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February,2020 Issue

1.UTOPIAN AND DYSTOPIAN CULTURE IN FUTURISTIC FICTION DESIGN

Prof. Asst. İsmail EmreKavut*, Çağlayan Karagözler

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TURKEY

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There are many works of art that can be considered as futuristic. The term in itself covers a large area of any design discipline while it also has many sub-genres(Juan and Ya-Li 2018)(Poggemeyer 2019). This research focuses on the usage of two different concepts which are utopian and dystopian cultures of selected futuristic fictional works of art. Five different works and three different samples from those five were taken for inspection resulting in a total of fifteen different images representing the example works and were analyzed by the researchers in order to gather enough information to make deductions and suggestions for any reader who aims to create a futuristic work of art with a concept of utopia or dystopia. Key differences were also noted and presented to the reader for comparison and base their future work on. In conclusion, definitive key points of both concepts were highlighted and major aspects were listed to help the reader better understand the two cultures.


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The current paper is aimed to elaborate the theoretical approach of responsibility of Islamic Financial Institutions with institutional theory in terms of a covenant, which establishes Institutional consistency towards compliance of financial tools with shariah rules. The paper identified the institutional pressures and consistency imposed on financial institutions which are under the Islamic law.


3.ON -GO EDUCATION SITE

Shubhanshu Shukla,Himanshu Gupta,Priyanshu Garg,Purtee Kohli 

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NOIDA

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This auricle contains in current scenario with nuclear families how do parents keep a watch on children, and monitors their progress, made a web site to help to keep them fully aware of each n every development in social and  academics  under name of  So- coaching.


4.EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO ASSISTED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING ADULT CPR AMONG UNDER GRADUATE STUDENTS IN SELECTED COLLEGES

Ms. Khushwinder Kaur, Dr. (Mrs.) Suman Bala Sharma, Ms. Manpreet Kaur, Ms. Manpreet Kaur, Ms. Navandeep Kaur, Ms. Navjot Kaur, Ms. Navpreet Kaur, Ms. Parampreet Kaur, Ms. Parisha Chahal,  Ms. Prabhjot Kaur

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PUNJAP

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Background: Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation is one of the most commonly performed medical interventions. Knowledge of CPR (Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation) is very necessary for performing first aid procedure. 
Objective: to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge regarding adult CPR among undergraduate students. 
Methodology: The study was conducted in the month of september2019. The pre-experimental study was conducted with the technique of convenient sampling on 100 undergraduate students.
Results: As per pretest knowledge of undergraduate students, 74% of students have average knowledge and 24% have poor knowledge and only 2% have good knowledge.  After video assisted teaching program, posttest had conducted and results revealed that majority (75%) of students has average knowledge, and 24% students have good knowledge and only 1% students have poor knowledge. Thereafter, paired t test was used to identify the pre and post knowledge scores of the undergraduate students regarding adult CPR. The finding show the significance difference, in pretest the score obtained is 44.27% and in posttest the score is 62.07%. The difference is 17.80. It shows that the video assisted program that we gave was effective. Chi-square test was used to assess the relationship of knowledge scores regarding adult CPR with the socio demographic variables such as age, gender, residence, type of family, previous knowledge regarding adult CPR, source of knowledge regarding adult CPR etc. 


5.ÖMER LÜTFİ AKAD CINEMA AND INVESTIGATION OF THE“GELİN” FILM INDOOR ITEMS

Prof. Asist.Dr.İ.Emre KAVUT, Lecturer. Emrecan AKBAS

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TURKEY

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Ömer Lütfi Akad starts his film career by shooting the last few scenes of the“ DAMGA”.
This film is Akad's first film experience. His success in filming does not goun noticed by Hürrem Erman, the owner of Erman Film, and he makes his first film with “Vurun Kahpeye” (1949), an adaptation of Halide Edip Adıvar'snovel.(Kuyucak Esen, 2010, 80). 


6.INSURANCE CLAIM FRAUD DETECTION

Purtee Kohli, Sonam, Yangchen Tshomo

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UTTAR PRADESH

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In this paper we are exploring the significance of Fraud claim Detection in insurance project itself is significance and novelty project because of the data set used for detecting fraud is very huge and imbalanced or skewed. And the different types of techniques used to balance the data set like re sampling methods for better result, finding of best algorithms to classify the dataset and detect fraud is a very challenging and the some of the issues faced using these techniques and methods. The imbalance in original data set and most of the claims being non fraud. If we use the original data set as the base for our predictive models and analysis there is a high chances of getting lots of errors and algorithms to over fit since it will assume that most the claims as non fraud. So choosing best techniques, methods and algorithms to get better result is a novelty in this project medical insurance fraud detection.


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Teachers are the sources of true knowledge and information. They provide education and shaped future of their students. And this will happen when teacher will be empowered. Empowerment is necessary for successful teacher. An empowered teacher can mould and change the mind and life of students. The present research designed to study and compares the teacher empowerment of urban private secondary school teachers. Descriptive survey method was used. Secondary schools were selected through convince sampling method and 52male teachers and 48 female teachers were selected through simple random method. Amit Kauts and Harveen Kaur’s Teacher Empowerment Scale was used to collect data. Mean, S.D. and t- test were used to draw the conclusions. Finding of the study shows that no significant difference is found between male and female teachers empowerment of urban private secondary schools.  


