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  Paper Title: ANALYTICAL CASE STUDY OF MILDLY SYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 PATIENTS WITH REFERENCE TO MIZAJ.

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009360
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  Title: ANALYTICAL CASE STUDY OF MILDLY SYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 PATIENTS WITH REFERENCE TO MIZAJ.

  Author Name(s): Iqra Hashmi, Ubaid Amir, Aysha Raza, Yusuf jamal

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2831-2836

 Year: September 2020

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The Unani system of medicine originated in Greece. The Unani system of medicine is a comprehensive medical system that meticulously deals with the various states of health and disease. The word mizaj. is described as temperament which is derived from the Latin word TEMPERO, which means mix. In the Unani system of medicine mizaj is the most important and difficult concept as it describes the whole body and it should be in equilibrium and if there is any change in mizaj than the equilibrium gets disturbed and life is threatened. Corona viruses (CoV) are belonging to the genus Corona virus in the Corona viridae. All types of the CoVs are pleomorphic RNA viruses containing crown-shape peplomers with 80-160 nanometre in size with 27-32 kb positive polarization. Details of the cellular responses to this virus are not known, a probable course of events can be postulated based on past studies with (CoV). The clinical features of the Covid-19 are fever, running nose, Fever, Rhinorrhoea, Cough, Sore throat, Shortness of breath, Expectorations, Loss of taste. The persons infected by the novel coronavirus are the main source of infection. A cross-sectional descriptive study to assess Mizaj in 115 mildly symptomatic covid 19 patients of different mizaj was carried out in the covid ward of A and u tibbia college and hospital, Karol Bagh, Delhi. Based on the various observations it is found that most common mizaj in patients is Damvi and least common mizaj is saudavi. This can be due to the reason that patients with mild symptoms only admitted in tibbia hospital and damvi mizaj may shows mild symptoms of diseases and saudavi mizaj may shows severe symptoms.


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  Paper Title: EMOTIONAL MATURITY AND SELF ESTEEM AS PREDICTORS OF MARITAL ADJUSTMENT AMONG HOMEMAKERS AND WORKING WOMEN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009359
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  Title: EMOTIONAL MATURITY AND SELF ESTEEM AS PREDICTORS OF MARITAL ADJUSTMENT AMONG HOMEMAKERS AND WORKING WOMEN

  Author Name(s): Shruti Mittal, Ms Smriti Sethi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2822-2830

 Year: September 2020

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The present study was done to investigate emotional maturity and self esteem as predictors of marital adjustment among home makers and non-working women. Emotional maturity can be defined as how well people are able to respond to different situations, manage their emotions and respond in an adult-like manner while dealing with others. It has a relationship with the individual�s adjustment levels. One�s esteem is their level of self-value; it is how we perceive our value to the world and how valuable we think we are to others. It affects our trust in others, our relationships, our work nearly every part of our lives. Positive self gives us the strength to take charge of our lives and grow from our mistakes without the fear of rejection. The sample consisted of 100 working and 100 non working in the age range of 30 to 45 years. There was a minimal level of difference among the scores obtained by the home makers and working women . Emotional maturity and self esteem levels were higher for the case of home makers than that of working women. But the both the variables together were able to predict a higher level of marital adjustment for working women that accounted for 32% in comparison of 22% obtained in case of home makers. Three tools were administrated to the participants of data collection. The scales used are Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES;1960), Emotional Maturity Scale (EMS; Singh and Bhargava, 1990) ,Marital Adjustment Scale (MAS; Locke and Wallace ,1959).


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  Paper Title: HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGY OF BIHAR IN EDUCATION SECTOR

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009358
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  Title: HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGY OF BIHAR IN EDUCATION SECTOR

  Author Name(s): Dr. Randhir Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2815-2821

 Year: September 2020

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A human being is a positive asset and a precious national resource, which needs to be cherished, nurtured and developed with tenderness, and care, coupled with dynamism. Each individual's growth presents a different range of problems and possibilities at every. Education is a catalytic agent in this complex and dynamic growth process of the individual, community and the nation, which needs to be planned and executed with great sensitivity. The society and economy of Bihar is passing through a prolonged phase of transition, in which education can become an important factor of social transformation in desirable direction broadly outlined in the Indian constitution. Given its uniqueness, a nationally defined policy may not be the most appropriate for it, obviating the need of a separate policy largely, of course, in the national framework and properly manage the human resources in the education sector to improve quality of education.


