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Keynote Speakers / Biography



Mr. Manish Advani

TEDx Speaker, Start-up Advisor,

MIMO POTENTIO,

Maharashtra

Biography:

Scott works primarily with boards, CEOs, private equity, and senior leaders and a particular emphasis on industrial companies/business units with annual sales of $150 million to $2 billion USD to impact sustainable growth and profitability opportunities. Scott is a trusted advisor and counselor with a senior global perspective and a long-term view. Non-Executive Director, Specialized in Digital Transformation and Corporate Venture Capital Post-graduate Certificate in Finance from London Business School, MBA from the internationally recognized CIMBA Italy program jointly with the University of Kansas (USA). Bcom in Entrepreneurial Management from Royal Roads University (Canada) and the 2020 INSEAD certification “Leading in a Transforming World.”



Prof.(Dr) Raj Kumar Singh

Chairperson, Centre For Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Skill Development of SMS Varanasi, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University,

Lucknow , India

Biography:

Scott works primarily with boards, CEOs, private equity, and senior leaders and a particular emphasis on industrial companies/business units with annual sales of $150 million to $2 billion USD to impact sustainable growth and profitability opportunities. Scott is a trusted advisor and counselor with a senior global perspective and a long-term view. Non-Executive Director, Specialized in Digital Transformation and Corporate Venture Capital Post-graduate Certificate in Finance from London Business School, MBA from the internationally recognized CIMBA Italy program jointly with the University of Kansas (USA). Bcom in Entrepreneurial Management from Royal Roads University (Canada) and the 2020 INSEAD certification “Leading in a Transforming World.”



Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Nandkeolyar

Co- Chancellor at Commonwealth University,

Advisory Board Member at QNext Global Certification Pune,Maharashtra, India.

Biography:

An alumnus of Asian Institute of Management Manila Philippines, this is Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Nandkeolyar, a Management post graduate, specialized in Marketing and Strategic Planning &am a B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry from University of Rajasthan. He has a Doctoral degree from Thapar University, Patiala, India. The topic of his thesis was “Marketing Strategies and Business Planning Amongst Small And Medium Enterprises in This Era of Globalization with Special Reference to Automotive Sector” Beginning November 15, 1976, he has had varied hands-on, bottom-up combined professional experience of over 45 years in the field in Industry, Entrepreneurial venture, Consulting, Research, Training and Teaching. My exposure has been in both domestic and international professional environments – having been a Manager and various level for over 38 years of which 31 have been at the Senior/Top Levels. I have been deeply involved in career planning and development of my teammates, in a variety of cross functional and multi- racial workforce, both within India and abroad as the key factor in ensuring organizational success. It may be pertinent to add in his working career after 1984 that he has always been a part of the core teams that contributed to turning around organizations either as a direct employee of a Company or as a business consultant to for-profit/not-for-profit Organizations. Besides actively being involved in Research, Training, Coaching, Mentoring and Consulting activities in the SMEs and Start up space, he has teaching and training experience of over 16 years in a variety of B-Schools across the country and abroad holding several leadership roles. His areas of interest are Entrepreneurship and SMEs Development, Business Strategy, Marketing, Retailing, RuralMarketing, Service Marketing and Branding.



Dr. Ipseeta Nanda

Dean, Faculty of Information Technology

Gopal Narayan Singh University, Jamuhar, Rohtas , Bihar,India

Biography:

Dr.Ipseeta Nanda did her doctorate from CAPGS, Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, India. Her area of research is System on Chips Design, Internet of Things. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Automation Design, Data Science etc. She has published many indexed papers in Journals and in International conferences. She holds many patents. Ipseeta Nanda completed her MTech from Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India in 2010 in Electronics and Telecommunication, with specialization in Communication System. She has 14+ years of experience in teaching in many Engineering Institutes like Silicon Institute of Technology, Sambalpur, Odisha, India, NIIT University, Neemrana, Rajasthan, India. She has worked as a Research Assistant in the Dept. of Microelectronics & Embedded System at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand in the year 2016. She has received two Best Paper Award in the field of research work one at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and other one at Pune, Maharashtra, India. She is acting as Reviewer, Editor in many International Journals, Plenary speaker, Invited Speaker, Guest of Honor etc. in many International Conferences and Workshop. She is also acting as reviewer in Wiley Publication Books for Internet of Things. On 18th January 2020 she was awarded by IIWA-2020 with Best Women Performer of the Year 2020 by GISR Foundation at Noida, India. She also received Young Professor of the Year 2021 as well as Outstanding Researcher Award 2021. She was also honored by South Central Railway Women Union, Vijayawada on Women’s day 8th March 2020. She is having 11 Patent Granted and 2 National Patent Published. She received outstanding Researcher Award, IARE 2021. Here name is also added in top 100 professors by India Prime. Presently she is presently working as Dean Information Technology, Associate Professor in Faculty of Information Technology, Gopal Narayan Singh University, Jamuhar, Sasaram, Bihar. She also acted as Director Curriculum Design in Innogurus customized learning solutions.



Dr. Manju Gupta

Director strategic management, Mangalmay Group of Institutions and Managing Director Porteight pvt ltd

Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh , India

Biography:

Dr. Manju Gupta, PhD is an Academician, Innovator, Mentor, Influencer & Entreprenuer. She is currently holding the position of Director Strategic Management, Mangalmay Group of Institutions, Managing Director- Porteight private Ltd & Head Strategic initiatives-ecompworld , She is the Chairperson of Center of Excellence for Innovation & skill development, she is member of various Academic advisory Cell, Chief Editor, of an international Journal she has Over 22 years of rich multi-cultural experience with Education Industry having Strong credentials in rolling out innovative Teaching Methods, Online Trainings, Business strategies, Operational excellence across diverse functional disciplines. She is the Receiptant of various award as well as the prestigious ‘Power Women Award’ (World Book of Records, London, 2021), ‘Best Employee award”, Certificate of Honour from Karnataka Book of Records, Excellence award in the field of education by CII News. She has been Invited as a speaker in Edtech Congress, Global Guru Conclave, World Education Summit and many more of repute. She is Offering performance driven leadership and Training experience in the areas of Leadership, IT Operations, Business creation, build Strategic Alliances, Digital Marketing, Artificial Intelligence, Design Thinking, Robotics Process Automation and IT Technologies and Advanced Excel Modelling. She is mentor to various projects including imsspectrum.com, edupedias.com, Portrait.io giving performance driven training to Ghana professional for IT empowerment.

