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Objective: To evaluate the determinants of antenatal care utilization of scheduled caste women in Thiruvarur district, Tamilnadu. Methods: Multistage stratified random sampling technique was applied to select the respondents from the Thiruvarur district for the research purpose. There were 1164 households with the target population. Totally 1203 women in the age group of 15-24 were identified in all the five blocks. Thus, in all, 661 respondents were selected following circular systematic random sampling technique.

In this paper conventional data collection exercise was carried out to investigate the causes of equipment failure in Olefin plant using a series of interviews about the plants life for the past six years. The two variables used are the maintenance hour (X) and the loss in production during maintenance (Y). Mathematical approach of regression analysis was used to analyze the failure. The developed model was simulated to determine the intercept and the slop, which is the change in production loss that accompanies a unit change in maintenance hour.

Nature provides motivation to scientists in many ways. Scientists have started to realize that nature is a great source of inspiration to develop intelligent systems and techniques. Nature- Inspired algorithms is a kind of algorithms that imitate the problem solving behavior from nature. Consultant Guided Search algorithm (CGS) and Genetic algorithm (GA) are some of the Nature-Inspired Metaheuristic Algorithms inspired from Nature. In this paper, Consultant Guided Search algorithm (CGS) was hybridized with Genetic algorithm (GA) and a new technique was proposed.

Cadmium(II) catalyses dimerisation of o-Hydroxyphenylthiourea(OHPTU) to a yellow coloured disulphide, 1,1’-dithio-bis-N-(o-Hydroxyphenyl)formamide. Rate of formation of the coloured dimer increases with the concentration of cadmium(II) ions. Photometric and fluorometric methods were employed to study this reaction at pH 9.0 and the range of determination was determined to be 600ng.mL-1 - 30.0ng.mL-1 with a detection limit of 20.0ng.mL-1 using fixed time approach.

Predictive model to monitor the spreading rate of crude oil in surface water environment was developed in this paper, this model were generated through an experiment performed, The experiments were performed to examine the rate of crude oil spread in surface water, This experiment yield allots of results, some of the results were applied to examine the rate of spread through graphs that were plotted, The generated model equation from the graph were resolved, the resolved equation yielded theoretical values, this values were compared to other measured values from different locations, both pa

The Integrated Reliability Models for Redundant Systems with multiple constraints for one mathematical function is established by applying Lagrangean approach, the related case problem is presented to find the component reliabilities (rj), the number of components in each stage (xj), stage reliability (Rj) and the System Reliability (Rs). The Lagrangean approach which is an effective procedure has got certain limitations in the sense that the number of components in each stage will be given only in real numbers, which is infeasible for implementation to real life problems.

This paper an overview of the state of the art in the area of sentiment analysis is presented. Research is being carried out in this area. The approaches and techniques of sentiment analysis and its application in various fields are present here. Within we focus, on automated sentiment analysis using Natural Language Processing (NLP). In addition some sentiment analysis tools available to pinpoint the effect of specific issues on the customer perceptions are discussed, helping the vendors respond with appropriate marketing and PR strategies.

Hand gesture recognition system can be used for providing the interface between computer and human using hand gestures. The main objective of the present work is to develop algorithms for the recognition of thirty six static hand gestures in the American Sign Language (ASL). By employing a pattern recognition technique in which the orientation histogram is used as a feature vector for gesture classification and interpolation accurate results are obtained.

This paper mainly focuses on the performance evaluation of the three types of classifiers viz., Rule-based, Decision tree based and Baysian networks on Edu-data which is a large repository consisting of data related to technical education system; which is considered as a benchmark system for the study of Edu-mining. The three important stakeholders of the system are Student, Faculty and Management. The study comprises of 3 modules in student stakeholder, 3 modules in faculty stakeholder and finally an integrated module.

