St. Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science

About the journal

St. Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science is a new innovation of Josephians to promote research and development in the field of Humanities and Science in our esteemed institution.

Our college is a legacy of the 19th Century, handed down to us by the venerable fathers of the society of the Foreign Mission of Paris. Its nucleus was the St. Joseph’s High School which was started in 1868 A.D. This School was elevated into a college in 1884 A.D. through the efforts of Father Tarbes and was affiliated to the University of Madras. The District-Gazetteer, South Arcot District, had recorded that the prime educational institution and the only college in the District in the 19th century was St. Joseph’s College. It once again became a high school in 1909 due to financial and other constraints. Since then, there had been several attempts to revitalize the college. The dream became a reality when the college was reborn as St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Science in 1991. The college was inaugurated on 11th October 1991, at a stately function presided over by his Excellency Bhishma Narain Singh, the then Governor of Tamil Nadu through the efforts of Rev. Fr. R. Ratchagar, the then Secretary of the College. The college obtained Permanent Affiliation on 08.02.2008, the Autonomous status on 09.06.2008, and the reaccreditation status ‘A’ Grade on 16.09.2011 by the NAAC and Section 12 (B) status of UGC Act, 1956 on 28-Aug-2015. Our college applied for 3rd cycle Reaccreditation status on 22.2.2017 and has been awarded with ‘A’ Grade with CGPA 3.31. Under the leadership of the present Secretary of the College
Rev. Fr. G. Peter Rajendiram our institution will continue to march towards excellence in the years to come.

This Journal is one such fine practice which will be followed in the coming years. The Research Development Cell works for the best and innovative ideas in the following thrust areas in our college.

St. Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science enables the researchers to create new ideas and innovations in their respective fields which will surely enable them to take their research exposure to next levels of achievement in the years to come.

Aim and Scope

The Journal of Humanities and Science is dedicated to the publication of full-length articles and review in the following department,

Department of Computer Science

1. Data Mining & Multimedia

2. Knowledge Management

3. Artificial Intelligence

4. 4G Technologies

5. Security Systems., etc.,

Department of Commerce

1. Human Resource Management

2. Consumer Behavior

3. Agricultural Marketing, etc.,

Department of Computer Applications

1. Multimedia

2. Data Mining

3. Land Record Management System, etc.,

Department of Biochemistry

1. Clinical Biochemistry

2. Environmental Toxicology

3. Nutritional Biochemistry

4. Biomaterials

5. Nano Biotechnology, etc.,

Department of Psychology

1. Mental Health, etc.,

Department of Social Work

1. Self Help Groups, etc.,

Department of Physics

1. Nanotechnology

2. Thin Films Technology

3. Ultrasonics

4. Theoretical & Computational Physics

5. Crystal Growth, etc.,

Department of Microbiology

1. Infectious Disease Surveillance

2. Biofilms

3. Nano Biotechnology, etc.,

Department of Mathematics

1. Fuzzy Applications in Medical Field and Biological Field

2. Differential Equations of Higher Order, etc.,

Department of Chemistry

1. Theoretical and Computational Chemistry

2. Synthetic Organic Chemistry

3. Physical Organic Chemistry

4. Green Chemistry

5. Environmental Chemistry, etc.,

Department of Zoology

1. Solid Waste Management, etc.,

Department of Statistics

1. Statistical Analysis, etc.,

Copyright

After the acceptance of an article, we will send the ‘Journal Publishing Agreement’ to the e-mail of corresponding author, the corresponding author will get concurrence from other author and send back the Journal Publishing Agreement to the Journal office only.

The Journal has all rights to distribution the published work to other institution / University / other sector without any permission from the authors of the published work.

Editorial procedure

All submitted manuscript has gone through similarity checkup / Plagiarism, if plagiarism percentage exceed the journal standard the manuscript is send back to author. After the plagiarism checkup the manuscript has send to Indian and Foreign reviewer for review. The progress of the manuscript has been communicated through e-mail to the corresponding author.

Manuscript Preparation

Types of paper taken for consideration in St.Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science Journal.

Original Research Paper, Review Paper has been consideration for publication in the journal.Submission of a manuscript implies: that the work described has not been published before; that it is not under consideration for publication anywhere else; that its publication has been approved by all co-authors, if any, as well as by the responsible authorities – tacitly or explicitly – at the institute where the work has been carried out. The publisher will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.

Editorial procedure

All submitted manuscript has gone through similarity checkup / Plagiarism, if plagiarism percentage exceed the journal standard the manuscript is send back to author. After the plagiarism checkup the manuscript has send to Indian and Foreign reviewer for review. The progress of the manuscript has been communicated through e-mail to the corresponding author.