Registered Abstract/ Full Paper

Rishabh Agarwal

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Use of Machine Learning for Digital Manufacturing – Demonstration on an Industrial Use Case

University: ABB India

Abstract:

In Engineer to order (ETO) business, on-time project execution is a complex endeavour. This complexity is multiplied by customized engineering drawings, delay in customer approvals, heavy document and change management and mainly due to the participation of multiple stakeholders. This introduces high level of uncertainty during execution and impacts total throughput time (TTPT) and on time delivery (OTD) often resulting in lower inventory turnover ratio (ITR). The major factors contributing to uncertainty comprise type and rating of products, components used, order type, customer segments, resources involved, suppliers, production lines, contract terms and conditions, etc. Moreover, these factors have different impact across different phases of order management from marketing till dispatch. In this study, a Machine Learning based model is used considering more than 40 variables, both numeric and textual, spanning all the manufacturing phases. As a first step, the key driver analysis determined the likelihood of the delay with certain sales channel, component type, product variant, complexity of job, number of panels, and sales & project engineer levels. This is followed by developing a Supervised Learning Algorithms which identified the clusters based on order specifications and associated propensity of delay in servicing the orders. The accuracy of the models varied from 73 to 77%. These preliminary findings are not only promising to establish confirmation on some of the intuitive findings, but these also help in initiating operation excellence projects on many other important but non-intuitive findings.


Biography:

Rishabh is a Senior Data Scientist working with ABB India. He holds a master’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from IIT Kharagpur. With over 3 years of experience in the field of Advanced Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. He has worked in multiple domains, such as Supply Chain, Marketing, Sales and Customer Analytics. With a keen interest in application of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing he hopes to tackle challenging problems facing the industry.


Victor Cajala

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: Communication Barriers in Instructional Delivery as Experienced by AIMS Students in an Online Pedagogical Environment: An Exploratory Sequential Approach

University: Asian Institute of Maritime Studies
Country: : Philippines

Abstract:

With the continuous evolution of the computer and internet in the late 20th century (Gogos, 2013), eLearning tools and delivery methods have expanded making it easier for people to learn at home. Seeing its potential as an alternative learning modality, universities and colleges all over the world have taken opportunity of online learning as another mode of instruction. However, this did not come handy to its stakeholders as online learning is also replete with problems. Much to its inherent perplexities, the communication barrier between a teacher and its respective students is one of the prevailing gaps that seem to mostly affect the efficient learning of students. This directed the proponent to explore and focus on the aspects that hinder the effective communication of both the teacher and students in a virtual classroom. Contextualized under the instructional delivery continuum, the researcher analyzed the communication barriers inherent in a virtual classroom utilizing the exploratory sequential mixed-method (ESMM) approach. Underscoring experiences of learners from Asian Institute of Maritime Studies (AIMS), qualitative data was initially gathered from 6 conveniently sampled students through a focus group discussion (FGD). Constant comparative method (CCM) was used in analyzing the data. Four themes emerged on this phase: 1) Lecture/Lesson Proper Problems (LLPP); 2) Assessment Instructional/Material Problems (AIMP); 3) Technology/Software-Related Problems (TSRP); and, 4) Technology Incapacity Problems (TIP). Using the qualitative results as theme constructs in developing the 37-item survey questionnaire, the quantitative phase explored further the communication barriers experienced by a cross-sectional sample of 318 AIMS Photograph Organization Logo students. Employing a 4-point Likert scale (1=Strongly Disagree; and, 4=Strongly Agree), mean data revealed the following results: TSRP earned the highest communication barrier problem (M=2.93); followed by LLPP (M=2.89); then AIMP (M=2.73); and, TIP (M=2.41). Based on the results, the respondents expressed two major communication barriers in the instructional delivery of lessons and materials in an online modality. These are online teaching management and technological efficiency. A virtual classroom communication management plan especially anchoring on the two major communication barriers was proposed to be developed.


Biography:

Fondly called “Vic”, Victor Mislang Cajala was born on June 13, 1967 in San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines. He was a consistent honor student during his elementary years. In college, he took up Bachelor of Arts in Communication program where he became a college scholar of the Rotary Club of Metro San Fernando, La Union. Concurrently, he was also the President of the Rotaract Club for SY1999-2000 of his college alma mater, the National College of Science and Technology (NCST). He also received several co-curricular awards such as the Winner of the Prepared Speech Contest of the Rotary Club in 2000 and the Quiz Bee Champion at NCST in 1999. To complete his tertiary degree, he undergone a 3-month television production internship program at ABS-CBN Broadcasting Network. The professional career of Mr. Cajala began in 2000 as a Research and Production Coordinator at Asia Production Services Philippines, Inc., a Philippine-based production that extends logistical and talent requirement services to various Japan-based television networks and productions. In 2007, he heeded the call to teach. Hence, he started a career in teaching as a Communication Faculty at Olivarez College (OC) in Paranaque City. This spearheaded his love for research through handling communication research. After one semester, he became the Department Head of the Mass Communication Department and as Publication Head of the school paper. During his stint at OC, he was awarded 2nd and 4th Places consecutively in 2 years for his “Outstanding Performance in Teaching”. In 2010, he continued his academic profession as an English and Research Faculty at Asian Institute of Maritime Studies (AIMS) in Pasay City. While teaching at AIMS, he started taking his Master of Development Communication degree at the University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU) and finished the program in 2015. With his noticeable performance in research, he was assigned as Research Coordinator, and later on as Research Head at AIMS. Inspired by his continuous growth in research, he decided to elevate his education by taking a Doctor of Communication degree at UPOU. This educational endeavor was realized through an award of full doctoral scholarship from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Presently, he is now the Dean of the Office of Research and Extension (ORE) and concurrently the Head of the Research Development Office (RDO). At present, the academic career of Mr. Cajala was highlighted with numerous research productions and accomplishments. First, he was able to produce 3 academic research papers (college, masters and doctoral) as well as 2 institutional research papers and another 2 on-going proposal papers all under AIMS. One of these papers was presented at the “2nd Asian Conference on Interdisciplinary Research 2018” in Siem Reap, Cambodia. In 2014, he also published 1 thesis writing module and 2 volumes of research journal entitled “Benchmark” all again for AIMS. Another 3 volumes are on its way for publication this 2021. Another highlight was his present collaborative research with the University of the Philippines’ National Engineering Center under the project entitled “Development of an Integrated Mapping, Monitoring and Analytical Network System for Manila Bay and Linked Environments”. This joint research project generally aims to protect the water quality of Manila Bay.


