Volume 04, Issued 03, June 2018

  • Carbocyclic and Heterocyclic Compounds : Baylis-Hillman Reaction Dandamudi V. Lenin

    The Baylis Hillman reaction is a novel carbon-carbon bond forming reaction between at position of activated alkene and carbon electrophile under catalytic influence of a tertiary amine to produce the multifunctional molecules. This review highlights how the multifunctional Baylis-Hillman adduct has been used to synthesis of carbocyclic and heterocyclic molecules.

    Carbocyclic and Heterocyclic Compounds : Baylis-Hillman Reaction

    Dandamudi V. Lenin

    Carbocyclic and Heterocyclic Compounds

  • E-Stick for Blind and Poor Visibility People with Android Smart Phone Prof. Mouna M. Naravani, Miss Karuna Kodagali, Miss Aishwarya Kankanameli, Miss Anupama Biradar, Miss Shanta Yatnal

    Navigation is unavoidable for humans. The challenging task for blind or poor visibility people is moving from one place to another independently. Travelling in unfamiliar environment without fellowship is harmful for blind or poor visibility people. It is also essential to know the whereabouts of blind or poor visibility people by caretaker when travelling alone. E – Stick, an Electronic Travelling Aid (ETA) will resolve the challenges faced by blind.

    E-Stick uses Ultrasonic sensors to detect obstacles. LDR sensor will help while travelling at night. Caretaker can trace the location of blind or poor visibility people. Global Positioning system(GPS) is used for the indication of current location of blind or poor visibility people. Current position is sent to the caretaker, where they can trace the location using android app. This E - Stick meets the necessary requirements of blind or poor visibility people.

    E-Stick for Blind and Poor Visibility People with Android Smart Phone

    Prof. Mouna M. Naravani, Miss Karuna Kodagali, Miss Aishwarya Kankanameli, Miss Anupama Biradar, Miss Shanta Yatnal

    E-Stick for Blind and Poor Visibility

  • Scalable and Unbiased Solution to Generate Social Event Storyboard using Smooth Nonnegative Matrix Factorization(SNMF) Prof. Dakshayani Ijeri, Miss. Sushma Singaraddi, Miss. Sweta Jogur, Miss. Vidyashree Valasang, Mr. Ragu Konnur

    Generally people are more interested to know about the social events such as news about entrepreneur, celebrity, sports star, politicians, scientist, etc. Most of the news website and some of the search engines provides the information of current affairs but have certain limitations like the coverage of news is under the control of editor where he can modify as per his requirement, the arena of news coverage is too small and unscalable.

    Story board generation system will overcome these limitations through scalable and unprejudiced solution to automatically detect social events especially related to celebrities along a timeline by using SNMF(Smooth Non-Negative Matrix Factorization) algorithm. This algorithm has two approaches namely Event Detection and Photo Selection. Event Detection will help to catgorize the topics through user queries.

    Scalable and Unbiased Solution to Generate Social Event Storyboard using Smooth Nonnegative Matrix Factorization(SNMF)

    Prof. Dakshayani Ijeri, Miss. Sushma Singaraddi, Miss. Sweta Jogur, Miss. Vidyashree Valasang, Mr. Ragu Konnur

    Smooth Nonnegative Matrix Factorization(SNMF)

  • Experimental and CFD Analysis of Mixed Elbow Draft Tube and Comparative Analysis with Simple Elbow Draft Tube Chaman Pal, T. Gulshan, Shashi Singh, Daleshwar, Nisbat Ali, Chandan Mundhra

    The draft tube is one of the essential components in hydraulic reaction turbines. Its function is to create positive suction pressure utilizing unused kinetic energy at the exit of turbine runner and hence to increase the effective net head on turbine unit. The energy recovery depends on the design of draft tube. The optimum performance of draft tube is an important aspect in the design of hydraulic turbine, which can be achieved by varying the shape and size of draft tube.

    Experimental and CFD Analysis of Mixed Elbow Draft Tube and Comparative Analysis with Simple Elbow Draft Tube

    Chaman Pal, T. Gulshan, Shashi Singh, Daleshwar, Nisbat Ali, Chandan Mundhra

    Experimental and CFD Analysis

  • Dynamic Influence of Consumers' Purchasing Behaviour on Green Satisfaction Towards Select Green FMCG Products in Coimbatore District Dr. M. ANBUKARASI, Ms. N. DHEIVANAI

    An Automated Video Surveillance and monitoring system has a rich history. Traditional video surveillance systems are large in number but still retrenched in an extensive manner. The system targets at tracking an object and segregates it as Human or Non-Human entities, wherein the non-human entities would be further analysed into its respective categories which would help in subsequent analytics

    Dynamic Influence of Consumers' Purchasing Behaviour on Green Satisfaction Towards Select Green FMCG Products in Coimbatore District

    Dr. M. ANBUKARASI, Ms. N. DHEIVANAI

    Dynamic Influence of Consumers' Purchasing Behaviour

  • Case study of Risk factors involved in Public Private Partnership Power Transmission projects in India Ganesh Sadashiv Kate, Dr. Pandurang Shanakar Patil

    Indian power sector is going through transition phase. Government of India introduced Public Private Partnership (PPP) model in power transmission sector in 2006. Before 2006 only Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID), the Central Transmission Utility (CTU) of the country under Ministry of Power (MoP) was executing the central power transmission line projects in the India.

    Case study of Risk factors involved in Public Private Partnership Power Transmission projects in India

    Ganesh Sadashiv Kate, Dr. Pandurang Shanakar Patil

    Power Transmission projects in India

  • An Investigation of Genetic Algorithm for Different Population Size with an Engineering Design Problem Arvind Gothwal

    Genetic algorithm is very helpful to fine optimum solution where many variables are in problem such that noise pollution, industrial wastage, traveling and traffic problems etc. The objective of this research is to evaluation of genetic algorithm for different numbers of populations. Genetic algorithm is use to find approximate solution for given problem and population size is very important to create search space for evaluation or find optimum solution.

    The effect of population size is in investigation for engineering design problem and try to find the effect of this in result collected. As we know population size generates different numbers which use in objective function and algorithm evaluate them for optimum result. In this investigation objective function changes are observed at different population size.

    An Investigation of Genetic Algorithm for Different Population Size with an Engineering Design Problem

    Arvind Gothwal

    An Investigation of Genetic Algorithm

  • An Experimental Study on Plastic Waste Brick N Shyamananda Singh, Dr. Khwairakpam Padmini

    An experimental investigation were carried out for synthesis of bricks from sand and plastic waste by varying the ratio from Plastic: Sand ratio as 1:3; 1:4; 1:5; 1:6.Physico mechanical parameters like Bulk Density, Water Absorption, Apparent Porosity and Compressive Strength were compared for each ratios. Bricks with ratio of 1:6 were found to perform well in all the parameters compared to other specimens.

    Keywords - Waste Plastic, Bricks, Compressive Strength, Water Absorption, Bulk Density, Apparent Porosity.

    An Experimental Study on Plastic Waste Brick

    N Shyamananda Singh, Dr. Khwairakpam Padmini

    An Experimental Study on Plastic Waste Brick

  • E-commerce empowered 'Decision Making' in Supplier Selection by Auto OEMs Dr. Kunal Bhattacharya, Dr. Ruby Chanda, Shashank S Lohokare

    E-commerce has prominently been in the forefront of all business areas in the 21st Century and the Automobile industry is one of such main business domains. The Indian Auto Industry has undergone phenomenal changes in the way business is being transacted between the different factions. The study is focused on understanding how E-commerce tools help in the process of decision making at different stages.

    E-commerce empowered 'Decision Making' in Supplier Selection by Auto OEMs

    Dr. Kunal Bhattacharya, Dr. Ruby Chanda, Shashank S Lohokare

    E-commerce empowered 'Decision Making'

  • M60 Grade Rice Husk Concrete in Acidic Milieu P V Rambabu, G V Ramarao, Adhira V

    Modern trend in concrete expertise was to use Industrial, Agricultural waste as cementations materials for the development of blended cement concretes. In the present Article, Rice Husk Ash (RHA) partly replaced with cement in the proportions of 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% to compose M60 grade Concrete. Concrete cubes were immersed in Sulfuric Acid and hydrochloric acid in concentrations of 1%, 3% and 5% for the period of 28, 60 and 90 days

    M60 Grade Rice Husk Concrete in Acidic Milieu

    P V Rambabu, G V Ramarao, Adhira V

    M60 Grade Rice Husk Concrete in Acidic Milieu

  • Development of Unsupervised Method for Product Aspect Rating Using Customer Reviews Ms. Anuja Deshmukh, Mrs. Gyankamal Chhajed

    Online shopping trend invokes a new solution for consumers at any instant. It gives a new business model for all types of enterprises which require efficient web-based platform to launch their services. Recently, different types of APP based platform developed to fulfill consumer and enterprises requirement. Usually, services may be any type, any time, and any place; it requires a better architecture to efficiently run all process.

    Development of Unsupervised Method for Product Aspect Rating Using Customer Reviews

    Ms. Anuja Deshmukh, Mrs. Gyankamal Chhajed

    Development of Unsupervised Method

  • Comparative study on Performance and Emission of Single and Twin spark Ignition Gasoline Engine Basavaraj Kambale, Dr. Antony A J

    Spark timing is one of the major controlling parameters which remarkable effects the combustion temperature, torque, performance and emission characteristics. Present demand for strong performance and better fuel efficiency is not possible to attain by single spark plug engines due to various losses in combustion chamber and other design parameters.

    Twin spark ignition is one of the alternative solutions investigated by most of the researchers to improve the performance and reduce the emissions. In this system two spark plugs are located at different positions initiating the sparks at various crank angles. This article presents the performance and emission parameters of single cylinder four stroke spark ignition engine.

    Comparative study on Performance and Emission of Single and Twin spark Ignition Gasoline Engine

    Basavaraj Kambale, Dr. Antony A J

    Twin spark Ignition Gasoline Engine

  • Dynamic Request Redirection for Mining System Services under Heterogeneous Distributed System Dhanashree R. Kolhe, Dr. Varsha Namdeo

    Algorithms are used on very big data sets with high dimensionality. Therefore, fast processing can be applied for mining using association rules. The process of association rule mining consists of identifying frequent item sets and generating rules from the frequent item data sets. Finding frequent item sets is more complex in terms of CPU power consumption and computing resources utilization.

