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  Paper Title: IMPROVEMENT OF MATERIALS MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.wIJCRT1892336

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  Title: IMPROVEMENT OF MATERIALS MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

  Author Name(s): Nazar Mohammad , Rishabh Mahure

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 20-26

 Year: April 2018

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Contractor, CMMS Software, Materials, Management

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  Paper Title: EVALUATION OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY OF BULANDSHAHR CITY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.wIJCRT1892265

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  Title: EVALUATION OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY OF BULANDSHAHR CITY

  Author Name(s): Shiv kumar, Mohan priya

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1743-1748

 Year: April 2018

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The study is aimed at assessing the water quality index for drinking purposes of ground water of Bulandshahr city, U.P. Ground water quality has been determined by collecting 15 samples from different parts of Bulandshahr city. For calculating parameters such as pH, alkalinity, Total Hardness, TDS, Conductivity, Chloride, were considered No sample was found as excellent for drinking, although 1 sample out of all was found to be of good quality for drinking. More samples were declared poor for drinking purposes and 31.81 % samples were very poor for drinking purposes. This unsuitability of water quality of these samples is attributed to two factors i.e. large amount of waste water being discharged freely and over extraction of ground water by these industries. After analyzing the correlation between the parameters it was found that TDS showed a very strong relationship with conductivity and turbidity. The analysis revealed that the water of Bulandshahr is not good for drinking, thus it needed a pre-treatment before consumption and over extraction of ground water must be checked so as to curb the quality of ground water.


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  Paper Title: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW PASS BUTTERWORTH FILTER

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.wIJCRT1892259

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  Published Paper ID: - wIJCRT1892259

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  Title: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW PASS BUTTERWORTH FILTER

  Author Name(s): Akhilesh Chandra Gairola , Owais Ahmad Shah

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1703-1709

 Year: April 2018

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Keywords: Low Pass Filter, IE3D simulator, Vector Network Analyzer, Micro strip Filter

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  Paper Title: STUDY ON THE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE GENERATED IN THE DELHI CITY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.wIJCRT1892244

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  Title: STUDY ON THE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE GENERATED IN THE DELHI CITY

  Author Name(s): Mikwari Jean de Dieu , Mohan Priya

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1600-1605

 Year: April 2018

 Downloads: 3299

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Solid wastes constitute a mounting problem and have increased expanded mindfulness over late years. The measure of strong waste created on the planet is relentlessly expanding and no one cares about this problem. This paper present the study the solid waste generated in the delhi city and what are the major causes to generated by the help of government organizations. To trace the problem related to municipal solid waste management with some suggestion for better management. Delhi is the capital and having so much population in this area. All the data collected by the help of organizations such as CPCB, NEERI and different MCD Zones. this examination is prescribed that reasonable objectives and time spans should be built up, obligations and duties of national and nearby governments and industry illuminated and financing needs to be dispensed keeping in mind the end goal to create a viable waste administration structure in creating.


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Keywords: Solid waste management, CPCB, Delhi

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  Paper Title: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ECOFRIENDLY MATERIAL AND COST ESTIMATION OF THE PROJECT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.wIJCRT1892224

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  Title: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ECOFRIENDLY MATERIAL AND COST ESTIMATION OF THE PROJECT

  Author Name(s): Sumit Kumar Sudhanshu, Shipra Bhatia

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1463-1469

 Year: April 2018

 Downloads: 1548

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This study has been done as part of project for developing a comparison system of building materials, which could assist housing association in selecting the best available product for the best accessible item to reduce the natural effect of building. Buildings are the single biggest energy consumer in the Greater Noida and the NCR Region. In this case study, Study on the eco-friendly material used in Greater Noida construction site, analyse the quantity and the quality of the materials and quantify the cost of the eco friendly building material on the site. For this study, select the fly ash brick plant and autoclave aerated concrete (AAC) blocks plant in the Greater Noida city. Study the ingredients, quantity of materials, percentages of materials, setup of the plant and cost of the materials to make the fly ash brick and AAC blocks. This study concludes AAC block has large size and light weight as comparison to fly ash bricks. The compressive strength of the fly ash brick is more as comparison to the AAC blocks. The setup cost of the AAC block plants is more as comparison to the fly ash brick plant and also requirement of skilled labour for the AAC blocks. AAC blocks and fly ash brick uses pozzolanic materials which gives better strength, durable, environment friendly and resistance to chemical attack.


