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ONLINE PAPER PUBLISHING - Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition

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IMPROVE THE DECISION MAKING THROUGH DATA QUALITY INFORMATION IN HEALTH INDUSTRY

Authors: DR. AHMAD HASSAN, DR. HUDEBIA ALLAH BUKSH

Abstracts: Discussion in this paper is; to improve decision making through data quality information in Healthcare Industry. In every business industry or at workplace, decision making is considered an essential and critical process which is made on the behalf of quality of information that has been collected from different sources. In Healthcare Industry various important decisions are taken through management and these decisions are related to healthcare of patients, their better treatments and growth of the industry. These all are important decisions to make and here data quality information is very much required. Data quality information consists of characteristics such as accuracy, timeliness, usability, comparability, relevancy and privacy. There are various flaws found in decision making processes on the behalf of available data, so it is necessary to make improvements in process of decision making and it is main purpose of this paper to discuss about improvement of decision making process.

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Pages: 1-4

Cite this Article: Dr. Ahmad Hassan, Dr. Hudebia Allah Buksh , "IMPROVE THE DECISION MAKING THROUGH DATA QUALITY INFORMATION IN HEALTH INDUSTRY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 1-4 #ijarporg


A CRITICAL CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF APPLIED ANATOMY IN CHARAKA SAMHITA

Authors: DR. SAKSHI, DR. SAKSHI D/O DR.S.K.KAUSHAL

Abstracts: Charaka Samhita is an oldest classical book of Ayurveda with aim for achieving the four Purushartha. To achieve these aims one needs a high quality source of information of Ayurvedic science and along with the applied aspects. With the advancement in technology and learning aids, subject Rachna Sharir (Anatomy) is not only considered to dissection but its applied aspect is now more appreciated. The subject of Rachna Sharir is important in studying the morphology but its practical applicability assists physician to properly diagnose medical and surgical problem of a patient. This work as entitled is emphasized on exploring the applied anatomical facts from Charaka Samhita.

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Pages: 5-7

Cite this Article: Dr. Sakshi, Dr. Sakshi D/O Dr.S.K.Kaushal , "A CRITICAL CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF APPLIED ANATOMY IN CHARAKA SAMHITA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 5-7 #ijarporg


CHEMICAL OXIDATION OF OIL POLLUTED WELL IN BARUWA AREA OF LAGOS STATE BY THE USE OF POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE

Authors: OLUWALOPE, M. T, AJAYI, O. O.

Abstracts: Oil spill in Baruwa was majorly caused by corrosion of pipeline from NNPC that runs through the community. The water sample used for this research was collected from Ajayi’s well in Baruwa area of Lagos State. Several litres of oil had already being pumped out of the wells by Geotechnical Staff of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA). Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH) was evaluated. KMnO4 solution of different molarities was prepared: 0.010, 0.032, 0.063, 0.158, 0.316 M. It was observed that all the molarities oxidized the water sample but 0.010 M KMnO4 oxidized faster than the rest and gave a better result in the Laboratory.

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Pages: 8-11

Cite this Article: Oluwalope, M. T, Ajayi, O. O. , "CHEMICAL OXIDATION OF OIL POLLUTED WELL IN BARUWA AREA OF LAGOS STATE BY THE USE OF POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 8-11 #ijarporg


DRIVERS OF DEFORESTATION ANDTHEIRIMPACT ON FARMERS LIVELIHOOD IN SELECTEDVILLAGES OFACHEFER LIBEN WOREDA, WEST GOJAM ZONE,

Authors: KERO ALEMU DANANO, BOGALE TEFERI, ABEBA LAKEW

Abstracts: Ethiopia has been subjected to extensive deforestation. This phenomenon is seriously affecting the livelihood of people in various ways. According to the reports of North AcheferLibenWoreda Agriculture and Rural development office (2015), the causes and consequences of deforestation is not well known among the local communities of AcheferLibenworeda. The purpose of this study was to assess the drivers of deforestation and their impact on farmers residing around Won Beria Mountain. To determine sample from population, Yamane (1967) formula was used. Sample size among four villages was determined using proportionality principle. Then, 246 sample households were selected using simple random sampling technique. Primary data were gathered from household survey, through Questionnaires, interview and FGD. Secondary data were also gathered from Land sat image, legal documents, reports, articles, journals, magazines, library books and different web sites that are related to under the study. Thedatafromhousehold headswere organized and then analyzed usingdescriptiveand inferential statisticaltechniques by the help of SPSS 20 software. Moreover, data were also analyzed through image processing, post classification of Land sat image, with the implementation of Arc GIS. Based on this the following findings were investigated; the status of forest is decreasing from time to time. The basic reasons for such extensive deforestation were; agricultural expansion, wood extraction, and producing forest for income generation..As a domestic fuel, totally seven sources of fuel has been used for cooking and non-cooking activities. The predominant energy source that were consumed by almost all household respondents was fuel wood. Due to the prevalence of deforestation, households were additionally spending an average of 2hours and fourteen minute for one round fuel wood collection than they were spending before ten years ago. Due to the prevalence of deforestation, productivity of the land was found to be decreasing from time to time. As the consequence of these, respondents were forced to use commercial fertilizers for improving their production and hence posing a challenge to cover the costs of chemical fertilizers each year. Furthermore, change in chemical properties of soil was also found to be another negative effect of applying chemical fertilizers. Moreover, both indigenous trees species and animals were becoming extinct in the study area. The overall results show that; providing job opportunity, alternative cook stove technology; creating awareness about the long term impacts of deforestation to rural people, require the attention of government institutions and NGOs.

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Pages: 12-20

Cite this Article: Kero Alemu Danano, Bogale Teferi, Abeba Lakew , "DRIVERS OF DEFORESTATION ANDTHEIRIMPACT ON FARMERS LIVELIHOOD IN SELECTEDVILLAGES OFACHEFER LIBEN WOREDA, WEST GOJAM ZONE,", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 12-20 #ijarporg


TRANSLATING AIDS TERMINOLOGY IN IVORIAN LANGUAGES

Authors: NAHOUNOU ANGENOR YAO

Abstracts: Faced with unknown notions or items, all languages use various strategies for creating new terms enabling them to cope with development issues. One area where term creation is prolific is HIV/AIDS. There is a growing need to translate medical guides as to the nature of the disease, how it is transmitted, and how it can be treated. However, translation of such terms can pose enormous challenges to translators of African languages. This study is a survey of terms dealing with this subject in four Ivoirian languages, representing the four major linguistic families of Ivory Coast. Various strategies are adopted including word formation, transliteration, as well as adoption of known items (egg, insect, etc.) to refer to unknown elements such as “virus”. After describing the various processes of new term creation, we elaborate on how these items can be fully integrated into the language.

