Author: BGC Team

Challenges before Sustainability: A Dynamic Paradigm of Global Culture

Abstract: Sustainability lies at the heart of our strategy. Our vision for a cleaner world is reflected in our ambition to drive the transformation towards a low–emission energy system to engage our customers and society at large to help us drive this change. Sustainability looks to protect our natural environment, human & ecological health, while […]

By BGC Team | Education
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Clarifying of Bring Up Process as Successor by Regional Development Coordinator

Abstract: In this paper, I clarify the process of promoting successors for regional development coordinator in Japan where the population supporting the regional economy is decreasing. Especially, I focus on local cities where the population declines remarkably and show how to grow successors of regional development in business. This work provides some insights that respond […]

By BGC Team | Uncategorized
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Carbon Credits and sustainable development: A contribution to economic appraisal in business world

Abstract: At present, a number of approaches are being adopted to reduce carbon emissions. These range from efforts by individuals and firms to reduce their climate footprints to initiatives at city, state, regional and global levels. Two major milestones among these initiatives of the commitment of governments to reduce emissions are “United Nations Framework Convention […]

By BGC Team | Education
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Concept of Sustainable Development – An Indian Perspective

Abstract: “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.”- Mahatma Gandhi The sustainable development is now deeply embedded   in both National and International scenario, it is a big Global problem; therefor India has also keen concern on the protection of environment, development and sustainable development. The depletion of natural sources, […]

By BGC Team | Arts
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The effect of Diet Habits on Health Status among Diabetes Patients in India

Abstract: The general objective of this study is that the effect of the living habits (dietary practice) induced by different religions on the diabetes patients in India. We conducted the survey by the questionnaire. The basic characteristic of diabetes patients including the age, gender and the relationship among the religion type, diet type and BMI […]

By BGC Team | Education
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Detection and Identification of Parasite from Micro graph

Abstract : Because of the progress of medical and sanitary environment, the number of cases of diseased due to parasite is decreasing. However, a certain number of diseases due to parasite are still reported every year. Lower frequency of occurrence of parasite related diseases, it may not easy to identify. When a small suspicious object […]

By BGC Team | Education
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E-bike: Catalyzing Sustainable Tourism

Abstract Electric Bikes could help India leap-frog and transform the tourism sector by using mobility which is shared, connected and electric. This would help address the first/last mile connectivity challenge and reduce air pollution. Key words: Electric bike, Mobility, Sustainable Tourism Introduction Jaipur as a Smart City has been seeing deployment of new infrastructure, whether […]

By BGC Team | Education
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Information Supervisory Control of Human Behavior

Abstract : A type of services that requires human physical actions and intelligent decision making can be found in various real fields,such as services by floor staff in hotels/restaurants and caregivingby nurses in hospitals/nursing homes.The authors’ group calls such a type of services “the physical and adaptive intelligent service,” and is developing an ICT-based system, […]

By BGC Team | Commerce
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How Living Cells can be used as a Model System for Screening of Circadian Modulators?

Abstract Circadian rhythms control all aspects of physiology and are associated with diseases including cancer through effects on the cardiovascular, renal, immune, endocrine, neuropsychiatric and metabolic systems. Many physiological processes cannot be harmonized when the intrinsic rhythm is aberrant and such dyssynchrony leads to many diseases. In addition, diseases with circadian rhythm disturbance are closely […]

By BGC Team | Science
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Hyperthermophile as the most Primitive Life

Abstract Thermophilic microorganisms grow optimally above 45°C and inhabit environments with higher temperatures such as hot springs, terrestrial solfatara, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, and composting organic matter. Extreme thermophiles, also known as hyperthermophiles, grow optimally above 80°C; these species are distributed throughout the archaeal and bacterial domains and are positioned near the root of the microbial […]

By BGC Team | Science
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