October 2016

  1. Priyadarshini, M. and Selvi, R.
  2. Gopalan, M.A., Vidhyalaksmi, S., Shanthi, J.
  3. Hiranmayee Mishra
    Right to education is fundamentally linked to the realization of potential of an individual which ultimately fosters human dignity. As a socio-economic right, right to education casts positive obligation on the State and was therefore placed under the non-justiciable Directive Principles of State Policy under Part IV of the Indian Constitution....
  4. Avraham Mounitz
    Fish In this article I present a techno-ethical perspective of Kafka’s story “In the Penal Colony”. It is well known that Kafka was endowed with a penetrating perspective on reality as well as an aptitude for self-reflection. The combination of these two personality traits, together with his skill of metaphoric writing, created enigmatic multi-...
  5. Mehmet Murat Payam
    The issue of terrorism as a global problem occupies a large space in everybody’s lives nowadays. Thus, many researchers from different disciplines try to understand its origins, causes, objectives, effects and means of countering it. In countering terrorism, initially hard power has been used by countries all over the world as the main strategy...
  6. Astuti
    Leadership in school is one topic that is always interesting to be studied and researched, because most observed and at the same time the least understood phenomena. The objective of this paper is to describe principal roles in prcaticing an effective leadership in school. The result shows a pricipals's leadership role as a driving force in the...
  7. Arifin Utha and Rahman
    This study aims to analyze and describe the implementation of policies of civil servants placement to the structural positions. The study uses qualitative method, a procedure that emphasizes research on the characteristics of natural background, the researcher as an instrument, using in-depth interviews, observation and documentation as data...
  8. Dr. Kesari Singh
    Himachal Pradesh is a hill state which comprised about 90 per cent of its total population depending on forest resources for the subsistence needs of fuel wood, fodder, grazing, construction timber and other non-timber forest products for some of which there is no available substitutes. Such contributions of forests in the form of goods and...
  9. Gloria Gheno
    In many fields of research to study particular phenomena the analysis of model with interaction is very important. The interaction occurs when the effect of a variable on another variable varies with the varying of a third variable and vice versa. In the SEM analysis the interaction can create problems if the two cause-variables are endogenous, i....
  10. Liangtai Lin
    Structures of epithelia were found in two electron images of the Mars meteorite Lafayette. One image shows structures of pseudo stratified columnar epithelium, and the other image shows structures of simple cuboidal epithelium. These structures may not be biotic in origin if they are separately considered on the cellular level. However, inorganic...
  11. Pinki Rani, Dr. Dhanda, B. and Reetu Devi
    Personality is a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences their environment, cognitions, emotions, motivations, and behavioral science in various situations. The word "personality" originates from the Latin persona, which means mask. In the present study for comparing the personality traits of...
  12. Pinki Rani, Dr. B. Dhanda, Reetu Devi and Renu Bala
    Academic achievement refers to a student's success in meeting short- or long-term goals in education. In the present study for comparing the academic achievement of secondary school students of single-sex schools and co-educational schools a sample of 160 students was selected from different school of Hisar district. In the study academic...
  13. Augusto Renato Pérez Mayo and José Alberto Hernández Aguilar
    In this article the elements of crisis of a sociology are described, which deserves the emergent possibilities of new logics to understand the complexities through the concepts and categories different to the own nature of the social discipline, it means, elements coming from cybernetic the logic and the biology among others. It is presented the...
  14. Luz Stella Vallejo-Trujillo and Octavio Ramón Salazar San Andrés
    Nowadays, neuroscience has awakened a great interest in the scientific community and especially in what Organizational Cognitive Neuroscience is concerned, given that it allows the study of the brain activity of decision-making processes that organizational players carry out, when they face a diversity of factors, internal as well as those in...
  15. Masese Omete Fred and Dr. Uttam M. Kinange
    Social networking media is the buzz all about awareness and connection, and presently used for employee recruitment. The use of Internet in recruitment is not new. In fact, over the years, E-recruitment has become popular both among the employers as well as job seekers. Many of us are registered with one or more of the social networking sites...
  16. Prabodh Pradhan, Dr. Bhagirathi Nayak, and Dr. Sunil Kumar Dhal
    Time series modeling and prediction has ultimate meaning to various practical domains. Thus a lot of research works are going on in this subject during several years. Many significant models have been suggested in various literature for improving the precision and effectiveness of time series modeling and prediction. The goal of this article is to...
  17. Dr. Jaidka, M.L.
    The present study was undertaken to study the human rights awareness among the students of 10th class belonging to Govt-aided and private schools of rural and urban area of Distt. Moga of Punjab State. Descriptive survey was used to conduct the study. T-test was applied to compare the results. The major finding of the study reveals that more than...
