I'IRJ Vol-1, No.2, 2011 Published

IARS International Research Journal

Vol-1, No.2, 2011

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S. No. Title/Author Abstract/Keywords
1. Preface This section contains the general information about the current volume of the journal viz. message from editor, brief introduction about authors of content in current volume, testimonial and motivational messages received by editor, and other covering/packaging content of the journal.

N. Yeok Meng,
K. Ching Hei,
M. Khemlani David
Abstract: The Malaysian Parliament comprises the King (Yang Di-Pertuan Agung), the Senate (Dewan Negara) and the House of Representatives (Dewan Rakyat). The Parliament is the highest legislative authority that formulates laws applicable to the nation as a whole. It is responsible for drafting bills, passing federal laws, making amendments to the constitution, examining the government’s policies and, approving federal government expenditure and new taxes. Participation in parliamentary debates is exclusively meant for Members of Parliament (MPs) who have competed and won in the general elections at their respective parliamentary constituencies. The Parliament serves as a forum to debate and discuss issues pertaining to national interests.

Keywords: Regional Ethnic Sensitivity, Community Behavior, Social Science
3. Study to Assess Physical Health Status of Children at Selected Orphanage in Salem, Chennai – India

B. Shukla,
D. Shukla
Abstract: Orphanages are a vulnerable group in any socio-economic setting simply because they are deprived of one or both of their primary care givers. The level of vulnerability they face however increases significantly with the level of poverty. In India below 18’s population is 42,06,78,000 among them 2,57,00,000 are orphan children. That constitute a major part of the below 18’s population (UNICEF, 2005). Orphans are a group of underprivileged population in society. The evidence from the pediatric and child psychiatry literature makes clear that orphanages are neither an effective nor a humane mode of assistance to infants and families. Orphans are some of the most underprivileged children in the world. With few exceptions, children without parents are deprived of many of the basic rights such as food, shelter, education, and a family environment. Orphanage children are deprived of their primary care givers thus more prone to physical health problems. 

Keywords:Social Health, Nursing, Orphans
4. Formation of Morphable 3D­model of Large Scale Natural Sites by Using Image Based Modeling and Rendering Techniques

R. N. Satpathy,
R. K. Chhoray,
S. Pattnayak

Abstract: This paper presents an application of LP based MRF optimization techniques and also we have turned our attention to a different re­ search topic: the proposal of novel image based modeling and rendering methods, which are capable of automatically reproducing faithful (i.e. photorealistic) digital copies of complex 3D virtual environments, while also allowing the virtual exploration of these environments at interactive frame rates. 
5. Process Capability and Maturity in Information Security

A. Kakkar,
R. Punhani
Abstract: Information security has been more prominently considered under product approach in which this is considered as a framework of products providing different functionalities or features of information security like information availability, authenticity, non-repudiation, etc. But there is another important view point of information security. This is the Process View of information security in which the information security is considered as a process rather than a product. The process approach provides the benefits of repetitiveness, simplicity, and also statistically measureable and controllable. One can statistically manage the process for its maturity and capability. This white paper talks about understanding the information security as a process and then understanding the concepts of process maturity and capability for Information Security in organizations.
Keywords: Information Security, Process Capability, CMM/CMMi, Software Engieering
6. How to Manage Organization & Corporate Communication

V. Malhotra
Abstract: The corporate communication is usually driven by other disciplinary concerns than the field of organizational communication. However, its particular mind-set focusing on wholeness and consistency in corporate messages increasingly power the domain of modern organizational communication as well. Research on corporate communication is a platform for highlighting crucial intersections with select research traditions in organizational communication to argue for a greater integration areas of research. Corporate communication research and show how these dimensions interact in organizational and communication analysis.
Keywords: Corporate Management, Communication, Mass Communication, Media