    Thus, majority of parallel apriori algorithms focus on parallelizing the process of discovering frequent item set. The computation of frequent item sets mainly consist of creating the candidates and counting them. In parallel frequent item sets mining algorithms addresses the issue of distributing the candidates among processors such that their creation and counting is effectively parallelized.

    Dynamic Request Redirection for Mining System Services under Heterogeneous Distributed System

    Dhanashree R. Kolhe, Dr. Varsha Namdeo

    Dynamic Request Redirection

  • A Study on Academic Stress Among Higher Secondary School Students in Coimbatore District Sathiya Vathi.D, Ms. Malathi.V.A

    The present study is an attempt to analyse the academic stress of young people that comes from their education during their schooling. There is also lot of stress to be seen in college students as well for pursuing one’s education. Students are facing many challenges to optimal their academic performance as they have lot to study and face their exams.

    A Study on Academic Stress Among Higher Secondary School Students in Coimbatore District

    Sathiya Vathi.D, Ms. Malathi.V.A

    A Study on Academic Stress

  • Preference of Education Loan - A Study With Special Reference to Canara Bank in Coimbatore Santhosh Kumar Bojan, A. Saravanakumar

    The study based on the relationship between willingness to take financial risk and the probability of taking a loan for educational purpose as well as the influence of risk attitudes on the size of the loan. The findings suggest a positive relationship between individuals’ willingness to take financial risk and the probability of taking a loan for educational purposes.

    Preference of Education Loan - A Study With Special Reference to Canara Bank in Coimbatore

    Santhosh Kumar Bojan, A. Saravanakumar

    Preference of Education Loan

  • Building of Mean-Variance Efficient Portfolio Rooplata, Dr. R. Sathya

    An investor while selecting portfolio with the objective of minimisation of risk and high return faced various constraints like dividend, good return, earning per share, company and industrial diversification and also he wants sufficient liquidity etc. An attempt is made to incorporate various relevant factors for developing and testing of efficient portfolio model for construction of portfolio.

    Building of Mean-Variance Efficient Portfolio

    Rooplata, Dr. R. Sathya

    Building of Mean-Variance Efficient Portfolio

  • A Study on Attitude towards NEET, IIT Entrance Examinations Among Higher Secondary School Students in Tirupur District S. Nithyapriya, Ms.Malathi.V.A

    The study aimed to study on attitude towards NEET, IIT entrance examinations among higher secondary school students in Tirupur district. The investigator adopted survey method to study on attitude towards NEET, IIT entrance examinations among higher secondary school students. For this study a sample of 200 higher secondary school students from 7 schools which are situated in and around Tirupur district.

    Based on the study, it is found that there is no significant difference towards attitude in NEET, IIT entrance examinations with Mother Tongue, Genders, educational qualifications of father, occupations of mother, occupations of father, monthly incomes of mother and monthly incomes of father among higher secondary school students.

    A Study on Attitude towards NEET, IIT Entrance Examinations Among Higher Secondary School Students in Tirupur District

    S. Nithyapriya, Ms.Malathi.V.A

    A Study on Attitude towards NEET, IIT

  • Computer Supported Equipment Replacement Management Dr. E. V. Ramana

    Replacement of equipment is needed when it is not economical to continue further due to increased cost of maintenance, repair cost, operating cost etc. In the current work, software has been developed to computerize the implementation of replacement policy for equipment whose maintenance cost increases with time and not considering money value to determine replacement age and average yearly cost.

    at the time of replacement. It results in minimization of time to manually determine replacement age and consider cases involving fixed, variable and zero resale or scrap value of equipment. The cost of equipment, maintenance cost and scrap value are taken as input parameters for the software to compute optimal replacement age and average yearly cost.

    Computer Supported Equipment Replacement Management

    Dr. E. V. Ramana

    Computer Supported Equipment Replacement Management

  • Strength Behaviour of Concrete Using GGBS & FLY ASH Kamalakara G.K, Dr. Srikanth M naik, Akhil Y.N, Avinasha M.H, Manoj R, Aishwarya H.M

    Concrete is most used construction material in the civil engineering structure. Concrete is the world’s most consumable product next to water. The Silica fume, Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) and Fly ash (FA) has been used as a partial replacement of cement in cement concrete. By utilizing these three products as a partial replacement of cement in cement concrete.

    Strength Behaviour of Concrete Using GGBS & FLY ASH

    Kamalakara G.K, Dr. Srikanth M naik, Akhil Y.N, Avinasha M.H, Manoj R, Aishwarya H.M

    Strength Behaviour of Concrete

  • ILL Effects of Unauthorized Parking at Authority Rotary Intersection Greater Noida Ms. Sonalika Maurya, Mr. Ajeet Singh

    The problem of traffic congestion in urban roads mainly at intersection is being viewed in recent years. Traffic management at intersection is a difficult task for traffic planners. The basic “3E” theory related for traffic management as Engineering, Education and Enforcement are the basic tools. Invalid parking, fast growing traffic rate and insufficient width of road due to on street parking.

    ILL Effects of Unauthorized Parking at Authority Rotary Intersection Greater Noida

    Ms. Sonalika Maurya, Mr. Ajeet Singh

    ILL Effects of Unauthorized Parking

  • A Study on Awareness of Disaster Management Among B.Ed Student Teachers in Coimbatore District Kalpana. N, Mr. Mahendran.S

    Disaster Management Awareness is the most wanted and essential knowledge which should be improved among the teachers of higher education. Curricular and extracurricular activities of Disaster Management which are to be included in the school and college curricula should be given more attention. The study aimed to study on awareness of disaster management among B.Ed student teachers in Coimbatore district.

    A Study on Awareness of Disaster Management Among B.Ed Student Teachers in Coimbatore District

    Kalpana. N, Mr. Mahendran.S

    A Study on Awareness of Disaster Management

  • System Development Of Proximity Detection And Imaging Using Capacitive Sensor Aswathy Prabhakaran, Athira M V, Jiss Paul

    This paper describes the development of an image Scanner. The key element of the scanner is the scan head. A parallel in plane capacitive sensor is used in the scan head which is used as a proximity sensor and the measured capacitance values are used for gray scale image creation.

    The presence of the material under test will affect the resultant electric field pattern and in such a way the presence of objects can be detected. The resulting data obtained from the scan head is analysed and used in imaging application.

    System Development Of Proximity Detection And Imaging Using Capacitive Sensor

    Aswathy Prabhakaran, Athira M V, Jiss Paul

    System Development Of Proximity Detection

  • Phase Transition Temperature Study of Zns Nano Particle Dispersed Octyloxycyanobiphenyl Purna Chandra Barman

    We have performed the phase transition of a binary mixture of ZnS nano particles and a thermotropic liquid crystal octyloxycyanobiphenyl (8OCB). A different concentration of the mixture is prepared. In this paper the transition temperatures of different concentrations are determined by using high resolution optical birefringence method.

    We have performed the phase transition of a binary mixture of ZnS nano particles and a thermotropic liquid crystal octyloxycyanobiphenyl (8OCB). A different concentration of the mixture is prepared. In this paper the transition temperatures of different concentrations are determined by using high resolution optical birefringence method.

    Phase Transition Temperature Study of Zns Nano Particle Dispersed Octyloxycyanobiphenyl

    Purna Chandra Barman

    Phase Transition Temperature Study of Zns

  • Implementation of Product Lifecycle Management in Small Scale Foundry in the Area of Product Design-A Case Study Vijaykumar H K, M S Uppin

    Product design is one of the primary functional areas of Product life cycle management (PLM). PLM cater and encompasses all the significant areas of Product design and development data management. This allows the firms to address the core area of strong Product development without which the firms would not be able to secure a front position and create a position themselves in the market.

    Implementation of Product Lifecycle Management in Small Scale Foundry in the Area of Product Design-A Case Study

    Vijaykumar H K, M S Uppin

    Implementation of Product Lifecycle

  • Natural Disasters Management Using Internet of Things (IoT) Arige Sumanth, Mr. N.Ome

    The system proposed in this paper is an advanced solution for monitoring the natural disasters at a particular place and make the information visible anywhere in the world. The technology behind this is Internet of Things (IoT), which is an advanced and efficient solution for connecting the things to the internet and to connect the entire world of things in a network.

    Natural Disasters Management Using Internet of Things (IoT)

    Arige Sumanth, Mr. N.Ome

    Natural Disasters Management Using Internet of Things (IoT)

  • BER performance analysis of OFDM-MIMO system using GNU Radio Mayengbam Ushamahesh Singh, Sushil Kakkar, Shweta Rani

    Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) channels have been one of the most recent techniques employed in wireless communication system to increase data rate as well as capacity of a channel. It is accomplished by multiple transmitting and receiving antennas at both the ends of a wireless communication system. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) exploits the idea of employing multiple separate antennas.

    BER performance analysis of OFDM-MIMO system using GNU Radio

    Mayengbam Ushamahesh Singh, Sushil Kakkar, Shweta Rani

    OFDM-MIMO system using GNU Radio

  • PID Control of a Single Degree of Freedom Flexible Robot Manipulator Sudipta Ghosh, S. Mukherjee

    The concept of control system is of utmost importance in the study of ‘Automation and Robotics’. An attempt is made to study and analyze the response of a cylindrical robot manipulator which is undergoing some rotational movement. Here the shoulder joint of a cylindrical robot manipulator is considered and the movement of the robot arm is simulated using PID controller.

    First the mathematical model of the system is formulated. It is then simulated for its responses using BASIC language. Various responses of the system are obtained by varying one gain at a time and keeping other two gains fixed at some lower values. Responses for each gain are then analyzed to get the range of the gain and the best gain. Next all the three gains are varied around the best values.

    PID Control of a Single Degree of Freedom Flexible Robot Manipulator

    Sudipta Ghosh, S. Mukherjee

    PID Control of a Single Degree

  • Pulveriser Mill Performance Analysis & Optimisation in Super Critical Thermal Power Plant using imported coal Ashish Kumar Rai, Dr. Mukesh Pandey, Dr. Prashant Baredar

    Most efficient way of utilizing coal for steam generation is to burn it in pulverised form. The coal is pulverised to fineness such that 70-80% passes through a 200 Mesh sieve. Normally low speed ball mills or medium speed vertical spindle mills are employed in thermal power plant for this purpose. The milling system is an important part of the auxiliary equipment of a coal-fired power plant.

