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  Paper Title: ``NAWABS MONUMENTS OF FAIZABAD SPEAK THEIR HISTORY THROUGH INSCRIPTIONS.``

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  Title: ``NAWABS MONUMENTS OF FAIZABAD SPEAK THEIR HISTORY THROUGH INSCRIPTIONS.``

  Author Name(s): Akhlaq Ahmad , Md.Hifzur Rahman

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2502-2508

 Year: October 2020

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In the historiography of a particular place, it is necessary to know that in the history of that place, what is the history of the era before which we are trying to describe? Each place always has a different history and is marked by different names in different eras.Just like Ayodhya, the capital of the ancient Kosala kingdom, was known by various names from time to time. Sometimes Ayodhya, sometimes Saket, sometimes Visakha and sometimes Vinita was also called. Similarly, Ayodhya was called Awadh during the time of Mughal Emperor Akbar in the second half of the medieval period But when the Nawabs arrived in Awadh, first of all, a raw fort was built on the banks of Saryu river near Ayodhya with soil, wood etc Which is named as "Bangla." The entire area near this Bangla later became famous as the city of "Faizabad." and besides being the capital of Awadh, it was also the center of political activities of the whole of Awadh.The influence of Mughal architecture on the architecture of Nawab Yugin Faizabad clearly also, the use of Jaunpur style can be seen. Nawab Shuja-Ud-Daula developed Faizabad as the capital of Awadh during his tenure, grand buildings were built here.Nawab Shuja-Ud-Daula developed Faizabad as the capital of Awadh. During his tenure, grand buildings were built here.Nawab Shuja-Ud-Daula developed Faizabad as the capital of Awadh. During his tenure, grand buildings were built here in which many palaces, forts, markets and gardens etc. are prominent. After this, Bahu Begum built many royal mosques in Faizabad city.Under his direction, a grand mausoleum of Nawab Shuja-Ud-Daula was built at Gulab Bari in Faizabad. After the death of Bahu Begum in 1815, a grand mausoleum was also built on the Allahabad road Which is a sample of unmatched architecture in Faizabad as well as the whole of Awadh. At present, except for the tomb of Shuja-Ud-Daula at Gulab Bari and the tomb of Bahu Begum at Naka, all other buildings are dilapidated.


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  Paper Title: HEAVY METALS TOXICITY AND ITS EFFECT ON HEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN ALBINO RATS

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  Title: HEAVY METALS TOXICITY AND ITS EFFECT ON HEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN ALBINO RATS

  Author Name(s): Kshama Dwivedi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4126-4135

 Year: October 2020

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The objective of present study is to determine the toxic effect of arsenic and cadmium on albino rats blood parameters. Animals were exposed with low and high doses of sodium arsenite and cadmium chloride, along control. They were treated for 30 and 60 days separately, in two experimental sets. In each of the experimental sets, Group A was control, groups B exposed with low dose of CdCl2 (2.6mg/kg.b.wt.), group C with high dose of CdCl2 (5.2mg/kg.b.wt.), group D with low dose of sodium arsenite (4.3 mg/kg.b.wt.), group E with high dose of sodium arsenite (8.6 mg/kg.b.wt.), and group F with combined low dose of cadmium chloride and sodium arsenite (2.6mg/kg.b.wt + 4.3 mg/kg.b.wt). The findings of this study indicates that rats intoxicated with arsenic and cadmium chloride for 30 days showed decrease in TEC, TLC, Hb and PCV (P<0.05) values in all the treated groups and increase in MCV and ESR (P<0.05) values. Rats exposed for 60 days showed significant fall (P<0.05) in all these parameters except ESR. Group F with combined exposure of arsenic and cadmium showed significant fall in almost all parameters compared to other groups. Differential leucocyte count also fluctuated significantly.


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  Paper Title: OPTIMAL PLACEMENT OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION IN RADIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM USING ANT COLONY SEARCH ALGORITHM WITH AND WITHOUT CONTINGENCY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010538

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  Title: OPTIMAL PLACEMENT OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION IN RADIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM USING ANT COLONY SEARCH ALGORITHM WITH AND WITHOUT CONTINGENCY

  Author Name(s): G. V. Naga Lakshmi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4114-4125

 Year: October 2020

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An Ant Colony Search technique is used to solve the problem of optimal distributed generation (DG) allocation and sizing in radial distribution networks (ACSA). The objective is to determine the best size and position of distribution generators (DGs) for various IEEE radial distribution systems, such as 15-bus, 33-bus, and so on, while also noting the required number of DGs. Because there are various sources of DG, the suggested ACS method optimises both size and location. The objective is to keep the uniform voltage profile close to unity and hence minimise line losses in the radial distribution system. The problem's numerous practical restrictions are considered.


