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  Paper Title: ABROGATION OF ARTICLE 370 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY

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  Title: ABROGATION OF ARTICLE 370 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY

  Author Name(s): NEHA, Dr. Radhika Dev Varma Arora

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5552-5578

 Year: July 2020

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From the history to make the country stable, peaceful and to protect the human rights, constitutional laws contribute a very necessary role to make the country�s people on right track in the sake of country�s present and future with the recommendations of a constitute assembly and its parliamentary system based on new constitution laws as Article 370. Article 370 which provided the Jammu and Kashmir state �distinct sovereign status� and targeting bifurcate the state into two successors �union territories� with additional limited aboriginal administrative power. This Article being a �temporary provision� is not proficient to abrogate, modify or replaced one snidely. Article 370 has vast literature and history which does not emerges from legal or constitutional dimensions but it has deep rooted political and religious dimension which also impact on the international relation of India and Pakistan, further with UN and USA. The previous generous region�s sovereignty has been anxious since 1947 and its territory is alienated by army �line of control� with Pakistan supervisory about one-third and disputing India�s prerogative over furthermost of the reminder as J&K where China also entitlements some of the region�s land as located near to Ladakh. The United Nation deliberates Jammu and Kashmir to be disputed territory, but New Delhi ,the status quo party, calls the recent legal changes an internal matter and it is usually opposes third �part involvement in the Kashmir issue. In this hypothesis, abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian constitution is taken as an �legal analytical study� where focusing the complex issues and matter of responsibilities in the making of Article 370 and its right implication, Division of States by The Union, Distinct Constitution Position of High Court , Emergency Provisions as Temporary and Transition, Fundamental Rights and Ground Reality Scenarios under The Constitution of Indian and its Problem Solving Skill�s impact on Valley of Kashmir (Jammu- Kashmir and Ladakh ) towards country peace and international relations.


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The Constitution of India, Jammu- Kashmir and Ladakh, Article 370, Temporary Provisions, Ground Reality Scenarios, Union Territories, Human Rights, Legal Analytical Study, Problem Solving Skills, Country Peace And International Relations

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  Paper Title: CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF JUVENILE JUSTICE (CARE AND PROTECTION OF CHILDREN) ACT, 2015 - IN THE LIGHT OF REDUCED AGE OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY OF JUVENILE IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007621
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  Title: CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF JUVENILE JUSTICE (CARE AND PROTECTION OF CHILDREN) ACT, 2015 - IN THE LIGHT OF REDUCED AGE OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY OF JUVENILE IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Tauseef ahmad, Shweta

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5542-5551

 Year: July 2020

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The brutal assault, gang rape and murder of a female in Delhi in December, 2012, by six men, in which one of the accused was seventeen years old juvenile, raised a debate on the age limit of juvenile in India. Under The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children), Act, 2000, the maximum sentence that could be awarded to juvenile was three years of of detention in a remand home, irrespective of the gravity of the offence. This led to tremendous public outcry demanding a change in the juvenile justice laws, lowering the age limit of juveniles, and stricter punishment for juveniles committing grave offences like rape and murder. Justice J.S Verma Committee which was constituted to amend the criminal laws and to examine the deficiencies of existing criminal law regime governing sexual assault against women rejected the demand for lowering the age of juvenile to sixteen. He opined there should be stricter implementation of the 2000 Act and need to need to reform and restructure the existing juvenile justice and welfare system. However the government disregarded these recommendations and to tackle the alarming situation Parliament passed The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015. The basic objective of this Act is to set deterrence standards for juvenile offenders and to protect the rights of the victim. The 2015 Act differentiates between petty, serious, and heinous offences, and proposes to treat juvenile offenders who commit �heinous offences� between the ages of sixteen and eighteen as adults by putting them to trial under the criminal justice system. The main object of this paper is to identify the Reasons as to why a juvenile could commit heinous crimes and to discuss whether reducing the age can result in retributive justice rather than reformative and restorative justice.


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  Paper Title: MARKETING BEHAVIOUR AND OTHER ATTRIBUTES OF VEGETABLE GROWERS-A STUDY AT TUMAKURU DISTRICT IN KARNATAKA

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  Title: MARKETING BEHAVIOUR AND OTHER ATTRIBUTES OF VEGETABLE GROWERS-A STUDY AT TUMAKURU DISTRICT IN KARNATAKA

  Author Name(s): MUJAMMIL PASHA , Dr. P. PARAMASHIVAIAH

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5536-5541

 Year: July 2020

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In recent trends, the importance of consuming vegetables for the maintenance of normal health is being realized in all parts of the world. Out of nearly 300 commercial cultivated crops in the world, about half were vegetables. Comparatively, vegetables are one of the cheapest sources of natural nutritive foods. Their consumption in sufficient quantity provides taste, palatability and increases appetite. Improved nutrition through increased intake of vegetables will necessitate a considerable increase in the production of vegetables which in turn demands an increase in the area under cultivation and production of vegetables. The increased supply of vegetables brought about through improved techniques will bring down the cost of cultivation. Normally, vegetable crops give higher yield per unit area as compared to cereal crops. Further, increase in vegetable production can provide more farm employment. Marketing behavior of a farmer is influenced by several factors. The study was conducted purposively in Tumakuru district to assess the marketing behaviour of vegetable growers. The total of 100 vegetable growers were formed the sample for the study. The primary data were collected through personal interview method with the help of pre-tested interview schedule which was prepared on the basis of objectives of investigation and variables. The statistical tests and procedures were used for analyzing the data.


