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IJAREM: Volume 07 - No. 09, 2021


1. Implementation of Radar Gun to Know the Speed of Vehicles in Ethiopia
P. G. V. Suresh Kumar, Haftom G/Egziabiher, Kassaye Tilahun, Sisay Wayu
As the population is increasing day by day the utilization of technology is also increasing rapidly. So the people want to run the luxurious life by using the technology. So there is a competition between companies to release the high end technology products, competition between the users also. Humans to run their life smoothly and to run with this fast conditions they are using their own vehicles, and some people to run their life’s and some for the commercial purpose. So the utilization of vehicles has enhanced rapidly. So to run their life’s comfortable they are moving fast and some people for the enjoyment. So it is creating some problems to the environment. So to control them we have traffic system and traffic police. So here were introducing a new technology which should be useful know the speed of a vehicle. It should be implemented in any places where we want to know the speed of the moving vehicle. This instrument name is given as RADAR GUN.


2. Impact of Selected Yogic Practices in Enhancing the Kicking Ability among the Women Soccer Players
Dr. Jyoti. Awati, Dr. Rajkumar. P. Malipatil
The reason for the examination was to discover the impact of chosen yogic practices in upgrading the kicking capacity among the ladies soccer players. To accomplish the reason for the current investigation thirty ladies soccer players were chose haphazardly as subjects from Sri Sarada foundation. Their age went between 18 to 25 years. The subjects were to be treated under the planned preparing bundle to discover the preparation effects and results. They chose ladies soccer players went through twelve weeks of serious yogic preparing other than their customary games preparing. The kicking capacity was estimated previously, then after the fact the treatment by managing the Warner Test of Soccer Skills. The information were broke down by using 't' proportion for understanding. The planned preparing bundle was appropriate and had positive preparing effects on kicking capacity among the ladies soccer players.


3. Youth Empowerment through Participation in Community-Based Projects in Kenya: (A Case of Mombasa County)
Mbachio Mary Wambui, Dr. Johnbosco Kisimbii
Quite often youth are not listened to and treated as passive victims of circumstances in their transition to adult life. Since the implementation of affirmative action in support of the disadvantaged group; the youth, women, and persons with a disability, little has been seen to have benefited the group especially the youth as they are still seen leading a poverty life. Empowered youth tend to take risks, are free to innovate and ready to take up the responsibility of action taken without showing any form of cowardice syndrome. It is, for this reason, the study looked at youth empowerment through participation in the community- based projects in Kenya, a case for Mombasa County. Four objectives that were studied included; youth involvement in project monitoring and evaluation, youth involvement in decision making, youth and education as well as youth individual factors influencing their participation in community based projects. The study was justified because there has not been a previous study and documentation on youth empowerment through participation in community-based projects in the area of study. The study was guided by two theories; participatory communication theory and stakeholder theory. The relationship between the dependent and independent variables was conceptualized. The study adopted a descriptive research design and focused on 350 youths who are active in youth registered groups by the ministry of social services as its target population. Purposive sampling technique was used to select the officials of the group while simple random sampling was used to select 30 percent that is 105 of the youth who participated in the study. The study used both primary and secondary data. Secondary data was obtained from existing literature while primary data was collected using the questionnaires. The study was expected to shed light on the importance of youth empowerment through participation to encourage them to take part in projects within their communities to improve their livelihoods. Additionally, it was established that there was a significant relationship between all the four independent variables with the dependent variable with p values of r = 0.510; p < 0.05, r = 0.546; p <0.05 , r = 0.369; p < 0.05 and r = 0.334; p < 0.05 for youth participation in Project monitoring and evaluation, Youth education, Youth and decision making , Individual factors among the youth respectively. All the four hypotheses tested in the study were therefore not rejected.


4. Willingness of Rural Consumers to Pay for Green FMCG Products: A Study on Bhiwani District
Srishti, Dr. Sunita Bhartwal
In the recent years, change in climate, excessive utilization of natural resources, air pollution and ozone depletion are found to be the main environment problems which causes an adverse effect on health of human being. Urbanization, industrialization and unplanned economic development are also associated with deterioration of environment. The deterioration of environment has very negative effect on the health. The problem requires the solution on urgent basis. Going green or marketing of green products is one of the solutions for dealing with the problem of deterioration of environment. Consumers’ positive attitude towards green products has made them to pay higher prices for the purchase of green products. Although many consumers are still unwilling to pay higher price for the purchase of green products. So this study is carried out with an objective to find out the willingness of rural consumers to pay for green FMCG products. For this purpose responses were collected from 100 rural consumers and these responses were analyzed by applying frequency distribution technique of SPSS. It was found in this study that 53%respondents are still unwilling or less willing regarding spending extra amount on purchase of green FMCG products, regarding paying extra amount for eco-friendly packaging of products, regarding paying higher prices and higher taxes on green FMCG products for protecting the environment and contributing towards sustainability of environment and regarding buying green FMCG products with the fact that green products are more costly than non-green products. While 47% respondents are willing regarding spending extra amount on purchase of green FMCG products, regarding paying extra amount for eco-friendly packaging of products, regarding paying higher prices and higher taxes on green FMCG products for protecting the environment and contributing towards sustainability of environment and regarding buying green FMCG products with the fact that green products are more costly than non-green products.


5. Cloud ERP and Its Effect on Organizational Performance
Idoko John
Cloud-based ERPs have become a game-changer for a lot of organizations all over the world due to their many benefits. Cloud-based ERPs help organizations run their business better, improving efficiency, providing accuracy in reporting, and improved customer and supplier relationships. Hence the need for adopting cloud ERPs has emerged. The study aimed to examine the effect of cloud ERPs on organizational performance.
The study was conducted in some selected medium enterprises in Lagos State. A total of 120 questionnaires were randomly distributed among the selected medium enterprises. One hundred and seven (107) questionnaires were retrieved representing 89.2%response rate. The result of the reliability analysis, analyzed using Cronbach’s Alpha ranged from 0.821 to 0.943 and the data used were also validate using KMO and Bartlett test showing p < 0.05. The dataset was analyzed using descriptive and inferential (multiple regression) statistics.
The result of model 1 showed a significant effect of cloud ERPs on service quality (AdjR2 = 0.724; F-Statistics (3, 103) = 41.87; P-value = 0.000); Model 2 revealed a significant effect of cloud ERPs on competitive advantage (AdjR2 =0.616; F-Statistics (3, 103) = 49.32; P-value = 0.000), and Model 3 found that firm size has a moderating effect on the relationship between cloud ERPs and organizational performance (AdjR2 = 0.818; F-Statistics (4, 102) = 52.98; P-value = 0.000) of the selected companies in Nigeria.
The study concluded that cloud ERPs have a significant effect on service quality, competitive advantage, and organizational performance. The study, therefore, recommended that all organizations should adopt the use of cloud ERPs and every challenge inhibiting the adoption of cloud ERPs should be solved as it increases and have a significant effect on the performance of the organization.


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