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  Paper Title: A STUDY OF HUMAN RIGHTS EXISTENCE IN ANCIENT INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211599

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  Title: A STUDY OF HUMAN RIGHTS EXISTENCE IN ANCIENT INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr.Yashpal Singh

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: f1-f7

 Year: November 2022

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In the present paper we study that in addition to being in complete agreement with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations, ancient India's human rights also serve as a model for contemporary thought in the region. "Nobody is superior or inferior," states the Rig Veda. All of them are brothers. Working together for the common good and progress should be the goal of everyone. According to Article 15, everyone is entitled to a nationality. According to Article 16, the family is entitled to protection from society and the state because it is the natural and fundamental group unit of society. No one shall be denied the right to alter or lose their nationality at random. In ancient India, the individual also existed as a state citizen with rights and responsibilities. The Vedas proclaim freedom of body (Tan), dwelling house (Skridhi), and life (Jibase), which was the ideal of ancient Indian legal theory. Human rights were thought of and practiced in ancient India, according to the study above. Inscriptions, coins, and contemporary art and architecture all show how human rights have been implicitly expressed in the Bible. The Dharmastras and Grihastra, which define one's relationship with others, society, and the state, and vice versa, outline the Hindu way of life. In addition, they establish certain standards, obligations, and rights. The sixteen samskaras, which contain every contradiction and aberration, govern every Indian's life from birth to death. For instance, the marriage samskara establishes a couple's relationship and defines their rights and responsibilities toward one another and society as a whole. The forfeiture of Istrdhana's marriage-related propriety rights has been accepted by Kautilya, Manu, and others.


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  Paper Title: A CHRONICLE OF THE PEACOCKS AN ALLEGORY AGAINST WAR

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211598

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  Title: A CHRONICLE OF THE PEACOCKS AN ALLEGORY AGAINST WAR

  Author Name(s): Dr. Shivani Sharma

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e992-e996

 Year: November 2022

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Parable, Allegory, Nuclear Explosion, Brahmastra, Chronicle, Peacocks.

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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON THE PRE-& POST LIBERALIZATIONS OF INDIAN ECONOMY AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FOREIGN TRADE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211597

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  Title: A STUDY ON THE PRE-& POST LIBERALIZATIONS OF INDIAN ECONOMY AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FOREIGN TRADE

  Author Name(s): Niraj Kumar, Dr. Himanshu Shekhar

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e985-e991

 Year: November 2022

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  Paper Title: Aalochkon ke drishti mein Kamayani ke stree patra: ek samiksha

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211596

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  Title: AALOCHKON KE DRISHTI MEIN KAMAYANI KE STREE PATRA: EK SAMIKSHA

  Author Name(s): Ritu Kumari

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e978-e984

 Year: November 2022

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Aalochako ki drushti me kamayani ke stree patra-ek samshya


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  Paper Title: DRUG RECOMMENDATION SYSTEM ON IMBALANCED MEDICAL DATA USING SMOTE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211595

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  Title: DRUG RECOMMENDATION SYSTEM ON IMBALANCED MEDICAL DATA USING SMOTE

  Author Name(s): YELIKE SAI VENKATA VAMSI KRISHNA

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e968-e977

 Year: November 2022

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Nowadays there is a lot of imbalanced data present on the web in several areas like medical, business, insurance, banks, research centers, and so on. All these imbalanced data are creating a lot of gaps for the researchers to gain any new information based on the primitive data. Since the corona virus emerged, it has been increasingly difficult to get legitimate therapeutic resources, such as the scarcity of specialists and healthcare professionals, appropriate equipment and medications, etc. There are many deaths as a result of the medical profession as a whole being in distress. People started taking medications independently without the proper consultation because they weren't readily available, which made their health conditions worse than usual. Recently, machine learning has proven useful in a variety of applications, and creative work for automation is on the rise. The goal of this research is to present a medicine recommendation system that significantly decreases the need for specialists. Because they are doctor-friendly, emerging technologies like machine learning, deep learning, and data mining can help us investigate the history of medicine and lower medical errors. In order to identify the top few medications for a condition, this research suggests a drug recommendation system that uses word2vec sentiment analysis on patient review data


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  Paper Title: QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE STUDY FOR IMPACT EVALUATION OF A RESEARCH PROGRAMME FOR UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS - EVIDENCE GENERATING COMMUNITY HEALTH INTERVENTION PROJECT (EVIGENCHIP)

