Just Received Articles
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/020
Author S. Jayapriya MSc., Bed.,
Paper Title Lightweight Key Exchange Technology Using Low Energy Consuming and Security Issues of MANET
Subject Category Sciece and Technologu
Abstract MANET is a gathering of wireless nodes that can animatedly be set up wherever & anytime lacking having the preexisting network infrastructure. It is an unidentified system in which mobile hosts connected by wireless links are free to move randomly. Here the nodes a short time act as a host & also sometime acts because a router. It plays a major role in Household, industry, Study & Military applications, but the security plays a major role in adhoc networks. A quantity of secure protocols, especially those that enable forward secrecy, make a much heavier use of “Cyber Security Framework to Protect Access to Information Systems, increasing the demand for lightweight cryptosystems that can be implemented in low powered or mobile devices. These performance requirements are even more significant in critical infrastructure and emergency scenarios where peer-to-peer networks are deployed for increased availability and resiliency. We benchmark several public-key key-exchange algorithms, determining those that are better for the requirements of critical infrastructure and emergency applications and propose a security Unified Cyber Security Framework based on these algorithms and study its application to decentralized node or sensor networks. These network is low converge area and same time low power consumes, the problem is power and security issue of mobile adhoc network, we are new enhancing the power consumes based improve the manet services and user interfaces. Unified Cyber Security Framework is new framework technology to improve the security of MANET. Cyber Security Framework to Protect Access to Electronic Operating Devices and Business Information Systems.
Keyword Lightweight Routing, mobile ad hoc networks
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/019
Author Gurmessa chala and Alemihun Fenta
Paper Title Challenges of Implementing Inclusive Education among Primary Schools of Students with Disabilities in Bale Zone: Oromia Regional State
Subject Category special needs and nclusive education
Abstract Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate the challenges of implementing inclusive education (IE) in primary schools of Bale Zone. The study focused only two primary schools which practices inclusive education Such as Galama and Makuria Tasamma primary schools. Even though, IE is a policy agenda today it has ambiguities and lack of clarities in its implementation. Therefore, study was intended to deal the challenges and the opportunities exist in the current physical and social structure of school system in promoting the practicing of inclusive education. Descriptive survey research design was used. The study was included the total of students with disabilities (8), teachers who teach in inclusive classrooms (45), and schools principals (2). Questionnaires were administered to collect data from teachers while interviews were used to gather data from principals and students. In addition, observation was used. The finding of the study reveals, attitudinal barriers, lack of adaptive curriculum, large class size, and inaccessible physical environment were identified as an obstacle for practicing inclusive education. Therefore, it is essential to make the school system to fit the needs of students than students fit it.
Keyword Challenges, Primary School, Students with Disability
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/018
Author Amani Qasim Ahmed AL- Gashany
Paper Title A study on Availability and Priority of Rehabilitation Services for Children with Intellectual Disability in Ibb, Yemen
Subject Category Special Education
Abstract The aim of this study is to investigate "Availability and Priority of Rehabilitation Services for Children with Intellectual Disability in IBB, Yemen''. It employed a survey design, which involved 85 stakeholders including teachers, administrators and parents of CWID in the age range of 4-18 years. The result of the study can be presented in two parts, the first part is based on the availability of rehabilitation services, which is reflected in the results as 85% sample indicated that services are not available while 15% sample reported the existence of rehabilitation services which is distributed in four dimensions i.e. policies and schemes, vocational rehabilitation, therapeutic services and special education and the obtained percentage is 24, 11, 12 and 7 respectively. The second part reveals the priority of the same wherein the response goes above 80% and 4 of mean score and below 70% and 3.5 of the mean score in view of most important and least important. Based on the data gathered, researcher's own experience of working there (Ibb city, Yemen) for two years as a special educator and experiences shared by her colleagues (special educators and parents) she attributes the prime cause of this outcome to civil war and economic imbalance in the country. This research paves a way to further researches to be conducted for providing rehabilitation services pertaining to Children with Intellectual Disability, more so, need based and cost-effective services might be provided for their all-round development.
Keyword Availability, priority, rehabilitation services, children with intellectual disability.
