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  Paper Title: Ramayan mahakavya mein Pradhan ras ke roop mein nirupit Karun ras ka vivechan.

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  Title: RAMAYAN MAHAKAVYA MEIN PRADHAN RAS KE ROOP MEIN NIRUPIT KARUN RAS KA VIVECHAN.

  Author Name(s): Chandra Kishor

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 2092-2095

 Year: August 2020

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RAMAYAN MAHAKAVYA MEIN PRADHAN-RAS KE ROOP MEIN NIRUPIT


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  Paper Title: BIG DATA: INTRODUCTION, APPLICATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES

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  Title: BIG DATA: INTRODUCTION, APPLICATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES

  Author Name(s): Yogesh Kumar,

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3882-3888

 Year: August 2020

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Big Data: Introduction, Applications, Opportunities & Challenges


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  Paper Title: A CRITICAL READING OF SELECT THIRUKKURALS BY THIRUVALLUVAR IN MULTIPLE TRANSLATIONS.

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  Title: A CRITICAL READING OF SELECT THIRUKKURALS BY THIRUVALLUVAR IN MULTIPLE TRANSLATIONS.

  Author Name(s): Suganthi Asaal A

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3878-3881

 Year: August 2020

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In the present times, translation has become a part of human communication. It has built bridges between different cultures and languages. It is like a gateway to a different culture. The translation of various texts gives the reader a deeper and wider insight on the principles, morals and socially accepted life that one has to lead according to the society or place he or she belongs to. The paper aims to critical read a well-known literary masterpiece from the Sangam Period, Thirukkural by Thiruvalluvar which has been widely translated and studied by different scholars and writers. It attempts to bring out the richness of the ancient literature and culture which in turn give the reader wisdom about different cultures and practices that holds true to the present times as well.


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  Paper Title: SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYON KE CHHATRADHYAPAKON KE MANSIK SWAASTHYA KA ADHYAYAN

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  Title: SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYON KE CHHATRADHYAPAKON KE MANSIK SWAASTHYA KA ADHYAYAN

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ashok Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3874-3877

 Year: August 2020

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SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYON KE CHHATRADHYAPAKON KE MANSIK SWAASTHYA KA ADHYAYAN


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  Paper Title: The Symbolism of Family and Color in Alice Walker’s -The Color Purple

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  Title: THE SYMBOLISM OF FAMILY AND COLOR IN ALICE WALKER’S -THE COLOR PURPLE

  Author Name(s): Dr. Divya Pande

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3867-3873

 Year: August 2020

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  Author Name(s): Dr. Appasaba L V

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3859-3866

 Year: August 2020

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Sport shoes are designed for use in sports and other physical activities including cycling, running, and other sports, among others. However, people now also utilize it as a casual item of clothing. Due to this circumstance, there is a significant concentration in the production of sports shoes, and numerous businesses with distinctive brands of sports shoes enter the market amid fierce competition. Physical activity-related health advantages are becoming more widely known among young people, health-conscious adults, and even school-aged children every day. As a result, they choose the best sport shoes. Based on these facts, an increasing number of businesses are entering the sports shoe industry with their unique brands, along with other elements like pricing, style, product quality, durability, variety, and advertising to draw in customers. Customers so frequently choose a specific brand. One of the biggest sports shoe manufacturers in India is Nike, followed by Adidas, Reebok, and Puma. According to the survey, most consumers were satisfied with particular brands of sports shoes in light of the selected criteria, and consumer behavior toward sports shoes is also favorable.