  18. Anandita Dawn and Ranjan Basu
    The Empowered Action Group (EAG) of States in India includes Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Odisha and Assam. These States are in fact the backward ones in the field of human development in the country. The condition of maternal and child health in these States are extremely poor in...
  19. Emmanuel O. Oyemomi
    The paper: “A Comparative Study of the Person of God in the Bible and Allah in the Quran argues that the Supreme God of the universe is very well known to African Traditional religions through the gods who are considered as intermediaries working for Him to bridge the gap between the transcendent God and humans through the lesser gods. However,...
  20. Dr. Aja Sunday Nwambam and Shamaki Esther Baba
    The study was carried out in Ebonyi State to find out the opinion of students in the University on entrepreneurship education as a means of economic diversification in Nigeria. The study is a survey research designed guided by four research questions. All the students in Ebonyi State University (EBSU) Abakaliki and Federal University Ndufu Alike...
  21. Dr. Mabroka Alfoghi, Dr. Ismail Elghuwael and Dr. Amina Abograin
    Objectives: With respect to the issue that febrile seizures (FS)is the most common seizure type in children, the purpose of this study was to determine the epidemiological, clinicaland laboratory features of children admitted to Misurata Teaching Hospital with febrile seizures in2015 – 2016 and its comparison with similar studies in other parts of...
  22. Neurisvan Ramos Guerra, Maria Fernanda Melo Monteiro, Hevila Mara Moreira Sandes Guerra, 1Bruno Henrique Leal e Silva Alves, *1Edson Moura da Silva, Mateus Matiuzzi da Costa and Leucio Câmara Alves
    Trypanosoma vivax is a protozoan that infects a wide range of wild and domestic ungulates causing important economic losses on the livestock industry. Considering a recent outbreak in bovines from the state of Pernambuco, the aim of this study was to utilize the PCR as a tool to detect T. vivax DNA in the blood of animals from different regions (i...
  23. Faaiz Alhamdani
    Many published textbooks and articles dealt with qualitative research and its methodologies; still, it is difficult for a clinician without proper qualitative research background to be engaged with these texts. They represent a different research paradigm. The essence of qualitative research is to understand a phenomenon in a natural environment...
  24. Yogesh Ashok Sontakke, Sonali Adole and Parkash Chand
    Histology teaching and research depend on the quality of haematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stained sections. Over a period, slides fade and become uninterpretable even with good attempts for preservation. One of the principal causes of fading of H&E stained slides is the quality of the mounting media (DPX). Earlier studies have suggested the...
  25. Vinay Bal Singh Thakur
    Purpose: To evaluate the changes in knowledge and attitude of school teachers regarding Traumatic Dental Injuries (TDIs) following oral health education on initial dental trauma, in Sundernagar city of Himachal Pradesh. Methods: The study was based on a pre and post evaluation questionnaire with relevant questions to evaluate the level of...
  26. Nefed’ev L. A., Nefed’eva D.L., Sakhbieva A.R. and Khasanova D.R.
    The method for structure learning of DWI-images, based on the analysis of the few fractal dimensions of the set of image pixels was developed. It is shown that the study about the structure of DWI-images using few fractal dimensions can be used to describe the ischemic focus and to identify areas of irreversible changes in the brain. The...
  27. Sukienah Almuhsen and Roula Albounni
    The wear of teeth has become major factor limiting lifespans of dentition in mammalian population. Widely its related with high blood pressure. This study aimed to evaluate the relationship between high blood pressure and attrition, 24patients were divided into two groups. 12 healthy medical fitted, and 12 patients with high blood pressure. After...
  28. Ambaga, M.
    Among many researchers have been prevailed the opinions as if rlung, mkhris, badgan are living things, which are really existed inside human body along with 14 trillion living cells. By our suggestions the triple Rlung, Mkhris, Badgan theory of Traditional medicine strongly connected with the really existing morpho - functional unit such...
  29. Vasava Prasannkumar Ramjibhai, Jani, R. G., Rathva, A. N., Chauhan, D. M., and Patel, B. R.
    A study was undertaken to compare the efficacy of different therapeutic protocols in forty-five pregnancy toxaemic goats. All the pregnancy toxaemic goats were equally divided into group A, B, C, D and E. The group E containing drugs 25% Dextrose @ 10ml/kg B. Wt. IV, Once in a Day, Dexamethasone @3-5mg Total dose, IM/IV, OD and Propylene glycol...
  30. Pérez-Paulino Claudia Sarahí and Sánchez-Soto Juan Manuel
    The present study evaluated the functional capacity physics in patients with diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis in a hospital of specialties in Mexico through the scale Health Assessment Questionnaire (HAQ). Was applied to a sample of 17.4 per cent of the population which attended consultation in the period of study time, exclude patients with...