This paper deals with a detailed study of asymptotic solution to bio-porous convection in a suspension of microscopic swimming phototactic algae. Experimental observations indicate that bio convection patterns are modified by illumination. This phenomenon will be observed in a large number of different algal species where the cells are denser than water and tend to swim upward on average. The continuum model for phototaxis and suspension shading was formulated in a porous medium.

Rescaled range analysis (R/S analysis), detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA) are widely-used methods for detection of long-range correlations in time series This paper employs R/s analysis and detrended fluctuation analysis method to investigate the trend of Northeast monsoon rainfall of Tamil Nadu time series. The data used for this analysis is from the year 1901 to 2004 through about 104 years. The different scaling exponents estimated by R/S method and DFA method indicates the same result of anti-persistence in the Northeast monsoon rainfall of Tamil Nadu.

The monomer 4-benzyloxyphenylmethacrylate (4-BOPMA) was synthesized by reacting 4-benzyloxy phenol dissolved in methylethylketone (MEK) with mathacryloyl chloride in the presence of triethylamine. The homopolymer and various copolymers of 4-BOPMA with acrylonitrile (AN) were synthesized by the free radical polymerization in MEK at 70 ± 1oC in nitrogen atmosphere using benzoylperoxide as initiator. The homopolymer and copolymers were characterized by various spectral techniques like IR, 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR spectroscopic techniques.

A sludge drying bed of 1.2m by 0.75m was designed and used in dewatering sewage sludge collected from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka waste water treatment plant. This was used in determining parameters necessary in the formulation of an equation for sludge filtration based on the concept of specific resistance using LMT dimensional analysis. The equation was used in determining the performance of sludge drying bed which is a natural means of sludge dewatering.

In the present investigation has been under taken in order to study the teacher effectiveness of school teachers in Chennai and Thiruvallur Districts. Teacher Effectiveness of school teachers’ scale was constructed and standardized by Kumar and Mutha (1974) has been administrated to a random sample of 900 school teachers.

In this study, we examine the efficiency of regulated (poultry and eggs) and non-regulated (fruits and vegetables) Agricultural Marketing Co-operatives using profit estimations. Time series data that spans from 1984 – 2001 was obtained from various institutions in Canada for the analysis. A Translog production function was specified and the analysis was carried across the above mentioned Agricultural Marketing Co-operatives. The empirical results reveal that, in general, these the co-operatives do not have equal economic efficiency; each co-operative has its own level of efficiency.

In this study, we examine the efficiency of regulated (poultry and eggs) and non-regulated (fruits and vegetables) Agricultural Marketing Co-operatives using profit estimations. Time series data that spans from 1984 – 2001 was obtained from various institutions in Canada for the analysis. A Translog production function was specified and the analysis was carried across the above mentioned Agricultural Marketing Co-operatives. The empirical results reveal that, in general, these the co-operatives do not have equal economic efficiency; each co-operative has its own level of efficiency.

Nigeria’s political landscape is faced with series of challenges and socio-political factors that portend hindrances to sustainable democratic governance. Over the years, the conduct of elections has been a problematic as violence remains the hallmark of Nigerian politics. Electoral violence has assumed a worrisome dimension in the Nigerian democratic system.

The present study was carried out to the expectation of Students and Faculty members on using the library Resources and Services of G.V.N.College Library, Kovilpatti (India). The study mainly focused on the utilization of various resources, location of access, learn to access, experience of using e-resources and need for improving various skills in the usage of library resources and services. For this purpose the researcher prepared a well structured questionnaire as a tool for data collection and presented with useful percentage analysis and suitable table for presentation of data.

In learning institutions such as public universities in Kenya, training of teaching staff is mostly emphasized in their manpower development policies. This is because training forms a major component of their job promotion. However, in recent past it has been observed that most non-teaching staff in many universities are engaged in self initiated staff training contrary to most universities training policies.

