Volume 1, Issue 5

Volume 1, Issue 5

August, 2018

Article

1. FDI and NRI investments

NRI and FDI Investments are the key to drive Indian economy. Foreign investors relish low wages by investing hereby in India whereas, India gains a large scope of employment throughout the country in varying sectors. This leads to employment generation, silks development and technical growth of residential Indians.

Published by: VijayrajResearch Area: Law

Organisation: Indore Institute of Law, Indore, Madhya PradeshKeywords: NRI investment, Procedure power of attorney redemption, Tax liabilities introduction to FDI investments, Government initiatives sectors

Article

2. Research work on RBI and its credit control policy and instruments

The RBI most important goal is to maintain monetary stability - moderate and stable inflation in India. The RBI uses monetary policy to maintain price stability and an adequate flow of credit. Rates which the Indian central bank uses for this are the bank rate, repo rate, reverse repo rate and the cash reserve ratio. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) raised repo and reverse repo rates 13 times in the previous year. RBI also deregulated savings bank deposit rate with immediate effect. This step was taken to arrest rising inflation in Asia's third-largest economy. But this RBI's decision to hike short-term lending and borrowing rates could lead to higher interest rates and impact the growth momentum of the economy.

Published by: Shubham LonkarResearch Area: Corporate Finance

Organisation: Indore Institute of Law, Indore, Madhya PradeshKeywords: Monetary policy

Research Paper

3. Experiment on human body

The scientific age it has been increasingly realized that the path to knowledge is through carefully-controlled experimentation. Medicine must never, however, treat human beings. As objects, or as the means to achieving increased knowledge. Ultimately the goal of human evolution will be served by the willing collaboration of members of society in the advancement Of knowledge through carefully planned experimentation. As of now, however, many safeguards must be built into the System to ensure that no exploitation occurs. Experimenters are charged with the task of designing the most ingenious experiments, to give maximum information with a minimum of trauma and always to ensure the fully informed consent of the participants. Human experimentation also brings about many legal problems, which need law intervention. Among these problems, there are the ones that should be regulated by criminal law.

Published by: Shubham LonkarResearch Area: Health Law

Organisation: Indore Institute of Law, Indore, Madhya PradeshKeywords: Human body experiment, Legal problems, Criminal law

Research Paper

4. Experimental study of M20 grade concrete using packing density method

Packing density method of mix design of concrete is a new method to design different types of concrete. The mix design obtained from the packing density method has suitable workability, maximum packing density, and minimum voids ratio. The geometrical characteristics like shape, size, and proportion of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate affect packing density. The objective of this research is to study the mix design of concrete using a packing density method. In this work large number of trail to decide the proportion of aggregate for that optimum bulk density and packing density calculated for different varying proportion of 20 mm: 12.5 mm coarse aggregate (i.e. 90:10, 80:20, 70:30, 65:35, 60:40 and 50:50) and for varying proportion coarse aggregate : fine aggregate (i.e. 90:10, 80:20, 70:30, 60:40, 55:45 and 50:50). To finalize the mix design using packing density method also varies the percentage of excess cement paste (i.e. 5%, 7%, 9%, 10%, 11% and 12%). Tests were performed for the properties of fresh concrete like Workability test (Slump cone) and hard concrete like Compressive strength, split- tensile strength, Pull-out test and rebound hammer tests were determined at 7, 14 and 28 days. The obtained results for the above-mentioned test using packing density method are satisfying the standard results.

Published by: Walhekar Gaurav Pradip, Dr. M. R. WakchaureResearch Area: Concrete Technology

Organisation: Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Ghulewadi, MaharashtraKeywords: Bulk density, Packing density, Voids ratio, Excess of cement paste

Research Paper

5. Optimization of design parameters on shell and tube heat exchangers using flower pollination algorithm based on economic dispatch

In this paper, the main objective optimization on shell and tube heat exchanger is based on the total cost which includes operating cost as well as investment cost. The optimization is carried out using bat algorithm for the three case studies. Bats are the only mammals with wings and their behavior is based on the echolocation, which is useful for them to detect prey, avoid barriers, and locate their roosting crevices in the dark. The various design parameters presented are tube length, tube diameter, pitch size, baffle spacing, and a number of tubes. The results are analyzed and compared with previous literature. It is seen that the cost obtained from bat algorithm is normally equal with other algorithms. The objective of the paper is to optimize various dimensions of the shell and tube heat exchanger so as to get maximum heat transfer coefficient and minimum design cost as far as possible. The method used is Kern to find pressure drops and heat transfer coefficient.

Published by: Ranadip RoyResearch Area: Mechanical Optimization

Organisation: Sanaka Educational Trust's Group of Institutions, Durgapur, West BengalKeywords: Heat Exchanger, FPA

Review Paper

6. Daylight harvesting system for office building

Daylight represents a free source of illumination of building’s internal spaces. Tubular daylight devices (TDDs) are simple means of directing daylight (diffuse and direct light) into interior spaces and underground spaces. Many predict models of TDDs have been developed during the past years, but most of them were established based on only a few experimental results of TDDs with no generality. In this paper, a new mathematics model on the basis of daylight coefficient method for TDDs’ light transfer characteristic was presented, which makes it feasible to calculate the time series of efficiency of TDD, and an energy saving analysis of an underground garage using TDDs was introduced in this paper based on Beijing daylight climate data, from which the huge energy saving potential of TDD was clearly shown.

