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  Paper Title: HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATIONS BY HUMAN RIGHT COURTS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010401
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  Title: HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATIONS BY HUMAN RIGHT COURTS

  Author Name(s): Chittoor Rajamannar

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 Volume: 8

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 Pages: 2919-2922

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HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATIONS BY HUMAN RIGHT COURTS


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  Paper Title: COPPER THIOMOLYBDATE � A FUTURE ANSWER TO INCREASING THE BIOAVAILABITY OF MICRONUTRIENTS IN RUMINATS AND MONGASTRICS.

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  Title: COPPER THIOMOLYBDATE � A FUTURE ANSWER TO INCREASING THE BIOAVAILABITY OF MICRONUTRIENTS IN RUMINATS AND MONGASTRICS.

  Author Name(s): JAY KUMAR

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 Volume: 8

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 Pages: 2902-2914

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ABSTRACT Introduction: Copper deficiency is a common problem for ruminants. This can result from insufficient Cu intake (primary deficiency) or the presence of an antagonist that renders Cu unavailable for absorption (secondary deficiency). When Mo intake is sufficient, thiomolybdates, TMx, form in sufficient quantities in the rumen to significantly antagonize Cu. Aims: To synthesize the heterometallic sulphur assemblies that may be water soluble, which are kinetically inert and show relevance towards biological activities as Cu-Mo antagonism. Materials and methods: Various types of coinage metal hetrometallic sulphur systems have been synthesized using water soluble tetra-thiometallate anions for molybdenum and tungsten system. Resonance Ramam spectroscopy has been utilized to determine unambioguously the structure of the symmetrically coordinated trinuclear complexes for which the suitable single crystals for a crystal structure determination have been tried but got failed due to poor experimental environment. The genesis of the heteropolynuclear species have been correlated with the polynuclear Cu(?) complexes of different geometry. Results and discussion: The synthesized complexes in our study contain the stoichiometry between tetrathiomolybdate and copper in the ratio, 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 and 1:4, respectively. The tendency of iron in these complexes to enhance its coordination number has been demonstrated. Two equivalents of CuCl 2 H20 (2.8gm) and one equivalent of ammonium heptamolybdate (with respect to Mo) (1.8 gm) were dissolved in 40 ml aqueous NH3 (d, 0.7) to get a clear blue solution. Into this H2S gas was passed for an hour. Immediately, black precipitate of CuS appeared at the first Stage followed by the gradual red colouration of the solution. The formation of multinuclear species containing Cu and Mo through the dissolution of CuS with the concomitant reduction of Cu++ to Cu+ under the experimental condition. Conclusion: From various experiments it was concluded that high molybdenum and Sulphate intake disturb the metabolic efficiency of copper utilization and induce copper deficiency. Thus, �Cu-Mo antagonism� may be viewed as an interaction between Cu, Mo and S. Hence, the synthesis of Copper-Thiomolybdate-Protein Complex may shed some light on the chemical implication of this phenonmenon and may contribute quantitatively towards rationalizing the difference in its modus operendi in ruminants and monogastrics.


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  Paper Title: COVID-19 PRYAVARN PRBANDHAN EVAM SURKSH - UTAR BIHAR KE SANDRBH MEIN EK BHOGOLIK ADHYAYAN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010398
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  Title: COVID-19 PRYAVARN PRBANDHAN EVAM SURKSH - UTAR BIHAR KE SANDRBH MEIN EK BHOGOLIK ADHYAYAN

  Author Name(s): Munna Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2895-2901

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COVID-19 PRYAVARN PRBANDHAN EVAM SURKSH - UTAR BIHAR KE SANDRBH MEIN EK BHOGOLIK ADHYAYAN


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  Paper Title: MONETARY POLICY INSTRUMENTS BY RBI: INSTRUMENTS AND POLICIES TO COMBAT COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010397
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  Title: MONETARY POLICY INSTRUMENTS BY RBI: INSTRUMENTS AND POLICIES TO COMBAT COVID-19 PANDEMIC

  Author Name(s): Priyanka Banik

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2891-2894

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The given research discusses the monetary policy instruments of the Reserve Bank of India and how these instruments and policy rates have been changed during the COVID-19 Pandemic to keep the economy of India under control. Monetary policies are taken by Central Bank of India, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) aims at changing the policy rates with respect to the given situations. The outbreak of Coronavirus affected the Indian economy massively and to control the situation, RBI has provided some significant changes in policy rates that can help to stabilize the economic activities until the pandemic gets over. Changes in these policies rates and how these changes are helping the economy and banking system of India are the main concern of this research.


