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IJSRP, Volume 12, Issue 10, October 2022 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]

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Analysis of Community Satisfaction in the “Mamanda Village” Socio-Cultural Program Balida Village, Paringin District, Balangan Regency
      Aan Nurhadi, Heriyanto Andilolo, Muhammad Zulfadeli Rachman, Jatmiko Wicaksono, Lenie Marlinae, Muhammad Azmi Ma’ruf, Tien Zubaidah
Abstract: The development of the PT Adaro Indonesia mining communitys Corporate Social Responsibility program is very focused on cultural preservation. One such program is the Advanced and Empowered Village (Mamanda) in Balida, Balangan Regency. A program that carries out village tourism activities through the development of the Racah Ablelang Cultural Market with the attraction of traditional arts through cultural market events, educational tours through endemic flora conservation and family tourism facilities. The program started in 2017. This study uses a cross-sectional survey methodology and is analytic and observational. The instrument or tool used in this research is a public perception questionnaire based on the Community Satisfaction Index (CSI) which was developed fromPANRB Candy 14/2017.

      Omran Alfky
Abstract: In todays business world, due to the globalization of the world market, in which multinational companies take precedence, the function of corporate governance is gaining an increasing role. The need for corporate governance is necessary in order to separate the two segments of the company, namely: ownership structure, on the one hand, and corporate governance, on the other hand. Also, due to the globalization of the world market, the integration of large organizational systems is frequent. In such cases, a large number of interest groups appear as stakeholders, such as: shareholders, supervisory boards, various committees, employees, business associates and others.

Abstract: The safety as well as reliability of computers networks and systems, essential modern infrastructures, are now urgently threatened by DDoS attacks. DDoS attack detection must be accomplished even before prevention strategies can be implemented. However, because to a flaw in ML/DL-based systems known as the Open Set Recognition (OSR) problem, full-scale success is still out of reach. An ML/DL-based system handling new instances that arent taken from either the distribution system of a training data in this situation. It occurred when comes to DDoS attack detection because these attacks technology is always changing, traffic patterns are shifting.

      Irine jepkurui barkutwo, Dr. Joash Amwango, Dr. Mercy Mauki
Abstract: The study sought to determine the extent of parental involvement in Sunday school ministry impact on the spiritual formation of teenagers in Africa inland church Kapropita district church council. The target population was 349 participants. The study used mixed methods with a sample size of 181 using Yaro Yamane formulae. The researcher used simple random sampling to obtain participants who filled the questionnaires, and focus group to complement quantitative research methods. The analysis was conducted using (SPSS) version 23 and QDA miner lite version 2.0 8.

      S. Nath, S.Kalita
Abstract: Deep learning algorithm are useful for investigation of ionospheric weather using past ionospheric data under various space weather conditions. The Total electron content (TEC) is an important parameter of the ionosphere and prediction of TEC are very challenging task, mainly in anomaly crest station. This research develops and analyzes a technique based on long short‐term memory (LSTM) neural network (NN) for the short-term ionospheric TEC prediction. In this work, multi-input LSTM forecasting technique is utilized and tested for evaluating its capability in prediction of ionspheric TEC over Lhasa, China station (Longitude: 91.10397200 , Latitude : 29.65734166) using vertical Total Electron Content (TECV) with Solar and Geomagnetic time series data. The results were then compared with the observed TEC collected by the IGS network. The result shows that the model could recognize the variation trend of typical TEC profile and have a good performance of the short term ionospheric TEC prediction.

      Shreya Joshi
Abstract: Histiocytes play an important role in defense mechanism (innate and acquired immunity) by phagocytizing pathogens and / or cellular debris and by presenting antigens to stimulate lymphocytes and other immune cells to augment response to pathogens. Abnormal proliferation of histiocytes occur in cell differentiation and results in histiocytic sarcoma (HS). It is extremely rare and malignant form of tumor with usually aggressive clinical course. The signs and symptoms are systemic symptoms (fever, weight loss), hepatosplenomegaly, adenopathy’s, intestinal obstruction, rash and pancytopenia. Here, a case report on 12- year- old female patient suffering from histiocytic sarcoma for 1 year 10 months. A relief in form of decrease in size of lump present at neck and relief in systemic symptoms were noted by treatment of one month of Ayurvedic medicine and local application of Lepa, which clearly indicate the efficacy of Ayurveda treatment and improve quality of life of patient.

      Dr. Neena Parashar
Abstract: Epilepsy is a serious neurologic disorder that manifests as recurrent unprovoked seizures that result from excess neuronal discharge.Epilepsy is a problem that affects 0.5-1.0 percent of women of the reproductive age.Its an estimated prevalence of 1.2 percent of the population.While nearly 90% of women are blessed with uncomplicated pregnancy and smooth deliveries, women who suffer from epilepsy have a higher chance of developing postpartum complications, including intra-, and ante- women will be stable during pregnancy and 96% have an uninjured baby.however,for certain epileptic women, there could be a danger of significant maternal and postnatal morbidity and mortality.

      Jolan Baccay Sy, Jake Dayag La Madrid
Abstract: A network of tiny battery-operated devices known as a wireless sensor network requires careful consideration of its energy usage. Care should be made in their design because they are typically used in hostile environments where battery replacement is impossible. In order to manage energy usage, routing is one of the key design considerations. At the same time, route is likely the most challenging aspect of network architecture. A noble centralized clustered tree-based routing system with a mobile sink was our suggestion. It is centralized to take advantage of the base stations limitless capacity and made into a cluster to cut down on energy use from redundant data transmission. For the control of mobile sink and load, we employed a tree-based technique.

      Dr. Neena Parasher
Abstract: Systematic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a long-term autoimmune disease (a chronic condition) that results from malfunctioning of the immune system with severity from mild to life-threatening (1). It can cause rash, arthritis, serositis, nephritis, seizures, or psychosis, which might be continuous in some cases (2). There is a high incidence of SLE in black Caribbean females (33/100000), whereas in India it is 9.9/100000 (1). The disease has a female preponderance, especially among women of childbearing age (3). In spite of the fact that SLE is the most common autoimmune rheumatic disease encountered in pregnancy, modern drug therapies and management have helped many women who are of childbearing age to conceive. SLE-suffering women have a higher fetal and material risk during pregnancy than healthy women (4). When SLE has been quiescent for six months or more before getting pregnant, the prognosis for both mother and child is best.

