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  Paper Title: INVESTIGATING RETRIEVAL OF IMAGES USING LOW LEVEL FEATURES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020021

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  Title: INVESTIGATING RETRIEVAL OF IMAGES USING LOW LEVEL FEATURES

  Author Name(s): More Praveen, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 192-198

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 262

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The combination of these content-based features is needed for better retrieval of image according to the application. The main test of CBIR framework is to decide the specific/surmised matching image of database to the query image. Over the most recent two decades, CBIR frameworks have been enhanced a lot. In any case, there still stay a few issues which have not been addressed agreeably. Most importantly issue is of semantic gap, which exist between low level feature portrayal of images and the genuine visual view of the image. The similarity between two images (spoken to by their feature esteems) will characterize by a similarity measure. Choice of similarity metrics will have coordinate effect on the execution of content-based image retrieval. A CBIR using multistage retrieval strategy is proposed here to deal with these issues. Low level features of an image can be local and global. In this paper the A computer system having Pentium IV, 2.8 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM is used for conducting experiments. This system has been actualized in MATLAB.


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  Paper Title: A FRAMEWORK FOR ETL DESIGN EVALUATION BASED ON QUALITY FRAMEWORK

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020020

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  Title: A FRAMEWORK FOR ETL DESIGN EVALUATION BASED ON QUALITY FRAMEWORK

  Author Name(s): Madduru Samba Sivudu, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 181-191

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 251

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Using Extraction, transformation, and loading ETL activities, an association might collect information from both inside and outside sources, change it, and afterward populate an information stockroom with the consequences of these cycles. As a model for business processes, the Business Process Modelling and Notation has been given. ETL procedures are expressed on a conceptual level. In this study, an alternative strategy is investigated. ETL is specified using relational algebra (RA), which has been enhanced with update procedures. A data warehousing architecture's Extraction, Transformation, and Loading (ETL) process is critical. ETL operations are often time-consuming and sophisticated. The design step is very crucial (though sometimes overlooked) in ETL development since it has an influence on the future phases, namely implementation. As well as execution When ETL quality is addressed throughout the design process, it is possible to take steps that will have a good and long-term impact.Process efficiency is improved at a cheap cost. Briand et alframework .'s (theoretical validation) was used. Internal metrics that we believe are linked to process efficiency are established in detail (framework for system artefacts). We also present empirical support for this relationship, as well as an interpretation of the data.the efficiency indicators that have a greater influence. ETL design quality has been addressed before, but this is the first time that measurements across ETL models have been used to anticipate the performance of these models.


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  Paper Title: A DEEP LEARNING SYSTEM POWERED BY IOT TO EARLY RECOGNISE AND CLASSIFY CERVICAL CELLS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020018

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  Title: A DEEP LEARNING SYSTEM POWERED BY IOT TO EARLY RECOGNISE AND CLASSIFY CERVICAL CELLS

  Author Name(s): Anju Lata Agnihotri, Dr. Jitendra Sheethlani

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 160-170

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 260

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Cervical disease is one of the quickest developing worldwide medical issues and drivingreason for mortality among women of agricultural nations. Mechanized Pap smear cell acknowledgment and classification in beginning phase of cell improvement is urgent for effective sickness determination and quick therapy. In this article, we proposed a clever Internet of HealthcareThings (IoHT) driven profound learning system for recognition and classification of cervical malignant growth in Pap smear pictures utilizing idea of move learning. Following exchange learning, Convolutional NeuralNetwork (CNN) was joined with different traditional AI procedures like K nearest neighbour, Guileless Bayes, calculated relapse, irregular woodland and backing vector machines. In the proposed system, highlight extraction from cervical pictures is performed utilizing pre-prepared CNN models like InceptionV3, VGG19, Squeeze Net furthermore, ResNet50, which are taken care of into thick and swelled layer for typical and abnormal cervical cells classification. The exhibition of the proposed IoHT systems is assessed utilizing standard Pap smear Helve dataset. The proposed approach was approved by breaking down accuracy, review, F1-score, preparing testing time and backing boundaries. The results reasoned that CNN pre-prepared model ResNet50 accomplished the higher classification pace of 97.89% with the contribution of irregular backwoods classifier for effective and dependable infection discovery and classification. The least preparation time and testing time expected to prepare model were 0.032 s and 0.006 s, separately.


