Volume 04, Issued 11, Feb 2019
Survey on Analysis Techniques of Social Networking Data for Detecting Psychological Disorder *Amar Krishnat Jagdale, Dr. Amol K. Kadam, Prof. Dr. Sandeep B. Vanjale
The development in social network communication prompts the dangerous utilization. A rapidly growth of psychological disorders in social networks, dependence on cybernetic relationships, provision of too much data and addictive online gambling, stock trading, or compulsive use of online auction sites currently.
Survey on Analysis Techniques of Social Networking Data for Detecting Psychological Disorder
*Amar Krishnat Jagdale, Dr. Amol K. Kadam, Prof. Dr. Sandeep B. Vanjale
Survey on Analysis Techniques
The Contemporary Suburban Growth of Haryana Cities Ajay Kaushik
Last couple of decades, after the liberalisation of economy, the urbanization in Indian cities has taken place at a very large scale. India has witnessed the challenging urbanization. India is trying hard to meet the shortfall in the demand of housing and infrastructure for such an unprecedented growth. It seems that we are not future ready.
The Contemporary Suburban Growth of Haryana Cities
Extraction and Study of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Parameters in Various Diseased Conditions Yadhuraj S.R, Sudarshan B.G, Prasanna Kumar S.C
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is one of the important physiological signals diagnosis tool, but still it is not considered for diagnosing diseases using HRV parameters. In this work HRV parameters including linear and nonlinear parameters were analyzed using two different available tool, Kubios HRV written in MATLAB platform and Biomedical Workbench tool.
Extraction and Study of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Parameters in Various Diseased Conditions
Yadhuraj S.R, Sudarshan B.G, Prasanna Kumar S.C
Extraction and Study of Heart Rate
Batch Adsorption Studies of Manganese by Wastes of Coconut Shells and Photocopier Toner Mallika Rani P.
Due to the rapid industrialization many toxic metals were released in to environment by operations like Electroplating, Mining and also during the manufacture of paints, dyes, Motor Vehicles, etc. Manganese is one such toxic heavy metal released as effluent from industries. This work includes the removal of manganese from aqueous solutions using activated.
Batch Adsorption Studies of Manganese by Wastes of Coconut Shells and Photocopier Toner
Mallika Rani P.
Batch Adsorption Studies
Perception of Fantasy and Oedipus Complex in Sacred and Profane Love Machine Prof. Y. Somalatha, Mrs. A. Satya Phani Kumari
Iris Murdoch, a distinguished twentieth century writer, philosopher and critic whose philosophy and novels display her voluminous knowledge about various subjects and her careful observation about political and literary world. One of her interesting novels is Sacred and Profane Love Machine for which she has received Whitbread Prize.
Perception of Fantasy and Oedipus Complex in Sacred and Profane Love Machine
Prof. Y. Somalatha, Mrs. A. Satya Phani Kumari
Perception of Fantasy and Oedipus
Innovation in Software: Concept and Practice Manoj Tirkey
This paper is an attempt to study the closely related concepts of innovation and Research & Development. The objective of the study is to research the extant literature to arrive at a meaningful conceptualisation of innovation and apply it in the context of the software industry. Taking a qualitative research approach and relying on secondary.
Innovation in Software
Experimental studies on Strength and Durability properties of Transparent concrete Durga Raghavi T, Dr.K.Rajasekhar
The transparent concrete mainly concentrates on transparency and its aim is to attain the artistic finish and to generate the green technology. Transparent concrete is mainly “the mixture of optical fibres and fine concrete”. Nowadays, green building mainly focuses on saving energy with indoor thermal systems. Therefore, it is important to introduce a new working material.
Experimental studies on Strength and Durability properties of Transparent concrete
Durga Raghavi T, Dr.K.Rajasekhar
Experimental studies on Strength
Calendar Anomalies in Indian Foreign Exchange Market M.Siva, Dr.J.Gayathri, S.Felix Sophia, Zakiya Begum Sayed
Calendar anomalies or the day of the week effect refers to recognized empirical patterns in terms of the returns on the first day of the week or month. This empirical study examined the existence of such calendar anomalies pertaining to the Day of the Week Effect in the Indian foreign exchange market during the study period.
Calendar Anomalies in Indian Foreign Exchange Market
M.Siva, Dr.J.Gayathri, S.Felix Sophia, Zakiya Begum Sayed
Calendar Anomalies in Indian Foreign
To study the relationship between various family income groups of students and their level of satisfaction towards E-Learning model Amit Sharma, Dr. Roshita Jain
E-learning has greater potential to impact the learning outcomes of college students by acquisition of innovative skills and knowledge, and also the development of learner autonomy. Classroom teaching also imposes restriction on the number of students that can be enrolled, resulting in a large number of deserving students loosing opportunity to receive quality education.
To study the relationship between various family income groups of students and their level of satisfaction towards E-Learning model
Amit Sharma, Dr. Roshita Jain
To study the relationship
Factors affecting use of Social Media by students- A study of Delhi NCR Dr.Vidhi Tyagi, Ms.Radhika Thapar Soni
We can lot of changes and developments in the field of communication which emerged as a generation of smart phones. Regardless of the benefits of such developments, there may be adverse effects of it which cannot be ignored for the future perspective. These effects can be evidenced by the time spent by the young generation on phones or social media.
Factors affecting use of Social Media by students- A study of Delhi NCR
Dr.Vidhi Tyagi, Ms.Radhika Thapar Soni
Factors affecting use of Social Media
Chemical Study and Effect of Ageing on The Bones of The Fish Channa striatus Babita Agrawal
This study was undertaken to evaluate the minerals and organic constituents of the bones of fish Channa striatus at three different stages. All minerals are present in increasing order with the growing age. Ash contents are very high at all the stages. The values of Calcium and Phosphorus are very high. Magnesium is present in low amount at all the stages while Sodium.
