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  Paper Title: Medicinal values of Assamese Fruits

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135545

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  Title: MEDICINAL VALUES OF ASSAMESE FRUITS

  Author Name(s): Abanti Devi

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 747-750

 Year: July 2019

 Downloads: 40

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Assam has a rich diversity in fruit crops. Besides the fruits like banana, mango and citrus, there are so many good underutilized for indigenous fruits are available. Some of the indigenous fruits which exhibits high nutritive value with medicinal importance commonly used by rural people are discussed in this paper


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  Paper Title: Recent Advances in Cosmology: A Comprehensive Review of Research and News

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135523

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  Title: RECENT ADVANCES IN COSMOLOGY: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF RESEARCH AND NEWS

  Author Name(s): Dr AVADHESH KUMAR MISHRA

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 594-598

 Year: August 2019

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This review provides a comprehensive overview of recent advancements and noteworthy developments in the field of cosmology. Covering a wide range of topics, including the study of the universe's origins, its structure, and evolution, as well as cutting-edge research on dark matter, dark energy, and cosmic microwave background radiation, this review offers insights into the latest findings and theories shaping our understanding of the cosmos. From groundbreaking observational discoveries to theoretical breakthroughs, this abstract encapsulates the dynamic landscape of cosmology research, highlighting its ongoing quest to unravel the mysteries of the universe.This review encapsulates the forefront of cosmological research, providing an in-depth analysis of recent breakthroughs and discoveries that continue to redefine our understanding of the universe. Delving into the realms of inflationary cosmology, gravitational wave astronomy, and the search for elusive dark matter particles, this synthesis explores the latest observational data and theoretical frameworks driving progress in the field. Additionally, it examines the implications of recent advancements in cosmological simulations, multi-messenger astronomy, and the study of cosmic large-scale structures. By elucidating the interplay between observation and theory, this abstract offers a comprehensive overview of the current state of cosmology and underscores the ongoing quest to unravel the deepest mysteries of existence.


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  Paper Title: REVOLUTIONARY RESEARCH ON THE AI SENTRY: AN APPROACH TO OVERCOME SOCIAL ENGINEERING ATTACKS USING MACHINE INTELLIGENCE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135522

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  Title: REVOLUTIONARY RESEARCH ON THE AI SENTRY: AN APPROACH TO OVERCOME SOCIAL ENGINEERING ATTACKS USING MACHINE INTELLIGENCE

  Author Name(s): VENKATESWARANAIDU KOLLURI

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 590-593

 Year: August 2019

 Downloads: 55

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This paper presents a review on a revolutionary technology often referred to as ''The AI Sentry,''.This is an advanced technological strategy to combat social engineering attacks through artificial intelligence (AI). Social engineering attacks present tremendous threats to individuals, organizations, and nations by having the ability to misuse psychological factors to manipulate the victims into providing confidential information or carrying out certain actions that compromise security [1]. The cybersecurity measures of recent time usually fail to discern as well as thwart such elaborate attacks because these attacks are deceptively carried out and due to the human flaws. The AI Sentry employs machine intelligence technologies such as behavioral pattern analysis, anomaly detection and social engineering attack deception to perform the monitoring activities in real-time. Using Ai enabled functions in the cyber defenses [2], The AI Sentry emphasizes a proactive and adaptive methodology to increase security posture and immunity against social engineering attacks.Although the conventional methods of social engineering defense exhibited some success, they rely heavily on static rules and signatures, thus making it hard for them to keep pace with the fast evolving cyber criminals' tricks. Social engineering attacks have become more sophisticated and targeted making it necessary for the organizations to go beyond layered defense and equip themselves with more advanced and adaptive security measures such as machine learning based detection and behavior analytical tools to effectively deal with such issues.Nevertheless, the use of machine learning machinery in cybersecurity brings along challenges like reliability of data, model readability, and adversarial attacks. Ensuring that training data is provided with integrity and reliability is critical to avoid data biases and permit developing robust ML models. Besides, making sense of the inferences traced by highly nested neural networks proves to be a difficult task, resulting in debates in the realm of transparency and accountability.


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Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Defense, Real-time, Threat Detection, Incident Response, Adaptive Strategies, Cybersecurity, United States.

