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14TH INTERNATIONAL

CONFERENCE
on
“Global Advancement In Engineering,
Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities”
(IC-GAEMPSH-2019)
Date: 19-20 January 2019
Venue: Mathura Devi Group of Institutions,
Indore, MP, India
First edition, 2019
Price: 490/-
Size: A4
ISBN : 978-93-88746-00-7

Copyrights © 2019
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by
any electronic or mechanical means without the written permission from the
editor and the concerned authors.

Publisher:
Dr. Reshu Jain, Publisher & Editor in Chief, JRF under Research
Foundation (registered under the government of India society acts, 1973),
India

Web: http://jrfpublication.springer.co.in

Year: 2019

Publisher’s address:
JRF Corporate Office, K 185, Ground Floor, SaritaVihar, New Delhi, India –
110076. Contact: +91-8770234905
Acknowledgement
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all the authors, researchers
and reviewers, who provided their detail research and views for IC-
GAEMPSH-2019”.
I would like to thank my family, who supported and encouraged me in
spite of all the time it took me away from them. This conference could see the
light of day due to generous support from the WFST.
The readers and beneficiaries vary from academicians, professional
engineers and scientists, to undergraduate and graduate students from all over
the country.
MESSAGE

On behalf of the program board, I would like to welcome you in the


14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering,
Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January
2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with
Research Foundation of India.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.
Mr. Rameshwar Patel
Chairman Ex. Board, MDGI, Indore
Ex. Minister MP Govt.

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 1


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

On behalf of the program board, I would like to welcome you in the


14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering,
Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January
2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with
Research Foundation of India.

I must congratulate the organisers for selecting a very important topic for
the conference.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Mrs. Sanchita Patel


Chairperson,
MDGI, Indore

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 2


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

It is a matter of great pleasure to know that the Mathura Devi Group


of Institutions, Indore is organising an International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of
Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India. I
must congratulate the organisers for selecting a very important topic for the
conference.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Mr. Radheshyam Patel


Mentor and Group Director
MDGI, Indore

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 3


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
Rosenberg Europäische Akademie für Ayurveda

MESSAGE

It is a matter of great pleasure to know that the Mathura Devi Group


of Institutions, Indore is organising an International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of
Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India. I
must congratulate the organisers for selecting a very important topic for the
conference.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.
Dr. S.N. Gupta
Head, Academic advisory board
Rosenberg Europäische Akademie für Ayurveda,Germany

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 4


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

It is a matter of great pleasure to know that the Mathura Devi Group


of Institutions, Indore is organising an International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of
Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India. I
must congratulate the organisers for selecting a very important topic for the
conference.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.
Dr. Archna Thakur
Joint Secretary
University Grant Commission, New Delhi

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 5


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
World Federation of Science & Technology
www.wfst.org

502 California,San Francisco,CA, 94104, US

MESSAGE

It is a matter of great pleasure to know that the Mathura Devi Group


of Institutions, Indore is organising an International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of
Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India. I
must congratulate the organisers for selecting a very important topic for the
conference.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.
Dr. AKAOSE PRINCEWILL
University Of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 6


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am happy to discuss that the Mathura Devi Group of Institutions,


Indore is Organizing 14th International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions
,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The alumni of RFI spread across the globe have made not only their alma
mater, but the country proud through their achievements. The RFI Alumni
Conclave is an opportune occasion to recognize their contributions. I am
sure that the Conclave shall provide an opportunity for the alumni to
network with one another and connect with the younger generation.

I extend my warm greetings and felicitations to the organizers and the


participants and wish the Conclave all success.

Dr. Kuldeep Ojha,


Lecturer at UWI St. Augustine

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 7


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
(For Higher Education)
Head Officve: K -185 Ground Floor SaritaVihar, New Delhi 110076
www.researchfoundationofindia.com ,

MESSAGE

I welcome you in the 14th International Conference on “Global


Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions
,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The IC provides a forum for the discussion of advances in recent research in


the field of structural mechanics used for design, analyses and assessment
of materials loaded in operation conditions, for lifetime management of
nuclear power plant components Specialists can exchange updated
experiences with each other in the areas of seismic analyses, reliability,
probability, inspection, maintenance, aging, life extension, damage of
materials, inspection decommissioning, waste management, etc.

On behalf of the Executive Committee of RFI, I wish to thank all the authors,
invited lecturers, session chairman, members of the International Scientific
Committee, National coordinators and numerous others who helped to
shape the content of this conference. I should like to thank to all, whose
administrative and organizational works were the prerequisite for a
successful conference.

Thank you for joining me at this momentous occasion. Enjoy the Prague,
take and give knowledge.

Prof. Dr. Sourabh Jain,


Chairman
Research Foundation of India
Vice President India Chapter- World Federation of Science & Technology

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 8


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am happy to know that a Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore


is organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Mr. Aatmdeep
State Information Commissioner of MP

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 9


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am happy to know that a Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore


is organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Shri S.K Das (IPS)


Former DGP, MP, Govt
Advisor, LNCT, Group , Indore

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 10


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am glad to know that a Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore is


Organizing 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Dr. Nipun Silawat


Principal Scientist,
Madhya Pradesh Council for Science & Technology, Bhopal

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 11


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

The Organising Secretary is happy to know that a Mathura Devi


Group of Institutions, Indore is Organizing 14th International Conference
on “Global Advancement In Engineering, Management,
Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura
Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in collaboration with Research
Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of India has
shaped itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Prof. Dr. Ashok Kumar Gupta


Organising Secretary, IC-GAEMPSH-2019
Director, MDGI, Indore
South Asian Country Chapter Head-RFI

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 12


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

It gives me immense pleasure to know that Research Foundation of


India and World Federation of Science & Technology, India Chapter is
organizing 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore .

I congratulate the organizers for choosing a very important and relevant


theme for deliberation. The scope and role of multidisciplinary research for
achievement of excellence in higher education and industry in development
has been one of the most long-lasting puzzles for both development
practitioners and researchers nationally and Internationally. While several
related ideas have been promulgated and experimented with, there still
exists a vast scope for testing the established ones and exploration of the
newer approaches and paradigms.

I extend my greetings and good wishes to the organizers for the successful
event.

Dr. Kailash Srivastava,


Vice Chancellor Symbiosis
University of Applied Sciences (SUAS),

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 13


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

On behalf of the program, I would like to welcome you in the 14th


International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering,
Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January
2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with
Research Foundation of India.

I trust that the Conference will not only provide a useful forum to the
participants to share their expertise for extending collaboration in all fields
but will also be professionally beneficial to them. It will also help introduce
the School to the international community and familiarize the participants
with its current work for advanced studies and research.

I compliment the RFI & WFST for holding the moot and wish success to the
conference.

Dr. Sunil K. Somani


Vice Chancellor
Medicaps University, Indore

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 14


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

It gives me immense pleasure to know that Research Foundation of


India is organizing 14th International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of
Institutions, Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

Participation from successful entrepreneurs and industry leaders at the


Conclave, would act as a guiding light to the enterprising youth, who would
be soon embarking on their career paths. I am happy to note that
Entrepreneurship Summit, Leadership Lectures and Innovation Exhibition
are being organized as a part of Conclave.

I am sure that the Conclave will share the vision and the ideas of alumni to
transform RFI into the world class Association and will provide the vital
connect between alumni, academia and the talented student community of
the India.
I extend my warm greetings to the alumni.

Dr. Upinder Dhar,


Vice Chancellor
Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya (Indore) MP

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 15


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore


is organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas
shaped itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Prof. (Dr.) Ashok Kumar Gwal,


VC - AISECT, University,Bhopal , MP

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 16


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
www.researhfoundationofindia.com

MESSAGE

I am happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore


is organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Mr. Parivesh Sakalle


Regulatory Compliance Manager
Sanofi US, Cambridge, MA, US

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 17


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
www.researhfoundationofindia.com

MESSAGE

I am happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore is


organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Daksha Gupta
Boston, MA, USA

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 18


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am Happy to know that MDGI is organizing a 14th International


Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, Management,
Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” 2019 on 19-20 January 2019 At
Mathura Devi Group of Institutions ,Indore in collaboration with Research
Foundation of India.

Participation from successful entrepreneurs and industry leaders at the


Conclave, would act as a guiding light to the enterprising youth, who would
be soon embarking on their career paths. I am happy to note that
Entrepreneurship Summit, Leadership Lectures and Innovation Exhibition
are being organized as a part of Conclave.

I am sure that the Conclave will share the vision and the ideas of alumni to
transform RFI into the world class Association and will provide the vital
connect between alumni, academia and the talented student community of
the India.
I extend my warm greetings to the alumni.

Ajay Gupta
DGM, NTPC, Noida

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 19


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

It gives me immense pleasure to know that MDGI is organizing a 14th


International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering,
Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” 2019 on 19-20
January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

Participation from successful entrepreneurs and industry leaders at the


Conclave, would act as a guiding light to the enterprising youth, who would
be soon embarking on their career paths. I am happy to note that
Entrepreneurship Summit, Leadership Lectures and Innovation Exhibition
are being organized as a part of Conclave.

I am sure that the Conclave will share the vision and the ideas of alumni to
transform RFI into the world class Association and will provide the vital
connect between alumni, academia and the talented student community of
the India.
I extend my warm greetings to the alumni.

Dr. Amit Singh Rathore


Group Director & Professor, OKGEI, Kota, Raj.,India

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 20


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

It is a matter of great pleasure to know that the Mathura Devi Group


of Institutions, Indore is organising an International Conference on “Global
Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And
Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 AtMathura Devi Group of Institutions
,Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India. I must
congratulate the organisers for selecting a very important topic for the
conference.

No doubt, the present era of academic programmes at national and


international levels is the era of multidisciplinary research to search and
hence to enhance the quality of life of the society towards its betterment. In
this context I hope, the outcomes of this international conference by the
learned delegates would be a milestone for the administrators, planners,
scientists and other social scientists in the areas of their works/research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Dr. Amit Soni


Department of EE,
Manipal University, Jaipur, Rajathan

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 21


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
www.researhfoundationofindia.com

MESSAGE

I am happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore is


organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” 2019
on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Dr. Priyadarshini Agnihotri


Madhya Pradesh, Chapter Head –RFI
Conference Chair – IC-GAEMPSH-2019

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 22


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
www.researhfoundationofindia.com

MESSAGE

I am glad to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore is


Organizing 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Prof. N.P. Gandhi


Int. Country Chief Advisor, RFI

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 23


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore


is organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of India has shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Dr. Shilpi Mehta


Director, MDIM , Indore
Co-Convenor, IC-GAEMPSH-2019

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 24


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

The Convenor is happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of


Institutions, Indore is Organizing 14th International Conference on
“Global Advancement In Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science
And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of
Institutions , Indore in collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas
shaped itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Prof. Dr. Amit Modi


Principal, MDIP, Indore
Convenor – IC-GAEMPSH-2019

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 25


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
MESSAGE

I am Glad to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore is


Organizing 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of India has
shaped itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

Prof. Lalit Makhan Mishra


Principal, Vidyasagar Institute of Technology, Indore

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 26


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
www.researhfoundationofindia.com

MESSAGE

I am happy to know that MDGI is organising 14th International


Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, Management,
Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019 At Mathura
Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in collaboration with Research
Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

Prof. Ajay Jain


Indore Chapter Head –RFI
Conference Director – IC-GAEMPSH-2019

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 27


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
www.researhfoundationofindia.com

MESSAGE

I am happy to know that Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore


is organising 14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In
Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-
20 January 2019 At Mathura Devi Group of Institutions , Indore in
collaboration with Research Foundation of India.

The role of basic sciences in the development of modern technologies is


widely accepted. In advanced economies, it was abundant practical skills,
based on scientific knowledge and technologies that rendered industrial
output and economic growth which the world had not seen in the past.
Without any doubt, behind the industrial and economic miracles were the
rapid advances in basic sciences and none among them is more important
than Research.Over the years, the Research Foundation of Indiahas shaped
itself as one of the finest Association of excellence in Research.

I am pleased to convey the greetings and good wishes for a successful


International conference.

Dr. Piyush Soni


Hydrabad Chapter Head –RFI

14th International Conference on “Global Advancement In Engineering, 28


Management, Pharmacy, Science And Humanities” on 19-20 January 2019
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Reg. No. Name Title

RFI-MDGI-6342- Bui Phuong Loan Impact Of Buddhism


2019-098 Through Thien Tradition : A
Review

RFI-MDGI-6342- Osama Ben Rajab Practice And Strategy For


2019-099 Achieving The Health Change

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ariyaka Niastya Squamous Cell Carcinoma Of


2019-100 Prihandana The Palate: Second Case
Report

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sunil Patidar, FORMULATION, OPTIMIZATION


2019-101 Modi Amit, Dixit AND EVALUATION OF BILAYER
MATRIX TABLET OF
Rupali, Sunita Patidar,
LORNOXICAM
Pankaj Pandey

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof Lalit Makhan A REVIEW PAPER ON- “SAFETY


2019-102 Mishra, DEVICES USED TO OPTIMIZE
Dr. G.S. Sharma GAP BETWEEN PLATFORM AND
TRAIN TO CONTROL ACCIDENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Pratik Dhatrak EVALUATION OF CENTRIFUGAL


2019-103 Jagdeesh Saini BLOWER IMPELLER FOR
ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Anwar Hasan Khan A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE


2019-104 Praveen Tripathi BASED INTELLIGENT SYSTEM
IN AI AND PERSONALISATION
Veedhi Jain
OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLEGENCE
IN MOBILE WEB

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mukesh Sharma LOWER EXHAUST GAS


2019-105 Satish Kumar TEMPERATURE IN BS-VI
VEHICLES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. (Miss) Ankita A STUDY ON FACULTY


2019-106 Sharma ENGAGEMENT OF SHRI
VAISHNAV VIDYAPEETH
VISHWAVIDYALAYA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rekha Sharma STRATEGY TOWARDS TUNING


2019-107 THE EMISSION BEHAVIOUR OF
STAR SHAPED
TETRAPHENYLETHENE
SUBSTITUTED TRUXENES
RFI-MDGI-6342- Kamlesh Deware DESIGN AND
2019-109 IMPLEMENTATION OF FINFET
STRUCTURE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Pratibha gupta APPLICATION OF MATHS IN


2019-110 REAL LIFE

A MATHEMATICAL MODEL ON
RFI-MDGI-6342- Pradeep K Joshi STOCHASTIC BEHAVIOR OF A
2019-111 Chitaranjan Sharma SINGLE UNIT REPAIRABLE
D.S.Sharma SYSTEM WITH RANDOM
FAILURE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Atul Bhatore "PRIORITIZATION OF RURAL


2019-112 ROADS FOR MAINTENANCE"

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sumeet Dwivedi EVALUATION OF QUALITY


2019-113 Satyaendra Shrivasta PARAMETERS AND
P.K. Dubey STANDARDIZATION
TECHNIQUES FOR FEW
ENDANGERED MEDICINAL
PLANTS OF MALWA REGION OF
MADHYA PRADESH

RFI-MDGI-6342- Gaurav Kumar Singh INTRODUCTION OF LNG IN CV


2019-114 Satish Kumar INDUSTRY: AN ECO-FRIENDLY
CRYOGENIC FUEL FOR
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rewaram Verma DESIGN CONFIGURATIONS,


2019-115 Dr. Vinod Kumar Nema IMPROVEMENT METHODS AND
Dr. K.R.Aharwal APPLICATIONS OF SOLAR AIR
HEATER

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sweta Kulkarni QUALIFICATION OF


2019-117 Deepika Bairagee AUTOSAMPLER DISSOLUTION
TEST APPARATUS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Deepika Bairagee DISEASES CAUSING AIR


2019-119 Ajit Varma POLLUTANT, ITS DETECTION
AND MEASUREMENT BY USING
Sweta Kulkarnai
DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Asst.Prof. Vandana PLANT TISSUE CULTURE


2019-120 Badole TECHNIQUES OF BANANA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Asst. Prof. Sapna NUTRITIONAL AND MEDICINAL


2019-121 Pandey STUDIES ON BETAL LEAVES

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- eukst i.M~;k ^^fgUnh dh oSf'od mM+ku vkSj ik¡[ksa


2019-122 iznku djrh izkS|ksfxdh vkSj fgUnh
flus n`f"V**
RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- vydk jLrksxh xzkeh.k fodkl esa lwpuk vkSj lapkj
2019-123 çkS|ksfxdh dh Hkwfedk ¼xzkeh.k cktkj vkSj
foKkiu ds fo'ks"k lanHkZ es½a

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Gunjan Agrawal A SURVEY ON THE “VISION OF


2019-124 CLOUD COMPUTING – ITS
REFERENTIAL ARCHITECTURE
, CHARACTERISTICS AND
APPLICATIONS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Pallavi Joshi A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON


2019-125 BIG DATA AND OTHER
TECHNOLOGIES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Abhishek Soni, APPLICATION OF CFD IN


2019-126 Praveen Jha PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF
SHELL AND TUBE HEAT
EXCHANGER

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sanjay Soni ROLE OF STUDENT


2019-127 Dr.B.K.Chorasia ATTENDANCE FOR QUALITY
SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER
Dr.Abhishek Soni
TECHNICAL EDUCATION

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shelendra Kumar STUDIES ON IN-VITRO


2019-128 Manglavat BIODEGRADATION OF
Deepak Kumar Gupta POLYMERS IN THE PRESENCE
OF NANOPARTICLES IMPROVE
MICROORGANISM SOIL

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shreya Namdev TO MAINTAIN POWER SYSTEM


2019-129 Neha Namdev STABILITY BY USING PSS
CONTROLLER

RFI-MDGI-6342- Pankaj Kumar Pandey FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT


2019-130 Amit Modi AND CHARACTERIZATION OF
Ashish K. Parashar LIPOSOMAL HYDROGEL FOR
THE TREATMENT OF
Rupali Dixit ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT
S.C.Chaturvedi PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Nikita Dwivedi A STUDY OF GREEN


2019-131 Ankita Bhardwaj MARKETING: FACTORSCAN
Aarti Choudhary LEAD INDIA IN GREEN
MARKETING GLOBALLY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Kapish Kapoor VIRTUAL SCREENING AND


2019-132 ADME STUDIES OF TRIAZEPINE
ANALOGUES AS A POTENTIAL
INHIBITOR OF DPP-4 AND
ALDOSE REDUCTASE IN
TREATMENT OF TYPE 2
DIABETES MELLITUS
RFI-MDGI-6342- Anurag Agrawa FABRICATION AND
2019-133 TRIBOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF
SISAL FIBRE REINFORCED
POLYSTER COMPOSITE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. D.K.Joshi TRANSCRITICAL CO2


2019-134 Prof. Dr. Ashok Kumar REFRIGERATION CYCLE WITH
Gupta EJECTOR- A STUDY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Sarika Jindal ROLE OF MICROFINANCE


2019-135 Namit shukla TOWARDS WOMEN
EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rajit Ram Singh RECENT ADVANCES IN


2019-136 Ajay Kumar Singh NANOTECHNOLOGY
Vinay Kumar Singh

RFI-MDGI-6342- Deepak Kumar Gupta DEVELOPMENT OF POLY


2019-137 Manohar Chouhan HERBAL MOSQUITO
Shelendra Mangalawat REPELLENT
Revathi A. Gupta

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shelendra Kumar EFFECT OF


2019-138 Manglavat FLUOROCHEMICALS TO
Deepak Kumar Gupta IMPROVE LIPID PRODUCTION
IN MARINE MICROALGAE FOR
BIODIESEL PRODUCTION

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Shikha Agrawal A COMPARATIVE STUDY


2019-139 BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE
EMPLOYEES ON PEOPLE
MANAGEMENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mr. Sanjay K. Mishra DEVELOPMENT AND


2019-140 Gupta M. K CHARACTERIZATION OF
Jain N. K FLOATING MICROSPHERES
BASED DRUG DELIVERY
SYSTEM FOR EFFECTIVE
MANAGEMENT OF PEPTIC
ULCER

RFI-MDGI-6342- Anshul Tiwari CLUSTERING BASED


2019-141 Sonal Singhai APPROACH FOR ANNOTATION
BASED SEARCH FROM WEB
DATABASES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rubina Pathan “A STUDY OF STUDENT’S


2019-142 PERCEPTION FOR DIFFERENT
BRANDS OF LAPTOPS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
INDORE CITY”

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shweta Meshram TO STUDY JOB SATISFACTION


2019-143 AMONG TEACHERS WORKING
IN PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE
OF INDORE CITY
RFI-MDGI-6342- Ms. Anjali Madhwani COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF
2019-144 ESTEEM OF WORKING AND
NON WORKING WOMEN

RFI-MDGI-6342- Devesh Kishore DESIGN AND


2019-145 Mukta Sahu IMPLEMENTATION OF LEVEL
Shikha Srivastava SHIFTER USING 32NM FINFET
TECHNOLOGY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Dilip Sharma COMPARISONS OF BER AND


2019-146 K Demosin Singh FER OF DIFFERENT
MODULATION METHODS FOR
5G MOBILE COMMUNICATION

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr Dhanraj Verma EXTREME PROGRAMMING:


2019-147 Saurabh Parikh VALUES, PRINCIPLES,
PRACTICES AND USE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Chetan Nagar SMART VEHICLE PARKING


2019-148 Dr. Nitesh Vyas SYSTEM BASED ON INTERNET
OF THINGS (IOT)

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- losZ'k O;kl jk"Vªh; o`)koLFkk is’a ku ;kstuk & ,d


2019-149 fo'ys"k.kkRed v/;;u
HR HEALTH AND WELFARE
RFI-MDGI-6342- Mrs. (Prof.) Nisha MEASURES IN TEXTILE
2019-150 Pathak INDUSTRY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Mahesh Gupta IMPACT OF MERGER AND


2019-151 Prof. Jaikishan Sahu ACQUISITION ON
FINANCIALPERFORMANCE OF
SBI & ASSOCIATE BANKS
(WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
STATE BANK OF INDORE &
STATE BANK OF SAURASHTRA)

RFI-MDGI-6342- Neha Sahu THE REVOLUTION IN ONLINE


2019-152 Barkha Agrawal FOOD SERVICES: A
PERCEPTUAL STUDY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Basanti Bamaniya A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF


2019-153 Vivek B. Sathe KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE
Ajay Kumar Sahani OF BALANCED DIET AMONG
PLAYERS OF SELECTED TEAM
GAME

RFI-MDGI-6342- Suprajnya Thakur THREE DIMENSIONAL


2019-154 CHARACTERIZATIONS OF
NAPHTHALENE DERIVATIVES
AS LIGAND FOR CU++
COMPLEXES IN REFERENCE
TO ΛM

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rashmi Jain RURAL TOURISM : AS A


2019-155 STRATEGY OF RURAL
DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Vasudev Mishra AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON


2019-156 Ms.Meena Prajapat THE IMPACT OF GST ON THE
NAMKEEN BUSINESS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
INDORE CITY
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Manoj Jain POWER TRANSMISSION AND
2019-157 Prof. Sheetal Arora DISTRIBUTION LOSSES IN
INDIA- A STUDY REPORT

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- liuk xqIrk ve`rjk; ds miU;klksa esa izse lEcU/kh


2019-158 n`f"Vdks.k

RFI-MDGI-6342- vfLerk tSu e/;izn's k —f"k {ks= esa ^^oLrq ,oa lsok
2019-159 MkW- fo'kky iqjksfgr dj^^ dk izHkko % ,d v/;;u

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Sangita Bharukha A STUDY OF FINANCIAL


2019-160 Indira Dixit PERFORMANCE OF PRINT
MEDIA WITH SPECIAL
REFERENCE TO DAINIK
BHASKAR

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- iq"isUnz pkSjs e/;izn’s k jkT; esa vk;ksftr fuos’kd


2019-161 MkW- ek/kqjh iqjkf.kd lEesyu & ,d fo'ys"k.k

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- izxfr ckQuk e-iz-esa y?kq m|ksx ds fodkl esa LVsV
2019-162 izks- uhrk tSu cSad vkWQ bafM;k dk ;ksxnku

RFI-MDGI-6342- Deepika Kasera A STUDY ON PERCEPTION OF


2019-163 CUSTOMERS TOWARDS
ONLINE SHOPPING IN UJJAIN
& DEWAS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Umesh Kumbhalkar HARDWARE BASED ENERGY


2019-164 Dr. Sharad Gangele SAVING TECHNIQUE IN
WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

RFI-MDGI-6342- Anwar Hasan Khan A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE


2019-165 Praveen Tripathi BASED INTELLIGENT SYSTEM
Vidhi Jain IN AI AND PERSONALISATION
OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
IN MOBILE WEB

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Sandhya Gupta ON VARIOUS PROPERTIES OF


2019-166 Δ-LINDELӦF SPACES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Deepak Kumar Gupta A REVIEW ON PLANT


2019-167 Manohar Chouhan ESSENTIAL OILS AS MOSQUITO
Shelendra Mangalawat REPELLENT
Revathi Gupta

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Priyanka AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON


2019-168 Vijayvargiya IMPACT OF MARKETING
STRATEGIES BY MOBILE
OPERATORS ON CUSTOMERS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rupali Partani FORMULATION AND


2019-169 Deepak Birla EVALUATION OF
Jayanti Mukherjee NANOPARTICLES BASED
TOPICAL GEL FORMULATION
OF PARACETAMOL
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Rajendra Jain A STUDY OF DISTRIBUTION OF
2019-170 Prof. Pama Jain HOUSING LOAN BY BANK
UNDER CHIEF MINISTER
RURAL HOUSING MISSION

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Neha Jain WORKING WOMEN BEHAVIOUR


2019-171 TOWARDS INVESTMENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- izks- ehuk vtesjk O;fDrxr _.k ;kstukvksa dh izo`fRRk;ksa


2019-172 MkW- vkHkk flag dk fo'ys"k.kkRed v/;;u

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rajendra Jain MARKET POTENTIAL OF WATER


2019-173 Prof. Madhvi Panchal PURIFIER INDUSTRIES IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rajendra Singh AN INVESTIGATION TO THE


2019-174 Prof. Ajay Malpani BREACH TO INFORMATION
SECURITY

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- la/;k tSu vkfnoklh efgyk,¡ % fLFkfr o fodkl


2019-175 dh vksj c<+rs dne

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Arpana Bharani A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF


2019-176 DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES OF
STEGANOGRAPHY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Anjali Mishra FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT


2019-177 Modi Amit AND EVALUATION OF BILAYER
Pandey Pankaj K MATRIX TABLET OF
IBUPROFEN
Dixit Rupali
Patidar Sunil

RFI-MDGI-6342- Patidar Preetibala EVALUATION OF


2019-178 Singune Shantilal HEPATOPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY
OF TUBERS OF
Modi Amit
CORALLOCARPUS EPIGAEUS
Bele D.
Patidar Sunita

RFI-MDGI-6342- Patidar Sunita FORMULATION AND


2019-179 Modi Amit EVALUTION OF IN-SITU GEL
CONTAINING AMOXICILLIN
Patidar Sunil
HYDROCHLORIDE IN THE
Dixit Rupali TREATMENT OF
PERIODONTITIS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Modi Amit FORMULATION AND


2019-180 Dixit Rupali EVALUATION OF FAST
Patidar Sunil DISSOLVING TABLETS OF
DICLOFENAC SODIUM AND
Patidar Sunita KETOROLAC USING
Pandey Pankaj DIFFERENT
SUPERDISINTIGRANTS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sourabh D Jain SYNTHESIS AND


2019-181 Kapil M Agrawal ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION
OF SOME NOVEL
Atul A Shirkhedkar
FLUOROQUINOLONE
Sanjay J Surana DERIVATIVES
RFI-MDGI-6342- Smruti Sohani APPLICATIONS OF MORINGA
2019-182 Rajendra Saxena OLEIFERA SEEDS EXTRACT IN
WATER TREATMENT: A REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dixit Rupali FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT


2019-183 Modi Amit AND EVALUATION OF
Patidar Sunita EFFERVESCENT TABLET OF
ESOMEPRAZOL AND
Patidar Sunil ACECLOFENAC

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mr. Kamlesh Mali TEXT SUMMARIZATION


2019-184 Mr. Mukul Sharma
Mr. Shailendra Tiwari

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mr. Satish Patel AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ON


2019-185 Dr. Shilpi Mehta STUDENTS PERCEPTION AND
SATISFACTION TOWARDS MBA
Ms. Shweta Meshram
EDUCATION IN INDORE CITY
Ms. Deepika Kasera

RFI-MDGI-6342- Poornima chauhan BIM USES IN INDIA &


2019-186 Neha Balkhnde TRADITIONAL DESIGN
SOFTWARE’S USES IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Sanjay Bhandole A REVIEW PAPER ON-


2019-187 Prof. Lalit Makhan “AUTOMOTIVE REGENERATIVE
Mishra BRAKING SYSTEM FOR
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TO
Prof. Ajay Kumar Singh OPERATE BRAKING AND
PARKING LIGHT”

RFI-MDGI-6342- Bharti Verma EVALUATION OF ANTI-ANXIETY


2019-188 Dr. Vijay Patel ACTIVITY AND MOTOR-
COORDINATION POTENTIAL OF
OCIMUM SANCTUM SEEDS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Khan Rameez FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT


2019-189 Vishwakarma Shivani & EVALUATION OF
Khan Mohd.Faarooq LEFLUNOMIDE HYDROGEL
FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
Gupta A. Revathi
Bhardwaj Rita

RFI-MDGI-6342- Jaiswal Shikha FORMULATION AND


2019-190 Rathore Megha EVALUATION OF
Dr. Vimukta Sharma NANOMICELLE GEL BY USING
CASSIA FISTULA LEAVES – A
REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Deepak K Birla PRELIMINARY


2019-191 Sourabh D Jain PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING
AND IN-VITRO ANTI-MICROBIAL
Deepti Mishra
EVALUATION OF BOERHAAVIA
Jayanti Mukherjee DIFFUSA
Vimukta Sharma

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ruchi Mundra A STUDY ON COST OF


2019-192 MARKETING OF CASH CROP IN
NEEMUCH DISTRICT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Narendra Chouhan RHIZOSPHERE EFFECT ON


2019-193 Upasana Mishra THE AVAILABILITY OF
Artika Singh PHOSPHORUS TO THE CROPS
Kushwaha
FORMULATION AND IN-VITRO
RFI-MDGI-6342- Manohar Chouhan EVALUATION OF METFORMIN
2019-194 Deepak k. Gupta HYDROCHLORIDE ORALLY
DISINTEGRATING TABLETS
Dr.Raju choukse
CONTAINING OCIMUM
Dr.R.K Maheshawari AMERICANUM LINN. NATURAL
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Manohar Chouhan FORMULATION AND


2019-195 Deepak k. Gupta EVALUATION OF CELECOXIB
Dr.Raju choukse DISPERSIBLE TABLETS
CONTAINING NATURAL
Dr.R.K. Maheshawari DISINTEGRATING AGENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Jitendra Chouhan A STUDY OF CONSUMER


2019-196 PREFERENCE AND
SATISFACTION TOWARDS
FOOD RESTAURANT IN INDORE
(SELECTED CONSUMER FOR
LOWER MIDDLE SEGMENT)

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Sandeep Tare STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING


2019-197 Dr.Avinash Desai PROCESS: HOW EFFECTIVE
FOR A START-UP ?

RFI-MDGI-6342- Vinay Kumar Singh SUPER DMU REVIEW:


2019-198 Rajit Ram Singh PRODUCT DESIGN AND
Ajay Kumar Singh DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE
OPTIMIZATION

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sandhya Bageria PHOTOLYSIS OF FLUORENE


2019-199 Shubha Jain AND SUBSTITUTED FLUORENE
IN LIGHT OF THE EFFECT OF
POLARITY AND POSITION OF
SUBSTITUENTS IN FLUORENE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rachna Kumari STATUS OF GIRLS EDUCATION


2019-200 IN IRBA A VILLAGE LEVEL
STUDY OF RANCHI DISTRICT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mandeep Bhardwaj GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE


2019-201 Dr. Manisha OF ORGANIC FARMING IN
INDIA: WHAT COULD BE THE
FUTURE PROSPECTS?

RFI-MDGI-6342- Artika Singh EFFECTS OF INNOVATIVE


2019-202 Kushwaha FARMING PRACTICES ON THE
Upasna Mishra GROWTH OF CROPS RELATED
TO THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE
Narendra Chouhan CHANGE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Surendra Kumar TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM


2019-203 Srivastava FOR OPTIMIZATION OF FOUR
VARIABLES
Waikhom Rojen Singh

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rupesh Mittal CYBER SECURITY AND


2019-204 Dr. Ajay Soni MANAGEMENT: RULES,
REGULATIONS AND
AWARENESS TO USE SOCIAL
MEDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Sangita DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION –


2019-205 Maheshwari LEADS INDIA TO LEAD THE
WORLD
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Manoj Songara ROLE OF INFORMATION AND
2019-206 Alok Anand Jha COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGIES IN BUSINESS
SUCCESS OF WOMEN
ENTREPRENEURS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
INDORE CITY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Syed Razia Sultana ONLINE SHOPPING: A STUDY


2019-207 OF THE FACTORS
INFLUENCING ONLINE
PURCHASE OF ELECTRONIC
PRODUCTS IN INDORE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Amber Kumar Dwivedi


INVESTIGATION ON SURFACE
2019-208 Chandan Chopra
HARDENING OF MILD STEEL
Abhishek Singh BY CARBURIZING DIFFUSION
Naman Kumar Gandhi PROCESS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sunil Rathore STUDY ON COMPUTER


2019-209 Vikram Sing NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC)
Imran Patel MACHINES OF CUT OFF
Anand Kushwah HOLDER
Pritsh Paliwal

RFI-MDGI-6342- Khunwar Ritu IMPACT OF LIBRARY


2019-210 Parmar Bhuri Bhavna AUTOMATION AND DIGITAL
Borasi Bharti LIBRARY IN CURRENT ERA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Devendra Singh


BIG DATA ANALYSIS WITH
2019-211 Kaushal CLUSTERING METHODS
Tarun Joshi
Hemant Gupta

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shivani Soni


2019-212 Arti J. Majumdar FORMULATION AND
Neelesh Malviya EVALUATION OF SUSTAINED
RELEASE TABLET OF
Amit Modi
DILTIAZEM
WATER QUALITY STATUS OF
RFI-MDGI-6342- Arun Kumar Singh SOME URBAN PONDS OF
2019-213 Krishan Kumar AGRA, UTTAR PRADESH

RFI-MDGI-6342-
fl[k /keZ % [kylk iaFk vkSj xq:
MkW- xhrk flag
2019-214 xksfoUn flag th ds fopkj
vatw jkuh

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Manju Choudhary "EFFECT OF RESIDENTIAL


2019-215 Manju Saharan ENVIRONMENT ON CULTURAL
CAPITAL BENEFITS AMONGST
EASTERN PROVINCE TRIBAL
STUDENTS"

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Harmender Singh EXCHANGE RATES MOVEMENT


2019-216 Saluja, AND BANKEX INDEXRETURNS:
A STUDY OF INDIAN STOCK
Dr. Deepak Agrawal
MARKET
RFI-MDGI-6342- Savey Sachi DISASTER MANAGEMENT: AS A
2019-217 SOCIAL
VULNERABILITY ASPECT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Amit Singh Rathore “MANAGEMENT” BEHIND A


2019-218 HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT: A REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Dev Dutta Indoria COMPARISION ANALYSIS OF


2019-219 CAREER SUCCESS IN
OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE
PERSPECTIVE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. K. Devi MULTIDIMENSIONAL STUDIES


2019-220 BEHIND DISCIPLINARY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Amit Gupta THE ANOTHER SIDES OF


2019-221 INTERORGANIZATIONAL
RELATIONSHIPS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Atul Dubey A HIERARCHICAL APPROACH


2019-222 IN SOCIOMETRIC STATUS AND
PEER CONTROL

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. B.P. Jinturkar RIBOSOMAL TRANSLOCATION:


2019-223 WORK AS A MOLECULAR
MACHINE

Prof. Ajay Jain


RFI-MDGI-6342- INTRODUCTION OF
2019-224 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Anil Mishra AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW AND


2019-225 RESEARCH AGENDA OF
INTERORGANIZATIONAL
CONNECTIONS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Khushboo Jain POLITICAL PARTY AFFILIATION


2019-226 BY THE PRESIDENT MAJORITY
AND MINORITY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. B.P. Jinturkar AN ANLYSIS AND FUNCTION OF


2019-227 RIBOSOME IN ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sourabh Kumar Jain PERFORMANCE COMPARISON


2019-228 AND IMPROVEMENT OF
POWER QUALITY BY
DSTATCOM
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rajiv Sinha CONCENTRATION OF NANO-
2019-229 SIZED OBJECTS IN PLASMA
MATERIAL

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ajay Kumar Mishra IMPACT OF SOLAR PANELS ON


2019-230 POWER QUALITY
DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof (Dr.) Ashok Kumar USE OF COMPUTER IN SPIRAL


2019-231 Gupta BEVEL GEAR DESIGN AND
DEVELOPMENT - GENERATION
AND SIMULATION OF MESHING
AND TOOTH CONTACT
ANALYSIS (TCA)

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Nisha Joshi A REVIEW ON GLOBAL YOGA


2019-232 RESEARCH A SCIENTIFIC
ASSESSMENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Mousumi A GATEWAY OF ECONOMIC


2019-233 Chaudhari EMPOWERMENT OF
JHARKHAND TRIBALS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Dr. Ramesh EXTRACTION OF PHENOL


2019-234 Kumar N. Patel FROM MOROCCAN GRAPE
POMADE: A BRIEF STUDY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Suresh Chand Jain ECONOMICAL STUDY IN A


2019-236 DEVELOPING INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Amit Kumar A CASE ON IMAGINATION


2019-237 Chandanan APPROACH BASED ON DSP

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Somil Jain EVIDENCE OF DISEASE


2019-238 Dr. Sweeti Jain PROCESS: THE CONTINUUM OF
DENTAL CARIES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rubvita Chadha Rajput INTERNET BANKING AND E-


2019-239 COMMERCE: A REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Hemant Amhia DESIGN OF AN IMPROVED


2019-240 NONLINEAR STABILITY OF
POWER SYSTEM

RFI-MDGI-6342- Lakshmi Barkade A NEW CONCEPT OF


2019-242 EFFICIENT QCA DIGITAL LOGIC
DESIGN
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Priyadarshini INTEGRATATION OF
2019-243 Agnihotri GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
RESOURCES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mallika Jain VARIATIONS OF MINIMIZATION


2019-244 AND OSCILLATION PATTERNS
IN IMAGE PROCESSING

RFI-MDGI-6342- Suchita Sinha THE STATUS OF SATELLITE


2019-245 REMOTE SENSING AND IMAGE
PROCESSING TECHNIQUES: A
REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Gourav Jain CULTURAL INSTITUTION KARTA


2019-246 PUSTAKA YOGYAKARTA
INDONESIA: A CASE STUDY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shalini Vaisya ALGORITHM BASED ON


2019-247 SECOND-ORDER CONE
PROGRAMMING OF JOINT
TDOA AND FDOA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rajeev Shrivastava THE SPACE VECTOR AND THE


2019-248 TRIANGULAR CARRIER-BASED
PWM MODULATION
STRATEGIES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Narendra Shukla ANTECEDENTS AND


2019-250 CONSEQUENCES OF TOP
MANAGEMENT-TO-WORKER: A
REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Mini Amit WHY JOURNALS IN


2019-251 Arrawatia MANAGEMENT FAILED TO
RESPOND TO CLIMATE
CHANGE?