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  Paper Title: CONSUMER PREFERENCE TOWARDS DIFFERENT BRANDED SPORTS SHOES IN BELGAUM CITY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2008461

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  Title: CONSUMER PREFERENCE TOWARDS DIFFERENT BRANDED SPORTS SHOES IN BELGAUM CITY

  Author Name(s): Dr. Appasaba L V

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3851-3858

 Year: August 2020

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Sport shoes are designed for use in sports and other physical activities including cycling, running, and other sports, among others. However, people now also utilize it as a casual item of clothing. Due to this circumstance, there is a significant concentration in the production of sports shoes, and numerous businesses with distinctive brands of sports shoes enter the market amid fierce competition. Physical activity-related health advantages are becoming more widely known among young people, health-conscious adults, and even school-aged children every day. As a result, they choose the best sport shoes. Based on these facts, an increasing number of businesses are entering the sports shoe industry with their unique brands, along with other elements like pricing, style, product quality, durability, variety, and advertising to draw in customers. Customers so frequently choose a specific brand. One of the biggest sports shoe manufacturers in India is Nike, followed by Adidas, Reebok, and Puma. According to the survey, most consumers were satisfied with particular brands of sports shoes in light of the selected criteria, and consumer behavior toward sports shoes is also favorable.


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  Paper Title: NPA MANAGEMENT IN COMMERCIAL BANKING AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

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  Title: NPA MANAGEMENT IN COMMERCIAL BANKING AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

  Author Name(s): Yashoda.B

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3846-3850

 Year: August 2020

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of NPAs, and loan recovery mechanisms available.Additionally, guidelines for banks released by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in February 2016 regarding timely resolution of stressed assets have come


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  Paper Title: COMBATING CORONAVIRUS BY ANALYZING PREVAILING DIETARY BEHAVIOUR, PRACTICES AND RELEVANT AWARENESS IN URBAN FAMILIES: A SURVEY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2008459

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  Title: COMBATING CORONAVIRUS BY ANALYZING PREVAILING DIETARY BEHAVIOUR, PRACTICES AND RELEVANT AWARENESS IN URBAN FAMILIES: A SURVEY

  Author Name(s): Dr. Archna Saxena

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3840-3845

 Year: August 2020

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As it was total lockdown due to corona, for this survey a sample of 200 was chosen. The head of the families were interviewed through pretested questionnaire. Different Social media was used to collect the data. Scoring and ranking method was used to analyze the data along with the statistical analysis. Corona brought so much uncertainty and fear that everyone was just was running to get all sort of clues to fight against corona, thus most of the households (47%) had updated their knowledge regarding immunity enhancing diet from Newspapers, Social media platform was used by 48% for enhancing their knowledge. As the cases were increasing so was the increase in precautions taken by the people too, as a result of which 52% of the people modified their routine diet, and increase the use of medicinal condiments and spices which were considered to be building the immunity power, although due to lockdown all shops being closed it was difficult to continue and manage the prescribed diet. People increase the consumption of rainbow diet, along with probiotics, and Vitamin-C rich citrus fruit. Awareness regarding kitchen hygiene and sanitization of food was increased and respondents adopted safe food consumption with soaking, germination, fermentation on the top priority. Junk foods and ready to eat foods were eaten less. Pandemic brought a change in the dietary pattern of 46% of the families. To achieve protection from the virus or to regain health back to normal after catching Covid, the study showed the change in the traditional and dietary behaviors of the respondents along with the adoption of regular hygiene practices.


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  Paper Title: MORAL EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL PEACE: A PHENOMOLOGICAL APPROACH

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  Title: MORAL EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL PEACE: A PHENOMOLOGICAL APPROACH

  Author Name(s): Prof. L. UdayaKumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3827-3839

 Year: August 2020

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  Paper Title: HIGHER EDUCATION IMPORTANCE OF MOOC

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  Title: HIGHER EDUCATION IMPORTANCE OF MOOC

  Author Name(s): BALAJI D. ALANDE

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3824-3826

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MOOC: connecting learning, open online course, equal educational opportunity, instructional materials and practices.

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  Paper Title: RELEVANCE OF BEHAVIOUR IN FINANCE: CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS

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  Title: RELEVANCE OF BEHAVIOUR IN FINANCE: CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Dr. Neeta Tripathi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3815-3823

 Year: August 2020

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Human behaviour and decision-making process are interrelated, finance is of no exception. As an investor (individual, group, institution) no one can negate the implications of human behaviour. Investors are not logical or reasonable all the time as we had experienced various financial markets anamolies, financial crisis, volatility, etc. By discussing various research papers, discussion papers, working papers, book articles etc this paper provides conceptual analysis of relevance of behaviour in financial/investment decision making.


