Volume 1 Issue 1
Mersedeh Adabi, Golnar Adabi
The Effect of Rational Organization on the Staff Performances in Education Administration of Tehran, District 4 Staff
Abstract: From the rational theory perspective, an organization is a means to achieve certain and established goals. Being rational is not only objective, but also incorporate ways to achieve the goal. In any organization, after the implementation of rational systems, its effectiveness on the organization’s output including staff performances must be explored. In this paper, we have investigated the effects of rational organization on performance of employees at district 4 of Tehran’s education administration, through the statistical software SPSS and Lisrel for structural equation of model. Results showed a positive and significant correlation between the effects of rationalization on the performance of staff of district 4 education administration.
B.Kiran Bala, J.Lourdu Joanna
Multi Modal Biometrics using Cryptographic Algorithm
Abstract: Security is a major issue in all recent developing technologies, for that system deals with palm-vein and Iris (Biometrics inputs) from the user and then extract the features like edge, texture using the feature extraction algorithm from both palm vein and iris captured images simultaneously and then apply cryptographic algorithm (Blow fish) to that extracted features. Finally cipher text will be generated and stored in the database. Matching algorithm is also a major issue for the multimodal biometrics to avoid the time delay the proposed system matching algorithm avoid the time delay and also the system avoid the false acceptance rate as well as false rejection rate is very low compare to the existing system has been justify by the system results.
Balajee Maram, Dr Challa Narasimham
A Cognitive Cryptographic Approach Using DRDP Method
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Abstract: In Digital era, our life is bound with digital technology. In Information Technology, everything is available in digital form only. In the field of data communication, there is a need to send and receive data. But we don’t know the data will reach the destination successfully and securely. Security and privacy plays an important role in digital and data communication. In the field of secure data communication, cryptography is very important technique. Till now, we have seen many algorithms that are related to symmetric and asymmetric encryption and decryption. Most of the algorithms are related to text/data only. In this technique, there is a need to maintain one shared secret key or a pair of privatepublic keys. Why can’t we send encrypted data without using any key(s)? This proposed method tells us how to implement cryptography using mathematical method “Double-Reflecting Data Perturbation Method”.
Agrawal Rajesh, Phadatare R
A Study of Employee Attrition at International Automotive Components, Pune
Abstract: Organizations around the world are swept by different issues to run the business like challenges of globalization, liberalization, privatization, recession etc. Now the time has come to think beyond it. As it’s rightly said, “If employees are to be products, their shelf-lives are getting shorter” Attrition is beginning to significantly affect offshore ROI. Just as businesses faced a scarcity of talented IT resources during the dotcom era, organizations in offshore countries such as India are experiencing similar pains. Skilled employees are hopping from job to job and taking with them the customer knowledge and technical expertise that any company needs. Their salaries are increasing, along with their perks, benefits, and bonuses. Global outsourcing and the astounding amount of foreign direct investment pouring into China, Russia, and India have created tremendous opportunities and competition for talented professionals in those countries. The downside of this increased competition is a rising rate of attrition, particularly in India. Through this paper we attempt to know about various reasons for attrition at International Automotive Components, Pune. Findings of the study suggest that company can look into various options like good rewards, bonding program and stronger carrier path.
Keram, Komal Singh
Response of Zinc Fertilization to Wheat on Yield, Quality, Nutrients Uptake and Soil Fertility Grown In a Zinc Deficient Soil
Abstract: A field investigation was conducted during winter (rabi) season 2010-11 and 2011-12 in Vertisol to study the response of wheat yield, nutrient uptake, protein content and effect on soil properties to zinc application. The recommended doses of N, P and K were applied @ 120 N : 60 P2O5 : 40 K2O kg ha-1 in combination with Zn @ 0, 1.25, 2.50, 5.00, 10.00 and 20.00 kg ha-1 as zinc sulphate at the time of sowing in all the treatments. Pooled analysis of data revealed that yield, harvest index, nutrient (N, K and Zn) uptake and quality increased significantly with the application of recommended NPK+Zn @ 20.00 kg ha-1 by wheat as compare to NPK alone. In general, yield, harvest index, total nutrient uptake and quality increased up to highest level of Zn, except total P uptake. The maximum yield (grain – 4.66 and straw – 5.44 t ha-1), harvest index (46.07), total nutrient uptake (N – 123.19 kg ha-1, K – 90.86 kg ha-1 and Zn – 327.74 g ha-1), total carbohydrate (70.37%) and gluten (12.37%) content was achieved by the application of 20.00 kg Zn ha-1 with recommended NPK as compare to control and other treatments, while the total P uptake was decline with increasing levels Zn. There is no appraisal change in soil pH, EC, organic carbon and CaCO3, but the status of DTPA-extractable Zn of soil was improved remarkably due to rational Zn fertilization combined with recommended NPK.
Of Scholarly Writing and Creative Writing (An Avant-Garde Approach)
Abstract: Creative writing does not inform rather reveals. So it bears no reference. The present article is an outcome of creative writing meant for lay readers. As such free style is the methodology adopted so that pleasure of reading can be enjoyed by the common mass. In this paper the basic differences between scholar and creator are discussed. A scholar is honored everywhere but a creator gets hatred instead and thereby dies unfed, unwept, unsung and unknown as well. The paradox is that a Shakespearean scholar, doing research on the immortal creations of Shakespeare, is awarded a Doctoral Degree, but Shakespeare, the creator himself, had no formal education beyond school.