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Amit Singh Rathore DATA MANAGEMENT BY USE


2019-252 OF ONLINE PANEL: A REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Riya Goswami COMPARISON OF PUBLIC


2019-253 SECTOR ANDPRIVATE BANKS
PERFORMANCE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Purti Bilgaiyan SWARM OPTIMIZERBASED


2019-254 WEIGHT MINIMIZATION WITH
SIZE AND LAYOUT VARIABLES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Daksha Gupta, CHARACTERIZATION OF THE


2019-255 Parivesh Saklle MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF
AN ELECTRICALLY ACTUATED
MICROBEAM
समकमऱीन ऱंबी कववतम बबंब ववधमन
RFI-MDGI-6342- श्रीमती आरती वममा
2019-256

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shabeer Ahmad Dar CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN


2019-257 Dr. Mohammad RELATION TO SERVICE
QUALITY- A CASE STUDY IN
Mubeen Khan
BHOPAL HOTELS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Priyanka SOCIAL MARKETING


2019-258 Vijayvargiya STRATEGIES OF DIFFERENT
COMPANIES IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ms. Divya Tiwari GST : AN ADVANCEMENT OF


2019-259 Ms. Priyanka Tiwari THE LAW AND GROWTH IN THE
ECONOMY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Abida Bano ECONOMIC OF APPLE


2019-260 Dr Kanchan Srivastav INDUSTRY: A PRIMARY SURVEY
IN DISTRICT BARAMULLA
(KASHMIR)

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Deepak Agrawal A REVIEW ON IMPACT OF


2019-261 Dr.Harmender Singh DEMONETIZATION TO THE
Saluja STATE ELECTIONS 2018

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof (Dr) Ashok Kuamr SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR DESIGN


2019-263 Gupta AND DEVELOPMENT -
GENERATION AND SIMULATION
OF MESHING AND LOADED
TOOTH CONTACT ANALYSIS
(TCA)

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Shyam Kumar RESEARCH ON HUMAN


2019-264 Singh PRIVILEGES VIOLATIONS AND
SECURITY IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Om Prakash CONTROVERSIES BETWEEN


2019-265 Shukla PAKISTAN-INDIA SECURITY
ISSUES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Saras Dwivedi FUTURE ASPECT IN TERMS OF


2019-266 SECURITY IN INDIA AGAINST
TERRORISMS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Yashwasiwi Mishra A REVIEW ON CYBER


2019-267 SECURITY FOR INDIAN
SECURITY SYSTEM

Naziya Hussain,
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Priti Maheshwary DETECTION OF SYBIL ATTACK
2019-268 Dr. Piyush Kumar IN VEHICULAR NETWORK
Shukla BASED ON GPCR-MA ROUTING
Anoop Singh PROTOCOL
RFI-MDGI-6342- Praveen Nigam
HAWT BLADE DESIGN: A
2019-269 Dr. Nitin Tenguria REVIEW

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Alka Kachhwaha STORY TELLING TECHNIQUE IN


2019-270 THE NOVELS OF MARGARET
ATWOOD

RFI-MDGI-6342- Priyanka Bargal A STUDY OF MICROFINANCE


2019-271 Hitendra Bargal FINANCIAL PRODUCTS IN
Priyanka Chawla QUALITY OF LIFE OF SLUM
DWELLERS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prarthana Joshi, A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF


2019-272 Dr. Sanjeev Singhal THE INTERNET OF THINGS ON
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prashant Gupta LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT


2019-273 Hitendra Bargal ACTIVITIES AND THEIR IMPACT
ON THE FIRM PERFORMANCE
IN MADHYA PRADESH

RFI-MDGI-6342- Neha Verma A STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL


2019-274 INVESTOR’S PERCEPTION
TOWARDS AVAILABLE
INVESTMENT AVENUES IN
UJJAIN CITY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Manish Phalke ROLE OF MERGER ON


2019-275 Hitendra Bargal CUSTOMER AWARENESS FOR
Priyanka Bargal THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY
BANKING SECTOR

RFI-MDGI-6342- Loveleen Chawla TALENT ACQUISITION AND


2019-276 Hitendra Bargal ASPIRANT SATISFACTION
Priyanka Chawla THROUGH CAMPUS
PLACEMENT OF INDORE IN
INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Rajesh Sharma A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FDI


2019-277 IN RETAIL SECTOR IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Aparna Tiwari, “TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF


2019-278 Dr. P N Mishra PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL ON
EMPLOYEES BEHAVIOUR IN
POLICE DEPARTMENT (A
STUDY ON CONSTABLES)”

RFI-MDGI-6342- Joshi Ankur ANTI-ALZHEIMER ACTIVITY OF


2019-279 Malviya Neelesh HELIANTUSANNUS IN
STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED
AMNESIC RATS
Patidar Ravindra
RFI-MDGI-6342- Rayakwar Deepak FORMULATION AND
2019-280 Malviya Sapna EVALUTION OF HERBAL BURN
Kharia Anil WOUND HEALING CREAM
RFI-MDGI-6342- Patidar Vivek FORMULATION AND
2019-281 Jain Nidhi EVALUATION OF WOUND
HEALING CREAM USING
Dr. Malviya Sapna
AEGLE MARMELOS AND
Kharia Anil OCIMUM SANCTUM LEAVES
EXTRACT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Gurjar Shivam


2019-282 Sharma Urvashi A REVIEW ON CURRENT
Joshi Ankur ADVANCEMENT IN SOLID
Malviya Sapna DISPERSION TECHNIQUE
Kharia Anil

RFI-MDGI-6342- Soni Dipanshu


FORMULATION AND
2019-283 Jain Yogita
EVALUATION OF HERBAL MIND
Dr. Malviya Sapna BOOSTER CHOCOLATE
Kharia Anil

A REVIEW ON FAST
RFI-MDGI-6342- Andheriya Deepti,
DISSOLVING DRUG DELIVERY
2019-284 Choursiya Surbhi SYSTEM

RFI-MDGI-6342- Thomson Alex, EVALUATION OF LENS ALDOSE


2019-285 Kushagra Dubey REDUCTASE INHIBITORY
POTENTIAL OF EXTRACT OF
MERREMIAEMARGINATA
LEAVES: POTENTIAL FOR
DIABETIC CATARACT
TREATMENT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rajesh Kumar Nagar PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF


2019-286 Narayan Patidar MULTI-CARRIER CDMA WITH 3
Atul Singh Kushwah BY 7 MIMO DIVERSITY
TECHNIQUES IN DIFFERENT
MODULATION TECHNIQUE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mrs. Sonali Koranne EFFCIENT AND SECURE FILE


2019-287 REPLICATION IN DISTRIBUTED
SYSTEM

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Kshama Ganjiwale IMPACT OF EFFICACY OF OFF


2019-288 Mr. Ajay Malpani THE JOB TRAINING AND
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM:
WITH REFERENCE TO
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
OF BHOPAL

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mr. Navjot Singh Nagra


2019-289 Mr.Ajay singh INVESTIGATION OF THE
Mr. Akhil Bernard MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF
Prabhakaran CARBURIZED LOW CARBON
Mr. Yashoditya Singh STEEL
Naman Kumar Gandhi

RFI-MDGI-6342- Manju Yadav UPPER BOUNDS FOR EIGEN


2019-290 VALUES OF LAPLACE
OPERATOR ON MANIFOLD
VIRTUAL BRAIN-THE FUTURE
RFI-MDGI-6342- Himani Singh Rana GENERATION
2019-291 Himanshu Sirohia

RFI-MDGI-6342- Rajesh Vyas FIXED POINT THEOREM IN


2019-292 CORRELATION WITH
THEAPPLICATION OF BANACH
CONTRACTION PRINCIPLE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Prof. Payal Jain APPLICATION OF PHONETICS


2019-293 IN THE FIELD OF FORENSIC
SCIENCE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Nidhi Jhawar GREEN MARKETING: AN


2019-294 Priyanka Yadav INNOVATIVE CONCEPT IN
INDIAN CONTEXT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Ashok Verma efgykvksa dh vkfFkZd vkRefuHkZjrk easa


2019-295 Deepa Bajaj Lo;a lgk;rk leqgksa dk ;ksxnku

RFI-MDGI-6342- Sumit Narayan MEDICAL IMAGE


2019-296 Jarholiya ENHANCEMENT BY DC
Shachi Awasthi COEFFICIENTS SCALING IN
LAB-DCT DOMAIN

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Ashok Verma जिऱम योिनम के ममध्यम से ग्रममीण


2019-297 Jagriti Dubey
क्षेत्रों कम ववकमस

RFI-MDGI-6342- Brij Lal Verma VIRTUAL ANALYSIS: STUDY OF


2019-298 DRAGLINK BY ARTICULATION
OF SUSPENSION AND FINDING
THE CONTROL POINTS OF THE
VEHICLE FORBRAKE STEER
AND BUMP STEER

Rupinder Kaur ADVANCE CONTINUATION OF


RFI-MDGI-6342- Sarvesh Kumar EMBEDDED COMPUTING
2019-299 Mrs. Anuradha SYSTEM OVER TRENDS OF
REAL TIME OPERATING
Jitendra Joshi
SYSTEM

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shweta Joshi D;k Hkkjrh; xzkeh.k {ks=ks esa efgykvksa


2019-300 Dr. Rajendra Jain ds jkstxkj dh fLFkfr muds
l'kfDrdj.k dk ifjp; gS\

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Sanjay Maheshwari TRESS LEVEL OF TEACHERS :


2019-301 A NEW VIEWPOINT

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Ajay Phaltankar STUDY ON CONSUMER’S


2019-302 BEHAVIOUR IN INDIA WITH
REFERENCE OF ONLINE
SHOPPING
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Kiran V Panchal ROLE OF MORAL VALUES AND
2019-303 ETHICS IN BUSINESS
ORGANIZATIONS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mrs. Namrata Sharma CONSUMERS ATTITUDE AND


2019-304 INTERIOR DESIGNER: A CO
RELATIONAL STUDY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Richa Darshan MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR


2019-305 Swati Garg PACKEGED DRINKING WATER
INDUSTRY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Kamran Sultan “THE EFFECTIVE


2019-306 Dr. Shilpi Mehta IMPLICATIONS OF MARKETING
MIX STRATEGIES ON
CATEGORY MANAGEMENT IN
RETAIL OUTLET, WITH SPECIAL
REFERENCE IN MAJOR CITIES
OF M.P”

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Shahnawaz Alam DYNAMICS OF WOMEN’S


2019-307 ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT IN
INDIA

Charu Shree
RFI-MDGI-6342- Rupinder Kaur AN OPTIMAL IMAGE
2019-308 Sarvesh Kumar PROCESSING APPROACH FOR
Mansi Atolia GROUND WATER EXPOSURE IN
REAL TIME FRAMEWORK
Binita Pareek
Ankit Gour
RFI-MDGI-6342- Arpit Sethia EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS ON
2019-309 Vijay Kumar Baradiya PROPERTIES OF STEEL FIBRE
REINFORCED CONCRETE

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ashish Sharma A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON


2019-310 Hitendra Bargal IMPACT OF CUSTOMER
Priyanka Bargal FACTORS ON POSITIONING OF
AIRLINE BRANDS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Hemant Raghuwanshi A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF


2019-311 Shyam Singh Dangi INJECTION LOCKING IN RING
VCO

RFI-MDGI-6342- Apeksha Jain EFFECT OF SAHAJAYOGA


2019-312 Hitendra Bargal MEDITATION ON
POTENTIALITY, EMOTIONAL
INTELLIGENECE AND SELF
EFFICACY OF MANAGEMENT
PROFESSIONALS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
STRESS MANAGEMENT
RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. A.N. Patel DETERMINATION OF BULK
2019-313 Mr. Gunjan DENSITY OF DECCAN BASALT
Shrivastava CORE USING STANDARD
INDUSTRY METHODS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr.Rekha Lakhotia IMPACT OF SHOPPING MALLS


2019-314 ON SMALL RETAILERS – AN
EMPIRICAL STUDY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ranu Singh EFFECT OF STRONG ACID ON


2019-315 THE OXIDATION OF Α-
HYDROXY ACID (LACTIC ACID)
BY CHROMIC ACID; A KINETIC
AND MECHANISTIC APPROACH

RFI-MDGI-6342- Babita Agrawal WELLNESS AND LIFESTYLE OF


2019-316 SCHOOL CHILDREN

RFI-MDGI-6342- Mayank Agrawa CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF


2019-317 Prof. Deepak Mehtaa SELECTED PARAMETERS IN A
CRICKET MATCH OF RANJI
TROPHY

RFI-MDGI-6342- Nayan Prakash Gandhi EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIATED


2019-318 TRANSFORMATIONAL
LEADERSHIP

RFI-MDGI-6342- Perfect Leader EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LEVEL


2019-319 Thongney OF VERMICOMPOST AND FYM
Neelam Khare ORGANIC MANURE ON
ECONOMIC OF CUCUMBER
Sandeep Rout
INTERCROPPED WITH CITRUS
Ronald Debbarma BASED AGROFORESTRY
SYSTEM

RFI-MDGI-6342- Nayan Prakash Gandhi ANALYTIC RESEARCH IN


2019-320 MANAGEMENT:
CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ajit Kumar Varma, DESIGN AND DEVELOP OF


2019-321 Deepika Bairagee, PULSATILE DRUG DELIVERY
Shweeta Kulkarnee SYSTEM FOR
CHRONOTHERAPEUTIC
RELEASE OF TRANDOLAPRIL

RFI-MDGI-6342- Jolly Sushma AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ON


2019-322 Vivek S. Kushwaha THEINFORMATIONAL
EFFICIENCY OF FUTURE
MARKETS IN INDIA- WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NIFTY
50 INDEX FUTURES

RFI-MDGI-6342- Gyanodaya Jaiswa 3D MODELING AND CNC


2019-323 Ankush Chourasia SIMULATION OF COUNTER
Himanshu Bhawsar BEARING BRACKET
Sumeet Shukla

RFI-MDGI-6342- “FLUID DOMAIN IN TSUNAMI


Prof. Deepshikha Dubey
2019-324 WAVES GENERATED BY A
MOVING BOTTOM”

RFI-MDGI-6342- INVESTMENT ON INNOVATION


Parv Parmar
2019-325 ITSELF A MOTIVATION
RFI-MDGI-6342- Ankit Banjara DESIGN AND COMPARATIVE
2019-326 Avinash Chandel ANALYSIS OF MUFF COUPLING
Sourav Ghode HUB MATERIALS BY USING
Sumeet Shukla SOFTWARE ANSYS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Abhijeet Kaul DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF


2019-327 Abhyuday Singh MUFF COUPLING KEY
Bhavesh Dwivedi MATERIALS OPTIMIZATION
Mr. Pritesh Paliwal WITH USING DIFFERENT
MATERIAL GRADES
Piyush Kumar
RFI-MDGI-6342- Prashant Rathore DESIGN OF SUSTAINABLE
2019-328 Punit Shinde GEOTHERMAL AIR
Mukesh Sharma CONDITIONER
Naman Kumar Gandhi

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shefali Srivastava PURIFICATION OF WATER


2019-329 Bhaskar Sharma USING NON-CONVENTIONAL
Himanshu Sirohia METHOD

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Preeti R Gotmare Demonetization: Effects On


2019-330 Indian Economy

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Atul Loomba fuekZ.k mn~;ksx dh Nfo vkSj blds


2019-331 Sachin M.Pathak jkstxkj vkd"kZ.k

RFI-MDGI-6342- MkW- euh"k nqcs,uhfrdk ekgs'ojh ^^Jfed dY;k.k ;kstuk,as ,oa fgrxzkgh
2019-332 leL;k,a*s *

RFI-MDGI-6342- fnyhi dqekj ,xksjs ^^,u-ch-vks-Vh- bankSj esa ok;nk cktkj


2019-333 MkW- ih-ds- lUls dk v/;;u**

RFI-MDGI-6342- Parmjeet Kaur, INDIA’S EXPORT-LED GROWTH


2019-334 Dr. Manisha AND SUSTAINABILITY: A STUDY
OF POST REFORM PERIOD

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Chhaya Mishra ROLE OF MSME IN ECONOMIC


2019-335 Antara Kirkire DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Dnyaneshwar G PERCEPTION OF


2019-336 Kurle UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL
STUDENTS TOWARDS
STUDENT-INITIATED
TEACHING LEARNING
TECHNIQUES: SYMPOSIUM &
STUDENTS’ CORNER

RFI-MDGI-6342- Ms. Swati Pareek, A REVIEW ON THE


2019-337 Prof. Prabodh Govil EMERGENCE OF REALITY
CRIME SHOWS AND
CONCERNS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Shivangi Bhatnagar IMPACT OF TRAINING ON THE


2019-338 Dr. Mini Amit PERFORMANCE OF
Arrawatia EMPLOYEES OF PRIVATE
SECTOR IN NEW ERA
RFI-MDGI-6342- Rakhee Sharma DIVERSITY HEALTH CARE
2019-339

RFI-MDGI-6342- Nidhi Shankar Singh, A STUDY OF FINANCIAL


2019-340 Dr. Mini Amit PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF
Arrawatia MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA AND
TATA MOTORS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Meenakshi A STUDY ON WORK LIFE


2019-341 Maheshwari BALANCE OF WOMEN
EMPLOYEES IN EDUCATION
SECTOR OF UTTAR PRADESH

RFI-MDGI-6342- Hemangini Ameta FEMALE PORTRAYAL IN MEDIA


2019-342

RFI-MDGI-6342- Divya Jangid A STUDY OF HUMAN


2019-343 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN
COMMERCIAL BANKS

RFI-MDGI-6342- Anirudh Singh POWER PLANT USAGE OF


2019-344 NATURAL GAS AS CLEAN FUEL
IN COMPARISON OF COAL

RFI-MDGI-6342- Dr. Dnyaneshwar G PERCEPTION OF


2019-347 Kurle UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL
STUDENTS TOWARDS
STUDENT-INITIATED
TEACHING LEARNING
TECHNIQUES: SYMPOSIUM &
STUDENTS’ CORNER
RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-098
IMPACT OF BUDDHISM THROUGH THIEN TRADITION : A REVIEW

Bui Phuong Loan

Abstract:- Thien is those Vietnamese sake of the Zen school from claiming Buddhism.
Thieu may be determined starting with Chinese expression „Zen‟ that is thus starting with
the pali term Jhāna (Sanskrit: Dhyāna). Buddhism might have been transmitted should
Vietnam In the end of the second century Furthermore before all else of the third century by
ace Khuong tang Hoi until the sixth seventh Also eighth centuries, different lineages
showed up for example, such that Vinītaruci Wu Yan Tong. The presence from claiming
these lineages needed aggravated Buddhism additional prevailing. In the tenth eleventh
hundreds of years (after Dinh, Le, Ly, Also Tran dynasties), Vietnam got free. Buddhism
required been an incredible commitment of the framing about Vietnam and the religious
Taking in. From ruler on citizens, everybody might have been dedicated to Buddhism. This
may be said that Vietnamese people take after those seven states of a Nation‘s Welfare that
might have been taught by Buddha himself on Vajjis kin of old Vaishali: ―frequent
gatherings, Furthermore their reason the gatherings great attended; generally indicate
respect, honor, regard Also worship towards their elders and believe it advantageous with
tune in should them; collect Also scatter peacefully Furthermore go to their undertakings to
concord; not authorize new decrees or abrogate existing ones, Anyhow proceed over
understanding for their antiquated constitutions.‖ this may be those case those
development of the Vietnamese three times crushed Mongolian invasions, will be to a
chance to be expected, or their decay. Those Vietnamese Buddhist historical backdrop
about two thousand quite some time may be repletion for cases of the impact of those
pagodas spates on the possibility society from claiming Vietnam. It indicates the criticality
part of pagodas Furthermore spates in the profound and aggregation of Vietnamese kin.
Reflects cognizance of the closeness the middle of pagodas with the otherworldly life from
claiming wide open kin need a propensity for making happy on the event for recently
fabricated house. Those pagoda does, a really. Moreover, each event of initiation and
modifying of sputa, carrying of a Buddhist statue for love alternately An graving celebration
service need exceptional noteworthiness in the Vietnamese social order. This will be an in
length striding custom.
Keywords:-Thien, Zen, Master Khuong Tang Hoi, Master Van Hanh, Tran Dynasty, Seven
conditions of a Nation‟s welfare…

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-099
PRACTICE AND STRATEGY FOR ACHIEVING THE HEALTH CHANGE

Osama Ben Rajab


Kastamonu, Turkey

Abstract:-This chore means to identify the Ecological Furthermore inward weights for
change, those wanted conclusions of the transform process, and the Advance settled on for
connection to accomplishing these results. It will additionally assess that adequacy of the
progress methodologies cohort end heading intercessions received toward those
organization, so as with create a moved forward system for accomplishing the transform.
The association picked to this duty is NHS. The national well being administration (NHS)
will be the sake regularly utilized on allude of the four (England, Wales, Scotland Northern
Ireland) publicly financed social insurance frameworks of the United Kingdom, all things
considered or separately (Wikipedia, 2009). NHS gives every last one of human services
administration needed.

1 | 14th International Conference "Global Advancement In Engineering, Management,


Pharmacy, Science And Humanities"-2019 on 19-20 Jan. 2019
RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-100
SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA OF THE PALATE: SECOND CASE REPORT

Ariyaka Niastya Prihandana1,


1Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry,

Abstract:-Squalors Mobile carcinoma (SCC) may be those The majority regular euplastic
tumor happens in the oral pit. SCC emerging starting with maxillary Aeolus/hard sense of
taste may be uncommon. Anatomical sphincter of the sense of taste expected to make the
reason for lesquerella frequency from claiming SCC in the hard sense of taste contrasted
with different zones of the oral pit. Those finding for disease clinched alongside these
districts may be generally ulceration furthermore obtrusive of the underlying bone in the
initial phases of the infection. This article pointed wills report card an instance for squalor
cell carcinoma of the sense of taste. A 36 a considerable length of time of age male tolerant
introducing with a impostor at as much hard sense of taste broadened will foremost site for
maxilla 3 months preceding confirmation. The histopathology examination uncovered a
well-differentiated SCC of the hard sense of taste. The tolerant might have been treated with
fragmented resection about maxilla for solidified area assessment intro-operatively keeps on
going for chemotherapy. The mucous of the sense of taste secured perusing fraternizing
stratified squalor epithelium may be possibility should make those purpose behind the
diminished from claiming squalor Mobile carcinoma in this webpage. Because of that
irregularity from claiming this tumor site, the involvement from claiming an evidence-based
protocol in regards medication may be disputable. Obsessive and sub-atomic modality need
demonstrated will bring a great symptomatic and restorative impact previously, treating
SCC over oral pit. SCC at hard sense of taste will be an unprecedented situation. Medicine
to this body of evidence may be mostaccioli a blending of surgery disjunctive help on build a
survival rate. Sufficient surgical edges cam wood enhances the outcomes.
Keywords:-squalors cell carcinoma, hard palate, segmented resection, frozen section
evaluation.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-101
FORMULATION, OPTIMIZATION AND EVALUATION OF BILAYER MATRIX TABLET OF
LORNOXICAM

Sunil Patidar1, Modi Amit2, Dixit Rupali3, Sunita Patidar4, Pankaj Pandey5
Asst. Prof. MDIP, Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India

Abstract- The aim of present study was to formulate, optimize and evaluation of bilayer
tablet for management of pain containing Lornoxicam which is highly potent NSAIDs drug
with short half-life that are characterized by initial burst drug release in the GIT and
comply with the release requirements of sustained-release products. Both of the proposed
bi-layer tablets are composed of a sustained-release layer & an immediate-release layer. The
Immediate release layer prepared by dry granulation method using by varying and
concentration of superdisintegrating agents i.e. sodium starch glycolate. The sustained
release layer prepared by wet granulation method using by varying polymer concentration
i.e. HPMC E50. Both the layers were separately optimized and were prepared. The tablets
were evaluated for weight variation, hardness, friability, disintegration time, wetting time, in
vitro dissolution studies and drug content. It was concluded that the batch F4 formulate as
bilayer tablet in which sodium starch glycolate show maximum drug release 23.92 % for 1
hr in immediate release layer and drug release 97.5 % for 24 hr in sustained release layer
using HPMC E50 is selected as optimized batch of bilayer tablet formulation.

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A REVIEW PAPER ON- ―SAFETY DEVICES USED TO OPTIMIZE GAP BETWEEN
PLATFORM AND TRAIN TO CONTROL ACCIDENT

Prof Lalit Makhan Mishra1, Dr. G.S. Sharma2


1Fellow(Doctoral Research Scholar), 2Dean (Engineering & Technology)
12Oriental University, Sanwer Road, Jakhya, Opposite Revati Range Gate No.1, Indore,

Madhya Pradesh 453555 (India)

Abstract - The aim of this review paper is discuss about different types of safety devices,
which are used to control the accidents during the dynamic or at static condition of train.
Because the safety of human at railway platform is a duty of railway department. And
Therefore For safety purpose there are many devices are adopted by railway, to control the
accidents at platform. This paper deals with some devices like gap filler plat fitted at
platform and controlled by special arrangement of link and mechanism with straight plate,
Doors fitted at the coach entry or exit point. This paper also deals with invention provides
safety gap filler which is provided on an edge of a railway platform which is adjacent to
tracks, So as to minimize a gap between the platform and a train. At Present there is no
such device is available which completely control accident at platform when train is at
dynamic condition. And hence further development is required to fulfill the need of safety.
Keywords: Platform, Train, Gap filler, Hydraulic, Pneumatic

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EVALUATION OF CENTRIFUGAL BLOWER IMPELLER FOR ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

Pratik Dhatrak1, Jagdeesh Saini2


1PG
Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor Department of
Mechanical Engineering, 12BM College of Technology, Indore (M.P)

Abstract: A blower is mechanical device used to maximize the volume flow rate in case
where a large volume of air is required in a specified area there are a wide range of
application for the centrifugal blower like in combustion chamber, in mines ventilation etc.
In present work we are taking centrifugal blower which is having smaller shape and is
easily available in market at very low price. The Impeller, blade, shaft and casing are
seperately modelled in CATIA V5R12 and are successfully assembled together to get the
final product. These are then imported to the computational fluid dynamics CFX
environment of ANSYS 14.0 workbench. The assigned material for the impeller is
aluminium and casing portion taken as air. The Impeller eye is taken as the inlet for
sucking air inside it and a rectangular duct is assigned as exit from which air flows radially
outward after passing through the impeller blades.It is observed that the pressure at inlet of
blower is slightly lesser than that of atmospheric pressure.
In this work a no. Of blade angles are taken into consideration for which different
pressure head and recirculation of air at the trailing edge of the blade is to be observed and
we are tried to get optimum blade angle at which the maximum pressure head and
minimum recirculation is achieved.It is also observed that by increasing the diameter as
well as the blade angles the pressure head is increasing respectively.The blade angle of 60
Degree is found as the optimum for the blower under observation.
Keywords: ANSYS CFX, CATIA V5R12, Centrifugal Blower, Blade Angle, Recirculation.

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A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE BASED INTELLIGENT SYSTEM IN AI AND
PERSONALISATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLEGENCE IN MOBILE WEB

Anwar Hasan Khan1, Praveen Tripathi2, Veedhi Jain3


1Department of Computer Science, 2MITM Indore, 3Department of Master of Computer
Application MITM Indore

Abstract – Intelligent system is a branch of artificial intelligence science, For example


machine can learn email receiving and distinguish the difference between spam and non

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spam there is not any type of particular research that show how artificial intelligent used
and utilize as personalization in mobile web, how to safely used artificial intelligent in
mobile web .we show a study of different artificial intelligent system can be used safely in
mobile web.
This is unique and latest research to show a system used for mobile web this study
paper show two questions of philosophers of two thousand year to understand and resolve
two big questions of universe: how does a human mind work and can non human have
mind? How ever these questions are still unanswered therefore the answer to this question
can machine think and how to make learn to machine like mobile web make intelligent.
How ever the answer is not yes or no but an vague or fuzzy one the DENDRAL
PROGRAM,THE MYCIN expert system THE PROSPECTOR (FOR MEDICAL DIGNOSIS)
Waterman found nearly 200expert system (durkin 1994) The expert system are restricted to
a very narrow domain of expertise for example MYCIN which was developed for diagnosis of
infection in blood diseases ,lack any real knowledge of human physiology.if the Patient has
more than one disease we cannot relay on MYCIN Because of Narrow domain expert
systems ARE NOT AS ROBUST AND FLEXIBLE There are many problems in expert system
to learn from their experience We show a study which expert system is best to use in
particular field and how by neural networks and by fuzzy logics.

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LOWER EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE IN BS-VI VEHICLES

Mukesh Sharma1, Satish Kumar2


Sr. Engineer - Design, Tata Technologies, Lucknow1, Manager - ERC Design, Tata Motors
Ltd, Lucknow2

Abstract - Temperature of exhaust gas from tail pipe outlet at a certain distance away
should meet the safety standardsin BS6 vehicles.A new emission standard requirements for
heavy-duty trucks and buses, puts new demands on the amount of particulate matter and
nitrogen oxides that can be emitted. This led to that automotive OEMs has developed and
improved their after treatment systems. The new after treatment systems generates high
exhaust temperatures, and OEMs need to reduce these to create a safer environment
around the vehicle.
In thisstudy, we have started with a thorough feasibility study, where the current
exhaust systems and its components were studied. Solutions to lower exhaust
temperatures were studied, both in the automotive industry and in other fields. The
concepts that were developed would be analysed through digital simulations at Tata Motors
plants. A diesel engine and ground outlet exhaust systems were to be analysed.
Keywords: Exhaust gas, OEM, BS6, particulate, etc.

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A STUDY ON FACULTY ENGAGEMENT OF SHRI VAISHNAV VIDYAPEETH
VISHWAVIDYALAYA

Prof. (Miss) Ankita Sharma


Faculty, Mathuradevi Institute of Technology & Management, Indore

Abstract - A Study on Faculty Engagement in Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya


In present scenario employee engagement plays a vital role in any company. Most of the
company‘s performance based on it. The study was on Faculty engagement of Shri Vaishnav
Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya (SVVV). In this study taken some parameters like
Compensation & Benefits, career path & Belongingness, Facilitating parameter work
environment etc. The Sample size of this Study was 150, which was Randomly taken from
Faculties of SVVV. The conclusion of the study was that the overall satisfaction of faculties
was 62.35%.
Keywords: Faculties, Career path, Satisfaction, Sample size, SVVV.

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"STRATEGY TOWARDS TUNING THE EMISSION BEHAVIOUR OF STAR SHAPED
TETRAPHENYLETHENE SUBSTITUTED TRUXENES"

Dr. Rekha Sharma, Assistant professor

Abstract:- Star shaped, C3-symmetric, tetraphenylethene (TPE) and 2,3,3-triphenyl


acrylonitrile (TPAN) substituted truxenes 4, 5, and 6 were designed and synthesized by the
Pd-catalyzed Suzuki and Sonogashira cross-coupling reactions. The TPE substituted
truxenes 4 and 5 show aggregation-induced emission (AIE) behaviour whereas TPAN
substituted truxene 6 shows aggregation-caused quenching (ACQ) effect in THF/water
medium due to the - stacking. The computational calculation on truxenes 4–6 was
performed, which reveals that, in truxene 6 electron density transfers from truxene to TPAN
core. The photophysical properties are in good agreement with the computational data.

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―DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FINFET STRUCTURE‖

Kamlesh Deware,
Asst prof., EC/HOD, Mathuradevi Institute of Technology & Management, Indore

Abstract:- FINFET Technology is reviewed over conventional bulk MOSFET. FINFETs are
promising substitutes of MOSFET over 32nm technology, as short channel effects increase
issues below 32nm technology. The main draw back of using CMOS transistors are high
power consumption and high leakage current. Scaling causes severe Short Channel Effects
(SCE) which are difficult to suppress. As technology is scaled down, the importance of
leakage current and power analysis for VLSI design is increasing since Short-channel
effects cause an exponential increase in the leakage current and power dissipation. Multi-
gate MOSFET technologies mitigate these limitations by providing a stronger control over a
thin silicon body with multiple electrically coupled gates. Enormous progress has been
made to scale transistors to even smaller dimensions to obtain fast switching transistors, as
well as to reduce the power consumption. For the improvement of performance and power
in VLSI logic circuits, Conventional CMOS logic circuits can be easily implemented using
short gate or independent gate FINFET logic circuit designs. The main focus is done to
reduce power consumption, compact design and delay and differential linearity are also
reduced. This design work at low input voltage supply and give good linearity in output.

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―APPLICATION OF MATHS IN REAL LIFE‖

Pratibha Gupta,
Ass.prof., Humanity, MDGI, Indore

Abstract: - Historically, most students have been struggling with mathematics subject
which makes them wonder if they will ever apply the knowledge in real world life. Teachers
and parent admit when they have been asked that students have very few knowledge about
the relevance of mathematics in real life. That is why this paper is based on application of
maths in real life. In this paper the most common and essential applications of
mathematics in real life is discussed such as in financial management like spending,
investing and saving, home improvement, outdoor landscaping, Exercise, health & fitness,
probability, time management, measurement, and problem solving.

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A MATHEMATICAL MODEL ON STOCHASTIC BEHAVIOR OF A SINGLE UNIT
REPAIRABLE SYSTEM WITH RANDOM FAILURE

Pradeep K Joshi1, Chitaranjan Sharma2, D.S.Sharma3


1IPS Academy, Indore.India, 2Govt Holkar Science College, Indore, India, 3St. John‘s College,
Agra, India

The reliability of any engineering system was analyzed by using probabilistic techniques.
This paper is empha size on the analysis of reliability measures of a single unit repairable
system. The system fails randomly, and then each time attended by a repairman and gets
repair. All failure times and repair times are assumed exponential distribution and general
distribution respectively. After each repair, the system regenerate and works like a new one.
The various reliability measures such as transition probability, mean sojourn time,
reliability, mean time to system failure, steady state availability are obtained using semi
Markov analysis and regenerative point techniques.
Keywords : Repairable System, Failure Rate, Reliability, semi markov process, regenerative
point techniques. MISC 2010

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"PRIORITIZATION OF RURAL ROADS FOR MAINTENANCE"

Atul Bhatore,
Asst. Prof., Civil Engg. Dept., Sage University, Indore

Abstract: - As per the criteria of the award, my research is based on maintenance of rural
roads (Village roads). Rural Roads are most effective part of connectivity to villagers with the
city. In India, we are growing up with best quality of rural road connectivity. But after the
construction of the roads, their time to time maintenance is also important. my work
belongs to prediction of deterioration of roads and priority of the road to be maintain first
among a number of roads.

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EVALUATION OF QUALITY PARAMETERS AND STANDARDIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR
FEW ENDANGERED MEDICINAL PLANTS OF MALWA REGION OF MADHYA PRADESH

Sumeet Dwivedi1, Satyaendra Shrivasta2 and P.K. Dubey3


Department of Pharmacognosy & Biotechnology
Swami Vivekanand College of Pharmacy, Indore, (M.P.), India

Abstract - Madhya Pradesh is among the important mega biodiversity centers of the India
with nearly 45,000 known plant species and nearly 80% of the global population still
depends upon the medicinal plants for their health care as per WHO. Medicinal plants and
their preparations are used very often due to its low cast, easy availability, based on
generation to generation knowledge. However, Medicinal plants are associated with a
number of shortcomings viz., uniform efficacy and lack of appropriate quality control
measures at various stages of product development. The present paper highlights the
importance of quality parameters towards standardization and manufacturing of herbals for
India to emerge as a leader in global market of herbal products. There is urgent need for
establishing the quality parameters and standardization techniques of some endangered
medicinal herbs viz., Guitozia abyssinica, Diplocyclos palmatus, Calonyction muricatum,
Gloriosa superb, Sarcosteema acidum etc. The present investigation also highlights that
continuous efforts are taken by the research institute and industry in the field of herbal
research and also number of formulation are coming in the market. There is urgent need to
establish standardization of raw materials to obtaining botanical products.
Key-words: Quality control, Standardization, Endangered Medicinal Plants

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INTRODUCTION OF LNG IN CV INDUSTRY: AN ECO-FRIENDLY CRYOGENIC FUEL FOR
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Gaurav Kumar Singh1, Satish Kumar2


Engineer - Design, Tata Technologies, Lucknow 1,
Manager - ERC Design, Tata Motors Ltd, Lucknow2

Abstract: - The adoption of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) has been regarded as one of the
most important strategies to address the issues of energy dependence, air quality, and,
more recently, climate change. Despite decades of effort, we still face daunting challenges to
promote wider acceptance of AFVs by the general public. This paper compares the adoption
of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in automobile. Although natural gas is a fossil fuel, which
found in earth‘s crust. Natural gas is a mixture of various hydrocarbons such as (CH 4 about
75% to 95% & remaining is C2H6, C3H8, C4H10 extra).
LNG is produce by liquefaction process in which Natural gas cooled by
approximately -162° C to convert from gaseous(Natural gas)to liquefied form(LNG) and cut
1/600th volume from its original gaseous form. LNG is the same fuel such as CNG but it is
stored in cryogenic form. Liquefied Natural Gas occupies smaller volume as compared to
compressed natural gas (CNG). LNG offers the high energy density as compared to diesel,
gasoline and CNG fuels & decreasing refilling fuel frequency in the vehicle. It is the main
benefit to use the LNG as a fuel in transportation, also use of LNG fuel reduce the GVW of
vehicle by eliminating the number of heavy cylinders in case of CNG operated vehicle, which
is required to store the compressed natural gas (CNG) in vehicles.
In transportation system LNG as an emergent transport fuel when compared with
diesel and other alternate fuels such as CNG. Since LNG increase the driving range so it is
most suitable for heavy-duty vehicles.LNG is a medium to transporting the natural gas for a
long distance where pipe line not possible across oceans.
Keyword: LNG, CV, CNG, Alternate fuels, AFVs, heavy-duty vehicles, etc.

