Muhammad Aftab Madni Memon, Shen Hui (School of Journalism and Communication, Shanghai University, CHINA),
Salman Yousaf (Institute of Banking and Finance, Bahauddin Zakariya University, PAKISTAN),
Zaid Usman (National College of Business Administration & Economics, PAKISTAN)
Disciplinary: Multidisciplinary (Journalism and Mass Communication Sciences (Information and Media Sciences), Political Sciences (International Affairs/International Relations), Global Studies).
Mansoor Hussain and Amir Gulzar (Department of Business Administration, Foundation University Rawalpindi, PAKISTAN)
Disciplinary: Management Sciences (Organization Manangement).
Seyed Kazem Mortazavi Oskouei, Saeed Sayadi, Sanjar Salajeghe (Department of Management, Faculty of Literature and Humanities, Islamic Azad University of Kerman Branch, Kerman, IRAN),
Ayyub Sheikhi (Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer, ShahidBahonar University of Kerman, Iran),
Navid Fatehi Rad (Department of Management, Faculty of Literature and Humanities, Islamic Azad University of Kerman Branch, Kerman, IRAN).
Disciplinary: Management Sciences (Human Resources Management).
Ostroshenko V.Yu., Poleschuk V.A. (Federal Scientific Center of the East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (FEB RAS), RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Biology (Plant Sciences/Botany).
Vitaly V. Baynev, Sergey A. Fedosin (Department of Automated Information Processing Systems and Management, Institute of Electronics and Light Engineering, National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Computer Graphics.
Alexander A. Pugachev*, A.Yu. Drakin, A.N. Shkolin (Industrial Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Bryansk State Technical University, RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Electrical Engineering (Motor Engineering).
Toan Ngoc Bui (Faculty of Finance and Banking, Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City (IUH), VIETNAM)
Disciplinary: Management Sciences (Finance and Banking), Financial Engineering.
Saima Javed (School of Education, Shaanxi Normal University, Xian, CHINA),
Zhang Wenlan (School of Education, Shaanxi Normal University, Xian, CHINA and Institute for Digital Education, Shaanxi Normal University, Xian, CHINA),
Abdul Sattar Ghaffari (Zhongtai Securities, Institutes for Financial Studies, Shandong University, Shandong, CHINA),
Tariq Mehmood Bhuttah (School of Education, Shaanxi Normal University, Xian, CHINA).
Disciplinary: Science Education, Education Management.
Gennady S. Pratsko (Department of Commercial and Entrepreneurial Law, Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA),
Julia I. Isakova (Department of Criminal Law and Criminalistics, Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA),
Olga A. Andreeva (Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Taganrog Institute of Management and Economics, Taganrog, RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Multidisciplinary (Philosophy, History, Law, Sociology).
Yasir Tariq Mohmand (Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS University, Islamabad, PAKISTAN ),
Fahd Amjad (Centre of Excellence for CPEC, PIDE, Islamabad, PAKISTAN),
Syeda Mahlaqa Hina (Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS University, Islamabad, PAKISTAN ),
and Khurrum Shahzad Mughal (Research Department, State Bank of Pakistan, PAKISTAN).
Disciplinary: Management Sciences, Supply Chain Management.
Alina O. Kholudeneva (Department of Technical Quality Management, Penza State Technological University, Penza, Baidukov passage, Gagarina str., 1a, 11 Penza, 440039, RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Waste Engineering.
Keywords: Electroosmotic dehydration; Colloidal polydisperse systems Sewage sludge; capillary-porous systems; Pulp and paper industry wastes.
During the study, information was collected and analyzed on the possibility of an electroosmotic device production - the converter of colloidal polydisperse systems into capillary-porous by electroosmotic dehydration in order to reduce the residual moisture of sewage sludge and pulp and paper industry wastes. Exponents were taken as the models expressing the mass of waste, as the function of drying time and electric current. According to the obtained determination coefficients, they concluded that the models corresponded to the initial experimental data, the use of exponential models were justified for further optimization of colloidal polydisperse system conversion into capillary porous ones.
Paper ID: 11A03K
Meghdad Rahati1 (Department of Health Services Management, Faculty of Management, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, IRAN),
Iravan Masoudi Asl * (Department of Health Services Management, School of Health Management and Information Sciences, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IRAN),
Masoud Aboulhallaje (Health Services Management, Budgeting and Performance Monitoring Center, Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Tehran, IRAN),
Mehdi Jafari (Department of Health Services Management, School of Health Management and Information Sciences, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IRAN and Health Manager Development Institute, Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Tehran, IRAN ).
Disciplinary: Health Management, Management Sciences (Financial Management).
Keywords: Public hospitals, Chain Hospitals, Business Companies, Stock companies, Hospital administration; Hospital financial performance.
