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ONLINE PAPER PUBLISHING - Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition

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CO(II), NI(II), CU(II) AND CR(III) COMPLEXES OF HETEROCYCLIC SCHIFF BASE LIGAND: SYNTHESIS, SPECTROSCOPIC AND THERMAL STUDY

Authors: A.P. THAKARE, P. R. MANDLIK

Abstracts: In the present atudy the Schiff base ligand was synthesized by condensing 1(3-chloro-6-hydroxy-2-methyl)ethanone with chlobenzaldehyde. From this ligand new transition metal complexes of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Cr(III) with a Schiff base ligand 3-(3-chloro-6-hydroxy-2-methylphenyl)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-4,5-dihydro-1H-pyrazol-1-yl)(pyridin-4-yl)methanone were synthesized and characterized on the basis of elemental, 1H NMR, IR, Mass, Electronic Spectra and molar conductance data. The thermal data has been investigated to observed degradation pattern and kinetic parameters Entropy Change (∆S), Free Energy Change (∆F) and Frequency Factor (Z) were calculated using Freemann-Carol and Sharp-Wentwoth method.

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Pages: 1-5

Cite this Article: A.P. Thakare, P. R. Mandlik , "CO(II), NI(II), CU(II) AND CR(III) COMPLEXES OF HETEROCYCLIC SCHIFF BASE LIGAND: SYNTHESIS, SPECTROSCOPIC AND THERMAL STUDY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 1-5 #ijarp


SOLID STATE FERMENTATION OF AGRO WASTE FOR INDUSTRIAL LIPASE PRODUCTION

Authors: SUSHMA KUDARI

Abstracts: Enzymes are among the most important products obtained for human needs through microbial sources. A large number of industrial processes in the areas of industrial, environmental and food biotechnology utilize enzymes. Current developments in biotechnology are yielding new applications for enzymes. Solid-state Fermentation holds tremendous potential for the production of enzymes. It can be of special interest in those processes where the crude fermented product may be used directly as the enzyme source. Potentially many high value products as enzymes, metabolites, antibiotics could be produced in SSF, and almost all known microbial enzymes can be produced under SSF systems. In recent years, the SSF processes have been increasingly applied for the production of lipase enzyme. A strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa was used for the production of lipase in solid cultures. The study included collection of agro-wastes including Sugarcane waste, Dal waste, Corn waste, Ground nut, Safflower and Niger seed waste. Lipase are used widely in detergents, food, flavour industry, biocatalyst resolution of pharmaceuticals, esters and amino acid derivatives, making of fine chemicals, agrochemicals, biosensor, a bioremediation cosmetics and perfumery. The present study was undertaken to examine the effectiveness of agro-wastes as a substrate for lipase production, purification, and characterization of the enzyme.

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Pages: 6-11

Cite this Article: Sushma Kudari , "SOLID STATE FERMENTATION OF AGRO WASTE FOR INDUSTRIAL LIPASE PRODUCTION", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 6-11 #ijarp


APPROACHING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PLANNING OF CITIES DIGITALIZATION - SMART CITIES

Authors: AR. JYOTHI GUPTA, DR RAMA SUBRAMANIUM

Abstracts: This study aimed on upcoming infrastructure which are planning for development of cities towards their digitalization. The smart city concept holds an array of opportunities for future of cities and city-making in India. Today more than ever, cities require strategic planning. Only then can they consider pathways to innovation and prioritize what is most important for their future. However, It is critical that urban planners in India acknowledge technology as merely a tool and engage with it in a way that affirms values and addresses the most pressing goals. The increasing economic strength of Asia and growing integration of the global economy present great opportunities for India - Karnataka. Even though digitization and online resources are absolutely commonplace in our daily lives, this is a new world in the industrial space and we are just getting started

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Pages: 12-14

Cite this Article: Ar. Jyothi Gupta, Dr Rama Subramanium , "APPROACHING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PLANNING OF CITIES DIGITALIZATION - SMART CITIES", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 12-14 #ijarp


DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MANUALLY OPERATED REAPER MACHINE

