SRJ SPECIAL ISSUE 2012

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ISSN: 2278 – 8808
Date: 01-Sep-2012

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Manisha V. Patil , Sanjivani Kamble, Vilas. S. Patil, Chandrakant B. Mane & K.P. Kumbhar

IMPLEMENTING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN TECHNICAL LIBRARIES: AN PROFESSIONAL APPROACH

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 Knowledge management (KM) is an emerging field, much tooted or hyped since late 1990s. However, due to the complicated nature of knowledge per se and its consequent management, it is often difficult to estimate or demonstrate the value of knowledge management. Technical libraries, with limited budget and human resources, may hesitate to follow the business sector and plunge into the uncharted sea of knowledge management. This paper suggests a pragmatic approach to the implementation of Knowledge Management for Technical libraries: utilizing the existing staffing, technology, and management structure

Manisha V. Patil

IMPLIMENTATION OF NEW TRENDS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT (KM) & LIBRARY INFORMATION SERVICES (LIS) IN MODERN AND TRADITIONAL LIBRARIES

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 Library science program prepare people to work as a Librarian or consultant or Knowledge Management Officer. Library science often termed as library studies is the interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary field that applies the practices, perspective and tool of management, information technology education and other areas of libraries :the collection, organization, preservation, dissemination of library sources and to decrease the economy of the information. Students can learn to buy, organize, store and retrieve the information. They also learn how to help people to do research and find regarding information . Nowadays information comes in many forms. Students of library science learn how to organize these different types of information so that library users feel comfortable rather than confused. Students of library science value the past and embrace the future.
Keywords :Implementation, Knowledge, Management.

Chandrakant B. Mane, Vilas. S. Patil , Manisha V. Patil & V. B. Helavi

MNPs OF ZnO-PREPRATIONS AND CHARACTERIZATION FOR GAS SENSOR APPLICATIONS

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 ZnO is a key technological material. ZnO is a wide band-gap (3.37 eV) compound semiconductor that is suitable for short wavelength optoelectronic applications. ZnO is a versatile functional material that has a diverse group of growth morphologies. ZnO nanostructures are easily formed even on cheap substrates such as glass and hence they have a promising potential in the nanotechnology future. ZnO nanocrystals are also attractive for sensor and biomedical application due to its bio-safety and large surface area. ZnO has some advantages over GaN among which are the availability of fairly high-quality ZnO bulk single crystals and a large exciton binding energy (_60 meV). ZnO also has much simpler crystal-growth technology, resulting in a potentially lower cost for ZnO-based devices. The present work involves study Zinc Oxide nanocrystal material by chemical precipitation method for growth of high quality ZnO nanocrystal material studying microstructure and from that correlating the microstructure to its physical, electrical and opticalproperties. At the beginning, efforts have been made to optimize the deposition conditions. It is needless to mention that the properties of the thin films depend extensively on the growth conditions, which influences its microstructure. Different parameters like substrate temperature, PH of solution, deposition time, speed of rotation etc. were carefully monitored.

V. S. Patil , C. B. Mane, Manisha V. Patil & Madhav N. Rode

TRUCTURAl , MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION & ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT STUDIES OF NANO CDS

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 The work mainly concerns with study of the structural details, microstructure, and optical properties of the CdS thin films. Various properties like optical absorbance, dc and ac conduction behavior have been investigated in close correlation with the microstructure of the films. It involves the study of nanocrystalline CdS thin films by sol-gel spin coating deposition techniques, studying growth, microstructure, and morphology and from that correlating the microstructure to its physical, electrical and optical properties. Keywords : morphology, microstructure

Chandrakant B. Mane, Vilas. S. Patil , Manisha V. Patil , Rahul R Patil & V. B. Helavi

STUDY OF PROPERTIES AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MNPs of ZnO FOR GAS SENSOR APPLICATIONS

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 MNPs of ZnO have great potential applications in the fields of optoelectronic and sensor devices. Therefore, it is very important to realize the controllable growth of MNPs of ZnO and investigate their properties. ZnO is a wide band-gap (3.37 eV) compound semiconductor that is suitable for short wavelength optoelectronic applications. ZnO is a versatile functional material that has a diverse group of growth morphologies. MNPs of ZnO are easily formed even on cheap substrates such as glass and hence they have a promising potential in the nanotechnology future. The present work involves the study of MNPs of ZnO by chemical precipitation method, studying growth, microstructure, and morphology and from that correlating the microstructure to its properties. At the beginning, efforts have been made to optimize the deposition conditions. It is needless to mention that the properties of the MNPs depend extensively on the growth conditions, which influences its microstructure. Different parameters like substrate temperature, PH of solution, deposition time, annealing etc. were carefully monitored to decide the optimized growth condition of the MNPs.

