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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Earth & Environmental Science

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 1 TITLE NAME: LEAD EXPOSURE RISK IN MOROCCO – AN OVERVIEW FROM RELIABLE DATA AND ONE HEALTH PERSPECTIVE
Author’s Name : Lahlou.L1, Obtel.M2, Sbai.Idrissi.K3, Mrabet.M4, Razine.R5
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : MOROCCO
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-I/Page – 01-05 [ JUNE ISSUE ]
Article Code : EVS-V14-I1-C1-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract Background: The One Health concept recognizes the relationship between health of people, animals and the environment there is an equilibrate among these relationships but many factors have changed these interactions. That imbalance is source of many health disasters like poisoning exposure of lead. click here
 Objective: The aim of this review is to collect reliable and available data on lead poisoning in Morocco. Methods : The review study conducted was focused mainly on lead poisoning the ways of exposure to lead, risk group and Human effects, describe some case study for environment and human conducted in Morocco and discuss current treatment, to end up with prevention and some implications from one health approach perspective. Results : The sources of exposure to lead are numerous and affect more risk group such as children under 5 years, occupational exposure and pregnant women. The human health effects are not specific; it’s depending on the duration of lead exposure, that making diagnosis difficult and underestimated. Humans are not alone in suffering from lead’s effects; plants, air soil, and animals are also affected by their toxicity. Lead poisoning is entirely preventable. One health approach to prevention can be divided into individual measures, public health for risky groups, and environmental. Conclusion: A sensitive environmental surveillance system is required to indicate early warning of lead contamination and install in the convenient time the response measures. In addition, efforts are to be made to raise clinician and biologist awareness of lead poisoning diagnosis to improve early diagnostic and treatment.Keywords : Lead poisoning, exposure to lead, risk group, risk factor, Human effects, environmental risk

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Mathematical Science

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 2 TITLE NAMEA MATHEMATICAL CLOSURE MODEL : Arrest of a crack in Infinite Slit in Elastic Plastic Media
Author’s Name : Vijesh Kumar1, Adeeba Umar2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-II/Page – 06-08 [ JUNE ISSUE ]
Article Code : MTS-V14-I1-C2-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Introduction : In this paper, the problem of a finite hairline straight crack weakening an infinite homogeneous elastic perfectly-plastic plate is considered. The plate is subjected to uniform constant unidirectional tension which is applied to it at infinite boundary. click here
 Consequently, face of crack open in mode-I type deformation farming plastic Zones ahead of the tip of the crack. To stop the crack form further extension rims of the plastic zones are subjected to normal cohesive cubically varying yield point stress distribution. To visualize the entire physical picture of the problem, problem is considered in two components which are superimposed afterwards to get the solution of original problem. Wester Gard technique is problem. Wester Gard technique is applied to solve the problem. Variation of load required for the closure of plastic zones is studied with respect to the affecting parameters. Results obtained are analyzed and graphically reported.Keywords : Mode I type deformation, rims of the plastic zones, Wester Gard technique, Yield point stress distribution.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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 3 TITLE NAME : CHALLENGES AND FUTURE OF GROCERY BUSINESS IN INDIA – A brief study of the Indian online and offline Grocery Market.
Author’s Name : Dr. Raja Roy Choudhury
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-III/Page – 09-19 [ JUNE ISSUE ]
Article Code : BM-V14-I1-C3-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract This study is the part of a research project to understand & gain insights into the current trends pertaining to online vis-à-vis offline grocery retailing and to identify room for improvement .This  paper is one of the first in a series of papers to be published from the Department of Marketing at N L Dalmia Institute of Management Studies & Research. click here
 It is primarily a Secondary research which tries to study the Indian Grocery business from the point of view of an entrepreneur looking to venture into the Indian Grocery Industry. It is assumed that the reader of this document has had a basic schooling and is able to appreciate the fact that Retail in a populous and expansive country like India is a much sought after business due to our country’s demographic dividend. It has many facets to it in terms of regulations, distribution channels, procurement, automation, online integration, Inventory management and many more – each of which poses unique challenges and has numerous avenues to work on and streamline. On the face of it, retail looks like a very lucrative business where every businessman would want to get into; but is it really so? Is it a game of volumes or ticket-sizes? What are the challenges in terms of capital requirements to start such a venture? How long would it take to break even and start making profit? What would be the requirement in terms of skilled manpower? What area should be served and what volumes of tickets which would propel the graph of revenues upwards? What would attract the customer to the retail/online store? And finally, what will drive profits volumes / Ticket-sizes / Area covered / A healthy ratio of Revenues to Resources? Another couple of questions which have an open ended answer w.r.t. to different firms would be -How fast to grow so that you don’t stretch yourself too thin to serve the clients efficiently? And on the other hand what should be the optimum number of resources to have for an optimum operation? We aim to answer most of these questions by presenting the trend in the market and the expanse of it to gauge the scope of such a business in the Indian economy in the time to come. We also present the case of Grofers.com which has garnered multimillion dollars as investment from marquee investors and give an overview of how they are doing and at what rate are they expanding. In continuation to that, we offer a small study on the case of opening an Online Grocery store and in what time we think will it break even. A rough calculation is also provided for the same. This paper starts with details on the retail channels available in India and goes on to explain the advent of the online retail format and how it is here to stay for long. It briefly explains how the future is in the Omni-channel retail and the winner would be the one who decodes this Online-Offline Retail conjunction. This study was done under the guidance of our Director & Professor in Digital Marketing & Metrics, Dr. Raja Roy Choudhury and the study would not have been possible without his insights and his guidance every step of the way. They say there needs to be a clear big picture and a goal before you dig the details. The big picture was clearly provided and articulated by Professor and the contents of the subject gave us a deep dive into the world of retail. Needless to say this paper was not a possibility without him. We hope that this paper provides a complete picture of the future of Grocery Business in India to both an expert in the field and to a novice reader inquisitive on the subject.