Authors: TESFAYE OLANA TEREFE

Abstracts: Grain harvesting is the important part in agricultural mechanization. The use of reaper technology in developing countries to minimize the product cost which will be result in economic development of agricultural production. This paper tends to provide the design and development of manually or mechanically operated reaper machine. The current situation in our country the traditional use of harvesting mechanism is more tedious, time consuming and not able to develop the agricultural sector of the low farmers in economic. Depending on the problem stated through abstraction of literature and the existing reapers, to satisfy the customer needs the gathered data has been interpreted to meet the requirement of the objective of the problem. The mission of this project through which the product is developed to spread out the appropriate technology to the countries primary and the secondary market are identified with the stakeholders. The general procedure of conceptual design used; concept generation by decomposing into main and sub function, product ideas from internal and external search, generating alternative solution by setting criteria’s and Digital Logical Approach has been used for concept evaluation and selection. The product architecture and configuration finally introduced in the embodiment design after the selection of final concept. Design and development of mechanically or manually operated reaper for grain harvesting machine which is evaluated against the technical and economical criteria’s can be carried out to be suitable with the most Ethiopians low farmers capacity.

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Pages: 15-21

Cite this Article: Tesfaye Olana Terefe , "DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MANUALLY OPERATED REAPER MACHINE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 15-21 #ijarp


PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT MODEL FOR WSN

Authors: SARITA SIMAIYA, DR. SANJAY S CHAUDHARY, DR. ANU BHARTI

Abstracts: The wide utilization of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is obstructed by the severely limited energy constraints of the individual sensor nodes. This is the reason why a large part of the research in WSNs focuses on the development of energy efficient routing protocols. Energy conservation is one of the major important issues in wireless sensor networks. In WSN communication is based on battery operated computing and sensing devices. In WSN sensor networks energy to be deployed in an Adhoc manner, with a positive approach, individual nodes can be largely inactive at idle periods of time, but when something is detected then becoming suddenly active. In WSN the major challenges for research are conservation of energy and security. Large-scale deployments will require routing protocols that scale to large network sizes in an energy-efficient way. Routing in WSNs is very challenging due to unique inherent characteristics (energy efficiency and awareness, connection maintenance, minimum resource usage limitation, low latency, load balancing in terms of energy used by sensor nodes, etc.) that distinguish this network from other wireless networks such as mobile ad hoc networks, cellular networks, and wireless mesh networks. This paper presents existing issues of WSN which can affect its performance and reliability and also proposed a reliability and performance improvement model for WSN.

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Pages: 22-25

Cite this Article: Sarita Simaiya, Dr. Sanjay S Chaudhary, Dr. Anu Bharti , "PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT MODEL FOR WSN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 22-25 #ijarp


CLIMATE CHANGES EFFECT ON THE AGENTS INVOLVED IN EPIDEMIC DISEASES: INTELLIGENT TECHNIQUE MODELING

Authors: BOUAOUD SOUAD, BOUHARATI KHAOULA, MAHNANE ABBAS, BOUHARATI SADDEK, HAMDI-CHERIF MOKHTAR

Abstracts: Various reasons are considered as causes of decrease or extinction of virus or bacterial species. Some causes are due to changes in climatic conditions, others are due to human intervention such as habitat change or the introduction of other species in competition. All these parameters are characterized by their uncertainty and imprecision. Also, each species reacts in a different way than the other. To analyze the evolution taking place on a given species, we propose an analysis using an intelligent system based on the principles of fuzzy logic. As fuzzy logic deals with uncertainty, its application in this area proves to be adequate. A fuzzy system is constructed with three input variables (climatic conditions, habitat change, and introduction of other species) and an output variable that expresses the nature of the species involved epidemic diseases and there evolution. A rule base is established, which will allow to randomly enter values at the input of the system to instantly read the result at the output.

