Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj <ul> <li><strong>Submit Your Paper Directly at Email: <a href="mailto:eduzonejournal@gmail.com" target="_blank" rel="noopener">eduzonejournal@gmail.com </a></strong></li> </ul> <p>Eduzone is an international peer reviewed/refereed academic multidisciplinary journal having Impact Factor: 8.246 and ugc approved Journal No. 47457 which invites unpublished original and high quality research work pertaining to latest research papers publication &amp; practices in the areas of Computer Science Journals, Engineering Journals, Information Technology Journals, Electronics &amp; Communication Journals, Electrical &amp; Electronics Journals, Electronics and Telecommunication Journals, Textile Engineering Journals, Chemical Engineering Journals, Biotechnology Journals, Instrumentation Journals, Automation Journals, Control System Journals, Robotics Journals, Artificial Intelligence Journals, Civil Engineering Journals, Modeling and Simulation Journals, VLSI, DSP, Image processing, Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic Journals, Biology Journals, Physics Journals, Chemistry Journals, Mathematics Journals, Biochemistry Journals, Food Technology Journals, Algorithms, and emerging paradigms in allied subjects. The above mentioned tracks are only indicative and not exhaustive. Eduzone journal is indexed in Thomson Reuters Web of Science Researcherid, Directory of Science, Endnotes, Google Scholar listed Journal, Europeana Libraries and many more national &amp; International libraries. Eduzone one of the UGC Approved Journal in India and also UGC Listed journal in India.</p> <p>Many conventional journals publish papers from limited subject areas, making it more difficult for readers from other disciplines to read them. EIPRMJ has no such barriers and publishes articles from multidisciplinary fields, which helps your research to reach the entire scientific community.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Eduzone : international peer reviewed/refereed academic multidisciplinary journal</strong></li> <li>ISSN: <strong>2319-5045 </strong></li> <li><strong>Impact Factor : 8.246</strong></li> <li>Crossref DOI: doi.org/eiprmj</li> <li>Frequency of Publication: <strong>Semi-Annually</strong> [2 issues per year]</li> <li>Languages: Multiple Languages</li> <li>Accessibility: <strong>Open Access</strong></li> <li><strong>Peer Review Process: </strong>Double Blind Peer Review Process</li> <li><strong>Subject: </strong>Multidisciplinary</li> <li><strong>Plagiarism Checker: </strong>Turnitin </li> <li><strong>Publication Format: </strong>Online and Print</li> <li><strong>Contact No.: </strong>+91- 8607610777</li> <li><strong>Email: eduzonejournal@gmail.com </strong></li> <li><strong>Website: <a href="https://www.eduzonejournal.com">https://www.eduzonejournal.com</a></strong></li> <li><strong>Address: </strong>Mukherjee Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110009, India</li> </ul> <p><strong>Key Features of EIPRMJ</strong></p> <ul> <li>Journal listed in <strong>UGC</strong> with <strong>Journal No. 47457</strong></li> <li>Journal Publishes online on continuous basis</li> <li>Online article submission</li> <li>Standard peer review process</li> </ul> Edu Publications en-US Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal 2319-5045 Study of the Structural and Magnetic Properties of Nizn Ferrite Nanoparticles Synthesized by Thermal Decomposition https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/493 <p><strong>Thermal decomposition was used to create Ni<sub>1-x</sub>Zn<sub>x</sub>Fe<sub>2</sub>O<sub>4</sub>(x = 0.6, 0.7, 0.8) &nbsp;nanoparticles. It was determined that the synthesised particles were pure spinel ferrite structures and that their diameter ranged from 48 to 52 nm, depending on the composition. The particle size of the ferrite nanoparticles in the FE-SEM picture is around 50 nm, which is consistent with the result of the Scherrer equation. They have spherical forms with some mild aggregation. As the Zn concentration rose from 0.6 to 0.8, the ferrite nanoparticles' lattice parameter grew monotonically from 8.35 to 8.368. From 82.44 to 84.87 emu/g, the saturation magnetization value first progressively falls. Then, as the zinc concentration rises from x = 0.6 to 0.7 to 0.8, it rapidly drops to 72.82 emu/g. By sintering ferrite nanoparticles at 1255 °C, Ni<sub>1-x</sub>Zn<sub>x</sub>Fe<sub>2</sub>O<sub>4</sub> toroidal samples were made, and regardless of the amount of zinc present, all of them showed faceted grain morphologies with grain diameters of roughly 6 m. With increasing the zinc concentration from x = 0.6 through 0.7 to 0.8, the actual magnetic permeability (μ) of the toroidal samples grew monotonically from 104 to 145 to 220. The cutoff frequency of the ferrite toroidal samples was determined to be around 20 MHz from the wide maximum point, according to the imaginary magnetic permeability (μ′) vs. frequencies plot, which looked to be connected to domain wall resonance.</strong></p> Prabhakar Kumar, K. Bharath Raj, Dr. Satish Kumar Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal (EIPRMJ) 2024-01-09 2024-01-09 13 1 1 9 Unraveling the Influences of Cognitive Biases on Decision-Making: A Triangulation Analysis https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/503 <p>In recent years, the implication of decision-making has become a focal point of research, with a growing recognition<br>of the pervasive influence of cognitive biases on human choices. Understanding these biases becomes crucial for<br>creating informed and rational decision-making frameworks as technology and societal complexities increase. This<br>paper investigates prominent cognitive biases, explores their implications, and proposes strategies for mitigation;<br>the paper aims to contribute to a nuanced understanding of how cognitive biases shape human choices. Results<br>show the understanding of decision processes by thoroughly examining specific biases, analyzing their impact, and<br>proposing effective mitigation strategies, paving the way for more rational and ethical choices. The scope of this<br>research encompasses an in-depth exploration of selected cognitive biases, their manifestations in decision-making<br>scenarios, and the development of practical interventions.