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Dr. Baviskar Chandrakant Ragho
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Technology has playing significant role in the life of each and every individual. Once up on a time educational institutions were safe place for the students. Now a day misuse of technology has creating unhealthy environment for better learning in the educational institutions. Such kind of unhealthy learning environment affects adversely on the achievement of boy and girl students. The most common victims of harassment through technology are the adolescent girls. Adolescent girls face harassment in a different ways. Mobile is the technology which is cheaply available in the market and plays prominent role in the harassment of adolescent girls. The survey research method was adopted for this research work. The incidental sampling method was used to select 70 adolescent girls for this study. The result of this study indicated that mobile used for the purpose of harassment of adolescent girl students which ultimately affect the mental health.
Mahadev Govind Ranade: Emancipation of women
Dr. Chandrakant. Devappa
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Mahadev Govind Ranade was a Chitpavan Brahmin like Gokhale and Tilak. He was born in Niphad (Maharastra) in 16th January 1842, and pursued a number of different fields of professions in British India. Having studied at Bombay University, where his was the first batch to graduate, he taught Economics, History and Literature. He later moved into Law, where he earned his name. Soon afterwards Ranade was appointed subordinate judge in the Pune courts. It was here that he became an activist, seeking to undo age old traditions and ideas that in his estimate had kept Indians, especially Hindus and backward classes. Unable to participate in national politics, being a judge, he chose instead to work for social reform through his high office. He became the indefatigable crusader for women's rights, and doing away with unnecessary customs that have choked progress.
Problems of Indian Democracy
Dr. Chandrakant. Devappa
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: It is a fact that the world today is not as hopeful of democracy as it was thought in previsou generations. It attitude is one of caution, if not criticism. In the words of Woodrow Wilson, the First World War was fought to make the world safe for democracy. But the problem which has confronted it since then is how to make democracy safe for the world.
Protection of Web User’s Privacy by Securing Browser from Web Privacy Attacks
Sanket Baviskar,Dr. P. Santhi Thilagam
International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: The Internet and World Wide Web being an essential part of everyone’s life, the users have become more conscious about their privacy. The user’s web privacy unfortunately, is not focused much by the current browsers. This paper focuses on the attacks which compromises user’s anonymity, grab user’s private data. It highlights the privacy attacks such as history sniffing, web beacons, browser fingerprinting. We focus on the protection of user’s information which is transferred over the network to the web server without the users consent rather than stealing attempts which fools the user and trap them to install malicious software which perform the theft, using social engineering techniques. A generic algorithm has been proposed in this paper which will stop the attacker from violating privacy. We have proposed a secure way of interaction between browser objects through browser API’S and the JavaScript. We developed an add-on which implements the proposed solution.
Calcifying Tumor of Malherbe
Dr.Bharti Padmakar Baviskar,Dr. Ravindra Karle,Dr. Shubhangi Prashant Nigwekar,DR. SOMEN MISRA
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v4i3.321
Abstract: ABSTRACT Tumours of the eyelid are not very common. Frequently we come across squamous cell carcinoma. We are reporting a rare case of calcifying epithelioma of eye. The usual presenting region is the hair bearing areas of body and upper extremity. A 15 years old male presented with swelling over upper lid. Clinically diagnosed as molluscum contagiosum. Surgical excision was carried out. Histopathology confirmed it as calcifying epithelioma of the eye. Epithelioma situated over the eyelid is very rare.
Indian environmental politics: an interview
Amita Baviskar
Transforming Cultures , 2010,
Abstract: Amita Baviskar is a key analyst of environmental politics and culture in India. Her research and publications have addressed the intense conflicts over water, caste and class arising from the Narmada River dams, and she is currently working on the politics of urban conservation and contestations over public space in Delhi in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games.
