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  Paper Title: A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME REGARDING KNOWLEDGE AND LEVEL OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AMONG BASIC B.SC. NURSING STUDENTS OF SELECTED COLLEGE AT BANGALORE.

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  Title: A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME REGARDING KNOWLEDGE AND LEVEL OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AMONG BASIC B.SC. NURSING STUDENTS OF SELECTED COLLEGE AT BANGALORE.

  Author Name(s): Pradeep Dinkar Ahi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2505-2512

 Year: September 2020

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A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME REGARDING KNOWLEDGE AND LEVEL OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AMONG BASIC B.Sc. NURSING STUDENTS OF SELECTED COLLEGE AT BANGALORE. OBJECTIVES: To assess the knowledge regarding Emotional Intelligence before and after administration of Structured Teaching Programme among Basic B.Sc. Nursing students, to assess the Level of Emotional Intelligence before administration of Structured Teaching Programme among Basic B.Sc. Nursing students, to assess the effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme regarding knowledge of Emotional Intelligence among the Basic B.Sc. Nursing students, to assess the association between the knowledge regarding Emotional Intelligence and demographic variables and association between Level of Emotional Intelligence and demographic variables amongst the Basic B.Sc. Nursing students. METHODS: The Research approach used for the study was quasi-experimental research approach with one group pretest & posttest design with 60 Basic B.Sc. Nursing students at the selected College of Nursing, Bangalore using convenient sampling technique. Data was collected using structured knowledge questionnaire. The Level of Emotional Intelligence was assessed by utilizing a standardized Schutte�s Emotional Intelligence Test (SEIT). Reliability of the tool was tested by split half method. The data was analyzed and tabulated in terms of the objectives of the study using descriptive and inferential statistics. RESULTS: The results showed that the structured teaching programme was effective to increase in the knowledge regarding Emotional Intelligence of the Basic B.Sc. Nursing students. CONCLUSION: Knowledge regarding Emotional Intelligence may be useful in Personal, Professional and social life of the Basic B.Sc. Nursing students. Also, it may aide the students in handling stress and life issues on daily basis. Hence it was felt that the structured teaching programme would be useful in imparting knowledge about Emotional Intelligence, thus empowering the Basic B.Sc. Nursing students to utilize this knowledge in becoming a Emotionally Intelligent and proficient Nursing professional in near future.


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KEYWORDS: Emotional Intelligence, Level of Emotional Intelligence, Basic B.Sc. Nursing students, structured teaching programme, Schutte�s emotional intelligence test (SEIT) and knowledge.

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  Paper Title: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN GRAMEEN BIKAS LAGHUBITTA BITTIYA SANSTHA LIMITED

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009314
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  Title: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN GRAMEEN BIKAS LAGHUBITTA BITTIYA SANSTHA LIMITED

  Author Name(s): LilaBallabh Dhakal

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2492-2504

 Year: September 2020

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The capital of a business which is used in its day-to-day trading operations is called working capital. Working capital is considered a part of operating capital of a business. There are two concepts of working capital. Gross concept of working capital refers to the amount of funds equal to current assets whereas net concept of working capital refers to the amount of capital calculated by deducting current liabilities from current assets. If current assets are less than current liabilities, an entity has a working capital deficiency, also called a working capital deficit and negative working capital. Working capital management is concerned with determining the institution's level of investments in current assets and financing pattern of the current assets. The objective of working capital management is to determine the level of investment that maximize owner's wealth. In this paper the author attempts to evaluate and analyze the working capital need and its proper use in the Grameen Bikas Lagubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd. operating in Nepal. In this study it is found that the working capital in the beginning of three years of the study period are absolutely negative and the remaining two years are slightly positive. The investment in current assets is not sufficient and it has showed difficulty in meeting short term obligations. Net profit to total asset ratios are slightly satisfactory. However these ratios indicate that the institution required further efficient utilization of current assets and fixed assets. Likewise net profit to shareholder's equity ratio shows the proper utilization of owner's equity and the firm seems able to earn reasonable profit in the investment. This study has been carried out with analytical research design to analyze the working capital of this microfinance institution.


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Working capital, current assets, current liabilities, liquidity position, return on equity, return on assets

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  Paper Title: FORMULATION OF HERBAL HAIR MASK

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009313
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  Title: FORMULATION OF HERBAL HAIR MASK

  Author Name(s): Akash Sadashiv Jaybhaye, Rohit Baburao Panchal, Shivam Rajendra Nimbalkar , Aishwarya Shinde, Deepak Musmade

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2480-2491

 Year: September 2020

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Hairs are the delicate part of the body. So, accordingly to take care of them we made the formulation of hair mask. The ingredients in the hair mask are added by knowing their benefits to hairs. The purpose of using hair mask is to remove dirt that is built up in hairs. Coconut oil is also a part of hair mask which is used to apply the mask on hairs. The hair mask that made is completely free from chemicals. It only contains the natural ingredients which does not harm your hairs.


