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AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING EMPLOYABILITY

Khushbu Khurana, Rajnish Misra, Parul Garg, Priyanka Chauhan
2021 Zenodo  
Parul Garg, Assistant Professor, GL Bajaj Institute of Management and Research, Greater Noida 4 Ms.  ...  Khushbu Khurana, Assistant Professor, GL Bajaj Institute of Management and Research, Greater Noida 2 Prof. (Dr.)  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6347510 fatcat:cloyu322hreina3s3wkpnfrwbq

Growth and dynamics of Econophysics: A bibliometric and network analysis [article]

Kiran Sharma, Parul Khurana
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Parul Khurana: Collected the data; Contributed data or analysis tools; Performed the analysis; Writing -review.  ... 
arXiv:2011.01881v1 fatcat:4hfh7pdj2bfr3a7akh5ea7lwse

Adenomyoepithelioma of Skin

Parul Sobti, Richa Gupta, Nita Khurana, Prabhat Shrivastava
2013 Journal of Case Reports  
Adenomyoepithelioma is an uncommon neoplasm that occurs almost exclusively in the breast and rarely described at other sites. It is a biphasic tumor that arises from both myoepithelial and epithelial cells. Case: We present a case of cutaneous adenomyoepithelioma in a 25 year old female patient presenting with a nodular lesion over the right cheek. Histopathological examination showed presence of dermal nodules composed of scattered tubules lined by cuboidal epithelial cells in a background
more » ... t of myoepithelial cells. The epithelial and myoepithelial components were confirmed immunohistochemically using cytokeratin (CK) and smooth muscle antigen (SMA). Conclusion: Primary cutaneous adenomyoepithelioma is an uncommon benign tumor with a good prognosis. However, failure to achieve a free resection margin may result in local recurrence or rarely, malignant transformation. Therefore, it is important to make an accurate pathologic diagnosis followed by complete excision
doi:10.17659/01.2013.0053 fatcat:yvj3e7nkbfgqthv2dsfjpzy2em

A weighted unified informetrics based on Scopus and WoS [article]

Parul Khurana, Geetha Ganesan, Gulshan Kumar, Kiran Sharma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
databases carry their own special features and fields of information, we cannot decide that one indexing database is better than others (Papić, 2017; Rose and Kitchin, 2019; Yelne, Umate, and Patil, 2021; Khurana  ...  Gamification in the research publication industry can be helpful to increase the motivation and encouragement of its stakeholders for the extraction of unified informetrics for different entities (Kumar and Khurana  ... 
arXiv:2106.01232v1 fatcat:cjuajf43k5avhjy6ld4uunbz44

Proof of Reference(PoR): A unified informetrics based consensus mechanism [article]

Parul Khurana, Geetha Ganesan, Gulshan Kumar, Kiran Sharma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Bibliometrics is useful to analyze the research impact for measuring the research quality. Different bibliographic databases like Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar etc. are accessed for evaluating the trend of publications and citations from time to time. Some of these databases are free and some are subscription based. Its always debatable that which bibliographic database is better and in what terms. To provide an optimal solution to availability of multiple bibliographic databases, we
more » ... ve implemented a single authentic database named as "conflate" which can be used for fetching publication and citation trend of an author. To further strengthen the generated database and to provide the transparent system to the stakeholders, a consensus mechanism "proof of reference (PoR)" is proposed. Due to three consent based checks implemented in PoR, we feel that it could be considered as a authentic and honest citation data source for the calculation of unified informetrics for an author.
arXiv:2107.00214v1 fatcat:ba5x4sqmefcnzf7c4c4y4igrdu

Impact of h-index on authors ranking: A comparative analysis of Scopus and WoS [article]

Parul Khurana, Kiran Sharma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In academia, the research performance of the faculty members is either evaluated by the number of publications or the number of citations. Most of the time h-index is widely used during the hiring process or the faculty performance evaluation. The calculation of the h-index is shown in various databases; however, there is no recent or systematic evidence about the differences between them. In this study, we compare the difference in the h-index compiled with Scopus and Web of Science (WoS) with
more » ... the aim of analyzing the ranking of the authors within a university. We analyze the publication records of 350 authors from Monash University (Australia). We also investigate the discipline wise variation in the authors ranking. 31% of the author's profiles show no variation in the two datasets whereas 55% of the author's profiles show a higher count in Scopus and 9% in WoS. The maximum difference in h-index count among Scopus and WoS is 3. On average 12.4% of publications per author are unique in Scopus and 4.1% in WoS. 53.5% of publications are common in both Scopus and WoS. Despite larger unique publications in Scopus, there is no difference shown in the Spearman correlation coefficient between WoS and Scopus citation counts and h-index.
arXiv:2102.06964v1 fatcat:s2bpzajkn5fkreya3vhhbg5yda