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Keywords: Autoclaved Aerated Block (AAC), Fly ash, Strength, Cost

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  Paper Title: DURABILITY STUDY ON LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE CONCRETE USING AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE (AAC) BLOCKS AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.WIJCRT1892221

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  Published Paper ID: - WIJCRT1892221

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  Title: DURABILITY STUDY ON LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE CONCRETE USING AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE (AAC) BLOCKS AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE

  Author Name(s): Hari Tyagi, Rishabh Mahure

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1439-1444

 Year: April 2018

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In Design of concrete structures, light weight concrete plays a prominent role in reducing the density and to increase the thermal insulation. In this experimental study, studied on the durability properties of lightweight concrete M-40 using crushed AAC blocks a lightweight aggregate as partial replacement of coarse aggregate has been carried out, by focusing on its ability to reduce dead load without significant reduction in compressive strength. For this study four concrete mixes marked as M-1, M-2, M-3 and M-4 were prepared with different replacement ratios (0, 10, 15 and 20 percent) of crushed AAC blocks with coarse aggregate and check the compressive strength after 7, 28 and 56 days of curing period. The test results shows that, AAC blocks replace by 10%, and 15% ,the compressive strength initially increases by is 4.34%, 12.12% and 11.28% and 1.1%, 2.13% and 0.77% respectively at 7days, 28 days and 56 days of curing period. At 20% replacement of crushed AAC blocks, compressive strength is going to decrease by 3.43%, 4.42% and 1.3% respectively at 7days, 28 days and 56 days of curing period. However, the strength of M-40 is achieved at 15% of optimum replacement of normal weight aggregate by crushed AAC blocks. Also the unit weight of cube specimens decreases by 5.16% with 15% replacement of normal weight aggregate with lightweight aggregate.


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  Paper Title: A REVIEW FOR TRIP GENERATION MODEL FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TRIP AT VATVA GIDC

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.WIJCRT1807062

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  Title: A REVIEW FOR TRIP GENERATION MODEL FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TRIP AT VATVA GIDC

  Author Name(s): Vardhman Mori, Siddharth Gupte, Khushbu Bhatt

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 537-538

 Year: April 2018

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Goods transportation is very important for the development of any nation. Generally Freight Transportation on roads is carried by Trucks. The aim of this thesis is to developed goods truck trip generation model for Vatva GIDC. The company survey is carried out by individual for data collection purpose. The model has been developed using multiple linear regression analysis and. This establishes relationship between the daily numbers of trucks and factors like total floor area, total production area, totals no lcv/hcv etc.


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Good transport, Truck trip, Goods truck trip generation.

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  Paper Title: RE-INVENTING TRADITION: A STUDY OF GIRISH KARNADS PLAYS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IRPUB1801001

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  Title: RE-INVENTING TRADITION: A STUDY OF GIRISH KARNADS PLAYS

  Author Name(s): Dr T Eswar Rao

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1-5

 Year: April 2018

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postmodernist erasure of boundaries has made humanities across cultures a seamless corpus of knowledge interface Euro-centricism, hitherto locking the abilities to engage with the other has been relocated in the epiphany moment of facing the other oriental epistemic discourse too reflected the same a priori delimitation of knowledge, for instance, Radhakrishnan Commission 1948 proposing a distinction between fact/nature event/society and values/spirit as subject matter of natural science, social science and humanities respectively. The time now has come to foreground, as Bakhtin would have it, the necessity of comparative dialogic to establish cross-cultural dialogic to eliminate homogenization of discourses and to deconstruct epistemic dominance of occidental knowledge. Similarly the Orientalist paradigm should change into more specifically, South-South dialogue of humanities and reconfiguration of the Asian problematic of singularities in humanities. The need for a shift a rethinking, to create what Derrida calls Transformed Humanities, New Humanities is absolutely imperative to reach a comprehensive understanding of mankind in general.


