Due to the erratic power supply in some parts of the World, it is imperative to source for an alternative to the municipal power supply; power generators are uneconomical and generate undesirable noise when in operation. Thus, a power inverter was designed and constructed as an operational unit to serve as an automatic supply unit in case of interruption in the main supply of power and hence reduce power failure for rural and commercial usage. The main objective of this study was to construct and evaluate the performance an electrical power inverter. It was constructed according to the rules and regulation of International Electronic Engineering Standard. Materials used for construction and evaluation of the inverter were carefully sorted and selected locally considering strength, availability, durability and cost. The main component parts include transformer, relay, capacitor, socket, alternator, multi-vibrator, resistor, integrated circuit and transistor. The efficiency was obtained by varying the load on the inverter and measuring the respective power output. The inverter has the highest efficiency of 97.40% at a load of 75W and lowest efficiency of 71.70% at a load of 600W. It was also observed that there is a decrease in the output of the machine when there is a high increase in the load. The inverter can be used for commercial purposes due to its availability in terms of material for construction, strength, its efficiency, conversion of direct current to alternating current and it can also be adopted for use in agricultural establishments.
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- Akinyele, O. A.Department of Agricultural Engineering, Federal College of Agriculture, Moor plantation, Ibadan
- Aremu, D. O.Department of Agricultural Engineering, Federal College of Agriculture, Moor plantation, Ibadan
- Ogunlowo, Q. O.Department of Agricultural Engineering, Federal College of Agriculture, Moor plantation, Ibadan
- Azeez, A. A.Department of Agricultural Engineering, Federal College of Agriculture, Moor plantation, Ibadan
- Babajide, N. A.National Rice/Maize Center, c/o Federal Dept. of Agric., Moor Plantation, Ibadan
- Ogunlade, C. A.Department of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
- Alaka, A. C.Department of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
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The groundwater in coastal region has got immense attention by different researchers through mainly emphasizing on the dynamic interaction between groundwater and seawater. Due to the increase in development in coastal regions, it is important to ensure proper coastal management and coastal protection techniques in order to avoid various coastal hydro-geological, engineering, and environmental problems such as seawater intrusion, stability of coastal engineering structures, beach dewatering for construction purposes, and deterioration of the marine environment. The study area was selected as Kazibacha under Bathiaghata upazila of Khulna district. The surface water data was collected from Institute of water Modeling (IWM) for Rupsha river, Kazibacha point. Whereas two groundwater well such as well21 (N22041.241', E89031.691') and well22 (N22041.038', E89031.604') were considered for the analysis. Both surface and groundwater data were taken for the duration of 25-03-12 to 31-03-12 with an interval of 10 minutes. The datum for all the data was taken as mean sea level. Two tide components M2 and S2 were used. MATLAB-based software named TIDAL is used in order to analyze the interaction of ground water and surface water based on analytical solutions suggested by Li et. al. (2007). By applying moving average introduced by Serfes (1991) the mean water level of Rupsa river at Kazibacha point was computed as 2.27 m. Based on the software prediction the aquifer properties such as the transmissibility of well21 and well22 was found as 51.8 and 129.5 m2/h respectively and the hydraulic conductivity of well21 and well22 was found as 0.690 m/h and 1.73 m/h respectively which was very close to BWDB report. Moreover the amplitude analysis suggests that the tidal influence of the Rupsha river on the nearby groundwater of the eastern bank might be active within 100 m range. It can further be stated that if the surface water of Rupsha river in any case gets contaminated through salinity intrution or something else then the nearby groundwater within 100 m range might also get effected in different range. Another study is made on salinity intrusion modeling. For this we have choosen the lower Meghna near Raipur upazila (23° 3' 0" North, 90° 46' 0" East) of Lakshmipur district. By using Visual MODFLOW and secondary data a salinity intrusion model is made. Visual Modflow SEAWAT was used as experimental basis to simulate the salt water transport to shallow aquifers. To remove complexity a constant head boundary was assigned to entire model domain. The model simulation was run for 20 years’ time step. Model result shows a rapid transport of salt for first eight years. After eight years salt transport speed is rather slow but gradually the concentration of salt in the next twelve years (in the time scale of 20 years) will reaches the amount which is alarming compared to national standards. From the analysis it is seen that the salinity may cover almost half the area of the aquifer.
