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PARIPEX INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH 

About: PARIPEX INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Medicine & Surgery. Over the lifetime, 873 publications have been published receiving 17 citations.

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TL;DR: Demand-side management (DSM) as mentioned in this paper gives consumers and utilities the power to make informed choices about how they use energy, changing the load profiles and lowering peak demands in the smarter distribution network.
Abstract: In conventional power grids, the supply and demand sides of electricity are largely separate, and the operations side is the only one who has access to grid monitoring data. Power networks need to be able to meet electrical demand on a regular basis in order to remain stable, which necessitates planning and communication from both parties. Electric power generation and supply must advance if grid stability, security, and effectiveness are to be improved. The smart grid concept makes the next-generation electricity network smarter and more intelligent by enabling information flow in both ways and active engagement from all connected parties. Modern technologies must be created in order to address issues with economic growth, energy security, and energy sustainability. Demand-side management (DSM) gives consumers and utilities the power to make informed choices about how they use energy, changing the load profiles and lowering peak demands in the smarter distribution network. DSM has been employed recently as a method to maintain a balance between increasing energy needs and consumption.

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TL;DR: In this paper , the application of energy efficient policies and the demand response techniques with various Demand-side management (DSM) strategies is discussed. And the authors mainly focus on the various characteristics that would lead to effective implementation of DSM programs with particular attention of the residential energy demand.
Abstract: Being more than a decade old idea, the Demand-side management (DSM) is among the most vital part of the modern smart grid. DSM enables the utilities to minimize the gap between the supply and the demand by optimizing their pattern of user loads. At the same time, it helps them in achieving economic and energy efficient systems by reducing the peak to average (PAR). The implementation of DSM programs by the utilities could help them in improving their reliability, power quality, energy, and system efficiency. On the other hand, customers could be use it to improve their load profile, reduce the peak demands, save energy, and motivate them use more and more renewable energy. Thus, both the utilities and the consumers get benefitted by the implementation of DSM program in the smart grid. This study tries to understand the application of energy efficient policies and the demand response techniques with various DSM strategies. The study mainly focuses on the various characteristics that would lead to effective implementation of DSM programs with particular attention of the residential energy demand. Also, there will be a focus on enhancement of energy efficiency leading to more effective policy responses. The researchers could find this study very helpful as it could be employed to maximize the utility profits, the total load factor, peak demand and also minimize the consumer usage bills.

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TL;DR: This study concludes JPMR technique is very effective in reducing depression, anxiety and stress among physiotherapy students.
Abstract: Background: Physiotherapy college students repeatedly experience different stresses which render them more vulnerable to psychological problems that may affect their emotional, psychosocial and physical health. The aim of this study was to find out the prevalence of depression, anxiety and stress among physiotherapy students and to determine the effect of progressive muscle relaxation technique (PMR)on reducing depression, anxiety and stress among students. Methodology: A quasi experimental study design with purposive sampling technique. Study setting- KMCH college of physiotherapy, Coimbatore. A sample of 20 subjects between the age of 19 to 22 years, randomly categorised into two groups- experimental group and control group respectively. Group A trained with progressive muscle Intervention: relaxation. Group B allowed to do their routine activities. Outcome measures were depression, anxiety and stress scale (DASS 42). RESULTS: There is a significant statistical difference between pre test and post test values of DASS. Conclusion: This study concludes JPMR technique is very effective in reducing depression, anxiety and stress among physiotherapy students.

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TL;DR: Wetland inventory provides guidance for the systematic collection of resource data using both tradition manual and advanced remote sensing tools as mentioned in this paper , whereas wetland assessment includes identification of ecosystem stature and extent threat caused.
Abstract: The destruction caused to natural resources by human activity to a certain extent is rectified by the wetland,but the pace of disappearing wetland created a situation to find requisite program and tool for Wetland Inventory, Assessment and Monitoring. Several organizations are working cumulatively designing methodologies and policies to restore and improve the biotic characteristic. Wetland inventory provide guidance for the systematic collection of resource data using both tradition manual and advanced remote sensing tools.WhereasWetland assessment includes identification of ecological stature and extent threat caused.Wetland monitoring is collection of information of the assessment activities as a result of the management and conducting surveillance in the existing and reduced threat.This review discusses the various methodologies followed by different situations around the globe.

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TL;DR: In the early 1970s, electronic word of mouth (eWOM) was first utilised when consumers' daily conversations reflect their interest in a company's product or service as discussed by the authors .
Abstract: In the early 1970s,word of mouth is first utilised when consumers' daily conversations reflect their interest in a company's product or service.As a general rule,it is free advertising that is sparked by client experiences that go above and beyond their expectations.With the rapid adoption of technologies, electronic word of mouth (eWOM) has allowed humans to engage with the worldwide market by providing comments and statements via the Internet of Things (IOT). Moreover, the pandemic of Covid-19 has led to the increase in usage of eWOM. This research deals with some theories and antecedents that influences eWOM. Furthermore, the impacts of covid-19 on eWOM in the hospitality and tourism industry,importance and the impacts of eWOM are also discussed.This research analyses the drivers,importance and impacts of eWOM.

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No. of papers from the Journal in previous years
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2023376
2022535