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Vaish D.,Sector II c | Vaish D.,P.A. College | Singh R.K.,Sector II c | Avinash B.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
Pollution Research | Year: 2010

Betwa is one of the important rivers of Madhya Pradesh. This river is also facing the problem of pollution. In the present study an attempt is made to assess the water quality of Betwa River at various stations and at the same time to assess the impact of agricultural practices on water quality. The water quality analysis clearly indicates that nutrient loading takes place at the stations situated near by the agricultural fields. At these stations higher values of nitrates and phosphates were recorded. Copyright © EM International.


Anu,P.A. College | Upadhyaya S.K.,P.A. College | Bajpai A.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication | Shrivatava N.,Sagar Institute of Science and Technology
Pollution Research | Year: 2010

Aesthetic and life supporting qualities of freshwater lakes are is deteriorating due to increase in pollution. Present study was focused on the assessment of water quality of upper and lower lakes of Bhopal. The lakes were constructed respectively in the 11th and 18th century. The Upper Lake has been one major source of potable water and lower lake is used for secondary purposes. The lakes are polluted by floral offering and immersion of Ganesh, Durga idols and Tazia during Ganesh Utsav, Navratri and Muhrrum. The water samples were taken from the identified sampling stations of these water bodies to assess the water quality. The parameters like DO, BOD, COD, Total Hardness, Phosphate, and Nitrate were studied during the study. Higher values of BOD, COD, Total Hardness, Phosphate and Nitrate during and after idol immersion indicate pollution due to idol immersion. Copyright © EM International.


Vaish D.,P.A. College | Singh R.K.,P.A. College | Bajpai A.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
Pollution Research | Year: 2011

Betwa is one of the most important rivers of Madhya Pradesh. Among the other rivers Betwa river is also facing the problem of depletion of fish diversity. During the period of study an attempt is made to assess the number of fish species which are present at three stations, covers approximate 180 km of river. At some stations higher number of fishes were recorded due to depth of river and availability of water etc. Copyright © EM International.


Anu,P.A. College | Upadhyaya S.K.,P.A. College | Bajpai A.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
Pollution Research | Year: 2011

Bhopal the capital of M.P is known as the "city of lakes", owing to a large number of water bodies present in and around Bhopal. But they are grossly polluted by domestic raw sewage from the surrounding habitation, agricultural waste, and industrial wastes. Present study is focused on comparison of water quality of two water bodies mainly Kolar dam and Halali dam near Bhopal. Kolar reservoir is the main source of potable water in Bhopal city while Halali dam is mainly used for recreational and secondary purposes. This may lead to decrease in storage capacity of these water bodies. The water samples were taken from the identified sampling points of these water bodies to assess the water quality. Higher values of BOD, COD, Heavy metal (Cu) in Halali dam indicates the pollution level in Halali dam. Copyright © EM International.


Bansal M.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication | Agrawal C.P.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Technologies, ACCT | Year: 2014

Software metrics play an important role in developing high quality software as well as to improve the developer's productivity. To produce high quality object oriented applications, emphasis during early phases of software development is necessary. In this paper a review and analysis of object oriented metrics is presented for identification and validation of object oriented metrics and out of various metrics, a limited set of metrics is identified that have a significant role in software complexity and quality measurement. © 2014 IEEE.


Anu,P.A. College | Upadhyaya S.K.,P.A. College | Bajpai A.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
Pollution Research | Year: 2010

Bhopal the capital of M.P., India is known as the "city of lakes", owing to a large number of water bodies present in and around Bhopal. But they are grossly polluted by domestic raw sewage from the surrounding habitation, agricultural waste, industrial waste, urbanization. The present study was focused on effect of urbanization on lower lake. The water of lower lake is compared with a reservoir which is away from the urban area. For this we have selected Lower lake and Halali dam. The water samples were taken from the identified sampling stations of these water bodies to assess the water quality. Higher values of BOD, COD, Heavy metal (Cu) in Lower lake indicate the pollution level in Lower lake due to urbanization. Copyright © EM International.


Anu,P.A. College | Upadhyaya S.K.,P.A. College | Bajpai A.,Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
Pollution Research | Year: 2010

Present study was focused on the assessment and comparison of water quality of various water bodies in and around Bhopal. Five water bodies (Kolar dam, Halali dam, Upper lake, Shahpura lake and Lower lake) were selected on the basis of there different location and different uses. Upper lake, Lower lake and Shahpura lake are located in urban area whereas Kolar dam and Halali dam are located in rural areas. Upper lake and Kolar reservoir are the main source of potable water in Bhopal city while the Lower lake, Shahpura lake and Halali dam are mainly used for recreational and secondary purposes. All these five water resources are used for different purposes, so water pollution in these water bodies are caused by different sources. Water quality of all five water reservoirs was assessed for a period of one year during present study. The parameters like pH, Total hardness, Specific conductivity and MPN of coliforms were studied during the study. Copyright © EM International.

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