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  Paper Title: INDIAN RAILWAYS : SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2006646
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  Title: INDIAN RAILWAYS : SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

  Author Name(s): Ghurni Bhattacharya

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4724-4731

 Year: June 2020

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Indian Railways, operated by the Ministry Of Railways is perhaps the biggest facilitator and connector of the masses across the states, divisions, districts, cities, towns and villages, the essence and relevance of railways in the development paradigm along with railways infrastructure today and its contribution to development across the country is of utmost importance to understand having all, different functional units such as (IRTS, Indian Railways, Passenger Reservation Enquiry, IRPS, signaling, tracking, eco-review, statistics, electrification, sanitation, symbols, departmental conventions of rules regulation, safety, security, self sufficiency, passenger safety and security, station cleanliness, general duties of staffs ,general conventions of passengers, IRCTC, asset utilization etc.) working in collaboration with one another with a proper set of structural organizational conventions and maintenance of value consensus reinforces stability in the organizational structure, thereby, promoting integration on the account of sociological basis evidenced by customer satisfaction highlighting the smooth running of Railway Organization and its social contributions as the Lifeline to the nation.


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  Paper Title: DISABILITY LEADING TO POVERTY IN INDIA -AN OVERVIEW

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2006645
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  Title: DISABILITY LEADING TO POVERTY IN INDIA -AN OVERVIEW

  Author Name(s): Prof Mrs. Kranti shashikant Patil, Principal .Dr. P. P. Chhajed

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 Volume: 8

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 Pages: 4719-4723

 Year: June 2020

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Abstract: This paper attempts to throw lights on how disability is one of leading factor for poverty or why most of disabled person are poor from generations. Disability and poverty is flip side of coin. In this paper we are going to see key factors related to disability, how the vicious cycle of poverty related to disabled make then poor to poorer. Disabled are excluded by society in some or the other way and most serious part of this entire scenario is that there is no reliable data available which can prove and compare or can explain their indirect exclusion from society. Though government does its best at policy level and provisions to bring them above poverty line, but lot of things are yet to improve from mindset of society towards disabled persons to making concrete work to bring them in flow with non disabled person. Because depriving someone of something is nothing but denying. Disabled have to face many challenges, difficulties which most of them or not able to overcome, and they lead to their poverty.


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Keywords: Social Exclusion, Disability, poverty,

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  Paper Title: ADVANCED CLOUD DATA SECURITY FEATURES UNDER KEY VULNERABILITY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2006644
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  Title: ADVANCED CLOUD DATA SECURITY FEATURES UNDER KEY VULNERABILITY

  Author Name(s): Muhammad Abul Kalam, Guguloth Ravinder

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4717-4718

 Year: June 2020

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Data confidentiality can be broken by powerful attackers by using cryptographic keys. This hacking can be done by coercion or backdoor in cryptographic software. if the encryption key is visible to the hacker then total data will be hacked so the only way to preserve the data confidentiality is to limit the attackers to access the cipher text. This may be done by using multiple administrative servers to share the cipher text so we can assume that the adversary cannot compromise all of them. If the data is encrypted by using the present method hackers can easily attack the data. So in this paper we are implementing data confidentiality against an adversary who knows the encryption key and accessing a large amount of cipher text. So we propose Bastion, which is very efficient and more guaranteed in data confidentiality. If the encryption key is visible to the adversary and he cannot access the whole data. Bastion is very secure and well suited for integration in the present system because it gives less than 5% overhead and also it implements secure encryption modes. We evaluated the performance of bastion by using prototype implementation.


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  Paper Title: IOT BASED MILK MONITORING SYSTEM FOR DETECTION OF MILK QUALITY USING SENSOR

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2006643
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  Title: IOT BASED MILK MONITORING SYSTEM FOR DETECTION OF MILK QUALITY USING SENSOR

  Author Name(s): V.HEMA, N.MONISHKUMAR, N.NANDHAKUMAR, B.NARMADHA

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4713-4716

 Year: June 2020

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The project presents a modern device for quality inspection of milk based on smart sensor technology. As milk is the major food for all the infants, it has to be monitored for the safety of the child. The main objective of the project is to bring out the product which determines the quality and the safety of milk for consumption. This project determines many parameters of milk by using smart sensor technology. Here, we consider parameters like temperature and pH to determine the quality of the milk. The Temperature sensor is used to determine the hotness or coldness of milk. The pH sensor is used to determine the pH of the milk. The nitrogen sensor is used to determine the protein content in the milk. The protein content can be used to determine the melamine is present in the milk or not. All these sensors are thus inbuilt inside the case and the output is thus shown with the help of monitoring displays (LED) externally.


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  Paper Title: TEMPERATURE ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION OF WORKING PARAMETER FOR MAGNETIC ABRSIVE PROCESS �A REVIEW

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2006642
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  Title: TEMPERATURE ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION OF WORKING PARAMETER FOR MAGNETIC ABRSIVE PROCESS �A REVIEW

  Author Name(s): RAM BAHADUR , Poonam Wankhede, ANKUR SRIVASTAVA

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4709-4712

 Year: June 2020

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The demand for advanced materials has been due to superior mechanical properties and high-quality surfaces in the engineering industry. To achieve high quality of surface finish, non-traditional finishing process can be used in place of traditional finishing methods. The magnetic abrasive finishing (MAF) process is an advance machining process to enhance the surface quality of certain materials such as ceramic, composites and hard alloy. The rate of surface finishing and quality through the MAF process depends on the varies parameter such voltage, current , ,magnetic field, abrasive quality and working gap etc. rise in temperature can also be a considerable factor during MAF process, because high rise in temperature can deform the surface microstructure and diffuse the abrasive particles. This review paper mainly focuses on the effects of process parameter and output parameter along with recent development and scope.


