclusion is not listed as one among the 17 SDGs, but it plays an active role as a mediator in achieving SDG1, SDG2, SDG3, SDG5, SDG8, SDG9 and SDG10. Digital inclusion will undoubtedly be the future of financial inclusion policies, especially during the times of crisis.
Topics: Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development Goals, Financial Inclusion, Developing Economies
The present research study focuses on the “Determinants of Social Sector Expenditure in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala” social sector expenditure is an important instrument for realizing the objectives of government policy. The government formulates programmes and schemes, and undertakes various social and economic
Topics: Social Sector Expenditure, Socio Economic Development, Dropout rate, gender equality, Female...
This paper sought to discuss the power of the economically dominant societies, who create and impose public opinion (dominant ideology), and who are also in control of information dissemination on a global level on the rest of the world. Using Icke’s (2007) Problem-Reaction-Solution thesis as an analytical method, the classic way in which the ruling few (also known as the one percent) exercise control over the world systems with the use of public opinion formation was deduced.
Topics: Problem-Reaction-Solution, Covid-19, Ruling Minority, Employment Relations, Power Relations,...
Now a day’s many people are seeing the importance of a college education and its role in providing better job opportunities and a comfortable lifestyle. Higher education provides a gateway to a number of opportunities in the future. It is like a door opening to miscellaneous pathways, and one can always raise his or her living standards by studying higher and higher in life. Higher education equips a man with the specialized skills required to earn higher efficiency
Topic: Higher Education
This research was conducted as an effort to develop studies related to level of politeness in the context of Indonesian. The main objective to be sought in this study is to see the use of politeness used by students at medical s College of Health Sciences in South Tangerang who come from several different cultures so that the manifestation of politeness in Indonesian can be seen clearly by the perspective of Sociopragmatics. This study uses a quantitative, qualitative approach with 60 students...
Topics: Gender, Ethnics, Level of Politeness, Sociopragmatics
This article discusses some introductory ideas associated with complex number More complex the society, the more complex is the need of the mathematical needs. Here we look at the nth roots and solution of the equations = 1. Since last four centuries, the complex systems are being studied with increasing intensity as it is widely accepted as mathematical truth, for representation’s sake or by choice.
Topics: Complex Numbers, Analytical Functions, Series, Sequence, Convergence, Residues
There is no doubt that the World War One had a huge influence on the human psyche. Being involved directly in the horrors and pains caused by The Great War and observed and absorbed the violence of the frontlines and the human cost of war , both Wilfred Edward Salter Owen (1893-1918) and Siegfried Loraine Sassoon (1886-1967) were able to report repetitively the fears and agonies of The First World War. Living in the trenches with other fellows and f acing a huge pressure of witnessing the human...
Topics: Homoeroticism, Masochism, Owen, Poetry, Sadism, Sassoon, “Strange Meeting”, World War One
Education sector is the prime sector which is providing the future employees to the society from its educational centres. Unfortunately, the educational institutions are suffering a lot with prevailing Covid-19 all over the world. Most of the time we are in confusion regarding ways to protect the educational institutions from long Lock Downs.
Topics: Education, School, Suffering, Employee, Lock Down, Salaries
Tragedy is an eternally powerful dramatic representation in literature that, across generations, has stood the test of time and gripped audiences with its strong and realistic protagonists whose tragic flaw may be their downfall. However, the question must be asked: how realistic is this tragic flaw put forth? Does the male tragic protagonist’s tragic flaw lie solely within him and not the circumstances around him? And what about the existence of female tragic protagonists? To answer these...
Topics: Female, Male, Tragic Flaw, Tragic Protagonist
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Mappilas, the Muslim community of the south-west coast of India have a unique place in the socio-cultural and hi storical arena of Kerala. The literary contributions of the Mappilas are often called as Mappilapattu or mappila songs. Map pilapattu, have been classified into different variants in accordance with different themes. In the beginning, Mappilapattuw ere written in long papers having a low width, such papers are known as ‘safeena’ in Arabic. These songs usually called as...
Topics: Anti-Colonial Struggle, Amalgamation. Cultural Synthesis, Psychological Weapon
Nanoparticles of calcium fluoride (CaF2) doped with Erbium doped are prepared using co-precipitation technique. Preliminary characterization of the samples is carried out using PXRD, SEM and FTIR. The nanoparticles are irradiated with g-rays. Optical studies on the irradiated samples are made through absorption and luminescence measurements.
