With world economy struggling in its way and looking for alternative options, India’s wine tourism is poised to achieve a great boost if right direction and promotion are given. Even though wine production has a long history in India, there has not been much of growth in this Industry for a long time until recently, where some results are surfacing. This paper explores tourism opportunities in promoting viticulture and vinification as a tool for development of wine tourism which in return has a wider capacity and capability to bring economic growth and employment in the current scenario. The irony today is that we do not promote vinification (production of wine from grapes) instead we promote import of wine from different parts of the world. Whereas we have physiological diversity that suits the flourishing of viniculture at home grounds. Promotion of wine tourism in India will have a long term benefits in terms of economic growth, job potential and international recognition as a ‘wine producing country’ With world looking at India, there are many job openings that can flourish Indian job market. Many foreign companies are either already existing or eager to enter Indian market. We have large numbers of emerging domestic market in metro cities and international clients. To cater these potential customers we are in dire need of quality professionals for current and future job market in Hospitality Industry. With the promotion of wine tourism, F &B service professionals with right skills are needed to deliver required service. In the current scenario where people have started to use spare money and time, there is a wide scope of introduction of wine as a drink with food in general masses. As we have burgeoning middle class with spare money and time, there is big market to cater at home front. The process of preparation, production, storing and service of wines itself involves lots of employment opportunities and economic potential. With cheap labour in India we can do lot more than developed countries of west and give good competition in quality and price for the production and preparation of quality wines. India can certainly be favourite outsourced destination for production of quality grapes for wine production and even become producers of finest wines. As vinification requires professionals to prepare wine hence promoting vinification will enhance many outlets for source of wine as a drink along with dinner, rather than spirits. Once the difference of spirits and wine is established, we will see a lot of demand for wines. Hence viticulture & vinification can bring International recognition to Indian wines and due to cheap labour India will see a boom in wine tourism. At the same time we will require enormous amount of professionals to cater to these needs thereby providing jobs to locals and improving economy.
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- Dr. Bharat SharmaHead of Department, Hospitality & Business Australian Education Academy, Melbourne Australia
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Dr. Bharat Sharma "Viticulture and Vinification” Two Fundamentals in Promotion of Wine Tourism In India International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.01-05 2015
The present research involves hydrochemical analysis of 148 representative groundwater samples across the monsoonal season from quaternary alluvial aquifer system of Mahakalapara Block, coastal Kendrapara district, Odisha. The hydrogeochemical as well as the spatial analysis indicates widespread occurrences of moderately hard to hard groundwater across the entire study area with practically total absence of soft groundwater horizon. The total hardness of the subsurface water displays a distinct increase from premonsoon to postmonsoon season. The southern and western parts of the study area show a greater variation of groundwater hardness than the eastern part. This higher concentration of total hardness of subsurface water is attributed to the greater activity of Calcium and Magnesium divalent cations which seem to be originating from the underground limestone terrain upstream of the western part and from the dissolution of calcrete nodules.
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- Prabhu Prasad DasDepartment of Geology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
- H.K.SahooDepartment of Geology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
- P. P. MohapatraDepartment of Earth Sciences, Pondicherry University, Puducherry, India
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Prabhu Prasad Das, H.K.Sahoo, P. P. Mohapatra "Seasonal Variation of Groundwater Hardness in Mahakalapara Block, Kendrapara District, Odisha, India: A Geospatial Approach" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.06-10 2015
Cyclone is most commonly used device to separate dust particles from gas and dust flow. The project presents design development of flour mill cyclone and its analysis by CFD along with experimental trials. In this the characteristics of flour mill cyclone are studied for various flow rates (inlet velocities) and its effect on performance parameters like pressure drop and efficiency are studied. Cyclone is designed with two symmetrical tangential inlets and a single tangential outlet at the barrel top area where impeller is mounted. The study was performed on both cyclones for gas-solid flow, based on an experimental study available in the literature, where a conventional cyclone model was used. The collection efficiency of single inlet cyclone is compare with double symmetrical inlet cyclone and the result indicate that the double inlet cyclone provide higher collection efficiency than that of the single inlet cyclone. Simulation of flow will be done with the help of CFD software and verification will be done with the help of experimental work. This new design can improve the cyclone performance parameters significantly and very interesting details were found on cyclone fluid dynamics properties.
