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1.        Impact of ICTs on Library Services
             Dr. Alka Rani page. no. 01 to 06
Abstract

Today’s libraries are transforming into digital libraries because of cheap and easy availability of the ICT and awareness among the users. Though there exist digital libraries but majority of the libraries still are traditional in nature. Further, many of the operations and services are still traditional. This paper describes the ICT and its impact over the present libraries and the services which can be better handle with the use of ICT.

Keywords:Libraries, Digital Libraries, Traditional Libraries

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2.         Entreprenurship and Labour Laws in India
             Dr. D.C. Agrawal & Sapna Singh page. no. 01 to 16
Abstract

India is a growing economy and this growth continue in coming decade also. In last 10 years Indian GDP grew at the rate of 6-8 % per annum. Out of this much growth is seen in service sector than manufacturing sector. A lot many experts feel that India can grow much faster if there is labor law reforms , they also feel that India could become the manufacturing hub if labor law reforms are done. We have seen in last 10-15 years Chinese economy grew by at the rate of more than 10% , and main growth happened in manufacturing sector. In this study we try to reveal rigidities of Indian Labor Laws and how we can reform them for better economic environment for faster economic growth if India. 

Keywords:Indian labor laws

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3.         KARYOMORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES IN SATYRIUM SWARTZ. (ORCHIDACEAE)
             Uma Rani page. no. 01 to 08
Abstract

Satyrium swartz., an orchidoideae taxa of orchidaceae, attains a position with two species in India. The present paper deal with the karyomorphological studies of S.nepalense D.Don for the first time from the area. It reveal the somatic numbers to be 2n=82,123 and 164 which confirms the previous reports also. 

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4.         PROGNOSIS STUDY OF AGORAPHOBIA AND ITS HERBAL REMEDIES
             Pooja Singh & Dr. Santosh Kr. Verma page. no. 01 to 05
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The term 'Agoraphobia' is a combination of two words --- 'Agora' which is a Greek word that refers to a place of assembly or market place; and 'phobia' which means fear. As such, the sufferers of Agoraphobia mostly have a hard time feeling safe in public places where there are large crowds. This avoidance of situations and places by the sufferers of Agoraphobia typically results from the feeling of getting trapped or the fear of not being able to get help. Most of the sufferers of Agoraphobia develop this disorder after suffering from one or more panic attacks in a particular situation. Practitioners and Pharmacists are recommended the use of some extremely beneficial herbal formulations which can be very useful for managing the symptoms of Agoraphobia. Detox tea is helpful in balancing the body’s three ‘doshas’ --- Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. It is prepared from several useful herbs which support effective blood circulation in the body, assist in different metabolic processes, and have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. This is an extremely crucial step in managing the anxiety disorder, especially because mental health conditions can be difficult to treat if not managed in a timely manner. Brahmi is basically considered a brain and nerve tonic, Brahmi herb can effectively manage the health conditions related to anxiety, dizziness, stress, and mental fatigue. The occurrence of Agoraphobia is more commonly reported in women as compared to men; with teenagers and young adults most affected by this disorder. 

Keywords: Agoraphobia, Prognosis, Detox tea, Anxiety, Ashwagandha, Herbal remedies

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5.         FLOATING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A NEW DOSAGE FORM
             Sharma Mukesh Chandra *, Sunil Kothari, Santosh Kumar Verma page. no. 01 to 21
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Floating drug delivery system is a recent advancement in pharmaceutical technology which has also several advantages over the conventional drug delivery systems. With an increasing understanding of polymer behavior and the role of the biological factors, it is suggested that future research work on the way of floating drug delivery system should be aimed to control accurately the drug input rate into the gastrointestinal tract. The recent developments of FDDS including the physiological and formulation variables affecting gastric retention, approaches to design single-unit and multiple-unit floating systems, and their classification and formulation aspects are covered in detail. These systems are useful to several problems encountered during the development of a pharmaceutical dosage form. 

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6.         WOMEN’S FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN INDIA
             Sakshi Chauhan,Vyanjna Saini page. no. 01 to 08
Abstract

Ladies, a young lady, a spouse, a mother, a grandma, general lady is a key of a family. World can never be finished without a lady. Law is the arrangement of tenets implemented to represent the conduct of individuals. From the earliest starting point of this world ladies is dealt with as a weaker segment of the general public and they are the casualties of the wrongdoings like assault, eve prodding, female child murder, endowment, abusive behavior at home, youngster marriage and corrosive tossing. They were just permitted to live underneath the shoes of their spouses and fathers. Laws are being made to secure the lives of the ladies from the brutality of their families and social orders, and to furnish them with their privileges of which they are the proprietors. This paper covers the part of ladies from previous history to the present world. It indicates how the law of our nation has contributed its best to change the lives of ladies, to influence them to live with nobility and regard not as a slave

Keywords:Legal status, Women rights, Domestic violence, Child marriage, Dowry, Eve teasing.

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7.         A RECENT UPDATE ON MODIFICATION OF POLYSACCHARIDE AND ITS DIVERSE SIGNIFICANT UTILITIES IN PHARMACEUTICAL FIELD
            Himanshu Pal, Sabiya Parveen page. no. 01 to 25
Abstract

Graft copolymerization is one of the most promising techniqueuses to modify the properties of naturally available polymers with a minimum loss in their native characteristics.Graft copolymerization is a very significant technique to add hybrid properties in backbone of polymers. The grafting generally initiated through the formation of free radical centers on the polymer backbone as well as monomer. Grafted polysaccharides have various applications in different important scientific areas such as drug delivery, pharmaceutical field, plastic industry, waste water treatment, tannery effluent treatment, textile industry, agriculture area, etc.all of this fascinated us to summarize the major research articles over the last two decades outlining different methods of grafting, surface modification, graft copolymerization of synthetic and natural polymers. Various redox initiator systems viz.ceric ammonium nitrate, persulfate, Irradiation, FAS-H2O2 etc. is also explored for grafting of vinyl through conventional and nonconventional techniques.

Keywords:Polysaccharides, Grafting, Copolymer

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8.         A QUERY DRIVEN SITE CAPACITY CONSTRAINED HEURISTIC SCHEME FOR OPTIMAL ALLOCATION OF FRAGMENTS IN DISTRIBUTED DATABASE SYSTEMS
            Vinod Kumar, Anil Kumar Kapil page. no. 01 to 06
Abstract

In this paper we do not consider replicated allocation of fragments, and leave it as a separate problem because there are efficient solutions [3] that can be applied to replicate fragments once an initial non-redundant allocation scheme is generated. Further the problem of query driven data allocation is considered with the following point of views: 1. Representing and evaluating the set of queries accessing the distributed database system 2. Using this information for the formulation and final solution for the data allocation problem.

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