Mrs. Kalpana R. Thakare1, Mr. Sarang Pathak2 Ms. NupurBhadra3
Conservation Management Strategy for Water Resource Sustainability in Campus
Mrs. Kalpana R. Thakare1, Mr. Sarang Pathak2 Ms. NupurBhadra3
Sustainability as a matter of fact has been an integral part of every step towards development of a town. Historical towns have developed in integration with sustainability when reviewed. Water Resource sustainability with its usage for habitation has been going critical day by day, where as availability of water is not at all a problem at most of the places and times. In campus planning sustainability in usage of water has observed a long way. There are some developments in town observed with leading approach to sustainability to make others to follow it. Authors have made an attempt to describe the water usage conservation management strategy at the educational institution campus analyzing the sustainability achievement during its usage. For that the authors have studie done such institutional campus in Nagpur District along with the residential facilities where water re source management was a challenge. It witnesses the thoughtful working on water sustainability aspects viz. reduce, reuse and recycle. The discipline of natural environment has inspired them to go in order definitely achieving the water resource sustainability.
ICT is a wide-ranging term which consists of all communication devices and applications, comprising: televisions, radios, computers, cellular phones and satellite systems, network hardware and software and etc., as well as the various applications and services allied with them, such as the Internet, broadcasting technologies, E-Learning systems, videoconferencing, virtual classes, E-meetings, E-collaborations and distance learning. During the past few years, the India has witnessed a phenomenal growth in communication technology, computer network and information technology. Improvement of new broadband communication services and convergence of telecommunication with computers have created numerous possibilities to use a variety of new technologies and tools for teaching and learning system. The integration of computers and communications offers unprecedented opportunities to the Higher Education Systems with its capacity to integrate enhance and interact with each other over a wide geographic distance in a meaningful way to achieve the learning objectives. ICT can be used as acre or a complementary means to the teacher training process.
Analyse Forces Developed In Grinding Operation Of Bearing Races & Validate Spindle Used To Deliver Process Requirements
Devendra kumar Patel, Diplesh Gautam
Forces developed in grinding process are non-linear in nature, due to this non-linear functionality of forces vibration generates in spindles as well as whole machine. Spindle chosen for a particular operation is a very tedious job. The present research work was carried out to study to reduce the machine vibrations to minimum level so that production rates will be high with minimum cycle time.
Inter-Regional Disparities with Multi-Dimensional Aspect in India
The study explains the disparities with multi-dimensional aspects in India. Some of its major dimensions include: The level of economic growth, level of education, level of health services, status of women, level of nutrition, etc., the disparities almost exist in all aspects which mentioned above numerous measures have undertaken to reduce the disparities but still it wide in India.
Contraception is essential in a developing country like India. Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices (IUCDs) are amongst the most frequently used methods of contraception. The patients with misplaced IUCDs may present with pregnancies or ‘lost strings’ or they may remain asymptomatic.
Background: Cervical cancer presents as major cause of morbidity and mortality especially in developing countries like India. Various screening programs are implemented for its early detection and treatment, which makes it imperative to have a reliable screening investigation for wider application.
Objective : TO evaluate the role of Colposcopy and Pap smear and compare their efficacy for diagnosis of preinvasive cervical lesions.
Material and Methods : This hospital based prospective study was conducted in SMS Medical College, Jaipur in 35 patients from 2013 to 2014. All patient subjected to Pap smear and Colposcopy. The sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy were calculated for Pap smear and Colposcopy.
Results : sensitivity of colposcopy was 88%% and specificity was 70%, while Sensitivity of conventional pap smear (Bethesda system)60%,Specificity 84%.colposcopy use as screening method has higher chance of detecting precancerous lesions.
Conclusion : colposcopy is useful as better screening method in compare with conventional pap smear detecting premalignant and malignant lesions of the cervix.
Research on Male Adolescent School Dropout and Its Influence on Society Aged between 14 and 18 Years
Flrence Wamahiga Githuthu
Even though school completion rates have continually grown during much of past 100 years, dropping out of school persists as a problem that interferes with educational system efficiency and the most straightforward and satisfying route to individual educational goals for young people.
Young people drop out of school for various reasons, necessities, or disillusionment with the system from which the individual in question leaves. This is according to Bill and Melinda (2013)
The Influence of Career Developments to The Work Motivation of Employees of Health Polytechnic of Surabaya
Mamik1, Murtini2, Siti Surasri 3
The purposes of this study are to analyze and to examine the influence of education, training, promotion, and mutation at Health Polytechnic of Surabaya to employees work motivation. The data collecting method is the field observation, by distributing questionnaires and interviewing 203 employees as samples. Then, the data was processed and analyzed by using Multiple Linear Regression Analysis method.By F-test, it can be concluded that education, training, promotion, and mutation simultaneously influence employees work motivation. By T-test, each independent variable, i.e. education, training, promotion, and mutation, has partial influence to employees work motivation. Also, promotion is a dominant variable for employees work motivation.