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DESIGN CONFIGURATIONS, IMPROVEMENT METHODS AND APPLICATIONS OF
SOLAR AIR HEATER

Rewaram Verma1, Dr. Vinod Kumar Nema2, Dr. K.R.Aharwal3


1Research Scholar, Mewar University, Chittorgarh (Raj.)India,
1Assistant Professor, Sushila Devi Bansal College of Engineering, Indore (M.P.) India
2Professor, Mewar University, Chittorgarh (Raj.)India
3Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, M.A.N.I.T. Bhopal (M.P.) India

Abstract - This article aims to present a review of the literature dealing with improvement
methods, design configurations and applications of different types of solar air heaters.
Different investigations have been made on SAHs either experimental or theoretical in order
to improve their performance. Different modifications on absorber plate have been made.
One of the important improving theories is using fins to increase the heat transfer area.
Various types of fins achieved enhancement in the performance such as longitudinal fins,
corrugated fins and fins attached with baffles. Also it is found that to improve both the heat
transfer and thermo-hydraulic performance of SAH, artificially roughened absorbers are
used. Using artificial roughness, the results showed good enhancement of both Nusselt
number and friction coefficient for a wide range of Reynolds number. Also in the view of
using heat storage materials, especially phase change materials, various types of packing
bed and selective coated absorbers give good improvement of the efficiency of Solar air
heaters. As a result of these improvements, solar air heaters became more popular in more
applications, with a good reduction in fuel consumption and costs of installation and
operation.
Keywords- Single-pass solar heater, Double-pass solar air heater, Mass flow rate, Thermal
efficiency, Artificial Roughness, Roughness Geometry, Thermo-hydraulic Performance,
Reynolds Number.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF POLYHERBAL CREAM FOR THE TREATMENT
OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Laxmi Vishwakarma1, Dr. Saroj Yadav2, Rahul Sisodiya3, Dr.M.K.Gupta4


Oriental College of Pharmacy and Research, Oriental University, Indore

Abstract - Rheumatoid arthritis affects about 1% of worlds population no population is


immune but women are affected two to three times as often as men.The age on onset is
between 30 and 55.RA ischronic inflammatory disease of the lining of the joint results in
pain,stiffiness,swelling,joint damage and loss of function of the joints.Inflammation most
often affects the hands and feet. It tends to occur equally on both sides of the
body.Medications have revolutionized modern-day treatment of RA,but many people also
look to herbs and botanicals, substances from plants to help manage their RA
symptoms.The purpose of the present research work to Formulated and evaluated of
Polyherbal cream for the treatment of RA.Polyherbal cream formulation based on w/o base
by using aqueous extract of Taraxacum(Dandelion),Curcuma longa(Tumeric),
Zingiberofficinale(Ginger) with other effective ingredients cod liver oil andcamphor. The
prepared formulations (F1 to F5) were subjected to different evaluation physicochemical
parameters like appearance,spreadability,pH,Grittines, Skin irritation test,Homogeneity.We
got best result in appearance and evaluation parameters in F2 formulation.
Keywords: Poly herbal cream, Rheumatoid arthritis,Taraxacum,Curcuma longa,Cod liver
oil,Camphor.

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QUALIFICATION OF AUTOSAMPLER DISSOLUTION TEST APPARATUS

Sweta Kulkarni1, Deepika Bairagee2


Chameli Devi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore, M.P. 452020

Abstract - From almost decades, the pharmaceutical community has been depends on
dissolution testing of drug product performance. Dissolution testing is fundamental to
bioequivalence testing when product changes are needed and is a key test in process
validation. Dissolution testing is a critical analytical research parameter that helps in
measuring the stability of the investigational product, which achieves uniformity during
production batches and determining the in-vivo availability. This Installation Qualification,
Operational Qualification, and Performance Qualification protocol was designed for newly
installed equipment. The qualification protocol having different segments which cover whole
activity of qualification. Protocol gives confirmation whether the instrument is installed as
per given requirements, operates within range with proper procedure & performed or give
results within limit. Overall the qualification procedure was done according to User
requirement specification, Good manufacturing practices & company policy. The dissolution
tester was effectively installed, operated as per user manual & performed the given
programme operation as per feeding instructions.
The calibration results of installed dissolution tester were obtained within limit. Various
physical parameters were tested like Spirit level test, Rotation per minute test, Temperature
of water bath & each jar, Timer, Wobbling test, Distance between vertical & shaft axis of jar,
& sample volume verification test & in Chemical test Performance verification test with
Prednisone tablet.
Keywords: Qualification, Autosampler, Dissolution, Prednisone

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DISEASES CAUSING AIR POLLUTANT, ITS DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT BY
USING DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES

Deepika Bairagee1, Ajit Varma1, Sweta Kulkarnai2


12Oriental College of Pharmacy and Research, Oriental University, Indore
3Chamelidevi Institute of Pharmacy, Inodre

Abstract:- The main objective of present review article was to study the disease causing air
pollutant, its detection and measurement by using different techniques like GC-MS, IR
radiation absorption, laser as a tool, where the laser radiation sending through the sample
of atmosphere to be investigated either transmission, or the scattering of the light all the
way through a variety of different physical process produce a variety of different techniques
for monitoring the air quality. According to WHO, six major air pollutants include particle
pollution, ground-level ozone, carbon monoxide, sulphur oxides, and lead. Long and short
term exposure to air suspended toxicants has a different toxicological impact on human
including respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, neuropsychiatric complications, the eye
irritation, skin diseases and long term chronic diseases such as cancer. Air pollution is
considered as the major environmental risk factor in the incidence and progression of some
diseases such as asthma, lung cancer, and ventricular hypertrophy. In this article we will
discuss about the major air pollutants, sources of emission, their impact on human health
and the techniques which are used to detect the major air pollutant.
Keywords: Air Pollutant, IR Radiation Absorption, GC-MS, Laser, Cancer

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PLANT TISSUE CULTURE TECHNIQUES OF BANANA

Asst.Prof. Vandana Badole


Maa Narmada Degreecollege, Dhamnod

Abstract - Tissue culture is collection experimental methods of isolation and inoculation of


organs, tissues and cell in an artificial medium under in-vitro aseptic condition.
Micro propagation is vegetative propagation of plant using plant tissue culture. This also
known as direct differentiation. Tissue culture is a technique for immunization and
separation of tissues in manufactured medium under in vitro condition. It is a gathering of
test strategies by utilizing organs, tissues and cell in a simulated medium under in vitro
aseptic environment. Banana is real natural product crop in India as Maharashtra stands
first in banana creation and efficiency in India. Ordinarily banana is developed by utilizing
sucker. This strategy produces infection free plant stocks and is spread by meristem tip
culture. In meristem tip culture there is a partition of undifferentiated plant cells which are
not valuable cells from shoot tips. Steps required in meristem tip society are: selection of
explants, disinfection of explant, preparation and sterilisation of media, inoculation of
explant, hatching of explant in development rooms with looked after temperatures, sub
refined of explants, hardening and more.
Banana is imperative organic product crop with 97.5 million tons of generation
everywhere throughout the world. . Banana development possesses around 20% region
among the aggregate region under yield in India. The vast majority of banana yields are
developed by planting suckers. The technology development in agriculture is very fast, it
results in developing Tissue Culture Technique.
Keywords: - Tissue culture, MS Media, Suckers, Humidity, Growth room temperature,
Explant, Autoclave Micro propagation, Nursery Meristem tip culture.

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NUTRITIONAL AND MEDICINAL STUDIES ON BETAL LEAVES

Asst. Prof. Sapna Pandey,


Department of Chemical Science, Maa Narmada College Dhamnod, Dhar

Abstract - The world health organization adopted a major policy change in accepting that
most developing nations would have to make use of more traditional medical practices for
primary health care.
Piper betel or betel vine deep green heart shaped very famous leaves belongs to the
family piperaceae called paan leaves in India; rich in nutrients ,minerals, vitamins,
antioxidants. it is cultivated in hotter and damper part in country following the traditional
methods in India on about 54,000 hectare with an annual production worth about Rs.
9000million.
Focusing on traditional use and medicinal use of piper betel we can cure many diseases
like diabetes, brain toxin, hypertension, headache, itches, conjunctivitis swelling of gum
and injuries and reduces the oral cancer.
Physical and biochemical properties of tha leaves were determinet before and after
tha storage. The studies indicated that the betal leaves stored with diffusion channel of 5
mm o.5 cm had good sensory characterstics. Ascorbic acid β carotene and chlorophyll
reduction were also less. At temp of 400c, madras and Kolkata betel leaves can be stored up
to 18 and 21 days respectively. Storage experiment for betel leaves were carried out using
wet cloth wrapping , polythyleve pouches. all these types of packages were stored in room
temp as well as in zero end. Cool chamber.
Key word:- piper Betel , Nutrients , Antimicrobial storage

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A SURVEY ON THE ―VISION OF CLOUD COMPUTING – ITS REFERENTIAL
ARCHITECTURE , CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS

Prof. Gunjan Agrawal

Abstract :- Cloud computing is an emerging technology which plays a vital role in effective
implementation of lower cost . The cloud computing can provide such an environment for
optimum utilization of resources. To move toward the vision of cloud computing, individual
organizations and IT industries as a whole need to focus on efficiency, simplification,
security. In this paper I aim to focus on the vision of cloud computing with their
characteristics and applications. Cloud computing forecast a major change in how we store
information and run applications. The key to cloud computing is the ―cloud‖- a massive
network of servers or even individual PCs interconnection. These computers run in parallel,
combining the resources of each to generate supercomputing, like power.
Keywords – cloud computing, referential architecture, resources , applications

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON BIG DATA AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES

Pallavi Joshi
Department of computer Science, Maa Narmada Degree College Dhamnod

Abstract:- We live in the world where the speed of work is enhanced and the amount of
data is enlarged. Database management system was previously used for this kind of work.
But as the time grown and speed of processing growing faster data analytics need an
advance technology. Big data provides the solution of this problem. But the organizations
don‘t have proper knowledge about the technology. This technology should be implemented
in their planning phase. This paper includes basic introduction and the pros and cons of
Big data and it‘s comparison to the other technologies.
Keywords:- RDBMS, DBMS, Big Data, business organisation.

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APPLICATION OF CFD IN PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SHELL AND TUBE HEAT
EXCHANGER

Dr. Abhishek Soni1, Praveen Jha2


1
Asstiant Professor Hitkarini College of Engineering & Technology, Jabalpur (M.P), India
2
CEO Automation arena, Jabalpur (M.P)

Abstract - This paper analyzes the shell and tube heat exchanger by varying the number of
baffles at desired geometry by the use computational fluid dynamics In this work, a shell
and tube heat exchanger is considered for heat transfer enhancement studies. This heat
exchanger uses fresh water on the shell side and on the tube side. The heat exchanger is
designed using standard design procedure. CFD analysis is carried out for baffles. The
design is incorporated with designs of baffles and semicircular turbulators, and to study the
heat transfer enhancement and pressure drop due to the baffles and turbulators is studied
by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis in the second stage. And finally the
pressure drop, velocity drop & outlet temperatures are observed.
Key word: CFD

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RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-127
ROLE OF STUDENT ATTENDANCE FOR QUALITY SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER
TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Sanjay Soni1, Dr.B.K.Chorasia2, Dr.Abhishek Soni3,


12Jabalpur Engineering College, India
3Hitkarini College of Engineering & Technology, Jabalpur

Abstract - Major role of higher technical education is to develop technical manpower in


country. Presently large number of professional graduates produced in India comes from
Institutions managed by private organizations. Due to lack of sound technical skills know
how and poor quality of these graduates the employability rate is low. In the present
research findings an attempt has been made to study the impact of student attendance on
quality of technical education system by constructing causal loop diagram of technical
education system that is clearly understanding how student attendance is connected to
other parameters of technical education system such as performance of students in exams,
placements of students through campus selection etc. By taking the base of causal loop
diagram system dynamic model is constructed for studying effect of student attendance on
quality of technical education.
Keywords: Casual loop Diagram, Stock and Flow Diagram, What-if Scenario.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-128
STUDIES ON IN-VITRO BIODEGRADATION OF POLYMERS IN THE PRESENCE OF
NANOPARTICLES IMPROVE MICROORGANISM SOIL

Shelendra Kumar Manglavat, Deepak Kumar Gupta


Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University Indore Bypass Road,
Arandia, Village, Post Jhalaria, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452016

Abstract:- Bioremediation is the use of living organisms, principally microorganisms, to


disgrace the environmental contaminants into less toxic forms. Microbial and enzymatic
deprivation of synthetic plastics have been studied and resulted in positive outcomes.
Through this investigation a more effective and efficient way of biodegradation with the help
of nanoparticles such as Cobalt ferrite, Silicon Ferrite, Silver Nanoparticles, Barium titanate
has been look forward, as in many of the recent studies they have been proved to influence
and alter the growth profile of various bacteria in a positive manner, including those
responsible for LDPE, HDPE and plastics ravage deprivation. Achieve economic-friendly
nanoparticles to make the alternative to suit best at the commercial level to diminish white
pollution.
Key words: Bioremediation, Microorganisms, Nanoparticles, LDPE, HDPE.

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TO MAINTAIN POWER SYSTEM STABILITY BY USING PSS CONTROLLER

Shreya Namdev1, Neha Namdev2,


12Assistant Professor

MCTE, Mhow (M.P.)1, SGSITS, Indore (M.P.)2

Abstract - One of the major problems in power system operation is related to small signal
instability caused by insufficient damping in the system. The most effective way of counting
this instability is to use auxiliary controllers called power stabilizer, to produce addition
damping of interconnected power system and particularly the deregulation of the industry,
difficulties related to low frequency oscillation have been widely reported together with
major incident. As the most economical damping controller ,power system stabilizer(PSS)
has been widely used to suppress the low frequency oscillation and enhance the system
dynamic stability .Traditional method for deterring PSS placement are based on analysis of
the interconnected system. Though the design of the PSS is based on a simplified single
machine infinite bus (SMIB Model) using firefly algorithm. MATLAB/SIMULINK model is
used to implement proposed SMIB PSS.The power system stabilizer can conquer the

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electromechanical oscillation and improve the power system stability with the help of its
additional excitation mechanism. For more economical and consistent generation and
transmission of electric energy, the electric power systems become larger and larger, which
covers a vast area and include many transmission lines, synchronous generators, loads and
variety of controllers. The stability of the power system is the ability to extend restoring
forces equal to or greater than the disturbing forces to sustain the state of equilibrium.

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FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF LIPOSOMAL
HYDROGEL FOR THE TREATMENT OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT
PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNE

Pankaj Kumar Pandey 1, Amit Modi2, Ashish K. Parashar3, Rupali Dixit4,


S.C.Chaturvedi5
135Sri Aurobindo Institute of Pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India
24Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India

Abstarct - The aim of this work was to prepare and evaluate the topical liposomal hydrogel
for the treatment of antibiotic resistant propionic bacterium acne. Nadifloxacin loaded
liposomes were prepared by thin film hydration technique. Nadifloxacin, soya lecithin,
cholesterol were dissolved in mixture of chloroform and taken in different levels and
liposomes were prepared. The prepared liposomes were evaluated for in-vitro drug release.
Formulation F2 was highest percentage entrapment of 71±1.50% and released 58.12±1.2%
of the drug in 6hrs. Minocycline hydrochloride based hydrogel was prepared using the
methylcellulose gelling agent, and the drug concentration was kept constant at 0.25%. The
concentration of propylene glycol and methyl paraben was kept constant at 15% and 0.3%.
The hydrogel formulation was evaluated for various physicochemical parameters like
percentage drug content, spreadability and drug release. Formulation H9 was highest drug
content 98.23±0.031% and drug released 90.96±2.6% of the drug in 6hr.Out of these
formulations F2 from liposomes and H9 from hydrogel formula was selected to prepare final
liposomal hydrogel formulation. Developed liposomal hydrogel(F2H9) were evaluated like
size, drug content and drug entrapment spredability, homogeneity, washability, pH etc.In-
vitro drug release from liposomal hydrogel in Nadifloxacin release 54.86±3.1% and
Minocycline hydrochloride 91.24±1.82% in 6hr.Developed liposomal hydrogel formulation
can be better effect to treat acne due to high drug retention and permeation in skin layers.
Keywords: Acne, liposomal hydrogel, Nadifloxacin, Minocycline hydrochloride, Size, In-vitro
drug release.

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A STUDY OF GREEN MARKETING: FACTORSCAN LEAD INDIA IN GREEN MARKETING
GLOBALLY

Nikita Dwivedi1, Ankita Bhardwaj2, Aarti Choudhary3


13BBA (Foreign Trade) Final Year, Indore Institute of Management & Research Indore
2Assistant Professor, Indore Institute of Management & Research Indore

Abstract - This is the age of Green Marketing in global business scenario. Business todays
is not only buying and selling of products which concerns profit in terms of money only. In
today‘s scenario business concerns on environment friendly products that are presumed to
be ―green‖ or environment friendly like low power consuming electrical appliances, organic
foods and products, lead free paints, recyclable paper, and phosphate free detergents, Eco
Friendly Packaging etc. This research paper is identifying major factors that can lead India
in world green market.
Key Words: Environment Friendly, Green Marketing, Organic Food.

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VIRTUAL SCREENING AND ADME STUDIES OF TRIAZEPINE ANALOGUES AS A
POTENTIAL INHIBITOR OF DPP-4 AND ALDOSE REDUCTASE IN TREATMENT OF TYPE
2 DIABETES MELLITUS

Kapish Kapoor,
Student-PG,

Abstract: - Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a global epidemic which claims annually millions of
patients worldwide. In this study, 130 triazepine derivatives were taken for virtual screening
against DPP-4 and aldose reductase. Molecular docking was performed on the PDB code
5I7U [DPP4] and 1US0 [Aldose reductase]. The result reviled active binding of the
compounds on the respective targets, further various descriptors were used to create co-
relation matrix of the compounds. Lipinski rule was also applied to the top selected
compounds. ADME studies were also performed on selected compounds. Further in-vivo
and in-vitro studies of selected analogues can be useful in the development of anti-diabetic
drug.
Keyword: Type 2 diabetes mellitus, virtual screening, DPP-4, Aldose reductase, Molecular
docking.

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FABRICATION AND TRIBOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SISAL FIBRE REINFORCED
POLYSTER COMPOSITE

Anurag Agrawal, Assistant Professor

Abstract - Nowadays many researchers and academician giving their attention towards
natural fibre as reinforcement for polymeric composite for using different applications in
mechanical engineering. Because natural fibre is eco-friendly in nature and less polluting
during production as compare to synthetic fibre. That is why this thesis also based on
natural fibre (sisal fibre). This thesis presents an experimental study on tribological
properties of developed sisal fibre reinforced polyester composite. Composites were
fabricated by compression moulding technique. Experiments were carried out using
Tagauchi L9 orthogonal array by consider the four design parameters which were sisal fibre
length, weight fraction of fibre, weight fraction of filler and wear test parameters (normal
load for two body abrasive and adhesive and impingement angle for erosive). Then all
experimental results were analysed using Taguchi optimization method. Experimental
results shows that optimal combination of design parameter for minimum erosive wear is
40mm fibre length, 25 wt% fibre loading, 4 wt% filler volume and 300 impingement angle,
for minimum two body abrasive wear is 40mm fibre length, 25 wt% fibre loading, 6 wt%
filler volume and 30 N normal load and for minimum adhesive wear is 40mm fibre length,
25 wt% fibre loading, 6 wt% filler volume and 10 N normal load.
Keywords: Natural fibre, Sisal fibre, Erosive, Two body abrasive and Sliding Wear,
Tagauchi Method

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TRANSCRITICAL CO2 REFRIGERATION CYCLE WITH EJECTOR- A STUDY

Dr. D.K.Joshi, Prof. Dr. Ashok Kumar Gupta


Visiting Professor, Mathura Devi Group of Institutions
Village, Gari Pipliya, Aath Meel, Nemawar Road, Indore- 452018 (M.P.) India.

Abstract - Today (Carbon Dioxide )CO2 refrigeration and heat pumping technologies are
acknowledged as viable alternatives for a number of applications like commercial
refrigeration, transport refrigeration, vehicle air conditioning & heat pumping, household
hot water heat pumps and industrial applications.CO2 systems do offer the advantage of
enabling flooded evaporators supported with modified ejector technology.. Resulting in a
additional market share increase of CO2 refrigeration and heat pump systems, as energy
efficient alternate for current refrigeration systems Carbon dioxide (CO2, R744) is a natural

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refrigerant which is promising as a prospective replacement for HFCs and HCs now a days
because of its attractive properties. This paper gives an overview for the development of
ejector technology that would-be used for a number of applications during the coming years
Key words ; Ejector, Carbon dioxide, Refrigeration

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―ROLE OF MICROFINANCE TOWARDS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA‖

Dr. Sarika Jindal1, Namit Shukla2


Principal, 2Research scholar, 1Sapient Institute of Management and science, Indore,

Abstract: - Development and growth of any economy is linked to socio-economic


empowerment of its population. Microfinance today is a widely accepted tool for poverty
alleviation and socio-economic empowerment of its beneficiaries. The beneficiaries being
largely women, the empowerment of women through microfinance is a widely studied and
debated issue. This paper reviews the literature on the role of microfinance on women
empowerment in India. It looks into the positive and negative evidences and the challenges
relating to women empowerment.
Key words: Microfinance, Empowerment, NGO, SHG

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-136
RECENT ADVANCES IN NANOTECHNOLOGY

Rajit Ram Singh1, Ajay Kumar Singh2, Vinay Kumar Singh3,


1Director, RAMCTM, Indore, 2MDITM Indore, 3Tata Motors

Abstract - Nanotechnology is gaining importance rapidly as a most powerful technology. Its


immense potential promises the possibility of significant changes in near term future, once
the most essential machines - called the Universal Assembler and the Nano computer are
built. The present paper aims to reviews the previous work done and recent advancements
in the field of nanotechnology. Today the products made using nano materials having
general as well as special applications like treating cancer, phosgene detection, energy
harvesting for self powered nano systems, chip fabrication, batteries, aerospace materials
etc. The research in the area of carbon nano tubes, nano-polymers, nano-vectors, nano
composites, nano-crystals, nano particles, nano fibers, nano clays, nano tubes, nano filters,
nano horn, nano wires, nano springs, nano rods etc. have been reported. Various risks
involved in using nanotechnology are also discussed because it is believed that the most
disruptive future changes may occur as a result of molecular manufacturing, an advanced
form of nanotechnology.
Keywords - Molecular Nanotechnology (MNT), Positional assembly, Molecular self-
assembly, Carbon nano tubes (CNTs), Nano composites, Nano crystals, nano catylists, nano
fibers, nano rods, nano filters, and nano containers.

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RESEARCH ARTICLE
DEVELOPMENT OF POLY HERBAL MOSQUITO REPELLENT

Deepak Kumar Gupta1, Manohar Chouhan2, Shelendra Mangalawat3, Revathi A.Gupta4


Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore (M.P)

Abstract- A large number of essential oil and medicinal herbs has been reported as a
antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, insecticides and one of which is their property to repel
the mosquitoes. The present study was conducted to determine the mosquito repellent
activities of some selected plant materials in order to obtain safe and efficient herbal
mosquito repellent formulations by combinations of the selected plant materials, Ageratum
hostonianum seeds were socked in hexane overnight and extract was filtered and the
filtrate was concentrated by rotary evaporator. Hydro-distillation process was performed for
salvia officinalis leaves, Lantana camara leaves, origanum majorana(Marua)leaves,

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Juniperus communis leaves,Lemon balm(melissa) leaves peels using soxhlet apparatus in
order to obtain the essential oils.Rose water is also used for fragrance and aloevera gel for
moisturizer. 10% (V/V%) extract/essential oil containing ethanol solutions were prepared
using each plant extract/essential oil and mosquito repellent activity testing was carried
out using arm-in-cage method.
Keywords: Mosquito repellent, Polyherbal extract, essential oil

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EFFECT OF FLUOROCHEMICALS TO IMPROVE LIPID PRODUCTION IN
MARINE MICROALGAE FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION

Shelendra Kumar Manglavat, Deepak Kumar Gupta


Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore
Bypass Road, Arandia Village, Post Jhalaria, Indore
Madhya Pradesh -452016

Abstracts - Microalgae have vast industrial and economic applications like in


pharmaceuticals, health foods and in the production of carotenoids, dyes and biofuels,
Biomass energy is often created by terrestrial crops and microalgae for renovation into
biogases and biofuels. Microalgal bioenergy researches are beginning to implement in the
world. Biodiesel, an alternative diesel fuel, is drawn from renewable biological sources such
as vegetable oils and animal fatty tissues. Use fluorochemical as an oxygen carrier to
overcome the challenge. FCs can dissolve large volumes of gases such as carbon dioxide
and oxygen. The FCs interfacial properties are particularly important as they determine the
mass-transfer enhancement in gas-liquid-liquid systems.

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES ON PEOPLE
MANAGEMENT

Dr. Shikha Agrawal


Academic Head, Chameli Devi Institute of Professional Studies, Indore
Near Toll Naka, Khadwa Road

Introduction- It has become very important for organizations to indulge into people
management if they wish to make the organization grow. The impact of people management
is such that it helps an organization to maintain and improve the performance of the
organization. A good HRM system has various strategies that help them keep the people
management at a considerable level. These strategies are training and development,
recruitment, leadership sill enhancement, career planning etc. the organization needs to
align its strategies with the people management initiatives. It has been observed that people
management is an important variable in increasing the organizational performance. The
nature of workforce in the present scenario is different from the past. There are diverse
categories of people involved in the working of an organization today. There is participation
of both male and female employees in making the organization excel. This paper tries to
understand the perception of male and female employees towards the factors that
contribute in people management.
Keywords: employees, organization, people management

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DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FLOATING MICROSPHERES BASED
DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PEPTIC ULCER

Mr. Sanjay K. Mishra1, M. K. Gupta2, N.K. Jain3


Assistant Professor1, Oriental College of Pharmacy & Research, Oriental University, Indore
Madhya Pradesh

Abstract- Gastro-retentive drug delivery system (GRDDS) has gained immense popularity
in the field of oral drug delivery recently. It is a widely employed approach to retain the

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dosage form in the stomach for an extended period of time and release the drug slowly that
can address many challenges associated with conventional oral delivery, including poor
bioavailability.The main limitations are attributed to the inter- and intra-subject variability
of gastro-intestinal (GI) transit time and to the non-uniformity of drug absorption
throughout the alimentary canal. It is known that differences in gastric physiology, such as
gastric pH, and motility exhibit both intra-as well as inter-subject variability demonstrating
significant impact on gastric retention time and drug delivery behavior. This triggered the
attention towards formulation of stomach specific (gastro retentive) dosage forms. Floating
or hydro dynamically controlled drug delivery systems are useful in such applications. The
drugs having absorption window in the upper part of Gastro Intestinal Tract (GIT) have
enhanced bioavailability when formulated through these techniques. The recent
technological development for enhancing GRT including the physiological and formulation
variables affecting gastric retention. The developed system has the dual advantages of being
gastro-retentive, to increase oral bioavailability and releasing drug in a controlled manner.
Keywords: Floating drug delivery systems, Gastric residence time, in vitro and in vivo.

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CLUSTERING BASED APPROACH FOR ANNOTATION BASED SEARCH FROM WEB
DATABASES

Anshul Tiwari1, Sonal Singhai2


Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Mathuradevi Institute of Technology & Management, Indore

Abstract: In our work an efficient methodology is implemented to improve the correctness


of search results from the web databases on a variety of keywords such as movies, CD,
books etc. The improvement of Alignment algorithm using K-means clustering is proposed
for the searching of annotated results from the web databases. We present an automatic
annotation approach that firstly it aligns the data units onto a result page into dissimilar
groups such that the data in the same group have the similar semantic. Then, for each
group we annotate it from dissimilar aspects and collection of the dissimilar annotations to
calculate a final annotation label for it. An annotation wrapper for the search site is
automatically generated and it can be used to annotate new result from the web database.
Keywords: K-means clustering, annotations, semantics, ontology management.

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―A STUDY OF STUDENT’S PERCEPTION FOR DIFFERENT BRANDS OF LAPTOPS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDORE CITY‖

Dr. Rubina Pathan


Asst.Professor, Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh, India

Abstract - This research paper discuss about the students perception regarding different
branded laptops in Indore. This research paper also tells about the demands of different
branded laptops. The research was carried out at Indore, as perception play a major role
which differ person from one other where eight brands are taken into consideration, which
are students perception is a generic term explains about the student choice or preferences
that they have for a particular product. The buying behavior captures the idea of student
and link it with the business activities from which the relevant data regarding the student
demand and difficulties can be obtained. Those relevant data which really increase the level
of product that means the result obtained from the data can be analyzed for a better result
for more innovations. Many factors are taken into consideration for knowing the students
perception like price, quality, style, brand name etc. The players who quickly adapted to the
changes were the ones who not only survived but flourished and the ones who were caught
napping lost their major share of the market. As per the objective of the study student have
demand. For identifying their demand, a survey was conducted to all class of students the
primary data is collected through questionnaire. The data has been interpreted through
graph. It was found in the study that students are motivated by price and proper guidance
helps them to take proper decision in purchasing the laptop.

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Keywords: Demand, Performance, Brand, Look, Price and Satisfaction.

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TO STUDY JOB SATISFACTION AMONG TEACHERS WORKING IN PROFESSIONAL
INSTITUTE OF INDORE CITY

Shweta Meshram,
Assistant Professor, MBA, MDGI, Indore

Abstract - The objectives of this study are to deal with job satisfaction among teachers
working in professional institutes of Indore city. This study is done to identify which factors
contribute to job satisfaction as well as job dissatisfaction. The issue is researched in the
light of population selected as faculties working in professional institutes in Indore, which
are in collected through a survey of 50 sample sizes. The data are collected through primary
and secondary, primary data is collected from survey that is questionnaire is filled from
faculties of different colleges working in professional institutes of Indore while secondary
data is collected from journals, articles, magazines etc.The four factors which are necessary
for job satisfaction of teachers are performance standards, career growth, work culture and
travel fund research. The scope of study is that job satisfaction should be major
determinant of an employee organizational behavior. A satisfied employee will be having
positive attitude towards his or her job and would go beyond the normal expectation in
his/her job.
Key Words:- Job Satisfaction, Institutes, Faculty, Performance standard, Career.

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF ESTEEM OF WORKING AND NON WORKING WOMEN

Ms. Anjali Madhwani


Faculty: Human Resource Management, Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas

―Beautiful is the woman who has learned to value her own happiness and self esteem and
to undervalue the superficial opinions of others‖

Abstract - Self esteem reflects an individual‘s overall subjective emotional evaluation of


his/her own worth. It is the decision made by an individual as an attitude towards the self.
Self-esteem is how we value ourselves; it is how we perceive our value to the world and how
valuable we think we are to others. Self-esteem affects our trust in others, our
relationships, and our work – nearly every part of our lives. Positive self-esteem gives us the
strength and flexibility to take charge of our lives and grow from our mistakes without the
fear of rejection, whereas low self esteem can hold back from succeeding at school or work
because you don‘t believe in yourself to be capable of success. The present study aimed to
investigate the difference of self esteem among working and non working women. The
sample consisted of 40 working and 40 non working women. The Rosenberg Self-Esteem
Scale (RSES) (1965) was administrated to the participants for data collection. The result of
the study shows that the self esteem among working and non working women is
significantly different. It is concluded that working women are likely to have higher self
esteem than non working women.
Keyword: Self esteem

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-145
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LEVEL SHIFTER USING 32NM FINFET
TECHNOLOGY

Devesh Kishore1, Mukta Sahu2, Shikha Srivastava3


Assistant Prof 1,3, PG Scholar2, SKSITS1,3 Indore, TIET2 Jabalpur

Abstract- A logic shifter is also known Logic-level shifter. These circuits are used in
translation of signals from one logic level to another in terms of voltage. In this we have
implemented the Level Shifter using FinFET technology. The FinFET is thin body transistor

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shaped as fish fin. The fin is made on Silicon-on-chip (SOI) substrate. The FinFET
technology has the advantage of lower leakage current as compared to the CMOS devices.
We have used LTspice to implement this logic. The FinFET symbols are used which is
provided by Berkeley University. The PTM (Predictitive Technology Model) files are more
accurate and can be customised. We have used 32µm technology to implement our level
shifter logic. In this design we have used Short Gate FinFET (SG-FinFET).The level shifter is
designed in 32nm technology using LT-Spice. The simulation result shows the result of
shifting of signals from low to high. We have calculated the power consumed by the design
circuit and compared with the conventional CMOS technology design.
Key word: Logic level shifter, FinFET, silicon-on-chip (SOI), SG-FinFET, PTM, Spice

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-146
COMPARISONS OF BER AND FER OF DIFFERENT MODULATION METHODS FOR 5G
MOBILE COMMUNICATION

Dr. Dilip Sharma1, K Demosin Singh2


Faculty, PG Student

Abstract - The evolution of wireless mobile communication from Zero Generation (0G) to
Fourth Generation (4G) benefited the human race to a great extent that we literally depend
on wireless communication for almost everything in our lives. The introduction of 5G will
leap the current technology to a different direction with so many possibilities: better QoS,
edge computing, automation, virtual and augmented reality. In order to achieve high data
rate connectivity, installation of huge number of base stations with smaller sizes and higher
density is necessary. Thus, we compare various modulation methods in order to reduce ICI
and see which modulation scheme is a better fit for 5G mobile communication.

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EXTREME PROGRAMMING: VALUES, PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES AND USE

Dr Dhanraj Verma
Principal, College of Engeneering, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University
Saurabh Parikh, Research Scholar

Introduction to Extreme Programming- Software plays an important role in the modern


world. The development of software has always been regarded as a difficult task. Different
development methodologies have been proposed by the researchers and developers to guide
the software development process as a whole. Methodology is defined as a collection of
methods, procedures, and standards that define an integrated synthesis of engineering
approaches to the development of a product (Paulk et al,, 1993). The methodologies have
evolved around any one of the following three basic models: waterfall, incremental and
evolutionary models (Leishman, 2001). These methodologies impose a lot of rules for the
developers to follow. In the evolution process of these methodologies, they have become
rigid, heavily document oriented, plan oriented and process oriented and hence they are
called as heavyweight methodologies (Well, 2003). They have also been known
as plan driven methodologies (Boehm. 2002).

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SMART VEHICLE PARKING SYSTEM BASED ON INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Dr. Chetan Nagar1, Dr. Nitesh Vyas2


12Assistant Professor, Shri Vaishanv Institute of Management

Abstract - In recent times the concept of smart cities has gained grate popularity. Thanks
to the evolution of Internet of things the idea of smart city now seems to be achievable.
Consistent efforts are being made in the field of IoT in order to maximize the productivity
and reliability of urban infrastructure. Problems such as, traffic congestion, limited vehicle
parking facilities and road safety are being addressed by IoT. In this paper, we present an
IoT based cloud integrated smart parking system. The proposed Smart Parking system

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consists of an on-site deployment of an IoT module that is used to monitor and signalize the
state of availability of each single parking space. A mobile application is also provided that
allows an end user to check the availability of parking space and book a parking slot
accordingly. The paper also describes a high-level view of the system architecture. Towards
the end, the paper discusses the working of the system in form of a use case that proves the
correctness of the proposed model.
This paper introduces the problem and solution of parking in M.T. Cloth Market,
Indore. This paper introduces a novel algorithm that increases the efficiency of the current
cloud-based smart-parking system and develops a network architecture based on the
Internet-of-Things technology (IoT). This paper proposed a system that helps users
automatically find a free parking space at the least cost based on new performance metrics
to calculate the user parking cost by considering the distance and the total number of free
places in each two wheeler park. This cost will be used to offer a solution of finding an
available parking space upon a request by the user and a solution of suggesting a new park
if the current parking area is full. The simulation results show that the algorithm helps to
improve the probability of successful parking and minimizes the user waiting time. We also
successfully simulated the proposed system for the M.T. Cloth Market Indore.
Keywords: Emerging Cloud-Based Wireless Communications and Networks, Internet of
Things; Cloud Computing; Smart Parking; Smart City; Cloud of Things

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HR HEALTH AND WELFARE MEASURES IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

Mrs. (Prof.) Nisha Pathak


Language Department, Maa Narmada Degree College-Dhamnod

Introduction - During the pre – interdependent period industrial relations policy of the
British Government was one of laissez faire and also of selective intervention. There were
hardly any labour welfare relative scheme. After independence, labour legislation have
formed the basis for industrial relation and social security. There legislation have also
provided machinery for bipartite and tripartite consultation for settlement of disputes. Soon
after interdependence, the government at a tripartite conference in December 1947 adopted
the industrial truce relation. Several legislations, including the following, were enacted to
maintain industrial peace and harmony: factories 1948, Employee state insurance Act 1948
and minimum wages Act, 1948. The payment of bonus act was paned in 1965.