</p> Arora Astha Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal 2024-01-18 2024-01-18 13 1 10 15 ‘’Review Study on Disease Gridhrasi’’ https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/504 <p><strong>Gridhrasi, one of thecrippling disorders commonly seen now-a-days and affecting a large group of the society.Gridhrasi is a pain dominant disorder affecting the snayu and kandara. Vata dosa is the main culprit in the gridhrasi especially vyana and apana vayu. Other dosa can also modify theclinical presentation in which kapha is major player. This vitiated dosa or dusya afflict the rasa, maṁsa, asthi, majja and snayu involving related srotas produce the alarming symptoms in sphik initially followed with progressive radiation to distal part of the legs. The involvement of kapha dosa in its pathogenesis, results in the occurrence of typical symptoms like aruchi, tandra (feeling of tiredness), gaurava and is named as vatakaphaja grdhrasi. Description of gridhrasi in bruhatrayi and laghutrayi are in a concise form but ample enough to understand the condition practically. Observations showed a close resemblance to epidemiology of disease in terms of age group between 40-60 years considered as parihanikala (Su.Su. 35/29) denoting a period of dhatuksaya (deterioration of body structures) which may lead to vataprakopa and grdhrasi consequently<sup>1</sup>. </strong></p> Dr. Nilesh Patil, Dr. Rajeshwari Kadkol, Dr. Vidyarani Biradar Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal (EIPRMJ) 2024-01-19 2024-01-19 13 1 16 21 Cyber Threats and Resilience in Power Grid Infrastructures: Assessing Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/505 <p><strong>The power grid infrastructure stands as a critical backbone of modern society, ensuring the uninterrupted flow of electricity to support essential services and daily life. However, this vital system faces unprecedented challenges posed by evolving cyber threats. This paper conducts an in-depth examination of the vulnerabilities inherent in power grid infrastructures and explores effective countermeasures to enhance their resilience against cyber-attacks. The assessment begins by delineating the diverse spectrum of cyber threats targeting power grids, ranging from sophisticated ransom ware attacks and malware infiltration to coordinated hacking attempts. Understanding these threats involves analyzing their methodologies, potential impact on grid operations, and cascading effects on societal functions. Subsequently, this paper outlines the vulnerabilities within power grid systems, emphasizing their susceptibility to cyber intrusions due to interconnected networks, legacy systems, and inadequate security protocols. Addressing these vulnerabilities requires a multifaceted approach that encompasses technological advancements, policy frameworks, and human resource preparedness. In response to identified vulnerabilities, a comprehensive set of countermeasures is proposed to fortify the resilience of power grid infrastructures. These countermeasures include the implementation of robust encryption techniques, network segmentation, intrusion detection systems, and the integration of artificial intelligence for anomaly detection and rapid response.</strong></p> Sergey Parshivlyuk, Kirill Panchenko Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal (EIPRMJ) 2024-01-20 2024-01-20 13 1 22 31 The Impact of Exercise on Mental Health and Well Being: A Sociological Study https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/506 <p><strong>Many researchers suggest that Exercise (physical activity) has important health benefits, yet many people are disengaged with various forms of exercise. The goal of this research is to not only promote mental and physical health, but also to comprehend these relationships from a societal standpoint. </strong><strong>Numerous hypotheses attempt to explain the connection between physical fitness and mental wellness.Physical fitness and exercise help people to develop important skills such as conflict resolution, cooperation with peers and social skills such as leadership and fine-tuning motor skills. Not only does exercising create an easy way to strike up a conversation with others, exercise like gym is a recommended setting for healthy social interactions, too. Seeing people achieve their goals can enable you to connect with them on an entirely different level.</strong><strong> Sociology of physical activity&nbsp;</strong><strong>focuses on the shared beliefs and social practices that constitute specific forms of physical activity. Regular physical activity improves the functioning of the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis. Depression and anxiety appear to be influenced by physical exercise. Physical activity was shown to help with sleep and improve various psychiatric disorders. Exercise in general is associated with a better mood and improved quality of life.