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- Rahul Patil M.E. Design, Student of All India shree Shivaji memorial society college of engineering Kennedy road, Mechanical Engineering, Pune University
 Lingjuan Wang,(2004). Theoretical study of cyclone design, Texas A & M University  Bernardo, S., Mori, M., W.P.Martignoni (2006). Evaluation of cyclone geometry and its influence on its performance parameters by CFD. Powder Technology  Boysan, F., Ayers, W.H. and Swithenbank, J.A. (1982).Fundamental Mathematical Modeling Approach to Cyclone Design. Inst. of Chemical Engineers  Crawford, M. (1976).Air Pollution Control Theory, McGraw-Hill.  Bernardo, S., Peres, A.P. and Mori, M. (2005) Computational Study of Cyclone Flow Fluid Dynamics using a Different Inlet Section Angle. Thermal Engineering (RETERM),  Lapple, C.E. (1951).Process use many collector types. Chemical Engineering  L Wang, C.B.Parneel, B.W.Shaw, R.E.Lecay (2006). A theoretical approach for predicting number of turns and cyclone pressure drop.  Martignoni, W.P., Bernardo, S. and Quintani, C.L.(2005).Evaluation of Geometric Modifications at an Experimental Cyclone using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).Proceedings on 2nd CFD Oil, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
Rahul Patil "Design and Analysis for Flour Mill Cyclone " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.11-14 2015
The seamless drawn cups typically find wide applications in all the fields of life such as food storage cans, appliances, automotive and aerospace industries. The operation of cup drawing using flat sheet metal blank requires two forces, one for drawing operation and the other is for strip holding force to control the flow of stock during drawing operation. Generally drawing operation is carried out using straight type draw tool (punch at the top and die at the bottom) utilizing Double Action Press which gives the two required forces. The present paper deals with the idea of designing and fabrication of an Inverted Draw Tool which can perform in Single Action Press. This Press gives only one force which is utilized for drawing and the other force required for strip holding is created in the tool by means of a compression spring. The strip holding force is calculated using empirical formula which is related to drawing force. The spring of suitable design is selected for use. The provision is made in the tool to vary the spring force so that the optimum spring holding force can be obtained by trial and error method to enable getting drawn components without draw defects. The design and fabrication of the inverted draw tool was successful and drawing operation from the stock was carried out.
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- B.S. Surendra Mechanical Engineering Department, Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
- G.M. Sandeep Mechanical Engineering Department, Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
- P. Balachandra Shetty Mechanical Engineering Department, Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
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B.S. Surendra , G.M. Sandeep , P. Balachandra Shetty "Design and Fabrication of Inverted Cup Single Action Press Draw Tool " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.15-17 2015
Shape memory alloys (SMAs) are one of the most widely used smart materials in many applications because of their shape memory effect property and pseudo elastic behavior. In this work, the behavior of NiTi SMA helical spring was evaluated at various temperatures. The unique property of SMAs temperature dependent Young’s modulus has been used to change the stiffness of the spring. The experiments were carried out at different temperatures to determine the stiffness of SMA spring. The experimental results shows that SMA based helical springs stiffness increases with increase in temperature and deflection decreases with increase in temperature. The result demonstrates SMA springs have great potential and can be used to control the vibrations.
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- R.B.BarjibheDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, SSGBCOET,Bhusawal, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India
- Dr. Bimlesh Kumar Principal,J.T.Mahajan College of Engineering, Faizpur, Maharashtra, India
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R.B.Barjibhe, Dr. Bimlesh Kumar "Performance Evaluation of SMA NiTi Helical Spring at Various Temperatures" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.18-20 2015
INTRODUCTION Indian Economy is an Agrarian Economy and thus it is called as an Agricultural Country. One third of the India’s population directly or indirectly depends on the agricultural sector for earning their livelihood. They are depending upon this sector for earning their living. Since Years & times Indian Agriculture remains as the main stray and aspect of the Indian economy. Indian agriculture contributes about 25 per cent to the national gross domestic product (GDP) of the Country. As food is the great need of human beings & mankind, much emphasis has been on commercializing the agricultural production and output. For this reason only, adequate production and even adequate distribution of food has become a high priority and importance all over the world and globe.