Design & Simulationof R Slotted Patch Antenna with EBG Substrates
Raman1, Ajay Sharma2
This paper presents the design and simulation of rectangular& circular with EBG substrate using High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS).The two different configurations of broadband microstrip patch antenna, multistackedrectangular patch antenna &multistackedcircular patch antenna are analyzed. Return Loss & Gain are performance parameter. The substrate used in these two configurations is RT Duroid having dielectric constant 2.2.The result calculated is return loss of rectangular patch & circular patch with EBG substrates are -13.98 db & -43.4437 db and gain of rectangular patch &circular patch with EBG substrates are 5.7478 db& 10.4954 db respectively
Character Recognition (CR) has been an active area of research and due to its diverse applicable environment; it continues to be a challenging research topic. In this paper, we focus specially on off-line recognition of handwritten English words. The main approaches for off-line cursive word recognition can be divided into segmentation-based and holistic one. The holistic approach is used in recognition of limited size vocabulary where global features, extracted from the entire word image are considered. As the size of the vocabulary increases, the complexity of algorithms also increases linearly due to the need for a larger search space and a more complex pattern representation. Additionally, the recognition rates decrease rapidly due to the decrease in interclass variances in the feature space. The segmentation based strategies, on the other hand, employ bottom-up approaches, starting from stroke or character level and going towards producing a meaningful text. With the cooperation of segmentation stage, the problem is reduced to the recognition of simple isolated characters or strokes, which can be handled for unlimited vocabulary
A Novel Neural Network Approach for Image Compression & Decompression
An image consists of large data and requires more space in the memory. The large data results in more transmission time from transmitter to receiver. The time consumption can be reduced by using data compression techniques. In this technique, it is possible to eliminate the redundant data contained in an image. The compressed image requires less memory space and less time to transmit in the form of information from transmitter to receiver. Artificial neural network with feed forward back propagation technique can be used for image compression. In this paper, the Bipolar Coding Technique and Levenberg-Marquardt (LM) algorithms are proposed and implemented for image compression and obtained the better results as compared to Principal Component Analysis (PCA) technique. It is observed that the Bipolar Coding and LM algorithm suits the best for image compression and processing applications
It is widely accepted that education is an important instrument of social transformation and economic development of the country (Caldwell, Reddy and Caldwell, 1985, Tilak, 2003). Education increases awareness of the society and weakens the social hierarchy which is considered as the main cause of discrimination across social groups in the society. Further, education also reduces economic inequality as earnings and education has a positive relationship. In addition to this, the strong linkages between the educational attainments of population and the economic growth of the country are widely recognized in the literature (Tilak, 2003; Jha, Das, Mohanty and Jha, 2008).
Software reliability is about to define the stability or the life of software system with different properties. These properties include the trustfulness of software system, software cost, execution time, software stability etc. The aspects related to these software system includes the probability of software faults, frequency of fault occurrence, criticality of fault, associated module with respective fault etc. In a software development process, the pre estimation of software reliability is required to deliver the software product. According to the required level of software quality estimation of software cost, development time is also estimated. There are number of quality measure that approves the software reliability. Each stage of software life cycle itself takes some time quantum to deal with software reliability. Higher the software quality, lesser the software maintainability. This paper presents a review on the software reliability models.
HeNa1, XiaZhengfeng2, ZhongWei1, N.Sh.chen3, ZengMei4 , ChenRong3, He Yuxiao1
Experimental Study of Critical Rainfall of the Aizi Gully Baihetan Hydropower Station Near-Zone Area
HeNa1, XiaZhengfeng2, ZhongWei1, N.Sh.chen3, ZengMei4 , ChenRong3, He Yuxiao1
At dawn of 28 June 2012, a catastrophic debris flow occurred in Aizi gully near Baihetan hydropower station, resulting in 40 people dead or missing. In addition, the debris flow blocked the main transportation route of Baihetan hydropower station and severely affected the construction progress. After the catastrophic debris flow event, detailed field investigations were conducted. By means of the field investigation, the corresponding catchment parameters that prominently affected the process of debris flow formation were acquired, including the volume and distribution of loose solid materials in the source area, meteorological conditions, topography and landforms, etc. On the basis of field investigations, we predicted that Aizi gully still satisfies debris flows initiation conditions and poses a great possibility for debris flow breakout in the future. Therefore, sufficient accurate prediction and forecasting are the precondition for disaster mitigation and siting mitigation structures in Aizi gully. At present, critical rainfall plays a key role in debris flows prediction. Thus, the main objective of this paper is to obtain the critical rainfall of Aizi gully. An in-situ artificial rainfall experiments were conducted in Aizi gully catchment, and by means of analyzing the experimental results (rainfall, pore water pressure and moisture content) and comprehensively considering the local rainfall conditions, the critical rainfall and pore water pressure of Aizi gully is acquired. The critical rainfall is 32.92mm/24h (accumulative rainfall). On the basis of this threshold, an early warning system can be established in Aizi gully catchment. Thus in turn, the warning information can be released in a timely and accurate way and can reduce the threat caused by debris flow disasters. At the same time, the safety of the construction processes of Baihetan hydropower station can be guaranteed
Supply Chain Optimization approaches and Market Demand Analysis of Petroleum Industry: A Case Study of ONGC
Chandan Kumar Jha
Problem discussion: Supply chain management plays very important role in petroleum industry to solve many problems like long lead time, transportation problem, operational management issue, supplier selection problem and service satisfaction at the different level. In this thesis the main focus is on finding options for optimization of the supply chain management in petroleum industries.