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211594

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  Title: QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE STUDY FOR IMPACT EVALUATION OF A RESEARCH PROGRAMME FOR UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS - EVIDENCE GENERATING COMMUNITY HEALTH INTERVENTION PROJECT (EVIGENCHIP)

  Author Name(s): Sunil Doshi, Sheetal Chhaya, Kalpesh Zanzrukiya, Divyang Patel, Lavlesh Kumar

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e963-e967

 Year: November 2022

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Background:Lesser number of undergraduate (UG) MBBS students carries the concept of biomedical research. In order to achieve the endeavour of creating globally at par Indian medical graduates, it appears obligatory to introduce research aptitude among UG medical students. More than a decade back, Medical Education Unit of SBKS Medical Institute& Research Centre, SumandeepVidyapeeth, formulated and running a research orientation programme to involve and enrich the UG medical students in biomedical research during their 3rd first professionals . The programme is named as Evidence Generating Community Health Intervention Project(EviGenCHIP). Aims and Objectives:1. To evaluate the impact of EviGenCHIP Programme. 2. To assess research aptitude and research profile of the trained students.3.To appraise feedback from the faculty about the programme. Methodology: This was an observational study conducted at department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, SBKSMI&RC in duration of 4 months after approval from Institutional Ethics Committee. A Quantitative & Qualitative study conducted on UG students and teaching faculties trained under EviGenCHIP. Total number of students participated in this study were 100 for quantitative study. 4 batches of focused group, each group comprising of 6 students, i.e. 24 students and one group of 6 faculties were be recruited for qualitative study. Non-randomised sampling method was adopted to recruit the participants in Focused Group Discussion. Observations: This programme does have an impact on most of the students who participated in this programme which is reflected in content analysis of Focus group discussion and Quantitative data analysis. Conclusion: This unique programme is a necessity in formal medical undergraduate education and those students who were interested and are properly mentored reflected positive impact on their research aptitude.


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  Paper Title: A MODERN APPROACH TO PREDICT HEART DISEASE USING NEURAL NETWORKS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211593

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  Title: A MODERN APPROACH TO PREDICT HEART DISEASE USING NEURAL NETWORKS

  Author Name(s): Murali Mohan T, Yugandhar Bokka, Karunakar K, Archana G

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e958-e962

 Year: November 2022

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Obese individuals have a high possibility of developing Cardio Vascular Disease (CVD), which should be because of an alteration in the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) .Heart Rate Variability (HRV) can be utilized to recognize the progressions in ANS movement. An HRV is a device to gauge the ANS action utilizing linear and non- linear HRV features. In this paper, we address the impact of weight on ANS utilizing HRV parameters. At first, two sets of twenty counts are taken; one set contains obesity and one more set is non-obesity regardless of gender, between the ages of 20 to 50. The measurably massive distinction between the two sets was noticed using the Independent t-test. Measurable consequences of the review show the sympathovagal imbalance because of reduced parasympathetic movement. To come up with exact outcomes, we executed deep learning techniques. This paper essentially represents two best profound learning calculations: RNN (Recurrent Neural Network) and LSTM (Long Short-Term Memory). The experimental results show that the LSTM expectation impact is superior to RNN in terms of recognizing CVD.


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  Paper Title: A CASE STUDY OF TRACE ELEMENTS (BORON AND LEAD) ON THE PROPERTIES OF GREY CAST IRON

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211592

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  Title: A CASE STUDY OF TRACE ELEMENTS (BORON AND LEAD) ON THE PROPERTIES OF GREY CAST IRON

  Author Name(s): SANJEEV KUMAR

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e951-e957

 Year: November 2022

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  Paper Title: IMPACT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON MARKETING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MARKETING

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211591

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  Title: IMPACT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON MARKETING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MARKETING

