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Fire detection, control and notification at early stages are of great importance as human life and property is concerned. In this paper we report the design and fabrication of simple, cheap and reliable computer based fire fighting system for use at homes, offices, supermarkets, schools among others. The system comprised of fire detection units made of smoke and temperature sensors, computer display unit, actuators, Bluetooth and GSM networks. Systems functionality was tested by introducing smoke and raising temperature of the surrounding beyond a set threshold levels.

Bank consolidation has been the major policy instrument adopted in correcting deficiencies in the financial sector in the world all over; and hence the 2005 concluded bank consolidation exercise in Nigeria. This study therefore, x-rayed the effect of bank consolidation on cost savings for consolidated banks in Nigeria. The research design is ex-post facto studying two periods before and after the 2005 concluded bank consolidation exercise in Nigeria.

Recognizing that agricultural production provides the needed lift upon which a sustainable development can be achieved the Federal Government of Nigeria established the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund (ACGSF) in 1977 specifically to provide guarantee in respect of loans granted by any bank for agricultural purposes. However, over the years, it has been argued that the scheme along with other such schemes has not actually enhanced agricultural productivity through the provisions of credit which has been a major problem to Nigeria farmers.

This article highlights fundamental indicators of discrimination against single women in the Methodist Church in Kenya and in society. It aims to examine gender-constructed cultural norms that result in discrimination against single women. Single women face challenges due to the tradition and cultural belief that everyone should marry apart from those who are not allowed to because of religious duties. This notion has been integrated into the contemporary church and society, making it more difficult for those who are single by choice and those forced by circumstances.

This study examines the causal relationship between exchange rate and stock prices in Nigeria using quarterly data for the period of 1990-Q1 to 2009-Q4. The ADF and PP tests suggest that the series are random walk processes in their level form. Pair-wise Granger Causality was tested within multivariate co-integration and vector error correction model (VECM) framework. Three different stock exchange indicators were used as proxy for stock prices to test the direction of causality between the variables. Thus we have three VAR models.

The Holy Koran is a very well known book that says to all muslims and even non-muslims to know about existence of the other world after this world we are living in. And that , light as the right surely dominants on default exhibiting as a darkness. This well known as the most useful one learn live way for people and cause to know them applied methods to acts well in true and correct forms appropriate to reach to real good vital marks. In the Holy Koran there are ugly acts; to select the best things equip themselves to be victory in life.

Poverty is one of the major problems facing many African countries today. The struggle against the menace has subsequently become a major political slogan for politicians and successive governments of the continent. Nigeria, just like most African nations has for the past few decades introduced several programmes aimed at solving the problem of abject poverty which is said to be affecting over 70% of the country’s population believed to be living below poverty level.

National Integration is the awareness of a common identity amongst the citizens of a country. It is the process of uniting differently people from all walks of life into a single whole. It signifies a condition of unity in diversity. According to Taylor “National Integration is a socio-psychological and educational process through which a feeling of unity, solidarity and cohesion develops in the hearts of the people and a sense of common citizenship or feeling of loyalty to the nation is fostered among them”. It implies a sense of belonging, a feeling of togetherness and unity.

Secondary education in Kenya takes four years to complete, catering for students aged 14 to 17 years; it leads to the award of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). In 2008 free Day Secondary Schooling was rolled out as stipulated in Kenya Education Sector Support Programme (KESSP) launched in July, 2005, where government committed herself to ensure that Free Education went beyond primary school. Under the secondary education plan, each student is allocated Sh10,625 per year, with 1.7 million students benefiting from the programme in the year 2011.

The advances in Satellite Communication and Remote sensing has led to the development of solutions for various national development programs like National Natural Resource Management (NNRMS), disaster management, Tele-Education and e-Health care using telemedicine. The advances in sensor technologies and image processing have resulted in sensors with increased spatial, spectral and radiometric resolutions and provide images with rich details for remote sensing applications.

Electron spin resonance (ESR) dating of ancient marine shell has been made using the paramagnetic defects produced by natural radiation. The total dose of natural radiation of the materials termed as archaeological dose estimated from ESR signals of defects in marine shell recently excavated from the archaeological site Alagankulam, Tamilnadu state, India. The sample was divided into nine sets which were given an artificial dose (AD) by using γ irradiation of 50Gy, 100Gy, 200Gy, 400Gy, 600Gy, 800Gy, 1600Gy, 2400Gy and 3200Gy respectively.

Entrepreneurial competence makes all the difference to the rate of economic growth. Entrepreneurship Development has become important in achieving the goals of all around development in the Country. An entrepreneurs’ initiative to start a unit is triggered by many factors both internal external factors. The granite cutting and polishing one such that exists industry that exists in the vicinity of almost all the major cities/towns through the country because of construction activities.