Purpose: To study supply chain management in the petroleum industry and finding options for optimizing the supply chain in the petroleum industry by literature review and investigate previous literatures.
Method: In this thesis ONGC Limited (headquartered in Dehradun, India) is taken consider for the case study. Qualitative research technique is implemented in this research. Primary data is collected via cell phone by communicating with organization’s employee and secondary data is taken from various research articles and books to make the theoretical frame of reference for the thesis.
Scope of the study: The scope of this thesis is limited to the supply chain management optimization in the petroleum industry.
Conclusion: Supply chain management Optimization is recognized as the main tool for the petroleum industries to achieve aggressive success in global competitive market. Analyzing ONGC Limited gives a realistic approach that how to optimize and manage its supply chain efficiently and effectively. The planning process, Information technology, marketing management and integrated operation management are the main strength of supply chain optimization
Background : Analyze resources in the management of solid medical waste include : Human Resources (quality and quantity), costs, facilities, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), operational technique, output of solid medical waste management at hospital. Analyze phases of solid medical waste management process includes : a source of waste, minimization, segregation, collection, transportation, temporary storage, processing and final disposal.
Methods : This is a evaluation research which describe medical solid waste management system.
Result :Analyze the results of medical solid waste management include : the conditions in temporary storage and the final disposal. Minimization stages acquire good category with score 86,11%, segregation stages acquire sufficient category with score 67,33%, collecting stages acquire good category with score 88,89%, transportation stages acquire good category with score 84,72%, temporary storage stages acquire sufficient category with score 75,40%, processing stages acquire sufficient category with score 58,33% and final disposal stages acquire sufficient category with score 70,63%.
Conclusion : For human resources in the management of solid medical waste in hospitals Prof. Dr. Z. W. Johannes Kupang, sanitary installations officers have not been trained in the management of solid medical waste hospitals, infrastructure is still lacking, socialization SOP related waste management is still lacking. TPS condition in a permanent housing is open, so no unauthorized parties can enter and not free from vermin. No incidence of occupational accidents resulting solid medical waste includes physical injury
Design of Compressor less Solar Powered Refrigerator
The thermoelectric effect has been proven as a source of cooling and small power generation as defined by the Peltier-Seebeck effect. Thermoelectric modules, optimized by semiconductors, have been used for temperature regulation by operating as a heat pump to maintain computing devices and integrated circuits at optimum temperatures for improved processing efficiency. Thermoelectric modules have also been used to capture microwatt electrical power from personal computing and other small scale devices by way of utilizing the waste heat rejected through its heat sink. In modern data centers and server farms, water cooling of electronics has been widely adapted as a more efficient cooling method than standard air conditioning and ventilation systems due to its vastly larger thermal capacity. However, even high density electronics cabinets and processing units are low level heat applications unfit for waste heat recovery by standard thermodynamics cycles and heat pumps. When applying the thermoelectric effect to the temperature difference between the heat source of the processing electronics and the heat sink of a water cooling system, potential exists for practical and economic energy recovery.
This study demonstrates the feasibility of waste energy recovery from high power density electronics in data centers and server farms by way of the practical and economic application of thermoelectricity. An overview of thermoelectricity and the thermoelectric effect is given, including a review of semiconductor materials and electronics cabinet cooling techniques. This report describes an investigation into the efficiency of applying thermoelectricity to low temperature waste heat situations. Conclusions are presented concerning the effectiveness of this application towards waste heat utilization for power recovery.
Design & Simulation of Fractal Antenna for Wi-Max Operation
Shilpa Jain * BinayBinod**
A metamaterial-based novel compact microstrip antenna is presented for Wi-Max applications. The antenna consists of a layer of metamaterial made by etching a crossed-shaped slots, on the the ground plane, respectively. The shunt inductance developed due to the patterned ground plane lead to the left-handed behaviour of the metamaterial. The proposed antenna has a compact size of 45.4 × 31.6 × 1.6 and is fed by a 50 Ω microstrip line. Radiating patch is fractal antenna of star shape with 6mm side length. The impedance bandwidth (−10 dB) is from 3 GHz to more than 14 GHz with maximum radiation in the horizontal plane and tends towards a directional pattern as the frequency increases. Maximum gain 15.8533db obtained from fractal antenna.