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Pages: 21-26

Cite this Article: Nahounou Angenor Yao , "TRANSLATING AIDS TERMINOLOGY IN IVORIAN LANGUAGES", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 21-26 #ijarporg


A CASE STUDY ON PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE OF OJ/ 5522 DT- 40 CNC MILLING MACHINE

Authors: M. S. LANDE, P. M. SIRSAT, R. S. TUPKAR

Abstracts: This paper focuses on the application of the predictive maintenance technology on OJ/5522 DT-40CNC Milling Machine at Ordinance Factory, Nagpur. Predictive maintenance technique has designed to determine the condition of in-service equipment/machine in order to predict when maintenance should be performed. This approach promises cost savings over routine or time-based preventive maintenance. The purpose of this study is to familiarize maintenance personnel with the basic information necessary for servicing and repairing of DT40 CNC Milling Machine.

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Pages: 27-30

Cite this Article: M. S. Lande, P. M. Sirsat, R. S. Tupkar , "A CASE STUDY ON PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE OF OJ/ 5522 DT- 40 CNC MILLING MACHINE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 27-30 #ijarporg


DESIGN OF FIR LOW PASS FILTER USING PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM

Authors: NEELAM KUMARI, PRIYANKA JAGLAN

Abstracts: Digital filter play a significant role in the field of digital signal processing. In this paper, a linear phase low pass FIR filter has been analyzed by an approach optimal design method using of particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm. The FIR filter involves multi-parameter optimization. Different optimization techniques can be utilized to minimize the coefficients of FIR filter by minimization or maximization of fitness function. The concept of optimization is minimizing the maximum errors between desired and actual response. The main target behind the designing of this improved FIR filter is to approximate the ideal filters on the request of a given designing specifications. The inertia weight has been modified for the PSO to enhance its searching capability for obtain global optimum solution. In the process of designing a FIR low pass filter, specification is realized using PSO algorithm generates a set of filter coefficients and tries to meet the ideal frequency characteristic, feasible pass band and stop band frequencies are required. A comparison of simulation results reveals the optimization efficiency of the algorithm over the prevailing optimization technique for solution, non-differential, highly non-linear and contained FIR filter design problem. Simulation study supports that the proposed algorithm is accurate and has fast convergence speed.

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Pages: 31-35

Cite this Article: Neelam Kumari, Priyanka Jaglan , "DESIGN OF FIR LOW PASS FILTER USING PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 31-35 #ijarporg


ERDOS - FABER - LOVASZ GRAPHS

Authors: ORESTE M. ORTEGA JR.

Abstracts: A famous conjecture of Erdös, Faber, and Lovasz states that if the edge set of a graph G can be covered with n copies of Kn, the complete graph on n vertices, such that two of this Kn share at most one vertex, then the chromatic number (G) of G is just n. The best upper bound so far has been proved by W. I. Chang and E. Lawler in [2]. A graph G is said to be decomposable into subgraphs G1, G2, … , Gk if any two subgraphs Gi and Gj have no edges in common and the union of all subgraphs Gi, 1 ≤ i ≤ k, is G. We say that graph G is an Erdös-Faber-Lovasz graph (EFL) if G is decomposable into k complete graphs on k vertices. That is, G= ∪_(i=1)^k G_i where each Gi is a complete graph with k vertices. We call each Gi the summand of G. If G is an EFL graph then it follows from the definition of a decomposable graph that every pair (Gi,Gj) of G has at most one common vertex. We say that a vertex v of G a bridge point if there exist Gi and Gj such that v ϵ V(G_i )∩V(G_j).

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Pages: 36-38

Cite this Article: Oreste M. Ortega Jr. , "ERDOS - FABER - LOVASZ GRAPHS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 36-38 #ijarporg


REVIEW PAPER ON BREEDING COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.) GENOTYPES FOR ACIDIC SOIL TOLERANCE

Authors: HABTAMU ALEMU

Abstracts: Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is a food legume grown on more than four million hectares annually in Africa. It provides dietary protein for over 100 million people in rural and poor urban communities, with an annual per capita bean consumption of 50 to 60 kg in Eastern Africa being the highest in the world. Common bean provides proteins, essential amino acids, minerals such as Fe, Cu, Zn, P, K, Mg and Ca, starch and dietary fibre which are less or absent indiets of of subsistence farmers in Africa and South America often contain high carbohydrates (through cassava, maize, rice, wheat. Eventhough the crop has this much contripution in the daily livelihood of the society, its production is affected by some biotic and abiotic factors. Soil acidity affects the bean production through different mechanisms including Aluminium and Mangans toxicity and inhibition of essential nutrient(P, K,N) avaliability to the crop. Aluminuim toxicity affect the growth and development of the crop by restricting root growth and enlongation. Even though Aluminum toxicity reduces both root and shoots growth, the most easily recognized symptom of A1 toxicity is the inhibition of root growth, and this has become a widely accepted measure of Al stress in plants. Common bean can tolarate Al toxicity through different mechanisms. Aluminum tolerance can be divided into mechanisms that facilitate Al exclusion from the root apex (external tolerance mechanisms) and mechanisms that confer the ability to tolerate Al in the plant symplasm (internal tolerance mechanisms)

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Pages: 39-46

Cite this Article: Habtamu Alemu , "REVIEW PAPER ON BREEDING COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.) GENOTYPES FOR ACIDIC SOIL TOLERANCE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 39-46 #ijarporg


SHORT SELLING AND THE WEEKEND EFFECT: EVIDENCE FROM MALAYSIA STOCK MARKET 2007 - 2017

Authors: VIKNESWARAN S/O MANUAL, LIM YING MEI

Abstracts: Weekend effect is a complex phenomenon that requires much research in order to understand the dynamic factor affecting it. The short selling mechanism in the Malaysia stock market provides a unique opportunity to investigating weekend effect where some stocks are allowed for short selling while others are not allowed for short selling. Thus, this paper has examined daily stock returns of shortable and nonshortable stock in Malaysia stock market for the period 14 August 2007 to 26 January 2017. The research is conducted by applying GARCH and EGARCH model because of heteroscedasticity has been found by ARCH-LM test which showed that the weekend effect is present in shortable stock return. No evidence of weekend effect was found for nonshortable stock. These results indicate that short selling of stock maybe one of the factors that affecting the weekend effect in Malaysia stock market. This is because short sellers face a greater risk if they hold their short positions over the weekend. So, they tend to close their short positions on Friday, which cause the buying pressure to increase before the weekend and reestablish their positions on next first day of trading which result in increased selling pressure that will cause the stock price decreases and thus contribute to the weekend effect. This study also suggests that Malaysia stock market is weak-form inefficient as a result of the existence of weekend effects.

