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UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC COMPLACENCY PRACTICES IN TIMES OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWNS IN THE CITY OF HARARE, ZIMBABWE. A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE

Authors: ZVIMEKRIA CLIVE MUKUSHWA, MARSHALL SAMUGWEDE

Abstracts: The purpose of this article is to contextually understand and examine in-depth the phenomenon of public complacency in times of COVID-19 lockdowns in the City of Harare (Zimbabwe). COVID-19 pandemic was first reported in China (Wuhan) in late 2019 before its global spread. It has undoubtedly become one of the newest, highly transmissible and deadliest threat to global human health as well as to democratic freedom. To minimise its spread, most global governments devised a mélange of COVID-19 lockdown measures but nevertheless the phenomenon of public complacency has become a global wicked problem. Researches that examine public complacency on COVID-19 lockdowns are still scarce and emerging. Hence, this article is critical as it provides an understanding and examination on this subject matter which ultimately contributes to extant theoretical literature on COVID-19 pandemic in this specific dimension. This study is largely qualitative and single-case study, which relied on key informant interviews and non-participant observations to collect data from cross-sectional participants. This was complemented with analytic desktop review of extant literature. The results indicate that COVID-19 lockdowns have seriously impacted on citizens’ freedom in terms of movements, participation and livelihood strategy activities. It further emerged that citizens are engaged in complacency practices because of invisibility of law enforcement agents, selective application of COVID-19 protocols, economic climate, the belief that inoculation is immunity to COVID-19, hunger or abject poverty and public denial to new normal of COVID-19. The article has proposed some recommendations to improve public adherence in times of COVID-19 lockdowns in the City of Harare and further afield. This article recommends a study to be conducted on how COVID-19 lockdowns affects the public from a socio-psychological dimension in urban setting.

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Pages: 1-10

Cite this Article: Zvimekria Clive Mukushwa, Marshall Samugwede , "UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC COMPLACENCY PRACTICES IN TIMES OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWNS IN THE CITY OF HARARE, ZIMBABWE. A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 1-10 #ijarporg


PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES ON PUBLIC FUNDS MANAGEMENT: THE REFLECTION FROM HEAD OF SCHOOLS IN TANZANIA

Authors: MWITA SOSPETER

Abstracts: Quality of any service provision is subject to the leaders who are entrusted power to manage and control all the necessary resources such as funds and fiscal within the given institution. This is because in the era of massive transformation in school management and administration there is a need to update leadership and management skills for sustainable institutions. This study explored the prospects and challenges on public funds management in the reflection from the head of schools. Sample of 35 head of schools who were randomly obtained participated in this study. The results show that head of schools had inadequate expected skills in public funds management. It was further revealed that fund mismanagement in Tanzania leads to poor service delivery within public schools. However, several measures have been established to equip school leaders with appropriate financial skills including providing training on school fund management and attending seminars and/or in-services training on financial related courses. Thus, the responsible authorities are urged to establish regulations and institutions for training heads of schools before and after the appointment. This could help in assuring reliable heads of schools with appropriate public funds management skills. Therefore, heads of schools could draw appropriate skills, knowledge and experiences in school management upon being provided with in-house training on school management and administration. It also recommends that the agency responsible for training in cooperation with education stakeholders need to undertake several pieces of training to inform school leaders on the new changes in education management.

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Pages: 11-14

Cite this Article: Mwita Sospeter , "PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES ON PUBLIC FUNDS MANAGEMENT: THE REFLECTION FROM HEAD OF SCHOOLS IN TANZANIA ", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 11-14 #ijarporg


A SHOPPER’S TALE: THE DIGITAL MARKETING INFLUENCE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF ONLINE SHOPPING USERS, A PHENOMENOLOGY

Authors: ELMERSON L. BARANAO, MAED, LOUISSE M. GARZO, FSHEIMER L. EDRA, LORD VAUNNE DREY C. TERUEL, EDWARD E. BALMORES, JOHN DAVE U. ALVARADO

