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It is presented a unique approximate computing approach for implementing energy-efficient multiply-accumulate (MAC) processing. We use different approximate multipliers in an interleaved manner to mitigate mistakes in the opposite direction during accumulate operations, in contrast to previous efforts that suffer from error accumulation restricting the approximation range.
Topics: Approximate Computing, Convolutional Neural Network, Image Processing, Low-Power Circuit Design,...
In the month of March 2020, the sudden, unprecedented outbreak of the COVID‐19 forced colleges to close down all on-campus academic activities. In order to keep the process of learning going, English language teachers had to initiate online teaching using Applications like Microsoft Teams, Google Classrooms, WebEx, Zoom, YouTube Live etc. This paper focuses on online education ventures taken up by the ESL teachers of Government First Grade Colleges of Karnataka State. A few instructional...
Topics: ESL (English as Second Language), ICT (Information and Communication Technology), Learning Outcome,...
The Shodhganga is a digital archive of electronic theses for Indian universities, set up by the UGC under the INFLIBNET centre. Presently, 54 central universities are listed on the UGC website, out of which 41 have signed MoUs with INFLIBNET to contribute their research on Shodhganga. Only 26 central universities in India are contributing Ph.D. theses of Hindi literature to the Shodhganga repository. A thesis is a very important data set that emerges from higher education institutions' research...
Topics: Shodhganga, Central University, Thesis, Hindi literature, Repository
This paper proposes the reform content and implementation measures of the creative thinking and practical ability training course in Geomorphology based on an examination of the idea of creative thinking and the existing challenges in the current teaching process. The four teaching strategies of emotional communication, case study, in-class discussion, and literary translation are used to achieve the purpose of curriculum reform. The concepts of human-centered education, thinking innovation,...
Topics: Creative Thinking, Practical Ability, Education Goal, Geomorphology
The Igbo traditional socio-political system is a well-organised structure that enhances cordial co-existence through the upholding of the cultural norms and values peculiar to each Igbo autonomous community. Sub-structures are particularly used within the Igbo socio-political system to ensure proper functioning of the society. One of such sub-structures is the umunna, which is patrilineal. This structure is fundamental to the administration of the traditional Igbo society. However, in recent...
Topics: Attitude, Digital Generation, Igboland, Socio-Political Structure, Umunna, Value System
The burden for mental health disorder in Nigeria is high with limited access to available and affordable mental health services, many cases of mental health disorder are being managed by psychiatrists (mainly consultants, residents and general physicians), nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, auxiliary staff on mental health, religious clerics and traditional care attendants leading to diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with mental health disorders (G.M. Khalid et...
Topics: Social Media Campaigns, Mental Health, Mental Health Disorder, Knowledge, Attitude and Practice
Internet is the new way of learning. It helps students to know unknown things. It also helps in self-learning. The main aim of this study is to identify the use of the internet in education due to gender and the medium of instruction. In this study, 400 students participated. By using a multiple case study carried out in situ, the research team has gathered information from the teaching staff entrusted with the process of incorporating the Internet into the educational program at each school....
Topics: Internet, Education, Gender, Medium of Instruction
It is said that literature is the reflection of life and the society that surrounds human life. Dalit literature is a genre which represents issues like humiliation, exploitation, marginalization and retaliation of a community commonly known as Dalits in Indian society. The powerful portrayal and expressions of the sufferings of the community bring revolutionary changes in the caste dominated Indian society. In this way dalit literature has become a powerful weapon to express their pain and...
Topics: Identity Crisis, Discrimination, Dalit perspective, Self- assertion, Autobiography
Education is the foundation for the development and progress of an individual and society. Although ICT based education is not a new concept for the Indian Education system, Open Educational Resources (OERs) present an underused concept for improving student access to learning in all educational contexts. This paper aims to create awareness about Open Educational Resources (OERs) by focusing on need of Open Educational Resources (OERs) specially for Indian school teachers and how can teachers...
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The woman in the Arab society resorted to various means of demonstration as an expression of her rejection of her reality, demanding access to her rights. Although she has made many gains in the daily life battles in the cultural, practical, and political spheres, and despite holding political and social offices, that hasn't completely changed the image of oppression and injustice that she still feels, as a woman, in particular the oriental one, continued to feel less free under the social...
Topics: Feminist Literature, Literature of the Question, Monologue, Narration, Poetic Language,...
The main aim of this study is to find out the significance difference between writing skills in English of certain democratic variables. Writing skill provides support to prospective teachers with new learning ways and practices. Normative Survey method was adopted in this study. The sample consists of 300 prospective teachers in Thoothukudi area. Simple random sampling technique was used. Self made writing skill scale was used to collect the data. The statistical techniques used was percentage...
Topics: Writing Skills, Prospective Teachers.
Ageing has been defined as the total constellation of social, biological and psychological changes that occur in last stage of life. Ageing of the population is one of the most important demographic factors that have emerged in the 21st Century. Old age is the closing period of the life span. It is a period when people ‘move away’ from previous more desirable periods or times of ‘usefulness’. Old age homes are a boon to those who do not enjoy the support of their children or have nobody...