    Pulveriser mill are one of the critical equipment of coal fired thermal power plant. They are required to feed pulverized coal in required quality and quantity to meet boiler steam output and eventually power generation. This paper tries to give the pulveriser mill specifications, functional, operational details and performance analysis at different operating loads.

    Pulveriser Mill Performance Analysis & Optimisation in Super Critical Thermal Power Plant using imported coal

    Ashish Kumar Rai, Dr. Mukesh Pandey, Dr. Prashant Baredar

    Pulveriser Mill Performance Analysis

  • Performance analysis of vapour compression refrigeration system by inserting twisted strip in condenser along with liquid suction heat exchanger A.Pratyush, Dr.K.Dilip kumar, Dr.K.Appa rao

    This paper experimentally studies the behavior of VCR cycle by inserting twisted strip in the condenser tube and liquid suction heat exchanger (lshe).Taking R134a as refrigerant in the VCR setup. The experiment was performed on plain condenser tube with three different twisted angle strips inserted in condenser tubes along with liquid suction heat exchanger.

    Performance analysis of vapour compression refrigeration system by inserting twisted strip in condenser along with liquid suction heat exchanger

    A.Pratyush, Dr.K.Dilip kumar, Dr.K.Appa rao

    Performance analysis of vapour compression

  • SOIL STABILIZATION WITH FLY ASH AND COIR FIBER Pooja Upadhyay, Ms. Kshama Singh

    Construction of any structure on expansive soils is the major issue of concern because these soils have swell or shrink behavior. The workability of structure depends on its foundation and it needs to be strong enough to bear the load of structure. As expansive soils do not stand well in shearing and bearing strength so they need stabilization to make it suitable for construction purpose.

    SOIL STABILIZATION WITH FLY ASH AND COIR FIBER

    Pooja Upadhyay, Ms. Kshama Singh

    SOIL STABILIZATION WITH FLY ASH AND COIR FIBER

  • Behavioural Biases of Individual Investors Jenica S

    A dilemma every man has is whether to follow the head or the heart. Critical decisions require the efficient functioning of the grey cells; not emotions. Many contemporary examples show us the way our people get instigated, the reason being that we give more importance to emotions and feelings over skeptical and rational thinking.

    Behavioural Biases of Individual Investors

    Jenica S

    Behavioural Biases of Individual Investors

  • Dynamic Power Analysis of CMOS Inverter with Various Parameters Dr. R. Prakash Rao

    In order to reduce power dissipation, many new techniques have been proposed and adopted for VLSI design. Modifications at the architecture to minimize the number of building blocks, optimizing the sub-systems to minimize the switching activity and circuit level design techniques to minimize power at the transistor level are the major techniques that are adopted.

    Multipliers and adders are the major building blocks of signal and 4G communication systems. In order to reduce power dissipation it is required to understand the sources of power consumption and it helps in understanding the schemes for low power design.

    Dynamic Power Analysis of CMOS Inverter with Various Parameters

    Dr. R. Prakash Rao

    Dynamic Power Analysis of CMOS Inverter with Various Parameters

  • A Study on Banking Services in Ahmedabad District: A Perspective of Rural and Urban Consumer Zalak Shah, Dr. M.H. Maisuria

    The analysis tries to show the preferential consumer behaviour towards the Banking Sector. Indian economy is considered to be a developing economy and in order to be at par with the economies of the developed countries, it needs to excel in providing the financial services. Banking is considered to be one of the most important financial services hence for economic up-liftment and growth.

    it is very essential that efforts are streamlined towards better provision of these services. Private and Public banks both play a vital role for doing the same. In this paper, the market was broadly segmented in to two main sectors- urban and rural of Ahmedabad District. There is a huge difference in buying pattern of the urban and rural consumers.

    A Study on Banking Services in Ahmedabad District: A Perspective of Rural and Urban Consumer

    Zalak Shah, Dr. M.H. Maisuria

    A Study on Banking Services in Ahmedabad

  • Relationship between Vulnerability and Security: A Design Stage Dr. Brijesh Kumar Bhardwaj

    Several attention have provided by experts for software security at designs level such as vulnerability. However, vulnerability which measure the security attribute have received more attention. In this work, we focus on the design of an object-oriented application and define the complete description of vulnerability respect to security.

    Relationship between Vulnerability and Security: A Design Stage

    Dr. Brijesh Kumar Bhardwaj

    Relationship between Vulnerability and Security

  • Impact and Study of E-Learning Model - A Literature Review Amit Sharma, Dr Roshita Jain

    This research study identifies the impact of E-learning on the efficiency and the various challenges being confronted on implementation based on the concept of Elearning models. The popularity of the Internet and latest advancement in Information Technology has produced new potential outcomes for education conveyed through web-based learning or Elearning model.

    Impact and Study of E-Learning Model - A Literature Review

    Amit Sharma, Dr Roshita Jain

    Impact and Study of E-Learning Model

  • Project Structuring and Financing in Kerala Jency S

    Inadequate infrastructure is considered to be the biggest stumbling block in any country's growth. The economic plans and strategies would reach a dead end on this point alone. The general disillusionment with the public sector's performance, its inefficient and insensitive approach to consumer needs and government's poor fiscal position has triggered the breaking up of the government monopoly over infrastructure.

    Project Structuring and Financing in Kerala

    Jency S

    Project Structuring and Financing in Kerala

  • Decompositions of (1, 2)*- ѱ -Continuity in Bitopological Space Dr. A. ArivuChelvam

    Decompositions of (1, 2)*- ѱ -Continuity in Bitopological Space.

    Decompositions of (1, 2)*- ѱ -Continuity in Bitopological Space.

    Decompositions of (1, 2)*- ѱ -Continuity in Bitopological Space

    Dr. A. ArivuChelvam

    Decompositions of (1, 2)*- ѱ -Continuity in Bitopological Space

  • Comparison of Black Cotton Soil Brick with Normal Clay Brick Pragati sahu, Ms. Kshama Singh

    This investigated is conducted to review the impact of adding varied form of admixture in black cotton soil with the increasing of population and therefore the reduction of building and alternative technology structures got to be dispensed on weak or soft soil. As a result of such soil of poor shear strength and high swelling & shrinkage.

    Black cotton soil is one among the most important soil deposits of Asian nation. They exhibit high swelling and shrinkage. Once exposed to changes in wetness content and thus are found to be most hard from engineering concerns. Over a past few decades, there area unit wide ranges of alternatives obtainable within the field of construction with the dynamic within the staple for the particulars.

    Comparison of Black Cotton Soil Brick with Normal Clay Brick

    Pragati sahu, Ms. Kshama Singh

    Comparison of Black Cotton Soil Brick with Normal Clay Brick

  • Simulation and Harmonics Analysis of Modified Cascade H-Bridge Multi-level Inverter Priyanka Bhandari, Dr. Sandeep Singh Negi

    In Multilevel Inverters- Cascaded multilevel inverters synthesize a medium-voltage output based on a series connection of power cells which use standard low-voltage component configurations. This characteristic allows one to achieve high-quality output voltages and input currents and also outstanding availability due to their intrinsic component redundancy.

    Simulation and Harmonics Analysis of Modified Cascade H-Bridge Multi-level Inverter

    Priyanka Bhandari, Dr. Sandeep Singh Negi

    Simulation and Harmonics Analysis

  • Study on Feature Selection and Clustering Techniques for Genomic Predictive Pattern Analytics in Bigdata Marrynal S Eastaff, Dr. V. Saravanan

    Big Data is a large quantity of data that are complex to process. Big Data is employed to uncover the hidden patterns, relationships, customer options and additional information for taking business decisions. Feature selection process is employed to avoid the redundant features from the big data. Clustering methods is used to cluster the similar gene expression based on the extracted features.

    Study on Feature Selection and Clustering Techniques for Genomic Predictive Pattern Analytics in Bigdata

    Marrynal S Eastaff, Dr. V. Saravanan

    Study on Feature Selection and Clustering Techniques

  • Indigenous Knowledge, Inclusive Innovation And Entrepreneurial Success Of Sambalpuri Handlooms: An Analysis Dr. (Mrs.) Keya (Das) Ghosh, Dr. Sanjeeb K Jena

    Indian economy demands different solutions for economic growth, the solutions that are „people centric‟ - people not as consumers but as human beings – a solution that generates new employment opportunities utilizing the existing skills and knowledge of the people, improves the standard of living while preserving the values of traditional society.

    Indigenous Knowledge, Inclusive Innovation And Entrepreneurial Success Of Sambalpuri Handlooms: An Analysis

    Dr. (Mrs.) Keya (Das) Ghosh, Dr. Sanjeeb K Jena

    Indigenous Knowledge, Inclusive Innovation

  • Analysis of a multi storied building with and without shear wall Prakash A N

    In the seismic design of a multi storey building, to ensure the stability against the lateral force caused by earth quake various methods are used, the most commonly used method is provision of shear wall to the building. The reinforced concrete shear wall is the most reliable method of construction of shear wall which make the structure resistant against lateral forces.

    as it imparts stiffness to the structure and provides enough strength which minimises the damages caused by the earthquake. In this paper three models are analysed one without shear wall and two with shear wall at different location, one at the corner and one with shear wall at the faces and core of the building through STAAD Pro.

    Analysis of a multi storied building with and without shear wall

    Prakash A N

    Analysis of a multi storied building with and without shear wall

  • Portable Medicine Reminder and Automatic Monitoring System Namrata Kataki, Abhishek Nath, Manasweta Das, Abinash Goswami

    In this project, a portable medicine reminder with automatic monitoring system is designed for the health context. The system comprises of two parts- medicine reminder and monitoring system. The reminder part is capable of reminding the patients about the prescribed medicine as well as time to be taken. This part of the application allows the users to set an alarm along with the fields of date, time and medicine description.

    Once the patient takes the medicine within specified time the alarm stops. The monitoring part checks if the medicine has been taken in prescribed time or not. In case the patient doesn’t take the medicine within the prescribed time the system will automatically send a report in form of SMS to the concerned person. The system includes PIC Microcontroller, GSM Module, RTC, Power Supply, LED, Buzzer, IR sensor, Micro Limit Switch.