      Dr Renu Gupta, Dr Seema Manuja
Abstract: Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) is one type of ovarian dysfunction that is characterized by severe changes in the reproductive and physiological functions of females , resulting in 1percent of infertility before 40 years old. The traditional treatment options using hormonal substitute therapy (HRT) comes with numerous negative side effects, and it isnt able to repair the normal reproduction capacity and ovarian function.

      Dr. Nishtha Gupta
Abstract: Fetal growth restriction (FGR), is a condition where an unborn baby (fetus), is smaller than what is expected for the number weeks of pregnancy (gestational year). This is usually described as a weight that is less than the 10th per centile. It is a baby whose estimated weight is less than the 10th percentile. An AFI that shows a fluid level less than 5 cm (or the 5th percentile) or a lack of fluid pockets 2-3 cm in depth at 32-36-week gestation would indicate oligohydramnios. It vasodilates myometrial arteries, and increases the amniotic fluid quantity. To provide a comprehensive description of sildenafil Citrates use in iugr or oligohydramnios, we reviewed the numerous literature sources.

      Dr. Nishtha Gupta
Abstract: The mullerian system developmental anomalies are some of the most interesting disorders that gynecologists and obstetricians come across. The primordial anlage of the female reproductive system is the mullerian. They divide to form the fallopian tubes and uterus. This system can lead to a variety of malformations. These malformations can range from uterine or vaginal agenesis, duplication of the vagina and uterus, to minor uterine cavities abnormalities and duplication of some uterine structures. Mullerian malformations often occur in association with abnormalities of the axial and renal skeletal systems. They are often first seen when patients are examined for other conditions. Mullerian duct anomalies (MDAs), in most cases, are associated with functioning ovaries or age-appropriate external genitalia. These abnormalities can be recognized as soon as puberty begins.

      Rintani Hidayat
Abstract: This study discusses strategies by teachers in schools regarding blended learning at junior high school 4 Merangin. The purpose of this study was to determine the strategy of Indonesian language teachers in blended learning at junior high school 4 Merangin. This research method is a case study. The research approach used is qualitative. Data collection techniques are in-depth interviews and documentation. The results of the research on blended learning strategies are a combination of two or more strategies and learning methods to get the learning outcomes expected by the teacher. The strategies used by Indonesian language teachers in blended learning are as follows: youtube, videos, recordings, learning materials and, whatsapp. What has been found in indicators or in a theoretical concept.

      Dr. Divya Kumar
Abstract: The endometrium plays an important role in the success of a pregnancy. There have been many clinical treatments that have been tried to increase endometrial thickness. These include hormone replacement, growth hormone and aspirin. However, they face numerous difficulties. The platelet-rich plasma method (PRP), was therefore considered. Infertile women suffering from recurrent implantation loss (RIF) or thin endometrium have been treated with intrauterine autologous plasma (PRP). Twelve patients with infertility between the ages of 25 and 40 were chosen for PRP treatment. The data suggests that PRP treatment may improve endometrial thickness as well as receptivity. The study concluded that PRP is effective in increasing endometrium thickness, which can lead to clinical pregnancy.

      Dr Divya Kumar
Abstract: The number of babies born due to infertility treatment with in vitro fertilization (IVF) worldwide is estimated to be more than 8 million since the birth of the worlds first IVF baby 43 years ago. IVF and other fertility treatments may enable 400 million people or 3% of the entire worlds population to be alive by the year 2100.

      Dr. Nishtha Gupta
Abstract: Regenerative medicine, a promising new interdisciplinary field, combines engineering and life sciences principles to promote healing. It can restore damaged and diseased tissues as well as whole organs. Tissue engineering, cell therapies, medical devices, and artificial organs are some of the tools that can be used in regenerative medicine. The goal is not to treat symptoms with medications and procedures but to replace damaged tissues and organs. [1] This presentation will discuss the various methods of regenerative medicine, with a special focus on stem/cord cells in regenerative medicines.

      Md. Shahjahan Ali, Mohammad Mahdi Hasan, Jagobandhu Some, Muhammad Sharif
Abstract: Bangladesh is a small country located in South-East Asia in Ganges- Brahmaputra- Meghna basin. It shares its border with India in the West, North and East and with Myanmar in the South-East. The Rohingyas are an ethnic, righteous, and philologic minority in Myanmar who initially dwell in the three townships of North Arakan, which borders Bangladesh. They have experienced ethnic cleansing in Arakan Province by the Buddhist majority of Myanmar, compelling them to run away in search of relative safety in Bangladesh.

      Francesco Paolo Pinello
Abstract: Christianity is a matter of perception and conception of reality: of language (Word-words), of thought (intellect, Fides et ratio) and of referents (God the foundation of all created reality, the Church and the «Kingdom of God»). It is a matter of imaginary and collective imagination. Human beings have not only intelligence, but also imagination, creativity, emotionality and the ability to adapt.

      Jalu Aditya Nur Rochman, Noer Sasongko
Abstract: Financial distress is a condition that shows the stage of decline in the companys financial condition that occurred before bankruptcy or liquidation (Plat and Plat, 2002, in Almilia, 2006). Thus, the purpose of this study is to analyze and seek empirical evidence regarding the effect of firm size, liquidity, and leverage on financial distress. The population used in this study is the transportation sub-sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during the 2018-2021 period. Samples were taken using purposive sampling with the final result obtained 42 samples that are ready to be processed by multiple linear regression analysis using SPSS 26 software. The results of this study indicate that leverage has an effect on financial distress in transportation sub-sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during the 2018-2021 period. Meanwhile, company size and liquidity have no effect on financial distress in transportation sub-sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during the 2018-2021 period.