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  Paper Title: PRADHAN MANTRI FASAL BIMA YOJANA HELPING FARMERS IN NATURAL DISASTERS: AN ANALYSIS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2008455

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  Title: PRADHAN MANTRI FASAL BIMA YOJANA HELPING FARMERS IN NATURAL DISASTERS: AN ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Dr. Jaleshwar Singh

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3809-3814

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  Paper Title: GANDHIJI KE RACHNATMAK KARYKRAM AUR MAHILAYEN

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  Title: GANDHIJI KE RACHNATMAK KARYKRAM AUR MAHILAYEN

  Author Name(s): DR. SONI KUMARI

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3800-3808

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GANDHIJI KE RACHNATMAK KARYKRAM AUR MAHILAYEN


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  Paper Title: THE IDEA OF THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PERSPECTIVES OF DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING WORLD

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  Title: THE IDEA OF THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PERSPECTIVES OF DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING WORLD

  Author Name(s): Ritwik Raj

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3791-3799

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The �Responsibility to Protect� (R2P) has an emerging norm in response to global challenges in protecting civilians from atrocities. This paper explains what is the idea of responsibility to protect and also describe the evolution and principles of responsibility to protect. This paper highlighted into the widely debated norm of the responsibility to protect, from the reason of its birth to the current status it enjoys in the international forums. Also analysis are the perspectives developed and developing world held when it was initiated and the resultant fissures that have appeared with its implementation.


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  Paper Title: SUBALTERNS IN INDIAN LITERATURE: CHANGING NARRATIVES

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  Title: SUBALTERNS IN INDIAN LITERATURE: CHANGING NARRATIVES

  Author Name(s): Vidyasagar Sharma

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3785-3790

 Year: August 2020

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Literature is the source of the Carrefour of various socio-economic factors. Literature has the power to perform resistance and revolutionary functions. Literature also shaped by subaltern history which initiated from the school of history. In contemporary Indian literature, subalternity became a superseding idea and literary writers turned their writings towards the suppressed voices of society. Indian writers re-wrote the fictional and non-fictional narratives as well to articulate the passive voices of subalterns. In sharp contrast, in the disciplines of history, social science, literature and politics in colonial India, there was an outburst of new creativity through �the discovery of the village and the person�, not as the historical residues of an old civilization, but as the embryo of a new civilization form having the potentially of being an alternative to capitalism. Many fictional and Non-fictional narratives in Hindi and in regional languages make the perspective of village life and society in colonial time and post-colonial time as well.


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  Paper Title: HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE EFFICIENCY AND MOTHERS` HEALTH AND CHILD IMMUNIZATION: AN OVERVIEW OF EMPIRICAL STUDIES

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  Title: HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE EFFICIENCY AND MOTHERS` HEALTH AND CHILD IMMUNIZATION: AN OVERVIEW OF EMPIRICAL STUDIES

  Author Name(s): Ummey Rummana Barlaskar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3774-3784

 Year: August 2020

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Mothers� health and child immunization always grabs the attention as these directly affect the economy in the form of human capital. The United Nations also focused on the achievement of these factors setting targets in the Millennium Development Goals. In India health is a phenomenon controlled by both the centre and the states. Though there is a central effort to develop the health status but there exists a regional variations, owing to the differences among the states. There are many factors that affect the health status in an economy. Mothers� health and child immunisation are very closely related as mother is the direct care giver to the children. An unhealthy mother is supposed to lack behind in taking care of her health as well her children, which ultimately pulling down the immunization level also. Maternal and child health care utilization depend on many health as well as non-health related factors. The empirical studies show that the efficient utilization of the health services are influenced by many socio-economic and demographic factors. This paper aims to provide a brief discussion about the empirical studies which show that there exist variation in efficient utilization of the health services and the factors that influence this variations.


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  Paper Title: GLYCATION ENHANCERS AND INHIBITORS OF HUMAN SERUM ALBUMIN

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  Title: GLYCATION ENHANCERS AND INHIBITORS OF HUMAN SERUM ALBUMIN

  Author Name(s): Sanghapal S. Kshirasagar, Vishwas S. Shembekar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3764-3773

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  Paper Title: COMPARISON OF SUPERIORITY FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE AND REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE IN DENTAL TEACHING CLINIC OF KABUL UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES.