  31. John Antwi Apenteng, Genevieve Quaye, Esther Eshun Oppong and Christina Osei-Asare
    The evaluation of occupational health and safety hazards among quarry workers are relevant because of the number of high-risk activities involved. Ghana has witnessed various quarry accidents and health complaints associated with quarrying activities which have not been addressed. A cross sectional descriptive study was therefore conducted aimed...
  32. Bharti Prakashwadekar and Smita M. Dharmadhikari
    The aim of present study was to select potential probiotic from marine environment. A total of 203 strains isolated from six different coastal area of India were screened for bacteriocin production. Out of 203 strains there are 107 bacteria, 37 Yeastand 59actinomycetes. The 10 isolates from bacteria, 2 from yeast and 5 from actinomyceteshas shown...
  33. Elham Askary, Faridwh Mogharab and Afsoon Zareii ,Tahereh Poordast
    Objective: To investigate the correlation of the presence of meconium in amniotic fluid with perinatal outcome. Methods: Out of 1983 deliveries, 99 women were found to have meconium on spontaneous or artificial rupture membrane. For all the patients the following items have been checked: 5 minutes APGAR score and neonatal complications like the...
  34. Rita Moretti, Paola Caruso, Riccardo Signori, Antonio Tonon, Matteo Del Ben and Silvia Gazzin
    In the last decades radiotherapy induced brain injury has become an emerging issue for physicians. Brain RT-induced injury has been classified, according to its time of onset, into acute, early delayed, and late forms. The latter is not reversible. Etiopathogenesys of brain damage after RT has been at length discussed, vascular injury and white...
  35. Maria do Amparo Veloso Magalhães, Nelson Jorge Carvalho Batista and Ivana Grivicich
    NUT midline carcinoma (NMC) is a rare, highly lethal malignant epithelial tumor caused by rearrangements in the nuclear protein testis (NUT) gene in chromosome 15, and few studies have described the condition. This report describes NMC in an 8-year-old girl presenting an asymptomatic lesion on the tongue dorsum. Cervical lymph nodes were...
  36. Lígia Gabrielle dos Santos, CláudioTelöken, Bruno Hochhegger, CarlosTeodsio da Ros, Cláudia Giuliano Bica and Túlio Meyer Graziottin
    Introduction: Peyronie's disease (PD) is a tissue disorder acquired in the tunica albuginea (TA) of the penis and its pathophysiology is not completely understood. The disease is characterized by the development of a fibrous plaque which affects the inner layer of the corpus cavernosumTA. The estimated prevalence of PD is 3 to 9% and its incidence...
  37. Amal A.AL-Hakami, Rushaid N.A AL-Jurayyan and 1Nasir A.M. Al Jurayyan
    Gynecomastia, defined as a benign proliferative of the male’s breast glandular tissue, is a common finding in boys during childhood and adolescence, and usually caused by increased estrogen activity, decreased testosterone activity, or the use of numerous medications. Although most cases are benign and self-limiting, it may represent signs of an...
  38. Rodelio M. Garin
    On this modern era, teachers must consider instructional materials that would be used in teaching. One possible factor that hinders performance improvement is the type of material utilized by the learners. This study aims to observe the effects of the Indigenized teaching and Microsoft – Excel Worksheet as teaching material in Statistics on the...
  39. Yashwant B. Tambe, Rakshit Ameta and Seema Kothari
    The present study deals with the study of photocatalytic degradation of Erythrosin B under visible light in the presence of N-doped ZnO as a photocatalyst. N-doped ZnO was prepared by the solvent free method. The photocatalytic activity of ZnO and N-doped ZnO was compared by investigating the photodegradation of Erythrosin B dye under visible...
  40. Ayyaj. I. Nadaf, Akhtar I Nadaf, Shah, P. P. Bhanarkar, M. K.
    In this paper, state base approach for implementation and design of A grade batch vacuum pan is proposed. Nexgenie NG16-ADL Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is used to control the first batch vacuum pan. This design helps to improve operators’ interaction and with less intervention with ease. This system designed for auto mode and manual mode...
  41. Yogesh Survase and Upendra Saharkar
    Today there is large growth in industrialization; therefore industrial noise has become a big environmental Problem. The noise that is generated by machines in industries is termed as industrial noise. This noise interferes with communication between supervisors and staff. Continuous exposure to noise can cause fatigue, which often results in...
  42. Fang Wang
    A series of 5A-zeolite supported Rh catalysts were prepared using conventional impregnation method and their catalytic performances for CO preferential oxidation (PROX) in the presence of H2-rich steam were investigate extensively. The effects of calcination temperature, Rh loading amount and the existence of moisture have been studied in detail....