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Pages: 47-56

Cite this Article: Vikneswaran S/O Manual, Lim Ying Mei , "SHORT SELLING AND THE WEEKEND EFFECT: EVIDENCE FROM MALAYSIA STOCK MARKET 2007 - 2017", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 47-56 #ijarporg


TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF COMMON BACTERIAL LIVESTOCK DISEASE OUTBREAKS IN NORTH GONDAR, ETHIOPIA

Authors: DEBEB DESSIE. AWAKE MENZIR

Abstracts: Aretrospective longitudinal study was conducted from November 2013 to April 2014 to assess the spatial and temporal distribution of major bacterial livestock disease outbreaks and to identify risk factors in selected districts of North Gondar. The data were extracted from monthly and annual reports of the period of 2009 to 2013 from the Veterinary Services. The data were analyzed in relation to temporal and spatial factors. Of the total 254 outbreaks 132 were due to anthrax, 61 of blackleg, 33 of bovine pasteurellosis and 28 ofovine pasteurellosis. Highest and lowest number of outbreak were registered in the years 2010 (22.44%) and 2013 (15.74%), and during spring (29.52%) and, summer (19.29%) seasons, respectively. Outbreaks of anthrax followed by blackleg were the most frequent outbreak recorded diseases. The highest number ofoutbreak of anthrax, 40 of 132 (30.30%), was recorded in winter, with peak in February. The highest outbreak of blackleg, 33 (54.09%) of 61, was recorded in spring with peak in October and of bovine pasteurellosis, 14 (42.42%) of 33, outbreaks was recorded in winter, with peak in February. The highest outbreak of ovine pasteurellosis, 10 (35.71%) of 28, was recorded in winter, with peak in January. The highest and lowest numbers of outbreak were recorded in midland (54.00%) and highland (14.17%) agro ecology, respectively. Outbreak occurrence of the diseases follow relatively similar pattern of spatial distribution in respect to agro ecology. Whereas, the temporal distribution point of view, anthrax and blackleg follows opposite patterns of occurrence, but bovine and ovine pasteurellosis follow similar patterns of occurrence in both temporal and spatial distribution. Generally, lowest numbers of outbreak were recorded during the season of summer and within the agro ecology of highland. The study indicated that occurrence of outbreak had been affected by temporal and spatial factor. Therefore, animal owners and animal health service providers should give more emphasis to implementation of control and prevention measures in spring and winter seasons and for midland agro ecological regions to prevent occurrence of disease outbreaks in their animals in the study area.

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Pages: 57-61

Cite this Article: Debeb Dessie. Awake Menzir , "TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF COMMON BACTERIAL LIVESTOCK DISEASE OUTBREAKS IN NORTH GONDAR, ETHIOPIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 57-61 #ijarporg


GET CONNECTED OR GET DESTROYED? ADOLESCENTS AND MOBILE DEVICES IN URBAN SETTINGS IN TANZANIA

Authors: MIKIDADI MUHANGA

Abstracts: This study was conducted to assess the impact of the mobile phones among adolescents in secondary schools in Morogoro municipality in Tanzania . Specifically the study determined the influence of mobile phones on students’ behaviors, and assessed the impact of mobile phones on students’ academic performance. A cross sectional research design was used to obtain data from both primary and secondary sources of information through structured questionnaire from 90 respondents obtained through simple random sampling. The collected data were coded and analyzed by using Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) computer program. Findings revealed that, 93.3% of the interviewed respondents’ access and use mobile phones, and 63.3% agreed that mobile phones usage among secondary school students cause behavioural changes. Also the study revealed that students use mobile phones to organize and maintain their social networks (8.9%), search materials on internet and organize discussion (54.4%), and informing their parents’ on issues concerning their education (1.1%). A number of impacts on using mobile phones were revealed, including; facilitating engagement of students in sexual affairs (41.1%), decline in moral values (43.3%), decrease in academic performance (91.1%), causing health problems to students (50.0%), cause disturbance in studies (47.8%) and resulting to time wasting (88.9%). This study recommends various measures to be taken by secondary school teachers and parents to minimize the use of mobile phones among secondary school students hence ensuring that students are getting time to concentrate on their studies and improve academic performance.

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Pages: 62-68

Cite this Article: Mikidadi Muhanga , "GET CONNECTED OR GET DESTROYED? ADOLESCENTS AND MOBILE DEVICES IN URBAN SETTINGS IN TANZANIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 62-68 #ijarporg


GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Authors: BHAJAN CHANDRA BARMAN

Abstracts: Global warming will not only be felt many decades from now—it is already happening and its impacts are clearly visible. There have been perceptible changes in the climate all over the world, particularly in the last two decades or so. The climate change and its adverse impact on the environment, human health and the economy have recently risen to the top of economic and political agenda in various national and international forums and meetings on the environment. Some of the climate changes are attributable to human activity. A change in human behavior can be an important instrument of minimizing the extent of those changes in the climate which have harmful effects. Studies have shown that human activity may cause large disturbance in regional and global climate. The most important climatic changes that have come to the fore recently and that are harmful include acid rain, global warming and depletion of the stratospheric ozone shield or layer. Global warming is one of such disturbances. It is an important issue and all over the world people have very strong feeling about global warming. Global warming means that the world is heating up. It is the increase of earth's average surface temperature due to effect of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, which trap heat that would otherwise escape from earth. This is a type of greenhouse effect and it work just as a blanket. Global warming has the following effects: (i) Precipitation patterns may change, causing some regions to have more frequent droughts and some areas suffering from heavier snowfall and rainstorms. (ii) Shortage of fresh water in many arid and semi-arid areas. (iii) Global warming will also adversely affect human health, leading to increase in heat-related disease and health. Besides, it will also indirectly affect human health due to higher incidence of malaria, dengue, yellow fever and viral encephalitis caused by expansion of mosquitoes and other diseases carries to warm areas. (iv) Adverse effect on agricultural production due to droughts and increased incidence of pests, causing shortage of food. There are three ways of managing global warming, namely, prevention, mitigation and adaptation. Prevention can be accomplished by preventing the build-up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. For example, this could be done through development of alternatives to fossil fuels and levying taxes on greenhouse gases. Mitigation is moderation or postponement of global warming. It could be achieved through planting more trees to serve as carbon sinks. Adaptation is responding to changes brought about by global warming. This could be achieved through shifting agricultural zone or changes in crop pattern.