Topics: Inmates, Old age Homes, Living Conditions, Nature of Home, etc
The development of management accounting in public medical institutions in parallel with accounting is a requirement of the time. Currently, the development of the medical sector, the increase in the number of medical services provided to the population, in turn, leads to an expansion of the needs and requirements of the heads of institutions for information.Today, it is also important to determine the targeted use of budgetary and extra-budgetary funds by public medical institutions, to...
Topics: Management Accounting, Accounting, Budgeting, Public Medical Institutions, Analysis, Accounting...
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The article presented by us includes the most important principles and applications of nano-biotechnology to some related fields, since nano-biotechnology is related to the rest of the disciplines that we live in our daily lives at the present time. In what we will mention in our current article, we rely on the results reached by researchers following extensive experimental studies that have already been applied through arriving at new theories, ideas and opinions that we can develop by relying...
Topic: Nano-Biotechnology
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E Voting is mostly observed as a special technique so that the voting system gets improved, also at the same time mutual trust be maintained between everyone. True functioning of online voting will prosper the security at various levels of the ballot, processing result speed and process of voting become easier. Sometimes, the challenges are considerable. If their is lack of planning and designing, it help to regain faith in entire system. This content guides us to all the issues which can cause...
Topics: E-Voting, Camera Access, One Time Password (OTP)
The vaticination of groundwater position is important for the use and operation of groundwater coffers. In this paper, the artificial neural networks (ANN) were used to prognosticate groundwater position in the mohanlalganj of lucknow in India. The first step was an bus-correlation analysis of the groundwater position which showed that the yearly groundwater position was time dependent. An bus- retrogression type ANN (ARANN) model and a retrogression- busretrogression type ANN (RARANN) model...
Topics: Groundwater, Ground Water Monitoring
Numerous studies have found that among quarantined children during the current COVID-19 pandemic, psychological difficulties such as nervousness, unhappiness, touchiness, mood swings, daydreaming, and sleep trouble are impartially common. Anorderly evaluation of these journals is needed to afford an accurate problem of these psychiatric/behavioural problems for well-being authorities to plan justifying actions.````````````
Topics: COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, Behavioural Difficulties, Child Psychology, Neuropsychiatric
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The advancement of ICT and internet although revolutionized the world, but at the same time created a gap between people; One having access to internet and digital devices and one having not. This division which is commonly referred to as digital divide is seen in countries all over the world. India too is facing such a division with varying dimensions like, between men and women, young and old, rich and poor, rural and urban, region to region etc. The present paper is mainly focused on digital...
Topics: ICT, Digital Divide, Dimensions, Teledensity, Make in India
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The advancement of ICT and internet although revolutionized the world, but at the same time created a gap between people; One having access to internet and digital devices and one having not. This division which is commonly referred to as digital divide is seen in countries all over the world. India too is facing such a division with varying dimensions like, between men and women, young and old, rich and poor, rural and urban, region to region etc. The present paper is mainly focused on digital...
Topics: KEYWORDS: ICT, Digital Divide, Dimensions, Teledensity, Make in India
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How do English and Arabic languages express the concept of Doubt and Certainty? What are the similarities and differences between them? How is the concept of Doubt and Certainty expressed in “The Great Gatsby” by F. S. Fitzgerald? How is the concept of Doubt and Certainty expressed in “Children of the Alley “by Naguib Mahfouz?
Topics: Doubt, Certainty, Modality, Verbs of Sense, Heart Verbs
Since ancient times, man has dealt with the financial transactions that people conduct according to their daily transactions by negotiating or concluding contracts, as these transactions and behaviors were subject to customary rules and rules, people used to be guided by them and deal with work according to them
Topics: OVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, Behavioural Difficulties, Child Psychology, Neuropsychiatric
This study was conducted to know how the emotional marketing strategies were impact on consumer buying behavior. This paper also aims to assess the most influential advertising appeal that impacts the buying decisions of the consumers. This is descriptive oriented study; the survey conducted based on questionnaires using a sample size of 60 respondents and their response to different appeals like happy, sad, inspiring, surprise were recorded. Secondary
Topics: Emotions, Advertisement, Consumer, Products, Post Purchase Behaviuor
This study demonstrates the shift in accounting viewpoints in the current market conditions for organizations operating in worldwide marketplaces in a dynamic market. External factors (company scandals, financial crises, etc.) must be considered for the development of accounting as a profession. The importance of proving accounting’s scientific basis is emphasised. Accounting notions regarding data networks with deep learning increasingly replacing accounting are rejected. As a result, the...
Topic: Accountancy Science
The technological advancement is growing rapidly in the contemporary era of digitalization or industrialization. It has brought multiple revolutionary changes which has significant implications for mankind. Social media marketing is one of the most significant inventions of digitalization. It is achieving the attention of researchers in multiple perspectives. So, the present study aims to assess the role of the social media influencer in product advertising and accounting. In the current...
Topics: Social Media, Prices, Product Marketing, Social Media Influencer
Various studies have examined the interregional disparities for the Indian regions from different perspectives and for time zones. Sectoral composition of output and rate of growth of sectors for states play a major role in deciding the extent of convergence/divergence. Following to the foreign exchange crisis of 1991, India adopted the LPG Policy of 1991 where the Indian economy opened up and liberated itself from various private & international restrictions. Recently, in 2016 our economy...
