2.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 2, ISSUE- 2, PUNE RESEARCH DISCOVERY (ISSN 2455-9202) JIF 2.01

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PUNE RESEARCH DISCOVERY 

AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED STUDIES

ISSN  2455 - 9202 ONLINE ) (JIF 2.07) 

 (VOL 2, ISSUE 2)   (MAY-2017 TO JULY 2017

2.2.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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QUICK TM SAVE TIME SMARTLY

HANMANKAR SNEHA L. RAO ; ROMIL DODHIWALA ; ANUJA KAMBLE ; RASIKA LAMTURE ; NILEEMA PATHAK

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Although technology is advancing but its results are seem only in few fields.  For example, the present booking system, there have been various changes bought in this area since many years till today.  But the primary problems faced haven’t changed much.  This paper represents the implementation of the proposed idea that tries to figure out various loopholes of the present booking system, also emphasizes to focus on the cashless transaction and gives a measure to find a substitute or an altogether different approach to solve it.  Thus this paper discusses the various issues and also gives an idea of the proposed system, its working details and its benefits in other applications too.

2.2.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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EXISTENTIALISM IN ARUN JOSHI’S NOVEL: THE FOREIGNER

DR. PAWAN KUMAR

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“Literature”, quotes Iyengar the French literary historian, M. Taine, “is the creation of three factors: the race, the milieu, the moment.”(Iyengar, Indian Writing in English. 22)  As regards Indo-Anglian literature, the ‘race’ is the mixed India race, a resultant of invasions, conquests, and occupations extending over a period of four or five thousand years; the ‘milieu’, the variegated Indian subcontinent comprising extremes of every kind, heir to a geography and cultural heritage all its own; and the ‘moment’, the meeting of the West and India. In order to probe into the etiology of this literature, a fair survey of historical facts is essential, for the beginnings of the old literatures are generally shrouded in the mists of antiquity. The present article is a humble effort to conduct a fair and judicious probe into the upcoming of this rejuvenating and audacious plant- ‘the Anglo Indian Novel’.

2.2.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LAW

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LAND REFORMS IN THE STATE OF GOA – AN ASSESSMENT

DR. NAGESH S. COLVALKAR

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This paper looks into the Conflict between the landlord and tenant for protection of the rights, and their livelihood. It’s need to determinants of rights of tenant and rights recognition of the tenant farmer. In Goa all tenants were lived in the foot hills of the Western Ghats with an agrarian economy of life. The paper examines how the state recognizing ‘tenants rights in Goa.  Against this backdrop, the paper examines ongoing attempts among the rethink tenant rights and how the Agricultural Tenancy Act ‘beneficial for protection of tenant rights in the state of Goa. This paper is prepared with help of secondary data from books, articles; journal, newspaper etc. have been used.

Keywords: Agricultural Tenancy Act, Amendments, Contract Farming, Position of Contract Farming.

2.2.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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RATIO ANALYSIS: A STUDY ON INDIAN COMMERCIAL BANKS

SRI AYAN CHAKRABORTY

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Financial Analysis is the process of identifying the financial strengths and weakness of a firm by property establishing relationships between the item of the balance sheet and the profit and loss account. It can be undertaken by management of the firm, or by parts outside the firm. Ratio Analysis is a powerful tool of financial analysis.  A ratio is defined as “the indicated quotient of two mathematical expressions” and “the relationship between two or more things”.  In financial analysis, a ratio is used as a benchmark for evaluation the financial position and performance of a firm.  The absolute accounting figures reported in the financial statements do not provide a meaningful understanding of the performance and financial position of a firm.  An accounting figure conveys meaning when it is related to some other relevant information...

2.2.5 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : CHEMISTRY

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SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC STUDY OF CU (II) LYSINE & CU (II) L – ARGININE IN AQUEOUS MEDIUM

MARYAPPA CHUDAPPA SONAWALE & V. R. PATIL

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In the present investigation, kinetic measurements of oxidation of various amino acids in acidic, neutral and alkaline medium were studied. The Kobd value for the reactions obtained from calculations and from graphical representations was evaluated. The order of reaction was confirmed from the slopes of plots of log Kobd Vs log C.

