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  Paper Title: LAI NATION IN THE MAKING

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  Title: LAI NATION IN THE MAKING

  Author Name(s): Prof. L.H.Chhuanawma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1792-1815

 Year: October 2020

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Lai, or Lais are a nationality presently inhabiting the Chin State and other parts of Myanmar, the state of Mizoram and parts of Manipur (India), and Chittagong Division of Bangladesh. Besides the self-appellation Lai, they are also known as Chin in Myanmar, and Pawi in India. The available historical accounts of the Lai at the time of the advent of the British in the Chin-Luhsai-Kuki land towards the end of the 19th century clearly point to the hypothesis that the Lai were a nation that was in the making.


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  Paper Title: A LITERATURE REVIEW OF PRAJASTHAPANA MAHAKASHAYA AND VANDHYATVA

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  Title: A LITERATURE REVIEW OF PRAJASTHAPANA MAHAKASHAYA AND VANDHYATVA

  Author Name(s): Dr.Anuja Abhaykumar Kulkarni, Dr.Vinaya Babasaheb Shetti

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1780-1791

 Year: October 2020

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Infertility is defined as failure to conceive within one or more years of unprotected coitus. While in Ayurveda, vandhyatva is failure to achieve a child rather than pregnancy as Garbha Strav (Repeated abortions) & Mrutvatsa (Repeated still births) are also included in types of infertility. Acharya Charaka has a unique drug classification according to its action known as Charakokta Mahakashaya. Prajasthapan Mahakashaya is amongst it. The drugs in Prajasthapan Mahakashaya has active principles which acts as fertility modulator. Many conditions can cause disturbance of Garbhpotpadak Samagris which are the basic factors in Garbhotpatti that is Rutu (fertile period), Kshetra (healthy reproductive system), Ambu (nutrition for the foetus) and Beej (ovum). Prajasthapan Dravyas acts on all these four factors with their special properties and shows miraculous effects in female infertility. Prajasthapan Mahakashaya includes 10 herbs as- Brahmi, Aindri, Shatavari, Doorva, Patala, Guduchi, Haritaki, Kutaki, Bala, and Priyangu having some specific actions called as Prabhava. Drugs in this Kashaya helps to remove Doshas from female reproductive system, improves strength and promotes conception. It also has Rasayana properties through which it improves qualities of Dhatus and improves rejuvenation. We can use this Kashaya in all conditions involving obstruction in the path of conception and leads excellence in progeny. This is a literary study based on review of Prajasthapan Mahakashaya and female infertility.


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  Paper Title: CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AND THE SHOPPING MALLS: BUILDING THE POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

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  Title: CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AND THE SHOPPING MALLS: BUILDING THE POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

  Author Name(s): Kajal Sharma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1775-1779

 Year: October 2020

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Shopping today is much more than buying, it is a whole experience in itself. But with the outbreak of Covid-19, everything has come to a halt. Even the GDP of the country has been affected by this virulent disease. The pandemic has almost locked up everything. But with time and recovery, the economy has started to revive and so do the shopping malls. People has started moving out. The present paper focuses on the effect of pandemic on the shopping malls. It seeks to answer the following questions like, How the consumer�s behavior has been affected by the pandemic. What are the measures taken by the government post pandemic? What are the way forwards to attract more footfalls in the malls? Some reports have also been mentioned in the paper to comprehend the situation and find solutions to it.


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Consumer behavior, Covid-19, Shopping, Malls, Pandemic.

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  Paper Title: FINANCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH PRADHAN MANTRI JAN DHAN YOJANA WITH RESPECT TO REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

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  Title: FINANCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH PRADHAN MANTRI JAN DHAN YOJANA WITH RESPECT TO REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

  Author Name(s): Dr. Munna Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1769-1774

 Year: October 2020

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Financial Inclusion in one of the emerging aspects in the socio- economic development of the country. Pradhan mantri jan Dhan Yojana scheme is national priority of every Indian citizen can easily open bank account.


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RuPay Debit Card, Financial Inclusion, PMJDY, RRB, People Money Scheme, Weaker Section.