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- B.S. Pushpendue BiswasDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh
- Aseya KhatunDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh
- Md. Tauhid-Ur-RahmanDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh
- Bijit Kumar BanikDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh
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B.S. Pushpendue Biswas, Aseya Khatun, Md. Tauhid-Ur-Rahman,Bijit Kumar Banik "Measurement of Tidal Fluctuation Using MATLAB-Based Program and Development of Salinity Intrusion Model for Coastal Region of Bangladesh Using VISUAL MODFLOW" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.06-27 2015
Very low frequency (VLF) emissions are naturally occurring phenomena found in the frequency range 500 Hz to 5 kHz. These emissions include hiss, chorus, discrete, triggered emissions, oscillating tone and riser, periodic and quasi-periodic, etc. At our low latitude Indian station Lucknow (Geomagnetic Latitude 17.60N; Geomagnetic Longitude154.50E; L = 1.10), we have observed some interesting VLF signatures in the form of discrete emissions (risers) and triggered emissions recorded by the automatic whistler detector (AWD) setup. The present paper deals the generation and propagational features of these magnetospheric emissions propogated along different L-values.
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- A. K. Singh Physics Department, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India
- U. P. Verma Physics Department, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India
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A. K. Singh, U. P. Verma "Propagational Features of Magnetospheric VLF Emmissions Observed at Lucknow, India " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.28-31 2015
Improving on the health indicators in Rajasthan still remains a big challenge for government in spite of all efforts and expenditures. Indicators like Total Fertility Rate, Infant Mortality rate and Maternal Mortality Ratio of the state that is 3.1, 55 and 318 (SRS 2007 - 2009) respectively; are still higher than the National average. The Sex Ratio in the state is 926 (as compared to 940 for the country). Comparative figures of major health and demographic indicators also clearly show that Rajasthan is lagging behind the average national performance. In last two decades Government has launched several initiatives in the field of family welfare and healthcare like Janani Suraksha Yojna, Primary Health Centres, Community Health Centres, Asha Sahyoginis, Jan Mangal Yojna etc. The present study focuses on detecting the key areas that require improvement for proper implementation of the healthcare and family welfare schemes. The study reveals that people have an inclination to avail benefit of the government facilities but several factors were identified as barrios. Apart from illiteracy, lack of awareness and psychographic barriers, the main determinants affecting the utilization of Government facilities included lack of infrastructure, improper disbursement of incentives, lack of trained staff at Health Centres and indifferent behaviour of the healthcare staff. In some of the remote areas and micro interior places, transport facilities also played a significant role. The discussion and recommendations highlight the fact that Government of Rajasthan has to re-design the implementation of its initiatives to yield the desired outcomes.
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- Dr. Neelam Kalla Assistant professor, Department of Management Studies, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur (RAJ)
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Dr. Neelam Kalla"Determinants of Utilization of Services under Family Welfare and Healthcare Schemes of Government of Rajasthan: A Study of Rural Areas of Western Rajasthan " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.32-44 2015
This paper involves developing a displacement – based compare test module which compares corresponding elements in the test port and production website and generates a failure report in case the elements are misplaced by more than a centimeter. This module can be integrated into existing quality assurance platforms as an additional filter and can also be used as a plug in for location – specific tests by testing teams. Such a feature helps us move closer to the goal of automating the testing process and at the same time, make it more meticulous and rigorous.
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- Upasna SumanStudent, CSE, RVCE, Bangalore, India
- Raunak Kasera Student, CSE, RVCE, Bangalore, India
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Upasna Suman, Raunak Kasera "Displacement Detection-Comparison Dual Engine for Dynamic Web Pages" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.45-47 2015
In this paper weighted exponential regression model for intraday data is introduced. Constants are fixed in one model and estimated using OLS estimation in another model. These models are compared by using MSE and RMSE. These models are empirically proved by using wind speed data.
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- S.C. ThasleemaDepartment of Statistics, S.V. University Tirupati- 517502.
