May 2016

  1. Sadashiva, T.
    The Indian banking industry is transforming from its traditional transactional concept to Relationship Marketing. The tag “Customer is King” depicts that the customer is the focal point for any business scenario. The CRM concept has been implemented with the intention of better understanding of needs, requirements and trying to...
  2. Rubina Anis
    The aim of this study is to investigate the awareness and usage of internet resources among U.G., P.G. and Ph. D. Visually Impaired students in Maulana Azad Library, A.M.U., Aligarh. Study was carried out the survey methods and Questionnaire tool were used to collect data. Analyses reveled that majority of the U.G,P.G. and Ph.D. Students are...
  3. Martins, M. and Silva, O.
    The influence of the image regarding the satisfaction and loyalty of tourists seems to have a broad consensus among the current literature, so and given the current situation of the tourist’s behavior volatility, it is of utmost importance one to know and to understand both the concepts of tourist imagery and tourism experiences related to...
  4. Bishwambhar Ghimire¬ and Muhammad Ashraf
    Although a number of Reform Commissions formed over the years to strengthen public administration, recommended several initiatives to the government, the changes were largely neglected, and some of the initiatives could not even meet the critical needs. Lethargy and inept service are common, making the bureaucracy ineffective and incompetent....
  5. Dr. Pralhad V Chengte
    It is true that in spite of number of legislations the fate of weaker sections has not improved. The poor persons are the silent victims of injustice. It is no more a secret that crimes against women are increasing. Dowry death cases are being registered in number throughout the country. In order to protect the weaker sections it is thought that...
  6. Dr. Vadivelraja, R.
    This paper focus upon the socio scientific issues in Chetan Bhagat’s One night @ the call center. He has a far cry from the typical author image that lies in the mind of the common man. He is dealing with the harsh realities of life and problems faced by the young generation in his works. He holds a mirror to society and presents the...
  7. Shyam Krishna Jee
    Since the advent of 20th century, when world imperialism entered into the stage of finance capitalism and its inner contradiction, arisen specially for occupation of colonies by newly emerged imperialist countries to invest their surplus capital, indulged them in two global wars, many economic theories were propounded by the well-meaning...
  8. David Pérez-Jorge, Josué Gutiérrez-Barroso, Milagros de la Rosa Hormiga, Candelaria de la Merced Díaz-González and María Sandra Marrero-Morales
    Values education is a key element to achieve a comprehensive development of students. The way schools deal with this education is a key element concerning its effectiveness. Nowadays, there is no agreement as regards the most appropriate way to develop and introduce this type of education in schools. Perhaps, this is the reason that explains the...
  9. Emmanuel Boone Waydon and Lynn Philip Yagoma
    The objective of this study is to analyze the education system of Papua New Guinea regarding the state of career guidance and counseling in the school system through a critical analysis of educational reform documents and perceptions of teachers, students and parents. The rationale is to offer recommendation for improvement where there seems to be...
  10. Wang Yiyao and Lin ling
    Crisis means risk and opportunity in a way. Party organization at the grass-root level in colleges must cope with emergencies. Therefore, it is necessary to do a good job in the following three aspects: the first is to strengthen learning, and raise the consciousness of the grass-roots party organization in coping with emergencies; the second is...
  11. Ilavarasi, S.
    Water is the common resource for life-sustaining and right of all human beings. It is essential to the livelihoods and well-being of the world’s popula- tion of human and animals. But water has been under crisis in access, distribution, optimum utility and affordability in recent days where water has become a commercial-cum-commodity in...
  12. Basu Prasad Subedi
    The purpose of this paper is to find out the relationship among school leadership, school climate and school performance. The experiences of five Asian countries: Japan, China, India, Bangaladesh, and Nepal have been taken as the pedestal for the study. Review and analysis of the related documents and literatures were the key basis of the...
  13. Dr. Swati Girase
    Tribal communities are scattered all the states of India. All tribals are having same characteristics and problems. They have their own culture and lifestyle. After independence some changes and development have been taking place but still expected success could not cover by them. Through this article special focus given on the various problems...
  14. Mabintu Mansaray and Jia Bin Han
    This paper probes on the influence of e-commerce on the level of trade openness in Africa using country-level panel data from the period 1990 to 2013. Several additional variables were incorporated into the model to control for omitted variable biased. The estimation with fixed-effects techniques, both under the ordinary least squares (OLS) and...
  15. John-Engelbert Seddoh
    The purpose of this study was to determine stakeholder perception on factors influencing collaboration between Governmental Organizations (GOs) and Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) based on organizations sampled from the Tema Metropolis in Ghana. Using descriptive analysis, the study identified the key factors that facilitate successful...