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IMPACT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION ON FINANCIALPERFORMANCE OF SBI &
ASSOCIATE BANKS (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STATE BANK OF INDORE
& STATE BANK OF SAURASHTRA)

1Dr. Mahesh Gupta, 2Prof. Jaikishan Sahu


1AssistantProfessor, SABBGA & C, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (M.P.) India
2Assistant Professor, Acropolis Institute of Management Studies & Research, Devi Ahilya

University, Indore (M.P.) India

Abstract - The purpose of the present paper is to explore various motives of merger in
Indian banking industry (With special reference to SBI & associate Banks). This includes
various aspects of bank mergers. It also compares before(pre) and after(post) merger
financial performance of merged banks with the help of financial parameters likeinvestment
ratios, management, coverage ratios, current ratios, operating ratios and profitability ratios.
Paired sample t-test is applied for the purpose of testing the statistical significance of
various parameters. The study is based on secondary data covering year 2006 to 2015
annual data of pre and post-mergerperiod. The Effect of merger on the performance of
banks being tested on the basis of two grounds i.e., Pre-merger and Post- merger. Finally
the study indicates that the banks have been not very much positively affected by the event
of merger. There are some of the financial parameters have shown significant improvement
during the post-merger period while most of the parameters have not shown significant
improvement during the post-merger period.The study reveals that the State Bank of India
(SBI) does not shows significant improvement in the financial performance in the post-
merger period..
Keywords: Banking industries, Merger of Banks in India,State Bank of Saurashtra to
merge with State Bank of India, Merger of State Bank of Indore with State Bank of India,
financial parameters,

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THE REVOLUTION IN ONLINE FOOD SERVICES: A PERCEPTUAL STUDY

Neha Sahu1, Barkha Agrawal2


Assistant Professor, IPS Academy, IBMR, Indore (India)

Abstract - While e-commerce is rapidly spreading around the world, the food industry also
began to take its place in this growing area. Companies have changed their traditional
business strategies into online marketing to suit customer needs and taste at any time.
This research paper aims to discuss the consumer's preference towards the online food
services in Indore. The survey was conducted for a purposeful analysis of the study on
around 150 respondents from Indore city. In the paper the major focus will be on the
various apps that are available either by 3rd party for delivery purpose or by restaurants
themselves for various purposes like delivery, pointing system, in house app ordering, etc.
The purpose is to know the influencing factors, their perceptions, needs, positioning of
various attributes of different online portals in their mind and overall satisfaction towards
online food services. Six parameters are taken under consideration for analysis using
positioning study (perceptual mapping). The main objective of the paper isto find the most
popular app in the food delivery industry and understand as to how have technology played
an important role in the restaurant industry.
Key Words: Online food service, Consumer Choice, Consumer Preference, Food delivery
app

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF BALANCED DIET
AMONG PLAYERS OF SELECTED TEAM GAME

Basanti Bamaniya1, Vivek B. Sathe2, Ajay Kumar Sahani3


School of Physical Education, Devi Ahilya University Indore,M.P., India. 452001

Abstract: - Team sports are based on intermittent high-intensity activity patterns, but the
exact characteristics vary between and within codes, and from one game to the next.
Balanced diet knowledge and practice are very important for everyone in order to have a
healthy lifestyle and free from any diseases. Players perfect knowledge and practice of
balanced diet plays an important role in their performance and health issue. Aim: This
study was attempted to determine the knowledge and practice of balanced diet among
selected team games players. We have selected total N= 250 players of team games such as
Cricket, Kho-kho, Kabaddi, Basketball and Hockey players, N= 50 players were selected
from each game as the age of the players between 18-30 years. The sample size was
reached out to maximum team players of India represented various levels domestically.
Methodology data was collected through random sampling method (online mode),
descriptive statistics were applied in M.S. Excel. ANOVA test was applied by using the SPSS
21 Version Software. Results: Knowledge of balanced diet the ANOVA and Descriptive
statistics results show that there was no significant difference among team players. The
practice of balanced diet the ANOVA and Descriptive statistics results shows that there
were significant differences among team players.
Keywords - Knowledge, Practice, Balanced diet, Team games, Players, Nutrition.

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THREE DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERIZATIONS OF NAPHTHALENE DERIVATIVES AS
LIGAND FOR CU++ COMPLEXES IN REFERENCE TO ΛM

Suprajnya Thakur
Department of Physics, SVIS, Shri Vaishnav Vidhyapeeth Vishwavidylaya, Indore, India

Abstract - Naphthalene derivatives are used as ligand largely in formation of Cu complexes.


Substitution on aniline moiety of the derivatives affects the various X-Ray absorption
properties of Cu++ Ligand complexes.
In the present study efforts have been made to analyze the 3D structural chemistry
of Naphthalene derivatives in respect of X-Ray absorption property λm. The properties used
to elucidate the 3D structure are electron density and net charge on particular atoms.
Along with these quantum properties dimensional features like X, Y and Z coordinate of
specific atoms are also considered.
For the purpose Huckel Molecular Orbital Theory has been applied with the help of
software Molecular Modeling Pro.
Key Words:- Huckel Molecular Orbital Theory, net charge, electron density, Quantum
molecular properties.

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RURAL TOURISM : AS A STRATEGY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

Dr. Rashmi Jain


Professor & Head, Social Work Department, Shri Jain Diwakar Mahavidhyalaya
Indore (M.P.)

Abstract - Tourism in rural areas is a new form of activity that can bring economic,
environment and social benefits to the society. The growth in the Indian rural tourism
marked in recent years means that many Indian villages have now found a place on the
tourist map. Not only does it provide the villagers with a much needed additional source of
income. Visitors are able to interact with them and gain a rare insight into their way of life.
In India, rural tourism in its true form is relatively new. Rural tourism can help in shaping
our society. It can have positive and negative impacts on rural as well as urban

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communities. There is a vast scope of rural tourism in rural areas. Rural tourism is one of
the fastest growing sectors in the tourism industry.
Key words - Rural Tourism, Tourism market, Economic Development, Environment.

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AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF GST ON THE NAMKEEN BUSINESS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDORE CITY

Dr.Vasudev Mishra
Principal-Cloth Market Institute of Professional Studies
Ms.Meena Prajapat
Research Scholar, DAVV, Indore

Abstract - GST in the Indian economy is one of the Revolutionalchanges. As a nation India
introduced many financial reforms including several tax reforms after independence.Indian
financial system is carrying very complicated structure so it is a need to consider all the
taxes paid by the consumers directly or indirectly under one roof. So it very same as in the
case of tax structure of Indianeconomy. Every year Indian tax authority changes the laws
and rates of the overall tax system. But the traditional tax system is becomes a burden that
the customers needed to pay all the indirect taxes relating to particular product and
service. The new tax reforms that GSTsubsumes all the taxes under one umbrella.The main
objective of the study is to measure the impact of GST on the growth and development of
Namkeen business in Indore City. As GST have very strict norms and it is difficult for the
entrepreneurs to follow even when they have no large scope for earning profit .For this
study total 100 Namkeen entrepreneurs from Indore were selected purposively for
examining the impact of GST.
Keywords: GST, Traditional Tax, Complicated Structure, Indian Economy, Financial
Reforms.

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POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION LOSSES IN INDIA- A STUDY REPORT

Dr. Manoj Jain1, Prof. Sheetal Arora2


Assistant Professor, P.M.B Gujarati Commerce College, Indore

Abstract — Energy is the basic necessity for overall development of a country. Energy
consumption per capita reflects the living standard of a country. But this energy must be
utilized efficiently for getting sustainable energy. Experience in many parts of the world
demonstrates that it is possible to reduce the T&D losses in a reasonably short period of
time and that such investments have a high internal rate of return. Overall T&D losses in
India is approximate 27% whereas in other countries like USA it is only 8%, Japan 7%,
Taiwan 9%, Korea 12.5%.India is the country having highest T&D losses in the world. So
there is a room for improvement in this area. Energy losses are increasing year by year in
states as well as in India as a whole. Energy losses reduction has been a challenging area
for Indian engineers but they could not found success because of mismanagement and
utilization of old and outdated technologies. This paper study report projects the area of
scope of energy losses reduction. Concept of Technical and Commercial loss, its possible
cause is discussed. Then analyzed the yearwise T & D losses and summaries the systematic
treatment utilizing the recent technologies. Energy conservation and good management in
distribution side that results the loss reduction and hence improvement of Indian economy
as well as reduction in consumer tariff that may bring the prosperity in India and reduce
the gap between generation and demand.

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―A STUDY OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF PRINT MEDIA WITH SPECIAL
REFERENCE TO DAINIK BHASKAR‖

1Dr. Sangita Bharukha, 2Indira Dixit


1Principal, 2Asst. Prof. 12Shri Jain Diwakar Mahavidyalaya

Introduction - Print media, as a traditional media, plays a significant role in the


development communication of country. The government often relies on print media to
secure wide coverage of messages through various newspapers and journals. In India, print
media strengths have largely been shaped by its historical experience and in particular by
its association with the freedom struggle as well as movements for social emancipation
reform and amelioration. At present various modern and sophisticated technologies are
using by the print media in both developed and under developed countries and they also
face stiff competition from electronic media.

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A STUDY ON PERCEPTION OF CUSTOMERS TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING IN UJJAIN
& DEWAS

Deepika Kasera, Assistant Professor

Abstract:- The purpose Of this study is Examine the Perception of customers towards
online Shopping, Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce, Online Shopping is
became a new trend of shopping today, Percentage of Online shopping is increase every
Year, So The Objective of this study is To identify the effect of factors such as time ,quality
and price on online shopping. The study show how available facilities at online shopping
impact on the buying behavior as well as their routine behavior. Under the study various
factor has analyzed which describe the practices adopted by the online shops. This study
can be fruitful for development of online shopping. Therefore we have also decided to study
consumer‘s attitudes towards online shopping and specifically studying the factors
influencing consumers to shop online. The population selected for the research is Ujjain
And Dewas, the sample size selected for this research is 100.. and we have used Random
sampling technique.. During the survey it was found that still there are 94 % people who
have Trust on online shopping, Such a time and price are the factors who attract customer
for Online Shopping. Scope For Scope For Further Study. More studies can be conducted
on different place.. Sample size can be increased for further study
Key Words : Online Shopping, Electronic Commerce, Perception, Random Sampling

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HARDWARE BASED ENERGY SAVING TECHNIQUE IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

Umesh Kumbhalkar1, Dr. Sharad Gangele2


1,2Departmentof Computer Science & Engineering,
1RKDF University, Bhopal, India

Abstract: The high-performance WSN has become a high demanding research area due to
its various applications and its power consumption optimization is important for the life of

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the WSN. In WSN, various factors affect the power consumption such as sensor node,
packet data transfer and communication protocols. The power analysis of WSN shows that
power consumption optimization in sensor nodes is essential in WSN. In this paper, we
presents hardware configurable architecture which is an attractive solutions to
construct the sensor node because of its advanced features.
Keywords: Wireless Sensor Network, Energy Efficiency, Hardware

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-165
A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE BASED INTELLIGENT SYSTEM IN AI AND
PERSONALISATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MOBILE WEB

Anwar Hasan Khan1, Praveen Tripathi2, Vidhi Jain3


Assist Professor, MDITM, Indore

Abstract – Intelligent system is a branch of artificial intelligence science, For example


machine can learn email receiving and distinguish the difference between spam and non
spam there is not any type of particular research that show how artificial intelligent used
and utilize as personalization in mobile web, how to safely used artificial intelligent in
mobile web .we show a study of different artificial intelligent system can be used safely in
mobile web.
This is unique and latest research to show a system used for mobile web this study
paper show two questions of philosophers of two thousand year to understand and resolve
two big questions of universe :how does a human mind work and can non human have
mind ?how ever this questions are still unanswered therefore the answer to this question
can machine think and how to make learn to machine like mobile web make
intelligent. How ever the answer is not yes or no but an vague or fuzzy one the
DENDRAL PROGRAM,THE MYCIN expert system THE PROSPECTOR (FOR MEDICAL
DIGNOSIS) Waterman found nearly 200expert system (durkin 1994).
The expert system are restricted to a very narrow domain of expertise for example
MYCIN which was developed for diagnosis of infection in blood diseases ,lack any real
knowledge of human physiology.if the Patient has more than one disease we cannot relay
on MYCIN.
Because of Narrow domain expert systems ARE NOT AS ROBUST AND FLEXIBLE
There are many problems in expert system to learn from their experience We show a study
which expert system is best to use in particular field and how by neural networks and by
fuzzy logics.

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ON VARIOUS PROPERTIES OF Δ-LINDELӧF SPACES

Dr.Sandhya Gupta
Asst. Professor at SICA College

Abstract:- Jong Suh Park in a paperH-closed spaces and 𝛚 –Lindel ӧf spaces,Journal of


Chungcheong Mathematical Society, Vol.1,June 1988 has proved various results related
with 𝛚 -Lindelӧf Spaces.By introducing the notion of δ-Lindelӧf Spaces we obtain
generalization of various results of Park.

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A REVIEW ON PLANT ESSENTIAL OILS AS MOSQUITO REPELLENT

Deepak Kumar Gupta1, Manohar Chouhan2, Shelendra Mangalawat3, Revathi Gupta4


Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore (M.P)

Abstract: Mosquitoes are small, midge like flies that constitute the family Culicidae.which
transmit extremely harmful diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, Chikungunya, West Nile
Virus, dengue fever, filariasis, Zika virus and other arboviruses, rendering it the deadliest
animal family in the world. Essential oils belonging to various plant species and possessing

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mixtures of hydrocarbons have been seen to act as effective repellent against various
pests. Essential oils are volatile mixtures of hydrocarbons with a diversity of functional
groups, and their repellent activity has been linked to the presence of mono - terpenes and
sesquiterpenes. The commercially marketed repellents basically consist of essential oils
from plants Cymbopogon nardus, Eucalyptus maculata, Cymbopogon excavatus, Mentha
piperita, Azadirachta indica. The present article envisaged to review the reports of essential
oils on its effectiveness as repellent.
Keywords: Repellent, mosquito, repellent, essential oil, Vector-borne disease.

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AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON IMPACT OF MARKETING STRATEGIES BY MOBILE
OPERATORS ON CUSTOMERS

Prof. Priyanka Vijayvargiya


P.M.B. Gujarati Commerce College

Today, a cell phone is not just a rich man‘s fashion accessory in India. It is transforming
the way millions of people do business in a country where even landlines were considered
luxury barely a decade ago. Across the country people with low income group are now
adopting cellular phones as tools for enhancing business. Cell phone technology introduces
new senses of speed and connectivity to social life.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF NANOPARTICLES BASED TOPICAL GEL
FORMULATION OF PARACETAMOL

Rupali Partani, Deepak Birla, Jayanti Mukherjee


Shri Bherulal Pharmacy Institute, Indore

Abstract-
Objective: The objective of the present investigation is to formulate and evaluate
nanoparticles (NPs) based topical gel of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
paracetamol for the treatment of arthritis, temporary relief of fever, minor aches, and pains
which would attenuate the gastrointestinal related toxicities associated with oral
administration.
Methods: The nanoparticles were formulated by nanoprecipitation technique using 5%
native maize starch, Tween 80 and Sodium Tripolyphosphate (STPP) used as cross-linking
agent. The freeze dried nanoparticles were evaluated using FTIR, SEM and DLS studies. The
freeze dried drug loaded cross-linked starch nanoparticles were incorporated in carbopol
934 to disperse in small quantity of distilled water. Subsequently glycerin and
triethanolamine were added with stirring till the carbopol gel gets dispersed. The In-Vitro
drug release of the formulated gel was evaluated using Modified Franz diffusion cell
containing dialysis membrane and phosphate buffer having pH 7.4 as the receptor medium.
The permeation profiles were determined by plotting cumulative% drug release Vs time
(Zero order release), log cumulative % drug remaining Vs time (first order release),
cumulative % drug release Vs square root of time (Higuchi Model), log cumulative % drug
release Vs log time (Korsmeyer Peppas Model) and cube root % drug remaining Vs time
(Hixson Crowell Model).
Results: The Zeta value of NPs -42.87 indicated a stable formulation. It has been observed
high drug entrapment efficiency. SEM data revealed the surfaces of nanoparticles were
smooth and flaky like structure. FTIR results indicated no interaction among the drug and
the excipients. From the release kinetics data it was observed that the release of
paracetamol from the starch loaded nanoparticles exhibit anomalous (non-Fickian)
diffusion for Hixson Crowell Model, first order and Higuchi Model whereas it closely follows
zero order release and also highly correlated with Korsmeyer Peppas Model.
Conclusion: The research work concluded that the paracetamol loaded NPs based topical
gel formulation containing carbopol was successfully developed for topical application with
good permeation potentiality as evident from its in-vitro results.
Keywords: Nanoparticles, Freeze drying, Paracetamol, Carbopol, Topical Gel.

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A STUDY OF DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSING LOAN BY BANK UNDER CHIEF MINISTER
RURAL HOUSING MISSION
From 2011 To 2016 (With Special Reference To Indore District)

Dr.Rajendra Jain
Former Principal PMB Gujarati Commerce College, Indore[M.P.]
Prof. Pama Jain
Asst. Prof. PMB Gujarati Commerce College, Indore[M.P.]

Abstract - India is a well developing nation yet on the opposite side suffered a various
issues. Housing is one of the significant issue in India. Housing is all around perceived as
one of the essential human rights. The India is as yet battling with housing issue
particularly in rural area. Madhya Pradesh has about 37 lac rural poor who are either
houseless or live in semi-pucca houses. Hence, there it was felt that there is a requirement
of a scheme which helps poor people of rural areas to build their own house. Keeping this in
mind, Chief Minister Rural Housing Mission was launched. This scheme was based on ―On-
Request-On-Demand‖ loan. With the help from different departments, the beneficiary can
built their own house. Based on the land location, beneficiary eligibility criteria, the bank
agrees to give loan for the construction of the house.
Keywords: - Rural area, Houseless, Bank loan, On-Request-On-Demand,Chief Minister
Rural Housing Mission

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-171
WORKING WOMEN BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS INVESTMENT

Prof. Neha Jain


Asst. Professor (Management), P.M.B. Gujarati Commerce College, Indore

Abstract: - Role of women is changing in the present scenario, as the Indian society no
longer portrays Patriarchal Society. Our so called ‘Home Makers‘ have proved their
excellence in the outside world also. Working women culture has not only changed the
economic scenario but also has empowered the women with financial and functional
independence. Education, knowledge and open markets for investments have served a
rational platform for the women investors to invest their hard earned money into various
investments avenues. This enables to live a tension free life with a dignity and financial
independence.
The research study is based on the analysis of income and investment pattern of the
respondents i.e. working women in the society.
Keywords: Annual Income, Investment avenues, Risk bearing capacity, Return on
investment, financial planning, Portfolio management.

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MARKET POTENTIAL OF WATER PURIFIER INDUSTRIES IN INDIA

Dr. Rajendra Jain


Professor, P.M.B.Gujarati Commerce College, Indore
Prof. Madhvi Panchal
Asst.Prof.,P.M.B.Gujarati Commerce College, Indore

Abstract- This research paper is related to market potential of water purifiers in India. In
this paper we studied about the Market, Revenue and Growth of water purifier industries of
India. After the research we found that the Market Potential of water purifier industries in
India is very high and having growing trend year-by-year.

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AN INVESTIGATION TO THE BREACH TO INFORMATION SECURITY

Dr. Rajendra Singh


Prof., Institute of Management Studies, DAVV, Indore
Prof. Ajay Malpani
Faculty, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore

Abstract:- Information technology in this professional world is creating a rather unique set
of issues that requires the selection of new moral choices on the part of society and has
generated special implications to those who breach the security. Technology itself is not the
only, nor necessarily the most responsible, cause of these issues. All questions arise
initially due to human interference. An issue is said to arise when one affect the working or
behavior of other in pursuit of its goals. The crucial point comes when one decides to
change / breach the present state of information security. It of course involves the usage of
information technology. Information security is nothing but the safeguards to the
information sharing over the internet between people. There are some disgruntled people
who breach the security and either destroy or steel the data of anyone not for the benefit of
themselves rather sometimes to create troubles in the working of others. This paper is
specially focusing upon identifying the factors which are responsible for breaching the
information security through information technology which indeed can be used for
protecting the information. The researchers have used structured questionnaire for
collection of data and SPSS software was used to analyze the data.
Keywords: Information, information security, security, technology, etc.

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES OF STEGANOGRAPHY

Dr. Arpana Bharani


Asst. Prof.(Computer Science)
Shri Cloth market Kanya Vanijya Mahavidyalaya

Abstract - The art of storing the data has got much consideration in the ongoing years as
security of digital data has got a major concern in this age of internet. As sharing of
sensitive and important data through a typical communication channel has turned out to
be unavoidable, Steganography which is a part of concealing data has got a major
consideration. Nowadays we are enclosed by various communication forms, where
individuals of different types are transmitting data as honest as a entering credit card
number to an online-store and as treacherous as a terrorist to plan a hijack. Steganography
derives from the Greek word steganos, meaning covered or secret, and graphy (writing or
drawing) [1]. Steganography is a technique where data compression, data hypothesis,
spread spectrum, and cryptography advancements techniques are united to fulfill the
requirement for security on the Internet. This paper is aimed to analyze the different
procedures utilized in steganography and to distinguish zones in which this procedure can
be connected, with the goal that mankind can be profited.
Keywords: Digital data, Steganography, Spread spectrum, Cryptography

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FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF BILAYER MATRIX TABLET OF
IBUPROFEN

Anjali Mishra1, Modi Amit2, Pandey Pankaj K3, Dixit Rupali4, Patidar Sunil5
Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India

Abstract - The objective of present research was to formulate, develop and evaluate bilayer
tablet for relieving of pain containing Ibuprofen which is a propionic acid derivative and
belongs to NSAIDs class of drug. It has a short half-life that is characterized by rapid
release of drugs in the GIT and conforms to the release requirements of sustained-release
products. In this formulation the consisting bi-layer tablets are composed of a sustained-
release layer & an immediate-release layer. The Immediate release layer was prepared by
direct compression method by using super disintegrating agents i.e. sodium starch
glycolate. The sustained release layer prepared by wet granulation method using by varying
polymer concentration i.e. HPMC E50. Both the layers were separately optimized and were
prepared. The tablets were evaluated for post compression parameters like thickness,
weight variation, hardness, friability, disintegration time, wetting time, in vitro dissolution
studies and drug content uniformity. The final optimized formulation F2 as bilayer tablet in
which sodium starch glycolate show maximum drug release 24.67 % for 1 hr in immediate
release layer and drug release 98.2 % for 24 hr in sustained release layer using HPMC E50
is selected as optimized batch of bilayer tablet formulation.
Keywords: Bilayer Tablet, Ibuprofen, Immediate release, sustained release.

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EVALUATION OF HEPATOPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF TUBERS OF CORALLOCARPUS
EPIGAEUS

Patidar Preetibala1, Singune Shantilal1, Modi Amit2, Bele D.S.1, Patidar Sunita2
1Charak Institute of Pharmacy, Mandleshwar (M.P.) INDIA
2Mathuradevi Institute Of Pharmacy, Indore, (M.P.) INDIA

Abstract:- The literature survey reveals that many important medicinal properties shown
by Corallocarpusepigaeus were used in folk medicine. Its Hepatoprotective potential is one
of them. None of any available scientific literature present study hepatoprotective activity of
tubers part of this plant.
In view of this, the present study was undertaken to investigate the hepatoprotective
potential of the tubers of Corallocarpus epigaeus. In this study first, extract was prepared
using Soxhlet apparatus with continuous heat extraction method in 95% v/v ethanol. Then
Preliminary Phytochemicals Screening was carried out for identification of flavonoids,
alkaloids, steroids, tannins and carbohydrates by using different types of chemical tests.
The result of phytochemical screening shows that ethanolic extract contained flavonoids,
steroids and terpenoids. The Acute Oral Toxicity study for determination of LD50 was done
by Dose Fixation method according to OECD guideline (AOT 425). This was performed in
Swiss Albino mice. The observation of this study confirmed that, LD50 of the compound
was greater than 2000mg/kg for the test compound. Any dose below 2000mg/kg could be
used as a dose for animals and evaluation of hepatoprotective activity was carried out at
doses of 200 mg/kg body weight by using CCl4 induced hepatotoxicity. Statistical analysis
carried out by Student t-test, one way ANOVA and followed by Dunnett‘s test using PRISM
Software (Graph Pad PRISM Version 5.03).
Keywords:- Hepatoprotective, Hepatotoxicity, CCl4, Flavonoid, Tannin, Corallocarpus
Epigaeus

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FORMULATION AND EVALUTION OF IN-SITU GEL CONTAINING AMOXICILLIN
HYDROCHLORIDE IN THE TREATMENT OF PERIODONTITIS

Patidar Sunita1, Modi Amit2, Patidar Sunil3, Dixit Rupali4


Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore

Abstract - The main objective of the present study is to formulate & evaluation of
Amoxicillin Hydrochloride (0.1% w/v) in-situ gel in periodontal drug delivery systems. Many
people are having experience of dental issue and extreme dread is tooth misfortune. Thus
in-situ gelling framework was intended for the treatment of periodontal sicknesses. The
remedial adequacy of medication can be significantly enhanced by drawing out its contact
time. Formulations were developed by simple solution method. Each formulation was
characterized in terms of in gelling strength, viscosity, rheology, content uniformity, in vitro
drug release, and syringe ability. Drug release data from all formulations was fitted to
different kinetic models and the Korsemeyer-Peppas model was the best fit model.
Expanding the centralization of each polymeric segment fundamentally expanded
thickness, syringe ability, and time for half, 70%, and 90% medication discharge. In
conclusion, the formulations described offer a wide range of physical and drug release
characteristics. The formulation containing 0.5% w/v of gellan gum and 14% w/v of
pluronic F-127 exhibited superior physical characteristics. The formulation stored at 4˚C
before application, which is syringeable through 21 gauge needle. This formulation was
made to inject directly in to periodontal pocket where it immediately converts in to gel form
at body temperature.
Keywords: Periodontitis, Poloxamer 407, Gelation temperature, Syringe ability, Periodontal
pocket

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS OF DICLOFENAC
SODIUM AND KETOROLAC USING DIFFERENT SUPERDISINTIGRANTS

Modi Amit1, Dixit Rupali2, Patidar Sunil3, Patidar Sunita4, Pandey Pankaj5
Mathuradevi institute of pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India

Abstract - A fast dissolving drug delivery system can be defined as a dosage form for oral
administration, which when placed in mouth, rapidly disintegrates or dissolves and can be
swallowed in the form of liquid.
The aim of the present work is to formulate a tablet of Diclofenac Sodium and
Ketorolac which disintegrate and dissolve rapidly and give its rapid onset of action:
analgesic, antipyretic and anti inflammatory action. Diclofenac sodium is among the most
extensively used NSAIDs; employed in musculoskeletal complaints, especially arthritis.
Ketorolac is a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug (NSAID) that exhibits analgesic activity
mediated by peripheral effects. Conventional pain killer tablets available in market are not
suitable where quick onset of action is required. Besides, the conventional tablets also show
poor patient compliance particularly by geriatric and pediatric patients and those who are
suffering from dysphasia, nausea and vomiting. Fast dissolving tablet (FDT) offer maximum
advantage for those patients‘ particularly pediatric and geriatric patients who are not able
to swallow traditional tablets and capsules. In present study, an attempt had been made to
formulate for FDT of Diclofenac Sodium and Ketorolac by using various superdisintigrant
like croscarmellose, sodium starch glycolate sodium and crosspovidone (polyplasdone XL)
followed by direct compression technique. The tablets were evaluated for weight variation,
hardness, friability, disintegration time, wetting time, in vitro dissolution studies and drug
content. It was concluded that the batch which was prepared by using combination of
crosspovidone and sodium starch glycolate as a superdisintigrant shows excellent
disintegration time, enhance dissolution rate, taste masking and hence lead to improve
efficacy and bioavaibility of drug.
Keywords: Diclofenac Sodium, Ketorolac, Fast dissolving tablet (FDT), Superdisintigrant

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SYNTHESIS AND ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF SOME NOVEL
FLUOROQUINOLONE DERIVATIVES

Sourabh D Jain1, Kapil M Agrawal2, Atul A Shirkhedkar3, Sanjay J Surana4


1B.M. College of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Indore (M.P.), India
2Royal Institute of Management & Advanced Studies, Behind Landmark Motor, Gram

Salakhedi, Kharakhedi, Ratlam (M.P.), India


34Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, R. C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical

Education and Research, Shirpur (M.S.), India

Abstract - Fluoroquinolone plays an important role in medicinal chemistry, because many


of its derivatives have demonstrated significant biological activity. Presently novel
fluoroquinolone derivatives were synthesized and screened against two gram negative and
two gram positive bacterial strains. These compounds were confirmed by IR, 1H NMR, 13C
NMR and elemental analysis. Selected compounds were confirmed by mass spectral study.
These compounds exhibited very good In vitro antimicrobial activity and may serve as a lead
for further optimization.
Key Words: Fluoroquinolone, Synthesis, Antimicrobial Evaluation

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APPLICATIONS OF MORINGA OLEIFERA SEEDS EXTRACT IN WATER TREATMENT: A
REVIEW

Smruti Sohani1, Rajendra Saxena2


1Department of Bioscience, 2Department of Agriculture
College of Professional Studies, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore, India
Abstract - Moringa oleifera is the most common natural water coagulant that concerned by
many researchers. It is a single family of shrubs and trees that is cultivated in the whole of
tropical belt. It belongs to the family Moringaceae and is one of the 14 known species. The
tree has been described as a multi-purpose tree for life. It has, in recent times, been
advocated as an outstanding indigenous source of highly digestible protein, Ca, Fe, Vitamin
C, and carotenoids suitable for utilization in many of the developing regions of the world
where undernourishment is a major concern. The seeds are eaten green, roasted, powdered
and steeped for tea or used in curries. It has found applications in medicinal uses, as
cosmetics, in food supplements, and in water treatment. Softening of water with M. oleifera
has also been identified to have potential advantage since it is accompanied by very low
reduction in alkalinity, which is required to provide the necessary buffering capacity to
achieve required treatment objectives. Many researchers have also identified the presence of
an active antimicrobial agent in Moringa oleifera seeds. This paper presents a review of
these various applications of M. oleifera seeds extract in water treatment and highlights the
other areas requiring.
Keywords- Seeds extract, water treatment, softening, disinfection, Moringa oleifera,

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FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF EFFERVESCENT TABLET OF
ESOMEPRAZOL AND ACECLOFENAC

Dixit Rupali, Modi Amit, Patidar Sunita, Patidar Sunil


Mathuradevi Institute f Pharmacy, Indore
Abstract - The present research work is to develop effervescent tablet of Esomeprazole and
Aceclofenac Effervescent tablet is a tablet intended to be dissolved or dispersed in water
before administration. Esomeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor which reduces acid
secretion and treat ulcers while Aceclofenac is a potent anti-inflammatory drug. Six
formulations were prepared by varying the quantity of Sodium Bicarbonate. The final blend
of the drug and excipients were evaluated for powder flow properties, bulk density, tapped
density, compressibility index and hausners ratio. All the formulations were evaluated for
thickness, weight variation, disintegration time, hardness, friability, drug content,
dissolution. The study reveals that that the F4 batch showed the best effervescence time. In
vitro dissolution studies indicate that formulation F4 shows more than 95.96% drug release
at the end of 5 min.
Keywords: Aceclofenac, Esomeprazole, Effervescent tablet.

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TEXT SUMMARIZATION

Mr. Kamlesh Mali1, Mr. Mukul Sharma2, Mr. Shailendra Tiwari3


1Student, 2Asst.Prof, MDITM, 3Asst. Prof, MDITM, Indore

Abstract - The Project ―Text Summarization‖ is the process of shortening a text document
with software, in order to create a summary with the major points of the original document.
Lexical Chaining is an important technique in natural language processing, many of
Lexalytics algorithms realy heavily on it.
Even if those sentences are not adjacent to each other in the text, they are lexically
related to each other and can thus be associated with each other. This is a really important
concept - if the nouns are related to each other, we can find that conceptual (lexical) chain
in the content, even when those sentences are separated by many other unrelated
sentences.

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The ―score‖ of a lexical chain is directly related to the length of the chain and the
relationships between the chaining nouns (same word, antonym, synonym, meronym,
hyper/holonyms, etc.)
Inside of Lexalytics software, theme extraction uses lexical chains for theme scoring.
Summarization uses lexical chains to pick the most representative sentences. Entity
sentiment scoring uses lexical chains to associate sentiment bearing phrases with the
entities the mselves.

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AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS PERCEPTION AND SATISFACTION TOWARDS
MBA EDUCATION IN INDORE CITY

Mr. Satish Patel, Asst. Professor, Mathuradevi Institute of Management


Dr. Shilpi Mehta, Director, Mathuradevi Institute of Management
Ms. Shweta Meshram, Asst. Professor. Mathuradevi Institute of Management
Ms. Deepika Kasera, Asst. Professor, Mathuradevi Institute of Management
Abstract - The present study is an empirical analysis designed to measure the MBA
student‘s perception and satisfaction level towards the MBA program in Indore city. The
study was undertaken with sample of 100 students. While selecting this city, placement,
activities done by the institutes, computer lab facility, suggestion from friends and family,
career goal of the student, ambitions, positive word of mouth, experience of the faculty,
guidance from the faculty as well as the counselor, specializations offered and course
provided by the institutes, brand name of the institute and environment location are mostly
considered by the students. Today more and more students who are opting master‘s degree
are very conscious regarding the selection of the institutions. After selecting such institute,
it becomes important for them to have complete satisfaction and positive perception
towards the course, they have studied. The objective of the study is to find out the student‘s
perception and satisfaction level towards MBA program, to examine the knowledge and
skills of students in practical field and to analyze level of student‘s awareness towards MBA
program. The findings of the study is that the students are highly satisfied with the factors
like low fee, infrastructural facilities, quality teaching etc., where they are dissatisfied with
the practical aspects adopted by the institutes. According o them, skill development
workshops should be organized more for the students so that they can get the practical
exposure of the course as well. Certainly the study has contributed to all companies in
training policies and development strategies that may benefit the students‘ for their better
future.
Keywords: Institute, Positive perception, Satisfaction level, Environment, MBA program

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BIM USES IN INDIA & TRADITIONAL DESIGN SOFTWARE’S USES IN INDIA

Poornima Chauhan, Neha Balkhnde


Assistant Professor, MDITM, Indore
Abstract - BIM stands for Building Information Modelling, is a process in which we plan,
design, construct and manage building and infrastructure very efficiently. It is a process
that holds design and construction together.
In India there are a lot of firms not using BIM for construction. In this paper I will
explain through the steps that a construction firm takes to go from design through
construction using BIM. The process of using BIM models for collaborative purposes,
leading up to and through construction is a lengthy one. It involves a real investment on
software and employees.
We discuss several aspects of the value of BIM technology and we proposed the
future application prospects of BIM technology.
Keywords: Building Information Model, Application of BIM Technology, Traditional
software.

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A REVIEW PAPER ON- ―AUTOMOTIVE REGENERATIVE BRAKING SYSTEM FOR
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TO OPERATE BRAKING AND PARKING LIGHT‖

Prof. Sanjay Bhandole1, Prof. Lalit Makhan Mishra2, Prof. Ajay Kumar Singh3
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mathuradevi Institute of Technology &
Management, Indore (M.P.), India
Abstract - The development of automobile vehicle requires more energy than available
because of energy shortage and the environmental crisis we need such system which are
used to generate electricity by converting waste mechanical energy in automotive vehicle.
Old commercial vehicles, such as BS-I, BS-II, buses, trucks and delivery vehicles, consume
significantly more energy than BS-III, BS-IV vehicles, since they have the characteristic of
frequent start/stop with high moment of inertia and drive at low speeds on designated city
routes. It is our requirement to make these vehicles more fuel efficient and environmentally
friendly. The new commercial vehicle is a promising solution to reduce emissions by
adopting sensor based technology, by using BS-IV level fuel and also equipped with braking
energy regeneration systems to recover the kinematic loss from frequent braking. This
review paper introduces regenerative braking system for heavy loaded vehicle which help us
to recover energy in the form of electricity to operate parking and braking lights. Without
mechanical connection involved to transfer energy within the power train, greater power
train efficiency can be achieved. By adopting this system we save fuel consumption and it
also help us to recover waste energy in the form of kinetic energy produce due to braking.
Keywords: Commercial Vehicles, Regenerative Brake, Braking light, Parking Light

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EVALUATION OF ANTI-ANXIETY ACTIVITY AND MOTOR-COORDINATION POTENTIAL
OF OCIMUM SANCTUM SEEDS

Bharti Verma1, Dr. Vijay Patel2


1Shri Bherulal Pharmacy Institute, Indore M.P. (India)
2BM College of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Indore M.P. (India)

Abstract - Objective: Plant products serve as an alternative to synthetic products because


of easy accessibility, decreased toxicity and lower prices compared to synthetic products.
Presently, treatment of anxiety with standard anti-anxiety drugs is associated with various
shortcomings inviting us to study newer agents that would overcome these problems.
Mucilage and fatty acids present in Ocimum sanctum seeds may represent a new treatment
approach for anxiety. The present study was undertaken to investigate the anti-anxiety
effect (central nervous system modulating activities) as well as locomotor activity (motor co-
ordination activity) of Ocimum sanctum seeds extract.
Method: Albino wistar rats weighing between 200-250 gm were divided in to 4 groups of 6
animals each and subjected to mirrored chamber, elevated plus maze and actophotometer
to determine antianxiety and locomotor activity.
Result: Diazepam, Test 1 and Test 2 treated group shows significant increase in number of
entries and time spent in mirrored chamber (P<0.01 P<0.05, P<0.01) respectively. The
latency period is also decreased by diazepam, Test 1 and Test 2 as compared to control
group.
Similarly In elevated plus maze apparatus, diazepam and test drug treated rats
showed significant increase (P<0.01) in the number of open arm entries, time spent in open
arms compared to control group.
Locomotor activity in actophotometer was significantly decreased (P<0.01) in
animals treated with standard drug diazepam and test extract compared with vehicle
treated control group.
Conclusion: Ocimum sanctum seeds extract shows significant anti-anxiety and motor-
coordination effect compared to control group but the activity was less compared to
diazepam.
Keywords: Anxiolytic, Elevated plus maze, Motor-coordination, Ocimum sanctum etc.

