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  Paper Title: NEO-VAISHNAVITE MOVEMENT AND ROLE OF SATRA AND NAMGHAR IN ASSAM : A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020021

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  Title: NEO-VAISHNAVITE MOVEMENT AND ROLE OF SATRA AND NAMGHAR IN ASSAM : A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): HEERAK JYOTI NATH

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 188-190

 Year: March 2020

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ABSTRACT In the 15th century AD the social fabric of India was torn by all round degradation and cultural distortion and corruption permeated all section of the society, right from the ruling class to the priestly class. Various malpractices were committed in the name of religion, which vitiated the social structure. There were people who loosely adhered to Vaishnavism or Saivism and there were others who practiced Saktism bordering on extreme Tantricism. The followers of these cults indulged in evil practices like animal and human sacrifices, magical rites, spells and the like. The poor and downtrodden people became victims of these ghastly practices. It was at this juncture, that the great spiritual leader, social reformer, playwright and composer- Srimanta Sankaraadeva appeared on the social scene of Assam. He was a multi-faceted genius who gave a direction to the chaotic Assamese society by initiating a fresh approach to the existing Vaishnava religion that gave rise to a set of new values and aided in social synthesis. Vaishnavism has been constantly playing a significant role in the process of assimilating diverse elements- indigenous and non-indigenous into the Assamese culture. The movement evolved new institutions of Satra and Namghar which began to serve not only as the instrument spreading the faith, but also helped to sustain and to stabilize Vaishnavism by making it a part and parcel of Assamese social and cultural life. With its dynamic philosophy of inclusiveness Sankardeva�s Neo-Vaishnavism has given birth to a new Cultural Nationalism focused on a national identity shaped by cultural traditions and language, not on the concept of common ancestry or race. The Cultural Nationalism was brought forward to the indigenous people with the help of Satras and Namghar which has a major role to play in the preservation and development of the indigenous culture of the region.


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  Paper Title: COMPARISON OF EFFICACY OF DIFFERENT ELECTRODE TYPES OF IFT IN PATIENTS WITH O.A KNEE�

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020018

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  Title: COMPARISON OF EFFICACY OF DIFFERENT ELECTRODE TYPES OF IFT IN PATIENTS WITH O.A KNEE�

  Author Name(s): HIMANSHU SONAWANE, NEERAJ KUMAR, SANGEETHA. M

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 175-175

 Year: March 2020

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INTRODUCTION: Osteoarthritis (O.A) is a degenerative joint disease.The ends of bones are covered with protective tissue called cartilage. When cartilage wears away completely, the cushioning buffer that it provides disappears, allowing for bone-on-bone contact. This can cause intense pain and other symptoms like tenderness ,stiffness and inflammation associated with OA.(1) Interferential therapy (IFT) is a low frequency currents produced when two medium frequency cross each other. The stimulation of giant diameter afferent fibers that inhibit the doorway of algid stimuli into the posterior horn of the medulla through small diameter afferent fibers there is evidence that IFT may inhibit the nociceptive stimulus.(2) The effect of IFT on pain is calculated using Numerical Rating Scale (NRS)


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  Paper Title: THE EFFECT OF USING INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE SUBJECT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020017

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  Title: THE EFFECT OF USING INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE SUBJECT

  Author Name(s): Mr. S. Karuppasamy, Mr. S. Lenin

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 164-174

 Year: March 2020

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  Paper Title: MANUSCRIPT HIMANSHU INTERNSHIP PROJECT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020016

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  Title: MANUSCRIPT HIMANSHU INTERNSHIP PROJECT

  Author Name(s): Himanshu Sonawane

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 154-163

 Year: March 2020

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The ends of bones are covered with protective tissue called cartilage. Cartilage is a tough, rubbery substance that�s flexible and softer than bone. Its job is to protect the ends of bones within a joint and allow them to move easily against each other. When cartilage breaks down, these bone surfaces become pitted and rough. This can cause pain within the joint, and irritation in surrounding tissues. Damaged cartilage can�t repair itself. This is because cartilage doesn�t contain any blood vessels.When cartilage wears away completely, the cushioning buffer that it provides disappears, allowing for bone-on-bone contact. This can cause intense pain and other symptoms associated with OA.(1)