  16. Dr. Alka Mittal
    Risk is a characteristic feature of most commodity and capital markets. Variations in the prices of agricultural and non-agricultural commodities are induced, over time, by demand-supply dynamics. The last two decades have witnessed many-fold increase in the volume of international trade and business due to the wave of globalization and...
  17. Dr. Jay Desai and Nisarg A Joshi
    The objective of this paper is to study, why organisations take the inorganic mode of expansion. However, the main focus is on studying the operating performance and shareholder value of acquiring companies and comparing their performance before and after the merger. To conduct a uniform research and arrive at an accurate conclusion, we restrict...
  18. Elia Krasimirova Georgieva and Diana Asenova Dimitrova
    Medical students often face high levels of abuse, which affect their health and well-being. We performed this study to analyze the prevalence of mistreatment among students in Medical Faculty- Sofia. Cross-sectional web-based study was carried out in 2015 with 257 medical students at the Faculty of Public Health- Sofia. Relation between variables...
  19. Francis Kazibwe and Edward Ssemakula
    Bilharzia or Schistosomiasis is a parasitic infection of man and is caused by blood flukes of the genus Schistosoma. The parasite is transmitted through specific aquatic intermediate hosts in various freshwater habitats. In terms of socioeconomic and public health importance it is regarded second to malaria among the parasitic diseases affecting...
  20. Rohit Chib, Mohsin Rashid and Ankush Bhargava
    Aims and Objective: of the study was to assess the bacteriological profile and demographic pattern of neonatal sepsis. Material and Methods: Prospective analytic study was done from January 2015 to December 2015. Out of 1272 admissions, all term and near term neonates with weight appropriate for gestational age were 954, all were investigated on...
  21. Duncan D Mugala and Mayaba Maimbo
    Surgical Malignancies are not a common cause of admission to the mine hospital in Chingola – Zambia, however they do occur; they formed 0.4% of the admissions during the study. These were due to malignant disease affecting people of all ages. In this study, the youngest was two years old and the oldest was 75. The mean age was 40.8 years....
  22. Chindu Mohan, Dr. Vidyavathi, N. and Dr. Ramalinga Reddy, Y.
    In this study an attempt was made to use a bio coagulant for treating chicken abattoir waste water. Moringa Oleifera Leaves were used in two different forms- one in the form of Moringa Oleifera Leaves Powder (MOLP) and the other in the form of Activated Carbon prepared from Moringa Oleifera Leaves (MOLAC). Before and after treatment of chicken...
  23. Manoj. P. Wagh, Nana. M. Mulik, Nemade, P. D.
    In 21st century the world is facing the critical issue of waste water management, textile industry are the top most red industries in the world. Industrial processes create a variety of wastewater pollutants, highly turbid which are difficult and expensive to treat. In this paper (basic dye) camel ink is treated by using electro-coagulation...
  24. Chitra Devi, D. and Sivakani, R.
    Cloud storage services have become increasingly popular. Because of the importance of privacy, many cloud storage encryption schemes have been proposed to protect data from those who do not have access. All such schemes assumed that cloud storage providers are safe and cannot be hacked; however, in practice, some authorities (i.e., coercers) may...
  25. Dr. Sing Ong, YU
    This paper uses the metaphor of University Remodeling as a framework for analysing students’ choice of a private university and repositioning the university through rebranding of its professors. Remodeling the university involves reconstructing competencies and strengths of the institution. These elements are critical to the growth of the...
  26. Selvi, K, and Manoranjitham, M.
    The usage of smart phone among people is increasing rapidly. Now days we are dependent on our mobile phones, if we forget the phone at home or somewhere place that time we can access the mobile phone remotely using the application. By using this application user can send e-mail in our mobile even if mobile is very far from us, by sending a single...
  27. Suranjan Dhar, Arnab Acharyya and Arijit Sarker
    This is a review paper on image segmentation. Basically we have tried to focus our work on image segmentation using fuzzy logic approach. In this paper we have discussed some basic concept of image segmentation and the application of fuzzy c-means algorithm in image segmentation. We have implemented this algorithm using MATLAB. This is basically...
  28. Ashiedu, F.I. and Izelu, C. O.
    Crude oil is a natural endowment to the people of Nigerian. Hence, refineries were positioned to provide finished petroleum products to both domestic use and for export. Till date, Nigeria still depends largely on the importation of petroleum products for both domestic and industrial applications. The aim of this research work therefore, is to...
