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Scirj Volume VII, Issue VI, June 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th June 2019
Full Paper available from: 25th June 2019


Anti-Diabetic Activity of Methanolic Extract of Momordica Balsamina in Rabbits
AMINATU ABUBAKAR SANI, SHERIFAT BANKE IDRIS, SAIDU YAKUBU

Abstract: Antidiabetic property of methanolic extract of Momordica balsamina, was evaluated in alloxan induced diabetic rabbits. Sixteen adult rabbits divided into four groups of four animals each were used for this study. Diabetes was induced by a single intravenous injection of alloxan monohydrate (150mg/kg) in groups A, B and C. Group D served as negative control. Following induction of diabetes, group A and group B were treated with 200 mg/kg and 250mg/kg body weight of the extract of Momordica balsamina, respectively while group C was treated with glibenclamide (positive control). The results showed that administration of Momordica balsamina extract at 200 mg/kg and 250mg/kg body weight significantly (P < 0.05) reduce the blood sugar after 24 hours of treatment. Furthermore, there was no significant difference between blood glucose levels of Momordica balsamina extract and glibenclamide treated rabbits. The data from this study suggests that Momordica balsamina extract in rabbits reduces blood sugar and can be comparable to the effects of glibenclamide.
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ANALYSIS OF INCOME TAX CALCULATION BASED ON LAW NUMBER 36 OF 2008 AT FISHERIES COLLECTOR TRADERS
Ivonne H. Putong, Roslina H.S.D. Limpeleh, Anneke M. Kaunang, Roosje Awuy , Antonius Manginsela

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to determine the suitability of the Income Tax Law Number 36 of 2008 with the calculation of income tax for CV. K fisheries collectors. The analytical method used in this research is a descriptive / comparative analysis, namely an analysis that describes, and compares the calculation of corporate income tax, according to the company with the calculation of income tax according to the tax law. The results of the research indicate that the corporate tax calculation is not in accordance with the Income Tax Law No. 36 of 2008. (1). The company has compiled financial statements based on tax regulations but does not complete the reporting requirements, Annual Notification Letter, Corporate Income Taxes that companies should make nominative reports for entertainment costs. (2). The company uses the wrong rate classification. Income of companies totaling more than IDR 4.8 billion but less than IDR 50 billion uses tax rates {0.25 - (0.6 Billion / Gross Income)} x Taxable Income. In 2017 the company uses the Agency tax calculation rate for income above IDR 50 billion. This has resulted in the company becoming more paid in 2017. Companies can submit corrective tax returns for 2017 and the process of overpayment.
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Heavy Metal Geochemistry of Soils in Selected Industrial and Farmlands of Enugu State: A Preliminary Investigation
Iyi Emmanuel Chibuike, Ozoko Daniel Chukwuemeka & Ezeh Christopher Chukwudi

Abstract: The present research was designed for the investigation of heavy metal geochemistry of soils in selected industrial and farmlands of Enugu State. Soil samples were randomly collected at depths of 0.5m from 60 sites at dumpsites, industries, wetlands, mechanic workshops, roadsides, animal dungs and river beds during wet and dry seasons using soil auger and polythene bags.
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EFFECT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM ON CORPORATE IMAGE IN JORDAN LOMBOK
FITRIA IKA AGUSTINA, HARAL AZMI

Abstract: The purpose of this study were (1) To determine the effect of Aspect Education Program on Corporate Image in Lombok Jordan Company. (2) To determine the effect on the Health Aspects Program on Corporate in Lombok Jordan Company. (3) To determine the effect of Environmental Aspects Program on Corporate Image in Lombok Jordan Company. Research type used is associative causal. Sampling technique in this research is purposive sampling technique of determining the sample with a certain consideration. In this case the 120 respondents who received the benefits of CSR Companies Jordan Lombok. Proving the hypothesis using a statistical test by way of Individual Test with SPSS. Version 21 for Windows. The conclusion that can be drawn is (1) There is a significant effect of education on Corporate Image Jordan Lombok, (2) There is no significant influence on the health of the Corporate Image Jordan Lombok, (3) There is a significant influence of the environment on the Company Image Jordan Lombok.
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THE EFFECT OF WORKLOAD AND WORK ENVIRONMENT ON JOB STRESS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF NURSE INPATIENT ROOMS AT MATARAM CITY GENERAL HOSPITAL
Afrina Susiarty, Lalu Suparman, Mukmin Suryatni

