DECOLORIZATION OF MIXED REACTIVE DYES BY ENTEROCOCCUS CASSELIFLAVUS CMGS-1 STRAIN By Madhuri R. Basutkar, Channappa T. Shivannavar, Subhaschandra M.  Gaddad

Abstract Microbes are called natural cleaner of nature. Isolate Enterococcus casseliflavus CMGS-1 strain isolated from soil of textile dyes treatment unit Solapur, Maharashtra, showed excellent results in the decolorisation of different textile dyes in the mixed solution. For the decolorisation study we selected five different kinds of Reactive dyes which are widely used in textile industries and mixed in the equal concentration in such way that final concentration of dyes is not more than 100 mg/L in mineral salt medium. Isolate CMGS-1 shown decolorisation up to 72.30% within five days…

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THE BENGALI MUSLIMS OF MURSHIDABAD DISTRICT- AN ATTITUDINAL PERCEPTION TOWARDS SECULAR STATE AND POLITICS  By Krishna Roy

Abstract The partition of the country was the tragic culmination of the communal politics of the pre-independent days. In post partition era the Bengali Muslim community of Murshidabad district has tried their best to integrate with the gigantic process of democratic secular federal nation building in the continental polity of India. The Muslim community have been struggling hard to adjust themselves with multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-religious, multi-cultural plural society and tried to emancipate themselves from religious obscurantism and socio-economic inequalities. The important place held by religion in Indian society and its…

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TOURISM ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES – A STUDY ON RURAL TOURISM PERSPECTIVE IN SELECT RURAL RESOURCES OF KARNATAKA By Dr.Binoy T.A. and Naveen Kumar T.G.

Abstract This paper is an attempt to explore the role of tourism in bringing rural empowerment and to probe the opportunities of rural tourism entrepreneurship in Karnataka; rural tourism can help in shaping our society. It can have advantages on rural as well as urban communities. There is a scope of rural entrepreneurship through tourism in Karnataka. The government should encourage Private enterprises to promote tourism in rural areas. For developing the rural tourism we need to understand the rural environment, and socio-culture, economic, historical background of those places. How…

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PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES FACED BY THE CRECHES: A STATUS STUDY IN KANNUR, KERALA By Ramesan K. and Dr.M.Padmanabhan

Abstract Age Zero to six is a very important period for a human being 80% of physical, mental and social development of a child is happened during the first three months. Being the period of brain expansion children are provided with appropriate quality experiences at that time. The amount of love and care the child gets is reducing in the present nuclear family setup. Therefore each creche must be able to cater the physical, mental, intellectual and social needs of the child. Institute and its premises must be child friendly…

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INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES WITHIN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN EASTERN ETHIOPIA: ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING PRACTICE AND ATTITUDE By Tamrat Z. Teshome

Abstract Human minds and bodies are closely linked. When one feels bad physically, he or she often feels bad emotionally, too. The reverse is also true. More than 300 studies have found that psychological distress can weaken the human immune system. Studies also reveal that psychological interventions with heart patients can reduce the risk of further cardiac events by 75% compared to those who receive only medical care and medication. There are evidences that Psychology, as the science of behaviour, has much to offer to enhance health promotion and disease…

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