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November,2016 Issue

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Economic development of any country is totally in the hands of youngsters of that country. Youngsters can change the world only when they get proper education. To make education available to every student’s irrespective of their family income levels a noble scheme called reimbursement has introduced.  Government is spending crores of rupees on this scheme every year. Though lakhs of students in Andhra Pradesh are taking benefit of this scheme very less number of students are getting employment. The present study has made an attempt to know the reasons for poor employment. The study has revealed many interesting things related to impact of reimbursement on learning attitude of a student. Also it has highlighted how some colleges are misguiding the students for getting benefit of reimbursement scheme.


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Sugar Industry is one of the major agro-based industries in India. Sugar Industry complex comprises of Sugar factory, Distillery, Liquor unit, Cogeneration and other bagasse based industries. Generally such units are located in rural area and are surrounded by agricultural fields. It is necessary to safeguard the soil and water and air quality of the region to protect agricultural productivity and health of workers and local population. The industry should take all necessary steps to prevent environmental pollution. Challenge of achieving zero pollution in Sugar Industry complex can be met if water conservation, waste minimization, recycling of wastes and by product recovery systems are planned and implemented scientifically.


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Introduction: In locally advanced breast cancers neoadjuvant chemotherapy is used to downstage the tumor before surgery. Ability to predict those who would respond to neo-adjuvant chemotherapy would be of great clinical use to maximize the treatment and minimize unnecessary toxicity and cost. The objective of this study is to find out the relationship between the immunohistochemical markers (ER, PR and Her2) in pretreatment trucut biopsy of breast cancer and the response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy.
Methods: Expression of ER, PR and Her2 were studied in the pretreatment trucut biopsies of 47 cases. Trucut biopsies were graded according to Bloom Richardson grading and degree of fibrosis and necrosis also assessed. These were correlated with the pathological response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in subsequent mastectomy specimens.
Results: 22 out of 47 cases demonstrated pathological complete response. The highest rate of pathological response was found in grade 3 tumors (81.8% with a significant p value of 0.0127) and triple negative tumors (65% with a significant p value of 0.0314). No statistically significant correlation was found between presence of fibrosis and necrosis in the original tumor and pathological response.
Conclusion: Tumor grade and triple negativity in the trucut biopsies of breast cancer can predict the response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in breast cancer. Tumor grading and immunohistochemistry status should be assessed in pretreatment trucut biopsy before selecting patients for neoadjuvant chemotherapy.


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An experiment was carried out to study the effect of coconut water on cutting establishment of Ixora (Ixora coccinea) at the shade house of Crop Farm, Eastern University, Sri Lanka during the period February 2016 to May 2016. The experimental was laid out in Complete Randomized Design (CRD) replicated thirty times. The treatments were: coconut water treatment (T1) and without coconut water treatment (control T0). 
The poly bags were filled with top soil: red soil: cow dung at the ratio of 1:1:1 and leaving 1 inch at the top for watering. The uniform cuttings were selected. The cuttings were taken in the early morning and the cutting ends were kept in water prior to planting to keep the cuttings turgid. Then the cuttings were planted into the prepared poly bags and labeled. Coconut water was collected in a clean bucket in the early morning. Once in five days, 100 ml coconut water was poured into the bags (T1).
The results suggest that, length of roots (52 %), the number of roots (63 %) and root initials (70 %) plant height (28 %), number of branches (44 %) and number of leaves (70 %) increased with the application of coconut water to the cuttings. Therefore, under the conditions of this experiment, establishment ability is high when the cutting treated with coconut water. This is one of the cheapest ways to induce number of roots and shoots in Ixora.


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In this research article teacher conceptions and beliefs about teaching and learning in chemistry at the undergraduate level are explored. It further examines their relationship with the teaching practice. Using a case study design, the research paper presents a case report of a tertiary chemistry teacher. The data was collected using semi-structured interviews with open-ended questions. Using the constant comparative method of data analysis the interview data was analysed to investigate teacher beliefs and practices around the following themes: objectives of learning chemistry, engagement with chemistry curriculum, role of teachers, lesson plan and role of students. The study found that teacher beliefs guide and influence classroom practice.


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In the study, based on the liquidation of slum housing production, the production of social housing in other words, intended to put forward their impact on quality of life of slum owners. In the study, the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality's sitting in the manufactured housing households is examined how it affected the quality of life of their people. The scope of the study, produced by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Directorate of residential applications are social housing. The study of literature and display systems will be essential to the operation indicator system was developed. Accordingly, demographic (family life), living situation (individual well-being, quality of life), physical (housing, shelter), environment (habitat, urban infrastructure), social (neighborhood relations, family relations), economic (business, employment income, indebtedness), access to services (transportation, municipal services) and 8 indicators, including general factors identified and questionnaires were created according to these indicators. In addition, information was obtained about the process (the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Directorate of Housing’s process of social housing production) until the allocation to households to begin the liquidation work. In this study, considering further steps to be taken to ensure the disposal and indicate the need for an approach to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of social housing production is important.