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Scirj Volume II, Issue I, January 2014 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 30th January 2014
Full Paper available from: 30th January 2014


The 2015 AEC Business Competition, Business Intelligent and Implications for Small Medium Enterprises Competitiveness
Dr. Rizal Ruben Manullang

Abstract: ASEAN Economic Community 2015 will be contributing to the high competition in Indonesia. The agreement which has been settled to bring the single market in ASEAN, with free flow of investment, services and even human resources in the region, should be considered by every enterprise both national and entity who does business in regional area. Intelligence Business is a right step to gather relevant information in order to manage into knowledge. Managing knowledge can be catalyzed as a Knowledge Management; aims to encourage every enterprise doing a value creation through new and unique knowledge as a form of innovation that can deliver a competitive advantage for the enterprise. Therefore, innovation is the competitiveness that deserves to be developed in order to bring the enterprise continuing to stand strong amid the competition itself.
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Tahir Ilahi as behavior principles of representation for financial statements based on the Ten Commandments
Anik Yuesti, Iwan Triyuwono , I Wayan Ramantha , Aji Dedi Mulawarman

Abstract: The aim of this research is to understand management behaviour in financial statement representation. Sincerity is the starting point for building the desired behavior as explained in this paper. In Indonesia, research relating to the complicated issue of financial statements—and the representation of these (including their reporting)—is seldom addressed. Therefore, this particular research has been completed in-country (Indonesia) with the focus being made on the Synod of the Protestant Christian Church in Bali (GKPB).
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Role of female education for their economic empowerment in rural areas: A Case study of Jalalabad Union Parishad in Bangladesh
Khosrul Alam

Abstract: This study focused to analysis of the role of education for female’s economic empowerment in rural areas in the context of rural development. In rural areas their empowerment has increased and has taken a significant place in different development programs. The objectives of this study are to examine effects of education on female’s empowerment and its impact on rural development and in the economic sphere. About 160 million people live in Bangladesh. More the 70% people live in rural areas. Among rural people half is female. The rate of the rural female illiteracy is around 46.3%. This rate is alarming because without their education rural development is impossible. Hence, educated female can perform a significant role in their family economy. They become employed in different types of work, enterprises, government and private sectors, in agriculture and receive good status and power due to financial benefits. Educated female enjoys more benefit than that of uneducated female. Instead of their traditional activities they can perform out of home activities for better earnings. There are many limitations existed for educating and empowering them. Despite these limitations, those who are educated and active reach a good level of satisfaction in their lives and contribute much to her family.
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URINARY TRACT INFECTION AMONG TEENAGERS IN UMUDIOKA IN ORLU L. G. A. OF IMO STATE, NIGERIA
Ogomaka, I.A.; Dike-Ndudim, J.N, Ogbulie, T.E.; Dike, D. O, Nwokeji, M.C., Egbuobi, R. C.

Abstract: A Most urinary tract infections (UTIs) are caused by bacteria that inhabit the intestinal tract as normal flora. Escherichia coli being one of the predominant inhabitants of the bowel have often been queried to cause of vast majority of the UTIs especially among women. Mid -stream clean catch technique was adopted in the collection of 500 urine specimens which were analyzed using standard method of urine culture technique. The result obtained showed that of 500 urine specimens examined, 195 (39%) were infected mostly with E coli. Of these number, 162(83.1%) had a total of E coli bacteriuria count ranging from 1.28x105to 1.67x105cfu/ml. Other bacteria isolates encountered include, Proteus sp (1.3%), Klebsiella (4.2%), Staphylococcus aureus (5.4%) and coagulase negative Staphylococcus (2.4%). The strain of the E. coli isolated was however susceptible to most of the antibiotics tested against it. From the above study and observations, there is need for urgent awareness campaign and mass education to the teens and other adults on the danger of the disease and ways of preventing and controlling it, especially in the area of personal hygiene, proper ways of cleaning after defecation and self-control.
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Implementation of Good Governance In Order To Improve Service Quality HAJJ in West Jakarta Religious Ministries
Usman Umar, Yossy Adiswisastra, Santosa Murwani, Dewi Sulityani

Abstract: The objective of this research is to analyze and to test the influence of leadership, apparatus professionalism, and community participation on the quality of service maintenance section umroh hajj on west Jakarta office ministry of religious. There are four hypotheses proposed is this study i,e 1) The influence of leadership on quality service .2) The influence of apparatus professionalism on quality service. 3) The influence of community participation on quality service 4) The influence of leadership, apparatus professionalism and community participation simultaneously on quality service.
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Improving the Security of MANETs Oriented Military Intelligence using Biometrics Authentication Technologies
Julius N. Obidinnu, Ayei E. Ibor , S. O. O. Duke