This paper presents the novel method that is used to improve the efficiency of a single phase transformerless photovoltaic inverter connected to the grid along with the elimination of ground leakage current, the result was simulated through computer software tool using MATLAB/SIMULINK VERSION 7.9. In the conventional method of grid connected system there is an drawback of lower isolation efficiency and presence of ground leakage current. This problem can be overcome by isolating both the grid and source individually using switching arrangements along with HERIC circuit.

This article analyses the role of libraries and information professionals in a digital library environment. The major focus for discussion is the availability of improved intellectual access to knowledge sources in a digitized world. With the growing emphasis on use of information technologies, libraries have undergone major structural changes in terms of their collection, organization and services. The traditional concepts of libraries are becoming absolute day by day with the emergence of new digital means of storage and dissemination of information.

Fiscal system of the country has undergone a significant change over the years especially with respect to imbalance in fiscal system of states vis-à-vis centre. Small states like Himachal Pradesh are mostly reeling under fiscal imbalance due to increasing scope of government sector obligation and the Fiscal Responsibility Act 2004. Himachal Pradesh is one of the small states of India that despite limited public finances is doing well on various socio-economic fronts. But the fiscal situation in the state is deteriorating with each passing day.

Air Pollution is perhaps the commonest form of environmental degradation in the cities of both developed and developing countries. In the environment there are many pollutants which have been observed during different studies regarding air pollution. Among all the pollutants, gaseous and particulate pollutants are more important.

In the present study, an effort has been made to study the status and trend of the gaseous pollutants such as Sulphur dioxide (SO2) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) in the ambient air in and around the rural villages located around a Coal Based Thermal Power Plant. A large portion (85%) of the total thermal power generation is through coal burning. On combustion of coal, pollutants generally emitted into the atmosphere are Sulphur dioxide (SO2), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) along with ash. Probably the most common pollutant emitted is Sulphur dioxide (SO2).

The religion and priests play vital role in the formation of a community and to society. Religious activity plays more roles in formation of character, faith and heritage so on. In the part of religious activity sometimes the priests or clergy performs the miracles or supernatural thing to attract and to draw the attention of society the perception on it may vary person to person and one religion to another. This article finds which religion is leading in this aspect. The comparative study is carried out with reference to Hindus and Christias.

The over ambitious approach of mankind towards development has invited so many environmental problems. Rising temperature is one of them. It is expected that the rising temperature will have a dent over the cereal productivity despite the fact that a lot of improvement have been realized in farm mechanization. It was also expected that rising temperature will affect the soil fertility and may reduce/stop the process of bringing new land under the farm cultivation. To analyze these relationships simple statistical tools like correlation and regression are used.

The paper highlights the tremendous efforts that the Kenya Government has made in the provision of higher education opportunities. However, despite efforts to equalize opportunities at this level there is concern for disparities. Inequitable access and participation of the various socio-economic groups in education are considered the cause of such disparities.

Microfinance has assumed a seminal importance over the years. It is being considered a major avenue in socio-economic development and also as a tool of financial inclusion. In India, however, steep rates of interest in the field, multiple borrowing by the clients to repay the loans and a spree of suicides by the alleged defaulters have put Microfinance in a bind. Consequently there is a soaring demand for regulating the field. The article traces the efforts of regulating the field of Microfinance in India.

Even though India is a big country, it has many problems. One of the major problems is unemployment. There are more than six crore well educated youth in India who are unemployed. There has been a drastic increase in the literacy rate in India over the past few decades. Unfortunately, this has failed to curb the unemployment rate. Employment growth in the organized sector, both public and private combined, has been registering a steady decline. With the continuing economic recession, the number of unemployed is only increasing exponentially.

Higher education institutions in the world over play a fundamental role in the social and economic life of a country. This is reflected in respective government policy documents and in the level of budgetary allocation these institutions receive (GOK, 1976; 1981; Ziderman And Albrecht, 1995). Higher education promotes National growth and development, defines the quality of the society we live in, the ability of the society to react to change and equips man for adaptation to various environments.

According to Hannaford (1995), learners tend to remember more when they are actively involved in the learning process than when they are passively involved. According to this model, also known as: Dale’s Cone of Learning (http://www.soundpiper.com/mln/elements.htm), we tend to remember 10% of what we read, 20% of what we hear, 50% of what we hear and see, 70% of what is discussed, 80% of what is experienced and 95% of what we say and do .