      Dr. Deepa Sethiya
Abstract: Around 15 to 25 percentage of pregnancies experience an identifiable clinically (documented via histopathological or ultrasound test) the loss of physiological conditions. RCOG defines continuous physiological condition loss as the loss of more than 3 consecutive pregnancies after 20 weeks or less and an average vertebrate weight of 500 grams. ASRM defines continuous loss of pregnancy as 2 or more failed clinical pregnancies. It is possible that less than five percent of women experience two consecutive miscarriages only one suffers three or more. the risk of recurring miscarriage after two losses are around twenty-nine in comparison to thirty third for women who have three or more losses.

Abstract: OI medications can be used to promote the growth of dominant follicles. They may also act as estrogen antagonists or reduce insulin sensitivity. Laparoscopic ovarian drill (LOD), can be used as a second-line treatment for this condition.

      Dr. Deepa Sethia
Abstract: Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) is an iatrogenic side effect associated with assisted reproductive technology. The disorder is defined by enlargement of cysts in the ovaries, as well as fluid movement from the intravascular space to the third space due to an increase in capillary permeability as well as ovarian neoangiogenesis. The cause of the condition is being treated with human gonadotrophin chorionic (hCG). OHSS is very rare without the use of hCG. Its effect on the overall wellbeing of patients may be extremely detrimental and even tragic cases have been documented. The link with hCG OHSS is believed to be controlled by an increase in the expression of the angiogenic molecules VEGF.

      Dr. Mohammad S. Nayaf, Dr. Ehssan Dawood Muckhlif, Dr.Abdul Karim Abdul-Jabbar khalaf, Dr. Wisam Suhail Najem
Abstract: Alopecia is a general term for hair loss. Alopecia areata is a common cause of non-scarring hair loss that can occur at any age. It usually causes small, coin-sized, round patches of baldness on the scalp, although hair elsewhere such as the beard, eyebrows, eyelashes, body and limbs can be affected. In some people larger areas are affected and occasionally it can involve the whole scalp (alopecia totalis) or even the entire body and scalp (alopecia universalis) .

      Rosalina Ayu Ketrin, Noer Sasongko
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of local revenue, general allocation fund, special allocation fund, profit sharing fund, and the remaining budget financing on the capital expenditure of regencies and cities in Central Java Province in 2016–2020. The population in this study was 35 regency/city governments in Central Java Province in 2016-2020. The samples collected in 175 samples from 35 regencies/cities in Central Java were multiplied by 5 years of research observation. The data analysis method uses multiple linear regression analysis with the help of the SPSS 26 program.

      Darmawi, Irwin Bizzy, Ellyanie, Jimmy D Nasution
Abstract: Kemplang is a crunchy traditional snack of the common people in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. Normally, it roasted on an open charcoal furnace, where the smoke, the heat and the combustion gases spread out in all directions. Vertical Energy Saver (VESA) is an equipment that has already patented created to accomodate the heat, the gas, fly ash and particulate matters from charcoal furnace used for roasting and preheating the kemplang in VESA and dispose the residual heat and gases to a place that is safe for humans breath

      Msc Bridgit K. Chebet and Dr. Anthony Osoro
Abstract: This study was to ascertain the flexible human resource leadership style and performance of KUPPET principals in Trans Nzoia County, Kenya. This study manifestly Therefore, KUPPET principals in Trans Nzoia County, Kenya should endeavor to have smart policies that are aimed to facilitate the pre-deployment with clear identification of roles and further ensure that there is movement re-alignment through cascading of goals throughout the firming systems.

      Msc Ringera J. Mugambi, Dr. Anthony Osoro & Dr. Julius Miroga
Abstract: This study examined the effect of working capital management on financial performance of selected technical vocational education and training institutions in Meru County, Kenya. Working capital management’s main goal was to ensure continued operations of the organization with sufficient ability to satisfy both maturing short-term debt and upcoming operational expenses. This implied that working capital management of working capital involves managing inventories, accounts receivable and payable and cash.

      Msc Patience N. Kwamboka and Dr. Anthony Osoro
Abstract: This study aimed at recognizing the effect of employee job satisfaction and performance of high school teachers in Trans Nzoia County, Kenya. How teachers work motivation was an effective response to his work situation. Thus, teacher job satisfaction refers to the teachers actual relationship with his or her role as a teacher. The most important information about an employee are an interpreter of his work satisfaction as people join organizations, to satisfy their personal needs.

      Dr, Husein El Hadi Sherif and Dr, Khalid Mohamed Reeh
Abstract: The paper aims to some economists’ state that accounting and mathematical economics deserve support just like other forms of mathematics, particularly its neighbors in mathematical optimization and mathematical statistics and increasingly in theoretical computer science. Mathematical economics and other mathematical sciences have a history in which theoretical advances have regularly contributed to the reform of the more applied branches of economics

      Dr, Husein El Hadi Sherif and Mr, Akram Abdulla Eldawi
Abstract: In a simplified statistical test of the International Fisher Effect (IFE), a regression analysis was applied to historical exchange rates and interest differential data for some selected countries; namely, Libya and the Euro countries. Also, Fishers international impact on accounting and technology has been somewhat positive and good in some years in terms of impact. Each of these countries was interchangeably used as the home country, and foreign country to track the trail of the effect. While caution must be exercised in applying and assessing the theory, the IFE model may not be realistic to put into practice in daily currency transactions, but its value lies in its ability to illustrate the expected relationship between interest rates, inflation and exchange rates.

      Nzenwata Beauty Chisom, Bimba Gana, Alhassan Amina Binta
Abstract: More than 20 million Nigerians and their families are left without food because they are unemployed, have no source of income, and are suffering from rising food prices, insecurity, and a lack of any kind of government assistance. The informal economy is the easiest sector that helps with apprenticeship training and entrepreneurship that takes citizens out of unemployment due to its low entry requirements.

      Saheed Abiola OLASUNKANMI, Ifeoluwa AKANDE, Daniel Adebowale ADELANI
Abstract: Education is the process of knowledge impartation either through formal or informal methods. School is generally an environment for learning and is of different types, these include crèche, nursery, primary, secondary, vocational, and tertiary learning environments. Secondary school is the stage following primary school and precedes vocational or tertiary education. Learning environment building maintenance considers adequate repairs attention to buildings to avoid falling into a state of disrepair.