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Distributed Generation (DG), Distribution Network, Allocation, Losses, Ant Colony Search Algorithm (ACSA), Voltage Profile, Loss Reduction.

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  Paper Title: FUNCTIONAL FITNESS FOR EVERYDAY LIFE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010537

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  Title: FUNCTIONAL FITNESS FOR EVERYDAY LIFE

  Author Name(s): ASHWIN.R, NAMITA.R.SARANG

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4102-4113

 Year: October 2020

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The fitness industry is experiencing a renaissance. The machines have gone, the floor has been freed, and people are turning to functional training for an effective, modern workout. One of the most influential fitness trends in the recent past is Functional training. It works multiple groups at once, whilst allowing you to tailor your training towards a specific sport or activity. Per Olof Astrand coined the term functional training in a landmark article titled �Why Exercise?� He stated, �If animals are built reasonably, they should build and maintain just enough, but not more structure than they need to meet functional requirements� (1992, p. 154). Dr. Astrand was ahead of his time in predicting that people would soon be focusing more on why they should exercise, rather than on how exercise changes their physique. In a recent article on trends in fitness and wellness, Archer (2007) suggested that people need more of a sense of purpose for why they exercise and predicted that soon there will be a blending of fitness and wellness. Every individual has a specific reason as to why he or she exercises. While we all have our own personal motivations and fitness goals, it generally falls somewhere between: 1) IT IS TO LOOK BETTER. 2) FEEL BETTER 3) OR IS TO LOOK GOOD, MUSCULAR, FEEL BETTER AND AT THE SAME TIME PERFORM BETTER IN OUR DAY TO DAY ACTIVITIEs. JUST IMAGINE YOURSELF IN ONE OF THESE SITUTATIONS FEEL UNEASY TO LIFT AND HUG YOUR CHILD STANDING UP FROM A LOW CHAIR DIFFICULTY IN LIFTING A SUITCASE INTO AND OUT OF THE TRUNK OF THE CAR. If you can relate to any of these situations, you�re not alone. In fact, that�s why the concept of functional fitness has become so popular among people of all ages and ability levels. Whether you are active and want to improve your ability to perform in sports or hobbies, or you are more sedentary and find yourself having trouble maintaining your independence with daily activities, functional fitness is for you.


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  Paper Title: FIGHTING FIRE WITH AI: USING DEEP LEARNING TO HELP PREDICT WILDFIRES IN THE US

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  Title: FIGHTING FIRE WITH AI: USING DEEP LEARNING TO HELP PREDICT WILDFIRES IN THE US

  Author Name(s): Lakshmisri Surya

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4097-4101

 Year: October 2020

 Downloads: 1021

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Fire is a great servant but a bad master. Mastering fire was very crucial for the evolution of the human species. However, fire has been responsible for losing significant human life and property over the millennia. Wildfires have devastated humanity since the beginning of time. As technology has advanced, we have found different methods to address wildfires. These methods have had various levels of success against wildfires. Artificial intelligence is the newest tool humanity has developed to address its problems. Implementing artificial intelligence with deep learning will allow for a more efficient method of fighting wildfires. This will reduce the time taken to get wildfires under control and ensure the least number of human casualties in the process. This report highlights the advancements made in artificial intelligence and deep learning with regards to fighting and containing wildfires.


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  Paper Title: COVID 19 : A FATAL VIRAL DISEASE

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  Title: COVID 19 : A FATAL VIRAL DISEASE

  Author Name(s): Dr. Arunima Yamdagni, Dr. Dharmendra Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4091-4096

 Year: October 2020

 Downloads: 995

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Corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an ongoing infectious, pandemic disease and spread from person to person in multiple countries around the world. Corona virus is a group of viruses that cause infection in mammals and birds. In humans, bats serve as the main host reservoir for corona viruses causing respiratory tract infection and lead to be lethal.