The Native American and Afro-American culture has been preserved over centuries through the medium of oral literature. They employ oral tradition to preserve and maintain their cultural and individual identities. Storytelling is a survival tactic, a way to preserve and maintain identity. Morrison and Erdrich retrieve through oral tradition their lost identity, which is not only their personal identity but that of their whole people. The oral tradition is rooted in the ancient voices of the tribes, their stories, myths and rites.

One of the fast growing urban centres of South Bengal is Barddhaman Town which is situated on the fertile Lower Damodar Floodplain (23°14′18″N and 87°51′39″E). Recently the urbanization process has been played a dual role in the socio-economic development and environmental degradation. The town has drastically increased its area and population size from 1970, as well as the urban healthy environment is deteriorated. This paper aims to analyse the environmental degradation in terms of pollution. So, we have been selected three aspects of urban pollution- Air, Water and Noise Pollution.

Educational curriculum development is a shared responsibility amongst parents and teachers, especially in ECDE, where both must work very closely to lay a firm foundation for the child. This paper examines the challenges faced by pre-school teachers and parents in curriculum development process, and ways in which parents and teachers can enhance a partnership in early childhood curriculum development. A descriptive research design was adopted.

This paper examines the role of parents and perceptions of both parents and teachers towards early childhood development based on a study conducted among preschool parents and teachers at Mumias Town, Kenya. The descriptive research design was adopted. The data sources were: a parental involvement questionnaire for pre-school teachers, a parental involvement interview schedule for the pre-school parents, and document analysis. Simple random sampling was done for the pre-school parents and saturated sampling for pre-school teachers. Multiple data analysis methods were used.

“For a Corporation to be convicted of a crime, the prosecution must prove that one or more agents committed all elements of the crime. This is relativity easy to do if a crime has occurred in a small organization, but the structure of large organization can make prosecution difficult, particularly where mensrea is an element of the crime. Where evidence of multiple guilty agents exists, the defense can exploit this ambiguity to create reasonable doubt as to each agent”

Optimization of cycle time in injection molding plays a vital role in manufacturing of plastic parts to improve the productivity of the process. At the same time it should not affect the quality of the final product. This paper describes the cycle time optimization of Hinge Locator – Guided support plastic part, through a repeated number of analyses which was carried out by Moldflow simulation software. The process parameters like cooling time, Injection time are optimized in which it contributes more in the cycle time.

This paper examines how consumer preferences and buying practices affect apparel trade within a liberalised market in Nairobi, and the awareness level of apparel traders of these preferences. Data were collected using interview schedules and observation checklists. A random sample of 90 apparel traders was drawn from Kenyatta, Jericho and Central Business District market centres in Nairobi. Data were analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences software (SPSS®). Results showed that all traders had some level of formal education.

This paper explores the role of micro-finance institutions in alleviating poverty among small-scale wheat farmers in Kenya. The paper discusses the utilization of loans from micro-finance institutions by small scale farmers in growing wheat to illustrate how farmers improve their living standards and to a large extent alleviate poverty among themselves. The paper uses data obtained in a six-months study carried out in five locations in Moiben Division, Uasin Gishu County, Rift Valley Province, Kenya.

This paper presents the work carried out for the improvement of mechanical properties of fly ash compacts by adding a binder. Here we added sodium silicate as a binder to the different weight fractions of fly ash, sand, gypsum and lime mixture and then compacted. These compacts were treated in normal water at different temperatures for seven days. Then compressive strength and microstructure for the different compacts were investigated.

Counselling is a helping profession which involves caring for people with complex psychological and emotional needs. Working closely with people in pain, agony, grief, bereavement, trauma and other complex psycho-social needs often infects the counsellor with a patient’s sadness, a condition often referred to as psychic poisoning or vicarious traumatization. This leads to a form of stress called burnout, a state of emotional depletion, lost ideals and purpose.