- B.SarojammaDepartment of Statistics, S.V. University, Tirupati- 517502
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S.C. Thasleema, B.Sarojamma "Weighted Exponential Regression Model for Intraday Data" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.48-50 2015
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) is a common technique used in many different applications of 3-phase voltage source inverter. This paper presents a pulse generation of SPWM technique for three-phase voltage source inverter using dsPIC33FJ16GS402 controller. Logic for implementing SPWM technique is described. The carrier signal frequency is designed for 20 kHz with varied modulation index (Ma) and the fundamental signal frequency is designed for 50Hz. Simulation results of controller circuit, carried out in PROTEUS simulator are shown, Also mentioned in developed driver and controller cards in this paper. An experimental result presented in this paper shows the effectiveness of pulse generation Technique.
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- Dipenkumar H. KambaliyaStudent, M.Tech, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, U.V.Patel College of Engineering, Ganpat University, Kherva Mehasana, Gujarat, India
- Niravkumar D. PatelAsst. Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, U.V.Patel College of Engineering, Ganpat University, Kherva Mehasana, Gujarat, India
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Dipenkumar H. Kambaliya, Niravkumar D. Patel "Development of 3-Φ VSI with SPWM Technique Using dsPIC Controller" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.51-56 2015
This Paper is intended to describe the various types of factors affecting the effectiveness of the organizational structures used in the different types of construction project. Thus the factors of organization affecting the effective working of project can be determined. These factors can be proposed for improvement for both private as well as for Publicproject.The ten main factors & their subfactor are determined through literature review.Thought all ten factors are responsible for the effectiveness of organization; some factors are critically responsible for working of organization. These factors will going to determinethrough this paper. Thus, necessary recommendation will be given for the respective organizations. Thus this paper can be helpful to improve the characteristics of organizations, which can be implemented in future, for major construction projects.
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- Vrushali ChaudhariS.S.G.B. Collage of Engineering &Technology
- Prof. P. B. BhangaleS.S.G.B. Collage of Engineering &Technology
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Vrushali Chaudhari, Prof. P. B. Bhangale "Effective Organizational Structure for Construction Industry: Case Study" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.57-61 2015
Poultry workers who spend most of the time in buildings and therefore experience the greatest amount of exposure while performing various activities is at greatest risk. They do the work which is very labor and hand intensive. This results in musculoskeletal disorders related to injuries and illnesses such as back injury, shoulder and arm injuries, disorders of wrist and back lower extremity. This is mainly due to lack of awareness of the basic principles, poor working condition and reluctance to change existing and traditional work methods and tools. Besides this awkward posture, the work place and psychological factors are also important aspects for workers health and safety. Therefore, the study was undertaken to find out the occupational risks faced by the workers engaged in organized poultry farm. For the present study 60 workers from the two poultry farm i.e. Institutional Poultry Farm and NGO Poultry Farm, Nagla were taken. Research design used was descriptive cum experimental. Purposive sampling was used and the data was gathered by interview method.
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- Dr. Tulika Alok Khare Assistant Professor, Department of Home Science, RTM Nagpur University
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Dr. Tulika Alok Khare "Identifying the Risk Involvement in Poultry Activities through OSHA Scale" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.62-65 2015
Carotenoids and polyphenols are currently the most understood and have received great deal of attention in research. Bryophytes are the oldest land plants and are found growing in a variety of habitats they have leafy or thalloid plant body and have ecological, pharmacological importance. In the present study carotenoids and polyphenols were estimated from the bryophytes viz. Anthoceros erectus, Astrella angusta, Cyathodium tuberosum, Plagiochasma articulata and Targionia hypophylla grown in Malawali area of Lonavala Pune, a popular hill station which has rich biodiversity Periodical field surveys were carried out and the carotenoids and polyphenols were estimated. It was found that the carotenoid content was maximum in Astrella angusta and minimum in Targionia hypophylla and polyphenol content was highest in Anthoceros erectus as the growth increases.