    Portable Medicine Reminder and Automatic Monitoring System

    Namrata Kataki, Abhishek Nath, Manasweta Das, Abinash Goswami

    Portable Medicine Reminder and Automatic Monitoring System

  • Design and Fabrication of Manual Rice Transplanter Rajib Bhowmik, Chitta Raktim Kakati, Deepjyoti Dhar

    Agriculture is the most important sector of Indian economy. A major population of India is engaged in agriculture. Rice being the major crop cultivated in India, a huge amount of workforce is engaged in rice production. The common practice of rice cultivation is manual transplanting of seedlings in the puddled soil. Besides being costly, cumbersome and time consuming it is a very labour intensive task.

    Design and Fabrication of Manual Rice Transplanter

    Rajib Bhowmik, Chitta Raktim Kakati, Deepjyoti Dhar

    Design and Fabrication of Manual Rice Transplanter

  • The Effect of Magnetic Field and Thermal Radiation on Natural Convection Flow of Viscous Incompressible Fluid from a Vertical Flat Plate Y. Satheesh Kumar Reddy, B. Rama Bhupal Reddy

    In this paper a two-dimensional natural convection flow of a viscous incompressible and electrically conducting fluid past a vertical permeable flat plate in the presence of uniform transverse magnetic thermal radiation is studied. The governing equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by introducing appropriate coordinate transformations.

    The Effect of Magnetic Field and Thermal Radiation on Natural Convection Flow of Viscous Incompressible Fluid from a Vertical Flat Plate through Porous Medium with Constant Suction

    Y. Satheesh Kumar Reddy, B. Rama Bhupal Reddy

    The Effect of Magnetic Field and Thermal

  • Combinations of DCT & DWT approach using Run Length Coding in Wavelet Image Compression S. Anantha Babu, Eswaran Perumal

    The proposed method implements using lossy grayscale image compression techniques. So, that the compressed image preserves its quality. This approach combines the DCT & DWT scheme with the Run Length Coding technique to lessen the compression ratio of non-zero elements in the compressed image. The Original image is divided into 8×8 non overlapping block size then apply the combination of DCT & DWT.

    Combinations of DCT & DWT approach using Run Length Coding in Wavelet Image Compression

    S. Anantha Babu, Eswaran Perumal

    Combinations of DCT & DWT approach

  • Awareness of Consumers towards their Rights and Consumer Protection Act, 1986 Mani Arora, Dr. Anil Kumar Soni

    Consumer Awareness is the understanding by an individual of their rights as a consumer concerning available products and services being marketed and sold. The concept of consumer awareness involves four categories including safety, choice, information and the right to be heard. Consumers are the central point of all economic activity. Everyone is a born consumer, whether he is an industrialist, a producer, a trader engaged in any profession or service or belonging to any other class.

    Whether one is a producer or whether he renders a service, the ultimate object of all production is to ensure consumption of goods and services to the satisfaction of the consumers. This could be achieved only when the products are of acceptable standard quality and are not produced and distributed with the only motive of making profits. This idea referred to the concept of consumer protection.

    Awareness of Consumers towards their Rights and Consumer Protection Act, 1986

    Mani Arora, Dr. Anil Kumar Soni

    Rights and Consumer Protection Act, 1986

  • Endless Runway - Orientation, Design and Calculations Hasan Haider, Divya Rawat, Mr. Devesh Jaysawal

    The concept Endless Runway is not new, in the mid of 19th century the test were done by US navy and General motors. but now when the air trafficking is rising too fast and problems are spreading their arm towards land actuation for fulfillment of more runways and deforestation taking place, the circular runway again striking in designer’s mind.

    Circular runway is the one of best way to resolve air traffic and also provide a safe landing and take-off operations at any conditions. In the case of Circular runway the chances of accidents also will be low and multi operations can be resolve at a several time. In a age when we are expecting 60 million passengers per day it is very clear that the chances of accidents also will be higher and air traffic.

    Endless Runway- Orientation, Design and Calculations

    Hasan Haider, Divya Rawat, Mr. Devesh Jaysawal

    Endless Runway - Orientation, Design and Calculations

  • Polysaccharide assisted synthesis of mono dispersed silicate nanospheres and their application in removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution Babita Sehgal

    In the present work yeast has been used as a pore forming agent in presence of naturally occurring polysaccharide starch. The non-surfactant technique employed here, facilitates the formation of monodispersed silicate nanospheres . The nanospheres after amino functionalization showed a maximum Cr(VI) removal efficiency at 45oC .The nanospheres were further characterized by XRD, SEM.

    Polysaccharide assisted synthesis of mono dispersed silicate nanospheres and their application in removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution

    Babita Sehgal

    Polysaccharide assisted synthesis

  • Boosting Women Entrepreneurship - Institutional Credit Support Priji L.P., Dr. P.S. Deva Kumar

    Women Entrepreneurs have a key role in the economic development of a country. Promotion of entrepreneurship among women is a prime item of agenda of government for the eradication of poverty and unemployment as well as for the empowerment of women. Women Entrepreneurs should have an ability to improve the standard of living of their families and society.

    Boosting Women Entrepreneurship - Institutional Credit Support

    Priji L.P., Dr. P.S. Deva Kumar

    Boosting Women Entrepreneurship

  • An Analysis of Viable Alternatives to Transport and Communication System of Tripura’s Cross Border Trade with Bangladesh Rakesh Deb Roy, Dr. P.K. Haldar

    The present paper is an attempt to focus upon the alternative transport and communication system that indeed is regarded as one of the prerequisite for the overall development of the cross border trade between Tripura and Bangladesh, as, the trade between these two neighboring region is still suffering a lot with least upgraded surface transport which is the only existing mode of cross border.

    An Analysis of Viable Alternatives to Transport and Communication System of Tripura’s Cross Border Trade with Bangladesh

    Rakesh Deb Roy, Dr. P.K. Haldar

    An Analysis of Viable Alternatives

  • Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): A Literature Review Multan Singh Bhati

    Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a part of IoT (Internet of Things) technology that has provided an opportunity to build powerful industrial system and applications by using different IoT devices like sensors, actuators, Resistance Temperature Detectors, pH analyzers, Level Transmitters, RFIDs, wireless and mobile devices. High-speed internet has given a new hike in development of IIoT devices.

    as it makes remote access facility at ease. Various IIoT applications and systems have been developed and deployed in recent years. To understand the development of IIoT technology, this study addresses IIoT concepts through a systematic review of various white papers, research papers and online database. This paper will provide an overview of IIoT technology, key enabling technologies and their applications in industries.

    Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): A Literature Review

    Multan Singh Bhati

    Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): A Literature Review

  • Review on Analysis of the Shadow Effect on the Power Output Characteristics of Solar Cell, Solar Panel and Small-scale Solar System Jeevan A. Davari, Mahesh M. Wagh

    The analysis of shadow plays a vital role during installation of the photovoltaic system, as it affects technical as well as economical performance of the system. Till date researchers have studied and analysed the factors that affect shadow such as latitude of the installing location, nearby buildings, effect due to trees and passing of clouds etc.

    A detailed review of papers dealing with types of shadows such as uniform and non-uniform, affecting photovoltaic cell, panel and system efficiency has been done. Many researches to studied different methods to overcome shadow effects on power output parameters, also analysis of power output characteristics between short circuit current (Isc) verses open circuit voltage(Voc).

    Review on Analysis of the Shadow Effect on the Power Output Characteristics of Solar Cell, Solar Panel and Small-scale Solar System

    Jeevan A. Davari, Mahesh M. Wagh

    Review on Analysis of the Shadow Effect

  • A Study on Impact of Customer's Demographic Characteristics on Online Customer Satisfaction (With Reference to Surat City) Richu M. Juneja, Dr. Prachi B. Mehta

    E-commerce and online shopping is spreading its wings in the Indian market since its inception. Now, many companies which were earlier selling their products and services only through physical stores and showrooms are also operating their websites for selling its products online along with numerous e-stores selling multiple branded and in-house products.

    A Study on Impact of Customer's Demographic Characteristics on Online Customer Satisfaction (With Reference to Surat City)

    Richu M. Juneja, Dr. Prachi B. Mehta

    A Study on Impact of Customer's Demographic

  • Optimized Time Quantum for Dynamic Round Robin Algorithm Sumit Mohan, Prof. Rajnesh Singh

    Round Robin is a widely used algorithm in a time-sharing environment. In this algorithm, processes get equal time to process its task in a cyclic way. round robin is the only choice in a time-sharing but we cannot implement in a real-time system because it has large waiting, more no. of CS(Context Switches). Selecting the optimal time quantum is the main problem.

    Optimized Time Quantum for Dynamic Round Robin Algorithm

    Sumit Mohan, Prof. Rajnesh Singh

    Optimized Time Quantum for Dynamic Round Robin Algorithm

  • Nehru-Ton Model Technologies for Blended Learning Between India & Vietnam Teacher Education Programmes Dr.R.S.S.Nehru, Dr. Ton Quang Cuong

    The main aim of this thematic paper has been to present a starter model to blended learning design for Teacher Education (TE) programmes between India and Vietnam and take you through the process of integrating technology into your learning and teaching practice for molding future professional teacher. We have structured this paper around global TE for engaging in a systematic process of planning.

    Nehru-Ton Model Technologies for Blended Learning Between India & Vietnam Teacher Education Programmes

    Dr.R.S.S.Nehru, Dr. Ton Quang Cuong

    Nehru-Ton Model Technologies for Blended Learning

  • Suggestive Practices for improving the Quality of Industrial Training Component in the Course Curriculum of Hotel Management Dr. Hardaman Singh Bhinder

    The industrial training programme serves as a vital yardstick in gauging undergraduates’ marketability and employability as they gird themselves for the world of work. It is a process in which students are involved in real work situations, enabling them to establish career development goals. In today’s world, merely having a degree is no guarantee of employment.

    nor is it a reliable indicator of the individual’s competence in a job. Present paper aims to suggest certain practices to be adopted by stakeholders before, during and after the industrial training component in order to improve the quality of industry training component in the course curriculum of the hotel management.

    Suggestive Practices for improving the Quality of Industrial Training Component in the Course Curriculum of Hotel Management

    Dr. Hardaman Singh Bhinder

    Suggestive Practices for improving the Quality

  • A Comparative Study of Post Migration Algorithms for Dynamic Load Balancing in Cloud Computing Environment Anmol Bhandari, Kiranbir Kaur

    Cloud computing is trending as a new platform for the purpose of distributed computing in today’s IT world. It enables the user or client to access the resources worldwide without any boundation to storage and processing units. The major issue prevailing in Cloud computing is load balancing; which is distributing the dynamic local workload among the nodes in the cloud in an even manner.