This study aimed at investigating the effect of using a CAELL instructional program of English grammar, the Degrees of Comparison, under the Cognitive Load theory framework on the achievement of IX Standard school students. The sample of the study consisted of 240 students distributed randomly on three experimental groups and three control groups. The instruments of the study were an instructional software program for teaching the Degrees of Comparison and an automated assessment is incorporated in the module itself.

Diabetic retinopathy is retinopathy caused by complications of diabetes mellitus, which can eventually lead to blindness. It is an ocular manifestation of systemic disease which affects up to 80% of all patients who have had diabetes. The aim of the study was to determine the risk factors associated with retinopathy in Type 2 diabetes of Bangladeshi subjects. In this study with a standardized selection procedure a total number of 60 diabetic patients without retinopathy and 41 diabetic patients with retinopathy were purposively enrolled from the Chittagong Diabetic Hospital.

Stormwater runoff, Petroleum Hydrocarbon plumes are found abundantly near big cities and heavy coastal population settlements. These hazards cause deleterious effects on the population in many ways directly or indirectly. Hence these pollution hazards are important and the coastal administrations and population need to be aware of such a danger lurking very close to them. These hazards due to their small size, dynamic and episodic in nature are difficult to be visualized or to sample using in-situ traditional scientific methods.

Taita community in Kenya inhabits the Taita-Taveta County of which two thirds is occupied by Tsavo East and West National Parks. There is increased human-wildlife conflict which has led to losses of properties as well as lives of both human and wildlife. Despite wildlife management efforts by the Government, these conflicts are on the increase thereby their threatening livelihoods. The community’s indigenous knowledge on human-wildlife conflict minimization is fast disappearing as it remains in the custody of a few community elders and if not documented may soon disappear.

Petrographic and geochemical evaluation of pegmatite bodies occurring as discontinuous dykes have been studied in Komu area of southwestern Nigeria, with a view to determine the compositional characteristics that may be related to Ta-Nb mineralization potentials. They are found intruding semi discordantly, the older assemblages of granite gneiss, amphibolites and semi pelitic schist. These Precambrian pegmatites bodies are usually coarse grained in texture.

A novel composite electrolyte membrane, composed of sulfonated poly styrene ethylene butylenes poly styrene (SPSEBS) and zirconium phosphate (ZrPO4), was fabricated for fuel cell applications. Zirconium phosphate was prepared in–house by the reaction of zirconium oxychloride with phosphoric acid. It possesses appreciable proton conducting and donating characteristics along with excellent thermal stability and compatibility with the polymer membrane. In the fabrication of membranes, SPSEBS and ZrPO4 in tetrahydrofuran was thoroughly mixed and subsequently solvent evaporated.

Metagenomics involves isolation, amplification, cloning and screening of DNA extracted from environmental samples. This direct approach that surmounts the need of cultivating microorganisms has opened up novel facets in biological research. In the absence of appropriate cultivation methods, more than 99% of microbial diversity awaits disclosure. Metagenomics transcends conventional genomics by a direct and comprehensive approach of analyzing a collective metagenome rather than individual genomes. Metagenomic analysis of human and insect gut, acid mine drainage, water bodies etc.

Various types of dyes, polymers, resins, salts and pigments are widely used in the textile industries which influence different properties of Electrocoagulated Metal Hydroxide Sludge (EMHS), generated by Electrocoagulation (EC) technique during wastewater treatment.

The present study is aimed to investigate the changes in activities of acid phosphatase (ACP) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) in liver, ovary and muscle of Zebrafish after exposure to 96 h LC5, LC10 and LC20 of synthetic pyrethroid Deltamethrin and neem based formulation Achook. It was found that the activities of ACP and ALP in treated fishes was significantly reduced (p<0.001) in response to treatments of both the pesticides compared with controls.

The present study area (Cauvery river basin) lies between 77o 43’ 54’’ E to 79o 35’ 55’’ E longititude and Latitude 10o 10’ 0’’ N to 11o 10’ 6’’ N. The basin area is demarcated from the survey of Indian topographical map No.58 I/2 (1:50, 000, 1972) and it covers the area about 3397 sqkms. Morphometric analysis and their relative parameters have been quantitatively carried out for the Cauvery basin, Salem district, Tamilnadu, India.

