July 2016

  1. Sujit Kumar Datta and Siamul Huq Rabbany
    Bangladesh is one of the fastest growing economies among the countries with similar nature. The country has made a notable progress during the MDG era despite several political and environmental challenges. At the end of MDG a new era has just begun with much more diversified targets called Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SDG is a...
  2. Juliana Rotkangmwa Bodang
    This thesis hinges on the premise that the significant survival of any person or any nation depends on the health of the people. This means that one needs to maintain an equilibrium that is not threatened at any moment by forces and caprices beyond his or her foresight and control to be able to live a healthy life. The health of every individual...
  3. Dr. Vidya Vilas Kadam and Pratik Satpute
    Today, it is see that the hospitality industry has flourished and become a major source of revenue generation all over the world. The growth of hospitality industry led to emergence of many hotel chains in India. The Pune city has also shown a drastic change in number of hotels in the last 15 years. In 1999 there were only 4 nos. of 5 star hotels...
  4. Manesh Choubey
    The objective of the paper is to analyse the indebtedness through microfinance institutions in Bihar and Jharkhand. The data were collected from microfinance institutions operating in Bihar and Jharkhand. Over-indebtedness had become a problem in India because of the increased number of microcredit institutions, a lack of regulation and the...
  5. Tahereh Poordast, Tahereh Taheri, Athar Rasekh, Fatemeh Sadat Najib, Elham Askary
    Introduction: Vacuum extraction during particularly difficult cesarean delivery use by some surgen. This procedure may decrease the length of incision and extension of uterine incision and complications of C/S such as post operation bleeding and neuropathic pain. However, some cases reported that the routine use of vacuum in cesarean delivery may...
  6. Pooja Upadhyay and Poonam Prakash
    A fatty acid was isolated and purified from pear fruit (Pyrus pyrifolia) peel extract by using column chromatography technique and evaluated its antioxidant activity by 1, 1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical-scavenging assay and reducing power assay. The isolated compound was identified as Gadoleic acid on the basis of nuclear magnetic...
  7. Peter Onwudinjo and Chinaka C. Mgbojirikwe
    One major concern of Fela’s Afrobeat music is to authenticate, entrench and amplify the collective dream of Nigerian people. The thrust of Afrobeat manifests in glaring confrontational and militant lyrics and tones of the songs. It is obvious that various indigenous governments in Africa have betrayed their fellow kinsmen at the turn of...
  8. Ogeya O. Fredrick, LosengeTuroop, OtienoWashington and KyaloMung'atu
    Strategies of managing and controlling devastating bacterial wilt of tomato are investigated by fitting binary logistic models to data consisting of dummy response variable of its incidents on reported cases to the plant clinics. Binary logistic methods are used for fitting such models to data describing the distribution and incidents of bacterial...
  9. Sanaullah, T., Wahid, A., Javed, F. and Sadia, B.
    Salinity is the most damaging factor towards crop production. Observing the possible role of thiourea in salinity tolerance, experiments were carried out using optimized thiourea level (400 µM) at which two maize hybrids may show improved growth and physiological attributes in autumn and spring seasons. Salt stress caused a substantial suppression...
  10. Dr. Qaseem Mohammad Salim Hamadneh
    This study aimed to find out the level of the tasks assigned to the teachers of the first three grades of the primary school in Bani Kinana Directorate of Education from their perspectives, the study sample consisted of (253) male and female teachers for the academic year 2014/2015, where the study tool, which consisted of four fields (tasks...
  11. Toyanath Khanal
    This paper discusses about the contribution of head teacher as instructional leaders to reduce educational losses including dropout and repetition rate and promoting students learning competency in secondary education. I discussed available literature, state my best experiences during my teaching career and field experiences of research works...
  12. MobinaParveen, JagatpatiTah, Narayan Chandra Chatterjee
    Six accessions of Amaranthussp procured from National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR), New Delhi. Among the six accessions, IC 95609 was highly susceptible to root rot and stem decay disease which causes loss in productivity. Root rot and stem decay disease caused by Fusariumsolani which affects different agro-morphological traits of the...
  13. Manjula R. Iyer
    Women Entrepreneur is a person who accepts challenging role to meet her personal needs and become economically independent. The state of Kerala is the industrially developing area in which some of the entrepreneurs excel in small scale industry. Even though the government organizes women by various associations, they are not ready to undertake the...