Does child gender moderate the relationship between interparental conflict and child outcomes? Findings from the Danish Longitudinal Study of Children
Siddhartha Baviskar
Norsk Epidemiologi , 2011,
Abstract: The hypothesis that child gender moderates the relationship between interparental conflict (IPC), conceptualized as a normative phenomenon, and child outcomes was evaluated using Danish mother data from the Danish Longitudinal Survey of Children (DALSC), which follows a nationally representative sample of children born in September-October 1995. IPC was assessed at age seven using a five-item scale measuring frequency of quarrels between parents on topics common to daily family life. Child outcomes were evaluated at age eleven using three indicators of internalizing (emotional problems, somatic symptoms, psychological symptoms) and two indicators of externalizing symptoms (conduct problems and hyperactivity). OLS regression analyses indicated, overall, that the longitudinal association between IPC and the chosen outcomes was weak and child gender weakly moderated the association between IPC and child outcomes. Specifically, gender differences were limited only to conduct problems after controlling for the child’s psycho-social adjustment and health characteristics, mother’s depressive symptoms and disciplinary behaviour and parents’ socio-economic status at age 7. Furthermore, contrary to expectations derived from the male vulnerability and differential reactivity models, the IPC-conduct problems association was stronger among girls than among boys. In general, IPC predicted a number of outcomes among girls but did not predict any among boys. These findings suggest that it is important in both academic and professional work to consider that the impact of IPC on boys and girls may vary depending on the nature of the conflict and the type of families affected by it. Furthermore, while IPC may not have a direct impact over time, its effects may continue to be felt through other elements of the family system, such as the parent-child relationship.
General Study of Mobile Agent Based Intrusion Detection System (IDS)  [PDF]
Chandrakant Jain, Aumreesh Kumar Saxena
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2016.44008
Abstract: The extensive access of network interaction has made present networks more responsive to earlier intrusions. In distributed network intrusions, there are many computing nodes that are assisted by intruders. The evidence of intrusions is to be associated from all the held up nodes. From the last few years, mobile agent based technique in intrusion detection system (IDS) has been widely used to detect intrusion over distributed network. This paper presented survey of several existing mobile agent based intrusion detection system and comparative analysis report between them. Furthermore we have focused on each attribute of analysis, for example technique (NIDS, HIDS or Hybrid), behavior layer, detection techniques for analysis, uses of mobile agent and technology used by existing IDS, strength and issues. Their strengths and issues are situational wherever appropriate. We have observed that some of the existing techniques are used in IDS which causes low detection rate, behavior layers like TCP connection for packet capturing which is most important activity in NIDS and response time (technology execution time) with memory consumption by mobile agent as major issues.
Global eradication of polio: the case for "finishing the job"
Bulletin of the World Health Organization , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0042-96862007000600016
Abstract: while seven years have passed since 2000, the target set for the eradication of polio, success remains elusive. in 2006, despite coordinated international efforts, there was no major breakthrough in containing the polio virus, which persists in a few pockets in the four countries in which it is endemic. the polio eradication programme faces new hurdles such as importation, re-emergence and failure of political and community mobilization. the decreasing morale of health workers and volunteers, doubts about the efficacy of oral polio vaccine and ever-increasing programme costs and funding challenges are other issues to be addressed. this paper describes the ongoing conventional strategy adopted for polio eradication, then analyses existing challenges and some possible solutions. the author suggests that major modifications and additions to the ongoing conventional strategy are required in order to create a multi-pronged, area-specific strategy that can finish the job of polio eradication. this should include an area-specific approach, community dialogue, enhanced political advocacy and compulsory vaccination, as well as the use of inactivated polio vaccine in endemic countries even before the transmission of wild polio virus has been halted. this appears to be the best way to achieve eradication at the earliest opportunity.
Mental Health Among Nomads
Chandrakant Jamadar
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Nomads mean “a member of a group of people who have no fixed home and move according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water, and grazing land” The aim of the present investigation has been to know about “mental health among Nomads. Sample: The sample comprised of total Three hundred (N=300) Nomads from different places from Mysore district, out of which Hundred from sillekyatha (n=100) Dombidas Hundred (n=100) and hundred from Korma (100) out of Three hundred male (n=150) female (150). Tool: Mental Health Inventory by Dr. Jagadish and Dr. A.K, Srivastava (1983).This mental health inventory consist of 54 items, with six dimensions. Statistical method: Statistical method has been applied but greater reliance has been placed on statistical methods. These regarded as we used the test-mean, SD, t-test, ANOVA.Result: As a result it is found that there is significant difference in their mental health
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