Indian Journal of Management and Language

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Yessenia Vargas Bernal olivia, Benjamin Valdez Salas, Mónica Carrillo Beltrán, Aida Lopez Guerrero, Luz Del Consuelo Olivares Fong
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 45-51; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2017.101221

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This work describes an analysis of the implementation of quality methodologies that generated an improvement in the research, development and teaching activities of the Engineering Institute of Autonomous University of Baja California (EI-AUBC), located in the city of Mexicali. These methodologies are widely used in the industrial sector to prevent accidents, reduce waste, and eliminate rework and to training of workers in any area in the industries. Only that its applications are very little known in the Laboratories of Higher Education Institutions (LHEI) of the Mexican Republic. With this scientific study the results of the investigation activities were more reliability to be take adequate decisions and were made functions with more security taking care of health of researchers and students. The investigation was made in 2019.
Shyamala D.
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2002.101221

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Our nation has the longest written constitution but the implementation of the Local Governance has been transferred and their efficiency has properly monitored or rectified by the state and central government. This is conceptual research has been done in the implementation process. This research mainly focused on quality of life. The Lack of Implementation process is connected with resource exploitation. Resource exploitation has two type’s human resource exploitation and natural resource exploitation. The directly three systems are connected with sustainable development but overall development left without because of bureaucratic, social leaders, and Knowledgeable people this research is not critical research but this research has a starting point for many reformations. This concept has defined implementation process is not based on rule of law it should be considered by social issues and clearly instructing for the proper implementation process and reduce the level exploitation and monitoring the unethical professionals and their rectification processing time will be less. This concept has separated no proper implementation process and improper implementation and analyzing the important factors for the proper implementation process. The factors like misuse of power and inefficiency should not affect the proper implementation process. The result of the lack of implementation process is organized resource exploitation. This plan will reduce the worst handling of decentralization process may be a strong reason for the lack of implementation process will directly connect with the organized resource exploitation. This research focusing on the efficiency and equity of the governance strongly insisted people should train by the local governance free from favoritism, partial’s and nepotism, this plan has look into transforming the local governance. It will solve prolonging and procrastination in their issues It will reduce the organized crime result of lack of implementation process. Identify the exploiter or victim. The idea will combine the education system Social system and governance syste into one roof. To analyze all type of social issues and protect the weaker section.
Jitendra Prasad Upadhyay
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 52-56; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2007.101221

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Background: Educational institutions set up a reward management system with the hope that it makes the employees perform their activities to the satisfaction of all concerned stakeholders. However, there are many contradictions and complaints about the performance of employees in colleges, compelling the undertaking the studies. Objectives: This study aims to examine the impact of reward management strategies on employee satisfaction in colleges of Kathmandu valley. Methods: This paper uses a questionnaire survey method of 300 respondents of different 30 colleges/campuses of Kathmandu valley and descriptive statistics and multiple regression models are used to analyze the data. Results: The beta coefficients are positive and significant for promotion, compensation, recognition, learning opportunities, and career development opportunity with employee satisfaction which indicates these variables have a positive impact on employee satisfaction. Conclusion: It is found that reward management is positively related to employee satisfaction and it is a powerful motivational factor that leads to job satisfaction. Implications: College management including universities may focus on identifying better reward management strategies to motivate the employees to enhance better productivity.
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 57-62; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2029.101221

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From its origins in the 18th century, the Indian banking sector has come a long way. The financial revolution resulted in the introduction of ATMs, debit and credit cards, NEFT, RTGS, and internet banking, among other things. However, technological developments around the world have put pressure on the banking sector to use better technology. This paper focuses on Uttarakhand Gramin Banks’ innovative banking services and its efforts made in uplifting the rural economy in Dehradun region of Uttarakhand. The study aims to investigate the effect of emerging technology on rural customer’s satisfaction level and the growth of the rural economy in the Dehradun area. Primary data was collected from the banks' customers and analyzed, yielding substantial results on the subject. The result shows that customers are not satisfied to an extent with the services of this bank and its efforts in enhancing the rural economy .The rural banks needs to enhance its services in terms of quality and provide effective banking services for rural development.
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 29-36; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2005.101221