  14. Osvaldo Silva, Helena Bacelar-Nicolau, Fernando Nicolau and Áurea Sousa
    The aim of this work on cluster analysis is to provide a methodology to analyse and assess the quality of a selected partition (the best partition according to several validation indexes). In the proposed approach, the evaluation of the stability and of the consistency of the results of the selected partition (original partition) was done using...
  15. Sait Akbaşlı, Lütfi Üredi and Hakan Ulum
    One of the determinant factors contributing to the professional development of teachers is the school manager, since the school managers' administration manner determines the speed and capacity of development. With this study, the managerial approaches adopted at schools and their effects on teachers' professional development are aimed to be found...
  16. I Ketut Gede Harsana and I Made Karda
    The spirituality performed by the Hindus at Senduro Village cannot be separated from the context of the relationship between the dominant culture of the Bali Hindus and the subculture of the Hindus at Senduro Village. The Bali Hindus who are stronger culturally, economically and symbolically affect the spirituality performed the Hindus at Senduro...
  17. Aziz BABOUNIA and Ouail EL IMRANI
    The activity of the seaports is a major economic and financial challenge for the economy. They are crucial points for the transfer of cargo and passenger marine mode fluvial or terrestrial mode. Transport is the lifeblood of the economy. Indeed, 95% of Moroccans are choosing the road to move, and 4/5 of goods carried out phosphates pass through...
  18. Dr. Sreekumar, V.N.
    Diabetes is a chronic health problem with devastating, yet preventable consequences. It is characterized by high blood glucose levels resulting from defects in insulin production, insulin action, or both. Globally, rates of type 2 diabetes were 15.1 million in 2000; the number of people with diabetes worldwide is projected to increase to 36.6...
  19. Durbek Sayfullaev
    The twentieth century has witnessed significant transformations in making of foreign policy. Actors and institutions involved in foreign affairs have increased in number and scope as democratic ideas have triumphed in most parts of the world. In particular, direct involvement of national parliaments in the external affairs of states has increased...
  20. Monika, M. and Kaliyamurthy, K.
    Climate in the natural sense is referred to as the condition of the weather at a place over a period of years as exhibited by temperature, wind, velocity and precipitation but these features of the natural climate cannot be incorporated to define organizational climate. Organizational climate should be viewed from a total system perceptive. It is...
  21. Dr. Kanaka Rao, U. and Ramesh, S.
    In this paper an attempted is made to understand Retailer satisfaction towards PepsiCo with special reference to Nimbooz7up. The global soft drink industry is currently expanding quite rapidly. This is due to two major factors. First, markets are expanding rapidly in developing countries and second people are turning toward natural, healthy, and...
  22. İbrahim Canpolat, Enis Karabulut and Sema Cakir
    The sedative effects of intranasal dexmedetomidine, ketamine and morphinecombination were evaluated in rabbits. A combination of 0.1 mg/kg dexmedetomidine, ketamine 20 mg/kg and 0.4 mg/kg morphine was administered by inserting a lubricated catheter in intranasal. The sedation score was classified as ‘deep’ from 2 to 20 minutes, ‘moderate’ from 20...
  23. Rahul Eragula
    An extraordinary pioneer never pays special mind to a taking after, however he merits it. When we take a gander at a large portion of these pioneers, the hopeful quality they ordinarily enforce is quietude, which remained a key to their prosperity, giving the hoards a chance to tail them this day. Representatives imagine that they have learnt so...
  24. Persefoni Polychronidou, Paraskevi Panagiotidou and Ioanna Magkousi
    The aim of this paper is to study the relation of the course 'Principles of Economic Theory' of Lyceum (secondary education) with the curriculum of Accounting Departments in Greece. An empirical research is realised to students of three Accounting Departments in Greece, in order to study this relation. Information and comments regarding the course...
  25. Navjot Singh, AmarjeetKaur and Bikramjit Singh Gill
    The present investigation was conducted in the litchi orchard of Sh. S.S. ParmarNangal, Pathankot and in the laboratory of department of horticulture, Khalsa College, Amritsar in the year 2015 to assess the effect of foliar application of zinc sulphate and boron both at the concentrations of 0.3 %, 0.6% and 0.9% on the yield and quality of litchi...
  26. Inês Neves Caldas, Paula Cristina Correia and Marisa Santos Silva
    Introduction: Somatization is a generic term to define a group of experiential, cognitive and behavioral characteristics of patients suffering from physical symptoms. In this scope, some previous studies have reported a relation between somatic symptoms and disorders related to anxiety and depression. Objective: The knowledge about this issue in...
