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ONLINE PAPER PUBLISHING - Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition

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DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF THE AUTOMATIC BRAKING CONTROL SYSTEM ON CITY CAR MANUAL TRANSMISSION WITH DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM INTELLIGENT

Authors: DODDY SATRYA PERBAWA, GALIH SETIAWAN NUROHIM

Abstracts: The design and the automatic braking control system in the car city car manual transmission is applied to the car has a wieght of 1090 kg empty and applied on a straight road with no twists and climbs as well as derivatives. The design of this system using ANFIS (Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Infrence System). algorithm. The system implements momentum formula weight force and acceleration are then applied in pascal law because the current legal system applying mechanical braking pascal. The system works triggered by several variables and the degree of membership of input variables are variables kecepaan, mass and distance, of the three input variables are obtained automatically from the sensor, the output generating braking pressure force that is triggered from the input variables. Variable output has different value corresponds to the value of input variables. The system is equipped with an intelligent system for the system to accommodate decisions made by manual braking. It aims to provide otmatis braking command is often done by the driver. The system uses the Forward Chaining method that can be applied to the automation system can learn the driver in braking. Processing of input and output variables resulting from calculation pascal law, serve as training data for ANFIS, ANFIS processing using MATLAB. In this MATLAB rules and obtained a degree of membership value of the variable and variables derived from the FIS. From the results of FIS be tested by inserting some great input variables to determine the braking force that is done. Test data is applied in the CV AVR to do. CV AVR serves as a charging program for mikrokonroler using C language Results of CV AVR programs implemented in PROTEUS. Proteus serves as a prototype design of the system, there are several tools such as sensors and microcontrollers.

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Pages: 1-5

Cite this Article: Doddy Satrya Perbawa, Galih Setiawan Nurohim , "DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF THE AUTOMATIC BRAKING CONTROL SYSTEM ON CITY CAR MANUAL TRANSMISSION WITH DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM INTELLIGENT", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 1-5 #ijarporg


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS ABOUT ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN ANGEL, LONDON

Authors: D.H.S.K.HALLALA, FLETCHER PHIRI

Abstracts: This study intends to investigate public perceptions about alternative medicine and common types of alternative medicines used in London. In particular, the study attempts to identify the general public’s expectations which can effect on alternative medical practice in Angel, London and to generally investigate whether people turn to use alternative medicine or not. This is a questionnaire based research survey using participants randomly selected in Angel, London. The sample group was 100 and the questionnaire contains both quantitative and qualitative questions. 100 questionnaires were collected from the sample group, which consists of 55% European, 22% Asian, 12 % African and 11% other nationalities. There were 7 age groups mentioned in the questioner and most of the participants were in 25-34 year age group (31 participants). 56% female and 44% male were participated to the study. Around 47% have used different type of alternative or herbal things in their life time, 53% have not used anything. People who used alternative medicine mentioned that those include Chinese medicine, Acupuncture, massage therapy, homeopathy, herbal tea, herbal cosmetic products and their own country traditional medicines. 53% of participants like to use alternative in future and 47% of participants do not like to use any alternative medicine. Around 29% knows about alternative medicines in other countries, and those mainly include India, China and German, however 71% do not know. About 34% and 23% preferred professional qualifications and academic qualifications of alternative medical practitioner. Most of the people mentioned that registration certificate as a responsible place in the UK, feedback from previous clients; qualified staff and cleanliness of the place are the factors influencing their preference for alternative practicing place. According to the hypothesis testing accept alternative hypothesis, and reject null hypothesis. Hence, it can be concluded as people are turn to use alternative medicine.

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Pages: 6-7

Cite this Article: D.H.S.K.Hallala, Fletcher Phiri , "EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS ABOUT ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN ANGEL, LONDON", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 6-7 #ijarporg


CLINICAL PREDICTOR FOR DRUG RESPONSE AMONG IDIOPATHIC EPILEPSY PATIENTS IN SUDAN

Authors: RASHA ELHASSAN, ABASSHARHUSSEIN, ABDALLA KHWAD, ALSADIG GASOUM, SAWSAN ALDEEF, MOHAMMED SAAD, SALMA ELHASSAN, SANNA ABDULAZIZ, GHADA ELHASSAN