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Pages: 26-29

Cite this Article: Bouaoud Souad, Bouharati Khaoula, Mahnane Abbas, Bouharati Saddek, Hamdi-Cherif Mokhtar , "CLIMATE CHANGES EFFECT ON THE AGENTS INVOLVED IN EPIDEMIC DISEASES: INTELLIGENT TECHNIQUE MODELING", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 26-29 #ijarp


SMART SUSPENSION SYSTEM

Authors: BRIJMOHAN SINGH

Abstracts: The object of this project is to keep the equal distance called “C” between the road surface and vehicle body lower surface in every conditions. If any irregularities will come, smart suspension system will eliminate it effectively. Here the smart suspension is designed in such a way that it keep equal distance between road surface and vehicle lower surface. Hence if a person sitting in a smart suspension vehicle then he will feel that there is no jerk as compared to the normal suspension system.

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Pages: 30-31

Cite this Article: Brijmohan Singh , "SMART SUSPENSION SYSTEM", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 30-31 #ijarp


IMPACT OF CREDIT PROGRAMS OF ZARAI TARQIATI BANK LIMITED ON FRUITS PLANTATION AND RETURN IN THE RURAL COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT MARDAN

Authors: DR. NAUSHAD KHAN, DR.MUNIR KHAN

Abstracts: Fruits play key role in the development of a country and provide Sucrose, vitamins and starch etc to human body. Seeing to its scope and demand the present study was arranged, to see the impacts of credit program of ZTBL on fruits plant number, return and problems faced to fruit growers in the selected area. The universe of the study was district Mardan which consist of three tehsil namely Mardan, Takhth Bai and Katlang The total bank beneficiaries were 260 while the fruits growers were only 21. With the help of interview schedule data were collected from the respondents according to objectives and analyzed with the help of descriptive statistics and Paired t-test was used for comparison of fruit plant number and return. The finding of the study shows 76% effect of the credit was positive while 24% claimed the effects were negative. The total plant number of fruit after credit was 8523 and before credit was 3618, difference was 4905 while total change was 136% and plants number were found significant at 5% level. The total return after and before credit were Rs.1420341 and Rs.808347 respectively and difference was Rs.611994 and change was 76% and return was found significant The fruit grower faced larger number of problems i.e shortage of finance, lack of quality variety, water shortage, attack of white ants and stem borer attacks, complaint of stealing, un-proper marketing system, lack of support and subsidized price system and different pest attack etc. On the basis of problems following suggestions were recommended i.e. Credit facility according to requirement on low interest rate should be provided to the farmers; quality variety supply to the farmer on low price by Government Department is requested , Pesticide availability on low price and , proper security to fruit production, provision of proper marketing system, agro-based industries establishment in the local region, Provision of loan in time and on easy term for enhancement of0000 fruit production in the study area are recommended.

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Pages: 32-35

Cite this Article: Dr. Naushad Khan, Dr.Munir Khan , "IMPACT OF CREDIT PROGRAMS OF ZARAI TARQIATI BANK LIMITED ON FRUITS PLANTATION AND RETURN IN THE RURAL COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT MARDAN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 32-35 #ijarp


TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR: A CRITICAL SCRUTINY

Authors: NANDAN SEEBORUTH

Abstracts: Training and Development has always been regarded as a tool to improve employees’ skills. Hence, this study has tried to show the significance of training and development by highlighting its advantages and limitations that this process brings forward to companies. Consequently, this study has been undertaken in the Financial Services Sector of Mauritius which comprises of the Global Business Companies, Insurance Companies, and Companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius. Emphasis has been laid on the two types of training that is: On the job training and Off the job training, that are used by the companies. In addition, a quantitative analysis of the training techniques applied by the Financial Services Sector has been made. From the study, it can be deduced that Training and development plays a vital role in an organisation which contributes in employee retention and consequently future growth of the organisation. It has been seen that the Financial Services Sector invests considerably in terms of tools and equipment in providing training and development to its employees. The impact of training and development and commitment of the organisations have been highlighted in the study. Finally, the study shows that training and development helps in improving staff efficiency and their better understanding of the company`s objectives

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Pages: 36-39

Cite this Article: Nandan Seeboruth , "TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR: A CRITICAL SCRUTINY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 36-39 #ijarp