  Author Name(s): Aadil Ahmad malik, Ms Sapna

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e948-e950

 Year: November 2022

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The purpose of Artificial intelligence (AI) in marketing is to continually monitor and anticipate the next purchase decision of the consumers in mind and improve their overall "journey." The potential of AI can be seen in its primary components: big data, machine learning, and robust solutions. The idea"big data "big data" means that marketers can combine and categorize massive quantities of data using a minimum of manual effort. Utilizing this data, they can be confident that they will send the correct message to the appropriate people at the right moment through the preferred channel. Machine learning (deep learning) lets marketers comprehend and draw logic from huge data collection. They can predict consumption trends, track and analyze customer purchases, and predict future customer behavior. Producing robust solutions means that we are in a time when machines can comprehend the world the same as we do. Devices can recognize concepts and themes in the spectrum of data, interpret emotions and human communication, and provide appropriate responses to the needs of consumers. They can quickly determine the behavior and choices of buyers and then use the data to address issues in the future. In the years to come, marketers can expect more significant AI impact through better-informed searches, more effective ads, improved content delivery, reliance on bots, and continuous learning. They protect against fraudulent activities and data breaches such as sentiment analysis, image and voice recognition, sales forecasts, and language recognition, as well as predictors of customer services, segmentation of customers, and more. This paper seeks to determine the relationship between marketers and AI machines.


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  Paper Title: STUDY AND ANALYSIS ON MACHINE LEARNING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SMART AGRICULTURE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211590

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  Title: STUDY AND ANALYSIS ON MACHINE LEARNING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SMART AGRICULTURE

  Author Name(s): Gorati Sravan kumar, 2Sushma Niveni Pindiga

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e938-e947

 Year: November 2022

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The goal of this research was to make an assessment of where AI and ML have been applied so far in agriculture and to make some educated speculations about where the field might go from here. This research takes a systematic literature review approach to the articles already published across a variety of scientific platforms that explore the overlap between artificial intelligence (AI) and supply chain management (SC) and machine learning (ML) in the food industry (FT). In this work, we propose a strategy for decreasing agricultural risks and bolstering smart farming practises. The wireless AI-based sensor will raise the bar for intelligent agriculture, which has seen progress in the past. In order to improve prediction in its current form, this research uses image-processing based machine learning techniques. Detecting and controlling cotton leaf diseases is the main objective of this study. The study covers a wide range of topics, including the detection of diseases on leaves, a server-based remote monitoring system, moisture and temperature sensing, and soil sensing. Plant illnesses caused by insects and other pathogens can drastically cut harvest yields if not treated promptly. In this study, we describe a system for assessing soil quality and warding against diseases that affect cotton leaves. Artificial intelligence's regression technique is used by the proposed system to detect and categorise leaf rots. After the virus


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  Paper Title: ‘EVALUVATE THE EFFICACY OF ASHWAGANDHA TAIL ABHYANG IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KARSHYA’’

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211589

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  Title: ‘EVALUVATE THE EFFICACY OF ASHWAGANDHA TAIL ABHYANG IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KARSHYA’’

  Author Name(s): Dr.sheetal bansode

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e926-e937

 Year: November 2022

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According to modern science Karshya can be correlated with under nutrition. According to WHO adolescent constitute 20% of global population and near about 22% of Indian population Nutritional deficiency and iron deficiency anemia are very common and has a negative effect on their growth and development. In modern era false habit of taking food without the urge of hunger, fast food, junk food growing rapidly in Indian culture. Late night sleep is the major reason to worsen mental and social health of young generation. These faulty habit leads to Mandagni which directly affects digestion. According to Sushruta due to the diet and various procedures including both physical and mental which pacifies Vata Dosha causes improper formation of Rasadhatu (either in less amount or with default) causing improper formation of succeeding Dhatu resulting in Karshya. So role of Abhyanga and diet modification plays important role in the management of Karshya. Ayurveda has its uniqueness in the prevention of any disease. For it in the classics daily regimen has been mentioned (Dinacharya Upakrama). Abhyanga (Ayurvedic oil massage) described in the ancient science and practicized all over the globe in various form has both preventive and curative effect and found beneficial in many diseases. So the topic taken to study the efficacy of Ashwagandha Tail Abhyanga in the management of Karshya.


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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON STRESS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF GADAG CITY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211588

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  Title: A STUDY ON STRESS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF GADAG CITY

  Author Name(s): Smt Veena Tirlapur, Miss Vijayalaxmi Hiremath, Miss Laxmi Kalakeri

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e915-e925

 Year: November 2022

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Key words: Women Entrepreneurship, Stress, Occupation, Enterprise, India.