Branckly egbert picanussa

Paper Title:
The New Construction of Maluku Horizontal Bamboo Flute: 9 Finger Holes

University: Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Ambon
Country: Indonesia

Abstract:

Horizontal bamboo flute, consists of 1 blowing hole and 6 finger holes, is one of traditional musical instruments which distinguishes the horizontal Maluku bamboo flute from the bamboo flute in the world. This research shows a horizontal bamboo flute with 1 blowing hole and 9 finger holes in the key of F can produces tones clearly, including E flat, B flat, and F sharp. This flute, which can be used to play 4 keys, namely do = F, do = G, do = B Flat, and do = C, is one of the distinctiveness of the Maluku culture in art of music.


Biography:

Branckly Egbert Picanussa was graduated of Bachelor of Science (Theology) at Universitas Kristen Indonesia Maluku (1998), Master of Theology in Liturgy and Music at Asian Institut for Liturgy and Music – Philippines (2002), and Doctor Theology at Jakarta Theological Seminary (2014). Since 2000 teach at Institut Agama Kristen Negeri (IAKN) Ambon (before 2018 this institut was Sekolah Tinggi Agama Kristen Negeri Ambon) in some subjects, like introduction to church music, choral conducting, church music philosopy, music and worship, music creation.


Michael Ge-Ray H. Punzalan, RN, MD,

Paper Title:
The Effects of Spirituality on the Quality of Life Among Cancer Patients enrolled in the Out Patient Chemotherapy Clinic

Designation: Research Scholar
Department : Civil Engineering
University: Jose B. Lingad Memorial General Hospital
Country: Philippines

Abstract:

The aim of the study is to determine the effects of spirituality and the quality of life among patients enrolled in the outpatient chemotherapy clinic. To determine if there is a significant relationship between the spirituality and the quality of life among cancer patients. An analytical cross-sectional study was used in the study wherein 105 cancer patients were given questionnaires about Spirituality by Hardt and UP-DOH Quality of Life Scale for Cancer Patients (UP-DOH QOL-CA). Pearson’s correlation coefficient/Spearman rho computed on the relationship between the dimensions of spirituality and subscales of the quality of life among cancer patients. Over-all QOLs were noted high, however the cognitive status of the patients the result showed moderate QOLs. Cancer patients with higher levels of spirituality as to mindfulness and feeling of security had better QOL in terms of emotional wellbeing and social status. Cancer patients who are enrolled in the out patient chemotherapy clinic were able to coped up with the adverse effects of chemotherapy treatment despite the disease process. Spiritual care should be included as one of the non-pharmacological modalites in the comprehensive management of cancer patients in order to improve the over-all well being, healthcare outcomes and quality of life of patients and their families.


Biography:

Michael Ge-Ray H. Punzalan, RN, MD is a third year Internal Medicine resident at Jose B. Lingad Memorial General Hospital. Paulo B. Tioleco, MD, FPCP, FPSMO and Noel S. Chua, MD. FPCP, FPSMO are currently Medical Specialists and Adult Medical Oncologists at Jose B. Lingad Memorial General Hospital.


Jose yvan vargas bourguet

Paper Title:
DOCTOR BONE 1.0: DIDACTIC MATERIAL FOR LEARNING METHODS FOR ESTIMATING BIOLOGICAL SEX IN ANTHROPOLOGY

University: UNIVERSIDAD PERUANA UNION
Country: Peru

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The objective of this research work was to determine the level of effectiveness of theapplication of the Doctor Bone 1.0 didactic material for learning biological sex estimationmethods in undergraduate students of the professional career of Anthropology at a publicuniversity in Peru. The type of research was applied for its purpose, experimental level and quasi-experimental design. The population consisted of 42 students enrolled in the subject of Forensic Anthropology I, of which 21 students from Room "A" were our experimental group and 21 students from Room "B" were our control group. To collect the information, the evaluation technique was used and as an instrument we resorted to the pedagogical test, which passed the process of validity and reliability through expert judgment. The resulting data was processed in the statistical program Microsoft Excel and SPSS in its latest version. The results showed that the level of effectiveness of the application of the Doctor Bone 1.0 didactic material was significant for the learning of biological sex estimation methods in undergraduate studentsof the professional career of Anthropology at a public university in Peru ; In the same way, transversal skills such as teamwork and design of strategies for problem solving were compromised. Finally, we conclude that our didactic material contributed to generate a differentiating element in the learning process, as well as to consolidate a new innovative and enriching pedagogical experience.


Edgar Luis MartinezHuaman

Paper Title: A Deep Transfer Learning-Based Approach to Detect Skin Diseases

Department : Computer Science and Engineering
University: José María Arguedas National University
Country: Peru

Abstract:

The introduction of new technological tools in learning processes has configured a new teaching scenario in academic spaces at the university. The aim of this study was to reveal the significance of the digital context in the new university teaching role in post-COVID time. The research had a qualitative approach through the interpretive phenomenological method and the technique used was the semi-structured interview applied to professors in engineering programs from Peruvian universities. The methodological procedure was the organization of data through content analysis, emerging validated categories through triangulation process, reflecting the phenomenological reduction. The results showed five categories which were: accelerated evolution of the teaching function, technological impact on new teaching role, new learning scenarios, transition of educational paradigms and adaptable educational systems. So, it is concluded that educational systems are adaptable in the transition of educational paradigms where the professor showed the effectiveness of learning solutions with expeditious interventions and interactions to facilitate distance learning in a digital context where the pandemic has modified the new teaching role.


