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Volume 8, Issue 9, September 2020 Edition - IEEE-SEM Journal Publication

Comparative Analysis of and website quality using the Webqual 4.0 Method for End User SatisfactionPDF

Muhammad Furqon Rahawarin ST & Dr. Ravi Ahmad Salim

Businesses based on start up online travel agencies (OTA) are one of the areas that are quite a lot in the lyrics by business ac-tors in the country, the diversity of the emergence of online travel agency businesses provides an option for consumers to choose which sites benefit them most. Research This is trying to measure the quality of the and PegiPegi websites. The researcher took the object of PegiPegi's research with the phenomenon of the number of visitors being smaller than its competitors, and as a reference for PegiPegi in developing its business in the e-commerce field. The purpose of this study was to determine the differences in the quality of website and website. Using a quantitative approach, this study uses the WebQual 4.0 Method. to analyze the differences between the two websites. Data collection for this study was carried out with an online questionnaire from users and users of websites in Jakarta, Indonesia. The results of this study indicate that has bet-ter quality than and shows what variables need to be improved because they have high expectations but the reality is still low.

Socioeconomic Factors affecting academic performance of students.PDF


This study investigates the effect of socioeconomic factors affecting the academic performance of the students of 9th and 10th grade students in district Charsadda. The data was collected from 50 students from two academic institutions, AL- Ghazali and Hashnaghar academy, Charsadda through survey. Questionnaire, consists of 16 questions were designed for data collection. Simple random sampling was used as sample technique. Data collected were analyzed using frequencies tables, descriptive statistics. Further multiple regression model has been used to find the cause and effect relationship between dependent and independent variables. ANOVA technique was used to find out the significant level of variables. SPSS software was used for data analysis. Further simple bar charts were used to find relationship and percentages of dependent and independent variables. Partial correlation was used to find the positive or negative relationship between variables. Findings revealed that socioeconomic factors family income, family size, parental occupation, parents education level, number of hours spent on social media devices and number of illness have significant effect on student academic performance.

Investigations of growth hormone on growth parameter and biological efficacy of Pleurotus florida ( Mont.) SingerPDF

Ajay Chaurasia, S.K. Biswas, Arshad Husain and Shivam Kumar

The data presented in the table-1 showed that highest fresh and dry weight of mushroom, was found in treatment T5 (GA3 10 ppm) with the value of 1324 gm and 134.60 gm, respectively and maximum biological efficiency is found in treatment T5 (GA3 10ppm) representing the value 33.10% as against 22.255 in case of control. The data presented on the table 2 showed maximum yield was obtained from T5 treatment where 10ppm concentration of gibberellic acid were spray at the time of spawning representing the value 1324 gm however the largest average stripe length was found in T5 treatment (GA3 10ppm) which is 9.4 cm at the time of harvesting against 5.1 cm in case of (T7 treatment). As per concerned of width of pileus, the data presented in the table-3 showed that the largest average width of pileus was found in T5 treatment (GA3 10ppm) representing the value 13.8 cm diameter, which was followed by T6 (GA315ppm) and T4 (GA3 5ppm) treatments.

Impact of Education Expenditure on Economic Growth: A case study of PakistanPDF

Sana Asghar

This study shows the impact of education expenditure on economic growth of Pakistan.GDP growth rate and education expenditure are taken as intervene variables while gross fixed capital formation and official development assistance are taken as controlled variables. Time Series data has been used for the period 1975-2016. The data have been taken from World Development Indicator (WDI). VEC model and ARDL model has been used in the study. The results shows that there is a long run negative and significant relationship between education expenditure and GDP growth rate in case of Pakistan.