&nbsp;The World Health Organization describes quality of life as a ‘broad ranging concept affected in a complex way by the person’s physical health, psychological state, level of independence, social relationships, personal beliefs and their relationship to salient features of the environment. The dearth of literature in this field is another hint that further research is needed to evaluate and implement physical activity treatments created especially for the Indian context.</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Prof. A. K. Shrivastava, Seema Joshi Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal (EIPRMJ) 2024-01-20 2024-01-20 13 1 32 40 Tamil Sangam Literature: A Journey through History, Culture, and Literary Brilliance https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/508 <p><strong>The Sangam period, which lasted from 300 BCE to 300 CE, saw a flourishing of Tamil literature, reflecting the Tamil people's rich cultural legacy. This article examines the historical significance, cultural achievements, themes, genres, and notable worksof Tamil Sangam literature. It dives into the history of Tamil literature, tracing its roots to ancient times and emphasizing its link to the Sangam period. It looks at the socio-political environment of the era, including the presence of the Chera, Chola, and Pandya kingdoms and the role that royal patronage played in promoting literary growth. The themes and genres of Sangam literature, such as love, war, nature, ethics, and classification into Akam and Puram, are examined, showcasing the diversity and depth of literary works. Notable works and authors, including “Silappatikaram”, “Manimekalai”, Thiruvalluvar, Kapilar, and Avvaiyar, are conversed, highlighting their contributions to Tamil literature and their lasting influence. The article also briefly surveysthe Sangam period's language and literary style, describing the evolution of the Tamil language and poetic devices and conventions employed in the literature. It concludes by emphasizing the significance of Tamil Sangam literature in preserving the cultural and literary heritage of Tamil people and its enduring impact on Tamil language literature identity.It also encourages further exploration and study of this rich heritage.</strong></p> N. R. Gopal Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal (EIPRMJ) 2024-01-20 2024-01-20 13 1 41 45 Voice of Resistance: Exploring Dalit Aesthetics in Omprakash Valmiki's Joothan https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/515 <p><strong>Dalit writing in India goes back to the times when there was no social awareness about the discrimination as it was putatively viewed as ‘God-ordained’ and ‘natural’. The embedded narratives contained therein, frame psychological patterns of the social scenario of those days and power play of then and today. Privation from the mainstream has presumably led to aggression and complexities in the minds of the people who were excluded from land’s ritualistic, religious practices for several millennials. Dalit writers of today are trying to give voice to the subaltern and people subsisting on the fringes of the society. Gayatri Spivak's ‘Can Subaltern Speak’ is now no more a rhetoric question in the sense Dalit writers are being included in today's discourse. They are able to make their space at least in their works which can reach to the masses. Present research article aims to examine the work Joothan, the poignant and much acclaimed autobiographical work penned by Omprakash Valmiki for its incisive tone and unsettling narrative which recounts, &nbsp;in no uncertain terms, the precarious and intersectional experience of Dalits.</strong></p> Dr. Mini Gill, Dr. Rajni Kant Goswami Copyright (c) 2024 Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal (EIPRMJ) 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 13 1 46 50 Enhancing Production Data Pipeline Monitoring and Reliability through Large Language Models (LLMs) https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/520 <p><strong>This article presents a novel approach to managing data and pipeline operations in production settings, specifically focusing on utilizing Large Language Models (LLMs). With their advanced natural language processing techniques, LLMs can effectively understand complex data flows, identify bottlenecks, and predict pipeline failures by analyzing logs, alerts, and real-time feeds. The essay introduces examples demonstrating the considerable enhancements in mistake identification, underlying cause examination, and predictive maintenance accomplished by executing LLMs in data pipelines. The article also explores the integration of LLMs with traditional monitoring tools, creating a unified system that combines artificial intelligence and rule-based methods. Despite challenges such as scalability and data reliability, the article concludes by providing a forward-thinking perspective on the role of LLMs in enhancing operational efficiency and advancing autonomous data management systems. This study seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the transformative potential of LLMs in monitoring, alerting, and mitigating data pipelines for organizations seeking to leverage artificial intelligence in their data operations. We implemented the system as an on-call slack bot developed through a backend system across two enterprise companies. It involved several data engineering teams and a dedicated on-call process to support their data production data pipelines. We examined the efficacy of the LLM-based data dependability mechanism by gathering measurements such as data delay, mistake ratio, data handling duration, and SLA, which are vital for ensuring data pipelines' smooth and efficient functioning.</strong></p> Mitesh Mangaonkar, Venkata Karthik Penikalapati Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-23 2024-01-23 13 1 51 56