Husna Lumapenet

Paper Title:
Effectiveness of Self-Learning Modules on Students’ Learning in English Amidst Pandemic

University: Cotabato Foundation College of Science and Technology
Country: Philippines

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The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of self-learning modules on the students’ learning in English amidst pandemic. This study used the quantitative research which employed a quasi-experimental research design to determine the effectiveness of the self-learning modules on the students learning in English. The study was conducted among 100 Grade 10 secondary students in English. A pre-test and post-test designs were administered by a teacher to identify how effective is the self-learning modules of the Department of Education. One (1) professional public secondary school teacher was approached to request his voluntary participation through convenience sampling. The findings of the study pointed out that the students’ performance and achievement have improved with the modular learning approach. The result simply means that the self- learning modules can be effective in teaching English in times of the pandemic. The utilization of modules has significantly improved the test scores of the students in English. Thus, the Department of Education may continue implementing the modular delivery of instruction for the continuity of students’ learning in times of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Jonathan H Marquez PhD

Paper Title:
Leadership and Supervisory Skills and Change Management Practices Among School Heads :Basis for Strategic Plan Model

University: City Schools Division of Cabuyao
Country: Philippines

Abstract:

Educational leaders have an important role in the classroom. Principals' actions, such as directing, supervising, managing, communicating and mobilizing resources for school-based training and professional development programs, can support or disrupt the transformation process. The study aimed to investigate the relationship among public elementary school heads' styles of leadership, supervisory skills, and change management approaches as witnessed by teachers and school heads themselves in the City Schools Division of Cabuyao where findings of the study lead to the development of strategic plan model geared towards the improvement of school governance in public schools. A total of 12 school heads and 228 teachers took part in the study, which used a sequential- exploratory mixed technique. The data collected in the study was interpreted using the weighted mean, Pearson R, and T-test. As there is no statistically significant association between school leaders' leadership styles, supervisory skills, and change management techniques as reported by teachers and school heads, several themes were produced as the foundations of strategic plan model for elementary school heads. Photograph Organization Logo


Biography:

Jonathan H. Marquez is a resident of San Isidro ,Cabuyao City, Laguna . He was born on December 10,1972. He finished Doctor of Philosophy major in Educational Management at the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA ,Philippines in 2020 . He has worked as Education Program Supervisor in English since 2017 up to present at City Schools Division of Cabuyao , Laguna . His functions include management of curriculum , provision of technical assistance with the school heads , initiating professional development program among teachers, and assisting the top management in the implementation of K to 12 program. His dissertation research focused on identifying leadership and supervisory skills in embracing change management practices and designing strategic plan model to improve public school governance.


Lenggogenil

Paper Title:
The Impact of Green Intangible Asset, State Equity Participation on Indonesia Performance

University: Indonesia National Research and Inovation Agency
Country: Indonesia

Abstract:

The contribution of SOEs to the state has not been optimal and is even decreasing. BUMN revenues have decreased in the last 5 years. Therefore, the Government seeks to improve the company’s performance by providing State Equity Participation which is expected to increase the company’s performance. In response to increasing environmental concerns, SOEs incorporate sustainability into their corporate strategy – namely green assets , green intangible asset to survive and reduce harmful effects on the environment. The unit of analysis is BUMN that received PMN from 2017-2020. Using secondary data and data processing using LISREL, Sequential Equation Model. This research isdescriptive and explanatory. Hypothesis: 1. Green Intangible Assets affect Company Performance 2. State Equity Participation affects the performance of state-owned companies. 3, Green Intangible Assets affect the performance of SOEs. 4. Performance SOE’s affect Competitive Advantage


Negin bavili

Paper Title:
DETORIATION of IRAN’s POLICIES TOWARDS AFGHAN ASYLUM SEEKERS

University: Ankara University
Country: Turkey

Abstract:

It is more than fifty years that Afghans wander in different countries because of lack of security in their hometown. Recently, Taliban's takeover of the country in August 2021, with large-scale of inflows who seek asylum. Lack of stability with permanent wars has converted Afghanistan to a country competent of sending asylum seekers to the other parts of the world. In this essay Iran's policies towards Afghans are investigated in more details; how these policies especially have shifted from 1989. Public choice theory will be used in analysis of policies. It should be mentioned that according to public choice theory, maximization of interest are considered top priority of policy makers. The shifts in policies are analyzed during presidency of four Iranian President; President Hashemi Refsanjani, President Khatemi, Ahmediinejad, Ruhani and Raisi. In these analysis economic, political, social and cultural features that affect these policy making procedures are took in to consideration. Moreover, how these policies have affected daily life of Afghans who live in Iran is surveyed. The first section of this essay begins with mentioning the importance of Afghanistan’s geostrategic position. Moreover, Iran’s interest in Afghanistan is surveyed and how Iran revised its asylum seeker policies in order to satisfy the national interest. In the second section how, these policies are transformed since 1989 are investigated. Moreover, during presidency of Hashemi, Khatemi, Ahmedinejad, Ruhani and Raisi how policies towards Afghans have transformed. And at the end, the shift in policies and analysis of these policies are evaluated.


Tarhata S Guiamalon

Paper Title:
INTERNSHIP IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC: A QUALITATIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY

University: Cotabato State University
Country: Philippines

Abstract:

Teaching in these limited times brought mixed feelings among pre-service teachers as they practiced and applied theories they had learned. New roles and responsibilities of pre-service teachers are rapidly evolving as a result of pedagogical adaptations from physical to virtual environments. They need to be creative and adapt their practices to keep students engaged, regardless of what struggles they are facing. Nurturing professional identities involves adapting new ways of improving teaching skills through the use of technology. Practicum is challenging when it comes to the internet connection. In fact, we all know that students who don't have access to internet at home still don't have funding for it. To cope with the struggles during internship in the new normal, pre-service teachers can take initiative. The ability to manage urgent situations immediately and avoid falling behind when unexpected events occur could be achieved through time management. Establishing good relationships with students and colleagues can lead to productive and effective work. Pre- service teachers may be exhausted, frustrated, and sad, but this is a temporary and uncertain situation. It is always grateful to seek assistance from mentors who wish to improve their mentees in new ways. . When we look at how technology develops knowledge competence and pedagogical skills, we see that it provides pre-service teachers with easy-to-access information, accelerated learning, and enjoyable opportunities to practice learned theories. They now have access to a broader range of knowledge thanks to technological advancements. Innovation-related experiences have been linked to learning progress. Innovation-related experiences have been linked to learning progress. Pre-service teachers should learn how to apply their knowledge and abilities by considering fundamental modern conditions, communication, teamwork, problem solving, and decision making. Pre-service teachers benefited from the intervening learning environment in the new normal. They learn to value their time and are encouraged to commit to a lifelong learning process. Because learning a new skill is a great way to stay motivated. They learn to navigate themselves by determining the best time to push themselves beyond their comfort zone. They recognized the value of a growth-oriented mindset. Their self-directed learning plan is tailored to their primary learning objective.