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  Paper Title: Serverless Architecture Patterns: Deep Dive into Event-Driven, Microservices, and Serverless APIs

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135475

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  Title: SERVERLESS ARCHITECTURE PATTERNS: DEEP DIVE INTO EVENT-DRIVEN, MICROSERVICES, AND SERVERLESS APIS

  Author Name(s): Ashutosh Tripathi

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 234-239

 Year: August 2019

 Downloads: 49

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Serverless computing has transformed how organizations create, develop, and launch applications, presenting unparalleled scalability, adaptability, and cost efficiency. Yet, realizing peak performance and durability within serverless frameworks necessitates a comprehension of architectural blueprints customized for this model. This whitepaper delves into sophisticated serverless architectural strategies, such as event-driven design, microservices, and serverless APIs. By examining these strategies and offering pragmatic guidance, organizations can harness the complete capabilities of serverless computing to spur innovation and provide meaningful benefits to their customers.


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  Paper Title: Factors affecting the process of Phytoremediation

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135309

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  Title: FACTORS AFFECTING THE PROCESS OF PHYTOREMEDIATION

  Author Name(s): Vinod Kumar Chaudhary

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 87-92

 Year: July 2019

 Downloads: 123

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In recent decades phytoremediation technique had been successfully utilized for its possible application in the field of remediation of contaminated sites. Both inorganic and organic contaminants are responsible for the pollution of environment i.e. soil and water. Phytoremediation because of its cost effectiveness and no generation of any secondary by-products has been given preference over other method of treatment as they are responsible for generation of secondary by-product that further requires treatment. Various types of plants are being employed in this technique. Various environmental factors including pH, availability of fertilizer, initial concentration of contaminant and activity of microbes plays an important role important role in the process of phytoremediation. Various factors that affect the process of phytoremediation are discussed in the present paper with main aim to develop the understanding among the researcher so that phytoremediation technique can be employed very easily.


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  Paper Title: EXPLORING THE MEDICINAL BENEFITS OF A NATURAL HEALING MARVEL CATHARANTHUS ROSEUS (L.) G. DON. - A REVIEW

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135291

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  Title: EXPLORING THE MEDICINAL BENEFITS OF A NATURAL HEALING MARVEL CATHARANTHUS ROSEUS (L.) G. DON. - A REVIEW

  Author Name(s): DR. ANILKUMAR . K .K

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 951-958

 Year: August 2019

 Downloads: 110

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Catharanthus roseus(L) G. Don, commonly known as Madagascar periwinkle, is a plant with a rich history of medicinal uses in various traditional healing systems. This plant possesses a diverse array of bioactive compounds, making it valuable for numerous therapeutic applications. This abstract provides an overview of the medicinal uses of Catharanthus roseus and highlights its potential in modern medicine. This plant has been traditionally employed in herbal medicine for its antidiabetic properties, primarily due to its ability to lower blood sugar levels. It contains alkaloids such as vincristine and vinblastine, known for their potent anticancer properties. These alkaloids inhibit cell division and have shown efficacy in treating various types of cancer. Furthermore, the plant possesses antihypertensive properties attributed to its alkaloid content, making it a potential remedy for managing high blood pressure. Its use in traditional medicine also extends to treating malaria, and in folk medicine the leaves have been utilized to treat diarrhoea and other gastrointestinal disorders. The plant also exhibits analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, which may offer relief from pain and inflammation. In recent years, research has focused on harnessing the potential of Catharanthus roseus for modern drug development. The isolated compounds from this plant have been incorporated into various pharmaceuticals, demonstrating promising outcomes in the treatment of cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. In conclusion, Catharanthus roseus stands as a remarkable plant with a wide range of medicinal properties. Its bioactive compounds hold immense potential for modern medicine, offering opportunities for the development of novel drugs to combat various health conditions. However, further research and clinical trials are necessary to fully explore and validate the therapeutic potential of this plant.


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  Paper Title: Co-operative Federalism in India

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135182

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  Title: CO-OPERATIVE FEDERALISM IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Umakanta Sahu

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 207-212

 Year: July 2019

 Downloads: 230

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The complexity and plurality of India gave our constitution a federal appearance with a unitary character. For smooth functioning of federalism in India emphasis is being given on cooperative federalism, where political dispensations at centre and stat belong to different ruling parties. The essence of cooperative federalism is that the centre and state government should be guided by the broader or national concerns of using the available resources for people's benefit. Different promises are made by the dispensation at the centre to maintain cordial relations with the state where other parties are in power but the scene is different.