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  Paper Title: QUALITY-OF-SERVICE WITH LOAD BALANCING IN CLOUD COMPUTING

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020017

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  Title: QUALITY-OF-SERVICE WITH LOAD BALANCING IN CLOUD COMPUTING

  Author Name(s): Imtiyaz Khan, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 148-159

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 270

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Because of the added complexity of dealing with quality of service (QoS) needs in a highly virtualized dynamic environment, the cloud computing paradigm brings new problems to performance management of both applications and infrastructure. This is especially true.This is true for either SaaS apps in public clouds that are being launched into production with strict security requirements, or for SaaS applications in private clouds that are being deployed into production with strict security SLAs or important internal applications developed on private cloud PaaS/IaaS infrastructures.As a result, performance testing activities are critical for lowering the risks associated with software development. Managing significant changes in user and transaction workloads or deploying to production. Enterprise apps have been migrating to the cloud in large numbers in recent years. Managing QoS, the difficulty of assigning resources to the application in order to provide a service level in terms of performance, availability, and dependability, is one of the difficulties faced by cloud applications. QoS modelling approaches applicable for cloud systems are summarised in this paper, which aims to help researchers in this area. We also discuss and characterise their early use in different cloud QoS management decision-making concerns.


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  Paper Title: MODELING AND VALIDATION OF CMS MODELS AND INTERMEDIARY LANGUAGES

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020015

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  Title: MODELING AND VALIDATION OF CMS MODELS AND INTERMEDIARY LANGUAGES

  Author Name(s): Bharat Singh Senwal, Dr. Jitendra Sheethlani

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 127-137

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 304

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Content Management Systems (CMS) have emerged as a basic course of action for web planning measures lately. CMS can be portrayed as an instrument for the principal age, change, and the leaders of web data. A CMS emits an impression of being useful since it gives a standardized stage to web advancement with a lot of limits that license clients (or webpage business visionaries) to manage the website without the necessity for master data.The main aim of this study is Web Application Development And CMS Model-Driven Transformations. We will select to accomplish the examination work of our own by using the strategy for Action Research. The proposed strategy relies upon two CMS-coordinated vernaculars, CMS-ML and CMS-IL, which are composed at different levels of consultation. CMS-ML will in everyday model at a huge level; on the other hand, CMS-IL utilize low-level thoughts (despite the language's shortfall of expressness to a single CMS structure) to give a typical viewpoint on the development of more raised level vernaculars, similar to CMS-ML.


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  Paper Title: ASSESSMENT OF EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR THE SOFTWARE PROCESS IMPROVEMENT METHODS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020013

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  Title: ASSESSMENT OF EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR THE SOFTWARE PROCESS IMPROVEMENT METHODS

  Author Name(s): Puppala Krupa Sagar, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 106-117

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 299

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Software Process Improvement (SPI) focuses on upgrading the time, cost and nature of designing and the board practices in programming affiliations. In any case, the highlight in this cycle is on options decision; however, the methodology falls short of providing an appropriate foundation to aid SPI technique advancement. The rule motivation behind this work is to establish the framework for SPI by discussing the piece of programming, the changes in programming advancement systems and programming improvement process models, and the quality turn of events. The main aim of this study is to assess the Evaluation Criteria For The Software Process Improvement Methods. In addition, SPI experiences are analyzed. In the planning investigation cycle, the detail of the strategy was made on the explanation out of the general necessities set for the undertaking, the appraisal of existing improvement moves close and current prerequisites. The affiliations related with this stage conveyed two or three basics they had set for the improvement method.


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  Paper Title: SEMANTIC AND SYNTAX OF WEB UTILIZINGHEX PROGRAMME

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020011

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  Title: SEMANTIC AND SYNTAX OF WEB UTILIZINGHEX PROGRAMME

  Author Name(s): G Priyanka Jeeva Karunya, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 82-94

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 314

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  Paper Title: EVALUATING FAMINE AND HUNGER IN THE WORKS OF BHABHANI BHATTACHARYA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HE WHO RIDES A TIGER AND SO MANY HUNGERS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020009

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  Title: EVALUATING FAMINE AND HUNGER IN THE WORKS OF BHABHANI BHATTACHARYA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HE WHO RIDES A TIGER AND SO MANY HUNGERS

  Author Name(s): Amina Dilshad Mohammed, Dr. Babina Bohra

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 60-70

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 308

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Bhabani Bhattacharya is unquestionably one of the four most recognised writers of the Indian English novel, along with Mulk Raj Anand, R.K Narayan, and Raja Rao. The Indian liberation fight and hunger have been popular themes among a lot of Indian writers in English, and Bhabani Bhattacharya stands out as one novelist who has portrayed this issue in such a distinctive way. Bhattacharya was a socially conscious novelist who had little faith in aimless art or 'art for the sake of art.' 'So Many Hungers!' and 'He Who Rides a Tiger' are the two key novels to be explored in this topic. As "weavers sold their looms to dealers from major cities who combed the countryside for deals," these books depict how poor people endure during times of hunger. 'So Many Hungers!' is structured on two intertwined plot strands: the storey of Rahoul, the protagonist, and his family, and the sorrowful storey of Kajoli, the peasant girl, and her family. Many writers, researchers, daily newspaper offices, and the Indian government contributed to the study's publications and credible sources. The novelist's profound understanding of rural life, as well as the dramatisation of the miseries of hunger and famine, are both present in this storey. The work is also a parody on Hindu orthodoxy, set against the socio-political backdrop of the Bengal famine and the liberation fight before to independence. It also demonstrates that any man who struggles against society is unable to adjust, and hence must eventually reconcile himself to it. This article also finds that, as far as descriptions of the impoverished and destitute are concerned, Bhattacharya is unquestionably unparalleled in the field of Indian English literature, and his true and poetic representation of poverty and hunger is noteworthy.