Topic: Regional Divergence in India
National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) is a poverty alleviation project implemented by Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. This plan is focused on promoting self-employment and organization of rural poor. Karnataka State Rural Livelihood Mission was inaugurated formally on 2nd December 2011. Sanjeevini works with the clear objective of rural poverty reduction it is a community driven and process-oriented programme
Topics: NRLM/ Sanjeecini, Rural Women, Livelihood, SHGs
The present study throws light on trends and pattern of food grains production in India. In this study I have taken into consideration the production of some the main Rabi and Kharif crops namely Rice, Wheat, Jowar, Bajra, Maize, Ragi, Barley and Gram of sixteen agriculturally rich states of India. Also the climatic conditions of growth of these crops are discussed in this paper
Topic: Food Grains Production
Microteaching is practiced by preservice teachers before going to school internship. Here, teaching skills are acquired in simulated conditions be teaching a concept to their peer group. The present study is conducted to understand the satisfaction levels during microteaching
Topics: Microteaching, Feedback, Preservice Teachers, Satisfaction Levels
There is great controversy with the closure time of Bangong Lake-Nujiang Tethys Oceanfor a long time. A detailed petrological, geochemical and zircon U-Pb dating of the Tuanjiedaban intermediate acid intrusive rocks in Western Qiangtang Basin have been undertaken in this paper. The results show that the samples of the Tuanjiedaban intermediate acid intrusive rocks are characterized by high silicon (SiO2 is 57.56% -72.35%), rich alkali (K2O + Na2O contents of 5.43% -10.41%), and peraluminous (A...
Topic: Zircon U-Pb Age Tectonic Environment Tuandaban Rock Mass Bangonghu Nujiang Junction Zone
With the rapid development of socialist economy, there are many financial payment tools in our life, such as various credit cards issued by financial institutions. Although its emergence has brought us a lot of convenience, but at the same time there are certain disadvantages. In recent years, the crime of credit card swindler is increasing year by year. In view of whether there is a fraud in the credit card, this paper uses SMOTE algorithm to balance the unbalanced data. Again using Logistic...
Topic: Credit Card Fraud
There is great controversy with the closure time of Bangong Lake-Nujiang Tethys Oceanfor a long time. A detailed petrological, geochemical and zircon U-Pb dating of the Tuanjiedaban intermediate acid intrusive rocks in Western Qiangtang Basin have been undertaken in this paper. The results show that the samples of the Tuanjiedaban intermediate acid intrusive rocks are characterized by high silicon (SiO2 is 57.56% -72.35%), rich alkali (K2O + Na2O contents of 5.43% -10.41%), and peraluminous (A...
Topic: Zircon U-Pb Age Tectonic Environment Tuandaban Rock Mass Bangonghu Nujiang Junction Zone
With the rapid development of socialist economy, there are many financial payment tools in our life, such as various credit cards issued by financial institutions. Although its emergence has brought us a lot of convenience, but at the same time there are certain disadvantages. In recent years, the crime of credit card swindler is increasing year by year. In view of whether there is a fraud in the credit card, this paper uses SMOTE algorithm to balance the unbalanced data.
Topic: Credit Card Fraud
The purpose of this article, which consists of several elements, their characteristics, type, and applications, as well as what these important titles are related to, is a detailed clarification of each of these mentioned elements, which makes there a clear picture of the mechanism that should be used in the use of orthodontics, which is considered One of the means of treatment for a specific condition that the teeth to be treated are exposed to.
Topic: Orthodontic
Feminism is an intellectual, political and ideological movement that aims principally, no matter its type, to fight male dominance, exploitation and oppression of woman so as to better her condition in the society and promote her liberation. This struggle for women liberation has been a dominant theme in many literary works including Lola Shoneyin’s novel titled The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives. Our present study sought to address such research questions as: What factors of oppression...
Topics: Feminism, Male Dominance, Oppression, Women Liberation, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives,...
Public listed agencies typically civilize funds beyond the people as shareholders in accordance with expand prosperity gain. The owners along controlling right work namely retailers regarding part of depression shareholders in accordance with amplify yoke fellow gain then Operational Profitability (OP). Many studies found Corporate Real Estate (CRE) achievement can bear influence on the appearance gain because investor then operation. The trouble in the back of CRE acquirement is observed in...
Topic: Corporate Real Estate
This study examined the growth rate of Big Data research literature over the period 2001 to 2020. Data were extracted from WoS and Scopus Databases and merged with Bibliometrics, R programming. Collected data further refined and remove duplicate records and finally analyzed a total of 19667 research papers. This study aims to determine various scientometric indicators, including the year-wise distribution of records, annual growth rate, compound annual growth rate, authorship pattern, etc.,...
Topics: Scientometrics, Big Data, Bibliometrix, Authorship Pattern
The paper describes key cases in the way Partition has been represented in the history of India and Pakistan. It more specifically examines how alternative silent voices have been become more visible from the view of the women victims of the horrifying scenes of Partition.
Topic: Partition
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The foundation of the Indian democratic government is its Constitutional Law. The constitutional law is the groundwork on which the civil liberties, obligation and responsibilities of each individual lies, whether they are the people or representatives of the peoples. The Supreme Courts uses these constitutional provisions to safeguards the rights of the citizen , it’s a sword in the hands to Supreme Court to be used against the sovereign, when it intrudes with the rights and authorizes...