Topics: Nanocrystals, Optical Absorption, Photoluminescence, Lattice Defects, Color Centers
45 Igbo proverbs, selected through criteria sampling from experiential knowledge, oral interviews and print, were subjected to analysis with the objectives to identify ableist language use in them as well as critically analyse the attitude of the Igbo towards people with disabilities reflected in them. Thematic and sociological approaches were used. 13 categories of Igbo disability proverbs emerged - categories A-M, which covered 13 themes of disability including blindness, deafness, leprosy,...
Topics: Ableist Language Use, Igbo Oral Literature
This essay aims at unearthing the myriad connotations of women’s silence in selected short stories of Shashi Deshpande. Despite her refusal to identify herself as a feminist, Deshpande seeks to unravel the ways and the strategies that women often resort to in order to break free of the silence that patriarchy enjoins upon them.
Topics: Silence, Speech, Patriarchy, Women
Taxation in India is well structured. No taxes can be collected except by the authority of law. Hence, each and every tax collected is backed by an accompanying law. Tax rates may vary by type and characteristics of the taxpayer and the type of income. To avail the benefits like exemptions, deductions, concessions and rebates under the act, one has to have good knowledge and awareness in both the Income Tax act and the annual finance budget of union ministry. This study, based on the primary...
Topics: Income Tax, Exemptions, Awareness, Deductions, etc
Women empowerment is a debatable subject. In the days gone by, they were getting equal status with men. But they had faced some difficulties during the post-Vedic and epic ages. Many a time, we treat as slaves and second-class citizens. From early twenty century (national movement) their statuses have been changed slowly and gradually. In this regard, we mentioned the name of the British people. After the independence of India, the constitutional makers and national leaders
Topics: Women Empowerment, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, India, South India, Impacts, Challenges
An attraction effect allowed a particular product or brand to be more interesting than before. It might happen when another inferior product or brand came around. A lot of researches concerning the attraction effect had been done. Similarly, the influence of the effect to consumer’s decision making became popular topic for some researches. However, the role of gender in decision making when the effect worked was still unclear.
Topics: Attraction Effect, Attitude, Subjective Norm, Perceived Behavioural Control, Behavioural Intention
This article describes how to create a health insurance system in foreign countries, as well as the work that is being carried out in our country for its application.
Topics: Insurance, Medical Insurance, Voluntary Medical Insurance, Compulsory Medical Insurance, Insurance...
The study examined the impact of forest fires on property values, the built environment and the natural environment. An extensive literature review was undertaken to unravel the impact of forest fires on the environment. The study found that forest fires decreased property values in areas the forest fires occurred and nearby areas.
Topics: Property, Values, Built, Natural, Environment
There are over dozens of globally acclaimed personalities who have devoted their lives in search of peace, knowledge, happiness, love, god and the purpose and meaning of life. They have been called as philosophers and saints. Their philosophies and searches, knowledge, life experiences and speeches have transformed people’s way of thinking and life. They have given different dimensions to the values and thoughts that people hold that have led to a better life and too much extent, the world....
Topics: Prem Rawat, Inspirational Communication, Stress Management, Youngster
The present Research paper examine that Survey on Use and Library Study pattern of Electronic Resources among Under Graduate students, these are the some objectives of the present study, To know the Number of questionnaires distributed and received back, To find out course wise response received, To verify Age wise response received, To know Frequency of visit to the college library, To know purpose of using E-resources in library, To find out Time spent in using E-resources in library, To...
Topics: Research, Examine, Library Study, Pattern, Electronic Resources, Students, Objectives,...
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by Kapil Dev Sharma & Sarita Singh Bhadoriya
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Active wireless communication between high speed vehicles, nowadays, is actually a very challenging problem and using advanced mathematics & signal processing methods, we can significantly increase the reliability of those systems. The technology has been developed now globally and is termed as Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC). For DSRC, IEEE has made a new protocol IEEE802.11p with some amendments in the previous IEEE802.11a.    In this paper we are using 802.11p for vehicular...
Topics: DSRC, 802.11p, 802.11, Packet Delivery Ratio, Delay, AODV, DSR, VANET, NS2
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The vast majority of Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) researches is mostly focused on security and ATM modeling, but no study has considered extracting financial information from the electronic journal (EJs). ATM Customer transactions are recorded in a semi-structured text file called EJ. This makes it difficult to run a direct search query on such format to resolve transaction disputes in banks. This research focuses on how to extract financial information from ATM EJs. An EJ Parser algorithm...
Topics: Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), ATM State chart, EJ Parser, ATM Electronic Journal, EJs, EJ, NDC,...