In all the systems studied, the order was found to be one with respect to each reactant. The rates of reactions were evaluated by using the usual expression. The effect of varying concentration of amino acids, oxidants, Br-, Fe++, surfactants like T-80 and T-X-100 on rate of reaction has also been studied. In order to study the effect of ionic strength and temperature on K0bd, the systems were studied at different concentrations of the electrolyte and at elevated temperatures.

 

Keywords:- The oxidation of amino acids viz. glycine, DL-alanine, DL-leucine, DL-aspartic acid, DL-glutamic acid, L-lysine and L-arginine by potassium permanganate in sulphuric acid.

2.2.6 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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AN OVERVIEW OF DIGITAL INDIA

M. RUBEENA THASLIMA, N. SIVASAKTHI, S. SIVASANKARI, P. MANIKANDAN, V. VEERA GURU BALAN.

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'Digital India' is a campaign launched by the Government of India. It was launched by the the Prime Minister of India Shri. Narendra Modi on 1 July 2015 with an objective of connecting rural areaswith high speed internet networks and improving digital literacy. It ensures that Government services are made available to citizens electronically by improving online infrastructure and by increasing Internet connectivity or by making the country digitally empowered in the field of technology. 

2.2.7 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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A STUDY ON TYPES OF DEPRESSION AMONG YOUNGSTERS

M. PRIYADHARSHINI, R. POORNIMA, S. SUSHMA, M. MOHAMED FAYEZ, G. VIGNESHWAR

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Depression is a growing common problem in today’s society.  It is often a major contributing factor for most adolescent problems. The statistics about teenage runaways, alcoholism, pregnancy, drug problems, eating disorder and suicide. The common link to all of these crises is often depression. Depression can be described in many ways. Its main description is that it a serious mental disorder in which a person suffers.

Keywords; Depression, stress, black hole, Psychotic, Bipolar etc

2.2.8 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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IMPACTS OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS

N. MANJARI PRIYADARSINI, R.RAVEENA, K. SAPTHAMI, M. KEERTHANA, S. NIVETHITHA, M. ISHWARYA.

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Genetically engineered food are created for human and animal consumption. The use of genetically engineered food can replace policies and practices that are harmful to the environment such as use of pesticides, fertilizers etc. Genetically engineered food is evolved as the result of human population in the past century.

Key Words: Genetic modification, Biotechnology, Transgenic animals, Vaccination, Antibiotics, Pesticide.

2.2.9 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION IN PERIYAR MANIAMMAI UNIVERSITY

Ms. G. YOHAVARSHINI, A. RAJESH, K. KERUTHIKA, R. RAVINSHANA, G. SAIESWARI

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Outcome Based Education  (OBE) is one of the educational systems recently implemented in very few in higher education. This paper highlights the outcome based education followed  in Periyar Maniammai University. The implementation of the OBE is from 2015-2016 batch .The definition for OBE is given in this paper. A detailed information of the assessments included in this paper.

2.2.10 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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STATUS OF FARMERS IN INDIA

G. PRIYADHARSHINI, T. AARTHI, G. RAJALAKSHMI, M. PREMA, A. ARUN KUMAR

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India is an agricultural country. A farmer is a person who owns or works as a laborer in the agricultural land. We consume rice, paddy, cereals, pulses, spinach, vegetables etc. which can be promote or improves the growth by the farmers . So they are given loan from government as well as from private sectors. They also receive loan for improving their land, so they couldn't replace the borrowed money and some were under paying debts. Also, nowadays the land becomes drought due to insufficient rainfall. Even many agricultural lands have given for construction of houses, buildings e. t. c. Hence these situation kept farmers worried and they decided to suicide. We should change such a situation.

Keywords: Farmers, debts, drought, insufficient rainfall, suicide.

2.2.11 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT IN INDIAN SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES: AN OVERVIEW

T. M. MADHAVAIAH

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In their working lives, employees occasionally have cause to be uncomfortable, disappointed or aggrieved either about certain managerial decisions, practices or service conditions. The question then is whether this particular symptom or feeling is given any attention or is ignored altogether. What are the pros or cons of each of the approaches? To a large extent, the approach will be governed by several variables such as the style of management, size of the enterprise, level of education of workforce, technology of the plant and extent of unionization of workforce. 

