Abstract: As energy becomes the current catchphrase in business, industry, and society, energy alternatives are becoming increasingly popular. Hydroelectricity exists as one option to meet the growing demand for energy and is discussed in this paper. Numerous consideration factors exist when building hydropower plants; whether the concerns are global or local, each has been measured when discussing this renewable energy source. From environmental and economic costs of constructing such plants to proposing the addition of hydropower generating capabilities in Jammu and Kashmir, the authors have used personal experience from field studies and intensive research to cover the topic of Hydro Power Projects in J&K State-Potential Scenario. Keywords:-Hydro power, Renewable Energy, Micro and Mini projects, Energy Deficit
size of 250 m, and the subgrid topography was described by a 50 m resolution DEM. The land uses have been reclassi- fied to 3 SiB2 categories (Agriculture/C3 grassland, Dwarf trees and shrubs, and broadleaf shrubs with bare soil). In the Dadongshu-Yakou (DY) station (with the elevation of 4146.8 m; see Fig. 3), surface meteorological variables, as well as soil moisture and soil temperature profiles were mea- sured (with soil moisture and temperature sensors) contin- uously at the 10-min interval from 21 November 2007 to 20 November 2008. The precipitation, relative humidity, air temperature, and wind speed, as well as air pressure, down- ward longwave and shortwave radiation, obtained from the station were summated into the hourly time series and taken as the forcing data for the whole watershed because the basin is small and distributed data is not available. The surface air temperature inputs were modified with a lapse rate of 6.5 K km −1 , considering the elevation differences between the model grids and the DY station. However, the altitudi- nal effect on relative humidity was assumed negligible. At the basin outlet, the Binggou stream gauge was newly built in 2008 and discharge data has been obtained from 17 Jan- uary to 20 November 2008 for model evaluation, with the frequency of several times a day. The method of discharge measurements is briefly described as follows. First, a rect- angle cross section was built using concrete at the selected point. Second, the water depth (which was used to derive the area of the cross section) and the flow velocity at the cross section were measured by the local staff several times
7. WHO Monitoring and epidemiological assessment of mass drug administration in the global programme to eliminate lymphatic filariasis: a manual for national elimination programmes; WHO: Geneva, 2011; pp 1-79. 8. Weil, G. J.; Curtis, K. C.; Fakoli, L.; Fischer, K.; Gankpala, L.; Lammie, P. J.; Majewski, A. C.; Pelletreau, S.; Won, K. Y.; Bolay, F. K.; Fischer, P. U., Laboratory and field evaluation of a new rapid test for detecting
We use the decay B ! J= c K as the normalization channel for branching fraction determinations. The selec- tion criteria are similar to those used for the J= c K þ K final state, except for particle identification requirements since here the loose kaon identification criterion is used. Similar variables are used for the BDT, except that the variables describing the combination of K þ and K in the J= c K þ K final state are replaced by the ones that describe the K meson. The BDT training uses B ! J= c K simulated events as signal and data in the sideband region 5400 < m ð J= c K Þ < 5450 MeV as background. The re- sulting invariant mass distribution of the J= c K candi- dates satisfying the BDT classifier output greater than 0.1 is shown in Fig. 4. The signal is fit with a sum of two Gaussian functions with common mean, and the combinatorial back- ground is fit with a linear function. There are 322 696 596 signal and 3484 88 background candidates within 20 MeV of the B peak.