MiCBT is a systemic treatment method that will combine mindfulness meditation and related Buddhist concepts (ethical activity and empathy) along with key aspects of intellectual and behavioural approaches dependent on the co-emergence type of encouragement. The objective of this integrating is to train affected individuals to internalize interest to control focus and feelings and externalize these types of abilities to the situations in which their own disability is activated or managed. MiCBT...
Topics: Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT), Thought, Feeling, Emotion, CBT and...
Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) is the universal cardiac surgery performed today worldwide. While traced back for more than 100 years of this Procedure, the development has been touched in several pioneers in the field of cardiac surgery, who have contributed with both their successes and failures. This article reviews the modern CABG technological advances and benefits. 25% of people’s death due to heart attack less than 40 years. In India 30/900 deaths due to heart disease. The main...
Topics: Coronary Bypass Surgery (CABG), Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (MICS), Endoscopic Vein...
Diasporic writing has obtained worldwide fascination. Many elements, viz., low monetary status, physical, mental, ethnic, social and family quarrels add to the scattering of individuals. Bharti Kirchner, an eminent Indo-American author tests diasporic awareness through her talk in her third original Darjeeling. Talk assumes a critical part in elucidating the idea of disengagement through her convoluted characters. According to Michael Foucault, … talk is simply the essential
Topics: Social Identity, Diaspora, Society, Unpleasant
History as we know has been through a lot, it has been modified changed and reshaped to fit the personal versions of perfections that suit the best interests of people of each era. It’s a long pain striking process to dissect the already brutally mutilated versions of history to find an ounce of reality in each of the accounts. This paper is the first of a series of ten short research papers which would in a very brief manner deal with all the neglected grey areas of Indian history.
Topics: Instinctive, Inquires, Indian, History, Rewrite, Protagonist, Antiquity, Chronicles, Disoriented,...
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In the post-modern age in which we are living, there is a need for self -awareness as well as self -introspection. The awareness must be reached at understanding the importance and existence of human being more than anything else. The issues of gender, class, creed and socio-cultural-religious divisions are condemned, challenged and questioned by the socio-culturally well aware writers like Githa Hariharan. The efforts for creating a space for expression of thought is considered to be the prime...
Topics: Post-Modern Age, Self Awareness, Introspection, Gender, Class, Creed, Socio-Cultural-Religious,...
What we do not see does not mean it does not exist.... ’ (Graber) Root resorption is defined as the loss of root structure that involves mineralized and non-mineralized cementum and dentine. It can be part of a physiological process during the exfoliation of the deciduous teeth or it can imply a pathology. Pathological root resorption can be either internal or external depending on the part of the root that is affected (Bishara, 2001).
Topics: Root Resorption, Orthodontic Treatment
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High peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) problem encountered in the transmission of modern communication signals such as orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is solved by Crest factor reduction (CFR) techniques. They reduce the magnitude of the less frequent peaks occurring in the signal and achieve lower PAPR, Peak Cancellation Crest Factor reduction (PC-CFR) is a relevant CFR technique that is capable of large PAPR reductions while EVM and spectral mask constraints are met. In...
Topics: PAPR, OFDM, CFR
The rural communities in Nigeria are bedeviled with an avalanche of challenges including infrastructural deficit ranging from poor road network, lack of potable drinking water, poor sanitary conditions, poverty and diseases. All these have attracted the attention of global agencies such as World Health Organizations (WHO), United Nation Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF), National Centre for Diseases Control (NCDC) to initiate policies and programmes aimed at ameliorating the deplorable...
Topics: Mobilization, Sustainable Development, Rural Communities
In this essay, Sri Aurobindo’s criticism of Shakespeare has been considered, using mainly his The Future Poetry as the primary source. The present essay endeavours to foreground the effort on the part of Sri Aurobindo, patriot turned prophet, to ‘Indianise’ Shakespeare in a special way. By delving into the psychology of burgeoning nationalism and spiritual revivalism in general and Sri Aurobindo’s conversion to mysticism and his philosophy of integral yoga and life divine in particular...
Topics: Nationalism, Indian Renaissance, Transcendentalism, Reformer, Culture
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ABSTRACT Apart from the theme of oppressive nature of Indian joint family system and its morbid shadow on the individual's social and psychological, behaviour, Mahesh Dattani treads another area—human sexuality—both in its natural and so-called unnatural facets, in his play Seven Steps around the Fire. Eunuchs in India generally belong to the hijra community. Hijras are found all over India leading a pathetic life devoid of any social recognition. They are objects of mistrust, ridicule and...
