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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue III, March 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


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


Beneficial Assessment of Water Pricing for Community Water Supply in Nigeria
N.S.M. Ogbonna, H.U. Nwoke, N.L. Nwakwasi & B.U. Dike

Abstract: Water supply has been a major challenge in most developing nations. Access to potable water in most Nigerian communities has posed a critical concern for both industrial and domestic efforts. Government water schemes have been inadequate and inefficient as well as unsustainable, which has led to the teeming population in the communities resorting heavily to other means of water supply, especially commercial boreholes. The pricing mechanism for these alternative water utilities has been largely unregulated leading to randomly fixed water prices. The objective was to devise an appropriate pricing model for community water supply which would be harmonized, engender water resource conservation and also achieve both social welfare and economic welfare maximizations. A survey was conducted, employing offline questionnaires.
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Rainfall Observation and Landslide Warning System
Kusum Priyanath Jayasinghe

Abstract: Mainly Rainfall observation and Landslide Warning System based on observation of rainfall and determine where the places landslides can be occurred. Mainly the whole system depends on the consideration of rain fall in selected area, by considering all those records if there is high chance to occur a landslide, the system will provide an early warning before it occurs. This research project is conducted under the supervision of Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) & Collaboration of National Building Research Organization (NBRO). NBRO is the main sponsor of this research project. Mainly this project is based on developing a flexible & scalable solution to reduce the affect of landslide by deploying this system throughout the country dynamically. Also the system automatically detects the high hazard areas which are vulnerable to have landslides in near future and gives a warning message to relevant officials in real time manner.
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INCIDENCE OF PERSISTENCE NASAL OBSTRUCTION AFTER ADENOIDECTOMY: A THREE YEARS EXPERIENCE AND PERCEPTION
Delwar AHM, Hossain ABMT, Mazumder JA, Mustafa MG

Abstract: Santorini and Wilhelm Meyer both were described the Adenoids(ADs) or Nasopharyngeal Tonsil in the 17th and 18th century as Luskhas Tonsil or Nasopharyngeal Vegetations which is the part of waldeyer ring of lymphoid tissue at the portal of the respiratory system. Enlarged adenoid or Adenoids(ADS) compromise the natural pathway of breathing causes obligate mouth breathing and is developed Adenoids Facies. As a result the moulding action of tongue on the hard palate is lost. The concavity of the hard palate is increasing upwards and pressing over the nasal septal constituents. Due to delayed treatment, as a craniofacial development is progressing, the pressure is increasing over the septum and the septum is incurring and deviated to one side. As a consequence hypertrophy inferior turbinate also occur. After adenoidectomy some children continue to suffer nasal obstruction. The aim of our study is to find out the relative incidence and frequency of those children who were suffering from nasal obstruction after adenoidectomy and their management.
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Impact of community pharmacy-based asthma education program on the patients clinical and humanistic outcomes
Ofor Amala C, Nduka Sunday O, Ukwe Chinwe V

Abstract: Asthma illness is a global burden in terms of the extent and durability. There are many indications in Nigeria that asthma is under-diagnosed, under-treated, and uncontrolled in a substantial proportion of the population. Community pharmacists are regarded as the most accessible healthcare professionals and in a viable position to providing services to asthma patients but are often inconsistent and underutilized in its management. This study aimed at evaluating the impact of community pharmacy-based asthma education program on the patients clinical and humanistic outcomes. An intervention study was carried out in a registered community pharmacy in Anambra state of Nigeria among adult asthma patients from 18 years old using a one group pre-posttest design between February 2018 and May 2018.
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THE CHARACTERISTIC OF BUSINESS COMPETITION SUPERVISORY COMMISSION IN INDONESIAN LEGAL SYSTEM HEADING TO SOCIETY 5.0 ERA
Galuh Puspaningrum, Herowati Poesoko, L. Budi Kagramanto, Dominikus Rato

Abstract: Society 5.0 will bring a change for Settlement Competition Law, for example an independent institutions in the field of business law creates independence in the supervision and resolution of business disputes. The Business Competition Supervisory Commission is an independent institution authorized by Law of Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition, to oversee the activities of business actors. According Sociological Jurisprudence, Society 5.0 affect social structure and Indonesian law enforcement.
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THE MOST REALISTIC FACTORS STRENGTHEN THE EMPLOYEE’S PRODUCTIVITY
Firmansyah, Adhy Firdaus

Abstract: The Labor behavior and employee concern is always been an attractive issue for business owners. The interest in knowing what the employee expects from the company in return for their loyalty and high productivity is the best topic the company stakeholders wonot miss. Theoretically many scholars had their opinions concerning employee productivity. This research is focused on the real-life reasons for the employee to be more productive in the company. The research questions are what is the employee expectations form the company? What makes the employee happy and enthusiastic to work? How is the working environment which the employees dream of?
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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTOMATED PRICING SYSTEM USING PHP & MYSQL
Ajiteru S.O., Iromini N.A. and Oluwasogo S.A.

Abstract: This paper focuses on the design and implementation of an automated pricing system using international breweries Ilesha as a case study. The research makes a provision for the customization of the program designs in order to accommodate other manufacturing company such as Cadbury, Unilever, Nigeria breweries, Nestle etc. The objectives include reduction of stress, paper work and error, also to increase speed and satisfy customers. The research work proffer a solution to a competitive price changes and assists enterprise on how to quickly respond to price change. This gives rooms for easy & quick price adjustment. In order to achieve all these, design and implementation of an automated pricing system is necessary. This paper presents the design of a web based application called Price Engine by making use of PHP, MySQL, Apache, Dreamweaver, and HTML as design tools.
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