2.2.12 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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EFFECT OF INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION ON TEACHERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF TELANGANA

FARHATH UNISSA BEGUM & DR. MOHD HILMI BIN HAMZAH

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Motivation refers to reasons that underlie behaviour that is characterized by willingness and volition. Intrinsic motivation is animated by personal enjoyment and, where as extrinsic motivation is governed by reinforcement contingencies. Research objective is on the effect of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on teachers in secondary schools. Two research questions guided the study, comprises of 200 teachers and simple random sampling technique was use to select 100 teachers as of  sample for this study. The face and content validity of the questionnaire was done with the assistance of 5 experts. Cronbach Alpha method was used to determine the reliability of the instrument. An Alpha value of 0.85 was obtained. Data collected for the study were analysed using descriptive of mean and standard deviation. Findings revealed a positive effect of intrinsic motivation on teachers while extrinsic motivation shows negative effect on teachers in the schools. Further suggestions were made to focus on motivational policies of teachers in telangana schools.

Keywords: Motivation, Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Values, Interests, Teacher.  

2.2.13 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : SOCIOLOGY

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CASTE AND WORSHIP- A STUDY OF FOLK GODS OF TAMIL NADU

LAXMI PERIYASWAMY

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The present study is based on understanding the folk gods worshipped by people in Southern Districts of Tamil Nadu. Through secondary sources the present paper tries to show how the emergence of folk god is interconnected with that of conflicts based on Caste injustice in the Tamil world. Through the example of folk gods like Madan (name of a folk god meaning protector in Tamil) the study reveals the nature of the problem of the society. It shows how in the present time the injustice has been reframed and worshipped to suit one’s needs out of fear. 

2.2.14 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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A STUDY ON REMEDIAL MEASURES TO REDUCE GLOBAL WARMING

S. HEMANTH BALAJHI, M. PRASANNA ROHIT, B. MOHAMED KABAB, D. RAM GANESH, V. UDHAYASURIYAN, S. SIBICHAKRAVARTHY

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Global warming is the hottest topic to be spoken by all the Scientits.  It happens due to the Greenhouse Effect. This paper spotlights the causes and effects of global warming. It also offers barriers and suggestions to overcome from its effectuations.   Wide-scale use of non-renewable energy resources have exponentially increased the levels of pollution.  Most countries have adopted potent Renewable Energy Targets for the next 20 years and are planning to go partially or wholly off the grid. This paper makes the readers to know about global warming and to reduce the causes of global warming to make our earth green. 

Keywords: greenhouse effect, greenhouse gas, carbon sequestration, Global Warming etc.

2.2.15 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : BOTANY

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INVENTORY OF GRASS – WEEDS IN CROP FIELDS OF ANANTAPURAM DIST., A.P

DR. A. LAKSHMAIAH ; DR. R. M. DHANARAJU ; J. BHEEMALINGAIAH

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This article presents an overview of inventory of grass weeds in crop fields of Anantapuram district, Andhra Pradesh.  The weed species of Poaceae family encountered in the cultivated crop fields of the study area.  A total of 83 grass taxa identified as weeds in the both dry fields and irrigated crop fields.  The weeds of Anantapuram district comprises 35% of the total weeds encountered in the state crop fields.  Of the 284 total grasses recorded from the state 83 of them are recorded from the cultivated fields of Anantapuram district. It is observed that out of 83, 43 are common in all crop fields, 29 and 11 taxa are occasional and rare occurrence respectively.  Aristida adscensionis and cynodon dactylon are gregarious in all crop fields.  Echinochloa colona, E.crus-galli are causing heavy loss to the rice crop.  The key objective of the study is provision of grass taxa as weeds in crop fields of Anantapuram district.

Key words: Agrestals, Gregarious weeds, crop productivity, weed – loss.

2.2.16 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : BOTANY

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PHYTO - SOCIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF WEEDS IN GROUNDNUT FIELDS OF ANANTAPURAM DISTRICT, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA

DR. A. LAKSHMAIAH

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This article presents on overview of Phyto-sociological studies of weeds of groundnut fields of Anantapuram district, Andhra Pradesh.  The weed species encountered in the groundnut fields during the four phases of the study i.e, Pre-plough, 15 days, 45 days and 60 days are recorded.  All the quantitative characters abundance, density, frequency were determined for all the weed species encountered during four phases of the crop A total of 40 weed taxa exclusively in habit in the rainfed crop i.e. ground nut crop. The weeds of the groundnut fields were studied for the quantitative characters, it is observed that Physalis minima Cyperus rotundues are found to be the  most important weeds.  The key objective of the study is provision of quantitative characters of groundnut fields weeds in Anantapuram district.

