Volume 04, Issued 02, May 2018

  • A Secure Localization Scheme Based on Node Authentication in WSN Deepak Prashar, Kiran Jyoti, Dilip Kumar

    Abstract - Localization is one of the prime area of concern for the applications that having social and economic importance with respect to wireless sensor networks. When WSN is deployed in aggressive environmental areas there is a risk in security breach associated with it. So designing a secure localization scheme is more important in order to maintain the integrity of the position estimations by the localization algorithm in the presence of malicious nodes.

    A Secure Localization Scheme Based on Node Authentication in WSN


    Deepak Prashar, Kiran Jyoti, Dilip Kumar

    A Secure Localization Scheme

  • Investment Pattern of Individual Investors Residing in Ahmedabad City Kavita Shah, Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt

    Abstract - This paper focuses on getting an insight on behaviour of individual investors across preferred investment avenues and the pattern of investment decisions with respect to Ahmedabad city. One can list several factors that affect the choice of investment avenues like the safety of principal amount, liquidity, income stability, and the kind of return it can provide.

    Also, the spread of investment options available like Fixed deposits, Government Securities, Corporate Bonds, Insurance policies, Real estates, Commodities, Shares and MFs, Chit Funds and Gold and Silver make it even more tricky for the individual investors. Investors have to carefully choose across all these options depending on their risk appetite and other factors like liquidity and time frame involved.

    Investment Pattern of Individual Investors Residing in Ahmedabad City

    Kavita Shah, Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt

    Investment Pattern of Individual Investors

  • Financial Literacy in India: Role of SEBI Sarita Thakur

    Abstract - The growing complexity of financial markets have raised the importance of financial literacy in India. Financial literacy can increase economic and social participation, increase competition and market efficiency in the financial services sector, and also reduce intervention of regulators. According to survey conducted by Standard & Poor’s Financial Services 2014, in India, around 76 per cent of its adult population, does not understand the basic financial concepts.

    Financial literacy is poor as compared to the rest of the world (S&P,2014). In India, RBI, SEBI, banks, NGOs and other private organisations has been actively engaged in development of financial literacy progarmmes in order to improve financial literacy in India. The objectives of this study are to study the concept of financial literacy, factors affecting financial literacy and initiatives taken by SEBI in spreading financial literacy in India.

    Financial Literacy in India: Role of SEBI

    Sarita Thakur

    Sarita Thakur

  • Patient Health Care & Ambulance Tracking System Miss. Anjalee, Miss. Sonali Rayewar, Miss. Priyanka Bachate, Miss. Pratima Jadhav, Prof. Premlatha G.

    Abstract -In the Proposed system presents design of a monitoring system for emergency patient transportation. The system will be useful for monitoring ambulance location using Google map and GPS as the Numbers of road accidents in India are the highest across the world. To prevent this, Using advance wireless technology of GPS, it is possible to provide medical facility to accident victim within short period of time.

    Patient Health Care & Ambulance Tracking System

    Miss. Anjalee, Miss. Sonali Rayewar, Miss. Priyanka Bachate, Miss. Pratima Jadhav, Prof. Premlatha G.

    Patient Health Care & Ambulance Tracking System

  • Achieve Road Safety by Detecting Drowsiness Using Raspberry PI Kit Prof. Milind Hegade, Premshree Baste, Mrunmayee Shirurkar, Sonali Wagh

    Abstract: Now a days drowsiness is one of the major causes for highway accidents. Approximate 20% of all traffic accidents are due to the diminished level of attention caused by fatigue. accident due to drowsy is controlled when the vehicle is out of control. By using eye blinks of the driver we can detect that the driver is drowsy or not . These types of accidents occurred due to drowsy and when driver wakes he/she is not able to control the vehicle.

    Achieve Road Safety by Detecting Drowsiness Using Raspberry PI Kit

    Prof. Milind Hegade, Premshree Baste, Mrunmayee Shirurkar, Sonali Wagh

    Achieve Road Safety by Detecting Drowsiness

  • Tourist Place Suggestion System and Friend Recommendation using Behavior Analysis Akshada Durge, Dhanshree Nehere, Samiksha Vavare, Himani Shrivastava, Prashant Jawalakar

    Abstract - This system is an attempt to suggest places to tourists where he could visit based on his location. In this system, as the user logs into his app using the assigned credential, Google maps are displayed to the user along with his location on the map. The user profile, photo collection, post, pages liked is analyzed. By this analysis user behavior is determined. Accordingly, his nearby tourist spots are recommended based on his preferences and interest.

    Tourist Place Suggestion System and Friend Recommendation using Behavior Analysis


    Akshada Durge, Dhanshree Nehere, Samiksha Vavare, Himani Shrivastava, Prashant Jawalakar

    Tourist Place Suggestion System

  • Drivers of Bilateral Trade between India and China Dr. Shilpa Jain

    Abstract - Both India and China are the fastest growing economies in the world. This paper throws light on the present status of India China bilateral trade. The bilateral trade between India and China has reached 84.44 billion USD in 2017. However the trade deficit between both the countries has been raised by 219% in a decade from 16 billion USD in 2006-07 to 51 billion USD IN 2016-17.

    The drivers of bilateral trade include opportunities of investment linkage between both the countries, progress made by both the countries in past decade and relative competitive advantages they have while working together in global arena. The paper delineates the recommendations to increase bilateral trade between India and China which mainly focuses on leveraging the competitive advantages possessed by both the countries while working in tandem with each other.

    Drivers of Bilateral Trade between India and China

    Dr. Shilpa Jain

    Drivers of Bilateral Trade between India and China

  • A Review of Factors Influencing Fashion-oriented Impulse Buying and their Relationship with e-Retailer Websites and In-store Environment Ayesha Anum, Dr. Asif Ali Syed

    Abstract - Researchers have been examining the field of Impulse Buying Behaviour for over six decades (Clover, 1950; Stern, 1962; Rook, 1987; Peck & Childers, 2006; Wells, Parboteeah & Valacich, 2011). The purpose of this paper is to provide a detailed account of consumers’ Impulse Buying Behaviour of fashion apparel and its relationship with the various factors that influence this behaviour.

    It gives an overview of several related aspects ranging from internal impulse triggers such as hedonic consumption tendency and fashion involvement, to external cues such as in-store environment and website design. A wide range of journal databases and academic publications have been referenced in order to review the works of various researchers and compile the literature in the field of Apparel Impulse Buying Behaviour.

    A Review of Factors Influencing Fashion-oriented Impulse Buying and their Relationship with e-Retailer Websites and In-store Environment

    Ayesha Anum, Dr. Asif Ali Syed

    Ayesha Anum, Dr. Asif Ali Syed

  • Removal of Cr and Cu using Nanomaterials - A Review Mr. Onkar Praful Kulkarni

    Abstract -The different techniques have been utilized for water and wastewater treatment expulsion of overwhelming metals so far some of which are exceptionally effective. The advancement nanofiber, nanotube and nanoparticles their application in expulsion of substantial metals is turning into a noteworthy region of research. The study revaluated that maximum removal of chromium (Cr) was observed by using Iron Nanoparticles absorbent with removal efficacy of 100%.

    Removal of Cr and Cu using Nanomaterials - A Review

    Mr. Onkar Praful Kulkarni

    Removal of Cr and Cu using Nanomaterials

  • COMPETENCY OF THE PROFESSIONAL GRADUATES IN CURRENT SCENARIO Pankaj Kumar Singh, Dr. Neha Mathur

    Abstract: This paper presents the conceptual framework of an on going research program that focuses on studying the generic competencies of graduates both professional and technical. The paper highlights various key research level points that concern skills and abilities of candidates who aspire to be employed in different professions in the labour market. Employers don’t search for traditional employees rather recruit human resources with divergent competencies.

    COMPETENCY OF THE PROFESSIONAL GRADUATES IN CURRENT SCENARIO

    Pankaj Kumar Singh, Dr. Neha Mathur

    COMPETENCY OF THE PROFESSIONAL GRADUATES

  • A Survey on Non-Uniform Sampling using Level Crossing Techniques Viswanadham R, S S Nayak, Sudheer Kumar Terlapu

    Abstract - Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC) is the foremost step in any digital communication application. Due to uniform sampling, traditional synchronous sampling systems causes high process complexity in further processing stages. Along with the complexity the power consumption is also more due to more number of computations. To avoid these problems non-uniform or asynchronous sampling techniques are introduced for time varying signals such as speech and audio signals.

    A Survey on Non-Uniform Sampling using Level Crossing Techniques


    Viswanadham R, S S Nayak, Sudheer Kumar Terlapu

    A Survey on Non-Uniform Sampling

  • Determining Thyroid Nodules Using Texture Analysis Snehal S. Ghodekar, Smita S. Chavan, Aishwarya H. Kamble, Dr. Sampada A. Dhole

    Abstract - Ultrasonography (USG) is one of the best imaging modalities for early detection of malignancy in the thyroid gland. Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD) plays an important role in classifying thyroid nodules. This paper proposes a classification of thyroid ultrasound images by using some texture features. Image processing is a technique that can be applied on medical images for detecting abnormalities such as tumors.

    Due to risk of malignancy, detecting and diagnosing of cold nodules in thyroid gland are important. Image Enhancement (forming colorful image in to gray image, Gaussian filter), Histogram Equalization and feature extraction to determine cold thyroid nodules automatically with high accuracy. Keywords: Morphological operation, Gaussian Filter, Histogram equalization, GLCM, SVM classifier.

    Determining Thyroid Nodules Using Texture Analysis

    Snehal S. Ghodekar, Smita S. Chavan, Aishwarya H. Kamble, Dr. Sampada A. Dhole

    Determining Thyroid Nodules Using Texture Analysis

  • Application of Eco-Enzyme to the Environment - A Review Ms. Samiksha Shridhar Kerkar

    Abstract - As of late Environmental Pollution has turns out to be excessively achieved lifted levels which is influencing water, air and soil and are of highly worry for people and other living life forms. Because of the fast development of urbanization and promotion the issue of natural solid waste administration or trash winds up broad basic. Thus it is important to discovering powerful, Eco-accommodating and perhaps minimal effort instruments to relieve the contamination.

    is important to discovering powerful, Eco-accommodating and perhaps minimal effort instruments to relieve the contamination and to tidy up and reestablish dirtied condition. As, the enzymes assumes imperative part to impetuses and ready to change an assortment of mixes including natural poisons. Eco enzyme is the aged item which is produced using organic products, fruit peeled waste, vegetables waste and brown sugar. By comprehension above ideas and components this review is made for concentrate different utilization of Eco-enzyme in environmental field as an Eco friendly material.

    Application of Eco-Enzyme to the Environment - A Review

    Ms. Samiksha Shridhar Kerkar

    Ms. Samiksha Shridhar Kerkar

  • Performance Analysis of Three Phase Three Level NPC Inverter Girija Sandeep Naik, J. J. Inamdar, A. P. Kinage

    Abstract -Multi-level inverters have been utilized widely in many applications, especially in renewable energy aspects. This is because of the associations in high power, medium switch voltage and lower output total harmonics distortion. Multilevel inverters are the best solution for high power dc-to-ac conversion applications. The quality of the multilevel waveform is improved by increasing the number of levels.