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/017
Author R S. Narayanaswamy, Jayaram Y, Manoraham K
Subject Category adhoc networks
Abstract Ad hoc networking allows portable mobile devices to establish communication path without having any central infrastructure. Since there is no central infrastructure and the mobile devices are moving randomly, gives rise to various kinds of problems, such as routing and security. In this thesis the problem of routing is considered. Routing is one of the key issues in MANETs because of highly dynamic and distributed nature of nodes. Especially energy efficient routing is most important because all the nodes are battery powered. Failure of one node may affect the entire network. If a node runs out of energy the probability of network partitioning will be increased. Since every mobile node has limited power supply, energy depletion is become one of the main threats to the lifetime of the ad hoc network. So routing in MANET should be in such a way that it will use the remaining battery power in an efficient way to increase the life time of the network. Wireless network devices, especially in ad hoc networks, are typically battery powered. The growing need for energy efficiency in wireless networks, in general, and in mobile Adhoc networks (MANETs), in particular, calls for power enhancement features. Battery power is an important resource in ad hoc networks. It has been observed that in ad hoc networks, energy consumption does not reflect the communication activities in the network. Many existing energy conservation protocols based on electing a routing backbone for global connectivity are oblivious to traffic characteristics. In this paper, we propose an extensible on-demand power management framework for ad hoc networks that adapts to traffic load. Nodes maintain soft-state timers that determine power management transitions. By monitoring routing control messages and data transmission, these timers is set and refreshed on-demand. Nodes that are not involved in data delivery may go to sleep as supported by the MAC protocol
Keyword Mobile Adhoc Networks (Manets), Routing Backbone, MAC Protocol. Energy Efficient Routing, On-Demand Power Management, Energy Conservation Protocols
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/016
Paper Title A Descriptive Study To Find Out The Association Between The Anthropometric Measurements And The Selected Demographic Variables Of Preschool Children.
Abstract A descriptive study to find out the association between the anthropometric measurements and the selected demographic variables of preschool children. The objective of the study was to find out the association between the anthropometric measurements (weight in kg, height in cm & mid upper arm circumference in cm) with their selected demographic variables (such as gender, age, types of food, educational status of father, educational status of mother, occupational status of father, occupational status of mother, family income, area of residence, type of family) of preschool children. The sampling technique chosen for this study was non probability – purposive sampling technique and the sample size was 60 preschool children. The structured questionnaire to assess the demographic variables of pre school was formulated and the anthropometric measurements assessed and it was interpreted by the WHO Z score scoring system. The study results showed that The study findings also revealed that the majority of the pre school children were having normalnutritional status according to weight, height & mid upper arm circumference. Few preschool children were having severe malnutrition and veryfew pre school children were having extremely over nutrition. The study results revealed that there was significant association between the anthropometric measurements such as weight, height 7 mid upper arnm circumference of preschool children with their selected demographic variables.
Keyword anthropometric measurements, selected demographic variables and preschool children.
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/015
Subject Category COMMERCE
Abstract The primary objective of any country is the overall growth and development of a country. The government should focus on the welfare and developmental activities which requires finance. Tax is considered a major source of revenue for a government. Therefore, the development of a country is related to the tax revenue generated. This paper examines the direct tax revenue collected in India. The main objective of this paper is to analyse the direct tax revenue in India and also suggest certain measures to increase the same. Data has been collected from secondary sources i.e. Union Budget and Economic Survey, Ministry of Finance, etc. The researcher has used various tools for analysis like average, percentage and has also calculated tax buoyancy. The researcher concluded that there has been increase in the tax revenue but still there are certain loopholes which need to be improved.
Keyword Tax, Tax Revenue, Tax Buoyancy.
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/014
Paper Title Sex Ratio: Trends and Patterns at World Level
Subject Category Geography
Abstract The sex ratio represents composition of population in terms of ratio of males and females. There are spatial and temporal variations in sex ratio in the world. Sex ratio depends on determinants of fertility, differential mortality of males and females and sex composition of migrants. From 1960 to 2015 sex ratio has declined from 1000 females per 1000 males to 983 females per thousand males. This decline is most noteworthy in child sex ratio in Asia. With in Asia the declining trend of sex ratio is most well established in China, South Asia and Middle East. The trend of declining sex ratio in India, Pakistan and China is due to neglect of the girl child resulting in their higher mortality at younger age, high maternal mortality, sex selective female abortions and female infanticide. In case of Middle East it is due to male dominance in society and male dominated immigration. The objectives of the present paper are – (i) to describe the trends of sex ratio at continental level and world level; (ii) to analyse the world patterns of sex ratio; (iii) to highlight trends of child sex ratio in world, especially in India; and finally (iv) to discuss the trend of declining sex ratio along with its causes and consequences.
