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As India is a developing country, there is the need of qualified employees for various multinational companies to take active participation in converting India into developed country. LPG policy has incorporated by the government of India in the year 1991. The purpose of privatization in education sector was to give autonomy to private sector in education area. More private institutions and universities are growing to create competition in the market. 
Topics: Employee Engagement, Private Institutions, Work Life Balance
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The present study is conducted with the purpose of analysing the role played by rewards and recognition in retaining employee engagement at selected private banks of city Indore. In the study, the researcher has measured the existing level of engagement at banks understudy where employees from four private banks were reached out with the help of a structured questionnaire and responses from 100 employees were collected seeking data on their engagement levels and prevailing rewards and...
Topics: Employee Engagement, Rewards and Recognition
The most effective results in the processing and recognition of images are achieved through the development of information technology, the introduction of new technologies. The TensorFlow library capabilities in the python programming environment are huge in getting effective results. It describes how to use open data sets to recognize Arabic graphics and to form datasets for additional letters for old Uzbek and Farsi text letters. Examples, advantages and analysis of the results obtained by...
Topics: Segmentation, CNN (Convolutional Neural Network), Tenserflow, Python, Neural Network, Recognition,...
The mid-size city of Kota, Rajasthan in India has emerged as an important coaching centre for students aspiring to join the elite Indian academic institutions for medical and engineering studies. Every year lakhs of students congregate here and make it their home for two to four years, while they put themselves to the daily academic grind in an extremely competitive environment. Mushrooming of coaching centres with negligible residential facility compels the young students to make difficult...
Topics: Rental Housing, Student Rental Housing, Residential Choice, Rental Preferences and Behaviour
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Our study is to evaluate the potential bioactive compound of Seaweed and its antibacterial activity against Seafood pathogens.40 strains was active in antagonistic activity against various pathogens. Among the strains, antibacterial activity of seaweed species Gelidium spinosum Gracilariaedulis, Ulvalactuca, Ulvareticulata, Sargassummuticum, Gracilariagrevillea, Monostromalatismum, Kappaphycusalvarasi, Padinapavonica, Codiumfragile, Caulerpacorynephora, Leathesiamarina, Padinatetrastromatica,...
Topics: Marine Algae, Seafood Pathogens, Antibacterial Activity, Antagonistic Compound
Regular reviews and syntheses of the literature is important for researchers to build upon existing knowledge to identify key knowledge gaps and new research directions. A Significant amount of study has been conducted causes of rural farm households’ food insecurity in Ethiopia. This paper review focuses on reviewing the research’s results which focuses on identifying causes and coping strategies of food insecurity in different parts of Ethiopia. As several studies argue in Ethiopia, most...
Topics: Food Insecurity, Food Security, Coping Strategies, Review, Ethiopia
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Presently available viral dynamic research models are of the non-linear mixed effect models Most of the non-linear models developed by using the differential equations. Finding the solution of parameters are difficult if it is non-linear model. So, In this paper an attempt has been made to derived expected time of new viral budding consider kolmogrov in the life cycle of viral Dynamics. Predictive distribution of viral replication using modified Exponential power distribution through the...
Topics: Count, Exponential Power Distribution, Viral Load, Bayesian Approach
Millions of women and girls across the globe are subjected to purposeful violence because of their gender. Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is universal, navigating borders, race, and culture and socio economic groups, harming society as a whole. Reports suggest that 73 % of women have already been exposed to or have experienced some form of online violence 1. For a problem of pandemic proportion, the Society has not yet formulated strategies to address impact of cyber violence, trauma...
Topics: Culture and Socio Economic Groups, Democratic Utilization of Cyber Space
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Blind signature is a variant of digital signature which helps the user to obtain a signature without giving any information about the message to the signer and the signer cannot tell which session of the signing protocol corresponds to which message. Blind signatures may seem to be a myth; it is a practical reality due to its wide applications in real life like e-coin and e-voting. This paper focuses on the study of variants of blind signatures with its eminent real world applications. It also...