RAMIFICATIONS OF INFIDELITY IN MAURITIUS

Authors: NANDAN SEEBORUTH

Abstracts: This study is based upon Infidelity prevailing in the Mauritian Society. It attempts to demonstrate the various factors related to infidelity. Moreover, the study has been carried out with a sample size of 350 to represent the whole population and to provide a rough estimate of the infidelity prevailing here. Thus, it has revealed that there is approximately 40% of unfaithfulness among all couples including those who are married religiously, legally or cohabiting. Likewise, it has been found that infidelity is linked to many secondary factors which contribute towards being treacherous. The main hypothesis revealed that sexual orientation is completely independent of unfaithfulness while religious segregation also does not assume a part in treachery. Although the causes of infidelity are varied and complex some of the causes have been identified. Furthermore, the impacts of infidelity may completely destroy a relationship, but the research has also revealed that some deceived mates chose to suffer in silence rather than remedy the situation. Nevertheless, while sometimes the betraying spouse may not be getting enough from the relationship and at other times the betrayed spouse may not be giving enough which results in treachery. As a result, this leaves the committed partner to feeling devastated, depressed, aggrieved and alone.

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Pages: 40-44

Cite this Article: Nandan Seeboruth , "RAMIFICATIONS OF INFIDELITY IN MAURITIUS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 40-44 #ijarp


SCRUTINIZING ORGANISATIONAL COMMUNICATION THROUGH WORK-ENVIRONMENT, POWER AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA

Authors: JUSTINE JOHN DYIKUK

Abstracts: The dynamics of organisational communication play a role in any organisation. In-between organisational communication are power and politics. This paper used the qualitative method to ascertain the place of power and politics in organisations in Nigeria. Through the systematic thinking theory which was used as theoretical framework, the study discovered that paying workers, creating a conducive work-environment and capacity building are crucial to enhancing a good organisational communication. While acknowledging the role of unionism in fighting for worker’s welfare, the paper established that power and politics are game-changers in any work-environment.

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Pages: 45-53

Cite this Article: Justine John Dyikuk , "SCRUTINIZING ORGANISATIONAL COMMUNICATION THROUGH WORK-ENVIRONMENT, POWER AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 45-53 #ijarp


ZARAI TARQIATI BANK LIMITED CREDIT PROGRAM IMPACT ON INCOME, EXPENDITURES AND SAVING OF THE AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT MARDAN-PAKISTAN

Authors: NAUSHAD KHAN, MUNIR KHAN

Abstracts: Credit play key role in the development of agriculture which further boost the income, expenditure and saving level of agriculture community which improve the investment of the farmer in their field. Seeing to its importance the study was conducted in rural area of District Mardan. The major objectives were to see the credit program impacts on income, expenditure and saving level of the beneficiaries and problems and constraints faced to credit owner in the study area. The study area consist of three tehsil namely Mardan, Thakhth Bai and Katlang. On the basis of more beneficiaries two villages from each tehsil were chosen. The total beneficiaries in the study area were 260. All were selected for the study and with the help of interview schedule data were collected from the respondents. Descriptive statistics and pair t-test were used for data analysis. The results indicates mean annual income after credit Rs.618599 and before credit Rs.356767 and difference Rs. 261833 and found the result highly significant at 5% level. The annual farming income was found after program Rs.366812 and before Rs.174781, difference Rs.192031 and found highly significant at 5% level. The annual expenditure after credit was Rs.472296 and before was Rs.248296, difference Rs.224510 and found highly significant at 5% level . The annual saving after credit program was Rs.207124 and before was Rs.113439 and difference Rs.93689 and the difference found highly significant at 5%. So all results show that credit has improve income, expenditure and saving of the sampled farmers. Large number problems and constraints were observed by taking loan from the bank by sampled farmers. The problems and constraints faced to farmers are complication of application process, non availability of loan in time, amount less than requirement, banks on more distance, high interest rate and non availability of collateral etc. On the basis of problems few recommendations were suggested for solution of problems .One window operation for loan provision is requested, on low interest rate loan should be provided to farming community and according to requirement of the farmer, banks facilities should be multiplied, banks staff cooperation is requested, monitoring cell should be promoted for check and balance for enhancing income level of the farmers in the study area.