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  Paper Title: A SURVEY STUDY OF AGNI AND AMA W.S.R. TO GRAHANI ROGA

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  Title: A SURVEY STUDY OF AGNI AND AMA W.S.R. TO GRAHANI ROGA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Danisha Sodhi, Dr. Vikas Gupta, Dr. N.K. Dadhich

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4085-4090

 Year: October 2020

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A SURVEY STUDY OF AGNI AND AMA W.S.R. TO GRAHANI ROGA


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  Paper Title: BIOCHAR MAKING PROCESS AND ITS UTILIZATION FOR AGRICULTURE

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  Title: BIOCHAR MAKING PROCESS AND ITS UTILIZATION FOR AGRICULTURE

  Author Name(s): Dolika N. Patel, Mihir B. Prajapati, Dr. Dhara O. Bhavsar, Dr. Archana U. Mankad

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4074-4084

 Year: October 2020

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Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment for both carbon sequestration and soil health benefits. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. Like most charcoal, Biochar is a solid residue produced from burning organic material from agricultural and forestry wastes (also called biomass)in a controlled process called pyrolysis. The use of biochar can potentially aid in mitigating climate change through carbon sequestration and improve soil quality by the addition of nutrients, increased water holding capacity and providing a liming effect in soils. The physical and chemical properties of biochar can vary depending on pyrolysis conditions and feedstocks used.Biochar is a promising alternative to remedy the soils contaminated with heavy metals and organic compounds through adsorption and immobilization due to its large surface area, charged surface, and functional groups. Overall, the bioavailability of heavy metals and organic compounds decreases when biochar is amended into soils.This paper is mainly focused on the production of biochar with the use of castor stock and the pyrolysis.


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Biochar, Pyrolysis, Biomass, Heavy metals, Feedstock, Soil, Castor stock.

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  Paper Title: RELATIONSHIP OF TOTAL FERTILITY RATE, BIRTH RATE, DEATH RATE, INFANT MORTALITY RATE AND LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH WITH LITERACY RATE IN INDIA

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  Title: RELATIONSHIP OF TOTAL FERTILITY RATE, BIRTH RATE, DEATH RATE, INFANT MORTALITY RATE AND LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH WITH LITERACY RATE IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Roselin Basumatary

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4065-4073

 Year: October 2020

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RELATIONSHIP OF TOTAL FERTILITY RATE, BIRTH RATE, DEATH RATE, INFANT MORTALITY RATE AND LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH WITH LITERACY RATE IN INDIA


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  Paper Title: BIS-(3,5- DIMETHOXY SALICYLIDINE)-ETHYLENEDIAMINE AS A GRAVIMETRIC REAGENT FOR CU(II)

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  Title: BIS-(3,5- DIMETHOXY SALICYLIDINE)-ETHYLENEDIAMINE AS A GRAVIMETRIC REAGENT FOR CU(II)

  Author Name(s): BIJAY KUMAR, JAY KUMAR, Dr. ASHOK KUMAR YADAV

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4058-4064

 Year: October 2020

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Abstract: Complex of Cu(II) with bis-(3,5-dimethoxy salicylidine)-ethylenediamine was synthesized and was characterized by elemental analysis, melting point determination, conductivity measurement, magnetic property studies and spectroscopic studies. Molecular formula of the newly prepared complex was determined as C20H22N2O6Cu and the probable geometry has been suggested as square planar. Gravimetric estimation of Cu(II) was made with bis-(3,5-dimethoxy salicylidine)-ethylenediamine and the result was compared with the known method of estimation of Cu(II) iodometrically . It was found that the result of estimation with newly prepared reagent was highly satisfactory and at par with the previously reported result of estimation of Cu(II) iodometrically .


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  Paper Title: POSTMODERNISTIC FEATURES IN ALICE MUNRO`S SHORTSTORY: RUNWAY.

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  Title: POSTMODERNISTIC FEATURES IN ALICE MUNRO`S SHORTSTORY: RUNWAY.

  Author Name(s): Gangesh kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4055-4057

 Year: October 2020

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Alice Munro [b. 1931] one of the Canada�s most critically acclaimed contemporary writers started writing short-stories in the 1950 but became successful only in the 1960 with the publication of � Dance in the Happy Shades� in 1968. She is a gifted short-story writer whose strength primarily lies in her ability to present the texture of everyday life with both compassion and unyielding precision. Her descriptive style of narrative and faithful representation of reality or verisimilitude like event, place, rural communities made many critics place her fictions within the tradition of literary realism. The cursory glance over her works justifies this sort of classification.


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  Paper Title: CULTURAL ALIENATION OF INDIAN DIASPORA IN JHUMPA LAHIRI`S `` THE NAMESAKE``

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  Title: CULTURAL ALIENATION OF INDIAN DIASPORA IN JHUMPA LAHIRI`S `` THE NAMESAKE``

  Author Name(s): Dr Smita Mayekar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4051-4054

 Year: October 2020

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The issues of alienation, dislocation and problems faced by second generation of immigrants are widely discussed in post-colonial narratives. This paper presents the attitude of the immigrants towards the homeland and also the cultural alienation they face due to. It focuses on Relationship between Diaspora and homeland. This paper throws light on the experiences of two generations of immigrants in Jhumpa Lahiri�s �The Namesake� and also attempts to explain problems of identity and the attitude of the first-generation and second-generation immigrants towards the two lands which they inhabit.