    Performance Analysis of Three Phase Three Level NPC Inverter

    Girija Sandeep Naik, J. J. Inamdar, A. P. Kinage

    Performance Analysis of Three Phase

  • An Exploration of Airline Sentimental Tweets with Different Classification Model M.Vadivukarassi, N. Puviarasan, P. Aruna

    Abstract: In Twitter, the customer of airline services can tweet their opinions about their travelled experiences in flight. So Twitter contains massive amount of data and information regarding airline services. These tweets are collected and explored the sentiments about the airline services to track customer satisfaction reports and to discover location of the customer. The main aim of this paper is to analyze the twitter airline dataset for finding the best and the worst airlines.

    An Exploration of Airline Sentimental Tweets with Different Classification Model

    M.Vadivukarassi, N. Puviarasan, P. Aruna

    An Exploration of Airline Sentimental Tweets

  • Detection and Prevention of Malicious Nodes Using Tree Based Method in Mobile Ad Hoc Network Shilpa Vijay, Abhishek Dubey

    Abstract - A Mobile Ad-Hoc Network (MANET) is a foundation significantly less or a self-designed aggregating of mobile nodes that can aimlessly control their geographic places such that those networks have dynamic topologies and random mobility with restricted assets. It commonly works by broadcasting the statistics. Its nature is broadcasting so there's a threat to disrupt community via attacker. The variety of attack can be performed in MANET.

    Detection and Prevention of Malicious Nodes Using Tree Based Method in Mobile Ad Hoc Network


    Shilpa Vijay, Abhishek Dubey

    Detection and Prevention of Malicious Nodes

  • Advanced Technique Using Trust Based Approach for Prevention of Black Hole Attack in Mobile Ad Hoc Network Ankita Gupta, Abhishek Dubey

    Abstract - The present Mobile Ad hoc Networks known to be (MANETs) develop into well-liked matter for researchers, and typical studies have been prepared to lift introduction of ad hoc networks. In the MANET nodes are bargain to promote packets for each other impart more distant than to their scope of transmission. The mobile node is conveying through each other without some kind of foundation.

    MANET is an alluring technology for some applications, for example, protect and strategic tasks, because of the adaptability gave by their dynamic infrastructure. In this propose work we created Black hole attack on DSR (dynamic source routing) protocol, and for avoidance and detection we initially we performed the trust calculation of the nodes in the network which established the secure path for the transmission of data from source to destination.

    Advanced Technique Using Trust Based Approach for Prevention of Black Hole Attack in Mobile Ad Hoc Network

    Ankita Gupta, Abhishek Dubey

    Advanced Technique Using Trust Based Approach

  • A Study on Impact of GST System to Retailers with Special Reference to Coimbatore District Dr. R. Sridevi

    Abstract - Good and services Tax (GST) Act has radically reshaped Indian economy. This Act has been considered as a biggest indirect tax amended so far which was long anticipated and certainly guarantee to create independent platform for all goods and services offered in India. The objective of this study is to analyse the significant effect of GST system in Retailers business with reference to Coimbatore District.

    Presumably, GST system have created uneasiness among various sectors in Indian economy. The case of retail sector is predominant effect as it generate wide employment opportunities in rural and urban sector and also enables large volume of transactions. As per global scenario, India is considered to be highest in terms of per capita retail space and the fifth largest preferred retail destination.

    A Study on Impact of GST System to Retailers with Special Reference to Coimbatore District

    Dr. R. Sridevi

    Dr. R. Sridevi

  • Security Issues in Constrained Application Protocol: A Literary Survey Tanushree Garg, Ayush Gupta, Prof Snehal Chaudhary, Prof Priyanka Paygude

    Abstract -Internet of things (IOTs) is an emerging technology; there is a wireless network between smart products or smart things connected to the Internet. It not only connects objects and people but also connects billions of gadgets, smart devices .Growth in IOT has increased rapidly in the last few years, and there has been a strong increase in the security vulnerabilities of connected items.

    Security Issues in Constrained Application Protocol: A Literary Survey

    Tanushree Garg, Ayush Gupta, Prof Snehal Chaudhary, Prof Priyanka Paygude

    Security Issues in Constrained Application Protocol

  • PWM Based Voltage Commutated Chopper with Active & Passive Loads Simulation Based Study N. R. Samal

    Abstract: This paper describes a simulation study on PWM based voltage commutated chopper with active and passive load. In this study, pulse width modulation control scheme is implemented for obtaining better response .The simulation studies are carried out at a chopping frequency of 263 Hz. The output obtained from these studies are verified and compared with theoretical as well as hardware based experimental results.

    PWM Based Voltage Commutated Chopper with Active & Passive Loads Simulation Based Study

    N. R. Samal

    PWM Based Voltage Commutated Chopper

  • Influence of Diagonal Strut Action in RC Framed Structure Jagadeesan, Reddipally Bhagyamma

    Abstract - Mostly at present in India, all the types of structures are made by Reinforced Concrete (RC) framed structure because of availability of natural sources and scarcity of land. These RC framed structures are fashioned through structural and non structural elements like infilled wall, slab, etc.,. However, infilled wall does not include in the design part of structural members but relatively react with RC frame elements whenever the framed structure subjected to lateral loading.

    Influence of Diagonal Strut Action in RC Framed Structure


    Jagadeesan, Reddipally Bhagyamma

    Influence of Diagonal Strut Action

  • Water Quality of Pashan Lake and Manas Lake Interconnected by Ramnadi River - A Case study Prof. Sagar M. Gawande, Shivani R. Bankar, Akshay M.Deshmukh, Chaitanya R. Dindkar, Trusha B. Gawde

    Abstract - Water pollution has been one of the major topics in the environmental issue of urban India. Pashan Lake and Manas Lake is an important lake in Pune city which attracts migratory birds. Deforestation on nearby hills has caused heavy siltation resulting in decreasing the depth of the lake. The surface water quality of Pashan Lake is severely degraded due to the pollution from surrounding areas directly entering the water.

    Eight surface sampling points are selected to evaluate the water quality. The study presents the physicochemical characteristics of the lake water and suggests the means to improve the water quality through eco remediation measures for restoration. Water analysis are done for the parameters like pH, Dissolved oxygen (DO), Biochemical oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical oxygen Demand (COD), Alkalinity , Electrical Conductivity.

    Water Quality of Pashan Lake and Manas Lake Interconnected by Ramnadi River - A Case study

    Prof. Sagar M. Gawande, Shivani R. Bankar, Akshay M.Deshmukh, Chaitanya R. Dindkar, Trusha B. Gawde

    Water Quality of Pashan Lake

  • GST: Towards a Rational and Simple Indirect Tax Structure Anil Kumar Bhuyan, Rashmi Ranjan Panigrahi

    Abstract - The tax on goods and services (GST) is one of the most important tax reforms in India after 70 years of independence. The earlier tax structure is very complex and to overcome these complexities the govt of India constantly changed our taxation system and Goods and Services Tax (GST) is the latest changes of our existing taxation system. To main reason behind the implementation of the GST is to smoothening and transparent of our existing taxation system.

    It is a much-awaited issue since 2006 because of the lots of political issues but after passing of the 101st Constitutional Amendment of the GST Act, the highly expected taxation system GST comes to the reality on 1st July 2017. The present paper is designed specifically to provide an in-depth knowledge of GST and what will be the changes after implementation of the GST and its impact on the major sectors of the economy and society at all.

    GST: Towards a Rational and Simple Indirect Tax Structure

    Anil Kumar Bhuyan, Rashmi Ranjan Panigrahi

    Anil Kumar Bhuyan, Rashmi Ranjan Panigrahi

  • Automated Billing System Using LI-FI Ramya Krishna, Monika Shinde, Prerna Singh

    Abstract -The latest uproar in this era is about a technology termed as Light Fidelity or more commonly known as Li-Fi. This is a much more secure method of transmission compared to existing technologies. Li-Fi is transmission of data through illumination of the LED by taking the fiber out of the fiber optics by sending data through the LED light bulb that varies in intensity faster than the human eye can follow.

    Automated Billing System Using LI-FI

    Ramya Krishna, Monika Shinde, Prerna Singh

    Automated Billing System Using LI-FI

  • A Study on Tax With Sectoral Analysis of Minimum Alternative Tax in India: An Experience From Karnataka Sachin H P, Dr. T S Devaraja

    Abstract: MAT is a compulsory calculation by every company in India before the normal tax provision of 30% on net profits. This paper highlights on the sector wise corporate tax calculation and tax payment under section 115JB. The result of hypothesis testing depicts the differences between the tax payment pattern and tax evasion predictions. As a corporate entity it's the basic responsibility of companies.

    A Study on Tax With Sectoral Analysis of Minimum Alternative Tax in India: An Experience From Karnataka

    Sachin H P, Dr. T S Devaraja

    A Study on Tax With Sectoral Analysis

  • Monitoring and Control of Solar Based Irrigation System Using IOT and Labview Surbhi Vyas , Kalpesh Chudasama, Shivansh Mishra, Ronak Patel

    Abstract - The monitoring and control of different soil parameters are necessary in agriculture. The main objective of this paper is to design an efficient and easy system to monitor soil parameter and accordingly control system in balanced condition. The proposed methodology monitor the changes occured in soil parameters like temperature, moisture, humidity, air quality and also control the system whenever any factor of soil parameter goes higher or lower.

    Monitoring and Control of Solar Based Irrigation System Using IOT and Labview


    Surbhi Vyas , Kalpesh Chudasama, Shivansh Mishra, Ronak Patel

    Monitoring and Control of Solar

  • Water Quality Status of Pashan Lake and Manas Lake Linked by Ramnadi River - An Experimental Analysis Prof. Sagar M. Gawande, Shivani R. Bankar, Akshay M.Deshmukh, Chaitanya R. Dindkar, Trusha B. Gawde

    Abstract - Water pollution has been one of the major topics in the environmental issue of urban India. Pashan Lake and Manas Lake is an important lake in Pune city which attracts migratory birds. Deforestation on nearby hills has caused heavy siltation resulting in decrease in the depth of the lake. The surface water quality of Pashan Lake is severely degraded due to the pollution from surrounding areas directly entering the water.

    Eight surface sampling points are selected to evaluate the water quality. The study presents the physicochemical characteristics of the lake water and suggests the means to improve the water quality through eco remediation measures for restoration. Water analysis are done for the parameters like pH, Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Alkalinity , Electrical Conductivity for testing the suitability for drinking, agricultural purposes.

    Water Quality Status of Pashan Lake and Manas Lake Linked by Ramnadi River - An Experimental Analysis

    Prof. Sagar M. Gawande, Shivani R. Bankar, Akshay M.Deshmukh, Chaitanya R. Dindkar, Trusha B. Gawde

    Water Quality of Pashan Lake

  • Waste Bottle Sorting Using Image Processing A. H. Ansari, Garad Akhilesh, Yuga Deshmukh, Smita Shelke

    Abstract - Rapid population growth, urbanization and industrial growth have led to severe problem of plastic waste management. We mostly use plastic in the form of water bottles, cold drink etc. The amount of use of the plastic bottles in this form is very large. These plastic bottles if properly dumped are easy to distinguish and then recycle, so there is a need of a bottle sorting system to ease this.

