THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: SOME ALTERNATIVE AND HOLISTIC ANTIVIRAL GIFTS OF NATURE

Abstract: This article unveils some of the nature’s kindest gifts possessing properties in dealing with several viral infections. These are the substances obtained from living components of plants such as essential oils, gums, resins and other vegetative products. Such natural substances present in the plant bodies protect them against infections, heals physical injuries, provide resistance …

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GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION OR SOCIAL INNOVATION: UNDERSTANDING HOW TAIWAN IS COPING WITH COVID-19 AND DEVELOPING RESILIENCE THROUGH ITS SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES

Abstract: While the spread of Covid-19 seems to slow down after months of global turmoil, numerous experts suspect the battle of Covid-19 has not settled yet as confirmed asymptomatic cases increasing and the pending pressure of resuming economic activities, which may expose fragile communities to the second wave of outbreak. Expecting lengthy combat to this …

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DURING PANDEMIC LOCKDOWN

Abstract: The present study was conducted through Google forms and a sample of 500 university students (250 males; 250 females) in the age range of 18-24 years participated by filling up Sociodemographic measure, the International Personality Item Pool- Big Five Scale and the Ryff’s Psychological Well-being scale. Pearson’s product correlations and t-test were performed to …

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EFFECT OF CHANGING VEGETATION COVERAGE AND TEMPERATURE ON THE MONSOON PATTERN OF INDIAN SUNDARBAN REGION

Abstract: Sundarban, the grand symphony of nature at the confluence of Bay of Bengal covers an area of about 25,500 sq. km. The Present study is over Indian Sundarban Delta (ISD) covering an area of about 9,630 sq. km. ISD is known for its immense biological diversity and its importance for protecting West Bengal from …

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WATER RESOURCE SCARCITY AND ITS IMPACT ON MASSES IN BUNDELKHAND REGION: A CASE STUDY OF MAHOBA DISTRICT (U.P.) INDIA

Abstract: Water deficient areas, especially where geographically lesser availability of water resources in the form of Ground Water and Surface Water, constitutes a major part in the fulfillment of water needs of the people’s daily life. Acute scarcity of water resource in the past few years due to both natural and manmade factors in the …

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CHARACTERIZATION OF EFFLUENT FROM TANNERY INDUSTRY IN WARANGAL

Abstract: Physicochemical parameters of ground water (inside the industrial premises) and untreated effluent, such as PH , Turbidity, Total Solids, Total Suspended Solids, Total Dissolved Solids, BOD, COD, Chromium (VI) were analysed by following ISO pocedures and expressed in mg/L except PH . This was repeated for every alternate month for 1 year. TDS (192.6 …

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ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF LITERACY IN RAJASTHAN: AN APPLICATION IN SOCIAL GIS

Abstract: Literacy, the ability to ‘read’ and ‘write’ in any language, provides the basal stratum for the multi-level educational pyramid, a major component of the Human Development Index. The overall literacy rate of Rajasthan is 66.11 percent as per Census 2011 which has increased by 5.70 percent over 2001. The dismal status of literacy in …

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INCORPORATING SPECTRAL INDICES AND TEXTURAL FEATURES FOR IMPROVED CLASSIFICATION ACCURACY TOWARDS SEMI-AUTOMATED RIVER SAND MAPPING USING HIGH-RESOLUTION MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGERY

Abstract: For the ephemeral river channels in semi-arid regions of India, after every Monsoon season, prompt preparation of river sand distribution maps is often necessary for river sand auditing before resuming the sand mining operations. The process can be readily assisted by classifying the satellite-based remotely sensed imagery, although often confronted by limited accuracy levels …

INCORPORATING SPECTRAL INDICES AND TEXTURAL FEATURES FOR IMPROVED CLASSIFICATION ACCURACY TOWARDS SEMI-AUTOMATED RIVER SAND MAPPING USING HIGH-RESOLUTION MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGERY Read More »