    It ensures that no specific node is overloaded while another node is fully idle. The basic idea of load balancing is to optimize the resource consumption. To achieve optimal results, many performance metrices are considered. This paper focuses on the different existing techniques in a different cloud environment and illustrates the comparison between them.

    A Comparative Study of Post Migration Algorithms for Dynamic Load Balancing in Cloud Computing Environment

    Anmol Bhandari, Kiranbir Kaur

    A Comparative Study of Post Migration Algorithms

  • Working of Primary Consumer Co-operative Stores Sini Raj S

    The consumer co-operatives aims at the economic and social well-being of a large number of people. Consumer Co-operative Stores are organised by every section of the community in India. The problems of such stores are varied when they are organised by conglomeration of different interests and different sections of the community.

    Working of Primary Consumer Co-operative Stores

    Sini Raj S

    Working of Primary Consumer Co-operative Stores

  • Experimental investigations on MRR, Surface Roughness and Dimensional Deviation of SuperNI-718 alloy steel in Wire-EDM using Taguchi Method Y. Rameswara Reddy, Dr.B. Chandra Mohan Reddy

    In this paper a two-dimensional natural convection flow of a viscous incompressible and electrically conducting fluid past a vertical permeable flat plate in the presence of uniform transverse magnetic thermal radiation is studied. The governing equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by introducing appropriate coordinate transformations.

    Experimental investigations on MRR, Surface Roughness and Dimensional Deviation of SuperNI-718 alloy steel in Wire-EDM using Taguchi Method

    Y. Rameswara Reddy, Dr.B. Chandra Mohan Reddy

    Experimental investigations on MRR

  • Geotechnical evaluation of the rhyolitic lava flows and domal rock masses in and around Taiz city, Yemen Abdul-Aleam A. A. D. Al-Qadhi, Janardhana M. R.

    The present work aims at the evaluation of the geotechnical characteristics of the rock material and rock mass of the variably weathered and altered Tertiary rhyolitic lava flows and domal rock masses (RL-Tr1/Tr2) based on laboratory and field investigations. The field investigations comprised measurement/description of the discontinuity characteristics.

    Geotechnical evaluation of the rhyolitic lava flows and domal rock masses in and around Taiz city, Yemen

    Abdul-Aleam A. A. D. Al-Qadhi, Janardhana M. R.

    Geotechnical evaluation of the rhyolitic lava

  • Job Involvement is dependent on Job Satisfaction : A study of the Private Sector Banks in Guwahati Ms. Junumoni Das, Prof. P.K Jain

    Job Involvement acts as an indicator of the level of engagement of an employee in an assigned job as this is significantly important for greater organizational success. Studies reveal that job involvement is negatively related to intentions to quit and positively associated with job satisfaction. This study tries to identify the existence of dependency of this indicator.

    the overall satisfaction of the employees of the private sector banks of Guwahati. Initially the factors of importance for the employees have been identified through review of literature and personal interaction and thereafter bankwise variation in the level of satisfaction of the employees with respect to the factors have been established.

    Job Involvement is dependent on Job Satisfaction : A study of the Private Sector Banks in Guwahati

    Ms. Junumoni Das, Prof. P.K Jain

    Job Involvement is dependent on Job Satisfaction

  • Inbuilt Automatic Pneumatic Jack for Four-Wheeler Manjesh B C

    This project work titled ―INBUILT AUTOMATIC PNEUMATIC JACK FOR FOUR WHEELERS‖ has been conceived having studied the difficulty in lifting the any passenger and light moving vehicle type of light vehicle. Our survey in the regard in several automobile garages, revealed the facts that some difficult methods involving physical efforts were adopted in lifting the vehicles for reconditioning.

    Our project is mainly concentrated on this difficulty; hence a suitable arrangement has been designed by the combination of two main stages. Compressed air production using vehicles suspensor: in this project, the atmospheric air is sucked using our experimental setup and get compressed by non-conventional method just by driving vehicle air is stored in the storage tank.

    Inbuilt Automatic Pneumatic Jack for Four-Wheeler

    Manjesh B C

    Inbuilt Automatic Pneumatic Jack for Four-Wheeler

  • Investors' Preference Towards Online Share Trading at NSE : A Study in Coimbatore District of Tamilnadu Dr. N. Sakthivel, A. Saravanakumar

    This paper investigated is a very important area for investors’ preference towards online share trading at NSE in Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu through the primary data collected from 620 sample respondents with the help of structured questionnaire. Data collected has been analysed and tested using SPSS. Results revealed investors’ online trading preferences in various aspects.

    Investors' Preference Towards Online Share Trading at NSE : A Study in Coimbatore District of Tamilnadu

    Dr. N. Sakthivel, A. Saravanakumar

    Investors' Preference Towards Online Share Trading at NSE

  • A Study on Potential Individuals P.Varaprasad Goud

    This research paper gives an overview of the concept of potential Individuals. Organizations while operating in such a highly dynamic environment need those individuals who are capable of achieving tasks while working not only in the present role but also in any role assigned in the future. Therefore it is important to select the new recruits based on their potential besides looking into their knowledge.

    A Study on Potential Individuals

    P.Varaprasad Goud

    A Study on Potential Individuals

  • RHUIET : Discovery of Rare High Utility Itemsets using Enumeration Tree Mrs. C.Sivamathi, Dr. S.Vijayarani

    Utility mining has various forms, i.e. frequent utility mining, sequential utility pattern mining, utility based association rule mining and rare high utility mining. Among this, utility based rare itemset mining has attracted many researchers because utility based rare itemset mining considers semantic importance of the items and its occurrence.

    RHUIET : Discovery of Rare High Utility Itemsets using Enumeration Tree

    Mrs. C.Sivamathi, Dr. S.Vijayarani

    RHUIET : Discovery of Rare High Utility

  • A Thermodynamic Performance Study of Simple Cooling and Combined Power Transcritical N2O Cycles Anjan Kumar Sahu, Prasant Nanda

    Thermodynamic performances of transcritical N2O simple cooling and combined power cycles have been studied under steady state condition. The effect of influential parameters like evaporator temperature, gas cooler outlet temperature, turbine inlet temperature and gas heater pressure on COP and exergetic efficiency have been carried out.

    It has been found that the thermodynamic performance of transcritical N2O combined power cycle is better than simple cooling cycle under all operating conditions. It is also noticed there is optimum exergetic efficiency at a particular evaporator temperature for both the cycles. A Grassmann diagram for N2O cooling and combined power cycles.

    A Thermodynamic Performance Study of Simple Cooling and Combined Power Transcritical N2O Cycles

    Anjan Kumar Sahu, Prasant Nanda

    A Thermodynamic Performance Study

  • Emotional Intelligence: A Review Dr. Ajay K. Rajan, Anupama

    This paper touches the progression of emotional intelligence as a theory and discusses a literature review of the same. It discusses the three major models of emotional intelligence. It also discusses the different measures of emotional intelligence, its related constructs and finally closes with a brief discussion on implications for future research on emotional intelligence.

    This paper touches the progression of emotional intelligence as a theory and discusses a literature review of the same. It discusses the three major models of emotional intelligence. It also discusses the different measures of emotional intelligence, its related constructs and finally closes with a brief discussion on implications for future research on emotional intelligence.

    Emotional Intelligence: A Review

    Dr. Ajay K. Rajan, Anupama

    Emotional Intelligence: A Review

  • A Review Paper- Impact of 3D Printing in Medical Rugnesh Patel

    Additive manufacturing (AM) also known as 3D printing, the applications of 3D printing are vast, the world is moving towards 3d printing, apart from the most obvious applications in the fields of architecture and engineering, now 3D printing is showering its fragrances in medical field too such as surgical models and tools, tooling equipment, medical devices.

    A Review Paper- Impact of 3D Printing in Medical

    Rugnesh Patel

    A Review Paper- Impact of 3D Printing in Medical

  • An ARM Based CNC Plotter Neethu Anie Saji, Basil J Paul

    Computer numeric control (CNC) is capable of controlling the operation and motion of machine tools. CNC have found their applications mainly in lathes, drills, milling machines etc. Now a days the demand for CNC machines in laboratories and educational institutions have gained much recognition. Goal of this project is to form an efficient and low cost hardware architecture.

    An ARM Based CNC Plotter

    Neethu Anie Saji, Basil J Paul

    An ARM Based CNC Plotter

  • A Study Of Saving And Investment Pattern Of Salaried Class People With Special Reference To Pune City (India) Prof. Sanket L.Charkha, Dr. Jagdeesh R. Lanjekar

    Investment is an type of activity that is engaged in by the people who have to do savings i.e. investments are made from their savings, or in other words it is the people invest their savings. A variety of different investment options are available that are bank, Gold, Real estate, post services, mutual funds & so on much more. Investors are always investing their money.

    A Study Of Saving And Investment Pattern Of Salaried Class People With Special Reference To Pune City (India)

    Prof. Sanket L.Charkha, Dr. Jagdeesh R. Lanjekar

    A Study Of Saving And Investment Pattern

  • A Hybridized Model for Designing and Optimization of Supply Chain Network Santosh B Balgar, Dr. M S Uppin

    Supply Chain Network (SCN) is an advancement of the fundamental supply chain. Owing to speedy technological development, firms with a basic supply chain can extend this chain into a more multifaceted structure concerning a superior level of interdependence and linkage among more firms, thus comprising a SCN. Anyhow, problems arise in SCN due to risks, global competition.

    A Hybridized Model for Designing and Optimization of Supply Chain Network

    Santosh B Balgar, Dr. M S Uppin

    A Hybridized Model for Designing and Optimization

  • Design and performance analysis of baffle type moisture separator and its comparison with existing model Tanhaji Bhikaji Kokare, Prof. Dr. Dattatray Hulwan

    Moisture contains in steam is one of the main concerns in steam system. It can reduce plant quality, plant productivity, and can cause damage to equipment. To remove moisture contain separator are installed in steam pipeline. In this paper, condensate collected by moisture separator and pressure difference across baffle type moisture separator were evaluated to determine performance of moisture separator.

    Design and performance analysis of baffle type moisture separator and its comparison with existing model

    Tanhaji Bhikaji Kokare, Prof. Dr. Dattatray Hulwan

    Design and performance analysis of baffle type moisture

  • Exergy and Energy Analyses and Evaluate Drying Parameters to develop a Stastistical model for a Solar Dryer in Fish Drying T.K.Chand, M.K.Mohanty, R.C.Mohanty

    This research paper presents a theoretical and practical aspect of energy and exergy analyses of a solar dryer by using the concept of first law and second law of thermodynamics in association with regression analysis to evaluate drying parameters to develop a statistical model. Energy and Exergy analyses may be considered as prime tool for design, analysis, and optimization of thermal systems.