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- Prof. Shubhangi Vitthal GaikwadAssistant Professor & Head, Department of Commerce MAEER’S Arts, Commerce & Science College Pune
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Prof. Shubhangi Vitthal Gaikwad "Present Indian Agri Marketing System and Agri Business" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.21-27 2015
In this work, the quality of a butt welded joint is analyzed using ANSYS Finite Element Analysis Software. It is modeled as a three dimensional transient heat conduction problem. The process of welding is simulated as a moving heat source in the welding zone. The temperature distribution for different heat flux and weld speed are obtained from the Thermal analysis. The result of the Thermal analysis is given as input to the structural analysis and the coupled field analysis is carried out. The effect of input parameters such as heat flux and weld speed is analyzed. It has been found from the investigations that the weld speed and heat flux greatly influence the temperature distribution and residual stress developed in the welded area which in turn improve the quality of weld. Thus, the optimum parameter for quality welding has been found as minimum heat flux and maximum weld speed.
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- Prof. Vishawanath KanalDepartment of Mechanical Engineering BLDEA CET Bijapur/Karnataka/India
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Prof. Vishawanath Kanal, "FEA Analysis on Weld Structure" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.28-31 2015
eGovernance can be defined as “a government structure which is efficient and effective and is duly controlled by citizens” (Bedi et al, 2001). Perri 6 (2004) states e-governance tools can “be used to sustain…the important elements of accountability and tension that a liberal democratic order requires”. Within the same context, e-governance aims to promote policy making, however e-government requires the use of e-democracy.On the other hand, e-government means “exploiting the power of information and communications technology to help transform the accessibility, quality and cost-effectiveness of public services” E-government also relates to the relationship between citizens and those in power. To increase accountability and empowerment, the use of e-government is vital, in order to achieve citizen participation. The topic of e-government and e-governance has become increasingly acknowledged over the last few years, and many governments desire for online services. However developing countries are disadvantaged due to lack of capital and knowledge of the internet and Information Technology. Developing countries are more likely to have corrupting governments, thus restricting the level of ICTs within the country. However with organisations from developed countries, implementation of programmes produces effective results; the degree of corruption is reduced and democracy heightens. It is also important to mention, even developed countries are confronted by issues such as how to structure their e-government. Researcher has reviewed some previous literature related to the eGovernance insome developing and developed countries and India. eGovernance is playing very vital role in social and economic development of various segments of the society. Their role to uplift the various area is multi-dimensional, so it was a challenging subject for the research study. The covered studies discover facts, knowledge, trend, practices and other elements in society, government and related aspects of egovernance. for Local Self Government.
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- Babasaheb D. PatilResearch Scholar, Shivaji University, Kolhapur
- Dr. R.V.KulkarniShivaji University, Kolhapur
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Babasaheb D. Patil, Dr. R.V.Kulkarni "A Critical Study of eGovernance Implementation by Local Self-government in Kolhapur District of Maharashtra, India: A Literature Review" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.32-40 2015
Cloud offers various services that not only stored but can also be shared among multiple users .But the major problem is about data integrity due to existence of hardware/software failure and human errors.To check the integrity of cloud data ,third party auditor(public verifier) is introduced to perform public auditing.A privacy preserving mechanism in which the identity of the user on each shared block is protected from public verifier, who is responsible to efficiently verify shared data integrity instead of retrieving the entire file. Ring signature is being exploited to audit the correctness of shared data by verifying the metadata available to the auditor.We introduce a new mechanism that perform batch auditing to handle multiple requests concurrently by improving the efficiency of the auditing using multi cloud.
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- Miss. Harsha B.Patil M.E. Student, Department of CSE, Shri Sant Gadge Baba College of Engineering & Technology, Bhusawal, North Maharashtra University, India
- Prof. Yogesh S. Patil Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, Shri Sant Gadge Baba College of Engineering & Technology, Bhusawal, North Maharashtra University, India.
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Miss. Harsha B.Patil Prof. Yogesh S. Patil "Privacy Preserving Batch Auditing for Multiuser and Multicloud" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.41-45 2015
Video streaming is highly challenging to provide high quality video streaming services for mobile users consistently due to limited computational capacity, energy supply and dynamic change in wireless channels. It is gaining more popularity among mobile users. Though progressive download is highly used it has disadvantage. It is not possible to maintain very large buffer in smart phones. If the user turns off the video player in middle then the buffered unwatched video may go waste. The latest mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets, are equipped with multiple wireless network interfaces. In order to maintain high video streaming quality while reducing the wireless service cost, the optimal video streaming process with multiple links is formulated as a Markov Decision process (MDP). This paper provides an overview of video streaming and MDP in real time. We close by are sharing our opinions on what some of the important open questions are in this area as well as our thoughts on how the adaptive depth first real time search algorithms can be improvised so that might seek out best answers.