Accelerated pollution of rivers and streams because of human activity are a concern throughout the world. The objective of this study was to assess the impact of coal mine drainage on streams of Jaintia hills, Meghalaya, India. The water quality status and microbial distribution and diversity of streams were assessed for a period of two years. Diversity indices revealed a decline in terms of microbial abundance and composition. Clustering and ordination analysis clearly separated reference site from coal mine affected sites.

The terrestrial and perennial hot spring is located at Unkeshwar village of Nanded district, India is unique amongst presently active systems, the physicochemical characteristics of this hot spring. Water samples were collected from Unkeshwar hot spring. The hot springs was free of any algal growth and dirt. The natural temperature, pH, DO, COD, sulphate, sulphite and chloride were analyzed. The hot spring water have supported different thermophiles.

Sports nutrition plays a significant role in the advancement of the knowledge available to the athletic community and hydration is of special importance as a part of the preparation, participation, and recovery of every athlete from the stress of training or competition. Twenty five each of female athletes (physical education students) and non athletes respectively from Avinashilingam University for Women and male athletes and non athletes from Karate Association and Rotary Club of Coimbatore respectively were selected. Socio economic background was elicited using questionnaire.

Echocardiography has been established as the procedure of choice for the detection, confirmation and serial follow-up of patients with pericardial effusion. The criteria and their sensitivity for the diagnosis of pericardial effusion are reviewed.

The undertaken exercise was to analyze the exacerbating effect of common salt on the antibacterial activity of Coleus aromaticus, a commonly found medicinal herb in India. Water, ethanol, acetone and salt water (1.2% NaCl) extracts of Coleus aromaticus were examined for their antibacterial efficacy by disc diffusion method on both Gram positive (viz. Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes) and Gram negative (viz. Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumonia and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) bacteria.

Ru/TiO2 and Pt/TiO2 were prepared by impregnation method and reduced at two different temperatures, 375°C (LTR) and 575°C (HTR) for 4 hours. The catalysts were characterized by BET surface area, TPR, HRTEM, XRD and XPS techniques. It was found that the XRD of Pt showed fcc crystalline structure, which is uniformly dispersed with an average particles size of 2.9-4.0nm and zero valence metallic state.

Present study was followed with the aim that selection of more efficient strains of fungal species from the forest soils for the production of industrially important fungal cellulase under submerged fermentation (SmF). Isolation and characterization of cellulolytic fungal strains from the nutrient enrichment method yields 22 fungal species. More efficient eight fungal strains were selected based on the rate of zone of clearance on the CMC agar plates by Congored test.

Counselling is an emotionally draining occupation that expose counsellors to overwhelming levels of burnout. To overcome this inevitable professional hazard, the counselling profession provides for counsellor supervision as the mechanism to mitigate against high levels of burnout. Counsellor supervision takes three main forms including individual, group and peer supervision.

The sinusoidal characteristics of petroleum hydrocarbon degradation upon the influence of momentum transfer in dry season of pond system were studied. Both frequency and time responses are used to elucidate the dynamics characteristics of sinusoidal input. The process used for illustration purposes is the continuous discharge of effluent wastewater into a batch reactor (pond) of which the transport of the contaminants within the system is dependent of velocity, frequency and time.

Quantum chemical calculations of molecular geometries, vibrational wavenumbers and thermodynamical properties of Levamisole was carried out using Hartree-Fock (HF) and density functional theory (DFT) using hybrid functional B3LYP with 6-31G(d,p) as basis set. The study is extended to calculate the HOMO-LUMO energy gap, polarizability, ionization potential, electron affinity, global hardness and electro negativity of Levamisole. The optimized geometrical parameters obtained by HF and DFT calculations are in good agreement with the experimental FTIR and FT Raman spectral data.