  27. Mahinda Henegedara, G.
    Decline farm product prices and the subsequent effect of diminishing farm income become a core factor of sustaining peasant agriculture in developing countries. The small holding agriculture concentrated on paddy and vegetables farming in Sri Lanka also suffered from the issue causing many threats to sustain the industry. Nearly 30 percent of the...
  28. Dr. Saraswathi Gopal, K. and Dr. Shanmuga Sundaram, M.
    Profitability Epidermoid cysts are cystic malformations lined with squamous epithelium;they constitute 1.6% to 6.9% of all cysts in the head and neck area. It is an benign tumour originates from an ectopic ectodermal tissue commonly affect the males of 3rd and 4th decade. Here we present a case with an uncommon complication affecting a female of...
  29. Krishma, Nidhi Sagar, Mamta and Jasbir Kaur
    There are many myths prevalent in Indian scenario. Sometimes, these hinder the provision of antenatal services and ultimately effect antenatal practices.A descriptive (comparative) design with convenience sampling technique 100 married women were selected. Structured questionnaire and structured checklist were used. Analysis was done by using...
  30. Manimekalai, G., Sangavai, R. and Dhivaharan, V.
    The present study deals with the diversity, of soil fungi from different Agricultural fields and un cultivated soils of Nagapattinam Taluk Nagapatinam District, Tamil Nadu. Soil samples were collected at various seasons (Monsoon, Premonsoon, Summer, Postmonsoon) from three villages. The physico chemical parameters of the soils were identified. The...
  31. Digvijay Singh Yadav, Shweta Jaiswal, Mishra, M. K. and Gupta, A. K.
    Synthetic dyes and pigments are used in a wide range of industries. The present study was carried out to detect the non-permitted dyes added to bakery and dairy products. Different types of products were collected from local areas of Allahabad like 8 samples of cake, 8 samples of pastry were analysed for identification of the added synthetic food...
  32. Sergius Nwannebuike Udeh and Mr. Nweke Clement
    This paper examined the role of effective internal audit in public accountability using the staff of Accountant-General and Auditor-General’s offices in Enugu State of Nigeria. It made use of 3 specific objectives, 3 research questions and 3 hypotheses. The population of the study was 430 which comprised 318 Accountants and 112 Auditors. From...
  33. Daniel Galily
    Although the literature does not provide much information on the membership of Eli Cohen in, the Order of Freemasons, it is clear from the findings in the article that his membership in the Order and Learning his principles constituted an important factor in his life.
  34. Dimple Kasana, Dr. Deepthi Nair, Dr. Bhawna Sharma and Bhowmik, K.T.
    Hospital-acquired infection (HAI) negatively impacts on patient outcomes and causes substantial additional resources to be deployed. About 25% of patients admitted to hospital and nursing homes in the country acquire hospital acquired infections
  35. Gunaseelan, B. and Dr. Pazhanivelu, G.
    The quality of teaching and learning mathematics has been one of the major challenges and concerns of educators. Knowing the factors affecting math achievement is particularly important for making the best design decisions. This article was constructed to identify the factors affecting the math achievement of students through collecting the...
  36. Dr. Bipul Kumar Nath
    The words ‘’Chemistry” and “Alchemy” have been derived from “Khem”, an ancient name for Egypt. The history of chemistry represents a time span from ancient history to the present. By 1000 BC, civilizations used technologies that would eventually form the basis to the various branches of chemistry. Many chemists lived long ago, so what happened a...
  37. Mohamed A. M. SALLAM and Mohamed R. NEFFATI
    This paper explains how externality of human capital enhances TFP growth. It measures the sensitivity of TFP growth to human capital quality in different levels of return to scales by using the appropriate method of growth accounting. Applying this method to some transition economies; Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, we proved an existence...
  38. Solanki Pattanayak and Dipankar Dey
    Security plays a vital role in our communication system through internet. For this reasons, we protect data from unauthorized users using appropriate encryptions algorithm. Using encryption we convert plain text to cipher text using our proposed secret key and similarly using inverse key we can decrypt the original text. In this algorithm, we...
  39. Vijaya Sekhar Reddy, K., Bindu Madhavi, P. and Rajesh, B.
    In this paper introduce the development of Human Resource Management (HRM) from a historical perspective and explain the debate between HRM and personnel management. Human Resource Management is a process, which consists of four main behavior, explicitly, achievement, progress, inspiration, as well as maintenance of human resources. This is to...