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Pages: 69-72

Cite this Article: Bhajan Chandra Barman , "GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 69-72 #ijarporg


WOMEN MICRO ENTREPRENEURSHIP: ROLE OF SHGS IN WOMEN’S INVESTMENT PATTERN IN TRICHIRAPALLI

Authors: DR. N.MAHESWARI

Abstracts: Effective utilization of human resources to their optimum potential is the need of the hour. Women are the emerging human resource of the country. Women get immensely benefited from the micro loans. The purpose of the article is to bring out discussion on the role of SHGs in women investment pattern. The findings show that the SHGs are contributing in empowering the women who are unorganized, unprotected and who lack bargaining power by the training, orientation and enhancing them to invest properly so that they can contribute to the society and families. The present study is confined to women of Self Help Group, in Tiruchirappalli city. Tiruchirappalli city is one of the developed and famous cities in India. Women of self help group have played a significant role as micro entrepreneurs and so have contributed in development of all the society. Women’s investment in micro businesses, the problems faced by them while investing and the major activities carried out for the empowerment of women have been considered for the purpose of the study.

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Pages: 73-77

Cite this Article: DR. N.MAHESWARI , "WOMEN MICRO ENTREPRENEURSHIP: ROLE OF SHGS IN WOMEN’S INVESTMENT PATTERN IN TRICHIRAPALLI ", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 73-77 #ijarporg


AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NUTRIENT PROFILE ACCUMULATED LAYING HENS MANURE AND AMMONIA EMISSIONS REDUCTION STRATEGIES FOR QUALITY OF EGG PRODUCTION, RESIDENT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT IN THE RIVERS WEST SENATORIAL DISTRICT, NIGERIA.

Authors: NDUKWU E.C., EZENWANNE N.H.

Abstracts: Unused nitrogen in the manure in the form of uric acid has contributed immensely to ammonia emissions. However, diet manipulation and management (an ideal dietary crude protein) as well as litter treatment with acidifiers and manure removal have been recognized as a means to reduce ammonia emissions from poultry operations. This study was an assessment of the nutrient profile accumulated laying hens waste and ammonia emissions reduction strategies for quality of egg production, resident safety and environment in Rivers West Senatorial District, Nigeria. A structured questionnaire was administered to 21 egg producers to obtain relevant information. The data collected were analyzed using descriptive statistics. The result indicated that egg producers had high understanding of choke/offensive odour (57.14%) and air-borne infections (28.5%) respectively. The study also revealed that farmers are aware of the adverse effects of the ammonia emission but lack the ability to easily adopt new innovations and possible ways to reduce ammonia emissions. Training on emission reduction strategies will be a great assistance to farmers. Most egg producers were between the ages of 30 and 50 (57.14%) and had more involvement in egg production and operated small-scale farm.

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Pages: 78-81

Cite this Article: Ndukwu E.C., Ezenwanne N.H. , "AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NUTRIENT PROFILE ACCUMULATED LAYING HENS MANURE AND AMMONIA EMISSIONS REDUCTION STRATEGIES FOR QUALITY OF EGG PRODUCTION, RESIDENT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT IN THE RIVERS WEST SENATORIAL DISTRICT, NIGERIA.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 78-81 #ijarporg


DOES ATTITUDE ASSOCIATE, CORRELATE, OR CAUSE BEHAVIOUR? AN ASSESSMENT OF ATTITUDE TOWARDS HEALTH BEHAVIOUR UNDER ONE HEALTH APPROACH IN MOROGORO, TANZANIA

Authors: MIKIDADI I. MUHANGA, JACOB R.S. MALUNGO

Abstracts: Literature doesn’t empirically posit it very clear whether attitude associates to, correlates or cause certain health behaviours. Yet; little that is known is limited to associating attitudes with health behaviour in the context which did not take into account the interaction of humans, animals and the environment. A cross sectional study was conducted in Morogoro urban and Mvomero districts in Tanzania , aiming at:- (i)assessing attitudes over health behaviour under the interface of humans, animals and the environment; and, (ii) analyzing associations, correlations and causality existing between attitudes on health behaviour and health impairing habits/practices under One Health Approach. The sample comprised of 240 respondents obtained through a multistage sampling procedure. Data was collected through a structured questionnaire using a Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) electronic platform. Associations between attitude and health behavior were modest at p value=<0.001, correlation coefficient was significant with r = .235 and p-value = <0.01, and no evidence of having attitudes directly causing certain behaviours was established. In logit regression analysis, health literacy was found to predict health behaviours too. Individual behaviors performed in a particular context tend to be influenced not only by general attitudes but by a wide range of additional factors.

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Pages: 82-91

Cite this Article: Mikidadi I. Muhanga, Jacob R.S. Malungo , "DOES ATTITUDE ASSOCIATE, CORRELATE, OR CAUSE BEHAVIOUR? AN ASSESSMENT OF ATTITUDE TOWARDS HEALTH BEHAVIOUR UNDER ONE HEALTH APPROACH IN MOROGORO, TANZANIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 82-91 #ijarporg


DEMOGRAPHIC AND AGING INTENSITY AND ITS ECONOMICAL THREATS CHINESE EXPERIENCES

Authors: NTOGWA N. BUNDALA

Abstracts: The study aimed to examine the health care policy implications on demographic and aging phenomena and its economical threats in China. The study use the panel data from 1950-2015 mainly extracted from International Monetary Fund (IMF), United Nations (UN), China NBS, China Statistical Yearbook and World Bank. The multivariate regression model is used to analyse the data at 5% level of significance, with the aid of Minitab 17 English Software. The study finds that the health care policy implementation and practices and the implementation of one child policy will threat the economic growth in China by 2030. The study recommends that, the redefining of the working age population to reflect the life expectancy level in a country. The higher the life expectancy is the higher the retirement age or wide working age; the job redesigning should be done to increase the capacity and ability of the elderly staff to stay in the office and to encourage the immigration as the means of supplementing the workforce in the country.

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Pages: 92-98

Cite this Article: Ntogwa N. Bundala , "DEMOGRAPHIC AND AGING INTENSITY AND ITS ECONOMICAL THREATS CHINESE EXPERIENCES", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 92-98 #ijarporg


TOOTH DISCOLORATION-A REVIEW

Authors: DR. AAKASH SHAH

Abstracts: Tooth colour has esthetic importance since it is visible during speech and smile. It plays a major role in overall smile of an individual. This review discusses the various causes of tooth discoloration.