Abstracts: Online shopping has significantly transformed the way consumers buy their desired products in this technological era. This study aims to set out the lived experiences of online shoppers who have altered their buying behavior to a more transcended one especially amidst this pandemic. Method: This qualitative paper made use of a phenomenological research design to understand the lived experiences and perceptions of the participants relative to the central question: "How do online marketing strategies affect the behavior of customers?” Data were gathered using a one-to-one interview that consists of twenty-five developmental questions and were analyzed using an inductive approach in theme development. Results: Four major themes emerged out of the data gathered which are Product Management, Customer Relations, Buyer-Seller Relationship, and Business Gains. Online shoppers’ behavior was directly influenced by the digital marketing strategies in consideration to the assessed product, trend impact, customer concerns and satisfaction, and the benefits they can get using this online business platform. The study revealed that online shoppers developed skills and characteristics that affect their purchasing behavior relative to the digital marketing strategies. Conclusion: Digital marketing significantly influenced the purchasing behavior of online shopping users who used various strategies as a reflection of their rich lived experiences. Recommendation: Online products and services providers may consider the identified behaviors of online shoppers through responsive digital marketing strategies crucial in promoting and protecting the best interest of the companies and consumers.

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Pages: 15-22

Cite this Article: Elmerson L. Baranao, MAEd, Louisse M. Garzo, Fsheimer L. Edra, Lord Vaunne Drey C. Teruel, Edward E. Balmores, John Dave U. Alvarado , "A SHOPPER’S TALE: THE DIGITAL MARKETING INFLUENCE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF ONLINE SHOPPING USERS, A PHENOMENOLOGY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 15-22 #ijarporg


AUTOMATED HOME SAFETY AND SURVEILLANCE

Authors: JITENDRA SINGH BISHT

Abstracts: There lies two aspects to my project one is the detection of intruders and accidents other is the alert and automation system. The detection of intruders and accidents lies in the fact that the camera could detect fire, motion and strangers by using Computer vision. Coming to the alert and automation system, I have used some sensors and microcontroller boards for automating various activities in response to prevailing conditions and alerting the user about the undesirable activities.

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Pages: 23-27

Cite this Article: Jitendra Singh Bisht , "AUTOMATED HOME SAFETY AND SURVEILLANCE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 23-27 #ijarporg


EXPERIENCES OF TEACHERS, PARENTS AND STUDENTS IN LEARNING DELIVERY MODALITIES: A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY

Authors: MICHAEL S. ANODA

Abstracts: This qualitative-phenomenological study determined the lived experiences of participants on the learning delivery modalities. It comprised of fifteen (15) participants selected using a purposive sample technique, with five (5) parents and five (5) students in a virtual in-depth interview and five (5) public elementary teachers in a focus group discussion. The data analysis employed data coding and thematic analysis. For the parents and students, there were issues emerged in the problem namely: difficulties in adapting the learning modalities; preference to one learning modality; problem on internet connection. Meanwhile, for the teachers, issues emerged namely: problems in adapting new learning modality; inadequacy in production in instructional materials; observance to COVID 19 health protocols. To address the issues, parents and students mentioned ways: securing stable internet connection; having constant communication with teachers; ensuring provision of resources and communal support; asking help from family members to understand the lesson; adapting time management skills; adapting the modality applicable in one situation. While teachers also pointed out ways: Engaging in activities preparatory for various teaching modalities; receiving support from others; keeping constant communication with parents; managing time efficiently. They also cited insights they could share to others. For the parents: emphasis of parent’s role in the new normal education; parents’ preferences of face-to-face instruction; high regard with the new normal initiative in education. For students: development positive learning habits; improvement of the mechanism of the new of learning; adaptation of positive perception towards new mode of learning. While for the teachers: provision of learning resources; flexibility and adaptability of teachers; importance of educational training for teachers; decongestion of school works. The results were significant to public school teachers, parents, students, DepEd officials, administrators and future researchers to give awareness and best practices to have quality education utilizing the different learning modalities.

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Pages: 28-41

Cite this Article: MICHAEL S. ANODA , "EXPERIENCES OF TEACHERS, PARENTS AND STUDENTS IN LEARNING DELIVERY MODALITIES: A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 28-41 #ijarporg


