International Conference on Innovation & Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (ICIREST-19)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Acoustic Behavior of Aqueous Solution of Rabeprazole Sodium, Pantoprazole Sodium and Omeprazole Sodium at Different Temperatures
Country :: India
Authors :: A.B. Dhote || G. R. Bedare
Page No. :: 01-02

The aqueous solution of the drugs which are used as proton pump inhibitor to reduce stomach acid has been investigated using ultrasonic interferometer. The experimental values of density and ultrasonic velocity (U) Rabeprazole sodium, Pantoprazole sodium and Omeprazole sodium at different concentration and temperature were reported. From the experimental values acoustic parameters such as adiabatic compressibility, intermolecular free length (Lf) and acoustic impedance (Z) were computed. The results were useful to study various interactions such as solute – solvent interactions, and structure – making, hydrogen bonding of the solutes in aqueous solution at different temperatures. The reactivity of the drug can be predicted from acoustic parameters.

Keywords –hydrogen bonding, solute – solvent interactions, Rabeprazole sodium, structure – making

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Kaluza-Klein Holographic Dark Energy Cosmological models in Modified Theory of Gravity
Country :: India
Authors :: A.Y.Shaikh
Page No. :: 03-14

The main motive of this study is to investigate Kaluza-Klein metric within the presence of Holographic Dark Energy cosmological models in the framework of f ( R , T ) theory of gravity. The exact solution of the field equations have been obtained by assuming two different volumetric expansion laws in a way to cover all possible expansion: namely exponential and power law expansion. Keeping an eye on the accelerating nature of the universe in the present epoch, the dynamics and physical behavior of the models have been discussed.

Keywords: Ho lographic Dark energy, f(R,T) gravity, Kaluza-Klein.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparative Studies of Aqueous Solution Some Anta Acids at Different Concentration Andat 4MHz Frequency
Country :: India
Authors :: G. R. Bedare || A.B. Dhote
Page No. :: 15-17

Ultrasonic velocity measurements have been made in aqueous solution of some anta acids at frequency 4MHz , different concentration and at temperature 303.15k.The experimental values of ultrasonic velocity (U) and densities (ρ) were useful to calculate acoustic parameters as adiabatic compressibility(βa), intermolecular free length(Lf)and acoustic impedance (Z). From these values molecular interaction present in the solution was predicted. The molecular interaction is useful to predict reactivity of the drugs.

Keywords:Anta acids,Concentration, Impedance, Molecular, Ultrasonic

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Characterization of Conducting Polypyrrole Based Insulating Polymercomposites
Country :: India
Authors :: Dr.Neeraja M. Haridas
Page No. :: 18-23

The present study reveals with preparation methods, study of structural, optical and thermal properties of polypyrrole filled PMMA thin film composite. The surface morphology of PPy-PMMA thin films were analyzed using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), tunneling electron microscopy (TEM). The FTIR study gave the signature of the presence of PPy in PMMA. From the analysis of absorption spectra the band gap of polypyrrole filled PMMA have been found to lie between 2.81 to 3.2eV.The decrease in band gap energy suggests a transition from insulating nature to semiconducting nature. Thermal stability of polypyrrole filled PMMA was investigated by TGA.

Keywords: PPy, PMMA, Optical band gap, TGA

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Job Analysis At Indoworth Pvt Ltd, Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Archana Anil Chikate || Mr. Dipak Shehrao Dhobale
Page No. :: 24-25

At Indorama, we spin not only yarns, but we inculcate in our people- Flexibility and agility for higher customer responsiveness, Personal initiative aligned to meet and exceed customer needs, Values to increase success at work .For superior products, superior customer support & improved operations. A leading manufacturer and supplier in the country's fast growing polyesters sector since the last to decades, Indorama has emerged as India's second largest dedicated polyesters manufacture having carved a niche in the market place for unmatched quality offerings. Indorama synthetics (India) ltd. Dates back to 1989, when it first forayed into the business of polyesters. Believing that polyesters was going to be the fiber of the future, the commitment and perseverance over the years by the company has today resulted in a undisputed leadership position for it in the Indian polyesters arena.