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RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-189
FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT & EVALUATION OF LEFLUNOMIDE HYDROGEL FOR
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

1Khan Rameez, 2Vishwakarma Shivani, 3Khan Mohd.Faarooq,4Gupta A. Revathi,


5Bhardwaj Rita
1Institute of pharmacy, Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore Madhya Pradesh, India

Abstract - Leflunomide is an isoxalzone immuno modulatory agent which belongs to


DMARD (Disease Modifying Antirheumatic Drug) class of drug. It is an inhibitor of
pyrimidine synthesis and has antiproliferative and anti-inflammatory action. This research
is designed to provide constant pain relief gives better therapeutic action of the drug RA.
Preformulation studies such as identification (white powder), melting point (163-
165C),solubility, partition coefficient (2.4) calibration curve for leflunomide are done.
Hydrogel containing leflunomide is prepared in different batches(F1-F6) by carbopol,
sodium benzoate, leflunomide, propylene glycol,trieethanole amine. The formulation were
evaluated by pH(5.0-6.5), viscosity (22600+-0.3),drug content (94.33+-0.3) and drug release,
it is thus concluded that F6 formulation provided satisfactory results. The results obtained
may be considered as tools for assistance to the regulatory authorities scientific
organisation and manufacturer for developing standard formulation and great efficacy
Keywords:- Leflunomide,Hydrogel, rheumatic arthritis.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-190
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF NANOMICELLE GEL BY USING CASSIA FISTULA
LEAVES – A REVIEW

Jaiswal Shikha1, Rathore Megha2, Dr. Vimukta Sharma3


12Department of Pharmaceutics, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore, M.P.
3Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, BM College of Pharmaceuticla Edu. & Reas,

Indore, M.P.
Abstract- Skin is the most exposed organ of the body. Now a days skin problem are rapidly
spread in world wide and their treatment is so expensive. However, they have serious
adverse effect and have limitations for a long term therapy. Herbal drugs are greatest
benefit associated with herbal formulations is the non existence of side effects. Also, they
tend to offer long lasting benefits in terms of overall wellness. During exhaustive literature
survey found that cassia fistula leaves is one such natural source for treatment of eczema,
Psorisis, ringworm etc. Cassia fistula are used for the treatment of eczema due to easily
available , relieving skin irritation , swelling and inflammation , it also used for treatment of
ringworm.We are planned to prepare a Nanomicelles Gel of cassia fistula leaves for
treatmentof Eczema.
Keywords : Nanomicelles, Gel, Cassia Fistula Leaves.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-191
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND IN-VITRO ANTI-MICROBIAL
EVALUATION OF BOERHAAVIA DIFFUSA

Deepak K Birla1, Sourabh D Jain2, Deepti Mishra2, Jayanti Mukherjee1,


Vimukta Sharma2
1Shri Bherulal Pharmacy Institute, Indore (M.P.)-India
2BM College of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Indore (M.P.)-India

Abstract - Boerhaavia diffusa is a herbal plant, which is common in the tropics in both dry
and rainy seasons. It is found in India, Nigeria and many other countries. Boerhaavia
diffusa is a herbaceous member of the family Nyctaginaceae. It has attracted a lot of
attention due to its prevalent uses in Ayurvedic system of medicine. It has a long history of
uses by indigenous and tribal people and in natural herbal medicines. Besides, the
Boerhaavia diffusa plant is reported to posses many pharmacological, clinical, and
antimicrobial properties.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the phytochemicals and antimicrobial
activity of various solvent extracts of Boerhaavia diffusa. The antimicrobial activity of

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aqueous extracts of Boerhaavia diffusa were tested against the Gram-positive and Gram-
negative bacterial strains by observing the zone of inhibition. The Gram-positive organism
as Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis and the Gram-negative organism as
Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa were used for the screening of In-vitro
antimicrobial activity. The result revealed the presence of alkaloid, glycoside, saponins,
flavonoids and tannin in the petroleum ether, methanol and aqueous extracts of Boerhavia
diffusa root. The aqueous extract of Boerhavia diffusa root possesses antimicrobial activity
as the zone of inhibition was observed for both gram positive as well as gram negative
bacterial strains.
Key Words: Boerhaavia diffusa, Phytochemical screening, Antimicrobial activity, Gram
positive strains, Gram-negative bacterial strains.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-192
A STUDY ON COST OF MARKETING OF CASH CROP IN NEEMUCH DISTRICT

Ruchi Mundra, Research Scholar

Abstract - An attempt has been made in this study to examine the cost of marketing
pattern of four selected cash crops (soyabean, groundnut, isabgol, garlic) in three blocks of
Neemuch district. The study reveals that there is no significant difference among the cost of
marketing pattern of selected cash crops which include cost of assembling, packing,
storage, grading, insurance, transportation and cost of getting market information in
Neemuch district.

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RHIZOSPHERE EFFECT ON THE AVAILABILITY OF PHOSPHORUS TO THE CROPS

Narendra Chouhan1, Upasana Mishra2 and Artika Singh Kushwaha3


1Head of Department, Institute of Agriculture, SAGE University, Indore (M.P)
23Assistant Professor, Medicaps University, Indore

Abstract - Rhizosphere was described for the first time by Lorenz Hiltner in 1904. It varies
with the plant species and the soil, generally considered at 2 mm distance from the root
surface. Researchers have shown that the influence can be up to 10 mm. Rhizosphere
affects the nutrient availability to crops as well as microbial population in soil. The
interaction between plant nutrients in soil and plant exudates modifies the micro climate of
the rhizosphere. The activity of plant roots has an impact on the physicochemical
conditions and the biological activity in the surrounding rhizosphere compartment and vice
versa. The physical-chemical conditions that predominant in the rhizosphere are useful to
understand the role that plays microorganisms, particularly bacteria on soil nutrient
availability. The rhizosphere pH is usually lower than the bulk soil in 1-2 units.
Phosphorus (P) is essential to all known life forms because it is a key element in
many physiological and biochemical processes. Phosphorus (P) is the second most
abundant macronutrient in plants after nitrogen. It is low availability in soil due to slow
diffusion and high fixation can be one of the major limiting factors for plant growth.
Inorganic P constitutes a dominant part of total P and is considered to be the major
contributor of P to the growing plants. All forms exist in soil but in general in acid soil AI-P
and Fe-P are the dominant forms of inorganic-P whereas in neutral, alkaline and calcareous
soil Ca-P is the dominant part of inorganic P fractions.
In recent years, great attention has been dedicated to study the role that soil
microorganism‘s play in the dynamics of phosphate (P), particularly those able to solubilize
insoluble P forms. . Utilization of microorganisms to increase the availability of P in soil
therefore is an attractive proposition for developing a more sustainable agriculture. An
effective mechanism of plant roots to increase soil P availability in neutral or alkaline soils
is to decrease the pH at the root-soil interface and thereby mobilize sparingly soluble
calcium phosphates
P in soil exists predominantly in inorganic fractions that are either adsorbed to soil
mineral surfaces or occur as sparingly available precipitates. Plants capable of secreting
large amounts of organic acids from their roots play an important role, as solubilisation of

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fixed P due to organic acids occurs in the rhizosphere, so that the P released is directly
available to plants.

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FORMULATION AND IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIDE
ORALLY DISINTEGRATING TABLETS CONTAINING OCIMUM AMERICANUM LINN
NATURAL ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS

Manohar Chouhan1, Deepak K. Gupta2, Dr.Raju Choukse3, Dr.R.K Maheshawari4


Ph.D. Research Scholar, Pharmaceutical science under faculty of Pharmacy
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore (M.P)

Abstract- This research based on to formulate and evaluate safe & effective doges form of
dispersible tablet requiresa small amount of water for administration. Study Effect of
different diluent like Dintegrating agent, binding agent, flavoring agent, lubricant etc.
Formulation of tablets in use various disintegrates used in and replace naturally super
disintegrates. Metformin is oral hypoglycemic drug. Its activity is blood glucose lowering in
type II DM. Its oral dose helps to reduction of hepatic glucose output, largely by inhibiting
hepatic gluconeogenesis. Natural agents used tulsi reported to have antidiabetic activity
and hence possess blood glucose lowering. These are easy to available in India and provide
cost benefits due to easily availability and easy to process. All these natural agents have
potential to eliminate the adverse effects (allergy, systematic toxicity) associated with drugs.
Its therapeutic effect on acceleration of antidiabetic activity produces synergistic effect on
efficiency of oral hypoglycemic drugs. The objective of the present investigation was to
formulate metformin oral disintegrating tablet containing different ratio of Tulsi natural
Antidiabetic agent. Tulsi mucilage used in formulation to improve the Intestinal absorption
of drug and improve their bioavailability. The work aims to evaluate whether combination of
tulsi with oral hypoglycemic produces any synergistic effect on antidiabetic efficiency.
Study antidiabetic potential of tulsi. Formulate novel cost benefit material and then,
evaluate its therapeutic effect on antidiabetic. Determine the stability of all the formulation.
Key words: Direct compression, Metformin Hydrochloride,hypoglycemic drugAnti diabetic
and disintegrating agent.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF CELECOXIB DISPERSIBLE TABLETS
CONTAINING NATURAL DISINTEGRATING AGENT

Manohar Chouhan1, Deepak K.Gupta2, Dr.Raju Choukse3, Dr.R.K. Maheshawari4


Ph.D. Research Scholar, Pharmaceutical science under faculty of Pharmacy
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore (M.P)
Abstract- This research based on Formulation and evaluation celecoxib dispersible tablets
containing natural disintegrating agent, safe& effective doges form of dispersible tablet
and small amount of water for administration. Study effect of naturaldisintegrating agent
in formulation. Solid dispersions method was applied of celecoxib into tablet dosage forms
is evaluated. All the tablets formulated employing solid dispersions of celecoxib in natural
superdisintegrants gave rapid and higher dissolution of celecoxib when compared to that of
celecoxib plain tablets.
Keywords: Celecoxib, Solid Dispersion, Dissolution rate, Solubility, superdis integrants.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-196
A STUDY OF CONSUMER PREFERENCE AND SATISFACTION TOWARDS FOOD
RESTAURANT IN INDORE (SELECTED CONSUMER FOR LOWER MIDDLE SEGMENT)

Dr. Jitendra Chouhan


Ph.D M.Phil M.B.A, M.Com. Assistant Professor Institute of Commerce Sage University
Indore

Abstract:- The Research entitled "A study on consumer preference and satisfaction towards
food restaurant in Indore. The primary objective of this study is to find out the consumer

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preference and satisfaction in lower middle segment for food restaurant. Service quality is a
global judgment about the superiority of a service, industries must achieve a quality service
the exceed customer, Delivering customer satisfaction is the heart of modern marketing
theory and the level of satisfaction may be influence by various attitudes from internal,
external factor. From this research paper we would understand that consumers are
satisfied with and what makes them happy and satisfied about the service. Good service
and affordable price and customer satisfaction are very important for food restaurant.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-197
STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING PROCESS: HOW EFFECTIVE FOR A START-UP?

Dr.Sandeep Tare,
Head-MER, LNCT/LNCTS, Visiting Profesor Narsee Monjee, Indore.
Dr. Avinash Desai,
Group Director, LNCT Group of Colleges

Abstract- This paper attempts to understand the impact of strategic decision making
process which helps new ventures to grow, minimize the risk of failures and maintaining
the sustainability to Start Up, we will examine and explore this term in an entrepreneurial
context. As Decision typically share a similar path ,we recognize the problems which
supposed to be the first take out of new venture after generating, evaluating and selecting
the best alternative, this element motivate an entrepreneur to select the product and service
category(s) to begin with by removing complexities in making decision making process.
In this paper we also discuss the Concept of Cognition and connect Cognition to the
Entrepreneurial Strategic Decision Process, which makes decision process effective,
focusedand professional include What to launch, If to launch and How to launch a Start-
UP.
Keywords: Cognition, Entrepreneurial Mindset, Entrepreneurial Motivation, Opportunity
Canvas, Start- UP.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-198
SUPER DMU REVIEW: PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE
OPTIMIZATION

Vinay Kumar Singh1, Rajit Ram Singh2, Ajay Kumar Singh3


Tata Technologies Ltd. Lucknow 1, NSDC Indore2,
Mathura Devi Group Institutions, Indore3

Abstract- In the current volatile market, customers are constantly changing demands
leading many automobile companies to reduce number of platforms and developing variable
design concepts like standardization, modularity, mutability, etc. to reduce development
time and cost. Factors including Product quality, cost and time to market play major role in
achieving it. Among these, Product quality is very critical and has a long lasting effect in
customer mind. New product development managed by partly and complete DMU review
results in better products, by delivering more robust products at comparatively lower
development cost & time. In this paper we have emphasised the importance and
implementation of DMU review at earliest level of product development to ensure error free
production and minimum development cost and time. Mainly, we have focused on the
effects on DMU review on decreasing design finalization time & development and tooling
cost in product development cycle. A newer and more diverse concept in the DMU modelling
and review, the super DMU concept has been conceived into the product development and
management to minimize the multiple product variants DMU and reduced the overall
product development life cycle time. Extension of this concept into the automobile domain
has made the manufactures able to manage a wide variety of vehicles depending on design
parameters. A detailed case study has been performed at Tata Motors Ltd. to further
strengthen the necessity & implementation of super DMU review & management.
Key words: DMU, Super DMU, product development cycle, product quality

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RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-199
PHOTOLYSIS OF FLUORENE AND SUBSTITUTED FLUORENE IN LIGHT OF THE
EFFECT OF POLARITY AND POSITION OF SUBSTITUENTS IN FLUORENE

Sandhya Bageria
Lakshmi Narain College of Technology and Sciences
Shubha Jain
School of Studies in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Vikram University, Ujjain

Abstract - Fluorene is a low molecular weight, 3 -ring polyaromatic hydrocarbon (PAH), and
an EPA Priority Pollutant. It is the most abundant aromatic hydrocarbon families in oil
products have two and three fused rings with one to four carbon atom alkyl group or halo
group substitutions. So the effect of light on fluorene and its halo-substituents is of utmost
importance. In this paper, we therefore studied the photolysis of fluorene and its
substituents in different solvents and also compare the impact of the position of
substituents on the course of the reaction of fluorene.
Keywords : Photolysis; Fluorene; 2-bromofluorene; 9-bromofluorene; benzene; acetone;
Acetonitrile.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-200
STATUS OF GIRLS EDUCATION IN IRBA A VILLAGE LEVEL STUDY OF RANCHI
DISTRICT

Rachna Kumari
Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India

Abstract - Education is a life saver device in the recent era. Education is only tool which
saves us from darkness and brings the world to the brighter side. Education makes life
meaningful and without education life is meaningless. The gift of right knowledge is the
greatest gift in the world. Education is a hope for female to stand together with male.
Education enhances and makes life possible on earth. Education reduces the narrowness of
mind and helps to fight against all the devils.The main objective of this research paper will
try to make understand the status of female education of Irba Village, throw light on the
awareness of education among female and the opinion of parents toward their girl child, the
research paper will also deal both with the primary and middle school education of females
and change in education system of Irba village.The research paper will focus on the study
area that is Irba village which is located in the Ormanjhi block of Ranchi district. The
latitudinal and longitudinal extension of Ormanjhi is 23o 48‘N latitude and 85o 47‘E
longitude. Ormanjhi block is located 22 Km away from Ranchi. Irba is one of the villages
which come under Ormanjhi block. The latitudinal and longitudinal extension of Irba is 23o
35‘N latitude and 85o 31‘E longitude. This research paper shows status female education
with the help of both primary and secondary data. The primary data will contain the field
survey in random way, and by the help of secondary data pie chart, bar graph and other
statistical method will be used. By the research and field survey it will be crystal clear that
in the coming years female will be educated and will occupy a good status in the village.
Parents are now allowing their girl child to hire higher education.
Keywords: awareness, darkness, devils, education, narrowness of mind,

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RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-201
GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE OF ORGANIC FARMING IN INDIA: WHAT COULD BE
THE FUTURE PROSPECTS?

Mandeep Bhardwaj
Assistant Professor, Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar
Dr. Manisha
Assistant Professor, Akal University, Bathinda

Introduction - Agricultureis the backbone of Indian economy, where it contributes


14.6% in country‘s GDP and over 58%of nation population depend on agriculture for its
livelihood (GOI 2010).Along with itsdownward trend,modern agriculture or extensively
called commercial agriculturestarted in 1960‘s under green revolution had no doubt
enhanced agriculture production and productivity using fertilizers,pesticides,but use of
such agrochemicals ,machinery and irrigation at an alarming irrational proportion which
show such phase of agricultureas associated with serious environmental and health
problems.The Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has noted that
agriculture as practiced today (conventional agriculture, modern agriculture or GR
agriculture) accounts for about one fifth of the anthropogenic greenhouse effect,producing
about 50 per cent and 70 per cent, respectively of the overall anthropogenic methane and
nitrogen oxides emissions. Due to which it causes many hazards like soil erosion,decreased
groundwater level, soil salinizations and pollution etc.Thus, due to its unsustainabilityand
stagnation,there is strong opinion or argument towards adopting new agriculture system for
maintaining soil fertility and keeping resources for our future generation.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-202
EFFECTS OF INNOVATIVE FARMING PRACTICES ON THE GROWTH OF CROPS
RELATED TO THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Artika Singh Kushwaha, Upasna Mishra and Narendra Chouhan


Assistant Professor, Medi-caps University, Indore

Abstract - A field experiment was conducted At All India Coordinated Research Project on
Integrated Farming System, College of Agriculture, Indore during the kharif and rabi season
2016-17and 2017-18 with the objective to find out the effect of methods of tillage, nutrient
management and mulch practices on growth and yield of different crops and cropping
system and their effect on economic viability as well as find out the best treatment
combination for higher yield and profitability. Experiment was laid out in split plot design
with three replication and total thirty two treatment combinations was done. On the basis
of result obtained from the experiment it is concluded that the sole crop Soybean i.e.
CS1(soybean -wheat) namely gave significantly higher values of growth characters LAI,
plant population, chlorophyll, leaf area in sole soybean in kharif and wheat in CS2 (soybean
+maize-wheat) in rabi. Seed yield, straw yield, harvest index gave significantly higher values
in CS2 (soybean +maize-wheat) of soybean in kharif and wheat in rabi Among the different
treatments T1 (minimum tillage), F2 the application of 75% RDF + 25% vermi-compost),
M2(with mulch).

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-203
TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM FOR OPTIMIZATION OF FOUR VARIABLES

Surendra Kumar Srivastava1, Waikhom Rojen Singh2


Department of Science, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Abstract - Transportation problem is one of the most important aspects that have been
studied in a wide range of operation research. It is a special class of linear programming. Its
name come from its application on problem associated with transportation but it is also use
in scheduling problems. In this paper four variable transportation problems will be optimize
to minimize total cost, using one of initial solution method and will optimize using MODI
method. This will mainly aim at finding the cheapest route.

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Keywords: Optimization, Transportation problem, Feasible solution, VAS, MODI.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-204
CYBER SECURITY AND MANAGEMENT: RULES, REGULATIONS AND AWARENESS TO
USE SOCIAL MEDIA

Dr. Rupesh Mittal1, Dr. Ajay Soni2


1Asst. Prof. (Computer), 2Head of Department, Computer
P.M.B Gujarati Commerce College

Abstract - Computer crime, or cybercrime, is any crime that involves a computer and a
network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the
target.: "Offences that are committed against individuals or groups of individuals with a
criminal motive to intentionally harm the reputation of the victim or cause physical or
mental harm, or loss, to the victim directly or indirectly, using modern telecommunication
networks such as Internet (Chat rooms, emails, notice boards and groups) and mobile
phones (SMS/MMS)". Such crimes may threaten a nation‘s security and financial health.
Issues surrounding these types of crimes have become high-profile, particularly those
surrounding hacking, copyright infringement, child pornography and child grooming. There
are also problems of privacy when confidential information is intercepted or disclosed,
lawfully or otherwise. Crimes targeted against women with a motive to intentionally harm
the victim psychologically and physically, using modern telecommunication networks such
as internet and mobile phones‖.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-205
“DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION – LEADS INDIA TO LEAD THE WORLD‖
Dr. Sangita Maheshwari
Abstract- In this era, research and innovation continues to expand and further reflects
huge impact in our daily life and future ahead. Digital technologies and digitalization
completely changed the face of business world also. Future will be determined by how
fast and how well we all can renew ourselves. With the vision to transform India into a
digitally empowered society and knowledge economy, Government of India started
Digital India programme as it‘s flagship programme. With rapid expansion and the
adoption of the digital technology, India, with it‘s huge landscape, population and
cultural diversity, got benefitted with easy & fast sharing of the information supported
by it‘s commercialization aspect created an extremely wide opportunity for the people of
India and Indian Economy, which emerged as ―King of Emerging Markets‖. Along with
other factors, Digital India Campaign leads Indian Economy on the path of fastest
growing major economy with gaining trust, worldwide.
Keywords: Research & Innovation, Digital India, Indian Economy, Emerging Markets

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-206
ROLE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN BUSINESS
SUCCESS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDORE
CITY

Dr. Manoj Songara¹, Alok Anand Jha²


Assistant Professor, Govt. P.G College, Dewas¹
Research Scholar (PhD), UGC-NET, CBSE-NET²
Abstract- The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has not just opened up
new doors and possibilities for monetary and economic development of individuals and
society but has additionally presented issues and difficulties too. It can shape and improve
wide scope of determining applications in agriculture, industry and society and is impacting
all areas of the general public life. ICT gives special chances to human improvement. In the
meantime, ICT has been expanding the divide between and inside nations, areas, gender. It
is also expanding inconsistenciesbetween urban and rural, rich-poor, and furthermore
inside the diverse classes of ladies in different circles of professional life. It is important to

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develop the abilities of ladies to include them in beneficial exercises, institution building,
family and social change, basic leadership process, business, and
entrepreneurialdevelopment. There is an urgent need to improve the possibilities and
chances of ladies to empower them to possess, oversee and control businesses and
administration. ICT in association with other forms of communication have reached those
women who hitherto were unable to reach by any other media, thereby empowering them to
participate in economic and social progress, and make informed decision on issues that
affect their profession and business.
Keywords: Information & Communication Technology,Women Entrepreneurs, ICT Tools.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-207
ONLINE SHOPPING: A STUDY OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING ONLINE PURCHASE OF
ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS IN INDORE

Syed Razia Sultana


Research Scholar at DAVV
Abstract- Today, Online Retailers used various best possible methods to provide optimum
level of customer satisfaction to their customers. In today‘s scenario if the online retailers
want to gain a competitive advantage in the highly competitive market, they need to know
what are the factors affecting or influencing customers to shop online. The primary
objective this research paper is to identify and analyse the various factors affecting the
consumers towards Online-shopping of Electronic products available in the online retail
market.
A structured questionnaire was developed with help of prior studies. A total of 144
respondents from Indore City will be surveyed who have purchased electronic products
online either one time or more than one time. The results explored eight key factors: Price
consciousness, Product quality, Time saving, Availability of products, Delivery Quality,
Convenience, Security & Privacy, Payment options influenced the customerstowards online-
shopping of electronic products.The results of this study provide a valuable reference to the
Retailers,marketersetc.to understand the factors influencing customers towards online
shopping of electronic products, with the help of this theycan further craft their marketing
strategies to attract the new customers and retain the existing customers.
Keywords:Online shopping, Online Retailing, Ecommerce

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INVESTIGATION ON SURFACE HARDENING OF MILD STEEL BY CARBURIZING
DIFFUSION PROCESS

Amber Kumar Dwivedi1, Chandan Chopra2, Abhishek Singh3, Naman Kumar Gandhi4
1,2,3Student, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology
4Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology

Abstract -.The ability of heat is to change or modify the physical and mechanical
characteristics of metals is an important aspect of manufacturing. The heat treatment
processes is generally adapted to the processing of carbon steels in the production field. The
content of carbon in mild steel is less than 0.3% and it requires sufficient hardness on
surface of a component. Because of the lack of carbon, the metals to be processed under
the carburizing Process. The carburizing process is diffuses carbon in to the surface of heat
treated components in an atmosphere controlled furnace. The purpose of carburizing is to
increases the surface carbon content, on the surface region or case depth/layer. Fick‘s law
describes the instantaneous flow of diffusing atoms in the case layer. This case depth is
controlled by the diffusion of carbon atoms through the surface layers of the work piece and
achieves maximum hardness during subsequent quench hardening in the surface
hardening. The objective is to improve the surface properties of a component, mainly in the
hardness on the surface. These surface/case hardening operations are quite important also
to static and dynamic strength with wear and seizure properties. In this article focused to
an evaluation of surface hardening and the effects of diffusion layer formation during the
heat treatment process are to be studied and analyzed.

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STUDY ON COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC) MACHINES OF CUT OFF
HOLDER

Sunil Rathore1, Vikram Sing2, Imran Patel3, Anand Kushwah4, Pritsh Paliwal5
1,2,3,4Student - Indore Institute Science and Technology, Indore
5Professor- Indore Institute Science and Technology, Indore

Department of mechanical Engineering

Abstract -The main aim of this paper is ―Study on Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
machine‖ for fabrication of machine components. In this paper include facing & drilling
operation. It increases the production rate & decreases the time rate.
Keywords: AutoCAD, Fusion 360, CNC machine, operation.

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IMPACT OF LIBRARY AUTOMATION AND DIGITAL LIBRARY IN CURRENT ERA

Khunwar Ritu, Parmar Bhuri Bhavna, Borasi Bharti


Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore (M.P.) India
Abstract - The use of computers in library is of immense importance in academic
educational and research purpose. A library which uses all types of media is automated.
The present article discuss about switching our libraries towards digitalizing as using
internet for gathering information would help students. The application of software
packages for making digital library is one of the greatest challenges for library managers.
The paper discuss about the involvement of digital library and software in automation
DESIDOC,NISSAT, NIC,UGC organizations like this are showing interest in providing free or
low cost software . For efficient working of library automation process is of upmost
importance.
Keywords- Digital Library, Automation, DESIDOC.

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BIG DATA ANALYSIS WITH CLUSTERING METHODS

Devendra Singh Kaushal1, Tarun Joshi2, Hemant Gupta3


Jawaharlal Institute of Technology, Borawan1,2, LNCT Indore3

Abstract- Today‘s age is the age of data. Nowadays the data is being produced at a
tremendous rate. In order to make use of this large-scale data and extract useful
knowledge, researchers in machine learning and data mining communities are faced with
numerous challenges. Big Data is usually defined by three characteristics called 3Vs
(Volume, Velocity and Variety).
Clustering algorithms have emerged as an alternative powerful meta-learning tool to
accurately analyze the massive volume of data generated by modern applications. In
particular, their main goal is to categorize data into clusters such that objects are grouped
in the same cluster when they are similar according to specific metrics. There is a vast body
of knowledge in the area of clustering and there has been attempts to analyze and
categorize them for a larger number of applications. However, one of the major issues in
using clustering algorithms for big data that causes confusion amongst practitioners is the
lack of consensus in the definition of their properties as well as a lack of formal
categorization. With the intention of alleviating these problems, this paper introduces
concepts and algorithms related to clustering, a concise survey of existing (clustering)
algorithms as well as providing a comparison, both from a theoretical and an empirical
perspective. From a theoretical perspective, we developed a categorizing framework based
on the main properties pointed out in previous studies.
Index Terms - Clustering algorithms, cluster, big data.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINED RELEASE TABLET OF DILTIAZEM

1Shivani Soni, 2Arti J. Majumdar, 3Neelesh Malviya, 4Amit Modi


123Smriti College of Pharmaceutical Education Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
4Mathuradevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore

Abstract - Sustained release drug delivery has become the standards in the modern
pharmaceutical design and intensive research for achieving better drug product
effectiveness, reliability and safety. Sustained release drug delivery (SRDD) medication will
continue to account for the largest share (up to 80%) of drug delivery systems. The
Sustained tablet preparation appears to be most attractive approach for the process
development and scale-up point of view. Sustained release systems include any drug
delivery system that "achieves slow release of drug over an extended period of time". If
sustain release system is successful in maintaining constant drug levels in the target tissue
or cells, it is considered a controlled release system. A calcium channel blocker, Diltiazem
hydrochloride has found its applicability in cardiovascular diseases advised to take the long
term treatment of cardiovascular medicaments like anti-anginals, anti-hypertensives, etc.
The calcium channel blockers are utilized as the potential agents for the treatment of these
diseases. They are considered as a slow calcium channel blockers. The wet granulation
method was adopted for the preparation of sustained release tablets with the 10mm
punches and targeted weight of 350mg. HPMC is primarily used as a tablet binder, in film-
coating, and as a Sustained for use in extended-release tablet formulations. The results
revealed that formulations with the drug polymer ratio 1.0:0.5 (F1, F4 and F6) showed
higher drug release rates in the range of 94.74 when compared 1.0:1.0 ratio (F2, F5 and F6)
which showed a drug release rates from 93.69 and which have displayed drug release rates
in the range of 92.64 over a period of 12 hours. This indicates that as the polymer
concentration increased, the drug release rate was found to be retarded.
Keywords:-Diltiazem, HPMC, Sustained release drug delivery

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WATER QUALITY STATUS OF SOME URBAN PONDS OF AGRA, UTTAR PRADESH

Arun Kumar Singh1 , Krishan Kumar2


Department of Science, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur

Abstract- This study aims to investigate the physico-chemical properties of some urban
ponds in the ecological system of Agra, which is called as the city of Taj in U.P. but owing to
the unplanned development and urbanization, the ponds of this city are struggling for their
existence. In spite of the global alarm for restoration of the water bodies, the ponds in the
city are facing neglectance. For the study period eight ponds were selected. The physico-
chemical parameters of the water sampled in July 2009 from eight ponds such as pH
ranged from 6.59 to 7.46, Turbidity 6.07 NTU to 8.33 NTU, Conductivity 12.30 ms/cm to
16.82 ms/cm, D.O. 3.78 mg/l to 6.17 mg/l, B.O.D.3.72 mg/l to 6.43 mg/l . Residual
chlorine was detected only in pond A(1.07mg/l), pond C(1.12mg/l) and Pond E(1.02 mg/l).
Free CO2 was found between 9.2 mg/l to 19.02 mg/l, TS, TDS an chlorides were found
much beyond the permissible levels. Alkanity ranges between 202.55 mg/l to 309.07 mg/l,
Acidity between 10.75 mg/l to 14.048 mg/l , Total Hardness between 244.53 mg/l to
254.68 mg/l. Prominent sources of pollution are the domestic sewage, Kitchen flow and
street runoff etc. In addition, solid waste and garbage tied in polythene bags are recorded
along the banks and also floating on the water surface.
Key words: Agra, physico-chemical, restoration, sewage, urban pond.

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"EFFECT OF RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT ON CULTURAL CAPITAL BENEFITS
AMONGST EASTERN PROVINCE TRIBAL STUDENTS"

Dr.Manju Choudhary1, Manju Saharan2


1Associate Professor, 2Research Scholar

Jyoti Vidyapith Women's University

Middle-class families know the value of networking and exposing their children to other
children of well connected parents. Thus, these children are likely to have more exposure to
opportunities, which often result in an increased number of life chances.
Children who lack financial resources also often lack the financial capital necessary
to generate the other important capital, leaving them susceptible to a life of continued
poverty because of the seeming inescapable cycle of social reproduction.

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EXCHANGE RATES MOVEMENT AND BANKEX INDEXRETURNS: A STUDY OF INDIAN
STOCK MARKET

1Dr. Harmender Singh Saluja, 2Dr. Deepak Agrawal


1Professor and HOD, MBA Programs, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Group of Institutions, Indore
2Principal, Laxmi Narian College of Professional Studies, Sanwer Road, Indore

Abstract- The present study analyzes the dynamism of Exchange Rates movements and
BANKEX Index returns.BANKEX Index will be used to represent the Bombay Stock
Exchange of Indian Stock Market. Daily closing values of BSE BANKEX Index and
Exchange Rates will be used for a period from 1 April 2013 to 30 th November, 2018. Natural
returns will be calculated by taking log difference changes in the values of the studies
variables.Correlation Analysis, Regression Analysis, Johansen Co-integration Test and
Granger Causality Test will be used to find short run and long run relationship between the
studies variables.
Key Words: Exchange Rate; Indian Stock Market; Bombay Stock Exchange; BSE BANKEX
Index.

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT: AS A SOCIAL VULNERABILITY ASPECT

Savey Sachi
Research Scholar, CSE, MODI University, Jaipur Rajasthan, India

Abstract - Social defenselessness alludes of the socioeconomic Furthermore demographic


elements that influence those flexibility for groups. Investigations need indicated that to
catastrophe occasions those socially powerless would less averse should be adversely
affected, i. E. They would more averse on recoup Furthermore less averse on kick the
bucket. Viably tending to social defenselessness abatements both human suffice and the

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financial passing identified with giving social administrations Furthermore government
funded aid following An catastrophe. This paper depicts the improvement of a social
defenselessness list (SVI), from 15 enumeration variables during the enumeration tract
level, for utilization clinched alongside crisis management. It Additionally inspects the
possibility worth of the SVI by exploring the sway from claiming sea tempest Katrina ahead
nearby populaces.

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―MANAGEMENT‖ BEHIND A HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A REVIEW

Dr. Amit Singh Rathore


Professor (MBA DEPT.) & Group Director OKGEI, Kota, Rajasthan, India

Abstract: Although much research has examined human resource management (HRM),
managers‘ roles in HRM seem to have been ancillary to this area of research. That is, HRM
theory and research largely has advanced with a focus on policies, practices, systems, and
their implementation and effectiveness, with less attention focused on the managers
responsible for the design, adoption, enactment, and implementation of HRM strategy and
practice. The purpose of this review is to examine extant research to determine the state of
knowledge of the role of managers across organizational hierarchy in HRM. Thus, we review
empirical literature for studies that include aspects of the impact lower-to-middle
managers, human resource managers, top management teams, CEOs, and boards of
directors have on HRM content, process, and outcomes. On the basis of the findings of this
systematic, multilevel review, we discuss avenues for future research at each specific
manager‘s level, as well as general opportunities and challenges for research on managers‘
roles in HRM across all hierarchical levels.

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COMPARISION ANALYSIS OF CAREER SUCCESS IN OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE
PERSPECTIVE

Dr. Dev Dutta Indoria


Ass. Professor, Vikram Dev Autonomous Govt. College Jeypore, India

This review examines competing perspectives relating to (a) the range and prevalence of
different theoretical approaches to the study of career success and (b) the need for a
theoretically differentiated understanding of the antecedents of objective career success
(OCS) versus subjective career success (SCS). Furthermore, the review complements the
assumption that OCS and SCS are only ultimate outcomes of careers, proposing instead
that career success also acts as an antecedent to other career and life outcomes. Against
the backdrop of an organizing resource management framework, we present and critically
evaluate the results of a systematic analysis of the theoretical approaches used to
empirically study the antecedents of OCS and SCS. Moreover, past research started to
adopt different theoretical approaches when predicting OCS (e.g., approaches focusing on
personal resources, such as human capital or [competitive] performance) versus SCS (e.g.,
approaches focusing on personal key resources, such as stable traits). Several types of
career success outcomes were identified: withdrawal, career attitudes, health and well-
being, reactions from the (work) environment, and self-concept. On the basis of these
findings, we provide recommendations for how future research can make sense of the
theoretical heterogeneity in career success research, how research on antecedents and
outcomes can better account for the OCS/SCS distinction, and how future research can
more rigorously integrate research on antecedents and outcomes of career success.

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MULTIDIMENSIONAL STUDIES BEHIND DISCIPLINARY

Dr. K. Devi
Ass. Prof., Department of Commerce, Vikram Dev Autonomous Govt. College Jeypore

Abstract: People need aid naturally multidimensional, holding packs of qualities social
relations. Likewise multidimensionality research need advanced freely and in an disengaged
fashion, our learning for multidimensionality Also its results to associations will be divided
infrequently coordinated. By reviewing pertinent articles starting with those
intersectionality, fault lines, multiplexity literatures, we exhibit a thorough review for every
literature, and in addition discuss their hypothetical foundations, measurement, Also
current state. Thus, we give acceptable An comprehensive synthesized point of view for
how multidimensionality will be encountered in associations. We further recognize an
arrangement about investigate inquiries with goad future Scrutinize ahead
multidimensionality.

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THE ANOTHER SIDES OF INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

Dr. Amit Gupta


HOD, MBA, SRIT, Jabalpur,MP, India

Abstract: Researchers crosswise over oversaw economy fields bring paid expanding
thoughtfulness regarding those dull side for inter organizational connections. We main
synopsis the idea of the ―dark side‖ its manifestations clinched alongside inter
organizational connections. We then map the principle discoveries on the antecedents,
consequences, and directing Components of the dark-side manifestations. We relate
research holes to chances On our integrator skeleton. Furthermore, we display an
exploration organization security to propel hypothesis on the show fate characteristics,
those substances and their motivations, the fleetingness issues, and the certain
conclusions of dark-side manifestations.
Keywords: deceptive practices; alliances, buyer-supplier; inter organizational
associations.

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A HIERARCHICAL APPROACH IN SOCIOMETRIC STATUS AND PEER CONTROL

Dr. Atul Dubey


Principal, and Prof., MBA, SRIT, Jabalpur (M.P.)

Abstract- We study a number of primary quite a while midshipmen inside a world class
military foundation will investigate those association between individuals‘ sociometric
status (e. G. , status conferrals around certain interpersonal influence and discerned
competence, Also status degradations dependent upon negative interpersonal affect) Also
their endeavors on specifically control their peers‘ conduct through a year‘s the long run.
Outcomes indicate that different casual socio metric status hierarchies create right on time
in the organization‘s an aggregation Also remain strikingly stable. Control endeavors are
determined by these status hierarchies: easier ability status people and the individuals who
pull in negative status degradations are focused to control Toward more kin initial in the
group‘s life, the individuals generally free of negative status degradations endeavor will
control more excellent numbers of others for the group‘s existence, same time higher
certain status is by inconsequential with control endeavors. However, control endeavors
don't prompt higher future sociometric status, suggesting they need aid not status signs.
Discoveries also show that people focused for control Toward a lot of people others clear out
the association actually.
Keywords: casual companion control attempts, authoritative control theory,

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RIBOSOMAL TRANSLOCATION: WORK AS A MOLECULAR MACHINE

Dr. B.P. Jinturkar,


Principal, Late K.G. Kataria College Daund, Pune Maharastra, India

Abstract:- General standards for structure also capacity of the ribosome would surveyed,
and the translating ribosome will be viewed as a sub-atomic passing on machine. Two
coupled passing on courses those death about conservative globules and the drawing of
straight mRNA chain through intracranial channel, are viewed as determined perusing
discrete demonstrations from claiming translocation Throughout interpretation. As opposed
to mechanical transmission components and power-stroke `motors', warm movement and
synthetically prompted transforms to affinities for ribosomal tying locales for their legends
(tRNAs, mRNA, prolongation factors) would suggested should underlie every last one of
directional developments inside the ribosomal intricate. The GTP- reliant catalysis of
conformity moves perusing prolongation variables throughout interpretation will be
additionally talked about.
Keywords:- Ribosomal translocation; Conformational movement;

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INTRODUCTION OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Prof. Ajay Jain

Abstract: It need been 13 a considerable length of time since the most recent far reaching
Audit of the execution administration (PM) literature, Also a considerable measure need
transformed clinched alongside both Look into act in that run through. Those current
Audit updates (identifying new Examine directions post 2004) Also extends this past fill in
Toward making An systems-based scientific categorization theoretical model for PM. We At
that point utilize this model on translate incorporated those broad partake) energizes this
zone Also on distinguish productive Also systems-based directions for future PM worth of
effort. Similarly as information on our conclusions, we reviewed the most recent 36-plus a
considerable length of time of PM examination (1980–2017) Also directed a thorough coding
from claiming every last bit experimental PM articles. We the table a few particular
directions for future PM research, for the extreme objective for enhancing PM to act.
Keywords: execution administration; execution appraisal; execution evaluation;
frameworks hypothesis.