      Tagay Mifta Aba-Bulgu
Abstract: Electronic banking service is growing rapidly in the world, Cooperative bank of Oromia is putting its maximum exertion to travel with technology of E- banking services. E-banking has its own effect on financial performance of the bank. This research mainly investigates the effect of E- banking on the financial performance of the Cooperative Bank of Oromia by focusing on the bank’s performance and size. For primary data collection branch staffs and managers will be interviewed while secondary data will be collected from branch documents like report of daily transactions, profit of branch and customer related data will be reviewed.

      Saira Sehar, Muhammad Mohsin Sher Ali Khan, Waqas Saif, Yasmeen Iqbal, Kashaf Sehar, Tayyaba Nasreen, Ghulam Murtaza, Amiza
Abstract: A novel study has been done to investigate the recovery of gold by using activated carbon from ammoniacal thiosulphate solution. For recovery of gold, 0.1 gm ore was taken and added 100 ml thiosulfate solution of 5% concentration in a pyrex beaker was placed on a magnetic stirrer for 120 minutes at 150 degrees temperature. The next step is to recover gold from the thiosulphate solution. 0.3 g prepared column of activated carbon is used for 1 hour. The recovery method will be adsorption and gold get recovered on the surface of activated carbon. This dissolution is used for AA (atomic absorption) analysis. The absorption of standards and ore solutions are checked by the AA (atomic absorption). The graph of absorption vs concentration in ppm is obtained.

      Varun Gaur
Abstract: This research paper is one of the first type of paper which mention about the methodology of quantifying the GHG emission while working from home. It can be very helpful for several companies who are still trying to figure out that how to quantify the carbon emission of working from home.

      Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva
Abstract: Preterm delivery (PB) is a significant topic because it is among the main causes of mortality in neonates and its long-term neurologic and developmental challenges [11]. It is linked to cerebral palsy and bronchopulmonary dysplasia, prematurity retinopathy, and many other diseases associated with prematurity [1].

      Musa Mohamed Ali
Abstract: War has a disproportionately negative impact on women, and their experiences are uniquely different from those of mens. In spite of the fact that women may carry a heavier load than men during times of conflict, their experiences, views, and skills are frequently undervalued and underutilized in efforts to resolve conflict. This is despite the fact that women may bear a heavier burden than men during times of conflict. Because of this, women continue to be vastly underrepresented in positions of authority all over the world. In order to investigate the role that Somali women play in the process of regional peace building in East Africa, the Wadajir district of Mogadishu, which is located in Somalias capital city of Mogadishu, was selected as the focus area for this research.

      Reza Priatna, Adriansyah Lubis, Zulfia Retnanti Marissa
Abstract: Traumatology is the study of aspects of injury and its relationship to various types of violence. Injuries have become a major public health problem in all countries and most of them occur in developing countries. In the case of death from injury, head trauma is the most common type of trauma. Around 69 million people worldwide experience head injuries every year. Currently, the homicide rate is increasing. The target most often involved in murder cases is the head. The body of an adult male was found in a house. On examination, it was found that the wound was predominantly on the head. There is a fracture at the top of the skull. Infiltration of blood is seen in the inner scalp and meninges. Brain tissue liquefies due to decay. The cause of death is bleeding in the head cavity due to blunt trauma.

      Benedict Mutinda Kimwaki, Prof. Patrick Karanja Ngugi, Prof. Rommanus Odhiambo
Abstract: The study sought to establish the influence of inventory ownership analysis on the performance of manufacturing firms in Kenya. The study was anchored upon the theoretical foundation of the transaction cost theory. The study reviewed both theoretical and empirical literature and then proposes the research methodology that addressed the gaps identified in literature as well as to validate the research hypotheses. Descriptive and cross-sectional research designs were adopted. The researcher preferred this method because it allows an in-depth study of the subject. The 2020 KAM directory has listing of members (firms) by sectors which contains a register of 12 sectors of those in manufacturing firms spread all over the country. KAM membership comprises of small, medium and large enterprises. The size is measured by their total assets.

      Dr.R. Sangeetha, Ms.V. Arthi, Ms.T. Harini Nivetha
Abstract: Mutual funds are the most famous venture instruments in the monetary market. Putting resources into share implies that you’re investing straightforwardly in equity markets. While mutual funds investment means an appointing a professional fund manager is investing for the investor in either equity funds or debt funds. This is significant research of mutual funds and their importance. This study aims to get a clarified knowledge towards the investment opportunities in mutual fund investments and plans. This is likewise showed by means of the development of the enterprise general and emergence of quantity of schemes. The human beings which influence the buyers in investing in mutual fund are sellers, relatives and those.

      David Kibirige, Afam Uzorka, Ukagwu Kelechi John, Mustafa Mundu Muhamad
Abstract: Renewable energy in form of PV solar technology is the fundamental source of electrical power used in present days and nearly eighty percent of the energy is absorbed by the surrounding environment. In other to design a PV system, it is necessary to carry out an electrical and thermal performance analysis of the solar PV power generator to know how efficient the PV cell and the system will be. Electrical and thermal performance analysis of a solar PV power generator includes both energy and exergy analysis.

      Swetapadma Nayak, Dr. Lipishree Das
Abstract: COVID-19 is considered as a public health emergency of International concern (PHEIC) and thus a pandemic with an explosive increase rate of infection worldwide. The whole educational system from elementary to tertiary level has been collapsed during the lockdown period of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 not only in India but across the globe. Based on secondary sources of data the intended purpose of this paper seeks to study how the elementary education system in Odisha is facing the impact of COVID-19 and the steps taken by the Government to combat the negative impact of the pandemic for continuous smooth education of elementary school students.

      Dr. Avinash Narayan More
Abstract: Gauchers disease caused by beta glucocerebrosidase deficiency, being the commonest lysosomal storage disorder, is a rare genetic disorder. Presenting features vary depending on the types classified by neuronal involvement.