African traditional cultural dance performances have entered a dynamic new phase as a result of the influence of globalization on culture and conversely, the impact of culture on globalization. Kenya is not an exception. This situation leaves the following questions unanswered: 1. Are African musical arts headed for extinction in the near future? 2. Considering the fact that culture is a dynamic phenomenon, what strategies can be put in place so as to preserve the diverse Kenyan expressive cultures such as traditional music and dance for posterity? 3.

The study sought to determine the relationship between policy framework governing ECDE and actual practices in Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDCs) in Bungoma South District, Kenya. This paper examines whether or not the ECDCs were monitored according to the quality assurance standards, how ECDCs in the District were funded and how allocation and accounting was done. A total of 40 ECDCs was used, all of whose head teachers participated. The teachers were selected through simple random sampling.

This paper is based on a descriptive survey of the relationship between policy framework governing ECDE and actual practices in Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDCs) in Bungoma South District, Kenya. It examines the training that teachers of ECDE underwent, the terms and conditions of their work, and head teachers’ level of awareness on ECDE policy. A sample size of 40 ECDCs was used. All the head teachers of the selected ECDCs participated. The teachers were selected through simple random sampling. Data was collected using questionnaires, interview and observation schedules.

Composite materials with thermoplastic matrices and a reinforcement of natural fibers are increasingly regarded as an alternative to material replacement for various applications. The substitution of the traditionally used composite of natural fibers such as sisal, banana and Roselle can lead to a reduction of the component's weight and furthermore to a significant improvement of specific properties like impact strength, crash behavior. One of the major fields of application for such materials can be found in structural components manufacturing of helmets.

Necessary and sufficient conditions are determined for a schur complement Pivotal Transformation in a con-s-k-EP matrix to be con-s-k-EP. Further it is shown that in a con-s-k-EPr Matrix, every secondary sub matrix of rank ‘r’ is con-s-k-EPr. Also discussed the question of expressing a matrix of rank r as a product of con-s-k-EPr matrix. A necessary and sufficient condition for products of con-s-k-EPr Partitioned matrices to be con-s-k-EPr is given. AMS classification: 15A09, 15A15, 15A57

Carica papaya is widely cultivated and consumed in Nigeria. However, most Nigerians are not aware of the vast ethnomedicinal significance of various parts of the plant. This study involved the administration of questionnaires to herbalists, herb sellers and old rural dwellers in various parts of Oyo state for complete and comprehensive list of the ethnomedicinal significance of papaya; while information on the mineral composition and phytochemical constituents were obtained through secondary data mining.

The present investigation evaluates the anti-Candida albicans and anti-Cryptococcus neoformans activity of different extracts of thirty plants belonging to 16 families. Standard agar disc diffusion method was employed for determination of antifungal activity and standard two fold broth dilution methods was used for determination of the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) and the minimal fungicidal concentration (MFC). The test strain Cryptococcus neoformans used in the present study exhibited complete resistance to antifungal drugs clotrimazole and itriconozole.

The study involved an ethnobotanical survey of tree barks sold in herbal markets in Ibadan Metropolis, their ethnomedicinal uses and their conservation status. Three herbal markets were visited, while 15 herb sellers were interviewed. Thirty-nine tree barks were collected from three herbal markets, and their ethnomedicinal uses were documented, ranging in their use for the treatment of fevers, respiratory infections, skin infection, gastro-intestinal problems and reproductive problems among many others.

Present investigation has been carried out for assessment of the suitability of the river Yamuna in the upper stretch for bathing purpose. Accordingly, ten sampling locations were selected, two in Uttarakhand, one in Himachal Pradesh, six in Haryana and one in outskirts of Delhi. Sampling was done in the month of November, 2011. A total of five parameters, namely, pH, dissolved oxygen (DO), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), Total Coliforms and Faecal Coliforms were studied.

Suitability of protein quantification method for intended application largely depends on tolerance due to interfering substances in the assay. PEGylation is commonly used procedure to enhance the bioavailability of biotherapeutic proteins. In a PEGylation reaction methoxy-polyethylene glycol aldehyde (mPEG-ALD) is conjugated to protein of interest in presence of cyanoborohydride (CBH) and conjugation reaction is stopped by addition of glycine.

The pro-oxidant effects of air pollutants can exacerbate the age-related increase in oxidative stress in brain that is related to the decline of the antioxidant defense systems. The present study investigated the protective effect of regular exercise and/or Curcumin (an active ingredient of turmeric) against lead-induced neurotoxicity in rat cortex. Forty male Wistar rats were randomly divided into following groups: lead acetate, curcumin, endurance training, training + curcumin, sham groups.