Topics: Blindness, Blind Signature, Unforgeability, Unframeability
Solid waste management (SWM) is a major problem for many urban local bodies (ULBs) in India, where urbanization, industrialization and economic growth have resulted in increased municipal solid waste (MSW) generation per person [1].Solid Waste has been a menace and Solid Waste Management (SWM) is one of the inevitable problems in Indian Cities. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) generation per capita in India ranges from approximately 0.12 kg per person per day in small towns to approximately 0.62 kg...
Topics: Solid Waste, Solid Waste Flux, Waste Generation, Biomethanation
The paper discusses the importance of English languageand effective communication in English to the graduate students. It is observed that the students studying graduation lacking English communication skills. Communication in English and language plays major role to build academic and professional career. There are so many factors for this cause. The paper has thrown light on the causes and consequences for the above stated problem. In this Global world, communication in English language is a...
Topics: Communication Competence, English Language Skills, Global World, Language Acquisition, Graduates
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An exploration of The Legends of Khasak, (translated by O. V. Vijayan, who also wrote the Malayalam original version Khasakinte Ithihasam) through a structuralist perspective is attempted in this paper. Structuralism is the approach that infers that elements of human culture must be understood by way of their affiliation to a broader, all-encompassing system or structure. The paper works to discover the structures that underlie the narrative of the novel, about sin, penance, salvation and...
Topics: Culture, Language, Myth, Reality, Structuralist
Chemical pesticides are increasingly used in vegetable crops for human consumption. This study examines the effects of these pesticides on the health of consumers in the Korhogo area. It was carried out through a survey conducted with more than a third (1/3) women market gardeners from the CHIGATA group. Descriptive analysis of the data revealed that 40% of female producers are between 30 and 34 years old, only 20% are between 40 and 44 years old. The majority of women (90%) are married and 90%...
Topics: Chemical Pesticides, Woman, Market Gardening, Health.
Employees are the most vital and valued asset of every organization and play crucial roles in the performance of organisations. There are growing concerns that the quality of work and family life of employees is declining which leads to poor performance of manufacturing firms in Ogun State. 
Topics: Career Development, Employee Performance, Flexible Work Arrangement
The risk of serious food poisoning associated with street foods remains a threat in many countries around the world. In spite of these risks, people are looking for cheaper food. The objective of this research is to understand the socio-economic importance of street food and the related health risks in the town of Djougou.
Topics: Town of Djougou, Street Food, Socioeconomic Impact, Health Risks, Measures
This survey aims to analyze the impacts of the pluvial erosion on the environment in the city of Natitingou. The methodological gait rests in particular on the analysis of the climatic data the precipitations on the studied period (1986– 2015) and the data descended of the remote detection. The indication of anomaly Standardized (IAC) and the yearly heap of the precipitations has been calculated to see the climatic variability in the middle of survey. The picture of elevation (DEM) has been...
Topics: Impact, Pluvial Erosion, Environment, City, Natitingou
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Field experiments were conducted to assess the influence of different varieties and dates of sowing on growth and yield of mustard ( Brassica juncea L). Mustard experiment was conducted with four dates of sowing and two varieties viz. Pusa Bold and Pusa Jaikisan (Bio-902). Four dates of sowings viz., 21 st October, 31 st October, 10 th of November and 20 th of November were used to evaluate their effect on growth and yield of different varieties tested. Highest yield was produced by mustard cv....
Topics: Dates of Sowing, Varieties, Biomass, LAI, Yield, Harvest Index
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Man is running blindly after material pleasures and is ready to pay any price for it. In this modern age of advanced technology, communication, electronic gadgets, the level of facilities available for our convenience has increased but it has somehow also lead to an increase in our problems related to psychosomatic and spiritual health. Human life is more stressful in the present era. A particular lifestyle of person is a cumulative product of his/her physical capacity coordinated with...
Topics: Lifestyle Disorders, Yoga, Yogic Practices, Yoga Based Lifestyle, Stress
The present study entitled “Knowledge and Adoption Behaviour of Recommended Cultivation Practices of Rubber Crop In Wokha District of Nagaland” was carried out during the session 2021-22. The investigation was conducted in Ralan block of Wokha district of Nagaland. A total number of 120 respondents from 4 villages were selected using proportionate random sampling procedure. It was observed that the majority (67.50%) had medium knowledge level regarding improved rubber cultivation technology...
