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Articles by Pardeep Kumar
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  Pardeep Kumar
  Nestle’s origination took place when two Swiss Enterprises were founded in 1860. Nestle founded by Henri Nestle in 1886, headquarters lies in Vevey Switzerland. Nestle merged with Anglo-Swiss in 1905 and new company was formed known as Nestle Group. Today’s Nestle is one of the leading nutrition, health and wellness corporations in the world. Organization behaviour creates interface amongst human behaviour, organizational settings and environments. Organization behaviour understands, predicts and control human behavior in organization. It creates a conducive environment benefits both individual and organization and provided much needed satisfaction to employees and contribute to achieve objectives. It concern with the actions of people and emphasize on developing interpersonal and human skill of managers to handle effectively subordinates. The study undertakes to understand the different components of organizational behaviour to understand behavioural pattern at Nestle corporation. The study undertakes to analyze the communication process, its working and suggest how to make it effective at Nestle corporation. The study also assesses the Nestle’s culture and nature of leadership. The study throws light on personality dimension of Nestle employees, learning process and individual and group level behaviour.
  Pardeep Kumar
  The aim of the present research was to study the effect of uniform vertical magnetic field on the couple-stress fluid heated from below in the presence of a uniform rotation. Following the linearized stability theory, Boussinesq approximation and normal mode analysis, the dispersion relation is obtained. The stationary convection, stability of the system and oscillatory modes are discussed. Graphs have been plotted by giving numerical values to the parameters, to depict the stability characteristics. For the case of stationary convection, it is found that rotation has a stabilizing effect whereas the magnetic field and couple-stress have both stabilizing and destabilizing effects. The rotation and magnetic field are found to introduce oscillatory modes in the system which were non-existent in their absence.
  Pardeep Kumar , Meenu Mehta , Saurabh Satija and Munish Garg
  Controlling post-prandial hyperglycaemia through enzymatic inhibition of starch degradation is an effective therapeutic approach in the management of diabetes mellitus. To achieve this, twelve indigenous antidiabetic Indian medicinal plants such as Trigonella foenum-graecum, Ocimum sanctum, Aegle marmelos, Plantago ovata, Catharanthus roseus, Alium cepa, Azadirachta indica, Aloe vera, Magnifera indica, Terminalia chebula, Eugenia jambolana and Linum usitatisumum were subjected to sequential solvent extraction and thereafter, 48 fractions were screened for their α-amylase inhibitory potential at three dosage levels in vitro. Out of the 144 samples, Eugenia jambolana water extract showed maximum α-amylase inhibitory activity with IC50 value 1.33 mg mL-1 in comparison with standard drug acarbose (IC50 value 0.86 mg mL-1). Quantitative phytochemical analysis of the lead extract revealed the presence of phenolic content as 69.68 mg tannic acid equivalent g-1 while flavonoidal content as 57.39 mg rutin equivalent g-1. Present study indicated Eugenia jambolana as a potential α-amylase inhibitor in the management of diabetes.
 
 
 
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