Volume 7 - Issue 4 - 2020

Author(s): S. Kazemian

Abstract: With this study it was concluded that religious attitudes has a positive and straight relationship with the process of recovery in cancer patients. When in spiritual health, an individual finds the meaning, purpose, and value of his life, and reaches perfection. Due to the importance of religious attitudes in Iran, we can pay attention to the influence of religion in the recovery of many kinds of diseases, especially the disease of cancer, and even with accessing the relationship of religious attitudes and recovery, we can strive for the determining the effect of this relationship.Key words: United Nations, family and society, Cancer threatens

Author(s): B. Raveendra Naik

Abstract: The child bearing women have other additional social and gender roles to be performed both outside and within the family. This quality of role and responsibility specific to women creates a burden which is also specific to women. Child bearing is disadvantage to women not only because it is a specific task to them but also due to its adverse effect on their health as well. The result of this particular study indicates of prevalence of unplanned birth and the resulted problem among the respondents women in particular and in the rural area in general.The importance of women labour force perception to minimize the rate of her involvement in reproductive is found that those women who are purely has wives with and any sphere of activity outside their home show higher birth performance than currently working higher mother.Key Words: Child bearing, child mortality, family planning, early marriages and contraception

Author(s): Vyshali V M,Neha Jadhav G, Vishnupriya P S andSowmya B S

Abstract: The current study was conducted to determine phytochemical constituents and antimicrobial activity of peels of two Citrus fruits viz., C. reticulata and C. aurantifolia and fruit of Phyllanthus emblica. The peels were separated and dried at 40ºC and extracted using methanol, chloroform and dichloromethane. Phytochemical studies on three organic solvent extracts showed presence of alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, mucilage, saponin, steroids, terpenoids, protein, tannins and volatile oils. Methanolic extract was further considered for testing antimicrobial activity because of higher phytochemical compounds observed. Keywords: Antimicrobial activity, Citrus peels, Minimum Inhibitory Concentration

Author(s): S.B. Radhika Bai

Abstract: Doris Lessing is a writer who is concerned with the representation of women identity in the Western World. In her renowned novel, The Golden Notebook Lessing aims at showcasing women identity i.e., their psychology, relation to men and children, their place in a male-dominated society and their frequent attempts to escape from the social and political oppression. The Golden Notebook is a story of a female writer who experiences alienation as well as fragmentation in a disintegrated world with consciousness. The aim of this paper is to present a truthful account of female identity from a feminist point of view.Key Words: Feminism, Female Consciousness, Identity Crisis, Free-Woman

Author(s): Syed Mujahid

Abstract: Mahesh Dattani, one of the exponents of modern Indian English drama, a renowned Sixty one year old playwright from Bangalore is often compared to Henrik Ibsen and Tennes¬see Williams in his practice of stagecraft, has given a fresh lease of life to Indian drama in English along with Gieve Patel, Shashi Tharoor, Uma Parameswaran and Manjula Padmanabhan. He frequently takes as his subject the complicated dynamics of the modern urban family. His characters struggle for some kind of freedom and happiness under the weight of tradition, cultural constructions of gender, and repressed desire. The present paper is an attempt to highlight Mahesh Dattani’s plays in the present scenario of Indian people and their lifestyle with different themes. His plays depict the struggle between individual and the society. Key Words : Drama, theatre, feminism, society, culture, gender, nature.

Author(s): B.H.K Bhaghat Kumar andV.Siddhartha

Abstract: In this paper, a home automation, based on Brain Computer Interface (BCI) is discussed. Brain Computer Interface can be defined as an interface between a brain and a device in order to enable signals from the brain so that an external activity can be outputted. BCI’s use the brain signals for analysis purpose and then various commands are analyzed. Further these commands are given to devices where suitable actions are carried out. The major application of BCI is to support direct communication and control. This communication will take place between the human brain and physical devices which will be converted into commands in real time. This paper’s main intention is developing a device for home control which can be used as assistance. Keywords: Brain Computer Interface, ElectroEncephaloGraphy, LPC2148

Author(s): Bareq Raad Raheem

Abstract: Machine learning (ML) applications have been used widely in various aspects nowadays and one of them is translation process. Machine translation (MT) facilitates the translation for every one not only for the learners. Dictionaries can be downloaded in our smart phones and computers. They are also available in the most of webs such as Google translate and can use them easily. This study aims to show the role of machine translation in improving the learners ability in translation and the impact of MT in achieving effective learning. Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Language Learning, Machine Learning, Translation Machine

Author(s): V.Naveen

Abstract: The present paper deals with the performance of Rajiv Aarogyasri on rural health care in Telangana with special reference to Warangal district. The present paper is divided into three sections. Section-I deals with the conceptualisation of the Rajiv Aarogyasri and its essential features. Section-II deals with the objectives and methodology. Findings and conclusions of the study had been presented in Section-III. The study is based on the following objectives: to analyse the importance of Rajiv Aarogyasri Scheme in general and the study area in particular; and to assess the performance of Rajiv Aarogyasri on rural health care in the study area. The present paper is primarily based the data gathered from primary and secondary sources. Keywords: Rajiv Aarogyasri, Rural Healthcare

Author(s): Hemavathi C.H

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Author(s): Kumara C

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Author(s): V K T Malalakhmi

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Author(s): Pagadala Geetha Kumari

Abstract: Unemployment is a serious problem of India. It is becoming more and more serious day by day. Unemployment is a phenomenon that occurs when a person who is actively searching for employment is unable to find work.The causes of unemployment is due to increase in population, migration, lack of practical knowledge, industrialization is not equally distributed. This lead to increase in poverty, stress, increase in crime rate and imbalance in social and economic status. Proper training can be conducted by the government to reduce unemployment rate in India. Keywords: Unemployment, Education, Government, Economic Status & Industrialization

Author(s): T. Annie Sheron, G. Haritha and Rajkumar

Abstract: A study on Algal characterization of two lakes of Hyderabad viz. Safilguda Lake and Pedda Cheruvu for a period of two years was made, to find the occurrence of specific taxa that serve as indicator taxa of specific ecological conditions. The present paper highlights assessment of water quality of these two lakes using Algal pollution indices based on the algal community of these water bodies. Phytoplankton diversity of two lakes revealed the presence of 165 algal species that belong to 69 genera. Chlorophyceae was observed to be the highly diversified group, represented by 52 species belong to 30 genera and Dinophyceae was poorly represented with 6 species belonging to 3 genera. Palmer (1969) algal indices have been applied to rate water samples for high or low organic pollution. Pollution index of algal species there is ‘Theoretical maximum organic pollution’ in Pedda Cheruvu and ‘Lack of organic pollution’ in Safilguda Lake. The study conducted on Safilguda Lake was carried out after the Lake restoration, an attempt has been made to compare the present status with previous studies which were carried out before restoration to assess the lake water quality over the years. Keywords: Phytoplankton, Algal index, Bioindicators, Pedda Cheruvu, Safilguda Lake