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  Paper Title: ARE JOB TITLES REALLY IMPORTANT?

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  Title: ARE JOB TITLES REALLY IMPORTANT?

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ganesh K Shenoy

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: b52-b163

 Year: November 2021

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  Paper Title: ARTICLE 19 WOULD OBSOLETE ON FREEDOM TO ABUSE ALMIGHTY GOD LORD NATRAZ BBB WHO TELEPORTED ON 22 23 DEC 1949 IN AYODHAYA , BY VIRTUE OF GITA CH 4 VS 7AND 8 , BY AMBEDKAR JOINING BUDDHISM IN 1956 , BY SALMAN KHURSHEED THROUGH HIS BOOK THE SUN RISE AND MODI, RSS ON 5TH AUG 2020 ON FAKE BHOOMI PUJAN MAKE THEM GUILTY AND ORDERED TO MODIFY CONSTITUTION OF INDIA , TO BAN SALMAN BOOK AND BY VIRTUE OF ARTICLE 352 EMERGENCY IS IMPOSED THAT DISSOLVED PM SHIP OF MODI WEF 10.10.2021 . PERSONS D

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  Title: ARTICLE 19 WOULD OBSOLETE ON FREEDOM TO ABUSE ALMIGHTY GOD LORD NATRAZ BBB WHO TELEPORTED ON 22 23 DEC 1949 IN AYODHAYA , BY VIRTUE OF GITA CH 4 VS 7AND 8 , BY AMBEDKAR JOINING BUDDHISM IN 1956 , BY SALMAN KHURSHEED THROUGH HIS BOOK THE SUN RISE AND MODI, RSS ON 5TH AUG 2020 ON FAKE BHOOMI PUJAN MAKE THEM GUILTY AND ORDERED TO MODIFY CONSTITUTION OF INDIA , TO BAN SALMAN BOOK AND BY VIRTUE OF ARTICLE 352 EMERGENCY IS IMPOSED THAT DISSOLVED PM SHIP OF MODI WEF 10.10.2021 . PERSONS D

  Author Name(s): Dr V M Das

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: b1-b51

 Year: November 2021

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Basic Building Blocks , God Particles , Atomic transcription and translation , Hoyle narlikar Universe . Allah

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  Paper Title: GZABAI HIND MEANS HOLY WAR FROM INDIA BY ALMIGHTY GOD LORD NATRAZ OR ALLAH HU AKBAR AS PREDICTED IN HADITH AGAINST SINNERS OR ADHARMIS AS PREDICTED IN GITA CH 4 VS 7 AND 8 AND PREDICTED BY BORISKA SILVEGER IN 1944 AS REINCARNATION OF KALKI AVATAR ON 22 23 DEC 1949 IN MIDDLE GUMMED OF BABRI MOSQUE WITNESSED BY ABDUL BARKAT ALI AND EVENT IS LOGGED IN FIR NO 167/1049 .

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  Title: GZABAI HIND MEANS HOLY WAR FROM INDIA BY ALMIGHTY GOD LORD NATRAZ OR ALLAH HU AKBAR AS PREDICTED IN HADITH AGAINST SINNERS OR ADHARMIS AS PREDICTED IN GITA CH 4 VS 7 AND 8 AND PREDICTED BY BORISKA SILVEGER IN 1944 AS REINCARNATION OF KALKI AVATAR ON 22 23 DEC 1949 IN MIDDLE GUMMED OF BABRI MOSQUE WITNESSED BY ABDUL BARKAT ALI AND EVENT IS LOGGED IN FIR NO 167/1049 .

  Author Name(s): Dr V M Das

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: a899-a946

 Year: November 2021

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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON THE PROFESSIONAL SATISFACTION OF TEACHERS AT PRIMARY LEVEL

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111299

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  Title: A STUDY ON THE PROFESSIONAL SATISFACTION OF TEACHERS AT PRIMARY LEVEL

  Author Name(s): Dr. Rajababu Bathula

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c673-c676

 Year: November 2021

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  Paper Title: FARM AMIGO: INTRODUCING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IOT IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111298

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  Title: FARM AMIGO: INTRODUCING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IOT IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR.

