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Scirj Volume VII, Issue XI, November 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


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


Assessment on Factors Causing Female Students Attrition at Haramaya University, Ethiopia
Wezira Ali

Abstract: Although numerous studies have been recording on the enhancement of female student enrolment in higher education of Ethiopia, much remains unknown about the striking gap of gender disparity between the enrollment and graduation rates of female students due to the excessive attrition rates at the tertiary level. This study aims to assess factors that causing female students attrition at Haramaya University. Methods to collect the data were conducted using quantitative a structured questionnaire that was distributed to the sample of female students who attend education in the College of Social Science and Humanities in the year 2016/17. Whereas, the qualitative method was held by using an in-depth interview with key personnel that contributes valuable information towards the causing factors of attrition among female students at Haramaya University. The data analyzed was a quantitative data analysis technique, such as descriptive statistics that were employed to present and summaries the data using tables. The study found a critical event in life ( pregnancy, significant person death), Tension, and separation from family as the top three personal factors for female student attrition. Among the challenging factors in the university environment, adjustment problems with campus life(environment), influence from senior friends, instructors, and other staff members have identified as a reason for dropout. Lack of transparent grading, difficult of education as well as using assessment techniques were the top three reasons for attrition in the academic aspect.
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Analysis of well logs for the detection of coal seams - A case study from Rajbar block of Auranga coalfield, Jharkhand, India
Srinaiah. J

Abstract: Geophysical well logging survey was carried in nine different boreholes in the Rajbar block of Auranga coalfield in the Damodar valley area of Jharkhand, India in order to delineate a number of coal seams, their depth, thickness and lithology. I used a conventional set of logs consisting of Density, Gamma-ray, Single point resistance and Resistivity for the delineation of several unknown coal seams. Lithological interpretation was carried out using Ward’s method of hierarchical cluster analysis to decipher the variation of litho-facies of each borehole. Also, agglomerative clustering was used to assign a distinct lithology for each unique interval in the borehole. I found that the interpreted physical properties from each borehole are in good agreement with the range of physical properties obtained from core samples analysed in the laboratory which enhance the reliability of interpreted litho-logs.
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Factor Analysis on the variability of the Nigerian Stock Market
Bilesanmi A. O., Ekwueme O. G. and Aronu C. O.

Abstract: This study focused on using factor analysis in determining the variability of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Market. The study used secondary data sourced from daily official list of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE). The data comprises of monthly stock rates of returns of the Nigerian Stock Exchange daily official list for the period of January, 2015 - December 2017. The objective of the study was to identify the companies that contribute to the variability of the Nigeria Stock Exchange within the period 2015-2017. The findings of the study showed that that five factors can be retained since their Eigen values were larger than 1 and they were able to explain about 89.71% of total variability in the model. It was further found that listed companies that explain over 50% of the variability attributed to the model were in the following order dangsugar, dnmeyer, fcmb, oando, cadbury, fidelitybk, transcorp, guaranty, diamondbnk, flourmill, livestock, abbeybds, conoil, glaxosmith, academy, zenithbank, jberger, uba, dangflour, skyebank, access, Sevenup, guinness, aiico, maybaker, unilever, sterlnbank, mrs, total, unitybnk, dangcem, abctrans, mobil, studpress, pz, and wemabank. This result implies that wemabank was the least performer with about 63.18% while dansugar performed better within the observed period. Based on the findings of the study, potential investors are advised to invest in companies such as dansugar since it was found to be the best in determining the variability in the Nigerian Stock Exchange Market within the scope of the present study.
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THE IMPACT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP TO TEAM PERFORMANCE
Yudi Mochamad, Djabir Hamzah, Otto R. Payangan, Nurdjanah Hamid

Abstract: This study aims to determine and analyze the influence of transformational leadership style to team performance. This type of research is explanatory research. The approach used to analyze is a quantitative approach. This research was conducted at the Maintenance & Utilities Department, PT Vale Indonesia (Tbk). The population in this study were all department leaders and employees as many as 567 people in several positions in Maintenance & Utilities. The number of samples is 235, with purposive sampling (purposive sampling) as a sampling technique. The analysis technique used in this study is regression analysis. The results showed that transformational leadership style variables have a positive and significant effect on team performance.
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Strong Law Enforcement To Uphold Business Ethics: Common Citizen’s Perspective
ADHY FIRDAUS

Abstract: Micro Scale Entrepreneurs (MSE) had been becoming a backbone of the national economy in many countries – including the Republic of Indonesia. It has a major role in creating jobs and reduce the unemployment rate for decades. Despite the religious and moral values of Indonesian which should have strong influences in ethical values in their day-to-day life, some Indonesian MSE’s seem does not care for the safety of its consumers. They, some times, broke the laws and business ethics. The goal of this qualitative phenomenological research is to determine what are the major reason for MSE’s to have such behavior that repeatedly had broken the Business Ethics. We made deep interviews and close observations to 10 (Ten) informants who have had the experience of breaking such laws and conducted unethical business by using dangerous chemical substances, such as textile color stuff, Borax, formalin, auburn textile, into their food products. These informants were chosen among many from 5 (five) different traditional flea market in 5(Five) different Sectors in the City of Bekasi, West Java Province of Indonesia. Our findings show weak law enforcements that gave the opportunity to the MSE’s people to broke business ethics and ignoring the safety of their consumers repeatedly.
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AWARENESS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE OF QUANTITY SURVEYORS AMONG PRIVATE HOUSE OWNERS IN NIGERIA
Mohammed, M.A., Opatunji, O. A., Oyelami, E.D, Oyewo, O.W.

