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Validating Global Competency Scale for Indian Business and Management Education
Juthika KONWAR,Arup BARMAN
Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala , 2013,
Abstract: When the organizations started to expand their business across the globe, with the opening up of markets, the issues of international management strategies and competencies of international mangers got more and more attention. Researchers along with the business houses started their quest for identifying, defining and framing a set of competencies necessary for a successful international manager. In this process throughout the years a number of models and construct have been developed to address the issue of competencies required for globalized management era. In the context of management educations the issues global competency development is yet in the stage of infancy, developing very sluggishly, un-professionally and irrelevantly. Considering the state of pseudo showcasing the global competency development practices in the Bschools in India, the authors attempted to develop a scale for facilitating assessment among the students of b-schools for Indian educational set-up. The present attempt has identified the variables from various models and constructs and checked the validity and reliability of the scale proposed.
ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE VS. ORGANIZATIONAL ROLE STRESS
JUTHIKA SARKAR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Any organization operates in a society and fulfills many societal needs. The products and services of an organization are utilized by the people of the society. The climate prevailing in an organization is a major determinant of the quality of work life which in turn influences the quality of life. Climate, not conducive to effective working, tends to generate stress within the employees. Stress, as person's response to his environment, influences the normal style of working. Stress retards employee productivity and organizational productivity. Both work stress and role stress simultaneously smooth flow of work. A study of the climate and role stress was undertaken. This paper is based on a study of the organizational climate and role stress. The methodology encompasses statement of the problem, structuring the research questions, finalizing the site and sample, formulation of hypotheses, selection of statistical tests, applying statistical tools, interpretation the statistical results followed by recommendations.
Semiopen and semiclosed sets in fuzzy soft topological spaces
Juthika Mahanta
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper, we introduce semiopen and semiclosed fuzzy soft sets in fuzzy soft topological spaces. Various properties of these sets are studied alongwith some characterizations. Further, we generalize the structures like interior and closure via semiopen and semiclosed fuzzy soft sets and study their various properties.
A Possible Realization of Chlorophyll Lase  [PDF]
Mitali Konwar, G. D. Baruah
Optics and Photonics Journal (OPJ) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/opj.2013.38060
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The present work is concerned with a description of strong fluorescence from a sample of Alocasia culcullata schot (local name Kolia kasu) and possible realization of chlorophyll laser. The red florescence is most prominent when excited with broad band source like 30 mW green or blue solid state laser, but the acetone extract of plant leaves Allocasa cullcuta schot unusually exhibits the strong intensity in the red sector of the spectrum. A dark room can be easily illuminated with this red radiation. We have used this fact to explore a possible realization of chlorophyll laser which would be a natural environmental phenomenon.

Competency Based Curriculum in Higher Education: A Necessity Grounded by Globalization
Arup BARMAN,Jothika KONWAR
Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala , 2011,
Abstract: Ever demanding forces of globalisation have introduced new discourses into curriculum planning in the higher education. In order to sustain in the knowledge based economy and to deal with demand in job market, incorporation of competency based curriculum is emerging as a necessity in higher education sector. In order to develop competency based curriculum in higher education, determination of competencies for each discipline and subsequent development of means of measurement and performance assessment is a must. There are competency based models developed for specific discipline through intense research can serve as a guiding tool for this purpose. In this backdrop the present paper tries to draw an attention to the importance of competency based curriculum and its pros and cons.
Efficacy of itraconazole in the treatment of tinea versicolor
Mohanty Juthika,Sethi J,Sharma M
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2001,
Abstract: Twenty adult patients (15 males and 5 females) with extensive, clinically diagnosed tinea versicolor (TV.) resistant to topical agents, of long duration were selected. Laboratory investigations like KOH smear, routine haemogram, LFT, and RFT were done. They were given itraconazole (100 mg) orally twice daily for 5-7 days and followed up at the end of 1 week and again three weeks later. After one week itching, erythema and scaling subsided in 80% of cases. There was no recurrence during one year follow up.
Dimensional Stability, Thermal Degradation and Termite Resistant Studies of Chemically Treated Wood
Juthika Sonowal,P.K. Gogoi
International Journal of Chemistry , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijc.v2n2p218
Abstract: The efficacy of the preservative chemicals for the treatment of wood samples was evaluated in ground contact against termite and fungus. The wood samples treated with boric acid followed by maleic anhydride, copper acetate, sodium salt of diethyldithiocarbamate and kerosene showed higher dimensional stability efficiency in terms of anti-shrink efficiency (ASE), bulk co-efficient (BC) and weight percent gain (WPG). The treated wood samples showed higher strength properties such as modulus of rupture (MOR) and modulus of elasticity (MOE) than the untreated sample. The treated samples could resist from termite and fungal attack and also extend the service life.
E-endocrinology: An update
Konwar R,Singh M,Bid H
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Internet, from a long time, has opened up a myriad resource of knowledge and applications for academicians, researchers and clinicians alike in all health care professions across the globe. Basic endocrinologists are exploring through bench-top protocols to understand endocrine system and to design therapeutic interventions. Clinicians are required to continuously look for new developments relating to investigation, diagnosis and therapeutic options in their everyday practice for better quality of life of patients. All these require managing a large body of information. Now, these innovative technologies have opened up newer avenues for endocrinologists. As internet is serving the backbone for modern technologies, it is of utmost necessity to use and refine internet applications for future endocrinologists. Increasingly, easy access to internet has dramatically reduced barriers in sharing information among basic and clinical endocrinologists. Considering the growing scope for endocrinologists in the use of internet, it is necessary to understand internet as a source of information and backbone of modern applications. This review illustrates the expanding roles of the internet for endocrinologists and provides a ready-to-use compilation of useful academic, research, clinical resources, and is expected to introduce, stimulate and guide endocrinologists into the realm of WWW.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia: Is it a growing public health concern for India?
Bid Hemant,Konwar Rituraj,Singh Vishwajeet
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2008,
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Endocrinological cancers and the internet
Bid H,Konwar R,Kumar S
Indian Journal of Cancer , 2009,
Abstract: Endocrine cancers are some of the commonest forms of cancer getting mention as early as in old papyruses of Egypt. Our current knowledge about this cluster of cancer has grown immensely with improved survival rates. In the era of specialization and super specialization, we started peeking into these conditions more elaborately and beyond microscopically. The growing awareness demanded categorization of information into disease basics like molecular pathology of initiation and progression; advanced diagnostics; new therapeutic options; patient awareness and involvement in clinical trials. Recent advances in genomics and hereditary counseling have delineated pre-disease forecasting possibilities. With advanced diagnostics and therapeutic modalities, we saw an increase in cancer survivors demanding extra care and moral support. Throughout these developments, we went through a boost in global information communications, the main thrust being the Internet. Networking of computers globally generated a platform that created a ripple of knowledge far and wide. The purpose of this review is to investigate how the Internet is supporting the growth and development of the field of endocrine cancer, and present and future scope of the Internet as a tool for professionals involved in this area. The information furnished here were collected from cited references as well as all websites mentioned in the tables.
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