Volume 2 Issue V

  • IJTRS-V2-I4-015  :- HALF AND TENTH VALUE LAYER OF SOME SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS IN THE ENERGY RANGE 122 KEV TO 1330 KEV
    Author: Vishal V. Awasarmol, Gopinath P. Dapke, Dhammajyot K. Gaikwad, Pravina P. Pawar
    Organisation: Department of Physics, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad: 431004, India
    Email: awasarmol123@gmail.com
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    In this paper, we have been calculated linear attenuation coefficient (µ), half value layer (HVL), tenth value layer (TVL) and mean free path (l) of two shape memory alloys in the energy range 122 keV to 1330 keV. From the present study, it is observed that the variation of obtained values of all parameters strongly depends on the photon energy; it decreases or increases due to chemical composition and density of the sample. These samples have been studied extensively using WinXCOM program and transmission curves have been plotted with photon energy. The results of this present study can be useful in cable sheathing, ammunition, lead wire, pigments, automatic sprinkler and other technological applications.



    Keyword:- Half value layer and tenth value layer

  • IJTRS-V2-I4-020  :- THE IMPACT OF E-BANKING ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON SELECTED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS OF KARNATAKA
    Author: Mir Mohsin, Prof. H. N Ramesh
    Organisation: Institute of Management Studies Kuvempu University, Shankerghatta Shimoga Karanataka (India)
    Email: mirmohsin78@gmail.com, hnrameshku@gmail.com
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    The present study is conducted to investigate the effect of e-banking on customers’ satisfaction in financial services in Karnataka. In order to carry out the descriptive statistics a structured questionnaire has been framed and a five point Likert scale has been devised. The questionnaire has been administered among 175 respondents selected by using judgmental sampling. To examine and assess the relationship between dependent variable (Customer Satisfaction) and independent variables (Perceived usefulness, Perceived ease of use, Perceived credibility, and Customer attitude) correlation and regression analysis will be applied. The results obtained from descriptive, correlation and regression analysis will be tested using suitable statistical tests at appropriate significance levels.



    Keyword:- Customer satisfaction, Correlation, E-BANKING, Financial services, Regression

  • IJTRS-V2-I4-033  :- OPTIMIZATION TO RETRIEVE PRODUCT DETAILS ARE GETTING END OF LIFE, END OF SUPPORT, END OF SALE
    Author: Snehasish Banik , Jai Kumar Sharma
    Organisation: Mechanical Engineering Department, Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Tonk, Rajasthan, India
    Email: snehasishbanik@hotmail.com, jaikumarsharma94@gmail.com
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    The motivations behind this paper are triple: to survey the extent of Product life cycle (PLC) research; to pinpoint zones requiring further examination; and to give rules to future specialists. In view of the scarcity of exact confirmation, just conditional conclusions are progressed. For instance, the most widely recognized PLC example is the established, ringer molded bend, and however it is not the sole shape. The utilization of various gauging methods over the PLC have met with just direct achievement. Next to no examination has been conducted either on how distinctive attributes of the firm impact the PLC or on the real utilization of different PLC-system hypotheses by business organizers. At last, specialists have concentrated only on approving the presence of the PLC idea among nondurable purchaser products. Mechanical things, and also significant Product changes, have been almost overlooked. The principle conclusion is that extra research-more expanded and broad in nature-is required on numerous PLC subjects.



    Keyword:- Product Life Cycle Model.,End of Life, End of Support, End of Sale

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-002  :- STARTUP INDIA: THE NEW FACE OF INDIAN E-COMMERCE ECOSYSTEM
    Author: Aarti, Vandana
    Organisation: Assistant Professor, Government College for Women Madlauda, Panipat, Haryana (India), M.com, G.V.M Girls College, Sonipat, Haryana (India)
    Email: Vandanaji1995@gmail.com
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    “We are an organisation that spends 20 per cent of our revenues on R&D, and it is time we also looked for ideas from startups.”

    In this present era, each country takes various steps to make their country a strong country in each and every face like-  in education , finance , employment , defense etc. So it is necessary for our country ( India) to take various steps for make our country strong in every sector. For this the Government of India take various actions and launch various programme like ‘Digital India’, ‘Make –In- India’ and ‘’Startup India’. ‘Startup India’ is a plan of Indian Government which develop entrepreneurial skills among the people of India.

    Startup India campaign is based on an action plan aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures to boost entrepreneurship and encourage startups with jobs creation. The campaign was first announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his 15 August 2015 address from the Red Fort.

    It is focused on to restrict role of States in policy domain and to get rid of "license raj" and hindrances like in land permissions, foreign investment proposal, environmental clearances. It was organized by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion.

