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    Influencing Factors to Stay Off-Campus Living by Students

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    The advanced education framework has quickly changed on the planet. It is a standout amongst the most generous parts of our training framework. These days, individuals are continually endeavoring to accomplish the further developed instruction. There is no exemption in Bangladesh. Hence, the interest for learning spaces, private enhancements, infrastructural offices and different offices is expanding step by step. The fast infrastructural change impacts understudies' day by day life. This investigation has been embraced to perceive the components that impact an understudy in considering the choice to remain in off-grounds living in the season of advanced education. This investigation has been done through an organized survey and a casual meeting with chose respondents from dynamic off-grounds living tutees. The respondents were chosen through accommodation inspecting strategy. This examination has been finished by factor investigation strategy. The discoveries demonstrated that the vast majority of the understudies pick off-grounds living to guarantee their solace, accommodation, and wellbeing. Besides, they can secure a peaceful perusing condition and delectable nourishment plan in off-grounds living. Off-grounds living understudies need to endure enormous challenges as opposed to inhabitant understudies regarding cost, transportation, connecting with social exercises, and so forth. Moreover, they are confronting issues amid tolerating house lease as Bachelor. Government and University experts can take some preventive ways like building a few lobbies on grounds, expanding transportation offices, diminishing the cost of nourishment on grounds, and so forth. What's more, they can guarantee the wellbeing of understudies' on-grounds and off-grounds to recoil the issues of off-grounds living understudies. Keywords: - Off-campus Living, University Students, Students’ Housing, Comfort, Convenient, Safety, Factor Analysis. JEL Classification Number: C83, H52, I23

    Influencing Factors to Stay Off-Campus Living by Students

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    The advanced education framework has quickly changed on the planet. In these days, individuals are continually endeavoring to accomplish the higher education. Hence, the demand for the educational institution, leaving spaces, infrastructural development is expanding step by step. This investigation has been embraced to perceive the components that impact an understudy in considering the choice to remain in off-grounds living in the season of advanced education. This investigation has been done through an organized survey & finished by factor analysis strategy. The discoveries demonstrated that maximum understudies pick off-grounds living to guarantee their solace, accommodation, and wellbeing in a peaceful perusing condition. Off-grounds living understudies need to endure enormous challenges regarding cost, transportation, connecting with social activities, and so forth. Government and University experts can take some preventive ways like building lobbies, expanding transportation facilities, diminishing the cost of nourishment, and so forth to minimize the problems of off-grounds livings students

    Development of Cognitive Index to Measure Health Status

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    ABSTRACT One hundred ninety items were initially constructed following the prescribed guidelines to develop the cognitive index for measuring health status with the help of Equal Appearing Internal Scales described b

    A Model of Spectral Variance on Asteroid RQ36

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    Why value ‘blue carbon’?

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    This chapter intends examine the potential of blue carbon storage ecosystem services to contribute to a healthy climate and to support future protection for the coastal and marine habitats. Coastal ecosystems store ‘blue carbon’ but this provision is currently not protected by any international climate agreement or mechanism. Using scenario analysis, the chapter aims to develop a better understanding of the measurement and valuation of carbon stored and sequestered in coastal and marine ecosystems. Case studies of saltmarshes and seagrasses in England and Europe provide the main focus. Two main scenarios are presented. In one scenario, current environmental protection policies continue to be implemented. In a second scenario, a combination of factors (e.g. less environmental protection, more significant climate change impacts and increased marine pollution) lead to large habitat loss. The loss may be sufficient to lead to the functional extinction of some seagrass species, and hence the services they provide. The on-going debate about the definition of stock and flows of ecosystem services both in biophysical and economic terms and their related valuation issues are also explored based on a carbon cycle example

    Leu432Val polymorphism in CYP1B1 as a susceptible factor towards predisposition to primary open-angle glaucoma

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    Purpose: Defects in cytochrome P450 1B1 (CYP1B1) cause primary congenital glaucoma. However, defects in the gene have also been reported in primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG). Since POAG is primarily a complex disease, we examined the potential of coding single nucleotide polymorphisms (cSNPs) in the gene for association with the disease. Methods: Five coding SNPs – c.514 C>G (Arg48Gly), c.727 G>T (Ala119Ser), c.1666 C>G (Leu432Val), c.1719 C>T (Asp449Asp), and c.1730 A>G (Asn453Ser) – were genotyped in 264 unrelated POAG patients and 95 controls. In addition, 542 normal individuals selected from various ethnic groups representing the Indian population were also genotyped for these cSNPs. The patterns of linkage disequilibrium between the SNPs and haplotype variations for comparison between POAG patients and controls as well as different ethnic groups of the Indian population were determined using Haploview. Allelic variants of Leu432Val were cloned by site-directed mutagenesis of normal CYP1B1 cDNA, which were used for transfection of retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) cells. The generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) was quantified by measuring fluorescence emission by degradation of CM-H2DCFDA using a fluoremeter. Results: The c.1666G allele of the Leu432Val in CYP1B1 showed a statistically significant higher representation among POAG patients compared to controls (p=0.0001; Odds ratio=6.027; 95% CI: 3.863–9.401) suggesting it to be a potential risk allele toward disease predisposition. Analysis of genotype frequencies of the polymorphism between the two groups demonstrated GG as a potential risk genotype (p=0.0001; Odds ratio=15.505; 95% CI: 5.529–43.474) for the disease. CYP1B1 Val432 was estimated to generate higher ROS in RPE cells compared to its allelic variant (Leu432; p=0.0245 for 15 min and p=0.0197 for 30 min). Comparison of haplotype diversities revealed CGGTA as the risk haplotype for the disease (p=0.0001, by Fisher’s exact test). Conclusions: We report CYP1B1 c.1666G (Val432) as a susceptible allele for POAG and CGGTA as the risk haplotype for the disease. Higher ROS generation by Val432 in CYP1B1 might lead to apoptotic change that leads to glaucoma. Remarkable variation of the cSNPs observed among ethnic groups of India could provide insight for future epidemiological studies on POAG in these population groups
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