    We can see many people sorting these plastic bottles manually, though it gives accuracy its very time consuming and hence an automated system has to take the position of manual sorting process. Due to increasing rate plastic waste bottles automatic systems must come into action. If these bottles are not sorted within time it might be burned which will increase pollution. From the study it is formulate that an automated plastic bottle waste identification model can overcome.

    Waste Bottle Sorting Using Image Processing

    A. H. Ansari, Garad Akhilesh, Yuga Deshmukh, Smita Shelke

    Waste Bottle Sorting Using Image Processing

  • Design of ANN Controller for Selective Harmonic Elimination Miss. M. P. Bhoir, Mr. J. J. Inamdar

    Abstract -In this paper, a continuous Feed Forward back propagation Network is designed for low order odd Harmonic minimization in a single phase inverter output voltage. Results show considerable improvement in voltage spectrum if trigger pulses are generated at the ANN positions as harmonic contents are reduced with significant improvement in fundamental voltage resulting in reduction in device ratings.

    Design of ANN Controller for Selective Harmonic Elimination

    Miss. M. P. Bhoir, Mr. J. J. Inamdar

    Design of ANN Controller

  • Characterization of Additive Manufactured PETG and Carbon Fiber - PETG D. Dev Singh, Avala Raji Reddy, Suresh Arjula

    Abstract: Production of complex engineering shapes by using subtractive manufacturing processes is difficult and there is a lot of wastage of raw materials. In order to avoid this, additive manufacturing (AM) processes can be adopted. AM is a Rapid Prototyping method7 for producing desire fully functional components with available thermoplastic filaments. Here in this research, the selected additive manufacturing process is fused deposition modeling.

    Characterization of Additive Manufactured PETG and Carbon Fiber - PETG

    D. Dev Singh, Avala Raji Reddy, Suresh Arjula

    PETG and Carbon Fiber - PETG

  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Service Sector Dr. Habiba Abbasi

    Abstract - The monitoring and control of different soil parameters are necessary in agriculture. The main objective of this paper is to design an efficient and easy system to monitor soil parameter and accordingly control system in balanced condition. The proposed methodology monitor the changes occured in soil parameters like temperature, moisture, humidity, air quality and also control the system whenever any factor of soil parameter goes higher or lower.

    Corporate Social Responsibility in Service Sector


    Dr. Habiba Abbasi

    Corporate Social Responsibility in Service Sector

  • Taguchi Method based parametric optimization of process parameters for better surface finish during WEDM of newly developed hybrid Al/(SiC + Gr + Fe2O3)-MMC Amresh Kumar, Neelkant Grover, Alakesh Manna

    Abstract - The particulate reinforced aluminum metal matrix composites have unprecedented properties thereby increase their applications in the different fields such as aerospace, automotive, defense etc. But poor machinability of such materials resists their applications. The poor machinability because of high tool wear, poor surface finish, built-up-edge formation etc.

    that were identified by the various researchers when Al-metal matrix composites were machined by any well known conventional machining processes. Keeping in view, this study is focused on experimental investigation during WEDM of fabricated hybrid Al/(10wt.% SiC + 3wt.% Gr + 3wt.% Fe2O3)-MMC. The effects of WEDM control parameters such as peak current (IP), pulse-on time (Ton), pulse-off, time (Toff), wire feed (WF) and wire tension (WT) on machined surface.

    Taguchi Method based parametric optimization of process parameters for better surface finish during WEDM of newly developed hybrid Al/(SiC + Gr + Fe2O3)-MMC

    Amresh Kumar, Neelkant Grover, Alakesh Manna

    Taguchi Method based parametric optimization

  • Investors Behavior: An Empirical Study of Gwalior City Dr. Anand Kumar Shrivastava

    Abstract - The advancement of any economy relies upon solid investment funds and appropriate portion of capital for the formative exercises of any nation. The decrease of extra cash or increment in per-capita pay will add to reserve funds. The roads of speculation and the speculators' sentiment in view of their inclinations differ from individual to individual. Liquidity and security assume a noteworthy part in the speculation choice.

    charge exclusion and different components are likewise thought about. Aside from the above elements, there are statistic factors which impact the choice on venture. This paper talks about the elements which influence the speculation conduct of people in Gwalior City. Keyword: Investment Behavior, Investment Avenues, Risk.

    Investors Behavior: An Empirical Study of Gwalior City

    Dr. Anand Kumar Shrivastava

    Empirical Study of Gwalior City

  • A Comparative Study between the Physical properties of Natural Rubber/Carbon Black blend and Natural Rubber/non Carbon Black blend Sayan Basak

    Abstract -Natural Rubber has been continuously developed due to its advantages such as good combination of strength and damping property. The addition of Carbon Back (CB) in Natural Rubber is very important to enhance the strength of the natural rubber. We have studied the relative effect of CB on Natural Rubber against a non black rubber, keeping all other parameters constant. This experiment gives us an idea about how reinforced a NR/CB blend can be as compared to a NR/non CB blend.

    A Comparative Study between the Physical properties of Natural Rubber/Carbon Black blend and Natural Rubber/non Carbon Black blend

    Sayan Basak

    Physical properties of Natural Rubber

  • Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Employees in Healthcare Organizations Kulwinder Kaur, Sucha Singh

    Abstract: The basic challenge of any organization is to increase the performance of its employees at work. Performance of the employees will increase if they are satisfied at their workplace. Job satisfaction of employees plays a crucial role in determining job performance. Healthcare sector is growing rapidly in recent years. To retain the employees and to deliver effective health services and job satisfaction is very important.

    Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Employees in Healthcare Organizations

    Kulwinder Kaur, Sucha Singh

    Job Satisfaction and Job Performance

  • A Various Study based on CBIR: A Survey Prabha Singh, Nirupama Tiwari

    Abstract - CBIR is exceptionally helpful in a few applications, for example, restorative imaging, current conclusion, remote detecting and satellite imaging. The distinctive kinds of pictures are subjected to set of tasks utilized as constituent phases of CBIR. Principle target of this paper is to show audit about different picture recovery methods and it applications. With the partner of web, there has been expansive measure of Images dwells on the web.

    A Various Study based on CBIR: A Survey


    Prabha Singh, Nirupama Tiwari

    A Various Study based on CBIR : A Survey

  • Progressive collapse of RC framed structure Due to column loss scenario A. Manjari, Ch. Surya Teja

    Abstract - Progressive collapse is the spread of an initial local failure from element to element, eventually resulting in the collapse of an entire structure or disproportionately large part of it. The slew of high profile engineering calamities in the past decades has demonstrated the disastrous consequences of progressive collapse. This study is focused on investigating the response of the structures after the sudden column loss design scenarios.

    Critical columns are identified based on Demand Capacity Ratios (DCR). A reinforced concrete G+12 framed structure is analyzed for linear dynamic analysis according to General Services Administration (2016) guidelines and the critical columns are re-designed. Based on the response of the structure after the sudden column loss design scenario, various design parameters such as bending moment, axial force and DCRs are determined.

    Progressive collapse of RC framed structure Due to column loss scenario

    A. Manjari, Ch. Surya Teja

    Progressive collapse of RC framed

  • Studies on Electrical Properties of (Ta2O5)87.5 and (TiO2)12.5 Mix Oxide for MOSFET Dinesh Kulkarni, Rajashree Sarwadnya

    Abstract - The scaling down of CMOS transistor requires replacement of conventional silicon dioxide (SiO2) layer with high K material for gate. In this current work mixed oxide of (Ta2O5)87.5 and (TiO2)12.5 is chosen as alternative to SiO2. Capacitance, Fixed charges, Interface state density and Leakage current of that film is calculated. P-type single crystal silicon <100> is selected as substrate and DC reactive magnetron sputtering method with combination of Ta and Ti.

    metal targets to deposit thin film. Oxygen is used as reactive gas along with Argon. The thickness of deposited film is in the range of 300±10 nm with substrate temperature 6000C. Agilent make 4284 A L-C-R meter along with Karlsuss wafer probe station is used for C-V measurement and Agilent 4155 model is used for I-V measurement. MOS capacitor has been fabricated with Aluminium as top electrode to perform bi-directional CV and IV analysis.

    Studies on Electrical Properties of (Ta2O5)87.5 and (TiO2)12.5 Mix Oxide for MOSFET

    Dinesh Kulkarni, Rajashree Sarwadnya

    Studies on Electrical Properties

  • Financial Planning & Practices Among Households in Vellore District Ms. M. Deepa, Dr. T. Naganathi

    Abstract -Personal Financial Planning is the most important service area now-a-days while planning finances of any households. All the other matters are secondary to the money matter. Finance helps in the smooth movement of all the aspects of life. Personal finance refers to the financial management of which an individual or a family unit is required to make, to obtain, budget, save, and spend monetary resources over time, taking into account various financial risks and future life events.

    Financial Planning & Practices Among Households in Vellore District

    Ms. M. Deepa, Dr. T. Naganathi

    Financial Planning & Practices

  • Design and Development of Smart Dustbin Dharmveer Singh, Jitendra K. Pal, Kritika Singh, Sanjoo Bharti, Rakesh K. Maurya

    Abstract: One of the main concerns with our environment has been waste segregation which in addition to disturbing the balance of the environment also has adverse effects on the health of the society. The segregation and monitoring of wastes is one of the primary problems of the present era. The traditional way of manually segregating and monitoring the wastes in waste bins is a complex process and utilizes more human effort.

    Design and Development of Smart Dustbin

    Dharmveer Singh, Jitendra K. Pal, Kritika Singh, Sanjoo Bharti, Rakesh K. Maurya

    Design and Development of Smart Dustbin

  • Influence of process parameters on tool wear in turning of Ti-6Al-4V alloy J. Viswashekar, M. VenkataRamana

    Abstract - Titanium alloy is difficult to machine due to its poor machinability properties such as low thermal conductivity, elevated stress and high cutting temperature. The high cutting temperature leads to accelerate the tool wear which results short tool life and low productivity. Cutting fluids are used to reduce the cutting temperature produced at contact area between work piece and cutting tools. By using coolants, cost of the machining increases and it is hazardous to the operator.

    Influence of process parameters on tool wear in turning of Ti-6Al-4V alloy


    J. Viswashekar, M. VenkataRamana

    Influence of process parameters

  • Regulatory Performance against Capital Market Misconducts – An Indexical Analysis Kusuma Hiremat Y G, Devaraja T S

    Abstract - The extant research attempts to answer research questions from both previous literatures and present empirical analysis. The researcher considers this work unique and relevant for the following reasons. Firstly, determination of investor perception index to analyse the satisfaction level of both retail and domestic institutional investor; and to know who is more positively perceived towards effectiveness.

    regulatory measures against fraudulent activities; Secondly, determination of regulatory performance index based on 25 Investor Protection regulatory measures existing in Indian securities law for parallel effort to investigates that whether those measures are in practice or simply a law on book and to analyse whether performance of one regulatory measure effect on another one.

    Regulatory Performance against Capital Market Misconducts – An Indexical Analysis

    Kusuma Hiremat Y G, Devaraja T S

    Regulatory Performance against Capital Market

  • Development of Prototype Automated Storage System Mohd Mansoor Pasha, Dr. E. V. Ramana

    Abstract - This paper proposes a Prototype Automated Storage System to pick up the parts from preset pickup point located at the end of ramp using robotic arm. The size of individual part is identified by making use of Part Identification System and subsequently placed into a suitable compartment of Storage System. Part Identification System, Robot Arm and Storage System are integrated and controlled by programming the microcontroller.