  Author Name(s): Mr. Milan Maurya, Mr. Om Chaturvedi, Dr. Mohammed Bakhtawar Ahmed

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c663-c672

 Year: November 2021

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Agriculture is a crucial part of Indian economy. Over 60% of Indian populace based mostly upon agriculture and one third of the financial gain of the nation arises from agricultural practices. Thus, it plays an important role in the development of the country. Various troubles associated to farming is constantly hampering the improvement of the country. Attainable answer for these issues is to choose progressive agriculture practices that includes of contemporary trends. Hence, agriculture will be created good exploitation IoT and alternative technologies. Smart agriculture will increase crop yield, decreases water wastage and unbalanced use of fertilizers. The Major feature of this project is that it measures the various agricultural parameters affecting the yield and it additionally uses a GPS module to induce the knowledge regarding the location. Secondly it sends all the information to the cloud wherever it can be analyzed. Third this project additionally carries a mobile app providing a straight forward access of information to the farmer. In conclusion this project represents a smart irrigation, Fertilization and monitoring system that helps the farmer.


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  Paper Title: CHANGING ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111297

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  Title: CHANGING ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS

  Author Name(s): Geetanjali

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c647-c662

 Year: November 2021

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In recent years, information technology has had a profound effect on human resources (HR) processes and practices. The focus of this research is to know the changing role of HR professional through technological advancements. In recent years, information technology has had a profound effect on human resources (HR) processes and practices. However, relatively little research has examined its effectiveness, and most of the prevailing studies haven't assessed the degree to which these new systems enable organizations to succeed in their HR goals of attracting, motivating and retaining employees. The focus of this research is to know the changing role of HR professional through technological advancements. This includes looking into recruitment technologies which reduce the quantity of your time it takes recruiters to travel through every application. The research shows that the role of HR will shift towards training, development and strategic roles for the foremost part, while also concentrating on reward systems and benefits for the workers . The use of HR technologies is vital in helping to shift these new roles of HR professionals, within the advantage of them but also for the organization and employees. Given the rapid changes in technology in the past decades, we believe that it will influence the nature of HR processes in the future. Thus, the primary purposes of this paper are to (a) contains the introduction about HR and technology, (b) review the current effects of technology on HR processes, (c) emerging HR trends in future with technological advancement, (d) discussion on recent types of HR technology, (e) how technology may affect the HR process, (f) major ten technology trends in the human resources management, and in last we conclude the paper along with the references.


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  Paper Title: QUALITATIVE ASPECTS OF FLOW OF GROUND-WATER IN HETEROGENEOUS POROUS SUBSTRATE ON A SLOPPING BEDROCK

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111296

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  Title: QUALITATIVE ASPECTS OF FLOW OF GROUND-WATER IN HETEROGENEOUS POROUS SUBSTRATE ON A SLOPPING BEDROCK

  Author Name(s): Mr. Parth M. Pandya, Dr. Ritu Khanna, Dr. P.H. Bhathawala

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c641-c646

 Year: November 2021

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In this paper, we have mathematically analyzed the problem of groundwater flow given by Pavlovsky [1] by the method of two parameter singular perturbation with variable coefficient. The differential system governing the groundwater flow, yields a second order linear differential equation in which the coefficient of first and second order derivative consists of small parameter together with permeability factor. The constant term in the equation also consists a permeability factor. To analyze the problem we have, here, considered the permeability of the soil as a function of both time and special coordinate. Here, in this paper, we have discussed the problem for the flow of groundwater flow in heterogeneous porous media on a sloping bedrock.