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  Paper Title: USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020015

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  Title: USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА

  Author Name(s): Kormla Atafi-drulu

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 76-153

 Year: March 2020

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USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА


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USАGЕ OF ІCT: ІMPLІCАTІONS ON АCCOUNTІNG ІNFORMАTІON SYSTЕM АND ORGАNІSАTІONАL PЕRFORMАNCЕ ІN ЕАST АKІM MUNІCІPАLІTY OF THЕ ЕАSTЕRN RЕGІON, GHАNА

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  Paper Title: THE RITUAL PRACTICES IN VAIS?NAVA TEMPLES (DIVYADE?AM) OF KERALA ASSOCIATED WITH ALVARS: A FIELD STUDY.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020012

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  Title: THE RITUAL PRACTICES IN VAIS?NAVA TEMPLES (DIVYADE?AM) OF KERALA ASSOCIATED WITH ALVARS: A FIELD STUDY.

  Author Name(s): Damodar Narayanan.C.N

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 53-61

 Year: March 2020

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Alwars were wandering mystics of south India. There were twelve of them who composed bhakti songs of Lord Vi??u. The compilation of their songs is called Divyaprabandham. In these beautiful ballads they have describrd108 divine temples of mah?vi??ucalled Divyade?am which have scattered around all over India. Among them eleven temples are situated In Kerala. This paper deals with the daily and yearly rituals of the Divyade?am temples of Kerala. The divyadesam culture is less popular in Kerala as compared to other south Indian states. As this is a field study, the information given in the paper is mainly based on the interviews done with the chief priests and local people related to these temples. This study intends to shed some light on the general ritualistic worship of kerala based on these eleven temples.


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  Paper Title: UTILIZATION OF FLY ASH AS A CEMENTATIOUS MATERIAL IN CONCRETE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020010

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  Title: UTILIZATION OF FLY ASH AS A CEMENTATIOUS MATERIAL IN CONCRETE

  Author Name(s): Aditya kumpawat, Kamlesh choudhary, Devanshu verma, Mayank khatri , Irshad ali ansari

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 38-40

 Year: March 2020

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Fly ash utilization in concrete as partial replacement of cement is gaining importance day by day. Technological improvements in thermal power plant operations as well as collection systems of fly ash improved the quality of fly ash. To study the use of fly ash in concrete, cement is replaced partially by fly ash in concrete. In this experimental work concrete mix was prepared with replacement of fly ash by 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. Effect of fly ash on workability, setting time, compressive strength and water content are studied. To study the impact of partial replacement of cement by fly ash on the properties of concrete, experiments were conducted on different concrete mixes.


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  Paper Title: RURAL ROAD DEVELOPMENT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020009

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  Title: RURAL ROAD DEVELOPMENT

  Author Name(s): Pranav Maheshwari, Hitesh Goyal, Yashwant Rathore, Satyam Jha, Hetram Sharma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 35-37

 Year: March 2020

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While the total length of the rural road was only 3,54,530 kilometers in 1970-71, recently it has increased to 24,50,559 kilometers. These statistics confirm the importance attached to rural road development as part of the overall development of the country. In addition, studies show that public investment in infrastructure, especially in the rehabilitation of rural roads, improves the local community and market development. Studies on rural road development in several countries have shown growth male wages in agriculture and cumulative crop indices (Bangladesh), increased availability food, primary school graduation rates and farm workers' wages (Vietnam), etc. However, studies of Indian rural roads are practically absent.


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  Paper Title: A REVIEW: USE OF PLASTIC WASTE IN ROADCONSTRUCTION

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020008

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  Title: A REVIEW: USE OF PLASTIC WASTE IN ROADCONSTRUCTION

  Author Name(s): Deepak Gupta, Ashutosh Meena, Abhishek Maharshi, Ajay Meena, Mr. Hetram Sharma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 32-34

 Year: March 2020

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The Waste plastic and its disposal is a major thread to the environment which results in pollution in global warming. The utilization of plastic waste in bituminous mines in to enhance its properties and also its strength. Disposal of waste plastic is a major problem its non-biodegradable and causes environmental pollution. The waste plastic is shredded and coated over aggregate and mixed with hot bitumen and result mixed is used for pavement construction. After mixing the mixture is laid as one would with regular asphalt concrete. According to toxic link report 3.6 million tonnes plastic is produced in 2019. It means 9206 tonnes plastic per day.


