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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Language  [ In French Language ]

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 1 TITLE NAME: La littérature émergente Burkinabé à travers le roman La Princesse de Konkoliba de Go Issou
Author’s Name : Dr. Umar Muhammad Dogondaji
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
DOP:  05-12-2017/ Chapter-I/Page – 01-06 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : LNG-V19-I1-C1-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract De même que l’homme est l’artisan de son propre destin, la littérature est avant tout l’œuvre de ses créateurs, des écrivains. L’histoire de L’Afrique place l’écrivain dans des conditions sociopolitiques et culturelles qui lui interdissent de les ignorer s’il veut représenter sa société par l’écriture. La création littéraire telle que La Princesses de Konkoliba  répond à un besoin social et elle fait partie d’intégrante des activités humaines. click here
 . Au Burkina Faso, La littérature écrite est récente ; bien qu’elle soit jeune, elle ne connait pas un véritable essor que dans les années 80. Depuis ces années, La littérature burkinabè semble avoir pris son envoi par la parution régulière d’ouvrages dans tous les genres : roman, poésie, nouvelle, théâtre et conte. Go Issou, chercheur universitaire, vient d’enrichir le volume de la littérature de son pays par la publication des quatre romans dont La Princesse de Konkoliba. Cette Communication nous laisse donc à réfléchir sur la perspective de la littérature Burkinabè en général et la lecture du dit roman en particulier. Ainsi, elle s’article donc en trois axes : présentation de l’auteur et son œuvre, la signification du roman ainsi que et la vision du monde de l’auteur.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Language  [ In French Language ]

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 2 TITLE NAME : ROLE ET PLACE DE LA TRADUCTION DANS LE PROCESSUS DE LA MONDIALISATION.
Author’s Name : Dr. Umar Muhammad Dogondaji
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
DOP:  05-12-2017/ Chapter-II/Page – 07-10 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : LNG-V19-I1-C2-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article (pdf)

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Abstract : Translation is a tool a vade-mecum, at the service of globalization without translation, globalization would remain elusive. Some of the translator’s tasks include cultural promotion, vulgarization of knowledge, and promotion of peace. click here
It is in fact an agent of development. And the fact that translation and globalization aim to achieve the same goals cannot be overemphasized. Keywords: Translation, Globalization, Process, Development, Importance and Medium.
RESUME : Dans cette réflexion, nous allons montrer comment la traduction contribue à l’acceptation d’abord du processus. Il ne suffit pas de vulgariser les connaissances, mas il faut aussi persuader tout le monde de la nécessité de ce processus de mondialisation. A cet effet, certaines stratégies doivent être mises en place, telles que l’éradication du racisme, des conflits socioéconomiques entre les nations, des différences culturelles etc… et la garantie de la sécurité sociale a tout le monde, la prévention de tous genres de crimes et vices sociaux, l’émancipation de la démocratie de la femme, et les résolutions des problèmes que créent l’urbanisation et l’industrialisation. Mots Clés : Traduction, Mondialisation, Processus, Développement, Importance et Instrument.

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Cosmology  & Oriental Philosophy

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 3 TITLE NAME : Parallel Worlds – Parallels between  modern Cosmology and Oriental Philosophy
Author’s Name : Mr. Rattan Mann
Article Type : 
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from :
NORWAY
DOP: 
05-11-2017/ Chapter-III/Page – 11-12 [ OCTOBER ISSUE ]
Article Code :
PHIL-V19-I1-C3-OCT2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status:
Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)

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Abstract : Similarities between the modern concept of a Multiverse and ancient Eastern philosophies is explored. It is about forty years since Gary Zukav in The Dancing Wu Li Masters, and especially Fritjof Capra in The Tao of Physics showed the similarities between modern physics and ancient Eastern philosophies, especially Buddhism. click here
Since then great strides have been made in particle physics and cosmology. But these very strides, especially in cosmology, have brought back the old conflict between science and Western religion. The new concepts that are foreign to the Western religion are the concepts of Multiverse, aka Multiple Universes or Parallel Worlds, and the birth of the Universe from Nothing (Vacuum) by quantum fluctuations (randomness, by chance). These two concepts go against the basic tenants of Western religion favouring a unique Universe. In this article we show that there is no such conflict between these concepts of modern cosmology and ancient eastern philosophies and religion.

