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Global stability of mutualistic interactions among three species system
Ashok B. Munde
Journal of Global Research in Mathematical Archives , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, a mathematical model consisting of mutualistic interactions among three species is proposed and analyzed. Local and global stabilities are discussed by using Routh-Hurwitz criteria and constructing Lyapunov function respectively. Finally, we illustrate our results by some numerical examples
Central mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the mandible
Munde Anita,Karle Ravindra,Metgud Rashmi,Rudgi B
Indian Journal of Dental Research , 2010,
Abstract: Central mucoepidermoid carcinoma are extremely rare tumors, representing about 2 to 4% of all mucoepidermoid carcinomas. They are histologically low-grade cancers, usually affecting the mandible as uni- or multilocular radiographic lesions. Effective surgical treatment involving wide local excision or en bloc resection, allows patients to have a favorable prognosis after a long-term follow up. We report a case of central mucoepidermoid carcinoma affecting the mandible and discuss its clinical, radiographic, and histological findings, with a review of the literature.
EMPOWERMENT OF THE MARGINALIZED (UNDERPRIVELISED) THROUGH ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING/LEARNING
ASHOK KUMAR .B. SURAPUR
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: It is a common knowledge that, Amartye sen the outstanding economist and noble prize winner in economics, suggested two major areas of investments-education and Health, to uplift the country from the state of poverty, ill health, illeracy and unemployment ,into a modern financial, vibrant society. Accordingly both the U.G.C and state governments are investing massive funds into the development of educational infrastructure, like universities, quality – teaching personnel, educationalist are generating new venues of employment in the country, one of the basic question is that, frequently raised, whether all this investment and benefits are going to sections of society or whether they are reaching the under privileged and ignored sections of society or they are concerneded by a few privileged and advantageous groups.
Old Disease…New Location…Surgeons Be Alerted
K. B. Ashok
International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health , 2011,
Abstract: Echinococcus granulosus causes a zoonotic infection called Cystic Echinococcosis (CE). Surgeons meet with hydatid cysts of the liver and lungs with reasonable frequency. However hydatid cyst may appear in other parts of the body too.A 30 yrs old lady presented with a smooth slow-growing subcutaneous nodule on the anteromedial side of the right thigh with no detectable primary site in the liver or lung. The case subsequently diagnosed as hydatid cyst of muscle and radical surgery was done under coverage of anihelminthic drug.The common practice in this type of case is to do FNAC taking the lesion to be a soft tissue neoplasm. The aim of this case presentation is to make aware of the fact that in a case of diffuse non-tender swelling with history of gradual increase in size hydatid cyst also has to be considered in the differential diagnosis.
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging (MRSI) Study of Breast Cancer
K. B. Ashok
International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health , 2011,
Abstract: Background: Breast cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer death worldwide and most serious form of neoplastic diseases in both developed and developing countries. Mammography and ultrasound are the most often used screening methods in breast cancer. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses the protons in water and fat to create the image of breast cancer. But recent studies says neoplastic breast lesions contains elevated choline concentration (tCho) and altered mean apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) which can be used as good biomarkers to evaluate the cancer stages even follow up the Neoadjuvent Chemotherapy (NACT).Aim & Objectives:1. To evaluate the relation of age, tCho concentration and mean ADC with breast cancer.2. To estimate the correlation between the factors.3. To calculate the main difference between breast cancer patient before and after menopause.Methods/Study Design: This was a cross sectional, observational study done on 14 randomly selected diagnosed stage I breast cancer patients newly registered in surgery department of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India during 3 months study period. Intentionally 7 of them were selected to be postmenopausal and rest 7 premenopausal. Patients with claustrophobia, serious illness, pacemaker or associated diseases were excluded. Volunteers were selected by lottery method after confirmation of absence of the exclusion criteria in them. All the breast MRS images were taken only after signing the consent form of being a volunteer for the study with breast coil. All the spectroscopic images were analyzed with computer technologies and SPPS software with the help of non-parametric statistical tests.Results/Findings: Mean age of patients were 44.85±6.97 where in premenopausal and postmenopausal women it was 40.14±4.59 and 49.57±5.26 respectively. tCho concentration was high in postmenopausal women (4.85±2.64 mmol/kg vs 3.72±1.64) where unlike to them premenopausal women showed higher mean ADC values (1.02±0.20 vs 0.91±0.09). All together weak correlation (r= 0.439) found in between the tCho and mean ADC where age and tCho were weakly correlated among the premenopausal patients (r=0.440). Among the postmenopausal women strong correlation found in between age tCho and mean ADC (r=0.620) and age and mean ADC (r=0.498).Study Limitations: It was short term study with very less population of same category of breast cancer which can be more appreciated if done in a large population cohort study design though as a pilot study the aims were satisfactorily reached.Conclusion: Postmenopaus
PLAY WAY TECHNIQUES IN THE TEACHING OF SPELLINGS
ASHOK KUMAR.B. SURAPUR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Of all the languages in the world today English deserves to be regarded as a world language. It is the world's most widely spoken language. It is the common means of communication between the peoples of different nations. One person out of every four on earth can be reached through English. But the language is not reaching all the corner of the community
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNINGA NEED TO RETHINK.
ASHOK KUMAR.B. SURAPUR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Today the major lament of most employers who hire high school or even college graduates is that these employees have major deficiencies especially in the areas of oral interaction, business writing, teamwork, thinking and problem solving skills. Many educators and business people also feel that the current business communication courses offered today also contribute to these deficiencies as there is a mismatch between the curriculum and real world needs.
ASSESSMENT OF CREATIVITY
ASHOK KUMAR.B. SURAPUR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Creativity has been studied from a variety of perspectives and is important innumerous contexts. Most of these approaches are unidisciplinary, and it is thereforedifficulty to form a coherent overall view. The following sections examine some of theareas in which creativity is seen as being important.”There is very little on the recording and assessing of creativity in the literaturealthough in the field of psychometrics, creativity tests were historically used, for examplethose developed by Torrance. Torrance described four components by which individualcreativity could be assessed.
HIGHER EDUCATION FOR ALL.
ASHOK KUMAR.B. SURAPUR
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Meritocracy of education at higher levels is more important than mere quantitative expansion. It is often said that quality of higher education in the country is deteriorating with quantitative expansion.A general lack of accountability has been often mentioned as the shortcoming of the administrative system. And it is said to be even more pronounced in the university system. However several well-known educationists have stated on more than one occasion that students do not study and teachers do not teach, of course such a general statement would be doing injustice to many diligent students and devoted teachers.Good quality higher education in indispensable for all-round development of people as well as the nation. Higher education without quality is meaning less. Teaching, learning and evaluation is major criteria which ensure quality in higher education.Quality has been a central issue for researchers in the field of education for quite some years now. The shift has been observed as from quality to quality control to quality assurance and now it is total quality management (TQM). The growth of the Total quality management phenomenon in higher education institutions (HEIs) has been radical in the last part of the 20th century. Still the application of total quality management in higher education institutions is questionable and the implementation rate is very negligible in comparison to the other sectors like, industry, service sectors etc
PLAYWAY TECHNIQUES IN THE TEACHING OF SPELLINGS
ASHOK KUMAR.B. SURAPUR
Review of Research , 2013,
Abstract: Of all the languages in the world today English deserves to be regarded as a world language. It is the world's most widely spoken language. It is the common means of communication between the peoples of different nations. One person out of every four on earth can be reached through English. But the language is not reaching all the corner of the community
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