Rahul. R. Patil, Chandrakant B. Mane, Shankar. K. Patil, Manisha V. Patil & Manik Kadam

DATA LEAKAGE DETECTION IN CLIENT-SERVER MODEL ON A NETWORK WIRE IN CLIENT-SERVER

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 Modern business activities rely on extensive email exchange. Email leakages have become widespread, and the severe damage caused by such leakages constitutes a disturbing problem for organizations. We study the following problem: A data distributor has given sensitive data to a set of supposedly trusted agents (third parties). If the data distributed to third parties is found in a public/private domain then finding the guilty party is a nontrivial task to distributor. Traditionally, this leakage of data is handled by water marking technique which requires modification of data. If the watermarked copy is found at some unauthorized site then distributor can claim his ownership. To overcome the disadvantages of using watermark [2], data allocation strategies are used to improve the probability of identifying guilty third parties. The distributor must assess the likelihood that the leaked came from one or more agents, as opposed to having been

Shankar. K. Patil, Chandrakant B. Mane, Vilas. S. Patil , Rahul. R. Patil, Manisha V. Patil & V. B. Helavi

CHEMISTRY OF GRAY WATER-QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND STRATEGIES FOR REUSE

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The study of semiconductor nanoparticles has been an interesting field of research for more than two decades. The confinement effect is observed for CdS particles when the particle sizes are equal to or less than 50 Å . Bulk CdS is widely used as a commercial photodetector in the visible spectrum. It is also used as a promising material for buffer layers in thin film solar cells. The optical properties of CdS nanoparticles have been extensively studied in recent years as this material exhibits pronounced quantum size effects. The present work involves the study of nanocrystalline CdS thin films by sol-gel spin coating deposition techniques, studying growth, microstructure, and morphology and from that correlating the microstructure to its physical, electrical and optical properties. To accomplish this aspiration, the entire research work is divided into two parts. At the beginning, efforts have been made to optimize the deposition conditions. It is needless to mention that the properties of the thin films depend extensively on the growth conditions, which influences its microstructure. Different parameters like substrate temperature, PH of solution, deposition time, speed of rotation etc. were carefully monitored to decide the optimized growth condition of the thin films. Kewwords: nanocrystalline CdS, sol-gel 

V. S. Patil , C. B. Mane, Manisha V. Patil, Rahul. R. Patil & Madhav N. Rode

SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOCRYSTALLINE CdS THIN FILMS

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 The study of semiconductor nanoparticles has been an interesting field of research for more than two decades. The confinement effect is observed for CdS particles when the particle sizes are equal to or less than 50 Å . Bulk CdS is widely used as a commercial photodetector in the visible spectrum. It is also used as a promising material for buffer layers in thin film solar cells. The optical properties of CdS nanoparticles have been extensively studied in recent years as this material exhibits pronounced quantum size effects. The present work involves the study of nanocrystalline CdS thin films by sol-gel spin coating deposition techniques, studying growth, microstructure, and morphology and from that correlating the microstructure to its physical, electrical and optical properties. To accomplish this aspiration, the entire research work is divided into two parts. At thebeginning, efforts have been made to optimize the deposition conditions. It is needless to mention that the properties of the thin films depend extensively on the growth conditions, which influences its microstructure. Different parameters like substrate temperature, PH of solution, deposition time, speed of rotation etc. were carefully monitored to decide the optimized growth condition of the thin films. Kewwords: nanocrystalline CdS, sol-gel.

SURENDRA SUNDARRAO TANDALE

CHATRAPATI RAJARSHI SHAHU MAHARAJANCHYA SHAIKSHANIK KARYACHA ABHYAS

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Somnath Kirwale and Narayan Pandhure

IN VITRO CALLUS INDUCTION IN SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS

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 Present research investigations were studied role of various growth regulator like BAP, KIN,
IBA, 2,4-D and IAA on in vitro callus formation .Various explants like apical shoots, nodal
and axillary leaves inoculated on MS (Murashige and Skoog, 1962) medium supplemented
with various concentration of phytohormones like, BAP (6-Benzylaminopurine), KIN, IBA,
2,4-D and IAA (Indole 3- acetic acid). MS medium contain BAP in various concentrations
viz, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0 mg/l combination with IBA or IAA to produce minimum average
percentage of calli. These explants were inoculated on MS medium supplemented with
different concentration of KIN like 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0mg/l combination with IBA or
IAA. Apical shoot and axillary leaves were inoculated on MS medium supplemented with
different concentration BAP and 2, 4-D these result were recorded maximum percentage of
callus induction.
KEYWORDS: -in vitro, Simmondsia chinensis, 2, 4-D, callus.

Somnath kirwale and Narayan Pandhure

IN VITRO SHOOT MULTIPLICATION IN SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (LINK) SCHN.).