Abstracts: Epilepsy is one of the common chronic neurological diseases. It spreads widely in Sudan interrupting patients, life and annoying their care givers. Antiepileptic drugs are the corner stone in the management of epilepsy. It carries a good outcome which may be enrolled by some clinical factors. These factors help in determine treatment modality. Aim of the study To identify the clinical prognostic factors of idiopathic epilepsy in Sudanese patients. Methods there were 99 patients with idiopathic epilepsy recruited from Sheikh Mohamod Kheer health centre, Omdurman, Khartoum state, Sudan; between August 2016 and February 2019. There demographic data, seizure characteristics, drugs, and concomitant conditions were recorded in dc-hoc forms. The data was analysed using excel and SPSS program to compare between good and bad outcome of patients regarding different prognostic factors, and determine the likelyhood ratio and significance by chi square test. Results over all response to treatment were good in 89%. This response was associated insignificantly with age group above 65 years, focal seizure, duration less than 5 years, or monotherapy while frequency of seizure pretreatment and good response to first regiment has significant statistical response. Conclusion There was good response to treatment especially if the seizure frequency pretreatment was low, and the patient respond well to the first treatment regimen..

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Pages: 8-11

Cite this Article: Rasha Elhassan, AbassharHussein, Abdalla Khwad, Alsadig Gasoum, Sawsan Aldeef, Mohammed Saad, Salma Elhassan, Sanna Abdulaziz, Ghada Elhassan , "CLINICAL PREDICTOR FOR DRUG RESPONSE AMONG IDIOPATHIC EPILEPSY PATIENTS IN SUDAN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 8-11 #ijarporg


THE EFFECT OF EDUCATIONAL GAMES ON THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

Authors: FARIDA AMIN

Abstracts: Social life has symbols and symbols. Without the recognition of social symbols, one cannot live in society. The premise of social life is "socialization"; and education scientists are trying to use the tools necessary to optimize the appropriate context for enhancing and promoting the social development of children during development. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of educational games on the social development of preschool children. The study was experimental with pre-test and post-test with the control group. For this purpose, 60 boys and girls from preschool education in the sixth district of Kabul city in 2019 were selected by multistage cluster sampling method and randomly divided into experimental and control groups. The witnesses were divided; then the Weinland Social Growth Test was used as a pre-test for both groups. The experimental group was then given educational games for 8 weeks (two sessions of 45- 30 minutes per week). At the end of the re-test, Weinland's social growth test was administered to both groups as post-test. Then the data from pre-test and post-test were analyzed using the t-test. The results showed that there was a significant difference between the mean social growth of students who did educational games and those who did not. According to the findings of this study, it can be said that educational games increase social development of preschool children.

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Pages: 12-15

Cite this Article: Farida Amin , "THE EFFECT OF EDUCATIONAL GAMES ON THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 12-15 #ijarporg


A CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR A CLASS OF QUASI-LINEAR HYPERBOLIC SECOND ORDER PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION (PDE) IN A BANACH SPACE.

Authors: O. ECHUDE, M. T. Y. KADZAI, B. BALARABE, H. MOHAMMED

Abstracts: A class of quasi-linear hyperbolic second order partial differential equation (PDE) in a Banach space was investigated using some fundamental result established by Browder and Egwurube. The quasi-linear hyperbolic second order partial differential equation was converted to Cauchy-like equation, than show that the operator A is accretive, M-accretive and thus admits a solution.

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Pages: 16-19

Cite this Article: O. Echude, M. T. Y. Kadzai, B. Balarabe, H. Mohammed , "A CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR A CLASS OF QUASI-LINEAR HYPERBOLIC SECOND ORDER PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION (PDE) IN A BANACH SPACE.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 16-19 #ijarporg


A CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR A CLASS OF NONLINEAR HYPERBOLIC FIRST ORDER PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION IN A BANACH SPACE

Authors: O. ECHUDE, B. BALARABE, H. MOHAMMED

Abstracts: The ultimate work done in this research is the vast and active field of nonlinear hyperbolic first order partial differential equations. A class of nonlinear hyperbolic first order partial differential equation in a Banach space was investigated by converting it to Cauchy-like equation, than show that the operator A is accretive, M-accretive and thus admit a solution.