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Pages: 99-100

Cite this Article: Dr. Aakash Shah , "TOOTH DISCOLORATION-A REVIEW", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 99-100 #ijarporg


REVIEW ON COPPER DEFICIENCY IN DOMESTIC RUMINANTS

Authors: AWAKE MENZIR, DEBEB DESSIE

Abstracts: The purpose of this review is to give an overview on the general conditions of copper deficiency and to highlight its preventive strategies. Copper deficiency is either a complete lack of the element in the diet or its presence in a very low amount in the animal tissue. Copper deficiency manifests itself in young ruminants as a herd problem of unthriftiness, progressive loss of weight, changes in hair coat color or texture of wool, neonatal ataxia in lambs and kids, chronic lameness, and terminal anemia. The problem occurs worldwide including the east African countries as a primary or secondary deficiency associated with environmental and animal factors. Although heavy mortalities occur in affected areas, the major loss is due to failure of animals to thrive. Copper deficiency develops annually in about 0.9% of the cattle population in the United Kingdom. Enzootic ataxia may affect up to 90% of a lamb flock in a badly affected area and most lambs die of inanition. In falling disease, up to 40% of cattle in affected herd may die. The problem can be prevented by several methods of copper supplementation, including feeding salt with 0.5-2.0% additional copper as copper sulfate, injecting a commercial preparation of copper, dosing with gelatin capsules containing copper wires, adding copper tablets to water and fertilizing pastures with copper.

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Pages: 101-110

Cite this Article: Awake Menzir, Debeb Dessie , "REVIEW ON COPPER DEFICIENCY IN DOMESTIC RUMINANTS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 101-110 #ijarporg


BRANDING STRATEGIES FOR GEORGIAN WINE PRODUCERS

Authors: SALOME SAKVARELIDZE

Abstracts: Nowadays markets proceed to grow and competition, within the businesses are getting more ferocious. This simply means that companies cannot succeed only to have products or services. The 21st century and globalization of businesses gave direction to adjust business models to the new environment and to increase importance of international brand management. Brands are the most abiding corporate assets, which ensure durable economic benefits for the companies. People receive delight from wine for over 8000 years and it was one of the first products which were broadly traded. The industry is on the stage of maturing and is saturated with different brands. It is getting harder and harder to differentiate wine brands from each other. Wineries need to have a clear marketing and financial objectives to achieve a favorable outcome in the market.

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Pages: 111-117

Cite this Article: Salome Sakvarelidze , "BRANDING STRATEGIES FOR GEORGIAN WINE PRODUCERS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 111-117 #ijarporg


VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF TRI-GONIOMETRIC METHOD FOR MEASURING PELVIC TILT AND PELVIC RANGE OF MOTION IN STANDING POSTURE

Authors: THIRUVARANGAN S, DASSANAYAKE T.D.M.S.B, SAMARANAYAKE D.B.D.L

Abstracts: The purpose of this study was to examine the validity and reliability of a test designed to measure the pelvic-tilt angle, active posterior and anterior pelvic-tilt angles and ranges of motion, and the total pelvic-tilt range of motion (ROM) in standing position. After an instruction session, the pelvic-tilt angles of the both right and left side of 49 subjects were calculated using trigonometric functions. Ranges of motion were determined from the pelvic-tilt angles. Validity coefficients (Pearson r) for trigonometric measurements were .86; .90 for the standing pelvic-tilt angle, .91; .93 for the anterior pelvic-tilt angle, .86; .89 for the posterior pelvic-tilt angle and .89; .98 for the total ROM right and left side respectively. Reliability coefficients (Pearson r) for trigonometric measurements were .73; .82 for the standing pelvic-tilt angle, .74; .68 for the anterior pelvic-tilt angle, .76; .73 for the posterior pelvic-tilt angle and .88; .95 for the total ROM right and left side respectively. The factors may have influenced the validity and reliability of the measurements, the clinical implications and limitations of the test.

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Pages: 118-122

Cite this Article: Thiruvarangan S, Dassanayake T.D.M.S.B, Samaranayake D.B.D.L , "VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF TRI-GONIOMETRIC METHOD FOR MEASURING PELVIC TILT AND PELVIC RANGE OF MOTION IN STANDING POSTURE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 118-122 #ijarporg


CHEMICAL METHOD FOR WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT: DEVELOPMENTS OF FENTON PROCESS

Authors: AHMED RUFAI DAHIRU, NORHANIM BINTI NORDIN, MOHD NASRI ISHAK, MOHD SHAHRIL BIN MISLAN, CHANDIMA GOMES

Abstracts: Fenton process represents a promising technology for the treatment of recalcitrant wastewaters. In recent years, many studies have been conducted on the applications of Fenton process for the removal of organic pollutants in wastewater. This study presents Fenton and improvements of Fenton process such as photo-Fenton, electro-Fenton and sono-Fenton processes. Previous studies on catalysts and their efficiencies in Fenton and improvements of Fenton process were also analyzed. The effects of many important operational parameters such as pH, Fenton reagents, initial concentration of the pollutants, concentration of inorganic ions and energy input in Fenton process have been discussed and their roles are highlighted. It has been concluded that further investigations are needed to evaluate the cost of Fenton process, especially when it is combined with other energy input processes. Integration of Fenton process with other conventional methods as pre-treatment or post-treatment stage is a strategy that could enhance efficiency and reduce cost of Fenton process, hence, it should be one of the research focus of Fenton process.

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Pages: 123-137

Cite this Article: Ahmed Rufai Dahiru, Norhanim Binti Nordin, Mohd Nasri Ishak, Mohd Shahril bin Mislan, Chandima Gomes , "CHEMICAL METHOD FOR WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT: DEVELOPMENTS OF FENTON PROCESS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 123-137 #ijarporg


PROMOTING THE VISION AND RESEARCH MANDATE OF INSTITUTIONS THROUGH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: CASE STUDY “NILEST MOBILE-APP”

Authors: S.I.R OKODUWA

Abstracts: Background: Technological advancement has changed the way information and awareness creation is handled in today’s world. Developing an alternative system and a more convenient way becomes imperative for every organization. The aim of this project was to design a mobile app which could enhance the promotion of the vision and research mandate of the Institute. Method: The following applications were utilized in the design: Dreamweaver studio 8, HTML 5, Corel-Draw 15, Android cheat sheet for graphic and iOS converter. A sample of the developed mobile app was tested on both android and iOS mobile phones. Result: The result showed that the app is android compatible and user friendly. It has the ability to update her users with current information from the institute as well as local and international news. It gives easy navigation to the institute’s social media pages online. It also show case various aspect of the institute ranging from academic policies, rules and regulations governing students activities and finally the mandate, vision and mission of the institute. Conclusion: This study demonstrated how a mobile application technology could help to propel the vision of an institute via mobile app in order to achieve her strategic set mandate and organizational goals.