Aruna Kashinath

Paper Title:
Prediction of Delays in Invoice Payments using Machine Learning

University: Reva Academy for Corporate Excellence – RACE REVA University
Country: India

Abstract:

Accounts Receivable (AR), is the most valuable asset of an organization. If it is not managed effectively, it can cause the firm serious financial hardships. The purpose of this paper is to present a supervised modeling solution that can be used to build models for predicting the payment outcomes of newly created invoices, thus enabling collection actions tailored for each invoice or customer. Since this is a classification problem, an ensemble method of Random Forest and Extreme Gradient Boosting algorithms has been applied and has achieved an accuracy of 81%, if an invoice will be paid on time or has delays and can provide estimates of the magnitude of the delay which can improve the prioritization of customers and facilitates the daily work of collection personnel. It is estimated that the adoption of the model to prioritize the work of the Collection Management team will save up to $4 million per month as a result of its implementation. Consequently, the team would contact respective customers or account holders during the period in which the invoices are open, thereby reducing the organization's accounts Receivable.


Biography:

Aruna Kashinath, author, a student of MBA in Business Analytics from Reva Academy for Corporate Excellence – RACE REVA University. I’m working as a Project Manager in SAP Labs India Pvt Ltd.


Dzulkipli Bin Marasan

Paper Title:
Development of web based Examination Question Bank Record Keeping System

University: Polytechnic Kuching of Sarawak Malaysia
Country: Malaysia

Abstract:

As the world is mostly in online mode via the internet, Electronic Exam Question Bank Record (E-Exam Question Bank Record Keeping System or E-Exam Question Bank) offers the online presence of a standard traditional exam question bank. E-Exam Question Bank is a web-based system for teachers and lecturers from any school or educational institution to write standard examination questions with answer scheme and save them later into a question bank database for current or future use. Available standard features within was user authentication, creating related course or subject, creating new examination questions based on course and subject, search and view produced questions and managing questions including editing and deleting. E-Exam Question Bank overcomes limitation of traditional exam question bank in managing question sets, such as producing too much printed papers for physical files storage and distribution, and also inconvenience digital storage copying process. Development of E-Exam Question Bank was based on object- oriented method with the end product is an incremental prototype. PHP scripting language chosen to produced its client side and server side modules together with MySQL for database support. Result from system testing, security testing and performance testing shows that E-Exam Question Bank working well online, and in the end has allowed users to enjoy greater accessibility towards one such exam question bank through the internet.


Biography:

Mr Dzulkipli Bin Marasan is a lecturer at Department of Information Technology and Communication, Kuching Polytechnic, Sarawak, Malaysia. He is very passionate in IT field especially in web programming and networking. He is also has many experience in programming such as PHP, java, jsp, javascript, database MySQL and so on. His academic Photograph Organization Logo achievement is Bachelor Degree in Computer Science (minor Software Engineering) from University Technology of Malaysia (UTM) and graduated in year 2004. Start working since 2006 as a programmer at New Dimension IT Company in Kuching, Sarawak. In 2006, he got a job as a lecturer at Mukah Polytechnic, Sarawak under Department of Mathematics, Science and Computer until 2012. In 2012 he attached at Department of Information Technology and communication, Kuching Polytechnic, Sarawak, Malaysia until present (2022). Nuredzan Zaludin (Co Author 1): Madam Nuredzan Zaludin is a lecturer at Department of Information Technology and Communication, Kuching Polytechnic, Sarawak, Malaysia. She is very passionate in IT field such as programming and IT security. She is also has many experience in programming such as C++, PHP, java, jsp, javascript, database MySQL and so on. Her academic achievement is Bachelor Degree in Computer Science (minor Software Engineering) from University Technology of Malaysia (UTM) and graduated in year 2004. Her highest academic achievement is Master of Science (Social Informatics) from University of Malaysia, Sarawak (UNIMAS) and graduated in year 2018. Start working since 2006 as an IT lecturer at Institute College of Advanced Technology Sarawak (ICATS) in Kuching, Sarawak until 2007. In 2007, she got a job as a lecturer at Mukah Polytechnic, Sarawak under Department of Information Technology and Communication until 2012. In 2012 she attached at Department of Information Technology and communication, Kuching Polytechnic, Sarawak, Malaysia until present (2022).


Anukrishnan A S

Paper Title:
Assessment of housing conditions using socio-economic status (SES) indicators in coastal settlements: A case of Karumkulam Grama Panchayat, Thiruvananthapuram

University: College of Engineering Trivandrum
Country: India

Abstract:

Housing is a concrete manifestation of socioeconomic conditions, and has an important part to play in the holistic development of the population in a region. This paper attempts to evaluate the socio economic status of the inhabitants and its subsequent relation with the existing housing conditions and quality of life. A coastal settlement located in the capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, is chosen for the study. Several researches and reports by global agencies under the United Nations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) list out a set of Socio- economic status (SES) indicators, on the basis of their impact on housing conditions in a community. An expert opinion survey is carried out, to rank the SES indicators. Based on the results obtained from survey analysis, it could be inferred that employment and education has the highest impact on housing quality and conditions. The study then proceeds further with respect to these indicators. These SES indicators are studied in detail via a random sample household survey administered to the inhabitants of the selected coastal settlement. Further analysis is conducted to ascertain its correlation with their existing housing conditions. The paper concludes that a significant correlation exists between employment and education, and the quality of housing and habitat in a coastal settlement.


Biography:

Anukrishnan A S, Sandra Sreekant, Liya Paul, Post Graduate Students Department of Architecture & Planning, College of Engineering Trivandrum,Photograph Organization Logo, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.


