Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited , also known as Mobile TeleSystems and commonly referred to by the abbreviation MTS, is the Indian subdivision of Russian Mobile TeleSystems telecommunication company headquartered in New Delhi, India. It provides wireless voice, broadband Internet, messaging and data services in India. MTS India is a subsidiary of Russian conglomerate Sistema and operates across India with over 16 million customers as on 2012. Wikipedia.

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Jobanputra C.R.,MTS India
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences | Year: 2012

The formulations consisting of a hydrophilic and hydrophobic material were investigated for effect on drug-release pattern from the matrices. Gum damar and gum copal being water-insoluble were used to study the efficiency of combined matrices to sustain the release of drug. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose K100M and diclofenac sodium were used as the hydrophilic material and model drug, respectively. The influence of concentration of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose on drug release pattern of hydrophobic material was determined. The optimum ratio of drug: polymer was found to be 1:1. The hydrophobic:hydrophilic polymer ratio of 75:25 was found to have a similar release pattern as that of marketed formulation. At this ratio, the initial burst-release that occurred in individual hydrophobic matrices was lowered to a great extent. The release of drug was found to follow Higuchi's equation as the concentration of hydrophobic material was increased. The formulations were compared with marketed formulation Voveran SR, and a correlation was drawn accordingly.

Vaghela P.D.,Gujarat University | Tank H.M.,MTS India | Chavda J.R.,B K Mody Government Pharmacy College | Shah P.I.,Gujarat University
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research | Year: 2016

The aim of present work was to improve the physicochemical and processing parameters of the drug having poor aqueous solubility and poor flowability of the drug Ibuprofen (IBU) by its crystallization in presence of different excipient/s for direct compression. Crystals could be successfully prepared by solvent evaporation method of crystallization technique in presence of Saccharin sodium. Treated crystals were resulted with unique melting behavior, enhanced aqueous solubility (22.02 folds) and dissolution (3.29 folds) having a stoichiometric molar ratio of 1.58: 0.014. Control batch crystals showed improvement in different properties by crystal engineering approach. SEM images of treated crystals revealed bigger and platy shaped crystals with aspect ratio near to unity. Treated crystals showed improvement in flowability and packability with higher drug content (99.83 %). Heckel plot analysis depicted the greater plastic deformation (K= 0.222) and tensile strength with negligible elastic recovery compared to pure drug (K=0.833). FT-IR spectra concluded formation of hydrogen bond between drug and excipient. Treated crystals were also characterized by DSC study revealed the formation of a crystal form and compatibility of drug with the excipient under study. The improvement in physicochemical, pharmacotechnical and mechanical parameters of Ibuprofen by the crystal engineering approach could be highlighted. © 2016, Global Research Online. All rights reserved.

Vyas A.J.,MTS India | Jobanputra C.R.,MTS India
International Journal of ChemTech Research | Year: 2010

An isocratic ion pair chromatographic (IPC) method for simultaneous determination of nabumetone (NAB) and paracetamol (PCM) was developed for the application to pharmaceuticals. Isocratic ion pair chromatographic method was employed for quantitative analysis using triethylamine and tetrabutyl ammonium hydroxide sulphate (TBAH) as ion-pair reagents. The IPC assay was carried out using an Inert Sil ODS 3V (5μ,25 cm× 4.6 mm, i.d.) column. The mobile phase consisted of 0.43 g of TBAH dissolved in 1000 ml of a mixture of acetonitrile, water and triethylamine (300:700:1, v/v) adjusted with phosphoric acid to pH 6.5. The calibration curves of NAB and PCM showed good linearity in the concentration range 2-100 μg/ml with UV detection (239 nm) for pharmaceuticals. The correlation coefficients were better than 0.999 in both cases. The lower limits of detection (defined as asignal-to-noise ratio of about 3) were approximately 0.29 μg/ml for NAB and 2.8 μg/ml for PCM. The procedure described here is rapid, simple, selective, and is suitable for routine analysis of pharmaceuticals. Commercial dosage form of both drugs was assayed by developed method.

