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  Paper Title: AVOIDING MEAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE SOCIO POLITICAL BACKGROUND OF THIRUKKURAL

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007031
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  Title: AVOIDING MEAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE SOCIO POLITICAL BACKGROUND OF THIRUKKURAL

  Author Name(s): Dr S. Saravanajothi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 199-205

 Year: July 2020

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The Purpose of the study: Aim of the study is to identify the Avoiding mean associations in the socio political background of Thirukkural. Methodology: This study based on qualitative method and the Descriptive approach has been used. Main Findings: Thirukkural is the signified ethic literature in Tamil. In this research, the etymology of race as stated in Thirukkural . Post-thinai society it has been pointed out by the Uraiaasiriyar that the concept of ethical morality has been taught through Race. In this research, constructing of Avoiding mean associations analysed. This research try to identify the relationships between materialism and social dialectics in this Virtue. In this article, it is stated that the concept of race and morality. The man who thinking worst is called Avoiding mean associations. in Thirukkural, when the powers of Not Killing, Not Drinking Palm Wine, The Absence of Fraud, Ignorance, etc., are to be interpreted as the fact that the Uraiaasiriyar explained that the people who have these characters are called Avoiding mean associations. Therefore, the meaning of the word 'race' in Thirukkural has been thoroughly explored. In this article, it is pointed out that the authority of eroticism on the basis of material intelligence is not moralistic. In this research, meaning of the word race is explained detailed. As a result of this approach, the concept of morality is interpreted in terms of race in Thirukkural. Researcher revealed that the word Race is used for the characteristics. Application of this study: To find the domination of the concept of morality is interpreted in terms of race in Thirukkural. Originality of study: The analyst confirms that in this research, meaning of the word race is explained detailed.


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Thirukkural, the Avoiding mean associations, Not Drinking Palm Wine, The Absence of Fraud, Ethics, Uraiaasiriyar.

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  Paper Title: QUALITY OF WORKLIFE: A STUDY IN UDUPI DISTRICT OF KARNATAKA STATE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007030
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  Title: QUALITY OF WORKLIFE: A STUDY IN UDUPI DISTRICT OF KARNATAKA STATE

  Author Name(s): Dr. Jagadeesh.B

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 192-198

 Year: July 2020

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Quality of Work Life is the degree to which members of a work organisation are able to satisfy their personal needs through their expenses in the organisation. Its focus is on the problem of creating a human work environment where employees work cooperatively and contribute to organisational objectives. Quality of work life is essential to the smooth running and the success of its employees. The success of any organisation is highly dependent on how it attracts recruits, motivates and retains its employees. Therefore, organisations are required to adopt a strategy to improve the employees� quality of work life to satisfy both the organisational objectives and employee needs. The factors that influence the quality of work life are attitude, environment, opportunities, nature of job, people, stress level, etc. This paper analyses dimensions and techniques for improving QWL in an organisation.


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  Paper Title: REVIEW OF EATING PATTERN IN ATHLETES AMID COVID-19 LOCK DOWN 1.0.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007029
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  Title: REVIEW OF EATING PATTERN IN ATHLETES AMID COVID-19 LOCK DOWN 1.0.