SALMONELLA ENTERICA INCIDENCES IN DAIRY PRODUCTS FROM ETHIOPIA'S CENTRAL HIGHLANDS

Authors: ZERIHUN ASEFA BIRU

Abstracts: Animal-sourced food is a major source of S. enterica infections and a serious public health concern around the world, particularly in developing countries. More recent review studies on the prevalence of S. enterica in dairy products show a median of 6% in raw milk and dairy products. However, almost all previous work in this area has been limited to biochemical confirmation of suspected S. enterica. The prevalence report from dairy products had high uncertainty. As a result, almost all reports of the prevalence of S. enterica in dairy products and raw milk were highly variable. Furthermore, almost all previous reports on the prevalence of S. enterica in dairy products in Ethiopia do not take the dairy value chain into account when determining the major point of contamination of the product. To overcome the limitations of previous studies, molecular techniques, as well as the milk and dairy value chain in the country were used to confirm the presence of S. enterica in each value chain. From December to March 2020, a cross-sectional study was conducted on milk and dairy products in the Welmera, Bishoftu, Asella, and Fiche milk shades of Ethiopia's Oromia region to determine the incidence of S. enterica. A total of 480 dairy product samples were collected using simple random techniques from producers, collectors, processors, and retailer value chains Isolated S. enterica was confirmed using the latex agglutination test and the presence of a highly conserved region of the invA gene. The overall prevalence was 14.79 percent (71/480). From a total of 480 tested samples 21.35 percent raw milk, 12.5 percent pasteurized milk, and 6.5 percent cottage cheese are positive for S. enterica. According to this finding, dairy products in the area are sub standards of east African standards. As a result, strict hygienic approaches and quality control measures should be implemented to improve product safety in the area.

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Pages: 42-46

Cite this Article: Zerihun Asefa Biru , "SALMONELLA ENTERICA INCIDENCES IN DAIRY PRODUCTS FROM ETHIOPIA'S CENTRAL HIGHLANDS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 42-46 #ijarporg


THE ROLE OF PROBIOTICS IN THE TREATMENT OF HELICOBACTER PYLORI-CAUSED GASTRITIS

Authors: ZERIHUN ASEFA BIRU

Abstracts: Helicobacter pylori are a typical bacterium that affects a portion of the population in the world. Probiotics in combination with antibiotics to treat gastritis caused by Helicobacter pylori is an effective treatment that has fewer negative effects than antibiotics alone. In comparison to using antibiotics alone, probiotics plus antibiotic supplementation eliminate gastritis caused by H pylori. Antibiotic-based H. pylori treatment is only about seventy percent successful, and it comes with a slew of side effects. As a result, probiotics combined with antibiotics have a completely inhibiting effect on H. pylori caused by gastritis. Probiotics are beneficial in reducing H. pylori-related stomach discomfort, according to several in vivo investigations. Human studies looked at the efficacy of antibiotics and probiotics in combination, and the results showed that probiotics improved H. pylori gastritis reduction and inhibited H. pylori settlement. Despite this, no study has been able to show that probiotics alone are capable of eliminating H. pylori. Probiotics used in conjunction with antibiotics can reduce the antagonistic qualities induced by H. pylori abolition antibiotic activity, and hence have beneficial properties in H. pylori-infected people. Long-term intake of diets containing probiotic strains improves antibiotic action of H. pylori infection in humans, mostly by lowering the risk of antibiotic-related diseases.

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Pages: 47-54

Cite this Article: Zerihun Asefa Biru , "THE ROLE OF PROBIOTICS IN THE TREATMENT OF HELICOBACTER PYLORI-CAUSED GASTRITIS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 47-54 #ijarporg


DEVELOPMENT OF END-OF-LINE TESTING FOR POWER NET GUARDIAN PRODUCTS

Authors: BHUMIKA U, M G VEENA

Abstracts: Testing a factory-made unit at the tip of the line could be a vital step within the production method. Defective product or perhaps those not matching specification limits closely enough should be separated from the useful units shipped to the client. End-of-Line (EoL) testing assesses not solely the standard of the merchandise, however conjointly the soundness and yield of the assembly method. Reliable detection of non-functional units is that the primary objective of the take a look at, however reducing the rejection rate and increasing the output is that the final result. Automatic testing replaces additional and additional subjective testing by human operators to shorten the assembly cycle and to enhance the reliability and likeness of the results. However, objective measurements have need to give a comprehensive assessment as sensitive as a personality's tester victimization his visual and aural senses. To completely vie with associate older operator, the target mensuration instrument must even have learning capabilities to accumulate information concerning physical causes of the mistake. Moreover, it should to be capable of being integrated in machine-driven lines, strong in an exceedingly harsh and shrie atmosphere, price effective and easy to use.