Topics: KEYWORDS: Eunuchs, Hijras, Unnatural, Marginal, Ridicule, Contempt
Retention of key employees is critical to the long-term health and success of any organization and has emerged to be big challenge to human resource practitioners. The present study has tried to examine the employee turnover intentions in the organization and the role of important organization management factors in employee retention have also been assessed. The study has also investigated the relationship between the antecedents of employee retention and turnover intentions of employees. It...
Topics: Employee Retention, Employee Turnover Intention, Organization Culture, Job Satisfaction, Leadership
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Computer-aided detection/diagnosis (CAD) systems can enhance the diagnostic capabilities of physicians and reduce the time required for accurate diagnosis. The objective of this paper is to review the recent published segmentation and classification techniques and their state-of-the-art for the human brain magnetic resonance images (MRI). The review reveals the CAD systems of human brain MRI images are still an open problem. In the light of this review we proposed a hybrid intelligent machine...
Topics: Neural Networks, MRI Images, HDT Thresholding, Discrete Wavelet Transform, Principal Component...
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A strong banking sector is important for developing economy. The cooperative immerse nearly all cent percent villages in India. The cooperative form of organization is the ultimate Organization for economically weaker sections in the country. The disaster of the Co-operative banking sector may have an adverse impact on other sectors. The management of NPA's in co-operative banks is a really tough challenge and UN manageable task. The Study of the cooperative structure in India has proved that...
Topics: Cooperative Bank, Non Performing Assets, Performing Asset, Co-Operative Bank
Many studies have confirmed the organizational commitment is an important factor deciding the success or failure of the organization. However, how to commit employees with the organization is still a challenge for many organizations. This study was conducted to determine the factors that affect employees’ organizational commitment in Ethiopian public sector. The survey study was conducted on 272 sampled respondents from randomly selected 14 federal ministries. From the total of 272...
Topics: Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Perceived Organizational Support
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Abortion is defined as the termination of pregnancy of women. There can be many reasons for termination of pregnancy but when pregnancy is terminated without giving any proper reason, and then it is known as illegal termination of pregnancy. When the course of action of abortion starts without any intrusion, then the term known as spontaneous abortion and also known as miscarriage.
Topics: Abortion, Bless or Sin, MTP Act
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Topics: Lakshmi, Durga and Saraswati and Put on the Pedestals of Glory, and so went the saying 'Yatra...
Dyscalculia refers to Inability of a child to acquire arithmetical skills. This is a less known disability as most parents and teachers remain unaware of this problem and they overlook it. Often parents and teachers blame each other for the problem. Parents accuse the teachers of wrong teaching practices and teachers accuse parents of not taking interest in the child. The earlier this disability is detected, the better chance a child will have of succeeding in school & in life. Since very...
Topics: Dyscalculia, Identification and Elementary School Students
ABSTRACT A composite material is a macroscopic combination of two or more distinct materials, having a recognizable interface between them. Composites are used not only for their structural properties, but also for electrical, mechanical, and environmental applications. Present review deals with the recent development of lingo-cellulosic/lingo-cellulosic and lingo-cellulosic/synthetic fibers based reinforced hybrid composites. Fibers are taken from leaves of Pineapple leaf by retting process....
Topics: Rahul P John, Neena Dasappan, Akash J K, Abin Baby & Abhi Anand S NAAS Rating:
The intension of the project is to develop fully green biodegradable complex laminates using natural fibers from Tamarind, A leguminous tree which belongs to the FABACEAE / FABACEAE INDIGENOUS family.
Topics: The intension of the project is to develop fully green biodegradable complex laminates using...
 The issue of income distribution holds great significance. The size of the economic pie and its distribution are two intertwined issues. Growth, in itself, is not a sufficient objective for any economy. High growth with an inequitable distribution, where one social class prospers at the expense of another cannot usher in development. Profits spiraling at the expense of wages have become a global trend. The state of affairs in India is not very different from global trends. Data confirms...
Topics: Manufacturing Sector, Divergence, Profit-Spiral
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in Americanah maps the cultural tensions that immigrants often face. The paper focuses on the concept of self and the other in a multicultural space and how minorities manoeuvre their existence in a hostile environment. Adichie portrays the reality of the diasporic experience which is often disappointing.
Topics: Adichie, Identity, Displacement, Immigration, Multiculturalism, Otherness, Marginalisation,...
As an integral part of the building, the building shell is always considered as a level of response to the climate that has the greatest impact on individuals in terms of performance and climate comfort. In the design of the building, unfortunately, little attention is paid to the functional aspects in terms of mobility and geometry, and more emphasis is placed on the aesthetic aspect.
