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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue VI, June 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th June 2020
Full Paper available from: 25th June 2020


Information Technology for providing Electronic Identity Card to people who are living in Hambantota District in Sri Lanka
Kusum Priyanath Jayasinghe

Abstract: Southern Province is one of the developing province which belongs to Sri Lanka, and it consists of three districts which are Galle, Matara, and Hambantota. Hambantota district includes considerable amounts of rural areas. The Department for Registration of Persons plays a major role in national security of Sri Lanka and it does not have a proper Batch Processing Electronic Identity Card system in Sri Lankan Context. Some of the Functions are done manually; so there is huge necessity to have a proper Batch Processing Electronic Identity Card system. The Electronic Identity Card system consists of Informational based solutions to provide Identity card to people who live in Hambantota District. This system is capable of process People’s data and photography and provides identity cards to poor citizens free of charge. Authorized officers of the Department for Registration of Persons in Sri Lanka can maintain all the functions of the systems and they have high priority to access the System. The actors of this system will be Grama Niladhari, authorized officers of the Pradashiya Sabaha and authorized officers of the Regional office of the Department for Registration of Persons. This Electronic Identity Card system is user-friendly and needs client less involvement. This system will do several different functions and all the transaction are done through the Internet.
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SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NEODYMIUM (III), SAMARIUM (III) AND TERBIUM (III) COMPLEXES CONTAINING BIS (SALICYLALDEHYDE) -ORTHOPHENYLENEDIAMINE AS LIGAND
Uwanta Emaime. J. , Ukoha Pius. O., Ekwere Ifiok O.

Abstract: The solid complexes of neodymium (III), samarium (III) and terbium (III) were synthesized from a tetradentate Schiff base, bis(salicylaldehyde)orthophenylenediamine. The Schiff base ligand was prepared from condensation of o-phenylenediamine (1, 2-diamine benzene) with salicylaldehyde. The prepared Schiff base reacts with Nd (III) to give a complex with stoichiometric ratio of (1:2) (metal: ligand) while Sm (III) and Tb (III) react to give complexes with stoichiometric ratio (1:1) (metal : ligand). The complexes have been characterized by elemental analysis, molar conductance, electronic absorption and infrared spectral studies. Possible structures were suggested for Nd(BSOPD)2 and SmBSOPD which were based on the results.
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ISLAM AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
EMMANUEL A. OJEWUNMI

Abstract: This paper establishes that the religion of Islam is a source of ethics and morality and it should not be a political force. The paper also discusses various perspectives of different schools of thought in Islam to political participation. It further considers the roles that have been played so far in the governance of Nigeria by the proponents of Islam. In essence, this paper will attempt to investigate the interrelationship between Islam and politics. Based on this, the paper has adopted the use of descriptive designs in its methodology and the use of the theory of functionalism to prove the importance of the subject matter in the political dispensation of Nigeria. Finally, this paper intends to prove that the activities of extremists in Nigeria have posed a threat to the continued existence of Nigeria and her sustainable governance before giving recommendations on the influence of Islam in Nigeria polity.
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Salt Marsh Ecology in Karainagar, Sri Lanka
A. Ahalya, K. Suresh

Abstract: Salt marshes are dynamic habitat lying on a low energy coastline functioning as ecotones. Salt marshes in Sri Lanka are understudied, unexplored and less concerned for conservation. This study recorded biodiversity and ecology of Karainagar marsh plants and their influence by edaphic factors. Floral diversity was studied with 10m wide line transects at seven points perpendicular to the High Tide Line, comprising 35 quadrats. Six marsh plants of family Amaranthaceae were identified. Suaeda maritima, Halosarcia indica and Salicornia brachiata were abundantly observed. Highest Shannon Index (0.78) and lowest Simpson Index (0.41) values were recorded in Point 3. Cluster analysis classified plots into four clusters and 2D- Multi Dimensional Scaling deduced higher similarity between Points 3, 4, 5 and 7. Positive correlation between elevation and salinity (r=0.829, p=0.00) has influenced plant distribution. Pearson comparison resembled a strong statistically significant correlation between elevation and salinity (p=0.004). The flooding inundation and climatic zonation has resulted in profound increase in salinity in Karainagar. Despite their high ecological value, salt marshes are being destroyed at an alarming rate. Understanding relationship between salt marsh ecology and environmental factors is a key factor in salt marsh conservation and restoration.
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Synthesis of Carbon Nanotube by Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) Method
Munaly Akter, Dr. Md. Ehasanul Haque, Md. Masud Parvez, Dr. Md. Abdul Matin

Abstract: We synthesize the carbon nanotube (CNT) by chemical vapor deposition (CVD). The morphological images have been observed before and after the CNT growth on the Si/SiO2/Co substrate. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) images confirmed the growth of CNT onto the Si/SiO2/Co substrate. The SEM image of Si/SiO2/Co substrate having no CNT was found little dark due to having Co catalyst on the top, whereas lots of amorphous carbon was existed on the Si/SiO2/Co/CNT surface according to SEM image. The growing CNT has no regularity and directionality.
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Present status and future prospects of ornamental fishes at Chattogram region in Bangladesh
Uachash Barua, Sk. Ahmad-Al-Nahid

Abstract: The study was conducted on present status of ornamental fishes and its future prospects from January, 2018 to December, 2018 where thirteen (13) aquarium shops were found in Chattogram. Through a well-designed research framework and questionnaire thirty six (36) aquarium species were enlisted in the study among which thirty four (34) were freshwater species and two (2) of them were marine origins. Order ‘Cypriniformes’(44.12%) and family ‘Cyprinidae’(38.24%) were most popular among ornamental fish market. In our survey, Cyprinus carpio and Carassius auratus (Orenda) were most abundantly found to sell in aquarium shops. Cichlasoma Citrinellum (1200 BDT) of order ‘Perciformes’ was the highest while Pangasius pangasius (20 BDT) of order ‘Siluiriformes’ was the lowest valuable aquarium species in Chattogram. Poor quality of local species and insufficient local hatchery was marked as the major constraint in ornamental fish business. Marketing channel no. 2 was found most popular where aquarium species reach to keepers from Kataban market via traders of Chattogram. 47% of customers in Chattogram didn’t face any major problem and 50% of them were recorded to purchase ornamental species and other necessaries from traders of Chattogram. Major problems of aquarium business in Chattogram were sorted out through this study and some recommendations were made which may be useful for future enrichment of aquarium business in Chattogram.
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