    Keywords - Robotic arm, Part Identification System, Microcontroller, Automated Storage System.

    Development of Prototype Automated Storage System

    Mohd Mansoor Pasha, Dr. E. V. Ramana

    Development of Prototype Automated Storage

  • Seeing the Big Picture: The Effect of Height on the Level of Construal Amita Shahid

    Abstract -Drawing on research on grounded cognition and metaphorical representation, the authors propose and confirm in five studies that physical height, or even the mere concept of height, can affect the perceptual and conceptual levels of mental construal. As such, consumers who perceive themselves to be physically “high” or elevated are more likely to adopt a global perceptual processing and higher level of conceptual construal.

    Seeing the Big Picture: The Effect of Height on the Level of Construal

    Amita Shahid

    Seeing the Big Picture

  • Morphometrical Evaluation of Sub-basins In Al-Arasah Area, Shabwah Province (Yemen), Using Remote Sensing & GIS Techniques Hamdi S. Aldharab, Syed Ahmed Ali, Saleh A. Ghareb, Javed Ikbal, Mohsen Alhamed

    Abstract: The study area (1238 km2) is located in a region of arid climatic conditions; the drainage system comprises of dry water courses of channels that flow only at the times of torrential runoff during and after heavy rains, in most events the running water doesn’t reach the sea. Evaluation of morphometric parameters of sub-basins were carried for this area with the aid of remote sensing and GIS techniques.

    Morphometrical Evaluation of Sub-basins In Al-Arasah Area, Shabwah Province (Yemen), Using Remote Sensing & GIS Techniques

    Hamdi S. Aldharab, Syed Ahmed Ali, Saleh A. Ghareb, Javed Ikbal, Mohsen Alhamed

    Morphometrical Evaluation of Sub - basins

  • Training and Development of Bank Employees SUNIL DAS B.

    Abstract - Organizations and individuals should develop and progress simultaneously for their survival and attainment of mutual goals. So every modern management has to develop the organization through human resource development. Employee training is the important sub system of human resource development. Employee training is the important subsystem of human resource development. Employee training is a specialized function.

    Training and Development of Bank Employees


    SUNIL DAS B.

    Training and Development of Bank Employees

  • Study Of Agar And Selection Of Suitable Agar Medium For Nitrate And Phosphate Reducing Bacteria Ms. Patil Poonam Satish, Dr. S. B. Thakare

    Abstract - Water is wasted by many ways .Using water for washing cloth is one of the common way of wasting water. We know that nitrate and phosphate are main harmful content in the detergent. So it is necessary to treat wastewater generated after cloth washing and reuse it for various purposes. There are various methods and treatment available for removing nitrate and phosphate.

    Also different type of agar is also useful in wastewater treatment. Agar, more correctly known as agar-agar, has been used in the East for several hundred years and certainly since the seventeenth century. Agar is traditionally claimed to have been discovered by Tarazaemon Minoya in 1658 in Japan. Agar is useful in the various industries and also agar is very strong content.

    Study Of Agar And Selection Of Suitable Agar Medium For Nitrate And Phosphate Reducing Bacteria

    Ms. Patil Poonam Satish, Dr. S. B. Thakare

    Study Of Agar And Selection

  • Progressive Learning and Education through Mobile Apps - A Conceptual View M. Jeevarathinam, G. Kumaravelan

    Abstract - In this fast mobile technology environment the necessity of developing mobile learning methodologies is considered to be important since the usage and accessibility is much significant forever. Mobile learning or M-learning provides learning process through handheld devices such as tablets and table computers and iPods, smart phones, etc., The impact of mobile devices in teaching learning process gives a better opportunity.

    to enhance the skills of children and it removes all the barriers. This research work gives importance to next generation learning ideas and suggestions to examine the socio cultural and novel mobile learning experiences. Experimental strategies are applied to set of students from kinder garden students to various grades of students for the duration of six months from May 2017 to December 2017.

    Progressive Learning and Education through Mobile Apps - A Conceptual View

    M. Jeevarathinam, G. Kumaravelan

    Progressive Learning and Education

  • Micro-Insurance Industry in India: A New Paradigm of Insurance after Post Reform Period Dr. Chandan

    Abstract -In India the micro insurance is a tool to provide protection to the people living on the bottom of economic pyramid of the society. The regulations framed by Government of India in 2005 provide the mechanism for design, cost, coverage and distribution of micro insurance products in the country. This leads to emergence of new concept of micro insurance in insurance industry of India.

    Micro-Insurance Industry in India: A New Paradigm of Insurance after Post Reform Period

    Dr. Chandan

    Micro-Insurance Industry in India

  • A Concise Analysis on Fuzzy Graph Theoretical Domination-I R. Manikandan, S.Sivamani

    Abstract: In the fuzzy graph theory the rapid developing area is a study of domination and its related parameters. One of the important reason for this development is the domination in fuzzy graph theory plays a important role in several applications in engineering, social sciences, biology, computer science and some other fields. This motivates us to present this article. Here we list the few existing domination parameter.

    A Concise Analysis on Fuzzy Graph Theoretical Domination-I

    R. Manikandan, S.Sivamani

    A Concise Analysis on Fuzzy Graph

  • Innovations in In-Vehicle Infotainment and the Consumer Behaviour towards it Azhar Shaikh, Dr. Uttam Kinange

    Abstract - For many years, car infotainment was assumed to be just a radio. Later, tape decks started showing up and eventually a replaced by a CD player. However, now it has changed drastically. It is not just the entertainment what the system can provide but also the information. The information of the car and the surroundings too. The newer technologies are able to connect with other cars and infrastructure to get information which will help the drive more comfortable.

    Innovations in In-Vehicle Infotainment and the Consumer Behaviour towards it


    Azhar Shaikh, Dr. Uttam Kinange

    Innovations in In-Vehicle Infotainment

  • Evaluation of Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Particulate Hybrid Laminar Composite Materials M. Abhinav Padmanabha, S. Shyam Sunder Rao, G. Rama Rao

    Abstract - Metals are used in manufacturing of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites which help in improving the durability and toughness of the composite.In this paper,the metals aluminium and copper,in the form of fine powder are mixed with resin. This mix is applied to fabricate a particulate hybrid laminar composite material. The Mechanical properties- tensile modulus (TM) , tensile strength (TS), flexural modulus (FS).

    flexural strength (FS), Inter laminar shear strength (ILSS), hardness and electrical properties-surface resistivity(SR), volume resistivity (VR) and di-electric constant are studied by using different percentages of metal powders. It is found that the mechanical properties are increased upto 15% proportion of filler addition, after that it started decreasing. Where as the electrical properties are increasing as the proportionts of filler meterials.

    Evaluation of Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Particulate Hybrid Laminar Composite Materials

    M. Abhinav Padmanabha, S. Shyam Sunder Rao, G. Rama Rao

    Study Of Agar And Selection

  • Study on Generation, Causes and Prevention of Cracks in Structural and Non Structural Members in Buildings Dr. K. Chandrasekhar Reddy, P. Ashok

    Abstract - Building cracks are one kind of universal problem that occur in any type of concrete structure. It is most important to understand the causes and preventive measures to be taken. A Crack is to be affects the building artistic and destroys the wall integrity, affects the structure safety and reduce the durability of concrete. Some wrong steps are during construction and some unavoidable reasons are to be form different types of cracks.

    are appeared on structure; they are to be classified into structural and non-structural cracks. Structural cracks are due to incorrect design, faulty construction, poor quality& material, over loading which of these may endanger the safety of structures. Non-structural cracks are due to elastic deformation, thermal movement, creep, vegetation, chemical reaction etc. In concrete, cracks can’t be prevented entirely but they can be control.

    Study on Generation, Causes and Prevention of Cracks in Structural and Non Structural Members in Buildings

    Dr. K. Chandrasekhar Reddy, P. Ashok

    Study on Generation, Causes

  • A Novel Information model for an Interactive beginner Learning system through mobile Apps M. Jeevarathinam, G. Kumaravelan

    Abstract -Mobile learning application is widely used in education systems in the present century due to the advancement of the technology and availability. Mobile Learning offers adequate support to the users from their own devices such as mobile phones, tablet computers, MP3 players, smart phones and mobile phones. The creative design and the customized mobile applications provide a positive sense of community to form virtual community of learning.

    A Novel Information model for an Interactive beginner Learning system through mobile Apps

    M. Jeevarathinam, G. Kumaravelan

    A Novel Information model

  • Experimental Study on Durability Properties of Concrete with Replacement of Local River Sand by Robo, Marble and Ennore Sand Dr. K. Chandrasekhar Reddy, K. Praneel Kumar Reddy

    Abstract: Cement concrete is widely used in construction especially in developing world due to readily available, ease in construction and cost effective. Concrete is prepared by mixing cement; fine aggregate, coarse aggregate with sufficient amount of water. One of the major constituents in concrete is sand which essentially fills the voids and imparts reasonable strength. The fundamental quality of sand is, it should not react with products of hydration.

    Experimental Study on Durability Properties of Concrete with Replacement of Local River Sand by Robo, Marble and Ennore Sand

    Dr. K. Chandrasekhar Reddy, K. Praneel Kumar Reddy

    Study on Durability Properties

  • Impact of Service Quality on Customer Loyalty in Indian Banking Sector in Odisha Jyoti Prasad Behera

    Abstract - Objective of this study is to determine the Impact of service quality on customer loyalty in Indian banking sector in the state of Odisha, with special reference to the district of Khordha and Puri. Service quality plays an indispensable role in every organization in order to attract and to retain the customer. Banking sector plays an important role in the upliftment of economy and helps in financial inclusion.

    Impact of Service Quality on Customer Loyalty in Indian Banking Sector in Odisha


    Jyoti Prasad Behera

    Impact of Service Quality on Customer

  • Stabilisation of Soil Using Sodium Hydroxide Additive Krishna Keshav, M.K. Mishra, J.P. Singh

    Abstract - The objective of this paper is to investigate the effect of adding different percentage of sodium hydroxide on the engineering properties of nearby clayey soil. In the present study, the amount of sodium hydroxide is taken as 2%,4%,6%,8%,10%, by weight of the soil as soil stabilizer for the investigation purposes. From the present study it is found that 6% of sodium hydroxide is optimum for reducing the optimum moisture content (OMC) of the soil.

    the value of OMC reduces from 15.4% to 9.87%. After further addition of sodium hydroxide, the OMC starts increasing which is not good for the clayey soil, also from the investigation it is found that the maximum dry density (MDD) of the natural soil increases upto 5% to 6% of sodium hydroxide and after that MDD starts decreasing. The value of maximum dry density(MDD) increases from 1.72g/cc to 1.91g/cc. After addition of sodium hydroxide, the value of UCS increases.