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  Paper Title: DESIGN OF AN FPGA BASED WALSH-CODING SCHEME FOR HUMAN BODY COMMUNICATION

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  Title: DESIGN OF AN FPGA BASED WALSH-CODING SCHEME FOR HUMAN BODY COMMUNICATION

  Author Name(s): Sujaya B L, S.B. Bhanu Prashanth

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c635-c640

 Year: November 2021

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This paper reports the design and implementation details of a transceiver architecture for application in wearable devices deploying human body as the transmission medium. The human body communication (HBC) is a non-Radiofrequency communication defined in the IEEE 802.15.6 standard, exclusively for Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs). In this design, which is based on Walsh coding scheme, high data rates up to10 Mbps for WBAN applications have been achieved, simultaneously reducing the design complexity and resource utilization by 25.7% in comparison to BCH codes used for ultra-wide band communication. The simulated design has shown a low power utilization of 87mW and employs only 37 slices, when implemented on Artix7 FPGA device.


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Human Body Communication (HBC), Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN), non-RF communication, Walsh Codes, HBC transceivers

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  Paper Title: PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INNOVATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111294

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  Title: PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INNOVATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

  Author Name(s): Dr. Rashmi Ashtt, Jit Kumar Gupta

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c623-c634

 Year: November 2021

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Urban areas are known to be prime movers of national economies, generators of employment and areas of future concentration of population. Accordingly, for promoting rapid economic growth and physical development, it becomes critical that urban settlements are made more productive, effective, efficient and sustainable. All urban centers need to be supported by appropriate level of physical and social infrastructures for ensuring operational efficiency and providing appropriate quality of life to its inhabitants. Infrastructures accordingly, have been considered to be the foundations on which the entire urban superstructure and fabric is made to stand. Poor quality of life and lower order of productivity prevailing in majority of urban centers can be largely attributed to the non-availability of adequate infrastructures in these centers. Since infrastructures play critical role in leveraging and accelerating the pace of the socio-economic development, accordingly putting in place innovative options and effective policy framework to provide basic infrastructure on equitable basis, even to the poorest of poor of citizens in urban centers, assumes importance. Creating self-sustaining infrastructures and providing efficient delivery mechanism would remain critical for urban centers for ensuring their operational efficiency and livability. In search for appropriate solutions for providing basic and essential infrastructure in the urban context, paper would look at the basic issues creating roadblocks in the provision of these infrastructures and possible options to overcome these problems. Paper would also, critically and objectively, look at the options of providing infrastructure through planned development, making cities compact, defining realistic infrastructure norms and standards, involving communities, promoting people-public-private partnership, using state of art technologies etc .


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  Paper Title: ANALYIS AND INTERPRETATION OF FINANCIAL STATUS OF COOPERATIVE BANKS IN BAGALKOT DISTRICT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111293

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  Title: ANALYIS AND INTERPRETATION OF FINANCIAL STATUS OF COOPERATIVE BANKS IN BAGALKOT DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Smt. I K Mathad, Dr. M G Hiremath

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c617-c622

 Year: November 2021

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Cooperative A cooperative bank is a financial institution that is owned at the same time by its members. Co-operatives are mostly formed by individuals belonging to some local professional group who have a shared interest in rural finance to meet the last man in the last village; the conventional money lender has no competitor. It provides the only tool that can have demonstrated its worth in reaching the citizens in full; the cooperative movement could not gain traction until 1954, when the RBI approved the recommendation from All India Credit Survey Committee. Each nation depends on the sector of banking. Similarly the Indian banking industry has a unique growth, as the Prime Minister's Bank was formed in the 18th century, and was later the Imperial Bank of India, now known as the State Bank of India in the pre-independence period (SBI). Co-operative banks in India have a crucial role to play in rural finance, by financing areas covering agriculture, livestock, milk, personal financing, independent jobs, and the establishment of small-scale units between the few areas of focus for urban and rural cooperative banks. They provide the necessary alternative to people visiting the village moneylender who have been working for many years, frequently finding themselves in a debt pit that they struggle with.


