International Multidisciplinary Conference on "Knowledge Sharing, Technological Advancements & Sustainable Development
IMC2K18

  • Numerical Investigation On Effect Of CFRP on Shear Strengthening Of RC Beams Kilaru Divya, Velivela Ramesh

    Abstract: The objective of the study is to estimate the influence of parameters on externally bonded Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer on shear strengthening of RC beams which are deficient in shear by analytically and numerically using ABAQUS modeling. Shear span to effective depth ratio, effect of internal transverse reinforcement, amount, distribution and orientation of CFRP are the parameters which were studied.

    Numerical Investigation On Effect Of CFRP on Shear Strengthening Of RC Beams

    Kilaru Divya, Velivela Ramesh

    Numerical Investigation On Effect Of CFRP on Shear

  • Development and Validation of Spectrophotometric Assay Methods for 'Ribavirin' by Using Three Effective Reagents N. Murali Krishna, C. Rambabu, M. V. Satyanarayana

    Abstract- In the present study, three simple spectrophotometric methods are developed and validated in order to determine Ribavirin, a synthetic nucleoside analogue. Apart from the simplicity, the methods are of low cost and effective. Three reagents namely Alizarin Red dye, p-chloroanilic acid and 1,10-phenanthroline are used in the development of the methods. The drug was determined in both pure form as well as in formulations.

    The drug is a base and hence forms an ion-association complex with Alizarin Red which is an acidic dye. The heteroatom nitrogen of ribavirin donates electrons to the p-acceptor p-chloroanilinic acid and forms a charge transfer complex.

    Development and Validation of Spectrophotometric Assay Methods for 'Ribavirin' by Using Three Effective Reagents

    N. Murali Krishna, C. Rambabu, M. V. Satyanarayana

    Development and Validation of Spectrophotometric

  • Determination of Silver (I) using the oxidation of O- Di-Anisidine (ODA) with peroxydisulfate - By catalytic Determination Andrews B.S.A, M V Satyanarayana, V D N Kumar abbaraju, Malleswara Rao D

    Abstract: A Catalytic method for simple and accurate determination of silver is based on the catalytic effect of Silver (I) ion on the oxidation of Ortho Di Anisidine(ODA) by peroxydisulfate is was determined. ODA is used as an indicator in acidic medium. The rate of the decrease in absorbance of ODA (at 450 nm) is proportional to the concentration of silver in the range of 0.3-4.0 µg/ mL.

    The theoretical limit of detection was 0.25 µg/ mL. The method is free from most interference. The method was applied to the determination of silver in Lake Water By using different temperatures pseudo-first order rate constants are measured as a function of catalyst concentration.

    The LOD and relative standard deviation for Silver(I) were 45 mol.dm-3 and 0.6% respectively. The coefficient of variance and % error were in the range of 0.907- 0.238, 0.1-0.30% respectively. River and other water samples from the Samalkota, East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh state-INDIA were carried out for analysis by using ODA. Key words: Silver (I), ODA, Catalytic Determination, peroxydisulfate.

    Determination of Silver (I) using the oxidation of O- Di-Anisidine (ODA) with peroxydisulfate - By catalytic Determination

    Andrews B.S.A, M V Satyanarayana, V D N Kumar abbaraju, Malleswara Rao D

    Andrews B.S.A, M V Satyanarayana

  • Low Cost Biosorbent for the Removal of Chromium (VI) from Polluted Waters V. Krishna veni, J. Venkateswara rao

    Abstract: An efficient and inexpensive activated carbon sorbent has been derived from the stems of Carissa Carandas (NCCC) for the removal of chromium (VI) from contaminated waters by using batch adsorption method. pH, contract time, adsorbent dosage initial concentration, particle size and temperature effected the percentage removal of chromium from solution.

    Low Cost Biosorbent for the Removal of Chromium (VI) from Polluted Waters

    V. Krishna veni, J. Venkateswara rao

    Low Cost Biosorbent for the Removal of Chromium

  • Comparison of Qualities of River Water and Groundwater Assessed by Water Quality Index C. L. Monica, M. V. Satyanarayana, R.L.N. Charyulu, D. Sarada Kalyani

    During determination of WQI, the standard values of water quality parameters recommended by Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) and Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) are considered. Most of the groundwater samples are found to possess higher concentration of chloride content, alkalinity, hardness, total dissolved solids and electrical conductivity than the corresponding river water samples. Turbidity values are found to be more for river water samples while fluoride content is more for groundwater samples.

    Comparison of Qualities of River Water and Groundwater Assessed by Water Quality Index

    C. L. Monica, M. V. Satyanarayana, R.L.N. Charyulu, D. Sarada Kalyani

    Comparison of Qualities of River Water and Groundwater

  • Sustainable Development - Initiatives for a Better World Dr. N. Ramanuja, Dr. K. Sarada Devi, Mr.K. Krishna Saathvik

    This paper assesses the role of the sustainable initiatives across the world and especially of the Indian government in formulating the strategic policies for sustainable growth, as it is believed that unsustainable development results in social inequities.The government needs to contribute to the society through certain policies which require a grass root level implementation.

    Sustainable Development - Initiatives for a Better World

    Dr. N. Ramanuja, Dr. K. Sarada Devi, Mr.K. Krishna Saathvik

    Sustainable Development - Initiatives for a Better World

  • Thickness of Plastic Carry Bags - An Overview P. Haritha, B. Sreenivasa Rao, P. Vasavi

    Abstract- In the present article, the effects of plastic carry bags basing on its thickness and the measures taken by the government of India was discussed. Plastic carry bags are in general made from polythene and are often used for the purpose of carrying or supplying commodities.

    The option of plastic carry bags is attributed to its outstanding barrier properties and water-proof properties, safety in handling due to their non-breakability nature and also very light in weight. The main problem with carry bags lies with difficulty in degradation. In addition, it clogs drains and thus cause great problem to urban sewage systems.

    Thickness of Plastic Carry Bags - An Overview

    P. Haritha, B. Sreenivasa Rao, P. Vasavi

    Thickness of Plastic Carry Bags - An Overview

  • Listening Skill Helps in Improving Speaking Skill: A study on rural medium students Pavan Kumar Nowbattula, Sagar Neeli, Dr. V. Rama Devi

    Abstract: Language is a system of communication. Languages survive and prosper on account of their role and function in the society. To understand social relations and processes of an international level, there is a need of a common language. English is the most popular language globally and the key force of it is universal rather than general.

    While learning and teaching English as a second language, we always talk about the four language skills viz. listening, speaking, reading and writing which are referred to as LSRW. The teacher as well as the learners of rural background has been facing many confrontations in teaching and acquiring these four language skills.

    This study mainly aims on enhancing the listening skills of the students who come from rural areas to improve speaking skills. The main objective of the present study is to establish the relation between listening and speaking and to find out how listening skill improves speaking skill.

    Listening Skill Helps in Improving Speaking Skill: A study on rural medium students

    Pavan Kumar Nowbattula, Sagar Neeli, Dr. V. Rama Devi

    Pavan Kumar Nowbattula, Sagar Neeli, Dr. V. Rama Devi

  • A Study of the Role of the Multi-Media Language Laboratory as a tool for enhancement of Communication Skills in Second Language Acquisition Dr. Shikha Bhatnagar

    Abstract: Language is a means of Communication. The computer-assisted language laboratory is proving to be of immense value to engineering under-graduates in their quest for language learning. The learner is able to improve their communication skills over the course of their study. The LSRW skills gained thus are enabling the learners to gain competence in the acquisition of language.

    A Study of the Role of the Multi-Media Language Laboratory as a tool for enhancement of Communication Skills in Second Language Acquisition

    Dr. Shikha Bhatnagar

    A Study of the Role of the Multi-Media

  • The Exigency of the Day Multi-Media in English Classes M. KASU, Dr. CH. NARESH

    The usage of Multimedia is the exigency of the day in every English class whether it is for Primary students, Secondary students or Graduate students.The present generation is anyways techno geeks. Since childhood exposed to mobile, television, radio, tape recorders/ VCR etc., The multimedia which in general sense is something that one can watch and listen.

    The Exigency of the Day Multi-Media in English Classes

    M. KASU, Dr. CH. NARESH

    The Exigency of the Day Multi-Media in English Classes

  • Technology in Language Teaching Aruna Kumari Kanuri, R. Rupa Jhansi Rani

    Abstract: English in this post modern scenario is not only a language; it became a way of life. In the context of globalization, it is used more in areas other than its home land. It facilitates the non-native speakers to grab the opportunities that are posed by international community. So it is obvious that knowledge of English is must and should for any professional student to advance in his career. But second language learning is not as natural as that of first language.