      Reza Priatna, Adriansyah Lubis, Zulfia Retnanti Marissa
Abstract: Abortion is the expulsion of a fetus from the uterus before it has reached the stage of viability. In the case of finding an unknown babys body in an improper place, it is very important to know whether the baby has breathed after birth or not. This will affect the type of charge against the suspect, wether it is abortion case or infanticide. The ability to breathe the fetus after birth is influenced by viability where one of the criteria is the age of the fetus in the uterus. In Indonesia, the fetus is considered viable if the fetus is over 28 weeks old, but in the UK it is now using the limit of 24 week above. Illegal abortion is always followed by concealing the birth by burying, hiding or removing the babys body. The babys body was found floating on the beach with the umbilical cord still intact. At the examination, the decomposition process was found and no clear signs of violence were found. Anthropometric measurements of the baby were body weight 850 g, body length 34 cm and head circumference 30 cm. The examination of lung indicated that the lung was never expanded. lung float test was negative. From the results of the examination, it was concluded that the victim was not breathing since birth because the fetus was not yet viable at birth.

      Gladys Matandiko
Abstract: According to Ngware (2020), Countries around the world have responded to coronavirus (COVID-19) driven school closures by adopting remote learning approaches, with many deploying online learning programs. However, online learning has exposed deep digital divides between and within countries, including high-income countries. The situation is far worse for lower resource environments in middle- and- low-income countries with Internet penetration rates typically less than 50% and a large share of students without devices to enable online learning at home. Countries are therefore turning to television to significantly increase access to remote learning…. (Ngware, April 19, 2020), but is this effective for middle and low incme countries? How many learners could be benefiting from this initiative?

      Dr Mary Jacintha M, Vivek Arya, Manish Kumar
Abstract: The demand for electronic products in India has been tremendously increased and it is projected to increase in the next decade also. The education/skill development system in India at both formal as well as non-formal level needs the improvement to meet the emerging requirement of the electronics sector. The Government of India has initiated several initiatives for the development of electronics sector in the country for both domestic as well as to serve the International market by creating an enabling environment for increasing the numbers of skill providers (both in public and private domain) to address the emerging human resource requirements for electronics sector.

      Mugotitsa Lynnah, Prof. Jennifer Wanjiku Khamasi, Florence Wakhu Wamunga
Abstract: Background: Overweight (BMI 25-29) and obesity (BMI ≥30) is currently a global epidemic. Increase in non- communicable diseases is a major cause of death globally that is linked to nutritional imbalances like overweight and obesity. This study was to determine the prevalence of overweight and obesity among women traders aged 20-50 years at Eldoret municipal markets, Kenya and identify the levels of physical activity amongst these women.

      B. Lhamsuren, B. Bolorchuluun
Abstract: Cuts were made in the soil of the area to determine the negative impact on the soil cover caused by the construction on 10 hectares of the Ar Zaisan area of Bogdhan Mountain and to estimate the amount of damage to the soil. Soil physics and chemistry feature quality specific year focus by indicator Areas of the same typology that have been fenced for more than 10 years [7] soil feature quality in comparison study wax. According to the research results, the content of humus in the soil of the area decreased by 2.3%, the content of mobile phosphorus and potassium as nutrient elements decreased by 61.1-83.3%, the content of physical clay decreased by 78.8%, the salt content decreased by 1.55%, the volume weight or density increased by 18.1% and sand content increased by 65.5%. Based on this, it is reasonable to believe that the properties of the soil in the built-up area have deteriorated significantly.

      Raymound Tartenger Tachin & Simon Agbo Itodo
Abstract: Prostate Cancer is a health issue that is generating growing concerns globally and it is the number one cancer in males in Africa, both in terms of incidence and mortality. The purpose of this study was to establish the relationship between awareness, attitude and prostate cancer screening among men in Makurdi metropolis.

      Kavitha Padmanabhan
Abstract: The United States resettles a significant number of refugees that flee from their countries (Larsen, 2004). Refugees are displaced from home due to war, political turmoil, persecution, and conflict (Driver & Beltran, 1998). Their resettlement process is strenuous despite existing environmental supports. Refugees often adapt to their new environments however their adaptation trajectories are not well researched.

      Fazal Ahmad Afzali
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to realize that how Internet affects the overall trade in Central Asia. It further discuss the effects of internet on production, unemployment, and industry. This research work perceives a quantitative panel data analysis method via secondary data for Central Asian countries because the assigned topic is studied in multiple countries for the period of 19 years (2000-2019).

      Fazal Ahmad Afzali
Abstract: This research study aims to expose an inference of Interest Rate Fluctuation with Final Consumer Consumption in Central Asia and discover how other explanatory factors either stimulate or reduce the Final Consumer Consumption as a whole. This research work absorbed a quantitative analysis through Panel Data Analysis by using a Multiple Regression Model for the period of 22 years (1995-2017).

      Adi Nur Rohman, Sugeng
Abstract: The scope of waqf so far is generally understood to be limited to waqf of immovable objects such as land and buildings. Meanwhile, cash waqf began to show potential and a significant role in building the countrys economy. This study is directed at two research objectives: to identify aspects of strengthening cash waqf regulations in Indonesia, and also to analyze its potential and influence on national economic resilience.

      Parth Tiwari, Sanjay Tomer
Abstract: The COVID-19 health crisis has had a significant impact on all walks of life and caused severe damage by pushing poverty and increasing inequalities. This unpredictable and unprecedented black swan event had pushed economies to struggle and strive and had a long-lasting impact on the spending, savings and investing behavior of individuals. This study focuses to understand how the Covid-19 pandemic has influenced the behavior of low to medium income earning habitants (up to INR 1,50,000 per household) and earning population of aged up to 55 years in urban city of Gurugram Haryana (India) towards saving, investments and spending patterns.

