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This study deals with “A Cross-Sectional Analysis on the Level of Critical Thinking Skills of Students in the College of Management and Technology at CEU Malolos”. Critical thinking is one of the 21st century education skills required in the tertiary level students and a particularly with high impact of importance in the field of education. Training skills related to critical thinking is so important that some scholars called it the main objective of university education and experience. Cross-sectional analysis will be used in the study to compare the critical thinking skills among students in the College of Management and Technology of Centro Escolar University in Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines. The sample and respondents of the study includes a total of 277 students from first year to fourth year enrolled in the different academic programs under the College of Management and Technology during the Academic Year 2013-2014. In determining the level of their Critical Thinking Skills
Objective: To assess the knowledge of health care professionals regarding medico-legal aspects and its negligence. Materials and Methods: This descriptive epidemiological study was conducted among two specialties of health professionals. The total study sample composed of 123 doctors out of which 68 were males and 55 were females. A self structured questionnaire was developed to assess the awareness of consumer protection art (CPA) and whether these professionals were following the medico-legal aspects. The SPSS software was applied for data analysis & student’s t-test ANOVA test were used as tests of significance.
The study was to investigate the effect of procurement regulations on the efficiency of procurement food in public secondary schools in Kenya. The quality of foodstuffs characterized procurement of food in this study. The research study aimed to establish the effects of procurement regulations on quality of foodstuffs in public secondary schools in Kenya. From 2006, all public institutions were required to adhere to the Public Procurement and Disposal Regulations which details the procedures to be followed. How this affected the procurement of foodstuffs in schools was not clear and this is what this study sought to find out .The study was conducted through descriptive research design. Purposive sampling was used to select the sample which consisted of a population of public secondary schools. The data was collected in the month of November 2013 using questionnaires. The respondents were 74 with each school producing 2 respondents; the principal and school accounts officer.
Multidiscipline coordination can be defined as a process of collaborating on a building project for the intended purpose of sharing quintessential interdisciplinary design information so that effective design can be developed and expensive rework can be eliminated. It is quite important that AEC professionals involved in the design development of different building disciplines work with same assumptions so that mistakes and confusions can be avoided. website: www.jbhtesla.com
The main purpose of this study is to examine the casual model and explain the relationship of opportunism, conflict, trust, commitment, satisfaction, and loyalty between hospitals and their suppliers. A survey is conducted of local community hospitals, regional hospitals and medical centers in Taiwan. Primary data is gathered using a questionnaire; this study investigates hospitals’ procurement staffs that are responsible for selecting medical device suppliers. The sample consists of 481 valid responses for applying structural equation modeling (SEM) in this research. The study confirms almost all hypothesized associations between the constructs examined, indicating that the supplier’s opportunistic behavior reduces trust and generates conflict. According to the significant mediation effect, showed that commitment plays a mediated role between trust and satisfaction, and satisfaction is a mediated factor to loyalty. Thereby displaying trust in addition to being an important factor in t
The study examined the cost and return of sheep fattening in Gombi Local Area of Adamawa State, it focus on profitability of the sheep fattening in the study area and factors militating against sheep in the sheep fattening in the area. Data were collected from a random sample of 90 sheep fatteners by means of snow ball sampling technique to which questionnaires were administered. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics to describe the constraint associated with sheep fattening and Gross Margin was used to determine the profitability of sheep fattening . The major problems facing the farmers include high cost of feeds, inadequate credit facilities, and high cost of medication. A policy and research emphasis should be geared toward feeds production at affordable price to the fatteners and fatteners should be educated on how to formulate local feeds to reduce cost and access to feeds for better efficiency
Abstract- This study examines the constraints and growth potentials of micro and small enterprises. To undertake this study primary data were collected through well-structured and self-administered questionnaire to a sample of 85 micro and small-scale enterprises operated in Mekelle City. In order to explore the relationship between the explanatory variables with the dependent variable different econometric models like multiple regression to examine the growth of MSEs is associated with diffrent constraints and logit model to analyzes how and to what extent the operators’ socio-economics characterstics affect the income growth potential of enterprises were applied. The study result indicated that micro and small enterprises employment growth was significantly affected by constraints like crrent capital, current employment level, start up employment level, access to business services, and by motivation of the enterprises. Moreover, age,sex, experience access to finance
A new nano ceramic materialBSFT was prepared via a conventional solid state reaction technique and UV-VIS analysis of the sample was carried to study the optical properties. The band gap energy of the sample shows marked variation in their values with the increase in temperature. Tunable band gaps can be obtained by varying annealing temperatures. An exponentially varying absorption edge was observed and explained in terms of the Urbach’s tail. The refractive index was calculated and the results obtained also showed a systematic variation with temperature. The EDX measurements confirmed the composition of the sample.
ABSTRACT: Micro and Small (MSEs) play an important economic role in many countries. In Kenya, for example the MSE sector contributes over 50 per cent of new jobs created but despite their significance. The purpose of this study was to determine the challenges facing Micro and Small Enterprises in accessing credit facilities in Kangemi Harambee Market in Nairobi City County, Kenya. The study used descriptive research design. The study targeted a sample of 241 from a target population of 656 MSEs located in Kangemi Harambee market. Stratified random sampling was utilized in selecting the respondents for the study. Primary data was collected from the study respondents using questionnaires which wereself-administered and others researcher administered. Data was analyzed descriptively and presented through figures, tables, percentages, bar charts, arithmetic means, standard deviations, pie charts and tabulation to show differences in frequencies.