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  Paper Title: MIGRATION, MIGRANT WORKERS, THEIR RIGHTS AND CHALLENGES IN THE STRAINER OF COVID 19

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009357
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  Title: MIGRATION, MIGRANT WORKERS, THEIR RIGHTS AND CHALLENGES IN THE STRAINER OF COVID 19

  Author Name(s): Sangita Dutta

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2810-2814

 Year: September 2020

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The COVID 19 pandemic or the novel Coronavirus � the well disseminate eerie virus is nothing new so far before the world of 2020, caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-COV-2), triggered outbreak first in Wuhan, China in December, 2019, later it sparked into other portion of the world. India is also not an exception - hitherto, many a life has lost, many blooming expectation has shadowed, many opportunities are lockdown, various Containment Zones are created, self-isolations are promoted, a stout appearance of socio-economic imbalances are visible, and mostly the vulnerability of the marginalized communities are manifested especially the displaced migrant population who generally remain in a curtain behind every development - suffers the worst form. The sudden Govt. proposed lockdown abruptly closes their worksites, snatches their last alternative of livelihood and shelter, and worst of it was the lack of transportation channels. Hence, thousands of them compelled to back home by walking; they crossed several thousand kilometers with starvation, exhaustion and due to this many died on the road, many suffer police brutality, many faced denial of medical care and that is not an end of their misery. The unrecognized strength of the democracy still deprived from their allotted rations, basic amenities, and last means of survival � allowances in absence of systemized registration. That is the significance of this present study and this study also highlight the Government and employer�s positive step to combat with it.


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COVID 19, Lockdown, Migrant workers, Socio-economic imbalance, Sufferance of Migrant Workers.

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  Paper Title: EVALUATION OF STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF GGBS BASED GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009356
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  Title: EVALUATION OF STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF GGBS BASED GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE

  Author Name(s): SRINISHA K, BARNALI GHOSH

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2805-2809

 Year: September 2020

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Nowadays more cementitious waste material are produced by many industries like iron industries (GGBS), paper industries (paper ash) etc, But the cement production from the industries affects the environment to reduce CO2 emission and greenhouse effects through the greater use of substitute for Cement. The use of supplementary cementitious materials as partial replacements for the cement in concrete will play a significant role with respect to the environmental control global temperature reduction. The development of geopolymer concrete (GPC), processing of geopolymer using GGBS in combination with sodium hydroxide and sodium silicate solutions, offers a promising alternative to ordinary portland cement concrete. This study compares the differing the molarities of alkaline solutions which are 8M,10M,12M,14M and 16M and comparing the strengths of the above molarity and conducting the compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength properties of GGBS based geopolymer concrete by conducting the test.


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  Paper Title: SHRIMAD BHAGVAD GEETA: A BRIEF JOURNEY INTO THE EVERGREEN TEXT.

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  Title: SHRIMAD BHAGVAD GEETA: A BRIEF JOURNEY INTO THE EVERGREEN TEXT.

  Author Name(s): Raunak Chaturvedi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2799-2804

 Year: September 2020

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Let us imagine a situation where we need to act against our wishes. Where although the victims of our actions are dear to us, we still need to act in order to restore order in our environment. Let us consider a situation where we know that we have to act in a particular manner, but, still we can�t because we are afraid of the fact that if we do act in that way, it is going to jeopardize our own existence within that social system. When we think that whatever is happening is an injustice to us. When we believe that, �It is I who is doing. I am the actual doer.� When, we simply can�t align ourselves with the fact that whatever is happening, has happened and will happen is nothing but a repurcussive outcome of what we are doing, had done and will be doing or are doing, respectively. In such a situation, we often ask a question. We are tormented by those two extremely dangerous and life eating words. What if? It is these two words that are the main cause of the Geeta which has been considered as the Holy Book for the religion of Hinduism. It is because Arjun had uttered �what if�, that Shree Krishna had sung this knowledge dripping Geeta in order to quench the spiritual thirsts of the generations to come. Through this article, we will try to understand the main philosophy behind this evergreen text and also, with the help of some personal examples, see how much it is applicable.


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Bhagvad Geeta, Shree Krishna, Karma Yog, Bhakti Yog, Gyan Yog, Mahabharat.

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  Paper Title: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009354
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  Title: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Dr. Shrikant Nityanath

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2792-2798

 Year: September 2020

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The present study about the critical analysis of rural development interventions has revealed various factors which are required to be modified and changed for achievement of its objectives for inclusive growth of the region. Rural development interventions create a healthy ground for the upliftment of the rural people by yielding various employment opportunities and infrastructure facilities. Although the role of these organizations are highly pro-people but the extent of benefits to the beneficiaries are not as effective as it is required. It requires a strict monitoring of the programmes implementation by the rural development interventions. The Employment opportunities provided by rural development programmes and schemes are helpful to alleviate the poverty but the sustainability of this employment through skill development should be ensured through management of these rural development organizations. Therefore, a strict plan for execution and monitoring of the programmes initiated by these organizations is required so as to benefit the rural people from top to lower level management to disperse a smooth inter and intra communication among the employees and beneficiaries.