    The main aim of this paper is to know ‘how this plan change the face of Indian e-commerce ecosystem’. This paper discuss the meaning, benefits, assessment of performance of states, opportunities and challenges of Startup India. 



    Keyword:- Startup India, Entrepreneurial skills , ventures, encourage, campaign, environmental clearances, ecosystem.

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-004  :- DEMONETIZATION- A MAJOR BANKING SECTOR REFORM POST INDEPENDENCE
    Author: Dr. Mahammad Rafee.B, Dr.A.Hidhayathulla
    Organisation: Principal, Bangalore College of Management Studies, Bangalore, India, Associate Professor of Economics, Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli, India
    Email: idhayath@yahoo.com, idhayathjmc@gmail.com, basharafee@gmail.com
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    This paper gives the note on major banking sector reform post independence its impact on the economy and views of an author which could make the readers a in depth understanding of the phenomena. Demonetization is the act of stripping a currency unit of its status of legal tender or scrapping high value denomination currency unit in the country. The government reasoned that this process would strength the hands of common citizens in the fight against corruption and black money and counterfeit notes which used to fund terror attacks, he viewed that how the magnitude of cash in to circulation is linked to inflation and how inflation situation has worsened due to the cash deployed through corrupt means which widened the gap between have’s and have not’s and brought huge inequalities in income distribution. He reiterated that despite India’s very good growth trajectory on the world average it ranked 130th position by the World Bank in the list of 189 countries. With this all measures the rulers of the country expected transparency in tax compliance, realization of assets and people of the country at some extent. Unplanned and sudden move had brought a big impact on the common man and the livelihood of daily wage earners, artisans had been affected badly. We get to see serpentine lanes before the banks and ATM’s to convert old currency notes for new currency and withdrawal of cash. Government had failed to maintain enough new currency stock at the chest of banks to remonetise which brought the economy to grinding halt for some time and the country’s growth rate has been affected. The government could have done the process of demonetization in a phased manner without affecting the common man. Hence, the very purpose of demonetization is to weed out corruption from the system which it had failed to address.



    Keyword:- Goods and Service Tax, Reserve Bank of India, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-006  :- MERCURY, ZINC, CADMIUM UPTAKE ABILITY AND POLYPEPTIDE PROFILE OF Cr-RESISTANT PSEUDOMONAS Spp UNDER THESE STRESSES
    Author: Mahpara Javed, Uqba Mehmood, Shahida Hasnain
    Organisation: Superior University, Lahore Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, New campus, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
    Email: uqbaa@yahoo.com
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    Three chromium resistant strains Pseudomonas CrT-8, Pseudomonas Crm-8, and Pseudomonas S-3, isolated by [1]Faisal and Hasnain (1998) were used to check their resistance against mercury, zinc and cadmium and their uptake ability of these metals was evaluated. Mercury, zinc and cadmium was estimated in pellet (take up/accumulation), washing of pellet (loosely bound/adsorbed) and supernatant (left over/unavailable) of these strains. Mercury, zinc and cadmium uptake ability of these strains was checked. Mercury uptake ability of Pseudomonas CrT-8 and Pseudomonas S-3 was greater than Pseudomonas Crm-8. All the strains have great ability to volatilize the mercury except Pseudomonas CrT-8. These strains can uptake zinc. Pseudomonas CrT-8 and Pseudomonas S-3 can uptake cadmium but in low amount. Pseudomonas Crm-8 cannot tolerate CdCl2. Protein analysis of these strains under metallic stresses revealed that they synthesized new polypeptides with different metals. In Pseudomonas CrT-8 polypeptides of 36KD, 30KD, 26KD and 8KD with Zn and polypeptides of 48KD, 44KD and 15KD with Hg were synthesized. Pseudomonas Crm-8 two new protein bands of 45KD and 30KD were appeared.



