TREATMENT OF TANNERY EFFLUENT USING PHYSICAL (COIR PITH) AND BIOLOGICAL CONSORTIUM (NAVA RASA KARAISAL) METHODS TO CHARACTERIZE AS BASAL FERTILIZER

Abstract: Tannery industry processes are among the most environmentally polluting industrial processes because they produce different colored wastewater that heavily damages the environment and surrounding places. The experiment was conducted with different treatments of tannery effluent (TN) with coir pith (CP) and Nava rasa karaisal (NRK) and analyzed the physical and chemical parameters. There are …

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TRADITIONAL MITIGATION MEASURES AND PRACTICES TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN ROMBO DISTRICT, TANZANIA

Abstract: Mitigation to climate change has been treated as an issue in developed countries whereas adaptation is seen as a priority for the developing countries. The study assessed the effectiveness of traditional mitigation measures and practices to climate change in Rombo District, Tanzania. Data were collected by questionnaire, interview, and focus group discussion. Results indicate …

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THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF LAND USE AND LAND COVER CHANGES AROUND A MINED AREA AT MADAYIPARA IN KANNUR DISTRICT, KERALA STATE, INDIA

Abstract: The land use and land cover (LULC) pattern of an area are determined by natural process and human utilization over time and space. Human interventions of mining activities and its surrounding area cause changes in land cover and land use patterns. The land use and land cover changes in the Madayipara area of Kannur …

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CHANGING HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES IN PURVIEW OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWN ON THE TEACHING AND NON-TEACHING STAFF ACROSS COLLEGES IN MUMBAI

Abstract: With more than 28 lakh people infected worldwide and 1.97 lakh dead, the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of abating. Educators and students around the world are feeling the extraordinary ripple effect of the novel Coronavirus as schools and colleges shut down amid the public health emergency. While temporary school closures as a result …

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF COVID19 PANDEMIC WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA

Abstract: Corona Virus Disease (COVID19) shattered and disturbed the horizontal and vertical layers of Indian society. India, a developing nation, prioritized the life of citizens and successfully managed to minimize the losses of lives at the cost of huge socio-economic losses. The collective decision of ‘complete lockdown’ by the government (both Central and the State …

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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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