    Technology in Language Teaching

    Aruna Kumari Kanuri, R. Rupa Jhansi Rani

    Technology in Language Teaching

  • Understanding the Classroom Teaching C. Venkata Lakshmi, Dr. S. K. Sheela

    Abstract- Capturing the students’ attention is the biggest challenge to a teacher. Today’s educational system is rapidly changing its objectives. Every year, the curriculum and objectives of the course is continuously changing. To handle a class, a teachers need to be updated with emerging technology and new trend of teaching. A classroom is a podium of reflection where of teaching and learning takes place.

    For a effective classroom teaching and learning there is a need to have motivators ,effectives responders and innovative teaching methodology. For this to happen teacher is expected to have and overall idea new innovation teaching techniques and useful technology to be implemented.

    Understanding the Classroom Teaching

    C. Venkata Lakshmi, Dr. S. K. Sheela

    Understanding the Classroom Teaching

  • The English Language in Dalit Perspective K. Tambibabu

    Abstract: English learning gives Dalits a lot of contribution for their recent subjectivity. The English language facilitated them with a lot of knowledge and self-respect. Dalits innovated themselves through this procedure and spoke of themselves as leaders in the society.

    Now, English knowledge is an instrument which is used by them to eradicate the calmness created by other caste people in recent Kerala society. Through English learning, Dalits were benefitted to represent and tell about their tales.

    The study of this idea is a standpoint for themselves which I named ‘Dalit representation’. It encouraged Dalits to gain the power of speech and recognition in the society and it has altered their dream of survival in the society.

    The English Language in Dalit Perspective

    K. Tambibabu

    K. Tambibabu

  • Enhancing the Communication Skills of Regional Medium Learners of Engineering by Inculcating Lateral Thinking Skills J. Neeraja

    Abstract: Today the education world has been greatly influenced by rapid development in information and communication sector. Engineering Colleges have advanced leaps and bounds in incorporating corporate necessities in syllabus. As there is a great need in corporate sector, today’s education expanded itself from text book to ‘e’ learning, multimedia presentation, interactive sessions, video conferencing, educational games etc., which has become an integral part of the syllabus..

    Enhancing the Communication Skills of Regional Medium Learners of Engineering by Inculcating Lateral Thinking Skills

    J. Neeraja

    Enhancing the Communication Skillsm

  • A Study and Analysis on "Usage Based Theory" in Language Acquisition Dr. G. Mohana Charyulu, Rajanikanth Kuncharapu

    Irrespective of the region and language, every child is a scientist in language observing and understanding the language they listen from their circumstances. The theories proposed by Skinner, Chomsky, Piaget and a host of others failed (See Vygotsky’s “Social Interaction theory”)

    A Study and Analysis on "Usage Based Theory" in Language Acquisition

    Dr. G. Mohana Charyulu, Rajanikanth Kuncharapu

    A Study and Analysis on "Usage Based Theory"

  • Sri Aurobindo's Theory of Spiritual Evolution K. Pratap Kumar

    Abstract: The Western theory of Evolution is a great asset for Aurobindo in realizing the necessary reconciliation between the material and the spiritual, the world and God. Such reconciliation is made easier by the fundamental Indian concepts that Reality is One that serves as the starting point. It is this One that manifests through Many. This is the starting –point for Aurobindo.

    Sri Aurobindo's Theory of Spiritual Evolution

    K. Pratap Kumar

    Sri Aurobindo's Theory of Spiritual Evolution

  • Technology Makes English Language Teaching Easy B. Radha, Dr. Chandramoli, Ramu Yarlagadda

    Abstract- In the digital world, it is found that there is no place without the use of technology. Its contribution in the field of English language made teaching easy. Resources such as videos, audios, audio-visual, audio printed words, video-audio and lyrics, websites, apps special teaching aids in addition to technical devices are tremendously

    advantageous. In 1980-90 teaching was mostly through traditional method, 1990-2000 computers with floppies, CD’, 2000-2010 with DVD’s, pen-drives, and memory cards with personal computers, 2010 onwards introduction of smart-phones and tabs replacing everything. Since 2016 no common man is found unaware of technology in hands.

    Technology Makes English Language Teaching Easy

    B. Radha, Dr. Chandramoli, Ramu Yarlagadda

    Technology Makes English Language Teaching Easy

  • Cognitive Development Approach in Language Development Dr. K. Usha Rani

    Abstract: Cognition means consciousness. Cognitive skill development involves the progressive building of learning skills, such as attention, memory and thinking. Anything, whatever we do in the life span i.e, 36000 days(100 years) must increase our awareness, consciousness means our cognition towards reality.

    Knowing reality is the purpose of life. Knowing is to understand. English language is the finest one which influences finally to know the truth, to broaden the mind, to fine tune the ego and moderation of intellectuality. We can understand the culture of society by expressing the words.

    We can understand many aspects of life through English Language. Our cognition will increase through the learning process. One has to be ready to learn anything that comes to us and we should be ready to accept everything which ever increases our cognition.

    Cognitive Development Approach in Language Development

    Dr. K. Usha Rani

    Dr. K. Usha Rani

  • English Curriculum and Employment: A Case Study of Telangana Engineering Students Dr. A. Naresh

    Abstract: This study is focused on the role of English Language Skills and Soft Skills in providing employability to the Engineering students. The objective of this study is also to instigate and examine the both academic needs and professional needs of the engineering students.

    English Curriculum and Employment: A Case Study of Telangana Engineering Students

    Dr. A. Naresh

    A Case Study of Telangana Engineering Students

  • Impact of Technology in learning English Spelling G. Kalpana Devi, V. V. Subba Rao

    Technology makes a lot of changes in our day to day life. It shows impact not only our lives but also in various aspects like learning process of English language. It adds both advantages and disadvantages in the learning process. Through internet, learners find more information and it opens wide variety of opportunities to practice and to enhance their English language skills.

    Impact of Technology in learning English Spelling

    G. Kalpana Devi, V. V. Subba Rao

    Impact of Technology in learning English Spelling

  • Amalgamation of Technology in English Language Teaching : Challenges and Remedies Dr. P. Anantha Lakshmi

    Abstract: The objective of the study is to estimate the influence of parameters on externally bonded Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer on shear strengthening of RC beams which are deficient in shear by analytically and numerically using ABAQUS modeling. Shear span to effective depth ratio, effect of internal transverse reinforcement, amount, distribution and orientation of CFRP are the parameters which were studied.

    Amalgamation of Technology in English Language Teaching : Challenges and Remedies

    Dr. P. Anantha Lakshmi

    Amalgamation of Technology in English Language

  • The role of Technology and Blended Teaching and Learning Approach (BTLA) in acquiring English Language: A Study Prof. M.V.Raghuram, Dr.K.Pavan Kumar

    Abstract- Now-a-days technology has an ever-changing effect on many possessions that includes English language teaching and learning. Technology is the compilation of techniques, skills, methods and processes used in the production of goods or services or in the achievement of goals.

    Traditional teaching has unarmed students’ capacity to understand certain language. The traditional teaching model mainly emphasized on teachers’ instruction, and the information provided is limited due to traditional classes.

    The role of Technology and Blended Teaching and Learning Approach (BTLA) in acquiring English Language: A Study

    Prof. M.V.Raghuram, Dr.K.Pavan Kumar

    Learning Approach (BTLA) in acquiring English Language

  • Vague Α Generalized Homeomorphism in Vague Topological Spaces R. Ramya Swetha, Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, Dr.T.Anitha

    Abstract: In this we introduce vague α generalized closed and open mappings, vague α generalized homeomorphism, vague M α generalized homeomorphism, vague contra α generalized continuous mappings and also we derive the relation between various vague contra closed sets..

    In this we introduce vague α generalized closed and open mappings, vague α generalized homeomorphism, vague M α generalized homeomorphism, vague contra α generalized continuous mappings and also we derive the relation between various vague contra closed sets.

    Keywords — Vague α generalized , Vague α generalized homeomorphism, Vague contra α generalized continuous, vague M α generalized homeomorphism, Vague contra α generalized continuous.

