Volume 4 Issue 1

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1. Polylined Water Harvesting Tank Technique to Mitigate the Impact of Climate Change on Agro-economy in Rain Fed Conditions: A Case Study Gulshan Kumar and Hem Chander Polylined water harvesting tank technique is very useful for meeting the scarcity of water in rain fed areas vis-à-vis to mitigate the impact of climate change. An analysis of capacity and usefulness of polylined water harvesting tank in village Mann of rain fed district Hamirpur (H.P.) was carried out. Very severe water scarcity persists in this village especially during summer period. Farmers have to carry water from far off places for domestic as well as for meeting the minimum critical water needs of agricultural cash crops like tomato, cucurbits, capsicum etc. The top most priority of the present study was to way out the source of water for meeting minimum critical water needs of vegetable crops and maintenance of nutritional gardens. Six polylined tanks were constructed. These tanks were constructed on farmer’s field to harvest runoff water for meeting the critical need of irrigation.Click Here To Read More 01-07 DOWNLOAD PDF

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2. Ethno-Veterinary and Fodder Plants of Awah-Devi Region of Hamirpur District, Himachal Pradesh Gulshan Kumar and Hem Chander The present study was conducted in Awah-Devi region of district Hamirpur (Himachal Pradesh) to accumulate traditional knowledge regarding diversity and availability of fodder and ethno-veterinarian plant resources for livestock. Survey questionnaire, participatory observations and field visits were conducted to illicit information. Information on locality, mode of use and seasonal availability was recorded by interviewing the people of studied villages. Fifty four species of fodder plants including trees, shrubs and herbs have been recorded during the present investigation.Click Here To Read More 08-15 DOWNLOAD PDF

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3. Some Records of Owlet Moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) of Chirpine
Forest of Jammu Province
Pawan Kumar, Manoj Kumar & Akhil Kumar During present investigation, eleven species of owlet moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) were identified for the first time from Chirpine forest of six district of Jammu province. Chirpine forests of Jammu province were explored to access and study the Noctuid diversity. Extensive survey was conducted at different selected sites in various districts of Jammu and Kashmir. It has also been emphasized that the life history studies and location of larval host plants of non-pest species are essential from the conservation point of view.Click Here To Read More 16-18 DOWNLOAD PDF

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4. Assessment of Physicochemical Properties of Ghaggar River Ravi Kant Pareek, Ambrina S. Khan, Parteek Srivastva, Surendra Roy The present study was carried out to determine the physico-chemical properties of Ghaggar River water from 20 different sampling sites throughout stretch of Ghaggar River. River water samples were collected from 16 sites out of 20 sites as the last four sampling sites were dried, during the month of May, 2015 and River water samples were taken to the laboratory and analyzed. The analysis was done for the 40 parameters like Turbidity, pH, Total Dissolved Solids, Electrical Conductivity, Total Hardness, Total Alkalinity, Chloride, Calcium, Magnesium, BOD, COD, DO, Iron, Nickel, Cadmium, total phosphorus pesticides and MPN. pH shows that Ghaggar River water is alkaline in nature. Turbidity and Total Dissolved Solids was found above the WHO permissible limits, iron is dominating heavy metal. All the sites were infected by Coliform.Click Here To Read More 19-25 DOWNLOAD PDF

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5. Integrated Farming Strategies for Climatic Resilient Agriculture under Rainfed Conditions in North West Himalayan Regions Gulshan Kumar and Hem Chander The results of the National Innovation on Climatic Resilient Agriculture (NICRA) investigations on integrated farming strategies to cope with rain-fed conditions of Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh are being described. On the basis of hydrological and technical as well as social and cultural conditions, appropriate technological strategies have been implemented to combat the effects of climate change. The main objective was to enhance the resilience of Indian agriculture. The top most priority of the present study was to way out the source of water for meeting minimum critical water needs of crop diversification and maintenance of ecological balance under rainfed condition and to analyze their technical and economical feasibility as well as their affordability for future users.Click Here To Read More 26-41 DOWNLOAD PDF