Published by: Shalaka Shashikant PatilResearch Area: Engineering And Technology

Organisation: Shri Prince Shivaji Maratha Boarding House's College of Architecture, Kolhapur, MaharashtraKeywords: Tubular daylight devices, Daylight coefficient, Energy saving analysis

Research Paper

7. Modified technique for brain MRI categorization using 3-DGPR method

Innovation in the medical field and advancement in technology for treating patients toward a healthy living and cure for their ailment is possible through successful researches by the efficient researchers. Good research has removed guess works from the medical field in recent days. Recently most research works are based on early detection of the brain tumor and its reliability. This paper is based on MRI brain tumor detection by segmentation using various soft computing techniques.

Published by: Ankita MadaanResearch Area: Image Processing

Organisation: Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala, PunjabKeywords: MRI brain tumor segmentation, Soft computing techniques, Innovation in medical field, Research in medical science, Detection of brain tumor, Brain scan technique, Biopsy, Radiation therapy, Chemotherapy

Research Paper

8. Application of particle swarm optimization in PID controller to improve the performance characteristics

This paper explores the potential of using soft computing methodologies in controllers and their advantages over conventional methods. PID controller, being the most widely used controller in industrial applications, needs efficient methods to control the different parameters of the plant. The main focus of this work is on the controller to obtain good output frequency responses. The application of PID controller imparts it the ability of tuning itself automatically in an on-line process while the application. The PSO is implemented to improve the performance characteristics.

Published by: Ranadip Roy, Avishek DeyResearch Area: Electrical Engineering

Organisation: Sanaka Educational Trust's Group of Institutions, Durgapur, West BengalKeywords: LFC, ALFC, PID, FLC

Review Paper

9. The use of contemporary methods in helping to resolve housing deficit

This report is about how modern methods of construction can be used to build good quality homes more quickly and efficiently. The objective of this paper is to achieve the modern aspects of the modern construction throughout the world and to aware the people of the modern construction technology so as to save time, money, resources and energy. The research is to develop a detailed study of the current level of use of modern construction technology and market size in different constructions like load bearing r.c.c wall with aluminum formwork technology, glass fibre reinforced gypsum load bearing (gfrg) panels for affordable housing. The aim of the report is to make the construction market aware of the modern construction technology and to know benefits and methods so as provide greater efficiency in the construction process, resulting in increased production, better quality in less time and with less waste so reducing the environmental impact on the earth.

Published by: Parvathy RaviResearch Area: Engineering And Technology

Organisation: SPSMBH's College of Architecture, Kolhapur, MaharashtraKeywords: Modern methods of construction, Speedy construction techniques

Review Paper

10. A review paper on Power Quality improvement using UPQC

The extensive application of power electronic devices induces harmonics in the utility system which generates problems related to the quality of power delivered. Good Power Quality is immensely important for both industrial and domestic sectors. Researchers have tried and implemented much useful technology for removing all the voltage and current related harmonic occurrence problems which in turn improves the quality of power delivered to the customers. In general, these devices are classified as custom power devices UPQC is one such device which is capable of improving power quality by eliminating source as well as load harmonics. This paper presents a review on power quality improvement by employing Unified Power Quality Conditioner.

Published by: Pappu Kumar, Preeti GuptaResearch Area: Power Quality Improvement

Organisation: Oriental College of Technology, Bhopal, Madhya PradeshKeywords: Unified power quality conditioner (UPQC), Power quality, power electronic converters, dual control strategy, harmonic compensation, voltage sag and swell compensation.

Review Paper

11. Hindu Muslim relationship in India

The connexion between Hindus and Muslims is typically written off as conflict, deeply rooted and flawed concept followed by former British colony of India to separate Hindu and Muslim states. The migration of thousands religious group led to violence.

Published by: LuvyResearch Area: Religion, Politics & Society

Organisation: Femonomic, New Delhi, DelhiKeywords: Inter-religion politics, Polarisation, Indian politics, Hindu-Muslim relationship

Research Paper

12. Hydroponics v/s Geoponics

Since the advent of the civilization, the open field method of farming has been used for agriculture. In a country like India where agriculture yields about 23% of the GDP employing 59% (FAO 2018) of the total workforce, it is of significant importance that the farming techniques should be more up to date and that the country should take a stance on this serious issue. Day in and day out sustainability issues in land-based farming have been arising either due to poor harvest or because of insufficient profits caused by the lack of agricultural marketing. In such an environment, the paper thus explores hydroponics (a new farming technique) that can be implemented instead of geoponics (the traditional soil-based farming method).

