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    • Van der Waals heterostructures based on allotropes of phosphorene and MoSe2 

      Kaur, Sumandeep; Kumar,Ashok; Srivastava, Sunita; Tankeshwar, K. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017)
      The van der Waals heterostructures of allotropes of phosphorene (?- and ?-P) with MoSe2 (H-, T-, ZT- and SO-MoSe2) are investigated in the framework of state-of-the-art density functional theory. The semiconducting ...
    • Variants in KCNQ1 increase type II diabetes susceptibility in South Asians: A study of 3,310 subjects from India and the US 

      Been, L.F.; Ralhan, S.; Wander, G.S.; Mehra, N.K.; Singh, J.; Mulvihill, J.J.; Aston, C.E.; Sanghera, D.K. (2011)
      Background: Polymorphisms in intron 15 of potassium voltage-gated channel, KQT-like subfamily member 1 (KCNQ1) gene have been associated with type II diabetes (T2D) in Japanese genome-wide association studies (GWAS). More ...
    • Vermi-modification of ruminant excreta using Eisenia fetida 

      Sharma, K.; Garg, V.K. (Springer Verlag, 2017)
      Present investigation aims on the vermicomposting of the excreta of different ruminants to convert it into manure employing earthworm species, Eisenia fetida. A total of 11 feedstocks (FS1?FS11) with different ratios were ...
    • Vermicomposting of lignocellulosic waste: A biotechnological tool for waste management 

      Sharma K.; Garg V.K. (CRC Press, 2017)
      Rapid urbanization and increment in global population have resulted in huge waste mass generation. A significant portion of solid waste is biodegradable in nature, of which a considerable fraction is lignocellulosic biomass. ...
    • Vermiconversion of biogas plant slurry and parthenium weed mixture to manure 

      Yadav, A.; Garg, V.K. (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016)
      Purpose: Parthenium hysterophorus is one among the most troublesome weeds at the global level. It is mainly controlled by chemical methods. The scientific community is in search of new but non-destructive approaches for ...
    • Vermitechnology for Organic Waste Recycling 

      Gupta, R.; Garg, V.K. (Elsevier Inc., 2016)
      The disposal and management of solid wastes is a technical and ecological challenge throughout the globe because of their quantities and heterogeneous nature. Vermicomposting is one of the most ecologically and economically ...
    • Video quality evaluation using DWT-SPIHT based watermarking technique 

      Kumar, Rajeev; Kumar, Sanjeet; Brar, Sukhreet Singh (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2018)
      The video quality analysis is very important in today's video broadcasting and transmission quality control because the quality is a key factor in customer satisfaction. This paper presents a full reference based video ...
    • Violation of human rights of women in south asia: A case study of punjab 1978-1992 

      Singh, Rajnbir (Central University of Punjab, 2013)
      Irrespective of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) 1948, which was evolved to protect the fundamental rights of human beings for realization of human life and liberty with dignity, the violation of human ...
    • Virgin Coconut Oil as Functional Oil 

      Srivastava, Yashi; Semwal, Anil D; Sharma, Gopal K (Elsevier, 2018)
      Virgin coconut oil (VCO) is the freshly obtained mature kernel of the coconut, by mechanical or natural means, with or without the use of heat and without undergoing chemical refining. When compared to copra coconut oil ...
    • Vishav Chintak 

      Kaur, Zameerpal (Punjabi University, Patiala, 2015)
    • Vitex negundo and its medicinal value 

      Gill, Balraj Singh; Mehra, Richa; Navget; Kumar, Sanjeev (Springer, 2018)
      Natural products are rich in several potent bioactive compounds, targeting complex network of proteins involved in various diseases. Vitex negundo (VN), commonly known as �chaste tree�, is an ethnobotanically important ...
    • Vocalising the Concerns of South Asian Women: A Gynocentric Critique of the Novels of Bapsi Sidhwa 

      Singh, Barjinder (Public Knowledge Project, 2015)
      The present paper through a study of the selected novels of Bapsi Sidhwa tries to vocalise the nature of the subjection of women in postcolonial South Asia, a space marked by a history of gender based violence or exploitation, ...
    • Vocational education in higher secondary schools 

      Singh, Shireesh Pal; Singh, S.P.; Grover, S.; Padmanabhan, J. (Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational Research, 2015)
      The competent and trained manpower would be contributing significantly to the industrial development of the nation by establishing small industries. Rapid changes in technology, expansion of market, industrial policies of ...
    • The Volition of Religion in the Devadasi Tradition with Special Reference to Amita Kanekar’s A Spoke in the Wheel 

      Thakur, Smriti; Saini, Alpna (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND TRANSLATION STUDIES (IJELR), 2015)
    • Water consumption pattern in hpuseholds of urban south asia : A study of bathinda city 

      Kaur, Amandeep (Central University of Punjab, 2014)
      Water is used by human being by different ways; mainly it is divided into three different sectors: Agriculture sector, Industrial Sector and Domestic sector. Three of them have different factors that affect the consumption ...
    • Wheat starch production, structure, functionality and applications?a review 

      Shevkani, Khetan; Singh, 2 Narpinder; Bajaj, Ritika; Kaur, Amritpal (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2017)
      Starch is the main component of wheat having a number of food and industrial applications. Thousands of cultivars/varieties of different wheat types and species differing in starch functionality (thermal, retrogradation, ...
    • Whether FDI or Exports Enhance from Indian Manufacturing Firms 

      Singh, Krishan; Kaur, Sandeep (Euro American Association, 2017)
      The economic reforms of 1991 resulted in an increased inflow of FDI into the Indian economy. However, for the invention of new techniques and skills, there is a great need to invest on R&D, requires a huge amount of capital, ...
    • Whether fdi or exports enhance innovation: Evidence from indian manufacturing firms, 2001-2012 

      Singh, K.; Bhatia, S.K. (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2017)
      The economic reforms of 1991 resulted in an increased inflow of FDI into the Indian economy. However, for the invention of new techniques and skills, there is a great need to invest on RandD, requires a huge amount of ...
    • Why is the Labour Force Participation of Women Declining in India? 

      Mehrotra, S.; Parida, J.K. (Elsevier Ltd, 2017)
      This paper explores the recent fall in female labour force participation and its socio-economic determinants in India. The major contribution of this paper is: to explore both micro- and macro-level factors which determine ...
    • Wireless sensor network: Routing protocols and attacks - A survey 

      Purohit, R.; Sidhu, N. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2015)
      Based on end user application a network of hundreds or even thousands of sensor nodes, also known as wireless sensor network, can collect valuable data from an unassisted environment and transmit the information to the ...