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  Paper Title: OVERVIEW ON DIFFERENT ORGANIC NANOMATERIALS IN MEDICAL FIELD

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  Title: OVERVIEW ON DIFFERENT ORGANIC NANOMATERIALS IN MEDICAL FIELD

  Author Name(s): JYOLSNA P

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1761-1768

 Year: October 2020

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There is a vast interest in the development of organic nanomaterials for biomedical applications. With unique properties such as high surface area to volume ratio, stability, inertness, and ease of functionilisation gives a wide range of applications. There is a fast growth on the uses of organic nanomaterials for regeneration of bone, cartilage, skin and dental issues. The application of organic nanomaterials in the field of nanomedicine is unique and futuristic. Organic nanoparticles give numerous advantages that enhance the simplicity of their preparation from biocompatible, biodegradable polymers and their stability in biological fluids during storage. With aim of providing useful insights to help further development efficient and for large scale production, this review paper focus on different types of organic nanomaterials, its properties and applications mainly used in medical sector


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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON BASIC FINANCIAL SERVICES THROUGH DIGITAL WALLETS IN LOCKDOWN PERIOD � TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, TAMIL NADU

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  Title: A STUDY ON BASIC FINANCIAL SERVICES THROUGH DIGITAL WALLETS IN LOCKDOWN PERIOD � TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, TAMIL NADU

  Author Name(s): Mrs.G.Saraswathi. M.Com., M.Phil., (Ph.D), Dr.R.Lalitha. M.Com., M.Phil., PGDCA., Ph.D., M.A(Yoga)., MBA.,M.S(Counselling)

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1747-1760

 Year: October 2020

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A Study on Basic Financial services through digital wallets in lockdown period � Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 1.Dr.R.Lalitha. M.Com., M.Phil., PGDCA., Ph.D., M.A(Yoga)., MBA.,M.S(Counselling) Head & Associated Professor and Research Advisor, PG and Research Department of Commerce, Seethalakshmi Ramaswami College (Autonomous), Trichy-2. Cell No: 9443034274 E-mail Id: drlalithamanu@gmail.com 2.Mrs.G.Saraswathi. M.Com., M.Phil., (Ph.D) Lecturer (SF) and Ph.D Research Scholar, PG and Research Department of Commerce, Seethalakshmi Ramaswami College (Autonomous), Trichy-2. Cell No: 6381473600 E-mail Id: saraswathisrc@gmail.com Abstract: This paper discussed the basic financial services through digital wallets in lock down period. The purpose of the study is the digital wallets what extent help in basic financial services. The study based on both primary and secondary data. The primary data were collected from 145 respondents by the use of structured questionnaire those who are living in Edamalaipatti at Tiruchirappalli district. Data were collected convenient sampling method and analysed by using simple percentage, chi square test, Garrets� ranking method and spearman�s correlation ranking method. The study found that 67% of the respondents are user and remaining 33% of the respondents are non-user. Out of 67%, half of the respondent�s access through Jio money. The respondents mostly paid the order of recharge the mobile DTH, utility bills pay, fund transfer, online shopping and post paid bill payment for the main reason of to avoid crowd, need not worry about the bank balance and quick access of payment. The 80% of the respondents satisfied regarding the usage of telecommunication service provider�s wallets. Lack of awareness and no money to loaded the apps are the main factors for hesistate the respondents for use the apps. The gender, age and education are the most influencing demographic features of usage of digital wallets


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Jio Money, Vodafone M Pesa, Airtel Payment Bank, Preferences of basic financial services, Influencing factors of usage and non-usage, Satisfaction level.

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  Paper Title: POSITIONALITY OF POWER IN THE CASTE SYSTEM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010231
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  Title: POSITIONALITY OF POWER IN THE CASTE SYSTEM

  Author Name(s): Manjari Shukla

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1742-1746

 Year: October 2020

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Caste system as an institution whose very existence is based on differential power relations, warrants the question of what constitutes this deeper dynamics of the power. Power by its very definition, institutes a certain individual or group of individuals overarching authority to command a situation, even steer others� behaviour to reach their preferred outcomes, even at the cost of others. Power, in this sense, is characterized as a �positional good� for its very value lies in its scarce availability and the power one person holds is contingent upon the powerlessness of another individual. The power held by the upper caste would have no value if it�s not through rendering the lower castes powerless. There is a case to be made about how persistence of durable inequality in the caste system is a function of differential power equation and instead of there being a discernible source of power, it stems from the practices that constitute the system.