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  Paper Title: MICROSTRUCTURAL INVESTIGATION ON DISPERSIVE CLAYEY SOIL

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  Title: MICROSTRUCTURAL INVESTIGATION ON DISPERSIVE CLAYEY SOIL

  Author Name(s): Shashanka S. Palai, Abhipsa Mohanty

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4038-4050

 Year: October 2020

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Soils that are dislodged easily and rapidly in flowing water of low salt concentration are called dispersive soils. When structures are constructed by the use of such types of soil then they are susceptible to severe erosion. The dispersive nature of soil minerals are its erodability can be assessed by �pinhole test�. The degree of dispersion decreases for increasing percentage of additives. In previous research works researchers have added lime as additives. In this experimental study GGBS and silica as additives is used. GGBS stands for Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag. It is an industrial by product requires an alkali activator for enhancing its pozzolanic reactions with soil. Studies have shown that this binder combination is more economical as compared to other binding agents. Significant increase in unconfined compressive test and reduction in plasticity characteristics where observed improvement of CBR value is also marked after the addition of the binder minimum soft clayey soils have low shear strength, high compressibility and low heat. Various tests like plasticity index, liquidity index, double hydrometer test, pinhole test, crumb test were conducted for determining the increase of decrease in the dispersive property of soft soil.


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  Paper Title: DEV DANAV

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  Title: DEV DANAV

  Author Name(s): Dr. Suresh Deorao Wardhe

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4034-4037

 Year: October 2020

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dev danav


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  Paper Title: STUDY OF SELF-CONCEPT ON DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF ADJUSTMENT

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  Title: STUDY OF SELF-CONCEPT ON DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF ADJUSTMENT

  Author Name(s): Dr Madhunanda

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4028-4033

 Year: October 2020

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One purpose of the present study was to examine the effect of self-concept as a trait of personality on adjustment. Self-concept scale was prepared and standardized by Dr S.M. Mohsin along with Mohsin-Shamshad Adaptation of Bell�s Adjustment Inventory to be utilized as research tools. Self-concept scale was administered to all the respondents (N=480) and their scores were obtained. The respondents were divided into high self-concept group and low self-concept group on the basis of their scores on Mohsin Self-concept inventory administered to them. Those falling at and above the median value of the self-concept scores were placed in high self-concept group and those below it was placed in low self-concept group. Then, Mohsin-Shamshad Adaptation Inventory was administered to the subjects of both the groups and their scores on all the dimensions of adjustment were collected. For the analysis and treatment of the scores t-test, r-test and chi-square test were employed. The results showed that the high self-concept group of subjects was found more adjusted than the low self-concept group of subjects. Thus, self-concept and adjustment were found positively and significantly correlated.


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  Paper Title: ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE FLOOD AFFECTED AND FLOOD UNAFFECTED AREAS OF MALAPPURAM DISTRICT, KERALA

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  Title: ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE FLOOD AFFECTED AND FLOOD UNAFFECTED AREAS OF MALAPPURAM DISTRICT, KERALA

  Author Name(s): Acsa Saby , Dr. Dhiksha J

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4016-4027

 Year: October 2020

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Present research is a comparative study aimed at finding the difference in achievement motivation among high school students (male and female) in the flood affected and unaffected areas of Malappuram district, Kerala state. The Null hypothesis was formed which states that, there is no significant difference in the achievement motivation among high school students (male) in the flood affected and unaffected areas of Malappuram. And also the study aimed to find the difference among female students in this area. Purposive data collection technique was applied during the research. Independent sample �t� test was applied to find the difference between two groups. Result found that they is no significance between the two groups of students from flood affected and non-affected areas. Which clearly states that, if the achievement motivation is high among the students, then any other variable like flood or anything as such cannot disturb their level of achievement motivation. The study also found that the majority of the children (male and female) in the flood affected areas were seen to have high levels of achievement motivation. Regardless of the limitations, the study has paved the way for conducting more research studies under the similar circumstances taking the research gap into consideration and rectifying them in the further research studies.