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AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW AND RESEARCH AGENDA OF INTERORGANIZATIONAL
CONNECTIONS

Dr. Anil Mishra,


Prof. MBA, Chatterpur, University, MP, India

Abstract: Researchers crosswise over oversaw economy fields have paid expanding
thoughtfulness regarding those dull side from claiming interorganizational connections. We
To begin with rundown the idea of the ―dark side‖ Furthermore its manifestations clinched
alongside interorganizational associations. We then guide those principle discoveries on the
antecedents, consequences, Also directing elements of the dark-side manifestations. We
relate Scrutinize holes on chances On our integrator schema. Furthermore, we available an
exploration organization security to propel hypothesis on the show fate characteristics,
those substances their motivations, those transience issues, and the sure conclusions for
dark-side manifestations.
Keywords: dull side; agreeable strategy; conflict; failure;

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POLITICAL PARTY AFFILIATION BY THE PRESIDENT MAJORITY AND MINORITY

Khushboo Jain
Senior Executive, AB Leasing & Finance Ltd Jabalpur, MP, India

Abstract - We find that as opposed of the stock market, which performs exceptional
Throughout law based presidencies, ―sin‖ stocks—publicly exchanged makers from claiming
tobacco, alcohol, Furthermore gaming—perform superior Throughout republican
presidencies Furthermore actually more thereabouts The point when those republican
presidency may be went with Eventually Tom's perusing An republican lion's share to in
any event one chamber for congress. We additionally analyze whether sin organizations
utilize commitments to create associations for government officials. We discover that sin
organizations help additional on republican hopefuls and these commitments would more
terrific At Republicans need aid done energy. We additionally discover a certain connection
between political commitments Furthermore future returns. Those connection is stronger to
commitments should Republicans.
Keywords: sin stocks; law based presidency; republican presidency; Congress; Political
commitments.

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AN ANLYSIS AND FUNCTION OF RIBOSOME IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Dr. B.P. Jinturkar,


Principal, Late K.G. Kataria College Daund, Pune Maharastra, India

Abstract:- Alzheimer‘s infection (AD) is a progressive Furthermore destroying confusion


that is often preceded toward gentle cognitive impedance (MCI). In the introduce study,
were port that over different cortical regions for MCI promotion subjects, there will be An
huge impedance done ribosome work that is not watched in the cerebellum of the same
subjects. The impedance in ribosome capacity may be connected with diminished rate Also
ability for protein synthesis, diminished ribosomal RNA tuna levels, Also expanded RNA
oxidation. No modification in the level of start Components might have been watched in the
cerebrum locales exhibiting impairments over protein amalgamation.
Keywords:- Alzheimer‘s disease; mild cognitive impairment; oxidative stress;

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PERFORMANCE COMPARISON AND IMPROVEMENT OF POWER QUALITY BY
DSTATCOM

Sourabh Kumar Jain


Research Scholar, PAHER University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

Abstract:- Force caliber is exceptionally imperative thought for electrical supply framework.
A number of strategies in active-passive filters, element voltage restorer, circulation static
compensatory (DSTATCOM) etc; are used to adjust those energy caliber issues in
harmonics, voltage list and swell, load adjusting also how. This paper displays execution
correlation of two control methodologies utilized for DSTATCOM to relieve the issues from
claiming sounds clinched alongside circulation organize. The DSTATCOM, a shunt
associated gadget may be used to relieve the sounds created perusing non-linear loads
clinched alongside commercial enterprises. The attempting for DSTATCOM will be checked
for non-linear stacking condition. The framework recognized may be recreated Previously,
MATLAB/Simulink. Those come about unmistakably demonstrate the adequacy about
DSTATCOM in the field from claiming control personal satisfaction with Different control
strategies.
Keywords:- DSTATCOM, power quality, harmonics, synchronous reference frame theory,

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CONCENTRATION OF NANO-SIZED OBJECTS IN PLASMA MATERIAL

Dr. Rajiv Sinha


Principal, Parwati Science College Madhepura, Bihar

Abstract:- Another tunnel thunder technique with gauge the fixation about nano-sized
Questions in the item got Toward plasma-chemical amalgamation contrasted with
immaculate more full is recommended. We bring went along tunnel full structure (TRS)
which incorporates two boundary layers (silicon oxide and silicon monoxide) with man-
conveyable particles layer the middle of them, put on the surface of silicon plate Also
secured by copper layer. Those acquired TRS is associated with control supply circuit,
present recorder Also voltage register. In light of measured current-voltage trademark those
nearby present maxima full potentials need been confirmed. The fixation for nano-sized
Questions in the amalgamation results might have been assessed starting with those
present bountifulness for the relating full potentials. That article gives hypothetical
substantiation of the suggested procedure and acknowledges its useful usage.

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IMPACT OF SOLAR PANELS ON POWER QUALITY DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

Ajay Kumar Mishra


Research Scholar, MGCGV Chitrakoot, Satna M.P

Abstract:- This paper displays a examination on the effect from claiming sunlight based
boards (SPs) on the control nature about dissemination networks Also transformers. Both
sun oriented ranches private roof SP are demonstrated for the conveyance system as stated
by Canada wild rye utility information. Downright symphonious twisting for voltages
Furthermore ebbs and flows with respect to both sides of the conveyance transformer would
monitor under distinctive operation states. A lab setup utilizing An single-phase inverter
Furthermore three-phase transformer may be used to test framework execution in the
vicinity of stage unbalance Furthermore sounds. Center Also winding temperatures are
measured under Different loads. Reenactment Furthermore experimentation Outcomes
indicate that the execution of appropriation networks and transformers under those effect
from claiming SPs may be inside standard breaking points.
Index Terms:- Distribution networks, distribution transformers, harmonics, solar panels
(SPs).

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USE OF COMPUTER IN SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT -
GENERATION AND SIMULATION OF MESHING AND TOOTH CONTACT ANALYSIS (TCA)

Prof (DR.) Ashok Kumar Gupta


Director-MDITM & Dean-MDGI
Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore

Abstract- Computer technology has touched all areas of today‘s life, impacting how we
obtain railway tickets, shop online and receive medical advice from remote location.
Computer-based design analysis is nowadays a common activity in most
development projects. When new software and manufacturing processes are introduced,
traditional empirical knowledge is unavailable and considerable effort is required to find
starting design concepts.

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A REVIEW ON GLOBAL YOGA RESEARCH A SCIENTIFIC ASSESSMENT

Dr. Nisha Joshi,


Yogacharya, Yogganga, Yogic, scientific and Spiritual Research Foundation, Indore

Abstract:- Those paper inspects 3966 worldwide publications once yoga research, as
secured On Scopus database Throughout 2007-16. Those worldwide yield around yoga
investigate yield enlisted 7. 79% growth, Furthermore reference effect averaging to 10. 44
citations for every paper. Those Main 10 practically profitable nations on yoga exploration
separately contributed worldwide stake from 1. 31% with 38.35%, for biggest worldwide
publication stake nearing starting with usa (38. 35%), taken after Toward India (19. 29%),
u. K. (6. 61%), canachites Canadensis (5. 09%), and so on.
Keywords:- Yoga research, Medical diseases, Global publications, Scientometrics,
Bibliometrics.

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A GATEWAY OF ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF JHARKHAND TRIBALS

Dr. Mousumi Chaudhari


HOD, Department of Education, MDDM College, Muzaffarpur, Bihar

Abstract:- On all, something like An billion people depend looking into forests to their food,
fuel and pay. Done India alone, forests represent over a fifth of the country‘s aggregate
geological range. From claiming this, Jharkhand comprises for 23,605 sq. Km, that is, 29.
61 %. Here, eight out from claiming ten tribal‘s live in Furthermore around forests.
Regarding 60 percentage for these tribal‘s would reliant on forests. Notwithstanding this, it
may be a matter for amazing conundrum that nothing is, no doubt done in the state should
use forests and its minor transform if things need aid constantly completed will reinforce
the cultivation mission catering with best 17 percentages for cultivable territory. This article
acquires crazy those Realities how ‗value addition‘ will minor backwoods transform (MFP)
could not just produce pay chance to tribal‘s for Jharkhand Anyway cam wood Additionally
add to the state‘s income over an immense manner. Till date, MFP Furthermore its
importance with respect to ‗value addition‘ need not actually been flagged Likewise an
investment issue Previously, Jharkhand. For instance, results aggravated after ‗value
addition‘ completed should a MFP in tendu abandons is generating an overwhelming
income of the state.
Keywords:- Minor forest produce, protected forest, reserved forest, value addition.

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EXTRACTION OF PHENOL FROM MOROCCAN GRAPE POMADE: A BRIEF STUDY

Prof. Dr. Ramesh Kumar N. Patel


Associate Professor
Muni Arts & Science College Mahesana, India

Abstract:- Those exhibit ponder concentrates on the streamlining of the parameters should
extricate phenol items perusing decoction and the quantification for these mixes starting
with grape pomade, utilizing a vital test plan. Those cell reinforcement actions about
metabolic extracts from grape skin developed for morocco might have been assessed. Those
grapes assortment may be ―Michael Paleiri‖, it will be an dark assortment for pips,
Furthermore they would starting with the locale from claiming Benslimane. The aggregate
phenol mixes substance were decided perusing the Folin-Ciocalteu strategy. Those
streamlining recommended that extraction for methanol to 29 min, In 60 °C were those best
results to this blending from claiming variables. Those biggest add up got might have been
1042. 06 mg EGA/g DW. The cell reinforcement action will be conveyed crazy Toward the
radical searching technique 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl hydroxyl (DPPH°) and the ferric iron
diminishment limit (FRAP). The DDPH restraint ability arrived at 20. 78%, compared for 15.
22% of a BHT results toward 0. 001 g/L. A huge association between cell reinforcement

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limit and downright phenol substance is obvious (R2=0. 994). These outcomes exhibit that
methanol extracts from those waste starting with grapes developed clinched alongside
morocco Might be utilized Likewise possibility wellsprings from claiming regular extracts
rich done phenol exacerbates enriched for critical cell reinforcement movement.
Keywords:- Grape pomade, Phenol compounds, Antioxidant activity, Response surface
methodology.

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ECONOMICAL STUDY IN A DEVELOPING INDIA

Dr. Suresh Chand Jain


Prof., Govt. P.G. College Jhabua, MP, India

Abstract:- Creating particular nation similar to India will have the capacity on create for
sufficient stream for outside capital. Outside regulate mogul‘s assistance to supplement
those Domesticated funds and meet those capital prerequisites. FII streams are fluctuating
On nature and India is Around those best performers in the securities exchange. India
getting to be a magnetic end for remote gurus could be attributed on large portions factors.
This paper may be a exert with recognize those variables figuring out those development for
FIIs done India Toward bringing month to month information to An period from claiming
fifteen A long time. Granger causality test might have been connected to Figure the cause
Also impact of FII ventures with the macroeconomic variables Also it might have been
discovered that cpi Furthermore cash supply makes an impact clinched alongside FII
Furthermore FIIs would influencing a progress in the conversion scale Also IIP.
Keywords:- FIIs, IIP, inflation, MIBOR, money supply.

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A CASE ON IMAGINATION APPROACH BASED ON DSP

Dr. Amit Kumar Chandanan


Prof., CSE, Hitkarni Engg. College, Jabalpur, MP, India

Abstract:- PC science will be undergoing an essential progress Also will be reshaping our
un- distending of the planet. A paramount perspective from claiming this transform may be
the principle Furthermore requisitions managing the gathering and dissecting for
substantial real-world information sets. In this paper, we present four exploration ventures
to which transforming translating huge information sets is a national center. Imaginative
approaches of dissecting such information sets permit us with extricate suitable data that
we might never need gotten from little alternately engineered information sets, hence giving
us for new insights under this present reality.
Keywords:- modern computer science; social networks; large data sets; high-dimensional
Data.

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EVIDENCE OF DISEASE PROCESS: THE CONTINUUM OF DENTAL CARIES

Dr. Somil Jain and Dr. Sweeti Jain


Jain Dental Clinic, Jhabua, MP, India

Abstract:- Those consequent result about dental caries will be confirmed perusing those
element offset between obsessive elements that prompt crippling protective factors that
prompt crippling. Obsessive factors incorporate androgen tic bacteria, restraint for salivary
function, and Furthermore recurrence about ingestion of mature capable carbohydrates.
Protective Components incorporate salivary flow, various salivary components, antibacterial
(both characteristic applied), fluoride starting with extraneous sources, Furthermore chose
dietary parts. Intercession in the caries procedure could happen at any stage, whichever
characteristically alternately toward those insertion for some system alternately medicine.
Dental caries blankets the continuum from the main nuclear level from claiming
demoralization, through the starting veneer alternately root lesion, through dentin

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involvement, on consequent cavitations. That element offset the middle of crippling Also
crippling determines the conclusion come about. Those sickness may be reversible, if
distinguished early sufficient. Since crippling cam wood make quantified during right on
time stages, in the recent past straight to the point cavitations, intercession strategies could
make tried toward transient clinical trials.
Keywords:- dental caries, demineralization, demineralization, acidogenic bacteria.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-239
INTERNET BANKING AND E-COMMERCE: A REVIEW

Rubvita Chadha Rajput


Assistant Professor, Department of Management, SRIT Jabalpur, MP, India

Abstract:- No better news this secret word Christmas season might have been those news
over web shopping Also E-commerce. New majority of the data given Toward such
organizations as MasterCard Also Amazon generated all the confirmation of the proceeded
development about requests by web and the not thus eminent news from the ―brick
mortality table retail spaces. But to unintelligent Also politically spurred talk from a portion
political hopefuls running to those presidential office regarding An quite a while ahead of
time from claiming election, the country might make wholly celebrating in the most recent
news from the networking over employment. From the purchaser perspective, we examine
the real issues in this business.
Keywords:- Internet banking; E-commerce, Consumer; Supply chain.

RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-240
DESIGN OF AN IMPROVED NONLINEAR STABILITY OF POWER SYSTEM

Prof. Hemant Amhia


Ass. Prof., JEC Jabalpur, MP, India

Abstract:- A progressed nonlinear (IN) control of bound together energy stream controller
(UPFC) may be investigated and intended in the energy framework Toward utilizing the
Hamiltonian work system. In those dissipative Hamiltonian structure of the UPFC
framework will be created toward method for variable change. Then, dependent upon those
got dissipative Hamiltonian structure, a Previously, H∞ control may be set ahead.
Reenactment affects on the two-area four-machine force framework show those viability and
heartiness of the Previously, control in examination with that of input linearization control
(FLC) and add-on self-tuning (ST) control. The Examine Outcomes indicate that the in H
control need preferred execution over the two different controls.

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A NEW CONCEPT OF EFFICIENT QCA DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN

Lakshmi Barkade
Research Scholar, EC, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women University, Jaipur, Raj

Abstract:- A standout amongst the majority alluring fields for QCA will be those usages
from claiming configurable advanced frameworks. This article displays a novel
multifunctional entryway called the altered lion's share voter (MMV). Those recommended
entryway meets expectations on the unequivocal collaboration of the Mobile trademark
property for the usage about advanced circuits.

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INTEGRATATION OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY RESOURCES

Dr. Priyadarshini Agnihotri


Prof. and Head, Geography, Arihant Group, Indore, MP, India

Abstract:- This article portrays the discoveries of a study directing, including An


professional advancement system that readied center school educators will coordinate
content on the soonest eras from claiming reality history Furthermore planet geology.
Previously, particular, this investigation centered with respect to participants‘ (n = 37)
utilization of geographic assets will coordinate geology Also historical backdrop should urge
spatial keeping in touch with you must be clear in your reasoning. Instructors were
energetic around every one of the assets utilized them to incorporated geology historical
backdrop content. Thus, this ponders found that educators will embrace important
receptive materials if they need aid prepared to utilize them. Those map book for globe
historical backdrop might have been those A large portion broadly embraced resource;
those mapping product Strata Logical might have been additional compelling In pushing
spatial thinking, yet the educators found it on be lesquerella approachable In this way
didn't use it as regularly.
Keywords:- geography, curriculum integration, spatial thinking, professional development,
world history.

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VARIATIONS OF MINIMIZATION AND OSCILLATION PATTERNS IN IMAGE
PROCESSING

Mallika Jain
Research Scholar, EC, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women University, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Abstract:- This paper is dedicated of the demonstrating of genuine textured pictures


perusing utilitarian minimization Furthermore halfway differential equations.
Accompanying those plans from claiming Yves Meyer On an aggregate variety minimization
schema about . we actualize all the system perusing limited differences, we display Different
numerical comes about ahead genuine textured images, demonstrating to the gotten decay
u+v, Anyhow we Additionally demonstrate how those system could make utilized to
composition separation Also composition division.
Keywords:- Functional minimization; partial differential equations;

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THE STATUS OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING AND IMAGE PROCESSING
TECHNIQUES: A REVIEW

Suchita Sinha
Research Scholar, EC, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women University, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Abstract:- In the occasion of a common disaster, remote sensing may be An important


hotspot for spatial majority of the data its utility need been turned out with respect to huge
numbers events around those globe. However, there are large portions distinctive sorts of
dangers encountered overall looking into an yearly groundwork and their remote sensing
results would just as differed. This paper addresses a number from claiming information
sorts Also image transforming systems used to guide screen earthquakes, faulting, volcanic
activity, landslides, flooding, and wildfire, and the harms connected with each. Remote
sensing may be presently utilized operationally for exactly following programs, if there
would also challenges connected with the fast securing for information and procurement of
a hearty item to crisis benefits likewise an end-user. The present status for remote sensing
Likewise a rapid-response information hotspot is discussed, and exactly perspectives
provided for once rising airborne Also satellite advances.
Keywords:- image processing, natural hazards, optical, remote sensing, SAR, thermal.

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CULTURAL INSTITUTION KARTA PUSTAKA YOGYAKARTA INDONESIA: A CASE STUDY

Gourav Jain
Classical Singer, Jabalpur, MP

Abstract:- Karta Pustaka will be a standout amongst the social organizations On


Yogyakarta, which need a traditional music show system. The reason for this consider is
with depict the history about Karta Pustaka Also Sorting out traditional music concerts, the
show format, Furthermore its part to supporting traditional music instruction Previously,
Yogyakarta. The strategy utilized within this ponder is qualitative Examine for authentic
musicological approach. The information are gathered perusing utilizing interviews,
documents Furthermore perceptions. Information were investigated utilizing qualitative
portrayals technicians. The comes about demonstrated that Karta Pustaka Likewise social
establishment need ended up An traditional music networking which need An supporting
part in traditional music training clinched alongside Yogyakarta. Those traditional music
show system Furthermore traditional music workshop held perusing Karta Pustaka data
and learning for the understudies Also people for musical craftsmanship in Yogyakarta.
Karta Pustaka likewise acts as An framing networking and the advancement from claiming
consumer‘s traditional music tastes and styles over Yogyakarta.
Keywords:- karta pustaka; classical music education; and classical music taste.

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ALGORITHM BASED ON SECOND-ORDER CONE PROGRAMMING OF JOINT TDOA AND
FDOA

Shalini Vaisya
Research Scholar, EE, AISECT University Bhopal
Acknowledging those low estimation precision of the conventional insertion method, this
paper, on the groundwork of second-order cone modifying (SOCP), proposes An novel joint
chance distinction of landing (TDOA) and recurrence Contrast about landing (FDOA)
estimation insertion method, which accomplish those sub-sample precision. Those
recommended strategy employments a few discrete specimens handled Eventually Tom's
perusing cross vagueness work (CAF) with structure those raised streamlining models with
respect to the insertion surface. Then, the SOCP will be used will get the insertion surface
which matches the discrete surface about CAF great.
Keywords: interpolation; chance distinction of landing (TDOA); recurrence Contrast for
landing (FDOA); Sub-sample accuracy; raised streamlining models; second-order cone
modifying (SOCP).

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THE SPACE VECTOR AND THE TRIANGULAR CARRIER-BASED PWM MODULATION
STRATEGIES

Dr. Rajeev Shrivastava


Asstt. Prof. Department of Electronics Communication,
IIET, Siddipet, India

Abstract—The equal association the middle of those carrier-based regulation (CBPWM) and
the space vector regulation (SVPWM) In view of those flying capacitor multilevel inverters
hasn‘t been investigated efficiently. Because of the redundancies of the flying capacitor
multilevel inverters, this paper firstly keeps tabs on the exchanging succession and the
working proportion about each exchanging state, et cetera proposes a novel system for
disintegrating regulation wave. This system could convey the proportion of redundancies
subjectively on fulfill those prerequisites of the yield. Taking three Furthermore five level
inverters Similarly as examples, Toward injecting An zero-sequence voltage under those
CBPWM regulation wave, et cetera disintegrating those new regulation wave, we camwood
get those same succession of SVPWM regulation. This system takes the points of interest of
utilizing basic CBPWM should figure it out the unpredictable yield of SVPWM, for example,

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twofold and quadruple recurrence yield. In last, we find those proportional association
between those SVPWM Furthermore CBPWM On n level for discretionary number of
segments. Test comes about confirm the accuracy of the proportional association.

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ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF TOP MANAGEMENT-TO-WORKER: A REVIEW

Dr. Narendra Shukla


HOD, MBA, GGITS, Jabalpur, MP, India

Management scientists have long been worried with those antecedents Also results for
manageress payment. Additional recently, academic Furthermore mainstream consideration
need turned of the hole in pay the middle of laborers In the most astounding Also most
reduced levels of the organization, or ―pay scattering. ‖ this ponder investigates the
execution meanings about pay scattering ahead An longitudinal (10-year) example of
publicly exchanged organizations starting with numerous commercial enterprises. We
consolidate demonstrations In light of competition principle and equity principle to create a
model wherein pay scattering need contradicting impacts on An firm‘s fleeting execution
Also their pattern for execution About whether. We examine the wide-ranging meanings of
these discoveries for scholars, managers, What's more approach makers indistinguishable.
Keywords: compensation, bonuses, and benefits; highest point administration
teams/upper echelon; justice/fairness; board and rehashed measure plan.

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WHY JOURNALS IN MANAGEMENT FAILED TO RESPOND TO CLIMATE CHANGE?

Dr. Mini Amit Arrawatia


Prof., Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women's University, Jaipur

Abstract:- Those impact of environmental change on business will be prone should make
considerable. It may be expected, therefore, that that academic field about business
Furthermore oversaw economy might be centrally captivated with those tests that
worldwide warming will bring. Yet in this paper i indicate that the most-cited oversaw
economy diaries need scarcely distributed an article on the subject. Also low numbers from
claiming papers show up in the prestigious diaries for economics, sociology, and
Furthermore political science. The reason brings those Main diaries neglected with
respond? Recommend five time permits demonstrations. "Around these five, accentuate that
presence from securing a undesirable delay the middle of plans showing up primary done
fringe publications et cetera in the world class diaries.

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DATA MANAGEMENT BY USE OF ONLINE PANEL: A REVIEW

Dr. Amit Singh Rathore


Professor (MBA DEPT.) & Group Director, OKGEI, Kota, Rajasthan India

Abstract: Management researchers need long depended with respect to accommodation


specimens will direct Examine directing, including mankind's members. However, as long
as decade need seen a development of a new accommodation sample: web panels Also on
the web board members. Those information these members. Provide—online board
information (OPD)—has been grasped Eventually Tom's perusing large portions
administration researchers owing of the various reductions it gives again ―traditional‖
accommodation specimens. Notwithstanding the individuals advantages, OPD need not
been warmly gained by all. Currently, there may be a gap in the field. Notably, our scan
additionally distinguished 26 web board platforms (―brokers‖) used to interface scientists
with internet board members. Importantly, we offer particular direction will authors,
reviewers, editors, Hosting meanings for both micro Also macro oversaw economy
researchers.
Keywords: web board data; Examine methods; sampling; accommodation test.

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COMPARISON OF PUBLIC SECTOR ANDPRIVATE BANKS PERFORMANCE

Riya Goswami
Research Scholar, R.D.V.V.,Jabalpur

Abstract :Those keeping money framework is real and only fiscal segment and it assumes A
critical a piece in the development of economy. Those point of this Look into study will be
should look at execution for private Also state funded banks which need aid operating done.
Throughout those time from claiming 2011-2014. Constantly on private What's more state
funded banks are utilized within those Scrutinize. Bank span and budgetary proportions
need aid made as variables for example, such that liquidity proportions portability
proportions. As an aftereffect of the study, it stated that charge ratio, obligation will value
Ratio, profit once equities Furthermore winning for every offer from claiming private banks
will be higher over open banks. On the different hand, general population profit once
advantages will be higher over private bank.
Keywords –Bank performance, Private Banks, open Bank.

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SWARM OPTIMIZERBASED WEIGHT MINIMIZATION WITH SIZE AND LAYOUT
VARIABLES

Dr. Purti Bilgaiyan


Assi. Prof. SAGE University, Indore

Abstract - This consider investigates those exhibitions of the incorporated molecule swarm
optimizer (iPSO) algorithm in the design and measuring streamlining of truss structures.
Those iPSO enhances those standard PSO calculation utilizing both the idea about weighted
molecule and the progressed fly-back strategy should handle streamlining imperatives.
Those execution of the later calculation may be tried looking into an arrangement about
well-known truss structures weight minimization issues including blended plan look spaces
(i. E. For both discrete and nonstop variables) In different sorts for imperatives (i. E. Nodal
displacements, component anxieties and buckling criterion). The outcomes exhibit the
legitimacy of the suggested methodology clinched alongside managing joined design Also
size streamlining issues.
Keywords: molecule swarm optimizer, joined sizing/layout optimization, trusses, structural
streamlining.

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CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF AN ELECTRICALLY
ACTUATED MICROBEAM

Daksha Gupta, Parivesh Saklle

Abstract - We available An nonlinear model of electrically incited microbeams representing


the electrostatic forcing of the air hole capacitor, the restoring energy of the microbeam and
the pivotal load connected of the microbeam. The boundary-value issue describing the
static redirection of the microbeam under those electrostatic power because of a dc
polarization voltage will be tackled numerically. Those eigenvalue issue describing the
vibration of the microbeam around its statically deflected position will be comprehended
numerically for those regular frequencies Also mode shapes. Examination for outcomes
created Eventually Tom's perusing our model of the test outcomes indicates fantastic
agreement, consequently checking the model. Our Outcomes indicate that disappointment
to represent mid-plane extending in the microbeam restoring energy prompts an
underestimation of the Dependability cutoff points. It likewise reveals to that those
proportion of the width of the air hole of the microbeam thickness might a chance to be
tuned with augment those space of the straight relationship the middle of those dc
polarization voltage and the essential regular recurrence.

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समकालीन लंबी कविता बबंब विधान

शोधार्थी -श्रीमती आरती िमाा


शोध केंद्र- माता जीजाबाई शासकीय स्नात्तकोत्तर महाविद्याऱय इंदौर

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CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN RELATION TO SERVICE QUALITY- A CASE STUDY IN
BHOPAL HOTELS

Shabeer Ahmad Dar


Research Scholar, Department Of Commerce, Barkatullah University Bhopal (MP)
Dr. Mohammad Mubeen Khan
Professor of Commerce, Government Geetanjali College Bhopal (MP)

Abstract - Customer satisfaction is the positive relationship between customer perception


and customer expectation and is the key driver for the hotel industry to sustain in
competitive race of competition. The business organization that is able to understand their
customer expectations and provide them maximum possible satisfaction, can only survive
in this competitive world.
The present study is an attempt to measure the level of customer satisfaction in
relation to service quality provided in Bhopal hotels. The study will further provide some
necessary suggestions to enhance the customer satisfaction in the hotels of Bhopal. The
sample size of the present study is 200 and simple random sampling technique is adopted
by the researcher to collect the data.
Keywords: customer satisfaction, service quality, hotels

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SOCIAL MARKETING STRATEGIES OF DIFFERENT COMPANIES IN INDIA

Prof. Priyanka Vijayvargiya


P.M.B. Gujarati Commerce College, Indore

Abstract- Social Marketing, being a social and managerial process, it must have social
environmental approach, unfortunately very few business organisations cared for it. Social
Marketing came into being as a separate discipline in the 1970s as a result of the
acceptance of environmental approach by the Western countries. Now days, social
marketing principles are being used in developing countries in areas such as health
promotion, population control environment conservation, economic development and
human rights. Social Marketing is not a new phenomenon as its roots can be seen in
development strategies, social reform campaigns in olden days. In ancient Greece and Rome
anti-slavery campaigns were launched. During industrial revolution period, campaigns were
launched to grant voting rights to woman and abolition of child labour in Great Britain.
Notable social reforms movements, such as, abolition of sati (Self-immolation) system,
abolition untouchability, prevention of child marriages, woman education etc. were
successfully organised during Pee-independence era in India.

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GST : AN ADVANCEMENT OF THE LAW AND GROWTH IN THE ECONOMY

Ms. Divya Tiwari1, Ms. Priyanka Tiwari2


1Assistant Professor, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore (M.P)

Abstract - The introduction of GST in the Indian economy carries its huge significant in
both ways, as a transformation of the law and making the whole country under the basket
of one taxation system. Its immediate effect was to make the various taxes combine under
the one and removes the cascading effect of the taxes on a single product. By amalgamating
centre and State charges into a solitary duty, it mitigates the falling or two fold tax
collection significantly and make ready for a typical national market. From the buyer
perspective, the greatest favorable position is regarding a decrease in the general taxation
rate on products, which was assessed to be near 28%-30%. This paper shows the
fundamental idea of GST, its history, features, tax rate, benefits and its contribution in the
economy by various ways around, which might be useful for the businesspeople and the
layman to comprehend GST in more extensive way.
Keywords: goods and services tax, cascading effect, tax rate, significantly, buyer
perspective.

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ECONOMIC OF APPLE INDUSTRY: A PRIMARY SURVEY IN DISTRICT BARAMULLA
(KASHMIR)

Abida Bano1
1Research Scholar, Department of Economics
Dr Kanchan Srivastav2 (Dean UTD)
2HOD of Economics Department
12Sri Satya Sai University of Technology and Medical Science Sehore (MP).

Abstract - Kashmir known as paradise on earth is also proudly known for pome fruits like
apple fruit that proudly represent the apple industry of Kashmir throughout the world.
Kashmir valley is called home of apples and is best known for its quality of apples.
Kashmir, the largest apple producing sate of India, is also considered the backbone of the
overall social and economic development of the state. The apple industry nearly contributes
nearly about 85% of the total horticultural produce of the state.
Kashmir valley is wholly depend on apple industry, as it provides employment
opportunities to about 70%of the people of Kashmir, and apart from this it is the main
source of livelihood to many households of the state. The Kashmir valley is lacking behind
and is not showing significant increase in its apple production from last few years, because
of many reasons like lack of cold storage, lack of innovation, large chain of commission
agents, which leaves negative impact over the growth and development of apple industry in
the Kashmir valley.
Keywords: - Horticulture, Kashmir valley, production, apple industry.

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A REVIEW ON IMPACT OF DEMONETIZATION TO THE STATE ELECTIONS 2018

Dr. Deepak Agrawal1, Dr.Harmender Singh Saluja2


1LaxmiNarian College of Professional Studies, Sanwer Road, Indore
2Professor and HOD, MBA Programs, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Group of Institutions, Indore

Abstract - The announcement was made by the BJP driven Government of India towards
the withdrawn of the Rs 500 and Rs. 1000 denominated currency notes to curb the black
money, corruption and terrorism from the society. As soon the announcement was made
on 8 November 2016 towards the demonetisation of all ₹500 and ₹1000 notes to be legal
tender a shock was made not only to the common man but to all the national and political
parties including the existing rural party people. The sentimental speeches against black
money made by Prime Minister Modi draws a huge crowd of the educated people offering

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support to the demonetization but became a nightmare for the common poor man of the
country. With the immediate reaction by the opposite political parties oppose the
demonetization drive to the great extent. The continuous adjournment of both the houses
indicates this scenario (Kumar & Kocher, 2017). Even after the advancement of two years
the wounds are still found on the people and the political partiesgenerating impact on the
state elections 2018. This paper is an attempt to identify its impact on state elections, to
draw the conclusions and suggest remedies to overcome it.
Key Words: Demonetisation; Parallel economy, Black Money

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SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT -GENERATION AND SIMULATION
OF MESHING AND LOADED TOOTH CONTACT ANALYSIS (TCA)

Prof (Dr) Ashok Kuamr Gupta


Director-MDITM & Dean-MDGI, Mathura Devi Group of Institutions, Indore

Abstract- The loaded tooth contact analysis (LTCA) plays vital part in designing the spiral
bevel gear. The tooth edge contact of spiral bevel gears in operating is unavoidable,
especially when under bearing loads. But the tooth edge contact is frequently ignored which
makes the analyzed results deviate from the real operating conditions. An accurate and
convenient edge tooth contact analysis technique of spiral bevel gears is developed, by
which the contact points on tooth edges can be determined. Further, the main directions
between two tooth surfaces on every edge contact point, that is, the possible contact point
pairs, are found by a numerical method. Finally, the tooth edge contact problem is resolved
successfully. The compared and analyzed results show that the tooth edge contact has
considerable influences on the strength and dynamics behaviors of spiral bevel gears, and a
complete engagement course under load can be obtained.

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RESEARCH ON HUMAN PRIVILEGES VIOLATIONS AND SECURITY IN INDIA

Dr. Shyam Kumar Singh


Associate Professor,
Department of Defense & Strategic Studies, Allahabad Degree College, Prayagraj

Abstract- The challenge of inward security may be our most amazing national security test
today .Inside security Previously, india need been damaged Toward those affections about
the greater part pervasive profound 'Insecurity' amongst those nationals. There need been
multitudinous tests When the inward security of india. Likewise a country we have been
settling on managed exertions on hold numerous them assuming that workable will
succeed them. A review of the interior security Onindia reflects a certain pattern Similarly
as a long way Similarly as overcoming the prior tests are concerned. By the climbing
episodes for terrorism crosswise over the period and broadness of the country, especially
Previously, Jammu & Kashmir, Assam, Manipur, and Nagaland proceed with should pose
An genuine risk of the inward security of the country.

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CONTROVERSIES BETWEEN PAKISTAN-INDIA SECURITY ISSUES

Dr. Om Prakash Shukla


Asso. Prof, Prayagraj

Abstract:-The relations between India and Pakistan have been strained by various
historical and geopolitical events, since the 1947 partition. Both countries have fought four
major wars, including the Kargil war in 1999. Lately, various emerging issues have
contributed to increase security related tensions between India and Pakistan. This article
examines three of the prime issues that have resulted in security concerns including
Kashmir dispute, water dispute and cross border terrorism. Peaceful relations between
India and Pakistan are central for peace in South Asian region. The international

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stakeholder have therefore been emphasizing on the need to build trustworthy ties between
both the countries.
Key Words:-India-Pakistan Relations, Kashmir, Water Dispute, Cross Border Terrorism.

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FUTURE ASPECT IN TERMS OF SECURITY IN INDIA AGAINST TERRORISMS

Dr. Saras Dwivedi


Guest Lecturer
Department of Defense & Strategic Studies, Allahabad Degree College, Prayagraj

Abstract - India appearances imposing tests in gathering its vitality needs. Leader
Modirecognized vitality security Likewise a standout amongst the major tests of the national
security about india. 3 Despite vitality security structures best An and only those
restricting Components influencing the fruitful and abundant future for india as it
appearances possibility ‗superpower‘ status, it is huge sufficient on confine the nation‘s
growth, security and generally improvemen clinched alongside a globalised universe.
Vitality security need been characterized Toward various agencies, In any case for the
reason for this security approach paper (SPP), the meaning as promulgated by those indian
arranging requisition need been acknowledged. Those indian arranging Commission4
characterizes vitality security as: ―We need aid vitality secure when we could supply help
vitality with the greater part our nationals regardless of their capacity to pay for it and in
addition meet their powerful interest to safe Also advantageous vitality on fulfill their
Different needs during focused prices, in the least times and for An endorsed certainty level
recognizing shocks Also disruptions that camwood be sensibly expected‖.

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A REVIEW ON CYBER SECURITY FOR INDIAN SECURITY SYSTEM

Dr. Yashwasiwi Mishra


Prof. Department of Defense Studies, Allahabad College, Prayagraj

Abstrcat - A few fundamental occasions and innovative unrest innovations were answerable
for these alterations. War need extended from those and Furthermore ocean space with air
space for the coming of the cutting edge aviation based armed forces space orbiters. In the
keep going two decades, warfare ran across yet another capable medium advertised Toward
universal advanced networks, hence Creating those fifth dimension: ‗Cyberspace. ‘.

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DETECTION OF SYBIL ATTACK IN VEHICULAR NETWORK BASED ON GPCR-MA
ROUTING PROTOCOL

Naziya Hussain1, Dr. Priti Maheshwary2, Dr. Piyush Kumar Shukla3, Anoop Singh4
1ResearchScholar, Rabindranath Tagore University (Formerly AISECT University), Bhopal
464993, India;
Assistant Professor, School of Computers, IPS Academy, Indore 452012, India
2Associate Professor, Rabindranath Tagore University (Formerly AISECT University),

Bhopal,464993, India
3Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, UIT, Bhopal 462023, India
4Director, CMCC, Mhow, Indore 453441, India

Abstract— Because of the cumulative number of attacks in the networks, equipping the
network with an IDS (intrusion detection system). The capability of the networks should be
deal enough to apportion with the fast velocity of today's era along with the large network
system. The research is regarding the distributed intrusion detection system which
accomplishes capturing of the data and the analyzing of the data with circulated and
scattered manner. This distributed contrivance allows our structure in order to effectively
function within the heavy traffic rate as well as large scale systems. The simulation of the
mentioned method which we chose in NS2 simulation environment. Afterward, the team

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likened our projected scheme with the mentioned GPCR-MA protocols in standings
regarding the (Packet Delivery Ratio) which is commonly known as PDR with network delay,
throughput and total consumption of power. The performance of PDR decreased in GPCR-
MA with Sybil attack as compare to GPCR-MA. To improve the performance of network
during Sybil attack auto detection method are used in the network. The outcome of the
simulation showed that GPCR-MA with auto detection is improved as compared to the Sybil
attack and Sybil attack detection in network done by IDS.
Keywords—GPCR-MA, Sybil attack, VANET, Security

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HAWT BLADE DESIGN: A REVIEW

Praveen Nigam
Ph.D Scholar, AISECT University, Bhopal, MP, India
Dr. Nitin Tenguria
HOD, ME DEPTT, SIRT, Bhopal

Abstract:- In this paper, review of wind turbine sharpened steel outline is presented,
including hypothetical greatest efficiency, propulsion, useful efficiency, HAWT sharpened
steel design, furthermore sharpened steel loads. The survey gives an complete picture of
wind turbine sharpened steel configuration furthermore indicates the strength from
claiming present day turbines Just about elite utilization of level hub rotors. Those air
motion facilitating outline standards to an advanced wind turbine sharpened steel need aid
detailed, including sharpened steel arrangement shape/quantity, aerofoil choice also ideal
strike angles.