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  Paper Title: KOSHI KAMISHNARI ME SWATANTRA SENANI

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010396
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  Title: KOSHI KAMISHNARI ME SWATANTRA SENANI

  Author Name(s): Dr. Ratnesh Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2887-2890

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  Paper Title: THINKING SKILLS AND INTEREST IN LEARNING AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF KOTTAYAM DISTRICT

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  Title: THINKING SKILLS AND INTEREST IN LEARNING AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF KOTTAYAM DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Smitha Jose, Dr. Sr. Celene Joseph

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 Pages: 2876-2886

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This article is related to a survey conducted among the Secondary Students of Kottayam districts. This study is conducted i) to find the difference in Thinking Skills with respect to a) Gender b) Locale of the school and c) Type of management of the school and ii) to study the difference in Interest in Learning with respect to a) Gender b) Locale of the school and c) Type of management of the school The study was conducted on a sample of 520 Secondary Students randomly selected from the secondary schools of Kottayam district. The tools used for the data collection are �Test on Thinking Skills� (TTS) and �Learning Interest Inventory� (LII) constructed and standardized by the investigators. The data were analysed using the descriptive statistical technique Mean, Standard Deviation, and the inferential statistical technique, test of significance of difference between means for large independent sample. The findings of the study are 1) There is significant difference between the means of scores on Thinking Skills a) of Male and Female students of secondary schools and b) of the students from Urban and Rural secondary schools. 2) There is no significant difference between the means of scores on Thinking Skills of the students from Government and Aided secondary schools. 3) There is significant difference between the means of scores on Interest in Learning a) of Male and Female students of secondary schools and b) of the students from Government and Aided secondary schools. 4) There is no significant difference in the means of scores on Interest in Learning between the students from Urban and Rural secondary schools.


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  Paper Title: SOLID STATE KINETICS OF CR(III) COMPLEX DERIVED FROM SCHIFF BASE OF 5-AMINO1,2,3,4 THIATRIAZOLE WITH-ORTHO-METHOXYBENZALDEHYDE.

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  Title: SOLID STATE KINETICS OF CR(III) COMPLEX DERIVED FROM SCHIFF BASE OF 5-AMINO1,2,3,4 THIATRIAZOLE WITH-ORTHO-METHOXYBENZALDEHYDE.

  Author Name(s): Ajay Kumar, Ku. Sarita Prasad , Akhilesh Prasad

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2870-2875

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Cr(III) form 2 : 1 complex with Schiff base ligand of 5-amino 1,2,3,4 thiatriazole and ortho-methoxybenzaldehyde. Kinetic parameters like order of reaction activation energy, apparent frequency factor and apparent entropy of activation of second stage of the decomposition of complex have been determined using graphical method of Freeman -Carroll and Doyl�s method as modified by Zsako using non-isothermal TG curve.


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  Paper Title: FACTORS AFFECTING ANAEMIA AMONG CHILDREN AGED 6-59 MONTHS IN RURAL INDIA: EVIDENCES FROM NFHS-4 (2015-16)

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  Title: FACTORS AFFECTING ANAEMIA AMONG CHILDREN AGED 6-59 MONTHS IN RURAL INDIA: EVIDENCES FROM NFHS-4 (2015-16)