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  Paper Title: EMAIL SPAM DETECTION AND AUTOMATION

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  Title: EMAIL SPAM DETECTION AND AUTOMATION

  Author Name(s): Ms. Kunde Shubhangi Shyamrao, Mr. Shete Yashodip Babasaheb, Mr. Kathe Pratik Pramod, Ms. Gite Jayashree Balasaheb, Mr. Bhalerao Rushikesh S.

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2476-2479

 Year: September 2020

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In the progressing year's spam transformed into a significant issue of Internet and electronic correspondence. There developed a lot of frameworks to fight them. In this paper, we look at the present strategies for isolating spam. This consolidates the course of action and gathering estimations used in isolating. In the present life its imperative to filter through the sends in our post box as it contains some malignant code that is risky for our structure and data set away on the system. Thusly, to give the data security and authenticity we have to filter through such sends. Ordinary usages for mail channels are masterminding the moving toward email and removal of spam messages and PC diseases with sends. The owner may in like manner use a mail channel to compose messages and to sort them into different envelopes considering subject or other criteria as per the need. We thought about the outline mining and gathering strategies that will be used in spam isolating.


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Classification, E-mail Spam, Filtering, LearningBased Methods, Traditional Methodes, Unsolicited Bulk Messages.

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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON THE RETAIL INVESTORS AWARENESS OF THE VARIOUS INVESTMENT AVENUES AND THE FACTORS AFFECTING THEIR INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009311
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  Title: A STUDY ON THE RETAIL INVESTORS AWARENESS OF THE VARIOUS INVESTMENT AVENUES AND THE FACTORS AFFECTING THEIR INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR

  Author Name(s): Dibyansh Rai, Dharmendra Singh

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2471-2475

 Year: September 2020

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A retail investor is an individual who invests small amounts in the schemes that too unprofessionally in order to get a sustainable return by taking a moderate risk. Investment behavior is guided by diversified underlying factors some may be demographic, economic, psychological factors. In order to get the intended investments from the individuals, the products offered should imbibe all the factors guiding the behavior of the investor. Awareness and investment may not be perfectly positive in relation but yes awareness and investment are positively related, as an individual who is aware of some investment alternatives has more chances of investing in it to a person who is not. Capital formation is a key for the development of any economy and individual investors have huge potential to fund the different development activities, so they should be aware of what products are available in the market and what these products can offer. Directing investors behavior in the right direction by considering the various multidimensional factors guiding them can serve the purpose. In light of the above, this paper studies the awareness of investors about various investment alternatives and the factors affecting their investment behavior, for the purpose descriptive and exploratory research is done with the help of a structured questionnaire. The data is of primary nature and 140 samples have been taken for the study. The percentage analysis method was used to draw conclusion. The paper concludes that some demographic factors does affect awareness and investments of individuals, it also inferred that digital media is playing an important role in creating awareness.


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Keywords: Retail investor, Capital Formation and Sustainable return

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  Paper Title: EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE USING TREATED SEA SAND AS FINE AGGREGATE

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  Title: EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE USING TREATED SEA SAND AS FINE AGGREGATE

  Author Name(s): Sakthidevi.I, Somyadevi.P

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2466-2470

 Year: September 2020

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The main motive of this project is to utilize the sea sand as fine aggregate in concrete for construction after the removal of chloride content from the sea sand. The corrosion making properly that called chloride content can be eliminated from the sea sand by using sand washing process. The concrete cubes and cylinders were cast and then the compressive strength, split tensile strength could be tested after curing duration for 7, 14 and 28 days. The scope of the project is used sea sand as fine aggregate in concrete.


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  Paper Title: STUDY ON THE PROPERTIES OF THE GEOPOLYMER COARSE AGGREGATE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009309
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  Title: STUDY ON THE PROPERTIES OF THE GEOPOLYMER COARSE AGGREGATE

  Author Name(s): R. Praveen Kumar, C. Bharathi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2462-2465

 Year: September 2020

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The concrete is the most commonly used construction material, coarse aggregate occupies the major volume of a concrete mix at about 65% of the total volume, as the material forecasts suggest that natural coarse aggregate are getting depleted in many regions of the world and a shortage of the coarse aggregate is predicted in the near future, an alternative for that is to developed hence a geopolymer aggregate is manufactured with fly ash and kaolin along with alkali activators sodium hydroxide (molarity 8) and sodium silicate with varying proportion is trialed to obtain an optimum proportion for the preparation of geopolymer coarse aggregate, in this paper the manufacturing method and the properties of the geopolymer aggregate is investigated and compared with the natural coarse aggregate properties and the surface characteristics of the aggregate is studied with the help of SEM analysis