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Pages: 20-23

Cite this Article: O. Echude, B. Balarabe, H. Mohammed , "A CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR A CLASS OF NONLINEAR HYPERBOLIC FIRST ORDER PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION IN A BANACH SPACE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 20-23 #ijarporg


DISASTER PREPAREDNESS OF SCHOOLS IN REGION 8, PHILIPPINES AFTER SUPER TYPHOON HAIYAN

Authors: NELSON R. BELLO

Abstracts: Philippines is one of the countries in the world that are mostly hit by the highest number of disasters each year. On November 8, 2013; the Super Typhoon Haiyan, known in the Philippines as Super Typhoon “Yolanda” swept the central Philippines, particularly in Region 8 which composed of Leyte and Samar Island and killed over 6,000 people, displaced some four million. The devastations it brought to schools and communities were unquestionably beyond imagination. The same super typhoon scenario can occur without warning at any time, and children are the most vulnerable. The study aimed to determine the status of Disaster Risk Reduction Management (DRRM) Program implementation of public elementary and secondary schools. The research methodology used in this study was descriptive assessment research design using questionnaire as the principal data-gathering instrument. Findings revealed that public schools in the Island of Samar were prone to typhoons/tropical storms, floods/flash floods and severe rainfall. The problem encountered by the respondents on the implementation of the DRRM Program includes insufficient fund subsidy from DepEd for DRRM implementation in school; limited financial support from the stakeholders; limited facilities and equipment of the school for DRRM implementation; and absence of modern technology needed for the implementation. The output of the study was the DRRM Program Enhancement Strategies/Plan believed to create a paradigm shift from reactive to proactive DRRM wherein school heads, teachers, pupils/students, and internal/external stakeholders have increased their awareness and understanding of DRRM in school, with the end in view of increasing school resilience and decreasing vulnerabilities.

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Pages: 24-30

Cite this Article: Nelson R. Bello , "DISASTER PREPAREDNESS OF SCHOOLS IN REGION 8, PHILIPPINES AFTER SUPER TYPHOON HAIYAN ", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 24-30 #ijarporg


INSIGHT ON THE USE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PRACTICES AMONG LARGE MANUFACTURING ENTITIES IN ZIMBABWE: A CASE STUDY OF BULAWAYO METROPOLITAN PROVINCE.

Authors: BANELE DLAMINI

Abstracts: The manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe is facing various obstacles which steered to the closure of numerous corporations. Management Accounting Practices (MAPs) have a critical role in the prosperity and survival of organizations as they offer vital pecuniary and non-pecuniary information for decision-making, policy formulation and promoting competitive edge for the entity. MAPs are used by manufacturing organizations in improving and assessing their operations. The study sought to explore the use of MAPs among large companies in Zimbabwe. Data were collected using questionnaires and in-depth interviews from manufacturing companies in the Bulawayo Metropolitan Province and analyzed using SPSS version 22. The study shown that large entities in the Bulawayo Metropolitan Province use few modern MAPs such as ABC, activity based budgeting and strategic management accounting and mainly apply traditional MAPs in their operations. The study recommends that large entities should adopt more modern management accounting practices in their operations. Entities should also consider using management accounting software so as to fully exploit the benefits of management accounting in a volatile business environment. It is essential for entities to consider the best practice in management accounting and scan their environment since the surrounding factors influence their choice of MAPs.

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Pages: 31-36

Cite this Article: Banele Dlamini  , "INSIGHT ON THE USE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PRACTICES AMONG LARGE MANUFACTURING ENTITIES IN ZIMBABWE: A CASE STUDY OF BULAWAYO METROPOLITAN PROVINCE.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 31-36 #ijarporg


THE STRATEGY OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND THEIR ROLE IN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

Authors: MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINING ( GRAS ) CHEMIST:IMTITHAL ALI MOHAMED DAFFALLA

Abstracts: In light of the world’s search for new, clean and sustainable sources of energy, and the trend towards (renewable energy) that mainly depends on what has become called green technology) (mainly derived from air and the sun), the problem of the need for modern technologies has emerged into rare earth elements whose prices have increased Significantly (due to the scarcity of existence and the difficulty of extraction and monopoly), which negatively affected the cost while increasing the demand for it significantly. Hence, countries began to develop strategies for restoration Recycling and manufacturing of these accurate technologies is the strategic importance of these elements by using them at the global level as an alternative source of energy in addition to their use in the manufacture of superconducting electrical vectors that enter in advanced industries such as phones, hard disks and magnetic resonance devices and the use of analogues of these elements in radiotherapy and radar devices. The paper reviews the waste management strategy to avoid or minimize as much environmental pollution as possible. The sequence of waste management strategies (and the implications for raising the efficiency and productivity of materials and energy) must be followed and applied. It is based on principles: the use of clean production techniques - the formation of closed circuits (recycling) - the environmentally appropriate disposal of waste and waste and the establishment of strict restrictions to limit exports. The paper reviewed the role of the Sudanese Ministry of Minerals represented by the General Authority for Geological Research in developing doctoral and master's research on these strategic minerals and providing the authority's laboratories with all techniques to facilitate research methods and exploring these rare elements and promoting them regionally and globallyIn conclusion, this paper presents a proposal for an Arab strategic plan to develop the exploitation of these minerals and preserve the country's wealth.