Chemical Study and Effect of Ageing
Cross section calculation in 76Ge(11B,X) Reaction Sourav Ganguly
Theoretical cross section calculation for the reaction in 76Ge(11B,X) is carried out from 45 MeV to 55 MeV using the code PACE 4 (A monte carlo simulation) for the first time . These calculation shows that the 4n channel cross section is the most dominating among all outgoing evaporation residue. This finding is also experimentally verified with the same reaction.
Cross section calculation
Sentiment Index and Sentiment Score of Mobile Phones Sharik Ahmad, Umesh Chandra, Neha Tyagi
With the huge amount of data explosion gathered from the social media in the forms of reviews, suggestions, forms, blogs, articles has fabricated a lot of options to the users and the organizations. Sentiment and opinion mining is used to know about the feelings, attitude, views, mood, emotions of the users from the text collected online.
Sentiment Index and Sentiment Score
A Novel Soft-Switched Auxiliary electrical circuit of a PFC ZVT-PWM Boost convertor *Tejas Maniar, Prof. V. V. Dwivedi
This paper proposes a novel delicate exchanged helper thunderous circuit to give a zero-voltage progress at turn on for a regular pulse width-adjusted lift converter in a power factor remedy (PFC) application. The proposed auxiliary circuit empowers a fundamental switch of the lift converter to turn on under a zero-voltage exchanging condition.
A Novel Soft-Switched Auxiliary electrical circuit of a PFC ZVT-PWM Boost convertor
*Tejas Maniar, Prof. V. V. Dwivedi
A Novel Soft-Switched Auxiliary
A Study on Impact of Crypto Currencies on Select Global Currencies Volatility JAKKULA ROHIT KUMAR YADAV
The present study has been emphasized on the impact of crypto currencies on select global currencies volatility from the period of 2013 to 2019. The study has considered the secondary data of six global currencies which are traded in US Dollar index. The relationship has been measured with the help of bi-variate correlation.
A Study on Impact of Crypto Currencies on Select Global Currencies Volatility
JAKKULA ROHIT KUMAR YADAV
A Study on Impact of Crypto
Review on Usage of Copper Slag For Pavements D M Suman, Sureka Naagesh, M.R.Rajashekhara
Copper slag generated during smelting and refining of copper from its ore is an industrial byproduct. The storage and proper disposal of copper slag is an issue to be addressed as a priority. Considerable research has been undertaken on this subject all over the world. In this paper, utilization of copper slag as a construction material for sub grade and sub base.
Review on Usage of Copper Slag For Pavements
Impact of Affective and Continuance Commitment on Normative Commitment of Employees Dr. Harvinder Soni, Vinita Verma
In the present turbulent environment, it has become very challenging for organizations to keep pace with the continuously changing dynamics of market, technology, economy and competition. For meeting these challenges organizations require a competent and committed workforce who is constantly motivated to attain high work standards and performance goals in terms of both quantity and quality.
Impact of Affective and Continuance Commitment on Normative Commitment of Employees
Dr. Harvinder Soni, Vinita Verma
Impact of Affective and Continuance
Selection of Specialization in Management Program- A Decision Tree Approach Dr. Manohar Kapse, Dr. Anuradha Pathak, Dr. Vinod Sharma, Chandan Maheshkar
This paper aims to provide insights into the factors which influence the selection of Specialization/Major in MBA program by second year MBA students of Indian Universities. Design/Methodology/Approach: Exploratory research design has been used in this study. The data was collected through online survey method from the top 30 universities of the country.
Selection of Specialization in Management Program- A Decision Tree Approach
Dr. Manohar Kapse, Dr. Anuradha Pathak, Dr. Vinod Sharma, Chandan Maheshkar
Selection of Specialization in Management
Trend Analysis of Education Loans in Kerala Dr MOHANDAS A
Education loan scheme was introduced in India in 2001 as a priority sector lending in order to give financial assistance to the meritorious students to pursue higher education in India and abroad. The increase in the number and amount of loans sanctioned over the years shows that this scheme helped a large number of students to realise their higher education dreams.
Trend Analysis of Education Loans
Influence of Soret and Dufour effects on unsteady flow past a moving horizontal cylinder Bismeeta Buragohain, B R Sharma
The unsteady laminar flow due to a moving horizontal cylinder with Soret effect and Dufour effect is investigated numerically. The governing partial differential equations in cylindrical form are first transformed into dimensionless governing equations and then solved numerically by an iterative technique based on finite difference scheme.
Influence of Soret and Dufour effects on unsteady flow past a moving horizontal cylinder
Bismeeta Buragohain, B R Sharma
Influence of Soret and Dufour
Measurement of Indoor Environmental Radon Concentration Level by Using LR-115 *Jyoti Verma, Padam Singh
A study of indoor radon dwelling of Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Radon is an invisible radioactive gas that occurs naturally in the indoor atmosphere. It comes from the naturally breakdown of uranium in soils and rocks. Lung cancer risk depends upon the concentration of radon, thoron and their decay product in air. This paper presents the experimental calibration.
Measurement of Indoor Environmental Radon Concentration Level by Using LR-115
*Jyoti Verma, Padam Singh
Measurement of Indoor Environmental
Influence of Unburned Carbon Content on the Compression strength and Corrosion of Steel in Fly Ash Concrete N. Sivakami
The increase in carbon content accelerate the corrosion of steel (TMT Rebar) in ordinary Portland cement (OPC) concrete containing fly ash with different percentages of carbon. When the quantity of carbon was increased, cement lost its characteristic color. Compression Strength and Corrosion rates were comparable.