    Keyword:- Metal, binding peptides, Metal uptake ability, PAGE, Pseudomonas

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-007  :- STUDY ON THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE AND KNOWLEDGE LEVEL ABOUT VERMICOMPOST TECHNOLOGY AMONG TRAINEES
    Author: Alok Suryawanshi, M.K. Dubey, Manoher Saryam
    Organisation: Department of Extension Education, JNKVV, Jabalpur (MP) 482004, India, Department of Extension Education, IAS, BHU, Varanasi (UP) 221005, India
    Email: manohar.saryam@gmail.com
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    In India, there are 98 million farm holdings, which are likely to increase further because of division of family.  Of these total farm holdings, 58 per cent are marginal, 24 per cent are large and 18 per cent are small. Majority of marginal and small farmers are at lower level of literacy. The study was conducted in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh in the year of 2012-13. This study revealed that out of total vermicompost trainees, 50.00 per cent belonged to middle age, higher percentage of education i.e. 40.52 per cent were having middle school passed, majority i.e. 60.34 per cent trainees were belonged to small farmers category, majority (60.34%) trainees who had received vermicompost training were from small farmers' category, highest (58.62%) of the trainees had medium social participation, maximum respondent belonged to low income categories (24001/- to 84000/- per annum), maximum percentage (44.82%) having marginal land holding (uo to 1.00 ha) is using the vermicompost, that majority (75.86%) vermicompost trainees were having agriculture as their main occupation, majority (64.65%) trainees possessed less  number of livestock (1 to 3 animal), higher percentage (46.56%) of the trainees possessed medium level of knowledge about the vermicompost, the mean Score of various packages of practices of vermicompost technology were ranged from 0.87 to 1.48. that majority of the trainees have knowledge of application of vermicompost in field and type of raw material used in preparation of vermicompost technology, whereas the least number trainees knowledge Precaution taken during its preparation.



    Keyword:- Socio-economic, vermicompost technology, knowledge, annual income and organic farming

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-009  :- STATUS OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AMONG TEACHERS AND IT’S RELATIONSHIP WITH WORK ENVIRONMENT IN ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGES, TAMIL NADU STATE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY AMONG PRIVATE COLLEGE TEACHERS
    Author: Dr. D. Aravazhi Irissappane, S. Sivasacty
    Organisation: HOD of Commerce, Aringar Anna Arts and Science College, Karaikal, Puducherry, India Ph.D. Research Scholar, Kanchi Mamunivar Centre for Postgraduate Studies (Autonomous) A college with Potential for Excellence [Re-accredited with ‘A’ by NAAC] Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, India
    Email: aravazhid@yahoo.com, sactyjee@gmail.com
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    The purpose of the study is to find out the relationship between Professional Ethics and Work Environment among private college teachers in Arts and Science Colleges. Questionnaire in a five point Likert Scale was distributed among the faculty members. Reliability test, Independent ‘t’ test and Kruskal-Wallis Test to find out the significant difference between groups and correlation were used for analysis. The result indicates that a positive relationship exists between Professional Ethics and Work Environment.



    Keyword:- Teachers, Professional Ethics and Work Environment.

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-010  :- THE QUEST FOR ENLIGHTENMENT: AN ECO PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF SIDDHARTHA BY HERMANN
    Author: Iqra khadam
    Organisation: English Department, Government College for Women University, Faisalabad, Pakistan
    Email: Iqrakhadam90@gmail.com
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    This research aims at finding out the relationship between natural world and human beings, that is, as seen in how nature plays a helpful role in attaining enlightenment in Siddhartha’s life. To present this interaction, I will apply the eco- psychological theory; which is the mixture of eco criticism and psychology. The journey of Siddhartha is the conflict of his inner and outer desires. He suffered from the lust, greed, anger and the natural human desires. Siddhartha’s journey is from innocence to knowledge and then to wisdom. Siddhartha is an example of Freud’s theoretical points in analyzing a person’s psychology. In the process of finding his goal of enlightenment,. we will see how he will solve the hurdles that came into his way, or how he himself is a hurdle. Siddhartha’s arrogant attitude towards others will lead him to the path of bad deeds. Siddhartha is denying the importance of teachers which is his id that he is the only superior beings who knows everything.



    Keyword:- Eco- criticism, quest, Knowledge, wisdom, spirituality, human desires

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-011  :- ON CR-STRUCTURE AND F(2v+5,1) STRUCTURE SATISFYING F2V+5+F=0
    Author: Abhiram Shukla, Prof. Ram Nivas
    Organisation: Department of mathematics and astronomy University of lucknow, Lucknow. U P
    Email: abhiram1975@gmail.com
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    CR-submanifolds of a kahlerian  manifold have been defined by A. Bejancu  [1], and  are  now being studied  by various authors, see [2] and [9]. The theory of f -structure was developed by Yano [10], Yano and Ishihara  [11], Goldberg [6] and among others. The  purpose  of this  paper  is to show a relationship between CR- structures and F (2ν + 5, 1)-structure satisfying

    F 2ν +5 + F = 0.