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  Paper Title: Floral Biology and Pollination of Vigna catjang Endl.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1135167

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  Title: FLORAL BIOLOGY AND POLLINATION OF VIGNA CATJANG ENDL.

  Author Name(s): DR. HEMANTA SAHA

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 116-121

 Year: September 2019

 Downloads: 177

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Flower biology studies various floral characteristics, such as flowering time, flower morphology, number of stamens and type of anther dehiscence, number of pollen and ovules, presence of nectar and odor to determine reproductive success. Study the contribution of flowers to flower biology is related to pollination mechanisms. Floral biology and pollination are prerequisites for fruit and seed formation and for the development of various preservation protocols. The aim of this study is to elucidate the flower biology, flowering, pollen production and flower visitor foraging behavior of Vigna catjang Endl. Seeds of economically important plants belonging to the legume family and used as legumes.


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  Paper Title: A Study On The Financial Performance of Regional Rural Banks

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134982

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  Title: A STUDY ON THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ajay Singh Katoch

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 845-852

 Year: August 2019

 Downloads: 305

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At present time, RRBs (Regional Rural Banks) assumes a basic part in the development of rustic districts which essentially comprises of 2/third populace in all over India. RRBs give offices of ideal credit and different fundamental administrations which required for the help of individuals of provincial locales. The effectivity of provincial money profoundly depends on the money potential and capacity. At provincial level, RRBs are the one of the most significant and fundamental monetary and monetary association which gives different valuable offices to individuals of country districts. This examination and examination is fundamentally directed based on optional wellspring of data which was accumulated from the yearly report of NABARD. Thus, one might say that the monetary and monetary exhibitions of RRBs has expanded surprisingly.


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  Paper Title: MICROWAVE ASSISTED SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ISONIAZID CU(II) AND NI(II) COMPLEXES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134952

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  Title: MICROWAVE ASSISTED SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ISONIAZID CU(II) AND NI(II) COMPLEXES

  Author Name(s): Fouzia Rafat

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 644-647

 Year: September 2019

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In this work, metal complexes of the type, [M(INH)2(H2O)2](NO3)2, where M = Mn(II), Ni(II) and INH = isoniazid, have been synthesized and characterized by melting point, conductometric measurements, TGA, UV-Vis, IR studies. Both the complexes adopt octahedral geometry around the metal ion. The molar conductance of one milli-molar solution of the complexes measured in DMF indicates that the metal complexes are 1:2 electrolyte. The thermal analysis suggests that the complexes contain water molecules because metal oxide is left as residue.


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  Paper Title: An Evolution of Anti-Rape Laws in India after Nirbhaya’s case: An Analysis

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134877

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  Title: AN EVOLUTION OF ANTI-RAPE LAWS IN INDIA AFTER NIRBHAYA’S CASE: AN ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Aarti Sharma

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 63-74

 Year: September 2019

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  Paper Title: STUDY OF PHAGOSTIMULATORY EFFECTS OF FREE AMINO ACIDS IN HONEY BEES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134815

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  Title: STUDY OF PHAGOSTIMULATORY EFFECTS OF FREE AMINO ACIDS IN HONEY BEES