    Vague Α Generalized Homeomorphism in Vague Topological Spaces

    R. Ramya Swetha, Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, Dr.T.Anitha

    R. Ramya Swetha, Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, Dr.T.Anitha

  • Semi-2-Absorbing Ideals Of So-Rings N. Ravi Babu, Dr. P.V. Srinivasa Rao, Dr. T.V. Pradeep Kumar

    Abstract: A partial semiring is a structure having an infinitary partial addition and a binary multiplication, subject to a set of axioms. In this paper we introduce the notions of 2-m-system, semi- 2-absorbing ideal and 2-p-system in so-rings and obtain their characteristics.

    Semi-2-Absorbing Ideals Of So-Rings

    N. Ravi Babu, Dr. P.V. Srinivasa Rao, Dr. T.V. Pradeep Kumar

    Semi-2-Absorbing Ideals Of So-Rings

  • Weakly-R0 Type Spaces on Pre-Semi Closed Sets in Topological Ordered Spaces Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, P. Rajasekhar

    In this paper we define some new separation axioms of type Weakly-R0 spaces and we introduced weakly ps-i-R0, weakly ps-d-R0, weakly ps-b-R0 spaces for topological ordered spaces and we verify the relationship between these spaces to other spaces in topological ordered spaces.

    Weakly-R0 Type Spaces on Pre-Semi Closed Sets in Topological Ordered Spaces

    Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, P. Rajasekhar

    Weakly-R0 Type Spaces on Pre-Semi Closed Sets

  • Application Of Algebra For Genetic Inheritance Dhanekula Naga Bhargavi, Dr. S. V. S. Girija

    Abstract: Here an attempt is made to explain how Linear Algebra can be applied to Genetics. It is the study of inheritance or the transmission of traits from one generation to next. we discuss simple Medelian inheritance, Non associativity of inheritance, gametic, Zygote algebras with genetic relations and Baric algebra.

    Application Of Algebra For Genetic Inheritance

    Dhanekula Naga Bhargavi, Dr. S. V. S. Girija

    Application Of Algebra For Genetic Inheritance

  • Start-Up Ecosystem in India Dr. K. Anusha, P. Krishna Priya

    It is important to focus on promoting local recourses within the country to emerge and grow as a top consumer market. The paper examines the entrepreneurship system gaining ground in India. The importance of start up eco system for entrepreneurship development and organisations promoting start up’s are also discussed.

    Start-Up Ecosystem in India

    Dr. K. Anusha, P. Krishna Priya

    Start-Up Ecosystem in India

  • Design of Rectractable Roof for Open Auditorium Prof. P. V. S. M. Kumar, Y. Sandhya, R. Anil kumar, S. Ravi Teja, Y. Yesheshve, S. Amareswara Reddy

    Abstract: Retractable roof system is constructed with telescopic sliding segments is safer than retractable glass roof systems. The main purpose of the PAPER is to utilize the open air theatre during the day time and in the rainy season. The same mechanisms can also be used in stadiums, porticos, house roofs etc.

    Design of Rectractable Roof for Open Auditorium

    Prof. P. V. S. M. Kumar, Y. Sandhya, R. Anil kumar, S. Ravi Teja, Y. Yesheshve, S. Amareswara Reddy

    Design of Rectractable Roof for Open Auditorium

  • Analysis & Identification of Time and Cost Overruns in Built Environment, India G.T.N Veerendra, V.Sainath, A.V.Phani Manoj

    Construction sector is emerging new drifts and developments, which are contributing for innovation and increase of global collaborative projects. Factors like TIME, COST and QUALITY are measured to sustain and to increase market of the company/business.

    Analysis & Identification of Time and Cost Overruns in Built Environment, India

    G.T.N Veerendra, V.Sainath, A.V.Phani Manoj

    Analysis & Identification of Time and Cost

  • Thermo Acoustic Refrigeration- A Review Anusha Peyyala, E.Kavitha, Ranga Raju K, Siva Rama Krishna K

    Abstract: Usage of refrigerants in producing cooling effect has been increasing in last few decades. Although their COP is high but their harm to earth is more. Even in some cases they are hazardous materials. Cost is also a major factor in this kind of refrigeration.

    Thermo Acoustic Refrigeration- A Review

    Anusha Peyyala, E.Kavitha, Ranga Raju K, Siva Rama Krishna K

    Thermo Acoustic Refrigeration- A Review

  • Prediction of Natural Frequencies of Thin Metal Plates Dr. K. Srividya, M. Nagaswapnasri, Ch. Mohan Sumanth, Ch. Jeevan Paul

    In the present investigation, free vibration analysis of thin isotropic materials of different material plates under various boundary conditions is found using finite element method. In addition experiments are conducted on thin metallic plates to validate FEM with experimental modal analysis also.

    Prediction of Natural Frequencies of Thin Metal Plates

    Dr. K. Srividya, M. Nagaswapnasri, Ch. Mohan Sumanth, Ch. Jeevan Paul

    Prediction of Natural Frequencies of Thin Metal Plates

  • Medical Image Fusion Techniques Based on Discrete Transform Domains M. Sowjanya, D. Swetha, P.Surendra Kumar, T.Krishna Chaitanya

    Image fusion mainly focused on image enhancement for better visualization of technique. The Main objective is to perform image fusion using Wavelet Transform using Haar wavelet. Image fusion creates new images of CT(computed tomography),MRI(magnetic resonance image) and for further image processing tasks such as discrete transform domains.

    Medical Image Fusion Techniques Based on Discrete Transform Domains

    M. Sowjanya, D. Swetha, P.Surendra Kumar, T.Krishna Chaitanya

    Medical Image Fusion Techniques

  • Performance improvement in DS-CDMA system with Blind detector J. Ravindrababu, V. Sri Lekha, P.Sri Nagini, D.Swathi, E.V.Krishna Rao

    Abstract: In this paper, we proposed blind multiuser detector for improvement of performance in DS-CDMA system and also examines the performance of proposed detector with existing multi-user detectors (Decorrelating and MMSE) in DS-CDMA system.

    Performance improvement in DS-CDMA system with Blind detector

    J. Ravindrababu, V. Sri Lekha, P.Sri Nagini, D.Swathi, E.V.Krishna Rao

    Performance improvement in DS-CDMA system with Blind detector

  • Design and development of preamplifier for application of Doppler Sodar using proteus software Sreedevi singarapu, V.Naveen Kumar, M Purnachandra Rao,P S V Subbarao

    Low noise preamplifier of an acoustic echo sounder has been designed and developed. Details are given for the design and development of a low noise preamplifier used the proteus professional software for application of Doppler Sodar. It currently probes the thermal structure of the atmosphere up to 700m.

    Design and development of preamplifier for application of Doppler Sodar using proteus software

    Sreedevi singarapu, V.Naveen Kumar, M Purnachandra Rao,P S V Subbarao

    Design and development of preamplifier

  • Mean Approximation Image Fusion Algorithm using Wavelet Transforms Surya Prasada Rao Borra, Mohammed Nasreen, Vinay Salapala

    Abstract: This paper speaks about image fusion algorithm using Wavelet Transforms. Image Fusion is a methodology to combine two or more images to obtain more detailed image. Here the fusion of magnetic resonance (MR) and computed tomography (CT) images is being done.

    Mean Approximation Image Fusion Algorithm using Wavelet Transforms

    Surya Prasada Rao Borra, Mohammed Nasreen, Vinay Salapala

    Mean Approximation Image Fusion Algorithm

  • E- Driving License Authentication System Dr.A.Srinivasarao, S.Gopiraju, M.Raghavendra

    In order to convert the manual authentication of a driver’s licence into the digital authentication we have developed a web based application that can handle the verification process of a licence with the help of the user’s aadhar number which is the primary key for accessing the user’s details.

    E- Driving License Authentication System

    Dr.A.Srinivasarao, S.Gopiraju, M.Raghavendra

    E- Driving License Authentication System

  • Development and Validation of Pholcodine In Pharmaceutical Formulation – A New Rp-HPLC Method V. D. N. Kumar Abbaraju, V. Sreeram, Venkateswara Rao

    Abstract: A validated HPLC method is developed to determine Pholcodine in pharmaceutical formulation by using rate of flow at 1.0ml/min is employed on Symetry or Luna C8 5μm (4.6 x 150 mm) or equivalent. As a mobile phase, mixture of Methanol, Water and Acetonitrile ratio in the range of 70:20:10/v/v is prepared.