Topics: Energy Consumption Optimization, Shell Climate Design, Functional Methods, Kinetic Facade
In this paper, the existence and uniqueness solution of nonlinear integral equations in two-dimensional problems is considered in the space 2 L (D)C (0,T ), where D is the domain of integration with respect to position, while t 0,T  , T 1 is the time. The equation takes a form of Fredholm- Volterra integral equation in nonlinear type (NFVIE). Here, we represent the unknown function in the form of Chebeyshev and Legendre polynomials and then, using Collocation and Galerkin...
Topic: Two-Dimensional Problems- Nonlinear Fredholm –Volterra Integral Equation- Collocation And...
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A barrier that limits the performance of anion exchange membrane (AEM) direct chloro ethanol fuel cells (DCLEFCS) is that state of the art AEMs do not allow the fuel cell to operate at high temperature ( < 60 0 C). Here we describe an alkaline DCLEFC that employs a cation exchange membrane (CEM) and show that this type of CEM-DCLEFC can stably discharge with a high power density at an operating temperature as high as 90 0 C.
Topics: DCLEFC, AEM, CEM, EOR, Membrane
The aim of present investigation is to analysis the internal motivation (in reference to emotional maturity) of adolescent boys and girls across three socio-economic groups ((upper, middle and lower socio-economic group). Selected sample was consisted of 450 adolescents (225 boys and 225 girls) between the age group of 13 to 18 years belonging to three socioeconomic groups (upper, middle and lower socio-economic group) from Prayagraj city of Uttar Pradesh. Stratified random sampling technique...
Topics: Adolescents, Internal Motivation, Emotional Maturity, Socio-Economic Group
ABSTRACT The effects of treating seeds and germinating root tips of Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp with Phostoxin fumigant, on its mitotic chromosomes were investigated. Healthy grains of Vigna unguiculata were presoaked overnight in a solution made by dissolving one pellet of the fumigant (4gm) in 100mls of tap water. The same solution was used to moisten cotton wool on which the seeds were germinated in a petri dish. A control experiment was set up using ordinary tap water. Germinating root tips...
Topics: KEYWORDS: Phostoxin, Vigna, Mitosis, Clumping, Colchicine, Phosphine.
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Research methods are in general categorized as quantitative, qualitative and mixed (hybrid). Experts often take different standpoints about case studies; some attribute qualitative nature to them while others consider them quantitative. But case studies do not fall into any of these. The uniqueness of case study method and its different forms are briefly presented in this article with a critical approach to the different views found in the scientific literature. The value of case study method...
Topics: Case Studies, Embedded Case Studies, Research Methods, Data Collection
In nature, various types of plant are available. These nuts are important for living things. The nuts containing organic and inorganic matter are present organic matter contains lipid, carbohydrates, vitamin C, protein, fats etc. Similar to plant foods, nuts provide a range of nutrients, including large quantities of healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and moderate amounts of protein. The inorganic matter contains inorganic elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium, etc. These...
Topics: Nuts Nutritional Quality, Organic & Inorganic Matter in Nuts, Biochemical and Biophysical,...
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The developmental strategy for the tribals and the Nation has to be associated, to focus on aim oriented administration. One of the major goals of social marshalling therefore is the integration of tribal societies with the national policy.
Topics: Tribal, Development, Tribal Sub-Plan, Scheme
The character of the environment, the growth of local economy and the status of society and culture. The three dimensions are taken into account the impact of ecotourism. Several tourist spots in our country still needed to be designed with several parameters of ecotourism for making then better to the modern world. The present study focus to examine the positive and negative aspects of Environmental, Economic and Socio-Cultural impact of ecotourism.  The environment of any place has a vital...
Topics: Ecotourism, Stakeholders, Ecotourism Impacts, Ponmudi and Likert Scale
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This article inquiry into Judith Thompson’s play The Crackwalker to bring to light the idea that normalcy or disability is socially constructed. These concepts are not innate but a product of socio-cultural construction.
Topics: Disability, Normalcy, Construct, Power, Social Institutions, Challenge, Deconstruct
This present study is done is to analyze the factors affecting consumers to shop organic food products in Bangalore. Primary data with a sample size of 50 consumers were employed using structured questionnaire to analyze the important key factors influencing them to use organic food. The survey data were analyzed with the help of statistic tool, From the percentage and reliability test, the results show that key factors viz., health concern, safety, freshness, store location, labels,...
Topics: Organic Food Products, Consumers, Bengaluru City