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An Alternative Of Traditional Learning :E-Learning
Author:Sunil Narbaria*, V.K. Painkra, S. Pradhan And Y. Dhruv
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 140-146
The present article is going to aware of people who stop their learning and don?t want to continue their study due to some circumstances and for those who facilitated with modern technology like computer with faster internet connections. Elearning emerge as a strong alternative of traditional learning. Various public and private educational institutes offering various courses which are very effective to gain competitive skills for working in changing world. People can join these courses and full fill the requirement of professional skills.
Research On The Concept Of Role A Bridge Between The Concept Of Structure And Architectural
Author:Fouzieh Zeinali* And Masoud Nabimeybodi
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 129-139
Architectural concept once, had concealed in own combination, integration and compilation of various theoretical and practical knowledge, while today we are witnessing demotion in the activities that almost all are focused on structural design and built form branching and taking special flavor of concept such as constructions, installations, interior design etc. in the form of separate academic disciplines that even taught in different colleges and have changed the position and concept of architectural and have followed consequences such as identity loosing , increasing energy consumption, resources and natural wasting , etc. However, due to the conditions of modern times continues the process of branching and being special in the field of construction, in the other hand, in order to counter the effects of the mentioned consequence have been done and are done researches and theoretical studies that some of them trying to explain the concepts and relations of structure and architecture. In this regard, the authors began a research with the aim of investigating role of structure in architecture. Fundamental question was raised in the route of doing this research, what is the exact purpose of the concept of "role" basically ?and whether we can use this concept as a "concept" in order to compilation and convergence concepts of architectural structures? In order to achieve a theoretical framework to answer the mentioned issues, and with enjoying some research techniques by grounded theory method was launched to data reviewing and categorization which have been presented their summary in this article . This study explains the role of the structural elements is "acquisition" with other structural elements and giving "relationship" between these elements has created an"attribution" status and will be caused divergence of these elements.
Constraints Associated With The Use Of Weather Forecasting Service
Author:Rajesh*, A. K. Godara, C. D. Autade And S. K. Mehta
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 125-128
There is great need of sustainable management in the agricultural sector of the world economics. Accurate and timely forecast of rainfall pattern and other weather variable continue still be a major challenge and preoccupation for the scientific community to sustain the agricultural development. The dictionary meaning of constraints are ?confinement?, the exercise to force to determine or ?confine action, ?bound? and ?flattered condition? and restriction of liberty. The major constraints in using the weather forecasting information as may be seen from the table. The possible reasons as reported by the respondents for these problems are as follows: Absence of location specific weather forecasts was the major problem because the forecasts usually cover a wider area and speculation exists among farmers. Poor reliability of weather forecasts was a problem because of lack of certainty of information. Hence, farmers lack trust in the forecasts. One of the most serious constraint was that mostly weather forecasting was not timely forecast at the time of flood and drought and success rate was also very low. Corinne et al. (2000) reported that many felt that weather pattern in Andean semi and region had changed and traditional indicators were not as they were in the past. However, they have not been replaced or modified to date. Constraints regarding the understand ability of weather forecasting information. It was found that belief about weather forecast was more powerful than modern weather forecasting in farmer?s view was one of the most serious constraints. All the constraints can be minimized by providing guidance to the farmers and by distribution literature and training regarding technicality of weather forecasting advisory services to the farmers.
Consumer Responsibility Of Low Sugar, Low Calorie And Fibre Enriched Lal Peda
Author:B.C. Andhare*, D.C. Rai And Tanweer Alam1
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 121-124
Varanasi, the city of gallis and ghats is not only famous for its Banarasi saree and Banarasi paan, but also famous for the Lal Peda loaded with higher amount of sugar and loaded with Ghee, the Peda is shaped by hand and dusted with semolina and pistachios as a finishing touch. Lal Peda is a popular heat desiccated traditional dairy delicacy of eastern India specially Uttar Pradesh. It is prepared by blending of Khoa and sugar followed by heat desiccation until characteristic reddish brown colour appears. The Lal Peda is deficit in fibre so the developed Lal Peda was prepared with addition of oat. This product is manufactured since long time yet not glamorized as other Khoa based sweet products like Burfi, Peda etc. The main reason behind this is, these products centered into specific areas and have not proper focused by research scientists and extension workers. So the experiment was carried out on low calorie, low sugar and fibre enriched Lal Peda . The process for the manufacture of low calorie, low sugar and fibre enriched Lal Peda was standardized. Optimization of product stages and levels of addition of maltodextrin, sorbitol, oat, sugar and aspartame were used with help of sensory evaluation score. Hence, the formulation with buffalo milk with 3 per cent fat, 2 per cent maltodextrin, 0.50 per cent oat on the basis of milk and 20 per cent sugar and 0.10 aspartame on the basis of Khoa were considered to be the most appropriate formulation for preparation of low sugar, low calorie and fibre enriched Lal Peda. The proximate composition of developed Lal Peda contained 17.95 per cent moisture, 14.28 per cent fat, 16.93 per cent protein, 13.58 per cent lactose, 20.18 per cent sugar, 3.18 per cent ash and 4.18 per cent dietary fibre. The developed Lal Peda samples were tasted to 125 consumers selected randomly. The consumers were picked-up randomly under different age, sex and health groups. Among the consumers suffering from various diseases 93.5 per cent consumers rated the product liked extremely and liked very much.