    Development and Validation of Pholcodine In Pharmaceutical Formulation – A New Rp-HPLC Method

    V. D. N. Kumar Abbaraju, V. Sreeram, Venkateswara Rao

    Development and Validation of Pholcodine

  • Horseradish Peroxidase and Horseradish peroxidase-SWNT Composites for Hydrogen Peroxide Detection Nagaraju D. H.

    The Horse radish peroxidase enzyme (HRP) displays good biosensing properties by catalyzing reduction of hydrogen peroxide. Here, we present the immobilization and biosensor properties of HRP enzyme on self-assembled monolayers (SAM) by covalent modification, non-covalent modification and electrochemical modification.

    Horseradish Peroxidase and Horseradish peroxidase-SWNT Composites for Hydrogen Peroxide Detection

    Nagaraju D. H.

    Horseradish Peroxidase and Horseradish peroxidase

  • Development and Validation of Stability Indicating HPLC Method for Estimation of Related Substances in Neostigmine Pavani Peddi, Dr. T. Raja Rajeswari, S. L. Tulasi

    The current proposed methodology of the research is to determine the related substances present in Neostigmine by using high-performance liquid chromatographic method. the developed method was validated for their accuracy and reproducibility. Reversed-phase chromatography was performed on Waters 2489 UV 2695 pump.

    Development and Validation of Stability Indicating HPLC Method for Estimation of Related Substances in Neostigmine

    Pavani Peddi, Dr. T. Raja Rajeswari, S. L. Tulasi

    Development and Validation of Stability Indicating HPLC

  • Enigma of Generics Yarlagadda Pavani, Dr. T. prabhakar, Dr. M. SubbaRao

    Abstract: while the generics medicines act was brought with the noble objective of bringing down the cost of medicines to the reach of common man, in practice the same exploitation in the name of branded generics is going on in a threebule or four fold cost. Keywords — Generic drugs, bioequivalent copies, pharmacological effects , chemical name , primary health.

    Enigma of Generics

    Yarlagadda Pavani, Dr. T. prabhakar, Dr. M. SubbaRao

    Enigma of Generics

  • Enunciating the Importance of Team-building Skills for MBA Learners Using Johari Window T. Kranthi

    Teaching English for learners pursuing a course in MBA does not involve just developing the LSRW skills. As it is a course in ESP, we are more concerned of equipping them with the skills required to face the challenges of their profession. These learners, as the post-graduate students know the importance of developing their employability skills.

    Enunciating the Importance of Team-building Skills for MBA Learners Using Johari Window

    T. Kranthi

    Enunciating the Importance of Team-building Skills

  • Activity-Based Language Teaching: Ways For ESL Students' Better English Language Learning Wael Fadhil Hasoby

    Abstract: Teaching English in the non–native context is a challenging task. Task-based learning is an overall approach to language learning that views the tasks that learners do as central to the learning process. It has the advantage of getting the students to use their skills at their current level.

    Activity-Based Language Teaching: Ways For ESL Students' Better English Language Learning

    Wael Fadhil Hasoby

    Activity-Based Language Teaching: Ways For ESL

  • Spectroscopic features of Mn2+-doped Sodium Lead Alumino Borosilicate Glass System K. Vijaya Babu, Dr. Sandhya Cole

    Glass system of Na2O-PbO-Al2O3-B2O3-SiO2 (NPABS) doped MnO have been prepared by melt quenching technique. The prepared samples have been characterized by X-ray diffraction technique (XRD), UV-vis absorption, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR), Differential thermal analysis (DTA), Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy techniques.

    Spectroscopic features of Mn2+-doped Sodium Lead Alumino Borosilicate Glass System

    K. Vijaya Babu, Dr. Sandhya Cole

    Spectroscopic features of Mn2+-doped Sodium Lead

  • Using Bio-Adsorbents Elimination Of Methyl Orange Dye From Polluted Waters Y. Hanumantha Rao, N.Usha Rani

    Bio-adsorbents derived from plant materials of Aeschynomene aspera and Ficus religiosa have been probed for their surface sorption abilities towards Methyl Orange Dye using simulated waters. The physicochemical parameters such as pH, time of equilibration and sorbent concentrations.

    Using Bio-Adsorbents Elimination Of Methyl Orange Dye From Polluted Waters

    Y. Hanumantha Rao, N.Usha Rani

    Using Bio-Adsorbents Elimination Of Methyl Orange Dye

  • Commodity Derivatives Market - A Tool for Sustainable Risk Management Dr. O. A. R. Kishore, Dr. D. Srinivasa Rao

    The operation of financial markets determines the price of the product that is being dealt with. There are three broad sets of prices in a country such as interest rates, exchange rate, and prices of commodities. While the first two are relatively narrow in scope.

    Commodity Derivatives Market - A Tool for Sustainable Risk Management

    Dr. O. A. R. Kishore, Dr. D. Srinivasa Rao

    Commodity Derivatives Market- A Tool for Sustainable Risk

  • Studies on The Distribution Of Particulate Trace Metal Like Chromium in Visakhapatnam Harbor Waters, India V.V Ravindra, N. Bujji Babu

    Abstract: Industrialization and urbanization of Visakhapatnam plays a major role in polluting Visakhapatnam harbor waters. It is due to more amount of domestic sewage, industrial, agricultural effluents are polluting the harbor waters. It is very important to study the distribution of metals like cadmium and copper

    Studies on The Distribution Of Particulate Trace Metal Like Chromium in Visakhapatnam Harbor Waters, India

    V.V Ravindra, N. Bujji Babu

    Studies on The Distribution Of Particulate Trace

  • Single crystal X-ray diffraction signature, Hirshfeld surface analysis and global reactivity parameters of 3,5-dichloropyridin-4-amine P. Krishna Murthy, P.A. Suchetan, V. Pavan Kumar, K. Nageswara Rao, G.V. Ravi, M. Balaji, N. Usha Rani

    The title compound 3,5-dichloropyridin-4-amine (DCPA) was purchased from commercial source; single crystals were grown at room temperature by slow evaporation in methanol as solvent and solid state structure authenticated by spectroscopic signature like SCXRD technique.

    Single crystal X-ray diffraction signature, Hirshfeld surface analysis and global reactivity parameters of 3,5-dichloropyridin-4-amine

    P. Krishna Murthy, P.A. Suchetan, V. Pavan Kumar, K. Nageswara Rao, G.V. Ravi, M. Balaji, N. Usha Rani

    Single crystal X-ray diffraction signature

  • Sustainability an Apt Way to Development G. Ashok kumar, J. Sai Revanth

    Abstract: Sustainable development still an essential concept completely different from other aspects of environment. According to present status sustainability is necessary for all human systems. The world is introducing new topics called new economics, green economy, sustainable business.

    Sustainability an Apt Way to Development

    G. Ashok kumar, J. Sai Revanth

    Sustainability an Apt Way to Development

  • Allotropes of Inter-culturism Vis-à-vis Multi-culturism- An analytical perspective Dr. K. Ram Chandra

    This paper endeavours to identify and analyze the allotropes of Inter-culturism vis-à-vis Multi-culturism. Interculturalism endeavours to establish a support base for cross-cultural dialogue and challenges “self-segregating tendencies” within different cultures.

    Allotropes of Inter-culturism Vis-à-vis Multi-culturism- An analytical perspective

    Dr. K. Ram Chandra

    Allotropes of Inter-culturism Vis-à-vis

  • English Language Communication Skills for Engineering Students Dr. B. Neelambaram

    Abstract: Engineering students require a number of skills to maintain relevance with the global environment of the new millennium. Communication skills are a vital component of this, recognized by academia and industry alike. English language skills are also important given its widespread status across the globe as a lingua franca.

    English Language Communication Skills for Engineering Students

    Dr. B. Neelambaram

    English Language Communication Skills

  • English through Literature in the ESL/EFL Context M. Jayaranjan

    The main pursuit of this paper is to emphasize the view that the use of literature can help the learners to learn and understand the language in a better way. It is also believed that language does not operate in isolation, it requires situation to use it and literature provides.

    English through Literature in the ESL/EFL Context

    M. Jayaranjan

    English through Literature in the ESL/EFL Context

  • Function of Acquity in Comparative Cognition Mrs. A. Satya Phani Kumari, Mrs. T. Krishna Sree, Mrs. T. Preeti Rangamani, Dr. V. Sitamaha Lakshmi

    Human beings are gifted with many skills like thinking, inventing and improving. Their intriguing nature makes them different from other living beings. Their interest inspires them learning new things, different languages and novel experiments.