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  Title: COMPARISON OF SUPERIORITY FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE AND REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE IN DENTAL TEACHING CLINIC OF KABUL UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES.

  Author Name(s): Dr. Mohammad Bashir Nejabi , Dr. Amina Ghoriani

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3760-3763

 Year: August 2020

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Introduction: Teeth have different functions; such as: chewing, speaking and beauty. However, Missed one or several teeth can cause malfunction of mentioned above jobs. If eventually, the lost teeth don�t be replaced by artificial ones, it can manage to the malfunction of chewing and speaking tasks. It can also lead to problems in aesthetic and cause depression and digestive diseases by the time. In case of missed of one or more teeth; missed teeth can be replaced by Fixed Partial Denture (FPD) or Removable Partial Dentures (RPD). (FPD) replaces the missed tooth or teeth in a fixed type by use of natural adjacent teeth. Moreover, this type of replacement cannot be moved from mouth by patient. (RPD) replaces the missed one or more teeth by help of remaining natural teeth. As well, this type of teeth replacement can move from mouth by patient. The removable partial dentures prepared retention and stability of denture by help of clasps that connected to the natural teeth. This type of replacement can be removed from mouth by patient. Purpose: Determining that which kind of Partial dentures (fixed or removable) is more effective. Methodology: This is a Comparative cross sectional study which is done among patients of Dental Teaching Clinic of Kabul University of Medical Science �Abu-Ali Abne Sina� among 30 patients with (FPD) and 30 patients with (RPD). Patients had to respond to before preparation questionnaire for determining their level of satisfaction. Results: The research was done among 60 patients; which 30 of patients were having (FPD) and 30 other were with (RPD) The 30 patients have (FPD) 13 of patients was male and 17 were female. The age of patients was between 29-67 years old. Among mentioned 30 patients, 8 of them had (FPD) in both jaws, 13 patients in upper jaw and 9 of them had (FPD) in lower jaw. 22 of patients (73.33%) were satisfied from Fixed Partial denture 8 patients (26.66%) had complained about esthetic, chewing, speaking and bad smile. Female patients, especially those who had (FPD) in their forward teeth, were complainant of esthetic. Among 30 patients with (RPD), 9 were male and 21 were female that the age was ranged from 34 to 70 years old.10 of patients had (RPD) in both jaws; while 14 patients had (RPD) in upper jaw and 6 had in lower jaw. 17 of patients (56.66%) satisfied of (RPD) However, 13 patients (43.33) were not content from (RPD) due to fixation and chewing force. Female were more complainant than male. Complaints triggered by (RPD), were more in lower jaw than upper jaw. Conclusion: Through this research, we determined that patients with (RPD) were more unwilling than (FPD) Women were more complainants from beauty and chewing aspects than men. Problems raised from (RPD) fixation was more in lower jaw than upper jaw.


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  Paper Title: GROWTH BEHAVIOUR OF SOME BLUE GREEN ALGAE IN DIFFERENT CULTURE MEDIA

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  Title: GROWTH BEHAVIOUR OF SOME BLUE GREEN ALGAE IN DIFFERENT CULTURE MEDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Sujata Kumari

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 8

 Pages: 3756-3759

 Year: August 2020

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Growth Behaviour of five local strain of blue green algae was tested. Growth was tested in BG-11 medium, chu-10 medium, ASN-III medium, ASP-2 medium, Allen Arnon medium and Gorham�s medium. Growth were observed on 8th day, 12th day, 16th day, 20th day and 24th day. It was observed that Anabaena circinalis, A.bornatiana, A.macrospora showed maximum growth in chu-10 medium where as Nostoc commun and Nostoc linckia showed maximum growth in BG-11 medium.


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Blue-green algae, BG-11 medium, chu-10 medium, ASN-III medium, ASP-2 medium, Allen Arnon medium and Gorham�s medium.

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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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