Biomedical Waste Management: Health And Safety Practices And Extent Of Its Use By Waste Handling Workers
Author:Swati Srivastava* And Ritu Singhvi
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 117-120
Biomedical waste management has recently emerged as an issue of major concern not only to hospitals, nursing home authorities but also to the environmental and law enforcement agencies, media and the general public. The present investigation was conducted in Udaipur city of Rajasthan state to know the health and safety practices and extent of its use by 255 waste handling workers in one government hospital,two private hospitals and common treatment facility. The health and safety measures used by waste handling workersas found that they were adopting most of these two practices always as per the biomedical waste (Management and Handling) Rules,1998. Only among few waste handling workers was sometimes not followed these health and safety measures during handling of biomedical waste .It was basically due to un-awareness of health hazards which may occur because of improper training related to the biomedical waste management practices.
Knowledge And Adoption Of Recommended Cultivation Technologies By The Chilli Growers
Author:S. S. Pingale, A. N. Deshmukh*, S. U. Mokhale And G. T. Zore
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 113-116
The present study on ?knowledge and adoption of recommended cultivation technologies by the chilli growers? was conducted in the year 2015?16 in Amravati district. For this study 60 chilli growers were purposively selected from one tehsils of district with the help of random sampling method. The data were collected with the help of structured interview schedule. Collected data was carefully examined, classified quantified and tabulated. Frequencies, mean, standard deviation, correlation of co-efficient analysis were employed for interpreting the results. Results obtained after analysis have been summarized as below. Findings revealed that majority of the respondents 75 per cent were find in the medium experience in chilli cultivation group. Majority of the respondents 61.67 per cent were educated upto college level. Nearly the respondents 50 per cent belonged to semi medium land holding between 2.01 to 4 ha. Maximum percentages of the respondents had their annual income in between Rs. 50,001 to 1,00,000/- and above. Majority of the respondents 70 per cent were had low area under chilli. 70 per cent of the respondents had medium labour availability. 63.33 per cent respondents had area under irrigation upto 2 ha. 40 per cent of the respondents had medium extension contact. 55 per cent of the respondents had medium source of information. Majority of the respondents had medium risk orientation. 68.33 per cent of the respondents had medium level of market orientation. 56.66 per cent of the respondents had medium level knowledge, whereas 68.33 per cent of the respondents had medium level adoption. Findings of relational analysis revealed that the characteristics such experience in chilli cultivation was negatively and significantly correlated while education, land holding, annual income, area under irrigation, labour availability, area under chilli crop, extension contact, source of information and risk orientation were positively and significantly correlated with knowledge about recommended practices of chilli. Whereas market orientation were not associated with knowledge about recommended practices of chilli. Among the characteristics of respondents viz., land holding, education, annual income, area under chilli crop, labour availability, area under irrigation, source of information and risk orientation were positively and significantly correlated with adoption. Whereas experience in chilli cultivation, extension contact and market orientation were non-significant with adoption. Market fluctuation, high cost of insecticides and pesticides, high cost of fertilizer, irregular power supply, high wages of labour were the important constraint.
Using Line X Tester Analysis To Develop New Source Of Cytoplasmic Male Sterile Line In Hybrid Rice
Author:M.I. Abo Youssef*, M. S. Abd El Aty1, S. A. Yousef1 And M.O Shehata
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 105-112
Five cytoplasmic male sterile lines with their maintainer of different sources of cytoplasmic male sterile were used to make possible combination by using line x tester model to develop new source of cytoplasmic male sterile, this experiment was conducted at experimental farm of Rice Research Section, Sakha, Kafrelsheikh during and 2014 and 2015 season in RCB design with three replication. The data were recorded on some anther, pollen grains, morphological and yield characters, the results showed that, most of the studied characters exhibited differences and highly significant especially for anther shape and color of pollen grains as well as, panicle exertion per cent seed set per cent and grain yield per plant-1 there were ranged (86.33-100), (86.04-100), (71.57-87.04), (10.23-18.07) and (12.03-16.03) for up normal anther and color of pollen grains as well as, panicle exertion per cent seed set per cent and grain yield per plant-1, whereas, testers were recorded 0.01 for anther shape and Wight colour of pollen grains and (97.00-99.67), (92.05-95.13) and (38.10-45.33) for panicle exsertion per cent, seed set per cent and grain yield per plant-1whereas the hybrid combinations were ranged (71.43-100), (73.30-100), (57.37-90.87), (7.03-18.07) and (11.03-18.12) for these characters. SCA was higher than GCA for all the studied characters indicating the dominance gene action played importance role in the genetic control for these characters in develop new source of cytoplasmic male sterile lines in hybrid rice breeding programme.
