Volume 1, Issue 6

Volume 1, Issue 6

September, 2018

Research Paper

1. The harassment at workplace: To prevention methods influenced by organizational culture

My research paper is purely depended on conceptual and assuming grievance for harassment in a workplace the harassment included ladies and gentlemen under different circumstances and environment. Harassment is not just physical or psychological as well. By finding, different perceptions of pupils at the workplace are made harassment is the caused to happen. Harassments, in general constraints, influenced by environment, physical and psychological problems, food habits, the technology available and associated social media and network of circumstances available to the harasser. Limitations are to collect information from various research papers. Analyzing all research paper with various constraints; Suggested to voice open against harassment by affected person to getting success for grievance on harassments'. The prevention methods are helping society.

Published by: Mannava Sumaja, Yaddula ChitrarekhaResearch Area: Human Resource Managemnet

Organisation: Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, KL University, Guntur, Andhra PradeshKeywords: Harassments, Social network, Food habits and jealousy, Economic conditions, Grievance, Laws, Helping society

Dissertations

2. Indian public enterprises still lack ERP: A schematic analysis to implement ERP strategically

In the evolving era of technological advancement, technology has come a far way in the past couple of centuries. Now technology has become a part of everyone’s life, not only in people’s personal life but also to the business enterprises. Especially, considering IT (Information Technology) segment, its advancement has been a beneficiary in every sector of the business enterprise. It’s pretty challenging for the IT industry to develop software and solve problems related to management issues and are successful in providing a solution to it. In the past decade, the information systems (IS) has evolved from a discrete system like FAS, HRMS, MIS, etc. to an integrated system approach by introducing ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). ERP is one of the Current advanced IS prominently used in business form medium to large scale industry/enterprises. Still in India, especially in public enterprises, the implementation of EPR is a challenge. This paper serves the purpose in discussing the current Indian scenario of ERP in public enterprises, which provides a clarification on Advantages in implementing ERP, its limitations, problems and how to overcome it and thereby concluding if the ERP is necessary for the public enterprise to run in its full potential.

Published by: Dr. G. Balamurugan, I. Praveen KumarResearch Area: Management

Organisation: University College of Engineering (AU-Bit), Tiruchirappalli, Tamil NaduKeywords: HRMS, FAS, MIS, Integrated systems, Information systems

Research Paper

3. Exhaust heat utilization for distillation of water

The current worldwide trends of increasing energy demand in the transportation sector are one of the many segments that are responsible for the growing share of fossil fuel usage and indirectly contribute to the release of harmful greenhouse gas emissions. In addition to contributing to the goal of saving energy, utilization of waste heat is also an important source of cost savings. It’s the fact that almost 70 % of the energy released from the fuel by an engine is lost, mostly in the form of heat. There is approximate 25–30% of the energy engines generate dissipating in the form of exhaust loss energy. Even high-efficiency modern engines have only 25 ~ 50% thermal efficiency and the remaining 50 ~ 85% of low heating values of the fuel are dissipating into the environment as a form of heat transfer and exhaust gas enthalpy. If the exhaust gas enters into surroundings directly, it will not only waste energy but also damage the environment. So, the effort has been made here to recover the waste heat from the static Internal Combustion engine to get distilled water.

Published by: Jayaram A SResearch Area: Thermal

Organisation: Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore, KarnatakaKeywords: Exhaust, Heat, Engine, Water, Distillation

Review Paper

4. Achieving visual comfort through solatube daylighting devices in office buildings

This project sought to develop commercially available direct/indirect tubular daylighting device diffuser options that significantly reduce direct glare from the diffuser surface. Reducing glare would allow this cost‐effective daylighting solution to offer the visual comfort desired by both building occupants and lighting professionals to meet the requirements of many lighting applications. More widespread adoption of tubular daylighting devices would contribute to the larger goal of reducing lighting energy consumption and peak electricity demand.

Published by: Shalaka Shashikant PatilResearch Area: Engineering And Technology

Organisation: Shri Prince Shivaji Maratha Boarding House's College of Architecture, Kolhapur, MaharashtraKeywords: Solatube, Daylighting, Glare, Tubular daylight devices

Research Paper

5. Effect of partial replacement of GGBS slag as fine aggregate and fly ash as cement on strength of concrete

This paper aims to study experimentally, the effect of partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag (ss), on the various strength and durability properties of concrete by using the mix designs .the optimum percentage of replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag is found. Workability of concrete gradually decreases, as the percentage of replacement increases which is found using slump test. Compressive strength, tensile strength, flexural strength and durability tests such as acid resistant’s, using HCL, H2SO4 and rapid chloride penetration, are experimentally investigated. The results indicate that for conventional concrete, partial replacement of concrete by steel slag improves the compressive, tensile, flexural strength. The mass loss in cubes after immersion in acids is found to be very low. Deflection in the RCC beams gradually increases, as the load on the beam increases, for the replacement. The degree of fluoride ion penetrability is assessed based on the limits given in ASTM C 1202. The viability of the use of steel slag in concrete is found. Waste management is one of the most common and challenging problems in the world. The steelmaking industry has generated substantially solid waste. Steel slag is a residue obtained in steelmaking operation. This paper deals with the implementation of steel slag as an effective replacement for sand. Steel slag, which is considered as the solid waste pollutant, can be used for road construction, clinker raw materials, filling materials etc. In this work, steel slag used as a replacement for sand, which is also a major component concrete mixture. This method can be implemented for producing hollow blocks, solid blocks, paver blocks, concrete structures etc. Accordingly, advantages can be achieved by using steel slag instead of natural aggregates this will also encourage other researchers to find another field of using steel slag.

