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|1||Chelating Resin for Indian Electroplating Industrial Waste WaterAbstract – A macro particular divinylpolystyrene based chelating ion exchanger contains catechol as the functional group has been synthesized. The resin is high capacity against acidic as well as basic media. Physicochemical properties of the resin are examined. Sorption capacities of the heavy metal ions on resin are found to be quantitative in the pH range of 1.0-7.0. Sorption kinetics of metal ions on the resin is studied. Under competitive conditions the system shows higher selectivity of Cr(lll) ,Cr(Vl) .The sorption characteristics for Cr(lll) ,Cr(Vl) are studied with a view to utilizing the resin for the removal of Cr(lll) ,Cr(Vl) as well as pre concentration of Cr(lll) ,Cr(Vl) ions from waste water sample by column operation.||Ritesh H. Patel|
|2||Women Entrepreneur: Position, Problems, Challenges and Hope for tomorrowAbstract – In general, it is a belief of every third person about a woman that she is born to do the household work only. She is not much concerned with commerce or any economic activity. She is neglected in the market of the economic world as she does not have enough knowledge in the particular field. She is considered as an ‘ABLA’. Due to this tag, even though she is having the capacity to perform well in front of the people, she is discouraged in this male dominated society. And, as a result, she remains at the same position where she was since many years. But, now in this modern world, the right to equality is playing an important role. Due to this women are getting chance to cross the borders of house & prove their abilities. In India, we can say that there is not a single field left where the contribution of woman is not noticed. In all walks of life she has proved herself efficient and successful .This helps her in boosting her morale. Various successful women entrepreneurs in India who have contributed significantly are- Indira Nooyi, Chanda Kocchar, Ekta Kapoor, Shahnaz Hussain, etc. Inspite of male dominated world, Indian woman have learned to manage the burden of both house and workplace simultaneously. But still women entrepreneurs are facing various problems. This paper depicts the position, problems and challenges faced by them and also various beneficial schemes exclusively for women entrepreneurs. This thematic paper is based on secondary data such as – research paper and related reference material available on websites, textbooks, and reference books reflecting the status of women entrepreneurs in India.||Neha Deshpande|
|3||Sources of International Equity and Debt Fund for Indian Companies, Their Routes Capital Issues and Change in RegulationsAbstract – Different sources of international fund available for Indian companies, their different routes of issue and change regulations are discussed. Capital can be raised from international capital market in foreign currency by accessing foreign capital market. Funds raised through foreign currency are called as euro equity or debt.||Haren R. Shukla|
|4||A Bird’s Eye View of the American War LiteratureAbstract – If war is broadly defined as armed conflict between two conflicting factions, states, or tribes, then one would have to say that war has always been a part of human experience and is perhaps even a defining characteristic of human beings. Many people have pointed out that peace presents special difficulties. It is harder to define than war and it is more difficult to cultivate and maintain. Aside from being the absence of war, peace is often understood to include the stable presence of law, order, and justice. Law, for instance, is the product of centuries of patient human experience gained throughout the history of a given society. Justice is the fruit of reflection on the way humans relate to one another in society. A learned sense of justice cannot be acquired overnight. Social order follows from understanding, specifically from awareness that reliable, established patterns of behaviour are useful to both individuals and societies.||Preeti B. Bhatt|
|5||Birth Gender Ration in GujaratAbstract – Generally sex ratio is determined against number of females per 1000 males. Comparison of males and females of all age groups has shown less percentage of female, per 1000 males. The main reasons of which are external migration related to livelihood and marriage, heavy and scanty rains, earthquake, war etc and they are subject to emergent national factors. In any given region, if female ratio per 1000 males is less due to such reasons, it can not be regulated by any restriction of the law because migration for the purpose of livelihood or nuptials or for any situation due to above said factors is an absolute right of every citizen pronounced in the State Constitution of India. So incidence of fewer females per 1000 males for such reasons is a social and economic problem.||Rashmika J. Shah|
|6||Elements Shakespearean ComediesAbstract – The strategies described in this article can help you read a comedy, but how are you going to know whether or not the play you are looking at is a comedy? Don’t worry, there’s a simple solution using only the title of a play — and it works for almost every play by Shakespeare! If the play title has the name and a number in it, it is most likely a history (Richard III, Henry V). If the title of the play has either a pair of names or a single name, but no numbers, it is probably a tragedy (Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Hamlet). If the title of the play has a phrase or saying in it, you can bet that it is a comedy (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You like It, Measure for Measure). Shakespeare wrote most of his comedies early in his career; perhaps it is no mistake that the plays he penned in his youth deal with young people rebelling against the social order of their parents’ generation, while in the tragedies and romances he wrote at the end of his career, the theme is often of children betraying or refusing to obey their parents. When Shakespeare was writing romantic comedies, the other playwrights of his era were too, and when he later began focusing on tragedies, it was also part of a large shift in the theatrical vocabulary around him. This shift (from comedies to tragedies) corresponds to the change in England’s politics as James I succeeded Elizabeth I on the British throne. Elizabeth, the “Virgin Queen,” had refused to marry, and all of England was concerned about what would happen to their society if she died without an heir. Perhaps it is because of this that the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries during her life glorified marriage and the positive transformative effect it could have had on the society around it. During the early part of Shakespeare’s career, the adult playing companies were primarily based in large, outdoor theaters, but midway through his career they began to move into the indoor playhouses that had once been occupied by children’s companies. It is possible that the noisy hubbub of the outdoor playing spaces required more festive, boisterous, celebratory comedies, and that the indoor playhouses, with their more refined audiences, allowed for the more nuanced tragedies and romances.||Vimal Trivedi|