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- P.S. KadamProf. Ramkrishna More College, Akurdi, Pune
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P.S. Kadam "Carotenoids and Polyphenols from the Bryophytes of Malavali Area" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.66-68 2015
Developing and implementing retention strategies for retaining skilled employees has the likely of providing large cost reserves to an organisation related with employee retention. However, determining the needs of select groups of skilled employees can be difficult to determine in today’s markets. Through a quantitative predetermined research design, this research used a survey to examine the impact of an inherent retention strategy and the retention of college teaching professionals. Strategy can be defined as a specific method which will detail a set of actions that help an organsation to reach a particular goal. Strategy is a continual process of evaluating the present position of the organisation and the position of where it wants to be at a distant point in time. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of the proposed retention strategy of the Institutions to retain their Teaching Professionals. The objectives to be achieved for conducting this study are: To determine if the current implicit retention strategy is effectively retaining the teachers. And To determine the impact of the current implicit retention strategy on the perceptions of the teachers. Quantitative analysis is used to measure the correlation between the data sets of the sample. It is anticipated that nonparametric tests such as Kruskal-Wallis Chi-Square test and One way ANOVA were performed on the data collected. The findings of this research study concluded that a large gap exists between organisation's pseudo retention strategy and the perception of needs of their teachers.
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- M. Badmapriya Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India.
- Dr. P. Subburethina Bharathi Professor, Department of Management Studies, M.A.M College of Engineering & Technology, Trichy, India.
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M. Badmapriya , Dr. P. Subburethina Bharathi "Impact on Employee Retention In Accordance with the Lack of Clearly Defined Retention Strategy – With Reference To College Teaching Professionals " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.69-80 2015
A rapid growth of any society or community leads to improve the living standard and healthiness of the society. This rapid growth can be achieved by many of the ways. One of these is to accelerate the growth of infrastructure development and this development can be achieved by providing proper channel to the growth of the public and privet infrastructure of the area. Many time this infrastructure development affected by the land available for the development and improper land use. To accelerate the growth of the city with respect to the infrastructure, the TDR is the one of the tool can be used. The Urban and Regional Development Plans Formulation & Implement (URDPFI) Volume–I Explain the definition of Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) is a method of land development which separates the development potential of a particular package of land from it and allows its use elsewhere within the defined zones of the city (URDPFI, 2011). This TDR allows the owner of the land to handover the rights of development of the particular land in exchange of another land or money. The one side of TDR is that it directly affects the traders and vendors and other hand indirectly affects the entire local economy which operates in a market setting. Recently Hon. Prime minister declared about the development of 100 smart cities across the India. One can plan these cities with maximum utilization of this effective tool of TDR. Nashik is a religious city with large number of variety of population. This population needs infrastructure for different use in day today life. City is having very limited space to develop because of the water scarcity in summer season. This add additional load on the land at Godavari river bank i.e. old Nashik. So getting the solution on this problem and to providing the infrastructure, the TDR can be the effective tool.
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- Mr. C.S. KankariyaPG Student, SSGBCOE, Bhusawal
- Prof. P.P. Bhangale Associate Professor, SSGBCOE, Bhusawal
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Mr. C.S. Kankariya, Prof. P.P. Bhangale "Transfer of Development Rights: An Effective Tool for Sustainable Urban Development" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.81-86 2015
Cloud computing provides a major shift in the way companies see the IT infrastructure. This technology is primarily driven by the internet and requires rapid provisioning ,high availability, high scalability and virtualized environments. The cloud computing is the result of many factors such as traditional computer technology and communication technology and business mode. It is based on the network and has the format of service for the consumer. The cloud computing system provides the service for the user and has the character of high scalability and reliability. The resource in the cloud system is transparent for the application and the user do not know the place of the resource. The amount of resources provided in the cloud system for the users is increased when they need more and decrease when they need less.
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- Saritha K RLecturer, Dept of ISE, Dr AIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka
- Pushpalatha SAssoc. Prof, Dept of ISE, Dr AIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka
- VidyaRani H JAssoc. Prof, Dept of ISE, Dr AIT, Bengaluru, Karnataka
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Saritha K R , Pushpalatha S , VidyaRani H J "Cloud Computing Service Modelsand Solution to their Security Concerns" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.87-89 2015
In today’s advanced era it is needed to design the system which will give highly accurate results regarding biometric human identification. Iris recognition is considered to be the best biometric human identification system. Daugman’s method for iris recognition is considered as the efficient & accurate iris recognition system as per previous research. This technique is discussed in detail in this paper.