Michelle Lei S Victorino

Paper Title:
Jessa Frida T Festijo Joanna JuvyJoy Rojo Carla Angelica Angelica Co Marie Bernard Mones

University: Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila
Country: Philippines

Abstract:

The study aimed to trace the employability of the graduates graduated from 2002 to 2021 in Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila. It utilized descriptive method and applied Pearson correlation to get the relevance of values to the length of time they land their first job. 478 respondents participated and majority came from year batches 2017- 2019. Results showed 57.1% of the respondents landed a regular or permanent position in their present employment status, while 69.6% have been gainfully employed with either holding a regular position or a full- time job that is related to their field of specialization. Salaries and benefits are the top considerations why most LPU graduates stay longer and commit to their present job. Most of the respondents stated that they were able to find a job within the six (6) month period. In terms of acquired competencies relevant to their first job, communication skills, followed by critical thinking skills and problem-solving skills are among the top skills graduates have learned in college. In upholding the Lycean values, work efficiency showed significance in terms of landing their first job after graduation. Though the results are favorable, the online survey instrument itself is vulnerable to invalid data inputs as some respondents provided irrelevant details that are not consistent to the choices of the item questions, consequently contributing to the nullity of some data. The study yielded recommendations on the use closed-ended responses or consider textual analysis for open-ended responses to provide deeper insights on curriculum development and program refinement.



Maybelyn L Pedroso

Paper Title:
Cultural management practices and conservation strategies on upland rice production

University: Cotabato Foundation College of Science and Technology
Country: Philippines

Abstract:

This study aimed to explore the farmers’ cultural management practices and conservation strategies on upland rice production in the four (4) municipalities of Arakan Valley Complex, North Cotabato. Based on the data, farmers’ cultural management practices like seed variety selection, land preparation, care and maintenance, pest management, harvesting, threshing, drying, marketing practices, farm nutrient management, and post-harvest management were observed in the area. However, some practices were rarely observed especially using of mechanical machines or highly technical farm equipment from planting to marketing. Analysis on two-tailed Pearson Correlation revealed that farm nutrient management (-0.230*) had a significant relation to yield and income but of negative correlation. Moreover, soil analysis (-2.37*) as the predictor of cultural management practices significantly influenced yield but was not practiced by the farmers. resulted to wrong application of fertilizer, therefore obtained lower yield and income. Marketing practices (3.19**) like storing of rice waiting for the market price to increase found to significantly influenced farmers’ rice production on yield due to selling rice at higher price. Furthermore, conservation strategies like green manuring were rarely practiced by the farmers significantly influenced upland rice production in terms of yield. Upland rice farming rice when properly planned and managed cannot only gave farmers high profit but also help country’s increase food security.



Keerthika N

Paper Title:
Survey on role of artificial intelligence in predicting mental alertness for physically active persons using eeg

University: Vellore Institute of Technology Chennai
Country: India

Abstract:

The human brain comprises a complex network of neurons, which supports cognitive actions, body balance, and performing innumerable actions. The Electroencephalography (EEG) is a method of recording the electrical activities of the brain, which can be used for several applications, such as prediction of alertness, drowsiness, attention-seeking, motor imaginary movements, emotion, and diagnose the effects of drugs. Advanced Artificial Intelligence (AAI) methods such as Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning algorithms (DL) plays a vital role in the classification EEG signals. This study presents a systematic review of the prominent research articles which comprehend the identification of mental alertness and the importance of sports in mental alertness. This significant survey infers that, physical activities will intensify the concentration level. The feature extraction, feature selection and classification algorithms in specific to mental alertness were reported and compared. From the cluster of features like relative power, absolute power, power spectral density, spectral power signal entropy, the predominant features viz. relative power and power spectral density were selected using filter, wrapper, LASSO based algorithms with p values of 0.075 and 0.06 respectively. Support Vector Machine (SVM), Artificial Neural Network (ANN), K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN), Decision Tree (DT), and Logistic Regression (LR) techniques were used to classify the mental alertness. SVM and ANN were the widely used accurate classifiers for mental level classification, with an accuracy of 87.6% and 96.6%, respectively.


Biography:

Keerthika N., currently pursuing PhD at School of Electronics Engineering at Vellore Institute of Technology Chennai campus. She completed M.Tech degree in VLSI Design from Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Chennai, B.E. degree in Instrumentation and Control Engineering from Anna University, Tirunelveli. Her research mainly focuses on Biomedical signal processing, control systems and Sports Technology. She published two research papers.


Anna Latha M

Paper Title:
A survey on Artificial Intelligence algorithms associated to Sensory signal classification

University: Vellore Institute of Technology Chennai
Country: India

Abstract:

Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) are the fledgling field to rehabilitate the immobilized people. This BCI technology can succour paralyzed patients to operate wheelchairs independently for locomotion, also to lift and carry the objects based on brain-neuronal activity with robotic control. EEG (Electroencephalography) is a device used to provide information immeasurably identifying about brain conditions and disabilities with an effective stimulus. It indicates extremely herculean and targeted EEG applications to guide devices utilizing brain activity. This study gives the survey of machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) associated with MI (Motor Imagery), MeI (Mental Imagery) and ME (Motor Execution) gesture classifications applicable for BCI. There are two public domain datasets (PhysioNet, BCIC- Motor Execution) and self-collected datasets were utilized for computerized process since inception. DBN (Deep belief networks), PCA (Principal component analysis) and few other transforms were used to extract the functional features from the acquired signals. There are different machine learning and deep learning classification algorithms available to analyze the extracted features from the acquired signal. This paper surveyed on literature for multiplex weighted visibility graph (MWVG), G-CRAM (Graph based convolutional Re current attention model), FFNN (Feedforward neural network classifier), HF-CNN (Hierarchical flow conventional neural network), SSD-SE-CNN (Spectro temporal Decomposition – Squeeze and Excitation – Convolutional Neural Network), LASSO (Least absolute shrinkage and selection operator), DML (Deep metric learning), (ASTGCN) adaptive spatiotemporal graph convolutional network, VaS-LDA (Vertical arrangements of sub- bands - Linear Discriminant Analysis), ZSL (Zero shot learning), RLS-CSP (Recursive least squares updates of the CSP filter coefficients), SW-LCR (Sliding window- Longest consecutive repetition), CNN (Convolutional Neural Networks), SVM-RBF (Support vector machine classifier with Radial Basis Function), DJDAN (dynamic joint domain adaptation network), and S-EEGNet (Separable EEGNet) with HHT (Hilbert-Huang Transform). Eventually, this work also consolidates wide range of research progress in classification and analysis on the datasets, sampling rate, number of subjects and overall performances are discussed in specific to motor imaginary tasks.