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  Paper Title: EVALUATION OF MULTI-DATA CENTER CONSISTENCY (MDCC) PROTOCOL AND PREDICTIVE LATENCY-AWARE NETWORKED TRANSACTIONS (PLANET) FOR TRANSACTION PROGRAMMING MODEL

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020007

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  Title: EVALUATION OF MULTI-DATA CENTER CONSISTENCY (MDCC) PROTOCOL AND PREDICTIVE LATENCY-AWARE NETWORKED TRANSACTIONS (PLANET) FOR TRANSACTION PROGRAMMING MODEL

  Author Name(s): Syeda Farhath Begum, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 48-53

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 297

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Managing the transactions progressively circulated processing system isn't simple, as it has heterogeneously arranged PCs to take care of a solitary issue. In the event that a transaction keeps running over some extraordinary sites, it might submit at a few sites and may disappointment at another site, prompting a conflicting transaction. In database systems, one of the principle methodologies, to keep up the consistency of shared data during the simultaneous execution of various solicitations (from different clients), is the transactional management procedure. Database systems bunch various peruse and compose tasks into (nuclear) transactions that follow ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) properties. PLANET is a transaction programming model deliberation and can be utilized with various information models, question dialects and consistency ensures, like JDBC being utilized with SQL or XQuery, contingent upon database bolster. MDCC protocol in Scala, on top of a distributed key/esteem store, which utilized Oracle BDB Java Edition as a steady storage motor we conveyed the system across five geologically different data focuses on Amazon EC2: US West (N. California), US East (Virginia), EU (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Singapore), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo). We can say that this proposition originally portrayed another transaction submit protocol, MDCC, for disseminated data-base systems. MDCC, or Multi-Data Center Consistency, is another submits protocol that gives versatile ACID transactions in disseminated database systems. By misusing these two properties and adjusting the summed up Paxos protocol for transactions, MDCC upholds appropriated transactions for adaptable database systems. PLANET gives organized criticism about exchanges, and uncovered more prominent perceivability of transaction state so applications and engineers can all the more likely adjust to capricious conditions


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  Paper Title: AN EVALUATION ON CLUSTER BASED HYBRID INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM WITH FAULT TOLERANCE

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  Title: AN EVALUATION ON CLUSTER BASED HYBRID INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM WITH FAULT TOLERANCE

  Author Name(s): Kamal Kishore Prasad, Dr. Jitendra Sheethlani

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 12-19

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 288

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In the distributed intrusion detection method, the agent can travel from one node to an alternate node within a network and perform the errand concurrently and autonomously in various cycles over the distributed system. The proposed architecture is made out of three layers: Layer 1 consists of host agent and net agent. Layer 2 has the mobile agent and Layer 3 contains the decision making and replication agents. The layers in the system are arranged into network and mobile agent layers, and they send messages to the system administrator utilizing a decision making agent. They are further arranged into replication agent and profile database. The decision making agent triggers the 6 messages, for example, REQUEST, REPLY, CANCEL and ACK because of the execution of applications. The replication agent generates the control messages including CALL and REPORT because of the execution of the intrusion detection procedure.


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  Paper Title: UNDERSTANDING ASSOCIATING CONCRETE TRAFFIC BARRIERS TO CONNECT DECK

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRTN020001

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  Title: UNDERSTANDING ASSOCIATING CONCRETE TRAFFIC BARRIERS TO CONNECT DECK

  Author Name(s): Mohd Ansar Uddin, Dr. Abhay Mahadeorao Shinde

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 1-5

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 255

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The standard approach to connecting concrete traffic barriers to connect deck keeps on being projecting concrete around supporting bars which jut from the top of the piece. The deficiencies of this specific technique is it takes hand completing of enormous parts of the deck and contains less adaptability to be utilized for various different traffic barriers because of the point that these anchors may simply be introduced before the chunk is poured. Substitute techniques for connections incorporate post introduced mechanical, glue, alongside bolt through plans. Keep going testing was directed on bolt through plans. All things considered; epoxy anchorages have had restricted testing for connect rail applications. The all over use of concrete as a design material has made the need to associate new people or things to a current concrete development. This is generally done utilizing concrete anchors.


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

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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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  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

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 8

 Issue: 3

 Pages: 175-175

 Year: March 2020

 Downloads: 1654

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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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  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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  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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  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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  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

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 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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