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Pages: 138-140

Cite this Article: S.I.R Okoduwa , "PROMOTING THE VISION AND RESEARCH MANDATE OF INSTITUTIONS THROUGH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: CASE STUDY “NILEST MOBILE-APP”", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 138-140 #ijarporg


STUDY ON THE PREVALENCE OF BOVINE LUNGWORM IN GONDAR TOWN, NORTH ETHIOPIA

Authors: AWAKE MENZIR, DEBEB DESSIE

Abstracts: A cross-sectional study was conducted in Gondar town, North Ethiopia, from October 2011 to March 2012 with the objectives of determining the prevalence and assessing the possible risk factors of lungworm infection in cattle. In this study a total of 400 cattle were used. Out of these 386 animals were examined coprologically including 86 animals that were later examined under post mortem and 14 animals were examined only with postmortem examination. The overall prevalence of lungworm infection in the study was 3.1% and 0% in coprological and postmortem findings respectively. Age, sex, breed and management systems were taken as risk factors for the occurrence of lungworm infection. There were a significant difference in the prevalence of lung worm between different age groups and management systems (P<0.05) but not between breeds and sexes (P>0.05). The prevalence of lungworm was 4.2 % and 2.5% in coprological examination results of females and males respectively and 0% in postmortem in males. Prevalence of 5.6% and 0% were observed in animals of 1-5 years of age and animals of above 5 years respectively. Highest prevalence was observed in extensive management system (9%) as compared with semi-intensive (3%) and intensive (0%) management systems. In assesing the prevalenc between breeds, it was found to be higher in cross breeds (4.8%) than local breeds (2.8%). It is concluded that prevalence of bovine lungworm in the study area is more associated with young stock in extensive and semi-intensive manegmnt systems. Therefore, grazing management and regular strategic deworming of the whole herd with anthelimenthics rather than treating infested individuals is recommended.

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Pages: 141-145

Cite this Article: Awake Menzir, Debeb Dessie , "STUDY ON THE PREVALENCE OF BOVINE LUNGWORM IN GONDAR TOWN, NORTH ETHIOPIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 141-145 #ijarporg


ASSESSING SUSTAINABILITY IN MAURITIUS

Authors: NANDAN SEEBORUTH

Abstracts: The primary purpose of this study is to find out the sustainability level in Mauritius. The study also focused on the CSDI model to some extend to get an idea on how sustainability is assessed at company level. Nevertheless, in our case, we have tried to extend this concept to country level. Moreover, raw data were collected from the Central Statistic Office and all the computation was carried out through the model Furthermore, the results revealed that Mauritius is a sustainable country, but there is still more room for improvements and that we are not very far from becoming a model sustainable country for many developed countries across the world. Finally, the sustainability index has been carried out using a scenario analysis method which revealed that sustainability is applied to in Mauritius

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Pages: 146-151

Cite this Article: Nandan SEEBORUTH , "ASSESSING SUSTAINABILITY IN MAURITIUS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 146-151 #ijarporg


PREVALENCE OF BOVINE TRYPANOSOMOSIS IN SHEBE-SOMBO DISTRICT OF OROMIA REGIONAL STATE, SOUTH WEST OF ETHIOPIA.

Authors: BERHANU BULA KACHO, PROF. BHOOP SINGH

Abstracts: The study on prevalence of bovine trypanosomosis was conducted in Jimma Zone Shabe Sombo district from November 2007 to April 2008. In this study area 5 villages were involved. The diagnostic technique used included examination of packed cell volume (PCV), heamatocrit centrifugation technique (buffy coat). From the examined 780 cattle 111 were found infected with different species of trypanosomes with the overall prevalence 14.23%. The predominant species involved in the infections were Trypanosoma congolense (79.3%) followed by Trypanosoma vivax (9.9%), Trypanosoma brucei (1.8%), Trypanosoma theileri (0.9%). Mixed infections were also detected which accounted 8.1% out of the total infection rate of 14.23%. Parasitaemic and aparasitaemic animals showed significant difference in PCV values(p<0.001) that is; 32 and 11 are maximum and minimum values of parasiteamic animals whereas 46 to 12 are maximum and minimum values of aparasitaemic animals, respectively. First and above all I would like to thank my savior “Jesus Christ” who saves me from all things in the duration of my study and enabled me to complete this study successfully. I would like to thank Dr Waktole Terfa, Ato Mengistu Nemera, Ato Tesfaye Mulatu and Ato Mulugeta Desta for their valuable advice, encouragement and provision of material during my work. I am grateful to staff of Bedelle Regional laboratory and NTTICC, specially help rendered by W/O Fatuma Hassen, Ato Tesfaye, Ato Tadale, Ato Abebe, Ato Getachew, W/O Zelalem, Ato Asfawu, Ato Bultuma , is highly appreciated for the collection of the data used in this investigation. Without their skill and cooperation the work would certainly not have been done. I would like to express my gratitude to Dr Kefelegn Kebede for his assistance in data analysis. Finally I wish to express my thanks to my Mother Maftuku Iddosa and my brothers Teacher Misganu Bula, Gizachew Bula, Tashoma Bula, Lencho Bula Tarafa Bula and my sister Gaddise Bula for their financial support as well as constructive advice during the five years of study period.

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Pages: 152-156

Cite this Article: Berhanu Bula Kacho, Prof. Bhoop Singh , "PREVALENCE OF BOVINE TRYPANOSOMOSIS IN SHEBE-SOMBO DISTRICT OF OROMIA REGIONAL STATE, SOUTH WEST OF ETHIOPIA.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 152-156 #ijarporg


A STUDY ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE WITH WASTE READY-MIX CONCRETE AS COARSE AGGREGATE AND PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY GGBS

Authors: KRISHNA CHAITANYA E, DR K MANJUNATHA, HARISH B A

Abstracts: Using waste materials for new products is a global trend undergoing rapid development. Recycling materials allows for a more efficient life cycle and contributes to environmental protection. In the construction field, this trend has gained importance because of the shortage of natural resources and because of environmental problems caused by storing building-demolition wastes and concrete wastes. This situation has led to the search for new applications for these wastes, and their use as aggregates in concrete is an interesting alternative. In this paper, some characteristics of recycled coarse aggregates obtained by crushing waste ready-mix concrete, as well as the mechanical properties of recycled concretes made by using various aggregates percentages and also with GGBS with various proportions, are presented.

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Pages: 157-163

Cite this Article: Krishna Chaitanya E, Dr K Manjunatha, Harish B A , "A STUDY ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE WITH WASTE READY-MIX CONCRETE AS COARSE AGGREGATE AND PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY GGBS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 157-163 #ijarporg


A SYNTHESIS OF ORGANIZATIONAL DIAGNOSIS AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES - AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Authors: SIVAKUMAR.K., LOURTHURAJ. S.A.