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  Paper Title: ADMINISTRATORS` PERFORMANCE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE STANDARDS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION: BASIS FOR ENHANCED SUPERVISORY PLAN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007619
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  Title: ADMINISTRATORS` PERFORMANCE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE STANDARDS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION: BASIS FOR ENHANCED SUPERVISORY PLAN

  Author Name(s): Rodrigo S. Dolorosa

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5528-5535

 Year: July 2020

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Instructional supervision is a professional continuous and cooperative process for the improvement of learning and teaching instruction. This study assessed the level of performance of the administrators� duties and responsibilities and its relationship to their level of compliance with the standards for instructional supervision.This paper considers how instructional supervision and support by educational authorities help improve the teaching�learning process and the professional development of school administrators in the secondary public schools in the National Capital Region (Metro Manila, Philippines). To date the research into this field in the Philippine educational system has tended to focus on the mechanics and standards of instructional supervision among school administrators. The paper examines how administrators perform their duties and responsibilities in compliance with the standards for instructional supervision as basis for enhancing instructional supervisory plan. It also investigates how administrators improve the teaching�learning process and provide effective professional development of teachers at public secondary school level. The paper aims to develop and enhance an effective instructional supervisory plan among school heads to support the four (4) key areas of teaching-learning process, the Instructional Support for Teachers� Effectiveness and Efficiency; Teachers Capability Building; Curricular Enhancement; and Assessment of Learning Outcomes. It concludes by recommending various measures for strengthening the efforts of school administrators in the public secondary schools and provide academic and instructional support to teachers and students for quality education.


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Administrators� Performance; Duties and Responsibilities; Instructional Supervision; Enhanced Supervisory Plan; Administrative Supervision ; Teachers� Professional Development

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  Paper Title: POSE AND EMOTION ESTIMATION BASED ON ACTIVITY RECOGNITION

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007618
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  Title: POSE AND EMOTION ESTIMATION BASED ON ACTIVITY RECOGNITION

  Author Name(s): Shahistha Sultana.K, Dr. Suresh L

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5523-5527

 Year: July 2020

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Nowadays social Interaction between people tells us about the emotional and mental state the person is currently in. Humans tend to exhibit the emotional and mental state through the body and facial expressions. To predict the emotion of a person, the facial expression is majorly considered while body movements are majorly ignored. In most of the cases, body movements/expressions also reveal the emotional and mental state the person is currently in. In Numerous researches/experiments, only facial expressions are considered to predict the emotional state the person is currently in. Humans tend to fake facial expression, while it is difficult to fake the body expression. This proposed project mainly focuses on the body movements to analyze the emotional state rather than concentrating on facial recognition. To recognition this the human activity is identified from the UCI HAR Smartphone dataset. This data has data that was recorded from 30 volunteers with the age difference of 19-48 years and with 561 measurement variables. The human activity thus identified is compared with the 2-D image and the activity is matched with the 2-D image. This process is done to make sure that the activity matches the activity that has been identified from the UCI HAR smartphone dataset. Each activity has many possible positions, these positions/postures related to the activity that has been identified in the smartphone dataset help us in identifying the emotions that a human could possess while doing the activity.


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Human Activity Recognition, Pose Estimation, Emotion Estimation based on Pose

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  Paper Title: Varman bhartiya loksangeet ke sangeetik aaur manovaigyanik vishleshan

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  Title: VARMAN BHARTIYA LOKSANGEET KE SANGEETIK AAUR MANOVAIGYANIK VISHLESHAN

  Author Name(s): Dr Brijesh kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5519-5522

 Year: July 2020

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  Paper Title: SURVEY ON AUTHENTICATION OF PASSWORD FOR MASTERCARD FRAUDLENT DETECTION

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  Title: SURVEY ON AUTHENTICATION OF PASSWORD FOR MASTERCARD FRAUDLENT DETECTION

  Author Name(s): Emy Ann Thomas, Amal Ashok, Ansu Mary Jacob, Ajitha Suresh, Chinchu M Pillai

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5515-5518

 Year: July 2020

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In some scenes like smart mobile terminal, low energy consumption and high efficiency are extremely vital in info security. Based on two-factor authentication scheme based on classical encryption algorithms aren't appropriate in some scenes. While it is not suggested, to include users tend to include personal data in their passwords for simple memorization. Password-composition policies are the results of service providers turning into increasingly involved regarding the security of online accounts. These policies limit the space of user-created passwords to preclude simply guessed passwords and so create passwords more difficult for attackers to guess. MasterCard fraud refers to the physical loss of MasterCard or loss of sensitive MasterCard data. Several machine-learning algorithms are often used for detection.


