Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies
December 31, 2018

Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies

(A Quarterly Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal)

Volume 1 Issue 1 October - December 2018

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND DIAMAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY ON IMPURITYBINDING ENERGY OF A SPHERICAL QUANTUM DOT

*A. Rejo Jeice & **K.S. Joseph Wilson

*Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Annai Velankannai College, Tholayavattam, India
**Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Arul Anandar College, Karumathur, Madurai, India

Abstract


The effect of temperature and diamagnetic susceptibiltiyon the hydrogenic donor impurity binding energies of the low-lying states in a GaAs/Ga1-xAlxAsspherical quantum dot is investigated by variational approach within the effective mass approximation. Our result shows that the impurity binding energy decreases with increase in temperature and the diamagnetic susceptibility increases with increase in temperature for larger dot radii and it is not it is not significant to low dot radii. All the calculations have been carried out with finite barriers, and good agreement is obtained with the existing literature values.

Keywords


spherical quantum dot, square well confinement, binging energy, effective mass.

UNKNOWN CIVILIZATION OF PAZHAYARU

Vel Murugan P

Research Scholar, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Civilizations have risen on the banks of rivers. Rivers provide people with the necessaries of life. Though early life of people started in and around caves and thickly wooded jungles, it advanced to become cultured only on banks of rivers. In Tamilnadu, the small but perennial rivers have been the centres of some famous Civilizations. But the Civilization of a river bed in the extreme south, i.e, the Pazhayaru river valley civilization is not much known to the people. The Pazhayaru river, the remaining part of the lost Paghruli river system, though small in length, is high in civilization. It had created some of the best known cities, towns, trading centres, centres of worship and cultural integration and harmony.

Keywords


pazhayaru, paghruli, kumari continent, lemurian continent.

MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH OF XI STANDARD STUDENTS

Priyanka J

M.Ed. Student, Bishop Agniswamy College of Education, Muttom. Kanyakmari District, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


The main objective of this study is to find out the relationship between multiple intelligence and achievement in English of XI standard students. Multiple intelligence and achievement in English questionnaires are used to collect the relevant data. The sample consists of 300 XI standard students from four higher secondary schools. Among them 105 are male students and 195 are female students. The data are analysed by ‘t’ test and Karl Pearson’s Product moment correlation. The results indicate that there is significant relationship between multiple intelligence and achievement in English of XI standard students.

Keywords


multiple intelligence, achievement in english, XI standard students.

AFROPOLITANISM IN CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S AMERICANAH

Shoba Jini V

P.G Assistant in English, L.M.S Girls Higher Secondary School, Marthandam, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


This paper applies the concept of “Afropolitanism” promulgated by Taiye Selasi in her essay “Bye-Bye Babar” (or: What is an Afropolitan?) in 2005, to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel Americanah. Selasi in her essay blends the words “cosmopolitan” and “Africa”, and coins a new term “Afropolitan” which discusses the life of native Africans who live on various continents other than Africa. The novel deals with the life of two Nigerian teenagers Ifemelu and Obinze, who aspire to further their education in America. Ifemelu gets visa and goes to America, while Obinze is refused, he ends up going to England. Both of them struggle in the first world country to create an identity of their own in the midst of cultural and community clashes. All the characters of the novel, who have immigrated to the first world countries, adopt the new culture and new life style. This paper describes the national, cultural and racial identity of Afropolitans in relevance to the novel. It also examines the cultural hybridity seen in the new generation Africans settled in different urban centers. The study further states that despite hybridity of cultures, the Africans have strong bonding for their roots.

Keywords


afropolitanism, cosmopolitan identity, cultural hybridity, african bond.

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