  Author Name(s): Namratha Pramod

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 180-191

 Year: July 2020

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ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: In the new age busy world, one fine day everything came to halt or rather stand still due to a new species of infectious virus known as Corona Virus Disease 2019 or COVID-19. This unprecedented challenge requires a coordinated global response. The government around the world have taken the route of �Lock Down to Knock Down Corona�. Sports authority of India (SAI) has left no stone unturned for the protection of Elite and non-elite athletes in their centres all over India. For the athlete�s safety Olympic games that were supposed to be held in TOKYO, in July 2020 announced its postponement to August 2021. OBJECTIVE: The study aims at understanding eating pattern of the athletes of different foods before amid during COVID-19 Lockdown. METHODOLOGY: Study was done using a well-planned questionnaire. Study was carried out through filling of google forms due to Social Distancing during COVID-19 lock down. 128 participants were included based on their willingness to participate in the study. The athletes are a part of SAI, NSSC, Bangalore. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: Among 128 participants, 67 were men athletes and 61 were female athletes. The participants were between the age group of 20 � 35 years. More than half (54%) n=69 was in lockdown for 16 � 20 days, almost half (43%) n= 55 were in lockdown for 10 � 15 days. Amongst Non-vegetarians, those who consumed once a day had reduced drastically from 33%(n=42 ) to 7% (n=9). Paneer consumption amongst vegetarians showed a decrease in daily consumption. Those who ate paneer twice a week 12%(n=16) had reduced to 5%(n=6). This was done to adjust the protein consumption in reduced training situations. The athletes showed increased weekly consumption of fruits and vegetables though daily cosumption had slightly reduced. Athletes dairy consumption showed marginal changes before and during the lock down period. 50% (n=63) athletes consumed dairy every day before lock down increased to 60% (n=77) athletes during lock down. Snacking amongst the athletes reduced from 61% (n=79) to 43% (n=56). The athletes were aware of the healthy snack options, they were occasionally having junk foods like chats (12%, n=15) where as they mostly preferred healthy options like fruits (46%, n=59), dry fruits (16%, n=21).The athletes presented a low percentage of ordering food from these online delivery apps before (76%, n=19) who ordered once a week and none (0%, n=0) during the lock down even after these companies resumed services. The athletes had active individual training even during the lock down period. To beat dehydration most of them had regular and sufficient water consumption during the lock down. Majority of them 70% (n=89) trained during the unexpected COVID-19 lockdown. Majority of athletes 51%(n=65) had 6- 8 hrs of sleep. 70% (n=90) showed moderate stress and 20%(n=25) showed less stress. Time spent on gadgets were monitored. 53% (n=68) used these gadgets between 2-4 hrs only. Free time in the athletes were effectively utilized 22% (n=28) of them tried some new hobbies like painting, singing etc. 20% (n=25) spent time reading books, a rare one these days. CONCLUSION: The study revealed that the athletes were well informed on the nutritional periodisation during a reduced training period or intensity. The athletes were able to manage their eating pattern from home/ hostel to their best. Nutrition education has tremendously helped the athletes to make wise choices of the diet. The athletes must be appreciated for the healthy eating pattern they followed Staying at Home, Staying Safe.


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  Paper Title: NURSES KNOWLEDGE RELATED TO PREVENTION OF NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS OF KABUL, AFGHANISTAN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007028
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  Title: NURSES KNOWLEDGE RELATED TO PREVENTION OF NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS OF KABUL, AFGHANISTAN

  Author Name(s): Najeebullah Faizi

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 172-179

 Year: July 2020

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  Paper Title: DEVELOPMENT OF EMBEDDED TETHER INTERFACE MODEM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007027
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  Title: DEVELOPMENT OF EMBEDDED TETHER INTERFACE MODEM

  Author Name(s): Sagma N. G, Dr. G. R. Gnana King

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 168-171

 Year: July 2020

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This paper proposes a wired system for observing submerged pipeline infrastructure. This paper uses a wired tether which is used for the communication between client and server. Raspberry Pi and remote PC both are part of client-server architecture and that is communicated over TCPIP protocol, also Raspberry Pi communicates with PixHawk over a serial connection. Fathom-X tether allows the use of Ethernet and power over 2 wires and distances up to 300 meters. In this system, we are using a pair of Fathom-x boards for sending information and power back and forth on the PixHawk. This wired network connected to sensor devices that measure specific parameters such as underwater pressure and temperature. Global Positioning System (GPS) also connected to PixHawk to send sensed information from underwater to the topside computer far from the pipeline. A low-light HD USB camera attached to Raspberry pi, which receives control data from raspberry pi and sends pictures and recordings to the remote PC, and they are generally used for underwater surveillance. The wired arrangements give high information rate and exact arrangements particularly for submerged pipeline checking, wired system also provide higher communication bandwidth. On a test with two wire tethers, the data test comes with 81.2 Mbps rate.


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Fathom-X tether, IP network, Pipeline monitoring, PixHawk, Sensor systems, TCP/IP, Wired network.

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  Paper Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF UNDERWATER IOT NODE AND FLOATING GATEWAY

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  Title: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF UNDERWATER IOT NODE AND FLOATING GATEWAY

  Author Name(s): Chinju paul, Rajesh M, Ambily Francis

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 163-167

 Year: July 2020

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Underwater wireless communication is a technique of sending and receiving messages below the water. The wireless underwater communication technology is a progressing area in communication . Research has been active for over a decade on developing different methods for wireless underwater transmission. The purpose of this paper is to introduce a underwater wireless communication system with better data rates and in an easy manner by developing an IoT node and a floating gateway. The users can access the system and give commands to the IoT node through the floating gateway. Floating unit, placed on the surface of water can act as a gateway between the user and the IoT node. The user allows the RF transmitters in floating unit to send commands to the IoT node which is under the water and it will perform the application from the user. So here developing a new system which can have a lot of underwater applications such as underwater valve controlling , underwater explosion etc.