Topics: Constitutional Morality, Indian Constitution, Constitutionalism, Judicial Activism
The purpose of this research is to investigate the influence of parents Grade 11 and Grade 12 Students to the latter’s academic success. The study used descriptive quantitative survey research design. There are respondents involved are 30 students, 10 teachers, and 30 parents
Topics: Academic Achievement, Parent, Student, Education Level, Education
Food is indispensable for man’s survival. Agriculture ensures a steady production and supply of food. Food is not the only thing ensured by agriculture though. Food surplus also played a major role in urbanisation. Rural centres gave way to urban cities because of surplus food production.
Topics: Urbanisation, Crop Sustainability, Agricultural Production
A patent airway is one of the important factors for the normal growth of the cranio facial structures 1. Nasorespiratory function and its relation to cranio facial growth is of great interest, not only for the ortho dentist but for paediatricians, otorhinolaryngologists, speech pathologists and other members of healthcare community.
Topic: Oropharyngeal Airway
Our current research includes the manufacture of artificial wax used in the field of dentistry by biotechnological processes, in multiple steps and stages, as an application for a specialized scientific study within realistic experiments In the end, she gave two types of artificial tooth wax (modeling and stick wax). The mechanism of producing artificial dental wax included successive processes that included biotechnology and industrial technology. In biotechnology, the oil stored in the seeds...
Topics: Biotechnology, Industrial Technology, Modeling Wax, Stick Wax
The study was done to evaluate the quality of honey with respect to nicotine content from tobacco growing and nongrowing areas with assumption that nicotine from tobacco crop may affect the quality of honey. Specifically the study was done order to, identify if tobacco is among the bees fodder and to determine the presence and source of nicotine in honey from tobacco and non -tobacco growing area. The study was done in Urambo and Same. Bees fodder was identified in each area and honey sample...
Topics: Honey, Bees Fodder, Nicotine, Tobacco
The previously unknown coronavirus type called SARS-CoV-2 first appeared during December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province in China, whereas it was isolated in January 2020. During February 2020 in the Republic of Northern Macedonia was confirmed the first case of COVID 19. It was a patient born in 1970, whom had stayed in Italy for some time. Alternations in biochemical parameters have been observed in various researches conducted in different countries. The aim of this study is to evaluate the...
Topics: Covid-19, D-dimers, CRP, LDH
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Data encryption is one of the widely used methodologies to ensure the data confidentiality in cloud environment. Most of the proposed methods which generate cryptographic algorithms are weak, and slow. Another important problem in the proposed methods is to replace bits which lead to improvement in the performance of cryptographic algorithms. Chosenplaintext, chosen- cipher text attacks on symmetric-key encryption schemes giving adversary actions to predict the original message or the key. We...
Topics: Varying Cipher, Symmetric Key Cryptography, Oscillation, Key Generation
Career Aspiration is an important part of human life as it means the vision for future. It is a long-term career goal, plan, and dream about the future. On the other hand, Self-Efficacy is an integral part of human life, and its importance is very prominent. The present study aims to give a detailed viewpoint regarding the career aspiration and self-efficacy among young adults who have faced a year(s) loss during their academic years. During the study, thorough information was collected from...
Topics: Career Aspiration, Self-Efficacy, Academic Failure, Early Adulthood
Brick kiln is a traditional and an important unorganised industrial sector in India and other developing countries. Brick kilns are small scale sector which uses manual labour and traditional firing technologies. It is estimated that more than 100,000 kilns produce about 80 to100 billion bricks per year in India. The present demand is estimated as 120 billion bricks per year. The employment of brick kilns is approximately eight million people. These industries supply bricks for constructions of...
Topics: Brick Industry, Pollution, GDP, Suspended Particulate Matter, Pollution Control Measures.
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In discussing the language and culture of the Kurmi people of Manbhum-Purulia, the language of other indigenous peoples is first compared with the language of Kurmali. Then the geographical range of Kurmali language is discussed. Then the Kurmali dialect was discussed. Then the culture of the Kurmi people has been discussed in Consistently brief .After that Major cultures are discussed such as Akhain Jatra in practice followed by Sijhan or Panthi Thapana, Sarhul, Shivgajan or Charak Puja,...
Topics: Mahato, Janagosthi, Language, Culture, Community
Reading Tagore, especially his collection of short philosophical poems Stray Birds, is like dipping our feet into a literal poolof love, affection, transcendence and emotion. What else could be expected from a mystic who extracted his poetic deliverance from the basins of river Ganges? The visionary poet who championed the eastern doctrines, ‘Intellectual Polymath’ as the great poet W. B Yeats had announced, the architect of Adobe of Peace, Rabindranath Tagore the Nobel laureate endorsed...
Topics: Freedom, Love and Divinity
Mythologies have long perpetuated the idea of patriarchal world order as they “justify an existing social system and account for traditional rites and customs” (Graves 21). Revisionist Mythmaking, according to Ostriker, is an effective strategy to re-define female identity and to make “corrections” to constructed “images of what women have collectively and historically suffered” (73). The World’s Wife is a collection of poetry by Carol Ann Duffy, narrated by prominent mythical and...