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  Paper Title: THE CAUSALITY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL PARAMETERS & CORPORATE REPUTATION: EVIDENCE FROM THE INDIAN BANKING SECTOR

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  Title: THE CAUSALITY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL PARAMETERS & CORPORATE REPUTATION: EVIDENCE FROM THE INDIAN BANKING SECTOR

  Author Name(s): Dr. Jaineel Shah, Dr. Dharmesh Shah

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1735-1741

 Year: October 2020

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Abstract Purpose: This Paper investigates the Cause and effect relationship between Financial Parameters and Corporate Reputation in India from 2015 to 2019 for the top 10 BSE listed Banks. Methodology: Granger Causality test is performed for examining the cause and effect relationship between Financial Parameters like Credit Deposit Ratio (CD), Deposit to Total Assets Ratio (DTA), Return on Equity Ratio (ROE), Interest Expenses to Interest Earned Ratio (IEIE), Profit Margin Ratio (PM), Equity Multiplier Ratio (EM), Net Interest Margin Ratio (NIM), NPA to Advance Ratio (NPAA) and Corporate Reputation, which indicates the difference between the market value and the book value of the selected Banks. Findings: CD, DTA, EM, having significant cause and effect on Corporate Reputation while ROE, IEIE, PM, NIM, NPAA does not have significant cause on Corporate Reputation. Corporate Reputation does not have significant cause on NIM, NPAA Financial Parameters. Corporate Reputation significantly causes CD, DTA, EM. Research limitations: The findings are specific to Top 10 BSE Listed Banks by market capitalization. To introduce the cause and effect relationship, eight Financial Parameters are selected for the period 2015 to 2019. Practical implications: This study attempts to investigate the cause and effect of Corporate Reputation on financial performance, which contributes to the existing literature by providing the effect of Corporate Reputation that helps banks in taking strategic decisions regarding building and maintaining its Corporate Reputation.


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  Paper Title: OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS

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  Title: OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): SARITA S RAJAN, Dr. S MOHAMED ESMAIL

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1722-1734

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  Paper Title: IMPACT OF 16S RRNA GENE SEQUENCING BACTERIA AS BIOFERTILIZER AND BIOCONTROL AGENT ON RICE PLANT (VARIETY: SUGANDHA) ISOLATED FROM SELECTED GANGETIC REGION OF NORTH BIHAR

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  Title: IMPACT OF 16S RRNA GENE SEQUENCING BACTERIA AS BIOFERTILIZER AND BIOCONTROL AGENT ON RICE PLANT (VARIETY: SUGANDHA) ISOLATED FROM SELECTED GANGETIC REGION OF NORTH BIHAR

  Author Name(s): Nimisha Vatsyayan, Dr. Ashok Kumar Ghosh

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 1713-1721

 Year: October 2020

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The soil acts as a reservoir for millions of microorganisms.This study aimed at isolating and characterizing plant growth-promoting bacteria as well as assessing their ability to promote plant growth. The present investigation was aimed towards isolation and purification of the strains from soil, their characterization , identification and further establishment of their biofertilizer potential on rice (Oryza sativa) plant. Five sampling sites namely S1 (Banana field soil, Hazipur), S2 (Near Gandhi Setu, wetland area), S3 (Sediment pond), S4 (Vaishali) and S5 (Sonepur) were selected. These isolates showed a wide range of temperature for growth between 4? C to 55? C which suggests its potential as biofertilizer. The maximum reproductive growths and size of fruits were obtained when the plants were grown in soil inoculated with S1 (C), S2 (F) and S3 (R) bacterial combinations. The molecular identification was carried out by16s rRNA sequencing. On the basis of BLAST alignment of the sequenced nucleotides the isolates S1(C), S2(F) and S3(R) were identified as different strains of Brevibacillus borstelensis and Paenibacillus dendritiformis, respectively. The isolates S1(C) and S2 (F) appear to be different strains of Brevibacillus borstelensis. The reported literatures suggest that the B. borstelensis acts as plant growth promoting bacteria whereas; P. dendritiformis as a biocontrol agent. All the three strains i.e. S1(C), S2 (F) and S3(R) favor rapid plant growth and inflorescence, thus forming a mixture of PGPR and biocontrol agents which in turn not only promote plant growth but also add to the plant vigor in fighting against diseases.


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