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  Paper Title: A SCANNING MICROSCOPIC EVALUATION OF THE CANAL CLEANLINESS USING ENDOACTIVATOR AND ULTRAX WITH TWO DIFFERENT IRRIGANT SOLUTIONS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111292

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  Title: A SCANNING MICROSCOPIC EVALUATION OF THE CANAL CLEANLINESS USING ENDOACTIVATOR AND ULTRAX WITH TWO DIFFERENT IRRIGANT SOLUTIONS

  Author Name(s): Dr.Basavana Gowda, Dr.Anila Vinoy, Dr.Roshan Uthappa, Dr.S.V satish, Dr.Manzoor Ahmed Khan

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c603-c616

 Year: November 2021

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Title: A Scanning Electron Microscopic evaluation of the canal cleanliness using Endoactivator and UltraX with two different irrigant solutions. Objective :To compare the effectiveness of canal cleanliness using Endoactivator (Dentsply Sirona ) and UltraX (Orikam 18th)with 3% sodium hypochlorite and a Herbal Irrigant Vitex Negundo Linn ; A Scanning Electron Microscopic study. Materials&Methods: Twenty five extracted human single-rooted teeth were selected for this study. Access opening was done and root canals were prepared The irrigation was performed using 3% sodium hypochlorite and a Herbal Irrigant Vitex Negundo Linn. Samples were divided into five equal groups, according to the Irrigation Activation techniques and Irrigants used : Group 1(n=5) Samples were irrigated using Endoactivator(Dentsply Sirona) with 3% sodium hpochlorite . Group 2(n=5) Samples were irrigated using Endoactivator (Dentsply Sirona)with Vitex Negundo Linn. Group 3(n=5)Samples were irrigated using UltraX(Orikam 18th) with 3% sodium hypochlorite. Group 4(n=5)Samples were irrigated using UltraX (Orikam 18th)with Vitex Negundo Linn . Group 5(n=5) Control Group Without any Irrigation agitation. Roots were cross-sectioned longitudinally, and the canal walls were subjected to scanning electron microscopy. The presence of smear layer at coronal, middle, and apical levels was evaluated. Results :The Endoactivator when agitated with sodium hypochlorite showed better efficacy in the debridement of the root canals at the middle and apical thirds .In the Coronal third,UltraX along with sodium hypochlorite showed superior cleaning efficacy . Conclusion: Endoactivator along with sodium hypochlorite scored the best in debris removal compared to the other irrigation activation system used.


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: Endoactivator (Dentsply Sirona), UltraX(Orikam 18th), Vitex Negundo Linn, Canal cleanliness, debridement, Agitation, Scanning electron microscope.

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  Paper Title: BEARING OF CUSTOMER REVIEWS ON THE CONSUMER DECISION PROCESS AND PRODUCT CHOICE: A GLANCE ON SELECT PARAMETERS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2111291

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  Title: BEARING OF CUSTOMER REVIEWS ON THE CONSUMER DECISION PROCESS AND PRODUCT CHOICE: A GLANCE ON SELECT PARAMETERS

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ruchita Burman, Ms. Ayesha Rathi

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c595-c602

 Year: November 2021

 Downloads: 39

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Aided by the technological advancements and with the advent of the digital media, consumers are now opting for online retail or online shopping. This paradigm shift calls for the marketers to understand and analyze the consumer buying behaviour in a new light. The list of factors that affect the consumer decision process have additions like online customer reviews and E-WOM (electronic word-of-mouth) to name a few. Consumers can easily obtain information about the product or service through online customer reviews and this in turn can have an impact on the consumer decision process. Researchers across the globe acknowledged the impact of customer reviews on the consumer decision process. Consumer decision process is a cognitive process and customer review is bound to perceived differently by different individuals. The primary research objective of this study was to understand the degree of impact of the customer reviews on the consumer decision process of consumers of different age groups. Further, an attempt has been made to analyze whether the degree of impact of the customer reviews varies with the change in the nature of the market offering or not. The study recommends that age and income of the respondents are some of the key elements when determining the degree of impact of customer reviews. It also highlights the fact that consumers irrespective of their age are by and large affected by some form of the customer review or the other. The analysis also indicates that marketers are implementing various forms of customer reviews and customers are influenced by the same but maybe with varying degree depending on the nature of the product/service to be purchased.