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STORY TELLING TECHNIQUE IN THE NOVELS OF MARGARET ATWOOD

Dr. Alka Kachhwaha


(Asst. Prof. English)
Shri Cloth Market Girls‘ Commerce College

Abstact - Story telling is powerful narrative technique. It develops an understanding of


relationship to the world. By telling the stories, the authors compose and inscribe their
social self. Justine Cassell says, ―Story telling is a space where one decides who to be
where, one constructs a social self where a perspective is maintained on one‘s own liking.‖
The research paper is trying to locate this technique in the work of Canada‘s iconic mistress
of print, novelist Margaret Atwood in her fictions The Handmaid‘s Tale and The Robber
Bride.
Key words: narrative, inscribe, perspective, story telling.

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A STUDY OF MICROFINANCE FINANCIAL PRODUCTS IN QUALITY OF LIFE OF SLUM
DWELLERS

Priyanka Bargal
Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India
Hitendra Bargal
Patel Group of Institutions, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India
Priyanka Chawla
Acropolis Group, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India

Abstract - The objective of this research paper is to examine the effectiveness of broad
range of financial products such as deposits, loans, payment services, money transfers and
insurance offered to low-income households. The research also tries to identify how well the
services of microfinance help in improving the stand of living and quality of life of slum
dwellers. The research methodology includes quantitative research. The data was collected
from 200 respondents through structured interview. The respondents of the present study

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were microfinance users of slum areas that were selected through random sampling
techniques. Hypotheses testing were done using multiple regression model. The findings of
the study revealed that payment services and remittance products are having positive
impact while other variables like livestock insurance; credit product has no impact on
quality of life of slum dwellers. The results concludes that although the services of
microfinance is fulfilling the aim and objectives of slum areas but still there is a need to
review the financial products offered by microfinance institutions for betterment of life of
low income group people.
Keywords: financial products, microfinance, slum areas.

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A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF THE INTERNET OF THINGS ON KNOWLEDGE
MANAGEMENT

1Prarthana Joshi, 2Dr. Sanjeev Singhal


1Ph.D. Scholar Management, 2Professor Management.

Abstract - The study pays attention to the importance of the Internet of things for
knowledge management. It considers the development of knowledge management through
different periods; it has paying attention to its significance during the use of social media
and the increase of the Internet of Things. The paper discusses how the Internet of Things
can help Knowledge Management to capture data and convert data into knowledge.
Keywords: Internet of Things, Knowledge Management.

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LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE FIRM
PERFORMANCE IN MADHYA PRADESH

Prashant Gupta
Universal Business School, Karjat (Maharashtra) India
Hitendra Bargal
Patel Group of Institutions, Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) India

Abstract - Logistics Management have become very substantial at all the levels of planning
and implementation—whether it is strategic, operational and tactical level. The logistics
management regime has the ability to overcome the pitfalls of the infrastructure in the
short run while providing cutting edge competitiveness advantage in the long term to the
companies in Madhya Pradesh. This study is about logistic Management activities and their
impact on the firm performance in Madhya Pradesh.
Keywords: Logistics management, firm performance, Cutting edge competitiveness.

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A STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL INVESTOR’S PERCEPTION TOWARDS AVAILABLE
INVESTMENT AVENUES IN UJJAIN CITY

Neha Verma, Research scholar

Abstract - Investment and saving is important for individual‘s investor‘s life‘s .Investment
refer to employment of fund with objective to earn income or capital appreciation. Investors‘
perception mainly focuses that how the individual investors think about the different
investment option available for investment. The Indian financial system play important role
to invest the money in investment avenues available for the individual investors. There are
different types of sources available for the individual for investment decision like family,
friend and internet media and financial advisor which play important to make right
interment decision .There are various factors that affect investment decision. This studies
focus on perception of investors and awareness and factor affect investment decision.
Keywards: Perception of investors, awareness of investors towards investment avenues

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ROLE OF MERGER ON CUSTOMER AWARENESS FOR THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY
BANKING SECTOR

Manish Phalke
Indore Institute of Law, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India
Hitendra Bargal
Patel Group of Institutions, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India
Priyanka Bargal
Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India

Abstract - This study focused on impact of merger on customer awareness related to


services provided by banks pre and post merger. For that this study discussed on
customers and banks employee views with the help of a questionnaire and observed that
there are different in customer awareness for the services provided by banks in pre and
post-merger. This paper analyzed the role of merger on customer awareness for the services
provided by banks. Further, it analyzed the various opinions towards the customer
awareness for the services provided by banks.
Keywords: Merger, banks, customer awareness, services.

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TALENT ACQUISITION AND ASPIRANT SATISFACTION THROUGH CAMPUS
PLACEMENT OF INDORE IN INDIA

Loveleen Chawla
DA University Indore, Indore (MP) India
Hitendra Bargal
Patel Group of Institutions, DA University, Indore (MP) India
Priyanka Chawla
Acropolis Group, DA University, Indore (MP) India

Abstract - In this competitive global era, talent acquisition has become more important and
emerged with innovative strategies. The present study is descriptive in nature that has been
conducted in Indore to know the satisfaction level of aspirants pursuing BBA and MBA
courses during campus placement. For the same purpose, data were collected from 110
respondents through primary and secondary sources by adopting a random sampling
technique. Keeping in mind the objectives of the study, two null hypotheses were proposed:
(1) There is no association between characteristics of interviewer and satisfaction level of
aspirant; (2) There is no association between questions asked by interviewer and aspirant‘s
satisfaction level. The above hypotheses were tested by using chi square test. The result
showed that H01 was accepted and H02 was rejected. The study concludes that there
should be suitable matching between recruiter‘s perception and aspirant‘s satisfaction level
for successful growth of organization.
Key Words: Aspirant, Management courses, Talent.

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A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FDI IN RETAIL SECTOR IN INDIA

Dr. Rajesh Sharma


Director, AIMR Indore, (PhD, MBA, M.com)

Abstract- India being a signatory to World Trade Organization's General Agreement on


Trade-in Services, which includes wholesale and retailing services, had to open up the retail
trade sector to foreign investment. There were initial reservations towards this issue arising
from fear of job losses, procurement from international market, competition and loss of
entrepreneurial opportunities to locals. However, the government in a series of moves
opened up the retail sector slowly to Foreign Direct Investment (.FDI.). In 1997, FDI in cash
and carry (wholesale) with 100% ownership was allowed under the government approval

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route. Subsequently It was brought under the automatic route in 2006.Then 51%
investment in a single brand retail was permitted in 2006.

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―TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL ON EMPLOYEES
BEHAVIOUR IN POLICE DEPARTMENT (A STUDY ON CONSTABLES)‖

Aparna Tiwari, Dr. P N Mishra

Abstract - A study ofPerformance appraisal is the systematic evaluation of the


performance of employees and to understand the abilities of a person for further
growth and development. My study concludes the appraisal system of constables in
Bhilwara city. Research based on primary data. The Results were analysed on the
statistical package for percentage method. The objective is to know how effective
the execution of appraisal system of constables in Bhilwara is. The aim of most
Performance appraisal programming is to encourage the employees to set his own
objective for the next time period following the review of his past performance. It
enables to make effective decisions based on evaluation of the existing plans,
information system, job analysis, and internal and external environment factors
influencing employee performance.
Keyword: Performance appraisal, Employees behaviour, Police department,
Constables.

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ANTI-ALZHEIMER ACTIVITY OF HELIANTUSANNUS IN STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED
AMNESIC RATS

Joshi Ankur1, Malviya Neelesh2


1Research Scholar, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
1Modern institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Indore
2Smriti College of Pharmaceutical Education, Indore

Abstract- The present study was to evaluate the Anti-Alzheimer activity of Helianthus
annus seeds extract with special emphasis on biochemical markers of brain in
streptozotocin (STZ) induced amnesia. STZ (originally identified as an antibiotic) is a
compound of glucosamine-nitrosourea. STZ is toxic to the pancreatic beta cells and is
generally transported through the glucose transporter 2 ( GLUT2) and is commonly used to
induce experimental diabetes in animals. The administration of STZ through a route such
as intracerebroventricular or intraperitoneal (i.p) injection produces a reduction in cognition
and an increase in the aggregated fragments of the brain of Aβ, total deposits of protein tau
and Aβ. These changes were accompanied by a decrease in the alpha / beta ratio of
glycogen synthase kinase (GSK-3) (phosphorylated / total) in the brain. The extract of
Helianthus annus seed extract was administered in two doses (100 and 200 mg/kg) for 7
days. Piracetam (120 mg/kg) was used as a standard agent. Orally supplementation of
Helianthus annus seedsextract showed significant elevated brain antioxidant enzymes CAT
(15.5 ± 2.8**and 14.0 ± 1.12**), SOD (13.5 ± 1.4**and 18.3 ± 1.7**) GSH (203.3 ± 15.3**and
218.0 ± 13.5**), TBARS (200.3 ± 7.3** and 208.0 ± 11.0**) for Helianthus annus
seedsextract 100 mg/kg and 200mg/kg respectively. Orally supplementation of Helianthus
annus seed extract also showed significant inhibited AChE activity 4.907±0.31** and
4.967±0.31** respectively
Keywords: Helianthus annus seed extract, Superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT),
contents of thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) and reduced glutathione (GSH)

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FORMULATION AND EVALUTION OF HERBAL BURN WOUND HEALING CREAM

Patidar Ravindra1, Rayakwar Deepak2, Malviya Sapna3, Kharia Anil4


Modern institute of pharmaceutical sciences, Indore
Abstract - The largest organ of human body is skin that protect the internal organ from the
external environment performs many functions including fluid homeostasis,
thermoregulation & immunologic function and also prevent body dehydration. It can be
injured by chronic wound, excision, burn tumors & other dermatological condition. In
which burn are one of the most common incident that damage to the skin. Todays the
topical treatment of burn is done by the use of antiseptics, antimicrobials, anti-
inflammatory agents but this are not a true wound healing agents. No. of growth factors
such as transforming growth factor β (TGFβ), epithelial growth factor ( EGF ), insulin like
growth factors ( IGF ) having pro healing activity but their specialized methodologies & high
cost required for their production are serious limitations to their routine use. The present
study is emphasizes on the treatment of burn wound by using herbal cream containing
herbal oils ( i.e. lavender oil and tea tree oil ).
Keywords : TGFB , EGF , IGF , Lavender oil , Tea tree oil.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF WOUND HEALING CREAM USING AEGLE
MARMELOS AND OCIMUM SANCTUM LEAVES EXTRACT

Patidar Vivek1, Jain Nidhi2, Dr. Malviya Sapna3, Kharia Anil4


Modern Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Indore
Abstract - Disruption of the anatomic and cellular continuity of tissue caused by chemical,
physical, thermal, microbial, or immunological injury to the tissue is termed as wound.
Healing process involves cellular and biochemical regeneration of structural and functional
integrity of the damaged tissue. The present study was to analyze excision wound activity of
extract of the leaves of Aegle marmelos & Ocimum sanctum. Experimental design for wound
healing includes 18 male wistar albino rats weighing approximately 150- 200g were used in
this research. Group 1 serve as control group (Cream Base), Group 2 as reference control
(Standard) were treated topically with Povidone-Iodine Ointment USP, Group 3 as test
control were applied with cream containig 5% extract of Aegle marmelos & Ocimum
sanctum. Wound healing was monitored on days 4,8,12, &16 day period of epithelialization
and rate of contraction of wound. Group 3 showed significant rate of contraction wound as
compared to control group.
Keyword:- wound healing,cream.

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A REVIEW ON CURRENT ADVANCEMENT IN SOLID DISPERSION TECHNIQUE

Gurjar Shivam1, Sharma Urvashi2, Joshi Ankur3, Malviya Sapna4, Kharia Anil5
Modern Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Indore
Abstract - Dissolution rate and bioavailability of the drug is dependent on the solubility of
drug. Nearly 42% of the new molecules currently being discovered are poorly aqueous
soluble. Due to these problem products not reaching the market. Solid dispersion is
techniques used for such a drug to improve their aqueous solubility. The article focuses on
solid dispersions techniques to enhance dissolution rate and bioavailability of drugs of
poorly soluble drugs. The present review give detail on the fundamental of solid dispersion,
their formulation techniques including various carriers used, their applications, limitations.
This review provides numerous alternative approaches to eradicate problems associated
with solid dispersions.
Keywords: Solid dispersion, Solubility enhancement.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL MIND BOOSTER CHOCOLATE

Soni Dipanshu, Jain Yogita, Dr. Malviya Sapna, Kharia Anil


Modern Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Indore
Abstract - Medicinal plants are considered as wide source of active medicinal and
nutraceutical properties. A diversity of herbal plants can be used in management of various
disease and disorders The main objective of the present study to develop a chocolate
formulation for boosting the mind and enhance memory because children fond for chocolate
and as early increasing age its demand also increases. The formulation consists of
developing a chocolate base containing a cocoa powder, cocoa butter, milk powder and
pharmaceutical grade sugar. The prepared chocolate evaluated for its physical and
chemical parameters. There is an underlying assumption that with age, the brain will begin
to deteriorate and lose its ability to retain information. The first step in repairing any health
issue is through nutritional changes and herb integration.
Key Words – Herbs, Memory, Brain

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A REVIEW ON FAST DISSOLVING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM

Andheriya Deepti, Choursiya Surbhi


Ujjain Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, Ujjain
Abstract - Fast-dissolving drug-delivery systems were first developed in the late 1970s as
an alternative to tablets, capsules, and syrups for pediatric and geriatric patients who
experience difficulties swallowing traditional oral solid dosage forms. In response to this
need, a variety of orally disintegrating tablet formats were commercialized. Most orally
disintegrating products were formulated to dissolve in less than one minute when exposed
to saliva to form a solution that could then be more easily swallowed. Oral thin film, a new
drug delivery system for the oral delivery of the drugs was developed based on the
technology of the transdermal patch. Fast-dissolving oral thin film is a solid dosage form,
which disintegrate or dissolve within 1 min when placed in the mouth without drinking of
water or chewing. Oral film includes various ingredients for its formulation which includes
polymers, active pharmaceutical ingredient, film stabilizing agents, sweeteners, flavors,
colors, saliva stimulating agents, preservatives, surfactants etc but the first and far most a
very essential ingredient which helps in film formation is a Polymer. Dissolvable oral thin
films evolved over the past few years from the confection and oral care markets in the form
of breath strips and became a novel and widely accepted form by consumers for delivering
vitamins and personal care products.

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EVALUATION OF LENS ALDOSE REDUCTASE INHIBITORY POTENTIAL OF EXTRACT
OF MERREMIAEMARGINATA LEAVES: POTENTIAL FOR DIABETIC CATARACT
TREATMENT

Thomson Alex, Kushagra Dubey


Smriti College of Pharmaceutical Education, (SCOPE)
Abstract - Introduction: The present research attempts at discoveringan effective anti-
cataract agent, focusing on evaluation of Aldose reductase inhibition (ARI) capacities of
weeds.Aldose reductase (AR) is a member of the aldo-ketoreductase super family that
reduces excess D-glucose into D-sorbitol with concomitant conversion of NADPH into
NADP+.The present study was aimed at finding out the in vitro ARI activity of extracts of
weed plants.
Methods: ARI activities of the ethanolicextract (Merremiaemarginata) were evaluated using
goat lens aldose reductase using Hayman and Kinoshita method.Evaluation was done using
UV-Visible spectroscopy at 340 nm.
Results: The extractshowedAR inhibitory activity at different extent.
Conclusion: The study concludes the ARI capacity of Merremiaemarginatawhich may be
attributed to its flavonoid constituents and their extraction are solvent dependent. Thus

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Merremiaemargina taweed plant‘s leaves may therefore work as a base for the development
of anticataract agent.
Keywords: Aldose reductase, Merremiaemarginata, anti-cataract agent, weed plant,
flavonoid.

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PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF MULTI-CARRIER CDMA WITH 3 BY 7 MIMO DIVERSITY
TECHNIQUES IN DIFFERENT MODULATION TECHNIQUE

Rajesh Kumar Nagar, Narayan Patidar, Atul Singh Kushwah


Asst. Professor, Department of EC, CDGI, Indore
Abstract - In this thesis we estimate the performance analysis of Multi-carrier modulation
of CDMA with 3 by 7 MIMO technique systems in Rayleigh fading channel in multiple
numbers of modulation techniques using MATLAB to determine optimized BER. Code
Division for Multiple Access (CDMA) is a multiple user method that performs the spread
spectrum system in which spreading of sequence done from PN sequence generator that will
be designed in through random number generation. This system then combined with OFDM
called multi-carrier system in which multiple number of broadband frequency selective
carrier signals is transformed into parallel flat fading narrowband multiple sub-carriers to
raise the performance of system, additionally their amalgamation of systems forms MC-
CDMA system. Now collection further improved by means of implementing 3 by 7 MIMO
system which means three transmit as well as seven receive antennas respectively that
utilizes the ZF decoder at the receiver to decrease the bit-error-rate throughout transmit
diversity of ½ rate convolutionally encoded Alamouti Space Time Block Code is consume
which optimized the performance of the 4G in addition to 5G communication system
throughout reducing BER as well as improving gain in 8-PSK, 8-QAM, QPSK, 16-QAM, 32-
QAM along with 64-QAM modulation techniques.
Keywords: CDMA, OFDM, MISO, MIMO-MC-CDMA and MC-CDMA.

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EFFCIENT AND SECURE FILE REPLICATION IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM

Mrs. Sonali Koranne


Assistant Professor, SDBCE Indore
Abstract: Replication is the process of creating several copies of data in order to improve
availability, fault tolerance, reliability in a distributed system. In other words we can define
file replication as keeping several copies or replicas of same file on different nodes. It has
added advantages like it reduces server load, access latency and network congestion.
Integrity is also an important aspect in file replication. So the main goal over here is to
detect the integrity of replicas created on different server to make the replication efficient
and secure. While sharing many of same goals as previously existing applications here we
are trying to improve the integrity and security. According to the literature there is a need to
use an integrity algorithm to detect whether the replica is corrupt or not. And thus to
achieve security we apply another algorithm. For creating replicas I have tried some
different and unique strategy. The implementation of proposed architecture is done in
JAVA. The results reflect the improvement in reliability, security and overall integrity.
Finally limitations space overhead or computed communication cost is also adoptable.

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IMPACT OF EFFICACY OF OFF THE JOB TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM:
WITH REFERENCE TO MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY OF BHOPAL

1Dr. Kshama Ganjiwale

Associate Professor, SVIM Indore


2Mr. Ajay Malpani

Assistant Professor, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore


Abstract - The global changes are also forcing the local market to change and seize the
opportunities if any found. Also forcing them not to wait for the opportunities rather putting
their efforts to search and seize. Therefore it is very necessary to have not only skilled

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rather more competent workforce. We always recruit the talented people but not the trained
talented. In order to make them expert and competent in the specific area, organizations
spend a lot of money alone on their training and development part. Training is a process of
making the people competent while training enables the process of development. Learning
abilities help the people to acquire new skills, improve their knowledge and change their
attitude towards accomplishment of tasks. In this process, the organization prefer to rely
upon both on the job and off the job methods of training. However, off the job training
methods in which the training is provided a place away from the office are more beneficial
for the overall development of employees working in the organization. Because they see the
things in an entirely new perspective.
The purpose of the study was to identify the factors associated with the efficacy of
off the Job Training and Development Program in manufacturing organizations located in
Bhopal city of Madhya Pradesh and also to understand the impact of effective Training and
Development in the organizations. Factor Analysis and ANOVA was used for data analysis.
Key words- Training and Development, Efficacy, Organization, off the job etc.

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INVESTIGATION OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBURIZED LOW CARBON
STEEL

Mr. Navjot Singh Nagra1, Mr.Ajay singh2, Mr. Akhil Bernard Prabhakaran3,
Mr. Yashoditya Singh4, Naman Kumar Gandhi5
1234Student, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology
5Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology

Abstract- To increase the hardness of the mild steel by the process of carburizing and
testing through ―izod impact testing‖. the carburizing is done under 900 degree Celsius.The
aim has been to examine the effects of these carburization temperatures and conditions on
the mechanical and wear properties of the carburized mild steels. For above purpose firstly
the mild steel or carburized under the 900 degree Celsius for 4 hour after this the
carburized and temperature miles Dina subjected for a different kind of test such as izod
impact test hardness test toughness test the result of this experiment shows that the
processes of carbonization greatly improved the mechanical and their properties like
hardness ,tensile strength and wear resistance and these properties increases with the
increase in the carbonization temperature but apart from this the toughness
propertydecreases and it is further decrease with increase in carbonization temperature the
experimental results also shows that the mild steel carburized under 900 degree Celsius
give the best results for the different kind of Mechanical properties.

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UPPER BOUNDS FOR EIGEN VALUES OF LAPLACE OPERATOR ON MANIFOLD

Manju Yadav
Lecturer, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur
Abstract - In this paper, we are concerned with upper bounds of eigen-values on manifolds.
Eigen-values have many applications in geometry and in other fields of mathematics. We
develop a universal approach to upper bounds on both continuous and discrete structures
based upon certain properties of the corresponding heat kernel. we start with a well-defined
Laplace operator Δ on functions on M so that Δ is a self-adjoint operator in L2(M, +) with a
discrete spectrum and a distance function dist(x, y) on M.
Keywords: eigen-values, Laplace transform, heat equation, manifold

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VIRTUAL BRAIN-THE FUTURE GENERATION

Himani Singh Rana1, Himanshu Sirohia2


M.Tech Student1, Assistant Professor2
12Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur

Abstract - The human brain is the most precious creation of God. Man is intelligent
through the brain. "Blue Brain" is the name of the world's first virtual brain. This is a
machine that can work like a human brain.
Today, scientists are exploring the possibility of creating an artificial brain that can
think, respond, make decisions, and memorize everything. The main goal is to load the
human brain into the machine. Therefore, even after the death of one of them, we do not
lose the knowledge, intelligence, personality, feelings, and memories of this man that can be
used for the development of human society.
Key words: Artificial Intelligence, Nanobots, Neurons, Sensory system.

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FIXED POINT THEOREM IN CORRELATION WITH THEAPPLICATION OF BANACH
CONTRACTION PRINCIPLE

Rajesh Vyas
Principal Christian Eminent College Indore
Abstract - Present paper is based on a real-world user interface design helps in
observation to view, this dissimilarity that allows us to express our iterative algorithm with
a ―for loop‖ rather than a ―while loop‖,. Suppose we take = 10−m in our stopping rule
dissimilarity1. What we see is that the growth of N with m is a constant plus m/|log (K)|,
or in other words, to get one more decimal digit of precision we have to do (roughly)
1/|log(K)| more iteration steps. Stated a little differently, if we need N iterative steps to get
m decimal digits of precision, then we need another N to double the precision to 2m
digits2.The Polish mathematician Stefan Banach established a remarkable fixed point
theorem known as the ―Banach Contraction Principle‖ (BCP) which is one of the most
important results of analysis and considered as the main source of metric fixed point
theory3. It is the most widely applied fixed point result in many branches of mathematics
because it requires the structure of complete metric space with contractive condition on the
map which is easy to test in this setting. The BCP has been generalized in many different
directions4.

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APPLICATION OF PHONETICS IN THE FIELD OF FORENSIC SCIENCE

Prof. Payal Jain


Asst. Prof. (Dept. of Language), PMB Gujarati Commerce College
Indore
Abstract - Phonetics is a vast field in Linguistic. It has many applications such as Forensic
Phonetics, Speech recognition and Speech synthesis. Forensic Phonetics includes the
investigation and inspection of various emotions and behavior such as eyes, voice, writing
etc. This paper mainly emphasis on the speech recognition and investigation.

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GREEN MARKETING: AN INNOVATIVE CONCEPT IN INDIAN CONTEXT

1Nidhi Jhawar

Assistant Professor, IPS Academy, IBMR


2Priyanka Yadav

Assistant Professor, IPS Academy, IBMR

Abstract - Eco-friendly: A common word of 21st century. A survey conducted by Nielson


Global Corporate Sustainability 2015 reported that 66% of global consumers are willing to
pay more for sustainable products reflects that consumer of new era are becoming educated

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towards environmental impact of human activities. Environmental sustainable world is now
created by well educated customers who are ready to pay the extra cost for buying
environmental friendly products. The concept of Green Marketing due to its environmental
benefits become a necessity in the market and adopted by public and private industries as
a part of ―Corporate Social Responsibility‖. The Indian companies working upon this
concept are for sure going to achieve success and also contributing to make the
environment safe and sustainable. The current piece of research work explains the concept
of green marketing opined by various authors, its need and why firms are adopting this
innovative concept. Study also highlights some of the green marketing practices adopted by
the Indian Companies.
Keywords: green marketing, environment, sustainable development, eco-friendly, green
products.

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Dr.Ashok Verma
Professor, In Govt.College, Nivali
Deepa Bajaj
Reasearch Scholar, DAVV. in School of Commerce
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MEDICAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT BY DC COEFFICIENTS SCALING IN LAB-DCT
DOMAIN

Sumit Narayan Jarholiya1, Shachi Awasthi2


Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur, India
1,2

Abstract-- Medical images are usually captured from multiple camera modules and it is
called as multimodal images. Extracting features from these images is a challenging task.
These captured medical images usually suffer from poor contrast and these images are not
very clear. Hence medical image does not have sufficient information to diagnose disease of
patient‘s easily. Thus it is essential to improve the contrast for the better image quality
before being analysed and diagnosed. Therefore to preserve the colour content of medical
images a modified method of DC coefficient scaling in the compressed DCT domain is used
to enhance the contrast of these images for better entropy and brightness performance the
DC coefficient of L component is scaled in transformed CIE-Lab colour space.
Keywords- DCT, RGB Colour space, Y-Cb-Cr Colour space, CIE-Lab Colour space, Twicing
function, Entropy, Mean Brightness, RMSE and PSNR

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जजऱा योजना के माध्यम से ग्रामीण ऺेत्रों का विकास

Dr.Ashok Verma
Professor In Govt. Collage
Jagriti Dubey
Research Scholar In DAVV

मानि के सिवगिन विकास मे उसकी भोततक प्रितत के साथ-साथ उसकी नैततक और अध्याजत्मक प्रितत भी अऩेक्षऺत हे ।
व्यजटि, समजटि का ही अंश हे । इसलऱए व्यजतत को केिऱ अऩने लऱए ही नहीं, अवऩतु व्रहत समाज के कल्याण कदागित
सिाांिीण कल्याण के लऱए कायव करना िाहहए । इसी अभीटि की लसवि के लऱए हमारे शास्त्रो मे धरम ,अथव काम और
मोऺ के रूऩ मे मानि के िार ऩरु
ु षत्रों की ििाव की ियी हे । यह समि
ु ही उसके जीिन को साथवक प्रदान करता हे । अत:
उसके समस्त कायव समाजोन्मर्
ु व ही होना िाहहए

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VIRTUAL ANALYSIS: STUDY OF DRAGLINK BY ARTICULATION OF SUSPENSION AND
FINDING THE CONTROL POINTS OF THE VEHICLE FORBRAKE STEER AND BUMP
STEER

Brij Lal Verma


Engineer - Design, Tata Technologies, Lucknow

Abstract - A virtual analysis study of the steering linkages behavior & its articulated
conditions on the vehicles. It includes details of the all the suspension positions and its
effects on front axle movement and identifying the different positions on which vehicle can
be loss of steer. Also identifying the clearances between the critical parts (movable and non-
movable) i.e. Draglink, tyer.
Other important features which influence the steer ability is also find out thru the
study are steering wheel equal no of turns on each side and optimization of the length of
the draglink. Controls points/hardpoint of the steering system to achieve the desires values
of brake steer and bump steer of a vehicle.
Keyword: Hardpoint, Brake steer,Bump steer etc.

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ADVANCE CONTINUATION OF EMBEDDED COMPUTING SYSTEM OVER TRENDS OF
REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM

Rupinder Kaur, Sarvesh Kumar, Mrs. Anuradha, Jitendra Joshi


Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Technology
Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University Jaipur

Abstract - A large portion of the present installed frameworks are required to work in
unique situations, where the qualities of the computational load can't generally be
anticipated ahead of time. Still auspicious reactions to occasions must be given inside exact
planning requirements so as to ensure an ideal dimension of execution. Subsequently,
inserted frameworks are, essentially, characteristically constant. Additionally, a large
portion of installed frameworks work under a few asset imperatives, because of space,
weight, vitality, and cost constraints forced by the explicit application. Also, the greater part
of implanted frameworks work under a few asset imperatives, because of space, weight,
vitality, and cost constraints forced by the explicit application. As a result, productive asset
the executives is a basic perspective in inserted frameworks that must be considered at
various design levels. Union of uses, innovation, and for new age of RTOS. The goal of this
archive is to acquaint Ongoing Working Framework with new comers the significant
research patterns recognized. In the wake of depicting the attributes of present day
implanted applications, the paper exhibits the issues of the configuration and flow
approaches and talks about the new research patterns in working frameworks and planning
developing to survive of all different issue happen alongside its legitimate arrangement.

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Shweta Joshi
Research Scholar, Research Center, PMB Gujrati Collage
Dr. Rajendra Jain
Principal PMB Gujrati Collage

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RFI-MDGI-6342-2019-301
TRESS LEVEL OF TEACHERS : A NEW VIEWPOINT

Dr. Sanjay Maheshwari


Assistant Professor
Vishisht School of Management, 5/5 R.S. Shukla Marg, Indore

Abstract - The word ―stress‖ is one of the most frequently used words today. We live in a
world which is developing fast and which requires constant adaptation. Technology is
changing and so are social habits, values, structures, and people. everyone has to manage
with these changes and it applies not only to individuals but also to organizations. Stress is
not necessarily negative for our performance. Some level of stress is popular to generate
passion, creativity, and productivity. I identifying and managing stress among teachers in
secondary schools. The purpose and the focus of the research is to determine the presence
of stress or stress load with teachers at the vocational secondary school; the purpose was to
also determine the largest causes, how to recognize and control them. The aim of research
study is achieved by doing a qualitative study in vocational secondary schools where
teachers are participants in the interview.
Limitations: The study was conducted in the above-mentioned vocational secondary
schools, eight teachers interviewed. In the future it would be necessary to investigate when
the number of sick leaves is at its maximum and if that is due to stress.
Keywords : Stress Level, Recognize Stress, Secondary School Teachers, Functional
Department,

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STUDY ON CONSUMER’S BEHAVIOUR IN INDIA WITH REFERENCE OF ONLINE
SHOPPING

Dr. Ajay Phaltankar


Asst. Professor, Department of Management,
Christian Eminent College, Indore.

Abstract- Though online shopping is very common outside India, its growth in Indian
Market, which is a large and strategic consumer market, is still not in line with the global
market. The potential growth of on-line shopping has triggered the idea of conducting a
study on on-line shopping in India. The results of study reveal that on-line shopping in
India is significantly affected by various Demographic actors like age, gender, marital
status, family size and income. The results of the study could be further used by the
researchers and practitioners for conducting future studies in the similar area. Realizing
the importance of E-commerce, companies would like to discover more business
opportunities and to bring back more customers. As such, it is very important to
understand consumers‗ E-commerce adoption behavior and their online shopping behavior.
Key Words: E-Commerce, Internet, Consumer Behaviour.

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ROLE OF MORAL VALUES AND ETHICS IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS

Dr. Kiran V Panchal


Asst. Professor, Department of Management,
Christian Eminent College, Indore.

Abstract- Purpose of this paper is to discuss important role of moral learning in arising and
resolving management moral crisis. The problems of ethical values represent a subject that
is present so often in the theoretical studies on business management, but it is treated with
insufficient attention at the level of business community. The paper talks about the
managerial moral trough the perspective of the approach as a significant factor in achieving
a consistent and long term success in business. The paper aims to reflect upon the
significance of inter-relationship of moral and business in multinational corporate world. By
pleading for the necessity of developing authentic moral values in the business

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management and motivating this must by bringing arguments from the managerial
practice, the paper insists on the fact that the observance of the moral values that are
universally recognized sustain and consolidate the company‘s reputation, giving it stability
and safety, making it trust worthy in the environment it acts in.
Keywords: Managerial Moral, Business Ethics, Organizational Culture, Business Success.

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CONSUMERS ATTITUDE AND INTERIOR DESIGNER: A CO RELATIONAL STUDY

Mrs. Namrata Sharma


Asst. Professor, Department of Management,
Christian Eminent College, Indore
Abstract - Consumer‘s Attitudes are a critical concept in studying Consumer Behavior.
Consumer‘s Attitudes are predisposed reactions to an interior designer and interior
designing. Consumer is now looking for designers who have strong knowledge and
background in research methodologies for testing interior design outcomes. In the area of
interior designing customer‘s attitude plays a vital role for the interior designer. It is one of
the significant determinants in Consumer buying behavior. Interior designer should always
be concerned about the service related issues which directly affects the customer‘s attitude.
Attitudes are easily formed, but difficult to change. Consumer behavior is the study of how
a consumer thinks, feels, and selects between competing products. Moreover, the study of
attitudes is critical to understanding the motivation and decision strategies employed by
consumers. The combination of beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors influence how a consumer
reacts to a product or service.
Key Words: Consumer‘s Attitude, Interior Design, Consumer behavior

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MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR PACKEGED DRINKING WATER INDUSTRY

Dr. Richa Darshan


Head of Management Department, Dr.A.P.J.Abdul KalamUnivercity
Swati Garg
Asst. Prof., Christian Eminent College
Abstract- In recent years, the drinking water industry has been liberalized and encouraged
private players and investors. Apart from the private producers and cooperatives, other
models of packaged drinking water industry are being explored such as mutually aided
producer companies. In India demand for packaged drinking water industry is likely to grow
in upcoming years driven by large number of customers, higher disposable income and
consciousness for hygienic values. In urban areas, the consumption pattern for packaged
drinking water products are increasing as all the consumers depend on drinking mineral
bottles for safe and hygienic products. In urban location, packaged drinking water industry
are providing space to many National & International brand in expanding customers‘
expectations with regard to quality, price, distribution network etc. It has been observed for
the last decade, GDP has increased and formulated in organizes way. This, the study of the
customer satisfaction has been carried out because our Indian economy is developed and
dependent on packaged drinking water.
In an environment of competitive market, the success of every industry largely depends on
how precisely it can understand the target consumers. Because, such an understanding is
the sole means to translate the needs and wants of the prospective consumers into
products or services.
Keywords: Marketing Strategies

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―THE EFFECTIVE IMPLICATIONS OF MARKETING MIX STRATEGIES ON CATEGORY
MANAGEMENT IN RETAIL OUTLET, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE IN MAJOR CITIES OF
M.P‖

Dr. Kamran Sultan

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Reader & Former Director, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru Institute of Business Management,
Ujjain
Dr. Shilpi Mehta
Director, Mathuradevi Institute of Management, Indore

Abstract- Category Management phenomenon has a significant impact on product


management organization from the perspective of responsibility of the product manager or
the category manager to customize their product on store-by- store basis in a way that
satisfies customer needs. The category manager, who like product managers and their
brands, are empowered to operate their categories as separate businesses. This shows a
clear relationship between Category Management and marketing mix. The reason behind
the study is to conduct a research on the impact of this phenomenon as it is the systematic
link between manufacturer, retailer and the consumer. The objective of this research is to
examine whether there is a significant relationship between Category Management and
marketing mix strategy with respect to Product strategy, Pricing strategy, Promotion
strategy and Place strategy.
The conceptual framework of this study focuses on the development of a model to
measure the relationship between Category Management and marketing mix strategy.
Examining the relationship between Category Management and marketing mix strategy,
should contribute to our knowledge of the relationship that exists between them The
Research will benefit the retailers in improving the phenomenon of Category Management
as it is assumed that it is related to the selling strategies of the product. Each variable of
the product is related to the selling strategy and in turn to the Category Management which
plays an important role in the selling if the product.
The analysis will give an idea how it can be implemented in the market and in the
marketing scenario. The research will be helpful in assessing new aspects of Category
Management in selling a product as the selling methods are the base of to determine
profitability, trends, opportunities etc. This technique will be helpful in discovering the new
aspect of Category Management in the area of Marketing.
Key words: Category Management, Marketing Mix, Product, Price, Place, Promotion

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DYNAMICS OF WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA

Dr. Shahnawaz Alam


Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law and Governance, JVWU, Jaipur(Rajasthan)

Abstract- These days‘ women play the leading role in developing the society. A better
Society cannot be shaped without any active involvement of women. The women enjoy her
rights and independency in developed world. Although the word, women empowerment
become a buzzword in the contemporary society because women already proved her ability
in each vigorous field. But Indian women do not properly use their rights and neither takes
any types of decision indecently due to lack economic dependent on others. However, in
order to achieve equal status in the society women need to be empowering economically.
The economic empowerment is thought to allow poor people to think beyond daily survival
and exercise their life choices. Economic empowerment is an inclusive phenomenon that
encouraging capability for self-sufficiency. The financial empowerment also increases
women‘s excess to economic resources and opportunities including job, financial services,
property and other productive asset, skill development and market information. Women‘s
empowerment is a prerequisite for sustainable development. However, for achieving
women‘s economic empowerment requires more equitable access to assets, employment
opportunities and government appropriate policy. Innovative approaches are to scale up
women‘s, economic empowerment. The present study is an attempt to investigate how
consciousness /sensitization of women about their rights, economic empowerment of
women and women‘s overall development can be helpful in achieving the goal of women‘s
empowerment.
Keywords: Self-Sufficiency, Women‘s Empowerment, Economic Empowerment

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AN OPTIMAL IMAGE PROCESSING APPROACH FOR GROUND WATER EXPOSURE IN
REAL TIME FRAMEWORK

Charu Shree1, Rupinder Kaur2, Sarvesh Kumar3, Mansi Atolia4, Binita Pareek5
1M.Tech, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur
2345Assistant Professor, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‘s University, Jaipur

Abstract - Water is a standout amongst the most indispensable natural resource for all
living things on Earth. In this paper we present a programmed framework for ground water
detection from images captured by a drone camera through the image processing
techniques. Water detection is beneficial for applications, such as, video search, outdoor
surveillance, and frameworks, for example, unmanned ground vehicles and unmanned
flying vehicles. In this paper we estimate bit equity features of aqua and utilize some
methodology of color detection, texture detection and reflection methodology to detect water
subsequent to taking contribution from constant picture information. To detect water based
on single cue may be difficult and inappropriate so here we described a method for multi
cue water detection.

