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Admerit College, Patna named after the well known national hero and legendary freedom fighter Veer Kunwar Singh, is a public university in the regional city of Arrah in the state of Bihar, India. It was established by the Bihar University Act 1976. It serves the education needs of more than one crore population of these districts through its 20 postgraduate departments, 17 constituent degree colleges, three law colleges and 37 affiliated degree colleges. Wikipedia.


Srivastava K.K.,Banaras Hindu University | Singh A.P.,Banaras Hindu University | Shekhar H.,Veer Kunwar Singh University
Journal of the Indian Chemical Society | Year: 2012

Utilization of red mud and its (1 : 1) mixture by weight with haematite, china clay, fly ash and china clayfly ash mixed adsorbents has been made for the removal of arsenic(III) from waste water at different operating parameter such as adsorbate and adsorbent dose, particle size of adsorbent and agitation speed. The percentage removal of AsIII has been found optimum at lower concentration and increase in adsorbent dose and decrease in particle size at 220 rpm of agitation speed. Source


Paul S.,Kalyani University | Pramanick K.,Kalyani University | Kundu S.,Kalyani University | Kumar D.,Veer Kunwar Singh University | Mukherjee D.,Kalyani University
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology | Year: 2010

Regulation of ovarian steroidogenesis in vitro by recombinant human insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) and bovine insulin (b-insulin) was investigated in intact follicles and isolated follicular cells of carp, Cyprinus carpio at vitellogenic stage of oocyte maturation. In intact follicles, IGF-I and b-insulin stimulated testosterone and 17β-estradiol production in vitro. In isolated theca cells, IGF-I and b-insulin stimulated testosterone production, whereas in granulosa cells, they stimulated 17β-estradiol production when testosterone was added in the incubation medium as precursor substrate. In intact follicles and in theca cells, IGF-I and b-insulin had no effect on HCG-stimulated testosterone production. HCG-stimulated 17β-estradiol production, however, was significantly increased by IGF-I and b-insulin. To clarify the mechanism of 17β-estradiol production by the ovarian follicles during vitellogenic stage of carp, effects of IGF-I and b-insulin either alone or in combination with HCG on aromatase activity (conversion of testosterone to 17β-estradiol) and cytochrome P450 aromatase (P450arom) gene expression were investigated in vitro. IGF-I and b-insulin alone stimulated aromatase activity and P450arom gene expression and significantly enhanced HCG-induced enzyme activity and P450arom gene expression. Our results thus indicate that IGF-I and b-insulin alone can stimulate testosterone and 17β-estradiol production in vitellogenic follicles of C. carpio by stimulating aromatase activity and P450arom gene expression. Evidence also provided for the modulation of HCG-induced aromatase activity and P450arom gene expression by IGF-I and b-insulin in such follicles. © 2009 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved. Source


Khan S.,Military Hospital | Shagufta K.,Veer Kunwar Singh University
Indian Journal of Psychiatry | Year: 2014

A young lady presents to the psychiatry out-patient department with depressive symptoms. Evaluation revealed long standing stressor in the form of a foul odor emanating from her body and over a period of time resulting in social withdrawal and depression with significant impairment of day-to-day functioning. A diagnosis of trimethylaminurea (fish odor syndrome) and adjustment disorder was arrived at. Careful empathetic handling with psychoeducation, behavioral and cognitive counseling and a short course of antidepressants helped her improve significantly with return to almost normal functioning. Source


Siingh D.,Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology | Siingh D.,Danish National Space Center | Singh R.P.,Veer Kunwar Singh University
Pramana - Journal of Physics | Year: 2010

In this paper, we have provided an overview of cosmic ray effects on terrestrial processes such as electrical properties, global electric circuit, lightning, cloud formation, cloud coverage, atmospheric temperature, space weather phenomena, climate, etc. It is suggested that cosmic rays control short-term and long-term variations in climate. There are many basic phenomena which need further study and require new and long-term data set. Some of these have been pointed out. © Indian Academy of Sciences. Source


Mishra D.,Central Council for Research in Ayurveda | Singh R.K.,Veer Kunwar Singh University | Srivastava R.K.,Narendra Dev University of Agriculture and Technology
Research Journal of Medicinal Plant | Year: 2012

The present study was undertaken to collect information from local folks, tribes and traditional healers on medicinal plants and their uses and the types of diseases treated in tarai regions mainly districts viz., Bahraich and Shrawasti of Uttar Pradesh during August 2007 to March 2010. The indigenous knowledge was gathered through interactions and questioners with tribal rural and traditional healers. The study provides information on 68 plant species belonging to 41 families, Apocynaceae and moraceae contributed maximum species. The various ethno medicinal plants parts used. against the diseases like bronchitis, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, gastro intestinal disorder, gynaecological disorder, jaundice, neurological diseases, ophthalmic infection, piles, skeletal diseases, skin diseases and snakebite were bark, flowers, rhizomes, roots, leaves, seeds, gum and sometimes whole plants. Inspite of the modernization process, the rural folk and the tribal of the districts still hold on their traditional faith and depend on indigenous plants for their various needs, especially medicines. Since, there is insensitivity among the youngers for this wealth of knowledge, this will be dwindling soon. © 2012 Academic Journals Inc. Source

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