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Pages: 38-51

Cite this Article: Ministry of Energy and Mining ( GRAS ) chemist:Imtithal Ali Mohamed Daffalla , "THE STRATEGY OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND THEIR ROLE IN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 38-51 #ijarporg


APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUE IN GEOMORPHOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS, LANDUSE CHANGES, SUB-MARINE AND COASTAL DISCHARGES IN ATALANTI WATERSHED (CENTRAL – EASTERN GREECE)

Authors: LAPPAS IOANNIS

Abstracts: This paper deals with the digital image pre- and post-processing and analysis methods used in remote sensing technique. Remote sensing is the science of obtaining and interpreting information from a distance using sensors that are not in physical contact with the object being observed. Remote sensing data (LANDSAT 5, 7, 8) during different time periods were compared and rectified and their differences were underlined as well. Also, the observations that led to the successful application of relatively new techniques of image analysis to remote sensing were explained and the close relationship and interaction that exists in research level between image analysis and geoinformatics, through GIS was emphasized. Remote sensing provides a means of observing geomorphological state variables over large areas. With the introduction of the earth observing satellites, remote sensing has become an important tool in analyzing the Earth’s surface characteristics, and hence in supplying valuable information necessary for the geomorphological analysis. Remote sensing techniques have been widely used to delineate the land use changes, to estimate the submarine and coastal discharges, if any, and to give satisfactory explanations in any geomorphological alterations and land surface characteristics. Today, near-real time environmental monitoring and management is possible with the help of high resolution satellite data.

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Pages: 51-57

Cite this Article: Lappas Ioannis , "APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUE IN GEOMORPHOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS, LANDUSE CHANGES, SUB-MARINE AND COASTAL DISCHARGES IN ATALANTI WATERSHED (CENTRAL – EASTERN GREECE)", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 51-57 #ijarporg


DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METALS (PB, CD AND HG) IN CRUDE AND REFINED EDIBLE SALT AT PRODUCTION LEVEL IN CAMEROON – A RISK ASSESSMENT

Authors: BONGLAISIN J. NSAWIR, MOUAFO T. HIPPOLYTE, BAOMOG B. A. MANUELA, ADJELE J. B. JORELLE, LANTUM D. NONI

Abstracts: Edible salt is the most commonly used for iodization worldwide. Therefore, any contamination of processed iodized salt could be a health hazard. The present study aimed to determine the levels of heavy metals (Pb, Cd and Hg) in the crude salt as well as after processing it, to assess the risk involved in consuming food grade salt that has passed through this process in order to propose amendments. Eighty-two crude salt samples and the same number of refined salt samples were collected from three factories that are producing iodized to serve the CEMAC Region in 2006, 2010 and 2018. The levels of lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), were determined using atomic absorption spectroscopy method. The study reveals that imported crude salt from Namibia, Egypt and Djibouti does contain high levels of these heavy metals contaminants. The levels expressed as average (range) in μg/g of Pb, Cd, Hg, in refined salt samples were 3.7 (0.8 – 8.0), 0.23 (0.0 – 0.6) and 0.45 (0.01 – 0.9) in 2006; 2.5 (0.2 – 9.0), 0.32 (0.0 – 0.8) and 0.37 (0.0 – 0.9) in 2010; 2.6 (0.1 – 8.0), 0.2 (0.0 – 0.8) and 0.35 (0.0 – 1.0) in 2018, respectively. The results obtained in the present study were compared with Codex standards. Except for Cd that posed no problem, all values for these metals in refined salts were higher than the permitted levels defined by Codex (2 μg/g of Pb, 0.5 μg/g of Cd and 0.1 μg/g of Hg).