Topics: Revisionism, Myth, High Culture, Narrative Voice, Canon Formation
Section 22 of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution (Amended) states that “the press, radio, television and other agencies of mass media shall at all times be free to upload the foundational objectives contained in the Chapter 2 of the constitution and uphold the responsibility and accountability of the government to the people.” From the forgoing, this paper seeks to examine the role of the media in promoting accountability in governance looking at some factors such as environment, technological...
Topics: Accountability, Social Responsibility, Political Environment, Legal System and Media Regulation
In place of an origin for creating pedagogical results among the learner-oriented context, teachers focus on information with the practical and perceiving ability where learners aware in the classroom. The present study concentrates on practice of English language, accuracy, expertise, and students' ability in the etymological skills. This reveals the students who enter tertiary level education without prerequisite knowledge of the language which reflects how they are unaware of active...
Topics: Learner-Based Framework, Language Skills, Tertiary-Level Learning, Active Speaking Roles,...
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Human predicament, pain and suffering are some of the existential problems we face in our life. These problems are studied not only at the existential discourse but often such engagements are also rooted in the metaphysical realm of conceptualizing the problems itself. In our ordinary life, we constantly
Topics: Dharma, Human Rights, Universal, Duty, Ontology and Normatively
The environment is the provider of the crucial elements to satisfy the basic needs of human life. However, rapid development has set free a set of environmental issues. Global warming is the biggest threat and obstacle facing the world and in the path towards environmental sustainability. Modern societies struggle to find a balance between development needs and environmental sustainability.
Topics: Sustainable Development, Environmental Sustainability, Global Warming, Climate Change
This study is intended to find the correlation between Musical Intelligence and Motivational Adjustment Variables of Personality of Secondary School students of Kerala. The result shows that there is significant positive correlation between Musical Intelligence and motivational adjustment variables of Personality.
Topics: Musical Intelligence, Motivational Adjustment variables of Personality
As corporates proceed to develop new product brands, changing market and consumer situations throw up the need for relooking at age-old branding strategies and corporate beliefs. Increased competition, more informed consumers, changing global scenarios and economic condition have brought into focus the need for developing strategies to increase value for the consumer, thereby increasing organizational profitability. Organizational investments in corporate brand identities have increased...
Topics: Brand Management, Clustering, Consumer Profiling, Problem Recognition, Styles and Attributes,...
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The marketing concept means satisfying customers’ wants and needs at a profit. Retailers are finding that to maintain competitive advantage, they must exceed customer expectations. Thus, when extending the marketing concept from merely satisfying customer wants and needs, integration of retailing functions becomes paramount.
Topics: Credit Risk, Macroeconomic Determinants, Bank Specific Determinants, Post Financial Crises Period,...
The core objective of the study is to analyse the effect of macro-economic and banks specific determinants of credit risk of select public sector banks in the post financial crisis period. The study period covers ten years (post financial crisis period) from 2008-2009 to 2017-2018. For the purpose of the study, top ten public sector banks have been selected based on the banks which have the highest share in Non-performing Assets (NPAs). The sample public sector banks namely, State Bank of...
Topics: Credit Risk, Macroeconomic Determinants, Bank Specific Determinants, Post Financial Crises Period,...
Institutional development unlocks growth potential and does not intrinsically suffer from diminishing returns. Improved institutional framework increases investment over the long-term. The present study adopted Autoregressive distributed Lag model with econometric interactive approach to investigate the role of institutional qualities on remittance-investment nexus in Nigeria. Annual secondary data covering the periods of 1981Q1 to 2020Q4, and were obtained from the World Development Indicators...
Topics: Institutional Qualities, Control of Corruption, Religious Tension, Government Stability,...
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Casia absus Linn. Is a plant in the family Fabaceae is an erect or procumbet much branched annual or short lived perennial. Though this plant has a foreign origin, it is found throughout most of India. Commonly in open habitats and wastland, ascending up to 1500 meter in the himalayas. The plant parts used for the treatment of bronchitis, asthma ,cough, conjunctivitis, leucoderma, renal and hepatic diseases, constipation ,tumors ,venaeral ulcer and wound healing.
Topics: Casia Absus Linn .Botanical Discription, Antitrypsin Activity, Antidiabetic Activity, Antioxidant...
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) technology is operated in various domains like home security, healthcare management, military applications, and so on. However, target coverage (TC) is one of the major exercises of WSN. Lots of energyefficient TC issues have been proposed over the period. But, the underline principal of many of the proposed algorithms is Maximum Cover Set (MCS). Cover Sets (CS) are developed in MCS for sensor networks to observe the every target. It is challenging to achieve...
Topics: Genetic Algorithm, Lifetime, Sensor, Wireless Sensor Network
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of some of the environmental aspects of the group (i.e., size, structure, composition, and conflict) on some of the leadership styles that would be effective in a given situation, a given group environment or a given group setting in which a leader is required to function on specific terms (i.e. directive vs. nondirective; delegative vs. non-delegative; employee oriented vs. task oriented styles). It delves on various theories that discuss...
Topics: Leadership, Behavioural styles, Effectiveness, Employee, Environment
As is well known, the organization and engaging in the activity of internal audit service in the public sector has its own features and it is fundamentally different from the internal audit service, which is organized in enterprises. This article studies the legal framework for the organization of the internal audit service in the ministries and authorities of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the activities and objectives of the internal audit services
Topics: Internal Audit, Internal Audit Service, Internal Audit Measures, Qualification Certificate,...