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Pages: 55-60

Cite this Article: BHUMIKA U, M G VEENA , "DEVELOPMENT OF END-OF-LINE TESTING FOR POWER NET GUARDIAN PRODUCTS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 55-60 #ijarporg


EFFECT OF FARM IRRIGATION ON RURAL HOUSEHOLD’S INCOME IN WEST WOLLEGA ZONE: A CROSS SECTIONAL APPROACH FROM KIREMU WOREDA

Authors: TAMIRU GABUSHO AYANA

Abstracts: This study was conducted on effect of farm irrigation on rural households’ income in Boke and burka Dhintu, and Habro woreda, West Hararghe zone, Ethiopia using cross sectional approach to investigated effect of farm irrigation on rural households’ income in study area. Three stage sampling procedure was adopted for selection of sample respondents. Descriptive statistics and Heckman’s two-stage estimation were used to evaluation. The analysis revealed out of the total thirteen explanatory variables, nine variables of which were continuous and the fives dummies, found to be significant like distance from household’s farm to the nearest market center education level of household, distance from residence to water source, access to extension service, livestock in tropical livestock unit, access to information, availability of family labor force, access to credit, and gender of household head. Finally, descriptive and econometric results show, improving rural households to extension service and livestock sector, are recommended to enhance participation in small-scale irrigation thereby improve small rural farm household’s total annual income.

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Pages: 61-65

Cite this Article: Tamiru Gabusho Ayana , "EFFECT OF FARM IRRIGATION ON RURAL HOUSEHOLD’S INCOME IN WEST WOLLEGA ZONE: A CROSS SECTIONAL APPROACH FROM KIREMU WOREDA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 61-65 #ijarporg


PREDICTING COVID-19 WITH AN APPROACH OF MACHINE LEARNING BASED ON CNN USING CHEST X-RAY IMAGES

Authors: ASHRAFUL ISLAM, FARHAN BHUIYAN, HASIBUL HASAN SAKIB, TUSHER DEBNATH, HUMAYRA SIDDIKA, SUMIYA AKTHER JOYA

Abstracts: In March 2020, The WHO (World Health Organization) announced COVID-19 as a worldwide epidemic. The Artificial Intelligence can play a vital role in different ways, such as machine learning in identifying COVID-19 patients by analyzing their chest X-Ray visually. Classifying the chest X-Ray with a new machine learning method, COVID-19 patients and non-COVID-19 patients can be identified. The new ML method can lower the development cost, also can detect & diagnose the virus in a test with large number of datasets. The ML method can be a useful tool to scan and analyze large number of the chest X-Ray as an image and also with accurate outcomes. This ML approach can work with rapid amount of data in short time and accurately from the Chest X-Ray image. With an improved Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), the X-Ray image can be segmented in fewer iterations. By analyzing and segmenting the chest X-Ray image, the detection process can be optimized with its histograms and threshold techniques. a new model based on Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) that automatically detects COVID-19 using chest images is presented. that most of the affected people have no common symptoms before checkup COVID-19. If the detection results are incorrect, the patient will not be able to understand that he or she has Covid19. The proposed model is evaluated by Python libraries namely TensorFlow and Keras.

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Pages: 66-72

Cite this Article: Ashraful Islam, Farhan Bhuiyan, Hasibul Hasan Sakib, Tusher Debnath, Humayra Siddika, Sumiya Akther Joya , "PREDICTING COVID-19 WITH AN APPROACH OF MACHINE LEARNING BASED ON CNN USING CHEST X-RAY IMAGES", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 66-72 #ijarporg


IMPACT OF REVOLVING CREDIT FUND ON THE RURAL POOR ECONOMY IN WESTERN HARARGHE ZONE: IN CASE OF SOME RURAL WOREDA

Authors: TAMIRU GABUSHO AYANA

Abstracts: The study was conducted in West Hararghe zone; in case of some rural woreda to analyze impact of revolving credit fund on rural poor economy. To source of data primary data were collected from 120 members and 60 nonmembers of multipurpose cooperative. The secondary data were collected from institutions. The descriptive statistics were used to describe institutional and socio-economic characteristics of respondents. Multiple logistic models were used to analyze factors influencing average annual income and repayment performance. The amount of loan authorized to beneficiaries is not disbursed on time which may discourage farmers to demand revolving fund. About 54.00 percent of the sample respondents utilized loan fully for the purpose initially intended. Further, respondents revealed that lack of awareness; expenditure for consumption purpose and ceremonial expenditure were the main reasons for miss utilization of the revolving credit fund. It was identified out of respondent’s 80 percent were non-defaulters and 20 percent were defaulters.

