International Journal

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    1.         Naphthoquinones&Binaphthoquinones: Future Hope for Medicinal Chemist
                 Dr.S.B.Sharma & Dr.Garima Sharmapage. no. 01 to 19
    Abstract

    Quinones mainly known for Antibacterial, Antimicrobial, Antifungal, Anticancer, Antileishmanial, anti- HIV. The Quinone moieties having special features and pharmacological activity. Some structural modifications make changes in their chemical characters and biological activity. In this paper we thrown light on the naphthoquinones and Binaphthoquinoe and their anti-therapeutic activity

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    2.         A Logical Model for the execution of Lean Product growth
                 Dr.D.C.Agrawal & Akansha Singhpage. no. 01 to 16
    Abstract

    Companies are faced with the need to address their product development challenges innovatively in order to stay competitive in today’s market. One way of doing that is the integration of lean thinking in their product development process. However, due to the lack of clear understanding of the lean thinking performance measurements, the near absent of a holistic and unifying measuring method and the near or non-existence of an evaluating conceptual model to allow for the evaluation of the performance of the lean product development processes, many companies are unable to fully implement the lean thinking principle in their Product development process. In dealing with these issues, this study has therefore proposed a conceptual model which is based on some core critical success factors for the examination of lean performance in the product development process.

    Keywords: Lean product growth; Lean practices; Logical model; significant success factors.

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    3.         Financing to Agriculture under Priority Sector by Public Sector Commercial Banks: Trends,
                Issue and Strategies

                 Dr.Dev Pal Singh page. no. 01 to 13
    Abstract

    Prior to nationalization of major commercial banks in 1969, financing of agriculture was considered to be the responsibility of co-operative credit institution and the commercial banks tended to shy away from financing this sector. There was also no proper direction from the RBI to commercial banks in regard to agriculture finance. They were mainly concerned with financing of large and medium scale industrial sector. The Government initiated measures for social control over banks in 1967-1968 with a view to securing a better adaptation of the banking system to the needs of economic planning and it is playing more active role in aiding sectors like agriculture. The present Study of this paper is to evaluate the agriculture advance and its share in adjusted net bank credit by public sector banks for better understand of public sector banks role in economic growth with ground level sectors development. The paper also throw light on the issues which arise due to agriculture sector advances and also suggest some Strategies to sought these issues. The period from 2005-2016 has been chosen to study.

    Keywords: Agriculture Advances, Issues, Strategies.

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    4.         Progress of Banking System in India
                 Dr.Bateshwar Singh page. no. 01 to 14
    Abstract

    Banking in India has been in practice since time immemorial. The origin of banking in India can be traced back to as early as 500 BC. Vedas and Manusmrities also witness the existence and working of banking system in IndiaThe present paper aims at appraising the banking development in India during British period and pre and post nationalization. In the last, paper pin point some fruit full suggestion to improve the banking system in country.

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    5.         Data Lake: A Next Generation Data Storage System
                 Dr.Anil Kumar Kapil & Ankit Kumar page. no. 01 to 06
    Abstract

    The traditional big data analytics makes it compulsory to store data in some structured format before analysis is done. Even storing data in warehouse require numerous preprocessing activities. This creates a limitation in an environment where new data are added frequently, like social networking analytics where big data analytics need to be performed on frequently changing data. But storing the data in warehouse or in any particular schema becomes a tedious job. Data Lake provides a solution for this problem.

    Keywords:Data Lake, Data Warehouse, Data Analytics, Big Data.

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    6.         A Study on Data Mining in Education System
                 Kamaljeet Kaur, Atul Garg page. no. 01 to 08
    Abstract

    Mining of data in education system is growing nowadays in research field. Various tools and techniques are developed to discover hidden patterns existing in the data from an educational view point. Application of the mining techniques in the education data helps us to deal with problems which are difficult to solve without them. The steps which are normally involved in the educational mining are defining the problem, preparing and gathering the data, building and evaluation of model and development of knowledge. Therefore, this paper studies the role of data mining in an education sector. It focuses on the importance of data mining process in educational systems and the various techniques used for increasing the effectiveness of education system in educational institutes.

    Keywords:Data Mining Process, Educational Mining, Education system,Mining Techniques

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    7.         Study of an Inventory Model with Time Varying Holding cost, Exponential Decaying Demand
                and Constant Deterioration

                 Dr.Sandeep Kumar page. no. 01 to 09
    Abstract

    In this paper an optimal cost of inventory is considered under the exponential decaying demand and constant deterioration .Here we taken time dependent holding cost which is a linear function of time. Also the shortages are not allowed. We have so many items in our daily life, have fixed life and lost their values with time. For example foods, fruits, fashion apparels, flowers, vegetables etc. To demonstrate the model, numerical example is presented.

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    8.         Study of changing socio-economic conditions of land use /cover areas in parts of South-
                West Punjab

                 Dr. Avadhesh Kumar Koshal page. no. 01 to 07
    Abstract

    The study area lies in Eco region 2 (M9E1), between geo-coordinates 30 00` to 30 15` N & 76 30` to 76 45` E, covering 577.86 sq km area of south west Punjab (Bhatinda and Muktsar districts) a part of the vast Trans-Gangetic Plain region of the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plain. The villages mainly affected were Thiri, Fakarsar, Danewala, Ratharyan, Abulkharana, Tappakhera, Dewankhera, Adhnian, Sahnakhera and Pajawa. 42.5% farmers felt that their income had declined sharply due to increasing salinity and waterlogging problems on their lands. 27.5% farmers agreed that their children did not have sufficient work as cultivation was no longer a possibility and were facing unemployment. Marriages of their children were no longer possible because of decreased incomes and no source of employment. Families of other villages were unwilling to marry men and women from these villages as they could see no source of alternate income. 12.5 % farmers interviewed felt that these were overriding problems. Additionally 17.5% farmers are facing the problem of debt, as they are unable to repay loan taken from banks, societies and moneylenders. It is emphasized that waterlogging, salinity and secondary salinity in the villages of Muktsar and Bhatinda have reached the socio-economic crisis in a critical situation.

    Keywords:Salinity, Secondary salinity, Trans Gangetic Plain &Water logging

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    9.         प्राथमित विधालयों की शैसिक समस्याये एव उनका समाधान विकास खण्ड लक्सर जिला हरिद्वार (उत्तराखण्ड)
                 Dr. Neelam Sharma page. no. 01 to 07
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