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Negativity and pessimism are prevalent everywhere. COVID-19 has been compared to the Great Depression of the 1930s. New bottoms of a downfall in economic activity are being reported by analyst and agency reports. The impact of the virus outbreak on the Indian economy is huge across sectors, in various scenarios of total, protracted, and partial lockdown, and at various levels of capacity utilisation. Indian economy, be that as it may, features a somewhat distinctive story to tell at this
Topics: COVID-19, Indian Economy, Pandemic, Lockdown, GDP, Sectors
Working capital might be respected a day to day existence blood of the business. An investigation of working capital is critical to interior and outer examination due to its cozy relationship with the current everyday activities of a business. Working capital is driving reason for the situation of the resources of a business which are utilized in or identified with current
Topic: Working Capital
Online reviews have been widely studied in the hospitality and tourism literature. Travel photos notify and encourage consumers by passing on direct travel experience. Despite the increase in travel photos in online reviews, analyzing the effects of photos remains a challenge. This study attempts to find the impact of user uploaded photos on valence of online review ratings. Data of 151 hotels was collected from the travel review website. The findings support the proposed hypotheses.
Topics: Online Reviews, User Uploaded Photos, Valence Ratings, Travel Review Website
This part is related to a larger study exploring the implementation of inference-making strategies in reading comprehension lessons. This part of the study focused on the best way to develop inference-making when teaching reading comprehension. There is significant evidence that reading comprehension has long been a popular topic in educational contexts. The level of reading comprehension can be influenced by a variety of elements such as cognitive capacity, a lack of vocabulary, text...
Topics: Explicit Instructions - Inference-Making, Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies
Religion is a major factor in India. Some of the scriptures are propagating the wrong philosophy and some are misinterpreted by the people to befool the public. The Dalits have shown that the saying Ignorance is Bliss does not apply to them. They have been following the politicized standard of religious preaching; they consider themselves lesser than the people who belong to the higher caste of the people. The upper caste people misguide the lower caste persons and make them understand that...
Topics: Manusmriti, Dalit, Savarna, Discrimination, Technique
This paper explores the concepts of ‘oppression’ and ‘humiliation’ to highlight the marginalized position of the Dalits in Indian society. The Dalits are the victims of various forms of caste-related discrimination, deprivation and violence. This paper proposes that Dalits must not be deprived of their fundamental rights to dignity and recognition; Dalit w
Topics: Oppression, Humiliation, Marginalization, Casteism, Autobiography, Recognition
Youth are the backbone of every nation. They are the human resources of our country and they are leaders for tomorrow. They face many problems in their life from different aspects related to family, college, social, and personal as a whole. It is the duty of the nation to protect themselves from different barriers of the society. The present research study is undertaken to study analytically the four problems as family, college, social, and personal in aspect of youth problems among collegiate...
Topics: Collegiate Students, Youth Problems, Youth Problem Inventory, Standard Deviation and Mean
This study sought to determine how the six K-12 principles, prescribed by the Department of Education for teaching English in the K to 12, were manifested in the teaching and learning processes in a public school in Misamis Oriental. These principles are spiral progression, learner-centeredness, interaction, contextualization, integration and construction.
Topics: Spiral Progression, Learner-Centeredness, Interaction, Contextualization, Integration, Construction
An organisation’s objective is achieved through its efficiency, skills and standards of the employees it possesses as its assets. Organisation should ensure that they get the most optimistic outputs from its human resources. One of the major factors which would speed up the process of obtaining the maximum productivity and output from an organization’s resources is maintaining and achieving work life balance.
Topic: Work Life Balance
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As on 1st December, 2021, more than 11 lakh individuals have been trained and more than 6.5 lakhs among them have been placed, that is, have been employed after training under the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushal Yojana. These are staggering numbers keeping in mind that the program is focused on the rural youth of India. The scheme targets to train around 23 lakh individuals by 2023. It is to be analyzed if we are on track and if the success of this scheme has really translated into...
Topics: Marginalized Rural Communities, Scheme, Workforce, Skill
This paper assesses the “state of the art’’ in the application and implementation of circulation services policy on book loan to students in the Cross River University of Technology Calabar Library. A survey design was used with a sample size of 300 students randomly selected. A researcher-made instrument ‘‘Book Loan Questionnaire was constructed for data collection. Simple percentages were employed in data analysis’’. The study revealed that, the “library’s opening hours is
Topic: irculation Services Policy
The pandemic crisis of COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on every walk of life. No field has remained understated by its impact. The field of training also predictably has come under its telling effect. Training centers across the globe have moved from onsite to online platforms. The Indian academic scenario is also not very much different. Approximately 32 crore academic scholars have found themselves in the lurch. Nandalal the higher education institutions have faced the
Topics: COVID-19, Higher Education
This study is intended to compare multiple intelligence and emotional adjustment of secondary school students of Kerala. Emotional adjustment is an essential component which should be built properly during this period. Here the investigator Compare each component of Multiple Intelligence and Multiple Intelligence (Total) of Pupils taken in pairs on the basis of different levels (High-Average, Average-Low, High-Low) of Emotional Adjustment.