Published by: Adwitiya GoenkaResearch Area: Agricultural Economics and Business

Organisation: Jayshree Periwal International School, Mahapura, RajasthanKeywords: Agriculture, Hydroponics, Geoponics, Future farming, Sustainability

Research Paper

13. Attitudes of collegiate students towards the status of government colleges of general courses in Imphal districts, Manipur

The system of higher education in Manipur particularly in collegiate courses of General Studies in the context of the present scenario is in deteriorating condition. This sense of alarming in the state is due to various administrative, political, psychological, socio-cultural, economic, law and order situations of the state. There is a special need to draw attention in regards to the attitudes of the College students which have been changing day by day, otherwise, there will be a complete downfall in the collegiate education system after a few academic years. The present paper is taken up to serve little benefit to the authorities, principals, students, parents and other state holders particularly the government in order to take up necessary measures, policies and programmes for the promotion of collegiate education considering its Equity, Expansion, and Excellence (3E’s).

Published by: Ng. Khosirngak MoyonResearch Area: Education

Organisation: South East Manipur College, Komlathabi, ManipurKeywords: Education, Attitudes of collegiate students, government colleges, General course

Research Paper

14. Identifying difference in perception of academic stress and reaction to stress among engineering college students with special reference to Chennai city

Academic stress is mental distress with respect to some anticipated frustration associated with academic failure or even unawareness to the possibility of such failure. Students have to face many academic demands, for example, examination, answering questions in the class, showing progress in school subjects. The adverse effects on Health related to stress are enormous and it varies among each individual, probably because of differences in how stress is appraised and the effective strategies individuals use to cope with it. Stress is termed as a common element in life regardless of race or cultural background. The Emotional and physical ways in which an individual respond to pressure can cause mental and physical symptoms. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship exists between Academic Stressors & Reaction to stress among college students. The sample comprises of 190 engineering college students. Data were collected through Structured Questionnaire. Students Life Stress Inventory (SLSI) Gadzella, 2004 were the instrument used to measure the stressors & Reaction to stress. The Findings of the study revealed the highest group of stressors experienced by college students were ‘pressure’ followed by ‘Self Imposed’. The study reveals a negative correlation existed between Cognitive responses of the college students. Effective Stress Management Programme and Counseling session would be helpful to reduce the stress experienced by students.

Published by: S. SharmilaResearch Area: Management

Organisation: Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Academic stress, Academic performance

Research Paper

15. The relationship between work-life conflict and turnover intention among employees in private service sector organizations, Chennai

"Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun while ignoring the crux of the matter: people don't leave jobs; they leave managers”. Travis Bradberry The present study aims at exploring the relationship between work-life conflict and turnover intention among private sector employees. Work-life conflict is a state where the role pressure from one domain is conflicting and restricts an individual to perform his responsibilities in another domain. Work-life conflict is a trending issue and plays a vital role in employee’s performance and eventually related to organizational performance. When the role pressure increases individual’s are unable to balance the situation and hence result in turnover. Hence organization loses its most valuable Human resources. The study uses primary data collected through structured questionnaire and collected data are analysed using SPSS. Statistical test such as descriptive and regression analysis are used to test the hypotheses. The results of the study proved that there is a positive but insignificant relationship between work-family conflict (WFC), family-work conflict (FWC) and turnover intention of employees.

Published by: Saranya SResearch Area: Management

Organisation: Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Work-family conflict, Family-work conflict, Turnover intention, Employee

Research Paper

16. Ethnographic account of the Tarao Nagas with reference to their origin and migration

Ethnography provides a scientific description of individual human societies from the unique perspective of individual human societies from a unique perspective that of the subject. The word literally means `writing about people groups`1. The topic of the present study is entitled as the ethnographic account of Tarao Naga, a tiny tribe of Manipur- basing on the historical review covering an area – origin and migration. The Tarao is one of the smallest Naga tribe of Manipur, least known and mostly ignored by the government, this tribe are not much mentioned in the long history of the state. Every land and people whether small or big have their own and unique ways of growing towards the civilization. The tribe had, however, an indigenous identity since time immemorial and yet till the dawn of the inhabitant of the Manipur state. Through the study of this their mythology and culture, one can clearly understand various unexplored lesson from them. The cultural heritage is disappearing day by day due to the influence of westernization on the traditional values system. The fear is that will there be traditional value to keep the Tarao identity intact.

Published by: Shanoi Moses Tarao, Dr. L. KhiloniResearch Area: Anthropology

Organisation: South East Manipur College, Komlathabi, ManipurKeywords: Ethnography, Unique, Tarao, Smallest, Unexplored, Heritage, Influence

Case Study

17. Mandibular kennedy class III cast partial denture still a choice: A case report

Prosthetic rehabilitation in case of partially edentulism patient should be planned after a complete evaluation of the patient’s cooperation regarding recall system, oral hygiene maintenance, plaque index, brushing frequency, periodontal status, caries susceptibility, economic and education status. In order to get patient’s satisfactory prognosis, we can also overlook some extensive and expensive procedures like implants and move towards simpler and low-cost treatment like removable partial dentures.

Published by: Dr. Nancy Raj, Dr. Ritu SanejaResearch Area: Prosthodontics

Organisation: Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar PradeshKeywords: Cast partial dentures, Implants, Fixed bridges