Abstract: The study evaluated the awareness of professional service of Quantity Surveyors among Private house owners in Nigeria (Osun State. Appraisal of relevant literature remained the basis for measuring awareness of professional service of Quantity Surveyors which has formed the frame work for designing Questionnaire used for the primary data .Two hundred numbers of Questionnaire were administered, One hundred and eighty were received. The questionnaire was analyzed using descriptive statistic, percentage and relative important index. The results of the analysis show that the reasons for not engaging the service of Quantity surveyors I do not understand the roles of Quantity surveyor was ranked first 0.67, followed by To avoid extra cost of their professional service 0.66 and third Lack of legislation that compels their engagement 0.65.The study concluded with recommendation, Individual client should be more enlightened about the importance and function of a Quantity Surveyor by organizing public lectures, workshop and seminars. Nigeria Institute of Quantity surveyors should liaise with government to engage professional service in formulating building act through legislation that will mandate clients to hire the services of Quantity Surveyors.
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ANALYSIS OF ACCOUNTING BEHAVIOR OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES IN THE RIGHT DECISION TAKING FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN PT. S.S
Jeane Christine Lasut, Jufry Rompas, Decire D. Wagiu, Agnes J.E. Wakkary

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to determine the accounting behavior of accounts receivable in order to make the right decision, for business development at PT. S.S in Manado. Receivables are claims arising from the sale of merchandise and services on credit, which can represent a large portion of a company liquid assets. The research method used, namely with a qualitative descriptive approach, data obtained through observation, interviews, and literature study. The results showed that PT SS had 58 Business Partner Companies in 2018 with a percentage of health conditions, namely; current 87.94%, under special supervision 6.9%, non-current 1.72%, doubtful 1.72%, loss of 1, 72%, and 24 Business Partner Companies, from 2019 to April with a percentage of health conditions, i.e. 100% current. Trade receivables that occurred at PT S.S originated from the handover of capital of PT. S.S to the Business Partner Company, and from each Company the Business Partner will pay installments each month according to the ceiling, and the period of time that has been determined.
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ANALYSIS OF RESTAURANT TAX EFFECTIVENESS ON THE ORIGINAL REVENUE OF MANADO CITY
Farida Indria Sanly Wakidin

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to analyze the effectiveness of restaurant tax receipts on Manado City original income. The original income of the city of Manado is the income that is obtained by the region which is collected based on local regulations in accordance with the laws and regulations. One component of the contributors in the structure of local revenue is the local tax. Restaurant tax is a type of local tax that is levied as a source of regional income. The research method used in this research is descriptive qualitative method, namely by analyzing the restaurant tax effectiveness in 2014-2018. The analytical tool used is the Manado City regional tax revenue data. The results of this study indicate that the level of effectiveness of restaurant tax revenue in 2014-2018 is always successful, achieving the specified targets and having different criteria. In 2016 the highest level of effectiveness, while the lowest level of effectiveness was in 2014. With an average of the realization of restaurant tax of 116.92%, and entered the category of very effective. It is necessary to inform the public that the funds collected are used to help regional interests by increasing development in general, so that taxpayers become motivated to pay taxes, so that the effectiveness of restaurant tax on Manado City original income is increased.
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INFLUENCE OF HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCE ON EMPLOYEE WORK EFFECTIVENESS
Isal anwar hasan, Samsul rizal, Nurmi

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to know the influence of human resources competency consisting of knowledge, skills, and attitude towards employee work effectiveness. This research is done by quantitative methods. The techniques used in the collection of data on this research are questionnaires, interviews, library studies. This research uses 2 (two) types of data sources namely primary data and secondary data, the data analysis used in the research is a descriptive analysis and multiple regression analysis. The results of this study show that employees work effectiveness, simultaneously influenced by knowledge variables, skills and attitudes.
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Sociocultural factors influencing maternal health outcomes in Nigeria
Onyejose, Kenneth N.; Ndep, Antor O.; Offiong, Dominic A.; Omang, Joseph A.; and Otu, Fidelis T.

Abstract: Maternal health outcomes, just like other health indicators are influenced by sociocultural factors prevailing in the context where the population of interest exists. Human beings interact with their environment, both physical and sociocultural and these interactions influence their physical and mental wellbeing. Maternal mortality and morbidity is a marker of the status of health of the population. This review informed by recent development in maternal and newborn health was conducted to determine how the sociocultural factors have contributed to maternal health outcomes in Nigeria. It involved search of current and recent literature and identified twenty two (22) articles, the contents read and organized into themes - Gender and maternal health, sociocultural determinants and maternal health outcomes.
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