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A Text to Speech (TTS) System with English to Punjabi Conversion
Prabhsimran Singh,Amritpal Singh
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: The paper aims to show how an application can be developed that converts the English language into the Punjabi Language, and the same application can convert the Text to Speech(TTS) i.e. pronounce the text. This application can be really beneficial for those with special needs.
Implementing Log Based Security in Data Warehouse
Amritpal Singh, Nitin Umesh
International Journal of Advanced Computer Research , 2013,
Abstract: This paper proposes an implementation ofbehaviouranalysis based on logs. To ensure dataprivacy various solutions have been proposed andproven effective in their security purpose. Howeverthey introduce large overheads making themunfeasible for data warehouse. Therefore to avoidthese overheads and toincrease data security, datamasking approach have been proposed. Solutionmanages the randomness of masked values whichincreases the overall security strength. Log Analysisfor intrusion detection is the process use to detectattacks on a specific environment using logs as theprimary source of information. For futureperspectives it will be beneficial as we will come toknow whether it is simple access or attack. So byanalysing the behaviour of user we can overcomeattacks.
STANDARDIZATION OF POLYHERBAL AYURVEDIC FORMULATION: CHANDANASAVA
Katekhaye Shankar,Singh Amritpal
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: The present paper deals with standardization of chandanasava, known to be effective in karsya (malnutrition), sukrameha (presence of semen in urine), mutrakrcchra (painful micturation), hrdroga (heart diseases), balaksaya (astringent), agnimandya (loss of appetite). Formulation has been standardized by following modern scientific quality control procedures for the finished product. Standardization of chandanasava was achieved by organoleptic study, physic-chemical analysis, thin layer chromatography, high performance thin layer chromatography (HPTLC). The obtained values of physical and chemical parameters can be adopted to lay down new pharmacopoeial standards to be followed for analysis of chandanasava to check batch to batch variation. Quantitative evaluation of gallic acid and apigenin in chandanasava by HPTLC had shown 25.12 μg/ml and 0.4 μg/ml respectively.
Use of Data Mining in Education Sector
Manpreet Singh Bhullar,Amritpal Kaur
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2012,
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ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION
Mahabir Singh Bhati,Amritpal Kaur
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Environmental education is important to trigger proactive participation of the masses in addressing, debating and protesting on significant environmental issues. The goal of environmental education is to develop a world population that is aware of and concerned about the environment and its associated problems and who has the knowledge, skills, attitudes, motivations and commitment to work individually and collectively towards solution of current environmental problems and prevention of new ones. School system provides the largest organized base for environmental education and action.
Evaluation of Natural Exudate Gum from Sterculia urens as Gelling Agent in Culture Media for In vitro Regeneration of Rough Lemon (Citrus jambhiri Lush.) Shoot Tips
Balwinder Singh,Amritpal Kaur,Jaspreet Singh
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Natural exudate gum (sterculia gum) has been successfully used as gelling agent in culture media with an aim to reduce the production cost of tissue culture raised plants. Shoot tips were cultured on agar and sterculia gum gelled media to study the difference in shoot and root regeneration response. Initially, shoot tips were cultured on agar gelled Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with different concentrations of 6-Benzyl amino purine (BAP), Kinetin (KN) and Naphthalene acetic acid (NAA). Maximum percentage of cultures showing shoot regeneration (63.19%) was observed on agar gelled MS medium containing BAP 1.5, KN 0.5 and NAA 0.5 mg L-1. Sterculia gum and agar were then evaluated at different concentrations and combinations. The media gelled with sterculia gum was equally transparent as that of liquid medium. The shoot regeneration response on media gelled with 25 and 30 g L-1 sterculia gum were 49.99 and 61.11% respectively. Regenerated shoots were rooted on agar gelled MS medium supplemented with different concentrations of Indole-3-Acetic Acid (IAA), NAA and Indole -3-butyric acid (IBA, 0.5-2.5 mg L-1). Maximum rooting response (56.94%) was observed with IBA 2.0 mg L-1. Same medium when evaluated for rooting response using sterculia gum (30 g L-1) as gelling agent, 56.24% cultures showed root regeneration. The difference in regeneration response obtained with agar (8 g L-1) and sterculia gum (30 g L-1) was statistically insignificant. This study indicates that sterculia gum can be used as alternative gelling agent in place of agar for the development of cost effective micropropagation protocol.
