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Author(s): DR. P. THILAGAVATHI
Year of Publish -   2017  Volume -   8  Issue -   11
    
DIGITAL INDIA: A UNIQUE STEP TOWARDS E-LEARNING IN INDIA

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Digital India is a Government of India initiative taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Digital India initiative will lead to change in education sector. Prime Minister’s initiative will aim to provide high-tech education using state-of-the-art technology to all. E-learning could be one of the segments that can be best benefited from the initiative. The campaign's target is to provide broadband connectivity to a quarter of a million rural villages by 2019 and making Wi-Fi connections available in schools. Thus, with the Digital India initiative, e-learning looks more vibrant in the future. Digital India initiative is a step in right direction which will achieve the fore set goals. Certain challenges associated with the implementation of this advancement. Thus it requires some pre-requisites.

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Author(s): PRIYA PANDEY, MANEELA JAIN, RAJNEESH PACHOURI
Year of Publish -   2017  Volume -   8  Issue -   12
    
TRACE BACK TECHNIQUE AGAINST DDOS ATTACK ON WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

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The attack classification criteria in WSNs is even more difficult. After analyzing existing frameworks, we have found three types of DDOS frameworks: victim-end defense frameworks, source-end defense frameworks, and distributed defense frameworks. It is too late for victim-end defense frameworks to respond to DDOS attacks. A source-end defense framework cannot achieve good performance due to lack of attack information. In contrast, a distributed framework can achieve better performance by cooperating among distributed multiple defense subsystems. We propose trace back methodologies to control unwanted traffic by mitigating flooding based DDOS attacks. The work concentrates mainly on the detection algorithm should detect a DDOS attack at the originating source with high reliability.

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Author(s): BARLA MALLESH YADAV
Year of Publish -   2017  Volume -   8  Issue -   11
    
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON GOODS AND SERVICES TAX IN INDIA

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GST is one of the biggest reforms in Indian taxation system in post independent era. It is a reform which has taken decades to get a shape. It abolished around 15 state and central indirect taxes to bring uniformity in indirect taxation system. Pre-GST system was a blend of taxes at different levels like central, state, local which lead to double taxation and confusion in the market. There is a hue and cry is going on about GST in Indian economic and political scenario. By implementing GST reform in India; it abridges different tax rates in different states. The motto of GST is “one nation one market one tax” it would make India as a country for ease of doing business which attracts more foreign investments and which also leads to growth of economy by producing lakhs of employment opportunities

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Author(s): PROF. SUSHANT WAGHMARE
Year of Publish -   2017  Volume -   8  Issue -   1
    
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AS A FUNCTION OF GENDER: A STUDY OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN NAGPUR CITY

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Abstract: Employee engagement has emerged as the main deriver for organizational success. This paper attempts to measure the level of employee engagement in Information Technology sector in Nagpur City. A total of 41 employees of a company were taken as the sample for this study (20 males, 21 females). The paper investigates the level of difference in engagement of male and female employees along the parameters of vigor, dedication and absorption with respect to their jobs. The result of the study showed that there is a significant difference along the dimensions of vigor, dedication and absorption between the male and female employees in the IT sector and the females are generally more engaged than the males.

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Author(s): R. K MANJUNATH, SANJANA KOTI, SHRUTI EDWAY
Year of Publish -   2017  Volume -   8  Issue -   1
    
EVALUATION OF IMPACT OF VCO GAIN AND FREQUENCY RANGE ON PLL BASED FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER

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Voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) are widely used in all type of communication equipments. VCOs are one of the important building blocks of Phase locked loops which are used in frequency synthesizers for the generation of high performance signals. VCO performance matrices like frequency range, tuning sensitivity or tuning gain are very important parameters as compared to output power, Phase noise, supply pushing and load pulling for the performance a PLL based frequency synthesizer and are to be carefully considered while designing a frequency synthesizer. This article presents simulation exercises carried out to evaluate impact of VCO gain and frequency range on the performance of PLL based frequency synthesizer. The article also presents different performance parameters which are to be carefully considered for designing a VCO along with a practical design simulation of an 850 MHz VCO.

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