    Stabilisation of Soil Using Sodium Hydroxide Additive

    Krishna Keshav, M.K. Mishra, J.P. Singh

    Stabilisation of Soil

  • Stabilisation of soil using sodium hydroxide treated polypropylene fiber Dheeraj Kumar, M.K.Mishra, A.K. Singh, J.P. Singh

    Abstract - Soil stabilisation is the process by which strength properties of soil can be improved with the use of adding some materials like Lime, NaOH, polypropylene etc. There is a rapid increase in waste quantity of plastic fiber materials, these waste plastic fiber materials are generally dumped or thrown, which may deteriorate the ecology and environment, because these are non-biodegradable fiber materials.

    Among these, one of the waste fiber materials are polypropylene fiber materials. In this present work polypropylene fiber has been used as ingredients for soil stabilisation. The soil has been replaced by the polypropylene fiber in certain percentages and tests have been performed. The soil was replaced with varying proportions of polypropylene fiber to find out the optimum quantity of polypropylene fiber.

    Stabilisation of soil using sodium hydroxide treated polypropylene fiber

    Dheeraj Kumar, M.K.Mishra, A.K. Singh, J.P. Singh

    Stabilisation of soil using sodium

  • Use of over burn crushed Brick as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete mix Vikash Kumar Gautam, Devesh Jaysawal

    Abstract -The study during this paper is administered to check the practicability of exploitation crushed over burn bricks to alternate the coarse mixture (gravel) in concrete. 2 kinds of concrete intermixture are ready. the primary one may be a mixture of 1:2:4 while not crushed over burn bricks and is employed as a reference mixture .The other is formed of various weight of crushed over burn bricks (as a proportion from the load of the coarse aggregate).

    Use of over burn crushed Brick as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete mix

    Vikash Kumar Gautam, Devesh Jaysawal

    Use of over burn crushed Brick

  • A Various Study on Pavement Material For Road Sub Base Mahaveer Prasad, Mr.Jay Ram Sharma

    Abstract: Since ancient times, human being has used the natural earth surface for transportation. The soil surfaces roads have been compacted by humans and animals traffic and the tracks were developed as a natural result of the movement of traffic. High quality aggregates that meet the specifications have gotten progressively scarce and costly in several localities in Republic of India. Ancient versatile pavement specifications need top quality aggregates in each base and sub base course.

    A Various Study on Pavement Material For Road Sub Base

    Mahaveer Prasad, Mr.Jay Ram Sharma

    A Various Study on Pavement

  • A study on density by using plastic waste in Concrete Mix Sanjeet Kumar, Neha Singh

    Abstract - This study is illustrate the consumption of plastic wastes which is easily available. It compress crushed graded in organic particles are processed from the materials that are employed in construction. The scope of current investigation is to determines and compares the fresh density and dry density mix by using different percentage of plastic waste .The investigation of carried out using fresh density and dry density test.

    A study on density by using plastic waste in Concrete Mix


    Sanjeet Kumar, Neha Singh

    A study on density

  • Automatic Speech Recognition of Rhotic Phonetic Class Words in Malayalam language Cini Kurian

    Abstract - Diversity of phonetic realization is an important issue has been identified in speech recognition research. For most of literate languages, phonemes and letters in their scripts have varying degrees of correspondence. A given letter which is parallel across various languages may have different degrees of divergence in its phonetic realization in these languages.

    Hence in this paper we present speech recognition performance of rhotic class words of Malyalam language. Keywords: Automatic speech recognition , Malayalam, rhotic class words.

    Automatic Speech Recognition of Rhotic Phonetic Class Words in Malayalam language

    Cini Kurian

    Automatic Speech Recognition

  • An Experimental Investigation on Strength Characteristic of Rice Husk Ash Based Low Cost Sandcrete Blocks Suma Paralada

    Abstract - Concrete blocks containing rice husk ash should be promoted as a new construction material to replace the existing blocks in market. Properties of the material used must be better understood first to obtain the desired concrete block.This paper summarizes the research work on the properties of Rice Husk Ash (RHA) when used as partial replacement for Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) in concrete.

    OPC was replaced with RHA by weight at 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25%. 0% replacement served as the control. The Compaction factor, compressive strength, water absorption, moisture movement and modulus of elasticity were investigated. Preliminary analysis of the constituent materials of the ordinary Portland cement and Rice Husk Ash concrete blocks were conducted to confirm their suitability for block making.

    An Experimental Investigation on Strength Characteristic of Rice Husk Ash Based Low Cost Sandcrete Blocks

    Suma Paralada

    Low Cost Sandcrete Blocks

  • An Efficient Approach in Image Segmentation based on Energetic Self Organizing Map R.V.Santhi, Dr. E.Ramaraj

    Abstract -Image Segmentation is one of the key problems in Digital Image Processing which acts as a Pre-processing for major image related tasks. The lack of segmentation accuracy is the chief drawback of the existing methods and this paper proposes a novel image segmentation method to perform generic image segmentation that is united to the three types of images namely Natural, Medical and Satellite.

    An Efficient Approach in Image Segmentation based on Energetic Self Organizing Map

    R.V.Santhi, Dr. E.Ramaraj

    Image Segmentation based on Energetic

  • Comparative analysis of classifier algorithm in data mining Aikjot Kaur Narula, Dr.Raman Maini

    Abstract: Data mining is a process of extracting data from the large set of data sets. It is used to choose the data by specifying a pattern to solve the problem. Data mining is a technique which is currently used in almost every field such as science, education, technology,and research,etc. in order to draw the concrete conclusions. classification is a method of data mining which is used for predicition In this paper, there will be a comperative analysis of classifiers.

    Comparative analysis of classifier algorithm in data mining

    Aikjot Kaur Narula, Dr.Raman Maini

    Comparative analysis of classifier algorithm

  • Empirical Study On Financial Inclusion: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach Mushtaq Ahmad shah, Dr. B.D Mishra

    Abstract - Inclusive and sustainable development, collective access to assets, reduction in poverty and overall improvement in individuals’ well-being can all stem from financial inclusion. However World Bank study estimated 2 billion working age adults globally, more than half of the total adult population have no access to the formal financial services. Cost of opening and maintaining a bank account, inadequate savings, a lack of physical accessibility.

    Empirical Study On Financial Inclusion: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach


    Mushtaq Ahmad shah, Dr. B.D Mishra

    Empirical Study On Financial Inclusion

  • A Comparative Study of Clay Bricks with GGBS and Laterite Soil Arya K C, Alester Joseph Vanreyk

    Abstract - Bricks are the commonly used construction material used around the world. The cost of clay increases day by day. An alternate method to decrease the quantity of clay is by adding the waste materials. GGBS is a byproduct from iron industry. GGBS was added in 4%, 8%, 12%, 16%. Laterite soil is a soil type with high clay content. . It also contains minerals like kaolinite and illite.. To improve the properties of clay bricks.

    laterite soil is also added in 5%, 10%, 15% and 20%. 15 % of lateriate soil added to clay bricks was found as optimum percentage. To the optimum percentage of Laterite soil GGBS were added in varing percentages. Compressive strength, water absorption, efflorescence and thermal conductivity were analysed. 8% GGBS, and 15% laterite soil were separately added to clay.

    A Comparative Study of Clay Bricks with GGBS and Laterite Soil

    Arya K C, Alester Joseph Vanreyk

    A Comparative Study of Clay Bricks

  • Analysis of Service Quality Gaps - A study of Punjab Police Dr. Apar Singh, Karampaul singh

    Abstract - This study aims to find out the service quality gaps about the police services or police department. It seeks to study the difference between the image perceptions of police after call on 100 number helpline number and call on 100 number helpline number. To collect the data questionnaire had been developed on the brand personality factors.

    The data collected has been analyzed using SPSS software and for mean difference used to calculate the gap difference between the expectation and perception of service provided by police department . The study provides an insight into which factors are more important when public receiving services of police department and calling on helpline number 100. Keywords- Brand image, Services, Sincerity, Excitement, Competence, sophistication and Ruggedness.

    Analysis of Service Quality Gaps - A study of Punjab Police

    Dr. Apar Singh, Karampaul singh

    Analysis of Service Quality Gaps

  • EEG Signal Based System to Control Home Appliances Anil K., Praveen K., Gauttam J.

    Abstract -This paper present a method of features extraction from an electroencephalograph (EEG) signal in real time based on common spatial pattern and utilize this into control command for home appliance. The determined goal of a BCI is the refurbishment of communication, effort and realization for patient and normal human. Due to successive research of electroencephalography based on single-sensor and spelling.

    EEG Signal Based System to Control Home Appliances

    Anil K., Praveen K., Gauttam J.

    EEG Signal Based System

  • Microaneurysm Detection in Fundus Images Mr. Abhinandan Kalita

    Abstract: Diabetic patients suffer from diabetic retinopathy due to prolonged diabetes. Microaneurysms are the first clinical abnormality found in the eye of a diabetic patient. This paper deals with some image processing operations to extract microaneurysms with the help of a few innovative texture features for the analysis of diabetic retinopathy. The performance of the proposed method stands out prominent in terms of specificity and accuracy.

    Microaneurysm Detection in Fundus Images

    Mr. Abhinandan Kalita

    Microaneurysm Detection in Fundus Images

  • Extracting User Interest from Weblog Through Time Frame User Sequential Patterns T. Mohan Chowdary, C. Shoba Bindu, P. Dileep Kumar Reddy

    Abstract - Data Mining can be defined as extracting Knowledge from the huge volume of data. To identify user browsed patterns in document streams “Web Usage Mining” (WUM), a data mining technique may be used. In the internet, documents are created and distributed in different forms like emails, microblog articles, news streams, chatting messages, web forum discussions, research paper archives.

    Extracting User Interest from Weblog Through Time Frame User Sequential Patterns


    T. Mohan Chowdary, C. Shoba Bindu, P. Dileep Kumar Reddy

    Extracting User Interest from Weblog

  • Design and Vibration Analysis of Steam Turbine Low Pressure Blade-2 to Enhance Efficiency V.Suwrana Kumar, G.Prasanna Kumar, S.Varun

    Abstract - The development of country depends on the amount of power production. Thermal power plant plays a major roe in power production. In thermal power plant steam turbine is one of the essential components and it produces rotational work which is important for production. Limited primary energy resources and awareness of environmental pollution has led to ever increasing endeavor to develop new steam turbine power plants with the highest possible efficiencies.

    Even small step increase in efficiency can result in major saving for the customer. As overall cycle efficiency is strongly dependent on steam turbine performance the efforts are directed primarily towards improvement in reducing the losses. The principle of steam turbine is steam energy is converted mechanical work by expansion through the turbine. The expansion takes place through a series of fixed blades (nozzles) and moving blades.

    Design and Vibration Analysis of Steam Turbine Low Pressure Blade-2 to Enhance Efficiency

    V.Suwrana Kumar, G.Prasanna Kumar, S.Varun

    Design and Vibration Analysis of Steam

  • Effectiveness of Training in Enhancement of Understanding of Outcome Based Education Among Faculty Members in Higher Education Institutions Aanyaa Chaudhary, Prof. Raghuvir Singh

    Abstract - The study aims to investigate how training effects the understanding of Outcome Based (OBE) concept among faculty members of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The population for the present study were Faculty Members from HEIs in the state of Rajasthan. Data of faculty members was collected through structured close ended questionnaire. The questionnaire framed consisted of 47 questions on various aspects of OBE concept like-Program level outcomes.

