Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : production


Krishanveer Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 628-637

India has a very old and rich tradition in the textile industry. Textile is a decisive part of Indian economy; The Indian Textile Industry has grown phenomenally and has an overwhelming presence in the economic life of the country. Apart from providing one of the basic necessities of life, textile industry also plays a pivotal role through its contribution to industrial output, employment generation and the export earnings of the country. Textile is a flexible material made by interlacing or connecting threads made of natural fibers like wool and cotton or synthetic (man-made) fibers like polyester. Textile floor coverings are textiles meant to be used on floor surfaces. They include carpets and related materials that are secured to a floor by something like staples, tacks or glue, as well as removable area rugs. Textile floor coverings are made by processes like knitting, weaving or needle-tufting, in which fibers are forced through a backing by using a needle. Another layer is then applied below the backing to secure the tufts in place. ISO and ASTM standards are numerous and cover a whole range of processes used in making textile floor coverings, whether handmade or machine made. Main objective of the study is To find out the export performance of live animal products of India during the period of 2005- 2019. The study makes use of statistical techniques such as Percentage analysis, Growth analysis, Standard Deviation, CAGR and CV in analyzing the data for finding the result


Adilov U.H .; Khashirbaeva D.M .; Voronina N.V .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2292-2306

Abstract. The scientific work presents the results of dynamic research to study the structure,
level and dynamics of the general, professionally conditioned and professional morbidity of
employees of SE “Ferghana Oil Refinery”, SE “Ferghana Heat and Power Plant” and JSC
“Ferghanaazot”, which are part of the Kyrgyz Industrial Zone of the Ferghana region for 5
years (2010-2014). The main professional qualification groups working at the enterprises
under research at the age of 19 to 40 years with the work experience from 1 to 20 years were
surveyed. 6000 man-days of working observations were made. High morbidity rates were
revealed among the employees of Ferghana Oil Refinery and JSC “Ferghanaazot” in the
groups with the experience of up to 5 years and 11-20 years. The analysis of morbidity rate
among age groups of workers showed high indices at the age above 35 years. In the structure
of morbidity for the period of 2010-2014, the first leading places were occupied by diseases of
respiratory organs, then by diseases of circulatory and digestive organs, traumas and
poisoning, then by diseases of the nervous system, skin and subcutaneous tissue. High
respiratory diseases are associated with long-term exposure to occupational risk factors, where
chemical contamination is the most dangerous.

An Incentive Supply Chain Model for Purchaser and Vendor with Deteriorating Products

M. Babu; M. Haj Meeral; P. Muniappan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5141-5144

This paper specifies supply chain model for purchaser and vendor with deteriorating products. The point of this model is to decide the ideal qualities for production and non-production circumstance with the end goal that the normal complete expense is limited. The model is fathomed mathematically to get the perfect solution. It is then laid out with the help of numerical examples.

Causes And Consequences Of The Division Of The Territory Of Uzbekistan Into Economic Regions (On The Example Of 20-70s Of The Xx Century)

Murodilla Khaydarov; Ruzimat Juraev; Izzatilla Khaydarov; Hasan Babajanov; Fakhriddin Abdulboqiyev; Otabek Alimardonov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 7037-7042

This article describes the reasons for the division of the territory of Uzbekistan into economic zones and the consequences of these reasons. And also in this article the example of the 20-70s of the XX century is given. The study of the processes of development of society in the modern history of Uzbekistan makes it possible to clearly identify a number of important contradictions that legally led to a crisis. These contradictions are based on the discrepancy between the level of development of productive forces and the nature of existing production relations, which has deepened over time. During the formation and development of a single economic complex of the Soviet Union, the real interests, special conditions and opportunities of Uzbekistan were ignored in Soviet times, when the policy of the Soviet government was a very centralized and command-oriented, monopoly system of the Communist Party.

The Ignored Green Gold Called As Betel Leaf

Harikumar Pallathadka, Manoharmayum DD

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 3229-3232

This study discusses betel leaf export and import, nutraceutical characteristics,
development, and usage (waste minimization) in many businesses, particularly the food
industry. Piper betel L. is the scientific name for the betel plant, which is also known as
paan in India. Bangla & Satchi, Mitha, and other species are cultivated in West Bengal. In
India, traditional methods are used to cultivate betel leaves on 50,000 acres, with an
annual production worth Rs. 9000 million. Betel leaves are nutrient-dense, with a high
concentration of vitamins and minerals. Diastase and catalase are among the enzymes
found in the leaves. It has a substantial amount of all of the essential amino acids.
Numerous antioxidants, flavonoids, tannins, alkaloids, saponins, and other compounds
can be found in these leaves. Color or betel oil extraction has been shown to be extremely
advantageous to one's health. It can even be considered a nutraceutical. Betel leaves as a
whole are an excellent food item; however, betel bioactive has the potential to expand its
application in a variety of meals because to its numerous health advantages. Betel leaves
worth millions of rupees are either sold for a low price or go unused. Betel leaves have
been used in a variety of culinary products due to their health benefits, and the goods are
chemically stable and taste good. As a result, a well-coordinated effort by farmers, dealers,
scientists, innovators, bureaucrats, and policymakers is needed to strengthen the national
economy and create jobs by properly exploiting this green gold