    Exergy and Energy Analyses and Evaluate Drying Parameters to develop a Stastistical model for a Solar Dryer in Fish Drying

    T.K.Chand, M.K.Mohanty, R.C.Mohanty

    Exergy and Energy Analyses and Evaluate Drying

  • Surface Hardness Enhancement of Al5083 Using TIG ARC Prashant Vashishtha, Neha Bhadauria

    Aluminium finds wide use because of the favourable properties it possesses. Aluminium alloys of various series classified as per the alloying elements possess some exceptional properties. In today’s scenario when the materials are chosen specifically for each application, there is a need to develop properties by processing the materials using different techniques.

    Surface Hardness Enhancement of Al5083 Using TIG ARC

    Prashant Vashishtha, Neha Bhadauria

    Surface Hardness Enhancement of Al5083 Using TIG ARC

  • Characterisation of Al6063/Alumina Nano Composite Neha Bhadauria, Prashant Vashishtha

    Aluminium metal matrix composites are one of the new materials used for various applications due to their low cost and light weight. Aluminium alloy 6063 is used for window, door, pipes & tubing, furniture, shop fittings and for high performance applications such as aerospace vehicles and racing automobiles. Low tensile strength of this Aluminium alloy however restricts its usage in various structural applications.

    Characterisation of Al6063/Alumina Nano Composite

    Neha Bhadauria, Prashant Vashishtha

    Characterisation of Al6063/Alumina Nano Composite

  • Encryption of Real Time Image - Implementation in FPGA Ditta Saju, Nithin James

    Nowadays, confidential images are widely communicated over the networks. Sometimes, image may fall into the wrong hands, if the sender doesn’t use any image securing techniques. The security of image is a vital and challenging task. Various methods are used to secure the image, such as encryption, steganography, and watermarking. Among these, encryption is the widely accepted technique.

    Encryption of Real Time Image - Implementation in FPGA

    Ditta Saju, Nithin James

    Encryption of Real Time Image - Implementation in FPGA

  • Design and Implementation of a CNC Based Scanner for Imaging Resmin Serah Thomas, Basil J Paul

    This paper describes the development of an image scanner. A hardware set up has been designed. Hardware development includes the framework, the stepper motor and drivers, laser circuitries for imaging. A laser module, which is placed in the scan head, is the key element used for text detection and imaging. Line by line scanning has been achieved using stepper motors.

    Design and Implementation of a CNC Based Scanner for Imaging

    Resmin Serah Thomas, Basil J Paul

    Design and Implementation of a CNC Based Scanner for Imaging

  • CMOS Design Analysis of 4 Bit Shifters Baljot Kaur, Rajesh Mehra

    This paper presents CMOS shifters which are designed to reduce area as well as power on 90nm technology. Two designs for shifters have been proposed namely fully automatic and semi-custom. In first approach fully automatic design where inbuilt active devices are used along with auto-routing and placement options. In second approach, semi-custom design inbuilt active devices.

    CMOS Design Analysis of 4 Bit Shifters

    Baljot Kaur, Rajesh Mehra

    CMOS Design Analysis of 4 Bit Shifters

  • A Multi-band Crescent shaped Microstrip Patch Antenna with Spiral shape Ground Slot for UWB applications S.Sivagnanam, Dr.P.Kailasapathi, Dr.S.Ramesh Kumar

    A miniaturized multi-band crescent shaped microstrip patch antenna with spiral shape ground slot for ultra wideband (3–10 GHz) applications is presented. The proposed crescent shaped antenna is developed by carving a circular hole within an elliptical patch antenna. An extensive bandwidth with added design flexibility is attained with the introduction of circular hole.

    A Multi-band Crescent shaped Microstrip Patch Antenna with Spiral shape Ground Slot for UWB applications

    S.Sivagnanam, Dr.P.Kailasapathi, Dr.S.Ramesh Kumar

    A Multi-band Crescent shaped Microstrip Patch

  • The Role Played by VICIB in Women Empowerment and Economic Development in Kottayam District, Kerala Boney Bose

    The eradication of poverty and a special focus on women in all poverty alleviation programmes has been major strategies since seventies. Many women are suffering mental and physical tortures in their in-laws' houses. Their husbands demand more and more dowry. Women empowerment process is one where women find time and space of their own and begin to re-examine their lives critically and collectively.

    The Role Played by VICIB in Women Empowerment and Economic Development in Kottayam District, Kerala

    Boney Bose

    The Role Played by VICIB in Women Empowerment

  • (1,2)*-GPR-Closed Sets in Bitopological Spaces S.Leema Mary, V.Mahadevan

    In this paper, the concepts of (1,2)*-gpr-closed sets, (1,2)*-generalized pre-regular open sets, (1,2)*-gpr-continuous and (1,2)*-gpr-irresolute functions are introduced and some of their properties are investigated.

    (1,2)*-GPR-Closed Sets in Bitopological Spaces

    S.Leema Mary, V.Mahadevan

    (1,2)*-GPR-Closed Sets in Bitopological Spaces

  • Corporate governance structure and Total debt - with special reference to RBI list of defaulters Harsh Tuli

    India is ranked 5th in the world in terms of bad loans only next to the troubled EU economies namely Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Greece. The NPAs as of Dec 2017 stood at a staggering Rs. 840,958 Crore. As many as 8457 cases are pending at the National company law tribunal as on 31 Dec 2017.

    Corporate governance structure and Total debt - with special reference to RBI list of defaulters

    Harsh Tuli

    Corporate governance structure and Total debt

  • Optimization Of Surface Roughness of CNC Step Turning Components Using Taguchi Method D. Dev Singh, N. Yadav Raju

    Turning process is one of the important processes useful in the manufacturing industries. The turning operations can be effected by many factors like velocity of cutting, force of cutting, feed rate, depth of cutting, tool geometry, etc. In these operations, it is difficult to achieve surface of the parts and very challenging task. So the quality of the parts is depending on the selected parameters.

    Optimization Of Surface Roughness of CNC Step Turning Components Using Taguchi Method

    D. Dev Singh, N. Yadav Raju

    Optimization Of Surface Roughness of CNC Step

  • Construction of Control Chart for Range Under Inverse Rayleigh Distribution with Process Capability T.Kavitha, C.Nanthakumar

    We observed that the proposed charting structure is efficient in detecting the changes in process parameters with the help of process capability. The purpose of the proposed scheme is illustrated using a data set. If the population is not normal there is a need to develop a separate procedure for the construction of control limits.

    Construction of Control Chart for Range Under Inverse Rayleigh Distribution with Process Capability

    T.Kavitha, C.Nanthakumar

    Construction of Control Chart for Range

  • Modern Financial Services of Primary Agricultural Co-operative Bank- Awareness, Satisfaction and Utilization Pattern JENICA S

    A large country likes India majority of the population stays in the rural areas. Getting these financial services to these people is highly challengeable. At this point the development of cooperative financial institutions arise namely co-operative banks. Co-operative financial institutions especially Primary Agricultural cooperative Banks also known as Service Cooperatives Banks.

    Modern Financial Services of Primary Agricultural Co-operative Bank- Awareness, Satisfaction and Utilization Pattern

    JENICA S

    Modern Financial Services of Primary Agricultural

  • An Empirical study of factors affecting brand image of toothpaste of different companies in Indore city Dr. D.D. Bedia, Mr. Arvind Malviya

    This study examined the effects of various factors on creating a good brand image of toothpaste in Indore city. Customers decide to purchase toothpaste for their consumption on the basis of these factors. If companies can create better brand image of their toothpaste for the customers on the basis of these factors then they can serve better to customers.

    An Empirical study of factors affecting brand image of toothpaste of different companies in Indore city

    Dr. D.D. Bedia, Mr. Arvind Malviya

    An Empirical study of factors affecting brand image

  • Refinements and Generalizations of Gauss Lucas Theorem Ashu Vij

    The classical Gauss-Lucas theorem states that the roots of derivative of non constant polynomial lie in the convex hull of zeros of . This theorem has been widely used to study different properties of polynomials. The present paper provides the various refinements and generalizations of Gauss Lucas Theorem.

    Refinements and Generalizations of Gauss Lucas Theorem

    Ashu Vij

    Refinements and Generalizations of Gauss Lucas Theorem

  • Noise Mapping Using Q-GIS: A Case Study of Nasik City Prof. Vilas K. Patil, Dr. Prashant P Nagarale, Suyash P. Lunawat, Sarthak N. Dharankar

    Noise is becoming one of the major issue now a days in Nasik city. Noise refers to unwanted sounds in the environment that threatens the health or welfare of human or animal inhabitants. Environmental noise pollution continues to pose a significant threat to human health and the quality of life for millions of people worldwide.

    Noise Mapping Using Q-GIS: A Case Study of Nasik City

    Prof. Vilas K. Patil, Dr. Prashant P Nagarale, Suyash P. Lunawat, Sarthak N. Dharankar

    Noise Mapping Using Q-GIS: A Case Study of Nasik City

  • Adsorption Capacity of Heavy Metals on Different Types of Soil Deepika Dhawan, Dr. A.P. Singh, Dr. S.K. Singh

    Due to quick industrial development and urbanization, there is a tremendous increase in the production of liquid and solid wastes, and as a result, contamination of soils is on an increase worldwide. Increasing deposition of heavy metals on land has given rise to considerable concern about its impact on the environment in general and there is also possibility of transfer of heavy metals.

    Adsorption Capacity of Heavy Metals on Different Types of Soil

    Deepika Dhawan, Dr. A.P. Singh, Dr. S.K. Singh

    Adsorption Capacity of Heavy Metals on Different Types of Soil

  • Operations on relations of a Tadpole Graph Srinivasa G., Ananda K., Shalini M. Patil

    In this paper, we apply the operations like converse, matrix, complement, composition, associated directed graph on relations of a Tadpole graph to its line graph to analyze how they are interlinked each other. In and out degrees of the associated digraph show the nature of the given graph.