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- Vidya M NM.Tech Student Dept. of ISE, Dr. AIT, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
- Nandini Prasad K SAssociate Professor Dept. of ISE, Dr. AIT, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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Vidya M N, Nandini Prasad K S "Depth First Real Time Search Method for Video Streaming Over Multiple Wireless Networks: An Overview" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.46-48 2015
The paper provides a good alternative method for quadratic programming problem (QPP) concern with non-linear programming problem (NLPP) because the technique is useful to apply on numerical problems, reduces the labour work and save valuable time.
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- Kirtiwant P. GhadleDepartment of Mathematics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
- Tanaji S. PawarDepartment of Mathematics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India)
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Kirtiwant P. Ghadle, Tanaji S. Pawar "Quadratic Programming Problems–Special Case- Alternative Method " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.49-51 2015
In the quest of energy resources, oil exploration and production is in its peak activity during the present era. Oil and gas fields worldwide are reaching maturity, pushing operations to more challenging areas. During transportation of oil through a pipeline, when the oil temperature is higher than the pipe wall temperature, there will be a dissolved wax concentration gradient between the bulk oil and pipe wall. Crystallization and deposition of waxes occurs if the wall/interface temperature falls below the wax appearance temperature (WAT) of oil being transported. It can affect single wells along with transportation pipelines that are critical to the safe supply of oil to processing facilities. Wax deposition is a very complex phenomenon. Proper pipelines and production equipment is one of the main challenges in Flow Assurance. As remedial costs increase with decreasing production, wax precipitation and deposition significantly influence economy for a field.There are several wax deposition models with different approaches on modeling wax deposition. The basic wax deposition models are Rygg, Rydahland Ronningsen (RRR) model, Matzain model, Hydro model and University of Michigan model. The important element is to illustrate how wax deposition models predict wax build up. The present study intends to analyse the effect of wax deposition on pipelines by RRR model and estimate the temperature profile during summer and winters in entire length of pipeline using MATLAB software &compares it with real time SCADA results. It also estimates and compares the pressure drop and volume of wax deposited along the length of the pipeline.
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- Anand GuptaOil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited
- Anirbid Sircar Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gujarat, India
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Anand Gupta, Anirbid Sircar "Flow Assurance and Comparison of Modelling & SCADA Results for Onshore Crude Oil Trunk Line - A Case Study" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.52-60 2015
Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. These bronzes has high tensile strength, wear resistance and hardness that can be improved by adding and varying the percentage of tin, zinc to base metal. It is also possible improve hardness by heat treatment followed by different cooling mediums. This paper deals with preparation and the comparative study of tensile strength, hardness behavior of Tin bronzes which consist of copper metal reinforced with zinc, tin and in different weight ratio combinations.
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- D.ASIRINAIDUAssistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, AITAM (Autonomous),Tekkali, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA
- D.Ramajogi Naidu(Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, AITAM (Autonomous),Tekkali, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA)
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D.ASIRINAIDU, D.Ramajogi Naidu "Experimental Evaluation in the Properties of Various Tin Bronzes " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.61-64 2015
The solubility studies of corn oil triglycerides in hydrotrope solution were been studied in Naresh et al(2012). Here, the interaction of triglyceride molecule of Corn oil with hydrotrope solution has been discussed in detail. The hydrotropes used are sodium benzoate, sodium salicylate and sodium acetate trihydrate. It was later known that these hydrotropes forms their respective bases and acids with water.
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- C. NareshPetroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Department A. C. College of Technology, Chennai-600025
- N. Nagendra GandhiPetroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Department A. C. College of Technology, Chennai-600025
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C. Naresh, N. Nagendra Gandhi"Interaction of Triglyceride Molecule of Corn Oil with Hydrotrope Solution" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.65 2015
Today’s world is computerized world. The cybercrime is also on an increase the web of www is increased day by day. So protection of software is the important part. In existing system, email account can be accessed by providing username and password. Disadvantage of existing system is username is known to everyone and password can be guessed. It is a tedious job to remember password of each account as user has many accounts like on Gmail, yahoo, social networking sites etc. Proposed system will overcome all these disadvantages. Aim of proposed system is to implement a 2D face recognition technique using image processing and design a SMTP/POP3. Email client application that will use the face recognition module for validation and authentication of user. A facial recognition system is a computer application for automatically identifying or verifying a person from a digital image or a video frame from a video source. This kind of email application ensures that a person is who they claim to be, eliminating any worry of someone using illicitly obtained keys or access cards.