INDIA A LAND OF VIVIDNESS: EDUCATION FOR EQUALITY AND JUSTICE
AMRITPAL KAUR BHATI,MAHABIR SINGH BHATI
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Indian society, for thousands of years, has perpetuated man-made inequalities-initially through the institution of 'Varna' and later on through caste – a closed endogamous group with hereditary membership of successive generations. Under the 'Varna' or caste system, varied kinds of discriminations were done and indignities were perpetuated against Shudras (Scheduled Castes), Adivasis(Scheduled Tribes) and women and differently able, as a result of which they were thrown out of the mainstream and were forced to lead a sub-human life full of contempt and indignity. Not only that, they were also exploited and abused in myriad ways in a very subtle manner. When India became independent, particularly when the Constitution was adopted, a commitment was made to its people to establish a social structure characterized by justice-social, economical and political; liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; equality of status and opportunities and fraternity. (Singh, Surender, 2005, Roles and functions of universities in emp
Women Empowerment Vs Anti-Rape Bill
Amritpal Kaur Bhati,Mahabir Singh Bhati
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Today we have been living in the 21 century. Much has been debated and done for women's empowerment. But is he really empowered, safe and secure and has the right to live like a human being? Women are not safe in any country, in any society, even in own family. It's a shame and a matter of grave concern. It is one of the life's bitter ironies that rape victims who deserve empathy from society are ostracized in many cases and stigmatized to such an extent that there have been many instances where they have committed suicide out of sheer frustration. Even family members turn hostile at times and this adds to the desperation of those girls and women who eventually become depressed and lead sordid lives though they are hardly at fault as they have been brutalized against their will. Most cases of rape remain unreported worldwide and are more so in the nonwestern world like India. Rapes and sexual assaults against women is not a new story but the change in nature of these incidents and the forces behind them needs immediate investigation. It is time, society must change views on rape victims and the realization that they have been wronged and deserve to be rehabilitated should dawn on everyone. Rather than pounce on the innocent by branding them as fallen women. Society should shun the perpetrators of the crime and cooperate with the law-enforcing authorities in bringing them to book. More and more young men should come forward to marry young rape victims as that would give them a foothold in life and enable them to come out of their shell. After a paramedical student in December, 2012, died after she was gang-raped, beaten and thrown out of a moving bus along with a male friend in Delhi on December 16 last year, the government had promised to make the nation safer for women. In fact, a Rs. 1,000/- million sums was set aside in the Union Budget to create a fund for women safety. The anti-rape Bill can be misused as stalking is not done only by men, but by women also. Have you not seen girls exclaiming – oh! He is so hot. The Bill is purush virodhi (anti-male). (Jaya Bachchan, Member Rajya Sabha, 2013)
Acanthus ilicifolius linn.-lesser known medicinal plants with significant pharmacological activities
Amritpal Singh,Sanjiv Duggal,Ashish Suttee
International Journal of Phytomedicine , 2011,
Abstract: Acanthus ilicifolius Linn. (Acanthaceae) is relatively lesser-known, yet important medicinal plant of Herbal Materia Medica. The plant is used in traditional systems of medicine, including Traditional Indian Medicine (TIM) or Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The plant is reported to contain phytochemicals including alkaloid and wide range of glucosides (lignan and phenylethanoid). In traditional medicine, the plant is used in the treatment of diseases ranging from snake bite to skin diseases. Laboratory investigations on extracts of the plant have demonstrated significant pharmacological activities like antioxidant, anticarcinogenic, anti-osteporotic and hepatoprotective. The review analyses traditional medicinal usage, and phyto-pharmacological investigations done on the medicinal plant. Keywords: Acanthus ilicifolius, traditional medicine, phytochemistry, pharmacology, glucosides
Solitary versus Shock Wave Acceleration in Laser-Plasma Interactions
Andrea Macchi,Amritpal Singh Nindrayog,Francesco Pegoraro
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.85.046402
Abstract: The excitation of nonlinear electrostatic waves, such as shock and solitons, by ultraintense laser interaction with overdense plasmas and related ion acceleration are investigated by numerical simulations. Stability of solitons and formation of shock waves is strongly dependent on the velocity distribution of ions. Monoenergetic components in ion spectra are produced by "pulsed" reflection from solitary waves. Possible relevance to recent experiments on "shock acceleration" is discussed.
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