Biography:

Anna Latha M., currently pursuing PhD at school of electronics engineering at Vellore Institute of Technology Chennai campus. She completed M.E. Medical Electronics at Anna University – College of Engineering Guindy, Chennai campus, B.E. in Biomedical Engineering at Udaya School of Engineering, Kanyakumari. Her area of interest includes Biomedical signal processing, Robotics and control systems, Biomedical image processing, Biomedical Instrumentation. She published two research papers.


Sabaruddin Hatta

Paper Title:
Validity Deflection In Multilayer Test With SAP 2000

University: Unkhair
Country: Indonesia

Abstract:

Testing multilayer categorized as a form of non-standard test method is not popular likely to be developed, the validity of the results of testing of multilayer indispensable. For the validity of research results are used as a test tool is SAP 2000 (focus on the calculation of deflection that occurs under a layer of concrete). Results of research specimen closed conditions, specific dimensions show the difference between the value of deflection multilayer testing with deflection value SAP 2000 amounted to 15,29%.



Aderonke Justina Ikuomola

Paper Title:
Web-Based Student Assessment and Evaluation System for Measuring Education Quality

University: Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology Okitipupa Nigeria
Country: Nigeria

Abstract:

The methods devised by most institutions for quality assessment are by accreditation and questionnaires responses from students. Questionnaires have always been administered and managed using paper-based and email. This approach has lots of drawbacks such as defaults in printing, cost of printing, the laborious effort it takes to collate the responses gotten from the exercise, the privacy of the students not being protected and possibility of the questionnaire email being classified as a spam. In this work, a Web-based Assessment and Evaluation system for measuring education quality was developed. The system comprises of three modules namely; a Graphical User Interface (GUI), the questionnaire which is displayed as forms on the webpage and a database that stored respondents’ responses. The system uses latest developments in the information technology world to incorporate the questionnaire on the web. The system was implemented using HTML5, CSS3 and Bootstrap for the graphical user interface (GUI), Node.JS as the server side and Mongo DB as the database. The system was tested for responsiveness using Google Chrome Developer. The web- based questionnaire was administered at the end of first and second semesters 2019/2020 academic session to the students of Department of Mathematical Sciences, Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology (OAUSTECH), Okitipupa, Ondo State, Nigeria. The system proved to be more efficient, secured and cost effective method for assessing and evaluating education quality.


Dr Garima Srivastava

Paper Title:
Transforming Education: A Significant Leap from Traditional to Modern Education Space.

University: GL Bajaj Institute of Management
Country: India

Abstract:

Education is both the act of imparting knowledge to others as well as receiving knowledge and information from others. Education can also be referred to as knowledge and instructions received through schools and institution which can be Government owned as well as private setup.. The Education and Learning of human civilization provides base for advancement of life and its up gradation. From the beginning of time, people have derived ways to learn and adapt through education and will continue to do so as a result of developing and changing technology. Now-a-days due to the internet and other digital technology, online learning environments/ Spaces (Meeting, online classrooms, workshops and closed groups) are becoming more popular than traditional classrooms. Since there are many spatial restriction of a physical classroom, it is now been used with a mix of online platforms for the current educational system. This type of system is beneficial to a wide variety of pupils throughout the world. Thus there comes a need to study how different platforms can be used to implement best education system impart knowledge in this changing era of internet. The present study aims at discovering various methods and pedagogy of education system. It will also represent various mixes of style of teaching to ensure proper and fast education to all. The paper will also depict various demographic factors such as age, gender, and income which influence the education system in India

Biography:

Dr Garima Srivastava has been in the field of academics for past 15 years teaching a plethora of subjects like Business Communication, Human Resource Management, International Business Management and Business Laws. Having completed Ph.D from University of Lucknow she has also been taking Management Development Training Sessions at various organizations such as HAL and SGPGI. Recently she has also contributed in AKTU Digital Education by delivering lectures on subjects like Business Communication and International Business Management.


Chutinon Putthiwanit

Paper Title:
A Study of Economic Values of Thai Entrepreneurs across Various Generations: A Correspondence Analysis

University: Kasetsart University, Chalermphrakiat Sakon Nakhon Province Campus
Country: Thailand

Abstract:

The gaps in generation can play a drastic role in both economic and societal traits. This quantitative research utilizes the secondary data from World Values Survey Wave 7 to explore the mindsets of 723 Thai entrepreneurs (self-employed), regarding the economic values. Furthermore, Thai entrepreneurs are arranged by four criteria of generation (Baby Boomer, Generation X, Generation Y, and Generation Z). By using multivariate method - Correspondence Analysis - the results show that Generation Z seems to be outcasted in the way of thinking when mentioning about economic values, compared to the rest of the generations. For instance, Generation Z considers economic competition is more harmful for the society, rather than beneficial, when equated to other generations. They do also aware of the mutual growths of economy and environment. This new insights somehow provides future researchers a guideline to explore more about Generation Z related to their attitude and mindsets, especially Thai Generation Z entrepreneurs.

Biography:

Chutinon Putthiwanit is a lecturer at Kasetsart University, Chalermphrakiat Sakon Nakhon Province Campus, Thailand. He is a PhD Candidate in Management Science from Turiba University, Latvia (with Erasmus+ experiences at Mykolas Romeris University, Tallinn University of Technology, and ESTCube as Human Resources Trainee); MBA in International Business from Providence University, Republic of China; and BS in Applied Statistics from Assumption University, Thailand. He also was an exchange student at Goethe-Gymnasium, Germany by the support of AFS and Stiftung Mercator. He can be contacted at Chutinon.p@ku.th.