Instruction to Manuscript Preparation

Use a normal, plain font (e.g., 12-point Times Roman)
Each section should be number in Arabic numerals, e.g (1. Introduction, 2. Materials and Methods.etc.). Each section may be split and numbered as 1.1, 2.1, 3.2 etc.,
Use tab stops or other commands for indents, not the space bar.
Use the table function, not spreadsheets, to make tables.
Use the equation editor or Math Type for equations.

Text Formatting
Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word format only.

Title
The title should be Concise and informative. Avoid abbreviations if possible in the title.

Author names and affiliations
Please provide the full name of the author or author(s) of the workand check that all names are accurately spelled. Indicate all affiliations after the author’s name with complete institution address. Alteration of the authors name list in the manuscript is not accepted after acceptance.Adding and/or deleting authors at revision stage may be justifiably. A letter must accompany the revised manuscript to explain the role of the added and/or deleted author(s) should be produced.

Corresponding author
The indication of the correspondence authorof all stages of the article should be mention by using * symbol over the author in the manuscript. Ensure that the e-mail address along with contact number is must be provided.

Abstract
The abstract should contain the purpose of the research work under taken, obtained results and major finding. An abstract is often presented inside the article must contain 150 to 250 words. Avoid undefined abbreviations or unspecified references in the abstract.

Keywords
Immediately after the abstract, maximum of 6 keywords should be provided. These keywords are used for indexing purposes in the journal. The keywords must be separated by
semi colon e.g (water; air; fire).

Introduction

The introduction should contain the brief idea of work done in manuscript. The introduction should not contain detail of history or literature review for science discipline. The drafting of introduction should be done in such a manner that reader should understand the need of work to the result of work done.

Results and Discussion
The result work should include the evaluation parameters with detail description of method and results obtain for the final selected batch.

Table Preparation

All tables are to be numbered using Arabic numerals and must be inserted in the manuscriptwherever is necessary.
Tables must be cited in text in consecutive numerical order, e.g., Table 1, Table 2, Tables 1-2.,
For each table, please supply a table caption (title) explaining the components of the table.
Identify any previously published material by giving the original source in the form of a reference at the end of the table caption.
Footnotes to tables should be indicated by superscript lower-case letters.

Figure Preparation
Supply all figures electronically and numbering the figures as “Fig” and figure number, e.g Fig.1, Figs. 1-2.
Figures should be in the form of JPEG or TIF format and insert inside the manuscript.

Permissions
Authors wishing to include figures, tables, or text passages that have already been published elsewhere are required to obtain permission from the copyright owner(s) for both the print and online format and to include evidence that such permission has been granted when submitting their papers. Any material received without such evidence will be assumed to originate from the authors.

Conclusion
The conclusion should not be more than 100 words which summarized the whole work briefly.

Acknowledgments
Acknowledgments of grants, funds, people, etc., should be kept after the conclusion. The names of funding organizations should be written in full.

Reference Style
The followingreference style should be followed in the journal. The reference should be number as [1], [2], [3] in the reference list and same style should be strictly numbered in the text.

Journal article
S.Xavier, S.Periandy, K.Carthigayan, S.Sebastian, Journal of Molecular Structure, 1125 (2016) 204-216.

Article by DOI
M.K. Slifka, J.L. Whitton, J Mol Med. (2000) doi:10.1007/s001090000086

Book
J. Keeler, Understanding NMR spectroscopy, 3rdEdn, Wiley, (2002) pp.10-15.

Book chapter

D.M. Abrams, In Conductive Polymers, ed. By R.S. Seymour, A. Smith (Springer, New York, (1973), p. 307

Permission and Acknowledgment

Permissions
Authors wishing to include figures, tables, or text passages that have already been published elsewhere are required to obtain permission from the copyright owner(s) for both the print and online format and to include evidence that such permission has been granted when submitting their papers. Any material received without such evidence will be assumed to originate from the authors.

Acknowledgments
Acknowledgments of grants, funds, people, etc., should be kept after the conclusion. The names of funding organizations should be written in full.

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.

Publication Ethics

Maintaining integrity of the research and its presentation can be achieved by following the rules of good scientific practice, which include:

The manuscript has not been submitted any where in other journal.
The manuscript has not been published previously (either partial or in full form), or expansion of previous work (please provide transparency on the re-use of material to avoid the hint of text-recycling (“self-plagiarism”)).
A single study can not be split up into several parts to increase the quantity of submissions and submitted to various journals or to one journal over time (e.g. “salami-publishing”).
No data should not be fabricated or manipulated (including images, tables, figures) to support your research finding.
No data, text, or theories by others are presented as if they were the author’s own (“plagiarism”). Proper acknowledgements to other works must be given and proper acknowledgement and permissions are to be submitted and acknowledged.
Important note: the journal may use software to screen for plagiarism.