Wireless Sensor Network Routing Protocols: A Survey

Parul Khurana, Inderdeep Aulakh
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Advancements in wireless sensor networks (WSN) over the past two decades has foreseen an increased interest in the potential use in applications like combat field, security surveillance, border protection, disaster management and reconnaissance. Moreover, researchers have termed the 21st century as the "Sensor Decade" [3] . Sensor nodes are remotely deployed in large numbers and expected to operate autonomously in harsh environments. Now-a-days routing protocols are being designed, where energy
more » ... awareness is an essential designing issue. In this paper, survey on recent routing protocols for sensor networks along with their classification and approaches is done . Each routing protocol is described under the appropriate category followed by possible future research areas.
doi:10.5120/13186-0808 fatcat:ohdfoo2ufvbjxfpxd5vdyve6fq

Urethral Leiomyoma Mimicking a Caruncle

Vijay Saroha, Kajal Kiran Dhingra, Parul Gupta, Nita Khurana
2010 Taiwanese Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology  
Acknowledgments Dr Nita Khurana and Dr Saroha have made significant contributions in diagnosis and intellectual input in the case.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1028-4559(10)60110-6 pmid:21199760 fatcat:tuhba5f7fnhn3d7nxf3xs3l7i4

Isolated Renal Mucormycosis in a Pediatric Patient

Parul Sobti, Garima Rakheja, Ashna Mittal, Nita Khurana, SK Aggarwal
2013 Journal of Case Reports  
Mucormycosis is an opportunistic fungal infection that rarely occurs in immunocompetent individuals. Mucormycosis refers to a serious fungal infection caused by fungi of the order Mucorales. The common clinical presentations of mucormycosis are rhinocerebral, cutaneous, pulmonary, gastrointestinal and disseminated forms. Clinically, most patients with isolated renal mucormycosis present with fever, flank pain, tenderness, hematuria or pyuria. Histopathologic evidence of fungal invasion of the
more » ... ssues is diagnostic. Early institution of amphotericin-B, combined with nephrectomy offers the best chance for cure. Isolated renal mucormycosis has been seldom reported and is even rarer in children. We present an unusual case of renal mucormycosis in a pediatric patient with no known predisposing factors.
doi:10.17659/01.2013.0090 fatcat:6ivbonun5ffebimnw5qxrcbc54

Impact of h-index on authors ranking: An improvement to the h-index for lower-ranked author [article]

Parul Khurana, Kiran Sharma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
CRediT authorship contribution statement Parul Khurana: Collected the data and performed the analysis; Prepared figures and wrote the manuscript.  ... 
arXiv:2105.08281v1 fatcat:fuigzrvcjza6jkma4odoqowlk4

Fibroma with minor sex cord elements: a case report and review of the literature

Vibha Kawatra, Parul Gupta, Nita Khurana
2008 Cases Journal  
Ovarian fibroma is a rare neoplasm and the one with focal proliferations of sex cord type elements is rarer. Histopathological importance lies in the recognition of this entity due to the diagnostic dilemmas that these tumors can pose. To the best of our knowledge only 9 cases of ovarian fibroma with minor sex cord elements have been documented in world literature till date. Case presentation: We report the case of a 65-year-old Indian female who presented with postmenopausal bleeding and pain
more » ... bdomen. An ultrasound scan of the abdomen revealed a right ovarian mass. Histologically, the ovarian tumor was a fibroma with minor sex cord elements. Conclusion: Clinical manifestations of a hyperestrogenic state in postmenopausal female should raise suspicion of this entity in the mind of a physician. Also a thorough evaluation of an ovarian fibroma would help detection of minor sex cord elements within the tumor and thus be a stepping stone for better evaluation of the pathogenesis and clinical behaviour of these tumors. A close follow up of the patient should be done as hyperestrogenemia may predispose to endometrial cancer.
doi:10.1186/1757-1626-1-264 pmid:18947409 pmcid:PMC2579288 fatcat:2cbz7bmdqvg3pdryvuyqvjymfy

Emerging trends and collaboration patterns unveil the scientific production in blockchain technology: A bibliometric and network analysis from 2014-2020 [article]