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  Paper Title: ROLE OF ENHANCED CROP PRODUCTIVITY IN AGROBASED DEVELOPMENT OF ETHIOPIA: FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009308
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  Title: ROLE OF ENHANCED CROP PRODUCTIVITY IN AGROBASED DEVELOPMENT OF ETHIOPIA: FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

  Author Name(s): Tewodros Biru

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2447-2461

 Year: September 2020

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The government concerns have shifted from earlier emphasis on raising foreign exchange earnings by cash crops and the establishment of large-scale commercial farms and neglected cereal production from subsistence farmers which accounted more than 80% of the cultivated area. During the 1974�1991, by large towards increasing productivity of smallholders to attain food self-sufficiency at national level through research-generated information and technologies, increasing the supply of industrial and export crops and ensuring the rehabilitation and conservation of natural resource base. However, population growth, environmental degradation, climate-related decline of yield, low level of farm input innovation, capital constraints are among the pressing constraints. The direction, the rate of change and the level of steps the agriculture sector taking up on the ladder of transformation to commercialized agriculture from its initial subsistence. Of course, it should be noted that, except for the progress made during the last two and half decades, the agricultural sector in Ethiopia had remained stagnant for centuries with limited progress in few specific areas. Consequently, the outcome of the suggestion made in this paper is believed to serve as problem area indicators for concerned stakeholders to develop and implement corrective measures that could help to accelerate the speed of transforming the existing agriculture into profitable agriculture. Crops such as maize, teff, and wheat within the category of cereals have shown an increment that ranges from 1.65 qt/ha to 23.21 qt/ha for maize; from 0.48 qt/ha to 19.89 qt/ha for teff; and from 1.16 to 13.21 qt/ha for wheat over the last five years (2013/14-2017/18). Similarly, crops such as faba beans and linseed have shown an increment that ranges from 0.36 to 14.91 qt/ha for faba beans and from 3.60 to 25.67 qt/ha for linseed over 2013/14 and 2017/18 estimates following the same pattern, the results of the 2018/19. It is hoped and expected that these yield increments would rise further in future with the commitment and adoption of suggestions forwarded in this paper.


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  Paper Title: EVALUATION OF SOME FERMENTED MILK PRODUCTS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009307
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  Title: EVALUATION OF SOME FERMENTED MILK PRODUCTS

  Author Name(s): Sunita H. Patil

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2435-2446

 Year: September 2020

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The preservation method achieved by dairy industry is storage under refrigeration condition. Many dairy products are stored at refrigeration temperature by wholesale dealer and retailers but at this refrigeration temperature, milk and milk products allow the growth of psychrotrophic organisms. Considerable variations in incidence of psychrotrophs in fresh raw milk have been reported by different observers. Some difference may be regional or seasonal and some are associated with the methods of cleaning and disinfection of equipments in dairy. The aim of the present study was to monitor culturable mesophilic and psychrotrophic communities in fermented milk products collected from nine dairies included in Nasik division, that may influence milk and fermented milk products shelf-life. Enumeration of bacteria from these samples showed the presence of mesophilic as well as psychrotrophic bacteria in each of the sample and there was a considerable variation in mesophilic and psychrotrophic bacterial content amongst the samples. Chemical examination was carried out to decide the nutritive quality of fermented milk products. The chemical examination of fermented milk products includes determination of pH, acidity (in terms of lactic acid), fat, total solids, SNF, proteins, sucrose and ash contents. Chemical contents of all fermented milk products were within the range mentioned by Bureau of Indian Standards.


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  Paper Title: STUDY ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF RC BEAMS STRENGTHENED USING HYBRID FRP LAMINATES OF VARYING WIDTHS

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  Title: STUDY ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF RC BEAMS STRENGTHENED USING HYBRID FRP LAMINATES OF VARYING WIDTHS

  Author Name(s): Samyukta.R, Satheeskumar.V

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2426-2434

 Year: September 2020

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Fiber reinforced polymers (FRPs) are high tensile continuous fibers oriented in a desired direction in a special resin matrix. They are used as a confining reinforcement, externally bonded to the reinforced concrete (RC) beams to enhance their structural behavior. They enhance the ductility, shear and flexural capacities of the confined member. This project presents an experimental and analytical study on RC beams with external flexure strengthening by hybrid FRP sheets, which is a combination of Carbon FRP(CFRP) and Glass FRP (GFRP). The usage of hybrid FRPs provide both strength and ductility to the RC beam. The effect of the width of strengthening arrangements on the behavior of RC beams is investigated using two-point loading test. The strengthening effect of the FRP layers are interpreted using load-deflection pattern, ductility and the ultimate strength of the RC beams. The results are then compared with that of a conventional non-retrofitted specimen and the enhancement in the structural behavior of the specimen are presented. The analytical study involves finite element modelling using ABAQUS 6.14 and comparison of the results. Strengthening using hybrid FRPs is expected to enhance the life of the structure and thus cut down construction costs.


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