    Function of Acquity in Comparative Cognition

    Mrs. A. Satya Phani Kumari, Mrs. T. Krishna Sree, Mrs. T. Preeti Rangamani, Dr. V. Sitamaha Lakshmi

    Function of Acquity in Comparative Cognition

  • #g Closed sets in Bitopological Ordered Space V. Amarendra Babu, K. Bhagya Lakshmi

    Abstract: This paper is to launch an innovative category of sets called increasing tatb - #g-closed sets in topological ordered spaces and to analyze the properties of this set.

    #g Closed sets in Bitopological Ordered Space

    V. Amarendra Babu, K. Bhagya Lakshmi

    #g Closed sets in Bitopological Ordered Space

  • A Post Colonial Perspective of Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide KRISHNA. M., Dr. POLI REDDY

    The Hungry Tide (2004), one of the master pieces of Amitav Ghosh. It won the 2004 Hutch Crossword Book Award for fiction. This book narrates the story of Piya Roy, an Indo-American cetologist. Piya Roy visits Sundarbans in Bengal to study marine mammals – dolphins, whales, dugongs and so on. She happened to meet Fokir, the local fisherman who is willing to assist in her research

    A Post Colonial Perspective of Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide

    KRISHNA. M., Dr. POLI REDDY

    A Post Colonial Perspective of Amitav Ghosh's

  • Evolution of Modern Women in Manju Kapur's Novels Y. Kusuma Kumari

    Abstract: Manju Kapur's women protagonists are well educated, intelligent and talented and above all, career women. They are essentially feminist novels and they have educative value too. The general stress in her novels is on the enlightenment of women and their empowerment.

    Evolution of Modern Women in Manju Kapur's Novels

    Y. Kusuma Kumari

    Evolution of Modern Women in Manju Kapur's Novels

  • Model Order Reduction Using Hybrid Optimization Algorithm N.Vijaya Anand, A.Vamsi Krishna

    In this paper presents a model order reduction technique for the reduction of linear higher-order continuous systems. Optimization technique used in development of reduced model is a combination of particle swarm optimization and differential evolutionary algorithm by minimizing the integral square error (ISE).

    Model Order Reduction Using Hybrid Optimization Algorithm

    N.Vijaya Anand, A.Vamsi Krishna

    Model Order Reduction Using Hybrid Optimization

  • Implementation of A Wallace Tree Approach for Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Nodes on ZED board and Send that Aggregated Data to the Sink Dr. M. KAMARAJU, D. Ramya Krishna, T. Subhashini

    Abstract: A Wireless Sensor Network(WSN) is a combination of sensor nodes(motes) which are used to sense and process the physical and environmental conditions. The WSN collects the data from sensor nodes and send it to the sink. If every node in the WSN can communicate with the sink then it leads to more power consumption.

    Implementation of A Wallace Tree Approach for Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Nodes on ZED board and Send that Aggregated Data to the Sink through WSN Master Development Board(IOT)

    Dr. M. KAMARAJU, D. Ramya Krishna, T. Subhashini

    Implementation of A Wallace Tree Approach for Data

  • Teaching Language in Multicultural Contexts Dr. B. V. V. PADMAVATHI

    ABSTRACT - This paper aims to discuss challenges in teaching language in multi-cultural contexts. The language English is no longer (official/mother) of only so-called indigenous speakers of it (e.g. Americans, British, Australians, and so on) because the number of inhabitant speakers is already outwitted by non-native speakers of English.

    Teaching Language in Multicultural Contexts

    Dr. B. V. V. PADMAVATHI

    Teaching Language in Multicultural Contexts

  • ICT - A Tool for Professional Graduates to Enhance Speaking Skills: Case Study B. Waheeda Parveen, K. V. Divya

    Abstract - Technology has brought revolutionary changes in the present education system. With the advancement of Science and Technology, the new era of "Digital Age" demands for the professional communication. As the world is moving rapidly into digital media and information, various innovative technologies had been introduced to teach speaking skills with the usage of ICT

    ICT - A Tool for Professional Graduates to Enhance Speaking Skills: Case Study

    B. Waheeda Parveen, K. V. Divya

    ICT - A Tool for Professional Graduates to Enhance

  • Power Flow Studies with Facts Devices D. Ragaleela, EEEdept, Dr. S.Sivanaga Raju

    Abstract - The electric power industry is undergoing the most profound technical, economic and organizational changes since, its inception some one hundred years ago. In countries like India with fast growing demand of electric power it is difficult to extend the transmission system in time by either building new lines or by introduction of a new voltage level.

    Power Flow Studies with Facts Devices

    D. Ragaleela, EEEdept, Dr. S.Sivanaga Raju

    Power Flow Studies with Facts Devices

  • Validated Stability Indicating RP-HPLC Method for Determination of Lamivudine in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Formulations T N V S S Satyadev, Dr Madhu, Dr T V Reddy, V. Sailaja, G. Hephzibah

    Abstract - The determination of Lamivudine in dosage form was achieved by a validated stability indicating RP – HPLC method. The developed method was highly sensitive, precise and accurate. The Luna ( C18 250mmx4.6mm, 5μ particle size) column was used in isocratic mode with mobile phase of composition 0.1% OPA : Acetonitrile (30:70 v/v) at a flow rate of 1.0 mL/min with UV detection at 227 nm for Lamivudine.

    Validated Stability Indicating RP-HPLC Method for Determination of Lamivudine in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Formulations

    T N V S S Satyadev, Dr Madhu, Dr T V Reddy, V. Sailaja, G. Hephzibah

    Validated Stability Indicating RP-HPLC Method

  • Microwave assisted synthesis and anti-Inflammatory activity evaluation of Pyrazole derivatives Ch. Subramanyam, B. Sujatha, D. Ravi Kumar, C. Naga Raju

    Abstract. Microwave promoted easy, efficient and environment friendly procedure has been devised for the synthesis of a series of pyrazole derivatives in high yields by the reaction of chalcones with phenyl hydrazine hydrochloride under catalyst free, solvent free conditions. The newly synthesized compounds were characterized by NMR ( 1H and 13C), Mass, IR and C, H, N analyses.

    Microwave assisted synthesis and anti-Inflammatory activity evaluation of Pyrazole derivatives

    Ch. Subramanyam, B. Sujatha, D. Ravi Kumar, C. Naga Raju

    Microwave assisted synthesis and anti-Inflammatory

  • RP-HPLC Stability Indicating Assay Technique Development and Validation for the Simultaneous Evaluation of Fenpiverinium, Pitofenone Syed Ibrahim Baje, B.Jyothi, N.Madhavi

    Abstract: A tranquil, meticulous new approach has been developed for the simultaneous evaluation of the Fenpiverinium, Pitofenone and Diclofenac in bulk and tablet dosage form. Chromatography was carried out on an Discovery 250mm x 4.6 mm, 5m with a isocratic mobile phase composed of Ortho phosphoric acid and Acetonitrile (50:50A )at a flow rate of 1 mL/min.

    RP-HPLC Stability Indicating Assay Technique Development and Validation for the Simultaneous Evaluation of Fenpiverinium, Pitofenone and Diclofenac

    Syed Ibrahim Baje, B.Jyothi, N.Madhavi

    RP-HPLC Stability Indicating Assay Technique

  • Sustainable Method Development for the removal of Lead from polluted water by using bio-sorbents extracted from Senna Auriculata Dr. K. Jaya Prasanthi, Dr.Ch. Manikya Rao

    Abstract - Lead metal is used widely because of its mechanical properties like high density, low melting point, ductility, inertness and inexpensive. Half of the lead produced is used as electrodes in lead-acid car batteries. Lead is poisonous to human beings if inhaled or swallowed, lead is very poisonous. Senna auricculata plant has a long tradition of use in local medicine, with the leaves, flowers, seeds, roots, and bark all being utilized.

    Sustainable Method Development for the removal of Lead from polluted water by using bio-sorbents extracted from Senna Auriculata

    Dr. K. Jaya Prasanthi, Dr.Ch. Manikya Rao

    Sustainable Method Development for the removal of Lead

  • Microwave assisted greener approach to synthesize α-aminophosphonates under catalyst free and solvent-free condition and their bioactivity evaluation D. Ravikumar, Ch. Subramanyam, S. Mohan, K. Prasada Rao

    Abstract. Microwave promoted easy, efficient and environment friendly procedure has been devised for the synthesis of α-aminophosphonates in high yields through a one-pot three-component condensation (Kabachnik-Fields reaction) of the amine, substituted aldehydes and triethylphophite under catalyst free, solvent free conditions. The newly synthesized compounds were characterized by NMR (31P, 1H and 13C), Mass, IR and C, H, N analyses.