Topics: Multiple Intelligence, Emotional Adjustment
In Mahasweta Devi's seminal work Mother of 1084 and Droupadi in pretext of suppressing the Naxalbari movement, state brutalized the tribal people, despite the suppression of the movement by the state the Naxalite movement still thrives because the marginalized people identify themselves with the movement. The subalterns like Dopadi and Dulna who are the representative of the disadvantaged class rebelled against their systematic exclusion by the state. Their struggle is to
Topics: Naxalbari Movement, Subalterns, Homo Sacer, Bare Life, Marginalization
COVID-19 has exposed the supply chain vulnerability of firms to global disruptions. The major reliance on China as the ‘World Factory’ for order fulfilments by global firms have created a rippled effect worldwide and intensified supply chain risks. This paper presents the impacts of COVID-19 on global supply chains and summarizes the strategies for ensuring continuity of operations amidst the pandemic and post COVID-19. Going forward, the main focus of organizations should be enhancing...
Topics: COVID-19 Pandemic, Supply Chain Disruptions, Supply Chain Risk Management, Supply Chain Resilience
In India, straw is a very common building material. It is still in use in traditional buildings mostly found in rural part of India. Structural straw bale buildings are yet to gain any visibility in India. Straw-bale building is a method of construction that uses bales of straw as structural elements. Straw bales are environment friendly and low cost due to the availability in abundance as agricultural residues. In rural areas, availability of building materials is always an issue. Under the...
Topics: Strawbale Buildings, PSBC, Energy Efficiency, Low-Energy Building, Cost Analysis
The main objective of this study is to describe and determine the impact of Leadership Commitment on Employee Job Satisfaction. Specifically, this study was conducted in order to: (1) Describe the socio-demographic characteristics of the respondents in terms of: Age; Sex; Civil Status; Year/s of Employment; Status of Employment; Highest Educational Attainment; Monthly Income/Salary; and Designation/Position/Academic Rank; (2) Describe the leadership commitment being assessed by the respondents...
Topic: Job Satisfaction
The purpose of the study was to determine the impact of retail store personnel on the shopping behaviour of the customers in organized retail stores. A survey (store intercept) method was employed to elicit primary information from 450 shoppers in Big Bazaar and Spencer, for the survey conducted in Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and Hyderabad cities of Andhra Pradesh state of India. A questionnaire based on a five-item Likert scale, as well as convenience sampling, was employed for data collection....
Topics: Retailing, Store Personnel, Customers, Shopping Behavior, Shopping Experience, etc.
Taxation in India is well structured. No taxes can be collected except by the authority of law. Hence, each and every tax collected is backed by an accompanying law. Tax rates may vary by type and characteristics of the taxpayer and the type of income. To avail the benefits like exemptions, deductions, concessions and rebates under the act, one has to have good knowledge and awareness in both the Income Tax act and the annual finance budget of union ministry. This study, based on the primary...
Topics: Income Tax, Exemptions, Awareness, Deductions, etc
The present global crisis is not a financial one, but a decision-making catastrophe. Values govern decision-making, and the inquiry is about the values of the present "leaders." The purpose of this research is to investigate the traits and characteristics of leadership that need to be addressed. One of these facets is successful leadership, which does not suffer from technical limitations, but rather from a focus on categorical ideals. Another component is leadership, which is often...
Topics: COVID 19, Leadership, Human Resources, Conflict Management & Organizational Behavior.
What we do not see does not mean it does not exist.... ’ (Graber) Root resorption is defined as the loss of root structure that involves mineralized and non-mineralized cementum and dentine. It can be part of a physiological process during the exfoliation of the deciduous teeth or it can imply a pathology. Pathological root resorption can be either internal or external depending on the part of the root that is affected (Bishara, 2001).
Topics: Root Resorption, Orthodontic Treatment
Writing being one of the considered fundamental macro-skills especially in the context of formal communication and just like reading is crucial in improving educational outcomes and far-reaching implications, a reason why it must be taught even during the pandemic. In this competitive world, writing is also one of the skills that is necessary to excel more particularly in the workplace. However, despite of the fact showing the significant role of writing in a highly competitive world, it is...
Topics: Writing Competencies, Blended Learning, Covid-19 Pandemic, Quasi-Experimental
Study of physico-chemical properties of water is important and very necessary to know its quality. Present study has been carried out to assess the water quality of a freshwater body of studying its physico-chemical characteristics. The analysis of physico-chemical parameters of water is the essential for utilization of water for different purposes. The quality of water usually described according to its physical, chemical and biological characteristics. The study was carried out for the period...
Topic: Physico-Chemical
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Investigating a new generation of structural health monitoring (SHM) system of glass fiber in which a piezo material is embedded into it. It is excited by placing the piezo material at different points inside the glass fiber composite and investigated. Further various applications in the aerospace industry and as a source of electricity are investigated.