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Literature

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4 TITLE NAME : HUGH   HOOD’S  NEAR  WATER : JOURNEY  TO  THE ‘ NEXT  WORLD ’
Author’s Name : Dr. A.R. Uma Ramamoorthy
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP: 05-12-2017/ Chapter-IV/Page – 13-24 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : LIT-V19-I1-C4-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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John Blagdon Hugh Hood was born of mixed ethnic ancestry in Toronto on 30 April 1928. He has strong historical connections to Quebec, eastern Ontario, Nova Scotia, and more remotely to Britain. His mother’s grandmother, a Quebecker named Aubeline Lemieux married a sea Captain named Blagdon from Levis. Hood’s maternal grandfather, Alfred Esdras Blagdon, married Eugenie Sauriol from eastern Ontario and settled in Toronto. Hood’s paternal grandfather, John, was born in Shelburne, Nova Scotia, and was a descendant of Admiral Samuel Hood, member of a famous naval family from Birdport, England. He married Katherine MacDonald from Antigonish and lived in Nova Scotia. It is therefore, not surprising to find in Hood a sense of a single, yet bilingual Canada. He even remembers hearing French spoken around his home from earliest childhood. click here
 Hugh Hood received all his formal education in English, attending Catholic parish and in his high schools at where he received his grounding in Catholic doctrine and liturgy and in Scripture. His doctoral thesis on “Theories of Imagination in English Thinkers 1650-1790”got him Ph. D. degree from the University of Toronto in 1955. After teaching in Hartford, Connecticut, for six years, in 1961, he settled in Montreal and taught English literature ever since in the French milieu of the university of Montreal. He is fluently bilingual, and several of his books create a bicultural ambiance that bears witness to his perception of Canada as a dual nation in which minority French culture still possesses a strong sense of itself…..To read full article click the download link.

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Agricultural Science

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5 TITLE NAME : Response of  rice genotypes to zinc biofortification thorough agronomic approach
Author’s Name : Syed Talib Hussain   &   Showket Ahmed  Dar
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP: 05-12-2017/ Chapter-V/Page – 25-28 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : AGS-V19-I1-C5-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : A pot experiment was conducted in the experimental farm of Mountain Research Centre for Field Crops (MRCFC), Khudwani of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of Kashmir. The experimental soil was slity clay loam, low in available N, medium in P and K and deficient in Zn with neutral pH, and was laid out in completely randomised design (CRD) with three replications to study the response of varying Zn concentrations (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 mg Zn kg-1 soil) in four rice genotypes (Jhelum, SR1, China 1007 and China1039). Genotypes differed significantly in grain yield . click here
Among the genotypes SR1 gave significantly higher grain yield over Jhelum and both out yielded the rest two genotypes. Increase in Zn concentration due to the progressive increase in Zn levels to 5, 10, 15 and 20 mg Zn kg-1 was 43.5, 71.5. 79.5 And 80.4% over control during the year 2011, respectively. The corresponding figures during the year 2012 were 47.8, 68.8, 74.8, 78.9%, respectively. Overall Zn concentration in brown rice, hull, straw and roots was of the order of China 1039>Jhelum>China 1007>SR1. Among the genotypes China 1039 and Jhelum gave better response to higher levels of Zn with regard to Zn content in brown rice.
 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Agricultural Science

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6 TITLE NAME : Studies on the macro-nutrient concentration and up-take of rice as effected by different levels and sources of zinc under temperate conditions
Author’s Name : Syed Talib Hussain   &   Showket Ahmed  Dar
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP: 05-12-2017/ Chapter-VI/Page – 29-31 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : AGS-V19-I1-C6-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)

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IntroductionRice (Oryza sativa L.) is the premier food crop of India and therefore, national food security system largely depends on the productivity of rice ecosystems. Among the rice growing countries India ranks first in area (43.8 M ha) and second in production (105.0 MT), next only to China However, the average productivity of rice in India is only 3.2 t ha-1 against the global average of 4.0 t ha-1 (FAO, 2010). Increasing productivity and production are essential to meet the food requirement of the burgeoning population.click here
In Jammu and Kashmir State the rice crop is cultivated over an area of 274.0 thousand hectares with a production of around 904.4 thousand tonnes. However, in Kashmir valley the area under rice is 158.0 thousand hectares with a production of 576 thousand tones and productivity of 3.64 t ha-1 (DES, 2013-14). The Kashmir valley with temperate climate has a unique set of varieties suited to its agro-climatic situation. The abundant sunshine with nearly pest free environment makes this region suitable for good rice yields. In spite  of  this  fact the average yields (3.24 t ha-1) are far below the potential yields (7 t ha-1) owing to the several constraints, the main among them being poor soil fertility status, weed infestation and poor adoption of recommended package of practices etc. The use of only major nutrients has resulted in mining of secondary and micronutrients. Zinc deficiency is prevalent worldwide both in temperate and tropical climate (Marschner, 1995; Fageria et al., 2003). It is especially widespread in high pH calcareous soils (Liu et al., 1983). Zinc deficiency is a well documented problem in food crops, causing decreased crop yields and nutritional quality. Increasing incidences of Zn deficiency over the past several years have been due to various reasons. These include increased crop demand on soils ability to supply Zn fast enough as a result of improved cultivars and management, use of urea in place of acid fertilizer ammonium sulphate, increased use of phosphate fertilizers and the resulting P induced Zn deficiency; and the use of alkaline irrigation water without proper drainage. It is anticipated that further increase in incidences with the advent of rice with Zn dense grains for human nutrition which will have greater Zn requirement (Welch and Graham, 1999). An analysis of 2, 33,003 soil samples taken from different states showed that 47 per cent of Indian soils are deficient in Zn (Takkar, 1996). Analysis of 25,000 plant samples collected from different states in India showed that 44% of the plant samples contained inadequate Zn (Singh, 2007). These values indicate that Zn deficiency in soils represents a particular constraint to crop yield and a major reason for the low dietary intake of Zn. …. To know more details click the download link.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Home Science