Topics: Rubber, Wokha, Nagaland
The use of precast concrete is nowadays a booming Industry, which minimizes the total cost of construction. In India, specifically in Pune area which is becoming IT hub, result into increase in population, directly result into increasing demand for houses. Requirement of these huge houses can be achieved by adopting a new technique. Use of Precast Concrete Technology will be the good option to fulfill this requirement. Use of Conventional method of construction for small building is economic,...
Topics: Precast Concrete, Fulfill this Requirement, Future Generation Requirement, Modern Machineries
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ever-growing network of smart objects. It refers to the physical objects are capable of exchanging information with other physical objects. It introduces various services and human’s routine life depends on its available and reliable activities. Therefore, the challenge of implementing secure communication in the IoT network must be addressed. The IoT network is secured with encryption and authentication, but it cannot be protected against cyber-attacks....
Topics: Internet of Things, IDS, Security, WSN, 6LoWPAN
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The astringent taste of Vernonia amygdalina (VA) and Gongronema latifolium (GL) leaves were de-bittered through boiling and squeeze-washing . The effect of boiling and squeeze-washing on the proximate, phytochemicals, vitamin (A,C,E) composition and in-vitro antioxidant activities of VA and GL leaves were evaluated. The in-vitro antioxidant activities of the vegetable extracts were estimated using reducing power, total phenol content and                  1,1-Diphenyl-2-picryl...
Topics: Squeeze-Washing, Boiling, Astringent, nutraceutical and in-vitro Antioxidant
Basella Alba L. is commonly cultivated for harvest of leaves as a green vegetable rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The mature fruit of Basella Alba L bearing deep red-violet color skin and flesh is a valuable source of natural pigments. The major red pigment in the mature fruit of B. alba has been identified as gomphrenin I (GPI), a betacyanin pigment. Betalains are one of the most important pigments, providing a wide range of colors in leaves, fruits, and roots, as well as being...
Topics: Basella Alba L Fruits, Betacyanin Pigment, Spray Drying, Basell Alba Colorant Powder (BACP), Icing
Insurance sectors are facing major challenges of employee’s retention as retaining talented employees are major concern in this sector due to competitive advantage. Gone are the days where recruiting good talent was enough, but today it become imperative to retain that good talent. Retaining good work force and well performer is a challenging task in changing HR Dynamics. Employees are the important and valuable assets for any of the organization. But, from various practices, researches and...
Topics: Employee Retention, Insurance Sector, Training, Recognition, Rewards, Work Life Balance, Exit...
The present degree of technological advancement is contributing to an increased need for privacy and protection in relation to individuals' personal data. In order to respond to current needs, the new structure of the General Data Protection Regulation aims to provide the required guidelines to prevent the potential leakage of personal private data. 
Topics: Policy on General Data Protection, Accounting, Information Security
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There is lot of demand for alternative fuels as fossil fuels are expending day by day. Oils from seeds of plants are acceptable for diesel fuel, as there is no necessary for swapping engine model. But snag related to oils from seeds of plants like glutinous consistency and low flammable characteristics led to change of oils from seeds of the plant into biodiesel by the process known as esterification. However, biodiesel has moderate viscosity which calls for low heat rejection (LHR) engine,...
Topics: Diesel Fuel, Ceramic Coated Cylinder, Low Heat Rejection
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Indian Agriculture/Agro Industry (IAI) is a key piece of Indian culture and economy. Roughly 50 percent of the complete populace depends on this industry as a guideline wellspring of pay and it contributes around 14 percent of India's GDP. Indian food business has expanded to US$ 250 billion out of 2015 when contrasted with US$ 220 billion in the year 2009 and expected to become further quickly in the following ten years. Indian Agriculture is a world chief as far as creation of numerous item...
Topics: Agro Industry, Indian Agriculture, Real-Time Information, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain...