  29. Ivchenko, V. A.
    The paper presents the application of direct methods (field ion microscopy and atom probe techniques) to study the modification of the crystal structure of various materials at atomic spatial level after strong external exposures. On the original results shows the possibility of three- dimensional reconstruction of the elemental composition of the...
  30. Nikhil Mundhe, Karandeep Singh, Karan Vatnani and Rupesh Ranjan
    Image inpainting is the process in which damaged images and unwanted objects are removed based on information gathered from surrounding areas. Different methods has been introduced regarding image inpainting i.e. Diffusion, exemplar-based inpainting etc. Different algorithms are present today but more efficient algorithms are required. In this...
  31. Brajesh Kumar Lodhi and Sumit Saurabh Singh
    This paper presents the findings of an experimental analysis into the effects of feed rate, cutting speed, depth of cut, and cutting environment in turning operation of Low alloy steel (En-353). Design of experiment technique, i.e. factorial method have been used to accomplish the objective of the experimental study. 23 factorial design with eight...
  32. Venkatesh, A., Vignesh, S., Iyappan, S., Vignesh Kumar, P., Tamilvanan, G. and Vijaya Sarathy, R.
    This project deals with the planning, designing, and estimation of the industrial PLATE GANTRY GIRDER, located near Thuvakkudi, Trichy district. Overhead plate girder is subjected to various types of load. Girder is the critical assembly component of overhead crane. Currently research is being carried out to improve the strength structure of...
  33. Daniya Amer Jassim and Yamman E. Majeed
    This paper presents a study of the voice services usage over Adaptive Multi-user channels on One Slot (VAMOS) for improving the voice capacity. VAMOS is an extension of the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) standard to enable the transmission of two GSM voice streams on the same radio resource using Orthogonal Sub Channel (OSC)...
  34. Nimbalkar, V. S.
    This paper deliberates the effects of Electromagnetic in human beings and heat (energy) in a biological or non-biological system is frequency and also discussed on the exposure of microwaves from cellular networks. While it is not certain that RF radiation generally poses any risks to human health, some reasons exist for being concerned about...
  35. Nguyen Thi Hong Hanh, Pham Hong Tinh and Mai Sy Tuan
    We estimated carbon stock of mangrove Kandelia obovata Sheue, Liu & Yong and Sonneratia caseolaris (L.) Engler planted in coastal zone of Red River Delta, Vietnam. A total of 84 10 x 10 m sample plots consisting of 39 K. obovata at 1-13 years old, 33 S. caseolaris at 2-7, 8-13 years old and mixed species of K. bovata and S. caseolaris at 10-13...
  36. Sasikala, M., Saravanan, R., Chitra, N. and Jothi Narendiran, N.
    The present study was determine the effect of preferably used textile dye, methyl red on fingerlings of Oreochromis mossambicus as much report is unavailable on juvenile toxicity. Muscle tissue of fish were analysed for the effects of the azo dye methyl red, since it is a major target tissue for nutrient storage and is the main edible part of the...
  37. Koulibaly Annick, Kouamé Djaha, GrogaNoel, Kouassi Kouassi Etienne, Bakayoko Adama and Porembski Stefan
    A large band of forest-savanna mosaic extends between the Sudanian (dry) and Guinean (humid) regions in West Africa and undergoes bush fires, agriculture and logging, in the central parts of Côte d'Ivoire, especially in the Lam to Reserve region. Former studies showed a remarkable degree of vegetation dynamics in this region with forests...
  38. Arjun Shukla, Shivani Rai, and Bhoopendra Kumar Ahirwar
    An opportunistic survey of Odonata diversity and distribution was done in along with river Narmada region of district Jabalpur to give updated list of species within the study. Odonata play crucial role in ecosystem functioning and can be used as biological indicators as well as potential bio-control agent of environmental quality whereas...
  39. Doan Song Quang, Le Phong Nam, Nguyen Trung Dung and Tran Van Chung
    DPA and its derivatives always are present in propellants. They are very important components of propellants due to being quality measure of propellants. By the experimental study an analytical method based HPLC-DAD was established to determine simultaneously these compounds. All standard plot equations or standard plots of the HPLC peak area...
  40. Sangita G. Sanadhya, Nilesh S. Pandya, Tejas S.Gandhi and S. L. Oswal.
    Thirteen linear aliphatic-aromatic polyesters were synthesized by interfacial polycondensation of various diacid chlorides such as adipoyl chloride (ADCL) and sebacoyl chloride (SECL) with various diols such as bisphenol-A (BPA), resorcinol (RES), 1,5-dihydroxy naphthalene(15DHN), 4,4’-bis(hydroxyl)benzilidine aniline (BHBA), 4,4’-bis(...