Kiran Sharma, Parul Khurana
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The impact of collaboration strength (Sharma and Khurana, 2021) and team size is analyzed from the author's collaboration network.  ...  Author's collaboration network analysis The contribution of the individual author can be analyzed through the author's collaboration network (Sharma and Khurana, 2021) .  ... 
arXiv:2110.01871v1 fatcat:56c5tcphyngmhopkzcyaxpwyty

A rare coexistence of concurrent breast hemangioma with fibroadenoma: a case report

Vibha Kawatra, Akhila Lakshmikantha, Kajal Kiran Dhingra, Parul Gupta, Nita Khurana
2009 Cases Journal  
We report the case of a 38-year-old Asian, Indian female with capillary hemangioma breast in coexistence with the commonly occurring fibroadenoma. Clinical examination of the breast revealed a 4 cm diameter lump. Mammography revealed a well defined slightly hypoechoic lesion with smooth contours. A lumpectomy was performed. Histopathology confirmed the diagnosis of a completely encapsulated fibroadenoma coexistent with a capillary hemangioma in the adjacent breast tissue. The rarity of
more » ... e on breast hemangioma especially capillary type with coexisting fibroadenoma deserves mention.
doi:10.1186/1757-1626-2-7005 pmid:19829893 pmcid:PMC2740063 fatcat:vbyv24rlf5c5dghl7etqtsqzvi

Acinic Cell Carcinoma with Extensive Neuroendocrine Differentiation: A Diagnostic Challenge

Somak Roy, Kajal Kiran Dhingra, Parul Gupta, Nita Khurana, Bulbul Gupta, Ravi Meher
2009 Head and Neck Pathology  
Primary salivary gland carcinoma with neuroendocrine differentiation is of rare occurrence, especially so in the parotid gland. Amongst the various reported primary tumors with neuroendocrine differentiation, acinic cell carcinoma (ACC) one such tumor. A 48 year old lady presented with a gradually increasing right infra-auricular swelling for a period of 1 year which enlarged suddenly in a short period. Contrast Enhanced Computed Tomography (CECT) suggested diagnosis of Pleomorphic Adenoma.
more » ... Needle Aspiration Cytology (FANC) yielded a cystic fluid suggesting a possibility of Warthin's tumor or Oncocytic lesion. Intraoperative findings were suggestive of a Warthin's tumor. Initial histopathological examination of the tumor was suggestive of neuroendocrine carcinoma. However, extensive sectioning revealed peripheral islands of ACC. Immunoexpression of S-100, Neuron specific Enolase (NSE), Chromogranin A and Synaptophysin confirmed the diagnosis. The possibility of neuroendocrine differentiation in a primary salivary gland tumor should be kept in mind whenever a salivary gland tumor shows only neuroendocrine histology.
doi:10.1007/s12105-009-0114-5 pmid:19644544 pmcid:PMC2715458 fatcat:vs6qc537szchjh47klgjsariau

THRUMIN1 Is a Light-Regulated Actin-Bundling Protein Involved in Chloroplast Motility

Craig W. Whippo, Parul Khurana, Phillip A. Davis, Stacy L. DeBlasio, Daniel DeSloover, Christopher J. Staiger, Roger P. Hangarter
2011 Current Biology  
Chloroplast movement in response to changing light conditions optimizes photosynthetic light absorption [1] . This repositioning is stimulated by blue light perceived via the phototropin photoreceptors [2] [3] [4] and is transduced to the actin cytoskeleton [5] . Some actin-based motility systems use filament reorganizations rather than myosinbased translocations [6] . Recent research favors the hypothesis that chloroplast movement is driven by actin reorganization at the plasma membrane [7, 8]
more » ... , but no proteins affecting chloroplast movements have been shown to associate with both the plasma membrane and actin filaments in vivo. Here we identified THRUMIN1 as a critical link between phototropin photoreceptor activity at the plasma membrane and actin-dependent chloroplast movements. THRUMIN1 bundles filamentous actin in vitro, and it localizes to the plasma membrane and displays light-and phototropin-dependent localization to microfilaments in vivo. These results suggest that phototropin-induced actin bundling via THRUMIN1 is important for chloroplast movement. A mammalian homolog of THRUMIN1, GRXCR1, has been implicated in auditory responses and hair cell stereocilla development as a regulator of actin architecture [9, 10]. Studies of THRUMIN1 will help elucidate the function of this family of eukaryotic proteins.
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2010.11.059 pmid:21185188 fatcat:dqi5pnmntjcu5pwpsdeb7dpsim
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