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COUPLED COINSIDENCE POINT THEOREM FOR NONLINEAR CONTRACTION IN PARTIALLY ORDERED METRIC SPACES
Kiramkumar Laxmanrao Bondar,Arun B Jadhao,Shivaji T Patil
Journal of Global Research in Mathematical Archives , 2013,
Abstract: The existence theorem of coupled coincidence point is proved. The main tool in the proof of result combines the ideas in the contraction principle with those in the monotonic iterative technique. An example is given satisfying.
Self Helpgroups : A Key Of Poverty Eradication
Choudhari Rekha Laxmanrao
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The concept of self -help Groups is of immense importancein the realization ofour goal to take banking services to the doorstep of the poor. They are especially useful for freeing the poor people from the clutches of money lenders. I warmly compliment NABARD for over. Performance in reaching the target of 10,000 SHGs, in the current year too, it has covered 18,000. I am confident that it will surpass the enhanced target of covering 50,000 micro-credit groups at the grassroots level. I wish NABARD all the best inrealizing its internal target of one million SHGs in the next ten year. Experience has shown that a vast network of vibrant guarantor co-operative origination is the surest granter of socio-economic empowerment of the poor and especially of poor women. Thus we see that even ordinary people have the capabilities to develop such group in there local communities and subsequently serves as an extraordinary resources for others. For staring a self-help group one does not require any grant, agency or even an office, what is required is the will, information about other people who can share their experience and in similar situation and then join hands and work together.
Nabard: It's Role And Emergence Of Agricultural Financing In India
Surendra Laxmanrao Padgalwar
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: NABARD is set up by the Government of India as a development bank with the mandate of facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of agriculture and integrated rural development. The mandate also covers supporting all other allied economic activities in ruralareas, promoting sustainable rural development and ushering in prosperity in the rural areas. With a capital base of Rs 2,000 corer provided by the Government of India and Reserve Bank of India, it operates through its head office at Mumbai, 28 regional offices situated in state capitals and 391 district offices at districts. Around 70 per cent of India's population of one billion lives in rural areas and depends on agriculture and other allied activities for a livelihood.
GENDER AND PROPERTY RIGHTS: A STUDY IN MAHARASTRA
MAHESH LAXMANRAO DHARMAPURIKAR
Review of Research , 2013,
Abstract: Women's property rights are one of the most significant determinants of their status. In India, a series of laws have been passed to promote the women's property rights have proven largely ineffective in promoting their welfare. The prime reason for this are : the shortcomings and ineffectiveness of laws, women's inability to access legal proceedings, the traditional and cultural negative views about women's rights, the absence of accountable and transparent government, the expensive and time consuming judicial process, the lack of an efficient judiciary and other socio-economic reasons. Hence, the core theme of the thesis concentrates on the shortcomings and ineffectiveness of law enforcement, although viewing them within the folder of other factors. The paper analysis awareness about their property rights among the women in Maharastra.
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES IN THE AGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND NEED OF TRAINING : AN OVERVIEW.
KANADE MANJUSHA LAXMANRAO,SHYAMKANT J.DESHMUKH
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Development of any Nation is depends upon its quality of education. In this digital era libraries must adopt digital technologies. Academic library plays vital role in imparting education to its clients. Due to the rapid growth in the information generation and in varied forms, ever increasing information demands from users, now days libraries must convert their collection and services from traditional to the automated. With the help of computer and software, Libraries can provide right information to right user in minimum time and at affordable cost. Hence they must change their traditional ways. This paper is focused on “In the age of automation, why continuous training and updates in knowledge regarding advanced technologies are necessary for library staff, Training and various training modules, Advantages of Training to the library staff as individual and to the library and why training is necessary to improve the quality of library services to achieve optimal satisfaction of library end user.
Applications of The Information Model of The Collapse Phenomena: The Mathematical Model of Everett's Worlds in The Case of The Measurement of A Spin 1/2 Projection
Denys Bondar
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: The information model of the collapse phenomena is further advanced. We discover an important property of the model - the death point effect. The P function approach is presented to construct the manifest form of the function of risk. We clarify a close connection of the model with the Extended Everett Concept. The model is also reformulated as an automaton. Examples are considered.
The information theory and the collapse of a wavefunction at the measurement of a spin 1/2 projection
Denys Bondar
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: From the point of view of the information theory, a model of the collapse phenomena at the measurement of a spin 1/2 projection is developed. This model phenomenologically includes an observer. The model allows not only to determine the state of a system after the measurement but also to compute the state of the observer. The state of the observer is equivalent to the operator of a spin projection which the observer will measure at the next measurement.
Dalitz Analysis of B->K+pi+pi- and B->K+K+pi-
A. Bondar
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: We report results of the Dalitz analysis of the three-body charmless B->K+pi+pi- and B->K+K+K- decays based on a 140fb^{-1} data sample collected with the Belle detector. Measurements of branching fractions for quasi-two-body decays to scalar-pseudoscalar states: B-> f_0(980)K^+, B-> K^*_0(1430)^0 pi+, and to vector-pseudoscalar states: B-> K^*(892)^0 pi+, B-> rho^0 K+, B-> phi K+ are presented. Upper limits on decays to some pseudoscalar-tensor final states are reported. We also report the new measurement of the B-> chi_c K+ branching fraction in two chi_c decay channels: chi_c-> pi+ pi- and chi_c-> K+K-.
Applications of Adiabatic Approximation to One- and Two-electron Phenomena in Strong Laser Fields
Denys Bondar
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: The adiabatic approximation is a natural approach for the description of phenomena induced by low frequency laser radiation because the ratio of the laser frequency to the characteristic frequency of an atom or a molecule is a small parameter. Since the main aim of this work is the study of ionization phenomena, the version of the adiabatic approximation that can account for the transition from a bound state to the continuum must be employed. Despite much work in this topic, a universally accepted adiabatic approach of bound-free transitions is lacking. Hence, based on Savichev's modified adiabatic approximation [Sov. Phys. JETP 73, 803 (1991)], we first of all derive the most convenient form of the adiabatic approximation for the problems at hand. Connections of the obtained result with the quasiclassical approximation and other previous investigations are discussed. Then, such an adiabatic approximation is applied to single-electron ionization and non-sequential double ionization of atoms in a strong low frequency laser field. Single-electron molecular ionization is also studied. Based on the geometrical approach to tunnelling by P. D. Hislop and I. M. Sigal [Memoir. AMS 78, No. 399 (1989)], we introduce the concept of a leading tunnelling trajectory. It is then proven that leading tunnelling trajectories for single active electron models of molecular tunnelling ionization (i.e., theories where a molecular potential is modelled by a single-electron multi-centre potential) are linear in the case of short range interactions and "almost" linear in the case of long range interactions. The results are presented on both the formal and physically intuitive levels. Physical implications of the proven statements are discussed.
IN-VITRO ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY OF CITRUS SINENSIS SEED COATS
Sonali Laxmanrao Munne,D. V. Parwate,V. N. Ingle
International Journal of Pharmacological Research , 2012, DOI: 10.7439/ijpr.v2i2.577
Abstract: The crude extracts of Citrus sinensis seed coats were evaluated for anthelmintic activity using adult earthworms. Petroleum ether, chloroform and methnolic extracts of Citrus sinensis seed coats were evaluated separately for anthelmintic activity by using adult Indian earthworms, Pheretima posthuma (Annelida). Various concentrations of all extracts were tested and results were expressed in terms of time for paralysis and time for death of worms. Piperazine citrate (10 mg/mL) was used as a reference standard and distilled water as control group.
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