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Pages: 54-69

Cite this Article: Naushad Khan, Munir Khan , "ZARAI TARQIATI BANK LIMITED CREDIT PROGRAM IMPACT ON INCOME, EXPENDITURES AND SAVING OF THE AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT MARDAN-PAKISTAN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 54-69 #ijarp


ANALYSIS OF THE AVIATION INDUSTRY AS A GROWTH SECTOR OF ECONOMY: A STUDY OF NEPALI AVIATION INDUSTRIES

Authors: DIPAK PRASAD BASTOLA

Abstracts: This research paper has been prepared based on the studies of Nepali aviation industry and its impact on the economic sector of Nepal. It is understood that presently Nepali Aviation has Direct, Indirect, and Induced influence on the economic development of Nepal. Although, fixed wing aircraft is currently being used less frequently in our country, their flight to other countries along with the use of helicopters, have been effective on adding to the potency of aviation industry of Nepal. This also has marked contribution on the rise of economic status of the country. While this business has a capacious potential, the development and expansion of this industry is seemingly moving at a snail’s pace. This research paper is thus based on the reason behind this delayed advancement of the industry with primary focus on its impact on the country’s economy. This research finding will be valuable for all type of aviation industries around the globe to achieve high level of economic growth.

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Pages: 70-75

Cite this Article: Dipak Prasad Bastola , "ANALYSIS OF THE AVIATION INDUSTRY AS A GROWTH SECTOR OF ECONOMY: A STUDY OF NEPALI AVIATION INDUSTRIES", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 70-75 #ijarp


THE CHIEFTAINCY INSTITUTION AMONG THE BANYANG AND EJAGHAM ETHNIC GROUPS OF CAMEROON (1884-1990): AN INTERSECTION OF FLEXIBILITY, PARTIALITY AND INTERFERENCE

Authors: TABE JAMES TAKOR

Abstracts: The paper examines the mode of transfer of power in the chieftaincy institution among the Banyang and Ejagham ethnic groups of Manyu Division, South West Region of Cameroon. The succession principles in this land was liberally democratic but not without some shortcomings. The paper made use of secondary and primary sources for the collection of data. Concerning the secondary sources, use was made of literature that offered some general and specific information about the paper. To ensure an easy understanding of the paper, we adopted a conventional analytical pattern. We used both the chronological and topical approaches. Our findings reveal three central issues: Firstly, the chieftaincy institution among the Banyang and Ejagham ethnic groups was flexible and unpredictable. Secondly, the transfer power was smooth to an extent. Finally, the magnitude of power alternation made chieftaincy disputes obvious. Above all, the paper argues that the mode of power transfer had had considerable negative peaceful co-existence and stability in the society.

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Pages: 76-81

Cite this Article: Tabe James Takor , "THE CHIEFTAINCY INSTITUTION AMONG THE BANYANG AND EJAGHAM ETHNIC GROUPS OF CAMEROON (1884-1990): AN INTERSECTION OF FLEXIBILITY, PARTIALITY AND INTERFERENCE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 76-81 #ijarp


SYNTHESIS OF METAL-FREE ORGANIC DYE FOR DYE SENSITIZED SOLAR CELL

Authors: POOJA SHARMA

Abstracts: A D-π-A type of dye was synthesized containing carbazole unit as electron donor, phenyl ring as a π-linker and cyano acetic acid as an acceptor that absorbs light in the range of 300-530 nm. The structure of dye and its intermediates were confirmed by NMR, Mass and FT-IR spectroscopic techniques. Optical properties of dye were investigated using UV-visible spectroscopy.The band gap of dye was calculated to be 2.616 eV. Fabrication of Dye Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC) using the synthesized dye and device properties were analyzed .Fill factor and efficiency of dye is found to be 0.55 and 0.74% respectively.