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- Miss. A. J. DixitDepartment of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering BMIT, Solapur, (M.S.) India
- Mr. K. S. KaziDepartment of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering BMIT, Solapur, (M.S.) India
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Miss. A. J. Dixit, Mr. K. S. Kazi "IRIS Recognition by Daugman's Method" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.90-93 2015
Branding is actually considered to be as back bone for the customer’s in selecting his or her choice of products. In modern vibrant business environment most of the organization emphasizes only focusing on the enhancement of brand value, and also brand positioning. In the light of present day context corporate’s survive only on the basis of their respective brands, enabling them to adopt staggered branding process as’ a strategy in order to capture the public attention and also persuading them by application of enormous ways of marketing tools, and even certain organization projects its brand as testimony. Over the past several years branding has gained a significant and staggering importance and still hoping in gaining charm in future.
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- Varun Kesavan Assistant Professor, SAN International Business School, Coimbatore
 Challenges and Opportunities of Brand Management and Brand Equity- A Competitive Edge Dr. N. Rajasekar* Dr. T.K. Mahendra Babu** Mrs. K.G. Nalina** At Conference on Global Competition & Competitiveness of Indian Corporate  The importance of corporate brand personality traits to a successful21st century business KEVIN LANE KELLER, KEITH RICHEY © 2006 PALGRAVE MACMILLAN LTD 1350-23IX $30.00 BRAND MANAGEMENT VOL. 14, NOS. 74 1/2, 74–81 SEPTEMBER–NOVEMBER 2006  Corporate branding and corporate brand performance BY Fiona Harris Open University Business School, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, and Leslie de Chernatony The Birmingham Business School, The University of Birmingham, UK European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 35 No. 3/4, 2001, pp. 441-456. # MCB University Press, 0309-0566  www.wikipedia.com
Varun Kesavan "Challenges and Opportunities of Brand Management, Brand Equity and Corporate Branding" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.94-100 2015
Cloud computing provides services to potentially numerous remote users with diverse requirements. Though predictable performance can be obtained through the provision of carefully delimited services,it is worthful to identify applications in which a cloud might usefully host services that support the composition of more primitive analysis services or the evaluation of complex data analysis requests.In such settings, a service provider must manage complex and unpredictable workloads. This paper describes how utility functions can be used to make explicit the desirability of different workload evaluation strategies, and how optimization can be used to select between such alternatives. The approach is illustrated for workloads consisting of workflows or queries.
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- Charlyn Pushpa Latha. GResearch Scholar, Karpagam University, Coimbatore, India
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Charlyn Pushpa Latha. G "A Novel Approach for Autonomic Execution Based Boosting Technique in Cloud Computing" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.101-105 2015
Mechanism of Indigo carmine dye adsorption on palm wood cellulose activated carbon (PWCAC) was studied. The use of low cost ecofriendly adsorbent has been investigated as an ideal alternative to the current expensive methods of removing dye from aqueous solution. The study is done by batch adsorption techniques. The quantitative adsorption kinetic and equilibrium parameter for indigo carmine dye were studied using uv-visible adsorption spectroscopy. The effect of initial dye concentration ,pH, adsorbent dose, temp The kinetics and erature ,particle size were determine to find the optimal condition for adsorption. The percentage removal of dye was found to be most effective at pH7 and contact time 140 min and at an adsorbent dose 4.8 gm/lit of dye. The study indicates that’s, the percentage removal of dye increases with increasing initial dye concentration, adsorption dose and contact time and attains equilibrium at optimum conditions. The mechanism of adsorption of indigo carmine dye on to palm wood cellulose activated carbon was investigated using pseudo first order and pseudo second order kinetics models .The adsorption kinetics was found to follow pseudo first order kinetic model. The equilibrium adsorption data of indigo carmine dye on PWCAC were analyzed by Langmuir and Freundlich adsorption model. The result shows that the Langmuir model provides the best correlation. The adsorbent was also characterized by FTIR, EDAX SEM and XRD studies. The results indicates that the PWCAC could be employed as low cost alternative for the removal of dye indigo carmine from aqueous solution.
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- P.B. WaghDepartment of chemistry JESs Arts Commerce and Science college Nandurbar 425412 (India)
- V.S. ShrivastavaNano Chemistry Research Laboratory, G.T.P. College, Nandurbar -425412 (India).