Lashkari P.D.,MTS India | Mody V.,Cadila Pharmaceutical Ltd.
International Journal of ChemTech Research | Year: 2010

Plants have been used for the treatment of diseases all over the world before the advent of modern clinical drugs and are known to contain substances that can be used for therapeutic purposes or as precursors for the synthesis of useful drugs. Thus over 50% of these modern drugs are of natural products origin and as such these natural products play an important role in drug development in the pharmaceutical industry. The sensitivity towards the microorganism was increased as concentration is increases. Arowash liquid has (30 - 80 μl) maximum sensitivity towards Staphylococcus aureus while it has low sensitivity towards the Bacillus subtilis. Arowash liquid has similar effect with the standard drug (Nitrofurazone).

Vyas A.J.,MTS India | Jobanputra C.R.,MTS India
International Journal of ChemTech Research | Year: 2010

The simple, accurate, rapid and economical Vierodt's spectrophotometric method have been developed for the simultaneous determination of nabumetone (NAB) and paracetamol (PCM) in combined tablet dosage form. The method developed employs formation and solving simultaneous equations using 229.2 nm (λ max of nabumetone) and 248 (λ max of paracetamol) nm as two wavelengths for formation of equations. Both the drugs and their mixtures obey Beer-Lamberts law at selected wavelengths in the range 2 μg/ml to 8μg/ml for Nabumetone and for Paracetamol 2 μg/ml to 20μg/ml.

News Article | December 16, 2016

Summary As the volume of data being created has grown exponentially in the past decade new technologies have emerged and been embraced by organizations in all industry sectors for a number of use cases. The amount of data being generated in the telecoms sector is colossal and there is a clear opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs) to analyze this data themselves and also, subject to legal and regulatory conductions, to sell it to other organizations. Telecoms operators are embracing big data analytics (BDA) with enthusiasm, but while many report that BDA is fully operational and already contributing benefit to their organizations others are still at the exploratory stage of addressing its potential. The key challenges operators face are a lack of BDA skills, organizational issues and siloed data. Key Findings • In the past few years CSPs across the world have been working with technology providers and consulting firms on a range of BDA projects. While there are strong indications that virtually every CSP has a BDA initiative, it is still early days for BDA in the telecoms sector. • Improved customer satisfaction is key driver. Customer satisfaction / churn reduction is the most important driver of BDA implementations among the firms surveyed for the purposes of this report. The ability to personalize services for individual customers is the next highest and also linked to revenue generation. Of importance too as a driver but less so is network optimization, which is focused on cost savings. • No pattern to how BDA is structured within organizations. A total of 40% of the organizations surveyed opted for a centralized approach when setting up the BDA function in their organization. A third opted for a decentralised approach while just 20% set up a separate business unit. • The main challenge for telecoms operators nowadays who seek to implement BDA within their organisations is to make important changes to the “culture” of the organization to allow this to work. These changes may not be the same for every organization but there will be some common themes. Telecoms firms tend to be large organizations with traditional hierarchical structures that present a challenge to any new initiative to be deployed across the organization. • A key factor in a successful implementation is to demonstrate success at an early stage. With this is mind it is essential that the organization does not fall into the trap of setting too many goals and trying to please everyone at once. Even with senior level support for the initiative and a senior person leading the project it is important to be able to show positive results in order to fully demonstrate the benefits of the process. Conversely, by taking the analytical process in small steps it allows the team the flexibility to change direction if any early objective isn’t achieved Synopsis “Big data and analytics: Telco strategies, investments and use cases” examines the current situation with regard to big data and analytics among communications service providers, the use cases these organizations are harnessing the technology for and to what extent they are being successful. The Report provides an analysis of the industry survey results that obtained insights from service providers and their technology partners on their experiences with BDA implementations. Built around numerous telco case studies from across the world, this report sheds light on best practices for effective use of BDA that may soon mean the difference between winners and losers in the CSP market. The Report is structured as follows: • Section 1: Big data / analytics market context • Section 2: Industry survey results and analysis • Section 3: Telco BDA strategies, investments and use cases • Section 4: Key findings and recommendations. Reasons to Buy • Explore key drivers and challenges to telco big data and analytics implementations • Assess big data and analytics adoption • Examine telco strategies and best practices for commercializing big data and analytics solutions • Gain insights on telco investment plans for big data and analytics implementations over the next 2-3 years • Identify the main use cases for current and emerging big data and analytics implementations Table of Contents Executive Summary Section 1 – Big data / analytics market context Report scope and definitions Global market context 7 Participants in big data / analytics in the telecoms market Legal and regulatory framework Section 2 – Industry survey results and analysis Status of service provider implementation of big data/analytics Drivers of big data / analytics strategy Level of financial investment in BDA and operational structure Perceived challenges to BDA implementation 14 Perceived benefits of BDA implementation Extent to which perceived benefits have been realized 16 BDA operator / suppliers survey - key insights BDA operator / supplier survey - challenges to BDA implementation Recommendations on how to address BDA implementation challenges Section 3 – Telco BDA strategies, investments and use cases Telco BDA case studies AT&T Orange SingTel Telefonica 26 BDA use cases in telecom environment Network optimization use cases: bell mobility, sprint Fraud detection use cases: vodafone and argyle data Churn reduction /customer experience management – MTS India, XO communications BDA as a service to customers / data monetization use cases: Pinsight Media+, Telefonica Dynamic Insights Use cases: Key insights Section 4 – Key findings and recommendations Key findings …Continued For more information, please visit