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Pages: 82-83

Cite this Article: Pooja Sharma , "SYNTHESIS OF METAL-FREE ORGANIC DYE FOR DYE SENSITIZED SOLAR CELL", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 82-83 #ijarp


HYBRID SELECTIVE STEGANOGRAPHY

Authors: SUSHMA R B, DR. MANJULA G R, SAYYED JOHAR

Abstracts: The dream of our Prime Minister "Digital India" will be successful only if there is reliable security for the digital data Majority of the sensitive information which passes through the communication channel is vulnerable to attackers. Hence we need to develop algorithms that will help protect the integrity of digital media element and intellectual property rights of its owners. So it is necessary to develop methods which not only involves hiding of sensitive information but also the fact that communication is taking place. To achieve these requirements we are using the concept of Steganography which is the art of secret. There are several types of steganography depending on which is the carrier. Here we have used Image as the carrier. Here we are using a combination of 2 algorithms, which is selected based on the data that is being communicated. The proposed scheme aims to provide better performances in terms of time, robustness and perceptual quality than other embedding algorithms.

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Pages: 84-87

Cite this Article: Sushma R B, Dr. Manjula G R, Sayyed Johar , "HYBRID SELECTIVE STEGANOGRAPHY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 84-87 #ijarp


DARJEELING HIMALAYAN RAILWAYS - STEAM LOCOMOTIVES AND THEIR PROBLEMS

Authors: SAMAR THAPA

Abstracts: The narrow gauge steam locomotives of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railways are the existing examples of the external combustion engines, which played a key role for transportation in the region before the advent of the automobiles. However, their condition today is grim. In this paper we present the various technical shortcomings and suggestions for improvement of the Class B narrow gauge steam locomotives.

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Pages: 88-91

Cite this Article: Samar Thapa , "DARJEELING HIMALAYAN RAILWAYS - STEAM LOCOMOTIVES AND THEIR PROBLEMS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 88-91 #ijarp


SENSORS WIELD TO DETECT THE BEHAVIOR OF HUMANS.

Authors: AVTANSH SINGH, VANDANA VIKAS THAKARE

Abstracts: A decade years ago, a significant Research as well as investigation has been conducted in the area of real-time emotion recognition of a humans like Heart rate, Breathing rate, Body Temperature, skin conductance etc. Emotion recognition has a lot of applications in education, medicine, technologies and human-machine interaction. Actually, there are a various types of emotions i.e. stress, euphoria, angry, sentimental etc. On the basis of that a real time emotion detection device/sensors that are utilizes to detect the actual behavior of human i.e. heart rate and breathing rate and Body temperature in a different age groups, here is only three sensors are utilizes basically one for measure heart rate and other two utilizes to measure Body Temperature and irritating rate that are presented in the paper. The performance of the device is evaluated using experiments over to the subjects in a hospitals as well as normal society. In order to verify the feasibility of utilizing bio-signals to predict emotions all are working in a parallel as well as simultaneous. After measuring and performing certain process through Central Computing Unit it transmit to a present time advent technology and we call that smart phone via GSM module.

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Pages: 92-97

Cite this Article: Avtansh Singh, Vandana Vikas Thakare , "SENSORS WIELD TO DETECT THE BEHAVIOR OF HUMANS.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 92-97 #ijarp


EMBEDDED BASED VEHICLE CONTROL

Authors: DR. GODHINI PRATHYUSHA

Abstracts: The measurement of distance and control the vehicle is an important process in transportation. The developed distance measurement with ultrasonic sensor was implemented and the results are evaluated. The results are in good agreement as compared with the standard values. The developed prototype system is working properly and it is simple, portable and low cost..

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Pages: 98-100

Cite this Article: Dr. Godhini Prathyusha , "EMBEDDED BASED VEHICLE CONTROL", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 98-100 #ijarp


DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF GASTRORETENTIVE FLOATING TABLET OF ROSUVASTATIN

Authors: AMIYA KUMAR PRUSTY, ARCHANA P. CHAND

Abstracts: Gastroretentive floating matrix tablets of the antihyperlipidemic drug Rosuvastatin were successfully prepared using hydrophilic polymers like HPMC K4M and Carbapol. From the Preformulation studies for drug excipients compatibility it was observed that there was no compatibility problem with the excipients used in the study. The Formulated tablets gave satisfactory results for various physicochemical evaluation studies like Weight variation, Floating lag time, Content uniformity, Total floating time, Mucoadhesion time, mucoadhesive strength and in vitro drug release and shows a floating time of around 12 hrs.