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  • IJTRS-V2-I5-012  :- CYBER CRIMES ITS TYPES, AND IMPACTS ON YOUTH
    Author: Jannat Dar, Noor e Basirat
    Organisation: Department of Information Technology,GC Women University, Sialkot, Pakistan
    Email: Jannatdar000@gmail.com, Noorbasirat28@gmail.com
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    Cyber crime is a term used to broadly express unlawful action current whatever abacus  or  abacus networks are used  as a goal, or a gadget  to do some crime using cyberspace. The computer technology provides many facilities however it more carry crowded defect. It form activity very agile, smooth and rapid but it also has many crimes like ”cyber crime” .There are many types of cyber crimes like Hacking by spam messages, Harassment via E-mails, cracking, child pornography and etc.  There are huge number of cyber threats and it is difficult to understand the cyber crime in early stages. They carry severe shack up the civilization in the fashion of efficient rattle, cognitive confusion, risk to domestic armor etc. In this paper we review about cyber crime its impacts , behavior and its types.



    Keyword:- Cyber Crime,Hacking,Spam Messages,Impacts.

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-014  :- STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF GAS TURBINE BLADE BY USING ANSYS
    Author: S.Gokulraj, K.Ramraji
    Organisation: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dhanalakshi Srinivasan College of Engineering and Technology, Tamil Nadu (India)
    Email: gokulraj.chitra@gmail.com
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    The gas turbine obtains its power by utilizing the energy of burnt gases and the air which is at high temperature and pressure by expanding through the several rings of fixed and moving blades. Since the turbine blades are working at high temperature and pressure there are extreme stresses developed on turbine blades. The first centrifugal stresses act on the blade due to high angular speeds, and second is thermal stresses that arise due to temperature gradient within the blade material. The present paper is review of various analyses done on turbine blades and there are various factors effects on turbine blade. This paper will be helpful for those who are working in the area of power plants.



    Keyword:- Turbine Blade, Stress, Strain and Deformation.

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-015  :- A DETAILED SURVEY ON MEDICAL DATASETS APPLYING DATA MINING TECHNIQUES
    Author: Avinav Baruah
    Organisation: Department of Computer science and engineering, JKLU, Jaipur-302026, India
    Email: avinavbaruah236@gmail.com
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    Data mining is the extraction of knowledge from massive amounts of data. The data mining is applied in the medical and health sectors. The most often used data mining technique is classification. Classification is one of the data mining tasks, which is involved in assigning the object to predefined categories. There are various data mining classification techniques, which includes: Decision tree, K nearest neighbor (KNN), Support vector machine etc. The aim of the paper is to do survey of various medical datasets. The different data mining classification techniques are studied in the survey work.The various data mining tools which includes: R, RapidMiner, Matlab, Weka etc. are involved in the survey. From the survey work, it can be concluded that the data mining techniques play an important role in data mining, and they are applied in the medical and health fields.



    Keyword:- Classification, Rapid Miner, Weka

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-016  :- SIMULTANEOUS SYNTHESIS OF FORMIC ACID AND FORMALDEHYDE
    Author: Fareeha Iqbal, Hina Saeed
    Organisation: Pakistan International School, English Section, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia , Chemistry Department, Information Technology University
    Email: fareehaiqbal9@gmail.com, hinasaaedch331@gmail.com
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    The formaldehyde is prepared by catalytic oxidation of methanol by passing it over copper. This is the simple method to produce formaldehyde. Here, the oxidation process is very much fast that some of the produced formaldehyde is converted into formic acid. The formic acid is produced is in very less amount as compared to main product but formic acid is also produced in its pure form and can be collected easily. The collected amount of formic acid was tested through some laboratory tests to check the acidic properties of the formic acid. Besides this, the formic acid is also analyzed by IR spectroscopy. 



    Keyword:- Catalytic oxidation, Formic acid

  • IJTRS-V2-I5-017  :- PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS ON ARRHYTHMIA DATASET USING MINING TECHNIQUES WITH FEATURE SELECTION
    Author: Harshita Khangarot, Kavita Choudhary
    Organisation: Department of Computer science and Engineering, JKLU, Jaipur-302026(India)
    Email: Harshitakhangarot@gmail.com, Kavitapunia@gmail.com
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    The fusion of classification techniques of machine learning algorithms and ECG diagnostic criteria has enhanced the efficiency  for  detecting  the  arrhythmia.  Before  applying  any  technique,  precise  implementation  of  data preprocessing including feature selection is used. In this paper, we are merely focusing on feature selection area to get  the  relevant classification rate  standard. Statistical approach is  used  with linear  discriminate and  optimal regression analysis to generate the rules of diagnosis to get appropriate accuracy. To identify the factors on which the variables are more correlated using PCA (Principle Component Analysis), factor and other feature selection techniques of filter and wrapper. Comparing their accuracies by applying Linear Discriminate Analysis (LDA) and get the best results with PCA 95.45% (3 components).



    Keyword:- Arrhythmia, ECG, feature selection, PCA, LDA.