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  Paper Title: EFFECT ON CONCRETE BY PARTIALLY REPLACING SAND WITH MARBLE DUST ALONG WITH WATER REDUCING ADMIXTURE

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  Title: EFFECT ON CONCRETE BY PARTIALLY REPLACING SAND WITH MARBLE DUST ALONG WITH WATER REDUCING ADMIXTURE

  Author Name(s): Arti Sharma, Rajneesh Kumar

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c588-c594

 Year: November 2021

 Downloads: 59

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With rapidly growing town and infrastructures development , India is now developing and doing construction so fast. This rapid increase in the construction giving birth to the various new problem in India. Concrete is one of the major component of construction , without it no construction can take place. Country like India and other developing countries , which are now focusing on infrastructure demands concrete for their development. And concrete needs sand for its grade composition. This increase in demand of sand creates huge erosion of river bed for the extraction of sand so that the demand can be fulfilled. This over extraction of sand not only effect the physical geography of the river but also effect the various other properties like the infiltration rate, irrigation , river path, shrinkage of river , somewhere widening of river, intrusion of unpure water into ground water , result in reduction of biodiversity, diseases in plants. These changes are so minute that we cannot notice instantly , but eventually when we get to know , it is too late. This long term damage creates so much problem for us , that at last everything will be endangered and the environment will have to suffer due to human causes. Thus , by observing all these changes, there is a need of substitute or alternative material that can take place of the sand , and shows the same properties like sand. And it will be great ,if that substance is waste. This will help us in resolving two problems at one time , first is we are now reducing the erosion of river bed. And second is the reduction in the pollution or unnecessary humps that we are creating here and there by disposing off the waste, also the waste here we are taking have so many small particles that they keep deposited in the air as a particulate matter , causing rapid increase in the air pollution. So the marble dust will be economic , sustainable and environment friendly substitute of the sand that is obtained from the river. Moreover sand and the marble dust have similar performance by chemical analysis. And here in this study here we are going to analysized the performance of concrete of M20 and M25 grade , by partially replacing the sand with the marble dust by 0%, 15%, 25%, 35%, 40% and 50%. And after then we have evaluated the compressive strength of the concrete cube at seventh, fourteenth and twenty-eight day. And examining this we found out that this procedure is so environment friendly and very economical for the project.


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  Paper Title: FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS- WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NET PROFIT

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  Title: FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS- WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NET PROFIT

  Author Name(s): Ramraj Malav, Nirali Kantharia

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c581-c587

 Year: November 2021

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  Paper Title: AWARENESS ON RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT AMONG SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS

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  Title: AWARENESS ON RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT AMONG SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS

  Author Name(s): Kandipalli Ramakrishnarao, Dr.C.Grace Indira

 Publisher Journal name: IJCRT

 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c572-c580

 Year: November 2021

 Downloads: 59

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Education is the right of all children and through the 86th amendment act, article 21(A) was incorporated in the Indian constitution which made education as a fundamental right. Accordingly the Right of children to Free and Compulsory Education act (RTE) has come into force from April 1, 2010.. Every child in the age group of 6-14 years will be provided 8 years of free compulsory elementary education. The RTE act mandated the formation of School Management Committees (SMC) in every government-funded schools to encourage community and more particularly, parental involvement in school development. Under the RTE Act parents have been entrusted certain powers through the SMC elected by them; proper exercise of the same can initiate a process of improving schools. The School Management Committee members should understand the RTE act for its effective implementation. The present study was conducted to know the awareness of Right to Education Act among School Management Committee members .The investigators selected 96 SMC members from 32 Government elementary schools in Vizianagaram district as respondents and data collected through the questionnaire on RTE . It was found that majority of the SMC members are not fully aware about RTE Act. Significant differences were found in the awareness of SMC Chairperson and Members male and female, rural and urban area respondents . This study revealed that there is a need to create awareness among School Management Committee members about RTE Act for its effective implementation in Elementary schools .