Authors whose names appear on the submission have contributed sufficiently to the scientific work and therefore share collective responsibility and accountability for the results.
Authors are strongly advised to ensure the correct author group, corresponding author, and order of authors at submission. Changes of authorship or in the order of authors are not accepted after acceptance of a manuscript.

Adding and/or deleting authors at revision stage may be justifiably is possible with proper requisition from all authors. A letter must accompany the revised manuscript to explain the role of the added and/or deleted author(s). Further documentation may be required to support your request.
Requests for addition or removal of authors as a result of authorship disputes after acceptance are honored after formal notification by the institute or independent body and/or when there is agreement between all authors.
Upon request authors should be prepared to send relevant documentation or data in order to verify the validity of the results. This could be in the form of raw data, samples, records, etc. Sensitive information in the form of confidential proprietary data is excluded.

Review Process

Peer review

This journal follows a single blind review process. All submitted article/review article will be initially assessed by the editor for suitability for the journal. Only applicable papers for the journals are typically sent to a minimum of two independent expert / reviewers to assess the quality of the work. The Editor is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles. The Editor’s decision is final.

St.Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science 

Volume 1  Issue 1  January 2014  ISSN: 2347-5331

HUMANATIES
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 A Study on Students’ Test-Taking Attitude in Relation to Their Self Concept Rev.Fr.Dr.Ratchagar.I &
Arokia Mary. A
1(1)(2014)3-6 Click Here
2 Fort St. David (Cuddalore) Seat of British Presidency (1746 – 1752) S.Chinnappan 1(1)(2014)7-9 Click Here
3 ‘Waiting For Godot’ – A Christian Criticism Jeyanthii Ravichandran 1(1) (2014)10-12 Click Here
4 Teaching Poetry at College Level A.Rayappan 1(1) (2014) 13-16 Click Here
5 Kurunthogai Suttum Thani Nilai Uvamaigal(in Tamil) M.Vanathaiyan 1(1)(2014)17-19 Click Here
6 Career Planning – “A Strategic Approach” R.Krishnakumar 1(1) ( 2014)20-22 Click Here
7 Risk Taking Capacity of Investors in Share Market – A Special Reference to Puducherry Region L.Santhanaraj & L.Vijayakumar 1(1)(2014) 23-26 Click Here
8 Promotion of Entrepreneurial Activity Among Youth in India R.Krishnaveni 1(1)(2014) 27-30 Click Here
9 Socio-Economic Rights of The Early Married Muslim Women S.Shabna 1(1)(2014) 31-35 Click Here
10 Physicians’ and Their Patients’ Attitudes Towards Gifts Given by
the Pharmaceutical Companies
Babita.R & M.Jezer Jebanesan 1(1)(2014) 36-40 Click Here
11 Determination of Consumer Purchase Behaviour – An Overview M. Rajarajan 1(1)(2014) 41-45 Click Here
12 Environment, Energy and E-Commerce K.Padhmanaban 1(1)(2014) 46-48 Click Here
13 A Study on Environmental Accounting and Reporting in
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited, Neyveli
M.Suresh 1(1)(2014) 49-52 Click Here
14 Universal Banking for Horticulture Sector of Jammu and Kashmir Nazir Fassahat Buchoo 1(1)(2014) 53-55 Click Here
15 Cooperative Enterprises Build a Better World D.Ilangovan 1(1)(2014) 56-61 Click Here

