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The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND ANALYTICAL REVIEWS (IJRAR) aims to explore advances in research pertaining to applied, theoretical and experimental Technological studies. The goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in and around the world.


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  Paper Title: THE ISSUES AND CHALLENGS IN INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1294

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  Title: THE ISSUES AND CHALLENGS IN INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

  Author Name(s): Maruti Gouda

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 87-89

 Year: May 2020

 Downloads: 391

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higher education system much better. It needs greater transparency and accountability. India need well skilled and highly educated people who can drive our country economy forward. The role of Indian higher education institutes such as colleges and universities in the present time is to provide quality based education in the field of


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  Paper Title: ETHNO BOTANICAL STUDY OF WILD EDIBLE PLANTS IN ADOLA DISTRICT, SOUTHERN, ETHIOPIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1310

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  Title: ETHNO BOTANICAL STUDY OF WILD EDIBLE PLANTS IN ADOLA DISTRICT, SOUTHERN, ETHIOPIA

  Author Name(s): Sintayo Demise

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 212-228

 Year: May 2020

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ABSTRACT This research was conducted in Adola districts in southern Ethiopia to identify indigenous knowledge related to use of wild Edible plants and their contribution to household in Adola district. The study was carried out between January to March 2019. Ethnobotanical data were collected by interviewing 120 informants (92 males and 27 females) aged 25-95 years and of them18 were key informants. Ethno botanical knowledge of plants used for food. The datas were collected using structured and semi-structured question through face to- face interaction with the informants. The collected data were arranged by using spss software to analysis the descriptive of demographic detail to identify knowledge of informants related to edible plants. Quantitative analytical tools for ethnobotanical methods including simple preference ranking and direct matrix ranking were employed. Ethnobotanical knowledge held by different informants in the study area was compared. Forty six (46) species with 41 genera and 35 families of wild edible plants were documented. Ancanacardiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Flacourtiaceae by 3(8.6%) species were the highest edible plants species followed by Myrtaceae, Asteraceae, Rubiaceae, Rutaceae and Sapindaceae with 2 species (5.7%). In the district the fruits (72.9%) were the most edible plant part and mostly taken as raw. Growth forms of the plants were trees (30.4%) and the highest collection season of edible plants was wet season (61%). Most of the reported wild edible plant species were reported for more than three uses. Agricultural expansion was the principal factor of threatening Wild edible plant in the study area. Better to cultivate and management of edible plants inhome garden and needs to further study of common edible plants species.


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  Paper Title: THE FREEDOM STRUGGLE OF KALYANA KARNATAKA. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KOPPAL AND BALLARI DISTRICT

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1339

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  Title: THE FREEDOM STRUGGLE OF KALYANA KARNATAKA. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KOPPAL AND BALLARI DISTRICT

  Author Name(s): Dr. Somanatha.C.H

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 455-462

 Year: May 2020

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districts of Bellary, Bidar, Gulbarga, Koppal, Yadgir and Raichur with Kalaburagi as the administrative headquarters of


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  Paper Title: Development of Banking and Insurance in India – An overview

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1346

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  Published Paper ID: - IJRAR19D1346

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  Title: DEVELOPMENT OF BANKING AND INSURANCE IN INDIA – AN OVERVIEW

  Author Name(s): Prof. Rajarama.K.L

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 509-518

 Year: June 2020

 Downloads: 70

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security. They also provide support in stabilizing the markets by evening out any fluctuations. The insurance business is broadly divided into three categories, life insurance, health insurance, and non-life insurance. Individuals face many risks like premature death, depletion in income because of retirement, health risks, loss of property, risk of legal


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  Paper Title: MONEY AND BANKING INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND PUBLIC FINANCE IN INDIA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1347

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  Title: MONEY AND BANKING INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND PUBLIC FINANCE IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Ramesha.N.G

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 519-527

 Year: May 2020

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in trade has been the periodic rounds of successful multilateral trade negotiations which have led to a considerable reduction in tariffs on goods crossing national borders. India has entered into trading agreements with various countries


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  Paper Title: ROLE OF EXIM BANK FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - A STUDY

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1348

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  Title: ROLE OF EXIM BANK FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - A STUDY

  Author Name(s): Dr.Swapna.Dundeppa.Mudugal

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 528-535

 Year: May 2020

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international trade. The bank conducts export market studies and assists Indian Joint ventures in third countries. Exim bank getting possession represents money and possesses all the characteristics of money which it represents


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  Paper Title: MAA RAMADEVI THE GREAT WOMAN OF JEEBANAPATHE

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1357

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  Title: MAA RAMADEVI THE GREAT WOMAN OF JEEBANAPATHE

  Author Name(s): Dr.Sanghamitra Bhanja

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 644-647

 Year: April 2020

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Ramadevi Choudhury (3rd Dec 1899-22july 1985) was an legendary women freedom fighter and Social Reformer of Odisha. Being influenced by Mahatma Gandhi she joined the Indian Freedom Movement. She was also a great Social Reformer of Odisha. She had established Harijan Welfare society, Ashprushyata Nivaran samiti, Utkal Khadi Mandal, Tribal Welfare Society, Primary School for Children (Sishu Vihar) & a Cancer Hospital at Cuttack. She also worked to promote education and protect Rights of women. Therefore she was respectfully called as MAA (Mother) by people of Odisha.