    Operations on relations of a Tadpole Graph

    Srinivasa G., Ananda K., Shalini M. Patil

    Operations on relations of a Tadpole Graph

  • Search Based Web Service and Business Process Anti Pattern Detection G. Krishna Kalyani, S.Vasundra

    Service Oriented Architecture paved way for architectures that result in integrated services rather than multiple individual applications. Thus Service Based Systems (SBSs) are considered and became more popular in the recent past. The problem with architectural design of SBS is that poor designs that may result in anti-patterns. The SOA-based products that come up with poor design decisions.

    Search Based Web Service and Business Process Anti Pattern Detection

    G. Krishna Kalyani, S.Vasundra

    Search Based Web Service and Business Process Anti Pattern Detection

  • Problems and Prospects of Women in Balancing Her Paid and Unpaid Work Mrs Deepali Gala, Dr Shrikrishna Mahajan

    It is said that in this 21st century equal opportunities for both male and female will work as a specialist and soul of economic growth in India as well as in the world. Women are said to be the least used asset who play a crucial role in any nation’s development. Government is also continuously working to improve this scenario by providing various policies and programs to improve the current imbalance.

    Problems and Prospects of Women in Balancing Her Paid and Unpaid Work

    Mrs Deepali Gala, Dr Shrikrishna Mahajan

    Problems and Prospects of Women in Balancing Her Paid and Unpaid Work

  • Impact of Social Media in Employer Branding and Talent Acquisition: Study of IT Industry in India Ms. Aastha Tripathi, Dr. Rajlaxmi Srivastava

    In today’s era of technology driven business environment, the organisations need to create a distinctive brand image to gain competitive advantage globally. Retaining and acquiring talent has become a crucial strategic imperative. Social media has emerged as a popular platform to seek formal and informal information of job vacancies, working practices, corporate culture benefits, etc.

    Impact of Social Media in Employer Branding and Talent Acquisition: Study of IT Industry in India

    Ms. Aastha Tripathi, Dr. Rajlaxmi Srivastava

    Impact of Social Media in Employer Branding

  • Some Trigonometric Entropy for Fuzzy Rough Set and their Application in Medical Area Omdutt Sharma, Sonia, Priti Gupta

    Entropy is an information theoretic measure which is applied to measure an uncertain degree of any data or information. There are two approaches used to determine entropy, the first one approach proposed by Shannon [1948] which is probabilistic in nature and second one proposed by Zadeh [1965] which is non-probabilistic in nature. In this paper, some non-probabilistic trigonometric entropy measures.

    Some Trigonometric Entropy for Fuzzy Rough Set and their Application in Medical Area

    Omdutt Sharma, Sonia, Priti Gupta

    Some Trigonometric Entropy for Fuzzy Rough Set

  • Analysis of Soil Moisture Sensors Sharmila Nath, Jayanta Kumar Nath, Prof. Kanak Chandra Sarma

    This paper gives a comparative analysis of measurement of soil moisture using resistive soil moisture sensors of different dimensions. Soil moisture sensing probes of different dimensions are used to study their response towards different levels of moisture content. A comparison of characteristics of the sensors like response, sensitivity, stability over different ranges of soil moisture content.

    Analysis of Soil Moisture Sensors

    Sharmila Nath, Jayanta Kumar Nath, Prof. Kanak Chandra Sarma

    Analysis of Soil Moisture Sensors

  • Optimized Centralized Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Network Gurumurthy G D, Dr. H S Shivaram

    Seamless continuity of service and to stay always best connected will be the feature of next generation wireless communication networks. Wireless networks which are of different radio access technology and having different characteristic such as Wi-Fi, UMTS, Wi-MAX, LTE etc.. coexist forming a heterogeneous wireless network. Mobile nodes (MN) which have multiple radio access interfaces.

    Optimized Centralized Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Network

    Gurumurthy G D, Dr. H S Shivaram

    Optimized Centralized Network Selection

  • Paintbot-An FPGA Based Monochrome Mural Painter Srirag S Nair, Aji Joy

    An approach of CNC machines are drastically varying these days. Extend of their applications have probably improved so that it could be easily implemented on our real life applications, one such as mural design works. Abstract paintings now seem to be common and skillful worker could only finish a design perfectly, but when considering perfection, cost may not hold in our hands.

    Paintbot-An FPGA Based Monochrome Mural Painter

    Srirag S Nair, Aji Joy

    Paintbot-An FPGA Based Monochrome Mural Painter

  • Irrigation Planning for Kulsi River Basin for Maximizing Net Benefit Krishna Kamal Das, Bibhash Sarma

    India is basically an agricultural country. All its resources are dependent on agriculture. Since agricultural production yield is directly depends on water, which is one of the most vital inputs for production of crops, so here is the importance of proper irrigation planning. Here an attempt has been made for irrigation planning for Kulsi River basin using Linear Programming in LINGO software.

    Irrigation Planning for Kulsi River Basin for Maximizing Net Benefit

    Krishna Kamal Das, Bibhash Sarma

    Irrigation Planning for Kulsi River Basin

  • An Analysis of Energy and Exergy Utilization in The Transportation Sector of India Soupayan Mitra, Sougata Sarkar

    A detailed analysis based on utilization aspects of energy and exergy for Indian transportation sector is presented in this paper. According to the Energy Statistics of India issued in 2017, the annual energy consumption by India’s transportation sector is 6.149×106 tonnes which is about 7.54% of India’s total annual energy consumption for the year 2015.

    An Analysis of Energy and Exergy Utilization in The Transportation Sector of India

    Soupayan Mitra, Sougata Sarkar

    An Analysis of Energy and Exergy Utilization

  • Evaluation of Factors Causing Rework in Construction Projects Aman sen, M.K.trivedi, A.K. dwivedi

    Construction project generally experience cost overruns and schedule overruns. Rework is an important aspect that directly contributes to these overruns. The aim of this research to identify, evaluate and ranking of rework factors and calculate total rework cost in construction project. For the ranking of these Rework factors an onsite questionnaire survey was done.

    Evaluation of Factors Causing Rework in Construction Projects

    Aman sen, M.K.trivedi, A.K. dwivedi

    Evaluation of Factors Causing Rework

  • Exergy Analysis of Trigeneration System using Simple Gas Turbine cycle and Vapour Absorption System Sukirti Patel, Pushparaj Singh

    This scientific work is based upon trigeneration system in which all the three forms i.e. heating, cooling and power generation take place altogether. In general it is combined cooling heating & power (CCHP) system which utilizes waste of heat which is further utilized in conventional power plants to provide energy (heat). It also produces chilled water that can be used for cooling.

    Exergy Analysis of Trigeneration System using Simple Gas Turbine cycle and Vapour Absorption System

    Sukirti Patel, Pushparaj Singh

    Exergy Analysis of Trigeneration System

  • The Study of Gamma Ray Absorption Parameters of Heavy Metal Oxide Thin Films Ramandeep Kaur, Balkrishan, Ashok Kumar

    The present work deals with the study of mass attenuation coefficients of (PbO)1-x(CdO)x (x = 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1) heavy metal oxide thin films at 0.122, 0.356, 0.511, 0.662, 0.84, 1.17, 1.275 and 1.33 MeV respectively using XCOM software. The values of mass attenuation coefficient were further used to calculate other parameters such as effective atomic number and electron density.

    The Study of Gamma Ray Absorption Parameters of Heavy Metal Oxide Thin Films

    Ramandeep Kaur, Balkrishan, Ashok Kumar

    The Study of Gamma Ray Absorption Parameters

  • Campus Adaptations of Physical Disabled Students Dr.Vijayalakshmi N.S, Dr. A.H.Sequeira

    There is a insignificant relationship on campus adaptations among physically disabled students indicating that campus adaptations did not vary among physically able and physically disabled which could be attributed to the lower strength of the sample size. However if an qualitative approach is adopted with interviews held to seek out information on nature of adaptability to campus environments.

    Campus Adaptations of Physical Disabled Students

    Dr.Vijayalakshmi N.S, Dr. A.H.Sequeira

    Campus Adaptations of Physical Disabled Students

  • Investigating Mild-Stall Characteristics of NACA 4415 Airfoil Asma S. Khan, Pradeep V. Jadhav, Mahavir K. Beldar

    The paper describes the 2D CFD analysis of NACA 4415 at angles of attack from 0o to 25o. Its blunt leading edge and high cambered aft portion has influence over stall characteristics of the airfoil. The graphs of Cl and Cd vs angle of attack (α) and pressure and velocity.

    Investigating Mild-Stall Characteristics of NACA 4415 Airfoil

    Asma S. Khan, Pradeep V. Jadhav, Mahavir K. Beldar

    Investigating Mild-Stall Characteristics of NACA 4415 Airfoil

  • An Efficient Spectrum Sensing Framework and Attack Detection in Cognitive Radio Networks using Empherical Mode Decomposition for CRN Sundar Srinivasan, Dr. K.B Shiva Kumar

    Cognitive Radio offers software controlled spectrum reallocation which enables unutilized spectrum to be distributed amongst non-licensed secondary user and reallocate back to the primary licensed user when demand surges. Several authors in the past have proposed robust mechanism for PUE attack detection and prevention, but not very efficient.

    An Efficient Spectrum Sensing Framework and Attack Detection in Cognitive Radio Networks using Empherical Mode Decomposition for CRN

    Sundar Srinivasan, Dr. K.B Shiva Kumar

    An Efficient Spectrum Sensing Framework

  • A various Method on Number Plate Recognition OCR: A Review Preeti Parihar, Rajendra Singh Kushwah

    OCR is the distinguishing proof of printed characters utilizing photoelectric gadgets and PC programming. The developing riches of urban India have made the responsibility regarding a need. This has brought about a sudden metro issue - that of traffic control and vehicle ID. Halting zones have advanced toward getting to be overemphasized in light of the creating amounts of vehicles in the city today.

    A various Method on Number Plate Recognition OCR: A Review

    Preeti Parihar, Rajendra Singh Kushwah

    A various Method on Number Plate Recognition OCR

  • Viability of Cement Concrete with Waste Plastic (PET Bottles) As Aggregate Replacement Arpit Singh Bhadoriya, Ashutosh S. Trivedi, Manoj Sharma

    Waste plastic bottles manufactured by using polyethylene terephthalate are major cause of solid waste nuisance and it is major concern for solid waste disposal management authorities as its load increasing day by day. Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is commonly used for carbonated beverage and water bottles. In present the construction industry is in need of search of cost effective materials.