Thousands of people die every year because of cancer due to limitation of medical sources and unable to use the existing sources effectively. Loss of patients can be reduced by using the numerical (quantitative) techniques in the system of Medical and Health. Cancer is a genetic disease which is developed by the abnormal cell increase and cell growth as a result of DNA damage and cells being out of the Program. The earlier cancer is diagnosed, so the treatment would be that successful.

This research is to evaluate biogas production and slurry using organic solid wastes for agricultural and rural development. Solid wastes management have been a major challenge for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) as the organizations responsible for managing wastes in their communities. The major challenges identified are the lack of separation of wastes, low technological know-how, inadequate landfills and lack of basic infrastructure for managing the wastes.

Pollution of surface water has been growing incessantly in India particularly due to the indiscriminate discharge of waste water from various sources without using any water treatment techniques. Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment (GWSSA), 2000 reported that the water related diseases kill a child every eight seconds and are responsible for all illness and death in the world. The scarcity for good quality drinking is increasingly becoming a rising issue and has invited attention.

An attempt was made to know the impact of power point presentation on teaching of drawing skill in zoology subject in students’ achievement. For that the investigator, randomly selected 50 students having equal metal ability and split-up into control group and experimental group. Traditional method of teaching of drawing skill was given to control group and Power point presentation method of teaching drawing skill was given to experimental group. A test was conducted for both the groups and subjected to statistical analysis like descriptive (Mean, S.D) and differential analysis (t-test).

TridaxprocumbensLinn.andArgemonemexicanaLinn. are the two important medicinal plants used in the present study to determine the colonisation frequencyof endophytic bacteria, actinomycetes&fungi and antimicrobial activity of fungi. The endophytic fungi from leaves,stem and roots of both the plants were identified based on the morphology and characteristics of fungal spores.

The development of metagenomics has emerged as an alternative approach for the conventional screening of microbial genomes from the natural environment. Metagenomic analysis provides broad information on the structure, composition and gene functions of various environmental microbes. It has been successfully applied to screen novel enzymes from the uncultured microbes in the environment. The soil metagenomic approach relies on the direct isolation of environmental DNA.

Lignocellulosic biomass includes wheat straw, corn stover, rice straw, cotton stalk etc. which are renewable resources of energy. These agricultural lignocellulosic wastes are attractive substrate for production of bioethanol. The main challenge for producing ethanol from lignocellulosic wastes is the conversion of lignin containing polymer in to delignified monomer. Acid hydrolysis is conventional process for this conversion.

Interaction of genotype and explants with medium, for their in vitro plant regeneration via shoot induction in eggplant (Solanum melongena) to select an elite cultivar with high shoot regeneration frequency for establish a protocol for commercial use in growing tissue culture industries, has been studied. Hypocotyls , cotyledon and leaf explants of six commercially grown Indian cultivars, Pant Rituraj, Punjab Sadabahar, IVBL-9, IVBR-3, IVBR-1, BRSPS-14, which vary in shape, size and color were used in this study.

M-agriculture (Mobile agriculture) is a phenomenon of mobile enabled agricultural development for leveraging mobile services to enable agricultural development. ATIC ( Agriculture Technology Information Centre) of the KAU (Kerala Agricultural University) initiated a project on M-agriculture in 2011 using the e-SMS platform developed and offered by Kerala State IT Mission. ATIC had been sending short agricultural messages of 160 characters, twice a week, to around 12,500 farmers across the state of Kerala.

Background: Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted disease associated with the development of cervical premalignant lesion. There is a connection between transmission of Human Immuno Deficiency Virus (HIV) and HPV, therefore the possibility of cervical premalignant lesions among women. This study therefore undertook to detect HPV in HIV infected women to establish the correlation. Methodology: One hundred (100) women infected with the Human Immune deficiency Virus (HIV) and one hundred (100) non - infected women were used for the study.

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