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  Paper Title: SOLAR TREE: A SOURCE OF ENERGY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020007

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  Title: SOLAR TREE: A SOURCE OF ENERGY

  Author Name(s): Aakash Meena, Abhijeet Pandey, Amit Meena, Chandravihari Garg , Davesh Meena

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 27-31

 Year: March 2020

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Solar tree is a metal construction that resembles a actual tree. Solar panels are established on pinnacle of every branch. Generated power will be to be had to anybody and it�ll be used for charging batteries of cellular phones and portable computers. This paper describes the vital steps required for a successful final touch of this project. Additionally, this paper discusses advantages of this project for the students and the community. As a part of this paper describes an unique answer for the sun tree, alongside with important calculations, technical specifications, simple characteristics, working principle and three-D rendering of the chosen layout at its future location. The location around the solar tree would turn out to be an area in which college students and their buddies can gather to recharge their gadgets and, at the equal time, whilst they wait, exchange ideas, advices and their experiences with each other.


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  Paper Title: USE OF STEEL SLAG IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020006

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  Title: USE OF STEEL SLAG IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT

  Author Name(s): Rahul Kumar, Yash Lodha, Tarun Khandelwal, Tushar Sharma, Yash Agarwal

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 24-26

 Year: March 2020

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The disposal of Industrial Waste is becoming a very large problem and industrial waste is increasing day by day. Now It is necessity to use the steel slag waste through technical development in each field. Its disposal causing severe health and environmental hazards in road construction industries is gradually gaining significant importance in India considering the disposal, environmental problems and gradual depletion of natural resources like soil and aggregates The waste material which is a by-product during the manufacturing of steel from steel industries is Steel Slag. The quantity of generation is around 24 lacs MT per year from (Ref.Report.CRRI-2010) different steel industries in the India. Presently, it has no applications and dumped haphazardly on the costly land available near the plants. In this study, a typical steel slag was collected from an M/s Tata Steel industry Pvt. Ltd. Jaipur , (M.S) in India and its feasibility for use in different layers of road construction was investigated. To improve its Geotechnical engineering properties, the Steel Slag material was mechanically stabilized with locally available soil in the range of 5 � 25%. to investigate their suitability in the construction of different layers of road Technical specification Geotechnical parameters of these stabilized mixes were evaluated. Construction of embankment, sub grade and sub base layer of Flexible pavement can be done through steel slag.


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  Paper Title: DETAILED STUDY ON HIGH SPEED RAILS IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTA020005

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  Title: DETAILED STUDY ON HIGH SPEED RAILS IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Anuj Golya , Dheeraj Sharma, Dhruv Garg , Jai Sharma, Dr.Omprakash Netula

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 19-23

 Year: March 2020

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In the current situation, Republic of India reaches the planet category equipment and prepared to contend with the highest leaders of the universe. Republic of India succeeds in launching the missiles and satellites, got well trained and unbeatable defense to safeguard the state and holding high category transportation facilities at intervals it. Republic of India full-grown into the prime role of transportation and rail business is that the key purpose of the Indian transport system. within the field of rail transportation, Republic of India got such a big amount of experiences whereas implementing the recent technologies. this text goes to debate regarding the high speed trains in Republic of India. This analysis might relate to the current scenario of the high speed trains within the world countries additionally as in our nation. The study would possibly embrace the initiation plan of the high speed rails in Republic of India. The calculable stations were hand-picked for the high speed rails and also the international countries like Japan, France, Korea, China area unit showing a lot of interest on funding Republic of India to complete the assignment. during this special amount Government of { Republic of India|Bharat|Asian country|Asian nation} fashioned a singular department for the high speed railways named High Speed Rail Corporation of India Ltd. This paper concentrates on the event and execution of the design was established by the govt. in a good manner. the japanese passenger train saw the appearance of options like Automatic Train management (ATC), Centralised control, shorter train lengths and ballastless tracks.