Abstract: The purpose of this research as follows to examine and analyze the effect of workload and work environment on job stress and its impact on the performance of nurse inpatient rooms at Mataram city general hospital. This type of research is kusal. Respondents were all employees whose status as a nurse on the inpatient unit Mataram City Regional Hospital as many as 128 nurses. Data collection used by questionnaires. Data analysis and hypothesis testing is done with the approach of this study Partial Least Square (PLS) using software SmartPLSversi 3.0. The results showed that (1) Workload has a positive and significant impact on Job Stress. (2) Working Environment has a negative and significant impact on Job Stress. (3) Workload has a negative effect but no significant effect on performance. (4) Working Environment has a positive and significant impact on performance. (5) Work Stress has a negative and significant impact on performance.
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Model and Strategy Acceleration of Rural Poverty Alleviation
Syaparuddin, Siti Hodijah

Abstract: Poverty is a very interesting phenomenon and has always been an issue that is always debated in the midst of society, technocratic or academic. This study aims to (1) Identify the description of the rural poverty of Jambi Province, (2) Formulate a model for accelerating rural poverty reduction in Jambi Province and (3) Designing strategy for accelerating rural poverty reduction in Jambi Province. The data analysis techniques used in combining qualitative and quantitative descriptive methods. The results showed that the number and percentage of poor people, most of the districts in Jambi Province tended to increase in 2017 compared to 2010. The districts were Merangin, Batang Hari, TanjungJabungTimur, TanjungJabung Barat, Bungo and Tebo. The model of accelerating rural poverty alleviation in Jambi Province which can be formulated is to encourage poor families to get out of poverty with the main actors being poor families themselves by always getting attention from the central government, regional government, private sector and universities in the form of coordination and integration. The main strategy that must be done is to empower the abilities, talents and skills of poor families and reduce all the limitations that exist in these poor families. The basic need approach for some poor people still needs to be done.
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EXTENT OF POSSESSION OF ICT POTENTIALS BY ACADEMIC STAFF OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE
ASSOC. PROF C.A EZEANO, EZIOKWU PATRICIA NKIRUKA, UJAM EVELYN CHILOTA

Abstract: This study was designed to determine the information and communication technology (ICT) potentials possessed by tertiary institutions’ teaching staff in Enugu State. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The population for the study consisted of 5,970 academic staff from 12 tertiary institutions in Enugu State. 544 respondents constituted the sample size for the study. A structured questionnaire of 20 items was used for data collection. The instrument was validated by three research experts. The reliability index for the instrument was computed using Cronbach Alpha method and found to be of 0.82. Mean and standard deviation were used to answer the research questions while the hypotheses was tested using ANOVA at 0.05level of significance. The findings showed that Academic staff of tertiary institutions’ do not possess ICT potentials for effective teaching and learning. There is no significant difference in the mean ratings of universities, polytechnics and colleges of education teaching staff on the ICT potentials possessed by them in Enugu State. Based on the findings, it was recommended that federal and state governments should improve budgetary allocations to tertiary institutions to enable them meet their teaching and research needs. Teaching staff should be sponsored to attend workshops, seminar and conferences to keep them abreast with global ICT potentials they need to possess.
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Early post-operative complications of thyroid surgery- A study of 50 cases in a tertiary level hospital of Bangladesh
Dr. Md Shazibur Rashid, Dr. Mohammad Al Mamun Hamid , Dr. Md Jahangir Alam Majumder, Dr. Md Rafiqul Islam Sarkar, Dr. Ratan Kumar Das Chawdhury, Dr Najnin Akhter

Abstract: To evaluate the early post-operative complications and the risk factors in relation to the extent of surgery in patients undergoing thyroidectomy in a tertiary level hospital.
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NIGERIAN'S NASCENT SECONDARY SCHOOL PHYSICS CURRICULUM AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION PROBLEMS
NWOYE, AMARACHUKWU NKECHI; OKAFOR, ANTHONY. E

Abstract: Due to the sharp declination of students’ academic performance in 2014 and 2015, the researchers deemed it necessary to investigate on Nigerian’s nascent secondary school physics curriculum and its implementation problems. Four research questions guided the study. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The research was carried out in Otuocha education zone, Anambra State. The sample constituted of 465 respondents. Teachers Students Assessment Questionnaire (TSAQ) was used for data collection. The data collected were analysed using frequency and mean. Findings showed that; government, environmental among others related problems impede the implementation of the new curriculum. Based on the findings, it was recommended that university courses in science education should also inculcate the secondary school curriculum content among others.
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