Abstracts: This study synthesis the two fields’ organizational diagnosis and knowledge management practices concepts that have grown significantly in the academic and business worlds, especially in the current (Beer & Spector, 1993; Cummings & Worley, 1993; Rothwell & Sredl, 1992). One of these strategies, organizational diagnosis, involves “diagnosing,” or assessing, an organization’s global context. Knowledge management has taken a lead role in organizations which are competitive. Many organization development (OD) strategies exist for improving an organization’s effectiveness current level of functioning in order to design appropriate change interventions. The concept of diagnosis in organization development is used in a manner similar to the medical model. Methodology: Here the present study has accounted to a sample of 677 for the study which comprises of Executives, Managers / Officers and Engineers at BHEL a public limited company using stratified simple random sampling. Findings: The dimension of organizational diagnosis relationship has no significant very low positive relationship (r=.023, p>.01) with knowledge management practices and organizational diagnosis has a significant high positive relationship (r=.813, p<.01) with knowledge management practices of the employees. There was a statistical significant relationship between knowledge management practices and organizational diagnosis. Hence null hypotheses H0 was rejected and H1 was accepted. Recommendations: Organizational diagnosis can be a precaution measure in building the business and to be competitive in the global business.

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Pages: 164-169

Cite this Article: Sivakumar.K., Lourthuraj. S.A. , "A SYNTHESIS OF ORGANIZATIONAL DIAGNOSIS AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES - AN EXPLORATORY STUDY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 164-169 #ijarporg


COMPUTER AIDED MODELING & COST ESTIMATION OF A HAND TRUCK

Authors: SAGAR SHELARE, MACHCHHENDRA SONPIMPLE, TRUPTI GAJBHIYE

Abstracts: The proposed research focused on hand trucks used for transporting heavy load. Objective behind this research is to improved and simplified hand truck which is adopted to move heavy loads easily up and down from the stair; with the help of this truck we can lift the load easily up and down from stairs. This can be achieved by taking different parameters such as modification in shape of the assembly, by varying the thickness of the hollow pipe. For this purpose creo parametric 2.0 cad software will be used. The assembly will then test virtually with help of analysis software. Design a better stabilizer leg suspension system for a hand truck that adjusts to fit its terrain and has a customizable angle and height for its user. Designs and analysis of DC-powered, motorized, light material handling equipment. It pivots about an axle to let the hand truck angle vary on hills, ramps or uneven ground. Design a new solution or improve the existing one. This design needs to bolt up to the existing hand truck and provide ample strength, durability, and flexibility. Use an adjustable rate control device such as a spring assisted shock, gas spring or hydraulic shock, or even a simple rubber bushing. The main objective of this project is that to make a modified design in such a way that it operate with Safety more Versatility, Rugged and Reliable. And this achieved by using analytical as well as virtual method.

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Pages: 170-173

Cite this Article: Sagar Shelare, Machchhendra Sonpimple, Trupti Gajbhiye , "COMPUTER AIDED MODELING & COST ESTIMATION OF A HAND TRUCK", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 170-173 #ijarporg


LATE MARRIAGE AMONG MUSLIMS OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DISTRICT ANANTNAG: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY.

Authors: HILAL AHMAD BHAT

Abstracts: The trend of late marriage is growing year after year in Kashmir. Individual’s social advancement, particularly their higher education attainment and employment status; contribute to late marriage among individuals. Meanwhile, cultural factors, such as traditional roles, arranged marriage, and co residence with older parents, influences the timing of marriage. It is now an established fact that during the last twenty to thirty years, society of Kashmir has increasingly been witnessing the trend of late marriages. This in no way is going to help in building a strong, vibrant social structure and in maintaining the cultural identity within the contemporary challenges of social anarchy being seen in the developed societies. Delaying in any other aspect of socio-economic life can be compensated sooner or later but delaying the marriage beyond its rational age leads to repercussions. There are multiple reasons and factors which have become the cause for ignoring the proper age of marriage. In the present write up, the author would summarize the phenomena of late marriages in Kashmir by trying to explore some of the prime causes responsible for it and its subsequent consequences. The study is based on both primary and secondary data.

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Pages: 174-176

Cite this Article: Hilal Ahmad Bhat , "LATE MARRIAGE AMONG MUSLIMS OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DISTRICT ANANTNAG: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 174-176 #ijarporg


CALCULATING THE ABSORPTION POPULATION AND MAXIMUM QUANTUM NUMBER OF ELECTRONIC STATES OF ISOTOPIC H1F19 AND H2F19 OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE MOLECULES

Authors: DHIA HAMDI AL-AMIEDY

Abstracts: A theoretical calculation has been carried out of some of the spectroscopic properties of isotopic H1F19 and H2F19 Hydrogen fluoride molecules, such as the population of the absorption spectrum of electronic transitions X and B as a function of the temperature in the range from 50 to 500 K, and values of J in the range of 0 to 20. It was found that the values of calculated spectroscopic properties studied in this paper for H2F19 molecule greater than that of H1F19 molecules, and the population of the molecule increase as the temperature increase with increase of J reaching maximum values, the decrease reaching maimum values. Besides, a calculation is being carried out for determination of the maximum rotational quantum number of the same electronic transitions. The theoretical calculation shows that the value of Jmax increases with the increases in temperature, and its values (Jmax) for the electronic state X greater than that of B as the of the temperature increases

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Pages: 177-181

Cite this Article: Dhia Hamdi Al-Amiedy , "CALCULATING THE ABSORPTION POPULATION AND MAXIMUM QUANTUM NUMBER OF ELECTRONIC STATES OF ISOTOPIC H1F19 AND H2F19 OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE MOLECULES", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 177-181 #ijarporg


THEORETICAL MEASUREMENTS OF EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL AND DISSOCIATION ENERGY OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE H1F19 AND H2F19 MOLECULE

Authors: DHIA HAMDI AL-AMIEDY

Abstracts: The rotation effect upon Morse potential had been studied and the values of the effective potential upon potential curves had been calculated for (X, B) systems of the Silver Hydrogen fluoride H1F19 and H2F19 for the electronic transition B1Σ+ − X1Σ+ systems for the rotational quantum number (0≤ J ≤ 150). Drawing potential curves for these systems had been done. It was found that the values of the rotation effective potential for electronic state X1Σ+ had larger values than that of electronic state B1Σ+. It is clear that the rotation effect agrees mathematically with theory of these spectra. It was found that that the values of dissociation energies of the electronic excited state B had larger values than that of ground electronic state X.