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Pages: 73-79

Cite this Article: Tamiru Gabusho Ayana , "IMPACT OF REVOLVING CREDIT FUND ON THE RURAL POOR ECONOMY IN WESTERN HARARGHE ZONE: IN CASE OF SOME RURAL WOREDA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 73-79 #ijarporg


EFFECT OF FREE MARKET PRICE ON KHAT PRODUCTION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF HOUSEHOLD IN WEST HARARGHE ZONE, ETHIOPIA

Authors: TAMIRU GABUSHO AYANA

Abstracts: The chief determination of this study was to analysis effect free market price of Khat on economic growth of households in west hararghe zone in some woreda. The researchers were used for the methodology of the study adopted the neoclassical growth model to theoretical framework development to identify optimization problem of price liberalization investigating effects of free market on economic growth in some woreda, the researchers used Ordinary Least Square method. The study used ordinary least squares regression and found khat production price liberalization had a significant negative effect on economic growth of households.

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Pages: 80-85

Cite this Article: Tamiru Gabusho Ayana , "EFFECT OF FREE MARKET PRICE ON KHAT PRODUCTION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF HOUSEHOLD IN WEST HARARGHE ZONE, ETHIOPIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 80-85 #ijarporg


CLASSROOM DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

Authors: MITIKU TESHOME ABETI

Abstracts: This paper was aimed to investigate a classroom discourse and find out its uses for the teaching of English as a FL/SL. To achieve the purpose, the researcher made a classroom observation as a tool of data collection. The class was randomly selected from Kokebe Tsibah Secondary and Preparatory School, Grade 11. After having simply the record, transcription was made. Based on the transcription, among the models of classroom discourse, the Sinclair and Coulthard (1975) model was selected as a sign post of this classroom based discourse analysis. Comparing the model with the actual classroom transcription, the discourse analysis was made and the interpretation and recommendation were finally put in the study. Based on the analysis it was confirmed that the classroom from which the data in the paper was taken didn’t promote equal roles for teacher and students. Teacher was dominating the class and students were not fully participating in that classroom. Additionally, there were unequal amount of moves and exchanges between teacher and students. All the moves, acts and exchanges between them were unequal. The class was teacher dominated. The initiation was from the teacher. There was no room for students to begin or initiate the conversation. When we see the lines from the transcription, teachers talk is about 10 lines more than that of students talk. Finally, it was recommended that teachers should give sufficient time for their students to make them practice the language and students are also needed to fully participate in the classroom in English lessons.

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Pages: 86-90

Cite this Article: Mitiku Teshome Abeti , "CLASSROOM DISCOURSE ANALYSIS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 86-90 #ijarporg


ORGANIC FARMING - MERITS AND DEMERITS

Authors: MEHAK SIDHU

Abstracts: organic farming makes food healthy, improve soil health, healthy plants and healthy environment. Organic farming is comparatively costly than conventional agriculture because of extended time period, expensive organic seeds etc. The organic food produce from organic farming is much healthier for consumer. This paper provides an overview of organic farming merits and demerits

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Pages: 91-92

Cite this Article: Mehak Sidhu , "ORGANIC FARMING - MERITS AND DEMERITS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 91-92 #ijarporg


EFFICIENCY OF WORK CULTURE, PUBLIC SERVICE MOTIVATION AND RISK AVERSION TOWARD NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR

Authors: NINIK SRIJANI, SITI AISYAH

Abstracts: This study aims to analyze and prove the capacity of work culture, public service motivation and risk aversion to new public management and organizational citizenship behavior. The object of this research is employees PT INKA (Persero) Madiun City East Java Province. The sampling method uses techniques purposive sampling (sampling technique with certain considerations). The number of respondents who participated in this research were 102 employees. The data analysis technique or method used in this research is multiple linear analysis with the help of a program SPSS 23. The results of the research findings partially show that work culture and risk aversion have an effect on new public management whereas in the regression model both work culture and public service motivation have an effect on organizational citizenship behavior.

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Pages: 93-98

Cite this Article: Ninik Srijani, Siti Aisyah , "EFFICIENCY OF WORK CULTURE, PUBLIC SERVICE MOTIVATION AND RISK AVERSION TOWARD NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 93-98 #ijarporg


AN INVESTIGATIONAL APPROACH TO REHABILITATING ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE TRENDS IN A GIVEN CONTEXT.

Authors: MANTHRIRATNE P.A.P.H.