    Course Level outcomes, Pedagogy, Assessment & Constructivist Alignment. The responses were measured on a 5 point Likert scale. A pre & post study was done on faculty group from various institutions. The faculty members were assessed on their knowledge of OBE concept. After the first assessment a training on the concept was provided to these faculty members and they were assessed again on their understanding.

    Effectiveness of Training in Enhancement of Understanding of Outcome Based Education Among Faculty Members in Higher Education Institutions

    Aanyaa Chaudhary, Prof. Raghuvir Singh

    Understanding of Outcome Based Education

  • Circle related reverse-graphoidal Magic strength Mathew Varkey T.K, Mini. S. Thomas

    Abstract -Circle related reverse-graphoidal Magic strength.

    Circle related reverse-graphoidal Magic strength

    Mathew Varkey T.K, Mini. S. Thomas

    Circle related reverse-graphoidal Magic strength

  • Performance of Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana and its Role Towards New Entreprenureship/Start-Ups Harpreet Singh, Roop Kamal

    Abstract: Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojna was introduced by GOI on 8 April 2015, with the view to provide the loans to the unbanked people especially small business owners to make them self-reliant & self-dependent. The basic objective of this scheme is to provide loans to small businessmen as they require micro finance. The yojna plays a significant role in promoting new entrepreneurs/start-up and self-employment for the young talented.

    Performance of Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana and its Role Towards New Entreprenureship/Start-Ups

    Harpreet Singh, Roop Kamal

    Performance of Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana

  • Estimating Forecast Deliverable of New Agile Project Using Historical Data to Improve Productivity Mrs. R. Manjula, Dr. Mrs. R.Thirumalai Selvi

    Abstract - Performance of a project can be used to determine the forecast deliverables of a new project. Performance depends on people and project factors. Various factors such as capability, skill match, domain experience, Project objectives, Requirement stability, life cycle selection and product sizing are considered to improve forecast deliverable of a new project. This paper discuss about to verify Historical project’s tools, technology, domain, work experience.

    Estimating Forecast Deliverable of New Agile Project Using Historical Data to Improve Productivity


    Mrs. R. Manjula, Dr. Mrs. R.Thirumalai Selvi

    New Agile Project Using Historical Data

  • (1,2)*- β g''' -interior and (1,2)*- β g''' -closure in Bitopological Spaces Dr. A. Arivu Chelvam

    Abstract - The purpose of this paper for the notion of (1,2)*- β g‴ -interior is defined and some of its basic properties are studied. Also we introduce the concept of (1,2)*- β g‴ - closure in bitopological spaces using the notion of (1,2)*- β g‴ -closed sets, and we obtain some related results. For any A ⊆ X, it is proved that the complement of (1,2)*- β g‴ -interior of A is the (1,2)*- β g‴ -closure of the complement of A..

    The purpose of this paper for the notion of (1,2)*- β g‴ -interior is defined and some of its basic properties are studied. Also we introduce the concept of (1,2)*- β g‴ - closure in bitopological spaces using the notion of (1,2)*- β g‴ -closed sets, and we obtain some related results. For any A ⊆ X, it is proved that the complement of (1,2)*- β g‴ -interior of A is the (1,2)*- β g‴ -closure of the complement of A..

    (1,2)*- β g''' -interior and (1,2)*- β g''' -closure in Bitopological Spaces

    Dr. A. Arivu Chelvam

    (1,2)*- β g''' -interior and (1,2)*- β g''' -closure

  • Partial molar properties of binary liquid mixtures of Propiophenone with 2-AlkoxyEthanols at T=303.15-318.15K Nanduri Gayatri Devi, D. Ramachandran

    Abstract - Densities ’ρ’, Ultrasonic speeds of sound‘u’of binary mixtures of Propiophenone with2-Methoxy Ethanol, 2-Ethoxy Ethanol and 2-Butoxy Ethanol were measured over the entire composition range at T = 303.15 to 318.15K at atmospheric pressure 0.1MPa.

    Experimental data has been used to calculate the deviation in isentropic compressibility &the excess isentropic compressibility and their results were fitted with the Redlich Kister equation to estimate the binary coefficients and standard deviation between experimental and calculated data.

    Partial molar properties of binary liquid mixtures of Propiophenone with 2-AlkoxyEthanols at T=303.15-318.15K

    Nanduri Gayatri Devi, D. Ramachandran

    Partial molar properties of binary liquid

  • Review Paper on Comparative Analysis on Solar Crop Dryer Sandeep lakhera, Rahul Bahuguna, Sudeep Singh Rawat

    Abstract -In this paper we are focusing on the past history of solar crop dryer worldwide, their basics, construction material, devices used and the different- different optimization technique used by the researchers to increase the efficiency of the dryer. Comparison of solar dryers with respect to their construction, their parameters, rate of removing moisture content and between their efficiency. Some suggestions are put at the end of this papers some data are provided in respect of india.

    Review Paper on Comparative Analysis on Solar Crop Dryer

    Sandeep lakhera, Rahul Bahuguna, Sudeep Singh Rawat

    Comparative Analysis on Solar Crop Dryer

  • Subtask Scheduling to Minimize Total Weighted Completion Time for Costumer Order Scheduling Suma T, Murugesan R

    Abstract: In the current scenario, for many manufacturing industries, it is challenging task to commit a due date for customer order. To address this key issue, many manufacturing industries are adopting multi variety manufacturing mode. In this mode a number of orders are composed of several product types, these product types have to be scheduled on a different machines, each one capable of processing a single product type and all order should be delivered on time simultaneously.

    Subtask Scheduling to Minimize Total Weighted Completion Time for Costumer Order Scheduling

    Suma T, Murugesan R

    Minimize Total Weighted Completion Time

  • A Review on Challenges and Technology for Evolvatory Antennas using HFSS and GA B.S.S.V. Ramesh Babu, DR. SATYASIS MISHRA, Dr.P.S.R. Chowdary

    Abstract - Optimizing the geometry for desired radiation characteristics is an important aspect in the design of electromagnetic systems like micro devices. There are several conventional techniques that are used for efficient optimizations of these electromagnetic systems. However, they are less efficient when compared with the other evolutionary techniques. In this paper, a brief review of techniques involved in integrating the electromagnetic modelling tool.

    A Review on Challenges and Technology for Evolvatory Antennas using HFSS and GA


    B.S.S.V. Ramesh Babu, DR. SATYASIS MISHRA, Dr.P.S.R. Chowdary

    Evolvatory Antennas using HFSS and GA

  • Hydrogen as an additive in Internal Combustion Engines a Review Rituraj Choube, Prof R J Jani, Prof Gaurav N Sutaria

    Abstract - Due to the increase in dependency in non-renewable energy resources, there has been studies and interest in using a cleaner and more eco-friendly approach to consuming energy. One of the methods in obtaining clean energy is the utilization of hydrogen. Hydrogen is an abundant element on Earth and stands out from the rest of the renewable forms of energy. Hydrogen is the fuel of the future.

    Hydrogen is an energy carrier that can be used in internal combustion engines or fuel cells producing virtually no greenhouse gas emissions when combusted with oxygen. The only significant emission is water vapor. Hydrogen production and storage is currently undergoing extensive research. Hydrogen can be used as the primary fuel in an internal combustion engine or in a fuel cell.

    Hydrogen as an additive in Internal Combustion Engines a Review

    Rituraj Choube, Prof R J Jani, Prof Gaurav N Sutaria

    Hydrogen as an additive in Internal Combustion

  • Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Clean Development Mechanism for Solid Waste Management in Nashik Shijo S. Thomas, Dr. M.P.Kadam

    Abstract - The Municipal solid waste in Nashik city has been observed to be increasing day by day due to heavy urbanization, industrialization, growth in population density and income. The growth of households, industries, commercial units such as hotels, theatres, restaurants, malls and other infrastructures are increasing at greater level; however Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has joined hands with Mailhem Ikos Environment Pvt. Ltd.

    (France-based)/ naming the facility in Nashik city as Nashik Waste Management (NWM) for collection ,segregation, processing, O&M of Nashik Waste Management. NMC has also made Partners with GIZ (German-based) recently and have installed a Biomethanation plant of 30 TPD especially for biodegradable waste from hotels, restaurants and other such units, but it is not under the scope of NWM. The solid waste collected in Nashik.

    Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Clean Development Mechanism for Solid Waste Management in Nashik

    Shijo S. Thomas, Dr. M.P.Kadam

    Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

  • Study of Long Distance Passenger Transport Service with Reference to Selected State Transport Undertakings in India Mr. Raju Laxman Giri, Dr. Shyamkant. V. Shrigiriwar

    Abstract -During the last two decades, there has been an exponential growth in the number of automobiles in India. In passenger transport segment State Transport Undertakings (STU) are trying to upgrade their services by using modern vehicles. The private operators are using better quality buses to attract the passengers of STUs towards them. So it is important to study the kind of buses the STUs are using and some statistics about the STUs.

    Study of Long Distance Passenger Transport Service with Reference to Selected State Transport Undertakings in India

    Mr. Raju Laxman Giri, Dr. Shyamkant. V. Shrigiriwar

    Study of Long Distance Passenger Transport Service

  • Study on the Effect of Biogrouting in Cochin Marine Sand Aparna Sukumaran, Emy Poulose

    Abstract: Cochin Marine Sand (CMS) are highly permeable, loose soil having low shear strength. Traditional methods of soil improvement include mechanical stabilization, chemical stabilization and stabilization through grouting. Cement and chemical grouting are the most commonly adopted methods. These stabilizations may affect the ground water flow and cause release of carbon dioxide pollutants to both water as well as air.

    Study on the Effect of Biogrouting in Cochin Marine Sand

    Aparna Sukumaran, Emy Poulose

    Study on the Effect of Biogrouting in Cochin Marine Sand

  • Survey of Brain Tumor Segmentation on MRI Images C. Jaspin Jeba Sheela, G. Suganthi

    Abstract - Early human brain tumor diagnosis and radiotherapy planning can be aided with human brain segmentation based on digital image processing algorithms. In literature, Lot of papers are published on brain tumor segmentation. But brain tumor segmentation is still a challenging issue in medical imagery even with the help of Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI). This paper makes an analysis of brain tumor detection methods which are published recently, to aid the pathologists.

    Survey of Brain Tumor Segmentation on MRI Images


    C. Jaspin Jeba Sheela, G. Suganthi

    Survey of Brain Tumor Segmentation on MRI Images

  • A Literature Review On Time Modulation Antenna Array Using Evolutionary Computing Tools Mr. P.V.K.DURGA PRASAD, Dr. S.S.NAYAK, Dr. P.S.R. CHOWDARY

    Abstract - Array synthesis using evolutionary computing algorithms involves in determining the appropriate non-uniform distribution of current excitation on each element of the array. However, implementation of the non-uniform distribution is a cumbersome task. Recently, the time modulation(TM) of the uniform current distribution is capable of providing excellent desired radiation features with ease.

    This paper thoroughly revised the latest and contemporary research in the field of time modulation schemes managed by the evolutionary computing tools for the synthesis of various types of antenna arrays. Keywords —Antenna arrays, time modulation, uniform distribution, evolutionary algorithms, non-uniform amplitudes.