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Pages: 182-185

Cite this Article: Dhia Hamdi Al-Amiedy , "THEORETICAL MEASUREMENTS OF EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL AND DISSOCIATION ENERGY OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE H1F19 AND H2F19 MOLECULE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 182-185 #ijarporg


THE VIBRATION INTENSITY OF ELECTRONIC STATES OF ISOTOPIC OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE H1F19 AND H2F19 MOLECULE

Authors: DHIA HAMDI AL-AMIEDY

Abstracts: A calculation has been carried out for the calculation of some of the spectroscopic properties of isotopes of Hydrogen fluoride H1F19 and H2F19 molecules such as, the population of the vibration spectrum of electronic transition of ground state X, and excited states B as a function temperature ranging from 0 to 1000 K. This study shows that the populations and hence the intensity of the molecule decreased exponentially as the temperature increased. It was found that the population of the vibration spectrum of electronic transition of ground state X, greater than that of the excited states B

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Pages: 186-188

Cite this Article: Dhia Hamdi Al-Amiedy , "THE VIBRATION INTENSITY OF ELECTRONIC STATES OF ISOTOPIC OF HYDROGEN FLUORIDE H1F19 AND H2F19 MOLECULE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 186-188 #ijarporg


ZTBL CREDIT PROGRAM EFFECTS ON MARROW (CUCURBITA MAXIMIA) PRODUCTIVITY IN THE COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT MARDAN PAKISTAN

Authors: DR. NAUSHAD KHAN, DR.MUNIR KHAN

Abstracts: Credit availability play great role in the development of vegetable. Seeing to its importance the study was conducted in rural area of District Mardan. The main aim of the research title was to investigate the effects of Zarai Tarqiati Bank Limited Finance Program on Marrow productivity, and to see the hurdles and obstacles to marrow growers by ZTBL. The total credit owners of ZTBL was 260 while 58 have grown the marrow in their farms. All 58 were interviewed and through questionnaire data were collected from the respondents. For analysis different statistics were applied. The result indicates average yield per hectare before 2812 Kg and after 4145Kg which was significant at 5% level. The total average per hectare cost before was Rs.17152 and after Rs.38708, and found the result significant at 5% level. The total return per hectare before was recorded Rs 83362 and after Rs.165791 and found significant at 5% confidence level. The study further explains that marrow growers facing large number of problems such as non availability of pure seed, water shortage, complicated procedure of credit availability and high interest rate of the bank, non availability of loan in time for purchasing inputs by bank, lack of proper market for their output, instability of support and subsidized price system. On the basis of hurdles and obstacles the study recommend pure seed accessibility, water channel improvement, credit provision on easy term, low interest rate by ZTBL, accessibility of proper market, support price and subsidized price system for enhancement of Marrow productivity.

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Pages: 189-191

Cite this Article: Dr. Naushad Khan, Dr.Munir Khan , "ZTBL CREDIT PROGRAM EFFECTS ON MARROW (CUCURBITA MAXIMIA) PRODUCTIVITY IN THE COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT MARDAN PAKISTAN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 189-191 #ijarporg


TOOTH DEVELOPMENT AND COLOUR - A REVIEW

Authors: DR. AAKASH SHAH

Abstracts: This review article discusses about the formation of a tooth bud and various stages of tooth development. Apart from this, the development of tooth colour and various methods of measuring it are discussed in this article.

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Pages: 192-194

Cite this Article: Dr. Aakash Shah , "TOOTH DEVELOPMENT AND COLOUR - A REVIEW", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 192-194 #ijarporg


THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN PUBLIC LISTED CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

Authors: SHARIFA HASHIM, HAFINAZ HASNIYANTI HASSAN

Abstracts: The topic of capital structure has been widely explored among the literature. Many studies have tried to identify the optimum capital structure that would allow profit maximization for companies. However, with capital structure, there have been many divergent findings due to different sectors exhibiting different behaviors and model that attempt to establish relationship between capital structure and performance. This research therefore, seeks to identify the impact of capital structure on profitability of 36 publicly listed construction firms in Malaysia in the year 2011- 2015. The objective of this study is to determine the impact and significance of capital structure on profitability, the relationship between DA with ROE, ROA and NPM and the relationship between DE with ROE, ROA and NPM. The researcher uses secondary data from audited financial statements of construction firms published in Bursa Malaysia Stock Exchange site. Quantitative methodology using random sampling was employed and the data collected were analyzed using excel and E-views 7 econometric software to come up with descriptive, regression and correlation results. The significance of data was measured using normality test and related, correlation, autocorrelation, multicollinearity and heteroscedasticity of the data was investigated to check the significance of the model. The findings revealed that capital structure impact’s financial performance of construction firms. whereby the impact was significant with DE and not significant with DA as per p-value of the coefficient of correlation. The findings also showed a negative relationship between DA and DE with ROE, ROA and NPM.

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Pages: 195-206

Cite this Article: Sharifa Hashim, Hafinaz Hasniyanti Hassan , "THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN PUBLIC LISTED CONSTRUCTION FIRMS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 195-206 #ijarporg


AN ASSESSMENT OF INSTALLATION OF BUSINESSINCUBATORS AT AL KHAWARIZMI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE/ AL AIN IN UAE

Authors: AYMAN, LIZA, BEENISH

Abstracts: Executive Summary The purpose of this proposed sustainable business incubator is to foster the knowledge of individuals and make the learning experience as innovative as possible; something which quite different than the typical learning environment in the UAE and the Middle East. It can offer a paradigm that values informal and formal education as complementary and equally significant in the lifelong learning process, focusing on its capacity to model intrinsically motivated, joyful, open-ended learning that supports self-knowledge and positive social behavior. Methodology A considerable percentage of Al Khawarizmi International College students are from different professional backgrounds. Having interviewed these students we were able to establish some of the rationale for this project. These informal interviews have established the fact has been preliminary established that the major target groups for incubators are small businesses and creative industries. Also through literature research and visits to existing incubators we collected more information about best incubators’ practices, building characteristics and funding strategies. Other observations have also included the working and learning opportunities learners may have in the incubator. Findings of the study:Business incubators are the most successful tools to initiate entrepreneurial instincts among young and potential graduates. Business incubators are the outstanding instruments to start entrepreneurial process. And During the tenure of entire study for this research it was found that tangible factors like state of art technology, management of incubation process, training and development and so on have a significant effect on initiating and orchestrating business incubation. Practical implications :The suggested business incubator will have a provisions for learners who wish to start their own businesses within the incubator’s premises by paying a subsidized fee for space within the incubator. This program is both a learning experience and an opportunity for new businesses to form. Other unique features of this incubator are its board of directors and the large amount of business resources it provides. The director that will run the business incubator has a business itself. Originality : The researchers propose this approach depending on their observations and interviews with students to develop the Business incubator which will provide assistance and support to the initial stages of business providing services ranging from technical know how to facilities. University Incubators provide a secure and confident support to the nascent entrepreneurs. University incubators create employment opportunities, products and services based on local needs and wants pool of entrepreneurial talent that boost the economies and add value to industry and government as whole.

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Pages: 207-215

Cite this Article: Ayman, Liza, Beenish , "AN ASSESSMENT OF INSTALLATION OF BUSINESSINCUBATORS AT AL KHAWARIZMI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE/ AL AIN IN UAE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/sep2017.html, Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition, 207-215 #ijarporg