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EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS ON PROPERTIES OF STEEL FIBRE REINFORCED
CONCRETE

Ankit Gour1, Arpit Sethia2, Vijay Kumar Baradiya3


M. tech Scholar1, Asst. Prof.2, Asso. Prof.3,
123Department of Civil Engineering, IES IPS ACADEMY, INDORE

Abstract - The use of Steel Fibre Reinforced composites for infrastructure applications is
becoming more popular with the introduction of new high performance materials. Steel
Fibre Reinforced composites are introduced to enhance the overall performance of
structures, such as composite bridge decks, beams, bearing walls, etc. Concrete is the most
used construction material possessing many desirable properties like high compressive
strength and durability. At the same time, concrete has some disadvantages. Plain concrete
has very low tensile strength and low ductility. Plain concrete does not offers much
resistance against cracking. The development of micro cracks limits its tensile strength at
initially, these cracks do not harm too much, but on propagation the magnitude of loss and
severity of damage will be more. Concrete with brittle nature and low tensile strength is
more susceptible to fracture. These problems can be overcome by reinforcing concrete with
fibres. The fibre reinforced concrete has been considered as bone in construction since it is
a better option because of which the cracks can be effectively arrested. Fibre reinforced
concrete is a composite material which consisting of cement mortar with random
distribution of small fibres with high tensile strength. This review from the past experiences
presents the results of experimental and analytical studies done on composite material
made of Fibre reinforced concrete overlaid on Conventional Reinforcement with Concrete.
Results show that the composite structures possess good tensile strength, flexural strength,
cracking strength and ultimate capacity..
Keywords- Steel Scrap, Compressive Strength, Flexural Strength, Mechanical properties,
and Slump for Concrete.

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A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON IMPACT OF CUSTOMER FACTORS ON POSITIONING OF
AIRLINE BRANDS

Ashish Sharma
University Institute of Management, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur (MP) INDIA
Hitendra Bargal
Patel Group of Institutions, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) INDIA
Priyanka Bargal
Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India

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Abstract - They are less process sensitive and they remain customer for a longer period.
Every company is focusing on maintaining customer satisfaction .This paper aims to know
the customers satisfaction on the Indian Airlines Industry. The impact of automobile
industry‘s attempts comes on the rest of the economy. It has a vital role in helping the
nation for higher value addition in services and in the up gradation of their skills.
Keywords: Customer Factors, Positioning, Airline Brands.

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INJECTION LOCKING IN RING VCO

Hemant Raghuwanshi1
M.E. Scholar (VLSI Design), SVCE, Indore
Shyam Singh Dangi2
MDITM, Indore
Abstract- This paper presents the merits of injection locking scheme used in ring oscillators
and comparison between injection locked Ring VCO and conventional ring VCO. This paper
proposed a injection locking mechanism in Differential ring oscillator in 0.25μm technology
at supply voltage of 2.5 volts using EDA Tanner Tool. The Differential Injection locked Ring
oscillator has a power consumption of 13mw with good phase noise performance and more
area efficient. The proposed work made a comparative analysis of injection locking in ring
VCO with the conventional ring VCO.
Keywords: - CMOS, Ring Voltage controlled Oscillator, Injection locking, Differential Ring
VCO, Injection pulses.

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EFFECT OF SAHAJAYOGA MEDITATION ON POTENTIALITY, EMOTIONAL
INTELLIGENECE AND SELF EFFICACY OF MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STRESS MANAGEMENT

Apeksha Jain
Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India
Hitendra Bargal
Patel Group of Institutions, Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP) India
Abstract - The word stress is not been a hidden icon for anyone. Today‘s lifestyle leads you
under immense pressure and load either on your mind, body or soul leading to various
problems in your life. Whether you talk about corporate or personal life, the era today is
restless, so people invite lots & lots of disorders in life because of stress. Stress cannot be
defined in few lines but it is a state, which brings mental and emotional pressures that
leads into a situation of anger, worry, apprehensions, fear, anxiety, depression, or even a
situation of elation which leads to mental, physical and emotional problems for students
and management professionals. The title focuses on ―Effect of Sahajayoga meditation on
potentiality, emotional intelligence and self-efficacy of management professionals with
special reference to stress management‖. The stress experienced by management
professionals is so powerful and pervasive that it leads to physical & mental disorders. They
are under great depression and there self-efficacy to work become negligible. It leads them
towards societal tendency or under immense pressure. Training and Development Programs
for Management Professionals through Sahaj Yoga on Stress Management helps them to
reduce their stress and depression. It also helps to improve their self-efficacy, potentiality
and emotional intelligence so that they turn out to be positive managers in the society.
Key Words: Stress Management, Sahajayoga Meditation, potentiality, Self-efficacy,
Emotional intelligence.

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DETERMINATION OF BULK DENSITY OF DECCAN BASALT CORE USING STANDARD
INDUSTRY METHODS

Dr. A.N. Patel


Retd Professor and HOD, Department of Civil Engineering, SGSITS Indore
Mr. Gunjan Shrivastava
Research Scholar, Mewar University, Chittorgarh

Abstract- Density is a basic property of a material that is equal to the objects mass divided
by its volume. However the determination of an accurate density for some rock materials
can difficult. This difficulty comes from many sources such as irregular volume, porosity,
moisture content of the material, permeability of the material and the lack of a clear
definition of density itself. This research investigated a common industry method used to
determine the bulk density of rock core samples typically encountered in the geotechnical
investigations. The main problem in determining the bulk density of rock core is obtaining
an accurate estimate of the rock core’s total volume. The research investigated four
common techniques used to measuring the bulk density of materials. The research also
investigated the issue of moisture saturation into the rock core. This is an important
parameter in the portioning of concrete mixes. This density is known as the saturated-
surface-dry density.
Four different methods commonly used in the aggregate and mining industries to
determine the bulk density of materials were examined. These methods were the caliper
method, instantaneous water immersion method, wax immersion method, and wax-shrink
wrap immersion. Of the four methods tested the wax-immersion method was determined to
be the most accurate method. This was due to the liquid waxes ability to closely mold into
the surface pore of the sample which gives the most accurate estimate of the volume of the
sample.

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IMPACT OF SHOPPING MALLS ON SMALL RETAILERS – AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Dr.Rekha Lakhotia
Associate Professor, IPS Academy, Indore

Abstract - The retailing sector in India has undergone significant transformation in the past
10 years. This study aims to determine the mall criteria that are the most crucial for the
youth market by determining the winning brand in comparison to other offerings to
understand what is required to gain a competitive advantage and to differentiate a mall
from its rivals. The survey was administered using the mall intercept method to reduce
sample bias. The study identifies that the criteria that have the highest impact on the mall
preferences of young people are the mall campaigns for loyal customers; the traffic in the
mall locality and the mall’s parking facilities; the mall’s facilities for disabled people; the
quality of the mall locality; and the quality of the people visiting the mall. The study reveals
that a mall’s physical features, its facilities and the criteria related to employees have a very
low impact on the mall choices of young people. The study further finds that the youth
market has very low satisfaction levels for all of the identified criteria. This study reveals
that this macro accessibility criterion is less relevant for the youth market than for the
general population. Originality/value despite the importance of this market, there is
insufficient research on the shopping behaviour of young people. They have a considerable
impact on the purchasing decisions of their families, significant disposable income and
constitute the future market for the sector. This study uniquely enables the sequential
ordering of customers’ decision-making criteria and determines the effectiveness or impact
of these criteria in the mall sector.
Keywords - Shopping malls, Departments stores, Consumers, Retail markets

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EFFECT OF STRONG ACID ON THE OXIDATION OF α-HYDROXY ACID (LACTIC ACID)
BY CHROMIC ACID; A KINETIC AND MECHANISTIC APPROACH

Ranu Singh
Research Scholor, Department of Chemistry, Sarvepalli.Radha.Krishnan.University,
Bhopal (India)

Abstract - Effect of strong acid (Sulphuric Acid) on the oxidation of α- hydroxyl acid (Lactic
Acid) by Chromic Acid) has been studied with spectrophotometery in the temperature range
of 300K-320K. It is observed that reaction is catalyzed in presence of Sulphuric Acid.
Kinetics of oxidation of Lactic Acid by Chromic Acid shows first order reaction. Kinetics and
spectrophotometeric results indicates the formation of Pyruvic Acid (α- keto acid) as an end
product. On the basis of experimental results, mechanism for the reaction is proposed.
Kinetic parameters such as catalytic constant, pH values and temperature coefficient for all
the runs are calculated.

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WELLNESS AND LIFESTYLE OF SCHOOL CHILDREN

Babita Agrawal, Research Scholor

Abstract - The purpose of the study was to determine and interpret the responses and
check awareness of students of govt. and non govt. schools. The questionnaire method was
used for collection of information and data. The questionnaire consist of 38 questions was
also developed to evaluate the wellness lifestyle of the school students that covered fitness,
diet, daily routine, hygiene and habits and which is based on questionnaire developed by
Wener W.K. Hoeger, he wrote many books on health and wellness, some books were – Life
time physical fitness and wellness, principles and labs for physical fitness and wellness etc.
The questionnaire was based on the life style and having its aim to assess the health status
of the individuals. The responses of questions were graded as Always/Nearly
Always/Often/Seldom/Never. The questionnaire were distributed to 2000 students of govt.
and non govt. schools. The research scholar herself collected back all the questionnaire
after it was duly filled by the students. Thecollected data with regards to the responses of
the students were analyzed and reported in percentage form.

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SELECTED PARAMETERS IN A CRICKET MATCH OF RANJI
TROPHY

Mayank Agrawal1, Prof. Deepak Mehtaa2


1Strengthand Conditioning Coach, Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association, Indore, M.P
2Head of the Department, School of Physical Education, D.A.V.V., Indore

Abstract - The study was undertaken to Analyze a selected Ranji Trophy Cricket match of
domestic level for the assessment of selected variables which contribute in success and
failure of a team. In the study two teams representing the league match played between
M.P.C.A and Baroda at Indore was studied. The match was played on 4 day cricket rules
under the guidelines of Board of Control for Cricket in India. The descriptive statistics was
used to analysis both the innings played in the match and a special software for video
analysis was used for critical scrutiny. It was found that Run rate of a team, bowlers
economy, time spent by a batsman for his highest runs, total runs scored by the team etc.
play a very important role in win or loss of a team.

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EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIATED TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Nayan Prakash Gandhi


Assistant Professor,
OM Kothari Institute of Management & Research, Kota, Rajasthan, India

Abstract:- Drawing on the principles of upper echelons theory and team leadership
research and using 101 subsidiary top management teams (TMTs), our study revealed that
subsidiary CEO transforma¬tional leadership that was focused evenly on every TMT
member increased team effectiveness and firm performance, whereas leadership that
differentiated among individual members decreased both outcomes. By differentiating the
amount of individual consideration and intel¬lectual stimulation across TMT members,
CEOs unintentionally disrupted the team’s dynamics (team potency), ultimately reducing
team effectiveness and subsidiary firm performance ratings. Furthermore, CEO gender and
moral inconsistency across executives served as moderators of the detrimental effects of
differentiated leadership on the outcomes. The negative effect of dif¬ferentiated leadership
behavior was stronger among female CEOs and those who failed to con¬sistently exhibit
moral behaviors that might justify differentiation in transformational leadership.
Keywords:- transformational leadership; subsidiary top management team; differentiated
leadership; team potency; performance

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EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LEVEL OF VERMICOMPOST AND FYM ORGANIC MANURE ON
ECONOMIC OF CUCUMBER INTERCROPPED WITH CITRUS BASED AGROFORESTRY
SYSTEM

Perfect Leader Thongney1, Neelam Khare2, Sandeep Rout3 and Ronald Debbarma4
College of Forestry, Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture Technology & Sciences,
Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA

Abstract - A field study was carried out at the experimental field of Forest Nursery and
research center, College of Forestry, SHUATS, Prayagraj, India during June to Sept 2017.
The experiment was laid out in RBD with 9 treatments replicated thrice on different level
Vermicompost and FYM Organic Manure. The maximum cost benefit ratio (2.60:1) were
recorded in treatment T8 (Vermicompost@ 2t/ha + FYM@ 15t/ha) whereas minimum cost-
benefit ratio was (1.11:1) in T0 (control). The study suggested that the treatment T8
(Vermicompost@ 2t/ha + FYM@ 15t/ha) was recorded the best among in all treatment
combination of organic fertilizers in term of economics to ensure of getting the high return.
Keywords: Agroforestry, Cucumber, organic manure, vermicompost.

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ANALYTIC RESEARCH IN MANAGEMENT: CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES

Nayan Prakash Gandhi


Assistant Professor,
OM Kothari Institute of Management & Research, Kota, Rajasthan, India

Abstract:- Early meta-analyses in management research sought primarily to resolve


seemingly conflicting findings by estimating a relationship’s population-level effect size.
Since then, management researchers have adopted increasingly sophisticated approaches
that permit new theorizing, testing and comparing sophisticated models, and identifying
boundary conditions. We summarize three of these approaches – i.e., qualitative meta-
analysis (QMA), meta-analytic structural equation modeling (MASEM), and meta-analytic
regression analysis (MARA) – along with the special issue papers that adopt each approach.
We conclude by raising three unresolved controversies that we believe deserve more
attention and by offering our thoughts about how to maximize a meta-analytic study’s
chances for publication and impact.

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Keywords:- meta-analysis, meta-analytic structural equation modeling, meta-regression,
qualitative meta-analysis.

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DESIGN AND DEVELOP OF PULSATILE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR
CHRONOTHERAPEUTIC RELEASE OF TRANDOLAPRIL

Ajit Kumar Varma1, Deepika Bairagee1, Shweeta Kulkarnee2


1Orienral
College of Pharmacy & Research, Oriental University, Sanwer Road, Opp. Rewati
Range, Jakhya, Indore, (M.P.)
2Chamelidevi Institute of Pharmacy, Indore,Khandwa Road, Village Umrikheda, Indore,

Madhya Pradesh (India)

Abstract- The aim of the study was to design and develop pulsatile drug delivery system of
Trandolapril. Plasma nor epinephrine level and plasma renin activity are elevated in the
morning,both hormones have potential to induce coronary vasoconstriction, therefore, we
can achieve the peak of plasma drug concentration at morning time and control at
morning spate of B.P. compliances. The rapid release of the drug after a lag time consistent
with the requirement for chronotherapeutics was achieved with developed formulation F-8
(swellable polymer, xanthan gum,) which show lag time of 4 hr. During the lag time, only 25
% drug released following rapid release (99% ± 83 % in 7 hr.) of the drug was observed. The
ex-vivo absorption study conducted using everted chicken intestinal segment indicated a
delay in absorption of the drug. Thus this approach can provide a useful means for timed
release of Trandolapril and may be better helpful for patients with morning spate of BP.
Key Words- Chronotherapeutics, Trandolapril, Pulsatile Delivery, Swelling Control.

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AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ON THEINFORMATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF FUTURE
MARKETS IN INDIA- WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NIFTY 50 INDEX
FUTURES

1Jolly Sushma and 2Vivek S. Kushwaha


1Assistant Professor, Management Department,
2Director, Management Department,
1,2IPS Academy – Institute of Business Management and Research, Indore, Madhya

Pradesh, INDIA

Abstract: There has been tremendous growth in the Indian derivative markets since their
launch as the derivatives are serving as a very attractive medium of risk management. This
study is an attempt to analyze the informational efficiency of the spot and the futures
markets. The study focused on stock index namely Nifty 50 and the data ranging from 4th
January 2010 to 30th Dec 2017 was collected from the NSE website.The study used
Johanssen’scointegration test and Granger causality to find which market first reacts to
any new information in the market and if there exists any relationship between the two
markets. The empirical results concluded that there exists a bidirectional relationship
between the two markets. i.e. both spot and future have an impact on each other. Also, spot
market was found to be reacting promptly on information dissemination in comparison to
the future markets thereby influencing the prices of future markets.
Keywords : financial derivative,Johansen’s Cointegration, Granger Causality, Nifty

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3D MODELING AND CNC SIMULATION OF COUNTER BEARING BRACKET

Gyanodaya Jaiswal1, Ankush Chourasia2, Himanshu Bhawsar3, Sumeet Shukla4


123Student- Indore Institute of Science and Technology, Indore
4Professor- Indore Institute of Science and Technology, Indore

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Abstract- The modelling of a Counter Bearing Bracket using the,3D CAD Software, PTC
Creo is shown. Automation using CNC machine for precise and intricate machining is
mentioned. Furthermore, in this paper, the generation of G & M code using the Autodesk
Fusion 360 software is introduced which could be an alternative to the classical use of G
code through abstract method. Index Terms- Counter Bearing Bracket, Transmission
System, PTC Creo Parametric, Autodesk Fusion 360, CNC FANUC Milling.

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FLUID DOMAIN IN TSUNAMI WAVES GENERATED BY A MOVING BOTTOM

Prof. Deepshikha Dubey


(Asst Prof Mathematics, SAGE University, Indore)
Registered Research Scholar (Ph.D.): Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishvidyalaya, Indore

Abstract: Water waves at the surface of sea level can be generated by various mechanisms
such as wind blowing on the free surface, wavemaker, moving disturbance on the bottom or
the surface, fall of an object into the liquid, liquid inside a moving container, etc. This paper
describing the waves that are created by a given motion of the bottom with the use of fluid
domain. Mathematical modelling of Tsunami waves are describing in this paper. By using
Laplace transform in time and Fourier transform in space, tsunami wave forms within the
linearized shallow water theory for constant water depth is given in the paper. Effects of
different boundary conditions in a water wave has been studied in this paper.
Keywords: Fluid Domain, Moving bottom, Mathematical modelling of tsunami, water wave,
tsunami amplitude, water wave theory, Laplace and Fourier Transforms.

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INVESTMENT ON INNOVATION ITSELF A MOTIVATION

Parv Parmar
Motivational Speaker, Educationist and Industrialist

Motivation encourage an individual to achieve and in todays developing technology


era it is required to encourage the new and fruitful innovations of the engineers,
every innovation is a boon to a country but only when proper investment is done to
it. Investing on innovation is a kind of monetary motivation to a technocrat and his
mind work beyond its potential, actually it is important the every innovation should
come into existence once so that people van decide whether this is useful. For them
or not and accordingly government invest on it. Introduction of drone, artificial
Intelligence and even smart phone is an invention which gain attraction and make
a different place in a market huge investment done by retail sector on these
innovations and the brains behind it keep on upgrading this technology, so now the
time came that every invention should provided a platform and let the engineers
feel that there hard work is valued, once they developed the sense of belonging ness
by their own people they happily contribute towards their field and that will be a
real motivation to the developing technology world and their people.

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DESIGN AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MUFF COUPLING HUB MATERIALS
BY USING SOFTWARE ANSYS

Ankit Banjara1, Avinash Chandel2, Sourav Ghode3, Sumeet Shukla4


1,2,3Student, 4Assistant Professor
1,2,3,4Indore Institute of Science & Technology Indore

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Abstract - The procedure apply for standard design equations of these couplings
and links them with each other to resolve the design parameter of the coupling.
Mainly, muff coupling is used in power transmission for centrifugal pump, shower,
blowers and textile machinery. It is a kind of coupling which have hollow cylindrical
block with a key slot. A design is created by means of CREO (PTC). Moreover the
finite element analysis model is created in ANSYS workbench by using ANSYS
static structure module which has a predefined process to get superlative results.
Keywords –Muff Coupling, boundary condition, Loading condition.

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DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF MUFF COUPLING KEY MATERIALS OPTIMIZATION WITH
USING DIFFERENT MATERIAL GRADES

Abhijeet Kaul1, Abhyuday Singh2, Bhavesh Dwivedi3, Mr. Pritesh Paliwal4


1,2,3Student, 4Assistant Professor
1234Indore Institute of Science & Technology Indore

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Abstract - The approach utilizes standard design equations of these couplings and
links them together to determine the design parameter of the coupling. In general,
muff coupling is used in power transmission for centrifugal pump, shower, blowers
and textile machinery. It is a type of coupling which have hollow cylindrical block
with a key slot. A design is generated with the help of CREO (PTC). Further the
finite element analysis model is created in ANSYS workbench by using ANSYS
static structure module which has a predefined process to obtain optimum results.
Keywords –Muff Coupling, boundary condition, Loading condition

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DESIGN OF SUSTAINABLE GEOTHERMAL AIR CONDITIONER

Piyush Kumar1, Prashant Rathore2, Punit Shinde3, Mukesh Sharma4,


Naman Kumar Gandhi5
123Student, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology
4Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology
5Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Indore Institute of Science & Technology

Abstract- In tropical country like India, the buildings use about 70% of operation energy for
cooling of buildings. For cooling purpose they use several electro-mechanical cooling
appliance which is, evaporative coolers, air conditioners, etc. are used. These appliances
consume very large amount of electricity. This consumption of power can be reduced by
using geothermal air conditioners. Application of geothermal cooling system is a very
appropriate option for saving energy and reducing emission when compared to conventional
cooling techniques. In this work design methodology of geothermal cooling system is
broadly elaborated along with its different types and components used. A basic design
model of geothermal cooling system consists of mainly copper pipe coil which is fitted 6 m
below the earth surface. Then air is passed through it which then gets cooled to 20℃ which
is the temperature down there. This cooled air is then circulated to the area to be cooled.

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The case study of a similar kind of system established at an educational building located at
VNIT, Nagpur campus was used for 3 month with daily usage of 8 hours a day. It shows an
energy consumption of 53% which can further be reduced to certain extent. Thus, for a
developing country like India it can be of great use.

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PURIFICATION OF WATER USING NON-CONVENTIONAL METHOD

Shefali Srivastava1, Bhaskar Sharma2, Himanshu Sirohia3


M.Tech Student1, Assistant Professor23
Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur123

Abstract - In this paper, a water purifier is designed which works on Non-


Conventional Method like solar with the help of PV panels. The process of water
purification is eliminating harmful chemicals, biological poisons, suspended solids
and gases from polluted water. This project is based on the principle of reverse
osmosis. The radiations of solar are collected by PV solar panel. After this the
collected energy is furtherstored in a battery. The battery is connected to the
purification unit with the help of switch. The purification unit consists of high
pressure motor, reverse osmosis system and the water tank. The high pressure
creates the necessary pressure required to carry out reverse osmosis. Through this
process we obtain the purified water in the water tank.
Keywords: Solar energy, Water filtration, Compact filter, Natural ingredients,
Sustainable development.

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DEMONETIZATION: EFFECTS ON INDIAN ECONOMY

Dr. Preeti R Gotmare


Assistant Professor, Department of Management
Central University Of Tamil Nadu, Thiruvarur
Abstract - Demonetisation completed A year ago once 8th november 2016 maybe
might have been those solitary the vast majority choice then afterward autonomy
that influenced each absolute persnickety for india is it a politician, businessman,
bureaucrat, laborer, housewife, child, and so forth throughout this way, observing
and stock arrangement of all instrumentation may be enha. Demonetisation carried
out Toward our respectable leader Narendra Modi A year ago might have been with
a handy plan to decrease debasement and bootleg cash starting with those
economy, bring transparency What's more stupendous formalization in the
economy. This single A large portion choice shook those economy for a while,
What's more everyone debated once its effect ahead indian economy, benefits of the
business Also different parts of the economy. Right away those economy need turn
out from claiming that sudden demise jerk of trade crunch What's more attempting
on make stabilized, thereabouts it is An pretty great the long run on observe at
those impacts from claiming this demonetization on our economy. In spite of it will
detract no less than 5-6 quite some time should get the finish outcomes about this
demonetization a portion short-term impacts would exactly noticeable. This paper
may be an endeavor will figure out these short-term affects of demonetization with
respect to indian economy both certain Also negative. This ponder adopts a
descriptive, explanatory approach dependent upon auxiliary information will figure
out these sure What's more antagonistic impacts from claiming this demonetization
looking into indian economy for A person quite a while.
Keywords: Demonetization; Indian Economy; Effects, sure Effects, antagonistic
impacts.

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ननममाण उद्योग की छवि और इसके रोजगमर आकर्ाण

Dr. Atul Loomba


Associate professor, faculty of management, Rabindranatha Tagore University,
Bhopal
Sachin M.Pathak
Assistant professor, Shri Jain Diwakar Mahavidyalay, Indore

समरमांश - जैसम कक ननममाण उद्योग एक सकमरमत्मक छवि कम आनांद नहीां ऱेतम है यह जरूरी नहीां है कक अन्य
उद्योगों के समथ तुऱनम में ऩसांद कम कैररयर हो। यह अध्ययन उद्योग की छवि की जमांच करतम है तमकक यह
स्थमवऩत ककयम जम सके कक उद्योग की धमरणम क्यम है उस धमरणम के प्रभमि और सेक्टर की छवि को कैसे
बेहतर बनमयम जम सकतम है। एक ममश्रित दृष्टटकोण कम उऩयोग ककयम जमतम है ष्जसमें मध्यप्रदे श के इांदौर ऺेत्र
के समथ-समथ ननयोक्तमओां के फोकस समूह के हमई- स्कूऱ के छमत्रों , ननयोक्तमओां और कमाचमररयों के एक उद्देश्य
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यह महत्िऩण
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कम कैररयर बन सके। अध्ययन को मध्यप्रदे श के इांदौर ऺेत्र उच्च विद्यमऱयों में रखम गयम है।

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INDIA’S EXPORT-LED GROWTH AND SUSTAINABILITY: A STUDY OF POST REFORM
PERIOD

Parmjeet Kaur1, Dr. Manisha2


1Research Scholar (PhD) (Centre for Economic Studies) at
Central University of Punjab, India

Abstract - Foreign trade plays a significant role in accelerating the economic pace of a
country. It spells a strong presence in an economy as the state is involved in imports and
exports of the variety of products. After the year 1 991 , the export sector has considered as
the prime arena industry worldwide for sustaining and accelerating the process of economic
growth and development in every country. This paper sees the sights the role and impact of
India‟s manufacturing export-led growth and also study the concept of India‟s exports and
the various economic factors which have contributed to its growth. The results of
competitiveness of India‟s manufacturing exports show that RCA found the highest for the
commodities namely „Textiles, yarn, fabrics, made-up articles, news, and related products,'
„Leather, leather manufactures and dressed furskins,' „Non-metallic mineral manufactures,
nes‟ for all selected countries. The study suggests that there is an urgent requirement to
enhance competitiveness for the Indian manufacturing products in the world market.
Keywords: India, Export, Economic Growth, RCA, Sustainability, Trade Intensity Index,
Export Intensity Index

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ROLE OF MSME IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

Dr. Chhaya Mishra


Asst. Professor, Shri Cloth Market Girls College, Indore
Antara Kirkire
Research Scholar

Abstract - The micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME‟s) sector plays a very
important role in economic development of the country. MSME‟s are considered backbone of
the most economies globally. The possibilities and potential for job creation and wealth
formation are immense in MSME sector. MSME‟s are an important segment of the
developing economies. They are key contributors to GDP, Export, Employment generation,
etc. Keeping in view the crucial role of MSME for our country, the present study explains
the features of MSME, current scenario of MSME, discuss opportunities and challenges
faced by them and offers suggestion for growth of MSME.

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PERCEPTION OF UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS TOWARDS
STUDENT-INITIATED TEACHING LEARNING TECHNIQUES: SYMPOSIUM &
STUDENTS’ CORNER

Dr. Dnyaneshwar G Kurle


Associate Professor, Dept of Pharmacology & Therapeutics,
Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai 40001 2.

Abstract- Medical education has undergone a considerable change in the last few
decades, with more focus now on interactive techniques which are centered on
students. We conducted a study to evaluate perception of undergraduate medical
students towards two student-initiated teaching learning methods namely,
symposium and students‟ corner. 1 80 second year MBBS students studying in Seth

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GS Medical College, Mumbai were divided in to two groups: half of them were told
to present symposium on different pharmacology topics in front of their peers and
other half were told to write short interesting articles or puzzles on pre-allotted
topics which were displayed on a dedicated notice board. Students were free to
approach teachers in case of any difficulty. At the end of the academic year,
perceptions of students were taken using a pre-validated questionnaire.
Comparatively more students favored symposium than students‟ corner for
improved understanding (77.4% vs 67.46% ), acquiring knowledge helpful for clinical
applications (73.1 4% vs. 59.28% ) and overall satisfaction with the technique (74.58% vs
63.91 % ). Best qualities of symposium mentioned were interactive nature, improved
understanding, increased confidence for public speaking etc and for students‟
corner, they were better understanding, increased self learning, encouraged
creativity etc. Few things were not appreciated like fast/ unclear speech, lack of
doubt solving, irrelevant information etc for symposium and lack of space,
monotonous nature of activity, long articles etc. in case of students‟ corner activity.
Majority students (> 60% ) said that these activities should be continued in the
future. Student initiated teaching learning methods can be helpful by promoting
active participation of students and also by allowing them to take more
responsibility for their own learning.

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A REVIEW ON THE EMERGENCE OF REALITY CRIME SHOWS AND CONCERNS

Ms. Swati Pareek,


Research Scholar, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University, Jaipur
Prof. Prabodh Govil,
Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University, Jaipur

Abstract- Reality Crime Shows of television emerged in cultural and psychological


realm of global society. The emergence and popularity of Reality Crime Shows in
global village is seen as an impact of globalization and marketization of information
and awareness. Reality Crime Shows developed as „infotainment‟ a sub-genre of
non-fictional category. The combination of information and entertainmentis
attracting a huge part of society. Audience trust and opinion building is now
becoming a major concern for the worldwide researchers. Reality Crime Shows
persuade multidisciplinary researchers to examine the perception and impacts of
these reality crime shows. The review researches explain the reasons of liking and
trusting Reality Crime Shows and the role of societal forces to influence audience
perceptions.
Key words: Reality Crime Shows, realm, infotainment, multidisciplinary,
globalization and marketization

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IMPACT OF TRAINING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES OF PRIVATE
SECTOR IN NEW ERA

Shivangi Bhatnagar
Research Scholar, Jayoti Vidyapeeth women‟s University, Jaipur
Dr. Mini Amit Arrawatia
Research Guide, Jayoti Vidyapeeth women‟s University, Jaipur
Abstract: - Training is a very essential component for the company. It is the
pathway for organizations success. It is the fact that a company or an organization

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achieves success, maximum production, and profit due to the employee‟s hardwork
and sincerity towards the assigned work but apart from this, employees also
requires training time to time in order to learn new concepts and to acquire latest
techniques. This research paper emphasis on the Importance and need of training
for the employees and the study gives a clear understanding about the performance
of employees through training.
Keywords:- Training and development, employees performance, private sector,
Impact.

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DIVERSITY HEALTH CARE

Rakhee Sharma,
Research Scholar, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University, Jaipur

Abstract- Cultural diversity is increasing in the United States as increasing


numbers of minorities enter the United States from abroad, and cultural diversity
is especially prevalent in the health care workplace.
In fact the health care professions are particularly interested in the presence
of minorities among caregivers because this often enhances the Cultural
competence of care delivery. Never the less, subtle discrimination can still be found
and managers must be alert that such behavior is not tolerated.
Keywords Health care, System, Diversity Nurses, Healthcare administration,
managing and Challenges.

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A STUDY OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA AND
TATA MOTORS

Nidhi Shankar Singh1 , Dr. Mini Amit Arrawatia2


(PhD Scholar)1 , (Research Guide)2
Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University

Abstract:. The automobile sector of India is one of the largest sectors in the world with a
GNP (Gross National Product) of 23.96 million in FY (Financial Year) 201 1 -201 2. India as
country is also a prominent exporter country in the field of automobile. The Indian market
is trying to make India leader of two wheeler (2W) and four wheeler (4W) vehicles till the year
2020.
The first car was run on Indian road in year 1 897 when India was in condition to
import cars and that also in a very lesser amount or number. Around year 1 991 the opening
up of 1 00% FDI was automated for the automobile sectors of Indian market. The automobile
industry has grown up in past few years.
Profit plays the role of blood for the companies therefore there should be enough
profit for the firm to make the firm move on smoothly and efficiently lifelong.
Index terms: Financial performance, PBT ratio, sales percentage, profit percentage,
leverage ratio.

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A STUDY ON WORK LIFE BALANCE OF WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN EDUCATION SECTOR
OF UTTAR PRADESH

Meenakshi Maheshwari,
Research Scholar, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University, Jaipur

Abstract- The paper titled “A study on work life balance of women employees sector
ineducation sector of Uttar Pradesh”.Work-life Balance (WLB) is not a new concept. The
change in the pattern of work and the concept of the workplace after the industrial
revolution in the second half of the 1 8th century gave a new dimension to the concept of
WLB. With improved education and employment opportunities today, most homes are ones
in which both parents work because of the necessity and the desire to augment incomes.
The need to congenial conditions in which employees can balance work with their personal
desires became a factor that companies had to take note of both to retain them as well as to
improve productivity. However, it is not easy to find many references to Work-Life Balance
policies and issues in India. It is indeed hurting to see a majority of Indian companies still
wedded to the old style presenter‟s philosophy instead of offering managers opportunities to
strike a healthy Work-Life Balance. Work-life balance is about the interaction between paid
work and other activities, including unpaid work in families and the community, leisure,
and personal development.
Keywords- Work life balance, stress, self-development

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FEMALE PORTRAYAL IN MEDIA

Hemangini Ameta
Department of Mass Communication,
Jyoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University, Jaipur, India

Abstract: - Many influences on how we view men and women, media are the most pervasive
and one of the most powerful. Woven throughout our daily lives, media insinuate their
messages into our consciousness at every turn. All forms of media communicate images of
the sexes, many of which perpetuate unrealistic, stereotypical, and limiting perceptions.
Three themes describe how media represent gender. First, women are underrepresented,
which falsely implies that men are the cultural standard and women are unimportant or
invisible. Second, men and women are portrayed in stereotypical ways that reflect and
sustain socially endorsed views of gender. Third, depictions of relationships between men
and women emphasize traditional roles and normalize violence against women. We will
consider each of these themes in this section. A primary way in which media distort reality
is in under representing women. Whether it is prime-time television, in which there are
three times as many white men as women or children‟s programming, in which males
outnumber females by two to one, or newscasts, in which women make up 1 6% of news-
casters and in which stories about men are included 1 0 times more often than ones about
women, media misrepresent actual proportions of men and women in the population. This
constant distortion tempts us to believe that there really are more men than women and,
further, that men are the cultural standard.

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A STUDY OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN COMMERCIAL BANKS

Divya Jangid
Research Scholar- Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University
Abstract- Banking industry is one of the leading sector in today‟s scenario. It has been
and will always be a “people business”. Its effective management in the organization turns it
into a successful industry. For banking sector, the importance of Human Resource

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Management has grown to wider level because it has able to manage the people in industry
along with handling the financial and economic risks which is the foremost challenge faced
by any organization. Thus, the role of Human Resource Management has emerged. This
paper enlightened the functions and activities of HRM which organization adopt to manage
its employees and management
Keywords: HRM, Functions, Scope, Policies, Issues and Challenges.

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POWER PLANT USAGE OF NATURAL GAS AS CLEAN FUEL IN COMPARISON OF COAL

Anirudh Singh,
Research Scholar, Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women‟s University, Jaipur

Introduction - The factors are creating optimism in India‟s Natural gas sector. India as a
significant natural gas consumer Natural gas prices have fallen in recent years because of
the stagnant economy, weakened demand for electricity. This has led to reduction in coal-
fired electricity generation, with some of coal-fired generation being replaced by natural gas
fired generation. Low natural gas prices and static coal prices have created an opportunity
for power producers to switch from coal-fired to underutilized natural gas-fired power
plants. In addition, stringent environmental regulations will require many coal-fired units to
be closed. The selection of the most advantageous option is influenced by factors such as
performance, capital cost, operating cost and emission control requirements.

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PERCEPTION OF UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS TOWARDS STUDENT-
INITIATED TEACHING LEARNING TECHNIQUES: SYMPOSIUM & STUDENTS’ CORNER

Dr. Dnyaneshwar G Kurle


Associate Professor
Dept of Pharmacology & Therapeutics,
Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai 400012.
Email Id: dgkurle@yahoo.com

Abstract - Medical education has undergone a considerable change in the last few decades,
with more focus now on interactive techniques which are centered on students. We
conducted a study to evaluate perception of undergraduate medical students towards two
student-initiated teaching learning methods namely, symposium and students‟ corner. 180
second year MBBS students studying in Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai were divided in
to two groups: half of them were told to present symposium on different pharmacology
topics in front of their peers and other half were told to write short interesting articles or
puzzles on pre-allotted topics which were displayed on a dedicated notice board. Students
were free to approach teachers in case of any difficulty. At the end of the academic year,
perceptions of students were taken using a pre-validated questionnaire. Comparatively
more students favored symposium than students‟ corner for improved understanding
(77.4% vs 67.46%), acquiring knowledge helpful for clinical applications (73.14% vs.
59.28%) and overall satisfaction with the technique (74.58% vs 63.91%). Best qualities of
symposium mentioned were interactive nature, improved understanding, increased
confidence for public speaking etc and for students‟ corner, they were better understanding,
increased self learning, encouraged creativity etc. Few things were not appreciated like fast/
unclear speech, lack of doubt solving, irrelevant information etc for symposium and lack of
space, monotonous nature of activity, long articles etc. in case of students‟ corner activity.
Majority students (> 60%) said that these activities should be continued in the future.
Student initiated teaching learning methods can be helpful by promoting active
participation of students and also by allowing them to take more responsibility for their own
learning.

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