  40. Gezahagn Kebede, Getnet Assefa, Fekede Feyissa and Alemayehu Mengistu
    Vetch species and their accessions were evaluated for seed yield and yield components at Holetta (nitosol) and Ginchi (vertisol) conditions in the central highlands of Ethiopia. The experiment was conducted in randomized complete block design with three replications. The seed yield and its related performance were highly influenced by environment...
  41. Nguyen Thi Lan, M.A.
    Purpose – To share the experiences and challenges faced by the researchers in building standardized tools for subject cataloging work. Design/methodology/approach – This research used analyzing literature, observation, statistics methods to figure out the cataloging principles and methods and settings as well as integrating subject headings....
  42. Claire Lajaunie and Serge Morand
    A common work on the link between health and environment is conducted in Southeast Asia, hotspot of emerging infectious diseases with potential pandemic risk and hotspot of biodiversity at threat. This study aims to analyze the local impacts of global changes on zoonotic diseases linked with biodiversity and local perceptions of environmental and...
  43. Rohana and Syamsuddin
    The purpose of this research resulted in a model reading Instructional materials for first grades of Elementary students use contextual approach in the form of textbooks and worksheets. This book is very helpful teachers and students to achieve this goal, researchers used a model of development: (1) pre-development through literature studies,...
  44. Yeail Joo, Dunsol Go, Jiwon Yang, Sangmoo Lee and Chaemin Shin
    Objectives: To suggest a framework and managing requirements for the temporary approval of new health technology (TANHT) that can meet the needs of patients who have suffered from rare diseases. Methods: We investigated the Korean healthcare insurance and overseas policies for clinical trials and Coverage with Evidence Development (CED) through a...
  45. Gezahagn Kebede, Fekede Feyissa, Getnet Assefa, Alemayehu Mengistu, Muluneh Minta and Tadesse T/Tsadik
    Ten Napier grass accessions were evaluated for agronomic performance and nutritive values at Holetta agricultural research center during the main cropping seasons of 2011-2014. The experiment was conducted in randomized complete block design with three replications. Diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertilizer at the rate of 100 kg/ha was uniformly...
  46. Priyanka Sahni
    The article highlights the medical innovations in the Indian healthcare industry with reference to the new startups. There is a paradigm shift from use of traditional health services to Electronic Healthcare (e-Health) and Mobile healthcare (m-Health) services. The articlefocuses on the benefits and the lacunae attached to new innovations.
  47. Abid Thyab Al Ajeeli
    This paper describes techniques that simulate a number of statistical distribution models in order to understand the behavior of manufacturing system processes and to identify irregularities. These simulation techniques provide top management with clear understanding of the flow of manufacturing activities. Manufacturing productivity can...
  48. Priyanka Sharma, Manoj Jais, Poonam Gupta, Suraiya Ansari, Hemlata Lall, Madhumita Debbarma and Ravinder Kaur
    Introduction: Segregation forms the backbone of Biomedical waste (BMW) management, and the hospitals lack segregation practices which ultimately results in the mixing of BMW with the general waste, and the whole waste stream becomes contaminated & hazardous. Though BMW management rules in India were framed in 1998, many hospitals are still...
  49. Gagnesh Jain, Vaishant Gupta, Sohit Agrawal and Mukesh Pandey
    Environment is hazard severely by too many activities construction is one of them. A construction project in all over the world is a serious cause concern of environmental degradation. It badly affects the environment and ecosystem. Increasing construction site pollution due to increasing construction activities has harmed the environment and...
  50. Dr. Rashmi Sharma and Dr. Arnab Sinha
    Spine injuries is a serious medical condition that has a major impact on the quality of life of the patient. Although there is a varying consensus among treating physicians, surgical fixation of a traumatic fracture of the thoracic or lumbar spine is considered necessary if axial and rotational stability is severely impaired or if a neurologic...
  51. Razia Sultana, Raghu B.P. and Shashidhar Buggi
    Indoor air pollution from burning of traditional biomass fuel such as wood, dung, and agricultural wastes for daily household cooking is a major problem in rural India. Although it is known that biomass smoke contains a wide spectrum of potentially toxic compounds, its effect on public health is relatively unexplored. In view of this, the health...