  Author Name(s): Dr. Kavita Saini

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 641-643

 Year: July 2019

 Downloads: 231

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Honeybees are well known to engage in highly preferential selection of the plant species whose flower they exploit for harvesting nectar, pollen or both at the same time. These are known to readily discriminate within various plants, selecting or tending to neglect others (Dhingra and Jain, 1995). Pollen is of vital importance to honeybees as it is the major source of nitrogenous food. Pollen is the ultimate source of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and amino acids to all the species of family Apidae. Honeybees being Polylectic in nature are attracted to a variety of flowers. There have been so far many attempts to discover differences in pollen nutrients from various species. In most pollen, carbohydrates and proteins constitute the major matter. The nutritive value of pollen however in different plant species varies considerably (Singh, 1996). Honeybees also exhibit differences in feeding preferences and survival when fed pollen of different plant species (Schmidt et al, 1995). A few plant species even do not attract honeybees inspite of fact these yield sufficient pollen (Dhingra and Jain, 1995). Certain plants in the vicinity of agriculture crop to be pollinated by bees may thus prove more attractive to the bees; as a result many targeted crop will appear neglected for pollination. There has been many such studies reporting the problem of plant competition or identifying non-crop plants competing with beneficial crop for visit by pollen collecting honeybees (Olsen et al, 1979). Despite the fact that honeybees feed up on specific or a variety of pollen as food, there has been much been much difficulty in finding suitable substitute for pollen. Poor acceptability of pollen substituent may result in part due to lack of proper nutrients or the phagostimulants. Inspite of the fact that many reports are available on pollen composition of various bee preferred plant hosts as well as the bee collected pollens, information on what makes pollen most attractive or what pollen component particularly the amino acids contributes to pollen collection in honeybees is still obscure. Robinson and Nation (1968) concluded that pollen had a phagostimulatory effect on adult worker bees and suggested the presence of neutral lipids or free amino acids. Schmalzel (1980) has hypothesized that amino acids in pollen may act as phagostimulant alone or in concerned with the other substances for recoganization and pollen by Apis. Among the local flora, contain oil seed crops as toria (Brassica campestris L.), Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.), sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) and some vegetable crops like radish (R.sativus.), onion (Allium cepa L.) etc. are of great importance to apiculturists. These crops exhibit differential attractivility for pollen collection to honeybees (Usha and Jain, 1996). It thus becomes imperative to make a qualitative analysis of the phagostimulatory effects of some of major pollen components of these hosts. This study was thus aimed with the primary objective to analyze response repertoire of different bee species towards pollen amino acids and their impact upon feeding bees on sugars.


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  Paper Title: MODELING THE MOISTURE DISTRIBUTION TO MEASURED AND SIMULATED PATTERN BY USING HYDRUS -2D

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  Title: MODELING THE MOISTURE DISTRIBUTION TO MEASURED AND SIMULATED PATTERN BY USING HYDRUS -2D

  Author Name(s): M.U. Kale, P.A.Gawande, R. S. Thute

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 388-394

 Year: September 2019

 Downloads: 236

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  Paper Title: MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ESTIMATING EVAPORATION FROM A FARM POND IN A SEMI-ARID REGION

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134771

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  Title: MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR ESTIMATING EVAPORATION FROM A FARM POND IN A SEMI-ARID REGION

  Author Name(s): P. N. Dalavi, P.A.Gawande, A.N.Mankar

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 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 381-387

 Year: September 2019

 Downloads: 255

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The present study used three existing models to estimate the rate of evaporation from pan and farm pond. Statistical analysis was performed to screen the models. The root mean square error (RMSE), percent deviation, coefficient of determination (R2), and scatter plot analysis reveal that for pan and pond evaporation Dalton model predict the evaporation rate close to the actual observed evaporation. Models were developed for predicting pan and pond evaporation on multiple linear regression, and energy balance method. For pan evaporation, model developed by energy balance method gave results with highest coefficient of determination (R2 = 0.9473), lowest root mean square error (1.1403 mmday-1) with closer association between estimated and observed evaporation. For pond evaporation the model developed by stepwise multiple linear regression analysis gave results with highest coefficient of determination (R2 = 0.9638), lowest root mean square error (0.7377 mmday-1) with closer association between estimated and observed evaporation.


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  Paper Title: UNDERSTANDING THE LITERARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN NOVELS

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  Title: UNDERSTANDING THE LITERARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN NOVELS

  Author Name(s): Dr. Swati Braham Singh

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 259-271

 Year: July 2019

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How do literary texts orient their readers towards conflicts over understanding the span in terms of time and era and orient accordingly to understand the literature in the right perspective. If we are successful in orienting the students in line with time and the socio - cultural environment in different eras, we shall be highly successful in making them understand the logic and background behind what and how of a piece of literature existing in any subcontinent. Our teaching of literature generally tends to be test centric, which means that we concentrate entirely on the text with referring to any other material-social, political, cultural, intellectual or literary which will help us to enhance our awareness of the text There is always the argument that we can get all these literary understandings from the text itself. But from a realistic viewpoint this is not always the case. Students have a limited awareness of alien environments and cultures and therefore their reading of a novel tends to be inadequate because they are unable to link the literary situation to the socio-cultural background. This is exactly the problem that David Daiches pointed out in his criticism of the New Critics. Daiches pointed out that the New Critics advocacy of not going beyond the page was putting the reader at a disadvantage because the ordinary reader would not have the depth and width of knowledge that the New Critics, who were very learned men, had. A reader, who would not have the critical insight which the new critics possessed, would therefore never get a complete understanding of the text.


