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  Paper Title: NEO-VAISHNAVITE MOVEMENT AND ROLE OF SATRA AND NAMGHAR IN ASSAM : A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

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  Title: NEO-VAISHNAVITE MOVEMENT AND ROLE OF SATRA AND NAMGHAR IN ASSAM : A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): HEERAK JYOTI NATH

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 188-190

 Year: March 2020

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ABSTRACT In the 15th century AD the social fabric of India was torn by all round degradation and cultural distortion and corruption permeated all section of the society, right from the ruling class to the priestly class. Various malpractices were committed in the name of religion, which vitiated the social structure. There were people who loosely adhered to Vaishnavism or Saivism and there were others who practiced Saktism bordering on extreme Tantricism. The followers of these cults indulged in evil practices like animal and human sacrifices, magical rites, spells and the like. The poor and downtrodden people became victims of these ghastly practices. It was at this juncture, that the great spiritual leader, social reformer, playwright and composer- Srimanta Sankaraadeva appeared on the social scene of Assam. He was a multi-faceted genius who gave a direction to the chaotic Assamese society by initiating a fresh approach to the existing Vaishnava religion that gave rise to a set of new values and aided in social synthesis. Vaishnavism has been constantly playing a significant role in the process of assimilating diverse elements- indigenous and non-indigenous into the Assamese culture. The movement evolved new institutions of Satra and Namghar which began to serve not only as the instrument spreading the faith, but also helped to sustain and to stabilize Vaishnavism by making it a part and parcel of Assamese social and cultural life. With its dynamic philosophy of inclusiveness Sankardeva�s Neo-Vaishnavism has given birth to a new Cultural Nationalism focused on a national identity shaped by cultural traditions and language, not on the concept of common ancestry or race. The Cultural Nationalism was brought forward to the indigenous people with the help of Satras and Namghar which has a major role to play in the preservation and development of the indigenous culture of the region.


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  Paper Title: COMPARISON OF EFFICACY OF DIFFERENT ELECTRODE TYPES OF IFT IN PATIENTS WITH O.A KNEE�

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020018
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  Title: COMPARISON OF EFFICACY OF DIFFERENT ELECTRODE TYPES OF IFT IN PATIENTS WITH O.A KNEE�

  Author Name(s): HIMANSHU SONAWANE, NEERAJ KUMAR, SANGEETHA. M

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 175-175

 Year: March 2020

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INTRODUCTION: Osteoarthritis (O.A) is a degenerative joint disease.The ends of bones are covered with protective tissue called cartilage. When cartilage wears away completely, the cushioning buffer that it provides disappears, allowing for bone-on-bone contact. This can cause intense pain and other symptoms like tenderness ,stiffness and inflammation associated with OA.(1) Interferential therapy (IFT) is a low frequency currents produced when two medium frequency cross each other. The stimulation of giant diameter afferent fibers that inhibit the doorway of algid stimuli into the posterior horn of the medulla through small diameter afferent fibers there is evidence that IFT may inhibit the nociceptive stimulus.(2) The effect of IFT on pain is calculated using Numerical Rating Scale (NRS)


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  Paper Title: THE EFFECT OF USING INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE SUBJECT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020017
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  Title: THE EFFECT OF USING INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE SUBJECT

  Author Name(s): Mr. S. Karuppasamy, Mr. S. Lenin

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 164-174

 Year: March 2020

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  Paper Title: MANUSCRIPT HIMANSHU INTERNSHIP PROJECT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020016
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  Title: MANUSCRIPT HIMANSHU INTERNSHIP PROJECT

  Author Name(s): Himanshu Sonawane

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 154-163

 Year: March 2020

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The ends of bones are covered with protective tissue called cartilage. Cartilage is a tough, rubbery substance that�s flexible and softer than bone. Its job is to protect the ends of bones within a joint and allow them to move easily against each other. When cartilage breaks down, these bone surfaces become pitted and rough. This can cause pain within the joint, and irritation in surrounding tissues. Damaged cartilage can�t repair itself. This is because cartilage doesn�t contain any blood vessels.When cartilage wears away completely, the cushioning buffer that it provides disappears, allowing for bone-on-bone contact. This can cause intense pain and other symptoms associated with OA.(1)


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  Paper Title: USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА

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  Title: USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА

  Author Name(s): Kormla Atafi-drulu

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 76-153

 Year: March 2020

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USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА


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  Paper Title: THE RITUAL PRACTICES IN VAIS?NAVA TEMPLES (DIVYADE?AM) OF KERALA ASSOCIATED WITH ALVARS: A FIELD STUDY.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020012
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  Title: THE RITUAL PRACTICES IN VAIS?NAVA TEMPLES (DIVYADE?AM) OF KERALA ASSOCIATED WITH ALVARS: A FIELD STUDY.