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Respirable dust is everywhere (in the surface and underground mine) operations and its environs. Ririwai Tin mine is laden with dust of metallic particles of Arsenic (As), Chromium (Cr), Lead (Pb) and Zinc (Zn). These particles are also found in the soil. Continuous inhalation of dust could lead to irreversible diseases. This paper addresses the control of dust, using previous review of prevailing metallic concentrates. This research answers questions like which are the dust control strategies to be adopted by Ririwai tin mine to obtain best practice? What challenges will Ririwai tin mine face when applying dust control methods in their operation? What is the impact of dust laden with metallic particles on soil, water, vegetation and man in Ririwai tin mine?
Yakubu Adamu Babayo, , Qs Adamu Abdulkadir Maigana,
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 37-44; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2013.101221

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The main purpose of this study was to determined competency training needs of polytechnic Pre-service technicians for diagnosis and repairs of modern automobiles in NorthEastern Nigeria. The study sought to answer two research questions using Competency Outcome Performance Assessment (COPA) model framework. It is paramount importance to note that competency training needs of diagnosis and repairs of modern cars requires practical and effective training skills to be able to adequately repair them. A descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. The population for the study was made up of 384 technicians in automotive technology in the NBTE accredited polytechnics in Northern Nigeria. Out of 384 a sample of 192 was randomly selected for the study. The questionnaire consisted of 192 tasks on diagnosis and repairs skills needed, developed with reference to curriculum of National Automobile Technician Education (NATE) and National Vocational Certificate in Automotive / Mechatronics approved by National Board for Technical Education. The questionnaire was divided into two sections: A & B, (see Appendix I). Section A contains items designed to obtain personal information of the respondents, while section B is divided into four sub-sections (I, II, III & IV). The instrument was developed using COPA Model structure, adapted from Lenburge et al (2009). A four-point rating scale ranges from Highly Needed (HN) = 4, Needed (N) = 3, Moderately Needed (MN) = 2, Least Needed (LN) = 1 was employed in sub-section I, while four-point rating scaled ranges from most relevant (4), highly relevant (3), moderately relevant (2) and less relevant. A reliability test of the instrument was also conducted and analyzed using Cronbach Alpha coefficient method and yielded an overall reliability coefficient of 0.80. Data generated from the use of the questionnaire was analyzed with Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 23rd version software using mean and standard deviation to answer the research questions. Findings revealed relevant interactive strategies needed in the training of polytechnic Pre-service Technicians in diagnosis and repairs of modern Automobiles. Based on the findings of the study, appropriate recommendations were made, among which is, that the identified modern technology skills should be integrated into the curriculum of Automotive Technology programme in Nigerian polytechnic. Identified interactive skills will help lecturers in developing lesson plan using the competencies that are essentially needed by Pre-service automotive technicians in order for them to prepare on how to teach them appropriately.
, Adeosun T.A.
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 15-28; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2004.101221

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Environmental degradation of the oil-rich niger delta region has been wanton and continuous with dire health, social and economic consequences for its peoples, for over three decades. Oil exploration and exploitation is very lucrative, and a major revenue earner in nigeria. But, like most industrial activities, it produces environmental hazards that are “slow poisons,” in that they often take months and years to cause disease and death. This is unlike the contamination of water, food, and the environment with micro-organisms, which immediately results in ill health. The covert and slow action of the hazards created by oil exploration and exploitation make it difficult to fully appreciate their contribution to the disease burden in nigeria, especially in the oil-bearing communities, even with the emergence of non-communicable diseases as major causes of ill health in nigeria. This paper addresses questions like: what challenges and impact will ogoniland face concerning spillage of oil and other wastes on its environment (water, vegetation, aquatic lifes, people and socio-economic lifes? Which are the spillage control measures to be adopted in ogoniland to obtain best production culture and consideration? It discusses the trend of oil spillage problem and possible antidote to it in the niger delta part of nigeria.
, Enitan C.S.A., Eniola C.S.A.
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 4-14; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2003.101221