  52. Dragoslav Marinković
    Relationships among genes, not individual alleles, are basic units of developmental information, targets of inheritance and selection. The smallest functional combination of an allele is the ratio with other alleles in a polygenic system, and amount of homo- and heterozygous relationships could determine especially the development of quantitative...
  53. Virendra Singh Rajpurohit, Ajeet Kumar Saharan, Sunita Sharma
    Background: Case-based learning (CBL) is being utilized in medicine, nursing, and physiotherapy educational programs as a method to improve problem solving, critical thinking, and decision making. Although the use of CBL has increased, the student characteristics that predict performance during case-based instruction have not yet been determined....
  54. Dr. Beatrice M. Ohaeri, Ijeoma C. Obinwa and Ikenna N. Ojeigbe
    Background: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women both in the developed and less developed countries. Adequate information about the disease could promote early detection and prompt intervention. However, despite the various awareness campaign instituted by governmental and non-governmental bodies, its incidence continues to increase....
  55. Dr. Arivan Mahmood Hama and Dr. Darya Khalid Mahmood
    Background: Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are a collective term given to a number of clinical problems that involve the masticatory musculature, the temporomandibular joints and associated structures, or both.Aim: to assess various TMJ dysfunction signs among the partially edentulous patients. Methodology: Temporomandibular disorders...
  56. Basheer, S.K., Sulthan Shaheed, S.K., Jayasri, S., lakshmi Sai, K. and Satyanarayana, V.
    Pulmonary-renal syndromes are a group of disorders characterized by necrotizing glomerulo nephritis and pulmonary hemorrhage. The coexistence of circulating anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA) and anti-glomerular basement membrane (GBM) disease in children affected by this syndrome is exponential; with unfavorable out come in five out of...
  57. Juan M. Loeza-Corte, Erika T. Díaz-Orejan, Eulogio De la Cruz-Torres, Juan M. García-Andrade, Arturo Olivar-Hernández, Edgar J. Vargas-Ramírez, Rodolfo C. Reséndiz-Melgar, Ernesto Díaz-López and Alejandro Morales-Ruiz
    In order to determine the effect of eleven levels of 60Co gamma radiation on some agronomic attributes of Jamaica, seeds were irradiated in Transelektro LGI-01 model at the Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares. The plants were planted in black polyethylene bags of 5 kg capacity, using as substrate tezontle red and using the Steiner...
  58. Shamima Khatoon and Ruchi Yadav
    Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP) is a form of peripheral neuropathy, often difficult to diagnose. It’s an auto immune disorder, due to subtle occurrence, this disease is not much studied and mostly people are unaware of symptoms and cause. In this paper protein interaction map has been constructed that shows the...
  59. Srikanth. S, Manish K Pandey, Bala Chiranjeevi. Ch, Hajira. SK, Vijay Kumar. S, MBVN Kousik, Bhadana VP, Sheshu Madhav. M, Suneetha. K, Subba Rao LV, Kumaraswamy. M, Archana Giri, Laxmi Narasu. B, Shobha Rani. N, and Sundaram RM.
    Bacterial blight and blast are two major destructive diseases in rice, particularly in basmati growing areas. For sustainable basmati rice production, there is a need to identify new resistant sources and improve the elite Basmati varieties against the two diseases. Vallabh Basmati is an elite variety, long slender grain, medium duration and...
  60. Taruna Bhati, Prerna Nathawat, Sandeep Kumar Sharma, Priyanka Rathore and Anil Kumar Kataria,
    In the present study 38 Staphylococcus aureus isolates from subclinical mastitis cases in Holstein-Friesian (H-F) crossbred and Rathi (a native breed) cattle were characterized on the basis of their cultural, biochemical and haemolytic properties after confirmation by 23S r RNA based genotyping. The overall incidence of subclinical mastitis was 44...
  61. Otitolaiye, C. A. and Asokan, C.
    Cnidoscolus aconitifolius is a potential folklore medicinal plant used for the treatment of many diseases and infections. The leaves were extracted using non-polar solvents (diethyl ether and ethanol). These were subjected to qualitative phytochemical screening using standard procedures. Subsequent analysis of these extracts by GC-MS revealed that...
  62. Mohammmed AbdALLA Adam Elmaleeh
    Early detection of bearing faults in rotating machines plays an important role in industrial plants since it avoids the occurrences of serious failure in many parts of the machinery that causes plant failure. It allows the detection of abnormalities and problems at incipient stages which helps in the early of intervention of maintenance and...