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Pages: 101-105

Cite this Article: Amiya kumar Prusty, Archana P. Chand , "DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF GASTRORETENTIVE FLOATING TABLET OF ROSUVASTATIN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 101-105 #ijarp


STUDIES ON THE DE-FLUORIDATION EFFICACY OF CHRYSOPOGON ZIZANIODIDES, OCIMUM TENUIFLORUM AND THEIR COMBINATIONAL USE

Authors: POORNACHANDRA RAO K

Abstracts: Fluoride in drinking water can be detrimental to health and causes many health problems to human beings. Excess of fluoride in drinking water has become a threat in recent days due to the lesser availability of potable groundwater resource especially in rural areas. Hence there is a pressing demand for the solution of fluoride contamination using natural bioadsorbants. In the present study, a cost effective method of de-fluoridation using two medicinal plant species Chrysopogon zizaniodides and Ocimum tenuiflorum have been investigated which are cost effective bio adsorbents. The investigation was carried out on the adsorption of fluoride ion to analyze the effect of various parameters like contact time, adsorbent dose, particle size and the combination of the plants as adsorbents. The Hydrophonic study revealed that the plants of Chrysopogon zizaniodides reduced 3.5 mg L-1 of fluoride after treatment when compared to 1.2 mg L-1 reductions by Ocimum tenuiflourum. The combinations of Chrysopogon zizaniodides: Ocimum tenuiflorum in the ratio of 2:1 revealed the maximum defluoridation efficiency ranging from 65 to 89 % correspondingly from 1 to 5mg L-1 fluoride concentration. The maximum percentage removal of fluoride ion occurs at 24 h contact time and with least particle size (1mm). The defluoridation increases with the increases in the adsorbent dose due to increase in surface area. Thus, a cost effective method of de-fluoridation using Chrysopogon zizaniodides and Ocimum tenuiflorum will be much beneficial especially in rural areas.

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Pages: 106-112

Cite this Article: Poornachandra Rao K , "STUDIES ON THE DE-FLUORIDATION EFFICACY OF CHRYSOPOGON ZIZANIODIDES, OCIMUM TENUIFLORUM AND THEIR COMBINATIONAL USE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 106-112 #ijarp


CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERPARATHYROIDISM

Authors: SAID AZZOUG, FAHIMA BALA, DJAMILA MESKINE, FARIDA CHENTLI

Abstracts: Hyperparathyroidism is one of the more common endocrine diseases and is often asymptomatic. But, even if it is asymptomatic, it may increases the cardio metabolic risk. Subjects and Methods: In this retrospective study we have looked for the presence of cardio metabolic risk factors in 84 patients (72F/12M) with a mean age of 51 years presenting with hyperparathyroidism. We have also looked for the predictive factors of the occurrence of dysglycemia by comparing patients with dysglycemia (G1) to those with normoglycemia (G2). Results: 31.3% of our patients were overweight whereas 28.8% were obese. 32.5% had high blood pressure (HBP), 31% had low HDL-cholesterol level, 41.8% had high triglyceride level and 28.5% had dysglycemia (19% had diabetes and 9.5% had prediabetes). G1 patients were older than those of G2: 58 ± 11 vs. 48.6 ± 15.3 years. Familial background of HBP was found in 45.8% (G1) vs. 27% (G2). The body mass index was of 27±5 kg/m2 (G1) vs. 26.5±5 kg/m2 (G2). Mean serum calcium level was 11.1±2 mg/dl (G1) vs. 10.7 ±2.2 mg/dl (G2). Mean PTH level was 236 ±222 pg/ml (G1) vs. 382±479 pg/ml (G2). Mean 25(OH) vitamin D level was 11±4 ng/ml (G1) vs. 12±8 ng/ml (G2). Conclusion: Cardio metabolic risk factors are frequent in patients with hyperparathyroidism. Compared to normoglycemic patients, patients with dysglycemia are older, but there were no differences in the other parameters analyzed in this study.

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Pages: 113-115

Cite this Article: Said Azzoug, Fahima Bala, Djamila Meskine, Farida Chentli , "CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERPARATHYROIDISM", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/aug2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition, 113-115 #ijarp