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  • A FACTOR ANALYSIS OF VARIABLES AFFECTING QUALITY OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION SYSTEM


Sanjay Soni, Dr. B. K. Chourasia

Abstract:
This paper discusses about the study that was carried out to find the effect of various variables on the quality of technical education system. A questionnaire comprising of various variables which affect the quality of technical education like Total numbers of teaching Faculty in the institute, Faculty performance, Faculty departure from the institute, Faculty satisfaction, Faculty arrival in the institute, Placement ratio of the institute, Students arrival in the institute, Fund availability for faculty training programs, Total number of classes conducted, Student satisfaction etc are incorporated in the questionnaire.


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  • FUEL COST MINIMIZATION USING AN IMPROVED PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION


N. R. Naharaj, Dr. A. Soundarrajan

Abstract:
This paper deals about minimization of fuel cost using modified particle swarm Optimization (PSO) technique to solve optimal power flow (OPF) problems. The standard PSO algorithm is extended “passive congregation” to prevent premature convergence and refine the convergence performance.


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  • EMAIL CRIME MITIGATION BY ITS FORENSICS AND LEGAL PROSECUTION


Dr. Jigar Patel

Abstract:
Email sending and receiving is almost every day exercise of Internet user. Billions of Emails are transmitted via Internet and even the numbers increasing drastically. Email is becoming more and more sophisticated and faster way of communication opens the new challenges and legal issues nowadays.


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  • HYBRID PESTICIDE PUMP


Vishwajit K. Barbudhe, Shailesh N.Sisat

Abstract:
We have made a attempt to assemble a multisource pump with the reliability of engine operated pump as well as cost efficiency reducing the consumption of fuel by using the petrol pump as backup which is detachable with the development of future vision.


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  • A HYBRID MODEL TO PERFORM SEGMENTATION ON BIOMETRIC IMAGES


Nisha Kumari

Abstract:
Biometric Image segmentation is about the extraction of biometric features from a biometric image. This paper is divided in two stages namely the ROI identification and the feature extraction.


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  • REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION


Shailesh N. Sisat, Vishwajit K. Barbudhe

Abstract:
There is considerable interest in wireless communication of data in industrial processes. Wireless sensors, in particular, have the potential to cut up to 90% of the installation costs from many industrial sensor wiring installations.


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  • APPLICATION OF SERVQUAL IN CAMPUS SHUTTLE SERVICE


OJO Thomas Kolawole, AMOAKO-SAKYI Regina, AGYEMANG William

Abstract:
The study is to apply SERVQUAL scale in assessing campus shuttle bus service. The methodology was opinion survey of simple randomly selected 300 respondents at the two designated stations for the shuttle service. The cronbach’salpha of the attributes ranges from 0.903-0.907.


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  • IMPLEMENTATION OF PRIVACY-PRESERVING PUBLIC AUDITING METHODS FOR SECURE CLOUD STORAGE


A. Mahesh Babu, Dr. G.A. Ramachandra

Abstract:
Cloud computing is internet based computing which enables sharing of services. Many users place their data in the cloud. However, the fact that users no longer have physical possession of the possibly large size of outsourced data makes the data integrity protection in cloud computing a very challenging and potentially formidable task, especially for users with constrained computing resources and capabilities.


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  • WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM) CROP RESPONSE UNDER DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEMS IN CLAY LOAM SOIL


Sanjay Singh Chouhan, Dr. Manoj Kumar Awasthi, Dr. Rajendra Kumar Nema

Abstract:
The aim of this study was to estimate the wheat yield response to drip irrigation systems and the attributed water productivity and saving water indices under clay loam soil conditions of semi tropical regions.


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  • Disaster Management - A Case of Latur Earthquake


M. Chakraborty

Abstract:
In this world, natural disasters are an inevitable phenomenon and India is no exception. India is highly susceptible to natural disasters due to its unique geo-climatic conditions. Floods, droughts, cyclones, earthquakes and landslides are common phenomena.


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  • STUDY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN RIVER GANGA AT BITHOOR GHAT IN WINTER IN DISTRICT KANPUR IN UTTAR PRADESH


Rajesh Chandra Verma, Pratibha Mishra

Abstract:
Water samples from river Ganga at Bithoor Ghat in Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh were collected and physico-chemical parameters were determined using standard analytical procedure in Oct. to Dec. 2013 and Jan.2014. pH (7.8-8.5)


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