  63. Sathish Kumar P. and Sathish Kumar K.
    The OHTC (Over Head Travelling Cleaner) is a textile cleaning unit which is used in all textile frames such as spinning, speed frame, weaving, roving, winding etc. The main function of the OHTC unit is used to clean the cotton waste, bluffs and prevents them entering into the frames of the machines to produce fine threads for different application...
  64. Hiwot Digafe Berihun, Venkata Ramayya and Emanuela Colombo
    Aim of the study is Life Cycle Exergy Analysis (LCExA) is as indicator of sustainability measure for wind farm found in Ethiopia. The method employed contains three phases: Identification of goal and scope of the study, life cycle inventory of the system and calculation of Exergy of in and out of the materials and energy flow into the system....
  65. Mehmet Nuri İNEL, Serkan ETİ and Hakan YILDIRIM
    Profitability is always amain consideration for businesses. Business and academicians have researched in order to determine the factors affecting profitability due to the importance of this issue. In this study, return on assets is modeled and compared with two different methods. Artificial Neural Network and Decision Tree are established with...
  66. Rasnika Amra and Shalini Agarwal
    Bullying is a problem that affects all children- those who bully, those who are victimized, and those who are witnesses to interpersonal violence. It is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate or aggressively to impose domination over others and most common among children in middle childhood which need to be controlled. The aim...
  67. Dr. Saxena, K. L., Sewak, R. and Stea, R.
    In the wake of widespread fluoride occurrence in groundwater, the incidence of endemic fluorosis across the country is alarming. In the year 2009, the Central Ground Water Board and Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission reported 218 and 229 districts to be affected with high fluoride content in groundwater, particularly in the states of...
  68. Dr. Singh, R.K.
    SisymbriumirioLinn (Family: Cruciferae (Seeds) is folklore medicine commonly known as Khakshi , is known to have wide range of Pharmacological activity. The seed is used as expectorant, stimulant, asthma, externally used as stimulating poultice. We reported previously the protective action of Sisymbriumirioin experimental bronchial asthma. The...
  69. Iveta Megrelishvili, Zurab Khidesheli, Levan Ujmajuridze and Nino Chiqovani
    Grapevine infections are one of the most viral diseases affecting grapevines throughout the world. The impact on vine health, crop yield and quality is difficult to assess due to a high number of variables, but significant economic losses are consistently reported over the lifespan of a vineyard if intervention strategies are not implemented....
  70. Dr. Meena Mishra
    Fly ash from a thermal power plant is spread and distributed in the surrounding areas by air and may be deposited on the soil of the nearby region. Thus the radioactivity levels of the soil samples may alter and it is quite important to estimate the changes. Can technique using LR-115 type II solid state nuclear track detector has been employed...
  71. Dlamini, S., Tesema, M. W. and Assefa, Y.
    Farmers’ perception of insect pests and effectiveness of their management tactics are crucial in improving yields of maize. Surveys were conducted in the small scale maize farmers in Highveld and Middleveld regions of Swaziland to gain insights into farmers’ perceptions of maize pests and pest management practices. Interviews administered to 61...
  72. Amala Viviani Rajan and Maria Kamalam
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the childhood disorders in India that has been the attention of both the medical and educational fields. A child with ADHD faces many challenges in reading. The present study focuses on the sub skills relating to Concepts of Print, components of decoding and reading comprehension. Eighty...
  73. Siri, B.N., Etchu K.A., Manka, S.N., Emoh, S.B., Atemkeng, M.F and Nounamo, L.
    The need to increase productivity of Haricot beans and improve on the livelihood of farmers led to the introduction of improved Haricot beans with shorter life cycle, high yielding and resistant to pest and diseases. Despite these positive benefits, effective adoption has been slow as farmers remain reluctant to adopt most of these varieties. The...
  74. Sindhuja, P. and Dr. Asokhan, M.
    Personality assessment using projective techniques is aim to assess the personality of a respondents using projective techniques, in early days there were various methods used to assess the personality. Pherenology, Phsiognomy, Pelmistry and astrology were some of the pseudo-scientific methods but these methods of assessment are not at all...
  75. Sunardi, Mithen and Onesimus
    This study aimed to determine the influence of subjective norms of the communities in the watershed Mamasa to the behavior of preserving neighborhoods. This research was quantitative research. The population in this research was the whole community that settled in the region of watershed Mamasa. They Consist of 16 700 head of family. The numbers...