    Viability of Cement Concrete with Waste Plastic (PET Bottles) As Aggregate Replacement

    Arpit Singh Bhadoriya, Ashutosh S. Trivedi, Manoj Sharma

    Viability of Cement Concrete with Waste Plastic

  • A Study on Performance Status of Regional Rural Banks in India Shamshadali P, Muhammed Ajmal K M, Fidha C P

    The present study aims to analyze the recent financial performance of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in India, considering different multiple financial performance indicators for the period2005-2006 to 2015-16. Secondary data were used to evaluate the different indicator extracted from the annual reports of NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development).

    A Study on Performance Status of Regional Rural Banks in India

    Shamshadali P, Muhammed Ajmal K M, Fidha C P

    A Study on Performance Status of Regional Rural Banks in India

  • Management of Kolkata Generated E-Wastes by Informal Economy- A Case Study of Magrahat, South 24 Parganas Shelly De (Pandit), Dr. Dipankar Dey

    E-wastes are now becoming a major environmental problem for the world especially for the developing countries if not handled and recycled properly. Kolkata has become a major e-waste generator as well as a recycling hub in India. Magrahat I and II which are the two blocks in Diamond Harbour subdivision of south 24 Parganas district in West Bengal play an important role in the management of Kolkata generated e-waste.

    Management of Kolkata Generated E-Wastes by Informal Economy- A Case Study of Magrahat, South 24 Parganas

    Shelly De (Pandit), Dr. Dipankar Dey

    Management of Kolkata Generated E-Wastes

  • Convergence of Internet of Things with Cloud: A Survey Ms. Poonam Mangwani, Ms. Kirti Vijayvargia

    Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming the next emerging technology after cloud computing. Cloud Computing provides on-demand, scalable network access, resource sharing on “pay-per-use” basis via Internet. It provides a new way of storing and managing the data. Instead of storing and processing the data on local servers, it is processed and stored on remote servers.

    Convergence of Internet of Things with Cloud: A Survey

    Ms. Poonam Mangwani, Ms. Kirti Vijayvargia

    Convergence of Internet of Things with Cloud: A Survey

  • Comparative Study of CPU Scheduling Algorithms based on Markov Chain Pradeep K. Jatav, Rahul Singhai

    CPU Scheduling is the process of scheduling. Different CPU scheduling algorithms are played a vital role in Markov Chain concept. It also describes analysis of scheduling algorithms which includes the algorithms such as, single processor, multi processor, round robin, multilevel feedback, hybrid lottery multi level scheduling, scheduling based task Probability-Based, Priority-Driven Stride Scheduling etc.

    Comparative Study of CPU Scheduling Algorithms based on Markov Chain

    Pradeep K. Jatav, Rahul Singhai

    Comparative Study of CPU Scheduling Algorithms

  • Frequency Response of the Circuit Variants of UBCT Amplifier Amitabh Kumar

    The Unipolar-Bipolar Composite Transistor (UBCT) is incorporated with add-on features of unipolar transistor JFET and bipolar transistor BJT. By optimizing the circuit components, the UBCT exhibits better static and dynamic performance to that of JFET. Therefore, UBCT is adeptly used in designing amplifier circuits. In the present correspondence, the experimental observations regarding.

    Frequency Response of the Circuit Variants of UBCT Amplifier

    Amitabh Kumar

    Frequency Response of the Circuit Variants of UBCT Amplifier

  • Vehicle Rash Drive Control System Mahendra G, Dr. Dayananda R B

    The aim of this paper is to develop a tool to discover rash driving on highways and to alert the traffic authorities just in case of any speed violation. Accidents attributable to rash driving on highways area unit on the increase and other people area unit losing their lives thanks to others mistakes. Within the gift system, to discover rash driving the police must use a hand-held measuring instrument gun.

    Vehicle Rash Drive Control System

    Mahendra G, Dr. Dayananda R B

    Vehicle Rash Drive Control System

  • Recruitment and Selection Process in Hindustan Zinc Limited Lata Raj, Dr. Hina Khan

    Recruitment and Selection process plays a vital role in any type of organization. Each and every organization wants outstanding resources for better growth and development. This research paper entitled Recruitment and Selection Process focuses on Recruitment and Selection Process of HZL. The main objective is to identify the general practices while recruiting and selecting the people.

    Recruitment and Selection Process in Hindustan Zinc Limited

    Lata Raj, Dr. Hina Khan

    Recruitment and Selection Process in Hindustan Zinc Limited

  • Powell-Eyring fluid Flow through Stretching Sheet with nth Order Chemical Reaction S.Anuradha, R. Praveena

    In this paper we investigated the flow of an incompressible stretching surface bounded by a linear Powell -Erying fluid. The governed continuity, momentum and concentration equation are converted into ordinary differential equations by using similarity transformation and then reduced ordinary differential equations solved by shooting technique with Runge-Kutta method.

    Powell-Eyring fluid Flow through Stretching Sheet with nth Order Chemical Reaction

    S.Anuradha, R. Praveena

    Powell-Eyring fluid Flow through Stretching

  • Some Paranormed Type Sequence Spaces Over a Normed Linear Space Bipul Sarma

    In this article we introduce the some double sequence spaces defined over a normed linear space X. A paranorm is assigned to introduce the sequence spaces. The main property is proved that the completeness property of the introduced sequence spaces. Some other properties are also examined like symmetricity, solidness of the introduced sequence spaces and some inclusion results.

    Some Paranormed Type Sequence Spaces Over a Normed Linear Space

    Bipul Sarma

    Some Paranormed Type Sequence Spaces

  • Viability of Cement Concrete with Waste Plastic (PET Bottles) As Aggregate Replacement Arpit Singh Bhadoriya, Ashutosh S. Trivedi, Manoj Sharma

    Waste plastic bottles manufactured by using polyethylene terephthalate are major cause of solid waste nuisance and it is major concern for solid waste disposal management authorities as its load increasing day by day. Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is commonly used for carbonated beverage and water bottles. In present the construction industry is in need of search of cost effective materials.

    Viability of Cement Concrete with Waste Plastic (PET Bottles) As Aggregate Replacement

    Arpit Singh Bhadoriya, Ashutosh S. Trivedi, Manoj Sharma

    Viability of Cement Concrete with Waste Plastic

  • A Study on Performance Status of Regional Rural Banks in India Shamshadali P, Muhammed Ajmal K M, Fidha C P

    The present study aims to analyze the recent financial performance of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in India, considering different multiple financial performance indicators for the period2005-2006 to 2015-16. Secondary data were used to evaluate the different indicator extracted from the annual reports of NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development).

    A Study on Performance Status of Regional Rural Banks in India

    Shamshadali P, Muhammed Ajmal K M, Fidha C P

    A Study on Performance Status of Regional Rural Banks in India

  • Management of Kolkata Generated E-Wastes by Informal Economy- A Case Study of Magrahat, South 24 Parganas Shelly De (Pandit), Dr. Dipankar Dey

    E-wastes are now becoming a major environmental problem for the world especially for the developing countries if not handled and recycled properly. Kolkata has become a major e-waste generator as well as a recycling hub in India. Magrahat I and II which are the two blocks in Diamond Harbour subdivision of south 24 Parganas district in West Bengal play an important role in the management of Kolkata generated e-waste.

    Management of Kolkata Generated E-Wastes by Informal Economy- A Case Study of Magrahat, South 24 Parganas

    Shelly De (Pandit), Dr. Dipankar Dey

    Management of Kolkata Generated E-Wastes

  • Convergence of Internet of Things with Cloud: A Survey Ms. Poonam Mangwani, Ms. Kirti Vijayvargia

    Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming the next emerging technology after cloud computing. Cloud Computing provides on-demand, scalable network access, resource sharing on “pay-per-use” basis via Internet. It provides a new way of storing and managing the data. Instead of storing and processing the data on local servers, it is processed and stored on remote servers.

    Convergence of Internet of Things with Cloud: A Survey

    Ms. Poonam Mangwani, Ms. Kirti Vijayvargia

    Convergence of Internet of Things with Cloud: A Survey

  • Comparative Study of CPU Scheduling Algorithms based on Markov Chain Pradeep K. Jatav, Rahul Singhai

    CPU Scheduling is the process of scheduling. Different CPU scheduling algorithms are played a vital role in Markov Chain concept. It also describes analysis of scheduling algorithms which includes the algorithms such as, single processor, multi processor, round robin, multilevel feedback, hybrid lottery multi level scheduling, scheduling based task Probability-Based, Priority-Driven Stride Scheduling etc.

    Comparative Study of CPU Scheduling Algorithms based on Markov Chain

    Pradeep K. Jatav, Rahul Singhai

    Comparative Study of CPU Scheduling Algorithms

  • Frequency Response of the Circuit Variants of UBCT Amplifier Amitabh Kumar

    The Unipolar-Bipolar Composite Transistor (UBCT) is incorporated with add-on features of unipolar transistor JFET and bipolar transistor BJT. By optimizing the circuit components, the UBCT exhibits better static and dynamic performance to that of JFET. Therefore, UBCT is adeptly used in designing amplifier circuits. In the present correspondence, the experimental observations regarding.

    Frequency Response of the Circuit Variants of UBCT Amplifier

    Amitabh Kumar

    Frequency Response of the Circuit Variants of UBCT Amplifier

  • Markov Chain Analysis of Improved Round Robin CPU Scheduling Algorithm Rupesh Sendre, Rahul Singhai, Saurabh Jain

    CPU scheduling is a fundamental operating system function that determines which of the process should be executed next when multiple run-able process is waiting in the ready queue. Round Robin scheduling algorithm is found efficient in case of time sharing system however an improved version of traditional RR algorithm had been given that provides priority to processes that are near to completion.

    Markov Chain Analysis of Improved Round Robin CPU Scheduling Algorithm

    Rupesh Sendre, Rahul Singhai, Saurabh Jain

    Markov Chain Analysis of Improved Round Robin

  • Recruitment and Selection Process in Hindustan Zinc Limited Lata Raj, Dr. Hina Khan

    Recruitment and Selection process plays a vital role in any type of organization. Each and every organization wants outstanding resources for better growth and development. This research paper entitled Recruitment and Selection Process focuses on Recruitment and Selection Process of HZL. The main objective is to identify the general practices while recruiting and selecting the people.

    Recruitment and Selection Process in Hindustan Zinc Limited

    Lata Raj, Dr. Hina Khan

    Recruitment and Selection Process in Hindustan Zinc Limited