Cristina Marie M. Juanzo Balderama

Paper Title:
LEVEL OF AWARENESS ON HIDDEN CURRICULUM AMONG FIRST YEAR STUDENTS IN A PHILIPPINE STATE UNIVERSITY

Abstract:

This study was conducted to determine the level of awareness on hidden curriculum among the selected first year college students in a Philippine State University. Findings showed that as to the profile of the respondents, in terms of age, there are 180 or 90% who are 17-21 years of age, 14 or 7% who are 22-26 years old and six or 3% who are 30-47 years old. As to sex, there are 92 or 46% male and 108 or 54% female. As to the level of awareness on hidden curriculum among the 1st year students, the over-all response of the respondents toward the relationship of the teachers with the students is agree (3.89). As to relation among the teachers and among staff, among students and students with staff, the over-all response is agree (4.04). As to relation to quality of teaching in terms of hidden curriculum in the college, the over-all response is agree (4.01). In terms of relation to perceptions of the students' regarding teachers as role model, the over-all response is agree (4.25). In terms of sex, the significant value .085 is greater than 0.05, hence, there is no significant difference between sex and hidden curriculum. In terms of age, the significant value 0.120 is higher than 0.01 and 0.05 level of significance, thus, there is no significant difference on the perception of the respondents toward hidden curriculum in terms of age bracket. The following conclusion are advanced; the results of the study shows that students AGREE on the indicators included in the statements such as the relationship of the teachers with the students, relationship among the teachers and among staffs, among students and students with staff, quality of teaching in terms of hidden curriculum in the college, and perceptions of the students regarding teachers as a role model. Consequently, this shows that the students show a positive perception on the hidden curriculum through their interaction with their teachers’ fellow students, and staff of their respective colleges. The respondent's sex and age does not contribute to their perception on the hidden curriculum at the university.


Duverly Joao Incacutipa-Limachi

Paper Title:
Culturally conditioned comprehension error in anthropological expert opinions in legal proceedings in the judicial district of Puno, Peru

University: Universidad Nacional del Altiplano Puno
Country: Peru

Abstract:

The research seeks to understand the daily life of the alleged offender who acted according to the cultural parameters of his community; however, they are contrary to the norms established by the Peruvian State. In fact, his behavior "opposes" the formal rules established by the state, which unintentionally transgresses a punishable norm in a cultural context governed by modernity that is alien to his reality. In the article we seek to analyze the sociocultural anthropological expert opinions that address as the main axis the culturally conditioned error of understanding of the accused, who are subject to this legal figure. The research was designed under the qualitative paradigm, through the systematization and analysis of the sociocultural anthropological expert opinions fixed as evidence in judicial processes in the region of Puno. It contains the approach of the culturally conditioned error and the implications of anthropological expert opinions in the administration of justice. The use of the culturally conditioned error factor was inadequate.


Saadia Zakia Talib

Paper Title:
An Exploratory Study in Pakistan: Covid -19 Impact contrasting Socio-Economic statuses of people with OCD Patients and their coping strategies

University: University Of Utara Malaysia
Country: Malaysia

Abstract:

To evaluate the role of COVID-19 in exacerbating symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, researchers examined whether or not the symptoms of preexisting OCD in adults with exaggerated responsibility beliefs and elevated contamination obsessions worsened before, during, and after the quarantine at home. Patients' coping mechanisms for OCD symptoms are uncovered during the pandemic. Non-probability sampling methods, specifically purposive sampling, were used in this study because it was a qualitative investigation. Data for this investigation came from a combination of primary and secondary sources. The investigation relies heavily on the analysis of primary data that were acquired specifically for this purpose. Therefore, in-depth interviews were chosen as the primary technique of data collecting since their structured nature encourages respondents to provide the most thorough and detailed accounts of their experiences as feasible. Researchers will use NVivo, a data analysis program, to sift through and make sense of all the information they collect from participants. Since NVivo can be used to elegantly store and arrange the collected data, it is the program of choice. Such an approach can improve the quality and efficiency of the data analysis. Results show that COVID-19 has induced and exacerbated OCD symptoms, as well as making them worse in certain cases. This study's results add weight to the argument that COVID-19 has exacerbated OCD symptoms during the current global pandemic.


Dutrudee Makprasert

Paper Title:
School of Architecture and Fine Arts, University of Phayao, Thailand

University: University Of Utara Malaysia
Country: Thailand

Abstract:

Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is a global city in Asia with valuable cultural heritages and fascinating architectures. The perfect combination between the traditional and modern cultures created the obvious identity of Korean contemporary culture. The many case studies of Seoul architectures and urban designs were the good examples of city developments especially the livable shopping districts where were romoted to be the Seoul walkable city. Therefore, the research objectives were the Seoul contemporary shophouse analysis for studying the urban growth pattern in the capital city including the design guideline of contemporary shophouse in Thailand for the livable shopping districts and the study of Seoul universal design in the shopping districts for Thai urban development of the walkable city. To the research methods, they were the studies of Seoul architectural history and shophouse building regulations in the shopping centers for finding out the design concept of Seoul contemporary shophouse and the Thai urban design guideline of the walkable city. Moreover, this research was expected to present the international ideas of contemporary shopping districts for urban developments in the worldwide cities following the sustainable development goals which were established by the 2030 agenda for sustainable development of United Nations. According that a sustainable development goal of sustainable cities and communities was how to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable as a well-known framework in the urban developments globally.

Biography:

Dutrudee Makprasert is a lecturer from School of Architecture and Fine Arts, University of Phayao, Thailand. I graduated in Master of Science in European urban studies, Bauhaus University-Weimar, Germany and Bachelor of Architecture, Kasetsart University, Thailand. I am interested in histories of architectures, contemporary architectures and urban plannings.


Arifa Parvin

Paper Title:
Make sustainable green world by using Renewable energy

University: Dhaka Mohila Polytechnic Institute (DMPI), Bangladesh
Country: South Asia

Abstract:

Renewable energy is key to the solution of a safer, cleaner, and sustainable for green world. It comes from natural resources that are sufficient and continuously recharged. Renewable energy sources which are achievable in sufficient all around us, provided by the sun, wind, water, waste, and heat from the Earth are restored by nature and transmit no pollutants into the air. The study associated with renewable energy sources which includes with Energy Safety, Social and Economic Development, Environment Change, Reduction of Health Impacts of Sustainable for green world. Solar energy have got much cheaper renewable energy. Solar energy convert the sun’s light into usable electric energy. But when operating solar energy do not produce air pollution. Solar energy technologies use the sun’s energy and light to provide heat, light, hot water, electricity, and even cooling, for homes, businesses, and industry. At last electric vehicles are reduce to carbon footprint in their own way. The study suggested some recommendations which when considered would help achieve the goal of renewable energy thus to achieve and provide a clean environment as well as clean energy for all and future generations.


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