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  Paper Title: IMPACT OF TELEVISION CARTOONS ON CHILDREN

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  Title: IMPACT OF TELEVISION CARTOONS ON CHILDREN

  Author Name(s): Padma Ponugoti

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 62-75

 Year: September 2019

 Downloads: 313

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  Paper Title: LING AEVAM PARIVESH KE ADHAR PAR SHIKSHA SNATAK KE VIDDHYARTHIO KI VYAVSHAYIK PARIPAKVATA KA ADDHYAYAN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134693

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  Title: LING AEVAM PARIVESH KE ADHAR PAR SHIKSHA SNATAK KE VIDDHYARTHIO KI VYAVSHAYIK PARIPAKVATA KA ADDHYAYAN

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ashok Kumar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 853-856

 Year: August 2019

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ling aevam parivesh ke adhar par shiksha snatak ke viddhyarthio ki vyavshayik paripakvata ka addhyayan


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  Paper Title: EARTHQUAKE CAUSES DIFFERENT SHAKING INTENSITIES AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS AND THE DAMAGE INDUCED IN BUILDINGS: A REVIEW

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  Title: EARTHQUAKE CAUSES DIFFERENT SHAKING INTENSITIES AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS AND THE DAMAGE INDUCED IN BUILDINGS: A REVIEW

  Author Name(s): Ahmed Sajid Basha

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 610-618

 Year: September 2019

 Downloads: 278

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For over 35 years now, field of earthquake engineering has existed in our country. There have been significant contributions to seismic safety of several important structures in our country by Indian engineers. It is also seen that due to lack of awareness amongst practicing engineers about provisions that needs to be followed in designing earthquake resistant buildings, the result has been less satisfactory for normal structures during past Earthquake in India. To prevent the buildings from earthquake excitations there are several techniques that are used nowadays such as base isolation, dampers, bracings, etc. This paper is a review on various researches carried out by various researchers and engineers on such systems. The paper consists of a short review on the tests and investigations on systems for earthquake resistance in buildings done by professors, students, etc of various universities from all over the globe and also focuses on the result they obtained. Due to fast urbanization construction of a large number of multi-storeyed buildings, many existing RCC buildings located in seismic zones are deficient to withstand earthquakes. In order fulfil the requirement of this increased population in the limited land the height of building becomes medium to high-rise. But during Bhuj earthquake, in Ahmedabad two buildings which were designed as per IS:1893-1984 and were found to be seriously damaged due to mass irregularity as a swimming pool was located at the 10th floor. During an earthquake, failure of structure starts at points of weakness. Generally weakness is due to geometry, mass discontinuity and stiffness of structure. Hence structures fail during earthquakes due to vertical irregularity. Vertical Mass irregularity is an important factor which is to be considered while designing multi-storeyed building. In this project work seismic analysis of RCC buildings with mass irregularity at different floor level are carried out. This paper highlights the effect of mass irregularity on different floor in RCC buildings with as Response Spectrum analysis was performed on regular and various irregular buildings using Staad-Pro.


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Multi-storey building, Seismic Analysis, Vertical Irregularity, Mass Irregularity, Storey drift, Storey Shear, Story Displacement.

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  Paper Title: HONOUR KILLING AND WOMEN: HUMAN RIGHT’S VIEW

  Publisher Journal Name: IJCRT

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134586

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  Title: HONOUR KILLING AND WOMEN: HUMAN RIGHT’S VIEW

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ramesh K, Dr. Kariyanna K.S

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 12-24

 Year: August 2019

 Downloads: 419

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Honour Killing, Khap Panchayats, Human Rights, Tradition, Family.

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  Paper Title: EFFECT OF YOGASANA ON SELECTED COMPONENTS OF MEN KABADDI PLAYERS

  Publisher Journal Name: IJCRT

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT1134523

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  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT1134523

  Register Paper ID - 217482

  Title: EFFECT OF YOGASANA ON SELECTED COMPONENTS OF MEN KABADDI PLAYERS

  Author Name(s): Mr. Suryakant Jalindar Shinde

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 492-495

 Year: September 2019

 Downloads: 425

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Yogasanas, Muscular Strength, Balance, Kabaddi and college Players

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The International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT) aims to explore advances in research pertaining to applied, theoretical and experimental Technological studies. The goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in and around the world.


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