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7 TITLE NAME : ASSESSMENT OF  WATER CARRYING BAG FOR  DRUDGERY  REDUCTION
.Author’s Name : Dr. SUDHA JUKARIA Dr. SUCHETA SINGH 2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP: 07-12-2017/ Chapter-VII/Page – 32-36 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : HMS-V19-I1-C7-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : The farm women of hills spend most of their time in various house hold activities. Water carrying from distant places is a tedious job in northern hills of India. This may expose women to risk factors such as force, awkward postures, and repetitive motions that can lead to injuries, and wasted energy and time.   click here
To bring in better work effectiveness and reduced drudgery, an attempt was made to disseminate ergonomically designed water carrying bag in hill areas of  Uttarakhand in India. Carrying water on waist was found beneficial as the mean score of drudgery experience matrix was found to be 11.52 compare to traditional method of water carrying i.e. 25.80.Keywords : Ergonomics, water carrying bag, drudgery experience matrix

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Education

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8 TITLE NAME : SPATIO -TEMPORAL  DYNAMICS OF  POPULATION  IN EAST CHAMPARAN DISTRICT OF  BIHAR (INDIA)
Author’s Name : Mrs. Sarita 
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP: 07-12-2017/ Chapter-VIII/Page – 37-39 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : EDU-V19-I1-C8-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract: In this paper Population Geography is an important branch of Geography which presents an accurate orderly and rational description and interpretation of population as well as its various attributes. Population geography is the simple description of location of population number and other attributes of population the explanation of the spatial configuration of the number and other attributes and phenomena i.e. the inter-relation among area differences in population with those in all or other elements within geographic study of an area. click here
It is a recently developed branch of science of geography that studies about the growth, distribution, density and other spatial variation of population on the surface of the earth. It also studies the demographic features. The central theme of population study is the areal differentiation and understanding the process of spatial organization, while the population constitutes the most dynamic and pivotal elements in such process of population provides the focal point in geography. The proposed paper will apply different types of methodologies.  Facts procured from the data will be described and analyzed with full concentration of study area. Even data will be represented by different cartographic method. Besides adopting the analytical methodology in presenting facts, quantitative techniques like correlation, deviation, regression etc, will also be applied for their clarification. Various types of models may be developed or already existing models may be context the facts of West Champaran district.
KEYWORDS : Geography, Population, Spatio-Temporal, Demographic, Density,literacy.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Language

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9 TITLE NAME : Ilokano Songs as supplementary materials in Teaching Descriptive Paragraph
Author’s Name : Kevin R. Cabasal1 &  Rommel V. Tabula2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : THAILAND
DOP: 15-12-2017/ Chapter-IX/Page – 40-45 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : LNG-V19-I1-C9-NOV2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: Best Paper Award Certificate, E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract: Previous studies found that songs provide students with authentic language as they are exposed to the real language produced for native speakers. This study aimed to assess the writing performance of the students in an ESL context using Ilokano songs as supplementary materials in teaching descriptive paragraph. click here
The quasi-experimental method, specifically, the pretest-posttest research design, was utilized. It involved two intact classes of first year BS Pharmacy students enrolled in English 2. Twenty students with similar academic-related attributes comprised each groups – the control and experimental. Fowler & Coe’s (1976) Language Proficiency Test, TOEFL (2003) Test of Writing; and a researcher-made Composition Writing Rubrics were used to obtain the data.  Three independent raters scored the students’ written outputs, which were analyzed and interpreted statistically using frequency and percentages, mean, and ANOVA. Results disclosed that the pretests of the control group (ẍ=2.53) and the experimental group (ẍ=2.54) are numerically almost similar. However, the experimental group (ẍ=3.57) outperformed the control group (ẍ=3.15) in their posttests. Significant difference between the writing performance level of the two groups was found as shown by its overall mean difference of 1.033 and t-value of 7.974 at 0.01 probability level. In conclusion, Ilokano songs are generally commendable as instructional materials in teaching descriptive paragraph.Keywords : Descriptive paragraph, ESL context, Ilokano songs, supplementary materials, writing performance.

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