Effect of heat treatment on microstructure and mechanical properties of TC21 titanium alloy was investigated. TC21 in annealed condition with an equiaxed α+β structure was solution treated at temperature below β-transus (920⁰C, 15 min) and temperature above β-transus (1020⁰C, 15min, WQ). Aging was applied for both groups of samples (600⁰C, 4h, AC).Treated samples below β-transus showed an equiaxed α+β structure. Samples treated above β-transus have been changed to a solely...
Topics: TC21 Titanium Alloy, Heat Treatment, Microstructure, Mechanical Properties
Sexual Harassment at workplace is not only an evil against women but also an unconstitutional act against the females. It leads to the way of violence, torture and harassment. An effort has been made to emphasis on the significance and relevance of the Act made for the protection of women at their respective workplaces. This Act plays a major role in proactively ensuring the protection of all women who are working. This paper also analyse the role and responsibility of judiciary in playing the...
Topics: Way of Violence, Torture and Harassment, Financial Liberation
Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for many people in India but very little advancement is done in agriculture to improve the field and tackle issues like irrigation and leaf disease detection.
Topics: Bluetooth, CNN (Convolutional Neural Network), Raspberrypi, WSN(Wireless Sensor Network), Zigbee
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Consider the Weibull distribution. The parameters of this distribution are estimated by the maximum likelihood method and Bayes method. In this study we present shrinkage estimator between maximum likelihood  and Bayes estimators that make mean square error (MSE) less than other standard method. Using linear combination between maximum likelihood method and Bayes method to obtain a new estimator  then simulation study will used to compare between shrinkage estimator, Maximum likelihood...
Topics: Weibull Distribution, Shrinkage Estimator, Bayes Estimator, Maximum Likelihood Estimator, Simulation
Tourism plays a key role in globalization. Serious environmental problems caused by tourism have received great attention from the public. Green tourism was defined as responsibility to natural areas, especially to environmental conservation and maintaining the prosperity of the local people. This research focus on the theoretical basis of green tourism and its characteristics. The proposed research model consists of 8 factors affecting green tourism: tourism products, accommodation facilities,...
Topics: Tourism Products, Accommodation Facilities, Human Resources for Tourism, Green Marketing,...
This article presents the vibration of a single-layered graphene sheet resting on an elastic foundation by using nonlocal first-order shear deformation theory. Equations of motion for a simply-supported graphene sheet are obtained via a nonlocal shear deformation theory . Effects of nonlocal parameter as well as length of graphene sheet, mode numbers, three-parameter of foundation and thermal parameter are discussed. A comparison example is presented to show the accuracy of the present results.
Topics: Two-Parameter Elastic Foundation, Nonlocal Elasticity, Vibration, Graphene Sheet
When the soul is present in human body, the body does all the activities. But when human body dies, the soul disappears from the body. No sooner it leaves the human then the physical activities gets stunted. But do you know why it does not work? Our eyes, hands, mouth and each and every part of human body is very much there, but still the body does not work without the soul? Why? Soul is very vital for human body since it helps human body to work, eat, speak, walk…etc. This is the same power...
Topics: Soul, God, Universe, Law of Conservation, Supreme God Power, Human Body, Science, Spiritual Power
This study intends to examine various factors that effects performance of academicians in Andhra Pradesh Technical colleges. As job performance of academicians is one of the main criteria in determining a Technical colleges Ranking in a country. Hence, this study aimed to determine the role of job satisfaction on job performance as few studies in the past has focused on academicians in private institutions. This paper will enable parties such as the Ministry of Higher Education and AICTE and...
Topics: Job Satisfaction, Job Performance, Academicians in Andhra Pradesh Private Technical Institutions
Socialization is a concept used by sociologists, social psychologists, anthropologists, political scientists, and educators to refer to the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating the norms, customs, and philosophies, to equip a person with the skills and habits needed to participate within. your community. The powerful revolution changed has been perceived by the society through digital social media all around. Society has various facet likewise business, legal, political, cultural...
Topics: Socialization, loss of Self-Esteem Lifelong Process of Inheriting and Disseminating the Norms
A bank may be defined as an institution that accepts deposits, makes loans, pays checks and provides financial services. A bank is a financial intermediary for the safeguarding, transferring, exchanging, or lending of money. 