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P.B. Wagh, V.S. Shrivastava "Removal of Indigo Carmine Dye by Using Palm Wood Cellulose Activated Carbon in Aqueous Solution: A Kinetic and Equilibrium Study" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.106-114 2015
This paper advocates the operation of a toy car that is controlled by a mobile phone that makes a call to the mobile phone attached to the car. In the course of a call, if any button is pressed, a tone corresponding to the button pressed is heard at the other end of the call. This tone is called DTMF (dual-tone-multiple- frequency).The car perceives this DTMF tone with the help of the phone stacked in the car. The received tone is processed by the (ATmega16) microcontroller with the help of DTMF decoder MT887o. The decoder decodes the DTMF tone into its equivalent binary digit and this binary number is sent to the microcontroller. The microcontroller is programmed to take a decision for any given input and outputs its decision to motor drivers in order to drive the motors in forward direction or backward direction or left and right direction. The mobile phone that makes a call to mobile phone stacked in the car act as a remote. For that reason this paper does not require the construction of receiver and transmitter units.
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- Date of Publication: July 2015
- Jaspreet KaurM.Tech Student, Digital Communication, CGI Bharatpur, RTU Kota, Rajasthan, India
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Jaspreet Kaur "Application of Dual Tone Multi Frequency Technology and Sensing in Autonomous Robotic Navigation" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.115-120 2015
Improvement in Organizational Culture through Cross Cultural Management, Congenial Work Environment, Employees Growth, Human Resources Retention and Development of the Human Capital and ultimately Organizational Development have been some of the most debated topics since last three decades and even of today. The Concepts of Multinational Collaborations and Business Off shoring have introduced new paradigms in the realm of Strategic Human Resources Management. New standards have been set to comply with the global demands which further demand awareness and counseling altogether at the same time when every working professional is aware of Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat. The paper discusses some remedial measures for improvement of Organizational Culture and Work Environment through Training and Development Programmes which would include concept of Behavioural Training, Workplace Counseling, Work Environment Improvement and Awareness creation. Objective of this study is to find out whether the Training Programmes are beneficial in improvement of Work Environment and Organizational Culture. The data will be obtained through questionnaire methods involving the sample size of minimum 100 respondents from manufacturing industries of Bhiwadi Industrial Area of Rajasthan in India.
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- Date of Publication: July 2015
- Chander Parkash Research Scholar, Management, JJTU, Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan-India).
- Dr Ajay Kumar SharmaAssistant Professor, Management Studies, The Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences, Bhiwani-(Haryana-India)-127021.
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Chander Parkash, Dr Ajay Kumar Sharma "Work Environment and Organizational Culture Can Be Improved Through Training & Development Programmes: A Study Conducted At Bhiwadi (Rajasthan) In Manufacturing Sector" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.121-125 2015
Talent management is an act of recognizing inherent abilities and skills of Human Resources, matching with the Job Description and making optimum use of them under a strategic human resource planning to improve business output and profitability in order to accomplish the desired goal. Training is a systematic process of enhancing the knowledge and skills of human resources of any organization with an established goal of the organization. In the current scenario of human resources management the talent management is a very significant task as well as a great challenge too before the HR Professionals. Although, this has been felt since beginning of industrialization to place the right man at right place yet more emphasis has been given in these days on the changed term i.e. Talent management due to intense competition and technological advancement and the training is an integral part of the process of talent management. The systematic, strategic and perpetual training programs are the necessary steps of talent recognition and talent management. This research paper contains the outcome research study conducted on the employees of manufacturing industry located in Bhiwadi Industrial Area of Rajasthan (Haryana) The objectives of the study will be (i) Talent can be explored by Training (ii) Regular training and guidance is provided by the organizations for exploring and increasing employees’ talent (iii) Organisations are having the talent management policy and regular awareness through training.
- Page(s): 126-130
- Date of Publication: July 2015
- Chander ParkashResearch Scholar, Management, JJTU, Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan-India).
- Dr Ajay Kumar SharmaAssistant Professor, Management Studies, The Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences, Bhiwani-(Haryana-India)
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Chander Parkash, Dr Ajay Kumar Sharma "Role of Training in Effective Talent Management: A study report conducted at Manufacturing Industry Bhiwadi (Rajasthan)" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.4 issue 7, pp.126-130 2015