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  • COMPLEX IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY OF EPOXY & POLYCARBONATES


Dr. R.PADMA SUVARNA

Abstract:
Impedance spectroscopy is a powerful method for characterizing the electrical properties of materials and their interfaces.


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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: POLICY IMPLEMENTATION


Nagaraj Naik. M, Dr. Kodandarama

Abstract:
The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not new in India. CSR has been widely established in the 1950’s and 60’s.


7-14
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  • A STUDY OF THE PROVISIONS OF LAW RELATING TO AGENCY IN INDIAN CONTRACT ACT


RoshniDuhan, Vimal Joshi

Abstract:
Although one person cannot, by contract with another, confer rights or impose liabilities on a third person, yet, he may represent another for the purpose of bringing him into legal relations with a third party.


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  • CONCERT STUDY OF FOUR WAVE MIXING OPTICAL FIBER AND ITS APPLICATION


Manmeet kaur Marhas

Abstract:
Four-wave mixing (FWM) is a occurrence that must be evade in DWDM transmission, but depending on the application it is the basis of significant second- generation optical devices and optical device extent technology.


23-28
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  • A COMPARATVE ANALYSIS OF CONVENTIONAL AND FARMERS’ INDIGENOUS TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN SOILS: THE CASE OF BANKANU VILLAGE, KWARE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, SOKOTO STATE


Abdulrahim, Marufdeen Adekunle

Abstract:
There has been a long argument that conventional Knowledge is superior to Indigenous Technological Knowledge (ITK) on the premise of the former been able to measure precisely and examine microscopically


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  • CODING THEOREMS FOR THE R-NORM INFORMATION MEASURE


Dr Meenakshi Darolia, Mr Vishesh Bansal

Abstract:
In this paper, we will give coding theorems with respect to the R-Norm Information Measure.


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  • THE NEGLECT OF ENDOGENOUS KNOWLEDGE BY LAND USE PLANNERS IN AFRICA: A RETHINK FOR FOOD SECURITY


Abdulrahim, Marufdeen Adekunle

Abstract:
Conventional knowledge in agricultural land management being sponsored by World Bank and other international agencies in order to achieve food security in Africa is not being sustained by the rural people/ farmers at the end of the funding period.


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