|7||Access Pattern of E-Resources under N-List Programme among UsersAbstract – The present study has been undertaken with a view to know the scenario of the usage pattern of eresources available under N-LIST programme by the Faculty members, under graduate students and post-graduate students of colleges affiliated to Saurashtra University. The study aims at ascertaining the frequency of access, place of access, access mechanism and also search strategy used by users. A survey method was adopted, which comprises self designed questionnaires and distributed through purposive and stratified random sampling method among the users. It also gives the present member’s strength of the N-LIST programme. On the basis of filled up questionnaires received from the respondents, data has been analyzed and tabulated using SPSS software.||Mahesh R. Solanki|
|8||A Conceptual Approaches to the Metadata HarvestingAbstract – This paper introduces conceptual approach for analyzing issues with metadata harvesting. The approach considers metadata work as an activity that shapes the way metadata is created and used in individual administrative contexts. Over time, governments can adopt and adapt metadata formats in different ways, which can lead to harvesting issues. This is illustrated a analysis of the issues encountered with harvests of Dublin Core from digital libraries. The analysis shows how the different histories of each library led to different metadata implementations, and thus to issues with the harvest. We suggest that Dublin Core metadata harvesting can be a two-stage process, requiring manual alignment and normalization in addition to automated harvesting, and conclude that metadata harvesting is supported by a clear understanding of data provider’s history.||Ms. Indira Dodiya|
|9||Eco-Tourism and Sustainable DevelopmentAbstract – Eco-tourism is a new concept in tourism, creating a different path towards the conservation of nature under the umbrella of sustainable development. In developing countries, eco-tourism has an exhilarating potential for economic development and environmental protection. The objective of this paper is to underline the wide scope of Eco-tourism in India by focusing on some of Eco tourist spot of India. This paper also focuses on how Eco-tourism has been emerging as an economy reader and how it has been using as a tool for balancing the environment issues and the sustainable development, as “Green Travel” has been marketed as a ‘win-win’ solution for the third world (developing countries), the environment, the tourist and the travel industry. This paper also discusses the efforts made by government in promoting the Eco-tourism to counter the contemporary environmental issues and a few study on the major eco-tourism spots of India.||Ms. Ruchi Singh|
|10||Liquidity Performance of Bharat Petroleum Corporation LimitedAbstract – The petroleum industry involves the refining of crude petroleum and the processing of Natural Gas into a multitude of products, as well as the distribution and marketing of petroleum-derived products India has recently become the sixth largest consumer of oil and gas, with its oil consumption recording a compounded annual growth of 9.1 percent per annum. The objective of the present study is to analyze the liquidity and leverage performance of the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and the Reliance Industries Limited. The present study attempts to analysis the performance of liquidity and leverage position of the BPCL and the RIL during the period 2006-2007 and 2010-2011. Liquidity is the company’s ability to convert non cash assets into cash or to obtain cash in order to meet current liabilities. Liquidity applies to the short term, which is typically viewed as a time span of one year or less. The liquidity position of the BPCL can be further improved to increase the productivity with a view to meet the increased demand. The ability of the BPCL meet their financial obligation is more then standard norms. The management as the BPCL may take necessary steps to invest their funds in short term securities to strike a proper balance between high liquidity and low liquidity.||Manojkumar V. Patel|
|11||Digital India and Its Impact on the SocietyAbstract – It is a well-known fact that digital India is the outcome of many innovations and technological advancements. These transform the lives of people in many ways and will empower the society in a better manner. The Digital India Programme, an initiative of honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, will transpire new development in every sector. The motive behind the concept is to build participative, transparent and responsive system. The Digital India drive is a dream project of the Indian Government to remodel India into a knowledgeable economy and digitally empowered society, with good governance for citizens by bringing synchronization and co-ordination in public accountability, digitally connecting and delivering the government programs and services to mobilize the capability of information technology across government departments. Today, every nation wants to be fully digitalized and this programme strives to provide equal benefit to the user and service provider. Hence, an attempt has been made in this paper to understand Digital India – as a campaign where technologies and connectivity will come together to make an impact on all aspects of governance and improve the quality of life of citizens.||Jyoti Sharma|
|12||Behaviour Problems in Children with Autism: How They can be Reduced by Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)?Abstract – This study examines the common features and behaviour of children with Autism and explores the use of Applied Behaviour Analysis in managing these behaviours. This essay also addresses the use of Positive Behaviour Support, which is closely linked to Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), in supporting the child to develop improved behaviour such as social interaction. The primary form of ABA addressed in this essay is the model developed by Ivar Lovaas, who is widely considered as one of the lead contributors to the development of ABA as a technique in addressing behavioural and learning difficulties in Autistic children. This essay will also address the issues around ABA as well as the pros and cons of the technique. Lastly, It will examine how ABA is used to deliver the curriculum in schools. ABA is a beneficial technique to be employed by teachers to manage the behaviour of their students as well as delivering planned teaching material, thus developing and educating the child.||Faihan Alotaibi|
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