  43. Hana M. Gashlan and Asma B. Al-Beladi
    Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effect of clove oil and whether treatment with different doses of it could improve the kidney function in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Materials and Methods: Female albino rats (n=40) weighing (230-273 g) were divided into four groups. The first group (...
  44. Lutfiah Ismail Al Turk and Eftekhar Gabel Alsolami
    The generalized Jelinski-Moranda (GJ-M) model were suggested by Al turk and Alsolami [1] to offer several sub-models with different failurerate behaviour that can suit more different software development projects. The effectiveness of our suggestedgeneral formula is checked through a simulation study (see; Al turk and Alsolami [2]). In this paper...
  45. Poonam Rani and Bimla Dhanda
    Personality has given us a useful set of very broad dimensions that characterize individual differences in personality structure. This study assessed cultural influences on the openness component of the personality. A pair of 90 twins in the age group of 3-6 years from five cultural zones of state Haryana was taken. The data were analyzed for...
  46. Víctor Rodríguez Lizano and Mercedes Montero Vega
    Small dairy farms in Costa Rica are the most common; nonetheless milk and dairy industrialization is owned by few companies with large market power. The imminent entry to a free market, due to the Free Trade Agreement with United States, dairy imports are expected to increase in the upcoming years. This research analyzes through a Monte Carlo...
  47. Gajendra Singh, Pushkar Choudhary, Vishal Kumar Ratore, Rajveer Singh Rawat, Dr. Bhanwar Lal Jat
    A field experiment entitled "Performance of nitrogen and zinc levels on growth, yield, quality and economics of fodder pearl millet under Dry land condition” was conducted during kharif season of 2015-16 at the farm Of Agronomy in Bhagwant University, Ajmer (Rajasthan). The soil of experimental plot was sandy loam in texture, slightly alkaline in...
  48. Odiwuor Arony Florence and Anunda, N. H.
    In spite of strategies that has been put in place to achieve the 5th millennium goal of improving maternal health, maternal malnutrition continues to be a global problem. Women in poor rural communities often consume diets deficient in energy and therefore many other nutrients.. Population studies indicate that kilocalorie intake is usually less...
  49. Manjula, B. S. and Nataraj, S. K.
    Twenty five genotypes of dahlia were used to study the genetic variability, heritability, genetic advance and correlation for growth and yield contributing characters under Mudigere condition. Significant variations were observed for all twenty different characters studied. The study indicated that the moderate to high genotypic coefficient of...
  50. Abdul Fatahi Alidu, Mohammed Tanko and Adam Iddrisu
    Farmers in Savelugu-Nanton district are peasant in nature, only few are into smallholder farming for sales with the support of Non-Government Organisation Masara N’Arziki. The company gives input credit support to smallholder farmer and in return buy their produced. This study assessed factors that influence access to the project and the...
  51. Keswet, L. A., Damar, D.N. and Agbowuro, C.
    The problem of unemployment has remained intractable even in developed economies of the world. Unemployment is one of the social problems in Nigeria which has assumed a greater dimension. The Nigeria unemployment rate was recorded at 12.1% in the first quarter of 2016, translating into 20.57million. The situation in Nigeria is inherent in its...
  52. Chandirasekaran, V.
    A study was carried out in Erode, a tier-II city of Tamil Nadu with the objective to study the social and educational background of the respondents. Multistage sampling procedure was adopted to select 120 household respondents. Relevant data were collected through personal interview with the help of a pilot-tested interview schedule. An ex-post...
  53. Smucker, A.J.M., Yang, Z. Guber, A. K., He, X.C. Lai, F.H. and Berhanu, S.
    More food needs to be produced on soils located near consumer markets globally. This mandate requires innovative hydropedologic technology that produces more food with less water. Since most of the farmland is currently under production or has been badly eroded, more of the 26% land area occupied by highly permeable sand soils needs to be...
  54. Prabha Jisha
    Trans fatty acids, are a form of unsaturated fats having at least one double bond in their chemical structure. Trans fats (artificial) are now notorious as the worst fat in the food industry. Trans fats get generated when oils are only partially hydrogenated to generate semi-solid oils. This change may seem small, but it totally changes the fat's...
  55. Jehad M. H. Ighbareyeh, A. Cano-Ortiz, E. Cano Carmona, Mohammed M. H. Ighbareyeh, and Asmaa A. A. Suliemieh
    Plum (Prunus domestica L.) is one of the most important export crops in Palestine and climate effects on plum yield and prediction of yield in commercial plum production were studied. Palestine is the leading fresh and dried plum producer all over the world. We analyzed the mean annual temperature and precipitation using data from tenth weathers...

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