Keywords: quality,manufacturer, supplier, agriculture, synthetic.


Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Training And Development Practices Adopted In Industries
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Komal Chitaman Baharghare || Mr. Yuvraj Rimdeo Urkude
Page No. :: 26-29

To survive in the globalised era, organizations need to continuously develop the knowledge , skills and ability of their human resources throughout the year, the organization spend a huge amount of money for the purpose of training and development of the human resources. Training and development play an important role in the effectiveness of organization and to the experience of people in work. The purpose of training and management development programs is to improve employee capabilities and organizational capabilities. Training effectiveness in industry is a critical aspect of the development of knowledge of workforce. Training and development programs may be focused on individual performance or team performance. Factors that can affect the effectiveness of training and development practices in the industries include, lack of support from top management and peers, employees' individuals attitudes, job-related factors and also the deficiencies in training practices.

Keywords: era, globalised, attitudes, peers, employees, deficiencies.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Qulity Management At Ocmc Jobs Pvt. Ltd, Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Shubhangi Rajhans Brahamne || Mr. Dhiraj Arun Naitam
Page No. :: 30-32

This research paper attempts some new techniques that, when added to traditional job analysis procedures, may facilitate strategic planning for the better development of personnel methods such as selection and training. Such new techniques are presented and followed by a detail discussion of some topics requiring future thoughts and research. Given a rapidly changing internal and external world it is likely that many jobs will change in the future. Job analysis is a technique which makes the implicit assumption that information about a job as it presently exists may be used to develop programs to recruit, select, train and appraise the performance of the people for the job as it will exist in the future.

Keywords: static; framework; facilitate; planning; recruit;appraise

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Financial Management System Adopted At Indoworth Indai Pvt. Ltd. Butibori, Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms.Karishma Chanduman Jarnode || Ms. Vaishali Muneshwar Bodele
Page No. :: 33-37

Financial management may be defined as that area or set of administrative function in an organization which relate with arrangement of cash and credit so that organization may have the means to carry out its objective as satisfactorily as possible Financial Management is the Operational Activity of a business that is responsible for obtaining and effectively utilizing the funds necessary for efficient operation The significance of this function is not only seen in the 'Line' but also in the capacity of 'Staff' in overall administration of a company. It has been defined differently by different experts in the field. It includes how to raise the capital, how to allocate it i.e. capital budgeting..........

Keywords: Financial management, capital budgeting, profit maximization and value addition.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study of Insurance Services addopted at CLC Spentex Industries Pvt. Ltd. Butibori, Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Poonam Asaram Raut || Mr. Gautam Prakash Kayapak
Page No. :: 38-41

The insurance services is the process of planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, costeffective flow and storage of raw materials, in- process inventory, finished goods and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements. The mission of insurance services is to get the right goods or services to the right place, at the right time, and in the desired condition and quantity in relation to customers order. The insurance services of a country are an important tool for economic development of the country, as it helps in creation of wealth by linking saving with investment .It facilitates the flow of funds. From the households to business.............

Keywords- accumulate conforming, safety, insurance, inventory

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Financial System Management At Clc Spentex Industries Pvt. Ltd. Butibori, Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Rita Sonbaji Kohale || Ms. Megha Dipak Mohurle
Page No. :: 42-47

Many studies have suggested that being in the 'right' asset category is more important than being in the right asset, that is asset allocation is more important than security selection. Brinson claim that approximately 91 per cent of certain portfolio returns can be attributed to the portfolio's asset allocation. This paper differs from earlier studies in that a portfolio's attractiveness is measured based on the ex ante expected utility that an investor associates with a specific portfolio. Most other studies measure a portfolio's attractiveness based on comparisons of ex post results, when it is too late for investors to make their investment choice. The results are very different from those of earlier studies. Portfolios comprising an optimal mix of stock and bond indexes provide much less expected utility than a portfolio comprising an optimal mix of specific stocks and specific bonds. Thus, security selection is found to be far more important than asset allocation.