      Estacio, Randel D., Reyes, Erlee Angel S., Torrefranca, Edward R.
Abstract: Graphic organizers are research-based learning materials and approaches that help students understand a challenging subject. This study aims to see how graphic organizers influence students performance and self-efficacy in the subject Science, Technology, and Society (STS) in an online setting. It was conducted at Quezon City University (QCU) in the first semester of Academic Year 2021–2022. It used a quasi-experimental study design technique known as the Pretest-Posttest Design. The results demonstrate that participants in the treatment group performed better than those in the control group. After obtaining lessons and learning using various graphic organizers, the subjects in the control group improved their degree of self-efficacy. The study concludes that graphic organizers seemed to influence students performance and level of self-efficacy in STS. Teachers should use visual organizers to help students enhance their academic accomplishment and self-efficacy, particularly in an online learning setting..

      Josephine S. Uy
Abstract: Flipped classroom is one of the models that utilizes technology to provide instructional materials to students prior to the classroom sessions and uses class time to participate in meaningful learning activities. The present study primarily focuses on assessing and identifying the effectiveness of the flipped classroom approach in the academic performance of students in the subject of Mathematics in the Modern World. The experimental research design using the true control group pretest-posttest true-control group is adopted in this study. This studys participants are selected BSIT students from Quezon City University during the first semester of the 2019-2020 academic year, who are divided into two groups: the control group (50 students) and the experimental group (50 students). In determining the actual operation of the flipped classroom approach, selected faculty members of Quezon City University were asked to assess the effectiveness of the approach using the survey questionnaire. Results revealed that the flipped classroom approach in actual operations is highly effective, and there is a significant difference in the performance of the control and experimental groups after the conduct of the study. Based on the findings and conclusions of this study, it is recommended to adopt the flipped classroom approach as an alternative modality of teaching and learning.

      Kalinga Senanayake, Thilini Mudiyanse
Abstract: Due to its significance in understanding how customers think, feel, and choose from many possibilities, marketers constantly make efforts to ascertain consumers purchase intentions. Cultural, social, personal, and psychological aspects are important ones that affect consumers purchasing intentions. As a result, consumers may be influenced along with what they hear (WOM) from people in their immediate social circle, such as friends, peers, family, etc. The rapid development of the Internet and its enhanced communication capabilities have greatly increased the breadth and scale of word-of-mouth (WOM) communication, creating a favorable environment for electronic word-of-mouth ("e-WOM").

      Raisita Mutiara Sani, Andy Dwi Bayu Bawono
Abstract: This study aims to determine the effect of the Accounting System, Internal Control, and Transparency of Regional Financial Management on Local Government Performance.

      Adolf B. Heatubun, Michel J. Matatula
Abstract: The price of broiler meat in Ambon City, Maluku Province, Indonesia has recently continued to increase due to limited supply and strong demand pull. The increase in prices causes peoples purchasing power to decrease and results in various risks that the consumer community must face. It is necessary to forecast future prices and find out how big the risk of a decline in consumer purchasing power is.

      Laxmi Pandey, Komal Gautam ,Nidhi, Anushka Sharma,Lakshmi,Neeshu Rawat , Roshni Rani , Somi Singh
Abstract: Background: Pre-menopause is natural occurring in every woman’s reproductive age, this typically occurs between the age of 40-50 years and its symptoms includes menstrual irregularities, hot flashes, fatigue, vaginal dryness, which occurs 2-10 years before attaining the menopause. Objectives: To evaluate pre-test knowledge score related to pre-menopausal symptoms.

      Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva
Abstract: Every contraceptive method is efficient and safe when followed by abortion procedures immediately and medically suitable for the patient. Offering a contraceptive option directly following a spontaneous or induced abortion may help patients achieve the desired outcomes for their reproductive health and lessen the stress of numerous appointments. Counseling and methods for contraception should be offered to all patients experiencing an abortion that is spontaneous or induced. The right of the patient to choose to delay or decline the procedure is to be protected. Being aware of the specific limitations that every patient could encounter is essential in providing patient-centered care. We look at the different methods of contraception available following an abortion that is surgical or medical.

      Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva
Abstract: PCOS is increasing across the globe. The prevalence of PCOS in India varies between 3.7 percent to 22.5 percent (1,2). The prevalence of PCOS among adolescents is between 10.7 percent to 22.5 percent (3).

      R.A.D.D.N. Ranatunga, W.M.A.H. Bandara, P.G.S.S. Pattiyagedara, A.M.N.M. Gangananda
Abstract: As a result of the intricacy and globalization of todays competitive business climate, service quality has emerged as one of the most critical sources of value in the tourism industry. One method of determining service quality is to assess client satisfaction. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of the service quality dimensions of Travel Agencies on customer satisfaction of outbound travelers in Sri Lanka.

      Aditya Reyhan Yafi Wiryawan, Noer Sasongko
Abstract: This research purpose to determine the comparison of financial performance before and during the Covid-19 pandemic in the 2018-2021 period in textile and garment sub-sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The comparison result are used as an evaluation of the company’s financial performance.

      Lokuappu Kuttige Nadeesha Premathilaka, Sivaguru Vasantha, Lekamalage Hansamali Prasangika
Abstract: Background/ Aim: Preservation of pulp vitality in fractured teeth is important especially in young permanent teeth. The aim of this study was to analyze the pulp survival of permanent teeth following crown fractures. Materials and Methods: All the patients presented to the Restorative Unit ‘A’, National Dental Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka from June 2016 to December 2017, fulfilling the inclusion criteria were included for the study. Treated teeth were monitored for a period of 12 months from the trauma. Kaplan-Meier method was used to assess the incidence: rate ratio.

      Raja Muhammad Raja Omar, Che wan Ilmiyah, Fredie Robinson, Haryati Abdul Karim
Abstract: Nasopharyngeal carcinoma is uncommon cancer. However, it is the most prevalent cancer among Sabah indigenous, particularly those from Kadazan and Dusun ethnic groups. This ethnicity contributes to more than half of all nasopharyngeal cancer diagnoses between 2012 and 2016. Despite a health program and screenings, this malignancy remained steadily high among the ethnicity throughout the year.

