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  • Fernandes, M.; Dharne, S.; Kushwah, P.; Pinto, S.; Parab, J.S.; Gad, R.S.; Naik, G.M. (10. Nat. Symp. VLSI and Embedded System, 27-28 Apr 2017. Goa College of Engineering, Farmagudi, Goa. 2017; 5pp.)
    Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that envisions all objects around us as part of internet. IoT coverage is very wide and includes variety of objects like smart phones, tablets, digital cameras and sensors. Once all ...
  • Lobo, L.; Verma, P.; Satardekar, S.; Gad, R.S.; Naik, G.M. (10. Nat. Symp. VLSI and Embedded System, 27-28 Apr 2017. Goa College of Engineering, Farmagudi, Goa. 2017; 4pp.)
    Urban commuting has become a nightmare for a common man who travels to and from work daily in a city. The traffic gets even worse on weekends, as almost half the road is occupied by cars searching for parking. To avoid ...
  • Nemade, B.V. (Kavitarati. (Diwali); 1987; 63-69.)
  • Narvekar, K.U.; Nadkarni, V.S.; Tylczynski, Z.; Srinivasan, B.R. (Materials Today Communications. 19; 2019; 349-351.)
    In this study we examine a case of iron doping in sodium para-nitrophenolate dihydrate single crystal recently reported by Dalal and Kumar (Mater. Lett. 165 (2016) 99-102). We show that, addition of ferric (Fe3+) ions into ...
  • Dhuri, S.N.; Harmalkar, S.S. (Advances in Biological Science Research: A Practical Approach. 2019; 363-380.)
    Dioxygen molecule (O sub(2)) is an important entity for heme and nonheme iron enzymes as the activation and binding of this molecule to iron triggers catalysis of several metabolic reactions in living nature. The iron-oxygen ...
  • Srinivasan, B.R.; Tylczynski, Z. (Published online on arXiv)
    We argue that "L-valine ferric chloride" crystal reported by Geetha et al [Curr. Appl. Phys. 15 (2015) 201-207] is not a new nonlinear optical material but instead a dubious crystal.
  • Petrosyan, A.M.; Srinivasan, B.R. (Optik. 127(3); 2016; 1497-1498.)
    We prove that a so-called "nitramino sulphonic acid" crystal reported by Yesuvadian et al. (Optik 126 (2015) 95-100) is not a new nonlinear optical material but instead the well-known centrosymmetric sulphamic acid crystal.
  • Srinivasan, B.R. (Optik: International Journal for Light and Electron Optics. 127(12); 2016; 5044-5045.)
    A so called 'manganese sulpho tartrate' crystal is the well-known manganese(II) sulfate tetrahydrate and not a new nonlinear optical crystal as claimed by Gandhimathi et al. (Optik 126 (2015) 2925).
  • Srinivasan, B.R.; Nadkarni, V.S. (Optik. 125(19); 2014; 5558-5559.)
    Many details including the reaction scheme of crystal synthesis in a recent paper reporting optical and mechanical properties of 1-(4-fluorostyryl)-4-nitrostilbene (FNS) single crystal, by Dinakaran and Kalainathan (Optik, ...
  • Srinivasan, B.R. (Optik: International Journal for Light and Electron Optics. 127(16); 2016; 6477-6478.)
    The authors of a recent paper (Optik 127 (2016) 3582-3589) report to have grown a so called bis (thiourea) strontium chloride (BTSC) and claim it to be a potential optoelectronic material. In this comment it is shown that ...
  • Shanbhogue, S.; Ramesh, B. (Finance India. 24(4); 2010; 1211-1220.)
    This paper analyses the debt sustainability issues of Government of Goa. The study reveals strong correlation between debt to GDP ratio and primary balance to GDP ratio. Assuming key parameters at baseline level and pegging ...
  • Quintal, S.; Poornima, B.G.; Reddy, Y.V. (Management Today: An International Journal of Management Studies. 7(2); 2017; 68-74.)
    Every consumer ends up purchasing extra items which are never thought of purchasing before entering the store. Most of the time a consumer ends up buying unplanned items from the retail store. This unplanned buying behavior ...
  • AnjanaRaju, G.; Gauncar, D.R. (Indian Journal of Commerce. 64(3); 2011; 13-29.)
  • VinayKumar, U.A.; D'Souza, H.A. (Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research. 33(3); 2016; 341-362.)
    All major religions appear to follow a pattern of social contract with an additional feature of 'termination of the contract' and its 'aftermath', for the soul. This way, religion is known as 'dissolution mechanism' (DM). ...
  • AnjanaRaju, G.; Kanapuri, H.R. (The Journal of Wealth Management. 13(3); 2010; 25-37.)
    The financial crisis and the lackluster domestic equity markets coupled with substantially low interest rates have made the wealthy West shift its focus on emerging markets and in particular Asia. Global wealth managers ...
  • Tripathi, R. (South Asian Survey. 21(1-2); 2014 (published in 2017); 138-150.)
    Much of the writings on the Global South in recent years have focused on the role that some of the emerging economies within the developing world might play in the unfolding global scenario. It is asserted that the rise ...
  • Kadam, H.K.; Tilve, S.G. (ARKIVOC. 2015(4); 2015; 524-539.)
    This review describes the biological activity and synthesis of structurally and biologically significant isoindoloindolone compounds. The various synthetic reports are mainly described under two headings based on use of ...
  • Fernandes, A.R. (Proc. Int. Conf. Computational Linguistics, Speech and Document Processing, ICCLSDP98. 1998; Require pagination (from-to))
  • Krishnamurthy, R.; Cabral, L.; Vidya, R.; Dubey, S.K. (Current Science. 93; 2007; 1073-1074.)
  • Krishnamurthy, R.; Gopinath, S.M.; Dayananda, K.S.; Dubey, S.K. (International Journal of Environmental Sciences. 2(3); 2012; 1742-1753.)
    Water samples were collected from various sampling sites surrounding the ship building industries in Goa and plated on Zobell marine agar (ZMA), Nutrient agar (NA) and Mineral salt medium agar (MSMA) containing 0.1 mM ...