    A Literature Review On Time Modulation Antenna Array Using Evolutionary Computing Tools

    Mr. P.V.K.DURGA PRASAD, Dr. S.S.NAYAK, Dr. P.S.R. CHOWDARY

    Time Modulation Antenna Array

  • Financial Inclusion - A Profitable Inclusion Niharika

    Abstract - Financial inclusion has emerged as an important development goal at national and international level. Financial inclusion officially started in India in 2005, with a pilot project in Mangalam in Puducherry. It became the first village to achieve 100% financial inclusion. Financial inclusion is a structured strategy to extract a growth which is coupled with equivalent opportunities, constituting of economic, social, institutional and political dimensions.

    But it is still a stubborn challenge in size and scope, although, is of great deal in terms of social and business opportunities. This research article is an attempt to comprehend how financial inclusion is profitable in India wherein problems like financial and digital illiteracy rule. With the introduction of right reforms and revolutionary approach (financial and digital literacy, appropriate financial services) by Reserve Bank of India.

    Financial Inclusion - A Profitable Inclusion

    Niharika

    Financial Inclusion - A Profitable Inclusion

  • Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow in Annuli with Groove in Inner Pipe for Different Reynolds Number and Aspect Ratios Shailesh K. Patel, Dilip S. Patel, Dr. Kedar A. Pathak

    Abstract -The paper presents results of numerical investigation carried out to study the effect of groove on inner pipe of double pipe heat exchanger (DPHE). The objective of this work is to view the vortices generated in the cavity formed in groove and the flow pattern, pressure and velocity contours for further augmentation of heat transfer enhancement. The rectangular grooves were incised on outer surface of inner tube side with circumferential pattern.

    Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow in Annuli with Groove in Inner Pipe for Different Reynolds Number and Aspect Ratios

    Shailesh K. Patel, Dilip S. Patel, Dr. Kedar A. Pathak

    Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow

  • An Efficient Hybrid Multichannel LBP Based Color Descriptor for CBIR D. Latha , Dr. Y. Jacob Vetha Raj

    Abstract: Local Binary Patterns (LBP) was adopted for their accurate performance on various categories of scenes. Usually the LBP for three channels was gained by just combining the binary values from the three channels. But it usually increases the dimensionality of the pattern and also it performs slower than other methods. So as to solve this problem an effective hybrid multichannel LBP based color descriptor for CBIR which utilizes the information.

    An Efficient Hybrid Multichannel LBP Based Color Descriptor for CBIR

    D. Latha , Dr. Y. Jacob Vetha Raj

    LBP Based Color Descriptor for CBIR

  • Mechanical Properties Investigation of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete Cured With Synthetic and Bio Polymer as Self Curing Agent Sarita Sharma, Devesh Jaysawal

    Abstract - The curing process is one of the most important part of concrete construction work .Concrete properties like strength, durability, permeability and surface hardness is predominantly depends on the curing process .It is also vital for early age cracking like autogenous shrinkage which alter the durability of concrete .Many times true curing is arduous because of manpower inaccessibility, lack of water and unapproachable parts of structure.

    Mechanical Properties Investigation of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete Cured With Synthetic and Bio Polymer as Self Curing Agent


    Sarita Sharma, Devesh Jaysawal

    Mechanical Properties Investigation

  • CSR Practices By Indian Companies: A Review Of Literature Dr. Sanjeeb Kumar Dey, Ashutosh Prayas Dash

    Abstract - The last half decade has witnessed a remarkable resurgence of attention among practitioners and scholars to understanding the ability of corporate social responsibility (CSR) to address many problems. While significant advances have been made, assessing the forms, types and impacts on intended objectives is impeded by the conflation of distinct phenomena, which has created misunderstandings about why firms support CSR.

    the implications of this support, or lack thereof, for the potential effectiveness of innovative policy options. Despite a dramatic increase in CSR research in recent years, little is known about how and why companies invest in some CSR practices but not others, or how such choices are affected by the cultural, socioeconomic, and competitive contexts in which companies operate.

    CSR Practices By Indian Companies: A Review Of Literature

    Dr. Sanjeeb Kumar Dey, Ashutosh Prayas Dash

    CSR Practices By Indian Companies

  • Enhancing Data Security with De-duplication Using Key Exchange Protocol N. Pavan Venkata Ramana , S. Vasundra

    Abstract - Data accumulated in the virtual servers is notably increasing with timely manner. Security of the stored statistics leads to the serious concern. As corporate generate more data in day to day, the same data may be stored into the servers in multiple times which may occupy large storage space. Data storing multiple times in servers may lead to enormous storage of data. The retrieval of data also gets difficult.

    This may even affect the workload and latency of the servers. With the security as the main concern, data generally uploaded in encryption form. The retrieval of data is also in an encrypted format until the key is produced to decrypt the data to plain text. As the statistics stored in the cloud is in an encrypted format, the files that are uploading to servers are not identified for whether the file consists of similar data or the one of kind information.

    Enhancing Data Security with De-duplication Using Key Exchange Protocol

    N. Pavan Venkata Ramana , S. Vasundra

    De-duplication Using Key Exchange Protocol

  • Hardware Implementation Of Multi Level Inverter Based DVR Mr. Vishal V. Ghatge, Prof. Anjali V. Naik

    Abstract -This project proposes the Hardware implementation of the multilevel inverter based DVR system which can mitigate the problem related with the voltage sag in the distribution system for single phase supply. Voltage sag can causes many problems to entire system. The Multi-level inverter based DVR which is used to protect the sensitive equipment such as computer, printer from line fault such as voltage sag.

    Hardware Implementation Of Multi Level Inverter Based DVR

    Mr. Vishal V. Ghatge, Prof. Anjali V. Naik

    Multi Level Inverter Based DVR

  • Review On Multi-objective Optimization of Linear and Circular arrays using Evolutionary Computing Tools A.V.S Swathi, Dr. V.V.S.S.S. Chakravarthy, Dr. S.K. Mandal

    Abstract: Antenna array synthesis problem is an optimization problem with several objectives like side lobe level (SLL) suppression, Beam width (BW) control and null control. The array optimization is inherently multi-objective (MO) problem with several multiple combination of above listed objectives and constraints. Recently, the concept of MO optimization (MOO) in engineering took a significant development with the advent of evolutionary.

    Review On Multi-objective Optimization of Linear and Circular arrays using Evolutionary Computing Tools

    A.V.S Swathi, Dr. V.V.S.S.S. Chakravarthy, Dr. S.K. Mandal

    Evolutionary Computing Tools

  • A Secure Fuzzy Keyword Search in a Multi Owner Paradigm at Cloud Environment R.S Padmaja, Dr. S.Vasundra

    Abstract: With the hasty exploitation of cloud computing the capacity to store the information by the customers in public cloud increases. For the security of records, customers should encipher the statistics before storing into the cloud which makes the data usage that includes statistics retrieval a critical assignment. Therefore, it is perfect to enable the quest service over enciphered cloud information for helping powerful and effective statistics.

    A Secure Fuzzy Keyword Search in a Multi Owner Paradigm at Cloud Environment

    R.S Padmaja, Dr. S.Vasundra

    A Secure Fuzzy Keyword Search

  • Perturb And Observe Based Maximum Power Point Tracking For Grid-Tied Photovoltaic Application Using Z- Source Inverter Pooja R. Ingle, Prof. Jyoti.G.Agrawal, Prof. Ashish P. Kinge

    Abstract - this paper describes perturb and observe maximum power point tracking method for PV energy system based on a single-stage grid-tied Z source inverter. Initially, it provides a brief review of Z-source inverters; MPPT with using perturbs & observes method. After that, it introduces the projected MPPT system. Finally, it provides simulation result on different accepts.

    Perturb And Observe Based Maximum Power Point Tracking For Grid-Tied Photovoltaic Application Using Z- Source Inverter


    Pooja R. Ingle, Prof. Jyoti.G.Agrawal, Prof. Ashish P. Kinge

    Perturb And Observe Based Maximum Power Point Tracking

  • A Quantitative Analysis of the Drainage Characteristics of Asan River Watershed, Uttarakhand Pijush Roy, Dr. Vinay Kumar Rai

    Abstract - The present study identified the importance of quantitative analysis of the drainage characteristics of Asan River watershed for water resource management and development using geospatial approach. The study watershed has been classified into twelve sub-watersheds (namely W1, W2, W3…etc) with sixth order stream. The maximum and minimum elevations in the area were found to be 2200m and 381m respectively.

    The drainage density (Dd) of the study area varies from 2.43 to 4.14 km/km2. Toposheets (SoI), SRTM DEM and satellite image-based different hydrological evaluation such as drainage network, topographic parameters were evaluated and interpreted for the study area. All the extracted morphometric parameters (linear, areal and relief aspects) has been prepared through the use of Remote Sensing and GIS software.

    A Quantitative Analysis of the Drainage Characteristics of Asan River Watershed, Uttarakhand

    Pijush Roy, Dr. Vinay Kumar Rai

    A Quantitative Analysis of the Drainage

  • Analysis of Co-channel Interference in Rayleigh and Rician fading channel for BPSK Communication using DPLL Pranjal Gogoi

    Abstract - We have studied and analyzed the performance of Binary Phase Shift Keying signal over Rayleigh and Rician faded channel. Specifically we have introduced an adjacent channel interference caused by a tone processed with a cubic non linearity by raising an adjacent channel tone to the third power and experimented the performance variation of the DPLL based receiver structure of different order.

    A bit error rate performance is evaluated for two different types of channel with band limitted BPSK signal corrupted by arbitrary number of asynchronous Rayleigh and Rician-faded signals in presence of co-channel interfering signals.or the special case, performance analysis have been made for the proposed system for dealing with Rayleigh and Rician fading for different numbers of paths interfering signals in an interference limited environment.

    Analysis of Co-channel Interference in Rayleigh and Rician fading channel for BPSK Communication using DPLL

    Pranjal Gogoi

    Analysis of Co-channel Interference

  • Invariant submanifolds of LCS-manifold admitting semi-symmetric metric connection Ananda K, Sudhir Patel

    Abstract -In this paper, we study invariant submanifolds of -manifold admitting semi-symmetric metric connection. We prove that the submanifolds also carry the semi-symmetric metric connection. Further, we also consider recurrent, 2-recurrent and generalized 2-recurrent submanifolds of -manifold admitting semi-symmetric metric connection and we investigate the conditions for all the above mentioned submanifolds to be totally geodesic.

    Invariant submanifolds of LCS-manifold admitting semi-symmetric metric connection

    Ananda K, Sudhir Patel

    Invariant submanifolds of LCS

  • Stringent Analysis of Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithms Nayan Ranjan Samal

    Abstract: Swarm algorithms, although initially introduced for simulating human social behaviors, have nowadays become very popular as efficient search and optimization techniques. This paper provides an overview on two distinctive approaches of particle swarm optimization algorithms, one of the swarm intelligent groups. It begins with a foundation of classical Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm.

