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  1. Educational Entrepreneurship – An idea, a review.Download Article

    Bhavya Mahendra, Nitya Waghray

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    The process of facilitating learning or acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits is known as education. Educational entrepreneurship stands on the basis that entrepreneurship is a powerful tool which can impact the education outcomes positively. Education entrepreneurs are a rare breed of innovators who aim at not only the improvement in the public education system but also at the transformation of this system to bring about betterment in the society. This paper aims at focusing on the importance of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship, role of social entrepreneurs in general and the huge impact that these entrepreneurs have on the public education system.

  2. Key points on Entrepreneurial Skills for Growth Oriented BusinessesDownload Article

    Bhavya Mahendra

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    Entrepreneurs are visionaries who believe in doing things in a better way. They have the capability to think beyond the constraints of current rules and resources. They are passionate and understand the necessity and the urgency of the situation and hence they take the required steps to create new organizations, new opportunities for people to work and hence they bring the change they wish to see in this world. The above mentioned traits are essential for a successful entrepreneurship. In the present economic scenario, in most of the countries across the world the entrepreneurship has become a necessity and promoting the entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurship has become an essential goal for all the national governments. This is required to develop the economic status of the respective country as well as to bring the financial stability in the country. This paper aims at highlighting some of the key points which are the essential traits required by an entrepreneur to start up a venture and lead it effectively towards its success.

  3. LACTO-Q softgels: PREVENTS CARDIOTOXICITY IN CANCER.Download Article

    Govind Shukla, Nagalakshmi Yaparthy, D.Sruthi Rao, C.J. Sampath Kumar

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    Coenzyme Q10 acts as a powerful endogenous antioxidant, quenching deadly free -radical molecule before they exert harmful effects. Studies have shown that (CoQ 10) have blocked free radicals and inflammatory cytokines, while simultaneously promoting immune function and energy levels, CoQ10 may block the growth of tumors, protect membrane stabilization and healthy tissues from the ravages of chemotherapy and may alleviate chronic fatigue. CoQ10 enhances immune system by increasing phagocytic activity of macrophages and increases granulocyte proliferation. This article reviews the current available scientific literature regarding the effect of COQ10 softgels in promoting immune function & prevents Cardiotoxicity in cancer.

  4. Critical Study of Impact of Lubricants in Cold Rolling: A ReviewDownload Article

    Devesh Shrivastava, S.K.Ganguly, R.Banchhor

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    Rolling may be defined as the reduction of cross – sectional area of the metal stock or general shaping of the metal product through the use of rotating rolls. It generates large surface area and therefore is useful for mass production of flat as well as shaped rolled products. Roll bite of the mill is lubricated using lubricants to control friction and wear and thereby to decrease roll force, power and consumption of rolls. The aim of present paper is studying the different issues related to lubricants in cold rolling viz. requirements of rolling lubricants, assessment of performance of lubricants in cold rolling, lubricants measures for improvement in rolled product quality and enhancing mill productivity, environmental issues etc. A detailed literature review is done so that the other researcher becomes aware of the advancements in this area.

  5. TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF HIMALAYAN GLACIERS BY USING MULTI TEMPORAL DEM’SDownload Article

    S.Veeramani, Mr.Vijaykumar

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    Glaciers are sensitive climate indicators to monitoring of Environmental and climate changes. Remote sensing techniques are often the only way to analyze glaciers in remote mountains and to monitor a large number of glaciers at the same time. Difficult access and unpredictable atmospheric condition that characterize the glacier areas have created remote sensing the foremost valuable tool for comprehensive and multi temporal study of those areas during a cost effective manner. Digital elevation models (DEMs) derived from satellite data are increasingly used for geomorphologic and glacial analysis. Current investigation derived the time series height variation of Himalayan glaciers and find the volume change using multi temporal digital elevation models (DEM’s) extracted from SRTM DEM, ASTER GDEM, AND CARTOSAT DEM. Keywords:DEM, Remote sensing, Himalayan glacier

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