Influence of Unburned Carbon Content on the Compression strength and Corrosion of Steel in Fly Ash Concrete
Influence of Unburned Carbon
Various design methods of Geothermal Heat Exchanger - A review *Ankur Sukhija, Amit Sharma
The Geothermal Earth Heat Exchanger (GEHE) is a very effective method for the cooling of air in winters and heating in summers. In today’s world with a rapid growing need for the HVAC industry this is a very good method to save the earth from the dangerous effects of the refrigerants used in the different conventional methods.
Various design methods
Mitigation of accumulated solid waste in CIT Campus Kokrajhar, by In-Vessel *Omem Paron, Dr. Ajay Bharti
The common method of waste disposal are open dumping, landfilling, which alters the vital components of environment. The problem of solid waste management is prevailing in the academic environment of CIT Campus. The increase growth rate over a short period of time has increased the generation of solid waste in CIT Campus Kokrajhar.
Mitigation of accumulated solid waste in CIT Campus Kokrajhar, by In-Vessel
*Omem Paron, Dr. Ajay Bharti
Mitigation of accumulated
Modeling and Prediction of Tool Wear Using Artificial Neural Network for Turning of Mild Steel Souradeep Dutta, Sudip Mukherjee
Nowadays in the world of manufacturing machine tool is an important factor since tool wear affects productivity. Prior information about tool wear helps in maintaining product quality and minimizing the manufacturing cost. In this research work an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) model is developed to predict the tool wear during turning of mild steel.
Modeling and Prediction of Tool Wear Using Artificial Neural Network for Turning of Mild Steel
Souradeep Dutta, Sudip Mukherjee
Modeling and Prediction of Tool
A Review on Gear Hobbing Process Himanshu Vasnani, Dr. Neeraj Kumar
Gear hobbing is most dominant process for manufacturing gears. Vibration monitoring I gear hobbing is essential to improve quality and prevent catastrophic failure of hob tool. The aim of the paper is to review past researches conducted on gear hobbing process and suggest possible research directions.
A Review on Gear Hobbing Process
Review on analysis of data mining tools for diabetes Using PIMA R. Rifat Ameena, B. Ashadevi
Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease associated with abnormally high levels of the blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Due to the raised blood sugar levels Patients with diabetes are affected with infections, heart disease, Nephropathy, Neuropathy, Retinopathy, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Gastro paresis and depression.
Review on analysis of data
A Survey on Image Privacy Protection using Encryption Steganography and CBIR *Swapnali R. Pawar, Prof. Dr. D.M.Thakore
In this paper study on Image Privacy protection is carried out and we tried to find solution for identified problem. Large number of images are stored, shared and searched on internet using cloud storage. Most of images contain some sensitive information about users or any place or any event.So, privacy protection of user images becomes necessary.
A Survey on Image Privacy Protection using Encryption Steganography and CBIR
*Swapnali R. Pawar, Prof. Dr. D.M.Thakore
A Survey on Image Privacy
A Study on Factors Influencing Consumers' Attitude For Using Digital Payment System Dr. Hina Khan, Sandipa Chatterjee
India has witnessed several technological advancements in technology enabled digital payment system either offered by the banks or any other third party payment gateways in the recent years. This widespread evolution in the digital payment system took pace especially after the demonetization in November, 2016 in India.
A Study on Factors Influencing Consumers' Attitude For Using Digital Payment System
Dr. Hina Khan, Sandipa Chatterjee
A Study on Factors Influencing
Explosion bonded clad plate joining and analysis of weld properties Kamal Kishore, Dr. Mohammad Israr, Dr. Jai Dev Chandel
Corrosion is one of the major problems in chemical, oil and gas industries. To cope with this problem different kinds of material are chosen for safe operation. The project and operational cost can be reduced by selecting the suitable material by considering corrosion and temperature of the service. The uses of clad plates are one of the good examples for the above statement.
Explosion bonded clad plate joining and analysis of weld properties
Kamal Kishore, Dr. Mohammad Israr, Dr. Jai Dev Chandel
Explosion bonded clad plate
Analysis of DC-DC buck converter and their controller technologies Mr. Madhuresh Sontakke
Dc-dc power converters are employed in a variety of applications, including power supplies for personal computers, office equipment, spacecraft power systems, laptop computers, and telecommunications equipment, as well as dc motor drives. The DC-DC converter is used to provide variable DC output voltage from fixed DC input voltage.
Analysis of DC-DC buck
Knowledge Management Practices and Organisational performance in Life Insurance Corporation *Miss S. Kavitha, Dr. K. Ramakrishnan
At present the service sector industry faces high competition. To face the challenges to compete with other companies Knowledge Management essential. For all kind of businesses Knowledge Management is very significant as it helps in increasing the quality of service, improve the products. Knowledge Management is used in many companies and its use has prolonged.
Knowledge Management Practices and Organisational performance in Life Insurance Corporation
*Miss S. Kavitha, Dr. K. Ramakrishnan
Knowledge Management Practices
Identify Fracture Problem on Railway Track & determined various condition of stresses acting on track Amit Tiwari, Dr. Neeraj Kumar
In this paper our major focus on identify reason or area where fractures occurring on railway track. We found that due to high or low speed of train most of the places some fracture are shown due to continues acting cyclic loading, as well as climatic condition are also responsible for this problem such as winter season in which the properties of steel is generally shrinking.
Identify Fracture Problem on Railway Track & determined various condition of stresses acting on track
Amit Tiwari, Dr. Neeraj Kumar
Identify Fracture Problem on Railway
Software Piracy: A Global to Local Scenario *Dr.Yashwant Waykar, Dr. Kaveri Lad
Software piracy means either Illegal copying, selling, downloading, sharing, installing of copyrighted software. Most users are aware of duplication and unauthorized use of software. Making multiple copies of software and spreading it among friends it is illegal and consider as software piracy. The piracy is usually performed for many reasons like for selling it into different users.