Topics: Financial Services, Non-Performing Assets, Liquidity Position
The lack of utility power supply in Nigeria for many hours on daily basis has made individuals and organizations seek alternative power supplies in form of generating sets and solar system. A solar photovoltaic(PV) system can be utilised to supply DC power to low power-consuming devices such aslamps in a building while other devices are ACoperated. Utilising AC power and DC in the same building requires a mains distribution fuse board to distribute AC and DC power simultaneously. An AC/DC...
Topics: AC/DC Consumer Unit, DC Illumination System, LED Lamps, Power Failure, Solar Photovoltaic System
Agriculture is the dominant sector of Indian economy. The progress of the nation is therefore, directly linked with advancement in agriculture. KVK play a vital role in carrying out various developmental activities on farmers’ fields to increase the agricultural production and improve their living standards. The KVK was launched in 1988-89 in all 11 districts viz., Dimapur, Kohima, Kiphire, Longleng, Mokokchung, Mon, Phek, Peren, Tuensang, Wokha and Zunheboto of Nagaland.
Topics: Socio Economic, Attitude, KVK, Nagaland
Morals are the established principles of behaviour that facilitate people to reside agreeably in Society; Morals and Society are interconnected. They refer to what is deemed by societies as permissible and acceptable. The majority have a propensity to act morally and follow societal guiding principles. Morality time and again requires that people give up their likings for the benefit of society.
Topics: Morality, Society, Corruption, Principles, and Tyrann
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The pedagogy adopted by teachers shape their actions, judgments, and other teaching strategies by taking into consideration theories of learning, understandings of students and their needs, and the backgrounds and interests of individual students. This is a conceptual paper where we tried to collect the reviews and based on the reviews a model is framed integrating the teaching learning process, Generation-Z student’s mindset and Technology. The objectives are to gather the Generation-Z...
Topics: Generation Z, Teaching Learning Process, Technology, Educational Institutions
In Recent Scenario, Insurance sectors are the victims of Cut throat market competition, consistent increase in the rate of employee turnover due to job satisfaction. These challenges identified as a growing critical issue before the HR Managers. The rate of Employee Turnover depends on the level of Job Satisfaction of the employee and has been proven that Job Satisfaction increases the chances of Employee Turnover within the Organization. To reduce the rate of Employee Turnover, many companies...
Topics: Employee Turnover, Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Employee Retention, Stress
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This study is a comparative textual analysis of use of metaphors in three literary genres of prose, poetry and drama as represented by one literary work each. The metaphors were identified, isolated from the text, listed down and classified according to their respective categories as guided by  Newmark’s (1988) classification of metaphors, namely; adapted metaphors, ii) Cliché metaphors, iii) Dead metaphors, iv) Original metaphors, v) recent metaphors, and vi) Stock or standard metaphors....
Topics: Metaphor, Genres, Similes, Prose, Poetry, Drama
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The central argument of this paper is that the latest generation of women writers challenges the stereotypical female intimacy novels. Like the forefathers of African literature, women writers are producing political comments. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s coming of age novel, Purple Hibiscus, allegorically documents Nigeria’s political history in the late nineties, which accounts for the relevance of women’s struggle. In this article, two of Gérard Genette’s key intertextual relations...
Topics: Intersexuality, hypertextuality, political Comments, Women’s Struggle
Digital sources had brought a radical change in the conventional ways of interacting with the target audience. Digital marketing utilizes digital sources like social media, emails, websites, mobile marketing, online search engines etc. Literature shows that digital channels like emails and websites are mostly used by the universities and the institutes for marketing and communicating amongst the prospective students and the parents.
Topics: Online Sources, Pre Purchase, Prioritize
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In order to achieve manufacturing excellence through the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) initiative, various aspects must be considered in order to improve the effectiveness of the tooling division and make it a major strength of the organization. The paper reviews the literature of various authors on the subject of TPM implementation approaches, pillar structures, and success enablers and barriers. It evaluates a captive tool room in India to classify the scenario observed within the...