Abstract: In many parts of the world, the military has been very busy in recent times engaging in terror and other related wars. This requires that men and materials have to be located in different parts of their strategic geographic centres. And in order to ensure a fast communication with these bases, the military often deploys Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs). MANETs carry such intelligence information as: deployment information, readiness information, and order of battle plans to their various bases. The nature of these information is such that any compromise on them could be disastrous to the courses of action of the bases. This paper identifies user authentication as a key issue in strengthening security concerns in MANETs. The paper further adopts biometrics technologies as the trending options for the purpose of obtaining a truer reflection of the identities of the users of ad-hoc networks. This paper therefore, reviews various biometrics technology implementation strategies available, and recommends the adoption of one, or a combination of them by military bases. The benefits provided by this technology are also presented.
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BRANDING AND BRAND POSITIONING: A CONCEPTUAL CONFLICT PERSPECTIVE IN PRODUCT AND CORPORATE STRATEGIES
ALFRED JM EDEMA , Ezute Ifeakachukwu Fortune

Abstract: There has often been confusion among academics and practitioners about the use of some business concepts so much, again, with branding, which has generated a breed of ‘corruptive’ learners and users of such concepts. This paper criticizes the abuse of branding and provides simplified, logical sequential process to the appreciation of the development of branding as well as how it should be applied as a strategic tool in business. The study was based on relevant literature, observations and interviews. The major finding is that effort made at ‘positioning’ and / or ‘repositioning’ a brand, has most times been misconstrued as branding. For instance, the sponsorship, colorization and colonization of an event using a brand and / or corporate identity, is not in itself branding, but positioning or repositioning. The recommendation is that scholars and practitioners should carefully study the root of a concept from which other business tactics are derived before applying it to particular situations, the failure of which further wrongly educate fresh learners and give more credibility to and even stronger acceptance of the concept, by the general business world.
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Analysis of housing quality in Famagusta with emphasis on interiority
Mohammad Borzooeian

Abstract: This research studies and analyses the quality of indoor spaces of residential buildings through case studies in Famagusta, North Cyprus, considering the theoretical issues of housing and through document review and direct observations. Possible factors considered in this study included several items such as spatial dimensions, zoning, colours and materials, furniture, structural organization and lighting. The main problem in this regard is the uncertainty about the quality of residential projects in Famagusta. Failure to meet architectural standards, low quality buildings, abandoned projects, unpleasant architectural appearances and other difficulties are from other problems. In addition to the intrinsic significance of housing quality, this issue can also be significant here since there are a lot of foreign students living in Famagusta and qualified housing is one of the necessities which should be provided for international students. This research was an attempt to find out the qualitative problems through defining five case studies among residential buildings. The techniques used in data evaluation were drawing, sketching, computer simulation and utilizing photographs. The results of the study shows that almost every residential unit meets the standards of properly benefiting from natural light and the factor in which most units fail to meet the necessities is furniture used in furnishing.
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Wind Energy Potential Assessment of Yola
A. M. Usman, N. H. Waziri, A. Babakano

Abstract: This report present an assessment of wind energy potential of Yola town, the Adamawa State capital based on the Weibull Model using 15yaers mean monthly wind speeds covering (1986-2000) taken at height of 10m. Power densities were found to range from 0.594Wm-2 in November to 2.802Wm-2 in April and energy density was found to range from 0.442kWhm-2 to 2.082kWhm-2. Principles of extrapolation were applied at a height of 30m using roughness of 0.214. Power and energy densities at this height, were found to range from 1.203Wm-2 to 5.672Wm-2 and 0.894kWhm-2 to 4.215kWhm-2 respectively. Weibull’s distribution parameters k, c and Г functions were also computed and their average values were 2.537, 1.408ms-1 and 0.634 respectively. The Assessment reveals that Yola is not a good zone for generation of electrical energy from wind. However, it can be suitable for wind mills for water pumping and grinding or milling pulses and grains.
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PROXIMATE AND MICRONUTRIENT ANALYSES OF SYNSEPALUM DULCIFICUM PULP
Chinelo Nkwocha

Abstract: The proximate composition shows that S. dulcificumcontains 7.75% protein, 59.55% moisture content, 4.36% ash, 6.24% crude fibre, 3.26% fat and 18.84% carbohydrate. The result of the mineral analysis shows that S.dulcificumpulp contains 100ppm calcium, 24.20ppm iron, 9.49ppm zinc, 6.22ppm copper, 0.01ppm chromium and 0.01ppm cobalt. Minerals like magnesium, potassium, sodium, manganese and lead were not detected in the pulp. Vitamin analyses shows that the S. dulcificumpulp contains 0.04% vitamin A, 22.69% vitamin C, 0.01% vitamin D and 0.02% vitamin K.
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