Software Piracy: A Global to Local Scenario
Impact of Exchange rates on Indian Stock returns *Ajay Prasad Uniyal, Dr. H.M. Singh
Stock market is an important segment of the financial system of a country as it plays crucial role in channelizing savings from surplus sector to deficit sector. It is believed that stock market is a proactive market as it reflects the true conditions of the economic health. However, doubts are expressed in many quarters whether the recent stock market.
Impact of Exchange rates on Indian
Experimental Investigation and Optimization of Response Parameters in Cylindrical Grinding *Gourav Nama, Deepak Agrawal
External cylindrical grinding is a type of grinding process which is used to grind the cylindrical objects like engine shafts, connecting rods, spindles, axles etc. In the present work an experimental investigation is carried out to find the effect of control parameters on response parameters and EN24 alloy steel is selected for machining on cylindrical grinding machine.
Experimental Investigation and Optimization of Response Parameters in Cylindrical Grinding
*Gourav Nama, Deepak Agrawal
Experimental Investigation and Optimization
Assessment of Flipped Classroom uses for Engineering Mathematics *Dr. Manoj Dubey
Flipped Classroom is a tutorial strategy and a form of combined studying which offers significance to being taught using instructional content outside the lecture hall rather than traditional environment. It often makes use of on-line learning. Students watch online lectures and discuss online also, after having the activities done, they interact with their teachers.
A Study on Emotional Intelligence
Role of Financial Inclusion *Monika, Deepika
India is a developing country and there are various instruments of inclusive growth and development of India . For sustained growth, maximum participation in development of nation from all sections must be done. The banking services play a vital role in development of our nation and these services must be provided to each and every citizen without any discrimination.
Role of Financial Inclusion
Total Factor Productivity of Indian Firms: A Malmquist Approach Dr. Jyoti
The purpose of this paper is to measure the total factor productivity (TFP) growth of Indian firms listed in BSE- 500 index with reference to efficiency change and technological change. The study uses a balanced panel dataset of 49 companies over the period of 2001 to 2012. DEA based a non parametric Malmquist productivity index was used to compute total factor productivity.
Total Factor Productivity
Importance of Value based Education for Technical students and Professionals Dr. Aditi Dubey Mishra
Values are the foundation stone for development, sustainability and progress of any individual and of society. Technical professionals serve the society through their different technological activities. But it has been observed that technical students, being mostly confronted by environment governed by machines, computers and logical thinking, fail to understand
Importance of Value based Education
Need for a Paradigm Shift in The Teaching - Learning Relationships in Modern Institutions of Higher Education Jai Anand Shukul
Knowledge has become the most important resource of the modern world. The information explosion in the 21st Century has necessitated the review and refinement of methods of learning. Recent researches in this field, most importantly that of Robert Barr and John Tagg in 1995 have introduced some revolutionary concepts which call for a paradigm shift in the mechanics.
Need for a Paradigm Shift in The Teaching - Learning Relationships in Modern Institutions of Higher Education
Jai Anand Shukul
Need for a Paradigm Shift
Modeling the Adoption of Internet of Things in Educational Institutions by Teachers: A Conceptual Framework Mishel Elizabeth Jacob
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem where objects (or things), equipped with sensors, communicate with each other and computers or mobile devices, often autonomously, without the need for user interaction, through a variety of networking solutions, especially wireless ones. This paper proposes a model to understand the behavioral intention to use and attitude of college teachers.
Modeling the Adoption of Internet of Things in Educational Institutions by Teachers: A Conceptual Framework
Mishel Elizabeth Jacob
Modeling the Adoption of Internet
Grid Power Management with Fuzzy Logic Based MPPT with Hybrid power Energy system M. Divya, M. Damodar Reddy, Y.V. Krishna Reddy
Now a day's renewable energy resources are essential energy alternative to be used instead of conventional resources. Due to the presence of non-linear loads in utility grid, resulting current and voltage harmonics and affects power quality of entire power system. For the power quality improvement mixed energies are accommodated in the grid.
Grid Power Management with Fuzzy Logic Based MPPT with Hybrid power Energy system
M. Divya, M. Damodar Reddy, Y.V. Krishna Reddy
Grid Power Management with Fuzzy Logic
Dynamics of Financial Structure and value of firm: Evidence from Indian Automobile sector Rajshree Sharma, Dr. Navita Nathani
This study examines the effect of capital structure on value of firm of Automobile companies Listed at NIFTY during 2004 to 2018. Variables including Profitability, size, Liquidity, Tangibility, Business Risk, Age, Growth, ROA and Price to Book ratio. The study used OLS technique to refer the factors of capital structure in Indian Automobile industries.
Dynamics of Financial Structure and value of firm: Evidence from Indian Automobile sector
Rajshree Sharma, Dr. Navita Nathani
Dynamics of Financial Structure
Awareness of Employees and Communities on CSR Practices in Aluminum Industry of Odisha: A Case Study of Nalco And Vedanta Sanchali Sinha, Dr. Abhaya Kumar Panda
CSR is generally understood to be the way an organization achieves a balance among economic environmental and social imperatives while they address the expectations of the shareholders and the stake holders. The MCA had issued CR policy rules 2014, on 27th Feb, 2014 to comply with the requirement of sec 135 of companies Act 2013 which are mandatory in nature to all the companies based on some criteria.
Awareness of Employees and Communities on CSR Practices in Aluminum Industry of Odisha: A Case Study of Nalco And Vedanta
Sanchali Sinha, Dr. Abhaya Kumar Panda
Awareness of Employees and Communities
Investigation of Thermal and Melt rheological properties of Linear Low Density Polyethylene/Cyclic olefin copolymer blends H. C. Shah, S. K. Nema
In this paper, Cyclic Olefin Copolymer (COC) was melt blended in various weight fractions (5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%) with Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) using Haake extruder followed by preparation of samples in the form of sheets using compression molding press. Differential scanning calorimetery (DSC) was carried out on polymers and its blends to investigate effect.