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  Paper Title: USE OF WASTE PLASTIC IN CONSTRUCTION OF BITUMINOUS ROAD

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  Title: USE OF WASTE PLASTIC IN CONSTRUCTION OF BITUMINOUS ROAD

  Author Name(s): Nilesh Garg, Palak Sirohiwal, Pankaj Baberwal, Pankaj Kumar Verma, Shivangni Khandelwal

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 15-18

 Year: March 2020

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The plastic wastes could be used in road construction and the field tests withstood the stress and proved that plastic wastes used after proper processing as an additive would enhance the life of the roads and also solve environmental problems. Plastic use in road construction is not new. It is already in use as PVC or HDPE pipe mat crossings built by cabling together PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or HDPE (high-density poly-ethylene) pipes to form plastic mats. Waste plastic is ground and made into powder; 3 to 4 % plastic is mixed with the bitumen. The durability of the roads laid out with shredded plastic waste is much more compared with roads with asphalt with the ordinary mix. The use of the innovative technology not only strengthened the road construction but also increased the road life as well as will help to improve the environment and also creating a source of income.


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  Paper Title: REPLACEMENT OF SAND WITH FLY ASH

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  Title: REPLACEMENT OF SAND WITH FLY ASH

  Author Name(s): Himanshu chaurasia, Kunal dave, Kunal panchal, Mohit barsiwalmar Verma, Mayank sisodiya, Kanishk, Sudhir Panwar, Dr.Omprakash Netula

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 11-14

 Year: March 2020

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The study presented in this chapter shows that the fly ash can partially replace the sand in cement concretes. This type of fly concrete has lower density and manufacturing cost. it reduced coarse aggregate content and increases durability than those of cement concrete. The large production of fly ash in India ,which is more than 200 million tons per year at present which could increase to about 900 million tons per year over the next 20 years �need application that consume far more quantities than today�s applications allow .In this FA as substitute material (partial to total) for aggregate system (both fine and coarse) in concrete is attractive.


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  Paper Title: ROAD ACCIDENT ANALYSIS IN RAJASTHAN

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  Title: ROAD ACCIDENT ANALYSIS IN RAJASTHAN

  Author Name(s): Hemraj Choudhary, Kapil Ameta, Mukul Sharma, Jeetendra Singh, Teekam Singh

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 6-10

 Year: March 2020

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The main aim of this paper is to analyse the road accidents in Rajasthan state at divisional level. Analysis shows the distribution of road accidental deaths and injuries in Rajasthan. Moreover, road accidents are relatively higher in extreme weather and during working hours. Analysis of road accident scenario at division and districts level shows that there is a huge variation in fatality risk across. Fatality risk in 1divisionalout of 7 is higher than the all Rajasthan average. This paper present reviews on the road accident analysis in Rajasthan. In order to applaud the scale of the accident tragedy in the state, it is common exercise to relate the number of road accidents (deaths and injuries) in districts and division of Rajasthan.


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  Paper Title: STUDY OF GEOMETRIC DESIGN & SAFETY ON EXPRESSWAYS

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  Title: STUDY OF GEOMETRIC DESIGN & SAFETY ON EXPRESSWAYS

  Author Name(s): Shubham Matoliya, Puneet kumar verma, Saurabh Jain, Sudhakar Sharma, Navneet Gour

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 1-5

 Year: March 2020

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The Study has been undertaken because Road safety is an issue of major importance in all countries. Studies focused on geometric design and safety focuses on the improvement of highway design and to eliminate hazardous locations. The relationship between accident rates and geometric design elements is complex and not fully understood. Relatively little information is available on relationships regarding this. In this paper, road geometric design elements and characteristics are taken into consideration, and explanations are given on which extent they affect highway safety. Although it's been clearly shown that geometric elements like very short sight distances or sharp horizontal curve leads to a considerably higher accident rates which certain combinations of elements causes severe accident problem. It compares the results of studies in several countries and summarizes current international knowledge of relationship between safety and therefore the principal non-intersection geometric design parameters. These relationships between road geometric design and safety are studied through results made in different countries. In general, there's broad international agreement on these relationships.