Abstracts: Sri Lanka's primary industry is the garment manufacturing industry. The garbage is introduced to the environment in significant amounts every year due to the high production capacity. Post-consumer fabric waste accounts for most discarded textile waste. Recovery prospects for controlling post-consumer textile waste have been reviewed timely. Alternative value-added techniques, such as printing and dying, are quickly displacing traditional value-added procedures. Instead of using destructive procedures, fabric waste from garment manufacturing can also be used as a value addition to new products with handcrafted sustainability modifications. Waste fabric pieces have been utilized as value additions above the resulting combination, strengthening the base fabric's durability, texture, comfort, confidence, and alternative styling. The purpose of this research is to produce an experimental prototype while exploring creativity-driven available options for repurposing post-consumer textile waste and proposing an entrepreneurial business opportunity to reach the local community's customer base. Meanwhile, the research will consider both environmental and ethical sustainability approaches. Experimental practical options have been tested throughout while evaluating the appropriate methodologies to find a better prospect.

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Pages: 99-104

Cite this Article: Manthriratne P.A.P.H. , "AN INVESTIGATIONAL APPROACH TO REHABILITATING ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE TRENDS IN A GIVEN CONTEXT.", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 99-104 #ijarporg


CHALLENGES FACED IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN TEACHERS’ COLLEGES IN ZIMBABWE

Authors: SOPHIE HLATYWAYO, TICHAONA MAPOLISA

Abstracts: This paper sought to explore the challenges faced in the implementation of inclusive education in teachers’ colleges in Zimbabwe. The paper was focused on three teacher training colleges in Zimbabwe. The study used interpretivism paradigm, qualitative research approach and multiple case studies research design. The population of the study were college principals, lecturers and students. A sample of seventeen (17) participants and eight (8) key informants was selected using homogenous purposive sampling. Data were generated using face-to-face interviews and direct observation guide. The paper established that major challenges affecting inclusive education were absence of inclusive education policy, shortage of resources, lack of funding, lack of skilled personnel, attitudes of college personnel, inaccessible environment, rigid curriculum, work overload by lecturers, stigma and discrimination and lack of information by students with disabilities. It can be concluded that due to lack of skills and knowledge on inclusive education and disability by the lecturers, students with disabilities are not adequately catered for in teachers’ colleges thus, affecting their professional development. It was also concluded that shortage of resources was affecting inclusive education in teachers’ colleges. The paper recommended that the Ministry of Higher Education Innovation Science and Technology Development (MHTEISDT) and teachers' colleges' administrators should have a budget to support inclusive education in teachers' colleges.

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Pages: 105-117

Cite this Article: Sophie Hlatywayo, Tichaona Mapolisa , "CHALLENGES FACED IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN TEACHERS’ COLLEGES IN ZIMBABWE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 105-117 #ijarporg


IMAGE CLASSIFICATION BASED ON CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS USING TENSORFLOW

Authors: MANISH U, KARTHIK IYER, MD FARHAN KHAN, NEHTRAVATHI.B, DAYANANDA P

Abstracts: The purpose of this research is to use Tensorflow, a Python tool, to detect images using Convolutional Neural Networks. The input data focuses primarily on plant categories, and leaves are used to identify them. Since CNN consistently gives better results in automated plant identification, it is the best method to use for training and testing data.

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Pages: 118-121

Cite this Article: Manish U, Karthik Iyer, Md Farhan khan, Nehtravathi.B, Dayananda P , "IMAGE CLASSIFICATION BASED ON CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS USING TENSORFLOW", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 118-121 #ijarporg


A STUDY ON PROBLEMS FACED BY THE CUSTOMER TOWARDS THE SERVICES OF CANARA BANK WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO TIRUPUR CITY

Authors: N. B RAMITHA, DR. D. BALAMURUGAN

Abstracts: This study focuses on the performance and customer satisfaction in banking sector with special reference to Canara Bank Tirupur city. Data were collected from the customers of Canara Bank with a sample size numbering 530. A well structured questionnaire was employed to collect data from the respondents. Tools such as percentage analysis, chi square test and garrett ranking tests were used to analyse the data. The analysis revealed certain interesting results regarding the customer experiences with respect to the bank’ facilities.

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Pages: 122-125

Cite this Article: N. B Ramitha, Dr. D. Balamurugan , "A STUDY ON PROBLEMS FACED BY THE CUSTOMER TOWARDS THE SERVICES OF CANARA BANK WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO TIRUPUR CITY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/mar2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition, 122-125 #ijarporg