Investigation of Thermal and Melt rheological properties of Linear Low Density Polyethylene/Cyclic olefin copolymer blends
H. C. Shah, S. K. Nema
Investigation of Thermal and Melt
A Study On Consumers' Attitude Towards Khadi Products With Special Reference To Pathanamthitta District Blessy A. Varghese
India has experienced revolutionary political and economic changes during recent times, but the past is still very much with us. In India almost every state has its own distinctive style and ways of dressing and one can see that ethnic wear really rules the Indian style of dressing. The Indian fabric Khadi, gained momentum under the guidance of Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
A Study On Consumers' Attitude Towards Khadi Products With Special Reference To Pathanamthitta District
Blessy A. Varghese
A Study On Consumers' Attitude
Impact of Cause-related Marketing on Purchase Behavior in India Yashodhan Karulkar, Urvi Talaty, Mriha Avasthy
An increasing number of companies are using cause-related marketing (CRM) as a communications tool. Though many research studies have explored the impact of such advertising, these studies have explored only a few aspects of purchase behavior. In light of the fragmented findings in the literature, this study was conducted in the city of Mumbai in India using experimental research design.
Impact of Cause-related Marketing on Purchase Behavior in India
Yashodhan Karulkar, Urvi Talaty, Mriha Avasthy
Impact of Cause-related Marketing
Factors involved in successful implementation of Vendor Managed Inventory and their structural model Ms. Jyoti, Dr. Neetu Gupta
Currently many industries are adopting collaborative planning techniques to achieve the desired results i.e. smooth functioning of supply chain .Continuous replenishment process (CRP) and Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) are best examples of these mutually agreed processes. In the last 15 years , the research on optimized inventory and VMI in particular has increased on a fast pace.
Factors involved in successful implementation of Vendor Managed Inventory and their structural model
Ms. Jyoti, Dr. Neetu Gupta
Factors involved in successful implementation
Findings On HR Requirements And Techno-Managerial Skill Gap: A Study On IT- Industry In Management Education Perspective Rajesh J. Londhe, Parag C. Kalkar
The IT industry is heavily relying on various services associated with IT product development, delivery, and management. The management institutes provide a variety of academic programme for developing the techno-managerial skill through academic curriculum. The industry always looks for a skilled workforce. The management science higher educational institutes.
Findings On HR Requirements And Techno-Managerial Skill Gap: A Study On IT- Industry In Management Education Perspective
Rajesh J. Londhe, Parag C. Kalkar
Findings On HR Requirements
A study on changing perspective about Quality of Work Life (QWL) Dr. Ravindra Kumar, Dr. Raghu. C, Dr. Venkatesh. R
The traditional management gave inadequate attention to human values and more or less concentrated on extracting more work from employees. Human being cannot be compared with machines. They have their own impulses, instincts, emotions. In the present scenario, needs and aspirations of the employees are changing. Employers are now redesigning jobs for better quality of work life.
A study on changing perspective about Quality of Work Life (QWL)
Dr. Ravindra Kumar, Dr. Raghu. C, Dr. Venkatesh. R
A study on changing perspective
Analysis and Optimization of Surface Roughness and Kerf Width in WEDM for SS304 Using Taguchi Design of Experiment Pankaj Kumar, Dr. Rakesh
Wire electric discharge machining (WEDM) is new concept introduce in middle of nineteen century. It is use for hard and robust conducting smart material which is use in Aerospace industries, Medical industries Tool and Die industries etc. The experiment is performed with input parameters like cutting voltage, pulse on time, pulse off time, servo voltage, wire tension, wire feed, dielectric pressure.
Analysis and Optimization of Surface Roughness and Kerf Width in WEDM for SS304 Using Taguchi Design of Experiment
Pankaj Kumar, Dr. Rakesh
Analysis and Optimization of Surface
An explorative study of marketing strategies of agrochemical companies: Indian Perspective Shrikant Jagtap, Rajesh M. Pahurkar
It has to be mentioned that, the present paper is neither literature review nor metadata analysis but in fact it can be classified as an explorative theoretical paper employing deductive reasoning approach based on the relativism of ontology. Per hectare consumption of agrochemical companies is growing, it can be treated as positive sign to the industry. Though there is a lot of untapped market is available in industry.
An explorative study of marketing strategies of agrochemical companies: Indian Perspective
Shrikant Jagtap, Rajesh M. Pahurkar
An explorative study of marketing
A Study about Entrepreneurial Behaviour of Young Entrepreneurs Roopa Revathy R, Dr Nimi Dev R
Youngsters are major part of our population and it is one of the strength for our economy. Young entrepreneurs and start-ups are now the backbone of our economy. We can see the growth of start-ups in agriculture, food processing, renewable energy, technology and in tourism sector. Young entrepreneurs are facing so many problems and parallel to this, our Government has formulated more policies for them.
A Study about Entrepreneurial
Application of RSM with performance of coated carbide tools for turning operation Dr. Ashvin J. Makadia
In this study, a Response surface methodology (RSM) is used for the prediction of surface roughness in a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine. Experimental investigation was conducted on the CNC machine to obtain the data used for the prediction of surface roughness on AISI 1040 steel. The parameters used in the experiment were cutting speed, feed, depth of cut and tool nose radius.
Application of RSM with performance of coated carbide tools for turning operation
Dr. Ashvin J. Makadia
Application of RSM with performance
Functioning of Private Hospitals With Reference to Mayiladuthurai Town Dr. K.RAMAKRISHNAN, Mrs. J.KAVITHA
The hospitals are the pillars of our nation. They are physically strengthening the people to lead a motivational life. Especially the performance of private hospitals or notable by is valuable services to our society. In this study, the researcher is going to analyze the various opinions of employees who are all working in the hospital like doctors, nurses and pharmacists.