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  Paper Title: MENTAL WELL-BEING STATUS OF HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS DURING THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD INDUCED BY COVID-19

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  Title: MENTAL WELL-BEING STATUS OF HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS DURING THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD INDUCED BY COVID-19

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ishita Halder, Dr. Sunita Bera

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e907-e914

 Year: November 2022

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  Paper Title: A REVIEW ON THERAPEUTIC APPLICATION OF RUTHENIUM COMPLEXES

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  Title: A REVIEW ON THERAPEUTIC APPLICATION OF RUTHENIUM COMPLEXES

  Author Name(s): Maruthachalam Mohanraj, Pooja Rajagopalan, Rayappan Rajkumar, Ravikumar Raju

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e900-e906

 Year: November 2022

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Abstract: To create a comprehensive treatment for cancer, the compound of cis-platin, a platinum compound, is particularly effective against malignancies and need to evolve a drug with minimum side effects. They have harmful effects on normal cells. As a result, the potential for additional components to act as anti-cancer agents was widely examined. Metal complexes such as Ru and Au demonstrated anti-cancer activity. Ru-complexes, in particular, were far more effective against cancer cells and had less adverse effects. Several Ru complexes, including Ru-Hydrazone complexes, Ru-Arene complexes, and Organo-Ru complexes, have been discovered to be highly effective against cancer cell development. NAMI-A (Trans-[RuCl4(DMSO)(Im)) and (KP1019)21 Indazolium trans-[tetrachlorobis(1H-indazole) ruthenate(III)] are two significant Ru complexes that have entered clinical trials, showing good tumour inhibition and minimal damage to normal cells. This is a brief overview of the various forms of Ru- complexes that operate as anticancer agents.


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  Paper Title: DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO IRRIGATION IN NORTH GUJARAT: A REVIEW

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  Title: DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO IRRIGATION IN NORTH GUJARAT: A REVIEW

  Author Name(s): Abararahemad Abdulrazzak Khalak, Jheel Rajendrabhai Gopat, Prince Rajeshbhai Sutariya, Krunal Prajapati, Mehul Patel

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e897-e899

 Year: November 2022

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In dry and semi-dry locales, the water system works on monetary returns and can help create by up to 400%. Then again, the serious issues on traditional (surface water system) water systems for parched and semi-bone-dry locales are soil saltiness, soil alkalinity, soil scattering, soil barrenness, the ascent of the water table and contamination of the surface and underground assets because of over-water system rehearses and over-use of compound agri-inputs. In this way, Turkey has put forth impressive an attempt to change over from ordinary water system frameworks to current water system frameworks for the last ten years. Service of Agribusiness, Food, and Animals have remunerated 50 % of all venture costs for the compressed water system frameworks beginning around 2007. Considering the decided impacts of the miniature water system on water saving, liters of drinking water per kilo of yield by surface water system for cotton, hay, corn, winter wheat, and watermelon in semi parched locale Subsequently, how much water system water of 5 000-6 000 m3 for each ha are utilized in the advanced water system frameworks (miniature water system) while water in excess of 10 000 m3 for every ha is utilized for traditional water system. This paper presents the effects of miniature water system advances as far as harvest water destructive use, crop yield, climate, powerful manure use, maintainability, and wages for current agribusiness.


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  Paper Title: CRITICAL APPRAISAL ON USE OF COIR REINFORCEMENT FOR SUB-GRADE OF ROADS

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  Title: CRITICAL APPRAISAL ON USE OF COIR REINFORCEMENT FOR SUB-GRADE OF ROADS

  Author Name(s): Abararahemad Abdulrazzak Khalak, Parghi Hina jayanti Bhai, Varsat pinal vinod Bhai

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e893-e896

 Year: November 2022

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we discuss the founding of different research papers published so far using Coir across the globe in road construction. Coir is widely used for a period of time in the construction of pavements as a soil reinforcer. It is environment-friendly, biodegradable and sustainable hence does not poses any problem of disposal. The present study predominantly focuses on the utilization of coir improving the strength properties of lime balanced out sub-grade soil and then its cost benefits in designing flexible pavement for rural roads. Soil subgrade is a key component of pavement, as they have to finally bear the burden coming over the pavement. Taking everything into account, the soil subgrade should not be overemphasized at whatever point. The construction of streets in a large portion of the spots across the country is confronted with serious issues because of weak sub-grade soil. The critical studies on the use of lime, coir, and other filaments in the development of soil subgrade. The behavior of fiber-reinforced soil and how it meets the need for lime addition and other industrial wastes has also been studied.