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6. Synthesis, Structure Elucidation and Biological Studies of 2-{[5-(4- fluorophenyl)-4-phenyl-4H-1,2,4-triazol-3-yl]sulfanyl}-N-arylacetamide derivatives J. P. Jadhav, J. B. Mahyavanshi, M. B. Shukla & K. A. Parmar A series of ten derivatives of titled compounds was designed and synthesized using appropriate route and structures of compounds were determined by FT-IR, 1H NMR and Mass spectroscopy analysis. The synthesized compounds were evaluated for their invitro antibacterial potential using bacterial strain Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli where some of the compounds showed their activeness against the strain.Click Here To Read More 42-47 DOWNLOAD PDF

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7. Synthesis, Identification and Antibacterial Potency of Azo Dyes having Quinolin-8-ol and Active Methylene Moiety Kanchan R. Damade, Jyotsana D. Shinde, Dinesh J. Bhojsing, Vijay S. Patil, Bhaiya S. Chauhan, Kiran R. Kapadane & Chandan I. Rajput In the present study we have reacted the five aryl diazonium salts prepared from nitro substituted anilines and amino substituted benzoic acids and coupled with Quinolin-8-ol and Active methylene group of pent- 1,4-dione respectively. Synthesized compounds are then identified by FTIR Spectroscopical method. The final product, I to V formed has potential to use as azo dyes and as an intermediate in other synthetic procedures or transformations along with this they exhibits good biological activities.Click Here To Read More 48-54 DOWNLOAD PDF

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8. Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Screening of Oxadiazole Incorporated Acetamide Derivatives as Potent Antibacterial Agents Jayesh P. Jadhav, Maharshi B. Shukla, Anil T. Mahato & Kokila A. Parmar A series of ten derivatives of 2-[(5-aryl-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2-yl)sulfanyl]-N-(2,4,6 tribromophenyl) acetamide was synthesized and the structure of synthesized compounds were determined by obtained IR, 1H NMR and Mass spectroscopy data. To evaluate biological potential of synthesized compounds they were subjected for invitro antibacterial study against gram positive bacterial strains Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis and gram negative bacterial strains Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli where antibacterial potential was shown by some compounds.Click Here To Read More 55-60 DOWNLOAD PDF

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9. Synthesis of Novel Methoxy Substituted Benzothiazole Derivatives and Antibacterial activity against Salmonella Typhi Akhilesh Gupta Synthesis and screening of benzothiazole derivatives have great importance in heterocyclic chemistry because of its potent and significant biological activities against Salmonella (S) typhi especially methoxy substitution at benzothiazole. Methoxy substituted benzothiazole derivatives were synthesized by reaction of 3- chloro-4- methoxy-aniline with potassium thiocyanate under temperature control and presence of bromine in glacial acetic acid and ammonia. Substituted nitrobenzamides then synthesized by condensation of, 2 amino-4-chloro-5-methoxybenzothiazole with 2(3or4)-nitrobenzoylchloride acid in presence of dry pyridine and acetone.Click Here To Read More 61-66 DOWNLOAD PDF

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10. Analytical Method Development and Validation for Estimation of Alpha Lipoic Acid in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Dosage Form by UV Spectrometric Method Mayur Patni and Swati Rawat A rapid, specific and economic UV spectrophotometric method has been developed to determine the alpha lipoic acid content in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage formulations. At a pre-determined absorption maxima of 334 nm, it was proved linear in the range of 100-500μg/ml, and exhibited good correlation coefficient (R2=0.998) and excellent mean recovery (99.8% to 101.60%). This method was successfully applied to the determination of alpha lipoic acid and validated statistically and by recovery studies for linearity, precision, repeatability, and reproducibility. The obtained results proved that the method can be employed for the routine analysis of alpha lipoic acid in bulks as well as in the commercial formulations.Click Here To Read More 67-70 DOWNLOAD PDF

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11. Synthesis and Physicochemical Studies on Morphlinecarbamic Acid Capped Silver Nanoparticles Monika Bharti and Shashi Bala Kalia A systematic and detailed study for antibacterial efficacy of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) synthesized with a passivating monolayer of morphlinecarbamic acid using a chemical reduction approach is presented here. As synthesized silver nanoparticles were obtained with good yield, monodispersity, high stability and crystallinity. These AgNPs were characterized by elemental analysis and energy dispersive analysis of X-rays (EDAX). SEM images of powdered sample revealed spherical shape with particle size 100-200 nm. XRD patterns indicated arrangement of silver nanoparticles with a face centered cubic (fcc) structure.Click Here To Read More 71-77 DOWNLOAD PDF

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