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- Yuvraj Saini Department of Electronics & Communication, Pratap University, Jaipur
- N. C. Bajia Department of Electronics & Communication, Pratap University, Jaipur
- Abhinandan Jain Department of Electronics & Communication, Pratap University, Jaipur
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Yuvraj Saini, N. C. Bajia, Abhinandan Jain "A Snapshot Model for Web Based Surveillance System" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.66-70 2015
Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is define as “the ethical behavior of the organization in the community” which is initiated only by for- profit organization. In present corporate scenario CSR become increasing prominent because the stable organization corporate have realized that besides growing their business it is also our responsibility to build trustworthy and sustainable relationships with community at large and it is only the key drivers for their long term survival in this century of intense competition. The popular definition of CSR in the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development, by improving the life of workforce and their family members including the local community and society at a large. Apart from gauging the changes in the CSR scenario after the introduction of the companies Act 2013, the ministry of corporate affairs laid down the guidelines and CSR rules. Lots of discussion and debates were made on CSR but finally favorable augments underline tradeoff between CSR and long term survival of the organization. This all has lead to a movement of CSR concept from optional to compulsory. Holistic approach on the existing CSR scenario is required to align the legal framework with the dynamic requirements of globalization, competitiveness, productivity, stake holders and sustainable development/survival of the organization. The long term image of the organization in the community can be developed through effective CSR practices . This research paper focuses on the inevitable factor of CSR as now these are not essential for the economic growth of the organization but for developing the image of the organization or its survival also. This research paper is completed on the study bases of the data collected through news paper, magazine , primary and secondary sources from profitable Automobile Industries located at DELHI NCR having manpower strength more than 1000 nos.
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- Gyanender Kumar DixitResearch Scholar, Management, JJTU, Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan-India).
- Dr Ajay Kumar SharmaAssistant Professor, Management Studies, The Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences, Bhiwani-(Haryana-India)
 Abhijit Siddhanta, Debalina Roy (2010)), Employee engagement – Engaging the 21st century workforce, Asian Journal Of Management Research, 170-188  Abhishek Gupta(2013), Industrial Revolution and Management in India, J.Glob. and Sci. Issues, Vol. 1, Issue 2,39-44  Anupam Rani, Upasna Joshi ,(2012), A Study of Talent Management as a Strategic Tool for the Organization in Selected India IT Companies, European Journal Of Business and Management ,Vol. 4, No. 4, 20-28  Solomon Markos, M. Sandhya Sridevi(2010), Employee Engagement : The key to Improving Performance, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 5,No. 12, 89-96  Nibedita Nanda , Prof. Jaya Krushna Panda(2013), Challenges and Effectiveness of Industrial Relation Environment in Indian industries : A study on Rourkela Steel Plant, Rourkela, Odisha, India, International Journal of Marketing, Financial Services & Management Research, Vol. 2, No. 6, 163-175  Nupur Chaudhary, Dr. Bharti Sharma(2012), Impact of Employee Motivation on Performance(Productivity) In Private Organization, International Journal of Business Trends and technology , Volume 2, Issue 4, 29-35  Pallavi Kumari (2013), Problem and Prospect of Industrial Relation in Coal Industry With Special reference to C.C.L.,Ranchi, A Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol. 2, Issue 6, 1-16  Preeti Khatri , Shikha Gupta , Kapil Gulati, Santosh Chauhan(2010), Talent Management in HR, Journal of Management Strategy, Vol.1,No.1, 39-45  Rajpreet Kaur(2013), Empirical Study of Talent Management Program and Its Impact on the Employee‟s Retainment and Performance in Indian Supermarket Big Bazaar, Human Resource Management Research, Vol. 3(3) ,61-70  CII- Policy Watch (2012), Focus: Industrial Relation – A New Paradigm , Volume 1, Issue 7, 1-8  Ms. Chitvan Khosla(2015), Corporate Social Responsibility : An India Perspective, Advances in Management for Business Excellence ,P 177-189
Gyanender Kumar Dixit , Dr Ajay Kumar Sharma "Corporate Social Responsibility – A Strategic Tool for Developing and Maintaining the Good Image of The Organisation In The Community" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.71-75 2015
This paper deals about the synthesis of 3-methylpentane from citric acid.The reaction includes two steps. Initially, LiAlH4 reacts with citric acid forming a polyol product and in second step, the hydriodic acid reacts with polyol to form 3-methylpentane. The purpose of this research paper is to provide high octane fuel for transportation.The octane number for 3-methylpentane is found to be 80 – 86.