Functioning of Private Hospitals With Reference to Mayiladuthurai Town
Dr. K.RAMAKRISHNAN, Mrs. J.KAVITHA
Functioning of Private Hospitals
A Comparative Study of Energy Efficient Schemes and Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Network Narinder Singh, Dr. Harmaninderjit Singh
In this paper a survey is done on different energy efficient schemes and data compression techniques in wireless sensor network. Data compression reduces the number of bits used to store or transmit information. Sensor nodes are powered by batteries which cannot generally change or recharged, so energy saving in wireless sensor networks a critical issue.
A Comparative Study of Energy Efficient Schemes and Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Network
Narinder Singh, Dr. Harmaninderjit Singh
A Comparative Study of Energy
Security in wireless sensor network: A Survey Rekha Rani, Dr. Harmaninderjit Singh
A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a network created by a group of sensor nodes to sense physical environment such as light, pressure, heat etc. Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) are regarded as a revolutionary information gathering method to build the information and communication system which will greatly improve the reliability and efficiency of infrastructure systems.
Security in wireless sensor network: A Survey
Ways to Make Nai Talim A Lifelong, Creative And Innovative Process Dr Sonali N. Channawar, Dr. swati Jajoo
Education is a process where learning can done with the tripolar approaches (learner, curriculum and teacher).Teaching–learning process were focuses on the children social, Moral, Aesthetic, Theoretical and vocational development. All these development can be possible through the Gandhijis basic education and Nai Talim is a dream of Gandhiji’s basic education.
Ways to Make Nai Talim A Lifelong, Creative And Innovative Process
Dr Sonali N. Channawar, Dr. swati Jajoo
Ways to Make Nai Talim A Lifelong
The investment decision of Retail Participants Representing Tier II cities of Central India Towards Derivatives Segment Ratish C Gupta, Surabhi Agrawal
This research paper empirically explores the investment decision of retail participants towards derivatives market with special reference to tier II cities of Central India. Since its inception, the progress of derivatives market has been splendid. Initially, the historical background and present turnover has been embraced with an explicit mention of the need for study.
The investment decision of Retail Participants Representing Tier II cities of Central India Towards Derivatives Segment
Ratish C Gupta, Surabhi Agrawal
The investment decision of Retail
A Compendium of Development in Analysis and Design of Microstrip Reflectarray Antenna Prapti R. Pandya, Dr. M. Sarada Devi
In recent times, Microstrip Reflectarray antennas have become an alternative to conventional directive antennas. The reflectarray gives several benefits to reflector antennas such as easy deployment mechanism, cost effectiveness, portability, ease of beam steering and high throughput. Narrow bandwidth is the one distinct disadvantage of reflectarray antenna. Various techniques.
A Compendium of Development in Analysis and Design of Microstrip Reflectarray Antenna
Prapti R. Pandya, Dr. M. Sarada Devi
A Compendium of Development
Design and Analysis of Clutch Plate Using Steel Material Pappuri Hazarathaiah, Y.Ashok Kumar Reddy
Clutch plates are usually made of cast iron and high carbon steels. The properties of cast iron have high compressive strength, low tensile strength and no ductility. It can be easily machined. Due to this reason, it is suitable for the clutch plate but its cost is high. In order to reduce the cost of clutch plate material without affecting the life and effectiveness.
Design and Analysis of Clutch Plate
A Framework For Data Mining Process Dr. Brijesh Kumar Bhardwaj
Data mining approaches of a system is essentially and denotes the solution for a large amount data. Data Ming is one of the dynamic characteristics of big data, which can be quantitatively analyzing the data. Earlier, Data Mining used to be an afterthought, but now-a-days it is widely accepted to be an essential part of a large data. Most of the data approaches failures.
A Framework For Data Mining Process
ON CAYLEY-SYMMETRIC Γ- SEMIGROUPS *Dr.S.V.B.Subrahmanyeswara Rao, T.Srinivasa Rao, N.Rama Krishna
The concept of Cayley-symmetric Γ- semigroups is introduced, and many equivalent conditions of a Cayley-symmetric Γ- semigroups are given. It is proved that a strong semilattice of self-decomposable Γ- semigroups is Cayley-symmetric if and only if each is Cayley-symmetric.
ON CAYLEY-SYMMETRIC Γ- SEMIGROUPS
Profile Analysis of Green Two Wheeler Concepts: Insights for Effective Marketing Dr. Mrudula Trivedi
In this study an attempt is made to develop and study green concepts of two-wheelers as pollution from two wheelers and energy demand for two wheelers both are continuously rising. Both the issues are pausing challenges to two wheeler industry for developing green two wheelers which can give consumers a better option and act as a strategic tool in oligopoly market.
Profile Analysis of Green Two Wheeler Concepts: Insights for Effective Marketing
Dr. Mrudula Trivedi
Profile Analysis of Green Two Wheeler
A Study on Digital Banking transforming India with customer centric approach *KARTHIK.K.R, DR.BINOY MATHEW
Indian financial services sector has opened the door for many players with the forces of globalization and technology revolution in 21st Century. So, it has become imperative for all categories of financial services companies to make unique financial, marketing and HR efforts to tap the opportunity prevailing in the market and to create sustainable competitive.
A Study on Digital Banking transforming India with customer centric approach
*KARTHIK.K.R, DR.BINOY MATHEW
A Study on Digital Banking
On Bi-Orthogonal Bi-matrices *V. Dhivya, B.K.N.Muthugobal
Bi-orthogonal bimatrices are studied as a generalization of orthogonal bimatrices. Some properties of biorthogonal bimatrices are discussed. Also, some results of bi-orthogonal bimatrices are obtained. AMS Classification: 15A09, 15A12, 15A15, 15A57. Keywords: Bimatrix, Orthogonal bimatrix, Bi-orthogonal bimatrix.