The Farmer?S Perception About Weather Forecasting Advisory Services
Author:Rajesh*, S.K. Mehta, C. D. Autade And A. K. Godara
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 98-104
Weather forecasting is the application of science and technology to predict the state of atmosphere for the future time and a given location. Human beings have attempted to predict the weather informally for the millennia and formally since at least the nineteenth century. Weather forecasts are made by collecting quantitative data about the current state of atmosphere and using scientific understanding of atmosphere processes to reject the atmosphere will evolve. Gibson (1959) defined PERCEPTION as the process by which an individual maintains contact with the environment. Perception is what we want to perceive from information. Perceptions vary from person to person. Different people perceive different things about the same situation. But more than that, we assign different meanings to what we perceive. It was concluded from the observation that most of the respondents had low perception level about weather forecasting advisory services in Hisar and Kaithal district. Most of the respondent had high belief in traditional weather forecasting pattern than scientific weather forecasting. The most important thing is that farmers are not interested in knowing the economic benefits of weather forecasting advisory services. It was also noticed from this survey that weather forecast advisory services will be more readily adopted if the agricultural extension services are improved. It was also observed that weather forecast affects the farmer?s decision to small extent.
Process Standardization Of Low Sugar, Low Calorie And Fibre Enriched Lal Peda
Author:B.C. Andhare*, D.C. Rai And Tanweer Alam1
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 90-97
Varanasi,the city of gallis and ghats is not only famous for its Banarasi saree and Banarasi paan, but also famous for the Lal Peda loaded with higher amount of sugar and loaded with ghee, the Peda is shaped by hand and dusted with semolina and pistachios as a finishing touch. LalPeda is a popular heat desiccated traditional dairy delicacy of eastern India specially Uttar Pradesh. It is prepared by blending of Khoa and sugar followed by heat desiccation until characteristic reddish brown colour appears. The Lal Peda is deficit in fibre so the developed Lal Peda was prepared with addition of oat. This product is manufactured since long time yet not glamorized as other Khoa based sweet products like Burfi, Peda etc. The main reason behind this is, these products centered into specific areas and have not proper focused by research scientists and extension workers. So the experiment was carried out on low calorie, low sugar and fibre enriched Lal Peda. The process for the manufacture of low calorie, low sugar and fibre enriched Lal Peda was standardized. Optimization of product stages and levels of addition of maltodextrin, sorbitol, oat, sugar and aspartame were used with help of sensory evaluation score. Hence, the formulation with buffalo milk with 3 per cent fat, 2 per cent maltodextrin, 0.50 per cent oat on the basis of milk and 20 per cent sugar and 0.10 per cent aspartame on the basis of Khoa were considered to be the most appropriate formulation for preparation of low sugar, low calorie and fibre enriched Lal Peda. The proximate composition of developed Lal Peda contained 17.95 per cent moisture, 14.28 per cent fat, 16.93 per cent protein, 13.58 per cent lactose, 20.18 per cent sugar, 3.18 per cent ash and 4.18 per cent dietary fibre. Preliminary studies were carried out for screening of fat replacers i.e. maltodextrin and sorbitol for replacement of fat. Then various stages like at milk stage, at Rabri stage and lastly at pat formation stage for addition of fat replacers were analyzed. As the developed Lal Peda was enriched with fibre, oat was used. The stage of addition and various levels were also analyzed. The developed low calorie and fibre enriched Khoa was used for preparation of Lal Peda. For preparation of Lal Peda, various levels of sugar and aspartame as sugar replacement was used. The selection of various stages and levels, the sensory evaluation by semi expert judges was carried out. The developed Lal Peda was finalized by screening method.
Article 20 : Protection In Respect Of Conviction For Offences
Author:Shriya Singh* And Rajendra Anbhule
Volume: 11 | Issue no: 1-2016 | Pagination: 87-89
This paper aims at protecting the rights of the criminals from retrospective laws, double jeopardy and self incrimination. The three clause of article 20 have been briefly enumerated. The historical background speaks about the need of fundamental rights at various stages in the history of the country. There is also a brief mention of the classification of fundamental rights. Various case laws have been discussed to explain the changing needs of the society and expending the periphery of the meaning of fundamental rights by the Indian judiciary.
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