    Microwave assisted greener approach to synthesize α-aminophosphonates under catalyst free and solvent-free condition and their bioactivity evaluation

    D. Ravikumar, Ch. Subramanyam, S. Mohan, K. Prasada Rao

    Microwave assisted greener approach to synthesize

  • Innovations for 3R Technologies for Industrial Waste Management A. Sangeeta Sankhyayani, P. Revathi Prasanna, Dr. Brahmaji Rao, N. Chimpiraiah

    Abstract - Ongoing environmental innovation is the only way to reduce pressures on environmental qualities while maintaining income growth. A strict environmental policy can create the sense of urgency and strong incentives for environmental innovation.To meet the challenges of continuing growth without destroying the environment, smart city planning for sustainable development is crucial.

    Innovations for 3R Technologies for Industrial Waste Management

    A. Sangeeta Sankhyayani, P. Revathi Prasanna, Dr. Brahmaji Rao, N. Chimpiraiah

    Innovations for 3R Technologies for Industrial Waste

  • Language Games - A Better Method of Learning Vocabulary Pabbuleti Prasad

    Abstract - One of the main goals of second language learners is to know, use and expand their vocabulary knowledge. In order to make the students learn vocabulary interestingly, language teachers employ different methods in the classroom; one such innovative method is using language games. The aim of the research paper was to investigate whether language games could improve the knowledge of vocabulary compare with traditional method.

    Language Games - A Better Method of Learning Vocabulary

    Pabbuleti Prasad

    Language Games - A Better Method of Learning

  • Weakly - R0 Type Spaces On Pre-Semi Closed Sets In Topological Ordered Spaces Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, P. Rajasekhar

    Abstract: In this paper we define some new separation axioms of type Weakly-R0 spaces and we introduced weakly ps-i-R0, weakly ps-d-R0, weakly ps-b-R0 spaces for topological ordered spaces and we verify the relationship between these spaces to other spaces in topological ordered spaces. Keywords - weakly ps-i-R0, weakly ps-d-R0, weakly ps-b-R0 and topological ordered spaces.

    Weakly - R0 Type Spaces On Pre-Semi Closed Sets In Topological Ordered Spaces

    Dr. V. Amarendra Babu, P. Rajasekhar

    Weakly - R0 Type Spaces On Pre-Semi Closed Sets

  • Application of Algebra for Genetic Inheritance Dhanekula Naga Bhargavi, Dr. S. V. S. Girija

    Abstract: Medicine was once largely free of Mathematics. Genetics is riddled with Probability and Statics, Matrices and Linear Algebra. Here an attempt is made to explain how Linear Algebra can be applied to Genetics. It is the study of inheritance or the transmission of traits from one generation to next. we discuss simple Medelian inheritance, Non associativity of inheritance, gametic, Zygote algebras with genetic relations and Baric algebra.

    Application of Algebra for Genetic Inheritance

    Dhanekula Naga Bhargavi, Dr. S. V. S. Girija

    Application of Algebra for Genetic Inheritance

  • 2(1) - Prime Partial Ideals Of Partial Γ- Semirings Dr. M. Siva Mala, Dr. P. V. Srinivasa Rao

    Abstract: A partial Γ-semiring is a structure possessing an infinitary partial addition and a ternary multiplication, satisfying a set of identities. The partial functions under disjoint-domain sums and functional composition is a partial Γ-semiring. In this paper we introduce the notions of 2(1)-prime partial ideal and m2(m1)-system and obtained somerelations between them in partial Γ-semirings.

    2(1) - Prime Partial Ideals Of Partial Γ- Semirings

    Dr. M. Siva Mala, Dr. P. V. Srinivasa Rao

    2(1) - Prime Partial Ideals Of Partial Γ - Semirings

  • Using Bio-Adsorbents Elimination Of Methyl Orange Dye From Polluted Waters Y. Hanumantha Rao, N.Usha Rani

    Abstract - Bio-adsorbents derived from plant materials of Aeschynomene aspera and Ficus religiosa have been probed for their surface sorption abilities towards Methyl Orange Dye using simulated waters. The physicochemical parameters such as pH, time of equilibration and sorbent concentrations are optimized for the maximum removal of the Methyl Orange Dye. The extraction is found to be pH sensitive and the affinity of the sorbents.

    Using Bio-Adsorbents Elimination Of Methyl Orange Dye From Polluted Waters

    Y. Hanumantha Rao, N.Usha Rani

    Using Bio-Adsorbents Elimination Of Methyl Orange

  • Identity Perspective in Nayantara Sahgal's Fiction Sk. Mohammad Basha

    Abstract - The striking feature of the modern phase of Indo-Anglian novel is the contribution made by the women novelists. Though the women novelists of the early days, like Toru Dutt (Binaca or The Young Spanish Maiden, 1878) and Krupabai Sathinathan (Kamala: A Story of Hindu Wife, 1894) turned to romanticism, didacticism and sentimentalism which weakened their novels, the women novelists of the latter years offered convincing portraits.

    Identity Perspective in Nayantara Sahgal's Fiction

    Sk. Mohammad Basha

    Identity Perspective in Nayantara Sahgal's Fiction

  • Real Power Loss Reduction by Quantum Genetic Algorithm Dr. K. Lenin

    Abstract - In this paper, Quantum-based Genetic Algorithm (QGA) is proposed for solving optimal reactive power problem. Quantum computing has been evolved through merging the computer science and quantum mechanics. Proposed algorithm is based on the conception of quantum computing & quantum bits & superposition of states has been utilized. Quantum-based genetic algorithm has the properties of good convergence.

    Real Power Loss Reduction by Quantum Genetic Algorithm

    Dr. K. Lenin

    Real Power Loss Reduction by Quantum Genetic

  • Identification of Methyl Parathion Pesticide residues in different Fish species of Mangalore (Karnataka) region R. S. Ch. Phani, K. R. S. Prasad, Useni Reddy Mallu

    Abstract - Mangalore is a port city in Karnataka state, India. It is located between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats mountain range. The longitude and latitudes of Mangalore are 12°50′23″N 74°47′24″E. The use of pesticides for agricultural purposes is widespread in the Mangalore costal area. The biological indicators like fish help in the studies of aquatic pollution by pesticides. Fish species Catla, Common carp, Mrigal and Rohu were collected from Mangalore.

    Identification of Methyl Parathion Pesticide residues in different Fish species of Mangalore (Karnataka) region

    R. S. Ch. Phani, K. R. S. Prasad, Useni Reddy Mallu

    Identification of Methyl Parathion Pesticide residues

  • Development and Validation of a Liquid Chromatography Coupled with Atmospheric-Pressure Chemical Ionization Orbitrap Mass Spectrometric Method Talari Kalpana, Dr. T. Raja Rajeswari

    Abstract - A sensitive method has been developed and validated for the simultaneous determination of Hydrocortisone, Cortisone and Corticosterone in human serum using Triethyl Phosphate as an internal standard (IS). After Hydrocortisone, Cortisone and Corticosteronein human serum were extracted with ethyl acetate, the extracts were separated on an XDB C18 column (30 mm × 2.1-mm i.d., 3 μm) using a mobile phase of acetic acid/ammonium acetate.

    Development and Validation of a Liquid Chromatography Coupled with Atmospheric-Pressure Chemical Ionization Orbitrap Mass Spectrometric Method for Simultaneous Determination of Hydrocortisone, Cortisone, Corticosterone

    Talari Kalpana, Dr. T. Raja Rajeswari

    Development and Validation of a Liquid Chromatography

  • Environmental Impact Assessment-A Methodological Approach S. Lakshmi Tulasi, Dr. A.V.V.S.Swamy, P.Pavani

    Abstract - Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a key aspect of many large scale industrial applications. It is a method helps to analyze the potential environmental impacts of major developmental projects. Un fortunately both the process and the outcome of EIA can be difficult and confusing leaving local communities unsure as to how a development might affect them. This guide is intended as a broad introduction to the Environmental Impact Assessment.