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Humanities, Culture, Tradition, mythology, Folk elements

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  Paper Title: Influence of Properties of commonly used Textile fibres in various Civil Applications – A Review

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802271

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  Title: INFLUENCE OF PROPERTIES OF COMMONLY USED TEXTILE FIBRES IN VARIOUS CIVIL APPLICATIONS – A REVIEW

  Author Name(s): Sr. Prof. Dr. P. A. Khatwani, Unnati S. Thakor

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1686 - 1689

 Year: April 2018

 Downloads: 1203

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TRC (Textile reinforced concrete) is like a whiz in the Civil Construction Market. From many years research and developments are going on for introducing fibres into the various applications to get the best results. People have started using textile fibres successfully in many of the application like fibre reinforced concrete, fibre reinforced plastic, medical textile, geo textile etc. In fibre reinforced concrete, the conventional concrete nature is to shrink as soon as it dries and the product changes its volume and starts generating minor cracks. Since, the water content inside the product had evaporated leaving the pores inside it into a minor crack. So, with the use of textile fibres it will be possible to some extent to reduce crack by evenly distributing fibres in the concrete mixture. The addition of fibres upto some extend will increase the tensile and compressive strength. However, different fibres provide different properties based on their nature. In this paper, we will study how different fibres like Polypropylene, Steel, Nylon, Acrylic, Carbon and Glass along with their properties and will compare them to understand that which fibre suits best for particular application. Also we will discuss about the best performer fibre that can be used for any particular end use application.


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  Paper Title: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT LOGICS OF DEMULTIPLEXER

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802270

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  Title: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT LOGICS OF DEMULTIPLEXER

  Author Name(s): Prof. B S Joshi

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1678 - 1685

 Year: March 2018

 Downloads: 1195

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Low power and high speed digital circuits are basic needs for any of digital circuit; De-multiplexer is a basic circuit for any digital circuit. In this paper de-multiplexer has been designed using CMOS, transmission gate pseudo nmos logic. The performance of designs has been compared in terms of power consumption, delay and transistor counts. The proposed design demonstrates the superiority in terms of power dissipation, delay and transistor counts, compared with existing 1:4 de-multiplexer and comparative analysis on 90nm and 45nm technology. The schematic of developed de-multiplexer has been designed and simulated using Tanner EDA tool.


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  Paper Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JOB SATISFACTION BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL ACADEMICIANS AT HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL IN AMRITSAR, PUNJAB

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802245

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  Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JOB SATISFACTION BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL ACADEMICIANS AT HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL IN AMRITSAR, PUNJAB

  Author Name(s): Amandeep Kaur, Kajal Chaudhary, Surjan Singh, Sakshi Bedi

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1513 - 1524

 Year: April 2018

 Downloads: 1046

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A good education is a precious good of each country and depends on the quality of a teacher who will bring forth the future citizens for each country. Both teacher and education are two sides of a coin and the important keys to successful and sustainable development. Teacher is a backbone of any nation. The role of teachers is not limited to communicating knowledge alone, but to increase the national perspective, efficiency and competence of future citizens. Its full performance depends on the collaboration between working environment and special needs. They play a prominent and valuable role in the development of a society as well as a nation. So, that it is necessary to evaluate for the improvement of their abilities. Improvement is possible if they are satisfied and motivated by the organizations. Two variables, i.e. Job satisfaction and ultimately teacher performance are of great importance to students, the education sector and the whole community. Job satisfaction is a set of positive or negative feelings and emotions that employees use to view their works. It refers to a collection of attitudes that workers have about their job. The Self- motivated and the satisfied teacher also prepare the quality of work. Dissatisfied teachers can never adequately fulfil their responsibilities. The study will be helpful for schools to identify the reasons of dissatisfaction of among their teachers. The purpose of this study was to compare the relationship of job satisfaction between public and private higher secondary school academicians to their job performance in Amritsar, Punjab. In addition, when teachers are satisfied with their work, they will nourish and maintain a high level of performance. If the teaching process is more impressive and dominant than teacher can lead to ambitious beginners.


