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Prof. Venkata SuryaNarayana Tinnaluri
Abstract: In this paper,i am going to discuss, the need of Security systems for our Electronic Wallets, ATMâ€™s which become a part of our regular lives. In present scenarios there is no specific security mechanism for physical machines, some of ATMcabins/rooms have entry detectors but maximum situation these methods are fail due to the policies of banks, such any bank card can use for transaction at any ATMâ€™s, certain number of attempts, the verification and validations can be done twice in each and every entry, (ones for door detector and second is transaction of a process) the Execution time of a process increases, obviously it will reflect on time complexity.
Divy Nidhi Chhibber*, Gunjan Sudan, Piyush Arora, Santosh Singh, Dr Priti Singh, Mr. Yashil Handa,
Abstract: The herbs commonly used in the manufacture of Ayurvedic medicines are highly nutritive with lots of healing properties. Ayurvedic medicines are said to have no side effects. There are certain ayurvedic medicines that are assumed to have cardio tonic properties.
D. A. Kulkarni
Abstract: Agriculture is the predominant occupation in India, accounting for about 52% of employment. Major agricultural products include rice, wheat, oilseed, cotton, jute, tea and sugarcane. Maharashtra is a major state in the Indian Union.
Abstract: Most of the coarse grains like sorghum, pearl millet, finger millet and other millets are grown in dry lands only. Dry land Agriculture refers to growing of crops entirely under rainfed conditions.
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