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Regional Disparities in the Levels of Agricultural  Development in Aligarh District of Western Uttar

Agriculture is an economic activity that manifests the complex relationship between natural and human resources. The growth of agriculture is prerequisite for overall development of Indian economy. It contributes significantly to the export earnings and affects the performance of other sectors of the economy through forward and backward linkages. The present paper analysis disparities in agricultural development in Aligarh district at block level during the period of 2011-12. The analysis of the study have been carried out by transforming and combining data related to various variable, (percentage of literate people to total population, percentage of agricultural workers to total workers, percentage of net sown area to total geographical area, fertilizers consumption in kg per hectare, percentage of net irrigated area to net sown area, percentage of canal irrigation to the net irrigated area, percentage of tube well irrigation to the net irrigated area, number of agricul

Variability of pollutant build-up parameters in different  land uses of Guwahati City, Assam, India

Urban stormwater runoff carries pollutants that collect on impervious surfaces such as oil, dirt, chemicals, and lawn fertilizers directly to receiving water bodies (surface water, seepage water and ground water), where they seriously harm water quality. This study investigated the variability of pollutant build-up parameters in five different land use types. For this purpose stormwater samples were collected from five different land use types; residential, commercial, recreational, heavy traffic and industrial, around Guwahati city, Assam (India) and analysed to measure different build-up parameter. It was found that distribution of stormwater pollutants is highly influenced by the surrounding land use type. Coefficient of variation (CV) is derived for each of the selected build-up parameters for the different land uses. Industrial land uses showed relatively higher values of CV, indicating the highly variable nature of the pollutant build-up parameters within the sa

Application of Fuzzy Logic in Operation Management  Research

Decision making is an important aspect of any business entity. In this paper, a new linguistic methodology is suggested in order to express the results obtained by analyzing the situations in a way that can be easily understood by non- experts users through fuzzy logic. The paper will further explain the relationship between variable through the application of fuzzy Logic. The model will be useful to understand better the system as compared to statistical results. It will also allow us to confront both kind of results considering that statistical analysis that are more discriminatory while fuzzy models show a broader vision. The model will let us understand the input variables behavior according to variations in output variables, therefore strategic planning possibilities are increased as no implementation is required. The use of decision support systems (DSS) is increasing and becoming generalized and it actually is the evolution of business computing networking

Comparative Study of Level of Stress due to  Menstruation Cycle

The purpose of the study was to identify the level of Stress due to menstruation cycle among physically active and non-active females in DRC College, University of Delhi. The research pattern being used was descriptive survey research comparing chosen active and non-active females. The study was delimited to the age group 20 to 25 years. By applying simple random sampling a total of 100 females (50 active + 50 non active) were selected, the physically active group consist of females doing at least 2-4 hour daily physical activity besides the daily work, whereas the non-active group consist of females with no physical activity in the daily routine. The variable for the study was stress; Adrenal Stress Questionnaire developed by Dave Hompes was used for the collection of data. The statistical techniques employed were descriptive statistics followed by independent‘t’ test. The results revealed that the active females with majority of 44% were below stress level, whereas 28

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http://www.phdthesiswriting.biz/ PhD thesis writing Writing a PhD thesis is like none other piece of article because of the importance and the significance that it carries. The PhD thesis will be critically judged both academically as well as professionally as one prepares to begin working.

Viscous Dissipation and Mass Transfer Effects on  Unsteady MHD Free Convective Flow along a moving

Viscous Dissipation and Mass Transfer Effects on Unsteady MHD Free Convective Flow along a moving Vertical Porous Plate in the presence of Internal Heat Generation and Variable Suction.

Computerized tomographic study of frontal sinus  patterns in skulls of South Indian Population

The frontal sinuses are a part of paranasal sinuses and they are located in the frontal bone above each orbits. The structure of frontal sinus can be variable from person to person and its sizes might be different in different populations. 50 macerated skulls(Males=28, Females=22) of age group 40-60 yrs are cleaned and subjected to 3D axial multislider CT scan. Axial and coronal images of slice thickness of 4mm were obtained.

Impact Simulation Axle Truck with Excess of Achievements Age Content Services

Overloading phenomenon is a common view in Indonesia, accused of early damage on pavement. This thesis is trying to evaluate the differences between two conditions, first condition as if overloading truck bring 5%,10%, 15%,20%, 25% and 30% more load, and the second condition as if applied zero overloading and used 6-axle-truck to accommodate unloaded logistics. Liddle’s formula will be used with the k factor 1 for tandem axle, 0.086 for tandem, and 0.031 for tridem axle. Service life significantly differ between the first and the second condition.

Impact Simulation Axle Truck with Excess of Achievements Age Content Services

Overloading phenomenon is a common view in Indonesia, accused of early damage on pavement. This thesis is trying to evaluate the differences between two conditions, first condition as if overloading truck bring 5%,10%, 15%,20%, 25% and 30% more load, and the second condition as if applied zero overloading and used 6-axle-truck to accommodate unloaded logistics. Liddle’s formula will be used with the k factor 1 for tandem axle, 0.086 for tandem, and 0.031 for tridem axle. Service life significantly differ between the first and the second condition.

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