Published by: Deepak S MhatreResearch Area: Concrete

Organisation: B R Harne College of Engineering and Technology, University of Mumbai, Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: GGBF slag, Replacement, Durability, Rapid chloride permeability

Research Paper

6. Constitutional protection in health law

This research work is related to “constitutional protection in health law” in which researcher want to drag your attention towards the provision given in constitution which protect health. In the constitution, there is no direct provision for the right to health but it is included with the right to life article 21 of the constitution. A directive principle of state policy also given in constitution which direct state to protect and secure the health. In health law, there is huge role played by the Indian judiciary and many landmark judgment given to secure and protect the right to health which is included in the right to a dignified life.

Published by: Neha SinghResearch Area: Law

Organisation: Indore Institute of Law, Indore, Madhya PradeshKeywords: Right to health, Constitution and health, Relation of health law and Constitution, Right to life, Right to health

Research Paper

7. Comparison of personality status between sedentary girls and girls regularly taking part in karate

The term martial art is derived from Latin and means "arts of Mars", the Roman god of war. Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practices, which are practiced for a variety of reasons: self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, entertainment, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual development. Martial art is mainly based on hand fighting with the forms of martial art skills and battle. It includes moves such as kicking, beating, falling and catching. Most of the above motor skills are directly related with physical fitness, depend upon physical fitness and helps in the development and nurturing of Physical fitness. Apart from its impact on physical health and fitness martial art has a wide range of positive consequence on the mental aspect. According to research findings there is a positive correlation between length of time practicing or belt rank and self-confidence (Duthie et al., 1978; Konzak and Bourdeau, 1984), independence, self-reliance (Konzak and Bourdeau, 1984; Kurian et al., 1994), and self-esteem (Richman and Rehberg, 1986). In this study, the scholar premeditated to explore the difference of personality status between sedentary girls and girls regularly taking part in karate. To accomplish the study the author accumulated 57 girls from different karate training centers of West Bengal and 52 sedentary girls from different schools as subjects of the study. She used the Big Five Inventory (BFI) questionnaire for assessment of personal status and standard statistical procedures for data analysis. It is revealed through data analysis that the girls regularly performing martial art are better than the sedentary girls with regard to the personality factors.

Published by: Dr. Saikot Chatterjee, Chaina Biswas, Jiaul ShaikhResearch Area: Fitness And Sport

Organisation: University of Kalyani, Kalyani, West BengalKeywords: Martial art, Impact, Behaviour pattern

Research Paper

8. Comparison of motor fitness between sedentary girls and girls regularly involved in Karate training

The concept of martial art is the base for people to recognize and study a martial art. In long history, descriptions on the concept of martial art in different stages are different. The content and relation will be developed and changed with society and martial art. In history, there are many names associated with martial art. In the periods of Spring & Autumn and the Warring States, there was “attack and defense” skill; in Han Dynasty, there is the term “martial art” which was further used at the end of Ming Dynasty. In early Ching Dynasty, the term “martial art” in “Yang Pi martial art” (military affairs) in Literary Collection in Nan Dynasty is used; it was called “Chinese martial art” in the years of Republic of China: the term “martial art” is used after the foundation of New China. Physical education of martial art significantly changes the content, form and training measures of martial art. It shows that the essential concepts of the things keep changing. Nowadays, the basic definition of martial art is below: martial art is mainly based on hand fighting with the forms of martial art skills and battle. It values internal and external study and is the item of Chinese traditional physical education. It includes moves such as kicking, beating, falling and catching. Most of the above motor skills are directly related with physical fitness, depend upon physical fitness and helps in the development and nurturing of Physical fitness. In addition, martial art is one category of sports. It is significantly different from practical fighting techniques which will hurt people. Although martial art includes rich skills, it aims to enhance people’s physical quality and defense capability in practice. The scholar designed her study in a cross-sectional fashion collected data from 30 subjects of each group, sedentary and Karate computed statistical calculations and arrived at the conclusion that the girls regularly involved in Karate training are significantly better than their sedentary counterpart in all the fitness variables incorporated in the study.

Published by: Dr. Saikot Chatterjee, Chaina Biswas, Jiaul ShaikhResearch Area: Fitness And Sport

Organisation: University of Kalyani, Kalyani, West BengalKeywords: Fitness, sedentary, Martial art