Topic: Structural Health Monitoring
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Nonlinear optics is the study of phenomena that occur as a consequence of the modification of the optical properties of a material system by the presence of light. Nonlinear optical phenomena are “nonlinear” in the sense that they occur when the response of a material system to an applied field depends in a nonlinear manner on the strength of the optical field. Typically, only laser light is sufficiently intense to modify the optical properties of a material system. In nonlinear optics,
Topics: Interatomic, Laser, Linear Optics, Nonlinear Optics, Intensity, Field Strength
The molecular data, in particular gel electrophoresis of enzymes and numerical methods of analysis have proven useful in many groups of insects and will see much wider use in future. Therefore, present study was designed with the main purpose to analyze the activities of alkaline phosphatase isozymes by electrophoresis method during different developmental stages of newly evolved races R1 and R2 of Bombyx mori L. Standardized disc electrophoresis method was performed. Acid phosphatase (ACPH)...
Topics: Bombyx Mori L, Acid Phosphatase, Electrophoresis, Race 1 (R1), Race 2 (R2)
This conceptual paper highlights on global environment crisis and green technologies. Everyone is now scared and feared that this planet is going to be vanished on some day if the pollution levels are continue to grow as is now. The much interesting innovation is to develop green technologies as alternatives in order to meet needs of the people not by compromising. The green technology is far from reach to the people of India due to lack of awareness unlike western countries. An attempt has...
Topics: Green Technology, Environment, Sustainable development, Global level, Planet
To explore and assess the impact by which the centralised e-auction policy of the Spices Board of India has been affecting the cardamom marketing sector, is the key objective of this research along with suggesting some practically feasible methods, that can educate the small scale & medium scale farmers about the E-auction, and make them comfortable with the recently changed policies .
Topics: Cardamom, Auction, E- Auction, Marketing, Spice Board, Farmers
Information behaviour of veterinary surgeons was studied in terms of four elements viz., information seeking behaviour, storing behaviour, processing behaviour and dissemination behaviour. Information seeking behaviour of most of the veterinarians was high while information storing and processing behaviours were medium. Nonetheless, information dissemination behaviour was low. Even if the veterinarians are gathering the needed information, they are not storing or processing it properly. Also...
Topic: Information Behaviour
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Today, the urge for economic development has become essential both in developed and developing economies. Developed economies undertake developmental programmes to maintain their rate of economic growth so as to enjoy still higher standards of living and avoid risk of cyclical fluctuations while developing economies emphasize on economic development not only for solving their basic problems of poverty, unemployment, ignorance, backwardness,
Topics: Economic Growth, Environmental Degradation, Natural Resources, Economic Activities, Urbanization,...
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The role and importance of the media in today’s life cannot be overemphasized. From education to entertainment and to information, they exert influence on people’s perceptions and views about the world around them. Broadcasting occupies a fundamental stance in Nigeria’s communication system and this work consciously examines the broadcasting experience in Nigeria, providing a historical background. It also examines the boundaries of broadcasting operations in Nigeria with
Topic: Historical Background
The supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Syed Ali Khamenei, stated during a meeting with the Assembly of Experts that the present world is entering a “New World Order”, so the Islamic Republic of Iran should be aware of the changes and it should play a role in the new world order. He said the global order is in the process of change, so Iran has a more important duty in shaping and will have a strong role in creating the new world order. This new world order would replace American influence as...
Topics: The Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, New World Order, USA, Iraq and Afghanistan Crisis.
The present Research paper examine that Survey on Use and Library Study pattern of Electronic Resources among Under Graduate students, these are the some objectives of the present study, To know the Number of questionnaires distributed and received back, To find out course wise response received, To verify Age wise response received, To know Frequency of visit to the college library, To know purpose of using E-resources in library, To find out Time spent in using E-resources in library, To...
Topics: Research, Examine, Library Study, Pattern, Electronic Resources, Students, Objectives,...
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Women empowerment is a debatable subject. In the days gone by, they were getting equal status with men. But they had faced some difficulties during the post-Vedic and epic ages. Many a time, we treat as slaves and second-class citizens. From early twenty century (national movement) their statuses have been changed slowly and gradually. In this regard, we mentioned the name of the British people. After the independence of India, the constitutional makers and national leaders
Topics: Women Empowerment, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, India, South India, Impacts, Challenges
This study aimed to investigate the difficulties faced by EFL Libyan students in academic writing and the reasons that led to these academic writing difficulties. The study was conducted on English language students as their major specialization in the fourth year at faculty of Arts, Elmergib University. The data was collected via a questionnaire survey and face-toface interviews. The results revealed that the students faced various writing difficulties: vocabulary (2.83); grammar (1.79);...
Topics: Academic Writing, Difficulties, Reasons, EFL Libyan Students
The Mappila community of Malabar originated primarily as a result of the west Asian trade contact with the Malabar Coast. The Zamorin of Calicut gave special concession to the Arab Traders. They give freedom to covert people to Islam and were also given the monopoly of import and export trade. The Arabs converted their trading centers to religious centers. Madrasa were developed with the purpose of religious learning. Madrasa is an Arabic word meaning religious
Topics: Calipha, jati, Usthad, Quazi
The district Goalpara is one of the educationally backward districts of Assam. In the District 57.52% population do belong to religious minority (Muslim). The rural literacy rate in the district is just 65.93% and the Muslim female literacy is only 52.39%. Most important aspect is that the Lakhipur Educational Block of the district Goalpara has the lowest female literacy which is 21.61 percent. It is worst among the educationally backward areas of the state, so far as universalization
Topics: Dropout, Education, Muslim Girl, Lower Primary School, and Universalization