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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4 TITLE NAME :A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ORACLE, JDA AND SAP RETAIL MODULES
Author’s Name : Dr. Raja Roy Choudhury
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-IV/Page – 20-35 [ JUNE ISSUE ]
Article Code : BM-V14-I1-C4-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : Indian Retail is growing at an immense pace and its contribution to the global retail sector along with China is approximately 40% of the total 70% contributed by emerging markets Now, one of the biggest opportunities and challenges that characterize Indian Retail the entire structure it possesses. click here
 This report is a compilation of feature by feature comparison of SAP for retail, Oracle Retail solutions and JDA.I have compiled a feature by feature solution for the various sub-modules of Oracle, JDA and SAP which are used for retail functions.Keywords: Oracle, JDA, SAP, Retail Management 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science

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5 TITLE NAME :TONGSIS BUNG-BUNG PAH: Means of save garbage as a social facility to manage the environment of Kelampaian Ilir Village, South Borneo
Author’s Name : Eko Soehartono1, Lia Anggraini2, Annida Hassanah3, Fauzie Rahman4
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDONESIA
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-V/ Page – 36-40 [JUNE ISSUE ]
Article Code: MDS-V14-I1-C5-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : Garbage is an environmental health problem that will cause the impact of morbidity on the community if not managed properly. Based on the observation in Kelampaian Ilir Village, Astambul Sub-district, Banjar Regency, almost all household heads do not have garbage disposal outside the house that is 87.06% of all to the families surveyed. click here
 The problem of garbage in Kelampaian Ilir village is caused by the low knowledge and awareness of the environment, the absence of health cadres calling for and supervising the cleanliness of the local environment, the unavailability of standardized waste bins and the absence of waste management, and the housing environment close to the river. The purpose of this study is to explain the difference in average knowledge and attitude of society before and after counselling. This type of research is quasi experimental by using pre-test and post-test. Instruments in this study using questionnaires. The data analysis uses the T-Test if the normal distribution and Wilcoxon test if it does not meet for paired t test. The result of data analysis showed that after giving counselling and community empowerment through Tongsis Bung Bung Pah activity, the respondents experienced an increase of knowledge and attitude from less good to 100%. The result of analysis through Wilcoxon test α = 5% indicates that there is difference of knowledge and attitude (p-value = 0.0001) of society before and after follow the counselling about waste management and implementation of Tongsis Bung Bung Pah. Keywords : Garbage, cadre bung-bung pah, knowledge, attitude 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Earth Science