    Stringent Analysis of Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithms

    Nayan Ranjan Samal

    Swarm Optimization Algorithms

  • Effects of Nonlinear Convection and Variable Properties on Darcy Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluid over a Rotating Cone A B Madhu Mohana Raju, G Sankara Sekhar Raju, B Mallikarjuna, C.S.K. Raju

    Abstract - In this paper, we investigated unsteady non-linear convective flow of a Casson fluid from a rotating cone in Darcy saturated porous medium. Flow through porous medium is described by Darcy’s law. Viscosity and thermal conductivity are assumed to be varied and depends on temperature. The governing equations of the pertinent model are non-dimensioned and reduced into non-linear coupled ordinary differential equations.

    Effects of Nonlinear Convection and Variable Properties on Darcy Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluid over a Rotating Cone


    A B Madhu Mohana Raju, G Sankara Sekhar Raju, B Mallikarjuna, C.S.K. Raju

    Effects of Nonlinear Convection

  • Relationship Between Commodity And Equity Markets: Evidence From India Dr.S.Nirmala, Deepthy.K

    Abstract - This paper attempts to find the relationship between commodity market and equity market in India. This Paper takes into account the commodity indices such as MCX AGRI, MCX METAL, MCX ENERGY and MCX COMDEX. The NIFTY 50 index has been used to represent the equity market in India. The period of the study is from 01/04/2013 to 31/03/2018. The relationship between commodity and stock market is examined using various econometric tools.

    The stationarity of the variables are checked using Augmented Dickey Fuller Test. After confirming stationarity in the order of one, the Johansen’s cointegration test is applied to analyse the long run relationship between the variables. The Granger causality test revealed that nifty leads and Comdex and Metal indices lags. All other indices are found to have no lead lag relationship between each other.

    Relationship Between Commodity And Equity Markets: Evidence From India

    Dr.S.Nirmala, Deepthy.K

    Relationship Between Commodity And Equity Markets

  • What Determines The Financial Literacy: Evidence From Northern Indian Sarita Thakur, Dr. Monita Mago

    Abstract - The purpose of this paper is to identify the various factors affecting financial literacy of the individual in the north region of India. To attain the objectives of the study, both quantitative and qualitative methods were employed. Judgemental sampling method was used in collecting the data. The data were collected from 542 respondents from the states of Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab.

    The study used a questionnaire developed by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2015). The results of this study comprises of step wise regression analysis. There were seven independent variables such as age, gender, marital status, education, occupation, income, area of residence and one dependent variable, i.e., financial literacy. The results of this study indicate that the gender, income, occupation and education.

    What Determines The Financial Literacy: Evidence From Northern Indian

    Sarita Thakur, Dr. Monita Mago

    What Determines The Financial Literacy

  • Impact of Online Banking On Customer Convenience: A Conceptual Model Dr. Habiba Abbasi

    Abstract -Purpose: To add more to the current understanding of online banking area. To make the bank and policy setter understand the online banking depth and their handout towards customer convenience. As the research done on this topic is very limited in India which has become the focus point of online banking expansion after the demonetization set by the present government, which made the people able to go cashless anywhere.

    Impact of Online Banking On Customer Convenience: A Conceptual Model

    Dr. Habiba Abbasi

    Impact of Online Banking On Customer Convenience

  • Smart Drip Irrigation System Using PLC for Effective Water Management Prof. Parag Thote, Mr. Sharad Gupta, Mr. Shubhank Rastogi

    Abstract: While thinking of farming the very first thing comes into mind is management, let it be of seed sowing, irrigation and soil health till post harvesting activities. Farming will not be a profitable business unless it will be management smart. After successful implementation of farm mechanization, researchers are now working on farm automation. There are lot of problems are faced by farmers especially in India irrigation infrastructure is not so strong that it will fulfil agricultural need.

    Smart Drip Irrigation System Using PLC for Effective Water Management

    Prof. Parag Thote, Mr. Sharad Gupta, Mr. Shubhank Rastogi

    Smart Drip Irrigation System Using PLC

  • Improved FP-Growth Algorithm Based on Top Down Approach in Mining Frequent Itemsets M.Sinthuja, Dr. N. Puviarasan, Dr. P. Aruna

    Abstract - In this research paper, the proposed improved FP-Growth algorithm based on top down approach (TD-IFP-Growth) aims to provide solution for efficient mining of frequent itemsets. In the existing FP-growth algorithm, searching of FP-tree adopts top down approach which generates conditional pattern base and sub-FP-trees. Bottleneck of FP-growth algorithm is the requirement of large amount of time and memory in generation of frequent itemsets.

    Improved FP-Growth Algorithm Based on Top Down Approach in Mining Frequent Itemsets


    M.Sinthuja, Dr. N. Puviarasan, Dr. P. Aruna

    Top Down Approach in Mining Frequent Itemsets

  • Utilizing Ceramic Waste To Enhance Compressive Strength Of Self-Compacting Concrete Shailja Singh, Devesh Jayaswal

    Abstract - Industrial waste is the major contributor in air, water and land pollution through the world especially in the developing and developed nations where the industrialization is the need of hour. Ceramic waste is one such industrial waste which is discharge from a numbers of industries viz. electronic, construction, defense, medicine industries etc. In addition to this due to increase demand of machine and safety measures especially.

    hilly areas a new form of concrete is introduced in the field of construction is known as Self-compacting concrete (SCC). This new form of concrete has many benefits with respect to conventional concrete. One of the major advantages is that it settles down under its own weight and it does not need any vibrator for its compaction. This type of concrete provides good quality of surface finishing.

    Utilizing Ceramic Waste To Enhance Compressive Strength Of Self-Compacting Concrete

    Shailja Singh, Devesh Jayaswal

    Strength Of Self-Compacting Concrete

  • A Review on Multilevel Inverter Topology, Control Techniques and New E-Type Multilevel Inverter B. Sudha, R.Anandaraj

    Abstract - The emergence of multilevel inverter has been increase since the last decade. The effort of the researchers and industry has led to a rapid development of different multilevel inverter topologies and modulation techniques. These new types of inverter are suitable for high voltage and high power application due to their ability to synthesis waveforms with better harmonic spectrum.

    Numerous topology have been introduced and widely studied for utility and drive application. In addition,a new E-type topology was introduced in this paper.`Each module produce 13 levels with four unequal dc source and 10 switches. Also this module is able to create negative level without any additional circuit. MATLAB simulation and practical results are presented to validate the e-type module good performance.

    A Review on Multilevel Inverter Topology, Control Techniques and New E-Type Multilevel Inverter

    B. Sudha, R.Anandaraj

    New E-Type Multilevel Inverter

  • Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Thiazolidinone Derivatives as Antimicrobial Agents C. GOPI

    Abstract -New series of 5-fluoro-2-(2-(4-substitutedphenyl)-4-oxothiazolidin-3-yl)benzonitrile, 3(a-e) have been synthesized from Schiff bases 2(a-e). Schiff bases were synthesized by condensation of 2-amino-5-fluorobenzonitrile with substituted aromatic aldehyde by conventional as well as sonication method thus providing unique chemical processes with special attributes such as enhanced reaction rates and higher yields.

    Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Thiazolidinone Derivatives as Antimicrobial Agents

    C. GOPI

    Thiazolidinone Derivatives as Antimicrobial Agents

  • An Empirical Study on Customers Profile and their Consumption Pattern, of Green Tea In Mumbai Region Dr. Pramod Goyal, Dr. Shrikant Ratley

    Abstract: Rapid Urbanization and growing consumer’s concern for health, many recent researches have studied about the awareness and consumption pattern of green tea and concluded that it is significantly higher in developed countries than developing ones. In countries like India, where green tea markets are still in the infantry stage of its growth, the level of awareness and acceptance is relatively low.

    An Empirical Study on Customers Profile and their Consumption Pattern, of Green Tea In Mumbai Region

    Dr. Pramod Goyal, Dr. Shrikant Ratley

    An Empirical Study on Customers Profile

  • Optimal Power Scheduling of Renewable Energy Based System Aditya Verma, Prof. Rintu Khanna, Prof. Sandeep Kaur

    Abstract - The ultimate objected of this work is to design a scheme to control the power flow a renewable energy system with more than one renewable energy sources (solar energy and wind energy) and energy storage element system like battery. Due to the intermittent nature of the renewable energy sources , the use of energy storage is necessary and also the consequent power shift. The work is based on the hybrid solar photo-voltaic and wind energy device.

    Optimal Power Scheduling of Renewable Energy Based System


    Aditya Verma, Prof. Rintu Khanna, Prof. Sandeep Kaur

    Optimal Power Scheduling of Renewable Energy

  • Automatic Irrigation System Using "INTERNET OF THINGS" Mukti Ntah Gogoi

    Abstract - The motivation for this project came from the countries where economy is based on agriculture and the climatic conditions lead to lack of rains & scarcity of water . Irrigation is moreover the backbone of Agricultural industry .Due to inadequate knowledge of proper utilization of water resource.

    lots of water is wastage in the application of irrigation system.So to overcome this problem , it is necessary to make the system automate with the help of modern technology like "Internet Of Things".

    Automatic Irrigation System Using "INTERNET OF THINGS"

    Mukti Ntah Gogoi

    Automatic Irrigation System

  • Automatic Detection of Bright Lesion by Dynamic Shape Features in Color Fundus Images Priya More, Vikas Marathe

    Abstract - In the modern world, Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) has become one of the most severe complication prevalent among diabetic patients and it can lead to impairment of vision and even blindness. Due to increasing amounts of suger in the body, the walls of blood vessels become damaged and because of this Microaneurysms, Hemorrhages, Hard Exudates, Cotton wool spots are starts to developing at various phases of retinopathy.

    This project is a novel method for automatic detection of bright lesions in color fundus images. First, it begins with a pre-processing stage for resizing, contrast enhancement and denoising. Second, all regional minima with sufficient contrast are segmented. Third, from segmented regions all the dynamic shape features are extracted. Finally, a Random Forest classifies the images into normal and abnormal images.

    Automatic Detection of Bright Lesion by Dynamic Shape Features in Color Fundus Images

    Priya More, Vikas Marathe

    Dynamic Shape Features in Color Fundus Images

  • Design of Compact DGS shaped Microstrip UWBBandpass Filter based on Circular Stub MMR for Mobile Communication Savita Yadav, Kapil Kumar

    Abstract -In this paper, An Ultra-wideband (UWB) - band pass filter (BPF) based on circular stub multi-mode resonator (MMR) is presented, which is formed by three stage circular stubs and cascading several open-circuited transmission line sections with a coupled-line section. We are also using the three arrowhead shaped defected ground structure (DGS) to enhance the performance of the filter.

    Design of Compact DGS shaped Microstrip UWBBandpass Filter based on Circular Stub MMR for Mobile Communication

    Savita Yadav, Kapil Kumar

    Design of Compact DGS shaped Microstrip

  • An Empirical Study on Customers Profile and their Consumption Pattern, of Green Tea In Mumbai Region Dr. Pramod Goyal, Dr. Shrikant Ratley

    Abstract: Rapid Urbanization and growing consumer’s concern for health, many recent researches have studied about the awareness and consumption pattern of green tea and concluded that it is significantly higher in developed countries than developing ones. In countries like India, where green tea markets are still in the infantry stage of its growth, the level of awareness and acceptance is relatively low.

    An Empirical Study on Customers Profile and their Consumption Pattern, of Green Tea In Mumbai Region

    Dr. Pramod Goyal, Dr. Shrikant Ratley

    An Empirical Study on Customers Profile