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Pages: 58-64

Cite this Article: Bonglaisin J. Nsawir, Mouafo T. Hippolyte, Baomog B. A. Manuela, Adjele J. B. Jorelle, Lantum D. Noni , "DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METALS (PB, CD AND HG) IN CRUDE AND REFINED EDIBLE SALT AT PRODUCTION LEVEL IN CAMEROON – A RISK ASSESSMENT", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 58-64 #ijarporg


CYTO-PATHOLOGICAL PROFILE OF INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS OF CHICKS AT 3 HOURS AGE POST INVASION BY SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS

Authors: AMGAD, M. ABDELRAHMAN1, KHALDA A. KHALIFA2, OSAMA, A. ALTAYEB3, OMAR, E. A. R.4, AZZA, B. MUSA5 , DALIA, E. MAKI6, G. E. MOHAMMED7,8, MOSTAFA, A9., MANAL, H. SALIH10, HALIMA, M. OSMAN11.

Abstracts: Salmonella often interferes with host cell functions such as actin polymerization and signal transduction to induce apoptosis and death. Salmonella enteric serotype enteritidis when targeted host cell it secretes effector protein, then proliferate into the cells concurrently leading to apoptosis, the effector protein will interact with that of the host cells. In the current study experimental newly hatched chick was taken as a model, twelve chicks were inoculated with salmonella cells at dose 10-5 intercrop. Three hours post-inoculation the chicks were sacrificed. Histopathological sectioning of intestine from affected chicks revealed, degenerative changes, infiltrate of the heterophil and mononuclear cell, as well as sever sloughing epithelial cells into the intestinal lumen. Cytopathology using the flow cytometer analysis showed that epithelium cells were invaded by Salmonella enteritidis for 3 hours. The flow cytometer succeeded to detect singlet epithelial cells that invaded by salmonella pathogen. Also, it described the effects of viable salmonella cells that rendering epithelial lining under pressure of invasion and induction of apoptosis as well as the cellular immunity was stimulated at 3hours of age. The study conducted on the processes of phagocytosis, kill and/or degradation against salmonella was not neutralized when compared with the destruction of intestinal epithelial cells and sluffing into lumen that means the losses in chicks started at 3hours of age.

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Pages: 65-69

Cite this Article: Amgad, M. Abdelrahman1, Khalda A. Khalifa2, Osama, A. Altayeb3, Omar, E. A. R.4, Azza, B. Musa5 , Dalia, E. Maki6, G. E. Mohammed7,8, Mostafa, A9., Manal, H. Salih10, Halima, M. Osman11. , "CYTO-PATHOLOGICAL PROFILE OF INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS OF CHICKS AT 3 HOURS AGE POST INVASION BY SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 65-69 #ijarporg


MODIFIED PROTOCOL FOR SEPARATION OF CHICKS’ INTESTINAL EPITHELIUM FROM LAMINA PROPERIA APPLYING FLOW CYTOMETER

Authors: AMGAD, M. ABDELRAHMAN, OSAMA A. MOHAMED, KHALDA A. KHALIFA, OMAR E. ABDELRAHMAN, DALIA E. MAKI, AZZA B. MUSA, GALAL ELDIN E. MOHAMED, AMAL, MOSTAFA

Abstracts: Epithelial cells protect the surface of body cavities, and as they considered part of the immune system that fights invading bacteria. The epithelial barriers reduce the migration rate to host organs. Salmonella enteritidis is a facultative intracellular pathogen capable of surviving within non-phagocytes like epithelial cells and initiates the inflammatory responses. The current modified protocol was used for the separation of intestinal epithelial cells of newly hatched chicks from the submucosa and muscular layer that invaded by salmonella. Also, this protocol described the detaching of epithelial cells from its junction by using drop-shape steel lees stain loop and gently inverted the very small intestine of the chicks, then mechanical air pump through inverted tissue to separate epithelial cells, trypsin cells to ensure singlet status to be analysed by flow cytometer to study the invasion of microbial load and cytopathological status of epithelial cells.