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Operations of mining are large industrial scale in nature, with significant environmental impacts. The mining industry generates and produces wastes containing high concentrations of metals and metalloids which are highly toxic and destructive to the immediate landscape and environment. In addition, the continued use of the traditional methods of mining intensifies the emission of toxic and products that are not friendly to the ecosystem.. Even regulated and controlled mining sites release toxins into the surrounding environment. While mining has prospects and benefits to the economy, both in terms of its own economic impact and the value to other industries of its product, it almost always has adverse environmental impacts and eventually health impacts. There are numerous ways in which mines impact the health of nearby environments and local communities. Mining involves some generally standard processes and practices. This paper considers the effects and harm done to living things around the mine location. By understanding mining’s threats to health and long-term well-being and by taking precautions to reduce harm in all mines, miners and other people in mining communities can better protect their health and improve their lives. This research will address questions like: which are the toxic substances causing health problems in Maiganga Coal Mine? What is the challenging impact of toxic substances in Maiganga coal Mine?
Princewill I. Egwuasi, Emem E. Umoren, Husseina K. Wakili, Rebecca J. Akpabio
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 63-68; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2008.101221

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The constant outcry of misuse and mismanagement of funds in governmental organisations have given concern to several researches, debates and blame games. Our focus in this qualitative study is to interpretively examine the extent of internal security and management measures that are explorable in curtailing the inability to recover dues and third party loans in an IPPIS challenge-prone era among unions and cooperative societies in tertiary institutions in Nigeria, the University of Uyo, Uyo being our focus point. The study is an interpretive research that employed semi-structured interviews for the chairpersons of ASUU, SSANU, NASU and NAAT and the presidents of cooperative societies run by the unions in a federal university such as ours. These chairpersons and presidents were purposively selected for the study. Three research questions were raised to guide the study: What internal security measures are put in place by the unions to ensure recovery of dues and third party loans from debtors? How do the cooperative societies manage their funds and recover dues and third party loans during the IPPIS era? What relationship exists between the unions, cooperative societies and IPPIS office for dues and third party loans recovery? The findings of the study showed that there is no full proof of internal security measures put in place to recover dues and third party loans; that committees are set up in the cooperative societies to manage their funds through several management strategies; there is no clear relationship between the Unions, cooperative societies and IPPIS Office to aid in the recovery of dues and third party loans in the university. The study recommended among others that the IPPIS should be transparent enough to abide by the laws of its establishment in order not to under mind its primary functions of deduction and remittance of dues and third party loans to beneficiaries.
Uwadia E.F, Usman D.D.M, Amiebenomo M.I., Sumanu S.O.
Indian Journal of Management and Language, Volume 1, pp 69-74; https://doi.org/10.35940/ijml.b2034.101221

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The study assessed the prospects of the Quantity Surveying profession in Nigeria. The study identified and evaluated the level of performance of the identified functions performed by the quantity surveyors in the Nigerian Construction industry. The study reveals that there is a high level of performance of the basic functions of the quantity surveyors which include feasibility and viability studies, contract documentation, life cycle costing, preliminary cost advice, etc. The study also examined the factors militating against the effective performance of the quantity surveyor’s functions in the Nigerian Construction industry. The study identified and presented some possible factors militating against the performance of Quantity Surveying functions and some anticipated measures to enhance the quantity Surveying profession for evaluation by the respondents using structured questionnaires. The data collected were analyzed with SPSS version 23 using frequencies and mean item scores. The study revealed some major factors militating against the effective performance of the quantity surveying profession in the Nigerian Construction industry like widespread corruption in Nigeria with a mean score of 4.53, obsolete curriculum and inadequacy in modern equipment with a mean score of 4.41, professional rivalry from kindred profession with a mean score of 4.35, level of adoption of UT with mean a score of 4.32, and inadequacies in academic and professional training with a mean score of 4.18 among others. The study equally revealed some important measures requiring implementation to enhance the quantity of Surveying profession in Nigeria like a clear delineation in professional functions in the construction industry to curb professional rivalry with a mean score of 4.35, reviewing the curriculum of Tertiary Institutions with a mean score of 4.24, improving professional skills through continuing professional development with a mean score of 4.15, improving technological applications in the execution of Quantity Surveying functions with a mean score of 3.91 and professional certification in specialized areas with a mean score of 3.85.
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