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  Paper Title: DEPLOYMENT LIABILITIES OF DEEP LEARNING BASED ON 5G MOBILE APPLICATIONS USING ADVANCED MOBILE EDGE COMPUTING TAXONOMY

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  Title: DEPLOYMENT LIABILITIES OF DEEP LEARNING BASED ON 5G MOBILE APPLICATIONS USING ADVANCED MOBILE EDGE COMPUTING TAXONOMY

  Author Name(s): Dr.S.BRINDHA, Dr.S.Sukumaran

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c567-c571

 Year: November 2021

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Mobile Edge Computing, Taxonomy architecture, CAT Algorithm, 5G Mobile, Deep Learning.

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  Paper Title: MYCOCENTROSPORA TENOSPORAE SP. NOV. FROM INDIA

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  Title: MYCOCENTROSPORA TENOSPORAE SP. NOV. FROM INDIA

  Author Name(s): Tanaji R. Kavale

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c563-c566

 Year: November 2021

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An interesting Dematiaceous Hyphomycetous new species belonging to the genus Mycocentrospora Deighton viz. Mycocentrospora tinosporae sp. nov. is illustrated and described. This new species has been recorded for the first time in India hitherto, unrecorded on Tinospora malbarica Miers. (Fam.: Menispermaceae).


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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON IMPACT OF EARNINGS PER SHARE, DIVIDEND PER SHARE AND PRICE EARNING RATIO ON BEHAVIOUR OF SHARE MARKET PRICE MOVEMENTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NSE

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  Title: A STUDY ON IMPACT OF EARNINGS PER SHARE, DIVIDEND PER SHARE AND PRICE EARNING RATIO ON BEHAVIOUR OF SHARE MARKET PRICE MOVEMENTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NSE

  Author Name(s): Dr. M.RENU

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 Issue: 11

 Pages: c553-c562

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Earning per share, Dividend per share, Price earnings ratio, Market prices, National Stock Exchange, Share price, industries.

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  Paper Title: IMPLICATIONS OF NEW MUSEOLOGY FOR MUSEUM PRACTICE IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF INDIRA GANDHI RASHTRIYA MANAV SANGRAHALAYA (IGRMS)

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  Title: IMPLICATIONS OF NEW MUSEOLOGY FOR MUSEUM PRACTICE IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF INDIRA GANDHI RASHTRIYA MANAV SANGRAHALAYA (IGRMS)

  Author Name(s): Onshangla Zimik, Professor Balaji Ranganathan

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 Volume: 9

 Issue: 11

 Pages: c547-c552

 Year: November 2021

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Traditional museums around the world are forced to undergo transformation and become more inclusive and representative of their communities in light of postcolonial criticism and New Museum theory. New Museum theory, also called Critical museum theory or New Museology was a result of the debate around the growing demands for the inclusion of indigenous people in the representation of their cultural heritage. As a result, new roles and directions for museums and heritage institutions have emerged which put forward a different museological approach focused not only on artefacts but also on people. Under this new approach, the concept of a museum as a dynamic cultural centre replaces the concept of the museum as a repository of collections. This paper presents the theoretical underpinnings of New Museology and its development in international context. It also examines the development of New Museology in India and provides an overview of its implication in Indian museum practices, using Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS) at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh as an example.


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  Paper Title: USING TAM THEORY ON DIGITAL LOGISTICS ADOPTION IN RETAIL INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM

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  Title: USING TAM THEORY ON DIGITAL LOGISTICS ADOPTION IN RETAIL INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM

  Author Name(s): Nguyen Thi Khanh Chi, Do Huong Giang

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 Pages: c539-c546

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As the development of information technology, the study on applying ICTs on logistics has been necesary, especially in retail industry. However, research examining the digital logistics in retail industry in Vietnam has been little attention. Therefore, to bridge this gap the current paper investigates the relationship among ease of use, perceived usefullness, perceived trust and applying digital logistics, and also examines the moderating role of perceived risk on these relationships in the context of Vietnam. The results show that perceived trust has the largest impact on digital logistics success while perceived usefullness has least impact. The paper also highlights the role of perceived risk in decreasing the relations between applying information technology on logisctis.


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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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