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6 TITLE NAME : WEATHER ELEMENTS IMPACTS ON MALARIA SURVEILLANCE IN THE COASTAL BLOCKS OF RAMANATHAPURAM DISTRICT, TAMILNADU, INDIA.
Author’s Name : Dr. K. Katturajan
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-VI / Page – 41-47 [JUNE ISSUE ]
Article Code: ES-V14-I1-C6-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : Mosquito-borne diseases particularly malaria is becoming most dreaded health problems in the Coastal Blocks of Ramanathapuram District, Tamilnadu, India. In Coastal Blocks of Ramanathapuram District, malaria is seasonal and unstable, causing frequent epidemics. For transmission of malaria parasite, climatic factors are important determinants such as rain fall, temperature relative humidity and wind that can negate climatic influences. It is aimed to find out the effect of climatic factors such as temperature, rainfall, relative humidity and wind on malaria incidence with particular emphasis to capture the essential events. Cartographic technique and simple correlation analysis were carried out by using Geographical Information System (GIS) and SPSS.  click here
 A set of transmission windows typical to India have been developed, in terms of different temperature ranges for a particular range of relative humidity, by analysing the present climate trends and corresponding malaria incidences. El Nino years were used to find out the relationship between the climatic variables and the incidence of malaria. Occurrence of El Nino may be a alarm for taking precautions. The climatic variables such as temperature, rain fall, humidity and wind speed correlate with incidence of malaria in the Coastal Blocks of Ramanathapuram District. Climatic factors such as temperature, rainfall, relative humidity and wind are playing major role on outbreak of malaria especially in the costal block of Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu. More rainfall and El Nino years are becoming a alarm for precautions practice for the administrators. So this research may help administrators to take necessary action to control the malaria incidence. Keywords: Climate determinants, Malaria incidence, Mosquito borne disease,Transmission window, Vector and El Nino.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science

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7 TITLE NAME : EFFECTIVENESS OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING IN YOUNG ATHLETES AT RISK OF LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES
Author’s Name : Mandar Malawade1, Cynthia Fernandes2Pallavi Rokde3
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-07-2017/ Chapter-VII / Page – 48-52 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: MDS-V14-I1-C7-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : Background: The participation of children and adolescents in the practice of physical activities and sports has increased in the recent decades. The practice of sports provides benefits to cardiopulmonary, musculoskeletal and endocrine systems. Sports leads to improvements in motor skills and daily habits as well as the acquisition of dexterity, exerting an influence on the social and psychological aspects of practitioners. click here
 Unfortunately, increased intensity and volume of sport practice lead to a higher rate of acute and overuse injuries. For the young athlete, the consequences of sports injuries could be numerous, ranging from re-injury to career-ending. Hence this study was carried to find out the effect of neuromuscular training program in athletes. Objective: To find effects of Neuromuscular training program on young adolescent athletes. Materials and Methods: 30 athletes were assessed with Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) and put through Neuromuscular training program for 4 weeks. Pre-post data was collected and analyzed with paired T test. The analysis suggested extremely significant effect of neuromuscular training program with p value <0.0001 in participants. Result: There was a significant difference between pre-test and post-test values of the athletes. Conclusion: The Neuromuscular Training Program is effective in improving dynamic balance in young adolescent athletes.Keywords: Neuromuscular training program, Star Excursion Balance Test.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science

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8 TITLE NAME : PATTERN OF SEMINAL FLUID ANALYSIS IN A POPULATION OF SUB FERTILE MEN – A Sri Lankan Study
Author’s Name : Anurudda Udaya Bandara Pethiyagoda1   Kalyani Pethiyagoda2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : SRI LANKA
DOP- 06-07-2017/ Chapter-VIII / Page – 53-56 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: MDS-V14-I1-C8-JUNE2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : Subfertility is a very common presentation in urological practice. A retrospective observational study was conducted by the Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka to evaluate seminal fluid analysis findings in a group of subfertile men attending to urology and andrology clinics, Teaching Hospital, Peradeniya. In all the patients socio demographic characteristics and seminal fluid analyses findings were recorded. Seminal fluid analysis findings were reviewed with attention to volume, concentration, motility and morphology Seminal fluid analysis findings were compared with WHO standard lower reference values.  click here
 According to the results the study population consisted of 113 study subjects between 24 to 48 years. Mean age was 34.51±5.28 years. Of the study population, 86.6% (n=98) had abnormal seminal fluid analysis findings and 13.3% (n=15) had normal parameters. Of the study population, 25.7% (n=29) had low volume ejaculate while 74.3% (n=84) had normal volume ejaculate. Minimum volume was 0.5ml and maximum was 5ml with a mean of 2.26±1.14ml. Mean total sperm concentration was 15.61±33.18 ×106/ml, mean progressive motility was 15.94±22.68% and mean value for normal forms was 39.65±44.52%. Abnormal sperm characteristics included single factor abnormalities 64.5% (n=73) of the single factor abnormalities commonest was azoospermia 44.2% (n=50) others included oligozoospermia 10.6% (n=12) and asthenozoospermia 9.7 %( n=11). Of the study population 19.5% (n=22) Showed combined abnormalities. Combined abnormalities included oligoasthenozoospermia 11.5 %( n=13) and oligoasthenoteratozoospermia   8 %( n=9). As a conclusion seminal fluid analysis plays an important role in assessment of male subfertility. This study shows a higher rate and variety of seminal fluid abnormalities in sub fertile patients.Index terms– Subfertility, Seminal fluid analysis, sperm concentration, single factor abnormalities

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