Central University of Haryana

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Narnaul, India

Central University of Haryana in Jant-Pali village, Mahendragarh district of Haryana, India, which is set up in 500 acres , has been established through an Act of Parliament: "The Central Universities Act, 2009" by the Government of India. The territorial jurisdiction of Central University of Haryana is the whole of the Haryana. The first Convocation of the University was held on March 1, 2014.The university has now shifted at its original campus in Jant Pali, Mahendergarh 11 kilometres from the Mahendergarh on the Mahendergarh-Bhiwani road. Professor U P Sinha is the current acting vice-chancellor of the university. Classes started on August 12, 2013. Construction is still proceeding rapidly. The process of shifting against the agitation of villagers is going on to develop the surrounding area of university.The university has operated from its temporary campus at Government Education College at Narnaul. The university will be named after Lord Krishna.A bus facility is also available from the railway station and bus stand.The Central Universities Bill 2009 aims at creating one new central university each in Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. It also seeks to convert Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya in Chhattisgarh, Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya in Sagar and Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University in Uttarakhand into Central universities. Wikipedia.

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Saini G.S.,Amity University | Dubey S.K.,Amity University | Bharti S.K.,Central University of Haryana
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing | Year: 2017

The algorithm presented in this paper deals with use of soft computing technique of Fuzzy logic applied with dynamic graph theory to create graphs which can be efficient in resource allocation process in varied environments, i.e., software project management, operating systems, construction models, etc. The algorithm implies one unique factor of dynamicity which makes graph of resource allocation evolving even after primary design due to chaotic nature of the afore mentioned nature of environments. The use of Fuzzy imparts a logical inference mechanism which rules out non-monotonous reasoning perspective of this dynamicity. The algorithm is robust and adaptive to varied environments. The proposed algorithm will be beneficial for more accurate Engineering in terms of reducing the failures and being more specific in answering the allocation of the resources and how the work has to be undertaken using those resources. It will also emphasize on devising a model which can be adhered to with the proper follow ups such that it could be referred to at the time of chaos or failures. “The development of the Algorithm will be much more product centric and will stick to developer’s view of development along with customer’s view of required functionalities.” © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2017.


Saxena S.,Central University of Haryana | Saxena S.,Siraj Quryat Trading and Contracting LLC.
Information and Learning Science | Year: 2017

Purpose: As the ongoing oil prices’ crisis is emerging as a major cause of concern for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, the constituent governments are attempting at undertaking measures of economic diversification to attain long-term sustainability. The author posits that open government data (OGD) has a significant role to play in facilitating the economic turnaround of the GCC region, given that OGD promotes innovation and economic growth besides providing avenues for collaboration and participation among different stakeholders. Design/methodology/approach: Following a structured literature review, the paper scans literature on OGD followed by providing a typology of countries on the basis of their OGD-adherence (“laggard”, “caged”, “forerunner” and “champ”). This is followed by a discussion on the ongoing oil prices’ crisis, and evidentiary support is lent by examples from the OGD portals of each of the six GCC countries (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates) to provide indicators as to how a robust OGD implementation may support their economic diversification objectives. Findings: Although the present OGD framework of the GCC is relatively weak, it is asserted that OGD has immense potential in facilitating the economic diversification initiatives of the GCC countries. Therefore, the GCC needs to strategize upon institutionalization of their OGD initiatives for realizing their “vision” and goals of economic diversification to result in an economic turnaround effectively. Originality/value: Besides providing a typology of countries as OGD-adherents and categorizing GCC as “forerunner(s)” on the basis of the typology, the originality of the study lies in its attempt to answer the research question: “what is the role of the OGD in facilitating the economic diversification of the GCC?” Conceding that the research on OGD in the GCC context is few and far between, the present study is a significant contribution to the extant literature pertaining to the roll-out of OGD in developing countries. © 2017, © Emerald Publishing Limited.


Kajla A.,Central University of Haryana | Araci S.,Hasan Kalyoncu University
Open Physics | Year: 2017

In the paper the authors introduce the Kantorovich variant of Stancu operators based on Pólya-Eggenberger distribution. By making use of this new operator, we obtain some indispensable auxiliary results. We also deal with a Voronovskaja type asymptotic formula and some estimates of the rate of approximation involving modulus of smoothness, such as Ditzian-Totik modulus of smoothness. The rate of convergence for differential functions whose derivatives are bounded is also obtained. © 2017 A. Kajla and S. Araci 2017.


Saxena S.,Central University of Haryana
Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance | Year: 2017

PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to review the strengths and weaknesses of Open Government Data (OGD/Open Government Data) in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Design/methodology/approachThe paper takes a qualitative approach to explore the OGD portals of the GCC countries FindingsThe OGD policies of the GCC countries are at an early stage and there are many challenges that need to be addressed. Specifically, there are privacy concerns regarding the utilization and harnessing of OGD and users are wary of sharing their vital information via the internet owing to information leaks. Besides, the paper throws light on some of the lessons which may be derived from the OGD policies of developed nations. Originality/valueAcademic research on OGD implementation in the GCC is limited. This study seeks to fill the gap in the extant literature by probing different dimensions associated with OGD implementation in the GCC context. © 2017, © Emerald Group Publishing Limited.