    Environmental Impact Assessment-A Methodological Approach

    S. Lakshmi Tulasi, Dr. A.V.V.S.Swamy, P.Pavani

    Environmental Impact Assessment-A Methodological

  • Language and Culture in Kanyasulkam Dr. G. Srilatha

    Abstract - Gurazada Appa Rao (1862-1915) was one of the pioneers of Indian theatre. He hails from Rayavaram village of Vishakapatnam. His love for drama emerged right from his childhood days. He was inspired by open air dramas, shadow plays, and fell in love with drama that culminated into the most famous play Kanyasulkam. The play was first performed by the “Jagannadha Vilasini Sabha” of Vizianagaram in 1892.

    Language and Culture in Kanyasulkam

    Dr. G. Srilatha

    Language and Culture in Kanyasulkam

  • Visualization of 3600 View of a Customer opinions using Tableau M. Sundarababu, T. D. Ravi Kiran

    Abstract Information is all around. Truth be told, the measure of advanced information that exists is developing at a quick rate—actually, in excess of 2.7 zetta bytes of information exist in the present computerized universe, and that is anticipated to develop to 180 zetta bytes in 2025. This information—from your photographs to the Fortune 500's financials—has just as of late been broke down to coax out experiences that can enable associations to enhance their business.

    Visualization of 3600 View of a Customer opinions using Tableau

    M. Sundarababu, T. D. Ravi Kiran

    Visualization of 3600 View of a Customer opinions

  • Coupled Fixed Points For Jungck Type Maps With Rational Contraction On Dislocated Quasi B-Metric Spaces K. P. R. Rao, E. Taraka Ramudu

    Abstract. In this paper, we prove a unique common coupled fixed point theorem for Jungck type maps satisfying certain rational contraction condition in dislocated quasi b-metric space and also we provide an example to illustrate our theorem. We also obtain some recent results as corollaries. Keywords: Dislocated quasi b-metric spaces, compatible maps, coupled fixed points, point of coincidence.

    Coupled Fixed Points For Jungck Type Maps With Rational Contraction On Dislocated Quasi B-Metric Spaces

    K. P. R. Rao, E. Taraka Ramudu

    Coupled Fixed Points For Jungck Type Maps

  • Sperm Movement Algorithm for Solving Optimal Reactive Power Dispatch Problem Dr. K. Lenin

    Abstract Sperm Movement (SM) algorithm has been proposed in this paper for solving the multi-objective optimal reactive power dispatch problem. Sperm Movement (SM) algorithm is inspired by movement of the sperm, fertilization process in human and it replicated to solve the problem. There are some standard regulations during the exploration progression. (a) All sperms are fascinated towards the ovum as the species chemo attractant.

    Sperm Movement Algorithm for Solving Optimal Reactive Power Dispatch Problem

    Dr. K. Lenin

    Sperm Movement Algorithm for Solving Optimal Reactive

  • Socio - Political Upheavals during Sixties and Early Seventies in India in Rohinton Mistry’s Such a Long Journey Joseph Mayakuntla

    Abstract - Rohinton Mistry is a siginificant writer in contemporary common wealth literature. He has emerged as a formidable writer on the world literary scene. His three novels Such A Long Journey , A Fine Balance and Family Matters reflects the deep rooted angst trauma and struggle of post-independence middle class India. His novels explore the social and political conditions of India.

    Socio - Political Upheavals during Sixties and Early Seventies in India in Rohinton Mistry’s Such a Long Journey

    Joseph Mayakuntla

    Socio - Political Upheavals during Sixties

  • Role of synthesis and characterization Techniques of nanostructures for the development of nano technology and sustainable environment G. Sri Devi, Sandhya Cole

    Abstract - Nowadays Nanoscience and Nanotechnology play an important role to increase The efficiency of energy storage devices due to their size-dependent properties. Materials with nanometer size of small dimensions can exhibit high chemical, electrical, optical, mechanical thermal properties. Synthesis of nanoparticles with various techniques plays the key role to control The morphology, size, structure of nanoparticles to produce different nanostructures.

    Role of synthesis and characterization Techniques of nanostructures for the development of nano technology and sustainable environment

    G. Sri Devi, Sandhya Cole

    Role of synthesis and characterization Techniques

  • Goals and Different Types of Security Attacks in Networks Dr. K. Kiran Kumar, N. Anusha, B. Anusha

    Abstract - The Computer network innovation is growing quickly, and the advancement of web innovation is all the more rapidly, individuals more mindful of the significance of the system security. System security is principle issue of figuring on the grounds that numerous kinds of assaults are expanding step by step. In versatile specially appointed system the hubs are autonomous. Ensuring PC and system security are basic issues.

    Goals and Different Types of Security Attacks in Networks

    Dr. K. Kiran Kumar, N. Anusha, B. Anusha

    Goals and Different Types of Security Attacks

  • Forecasting of Deliberate Learners in Education Field using Data Mining Techniques G.Venugopal, T. D. Ravi kiran

    Abstract - Forecasting a deliberate learner in the field of education is not a simple task. This paper focus on identifying the deliberate learners among students community and displaying it by a foretelling data-mining model using classification-based algorithms. The dataset of understudy scholarly records is tried and different arrangement calculations connected, for example, Naïve Bayes, J48 utilizing R, an Open source tool.

    Forecasting of Deliberate Learners in Education Field using Data Mining Techniques

    G.Venugopal, T. D. Ravi kiran

    Forecasting of Deliberate Learners in Education Field

  • Solar Based Electrical Vehicle System M. V. Ramesh, B. Mohan, M. Seshu

    Abstract: With an increasing concerns on our environment, there is a fast growing interest in Electric Vehicle for all stakeholders and the development of electric vehicle technology has taken on an accelerated pace. The design and construction of Electric Vehicle is a pressing need for researchers to develop advanced electric vehicle system. In this paper, an overview for the fabrication of Electric Vehicle is presented.

    Solar Based Electrical Vehicle System

    M. V. Ramesh, B. Mohan, M. Seshu

    Solar Based Electrical Vehicle System

  • Social and Economic status of inborn ladies in India - The difficulties and the Road Ahead Dr. J. Naga Madhuri

    Abstract- This paper tries to take a gander at examples of social avoidance in the domain of work from the point of view of the working poor, particularly ladies, in India. The point is to recognize diverse procedures of social avoidance, instead of to evaluate their causes or measure their effect. Joblessness as such, the paper centers around the idea of business openings related with globalization: eminently

    the terms of consideration and the boundaries to incorporation in worldwide generation frameworks; and the types of rejection from residential creation frameworks related with expanded imports and different measurements of exchange advancement. It is trusted that the paper will add to on-going endeavors to broaden and change the idea of social avoidance to fit the truth of the creating scene.

    Social and Economic status of inborn ladies in India – The difficulties and the Road Ahead

    Dr. J. Naga Madhuri

    Social and Economic status of inborn ladies

  • Marriage as Financial Contract in Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice Dr. Vidyadhar, M. Anusha

    Abstract: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a novel which depicts the status of 19th century women’s position and how marriage is considered a chance as well as a monetary affair in the upper class society..

    Money is given priority rather than love, security rather than compatibility, where marriage ends up disastrous. The novel tries to label love as an amalgamation of affluence and charisma which is a common feature in all eras. The autonomy of woman is also defined in terms of excessive individuality to fulfill her aspirations.

    Key words: women position, 19th century, Money, love, attractiveness, aspirations.

    Marriage as Financial Contract in Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice

    Dr. Vidyadhar, M. Anusha

    Dr. Vidyadhar, M. Anusha

  • Dialectics of culture in contemporary Indian Prose - Fiction in Engilsh : A study of selected works of Chetan Bhagat Dr. A.V. Rajya Lakshmi

    Abstract: This thesis tries to discuss the concept of cultural dialectics of India and its portrayal through the delineation of the various characters, with reference to his four novels namely "2 States: The Story of My Marriage" and "Revolution 2020". One Night @Call Center, Half-Girl Friend and some of his prose lectures. The thesis is divided into six chapters.

    Dialectics of culture in contemporary Indian Prose - Fiction in Engilsh : A study of selected works of Chetan Bhagat

    Dr. A.V. Rajya Lakshmi

    Dialectics of culture in contemporary Indian Prose

  • Treatment of Marriage in House of cards by Sudha Murthy R.V.Naga Lakshmi

    "Marriage is nature's law for protection not only on the physical, but also on the mental and spiritual planes. Unless married couple keep in mind the true high purpose of marriage they may never enjoy a really happy life together", says Sri ParamahamsaYogananda. This is best represented in the novel House of Cards by Sudha Murthy, Indian Woman Writer in English.