Keyword Sex ratio, child sex ratio, decline, preferences, dislikes.
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/013
Author Merly Rajanayagam
Paper Title Reflective Thinking: A Strategy for Effective Learning
Subject Category Education
Abstract This paper focused on effective learning on using reflective thinking strategy. Reflection is a cognitive skill that can be honed by higher order thinking, which involves active control over the cognitive processes engaged in learning. The term reflective thinking is first defined by John Dewey (1933) as “active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of grounds that support it, and the further conclusion to which it tends.” Education is a lifelong process and perhaps an instrument of change, and plays a vital role in communication, self control, and problem solving and personality development. In this context reflective thinking predicts quality education and academic excellence among learners and works on progressively what needs improvement. Reflective thinking is most important in prompting learning at a time of complex solving situation due to the fact that it avails the opportunity to rethink, here it integrates the term meta-cognition which means ‘thinking about thinking’, how they solve problem, how a particular set of problems solving strategies is appreciated for achieving goals. In fact, it is also a part of the critical thinking process of analyzing, evaluating and making judgment about what has happened. The various studies on effective learning provide success in academic endeavors through reflective thinking. This paper tries to bring out an overview of reflective thinking among learners in cognitive learning process.
Keyword Reflective thinking, meta cognitive, critical thinking, thinking about thinking cognitive
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/012
Subject Category Eucation
Abstract Abstract This research paper focuses on attitude towards science teaching of student teachers in cuddalore district. 240 students – teachers were taken as the sample of the study using random sampling technique. Mean, SD, and ‘t’ test were used for analyzing the data. The result exposed that the student teachers in their attitude towards science teaching is high.
Keyword Attitude, Science Teaching and Student Teachers
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/011
Author M.Venmani, Dr.S.Vasanthi
Subject Category EDUCATION
Abstract The purpose of this research is to study, observe and analyze the academic performance of secondary students’ attitude towards learning. Normative survey method is used for this study. The tool on Attitude towards learning (constructed by the investigator, 2012) consists of 32 items was used to measure the students’ attitude towards learning. Total marks obtained by the students in all the subjects were considered as scholastic performance which was taken from School Mark Register. Research findings indicated no association between students’ attitude towards learning and achieving academic success in the classroom.
Keyword Attitude towards learning, Scholastic Performance, Secondary level students
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/010
Author Merly Rajanayagam
Paper Title Certain Selected Technologies for Reducing Communication Disorder at Higher Education Level
Subject Category Education
Abstract ICT has been considered as potentially powerful enabling tools for educational change and reform. The computers play significant role in the learning process especially in learning language. The need of technological innovation has brought the communication revolution and rapid development of technological application in teaching and learning. This technology made contribution on improving language communication in English. Every school has used the ICT to facilitate the teacher to teach the students in the classroom. Many kinds of application that they use in the classroom improved and enhanced the better lesson. Hartoyo (2008) also asserts that English language teaching has been shaped by the search for the ‘one best method’ of teaching the language. Some experts and practitioners of education learning language in Computer Assisted- Language Learning (CALL), strongly supports the utilization of ICT in language learning to improve efficiency and effectiveness of learning that can improve the quality of understanding and mastery of the language studied and also help to reduce communication disorder.
Keyword Computer Assisted-Learning language (CALL), Communication Disorder, ICT
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/009
Paper Title Incorporation of novel MEMS tactile sensors into tissue engineered skin
Subject Category MEMS
Abstract Tactile sensation is important for the performance of daily tasks and prevention of injury. Full thickness wounds of greater than 4cm diameter will not spontaneously heal. Tissue engineering can be used to replace the lost skin, but this skin will often fail to be reinnervated. This results in loss of tactile sensations. Here we have developed a novel, silicon based Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensor array that is capable of detecting tactile experiences of the tissue engineered skin. Tissue engineered skin with tactile experiences can also be useful in the replacement of animal testing in the pharmaceutical industry.