SCIENCE
1 4G Informatics Cloud for Army Defense M.Arumai Selvam 1(1)(2014)65-68 Click Here
2 An Expert System to Transfer Learning to Application G.M.Nasaria, R.Vidya & D.Vigneshwara Raj 1(1)(2014)69-72 Click Here
3 A Framework to Develop qualitative Bankruptcy Prediction RulesUsing Swarm Intelligence A.Martin, T.Miranda Lakshmi & V.Prasanna Venkatesan 1(1)(2014)73-81 Click Here
4 Analysing the Association Pattern Between various Parameters Related to Audio Using WEKA Tools A.John Pradeep ebenezer 1(1)(2014)82-86 Click Here
5 A Novel Approach to Data Preprocessing Using Discretization Technique for quality Data Mining G.Suresh & Mr.S.Muthukumaran 1(1)(2014)87-97 Click Here
6 Production of Rabies Immunoglobulin Using Caprylic Acid Purification Method J.Jaya Prakash 1(1)(2014)98-102 Click Here
7 Sum Labeling for Arbitrary Supersubdivision of Comb, Pn Ɵ 2K1
& Spider
Gerard Rozario J. & Jon Arockiaraj J. 1(1)(2014)103-105 Click Here
8 A Review on the Recent Developments in Wound Dressing Materials V.Ramnath & A.P.Marie Arockianathan 1(1)(2014)106-109 Click Here
9 Phase Diagram Studies on the Mixed Rare Earth Oxide System (DY2O & zRO2) Anita Sagayapushpam, A.Christy Ferdinand & D.Manikandan 1(1)(2014)110-114 Click Here
10 FTIR, FT – Raman and Density Functional Theory Calculations on Acetazolamide B.Uma Mageswari, S.Xavier &
R.Thilak Kumar
1(1)(2014)115-123 Click Here
11 Ion Exchange Capacity in Coir Pith P. Thenmozhi 1(1)(2014)124-126 Click Here
12 The Science of Blood and Blood Donation V.Sivagangailakshmi 1(1)(2014)127-131 Click Here
13 Hypertension and its Relation with Body Mass Index in Rural Population in Tamilnadu P.K.Govindarajan 1(1)(2014)132-134 Click Here
14 Biochemical Differentials Between University and Non University Men Players of various Disciplines P.Karthikeyan 1(1)(2014)135-136 Click Here

St.Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science

Volume 1 Issue 2 August 2014 ISSN: 2347-5331

HUMANATIES
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 A Feministic Reading in Surfacing by Margaret Atwood P.Indhu Sakthi 1(2) (2014) 3-7 Click Here
2 A Journey: Women in Search of Self-Fulfillment in Ambai’s Fish in A Dwindling Lake P.Ananthi 1(2) (2014) 8-11 Click Here
3 Expressionism in the Play the American Dream by Edward Albee A.Julie 1(2) (2014) 12-15 Click Here
4 Enlightenment and Digression in Literary Creativity V.R.Suresh Kumar 1(2) (2014) 16-19 Click Here
5 Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot’: An Existential Absurd Play A.Arun Daves 1(2) (2014) 20-25 Click Here
6 Exploring Identity and Hybridity in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth P.Sophia Morais 1(2) ( 2014) 26-32 Click Here
7 Quality of Work Life of Employees: Emerging Dimensions L.Santhana Raj 1(2) (2014) 33-38 Click Here
8 Viral Marketing – An Overview R.Krishna Kumar & R.Logu 1(2) (2014) 39-42 Click Here

SCIENCE
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 Study of Biochemical Analysis and Antibacterial Activity of Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root Extracts K.Prabhu & P.Kanagalakshmi 1(2) (2014) 45-49 Click Here
2 Production of Siderophore Using Bacterial Isolates from Rhizosphere of Paddy P.Poonguzhali & M.Saranya 1(2) (2014) 50-53 Click Here
3 NMR, UV-Visible, NLO, NBO, MEP and Vibrational Spectroscopic (IR and Raman) Analysis of O-Nitrobenzamide Rev. Fr. S.Xavier, S.Sumathi & K.Sivakamasundari 1(2) (2014) 54-72 Click Here
4 Effects of Precursor Type and Molarity on Phase Stability and Optical Properties of IN2O3 Thin Films Deposited by Spray Pyrolysis .Joseph Panneerdoss, S.Johnson Jeyakumar, M.Jothibas,
S.Ramalingam & M.Bououdina
1(2) (2014) 73-81 Click Here
5 Crystal Growth, Optical and Microhardness Studies of an Organic Nonlinear Optical PNDG Single Crystal G.Dhivya, A.Christy Ferdinand, V.Manikandan & S.Sornambal 1(2) (2014)82-86 Click Here
6 Efficiency of Cart and Regression Trees in Predicting Student’s Absenteeism in an Academic Year G.Suresh, K.Arunmozhi Arasan & S.Muthukumaran 1(2) (2014) 87-92 Click Here
7 Categorical Analysis of Routing Protocols M.Arumai Selvam, E.Ilavarasan, B.Nanthini & T.Revathi 1(2) (2014) 93-100 Click Here
8 Mental Health of College Teachers E.Ruby Violet Rani, K.Govind &Rev. Fr.Dr.I.Ratchagar 1(2) (2014) 101-105 Click Here