Hooda B.,Central University of Haryana | Rastogi V.,Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Optik | Year: 2017

A simple, compact, low cost and highly sensitive refractive index sensor based on single mode leaky planar waveguide is reported. An optical waveguide fabricated on glass substrate has been proposed to construct the sensor. In this structure Cytop works as guiding layer while Teflon forms the cladding layers. Propagation of light in Cytop layer is strongly affected by the refractive index of external medium placed on top of Teflon layer. If the refractive index of the medium is close to or greater than that of Cytop, there is leakage of power from Cytop layer to external medium which affects the transmittance of the waveguide. The structure can be designed to have strong variation in transmittance with the refractive index of external medium and, thus, can be utilized as a highly sensitive refractive index sensor for biomedical applications. In this paper we have carried out the designs of such refractive index sensor for various biological and chemical applications. We design a sensor having sensitivity of the order of 104 dB/RIU. Fabrication of the sensor can be carried out by using spin coating technique. Long sensing range, high sensitivity, simple manufacturing process and compactness make the sensor attractive for diverse applications. © 2017 Elsevier GmbH


Saxena S.,Central University of Haryana
Library Hi Tech News | Year: 2017

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to appreciate the futuristic trends of Big and Open Linked Data (BOLD). While designating the ongoing progress of BOLD as BOLD 0.0, the paper also identifies the trajectory of BOLD 0.0 as BOLD 1.0, BOLD 2.0 and BOLD 3.0 in terms of the complexity and management of data sets from different sources. Design/methodology/approach: This is a viewpoint and the ideas presented here are personal. Findings: The trajectory of BOLD shall witness ever-growing challenges as the nature and scope of data sets grow complicated. The paper posits that by the time BOLD would attain its maturity, there would be a need for newer technologies and data architecture platforms which are relatively affordable and available as “Open Source”, if possible. Research limitations/implications: Being exploratory in approach, this viewpoint presents a futuristic trend, which may or may not be valid. Nevertheless, there are significant practical implications for the academicians and practitioners to appreciate the likely challenges in the coming times for ensuring the sustainability of BOLD. Originality/value: While there are a number of studies on BOLD, there are no studies which seek to propose the possible trends in BOLD’s progress. This paper seeks to plug this gap. © 2017, © Emerald Publishing Limited.


Yadav A.,Central University of Haryana | Garg V.K.,Central University of Punjab
Environmental Science and Pollution Research | Year: 2016

This paper reports the effect of earthworm population density on the vermicomposting of effluent treatment plant sludge of a bakery industry. Four waste mixtures containing 0, 10, 20, and 30 % sludge along with cow dung with five different worm population densities were established for 14 weeks under controlled moisture and temperature conditions. The results showed that average worm biomass, growth and cocoon production were lesser at higher population densities. Sexual maturity was attained in 3rd to 5th week in all waste mixtures. Worm growth was inversely related to worm population density in the waste mixture. Results also indicated that lower worm population is favorable to worm biomass production. On the other hand, mineralization and stabilization of the waste mixtures were more at higher worm populations. © 2016 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg


Mondal A.,Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research | Sunda A.P.,Central University of Haryana | Balasubramanian S.,Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics | Year: 2016

Critical aspects of thermal behavior and the electrolytic properties of solid-state Protic Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals (POIPCs) are unknown. We present molecular dynamics (MD) simulations on a perfect crystal and a vacancy model to probe such physical phenomena in POIPCs using 1,2,4-triazolium perfluorobutanesulfonate ([TAZ][pfBu]) as an example. The results show the existence of a rotator phase wherein the cations, although translationally ordered are disordered rotationally and exhibit a tumbling motion which significantly affects hydrogen bond lifetimes. van Hove correlation functions characterize the concerted hopping of ions (cation or anion) at 500 K. These results are substantiated by calculated free energy barriers (cation = 2.5 kcal mol-1 and anion = 6 kcal mol-1) and suggest that proton and ion transport influenced by facile hydrogen bond dynamics in the rotator phase contribute to the solid-state conductivity of POIPCs. © 2016 the Owner Societies.


Kumar M.,Inter University Accelerator Center | Kumar T.,Central University of Haryana | Avasthi D.K.,Inter University Accelerator Center
Scripta Materialia | Year: 2015

Plasmonic properties of metal nanomaterials critically affect on thermal treatments. One of such effects is 'plasmonic-bleaching' observed in 'atom beam co-sputtering' derived Ag:TiO2 nanocomposite thin films, when annealed at 450 °C. The origin of bleaching is investigated using glancing angle X-ray diffraction and Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy. The kinetics of Ag nanoparticles during the deposition and after thermal treatment is presented to understand involved host-matrix interactions. Based on Rutherford Materials Program simulation, possible mechanism of bleaching is presented. © 2015 Acta Materialia Inc. All rights reserved.


Yadav A.C.,Central University of Haryana
Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics | Year: 2016

Stochastic processes wherein the size of the state space is changing as a function of time offer models for the emergence of scale-invariant features observed in complex systems. I consider such a sample-space reducing (SSR) stochastic process that results in a random sequence of strictly decreasing integers {x(t)},0≤t≤τ, with boundary conditions x(0)=N and x(τ) = 1. This model is shown to be exactly solvable: PN(τ), the probability that the process survives for time τ is analytically evaluated. In the limit of large N, the asymptotic form of this probability distribution is Gaussian, with mean and variance both varying logarithmically with system size: (τ)∼lnN and στ2∼lnN. Correspondence can be made between survival-time statistics in the SSR process and record statistics of independent and identically distributed random variables. © 2016 American Physical Society.

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