FOOD GRAIN SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES ON FOOD SECURITY TO THE RURAL POOR OF KERALA ECONOMY: DURING THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD OF PANDEMIC COVID 19 By Soumya V.S.

Abstract This article aims to study the role of food subsidies on the beneficiary population of the state during the lockdown period. Government as a Protector of the weak or poorest of the poor have the responsibility to ensure equity in the distribution of food. Of course, it is the welfare function of the state. Rapid implementation agility and successful use of food grains subsidy programs complimented the proactive governance model positively impacting the lives of millions. The food security of most vulnerable population is likely to deteriorate further due…

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STUDIES ON MIXED LIGAND COMPLEXES OF ZINC (II) WITH PARACETAMOL AND AMINO ACIDS By Dinesh V. Bhagat 

Abstract The Study was aimed at investigating the suitability of Paracetamol-amino acid novel metal (II) complexes. Synthesis of mixed ligand zinc (II) complexes of type [M(par)(L)].2H2O have been carried out by using Analgesic drugs Paracetamol (par) as a primary ligand and Amino acid (HL) such as L-Valine, L-Threonine and L-Serine as a secondary ligand. Synthesized metal (II) complexes have been characterized on the basis of elemental analysis, electrical conductance, room temperature magnetic susceptibility measurement and spectral analysis which include UV, IR and XRD techniques. An electrical conductance studies indicates non-electrolyte…

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CLOUD COMPUTING TRANSFORMING THE DYNAMICS OF TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF INDIA By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan

Abstract Cloud computing is the next stage in the Internet’s evolution, providing the means through which everything—–from computing power to computing infrastructure, applications, business processes to personal collaboration —-can be delivered. Cloud computing refers to manipulating, configuring, and accessing the applications online. It offers online data storage, infrastructure and application. The term “cloud computing” originated from the cloud metaphor and graphic that often represents the Internet on network diagrams, because cloud computing relies on applications and file storage that reside on a network: a local-are network, a district intranet, or…

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CRISES OF ‘CROSSING THE BOUNDARIES’ AND ‘DISTORTED IDENTITIES’ IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF S MALL THINGS By Christuraj. A

Even a bird’s eye view of “The God of Small Things” would give an impression to any ordinary normal reader that the novel is filled with crises of Personal, Psychological, Moral, Social, Cultural, Political and Economic nature. Indeed, these cannot be compartmentalized as all these are intertwined and intermingled. If one critically analyzes th e whole work line by line and word by word one could come to the understanding that the crisis is of two categories i.e. ‘Small Category’ and ‘Big Category’. Ammu, the divorced mother of Rahel and…

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RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES OF SCHEDULED TRIBE LEARNERS OF KERALA – AN ANALYSIS By Vinod  Kumar K. and Prof. (Dr.) C. Naseema

Abstract School dropout is the major problem of India. Scheduled tribe learners dropout rate is unpredictable in the last decades. Now the residential schools fulfill the needs of the students. There are thirty five tribal communities in Kerala. Government implemented lots of programmes for the upliftment of their educational development. The researcher detailed a retrospective facilities and educational outcomes of students. The Present study reveals the frame work of the Model residential schools in the current educational scenario. The main objective of the study is to find out the residential…

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EDUCATIONAL EMPOWERMENT OF MUSLIM WOMEN IN INDIA : PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan

Abstract India is a multiethnic, multicultural and multi-linguistic country. The total population of India is 1029 millions, of which 138 millions (14%) are Muslims (Census, 2001). India had a female population of 496 millions, which accounts to be 15% of the world’s women. The process of empowerment of Muslim women is a multidimensional. Its various dimensions i.e; educational, political, social, economic, psychological, legal, constitutional are all interrelated. Census 2011 report says that, except, the Muslims all other religious groups have higher literacy rates. Muslims have only 59.1% literacy rates, out…

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MEDICO-BOTANY OF PLANTS USED IN RITUALS IN COASTAL DISTRICTS OF ODISHA By Sarat Kumar Sahu, Tarini Sen Panda, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Chand, and Dr.Kunja Bihari Satpathy

  Abstract A survey was conducted on coastal district of Odisha to explore the plants used in family rituals. Data was obtained by following standard and established procedures. Total of -98 plant species belonging to 48 families are collected and documented during the study period for various types of rituals. The most widely cited plant species for the rituals are Mangifera indica, Oryza sativa, Cocos nucifera, Zyzyphus mouritiana, cynodon dactylon, Musa paradisiacal, Areca catechu. The present study may serve to protect the biodiversity of local flora for the benefit of…

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IMPACT OF COMPUTER-AIDED LEARNING PROGRAMME (CALP) ON MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF 8TH CLASS STUDENTS By Suman Kumari and Dr. Vishal Sood

  Abstract The main aim of the present investigation was to study the impact of computer-aided learning programme (CALP) on Mathematics achievement of 8th class students. For conducting this study, a sample of 490 upper primary (8th class) school students was selected by adopting incidental sampling technique. Data were collected from 8th class students with the help of self-developed Mathematics Achievement Test by the researchers.  Means, S.D. and t-test were used for analysis of data. The findings of the study revealed that the students of non-CAL schools scored significantly higher…

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MOBILE BANKING; OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES By Nousheerali N.

Abstract           Banking is one of the biggest monetary establishments always investigates the chance of innovation empowered administrations to give better client experience and comfort. Mobile Phone is a typical Technology gadget that turned out to be a piece of each person in the data period. Mobile banking is a rising Alternate channel for giving banking services. India is the second biggest telecom market on the planet which is having high potential for growing banking services utilizing mobile phone technology. The study identified opportunities pertaining Mobile Banking viz., Money transfer,…

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ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY, PHYTOCHEMICAL AND CHROMATOGRAPIC ANALYSIS OF ANDROGRAPHIS SERPYLLIFOLIA By Asha A. K. and Raghavendra M. P.

Abstract Hexane, chloroform and methanol extracts of ethnomedicinal plant Andrographis serpyllifolia Rottler ex Vahl collected from Western Ghats, Karnataka was evaluated for antibacterial activity against human pathogenic bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella typhi, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli. Methanol extract revealed highly significant antibacterial activity against test pathogenic bacteria compared to other extracts. All the extracts were subjected to phytochemical analysis, whereas methanolic extracts was analyzed by TLC analysis. The results revealed the presence of a flavonoid and four terpenoids.  In addition, the MIC of the extracts was also determined. Keywords: Antibacterial activity, Andrographis…

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