      Sigit Dany Setiyono, Abdul Hakim, Tjahjanulin Domai, Siswidiyanto
Abstract: In the last three months, the Indonesian police have been hit by several cases that have tarnished the organization and reduced the image of the police. Efforts to improve the situation cannot be separated from improving organizational culture through certain leadership patterns. This study reviews transformational leadership, Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) and efforts to implement it in the Indonesian police. This review is divided into four parts, namely transformational leadership, OCB, the influence of transformational leadership on organizational culture and efforts to implement it in the Indonesian police. The results of the review show the importance of Learning Organizations in OCB. Therefore, leaders need to develop new ways that are up to date but still maintain the old ways that are still efficient to be applied, so that the value of Transformational Leadership can increase which has a good impact on Organizational Culture and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) of Indonesian Police Members.

      Moukouri Mikano Jonas, Ndjacka Jean-Marie Bienvenu, Mane Mane Jeannot, Epesse Misse Samuel, Guefano Serge, Nyangono Kouma Jean Michel, Bwanga Thomas Christophe, Abanda Esomba Christian Gilles, Asse Jean Bernard, Libog Laurent, Kouoh Sone Paul-Michel Adolphe
Abstract: The Hubbard model is one of the lattice models that enables successful treatment of problems of electronic correlations in quantum materials. The centrality of the Hubbard model in the quantum statistical mechanics of interacting fermions is comparable with the Ising model in classical mechanics. The constant expansion of Hubbard Hamiltonians indicates the great interest in the physics related to the Hubbard model.

      Mwanyika, M. E., Professor Okoth, P. G and Professor Were, M. E
Abstract: Security Sector Reforms (SSRs) are at the centre of post-conflict reconstruction, and they have been marked as an integral pillar of a reconstruction strategy, which demands a holistic approach to prevent the state from relapsing into armed conflict. The Southern part of Sudan has been plagued by armed conflict, despite numerous conflict resolution efforts.

      Harshaprabha N Shetty, Sony Asampalli, Prabhu Vara Prasad Bonam
Abstract: The paper talks about the various Bias detection methods using statistical measures. The methods are applied on binary as well as multinomial data.

      AhmedUvesh Mevawala, Subhadip Ghosh, Harshaprabha N shetty, Tanusree De
Abstract: Solar energy is the most cost-effective form of energy generation among other renewable energy sources. However, structurally the traditional solar panels have a common problem i.e. they are fixed at a particular angle & the sun rotates throughout the day making maximum solar radiations getting reflected from the surface making the traditional solar panel system less effective. In this paper, we have proposed a Cloud-powered AI-based solar tracking system that for a given location forecasts the position of the sun & guides the solar panel controller to move the panels to their respective angel.

      Simon Ibrahim Achi & Lucy Obahor
Abstract: For over three decades (1981-2020), the Nigerian government has set out various policies to stimulate the country’s real economic growth. The government did this by inducing funds in different sectors: agriculture, e: agriculture power. Contrastingly, the desired outcome of real economic growth has not been achieved. Hence, this study examined the impact of real agricultural outputs, human capital and power supply on Nigerias real economic growth using quarterly time-series data from 1981-to 2020; and exploited the Cobb-Douglas Production for theoretical backings. After reviewing relevant works of literature, the analytical techniques (Johansen cointegration (long-run relationship) and Dynamic Ordinary Least Squares (DOLS) (long-run impacts) were found worthy and were employed.

      Angel Nabasa & Dr. Eugenia Nkechi Irechukwu
Abstract: The general purposive objective of this research was to assess the role of work breakdown structure in enhancing performance of the project. The study was guided by three specific objectives which are to examine the effect of planning activities on performance of electricity transmission line project, to assess the effect of schedule development on performance of electricity transmission line project, to evaluate the relationship between activities monitoring and performance of electricity transmission line project in Bugesera District of Rwanda.

      Jean d’Amour Ndayisenga & Dr. Hesbon Opiyo Andala
Abstract: This paper examined the relationship between information communication and technology tools and teacher’s performance in secondary schools of Rulindo District-Rwanda. Specifically, the paper determined information communication technology tools, level of teacher’s performance and relationship between information communication and technology tools and teacher’s performance.

      Marie Grace Nyinawumuntu & Prof. Edwin Odhuno
Abstract: The study examined the role of community inclusivity on teenage pregnancy prevention project: a case of Association of Kigali Women in Sport project in Musanze District, Rwanda. The specific objectives were to determine effect of community inclusivity in project selection, planning, execution on teenage pregnancy prevention. The significance of this study is based on the extension of researchers’ skills on involving beneficiaries in all phases of project.

      TOM Muhimbise Mudenge, Dr Dr. Nasiru Sani
Abstract: Diabetes is the growing public health issue where type 2 diabetes, estimating for 85% to 95% of all cases was considered by insulin confrontation as when the body no longer utilizes insulin adequately to control the blood sugar. In Rwanda, the Ministry of Health reported that in 2016, 43% of patients admitted in hospitals located in the City of Kigali were diagnosed with non-communicable diseases where diabetes took a part of 27.3% of the total bed occupancy.

      Assoumpta Mukamugenga & Dr. Eugenia Irechukwu Nkechi
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to assess implementation practices and project performance using a case of Masaka Farm Project. Specifically, the researcher assessed effect of project design, project monitoring and project team management on project performance. The research used a descriptive survey design, both quantitative and quantitative research approach were used. This study targeted 108 project stakeholders. The researcher used questionnaire. Data collected was analyzed through descriptive and inferential statistics.

      Zain Iqbal, Rakshanda Javaid, Muhammad Tahir, Sohaib Hasnain, Bakar Bin Khatab Abbasi, Faiza Shafiq, Muhammad Ishaq
Abstract: Levofloxacin is an antibiotic that is sold under the brand names Levaquin and others. It is used to treat a variety of bacterial diseases, including acute bacterial sinusitis, pneumonia, Helicobacter pylori (in conjunction with other drugs), urinary tract infections, chronic prostatitis, and certain types of gastroenteritis. It may be used in conjunction with other antibiotics to treat tuberculosis, meningitis, or pelvic inflammatory illness. Use is normally advised only when no other options are available. It is offered orally, intravenously, and as an eye drop. In this study, we are executing verification analysis to determine the efficacy of levofloxacin at several phases such as linearity, repeatability, precision, accuracy, and robustness to determine how stable our product is in these circumstances.