  76. Dr. Jehangir Bharucha
    The paper analyses two enterprises in the monopolistically competitive doughnut industry in Mumbai: ‘Mad Over Donuts’ and ‘Krispy Kreme’ and their operative strategies. It concludes that while Krispy Kreme may have the better product, it has a higher price, fewer locations and not enough promotional activity.
  77. Tri Wiji Nurani, Prihatin Ika Wahyuningrum, Sugeng Hari Wisudo, Risti Endriani Arhatin and Soraya Gigentika
    Knowledge of the existence of fish in the sea is very important to decide the right time for fishing operation. The aim of this study is to decide the right time for fishing operation in the Indian Ocean FMA 573, through 1) information about fishing season of tuna in three different waters in the Indian Ocean i.e, East Java Province, Yogyakarta...
  78. Majid Sajjadian, Ehsan Esmaeilpour Motlagh and Mohammad Ashrafi
    This research focus on the formulation, development and testing a new additive in synthetic based drilling fluid include of amine-treated Quebracho agent . Traditionally invert emulsion drilling fluids have been formulated to achieve optimum performance of drilling operation because of the high level of wellbore stability and penetration rates by...
  79. Marta Somaini, Marinella Astuto, Per-Arne Lonnqvist, Carmelo Minardi, RitaScalisi, Andrea Sanna and Pablo M. Ingelmo
    Central to both clinical care and research is the use of observational assessment tools that help recognition and quantification of different behaviors in young children. In clinical practice it is common to experience difficulties when trying to discriminate between emergence delirium (ED) and pain after general anesthesia. The aim of this study...
  80. Dr. Selwin Gabriel and Dr. Sridevi, G.
    Memory and perception are valuable possessions of mankind. But these possessions are influenced by various physical, emotional and environmental factors. So, the present study planned to investigate the influence of gender on memory and perceptual ability. Results revealed that short term memory showed statistically significant increase in...
  81. Menicagli, R. and Menicagli, L.
    Introduction and Objectives: The aim of this study is to check the possibility to use the tests with micronuclei in saliva for cases doubts detected in screening for breast cancer Material and Methods: The principal search on Pub Med (MEDLINE), Home Genetic Reference is for articles published from Jan 1, 2000 to Dec 31, 2001,for the keywords...
  82. Eihab Idris Mohammed, Babikr Ahmed Mohamed, Fath Elrahman Mahdi Hassan Gameel and Mansoor Mohammed Mansoor
    Aim: we conducted our study to evaluate coagulation profile in Sudanese Pediatric Patients with leukemia. Materials and methods: This study is a prospective analytical case control study was conducted to evaluate coagulation profile in 97 Sudanese pediatric patients with leukemia; the population comprises all male and female pediatric patients,...
  83. Dr. Supriya Kumar Mandal, Dr. Barindranath Mallick, Dr. Ranjan Bhattacharyya, Dr. Sumita Bhattacharyya, Dr. Utpal Ray and Dr. Madhab Kr Mondal
    Background: Scalp dysesthesia is a common mode of presentation in rural West Bengal. The study aims at finding radiological correlation withbnimaging of cervical spine with the presenting symptoms. Introduction: Most of these cutaneous pain symptoms are not attributed to any pathophysiology. The range of complaints vary widely from tingling,...
  84. Dr. Khalida Naz Memon and Prof. Aneela Atta Ur Rahman
    Introduction: Marriages between blood relatives are nowadays cultural norms & are least researched in relation to adverse child health outcomes. The fetal growth ratio can be used to demonstrate this effect. Objective: To determine the effect of consanguinity on fetal growth ratio. Methods: Cross-sectional data was collected through filling of...
  85. Everlyn Kamene Nguku, Boniface Mutua Ngoka and Suresh Kumar Raina
    This study assessed properties of silk produced by three selected strains of the domesticated silkworm Bombyx moriviz. ICIPE I, ICIPE II and Chun-Lei X Zheng Zhu reared in Kenya. Selected silk characteristics were evaluated and performance tested to determine its suitability as a textile material. The study established that winding breaks and...
  86. Melek TASSOKER and Sevgi OZCAN
    Parotid, submandibular, and sublingual glands are the major paired salivary glands. Imaging of the salivary glands has an important role in examination of morphology and function, to establish a diagnosis, for treatment, and for surgical planning. There are several options for diagnostic imaging: plain radiography, sialography, ultrasound (US),...