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Magnetic abrasive finishing; cylindrical magnetic abrasive finishing; plane magnetic abrasive finishing; surface roughness; removal weight, temperature.

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  Paper Title: SOIL STABILISATION USING HUMAN HAIR FIBER

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2006641
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  Title: SOIL STABILISATION USING HUMAN HAIR FIBER

  Author Name(s): Deepak Sehra, Mohammad Shahid Ali Khan, Mohit Agarwal, Mohit Kaswan, Naveen Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4706-4708

 Year: June 2020

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This research paper deals with stabilisation of low bearing capacity soil with the help of human hair fiber as reinforcing material. Human hair is a non-biodegradable waste material, which causes disposal problem. Human hair is mixed in soil sample in different percentages. The objective of studying human hair fiber in this process is to find an alternative of commercial fiber materials.


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Soil Stabilisation, Human Hair Fiber (HHF), California Bearing Ratio (CBR), Optimum Moisture Content (OMC), Maximum Dry Density (MDD).

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  Paper Title: A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE USING SILICA FUMES

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  Title: A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE USING SILICA FUMES

  Author Name(s): Ritesh Kumawat, Shikher Turki, Prateek Goya, Prateek Goyal, Umesh Malav

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4703-4705

 Year: June 2020

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Increase in the utilization of materials required in the creation of cement has lead to consumption of materials. Silica smolder is non metallic and non unsafe misuse of enterprises. It is appropriate for solid blend and improves properties of cement for example compressive quality and so on. The principle target of this explore work is to decide the ideal substitution rates which can be appropriately utilized under the Indian conditions. When appropriately planned and put, silica fume delivers a top notch concrete. Silica seethe concrete is of enthusiasm as it has a high early quality improvement, high extreme quality, great scraped spot obstruction and great protection from freeze-defrost activity. In lab considers, 28-day compressive qualities more than 14 000 Ibjin2 (97 MPa) were effectively acquired utilizing silica seethe with typical measures of portland concrete.


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  Paper Title: CARBON SEQUESTRATION TO PAPER CONSUMPTION IN JECRC

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  Title: CARBON SEQUESTRATION TO PAPER CONSUMPTION IN JECRC

  Author Name(s): Prithu Jaiman, Rishabh Raj Ranawat, Tanishq Saugat, Praveen Godara, Priti Yadav

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4699-4702

 Year: June 2020

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Increase in the utilization of materials required in the creation of cement has lead to consumption of materials. Silica smolder is non metallic and non unsafe misuse of enterprises. It is appropriate for solid blend and improves properties of cement for example compressive quality and so on. The principle target of this explore work is to decide the ideal substitution rates which can be appropriately utilized under the Indian conditions. When appropriately planned and put, silica fume delivers a top notch concrete. Silica seethe concrete is of enthusiasm as it has a high early quality improvement, high extreme quality, great scraped spot obstruction and great protection from freeze-defrost activity. In lab considers, 28-day compressive qualities more than 14 000 Ibjin2 (97 MPa) were effectively acquired utilizing silica seethe with typical measures of portland concrete.


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  Paper Title: MEGA PROJECTS IN INDIA

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  Title: MEGA PROJECTS IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Ajit Jangir, Deepak Sharma, Harsh Sekhon, Kapil Chaturvedi, Kunal Jain

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4696-4698

 Year: June 2020

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Infrastructure projects are classified into two type�s namely major infrastructure projects and mega infrastructure projects. This study analyses the time overrun and cost overrun in 30 mega infrastructure projects in India using the quarterly reports available at the Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation web portal. These projects represent different sectors such as the road transport and highways, power, atomic energy, metro and urban development, petroleum and petrochemicals. Road projects are found to have largest amount of time and cost overruns. Most common causes of time and cost overruns are identified as delay in land acquisition, delay in forest clearance, law and order problems, general price escalation, high capital cost, poor performance of contractor and delay in the supply of equipment. The relation between time overrun and cost overrun is studied in different sectors.


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  Paper Title: COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT (DELAWAS JAIPUR AND DELHI STP)

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  Title: COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT (DELAWAS JAIPUR AND DELHI STP)

  Author Name(s): Dipanshu Dixit, Manaswee Verma, Paras, Diksha Pathak, Antima Agrawal

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 6

 Pages: 4692-4695

 Year: June 2020

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The ever-increasing population has given a direction to the existing kind to follow up the idea of the sustainable development. Be that as it may, India treats just 20% of its sewage and rest fall straightforwardly into streams causing serious issues. The sewage treatment plant gives exact same opportunity to recycle the waste water and use it for future needs. This is a conventional kind of study. The main objective of the study was to monitor the physicochemical parameters in waste water. This research paper deals with the comparative study of two STP (Sewage Treatment Plant) located in Delawas, Jaipur and Delhi. From this comparative study we conclude that Delawas STP comprises of two stage limits each of 62.5 MLD (million litre per day and treat water efficiently but still lacks in efficiency compared to Delhi STP. But the results suggest, as there is development in technology there is a considerable improvement in treated wastewater over the time.


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