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  Paper Title: STUDY OF EFFECT OF EGO-STRENGTH ON DIMENSIONS OF ADJUSTMENT

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  Title: STUDY OF EFFECT OF EGO-STRENGTH ON DIMENSIONS OF ADJUSTMENT

  Author Name(s): Dr Madhunanda

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 4010-4015

 Year: October 2020

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Under the present study, the effect of Ego-strength on different dimensions of adjustment like home, health, social, emotional and in overall is examined. Ego-strength Scale and Differential Personality Scale along with Mohsin-Shamshad Adaptation of Bell�s Adjustment Inventory was utilized as research tools. The considered tools were administered on all the respondents (N=480) and their scores were obtained. Then the median value of the scores was calculated. The respondents falling at and above the median were placed in high Ego-strength group and those falling below it were placed in low Ego-strength groups. For the analysis and treatment of the scores t-test, r-test and chi-square test were employed. The results showed significant association of adjustment with ego strength. The high ego strength group of subjects showed better adjustment pattern as compare to the low ego strength subjects. Thus equal strength and adjustment were found positively and significantly related.


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  Paper Title: EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH STANDARD POSTERIO - ANTERIOR (PA) CHEST TECHNIQUES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010523

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  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2010523

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  Title: EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH STANDARD POSTERIO - ANTERIOR (PA) CHEST TECHNIQUES

  Author Name(s): ANURADHA, NAVREET, NITISH VIRMANI

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 3998-4009

 Year: October 2020

 Downloads: 992

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Abstract The aim is to Evaluation Compliance with Standard Posterior - Anterior (Pa) Chest Techniques Methodology- A prospective Evaluation of compliance with standard posterior-anterior (PA) chest techniques was conducted for 8 months. During this time the data of experimented images were collected on a daily basis along with the clinical history of patients and relevant vital signs also without ignoring the maintenance of equipment and factors adjustments of scanning parameters and the technical skill of the chest techniques used in the particular scan of the particular patients. The result- This study was conducted on a sample of 35 patients in the radiology department. Firstly it is observed whether patients were given instructions by radiographers or not, 33 (i.e., 94.3%) patients were instructions during X-ray while 2 (i.e., 5.7%) patients were not given any instructions during X-Ray. Then, it was observed that whether patients were informed to hold their breath during X-Ray or not, 32 (i.e., 91.4%) patients were asked to hold their breath during the time of X-Ray, whether 3(i.e., 8.6%) patients were not informed about it. At third, it was observed whether patients were able to do scapula rotated or not, 31 (i.e., 88.6%) patients were able to do so, but 4 (i.e., 11.4%) patients were unable to do so. Then it was observed whether the radiographer used marker or not during X-Ray, 28 (i.e., 80%) times radiographer used marker while 7 (i.e., 20%) times marker was not used. At last, it was observed whether the appropriate distance was there between patients and X-Ray tube or not, 31 (i.e., 88.6%) times there was appropriate FFD, but FFD of 4 (i.e., 11.4%) patients was not appropriate. Conclusion- It could be concluded that the compliance with standard Posterior- anterior (PA) chest techniques were high.


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  Paper Title: BARK - A POINTER FOR TREE IDENTIFICATION IN FIELD CONDITION

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010522

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  Title: BARK - A POINTER FOR TREE IDENTIFICATION IN FIELD CONDITION

  Author Name(s): RASHMI PRIYA

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 3996-3997

 Year: October 2020

 Downloads: 971

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Identification of trees belonging to different genera is made on the basis of slashed features of their barks in field conditions. The surface fissuring thickness of bark, depth of rhytidome periderm layers, fibre distribution and ray dilation parenchymatous tissue have systematic patterns which prove to be an asset in distinguishing the bark of individual tree species.


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  Paper Title: STORY OF THE MYSTERIOUS `KARMA`

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010521

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  Title: STORY OF THE MYSTERIOUS `KARMA`

  Author Name(s): Cdr. KK Varma

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 3979-3995

 Year: October 2020

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�Karma�, the much talked-about Sanskrit word, in its simplest sense means : �Deed�, �Doing something�, Anything, that you think �you� do� i.e. an �Action�! And the �one-line� �Karma Principle� is, the well known proverb : �As you sow, so shall you reap�... You do �good� things, good things will happen to you� and vice-versa. The simple, principle of �cause & effect�� Or, the famous �Third Law� of Newton, �To every action, there is an equal & opposite reaction�. What happens if you do not �do� anything? Is there no �action� then? That is where things start getting complicated, because, that is not in your hands. Even if you lie in the bed� you may think that you are not doing anything, but you are wrong! That itself� lying in the bed without physically doing anything� is also Karma. Even �thinking� is Karma� if you are �doing� the thinking� And, if you have thought about it, you are always �thinking�� �Not-thinking� does not appear to be in our control! This little dissertation delves on this subject in its totality.


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Karma, Free Will, Dharma, Yoga, Atma, Paramatma, Avidya, Manifestation

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