For any school, college or other educational institutes like Polytechnic Colleges of J&K India, students are an important asset to produce skilled human resource out of these with great quality who excel in academics, practical knowledge, self-development and innovative thinking. For achieving this, it is very much necessary to analyze the performance of the candidates at various levels. The Performance measurements help in the overall development of the candidates besides it helps all the stakeholders to take appropriate corrective measures to address the issues that can be interpreted from the collective analysis and further strengthen the areas in which the students are already good. The performance levels can be
16. Kour A, Rao A, Kapila S &Kumar SS. Taxonomical studies of genus Mniumfrom district Budgam (J&K) India. International Journal of Science and Research, 2015; 4(3): 1651-1658. 17. Sharma A, Langer A&Uniyal PL. A Preliminary Report on the Mosses of Rajouri and
Licensed under Creative Common Page 4 dream of an entrepreneurial society is to be realized (Uma, J. And D. Saluja, 2009). Additionally, the educational institutions need to make conscious and concerted efforts to Promote entrepreneurship as a profession, make students think innovatively, provide help in identifying business opportunities, expose students to various aspects of business management, help develop business plans through faculty and professional mentors, Network with venture capitalists, banks and financial institutions, extend help in understanding and completing legal formalities, develop incubation cells to facilitate the young entrepreneur in fertilization of their dream ideas and promote interactive sessions with successful business icons (Uma, J. And D. Saluja, 2009). To meet all these objectives there is a tremendous need to introduce entrepreneurship education in all the educational institutions besides the other academic courses. It is because of this understanding that in the past 10 to 15 years, entrepreneurship education has grown dramatically throughout the world, particularly in those countries already known as entrepreneurial such as the US, Canada and Australia. This growth is reflected in the development of numerous new entrepreneurship curricula, study programmes and initiatives, as well as increasing research activities on enterprise education in general, and on its various effects and best practices in particular (Ulrich, 2006). Some of the comprehensive studies like Botham and Mason (2007) looking at outcomes and impact of entrepreneurship education assessed the relevance and quality of the education, business start-up and expansion rates, changes in business practices, business indicators, and employment generation. All this review analysis necessities importance of the development of entrepreneurship education ecosysytem and its assessment across the economies.
The quinquennial assessment on employment – unemployment carried out by NSSO provides approximations on numerous topographies pertaining to profession and unemployment at the national as well as state level. The data on unemployment-employment condition across the state has also become an unwavering story of all the NSSO survey rounds on some particular constraints. The latest NSS survey- 66th round conducted during July, 2009 – June, 2010 throughout India constitutes an important source of information on joblessness. The idleness rates revealed by 66th round of NSS for J&K state in comparison to all India figures are given in the following table 2:
In this scenario, the failure and repair situation is not taken into consideration due to the reliability of the production line. The setup procedure is not considered as well because the difference for different product types is predetermined by the raw materials and rest steps in the production line are all the same among all the product types. Thus, there’s no necessity for setting up the machines to produce new types. Figure 5 describes the situation while switching from product type j to j+1.
Teacher Education Institutions or District Institutes of Education and Training (DIET) in J&K need to develop strategies and plan to improve the teaching-learning process to assure that all future teachers are well prepared/equipped to use Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) . They are facing the challenge of preparing a new generation of teachers to make the best use of technology at their level. So, in order to ensure teacher educators to have knowledge and skills of using the new technology, a training programme in ICT was designed by DIET Ganderbal. The purpose of the programme was to make the DIET faculty aware about operation and use of ICT, computers and internet for developing their teaching strategies and improving learning outcome of students. It was an attempt to develop a healthy positive attitude of the teacher educators towards the new technology and its importance in our teachers training programmes.
Development of human resource in present scenario involves huge investments on the part of organizations. So the development should be considered keeping in view the need for the same. Emerging trends in the market and forecasting manpower requirement at different levels in the organization demands development of HR. Various mechanisms are used by the organizations for development of their human resource, be it on a large or small scale. Research on HRD mechanisms at national and international level, particularly in health care sector is limited. Taking into consideration the limited study on health care sector, the present study was undertaken on two hospitals SKIMS & Fortis Chandigarh in the state of J&K (India) with special attention to Performance Appraisal system (PAS) and Training and Development (T&D). The results revealed that HRD Mechanisms in SKIMS and Fortis was above satisfactory. Both the genders were of the common opinion about the HRD mechanisms in the health care sector.
The family of all k -fold symmetric functions is denoted by S k , and for k = 2 we get the class of odd univalent functions. The notion of ( j , k ) -symmetrical functions ( k = 2,3, … , and j = 0,1,2, … , k − 1 ) is a generalization of the notion of even, odd, k -symmetrical functions and also generalizes the well-known result that each function defined on a symmetrical subset can be uniquely expressed as the sum of an even function and an odd function. The theory of ( j , k ) -symmetrical functions has many interesting applications; for instance, in the investigation of the set of fixed points of mappings, for the estimation of the absolute value of some integrals, and for obtaining some results of the type of Cartan’s uniqueness theorem for holomorphic mappings, see .
However, we shall see that the twist-2 nonfactorizable effects are numerically small; the predicted decay rate of B → J / ψ K is too small by a factor of 7 ∼ 10. Therefore, it is inevitable that higher- twist effects, which are seemingly power- suppressed, play an essential role. Chirally enhanced corrections arise from twist-3 two-particle light-cone distribution amplitudes, whose normalization involves the quark