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 Simmondsia chinensis seedling explants were cultured on a MS medium, supplemented with
various concentrations of 6-benzyladenine viz, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 and 5.0 mg/l
alone and in combination with silver nitrate. Shoot proliferation was successful at all the
concentrations tested, with 3.0 mg/l BAP and lower concentration of IAA maximum number
of shoots per original explant. Shoots produced during the proliferation stage were treated
with -naphthalene acetic acid, indole-3-butyric acid and indole-3-acetic acid to induce
rhizogenesis, reaching 64% rooting in some treatments. When the rooted explants were
transferred to the mist system for acclimatization, 35% to 50% of them survived and
continued to grow after a period of one month.
Key Words: In vitro, Simmondsia chinensis , Shoot multiplication.

Somnath V. Kirwale, Sawdekar Jagdish & N.B Pandhure

Studies on the comparative performance of in vitro regenerated plantlets of Simmondsia chinensis

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 Simmondsia chinensis an evergreen perennial shrub with extensive deep tap root system
helps to withstand drought conditions thus making it a potential plant to be cultivated in the
hilly tract of the monsoon region as well as in desert regions and wastelands of India. The
name ‘jojoba oil’ is misleading, as it is not oil, but a wax ester made up of a complex mixture
of naturally occurring long-chained linear esters with many functional cosmetic properties
that are far superior to triglycerides.

Gunvant B. Sangale & Venkat Wagwad

Impact of Physical Education on childrens health

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The benefits that physical education can provide to a child\'s educational, emotional,
social, and behavioral well-being are often overlooked, yet they are numerous. Physical
education can address issues that Indian society struggles with on an ongoing basis. Issues
include academic achievement, national healthcare, obesity, Type Two diabetes, and military
readiness, among others. This study examined the relationship between physical education
and academic achievement in children who were first-time test takers of both the Texas tests
of choice. Physical education scores were determined using the Fitness gram. Academic
achievement scores were determined using the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills.
The study required the use of a cross tabulation with chi square analysis. 

Gunvant B. Sangale & Venkat Wagwad

Children's Health Issues

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Physically active and educated children are more likely to thrive academically and socially.
Through effective physical education, children learn how to incorporate safe and healthy
activities into their lives. Physical education is an integral part of developing the “whole”
child in social settings and the learning environment. Today, obesity is one of the most
pressing health concerns for children. Nearly one-third of children and teens, more than 23
million kids, are overweight or obese — and physical inactivity is a leading contributor to the
epidemic. The Surgeon General recommends children should engage in 60 minutes of
moderate activity most days of the week, yet estimates show that only 3.8 percent of
elementary schools provide daily physical education (PE).Schools serve as an excellent
venue to provide students with the opportunity for daily physical activity, to teach the
importance of regular physical activity for health, and to build skills that support active
lifestyles. Unfortunately, most children get little to no regular physical activity while in
school. Many school systems have downsized or eliminated PE under the assumption that
more classroom time will improve academic performance and increase standardized test
scores. 

Gunvant B. Sangale & Venkat Wagwad

CHILDREN'S HEALTH AND THE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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Gautam S. Ughade , Vilas Patil & Madhav N. Rode

Possibility of constructing electronic devices with dimensions on the nanometer scale

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 This study reviews research developments aimed at the design of electronic computers
that contain components with dimensions of only a few nanometers. A nanometer, one
billionth of meter, is only about 10 atomic diameters. Such nanometerscale electronic
computers{i.e., electronic nanocomputers"{that contain molecular-scale components are
likely to be up to 10,000 times more densely integrated than today\'s smallest microcomputers.
Electronic technology is one of several alternative technologies (e.g., mechanical, chemical,
quantum) that have been proposed for implementing a nanocomputer. Electronic technology
for nanometer-scale computers has the advantage, though, that it builds upon nearly a half
century of experience and infrastructure developed for electronic computing. Electronic
nanocomputers could be orders of magnitude faster than current electronic computers, as
well as many times smaller or more densely integrated.

Gautam S. Ughade, Vilas Patil & Madhav N. Rode

Functioning of electronic devices with dimensions on the nanometer scale

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 For more than a decade intense research on semiconductor nanowires has been ongoing, due
to the potential that these structures offer for coming generations of electronic,
optoelectronic and biosensor applications. However, if large-scale production of nanowirebased
devices is to be realized better control and understanding of the nanowire growth
process needs to be achieved. Today particle-assisted growth is the most widely used method
for production of epitaxial semiconductor nanowires. Nanoparticles of various different
materials have been used to seed the growth of nanowires, but gold particles are by far the
most common choice since gold is superior to other materials in most cases of nanowire
growth. Although several nanowire growth models discuss the role of the seed particle, no
clear understanding of why gold is such a suitable seed particle material exists. Furthermore,
several different generation and deposition methods have been used to produce gold seed
particles, but the effect of gold particle manufacturing method on nanowire growth is yet
unclear.