Topics: Total productive maintenance, tooling management, Indian Industry, TPM pillars
The data was collected by administering the pre-tested interview schedule to the selected respondents. The collected data was analyzed using statistical tools. The stratified and need full sampling procedure has been followed in this research study that are explained as under. Their knowledge and levels of adoption regarding the recommended production was studied. The selection of the respondents was done by the sampling through random sampling that include six beneficiaries and six...
Topics: Knowledge, Adoption
Women entrepreneurs are growing quickly in several global areas. Women's latent business ability has developed along with their social awareness. The “skill, knowledge, and adaptability” of women in business attract males. Aspects of women entrepreneurs' contributions are examined in this study. This study's aim is to answer particular issues scientifically. The study's principal purpose is to expose the hidden reality.
Topics: Entrepreneurship, Women, Struggle, Predominance Etc
The present study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of Buerger Allen exercise on the lower extremity perfusion among Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients attending outpatient department at Department Of Atomic Energy hospital, at Kalpakkam.
Topics: Buerger Allen Exercise, the Lower Extremity Perfusion and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
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The social history of Islamic law is a recording of beliefs, thoughts, actions and interpretations of Muslims against the Islamic Law system. The content of the social history Law is illustrated intact in the social history of Islamic Law concerning the character, place and time. The purpose of this research is to know the social history of Islamic Law starting from the condition of Pre-Islamic Arabia, the period of Mecca and Medina, Khulafa Rashidun, Umayyads, Abbasid dynasties, sand social...
Topics: History, Social, and Islamic Law
The present article entitled ‘The Stylistic Study of the Short Stories of Mulk Raj Anand’ undertakes the stylistic study of the four popular stories; The Lost Child, The Barber’s Trade Union, The Man Whose Name Did Not Appear in Census and The Parrot in the Cage by Anand. To make a better understanding of the short stories- point of view, characters and imagery are discussed elaborately. Under the discussion of stylistic study, there is done the minute scanning of linguistic content. The...
Topics: Figures of Speech, Hindi Words, Indianisation, Indian Expressions, Linguistics, Morphological,...
There is a saying of the famous Tamil Poetess Auvaiyar that ‘men ought not to live in places where there are no temples’ and Devaram also mentions that ‘places without temples are unfit for the purposes of residence, as they are merely deserts’. Hence the popular saying is “No temple, no village”. So in ancient India each place of habitation, whether a hamlet or a city, had to maintain its own temple for the prosperity of the inhabitants.
Topics: Temple, Poolanandeswarer, Legend, Arikesari, Chinnamanur, Pandyas
Jibanananda Das (1899–1954), a modern Bengali poet, looks with a romantic measure of belief using every opportunity that presents before his eyes. For a moment, Jibanananda Das goes beaten in his skills of experiencing the circumstances of life, but here immediately he absorbs the insistence of transforming his hard experiences regained with sensibility into a loving world. This, usually we realize, gives him the sensibilities that happen immediately after sensibility.Welogically can bear the...
Topics: Sensibilities, A Distaste Life, Vision for a Bright Life
A self-help group is a voluntary association of persons with common interests, formed and managed democratically without any political affiliation. To address the challenge of rural poverty, the Ministry of Rural Development conceived a mission mode scheme titled as National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) in the year 2010. A study was undertaken in Ranchi district of Jharkhand for analysis of Empowerment of tribal women through self-help group (SHG) under DEEN DAYAL ANTYODAYA YOJANA - NATIONAL...
Topics: Self-Help Group, Empowerment, Tribal Women
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In this paper,obtainedunique fixed point theorems ona controlledmetric spaces.Which is generalize the results of Kiran et al.[24]and many others results.
Topics: Fixed Point, Controlled Metric Space, b-Metric Space, Extended b-Metric Space
This paper discusses the procedures followed in the classroom in implementing the portfolios in teaching writing. It reports the details of the experiment conducted and the try-out of the strategy for experimental group of Jeppiaar Engineering College conducted in 2014. The paper presents the few methods adopted in implementing portfolios to enhance students’ writing and the observations of the study done by the author. The sample of study was Students of Jeppiaar Engineering College,(N-60)...