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- C. NareshChemical Engineering Department A. C. College of Technology, Chennai
- N. Nagendra GandhiChemical Engineering Department A. C. College of Technology, Chennai
. D Sokic-Lazic, SD Minteer “Citric acid cycle biomimic on acarbon electrode” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2008 - Elsevier . B Safer, JR Williamson “Mitochondrial-cytosolic interactions inperfused rat heart Role of coupled transamination in repletion ofcitric acid cycle intermediates” Journal of Biological Chemistry,1973 . JW Guo, TS Zhao, J Prabhuram, “CW Wong Preparation and thephysical/electrochemical properties of a Pt/C nanocatalyststabilized by citric acid for polymer electrolyte fuelcells"ElectrochimicaActa, 2005 - Elsevier
C. Naresh, N. Nagendra Gandhi "Promise of Citric Acid for BioFuel" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.76-77 2015
The Virtual classroom environment is web-based and accessed through a portalor software basand require a downloadable executable file. Just like in a real-world classroom, a student in a virtual classroom participates in synchronousinstruction, which means that the teacher and students are logged into the virtual learning environment at the same time.Many schools and businesses have rolled out virtual classrooms to provide synchronous distance education. I have analysed and gathered efficient requirements to develop an effective virtual classroom software.
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- Anisa ShaikhAbdul Razzak Kalsekar Polytechnic, Panvel, Maharashtra-India
 Rachel Bolstad and Magdalene Lin September 2009  The virtual classroom: A catalyst for institutional transformation Nantha Kumar subramaniam and Maheswari Kandasamya open University Malaysia  The Virtual Classroom An Enhancement or Replacement to traditional Education JamesLafaYette Toles GeorgiaStateUniversity Jtoles1@student.gsu.edu  Research and development of web-based virtual online classroom Zongkai Yang, Qingtang Liu Department of Electronic and Information Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wu-Han, China Department of information and technology, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China Received 4 October 2004; accepted 4 December 2004  Kathy Michael, (2012) "Virtual classroom: reflections of online learning", , Vol. 29 Iss: 3, pp.156 – 165  Introducing a Virtual Classroom in a Master Course: Lessons Learned, Birgit Rognebakke KROGSTIE Department of Computer and Information Science, Norwegian University of Science and Tehcnology Trondheim, Norway and Norwegian School of IT, Oslo, Norway Bendik BYGSTAD Norwegian School of IT, Oslo, Norway
Anisa Shaikh"Virtual Classroom" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.78-80 2015
The LinkedIn in present day context is considered to be a motivating force for all business and professionals across the globe with a total membership of 135,000,000, including executives from the Fortune 500 major industries and from leading companies. The master brain behind the inception of LinkedIn application is Reid Hoffman, a graduate from oxford and Stanford is the key person behind in streamlining LinkedIn application with the support of Pay pal in the year 2002. The author Hung Lee in his book titled, “LinkedIn business” has emphasized the significance and implications of LinkedIn towards business organizations in a vibrant competitive business environment. In this book the author has showcased the usage of LinkedIn application for business by all means like starting from inception of account opening to customer interaction. The LinkedIn account can be inducted and segregated in three forms like business account, business plus account and executive account. These accounts enables business organizations to view the profiles of professionals around the globe, view full lists of people who have viewed companies account and even accessibility to premium search filters. The next aspect mainly emphasizes on framing of business page for the respective organization, where the companies are suppose to fill relevant details of the company as per the requisites like inception of company details to company description.
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- Varun Kesavan Assistant Professor, Guruvayurappan Institute of Management, Coimbatore.
Varun Kesavan "Book Review: Linked in For Business by Hung Lee" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.80 2015
In this article we studied generalized Sasakian space forms which are φ-conformally flat, φ-conharmonically flat, φ-projectively flat and prove that they are ƞ-Einstein manifolds under suitable assumptions.