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  Paper Title: ECONOMIC BENEFITS FROM SOIL CONSERVATION OF KORAPUT TRIBALS IN ODISHA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802242

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  Title: ECONOMIC BENEFITS FROM SOIL CONSERVATION OF KORAPUT TRIBALS IN ODISHA

  Author Name(s): Pradeepta Kumar Mishra

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1491 - 1502

 Year: July 2018

 Downloads: 1068

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There is a coherent and internal relationship between soil and all living organism on the earth. Survival rests on the top soil which is known as life supporting due to the productiveness of this layer. Koraput is the southern most district of Odisha. The district is located in south Eastern most Ghat mountain range. Some parts of the area occur at 150-1000 meters above the Mean Sea Level (MSL). The rigion is characterized by scatted, isolated, sharp and some series hills with forest cover. Gullies and ravines are steadily encroaching into productive table land of many major command areas. Excessive deforestation, overgrazing, faulty agricultural practice and the industrialization is the causes of erosion. Factors like climate (temperature, rainfall and wind), vegetation, topography (degree and lengrh of slope) and soil type (infiltration, permeability, soil depth, particle size) ultimately refers to its erosivity. The paper includes the analytical framework of soil economics with three objectives i.To Know Soil conservation Progrmmes and its implementation in the utterly backward rigion like Koraput of Odisha. ii. To know soil conservation practices in different plan periods in India and allocation of funds to this region. iii.To know the nature and extent of gains of tribal people from various soil conservation programmes and projects implemented in the area. Soil conservation activities are undertaken various agro-economical and socio-economic measures by various agencies. The central government and state governments have launched many policies, Programmes to protect the soil erosion to increase the productivity of tribal people. The study hoever around this proposition.


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Soil Conservation, Deforestation, River Valley Catchment Area, Soil Erosion, Watershed, Common Property Resources.

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  Paper Title: CLRG PROPERTY IN METRIC SPACES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802241

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  Title: CLRG PROPERTY IN METRIC SPACES

  Author Name(s): Rashmi Rani

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 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1488 - 1490

 Year: April 2018

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In this paper we prove a common fixed point theorem for a pair of weakly compatible maps in a metric space using CLRg property. Our proved result extend and generalize multitude of common fixed point theorems existing in the literature.


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  Paper Title: QUADRUPLE OF SELF MAPS IN METRIC SPACE AND COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREMS

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  Title: QUADRUPLE OF SELF MAPS IN METRIC SPACE AND COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREMS

  Author Name(s): Rashmi Rani

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1484 - 1487

 Year: April 2018

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Using property (E.A.) and its variants, we prove some common fixed point theorems for quadruple of weakly compatible self maps in metric space in this paper. Our results extend and unify various known results in literature. We also give application of proved result for four finite families of maps.


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Metric space, property (E.A), common property (E.A), JCLRST property, common fixed point, coincidence point.

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  Paper Title: Common Fixed Point Theorem for Weakly Compatible maps in G – metric spaces

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  Title: COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREM FOR WEAKLY COMPATIBLE MAPS IN G – METRIC SPACES

  Author Name(s): Rashmi Rani

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1481 - 1483

 Year: April 2018

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  Paper Title: SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND RETROFITING OF EXISTING BUILDING IN NEPAL

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  Title: SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND RETROFITING OF EXISTING BUILDING IN NEPAL

  Author Name(s): Saroj Bhattarai, Dr. D.S.V. Prasad

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1447 - 1480

 Year: July 2018

 Downloads: 1060

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The Nepal(Gorkha) earthquake (Mw=7.8) of April 25, 2015 caused widespread damages that took many lives, ruptured lands and damaged many buildings, heritages and monuments. The disaster turned out to be perilous for many non-engineered masonry structures in rural part of the country. Nepal being a developing country, most of the rural houses are non-engineered. The seismic vulnerability of these types of buildings is presumed to be very high. As Nepal, lying in a very high seismic zone, an immediate attention is imperative to improve the seismic resilience of such buildings. To qualify the status and seismic resistivity of these buildings a typical building is to be taken and computer modeled. The modeled building is to be simulated at various magnitude of earthquake and the effects are to be noted and studied. This simulation shows the seismic resistivity and failure of the buildings at various points. These weak points are to be identified and retrofitted by using various available methods.