      Dr. (Prof.) Suman Pamecha1, ‘Kailashi’ Punit D. Sharma2, Dr. Indu Sharma 3
Abstract: English poet Samuel T. Coleridge wrote “O! lady, we receive but what we give? And nature alone lives in our lives.”(SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, n.d.). Earth is one, but nations are not. This study attempts to explain the core causes of two major global issues: poverty and inequality. Infrastructure development is vital for sustainable development. Population growth, migration, and urbanization trends demand an increase in infrastructure development, especially in emerging economies and developing countries. (Casier, 2015).

      Rovan Ashraf
Abstract: Plastics created from fossil fuels are quite widespread in our lives, and we cannot imagine our existence without them. At the same time, they are non-biodegradable and emit greenhouse gases, posing an environmental issue. Biodegradable bioplastic is the solution to this issue. Plastics created from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, pea starch, or microbiota, are known as bioplastics. Bioplastics can be made from a range of sources, including starches, cellulose, and other biopolymers. In this work, we will discuss the production of bioplastics from cellulose, with waste papers serving as our raw material and the pH sensor serving as our feedback control mechanism.

      Fadhili E. Maseko
Abstract: The objective of the study is to assess the performance of electronic banking on Return on Investment of CRDB Bank. There is a mixed result on relationship between e- banking, bank performance. A survey design was adopted wherein CRDB branches in Same district were involved. The study collected information from 120 respondents, out of whom 100 were bank customers and 20 were bank officials. The study established that e-banking played a great role in providing financial services to the customers and that the e-banking has a positive effect on return on investment of CRDB bank. The study recommends, BOT to issue policies and guidelines which will help bank customers, on dealing with electronic banking and there is a need to have proper laws on adoption and cover of E-banking as the Banks and Financial Act of 2006 do not cover the E-banking practice.

      Prof. Dr. Mahmudov Nizamiddin Mamadalievich
Abstract: The paper studies theoretical issues of anthropocentric paradigm of linguistics development as a special field of language science. The purpose of this study is to answer the question about language and culture, language and human, language and ethnos, which are impact on the semiotic system of language. The resource is the specific approaches to anthropological linguistics subject. As well as, the anthropocentric approach on linguistics in focused on the person as a subject of linguistic research that implements his communicative intentions in certain speech acts oriented to the and mental human activities. That is why it is possible to observe that in the history of world linguistics there have been various and different approaches to the phenomenon of language. So, it is better to research about it as a linguistic paradigm having its own background in linguistics and closely related to other related sciences, such as culture, history, psychology, sociology and other. Besides it, in this paper analyzed and introduced the terms concept, linguistic picture of the world and others.

      Charles Katua Kithandi
Abstract: Corporate governance is the backbone of transparency, accountability, integrity and security of shareholders’ interest in an organization. An organization with poor corporate governance structure is likely to fail to achieve its objectives as well as have exposure to financial losses. The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of corporate governance on the financial performance of Deposit-taking Savings and Credit Co-operative Societies in Nairobi City County, Kenya A purposive sampling method integrating qualitative and quantitative design methods was employed in this study.

      Mercy Wambui Rubia*, DR. Serah Wairimu Kimaru **
Abstract: County governments in Kenya are implementing monitoring and evaluation systems in an effort improve efficiency in public service delivery. M&E practices are an integral part of the road project cycle and of good management practice in government development projects. The study objective was to examine the influence of leadership in monitoring and evaluation process on implementation of road construction project in Kiambu County. Stakeholder theory has been used widely in various fields and has been applied in different and distinct ways that involve different methodologies, concepts and criteria of evaluation and types of evidence.

      Lusiola, A.O., Professor Matanga, K. F and Dr. Simiyu, R.
Abstract: Refugees are individuals who seek improved conditions of human security in a region remote from their place of origin. By the end of 2019, the UNHCR estimated that 42.5 million people had been displaced around the world. As a result, short- and long-term effects were felt on host communities, from humanitarian disasters to security threats. Therefore, the goal of the research was to assess the barriers to resolving human security challenges in light of the current protracted refugee crisis in Kenya with specific reference to Garissa County.

      Odallo, D.O., Professor Okoth, P. G and Professor Were, M. E
Abstract: The changing nature of conflict and the emergence of new security challenges alongside a relatively underfunded global peace and security architecture has put to question the continued relevance of the strategies used in peacebuilding.

      Josephine Atieno Onyango, Julius Miroga
Abstract: This study aimed at assessing the effect of Corporate Social Responsibility strategy on Organizational Image of commercial banks in Trans Nzoia County, Kenya. This can facilitate each personal and public firm to understand the need of creating CSR for action for competitive advantage and improved performance. It additionally define and discuss the advantages and pitfalls of company Social Responsibility programs and effectively let the player(s) in this field be able to improve the implementation of company Social Responsibility programs. To the 11 banks in Trans Nzoia County, the study will provide recommendations for higher implementation of CSR programs and at last, the analysis can contribute to the present literature on the way to assess the effects of company Social Responsibility. The main focus of the study is to investigate the effect of corporate Social Responsibility strategy on organizational image of Commercial Banks in Trans Nzoia County. The study independent variables were: economic strategy, and philanthropic Strategy of CSR while dependent variable was organizational image of commercial banks. Geographically, the study scope was within Trans Nzoia County and concentrated on 11 commercial banks in Trans Nzoia County and it involved 105 respondents. Relevant information was significantly collected from CSR applicable management workers and also other non-managerial workers at the banks. The study used descriptive survey design and it was conducted in October 2022. Data collection was carried out using questionnaires that were administered by the researcher on face-to-face basis by visiting the respondents in their respective banks. Pilot study was conducted in one bank that was picked for sampling through the rule of the thumb method. After collection of data, both descriptive and inferential data analysis techniques were used. Analyzed data was presented through frequency tables.
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