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  Paper Title: THE BENEFICIAL CONSTITUENTS AND PHENOMENAL EFFECTS OF PROBIOTICS ON HUMAN HEALTH

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  Title: THE BENEFICIAL CONSTITUENTS AND PHENOMENAL EFFECTS OF PROBIOTICS ON HUMAN HEALTH

  Author Name(s): Anjali Kumari, Kumar Shubham, Sadia Siddique, Vinod Kumar Gupta

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 153-162

 Year: July 2020

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Probiotics are the living cell organisms. It is present in human and animal gut. The probiotic organisms can also be thought of as natural antibiotics in the human-animal gut. They also prove to be beneficial for health when regulated in sufficient sums. Probiotic group of bacteria includes Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Pediococcus, Lactococcus, Bacillus and yeasts strains. Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium are the main probiotic groups; however, there are reports on the probiotic potential of Pediococcus, Lactococcus, Bacillus and yeasts. Some of the identified probiotic strains exhibit powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic and other important properties. Apart from that, the consumption of dairy and non-dairy products stimulates the immunity in different ways.


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  Paper Title: THE COLONIZED MIND IN LEE MARACLE�S BOBBI LEE: INDIAN REBEL

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  Title: THE COLONIZED MIND IN LEE MARACLE�S BOBBI LEE: INDIAN REBEL

  Author Name(s): K. GEETHA BHAT

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 149-152

 Year: July 2020

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Stories are an integral part of who we are as people.. For First Nations people traditional story telling was mostly based on the spoken word. The literature produced by the native women writers of Canada is the literature of protest challenging established value systems: colonial, patriarchal or upper class. The history of Canada is a history of the colonization of Aboriginal people. It is a society marked by a structural and psychological relationship between the colonizer and the colonized whose relationship is reflected in its history, politics and literature. Lee Marable, is one of the first Aboriginal writers in Canada to publish fiction and she is considered the grandmother of Aboriginal literature, especially after her groundbreaking work in �Bobby Lee: Indian Rebel� and �I am a woman.� In this paper an attempt is made to analyze Lee Miracle�s novel Bobbi Lee: Indian Rebel, especially the impact of colonization and dehumanization which seem to surface in the lives which help understand what it really means to be a native in Canada. The social and cultural background traces the writer�s feminine concerns to find out how she became personally and politically aware not only as a women but as a true �Native woman�. Living in isolation in the margins of society, the original people of Canada have suffered a great loss that can never be recovered.


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  Paper Title: DIGITAL VIDEO WATERMARKING WITH RGB IMAGE USING DWT AND SVD

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  Title: DIGITAL VIDEO WATERMARKING WITH RGB IMAGE USING DWT AND SVD

  Author Name(s): Zubair ul Islam, Dr. Punam Rattan

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 145-148

 Year: July 2020

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Due to rise in multimedia technologies, it has become easy to manipulate any digital document. Video Watermarking is a technique which hides the digital information into video frames for increasing their security and protecting the video content from manipulation. In this paper, a video watermarking technique is proposed in which RGB watermark has been embedded into each frame of the digital video using DWT and SVD in transform domain. The encryption of each pixel of RGB watermark image with ASCII code of an alphabet is hidden in a host frame without any data compression. The experimental results indicate watermarked frames with good robustness and Imperceptibility.


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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION OF EMPLOYEES WORKING IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY WITH REFERENCE TO KARUR DISTRICT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2007022
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  Title: A STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION OF EMPLOYEES WORKING IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY WITH REFERENCE TO KARUR DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Santhiya A

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 7

 Pages: 140-144

 Year: July 2020

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This paper analyses the level of job satisfaction among the employees of Textile Industries along with the consideration of Gender, Age and experiences differences. In this research paper various variables responsible for employee satisfaction has been discussed such as performance, supervisory, culture, resources, career. This is a descriptive study that aims to identify the satisfaction level of employees in the organization. Interview schedule method of questionnaire collection was developed and collected. Descriptive Statistics, T test and ANOVA is used in this study. This study was conducted on 593 employees. The sample size was selected based on the random sampling method.


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