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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON IMPACT OF URBAN LIFESTYLE PATTERNS ON FOOD AND HEALTH : AN INTER- GENERATIONAL ANALYSIS OF NUTRITION TRANSITION AMONG WOMEN IN CHENNAI CITY.

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  Title: A STUDY ON IMPACT OF URBAN LIFESTYLE PATTERNS ON FOOD AND HEALTH : AN INTER- GENERATIONAL ANALYSIS OF NUTRITION TRANSITION AMONG WOMEN IN CHENNAI CITY.

  Author Name(s): Yasodhai Yamini

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5509-5514

 Year: July 2020

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Urbanisation is a process of changing the social and environmental landscape( WHO 2010) the growth of urban environment has a profound effect on cultural change. The predominant cultural change is witnessed in the food habits. Modern society is highly associated with a diet pattern where consumption of high processed foods, genetically modified food and foods that contain high amount of saturated fats leaving to a corresponding increase in degenerative disease. These disease are interrelated with lifestyles and especially with diets. Changes in diet, pattern of work and leisure is often referred to as the nutrition transition. Nutrition transition includes both qualitative and quantitative changes in the diet. Objectives of the study 1. To study role of urbanization leading to the changes of diet pattern among women. 2. To analyse the social factors of nutrition transition among women . 3. To identify the health problems faced by women due to nutrition transition. Relevance of the Study In the urban areas rapid nutrition transition is taking place. The impact of this transition affects women's health which is leading to different types of life threatening health deformities like diabetes, CHD, infertility, cancer, etc This Study is intended to analyse the social cultural factors leading to the nutrition transition in the urban city of Chennai. This is a descriptive study , the data is collected from two generation of women belonging to the age group between 20 to 40 years of age and women belonging to the age group of 40 and above through a simple random sampling method . The research analyses the social construction of dietary changes due to the influence of urbanization and identifies the health determinants of a women in the contemporary society.


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  Paper Title: IMPACT OF BANKING PERFORMANCE ON RURAL PEOPLE IN OUR ECONOMY

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  Title: IMPACT OF BANKING PERFORMANCE ON RURAL PEOPLE IN OUR ECONOMY

  Author Name(s): NEHA SINGH

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5500-5508

 Year: July 2020

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An attempt is made to analyse the performance and impact of Gramin Bank of Aryavart in Lucknow district through various parameters collected from bank officials such as number of employees, number of accounts, advances and deposits mobilization and from customers such as sources of information, staff co-operation, decadal difference and suggestions provided by account holders/customers. For the analysis of the qualitative research excel functions of sum, count and proportion has been used. As the collected raw data was in sentence and paragraph form the data was edited, coded, themed and analysed. The study has analysed that even though the woring of GBA has considerably declined, the progress, performance and impact of GBA has significantly improved over time with scope of improvement. The study has reported that there is significant improvement in working of GBA in urban and rural areas and it is also noticable that facilities provide by GBA has increased over a decade.


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  Paper Title: IMPLEMENTING LEAN MANUFACTURE TO ENHANCE PERFORMANCE IN GAS VALVE PRODUCTION LINE

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  Title: IMPLEMENTING LEAN MANUFACTURE TO ENHANCE PERFORMANCE IN GAS VALVE PRODUCTION LINE

  Author Name(s): Eng. Khaled Hassan Soufi, Prof. Abdul Hadi Nabih Ahmed, Prof. Abd El Hakim Al Manhawy

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 5492-5499

 Year: July 2020

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The purpose of this study is to address that Lean Manufacturing is the most suitable technique which can be used in developing countries like Egypt, mostly past Covid-19 era, lean is cheap easy and has positive quick effect on quality and productivity in shop floor in order to achieve the latest trend in quality management (Lean, 6? and supply chain). Lean manufacturing has been the buzzword in the area of manufacturing for past few years. The concept originated in Japan after the Second World War when Japanese realized they could not afford the massive investment required to build facilities similar to those in the USA. lean manufacturing aim is to reduce waste in human effort, inventory, time to market and manufacturing space to become highly responsive to customer demand while producing quality products in the most efficient and economical manner. Nicholas (1998) found that waste takes many forms and can be found at any time and in any place. Waste consumes resources and not adding any value to product. Russell and Taylor (1999) define waste as anything other than the minimum amount of equipment, effort, materials, parts, space, and time that are essential to add value to the product. Lean manufacturing combines the best features of both mass and craft production: the ability to reduce costs per unit and dramatically improve quality while at the same time providing an ever wider range of products and more challenging work (Womack et al., 1990).


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