St.Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science 

Volume 2  Issue 1  January 2014  ISSN: 2347-5331

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HUMANATIES
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 The plight of woman in ambai’s my mother, her crime. R.Sadhana 2(1) (2015) 3-4 Click Here
2 Treatment of female tribes in the select stories of Mahasweta Devi.Manju Kapur T.Shalini 2(1) (2015) 5-7 Click Here
3 Misinterpretation and untranslatability in the translated version of Karukku. P.Sophia Morais 2(1) (2015) 8-12 Click Here
4 Employee welfare measures – a study with reference to Lenovo Pvt ltd., Puducherry. P.James Mary 2(1) (2015) 13-19 Click Here
5 A study on employee’s perception on performance appraisal in Shasun Pharmaceuticals Limited,Sipcot, in Cuddalore district. L.Santhana Raj 2(1) (2015) 20-28 Click Here
SCIENCE
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 Reduced differential transform method for solving partial differential equations arising in Physics & Engineering T.Henson , E.Saranya and G.Prem Kumar 3(2) (2016) 27-30 Click Here
2 Apigenin: A Potent Chemopreventive Agent Against Oral Carcinogenesis – A Review S.Silvan 2(1) (2015) 36-44 Click Here
3 Estimation of Absolute Cohesion Energies of Zn and Cd in materials N.Suguna, A.Christy Ferdinand,Rao, G.Dhivya &D.Manikandan 2(1) (2015) 45-48 Click Here
4 NBO, HOMO-LUMO and Electronic Structural Analysis of 2-amino 5-nitrobenzophenone A.Bhuvaneswari, S.Xavier & S.Periandy 2(1) (2015) 49-54 Click Here
5 Size and shape determination of ZnO, MgO, CaO nanoparticles by Particle size analyser & optical microscopy G.Dhivya, A.Christy Ferdinand, Geo Princy, N.Suguna & D.Manikandan 2(1) (2015) 55-57 Click Here

St.Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science 

Volume 2  Issue 2  January 2014  ISSN: 2347-5331

About the Journal

HUMANATIES
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 A Sense of Woman’s Self-Assertion in Nayantara Sahgal’s the day in Shadow. S.Umamageswari 2(2)(2015) 3-5 Click Here
2 Impact of visual merchandising on impulse Buying behavior – With reference to puducherry region. R.Krishnakumar & G.Bhuvaneswari 2(2)(2015) 6-10 Click Here
3 A Study on Women empowerment through Self help groups (SHGs) at Kanagachettikulam, Puducherry. Durai Raj. J & Arokia Mary 2(2)(2015) 11-16 Click Here
4 A Study on Behavior based on Safety Management with reference to Shasun Chemicals And Drugs Limited (SCDL), Sipcot, cuddalore district. L.Santhana Raj 2(2)(2015) 17-28 Click Here
5 Distress of indebtedness among Rural households in Kerala: A socio-economic study N.Karunakaran & K.V.ajina 2(2)(2015) 29-32 Click Here
6 Religious tourist places in Tiruvannamalai – A Study. K.Karthikeyan 2(2)(2015) 33-37 Click Here
7 Organisational environment and job attitude among the industrial employees. A.Arokia Mary & Sam Deva Asir Rm 2(2)(2015) 38-43 Click Here
8 Mental Health of College Teachers E.Ruby Violet Rani, K.Govind &Rev. Fr.Dr.I.Ratchagar 1(2) (2014) 101-105 Click Here
SCIENCE
S.No Title of the Article Author’s Name Volume No. Issue No. Year & page Nos. Download Links
1 Reduced differential transform method for solving partial differential equations arising in Physics & Engineering T.Henson , E.Saranya and G.Prem Kumar 3(2) (2016) 27-30 Click Here
2 Apigenin: A Potent Chemopreventive Agent Against Oral Carcinogenesis – A Review S.Silvan 2(1) (2015) 36-44 Click Here
3 Estimation of Absolute Cohesion Energies of Zn and Cd in materials N.Suguna, A.Christy Ferdinand,Rao, G.Dhivya &D.Manikandan 2(1) (2015) 45-48 Click Here
4 NBO, HOMO-LUMO and Electronic Structural Analysis of 2-amino 5-nitrobenzophenone A.Bhuvaneswari, S.Xavier & S.Periandy 2(1) (2015) 49-54 Click Here
5 Size and shape determination of ZnO, MgO, CaO nanoparticles by Particle size analyser & optical microscopy G.Dhivya, A.Christy Ferdinand, Geo Princy, N.Suguna & D.Manikandan 2(1) (2015) 55-57 Click Here

St.Joseph’s Journal of Humanities and Science 

Volume 3  Issue 1  January 2014  ISSN: 2347-5331

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