Topics: CT-Critical Thinking, CG- Control Group. EG-Experimental Group, N-Sample No of Students
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Iron deficiency is the most common cause of anemia at world level, but other causes like acute and chronic inflammation, parasitic infections, nutritional deficiencies (including vitamin A, folate, vitamin B12 and) and inherited or acquired disorders that affect red blood cell formation, hemoglobin synthesis, or red blood cell survival can all cause anemia. The dietary intervention approach is an effective method to combat iron deficiency anemia. Garden cress belongs to Brassicaceae family. The...
Topics: Garden Cress Seeds, Iron, Sensory Evaluation
School van service is a widely used service in Dhaka city. In this study, the operation and maintenance process of van services for school going children in the selected community of Dhaka city has been found out by applying several PRA methods. The emergence of this service has occurred for fulfilling the transportation need of a great number of students from lower to upper-middle income families.
Topics: School Transport Service, Public Participation, Congestion, Mobility, Community Entrepreneurship
Micro and Small enterprises play significant roles in the creations of employment opportunities and generations of income. Developing countries have common characteristics of low economic growth, fast population growth, high level of unemployment and poverty.
Topics: Poverty Reduction, Micro and Small Enterprise, Employment Creation
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Over the past few years, information and communication technology (ICT) has become very vital component in teaching at undergraduate levels. This paper examines the impact of ICT in enhancing teaching effectiveness at undergraduate levels among commerce faculties. The findings of the study reveals that most of the respondents consider the use of ICT in teaching methodology cannot be under-estimated The research was conducted by using questionnaire to gather data from commerce faculties from...
Topics: ICT Skills, Teaching Effectiveness, Teaching Methods
Before discussing the next generation’s challenges and demands, let us consider today’s modern learner, who is a multifaceted, energetic and tech-savvy individual. He is inspired and be ready to accept the challenges. He integrates technology into classroom experiences. Amalgamating technology in education can range from replacing the existing educational practices through digital media. The teachers are challenged if they are not prepared. It’s not an easy task for the teachers to...
Topics: Nextgen Challenges, Language Skills, Science Standards, Engineering Practices, English Language...
The serious crisis that currently concerns the entire planet extends beyond the daily social, cultural, economic, and other disputes. These were set aside in order to move to a global alert, which refers to the pandemic problem that is affecting every country on the planet. Because confinement compelled individuals all over the world to stay at home, electronic communications became increasingly important. The objective of this study is not to investigate the pandemic epidemic; rather, it is to...
Topics: Mobile Phone Addiction, Higher Secondary School Students
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In Krutha Yuga there were no corruption people never tells lies, no cheating, no gambling, no dishonesty, and were committed to the words and no written documents to that effect. Contrary to that, in Kali Yuga, people are dishonest, tell lies, are full of corruption, and scams are seen even at the Government level. People are greedy for money and accumulate treasure more than they need. People preserve the treasure of all kinds, it will lose even for 10 generations. On the other hand, people...
Topics: Honesty Dynasty, Dishonest, Corruptions, Reasons for Corruption, Case Study, Corrective Measures
This paper represents a psycholinguistic study of aspects of reduplication in the Acquisition of lexical items by 6 Hausa children between the ages of 2 to 3. Various linguistic theories and grammatical models have been used to analyze adult language at the expense of infant speech. A fuller understanding of human linguistic system might be possible by investigating it from childhood. Not much has been done in the area of child language research in Hausa and probably none in reduplication in...
Topic: Acquisition in Relation to Reduplication
Energy storage serves as a crucial hub for the entire grid, supplementing resources such as wind, solar, and hydropower, as well as nuclear and fossil fuels, demand side resources, and system efficiency assets. It can function as a generation, transmission, or distribution asset — all in one unit. Storage is, in the end, an enabling technology. It has the potential to save consumers money while also improving reliability and resilience, integrating power sources, and reducing environmental...
Topics: Important for Microgrids, Implementing Teaching Learning Based Optimization (TLBO)
A study was conducted at College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar during 2014-15 to find out the water requirement of different crops grown in East & South Eastern Coastal Plain zone of Odisha, India. In India, a large population is facing challenges of water scarcity due to its huge population, diverse geographical, climatic and geo-environmental conditions along with an unequal distribution of freshwater resources.