  Author Name(s): Prabhat Shankar, Kabir Pal, Rahul Mishra

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 Pages: 2862-2869

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Anaemia in India is a severe public health problem among younger children of age 6- 59 months. In addition to increased morbidity and poor effects on physical well-being (weakness and/or fatigue), anaemia is linked by delayed cerebral and psychomotor growth and a higher risk of maternal mortality. The present study investigated the anaemia and associated risk factors among children aged 6 to 59 months belong to rural India. The study used data from the fourth round of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-IV), which was conducted during 2015�16. In the NFHS-IV survey, a total of 259,627 children under 5 were collected from India, out of which a total of 0.18 million rural children were analysed. The study used Stata/MP Version 14.1 for appropriate bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis. Overall, 60 percent of children aged 6�59 months had some degree of anaemia. The severity of anaemia among children show that had 28 percent had mild anaemia, 30 percent had moderate anaemia and 2 percent had severe anaemia. Among children, the prevalence of anaemia in major states was highest in Haryana (73%), followed by Jharkhand (72%) and Madhya Pradesh (70%) and was lowest in Manipur (23%) and Mizoram (25%). The adjusted odds ratio results show that age of the child, sex, meal diversity, mother�s BMI and anaemia status, antenatal visits, substance use pattern, education and wealth were significantly associated with anaemia status of the children.


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  Paper Title: PREVALENCE OF DIARRHEAL DISEASES AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS AMONG UNDER-FIVE CHILDREN IN NINE PRIORITY STATES OF INDIA: EVIDENCES FROM NFHS-4 (2015-16)

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  Title: PREVALENCE OF DIARRHEAL DISEASES AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS AMONG UNDER-FIVE CHILDREN IN NINE PRIORITY STATES OF INDIA: EVIDENCES FROM NFHS-4 (2015-16)

  Author Name(s): Arun Kumar Yadav, Prabhat Shankar, Kabir Pa;, Rahul Mishra

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2854-2861

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Diarrhoeal disease is the second leading cause of death among children aged under 5 years of age, and is accountable for death toll of 0.5 million children every year globally. In 2015, deaths from diarrhoea in India, among children under five accounted for 10 percent (117,285) of all deaths among children below the age of five. Thus, the aim of the present study is to investigate the prevalence of diarrheal diseases and associated risk factors among under-five children in nine priority states of India. The study used data from the fourth round of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-IV), which was conducted during 2015�16. In the NFHS-IV survey, a total of 259,627 children under 5 were collected from India, out of which a total of 157,358 children from nine selected states were analysed. The study used Stata/MP Version 14.1 for appropriate bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis. The study has found that the 11 percent of children under age five years had diarrhoea in the two weeks before the survey: it was recorded highest in Uttarakhand (17%), followed by Uttar Pradesh (15%), and Bihar (10%). The prevalence of diarrhoea rises from 14 percent among children under age six months to 19 percent among those age 6-11 months, when complementary foods and other liquids are introduced. Prevalence remains high (16%) at age 12-23 months, which is the time when children begin to walk and are at increased risk of contamination from the environment. The results depicted in table shows that the age of the child, antenatal clinic visits, caste religion and WASH indicator were significantly associated with the risk of diarrhoea among children.


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  Paper Title: IMPACT OF E LEARNING ON MUSIC DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME COVID -19

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2010391
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  Title: IMPACT OF E LEARNING ON MUSIC DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME COVID -19

  Author Name(s): Dr.Arati Mishra

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 10

 Pages: 2850-2853

 Year: October 2020

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The impact of this difficult time COVID 19 our India as well as world are badly affected by this Corona Virus. This lock down creating very bad effect on schools, colleges & University and all educational music activities aslso stopped in India. In this situation we are fully depended on technology. which have not been used before. The education sector has been facing difficulties to survive in this pandemic. When evrything stopped in this situation music has a big role of it. even we are not able to go outside for gym,zumba, Aerobics , dance classes & morning walk etc. Music helps a lot you can entertain yourself inside your at home. We have to maintain social distancing so E learning is very helpful for us. The following points considered as the impacts. * we move towards blended learning * Impact on Online Concert * Students also collecting the record materialin Music Classes * Increasing Online meeting * People educate in Digital Literacy * Impact on Employment in Music / Stage Performer * facing problems in network * Lack of Electronic Gadget


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