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- Date of Publication: June 2015
- Sanjay Kumar TiwariAssistant Professor Department of Applied Science and Humanities Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad (India)
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Sanjay Kumar Tiwari "φ-Confomally Flat Generalized Sasakian Space Form" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.82-85 2015
All software products require maintenance and support, depending upon the abilities of project term in the overall software development environment. A good software maintenance process would reduce the cost involved in terms of money, manpower, resources and time. In recent years, software development turned into engineering through introduction of component-based software development and maintenance (CBSDM). There are various models to estimates the maintenance cost of traditional software like COCOMO, SLIM, Function Point etc., but still there is no such a model to estimate the cost of maintenance using component-based 4th GL tools. This paper presents a new approach and direction for estimating cost of software maintenance using component-based 4th GL tools at the basis of COCOMO II model and its existing parameters. The model is calibrated using the empirical data collected from 12 software 4th GL projects. The efficiency of the model is also compared with our model used for such environment. The favorable results closely matching and it can be achieved better predictive accuracy through model implementation.
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- Date of Publication: June 2015
- Mohammad Islam Research Scholar, Shri Venkateshwara University, Gajraula, UP., India
- Dr. Vinodani Katiyar Professor, SRM, University, Lucknow, UP., India,
- Prof. (Dr.) S. Qamar Abbas Director, AIMT, Lucknow, UP., India
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Mohammad Islam, Dr. Vinodani Katiyar, Prof. Dr. S. Qamar Abbas "Estimating Cost of Software Maintenance Using Component Based 4th GL Approach" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 6, pp.86-92 2015
In this paper, natural frequencies of human blood cells are obtained with help of ANSYS software. The objective of finding the natural frequencies is to prevent resonance which occurs when frequencies due to external medicines match with natural frequencies of organs of human body. Though properties of blood cell are keep on varying, properties required for analysis such as young’s modulus (E), poison’s ratio, mass density are taken within their range. Modal analysis is first carried out to yeast (bacteria) cell as a case study, natural frequencies and mode shapes are obtained and also compared with experimental values available in the literature  and the error obtained in frequency is around 9 %. Then, modal analysis is extended to Erythrocyte (biconcave shape) human blood cell to determine thirty mode shapes and natural frequencies. Finally, harmonic analysis is done to know at what frequency resonance is occurring. By preventing resonance bursting of a blood vessel in the brain and coronary arteries leading to heart can be prevented. .
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- Date of Publication: June 2015
- D.Ramajogi NaiduAsst.Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering AITAM (A), Tekkali, Srikakulam, AP., India,
- K.Laxmana RaoAsst.Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering AITAM (A), Tekkali, Srikakulam, AP., India,
 Marjan Molavi, Ali Bonakdar, Ion Stiharu, ASME 2008 Summer Bioengineering Conference(SBC 2008) June 25-29, SBC2008-192869, determination of natural frequencies of spherical cells.  Igor V. Pivkin* and George Em Karniadakis+, Physical Review Letter 101,118105 (2008), Accurate Coarse-Grained Modeling of Red Blood Cells.  Rie HIGUCHI and YOSINORI KANNO,JSME International Journal ,Series A, Vol. 49,No. 3,2006, Finite element method analysis of deformation of human red blood cells.  Roded Sharan, Moran Cabili and Elad Donsky, October 26,2006, Analysis of Biological Networks: Introduction to Cell Biology.  J. N. Reddy, 51st congress of Indian society of theoretical and applied mechanics (istam) december18-21,2006, computational engineering science: the third scientific Methodology for the 21st Century and Beyond.  Gerard b.nash and stuart egginton, Biological journal 174,109-122(1993), Comparative rheology of human and trout red blood cells.  M. Dao, C.T. Limb, S. Suresh, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 51(2003) 2259-2280, Mechanics of the human red blood cell deformed By optical tweezers.  Wing Kam Liu , Yaling Liu , David Farrell , Lucy Zhang , X. Sheldon Wang , Yoshio Fukui , Neelesh Patankar , YongjieZhang , Chandrajit Bajaj , Junghoon Lee , Juhee Hong , Xinyu Chen , Huayi Hsu, SCIENCE DIRECT, Computation Methods Appl.Mech.Engrg.195(2006) 1722-1749, Immersed finite element method and its applications to biological systems.
D.Ramajogi Naidu, K.Laxmana Rao "Finite Element Method and Its Applications to Study the Dynamic Behavior of Biological Systems" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 8, pp.93-97 2015