Keyword Tissue engineering, skin, MEMS tactile sensors, regenerative medicine, pharmaceutical testing.
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/008
Author Dr. Md. Mahmood Alam
Subject Category Social Sciences
Abstract Education is changing. Digital technologies are impacting what, where, how and why students learn, and who they learn from. Infusing technology into instruction could methodically address the challenges and provides a platform for transformative effect. However, the many benefits of learning with digital technologies are accompanied by some potential risks for students and schools. These ‘digital challenges’ are real and present a dilemma to schools seeking to use digital technology to enhance student learning. Many studies of e-learning programs have concluded that the key to ensuring successful outcomes is to blend more traditional classroom approaches with those that use technology. A blended approach mixing face-to-face classroom methods with technology-mediated activities seems to provide the highest learning outcomes. These results suggest that teachers need to develop a model that would include a shared vision, entire school community involvement, specific training for staff and time for the training and time for the staff to communicate and share among peers for technology to be an effective tool in the classroom curriculum. Although technology is not a panacea for all educational ills, technology is an essential tool for teaching (OTA, 1995). To use technology as an effective instructional tool, training and time is needed for teachers to infuse technology into their curriculum. This paper highlights the benefits and challenges of using digital technologies in teaching and learning in the classroom.
Keyword Digital technology, Blended approach, Augmentation, Redefinition
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/007
Subject Category Accounting / Finance
Abstract A co-operative society is a form of economic organization and is functioning in the various parts of the world since a long time past. Now a days when people feel powerless to change their lives, co-operative societies represent a strong, vibrant and viable economic alternative to them. A Co-operative society is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprise. It is based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. Dairy Co-operatives has plays an important role for the socio economic development of the people, it can bring together the aims of increasing milk supply, enhancing incomes of poor rural households and promoting economic participation of women. Sikkim Milk Producer Union Ltd. is an apex body of the primary milk producers’ cooperative societies formed at the village level on Anand Model Milk Cooperatives. It plays a significant role in many economies and have created a great number of salaried jobs and self-employment opportunities in Sikkim State. Cooperative societies have a comparative job creation advantages over other types of enterprises, they are labour intensive by nature, and they are cost effective because of member commitment and participation.. Cooperatives assure the farmer of not only a market for their product but also take care of logistical issues like transportation and containers. This article analyses the business and management of Sikkim Milk Producer’s Union Ltd. in the changing environment
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/006
Author S. L. Borana 1 and S.K.Yadav 1
Paper Title Using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) To Assess LU-LC Features in Mining Areas of Jodhpur City
Subject Category Remote Sensing
Abstract This paper investigates the Spatio-temporal land use/land cover (LU/LC) changes in Jodhpur sandstone mine and surrounding areas during the period from 2000 to 2015. Land use/ land cover maps for the year 2000 and 2015 were generated through the visual interpretation of Landsat TM satellite images with extensive field checks. The paper presents the details of the Sandstone mine which provides employment to local people and revenue to the government. Over the years advanced instruments and some skilled personnel also enhance the mining activities. Using RS & GIS land cover mapping of the area has been displayed over the period 2000 to 2015. These Changes are due to increasing population and subsequent anthropogenic activity in the past decades. ENVI and ERDAS software were used for analysis of Satellite data and generation of land use maps of the respective periods. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) supported by GIS was employed to detect vegetation changes. Results revealed significant changes in vegetation cover of the area during the study period.
Keyword Mining, LU/LC Classes, RS & GIS, Vegetation Index
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/005
Author S. K. Yadav , S.L. Borana and S.K.Parihar
Paper Title Change Detection Analysis of Urban Land Use Using IRS L-3 Data of Jodhpur City and Surrounding Area
Subject Category Remote Sensing
Abstract This paper presents the spatial extent, magnitude and temporal behavior of land use land cover (LU-LC) changes around Jodhpur city of Rajasthan State, due to increasing population and urbanization in the past one decade. The purpose of this work is to map the LU/LC features over the period of time. The Remote Sensing(RS) and Geographical Information system (GIS) is used to develop a land use classification and change detection using IRS P6 L-3 images of year 2005 and 2010. Results revealed significant changes in builtup, mining areas, vegetation cover and other area with changes categories like no change, positive change and negative change. Results were also verified using ground truth data. This study will be of great aid to the local government of Jodhpur city as well as the mining authorities to undertake proper protocols to achieve the sustainable development of the surrounding area and environment.