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  Paper Title: STUDY OF THE FARM, STRUCTURE, CROPPING PATTERN AND CROPPING INTENSITY ON POTATO GROWING SAMPLE FARM IN GORAKHPUR DISTRICT OF UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

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  Title: STUDY OF THE FARM, STRUCTURE, CROPPING PATTERN AND CROPPING INTENSITY ON POTATO GROWING SAMPLE FARM IN GORAKHPUR DISTRICT OF UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr.Hraday Kumar, Dr.Ram Sahay Chaubey, Dr. Satish Chandra Verma

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e886-e892

 Year: November 2022

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Potato is one of the most important cash crops of the country in a place of pride in the vegetable kingdom. The present study on farm structure, cropping pattern, cropping intensity was conducted in Campiereganj block of Gorakhpur district of eastern Uttar Pradesh. The district was selected purposively. 60 farmers were selected by simple random sampling method. There are 28 marginal 18 small, 8 medium and 6 large farmers from five selected villages of the one block of the district. The farm level data and required information of potato growing farmers pertaining to crop year 2019-2020. The average size of holding at the overall level for all the groups worked out 2.02 hectare. On an average, area in Kharif season was observed to be 1.94 ha, Rabi season 1.86 ha and zaid season 0.072 ha. Overall area under potato was observed to be 0.841 ha./farm The cropping intensity at the overall level was worked out 192.82 percent. It was highest in marginal size was (194.23 percent) followed by small (193.80 percent), medium (192.20 percent) and large (191.07 percent), respectively. At overall per farm total value of farm implements and machinery was observed to be Rs.365012.70. At overall level, livestock value in farm was worked out Rs.66182.92. On overall farm per farm investment was positively related with holding size.


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  Paper Title: A REVIEW: HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF GUJARAT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2211582

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  Title: A REVIEW: HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF GUJARAT

  Author Name(s): Krunal Prajapati, Radhe Badrinarayan Patel, Priyanka Maheshbhai Pandya, Abarar A. Khalak, Mehul Patel

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e882-e885

 Year: November 2022

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Water assets are normal assets of water that are potentially value for people, for instance as a wellspring of drinking water supply or water system water. 97% of the water on the earth is salt water and just 3% is new water, somewhat more than 66% of this is frozen in ice sheets and polar ice covers. water asset is in shortage. Water contamination, water struggle, and environmental change. new water is an inexhaustible asset. World inventory of groundwater is consistently diminishing with exhaustion happening most conspicuously in Asia, South America, and North America, in spite of the fact that it is as yet muddled how much regular restoration adjusts this utilization, and climate eco frameworks are undermined. Gujarat, situated in the Western area of India, has generally 2.63% of the country's freshwater assets, though 4.86% of the nation's populace. The State is very nearly a significant water emergency. In this paper, the creator dissects the precipitation systems, surface hydrology, groundwater hydrology, and water supplies water use. At last, the creator examines its suggestions for manageability. The examination is completed for four unmistakable zones, to be specific, south and focal Gujarat, north Gujarat, Saurashtra, and Kachchh..


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  Paper Title: “AWARENESS OF HEALTH INSURANCE AMONG ADOLESCENTS”

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  Title: “AWARENESS OF HEALTH INSURANCE AMONG ADOLESCENTS”

  Author Name(s): Mr Fakru Khan Y, Dr.P. Srinivas Rao

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e875-e881

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Key Words: Health Insurance, Adolescents, Awareness

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  Paper Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON METAL ION REDUCING ABILITY, PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF FLOWER, STEM AND LEAF PARTS OF TODALIA ASIATICA (LINN.) LAM.

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  Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON METAL ION REDUCING ABILITY, PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF FLOWER, STEM AND LEAF PARTS OF TODALIA ASIATICA (LINN.) LAM.

  Author Name(s): Ravikumar Raju, Dinesh kumar Matheshwaran, Rayappan Rajkumar, Mohanraj Maruthachalam

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 Volume: 10

 Issue: 11

 Pages: e863-e874

 Year: November 2022

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Todalia asiatica (Linn.) Lam., GC-MS analysis, AgNPs, Antioxidant activity, FRAP, Antibacterial, Green synthesis.

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