Key Words: Attractiveness, Right, Portfolio returns, optimal mix.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Financial Management System Adopted At Indoworth India Pvt. Ltd. Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Ashwini Umesh Bhallavi || Ms. Dhanshri Madhukarrao Dodake
Page No. :: 48-51

Modigliani & Miller (1958) show the impact of debt-equity ratio on firm value in their capital structure theory. Economist and financial researchers have spent time to develop new thoughts around this theory. Despite their effort the Modigliani & Miller (MM) model is still in vague. In this paper attempt has been made to empirically support the argument of MM. The paper tests the influence of debt-equity structure on the value of shares given different sizes, industries and growth opportunities with the companies incorporated in Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) of Bangladesh. For the robustness of the analysis samples are drawn from the four most dominant sectors of industry i.e. engineering, food & allied, fuel & power, and chemical & pharmaceutical to provide a comparative analysis. A strong positively correlated association is evident from the empirical findings when stratified by industry.

Keyword: Capital structure, firm value, wealth maximization, time series, leverage deci


Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study of Portfolio Advisor Service at Satvik Investments& Securities Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Ashwamegha Sanjay Surve || Ms. Sonali Purushottam Thote
Page No. :: 52-55

This study develops a model based on current corporate finance theories which explains stock returns associated with the announcement of issuer exchange offers. The major independent variables are changes in leverage multiplied by senior security claims outstanding and changes in debt tax shields. Parameter estimates are statistically significant and consistent in sign and relative magnitude with model predictions. Overall, 55 percent of the variance in stock announcement period returns is explained. The evidence is consistent with tax based theories of optimal capital structure, a positive debt level information effect, and leverage-induced wealth transfers across security classes.

Keywords: Current corporate finance, issuer exchange offers, relative magnitude


Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study Of Financial Management At Hidustan Copper Ltd. Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Rohit Devanand Tambe || Ms. Pallavi Raju Dhongade
Page No. :: 56-59

Financial Management is the lifeblood and nerve centre of a business. Just as circulation of blood is essential in the human body for maintaining life, Financial Managements is very essential to maintain the smooth running of a business. No business, no undertakings, no enterpriseial management can brings a sound solvency to the business. It also enables an undertaking in creating and maintaining goodwill. It also enables a business undertaking to pay off its current dues and also provides regular supply of raw materials. Adequate Financial provides inherent strength to the business undertaking and ability to face crisis............

Keywords- Management of Financial management, financial performance, use of capital.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study of Operation Management adopted in Textile Mills with reference to MIDC Butibori, Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Umesh Kumar Bhayyalal Dubey || Mr.P.L. Neulkar
Page No. :: 60-66

Scheduling of operations is essential for all firms as it helps them maximize customer satisfaction, minimize service delays, hence enables firms to allocate their production capacity to meet their customer requirements on time. An attempt will be made to study how the Sequencing of job is important for proper scheduling of job, in minimizing the processing time of job, in maximize Operations efficiency and in reducing the processing cost of the firm over a period of time. Operation managers at Textile Mills, can use Johnson's rule and develop a job sequence that minimize the total time span required.............

Keywords- Slack time, Due date, Flow time, Idle time, Elapsed Time

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study of Economic Environment of Business at Today's Scenarios
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Sonal Prakash Shewate
Page No. :: 67-72

India is poised to become the world's fastest growing major economy in 2018-2019, reports our 2018-19 India Attractiveness survey. Economic fundamentals stand strong, and global interest is on a steady upswing. The election of a pro-reform Government and its various initiatives - Make in India, Digital India and 100 Smart Cities - have added to increased optimism. India has emerged as the number one FDI destination in the world during the first half of 2018-2019. With FDI capital inflows of US$30.8b, India has outpaced all other economies, moving up to the premier position from being in the fifth spot during the corresponding period of the previous year. A leading 32% of the investors ranked India as the most attractive market this year, while 60% placed the country among the top three investment destinations..........

Keywords- FDI, Make in India, Business Environment, Government Reforms, Bullet Train, Industrial Corridor, Economic Corridor.

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