Ambient air quality in rural residential area nearby granite mining is directly linked with activity level in the granite crushing site including drilling, blasting, loading of waste, crushing of ore and transport of overburden. Surface mining creates more pollution in comparison to underground mining. The mining activities mainly contribute RSPM and SPM to the surrounding environment. Seasonal average and range value also been calculated.

A simple and efficient reverse phase high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method was developed for assay and dissolution of Potassium chloride in Potassium chloride extended release tablets and capsules. The analyte was detected by Evaporative light scattering detector (ELSD) at a Nitrogen gas flow rate of 1.6 mL/min. Phenomenex Luna Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) column was used to separate both potassium (cation) and chloride (anion) in a single run.

Main objective of this study is to observe the success of directly observed treatment, short-course (DOTS) programme in West Bengal in respect of safe disposal of acid-fast bacilli (AFB) positive sputum specimens. The present study focused the mycobateriocidal effect of supplied phenyl in the DOTS clinics at Hooghly and Burdwan districts, West Bengal, India, where the standard direction of disposal is being followed. Viability of Tubercle bacilli in different concentrations and contact times with that Phenyl has been observed in this study.

Mycobacterium leprae (M. leprae) and Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) cause leprosy and tuberculosis respectively are considered chronic pathogens causing disease that take months sometimes year‘s to develop and without treatment eventually result in death.

Alpha 2-Heremans-Schmid glycoprotein (AHSG) is a negative acute-phase reactant and extra osseous calcification inhibitor. Decreased serum concentration of AHSG is independently related to insulin resistance. To identify the single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of the alpha2-Heremans-Schmid glycoprotein (AHSG) gene and assess their association with Type 2 diabetes in South Indian population. The study included 110 normal healthy volunteers, (68 M: 42 F, mean age 50 ± 7.97 yrs) and 101 T2DM subjects (65 M: 36 F, mean age 52.33 ± 11.12 yrs) of MV hospital for diabetes, Chennai, India.

Objective: One of the factors determining susceptibility to infection is the socioeconomic environment of individuals. This study is therefore to determine the effect of socioeconomic factors on the clinical stage of HIV at which patients present. Patients and Methods: One hundred and sixty-five (165) adult HIV positive patients who were managed at HIV clinic of University of Ilorin teaching hospital, Ilorin were recruited for the study. The patients were recruited before the commencement of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs over a period of 13 months.

The marine algae, namely, Amphiroa fragilissima, Caulerpa scalpelliformis, Gracilaria edulis, Halimeda gracilis, Sargassum wightii, and Ulva reticulata found in the Mandapam coastal region have been screened for agglutinin activity against human (A, B, AB, and O) erythrocytes and sheep, rabbit, and fish erythrocytes. Carbohydrate (0.98 mg/g) and nitrogen (0.14 mg/g) concentration was higher in Halimeda gracilis. Lipid (0.25 mg/g), protein (0.93 mg/g), and mannitol (0.069 mg/g) content was higher in Sargassum wightii.

The main aim of this study is to screening the potential of freshwater alga Spirulina platensis to remove Cr, Fe, Mn and Se from aqueous solution. The effects of initial metal concentrations, pH and algal biomass dose on metal biosorption were investigated. The results shows that the increase in an initial concentrations of Mn, Fe, Cr and Se led to decrease in the percentage of removal for all the metals, also it was observed that as the dose of algal biomass increases the amount of metal removed decreases.

Kenya is urbanizing rapidly with a population growth rate of 8% per annum. Currently, 35% of the country’s population lives in urban areas. This is estimated at 60% by the year 2030. This urbanization, if not properly managed, implies significant dynamics that impact negatively on the urban environment. The situation is worse in dense residential areas of urban centres, where the main environmental challenge is the proper management of wastes. Hips of garbage are common in low income areas of most Kenyan towns, Eldoret included.

This paper studies the cumulative effect of uniform rotation of the system and the heating/cooling from below on the stability of a suspension of motile gravitactic microorganisms in a shallow sparsely packed horizontal porous layer. The bioconvective system is described by the continuity, momentum, cell conservation, flux of micro-organisms and thermal energy equations. The basic state solution is determined and the perturbed equations are solved using a fast computational technique with the MATLAB tool.

The focus of the research paper is to investigate the importance of biogas as an alternate energy source. Biogas production is one of the number of tools that may be used to alieviate the problems of global warming ,energy security and waste management. Biogas fuel production from blends of biological wastes such as pumpkin pod (P), cow(C) and swine(S) dung with maize bract (M) waste was understudied. The wastes were combined in the ratio of M: P (1:1), M:C(1:1), M:S (1:1) and M:P:C(1:1:2) and charged separately into biodigester of the same capacity (20.0L).

