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IJSRP, Volume 14, Issue 2, February 2024 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]

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A Pre-Experimental Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme Regarding Knowledge of Physical Exercise in Reducing Stress Among Middle Adolescent Students in Selected School of Dehradun
      Manwal Shashank, Priti Rebecca
Abstract: Background: Some teens become overloaded with stress. When this happens, it can lead to anxiety, withdrawal, aggression, physical illness, or poor coping skills such as drug and/or alcohol use. When we perceive a situation as difficult or painful, changes occur in our minds and bodies to prepare us to respond to danger. Teens that develop a “relaxation response” and other stress management skills feel less helpless and have more choices when responding to stress.

      Linie C. Gallana, Gerabelle E. Lincuna, Angeline G. Pequiro, Ariel U. Cubillas
Abstract: The main objective of this study was to identify the level of appreciation of the Learning Management System test integrity and the instructor’s extent of prevention as observed by the participants to avoid cheating and plagiarism. In line with this, the study pursued to determine the significant correlation between the level of appreciation of the Learning Management System test integrity and instructors’ extent of prevention done as observed by the participants to avoid cheating and plagiarism. This study utilized a quantitative research design and collected data through online generated survey questionnaires for the data analysis.

      Nashon Wawire, Dr. Naomi Nduta Njoroge
Abstract: This study explored how social heterogeneity influenced the performance of three specific development projects, namely Western Kenya Community Driven Development and Flood Mitigation Project, National Agricultural and Livestock Extension Programme & Small Dairy Commercialization Programme within Lugari, Kakamega County. Many studies have raised alarm on the poor performance of donor funded projects and have advanced different reasons as being responsible and so is this study. The findings from this study aim at providing insight into the subject of study and furthermore add new knowledge to the existing body in the field of social development and more specifically on the place of social interactions.

      Mohamed Hassan Atwa Eldek, Ahmed Mohamed Saleh Khedr, Mervat Abdel Aziz Nasr, Nada Magdy Mahmoud Abdallah
Abstract: This paper examines the role of technology and innovation in vernacular architecture through a case study of the Green School in Bali. The objective is to explore how technology and innovative approaches have been integrated into the design and construction of the Green School, contributing to sustainable architectural practices and environmental conservation.

      Carolune Achieng Asiyo, Dr. George Odhiambo Okoth
Abstract: The world is the birthplace of many faiths and has accommodated and nourished multiple religions. The intricate mosaic of diverse faiths, beliefs, traditions and languages in many countries is indeed amazing. The central aim of this study is to examine the activities of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in Kisumu County. This is a transnational religious movement with its roots in Chaitanya Vaishnavism, a Hindu tradition originating in India.

      Singh Pooja, Ramalakshmi G
Abstract: Child marriage is a violation of children’s rights and it exposes them to social isolation and psycho‑logical damages. These negative effects are not limited to them and expands to the family and society as well. Child marriage is defined as any official, customary, or unofficial marriage (registered or not registered), in which one or both of the spouses or sexual partners are under the age of 18-year-old, and conducted before the girl is physically, physiologically, and psychologically ready to carry out the responsibilities of marriage and childbearing. Child marriage is a violation of human rights and children’s rights and exposes them to domestic violence, sexual abuse, rape, and deprives them of access to education.

      Opue Job Agba, Kamgba Joseph Odu, Kamgba Sabastine Odu, Amaraihu Omeremma Christopher
Abstract: This work on brand packaging as an educational foundation and marketing performance of made-in-Nigeria cosmetic products in Calabar Metropolis indicates that packaging could be treated as one of the tools in the foundation stage of pupils for today’s marketing performances.

Abstract: The research investigates the financial distress on the financial performance of listed plantation companies in Sri Lanka by applying Altmans model. All 19 plantation companies in the Colombo Stock Exchange were selected as a population. The study period is five years, from 2015 to 2019. Altmans Zscore model is used to diagnose the financial health of companies, and then the impact of financial distress is measured on financial performance.

      Ejiofor Oluomachi, Akinsola Ahmed, Wahab Ahmed, Edozie Samson
Abstract: This article assesses the effectiveness of current cybersecurity regulations and policies in the United States amidst the escalating frequency and sophistication of cyber threats. The focus is on the comprehensive framework established by the U.S. government, with a spotlight on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework and key regulations such as HIPAA, GLBA, FISMA, CISA, CCPA, and the DOD Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification. The study evaluates the impact of these regulations on different sectors and analyzes trends in cybercrime data from 2000 to 2022. The findings highlight the challenges, successes, and the need for continuous adaptation in the face of evolving cyber threats.

      GHOMA LINGUISSI Laure Stella, ONDZOLET NGABE Régis Christian Éric, EYA Christ Salomon, NGAMILLE MBOU Cheripin, LAPA-LAPA Dorveil, YAO MWEPU Michel Paul, STARAIVA BONO Annette Flora, NGOYOMI Alist Jy
Abstract: After the first case on March 14, 2020, in Republic of Congo, the responsibility of the population in the prevention of Covid-19, goes through the understanding of the factors of the bad wearing of the mask. Our survey aimed at analyzing the explanatory factors of the poor wearing of masks in the prevention of Covid-19.

      Dr. Emmanuel NZEYIMANA, Gbadebo Odularu
Abstract: The agriculture sector in developing countries, particularly in Africa, is commonly characterized as subsistence farming. This involves fragmented land ownership, limited use of inputs, low levels of skills among smallholder farmers, reliance on rudimentary technologies, resistance to adopting new farming methods, and challenges in accessing finance and markets, level of production and postharvest management of the production. These interconnected factors influence the behavior of smallholder farmers along the entire value chain.

      Faisal Alnizari
Abstract: This study explores the evolving paradigm of worker well-being in the context of industrial and organizational environments. It highlights a shift from traditional occupational health and safety perspectives to a more holistic approach, emphasizing the integration of worker welfare into every aspect of organizational design. The concept of a Balanced Life System is central to this approach, advocating for an equilibrium between career and personal life.

      Payal Rahim Virani
Abstract: This article/paper focuses on money multiplication as a crucial aspect of wealth creation, as it allows individuals to multiply their income and reap significant returns. It involves a whole-hearted approach, undivided effort, unwavering determination, and stepping out of your comfort zone. However, many people fall into the trap of lavish lifestyles, expenses that exceed income, and excessive borrowing, leading to bankruptcy.

      Arwa Y. Aleryani
Abstract: Sustainability stands as a paramount concern for the global community, transcending individual responsibilities to become a collective imperative. At its core, sustainability hinges on the prudent preservation of available resources, ensuring their longevity by easing wasteful practices and preventing depletion.
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