  Author Name(s): Damodar Narayanan.C.N

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 53-61

 Year: March 2020

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Alwars were wandering mystics of south India. There were twelve of them who composed bhakti songs of Lord Vi??u. The compilation of their songs is called Divyaprabandham. In these beautiful ballads they have describrd108 divine temples of mah?vi??ucalled Divyade?am which have scattered around all over India. Among them eleven temples are situated In Kerala. This paper deals with the daily and yearly rituals of the Divyade?am temples of Kerala. The divyadesam culture is less popular in Kerala as compared to other south Indian states. As this is a field study, the information given in the paper is mainly based on the interviews done with the chief priests and local people related to these temples. This study intends to shed some light on the general ritualistic worship of kerala based on these eleven temples.


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  Paper Title: UTILIZATION OF FLY ASH AS A CEMENTATIOUS MATERIAL IN CONCRETE

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  Title: UTILIZATION OF FLY ASH AS A CEMENTATIOUS MATERIAL IN CONCRETE

  Author Name(s): Aditya kumpawat, Kamlesh choudhary, Devanshu verma, Mayank khatri , Irshad ali ansari

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 38-40

 Year: March 2020

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Fly ash utilization in concrete as partial replacement of cement is gaining importance day by day. Technological improvements in thermal power plant operations as well as collection systems of fly ash improved the quality of fly ash. To study the use of fly ash in concrete, cement is replaced partially by fly ash in concrete. In this experimental work concrete mix was prepared with replacement of fly ash by 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. Effect of fly ash on workability, setting time, compressive strength and water content are studied. To study the impact of partial replacement of cement by fly ash on the properties of concrete, experiments were conducted on different concrete mixes.


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  Paper Title: RURAL ROAD DEVELOPMENT

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  Title: RURAL ROAD DEVELOPMENT

  Author Name(s): Pranav Maheshwari, Hitesh Goyal, Yashwant Rathore, Satyam Jha, Hetram Sharma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 35-37

 Year: March 2020

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While the total length of the rural road was only 3,54,530 kilometers in 1970-71, recently it has increased to 24,50,559 kilometers. These statistics confirm the importance attached to rural road development as part of the overall development of the country. In addition, studies show that public investment in infrastructure, especially in the rehabilitation of rural roads, improves the local community and market development. Studies on rural road development in several countries have shown growth male wages in agriculture and cumulative crop indices (Bangladesh), increased availability food, primary school graduation rates and farm workers' wages (Vietnam), etc. However, studies of Indian rural roads are practically absent.


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  Paper Title: A REVIEW: USE OF PLASTIC WASTE IN ROADCONSTRUCTION

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  Title: A REVIEW: USE OF PLASTIC WASTE IN ROADCONSTRUCTION

  Author Name(s): Deepak Gupta, Ashutosh Meena, Abhishek Maharshi, Ajay Meena, Mr. Hetram Sharma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 32-34

 Year: March 2020

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The Waste plastic and its disposal is a major thread to the environment which results in pollution in global warming. The utilization of plastic waste in bituminous mines in to enhance its properties and also its strength. Disposal of waste plastic is a major problem its non-biodegradable and causes environmental pollution. The waste plastic is shredded and coated over aggregate and mixed with hot bitumen and result mixed is used for pavement construction. After mixing the mixture is laid as one would with regular asphalt concrete. According to toxic link report 3.6 million tonnes plastic is produced in 2019. It means 9206 tonnes plastic per day.


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  Paper Title: SOLAR TREE: A SOURCE OF ENERGY

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  Title: SOLAR TREE: A SOURCE OF ENERGY

  Author Name(s): Aakash Meena, Abhijeet Pandey, Amit Meena, Chandravihari Garg , Davesh Meena

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 27-31

 Year: March 2020

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Solar tree is a metal construction that resembles a actual tree. Solar panels are established on pinnacle of every branch. Generated power will be to be had to anybody and it�ll be used for charging batteries of cellular phones and portable computers. This paper describes the vital steps required for a successful final touch of this project. Additionally, this paper discusses advantages of this project for the students and the community. As a part of this paper describes an unique answer for the sun tree, alongside with important calculations, technical specifications, simple characteristics, working principle and three-D rendering of the chosen layout at its future location. The location around the solar tree would turn out to be an area in which college students and their buddies can gather to recharge their gadgets and, at the equal time, whilst they wait, exchange ideas, advices and their experiences with each other.


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