Data mining promises to discover actionable patterns to users. However, patterns generated from traditional association mining are often difficult to understand and put into action, thus cannot satisfy the needs of real world completely. Actionable patterns address that patterns are deemed actionable if the user can act upon them in her favor. Recent studies present combined association rule mining can help extract useful knowledge from learned single rules, but even in this case, there still exists some interesting rules which cannot be found out by combined association rule mining.

This study evaluated the feasibility of easily available substrates in solid state fermentation (SSF) for the production of protease by Bacillus sp. MPTK 712. The production parameters were optimized against incubation period, moisture content, initial pH, extraction medium, various carbons, nitrogen, and metal salts sources and optimum temperature of enzyme activity. It was found that green gram husk, 96 h, 30% moisture, 50C, arabinose, beef extract and ferrous sulphate influenced protease production.

This study was aimed to analyze six heavy metals such as Cu, Zn, Mg, Lb, Cd, Cr. Were estimated in sediments, shells, tissues of three gastropod Rapana rapiformis, Chicoreus virgineus, and Hemifusus pugilinus, and analyzed in AAS, We ensure that the heavy metals present in sediment is high concentration in this study area fallowed by tissue and shell of gastropod, tissue and shell has the homogeneity, samples Cr not present.

An alkaline serine protease producing strain was isolated from local soil samples and identified based on morphological and biochemical characteristics as Bacillus subtilis NR18. The enzyme was purified in three step procedure involving ammonium sulfate precipitation, followed by gel filtration and ion-exchange chromatography. Through the process 13.7-fold increase in purity with a specific activity of 283.1 U/mg proteins was obtained. The molecular weight of the purified enzyme was found to be 21 kDa by SDS-PAGE. The enzyme was most active at 500C and pH 9.0.

Utilization of fuel-wood as a source of energy is a major source of indoor air pollution in the study area. Two villages nearby Jhansi City have been selected for the study purpose. Indoor and outdoor air quality in both rural residential areas has been monitored in winter, summer and monsoon seasons. In has been observed in the study that at all the selected sites, the average concentrations of the SPM and RSPM are high in winter in comparison to the summer and monsoon season.

Quantitative and qualitative changes of haemolymph protein profile of S. litura was studied under the stress of subfractions isolated from S. lineare. The study was conducted at Entomolgy Research Institute, Loyola College, Chennai, India. Standard protcol was followed to estimate qualitative and quantitatiive changes of haemolymph protein. The estimation was done after fourth instar larvae of S. litura fed on castor leaves treated with 25, 50, 75 and 100ppm concentration of promising sub fractions II, III, IV and VI for 24h. Protein content in haemolymph of S.

Cu(II) - ninhydrin reagent is used to screen a variety of small peptides and amino acid derivatives by developing color on paper. Amino acids produce a pink color and their carboxyl derivatives produce a yellow color with this reagent. All compounds which produce a yellow color have been classified as Cu(II) - ninhydrin positive compounds. These compounds include amino acid esters, amino acid amides and small peptides containing upto 5 amino acids.

The present study was carried out to assess the impacts of industrial activities on the ground water quality in and around the Diamond cement industry, Madora, Jhansi. The quality was assessed in terms of hydro chemical parameters. Groundwater samples were collected from ten sites (bore wells) in and around industry throughout the six months.

This paper intends to assess the water quality with reference to drinking, agriculture and industrial uses in the ground water in Alangudi Taluk, Pudukkottai District. In this taluk has been evaluated by considering 50 water samples collected from bore wells. In this sampling was carried out using pre- cleaned polyethylene containers, this sampling analyzed the data collected from the Public Works Department (PWD), Ground Water Division (GWD), Thiruchirapalli, Tamilnadu, for the year 2010.

Seven medicinal plants of the family Asclepiadaceae were characterised for their free radical scavenging activity, total polyphenol and flavonoid contents. Antioxidant activity was determined by DPPH (1, 1-diphenyl-2-picryl- hydrazyl) assay method. There was direct correlation between polyphenol content and antioxidant activity (correlation coefficient R2 = 0.6557). IC50 value and total flavonoid content were strongly correlated (correlation coefficient R2 = 0.8337).

The process of oogenesis and egg shell formation in Haemonchus contortus, a blood sucking nematode parasite of small ruminants was studied. In the germinative zone, the oogonia having prominent nuclei and clear cytoplasm, divide mitotically and are arranged around a central anucleate tube like rachis which is not directly connected to the oogonia by their cytoplasmic extensions but sends out various branches in inter-oogonial spaces. In the growth zone of the ovary, the primary and secondary oocytes attain a substantial increase in size.

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