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Pages: 70-73

Cite this Article: Amgad, M. Abdelrahman, Osama A. Mohamed, Khalda A. Khalifa, Omar E. Abdelrahman, Dalia E. Maki, Azza B. Musa, Galal Eldin E. Mohamed, Amal, Mostafa , "MODIFIED PROTOCOL FOR SEPARATION OF CHICKS’ INTESTINAL EPITHELIUM FROM LAMINA PROPERIA APPLYING FLOW CYTOMETER", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 70-73 #ijarporg


TAX ADMINISTRATION AND TAX REVENUE PERFORMANCE OF KIBOGA DISTRICT LOCAL GOVERNMENT, UGANDA

Authors: OLIVER ATUHAIRWE, PATIENCE TUGUME, STEVEN AINEBYONA

Abstracts: The main aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between tax administration and tax revenue perfomance . This was accomplished by taking Kiboga district as a case study. Its specific objectives included to assess the relationship between tax registration and tax revenue perfomance, examine the relationship between tax assessment and tax revenue perfomance and assess the relationship between tax revenue collection and tax revenue perfomance. It was also guided by the research qestions, elaborated conceptual frame work. It adopted a cross sectional study and used both qualitative and quantitave approaches to gather the required data. The study sample was 136 respondents selected by simple random sampling and purposive sampling. Questionnaires and documentary review were used for data collection. The gathered data were tabulated, analysed. The findings of the study were less involvement in tax registration by all stake holders like the village chairpersons and area councilors at sub county level. The study indicate an increasing level of tax registration has a positive impact on revenue performance. The findings for increasing levels of tax assessment have direct positive impact on revenue perfomance. The study findings for increasing the level of tax collection procedures have a direct positive impact on the level of perfomance. And from the regresion analysis, the independent variable, tax administration trough tax registration, assessment and collection procedures have positive significant influence in the dependent variable (local revenue perfomance). The study recommends that the local governments engage in registration of all stakeholders, businesses and people to broaden the tax base for which local revenue is based so as to improve service delivery. Also, the researcher recommends that local government engage in registration and asessment of alll stakeholders, businesses, people for the purpose of broadening the tax base.

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Pages: 74-95

Cite this Article: Oliver Atuhairwe, Patience Tugume, Steven Ainebyona , "TAX ADMINISTRATION AND TAX REVENUE PERFORMANCE OF KIBOGA DISTRICT LOCAL GOVERNMENT, UGANDA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 74-95 #ijarporg


RECYCLING OF WEST AFRICAN CASHEW NUT SHELLS WASTE IN ASPHALT CONCRETE: IMPACT ON THE PHYSICO-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT CONCRETE

Authors: AUGIAS ANAGONOU, VICTOR SONGMENE, THIERRY GODJO, JULES KOUAM

Abstracts: The global cashew nut production worldwide has reached about 4 million tons in 2017. West Africa, with about one third of cashew raw nuts worldwide production, is the largest cashew nut production region. This cashew production generates large quantities of cashew nut shells (CNS) waste that must be disposed. This study aims to valorize CNS ashes in asphalt mixtures. Different proportions of ashes were added as partial replacements to the very fine sand element in the asphalt concrete. The physico-mechanical properties of the mixtures were tested using the Marshall test. The results show that CNS ashes can replace fine sand in asphalt concrete. The best characteristics of the asphalt concrete were obtained with a 15% ash composition.

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Pages: 96-106

Cite this Article: Augias Anagonou, Victor Songmene, Thierry Godjo, Jules Kouam , "RECYCLING OF WEST AFRICAN CASHEW NUT SHELLS WASTE IN ASPHALT CONCRETE: IMPACT ON THE PHYSICO-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT CONCRETE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 96-106 #ijarporg


THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION FACTOR ON BRAND AWARENESS (CASE STUDY: BUDI LUHUR UNIVERSITY)

Authors: RISMIATUN, AFRINA SARI

Abstracts: This research aims to determine and explain how the effect of integrated marketing communication factor consisting of Advertising, Personal Selling, Public Relations, Sales Promotion, Direct Marketing, and partially on Brand Awareness. The type of research used was analytical research using a research instrument in the form of a questionnaire. The population in this study was the audience element of the campus, employees of nobility and students and students of nobility by using random sampling. Furthermore, the sampling in this research taken from an unknown population, and the sampling technique in this research use 169 respondents. This research uses Multiple Regression and ANOVA test to answer the hypothesis has been author state. Then the results showed that the variables of integrated marketing communication, namely from Advertising, Personal Selling, Public Relations, Sales Promotion, and Direct Marketing together effected Brand Awareness, while only the Public Relations variable has a significant effect on Brand Awareness.