Key words:  Agrestals, Gregarious weeds, crop productivity, Phytosociology, Quedrates.

2.2.17 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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CARICATURES IN THE POETRY OF DR. S. R. PATIL

NARENDRA SONU TAYADE

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Principal ground of writing literature is to correct the vices of the human beings and society. Humor lots time is used by many writers for this. Some have used satires in all forms of literature viz. drama, novel and poetry. Dr. S.R. Patil composed his anthology of poetry entitled ‘Songs of Soul and Soil’. The book contains variety of poems. He deals with various aspects of human society, nature and animals in this anthology. He sees the world from the sight of his typical eyes. Being a sensible and rational human being, his approach towards society, nature and animals is purely progressive.  He mocks at the follies and foibles of the society and an individual for their eccentric behavior in his poetry. The chief intention of the paper is to study the caricatures in the selected poetry of Dr. S.R. Patil. 

2.2.18 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : HISTORY

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HINDU SINDHIS-ROOTS AND ROUTES OF DIASPORA

HEMA RAVI PINJANI

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Based on field research activity and oral history, this paper is about the general demographic and social structure of pre-1947 Sind. It is a brief discussion on the different distinctions within the Hindu Sindhi group. As one knows with independence and partition of India, Hindu Sindhis are a dispersed community. And it is these distinctions that had and continue to have a bearing on the occupational patterns of the Diaspora and Sindhi business practice generally.

Crucial to this study is the fact that in the post-partition contemporary Sindhi society, Sindhi identity subsumes, even while preserving to varying degrees all these differences. The paper concludes that how after partition, ‘Sindhiness’ became a distinct identity from those living around the displaced Sindhis. Yet, inspite of distinctions between Sindhi jatis and regionalities, Hindu Sindhis today consider themselves to belong to the same ethnic group sharing common characteristics.  

2.2.19 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MATHS

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UNSTEADY CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER OF A VISCOUS FLUID THROUGH A POROUS MEDIUM IN A VERTICALCHANNEL WITH QUADRATIC TEMPERATURE VARIABLE

DR. K. GNANESWAR

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We make an investigation of the radiation effect on an unsteady mixed convection heat transfer through a porous medium confined in a vertical channel on whose walls a traveling thermal wave in imposed-in the presence of the heat sources. The equations governing the flow and heat transfer which are non-linear and coupled have been solved by applying a regular perturbation technique with the aspect ratio d as a perturbation parameter. The effect of radiation on the entire flow characteristic has been shown by graphical representations of the velocity, temperature, shear stress and Nusselt number.

Keywords: Unsteady; Heat transfer; Viscous fluid; Vertical channel; Quadratic temperature variable; Perturbation technique.

2.2.20 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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CONCISE STUDY OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SIDES OF BLUETOOTH EARPIECE

Ms. G. NIVEDHA; Ms. E. CAROLIN KIRUBA; Ms. M. NANDHINI; Ms. S.SARANYA

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Bluetooth is a (short-range) wireless standard, which has been improved over the years. Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz) from fixed and mobile devices, and building personal area networks (PANs).Now a days, Bluetooth ear piece have become very popular and some people wear it all day long on their ear, these people also hold their cell phone in their pockets or in a belt-clipper and by that they get exposed to electromagnetic radiations all day long. This paper will focus on the basic introduction of Bluetooth technology , benefits of Bluetooth earpiece, effects of earpiece on health (i.e. negative side of Bluetooth earpiece), and alternatives of Bluetooth earpiece and at the end of this paper we will conclude about the positive and negative side of Bluetooth earpiece. The main aim of the paper is to make a clear vision about effects of Bluetooth earpiece, because when we use earpiece we expose our self double to radiations.

Keywords: Pulsed Radio Frequency Signals, Special Interest Group (SIG), Electromagnetic Field (EMF) , Faraday Cage Effect,  Air Tube Headset ,Retro Handset Telephone.