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  Paper Title: PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD AND RISK ANALYSIS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802237

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  Title: PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD AND RISK ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Binaya Sagar Khadka, Dr. D.S.V. Prasad

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1419 - 1446

 Year: July 2018

 Downloads: 1064

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Devastating Gorkha Earthquake of 25 April and 12 May 2015, has displaced around 8 million people in Nepal, where 498,852 private houses and 2,656 government buildings were completely destroyed. Hundreds of settlements were shattered leaving homeless across 31 districts with 14 districts suffering the highest impact. Around 250 thousand private houses and 3600 government buildings were partially damaged, which needs to be restored back. Initial reports from Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) states requirement of NPR 669 billion for reconstructing damaged properties and infrastructure. In this Scenario, for a country like Nepal having Kathmandu as its capital city, the seismic hazard analysis is a most to mitigate the future risk and preparedness. This helps to aware the residing people and government as well as non-governmental organizations to take needed precautions for minimizing the Risk of Pre and Post-disaster. During this analysis, number of typical residential buildings will be taken and analysed for seismic hazard. The conclusion will be drawn for number of typical buildings and its future risk based on property and life casualty.


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  Paper Title: APPLICATION OF CAD/CAM IN THE PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FOR A MECHANICAL COMPONENT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802236

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  Title: APPLICATION OF CAD/CAM IN THE PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FOR A MECHANICAL COMPONENT

  Author Name(s): Sudheer Kumar B N, Harsha G O , Amruth C H

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 6

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 1412 - 1418

 Year: July 2018

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  Paper Title: GST vis-à-vis Effect on Indian Economy

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJPUB1802235

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  Title: GST VIS-à-VIS EFFECT ON INDIAN ECONOMY

  Author Name(s): Dr. Dipti Gala

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  Paper Title: EVALUATION OF PHYTOTOXICITY LEVELS OF PARTHENIUM HYSTEROPHORUS ON TRITICUM AESTIVUM.

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  Title: EVALUATION OF PHYTOTOXICITY LEVELS OF PARTHENIUM HYSTEROPHORUS ON TRITICUM AESTIVUM.

  Author Name(s): Raj Shikha, Ashok Jha

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 Volume: 6

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 Pages: 1404 - 1408

 Year: July 2018

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For the evaluation of phytotoxic levels of aquous extracts of leaf, stem and root of Parthenium hysterophorus on the rate of seed germination, length of root and shoot and Seed Vigour Index in Triticum aestivum, laboratory experiment in petri dishes was conducted in the Department of Botany, Jai Prakash University, Chapra in 2017. The treatments were 15%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% concentrations of aquous extracts of leaf, stem and root of Parthenium. Data collected on seed germination, length of root and shoot and SVI values were analysed using SPSS programme for Pearsons Correlation Coefficient, Tukey HSD and Post HOC tests. The inhibition rate in seed germination ranged from 6.49 to 75.32; 6 to 22; and 0 to 2%, whereas inhibition rate in root length varied from 20.06 to 37.46%, 6.45 to 43.45% and 1.69 to 24.78% respectively in leaf, stem and root extracts. The inhibitory impact of leaf extract was observed more on SVI values compared to stem and root extracts. The impact of different plant parts, treatments and interaction of plant parts and treatments did not differed significantly for the rate of seed germination, however root length and shoot length values were significantly different at p < 0.000. The phytotoxic impact was recorded for root length and shoot length of T.aestivum however the rate of seed germination was not inhibited significantly. On the basis of phytotoxicity levels the plant parts of Parthenium for T.aestivum can be arranged as leaves > stems > roots.


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