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  Paper Title: INDICATORS AND RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MALNUTRITION AMONG PATIENTS WITH LIVER CIRRHOSIS: NURSING PERSPECTIVE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2003446

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  Title: INDICATORS AND RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MALNUTRITION AMONG PATIENTS WITH LIVER CIRRHOSIS: NURSING PERSPECTIVE

  Author Name(s): Ehsan A. Yahia, Shehwaz Anwar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 3255-3269

 Year: March 2020

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Background: Cirrhosis is a multi-organ disease that affects the kidneys, heart, arterial circulation, lungs, stomach, and brain, in addition to the liver. As a result, individuals may develop a range of issues, leading to many hospitalizations and high rates of morbidity and mortality. One of the goals of this study is to look at the status of nutrition among cirrhotic patients, as well as look into other factors that might be linked to malnutrition. Further, any possible links between nutrition and cirrhosis were investigated in order to better assess and manage individuals with cirrhosis and improve their outcomes. Aim: To investigate the indicators and risk factors associated with malnutrition in cirrhotic patients Subjects: A convenient sample of 60 adult male and female patients with a confirmed diagnosis of liver cirrhosis admitted to the Medical Hospital Cairo University. Results: This study shows that malnutrition indicators, anthropometric arm indicators and biochemical assessment can be useful techniques for assessing nutritional status in cirrhotic patients. According to the findings, various socio-demographic characteristics including age, gender, marital status, occupational status, etiology of liver cirrhosis have an important link with liver diseases, malnutrition in patients. Anthropometric measurements and biochemical parameters are in support of this. Conclusion: Dietary intervention in the form of nutrition assistance must be integrated in nursing care plan to help patients achieve better results. For this purpose, a better diagnosis, nursing care, and therapy of patients with varying degrees of malnutrition, a complete clinical examination, anthropometric measures, and objective biochemical tests are required.


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Liver cirrhosis; Nutritional status; Socio-demographic factors; Anthropometric measurements; Biochemical parameters.

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  Paper Title: PLIGHT OF INDIAN MIGRANTS AND ONE NATION ONE RATION CARD (ONORC)

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  Title: PLIGHT OF INDIAN MIGRANTS AND ONE NATION ONE RATION CARD (ONORC)

  Author Name(s): Dr. Rishu Tomar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 3252-3254

 Year: March 2020

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Food Security, One Nation One Ration Card system (ONORC), Mi-grants, Security, Sustainability, Nutrition, Food Grains, Covid 19, Re-silience, Marginalized Population

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  Paper Title: KAMKAJI AVAM GHARELU MAHILAON ME POSHAN SWASTHA AVAM YOG KRIYAON KI KAMI SE PARNE WALE HANIKARAK PRABHAV KA ADHYAN

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  Title: KAMKAJI AVAM GHARELU MAHILAON ME POSHAN SWASTHA AVAM YOG KRIYAON KI KAMI SE PARNE WALE HANIKARAK PRABHAV KA ADHYAN

  Author Name(s): Dr. Renu Kumari

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 3248-3251

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  Paper Title: GOVERNMENT POLICIES, MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF INDO-AMERICAN QUEER DIASPORA

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  Title: GOVERNMENT POLICIES, MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF INDO-AMERICAN QUEER DIASPORA

  Author Name(s): M. Geeta

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 3239-3247

 Year: March 2020

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The paper studies and analysis the migration of Indian queer individuals to US. It explores the development of heterosexual and non- heterosexual migrants under social, cultural and economic aspects. It also discusses the development of homeland and host land through migrants� remittances, skills and knowledge. It also examines the driving factors of Indian queer migration to US. It also talks about various policies that have been implemented in India and US to provide equal rights to LGBTQ individuals irrespective of their sexual orientation and gender identity. Further it will focus on the activities and protests happened in India and US to legalise homosexuality and same-sex marriages, gender identity etc. On the final step, it will try to compare policies of both the countries and the steps taken by both the countries to provide rights to LGBTQ individuals, groups and communities.


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Government Policies, Migration and Development of Indo-American Queer Diaspora

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