Sinha D.,MTS India | Sharma T.,MTS India | Sharma K.G.,MTS India | Singh B.P.,MTS India
ICECT 2011 - 2011 3rd International Conference on Electronics Computer Technology | Year: 2011

In this paper low power full adder using 11 transistors has been proposed. The main idea of design is based on improving the performance of 10 transistor full adder design mentioned in literature by sacrificing a transistor count. While the proposed circuit has negligible area overhead, it has remarkably improved power consumption and temperature sustainability when compared with existing design. BSIM3v3 90nm standard models are used for simulations on Tanner EDA tool. © 2011 IEEE.

To activate data services on your MTS mobile, call or SMS on 1925 (toll-free) & to deactivate call or SMS on 1925 (toll-free) from your MTS number. Dear Customer, a Krishi Kalyan Cess of 0 ...

News Article | July 2, 2015

If you are switching jobs, or cities, you no longer have to change your mobile number. Operators in India have started rolling out nationwide mobile number portability from today, July 3. A mobile subscriber who purchased a mobile subscription in one state but now lives in another state could port the same number to the local telecom circle with the operator that offers the best tariff. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) had extended the deadline for nationwide mobile number portability in May. In order to retain subscribers, operators have begun offering free roaming across India on the same number. Operators were quick to announce their plans to allow subscribers move across states in India and retain the same number. In a statement by Bharti Airtel, Ajai Puri, Director – Market Operations said, “Today, not only has mobile phone become an essential part of our lives, the mobile number has equally become an indispensable identification for each one of us. With our complete readiness to launch National Mobile Number Portability, we aim to empower customers enabling them to retain this identity as they move across anywhere in the country. To facilitate a seamless transition we will also allow our customers to enjoy free incoming on roaming while their number portability request is being processed.” MTS India said it “welcomes the Government’s decision to roll out Mobile Number Portability (MNP) on a PAN India basis on 3rd July 2015. The Company is fully geared up to comply with the deadline. The move will enable MTS India to quickly and efficiently process all number portability requests. The implementation of MNP is bound to set new benchmarks in customer service standards within the Indian telecom sector.” RCOM said it “is ready to roll out Mobile Number Portability nationally from July 3, 2015 onwards, and this will allow our customers to retain their mobile number in any part of the country and continue to enjoy our best-in-class network and services. Reliance Communications will also be offering attractive and aggressive plans for both its pre-paid and post-paid customers, as well as customers porting in from other networks, to ensure that this is a seamless and easy transition.” Idea Cellular’s CMO, Sashi Shankar said, “As a result of Idea’s growing network presence, focus on customer centricity, and a strong brand connect with the audience, our MNP leadership has grown consistently ever since services were launched in 2011. We are confident that the strong brand stickiness and growing preference will continue to benefit us as we now extend this service on a pan-India basis enabling users switching cities to retain their number.” “MNP service allows the customers to carry their existing number across India and also choose the operator of their choice. Vodafone has benefited from the intra-circle MNP that was rolled out in 2011 and we look forward to a similar response this time,” Vivek Mathur, chief commercial officer, Vodafone India said. National Mobile Portability has been a long standing issue and has taken years to come into effect. In 2011, India allowed mobile number portability, but it was restricted to the same telecom circle.

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