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Pages: 107-112

Cite this Article: Rismiatun, Afrina Sari , "THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION FACTOR ON BRAND AWARENESS (CASE STUDY: BUDI LUHUR UNIVERSITY)", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 107-112 #ijarporg


CRIME DRILLS IN HUMAN RESOURCES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA)

Authors: SAMIRA IBRAHIM, DANIEL IKECHUKWU NNAMANI

Abstracts: The human resource sector has been a key area of focus in Nigeria due to its responsibility of recruiting and developing an effective and reliable workforce to drive the country’s economy forward. However, this sector has not lacked significant grey areas with the major ones being on the issues of corruption, nepotism, Harassment, and gender discrimination. with the help of data from reliable secondary sources, this paper presents a detailed analysis on how these human resources crimes have been propagated in Nigeria as well as the Poverty, Low literacy levels, decline in ethical standards, Fragile policies within the country, and vague HR-related laws as the major contributing factors.

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Pages: 113-115

Cite this Article: Samira Ibrahim, Daniel Ikechukwu Nnamani , "CRIME DRILLS IN HUMAN RESOURCES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA)", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 113-115 #ijarporg


ASSESSMENT OF LEVEL OF RESOURCES AVAILABILITY AT NATIONAL TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE: A CASE OF ONDO STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: ERINSAKIN, MARTINS OJO, AGUN, PAULINAH OLUSOLA, AKINBEBIJE, JOHN

Abstracts: The research was conducted on the assessment of level of resources availability at National Teachers Institute in Ondo State, Nigeria. Descriptive survey research design was used. The study population comprised, facilitators and clientele of NTI programme in Ondo State Nigeria. The sample size for the study was Ninety (90) respondents, selected through a multi-state sampling technique. The research instrument, used to collect data was self-developed by the researchers, entitled, “Questionnaire on assessment of level of resources at National Teachers’ Institute in Ondo State, Nigeria”. The research instrument was validated by two experts in Test and measurement, while the validity of the research instrument was determined, through test retest method, 0.70 coefficient reliability was obtained. The research questions were analysed, using descriptive statistics (frequency counts, simple percentages and mean). Based on the results, conclusions were made that materials should be made available adequately and that facilitated were enough for the programme. However, the funding of NTI programme in Ondo State Nigeria was not adequate. Recommendations were therefore made that; the Federal Government of Nigeria should budget adequate fund or finance for the programme implementation. Also, more materials and facilitators should be made available to further strengthen the existing ones.

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Pages: 125-129

Cite this Article: Erinsakin, Martins Ojo, Agun, Paulinah Olusola, Akinbebije, John , "ASSESSMENT OF LEVEL OF RESOURCES AVAILABILITY AT NATIONAL TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE: A CASE OF ONDO STATE, NIGERIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/feb2020.html, Volume 4 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition, 125-129 #ijarporg


SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF NON-PUBLIC SECTOR INITIATIVES IN HOUSING FOR MARGINALIZED GROUPS: CASES OF DHURMUS SUNTALI FOUNDATION

Authors: KRISHNA RAM BHANDARI

Abstracts: Sustainable housing can be defined as the housing that can address the social, economic, and cultural needs of the residents. Sustainable housing should be energy efficient and affordable for the low income groups. Nepal Government has listed 22 ethnic groups as a marginalized groups among which 17 ethnic groups reside in Terai region. Among those 17 groups, the highly marginalized group is Musahar group who are socially deprived. Many private sectors have been involved in the making of affordable housing who are mainly focused in quantity rather than quality. So, the main purpose of this research is to assess the sustainability of the integrated model settlement established by Dhurmus Suntali Foundation both in Terai as well as in Hilly region of Nepal. This research also attempted to study the socio-cultural aspects, economic aspects and environmental aspects of the settlement with an exploratory and descriptive approach of research, following case study as a research design strategy and observations, interviews, ethnography, questionnaire survey as a research methods. For this, first of all, list of indicators were developed based on the literature review which were precised more and then the performance indicators were derived which was followed by methodology. Deductive approach of research has been applied to compare the list of performance indicators with the data obtained from site visit. The study showed that Tamang people in Giranchaur are not ethnically marginalized but from the perspective of social participation and economic dimension they seem to be marginalized. In terms of marking of individual indicator parameters, all the settlements have scored very small marks in indicator parameters like passive solar design, energy efficient appliances, use of materials, orientation, economic opportunities etc. Based on these findings, different design strategies has been recommended on those low scoring indicators. Keywords Sustainability – Sustainable Housing – Thermal Comfort – Resiliency – Livelihood

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