On Bi-Orthogonal Bi-matrices
On s-k-Bi-Normal Bi-matrices *R.Silanchiya, B.K.N.Muthugobal
In this paper, we have introduced the concept of bi-normal bi-matrix and s-k-bi-normal bi-matrix as a generalization of normal bi-matrices. AMS Classification: 15A15, 15A12, 15B99. Keywords: Normal bi-matrix, Bi-normal bi-matrix, s-k bi-normal bi-matrix.
On s-k-Bi-Normal Bi-matrices
On s-k Bi-EP Bi-matrices *M. Hemalatha, B.K.N.Muthugobal
The concept of bi-EP bi-matrix and s-k bi-EP bi-matrix as a generalization of EP bi-matrices are introduced in this paper. Also, some properties of bi-EP bi-matrices and s-k bi-EP bi-matrices are obtained. AMS Classification: 15A15, 15A12, 15B99. Keywords: EP bi-matrix, Bi-EP bi-matrix, s-k bi-EP bi-matrix.
On s-k Bi-EP Bi-matrices
Color Image Watermarking Using DFT Ningombam Jimson, Kattamanchi Hemachandran
Digital watermarking provide copyright protection and information security by adding an information to the cover image. In this paper, a color image watermarking is proposed using DFT in YCbCr color space. The original RGB image is converted into YCbCr color space to get the luminance information Y and chrominance information (Cb, Cr).
Color Image Watermarking Using DFT
Appraisal of water quality and hydrogeochemistry of groundwater quality classification M. Thotappaiah, T. Suresh, Manjappa S, Suresh B
Declining in the groundwater quality and increasing in the anthropogenic activities at an alarming rate in parts of the Karnataka, especially in Bellary district Sandur area. A limited work has been carried out on groundwater quality classification for drinking and irrigation in selected locations.
Appraisal of water quality and hydrogeochemistry of groundwater quality classification
M. Thotappaiah, T. Suresh, Manjappa S, Suresh B
Appraisal of water quality
Experimental Investigation of High speed Centrifugal pump with Circular casings of different throat area Harshal Prajapati, Muhammad Anas Shaikh, Usmangani Dyer
The paper is based on the effects of changes in throat area on the output of a pump running at higher speed. The aim is to obtain higher head by decreasing the area of the casing and same size impeller with curved blades. The results of both casings are compared to observe the changes in the performance of the pump with circular casing.
Experimental Investigation of High speed Centrifugal pump with Circular casings of different throat area
Harshal Prajapati, Muhammad Anas Shaikh, Usmangani Dyer
Experimental Investigation of High speed
Improved Genetic Algorithm for Solving NQueen Problem Smita Parihar, Shyam Agrawal
N-Queen problem belong to the class of NP-Complete problems. It represents a class of constraint problems. It has many application areas such as deadlock prevention, VLSI circuit design, traffic management, register allocation and many more. In this paper genetic algorithm is applied on N-Queen problem. An improved genetic algorithm is proposed.
Improved Genetic Algorithm
Kinetics involved in TSDC spectra of pristine and irradiated PVDF thin film Dr. Devendra Prasad
Dielectric relaxation studies have been made by thermally stimulated depolarization current (TSDC) technique. In the present study an attempt has been made to review the experimentally reported TSDC data of pristine and Ag-ion irradiated Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) thin film in accordance with a different method of analysis as proposed by Prakash.
Kinetics involved in TSDC
Challenges and opportunities of supply chain management in Indian automobile industries Mahesh Kumar, Dr. Rakesh
The automobile industry in India is a major leading contributor to India’s economy. India becomes a global manufacturing hub in the automobile sector. Increasing demands of the automobile in the domestic and international market opening new opportunities in the Indian automobile sector. The arrival of major global automobile.
Challenges and opportunities of supply chain management in Indian automobile industries
Mahesh Kumar, Dr. Rakesh
Challenges and opportunities of supply
Blockchain Technology: A Revolution in Economy Ms. Swati Suchak, Prof. Uttara Gogate
Over the past few years a revolution in type of currency from Fiat currency to digital currency and then Cryptocurrency has been gaining public eye rapidly. Bitcoin, Litcoin and Ether are popular Cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrency is as a variety of digital currency which is created and managed through the use of advanced encryption technique called as Cryptography.
Diversity and Distribution of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Gauhati University Campus, Assam Hridisha Nandana Hazarika, Kamal Adhikari, *Bulbuli Khanikor
Ants are the important invertebrates play momentous role in the terrestrial ecosystem and also participated actively in the interactions that develop the quality of soil. The present study was undertaken to investigate the diversity and distribution of ants in Gauhati University campus, Assam, India. The ants were collected from four different habitats i.e. open area, hilly area.
Diversity and Distribution of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Gauhati University Campus, Assam
Hridisha Nandana Hazarika, Kamal Adhikari, *Bulbuli Khanikor
Diversity and Distribution of Ants
Comparative Analysis of Multiclass SVM and Binary SVM for Epileptic Seizure Prediction using EEG signals Anjum Shaikh, Mukta Dhopeshwarkar, S.N.Helambe, Ramesh Manza
In pattern recognition and data classification classifier play very important role. In data classification Selection of proper classifier and optimal classes of data to achieve the proper result is very important. The present studies represent the comparative study of performance of two classifiers that are Multiclass SVM (MC-SVM) and Binary SVM.