8.NOMOPHOBIA AMONG STUDENTS

Vibha, Surinder kaur, Achala, Amandeep kaur, Amandeep kaur, Amritpreet kaur, Harmanpreet kaur, Harmanpreet, Harneet kaur, Harpal kaur

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PUNJAP

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Introduction . - Nomophobia is defined as the fear of being out of mobile phone contact and is considered a modern age phobia. Mobile phone usage is not only habit forming, it is also addictive; “possibly the biggest non-drug addiction of the 21st century”4.
Aim of the study -The aim of the study was to assess the nomophobia among nursing students in selected Institutes.
Material and methods - A Quantitative non -experimental descriptive research design and approach was used . 200 nursing students were selected by using randomized sampling technique from selected institutes of Malwa region. 5 point rating scale was used to collect the data on nomophobia. 
Results- It revealed that out of 200 nursing students, majority 96(48%) had mild nomophobia whose mean and SD was 29.99±5.54, followed by least 12(6%) had severe nomophobia whose mean and SD was 66.33±4.29. 
Conclusion – Hence, it was concluded that the mild level of nomophobia prevails among nursing students.


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The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between housing quality and affordability and examine the possibility of reconciling these seemingly contradicting two concepts in social housing design. In this respect, The paper attempts to rethink the role of architectural design principles and housing policies in the sustainable transformation of social housing. This contribution is based on multidimensional research that combines both quality and affordability aspects to analyze the conditions for transforming social housing. The literature review indicates that in recent years the attitude toward the concept of housing affordability is changing; It is not only assessed in terms of economic viability, but it extended to border issues related to housing quality, neighborhood quality, and quality of life. While focusing on the dynamic between these two contradicting concepts, the research tries to analyze the renovation of La tour Bois-le-Prêtre in Paris as a case study. The research applies a framework on this case study to analyze aspects that enhance the design quality and their later effects on housing affordability. This framework includes accessibility, identity, diversity, adaptability, density, safety, social interactions, energy efficiency, and cost-efficiency aspects. As a result, this project illustrates the successes of social housing renovation in terms of design principles. Inthe design of successful social housing, there should always be an appropriate balance between affordability and quality, with consideration of residents’ needs. Lack of this balance will be economically and socially costly throughout the life-cycle of housing and directly impact on dwellers ‘life quality.


10.SCREENING OF ORGANIC ACID PRODUCTION POTENTIALITY OF A RICE RHIZOSPHERIC PURPLE NON SULFUR BACTERIUM RUBRIVIVAX GELATINOSUS STRAIN RASN4

Debamalya Gupta, Ranjini Chakraborty, Humayun Kabir, Susmita Halder, Sayan Choudhary,  Karabi Biswas, Jayanta Chowdhury, Astom Mondal, Snigdha Majumdar, Momezul Haque, Sushree Ghosh, Ayon Banerjee and Sankar Narayan Sinha*

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WEST BENGAL

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Organic acids are long chained organic carbon compounds with their attached functional carboxylic groups showing acidic properties, produced exogenously by a number of microorganisms including plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) showing along with their other PGPR potential traits. This characteristics can be exploited as a potentially significant quality for promoting of plant growth, development and vigor with substantial enhancement of crop productivity and yield by facilitating microbial biomineralization of various insoluble inorganic macro and micro trace metal elements that are essential for plants, by converting them into their solubilised plant available forms in order to facilitate plant growth and development. So, such potentiality of exogenous organic acid bio production could be of an another advantageous capability for PGPRs which has its additional synergistic significance along with the other common traditional PGPR traits of PGPR microorganisms in order to bioformulate a potential microbial biofertilizer for agricultural crop fields.
For this said purpose, the isolated Purple non sulfur bacterium (PNSB) Rubrivivax gelatinosus strain (RASN4) was first screened qualitatively in terms of their comparative Rf values with reference control of known specific organic acids using as control on paper chromatography followed by their determination of acid unitage (AU) values. The Rf values obtained from the bacterial culture supernatant of isolated RASN4 strain on paper chromatography were found as 0.66, 0.92, 1.03, 0.12, 0.23, and 0.34 respectively that were compared with their specific reference control of known specific organic acids, and found to be coincided with citric (0.72), fumaric (0.98), succinic (1.08), acetic (0.17), propionic (0.27) and butyric (0.37) respectively. This has become further evident from the determination of acid unitage (AU) values of the isolated strain RASN4 culture supernatant with the highest value of 3.11 (4th replicate) and lowest values of 2.88 (5th replicate) with an average (AU) value of 2.96. So after obtaining the results from the both end followed by their comparing ,it can be postulated that the rice rhizospheric PNSB bacterium Rubrivivax gelaponosus (RSN4) has the significant potentiality for showing promising performance for microbial organic acids exoproduction along with its other traditional PGPR traits.This is also the first time report of organic acid exoproduction by PNSB bacterial strain Rubrivivax gelatinosus (RSN4) as became evident through qualitative screening of the present study that can be exploided to bioformulate a potential microbial bio fertilizer for the benefit of agriculture and mankind.