    Treatment of Marriage in House of cards by Sudha Murthy

    R.V.Naga Lakshmi

    Treatment of Marriage in House of cards by Sudha Murthy

  • English Language: An Inevitable Tool in the Global Professional World Dr. Alapati Purnachandra Rao

    Recent developments in the world, such as globalization, have emphasized the need to increase understanding and to improve communication skills in English among worldly nations. The professional profile of a modern qualified student and businessman should possess well-developed communication skills and high English language proficiency to reach the desired destination in the technologically advanced global situation.

    English Language: An Inevitable Tool in the Global Professional World

    Dr. Alapati Purnachandra Rao

    English Language: An Inevitable Tool

  • Souring dreams (Some post-Independence problems in former colonies: a statement and an example) K. Santhakumari

    Abstract- One of the novels written by the Nobel Prize winning Doris Lessing, The Sweetest Dream (Flamingo Paperback, 2001), presents the post-independence situation in a fictionalized African country as one of its themes. Many African countries were under colonial domination of European powers. Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Kenya were some of the British occupied- African countries, like India, Ceylon and other South Asian countries

    All of them experienced exploitation of one kind or the other. We in India have noticed the impact of colonization on our economy and culture, and on our country’s heritage, in general. The situation in the African countries had been more acute than in India. As the novels of Chinua Achebe testify, there had been a total or near-total deculturization of their native cultures and their near-total westernization.

    Souring dreams (Some post-Independence problems in former colonies: a statement and an example)

    K. Santhakumari

    Souring dreams (Some post-Independence problems)

  • Ideological Relevance in The Writings of Tagore to The Contemporary Indian Society M. Rudrama Devi, Sk. Rehena

    Abstract: "Change is the law of life," says Oscar Wilde. But, the change should always be towards the positive. It should be for the betterment of the human Individual and the elevation of human society. Globalization has resulted in an enormous change not only in the living standards of people but also in their thought process.

    In view of changing situations, the present paper is an essay to compare the hopes, aspirations, and dreams of the Nobel play wright Rabindranath Tagore with the conditions existing in the contemporary society. Emphasis is on the need to safeguard the character which is the only potent of nobility.

    Keywords: Change, contemporary society, globalization, character, aspirations.

    Ideological Relevance in The Writings of Tagore to The Contemporary Indian Society

    M. Rudrama Devi, Sk. Rehena

    M. Rudrama Devi, Sk. Rehena

  • Detection Of White Blood Cells Nuclei Using Automatic Segmentation Chesti Altaff Hussain, T. Sushma, P. Suma Varsha, M. RC. Manidepu

    Abstract- In clinical and laboratory tests white blood cell recognition and also classification of leukocytes into various distinct subtypes is very important and useful. In most of the cases the nucleus features are more adequate to identify the type of the cell, the traditional morphology test to look at the cell under the microscope done by a hematology expert is a time consuming and tedious job

    beside this to do the test the medical instrument which is used are very expensive and costly and this may not be exist in all the hospitals and clinics. The main aim of this research is to use image processing techniques in order to automate the process of detection of white blood cells and classification of leukocytes.The inspection procedure of blood smear get much easier, simpler and faster and also the amount of data can be analyzed

    Detection Of White Blood Cells Nuclei Using Automatic Segmentation

    Chesti Altaff Hussain, T. Sushma, P. Suma Varsha, M. RC. Manidepu

    Detection Of White Blood Cells Nuclei Using Automatic

  • Prediction of Kidney Diseases Using Multiple Linear Regression Algorithm D Ratnam, K. Jeevana Shruti, S. N. Ramiya, P. Srikanth, T. D. Sravanth

    Abstract: Nowadays, Kidney Disease has increasingly become a major issue of concern. It is the eighth largest killer disease in India according to recent surveys. Early and precise prediction of any Kidney Disease progression over time is necessary for reducing its treatment cost and mortality rates. Early recognition of patients at amplified hazard of embryonic disease can steer intervention to leisurely syndrome succession.

    begin a suitable referral to appropriate kidney care forces, and support targeting of care possessions. The present study proposes the use of multiple linear regression models for predicting the renal failure time frame of disease based on real clinical data. Treatments can help prolong life by reducing the rate at which the disease is developing in the body. Kidney disease reaches its end stage when the functionality of the kidney is almost lost

    People with kidney failure experience several ill effects like vomiting, fatigue, confusion, and loss of appetite. It can be diagnosed by various tests. Keywords - Kidney disease, Data mining, Multiple Linear Regression, Prediction.

    Prediction of Kidney Diseases Using Multiple Linear Regression Algorithm

    D Ratnam, K. Jeevana Shruti, S. N. Ramiya, P. Srikanth, T. D. Sravanth

    D Ratnam, K. Jeevana Shruti, S. N. Ramiya, P. Srikanth

  • A Study on Length-Weight Relationship and Condition Factor of Freshwater Murrel, Channa punctatus Dr. K. Lakshmi, D. Uma, E. Jayasri

    Abstract - The present study was aimed to describe the length – weight relationship and condition factor of Channa punctatus from Budameru channel, Vijayawada. 50 fishes of different lengths ranging from 6-18 cm were collected for the present work. A correlation value of 0.731 was observed, which implies a high degree of correlation exists between the length and weight of the fishes.

    The parabolic regression was found to be W = 0.0331L2.873, while the regression equation was Log W=52.17+4.720 logL. It was observed that the cube law was deviated and with increasing length the condition factor (K) also was found to be decreasing continuously. This indicates the response shown by the fish to the changing environmental conditions of selected water body. The study of fishery biology demands the knowledge of length and weight relationship.

    Lecren (1951) explained in it with two objectives-- a mathematical model may be described between the two parameters -- length and weight, so that one parameter may be derived from the other (Beverton and Holt 1957; Wooton 1990), the second objective is the deviation from the expected weight for length of a single fish or a group of fishes can be taken as a sign of fat ness or the extent of health condition of a fish which may be computed.

    A Study on Length-Weight Relationship and Condition Factor of Freshwater Murrel, Channa punctatus

    Dr. K. Lakshmi, D. Uma, E. Jayasri

    Dr. K. Lakshmi, D. Uma, E. Jayasri

  • Comparison of The Replacement of Natural Sand by Copper Slag on The Properties of Concrete (M30 & M40) J. Ushakranti, K. Srinivasu, A. Nagasai

    Abstract: Sustained population growth and rapid industrialization have led to an increase in housing demand. Due to the environmental impact, the use of natural sand for concrete production is limited. The scarcity of mortar and concrete for the production of fine aggregates has been determined due to the partial replacement of gravel with copper slag. This paper reports some experimental studies on the effect of copper slag partially replacing sand on concrete performance.

    In this paper, an experimental work was carried out to investigate the effect of copper slag as a fine aggregate on the properties of concrete. For this work, copper slag is a byproduct of copper production, which contains large amounts of iron oxide and silicate and is chemically stable. In this study, an experimental work was carried out on M30 and M40 concrete for the entire study. Several concrete made from fine aggregate were treated with 0 to 100% (0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 80%, and 100%).

    On hardened concrete, mechanical properties such as compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength are determined. An evaluation of the water absorption test was also carried out. In addition, non-destructive testing (NDT) methods such as Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity (UPV) and Digital Schmitt Rebound Hammer (RH) testing were identified. Based on the test results, mechanical properties and non-destructive testing techniques.

    Comparison of The Replacement of Natural Sand by Copper Slag on The Properties of Concrete (M30 & M40)

    J. Ushakranti, K. Srinivasu, A. Nagasai

    J. Ushakranti, K. Srinivasu, A. Nagasai

  • Fractional Order PID Controllers Applications - Some Case Studies A. Sandhya

    Abstract - In this paper we discussed some principle definitions on fractional order integration and differentiation. The proportional- integral derivative controllers (PID) are most widely used in the application of process control due to its simple structure and easy implementation.

    However Fractional order PID (FOPID) controllers are generalization of the Integer order (IO) PID controllers. Here we introduced the different types of the FOPID controllers and presented some of its applications and case studies and performed a comparative study of integer and fractional order PID controllers for best outcomes.

    Key words: Fractional order calculus, Fractional Order Controllers, PID controller.

    Fractional Order PID Controllers Applications - Some Case Studies

    A. Sandhya

    A. Sandhya