  87. Toru Ishikawa
    An 81-year-old man with chronic hepatitis C and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) underwent radiofrequency ablation (RFA). After three week, third degree skin burns occurred a bilateral anterior thighs grounding electrode pad site. To prevent skin burning due to electrode pad there is a need for cooling and steroid application if there is redness.
  88. Dr. Krishna Prasad, Dr. Vivek, H., Dr. Praveen, G.P., Dr. Muni Reddy and Dr. SandeepReddi
    The authors report a patient with the rare presentation of unilateral external jugular vein thrombosis. A 45 year male presented with swelling over left side of the neck and puffiness of the face. Physical examination revealed cord like thickening of left external jugular veins. Doppler studies showed thrombosis of left external jugular vein. No...
  89. Eman G. Behiry, Rami A. Metwalli and Ahmed M. Hussein
    Inflamatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is an idiopathic ailment, most likely including an invulnerable response of the body to its own particular intestinal tract. Separation amongst chrons disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC) is still troublesome. Faecal neutrophil-derived proteins (mainly calprotectin and lactoferrin) assessment is receiving...
  90. Rajesh Kumar Sahoo, Deeptimanta Ojha and Satyabrata Dash
    Many metaheuristic algorithms are used for solving different optimization problems efficiently. From these metaheuristic algorithms, nature-inspired optimization algorithms are widely used to find better solutions and their best results. In this paper, five types of metaheuristic algorithms such as Particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm, Bee...
  91. Mr. Yogesh R. Tambe and Prof. Hemant salunkhe
    Pratha Samajik Sanstha marked the celebration of Children’s Day and World Toilet Day by carrying out a community sensitization and awareness programme on cleanliness, sanitation, health and hygiene across the slums of Ramabai Nagar, Kamraj Nagar, Nalanda-RTO and Netaji Nagar in collaboration with Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (Municipal...
  92. Mr. Pramod Sarwade and Prof. Hemant salunkhe
    Delays to projects is one of the most important concerns of the construction industry. The delays to the projects affect the economies throughout the world. Delay to projects means the slowdown of development in all other related fields. Identifying whether the delay is critical or not helps in taking appropriate decisions at the correct time....
  93. Ankit Choudhary, Vaishant Gupta and Mukesh Pandey
    Now a day a construction industry growing on a large scale methods and quality of work, improved but due to increase in the construction the land space for living were made available by deforestation which result in Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions which in turn increasing carbon footprints in nature which is very dangerous for environment. On the...
  94. Roy, B. N., Agula Rajiv and Das, G. S.
    In this reviewed research paper the combined influence of stress and corrosive environment on the austenitic stainless steel has been discussed. Growth of cracks in corrosive environments has been studied. Corrosion is a process created by the reaction (chemical or electrochemical) between a material, often a metal or alloy, and its environment...
  95. Ahmed F. El-sayed, Mohamed S. Emeara, Mohamed A. El-habet
    The turbofan engine had many developments in the past 60 years and becomes the common power plant employed in both civil airliners and military aircrafts. It combines the advantages of both of turboprop engines (high propulsive efficiency and thrust) and turbojet engines (high flight speed and altitude). To cope with the needs of high thrust...
  96. Amanpreet Kaur, Neha Singla, Nidhi Sagar and Jasbir Kaur
    The study was carried out to assess the attitude regarding “gender biasness among primigravida women” attending antenatal OPD‟s at selected hospitals”. Despite of gender equality all over the world, still there is positive attitude towards gender biasness among primigravida women. In India, thousands of studies have been done on son preference and...
  97. Ambaga, M.
    By our suggestion, the buffering capacity of erythrocyte membrane surroundings in relation to free protons, formed in the proton and electron conductance is the process implemented within the full 9 stepped cycle of proton conductance inside the Human Body proposed by Ambaga and Tumen-Ulzii (2015, 2016) leading to reutilization of diffused protons...
  98. Dr. Dalia Biswas, Dr. Fulzele, R. Dr. Meena Deogade, Dr. Shweta Parwe, Dr. Neelima Thosar and Ms. Ranjana Sharma
    Background: VIHASA is a UK based programme developed by Janki Foundation. All healthcare professionals have to heal themselves first, then innculcate knowledge, training & lastly, put them into practice. Objective: Update physicians to heal them selves, Learn through experience & Bring the experiential relevance to work. Methodology: A...

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