International Journal

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    1.         Possible Mechanism of Mercuric Chloride Induced Nephrotoxicity and Protective Effect of             Herbs
                 Dr. Santosh Kumar Vermapage. no. 01 to 07
    Abstract

    Mercury (Hg) is a hazardous environmental and industrial pollutant which induces the severe changes in the tissues of the body in both humans and the animals. Mercury can cause biochemical destruction to tissues and genes through various mechanisms, such as intervention intracellular calcium homeostasis, disrupting membrane potential, altering protein synthesis. Mercury is primarily accumulated on kidney and expresses toxicity to the kidney. Mercury promotes the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in animals. Various herbal plants have protective effect against mercuric chloride induced nephrotoxicity.

    Keywords: Mercuric chloride, Nephrotoxicity, ROS Introduction

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    2.         Women Empowerment In India: A Study Of Uttarakhand
                 Dr.Krishna K.Vermapage. no. 01 to 16
    Abstract

    [ The empowerment of women means the equal representation of women in the followings as: i. Education
    ii. Health & Nutrition
    iii. Economic Independency
    iv. Organizational support
    v. Legal awareness
    vi. Intervention Programmes
    But none of the above seems to be equate for woman. While women in India have shown their potentialities in every field including politics, literature and education since Independence but the status of the women in rural India is daunting and pathetic. The women in villages of India lead a tough, torturous and disconcerted life. They are the victims of a whole plethora of violence committed against them such as domestic violence, rape, molestation, forced marriage and dowry death. Female infanticide, early age pregnancy, sexual harassment and rejection are still prevalent in villages and suburbs of India. Though the schemes launched by government of India, has elevated the status of few women, but there seems no sign of women empowerment in rural India. They are still kicked, killed, subdued and humiliated every day. The situation of women in Uttarakhand is also more deteriorated. They have to work very hard. Women in the hills are seen working so much and so often, tat her health is taken for granted. Dominated by men and guided by traditions, women on hills have to pass a very hard life. They have to cover a long distance to carry the drinking water for family and collect fodder for their cattle. As a result their health remains ill. More than fifty percent women suffer from anemia etc. On one side our governments are running the various programmes to empower the women but these are not sufficient. The State as well as Indian government needs to take strict efforts to make rural women educationally and financially independent ensuring their equal participation everywhere. If we are succeed to empower the women then there will be magnificent growth of India both in terms of economy and political stability.]


    Keywords: Education, empowerment, violence.

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    3.         Role of Higher Education in Women Empowerment in India
                 Prof. (Dr.) D.C. Agrawal & Ankur Kukreti page. no. 01 to 06
    Abstract

    First of all, I would like to congratulate every Indian one on being the part of a country having the second highest population approximately 128 crores. But my question to everyone is “What is women empowerment?” Is it just providing financial help to a needy women or is it just providing means of livelihood to all women and after doing this can you satisfactorily say that; yes, I have contributed towards women empowerment. Or is it something else? My next question is “Whenever any discussion about women is done why we started comparing men with women does this reflects the image of a men dominant economy?” “Shouldn’t women empowerment go hand-in-hand with men?” India is a spiritual land. A land where concepts and philosophies have attained their culminating point and for the development of such a country women empowerment is must which can be done through increasing literacy rate of females and providing higher education to women so that they can become self-dependent.

    Keywords: Empowerment, Literacy rate, Higher education

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    4.         In Vitro Biological Activity of Crude Extracts of Fruit (Seed material) Stereospermum
                suaveolens (D.C.) , Bignoniaceae

                 Dr. Yatendra Verma, Dr. S.B Sharm, Dr. A.K Molik, Aparna Verma page. no. 01 to 07
    Abstract

    The present study was designed to obtain preliminary information on In Vitro Biological activity and efficacy of four crude extracts of air shaded dried fruits (seed material) Stereospermum suaveolens, Bignoniaceae selected on the basis of their medicinal uses and determined by the NCCLS method for fungus using RPMI-1640media buffered with MOPS (3-{N-morpholino} propanesulfonic acid), (sigma chemical co.) and Mueller Hinton broth for bacteria. Results representing the sensitivity of the bacterial and fungal tests correlated well the traditional uses of this plant, thus indicating the presence of potential antimicrobial agents in this medicinal plant. The microorganisms Streptococcus faecalis, Klebsiella pneumoniae, E-coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, Cryptocloccus neoformans, Sporothrix schenckii, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Aspergillus fumigatus, Candida parapsilosis (ATCC-22019) were found to be highly sensitive to analyzed fruits extracts. The antimicrobial activity of four crude extracts of air shaded dried fruits (seed material) can explain the potential use of Stereospermum suaveolens in the eliminate or reduce Nausea, Vomiting, Headache, Migraine, Giddiness, Hemicrania and other associated symptom which focus for isolation of individual active principles and the subsequent pharmacological evaluation of the pure compound.

    Keywords: Vitro biological activity, Stereospermum suaveolens, Bignoniaceae.

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    5.         Impact of Climate Change on Insect Pest
                 Dr. Mange Ram page. no. 01 to 06
    Abstract

    Climate is the prevalent pattern of weather observed over a prolonged period of time. Our earth faces serious crisis at these days due to climate changes. It has been proved that climate is changing and this change is mainly caused by human activities. Climate change also affects the daily life of all people, but it is very difficult to inform the public about this subject. The universal climate changes have greater impacts on agriculture as well as crop pests. Crop plants and their associated pests both are directly and indirectly influenced by climatic change.

    Keywords:Climate change, carbon doixide, temperature, insect pest.

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    6.         Automatic 3D City Model Extraction from Cartoset-I Stero Pair for Application Domain
                 Arsh Doda, Ankit Kumar, Ramswaroop Uniyal page. no. 01 to 12
    Abstract

    3D city models using stereo images are being used predominantly in urban designing. To extract 3D models, a tool named 3D Modeller has been developed using various open source tools.The tool generates 3D city models from Cartosat-1 satellite stereo images using NASA’s Ames Stereo Pipeline and other open source tools. 3D Modeller also estimates the solar potential and rooftop rainwater harvesting of buildings for smart city use cases and uses GRASS GIS 7 and python 2.7 for the estimation. Dehradun is one of the fastest growing city of India and is one of the proposed smart city by the Government of India. The structure of the city is contiunously expanding, thus creating the need of 3D visualization of the city for sustainable planning. 3D model is generated for small area of Dehradun and is validated through field survey. Additionally, solar potential &rooftop rainwater harvesting for the buildingsare also estimated and validated.

    Keywords:Bundle Adjustment,Digital Surface Model, Image Matching, Rainwater Harvesting, Solar Potential

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