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Inclusive growth, Sustainable development, Synergy, Equity

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  Paper Title: THE IDEAL BODY IMAGE AND WOMEN

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009353
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  Title: THE IDEAL BODY IMAGE AND WOMEN

  Author Name(s): Aiswarya Dutta

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2788-2791

 Year: September 2020

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Weight, Fat, Body Image, Body shaming, Social exclusion, Stigma

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  Paper Title: COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF ALPHA NANO SPIN SEEDS ON YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF COWPEA (VIGNA UNGUICULATA (L) WALP)

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  Title: COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF ALPHA NANO SPIN SEEDS ON YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF COWPEA (VIGNA UNGUICULATA (L) WALP)

  Author Name(s): Kana, Hauwa Ahmad , *Kwon-Ndung, Emmanuel Hala

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2777-2787

 Year: September 2020

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A green house and field experiments were carried out to study alpha nano spin exposure on the yield and yield components of 10 cowpea seed varieties treated at 0 min, 20 min, 40 min, and 60 min time exposure respectively. Nine (9) of these varieties were obtained from Institution of Agriculture Research (IAR), Zaria and one local variety from Nasarawa Agricultural Development Programmed (NADP), Lafia which served as the control. The experiments were conducted at the Botanical Garden, Federal University Lafia and Green house, College of Agriculture, Lafia. The trials were established using randomized complete block design with three replications. Analysis of variance for varieties, environments and varieties-by-environments interaction showed significant difference (P<0.05) for mean number of days to 50% flowering, mean number of days to 50% podding, mean pod length, mean number of seeds per pod, 100 seeds weight and mean grain yield kg/ha. Interactive effects of varieties and environments on alpha nano exposure revealed that Sampea 17 and Sampea 10 had lower number of days to flowering (33.08 and 33.83 days) respectively as compared to the control lafia (54.75 days) while sampea 11 and sampea 8 had the highest number of days (62.58 and 55.33 days) respectively. Number of days to podding were lower for sampea 10 and sampea 17 (47.7 and 49.4 days) respectively which were significant different (P<0.05) from that of the control variety Lafia (61.3days). Also, sampea 10 and sampea11 had more 100 seeds weight (17.44 g and 17.27g) than the control Lafia (16.03) and sampea 7 (15.44) and Sampea 5 (16.03) which recorded lower weights. The interaction between treatments and environments were also significant at (P<0.05) but no significant difference (P>0.05) for the interaction between varieties and treatments. The results demonstrate the potentials of improving cowpea grain yield and quality using alpha nano spin exposure. Samples performed differently in the different location which shows the importance of location in genotype x environment interaction effects.


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  Paper Title: ASSAMESE LANGUAGE AND ETHNO DIALECT VERITY AS SPOKEN BY MATAK COMMUNITY OF ASSAM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2009351
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  Title: ASSAMESE LANGUAGE AND ETHNO DIALECT VERITY AS SPOKEN BY MATAK COMMUNITY OF ASSAM

  Author Name(s): Dr Karabi Baruah Gogoi

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 9

 Pages: 2772-2776

 Year: September 2020

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The north-eastern part of India, Assam is the abode of various ethnic tribes with diverse colourful cultures. Since the pre-historic times various ethnic tribes have came to Assam to become permanent dwellers. People came in different times but they live here very peacefully and these ethnic tribes have so integrated themselves into the Assamese society and culture that it is often difficult to tell one from another. The Mataks are a specimen case who live in Assam long before the Tai Ahoms. After their assimilation into the greater Assamese nation and its culture, have almost lost their ethnic tribal identity, their language etc.. First, they have become mingled with the Tai Ahoms from the thirteenth century and then, in the Seventeenth century they embraced the Mayamoria religion preached by Sri Aniruddhadeva. Consequently, the post seventeenth century annals and history books contain confusing and misleading information in the context of the historical identify of the Matak ethnic tribe - which may be summed up as �the Mataks are none other than the Mayamoras�, and so on. Befor assimilation Mataks had their own language identity. But now all the Matak people talk in Assamese as their mother tong. Trough this paper want to discuss the speaking language of Matak tribe and they are an ethnic tribe of Tai Mongolian origin, and not �a religious community� as held usually.


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