  41. Robinson-Bassey, Grace. C. and Onu, Beautrix, U.
    This study was a descriptive survey of the practice and knowledge of the health risks of Female Genital Mutilation among mothers of Akwukabi community in Etc he LGA of Rivers State. Two objectives and one hypothesis were formulated to guide this study. A sample size of 172 respondents was drawn from the target population of 300 mothers in the...
  42. Maya M. Jaybhaye and Satish A. Bhalerao
    In general, the developed countries generate much higher quantities of waste per capita compared to the developing countries of the region. Currently, the management and disposal of agro-industrial waste production is one of the most critical environmental issues. For the present research work, composting of bagasse waste done along with various...
  43. Dr. A Maria Therese, Praveena, R. and Dr. Murali, R.
    Hypertension is called as “silent killer” which is designed to emphasize the direct relationship between the risk of morbidity and mortality from increasing level of blood pressure. Hypertension is not a communicable disease of concern due to its role in the causation of coronary heart disease and other vascular complication. The...
  44. Muniswamy Reddy, P. M., Ramesh, M., Ravi Naik, B. and Jayaprakash, P.
    Sericulture is one of the most important rural industries practiced since several decades. It has certain inherent advantages of bivoltine double hybrids rearing in Madanapalli area through Institute Village Linkage Programme in field levelwill be implemented during the current 12th plan period for 100 farmers per each programme. The programme has...
  45. Noor M. Abdullah and Hala S. Abdulwahid
    Objective(s): To determine the effectiveness of family health nursing based education program on nurses’ performance at primary health centers in AL-Muthanna Health Directorate. Methodology: A quasi-experimental design was carried throughout the present study with the application of test-retest approach of pre-test, post-test1and post-test2...
  46. Janaki Pokhrel
    Visiting the protected areas like National Parks, Wildlife Reserves, Conservation areas, Buffer zones is a part of scientific education. It is the practical method of learning i.e. learning by direct observation. Protected areas are the resourceful places where from the people of different field gain the knowledge from the different point of view...
  47. Mousumi Ganguly, Malay Kumar Patsa, Priya Chowdhury and Arindam Ganguly
    The terracotta art owe a very ancient lineage and bear a long tradition of excellence and unique craftsmanship. Bankura has a rich cultural heritage of handloom industry and handicrafts. It is world famous for Baluchari textile, conch shell carving, bell metal engraving and exquisite terracotta temples. The ethnicity, emblematic design depicting...
  48. Prithviraj D.R., Gaur Satyam, Srivastava Rachana, Patil Abhishekha and Shruthi, D.P.
    Immediate loading protocols for the implants were developed to reduce the time required for healing phase, avoid second surgical procedures and provide a functional provisional prosthesis. Immediate loading requires recording impression soon after placing implants and fabrication of the provisional prosthesis. Several techniques have been utilized...
  49. Omaima A.M. Ahmedy, Mostafa E. El-sayed, Afaf A. Shoka, Hekma A. Abd El-Latif, Ashraf K. Bahgat, Somaya Z. Mansour and Azza Hassan
    Background: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the world’s deadliest cancers and considered as the second main cause of cancer-related mortalities. Therefore, the discovery of effective and safe drugs for chemoprevention and treatment of HCC is of great importance. This study aimed to investigate the potential anticancer activity of...
  50. Dr. Qasba, G. N., Mohammad Farooq Dar, Mohammed Nadeem Bhat and Adil Ashraf Tanki
    The study is about an effort encompassed to uplift the marginalized and poor sections of the society through helping their women to realize their potential and become the sustainable agents of change. National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) carries a belief of women being a multi-potential creation with better managerial skills, thus the study is...
  51. Kamalakannan, P., Sathick, O and Muthukumaravel, K.
    The seasonal variations of physico-chemical parameters were studied during July 2014 to June 2015 in the Agniar estuary (Lat.10° 20' N Long.79° 23’E ) Adirampattinam southeast coast of India. The atmospheric and water temperature ranged from 28.8ºC °C to 35.2°C and 26°C to 31.4°C respectively. The pH ranged between 7.3 and 8.6. The DO was ranged...
  52. Kamalakannan, P., Sathick, O and Muthukumaravel, K.
    The seasonal variations of heavy metal distribution were studied during July 2014 to June 2015 in the Agniar estuary (Lat.10° 20' N Long.79° 23’E) Adirampattinam southeast coast of India. The range of distribution of copper in the estuarine water and sediments are found to be 3.8 to11.6 µg/g and 33.3- 41.1 µg/g respectively. In both water and...

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