Abdullahi Rabiu, Peter Ajelabi

Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) skills acquisition of current TVET undergraduate of Nigeria tertiary institutions has been criticised for not meeting the desired goals. The technical drawing sessions give less emphasis to CADD software. The objectives of the study were to find out the skills needed for the application of CADD in TVET program, to ascertain the students’ capability of CADD application in TVET program, to discover the prospects of CADD application while designing and the constraints hindering the effective application of CADD in TVET program. Four research questions were developed based on the study objectives. 97 (ninety-seven) final year Technical Education students at Bayero University Kano (BUK) and 66(sixty-six) Federal College of Education Technical FCE(T) Bichi final year students, were the study population. 108 (one hundred and eight) students were used as the sample of the study. Descriptive survey method was adopted in the research work. Questionnaire (CADDSKILL) was developed and validated by three experts in the field of Drafting Technology Education, 0.85 for section A, 0.76 for section B, 0.74 for section C and 0.80 for section D, correlation co-efficient reliability indexes were obtained using split half method for ensuring consistency of these instruments. Mean and standard deviation were used for data analysis. The findings of the study showed that; problem solving skills, long term learning skill, ability to learn using video tutorial and computer operation skill were the skills needed. It is recommended that the students must have those CADD skills and learn CADD diligently, as this will improve their experience and enable them become more versatile and conversant with CADD packages.

The Theory of Quality of LifePDF


The THEORY of QUALITY of LIFE Giuseppe Quartieri, physicist, Grand Father of Quality, IBR professor and free professional President of the Scientific Committee of the “Climate Circles and Rural Culture (CACR)” ABSTRACT The scope is to develop and propose the fundamentals of the theory of the quality of life, that appears an old concept but it needs sound theoretical basics. This approach here proposed is based on the system science applied to the theory of quality. Developed by Quartieri in the 1980, this main fundamental value-quality relation convolute value, quality and cost of a system. System basic notion and its nature defined by von Bertalanffy and Miller and supported by the Harold Chestnut system engineering approach, has allowed Giuseppe Quartieri to develop the mentioned relation of convolution among value, quality and cost by using information theory. The analysis continues on the scale and ranking parameters to define the quality of life. The three crisis (Energy, Ecology/Climate and Economy) strongly influence the quality of life whilst the environmental factors inside the present climate change assume real priority in the frame of quality of life. Green deal and anthropic reduction of the Earth resources is one of the main topic of this analysis. New policy and management have to accept new standard for quality of life but not only money as economists are still continue to affirm. In the meantime, the concept of sustainability is criticized due to its inherent relativity and therefore its scientific nonsense. Anyway, sustainability can ever be computed by means of specific statistics still remaining and ambiguous concept part of the variability of systems. In the end of the day, the system value is not the cost but only and only the its convolution (faltung) with quality. Whilst those new concepts of quality of life are applicable, the fear of reducing the resources of the planet seems the most important concerns of some scientists, political and economic people. In this comes the divergence of ideas and opinions regarding the humanity supportability and the percentage of anthropic vs natural factors of the reduction of quality of life. Quality is life and life is quality, that’s all we know in the World and all we need to know. Giuseppe Quartieri rephrasing J. Keat Keywords: quality, life, sustainability, value, cost, environment, climate change, system

Effect of Damage to the Surface of the Rollers Due to Copper Penetration in the Manufacturing Process of the Cooper Rod Using the Hot Roll MethodPDF

E.E.Susanto, F. Rahmadianto, G.A. Pohan

The coiling material, the hot rolling of copper rods, the cooling process and laboratory tests of broken coils were studied. The research was conducted to determine the damage to the surface of the coils and the penetration of copper in the coils used for hot rolled copper rods. The roller material does not dissipate heat easily, causing small cracks on its surface. There are cracks on the surface of the rollers, and copper penetration is one of the reasons for the increased crack speed in the rollers. The standard cooling system used in the coils used in the hot rolling of copper rods is not optimal, which causes the hardness of the rolled material to be uneven. The difference in the hardness of the roller material will cause unsatisfactory stresses, and therefore will accelerate the roller crack rate. Once the cause of copper penetration into the coils due to hot rolling is known, radiation can be minimized, so that the life of the rolls can be extended.