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Scirj Volume IV, Issue II, February 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th February 2016
Full Paper available from: 25th February 2016


Comparative Study on Productive and Reproductive Traits of Black Bengal and Jamnapari Goats under Semi-Intensive Condition
Gous Miah, Ashutosh Das , Tahmina Bilkis, Md. Moksedul Momin , Md. Arif Uddin, Md. Abdul Alim , Mohammad Showkat Mahmud, Omar Faruk Miazi

Abstract: The study was conducted to compare the productive and reproductive performances of Black Bengal and Jamnapari goat under semi-intensive system in Bangladesh. Average birth weight of kids of Black Bengal and Jamnapari was 956.13±19.72 and 1776.56±75.13 gms, respectively. In case of single litter the birth weight of Black Bengal and Jamnapari kids was 962.5±130.14 and 1773.33±388.62 gms, whereas in twin it was 967.17±139.68 and 1816.67±486.11 gms and in case of triplet it was 929.55±90.7 and 1500 gms, respectively. Birth type showed significant difference (P<0.05) between the breeds. A negative correlation was found between the litter size and the birth weight of kids. It was observed that in case of does the average body weight was 14.65±2.84 kg and 30.4±9.08 kg in case of Black Bengal and Jamnapari goat respectively. The service per conception was 1.45±0.5 and 1.34±0.48 in Black Bengal and Jamnapari goat, respectively. The average gestation period was 147.9±1.6 and 150.88±4.7 days, post partum heat period was 36±7.9 and 63.25±24.32 days, kidding interval was 186.15±7.9 and 199.22±13.61 days, age at puberty was 197.35±13.59 and 328.44±61.65 days for Black Bengal and Jamnapari goat, respectively. The results indicated that the productive and reproductive performances were better in Black Bengal goat than the Jamnapari goat under semi-intensive condition.
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The Influence of Strategic Leadership and Dynamic Capabilities through Entrepreneurship Strategy and Operational Strategy in Improving the Competitive Advantage of Private Universities in Jakarta, Indonesia
David Ronald Tairas, Prof. Dr. Abd. Rahman Kadir, Prof. Dr. Mahlia Muis, Dr. Ria Mardiana Y

Abstract: This study aims to analyze the influence of strategic leadership and dynamic capabilities on the competitive advantage of Private Universities in Jakarta using entrepreneurship strategy and operational strategy as the intervening variables. This study is a quantitative study in which samples 200 chairmen or leaders of 22 of Private universities in Jakarta were given questionnaires and interviewed. These data were then analyzed using Structural Equation Model (SEM) to examine whether or not there were influences of the strategic leadership and dynamic capability on competitive advantage of private universities in Jakarta. The study found that strategic leadership has positive and significant influence on the competitive advantage of private universities in Jakarta. However, there was an inverse relationship of strategic leadership on competitive advantage if the intervening variables of the entrepreneurship strategy were used. Therefore, it is clear that entrepreneurship strategy cannot be used as mediating variable in influencing the strategic leadership on the competitive advantage of the Private Universities in Jakarta.
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Contamination of raw fresh milk, market pasteurized milk and powdered milk by toxic heavy metals in Bangladesh
Monsur Ahmad, S.M. Prabir Kumar Roy, Nazmul Sarwar, Shamsul Morshed, Md. Kauser-Ul-Alam, Abdul Matin, Khadija Tul Kobra

Abstract: Milk is called the balanced nutrient food in the human diet. Micronutrients and macronutrients were found abundantly in milk, but contamination of heavy metals can occur in milk and milk products. The present investigation was carried out to determine concentrations of lead, chromium and nickel in raw fresh milk, market pasteurized milk and powdered milk of different brands. A total of 80 raw milk samples of cows from the household lactating cows in Chittagong, Narayanganj and Dhaka, 36 powdered milk samples and 36 market milk samples from Chittagong were taken for analysis. Lead (Pb), Chromium (Cr) and Nickel (Ni) concentration in raw fresh milk was found 0.17 mg/L, 0.04 mg/L and 0.15mg/L respectively. Where in brand market pasteurized milk the concentrations of Lead (Pb), Chromium (Cr) and Nickel (Ni) were 0.02 mg/L, 0.11 mg/L and 0.17 mg/L respectively. In powder milk of different brand samples the concentrations of Lead (Pb), Chromium (Cr) and Nickel (Ni) were 0.18 mg/L, 0.11 mg/L and 0.17 mg/L respectively. A comparison of level of those three heavy metals was done with different locations of Bangladesh and among different brands. The levels of those three heavy metals within most of the samples were found within permitted range of different approved authorities. But in some samples those limit exceeded the limits which can cause health risk to humans. The way of their entry to the human food chain is through the contaminated milk and powder milk due to the presence of industries and highway roads near the dairy farms, animal feeds contaminated with heavy metals and processing steps.
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The Study of Improving the Quality of Education in the Perspective of Regional Autonomy (The Analysis of Principal Strategic Role)
Dr. Budiharjo

Abstract: The school principal has a strategic role in improving the quality of education in the era of regional autonomy. The development of work ethic, the establishment of harmonious cooperation, and the improvement of the quality of teachers and school staffs are determined to a great deal by the quality of school leadership. Therefore, the recruitment of school principal should be carried out in a professional way, not political interest. Education always overlaps with the powers, including the appointment of school principal, which cannot be separated from political interest of a regional leader. However, both school principals and educators should be free from the influence of local authorities in order not to be dragged into irrelevant matters to their core business.
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The Problem of Social, Culture and Behavioral Change: The Impact of Social public and Practices
Mst. Jesmin Ara, Meer Mosharraf Hossain

Abstract: There is widespread agreement that Social problem and Behavioral Change are one of the most challenging research fields of Globalization. This article we have to identifies concerns arising from attitudes and values within nursing and common approaches to diversity of social problem, and then discusses key issues in nursing education system that relate to human nature, culture festival, ability workload, food habit, and Public Practice. We looked towards our own practice as to investigate the indigenous cultural knowledge can be used more productively in real world. This article critically reviews the major trends to identify the social policy has contributed the education system in a developing country fast emerging as a rich ground of alternative educational research. we present an account of our present understanding of capacity building practises, which are explain existing situation in social problem and identifying major challenges with possible recommendations. This research is also conducted on survey design with a semi structured interview schedule and case study analysis, and also data are collected from randomly selected 100 people who are living in Bangladesh. We used Qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques to ensure the maximum objectivity and subjectivity of research. The main objective of the research paper provides demographic characteristics of young people to illustrate existing situation social practices such as payment during job, food system, risk factor with committed suicide, sexual harassment and possibility to leave causes of problem in Bangladesh.
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