Topics: Reference Evapotranspiration, Water Requirement, East & South Eastern Coastal Plain
Stress is a natural bodily response that protects the body from injury and danger. The body's production of stress hormones, on the other hand, may continue if the cause of the stress is not removed. Men and women are affected by stress in various ways. Biological or social factors may be to blame for the disparities in behaviour. Men and women respond to stress differently, as well as to the causes of stress and coping mechanisms for dealing with stress, according to this review research.
Topics: Stress, Gender Differences, Behavioural Differences, Family, Health
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American author Pearl S Buck is the first woman who was awarded both the Nobel Prize and Pulitzer prizes for literature. As a child and woman living in two cultures she has developed a keen understanding of different cultures and has gained respect for the human dignity of the people. Pearl S Buck (1892-1973) was born in Hillsborough west Virginia. She grew up in China, where her parents were missionaries, but was educated in Randolph - Macon Woman’s college. After her graduation she returned...
Topic: Motifs in Pearl S Buck’s the Good Earth
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R. K. Narayan has emerged as a complex writer whose limpid novels reveal unsuspected depths. He has consciously attempted to naturalize or Indianize the Western novel by transporting the traditions of linear narration, Victorian realism and the modernist psychological multi-text upon the circular and digressive structure, and the symbolical and ethical framework, of the ancient Hindu narratives. This fabular quality in Narayan’s fiction confers universality and depth and extends the...
Topics: Indianize, Ethical Framework, Postcolonialism, Colonialism and Nativism
Unmarried Chinese Women above the age of 27 are ranked as “leftover women”, a name given by Chinese state media to force women back home. To investigate how this term exerts discipline on single women and their consequent responses to such discipline, this thesis focuses on four TV series targeting on overage unmarried women to illustrate the various forms of social discipline imposed on them and their tendency toward psychic subjection which generates docile bodies consequently. The...
Topics: Leftover Women, TV Series, Discipline, Subjection
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In this document, the image classification techniques and their steps have been put up using Bag of words which is extended to an image, making it bag of features or bag of visual words. It also focuses on the different techniques under Bag of Visual words. A comparative study also been done on Bag of visual words and its two different techniques. Spatial Pyramid Matching Scheme which encodes local spatial information(SPM) and geometry preserving visual phrase(GVP) which encode local as well as...
Topics: Mean average, Transformation, Invariance, Image
Long products constitute almost half of the annual steel production, which stands at 53 million tones presently. Industry estimates show that the construction sector alone consumes close to 45 per cent of the total long products output. Stainless steel accounts for only 3 per cent of the country’s total steel production and about 70 per cent finds application in kitchenware and the rest in industries. The demand for flat steel products will be strong, with rising production of automobiles as...
Topics: Purchasing Process, Inventory Control
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has observed a colossal growth in terms of recognition in the latest years on a worldwide basis. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies that Corporations or firms employ to conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly, and beneficial to the community in terms of development. The relation between Corporate Social Responsibility and the banking system is based on a notion where the business organizations apart from...
Topics: Public Sector, Private Sector, RBI Data, Ethical Business Practices, India, Corporate Social...
Computer based interactive simulations are playing a very crucial role in today’s education system. Due to the rapid increase in the advancement of technology and application oriented educational pattern, simulations are being used in the classrooms widely, particularly in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects. However, the effectiveness of the simulations on students learning outcome at various levels has been a matter of interest for many researchers. The...
Topics: Simulation, STEM, Pedagogy, Simulation Education, Learning Outcome
The contribution of MSMEs in the Indonesian national economy has significant for formation of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Nevertheless, COVID-19 pandemic has a negative tremendous impact on the growth of MSMEs nationwide. Meanwhile, there are technologies that a currently widely developed based on Patent Database which is the management of supply chain management systems. These technologies are practicable to strengthen resilience capabilities both during and post pandemic. This research is...
Topics: MSMEs, Supply Chain Management System, Patent Database, Technology Trends