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  Paper Title: Division of India; Indian and Pakistan Independent Dimensions – An overview

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1375

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  Title: DIVISION OF INDIA; INDIAN AND PAKISTAN INDEPENDENT DIMENSIONS – AN OVERVIEW

  Author Name(s): Nagaratna.B.Tamminal

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 795-803

 Year: April 2020

 Downloads: 63

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Present paper takes a broad overview of independence on Indian subcontinent particularly India and Pakistan in their subsequent post independence dimensions. In August, 1947, when, after three hundred years in India, the British finally left, the subcontinent was partitioned into two independent nation states: Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan. Immediately, there began one of the greatest migrations in human history, as millions of Muslims trekked to West and East Pakistan (the latter now known as Bangladesh) while millions of Hindus and Sikhs headed in the opposite direction. Many hundreds of thousands never made it.Across the Indian subcontinent, communities that had coexisted for almost a millennium attacked each other in a terrifying outbreak of sectarian violence, with Hindus and Sikhs on one side and Muslims on the other—a mutual genocide as unexpected as it was unprecedented. In Punjab and Bengal—provinces abutting India’s borders with West and East Pakistan, respectively—the carnage was especially intense, with massacres, arson, forced conversions, mass abductions, and savage sexual violence. Some seventy-five thousand women were raped, and many of them were then disfigured or dismembered. Nisid Hajari, in “Midnight’s Furies” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), his fast-paced new narrative history of Partition and its aftermath, writes, “Gangs of killers set whole villages aflame, hacking to death men and children and the aged while carrying off young women to be raped. Some British soldiers and journalists who had witnessed the Nazi death camps claimed Partition’s brutalities were worse: pregnant women had their breasts cut off and babies hacked out of their bellies; infants were found literally roasted on spits.” By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, more than fifteen million people had been uprooted, and between one and two million were dead. The comparison with the death camps is not so far-fetched as it may seem. Partition is central to modern identity in the Indian subcontinent, as the Holocaust is to identity among Jews, branded painfully onto the regional consciousness by memories of almost unimaginable violence. The acclaimed Pakistani historian Ayesha Jalal has called Partition “the central historical event in twentieth century South Asia.” She writes, “A defining moment that is neither beginning nor end, partition continues to influence how the peoples and states of postcolonial South Asia envisage their past, present and future.” After the Second World War, Britain simply no longer had the resources with which to control its greatest imperial asset, and its exit from India was messy, hasty, and clumsily improvised. From the vantage point of the retreating colonizers, however, it was in one way fairly successful.


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  Paper Title: TRIAL OF INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY IN RED FORT; SIMLA CONFERENCE WORLD WAR II ENDS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1376

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  Title: TRIAL OF INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY IN RED FORT; SIMLA CONFERENCE WORLD WAR II ENDS

  Author Name(s): Nagaratna.B.Tamminal

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 804-812

 Year: June 2020

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Trial of Indian National Army in Red Fort; Simla Conference World War II Ends


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  Paper Title: EXTENDED K-MEAN CLUSTERING TECHNIQUE USING MAP REDUCED SEGMENTATION CLUSTERING FOR BIG DATA ANALYTICS

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1387

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  Title: EXTENDED K-MEAN CLUSTERING TECHNIQUE USING MAP REDUCED SEGMENTATION CLUSTERING FOR BIG DATA ANALYTICS

  Author Name(s): M V S PRASAD

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 946-952

 Year: June 2020

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  Paper Title: FUTURE OF VIRTUAL COURTS IN INDIA POST PANDEMIC: AN ANALYSIS

  Publisher Journal Name: IJRAR

  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1393

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  Title: FUTURE OF VIRTUAL COURTS IN INDIA POST PANDEMIC: AN ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): PAPIYA GOLDER

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 982-987

 Year: May-2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic has surely caused an economic depression and various other catastrophes (like that to the health sector and industrial sector). A Similar impact has been made to the legal sector of the country. Due to the nation-wide lockdown, The Supreme Court of India, almost every High Court has been temporarily closed. But can this crisis be used as an opportunity?


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  Paper Title: A brief study on Kannada Kaifiyat’s in the History of Karnataka And its Culture

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJRAR19D1423

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  Title: A BRIEF STUDY ON KANNADA KAIFIYAT’S IN THE HISTORY OF KARNATAKA AND ITS CULTURE

  Author Name(s): Mr Ramesh, Dr. CHIKKANNA

 Publisher Journal name: IJRAR

 Volume: 7

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 213-216

 Year: June 2020

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maps,coins, figures,idols, Manu scripts which were collected were shifted to Britain in 1835 remaining are preserved in presidency college in Chennai. As part of library Kaphiyat may be found. Mechange encourage to write kaiphiyat. Origin of this word is from Arabic and Persian lan-guages. The world came to Karnataka to Kannada language during reign of adilshahi during the reason of Hydher and tippu sultan, parsy scriber who were loving history of whole world were writing and keeping rec-ords which would be stated by local people. Result of this, Kaphiyatuga-lu are plentiful.


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