Keyword Remote Sensing, GIS, LU-LC, Change Detection
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/004
Author G.Maria Delicia Helina
Subject Category Commerce
Abstract ABSTRACT At present in India Gold loans can be availed from co-operative banks, public sector banks, private sector banks and other private lenders. Some banks, however, offer it only in certain regions, while private lenders process the loan in less than a couple of hours, some co -operative and public sector banks may take up to a day to issue the loan. Muthoot Finance falls under the category of NonBanking Financial Company (NBFCs) of the RBI guidelines. The present paper identifies the various factors which are considered by borrowers while availing the gold loan and the various reasons for opting Muthoot Finance for availing gold loan .The study also identifies the various demographic factors like gender, age, income level, educational background of the borrowers which have an impact in opting Muthoot Finance for availing gold loan.
Keyword Keywords: Gold Loan Market, Muthoot Finance, Satisfaction level, Awareness, Borrowers
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/003
Author Dr.K.Rajeswari and Meenaatchi.S.M
Paper Title Mishmash of Fissure Psychoanalysis of Data Classification in Contact Lenses Wearing
Subject Category Computer Sciences
Abstract Wearing Contact lens is the current trends towards this age band. A quantity of set of cluster people wears it for vision problem and others to showcase them in a pleasant behavior and so on, based on the trends, it is applied by some cluster of people, at any cost of the source, and it can be moved into a market as make-upping product. Physically speaking wearing contact lens for vision problem, it takes some fissure to analysis to get a comfort zone for each and every applier on eye. Ophthalmologists will be taking responsible to check the vision capability and help us to wear the lens. In case, when the issues arises to the person with T2D (Type 2 Diabetes), acquiring the needs to satisfied in prefect way by applying the Classification technique. Decision trees is trained based on the genes, age, parameter values like blood sugar level, status of diabetes retinopathy, compatible lens to support the visualization belongings
Keyword Classification Techniques, Contact Lens, Decision Trees, Diabetes Retinopathy, Symptoms Identification, Type2 Diabetes
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/002
Author K. L. Vishvanath, Jaya Mahaluxmi R
Paper Title The Agenda setting Function Of The Mass Media Works In Social Media Environments
Subject Category Mass Communication
Abstract Agenda Setting is one of the most important media theories of the present times. The concept of agenda setting took its name from the idea that the mass media have the ability to carry the salience of items on their news agendas and then transfer it to the public agenda. Usually journalists deal with the news in several important ways. First of all, they decide which news to cover and which to ignore. Then they assess all of these available reports. Newspapers don't have enough space to print each and everything that is available. There is no way other than choices. These are the first steps in gate-keeping routine. But the news items that pass through the gate of the media organizations do not receive equal treatment when presented to the audience. Some news stories are published in a greater length and prominently displayed. Others receive only brief attention. Newspapers very clearly state the journalistic salience of an item through its page placement, headline and length etc. This paper examines the way that the agenda setting function of the mass media works in social media environments. The agenda-setting influence of the news media is not limited to this initial step of focusing public attention on a particular topic. The media also influence the next step in the communication process, our understanding and perspective on the topics in the news.
Keyword Agenda Setting, New Media Theories, Objects Literally Influence, Characteristics, Traits, Objects
Paper ID IJIFR/V5/E3/001
Author Amrudh Mukhopadya, Arvind Kulkarni
Subject Category Health Sector
Abstract The study provides insights into how the partnerships originated, how they work, how the poor have been targeted, constraints and bottlenecks in the design, implementation and management of partnerships, and performance of these partnerships in reaching the targeted population. The paper argues that, if well designed and implemented in stages, PPP is an innovative mechanism that benefits the poor. It would be unfair to categories PPP as privatisation or marketization because most of the partnerships that are designed to deliver health services (not the ancillary services) are either civil society organizations or from the non-profit private sector. However, some arrangements involve the private for- profit sector in PPP. This paper highlights significant policy perspectives on public/private partnership in health sector. Operational issues in the context of equity, accessibility to the poor and the deprived groups are discussed.
Keyword Privatization, Marketization, Equity, Accessibility, Public/Private Partnership, Health Sector
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