Comparative Analysis of Multiclass SVM and Binary SVM for Epileptic Seizure Prediction using EEG signals
Anjum Shaikh, Mukta Dhopeshwarkar, S.N.Helambe, Ramesh Manza
Comparative Analysis of Multiclass SVM
Growth of Livestock Husbandry and Its Impact on Food Security in Moradabad District *Ashish Kumar Parashari, Muzafar Hussain
Food is a foremost requirement for the survival of mankind. Those who are socio-economically well equipped have easy access to food but people belonging to poor sections of the society find difficult to get healthy food. Livestock is an easy and reliable source of nutrition, protein and fibre for marginalised and underprivileged people.
Growth of Livestock Husbandry and Its Impact on Food Security in Moradabad District
*Ashish Kumar Parashari, Muzafar Hussain
Growth of Livestock Husbandry
Cost and Schedule Performance Analysis of World Bank International Development Projects in Afghanistan Nasir Ahmad Shfiei, Dr. Puttanna K
International Development projects are sponsored and implemented in developing countries with the purpose of poverty alleviation, improving the living standard of the people and economic development in general. World Bank is one of the major donors in sponsoring ID projects worldwide. The Bank has committed more than US $ 4.1 billion for development projects in Afghanistan.
Cost and Schedule Performance Analysis of World Bank International Development Projects in Afghanistan
Nasir Ahmad Shfiei, Dr. Puttanna K
Cost and Schedule Performance
Decision Based Impulse Denoising Techniques for Gray Scale Images: An Experimental Analysis Usha Rani
In digital images, salt and pepper noise is introduced during acquisition, transmission or due to faulty memory locations etc. This is a type of noise that takes only extreme values that is white and black in gray level images. The presence of this noise is undesirable in digital images as it effects the subsequent stages of the digital image analysis.
Decision Based Impulse Denoising Techniques for Gray Scale Images: An Experimental Analysis
Decision Based Impulse Denoising
Accumulation of Heavy Metals Present in Fruit Samples at Sekuru And Angalakuduru of Guntur District SrivaniMVK, BrahmajiRao P
The study aims to detect some of the metals and their concentration levels in fruits. Accumulation of nutrients and heavy metals present in Mango, Sapota, Lemon and Banana fruits were carried out during the study period in selected field stations at Sekuru and Angalakuduru. Fruit samples were collected randomly in polythene bags dried and grinded.
Accumulation of Heavy Metals Present in Fruit Samples at Sekuru And Angalakuduru of Guntur District
SrivaniMVK, BrahmajiRao P
Accumulation of Heavy Metals
Impact of Knowledge-based HRM Practices on Knowledge Management Effectiveness N. Sivagiri
In any organization, knowledge is considered as an invaluable asset and the employees are only source of knowledge. Human Resource Management (HRM) practices are essential for attracting, developing, motivating and retaining the employees whereas Knowledge Management (KM) practices are essential for acquiring, disseminating, retaining and reusing knowledge of employees.
Impact of Knowledge-based HRM
A Study on Economic Behaviour of Rural Women: Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu B.Santhosh Kumar
The study was conducted in selected taluk of Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu during 2018-19 in order to know the economic behaviour of rural women in terms of their socio-economic, psychological and family background attributes. The results of the study revealed that majority of the respondents exhibited medium to low level of individual household saving.
A Study on Economic Behaviour
Impact Of Employee Engagement On Employee Innovative Behavior ANUPAMA R NAIR, Dr. RAVI KUMAR
To achieve success and to be claimed as a reputed organization, firms need to focus on engaging employees physically as well as mentally. Employees when engaged, profoundly express themselves physically, cognitively and emotionally during their role performances in the organization. This will not only create a positive work atmosphere but also yield enormous growth.
Impact Of Employee Engagement
Online Appointment Booking System Mr. Patel Tirthkumar S., Mr. Vaghela Surajsinh P.
Most organizations rely on the appointment scheduling systems to manage client's access to their service providers. Conventional appointment scheduling processes have intrinsic inefficiency because of the tendency to generate fragmented time slots. In this article, a solution, which considers service-provider mutual preference, is provided to guide the appointment scheduling process.
Online Appointment Booking System
Item Recommendation System Using Matrix Factorization Technique M.Munafur Hussaina, Dr.R.Parimala
Recommender systems are becoming substantial in the growth of the information technology to offer e-commerce users with proper rating of Product / Services. Sparse and high dimensionality data affected the routine of recommendation. Steepest gradient descent based Matrix Factorization techniques optimize the difference between actual and predicted ratings.
Item Recommendation System
A Study on the Factors Influencing the Brand Switching Attitude among the Consumers Sunitha Kumari. R, Dr. D. Moorthy
Advances in technology, changing consumer needs, fast-paced life and the power of social marketing have left, the consumers with innumerable choices, markets with stiff competition and manufacturers with extreme pressure to innovate products which give consumers the best of service, comfort and pride.This study aims at understanding the factor affecting brand loyalty and the forces that speed up brand switching.
A Study on the Factors Influencing the Brand Switching Attitude among the Consumers
Sunitha Kumari. R, Dr. D. Moorthy
A Study on the Factors Influencing
The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Job Performance With Special Reference Ms. Joeina Marry Mathew, Prof. Dr. Santhosh. V.A
The high-level performance of the workforce results in improved productivity and efficiency and it has always been the topmost goal and priority of any organisation in this globe. A highly-satisfied workforce is an absolute necessity for achieving superior-level of operations in organisations, leading to the advancement of the employee as well as for the growth of the organization.
The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Job Performance With Special Reference
Ms. Joeina Marry Mathew, Prof. Dr. Santhosh. V.A
The Impact of Job Satisfaction
Vendor selection with and without effect of risk cost Deepak Kumar, Mr.A.R Ansari
The vendor selection process plays vital role in reducing the most important variables quality, cost and productivity. The total cost of purchase is included in the decision making process. This total cost incorporates transportation ordering and storage cost. We calculate the Economic order quantities (EOQ) for single and multiple sourcing.
Vendor selection with and without effect