The capital market has an important role in the economy and stagnant money and capital flow through a company at a low cost. Because no studies have been published on listed hospital companies, researchers have sought to identify them, evaluate their efficiency and the determinate relationship between efficiency and profitability and liquidity ratios. This study was done in 2018. The statistical sample is 49 hospital companies listed on capital markets that were evaluated for the availability of financial data for 2013-2016. The DEA technique and regression in a panel data model has been used. The findings show that efficiency during the four years was 0.41, 0.77, 0.82 and 0.81 respectively, and there is a significant relationship between profitability and liquidity ratios and efficiency. In the world, hospitals are administrated as public companies in the capital market, in addition to other models. Some of these companies have one and some have more than one hospital in the capital market as active holdings. The increase and relatively good efficiency of hospital companies, given the direct correlation between efficiency and profitability and liquidity ratios, indicate the potential of companies to fulfill financial obligations and a positive evaluation of the companies' performance.
Paper ID: 11A03L
Elizaveta Afanasyevna Barakhsanova *, Mikhail Semenovich Prokopyev (Information Science and Computing Engineering Department, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University (NEFU), 2 Lenina Av., Yakutsk, 677000, RUSSIA),
Sargylana Gavrilyevna Olesova (Department of Teaching Methods of Sakha Language, Literature and National Culture at Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University, 58 Belinskogo Str., Yakutsk, 677000, RUSSIA),
Nikolay Petrovich Olesov (Department of Physical Education, Institute of Physical Culture and Sports, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University (NEFU), 58 Belinskogo Str., Yakutsk, 677000, RUSSIA),
Tamara Nikolayevna Lukina, Maksim Anatolyevich Sorochinskiy (Information Science and Computing Engineering Department, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University (NEFU), 2 Lenina Av., Yakutsk, 677000, RUSSIA),
Fyodor Fyodorovich Tatarinov (Myurunskaya Youth Gymnasium named after V.V. Alekseyev, 27 Stroiteley Str., Borogontsy village, 678350, RUSSIA).
Disciplinary: Education Sciences (College Education), Information Technology (Elearning).
Keywords: Educational process organization; transdisciplinary approach; teacher, e-learning; e-learning information environment; Master’s degree education.
The work relates to the professional teaching to the problem of teacher training, taking into account the current social challenges and the learning process management in college. This article focuses on the effectiveness of applying the transdisciplinary approach in the learning process organization when training future teachers in college in the context of e-learning implementation. Analysis of foreign and Russian scholars’ theoretical positions on the issues of college educational management and the teacher training organization in the e-learning information environment is the leading approach to the case study, at the Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University (NEFU) focusing on training competitive specialists with a high level of professional thinking and managerial and educational culture. The method involves interviews more than 250 NEFU students pursuing a master’s degree in Preschool Management, Project Management in Education, Innovative Processes in Education, Corporate e-Learning, and Technology and e-Learning management in the Teacher Training Institute at NEFU. The survey objectives were to study the level of formedness of professional, personal, and specialized competencies in future teachers.
Paper ID: 11A03M
Murashova E.A. *, Tunikov G.M., Nefedova S.A., Karelina O.A., Byshova N.G., Serebryakova O.V. (Ryazan State Agrotechnological University named after P.A. Kostycheva, RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Multidisciplinary (Biology, Ecology/Ecosystem, Environmental Sciences, Agricultural Science, Food Sciences (Nutrition and Toxicity)).
Keywords: Honey bees; Honey contamination; Heavy metals contamination; Ecosystem monitoring; Bee pollen; Bee bread; Ecotoxicity; Propolis; Honey products; Toxic contamination; Bee body contamination.
This study presents the results of the main factors that determine the accumulation of toxic elements in the body of bees and some honey products. The following tasks were solved: evaluation of the dynamics of the movement of the heavy metals along with the trophic chain soil-plant-body of bee-honey products; clarification of the main mechanism and the main factors determining the accumulation of heavy metals in the body of bees and honey products. Samples of soil, plants, bees, as well as honey products from areas of the Ryazan region in Russia, were investigated by the method of atomic absorption spectrometry to determine heavy metals. It was found that of all honey products the most environmentally friendly product is honey, and propolis, pollen, and bee bread were most polluted. It was established that the maximum purity of honey was determined by its biochemical composition (mainly carbohydrates, which are secreted by secretory cells of nectaries within a few hours) and by careful draining of pollen grains from nectar by an intermediate valve in a honey sac. It was revealed that the main amount of heavy metals accumulated in the body of bees due to intensive consumption of pollen and bee bread for two weeks, contamination of which was hundreds of times higher than that of nectar and honey, as well as during processing of nectar into honey when draining pollen and entering it into the midgut. The level of pollution of honey products was strongly influenced by the remoteness of the family from the source of pollution. The bee, pollen, and propolis can serve as objective indicators of environmental cleanliness of the environment and the content of heavy metals.
Paper ID: 11A03N
Iqtidar Hussain *(School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), No. 550 Dalian west Road, 200083, Shanghai, CHINA),
Guo Ke (School of Journalism and Communication, Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), No. 550 Dalian west Road, 200083, Shanghai, CHINA),
Shaher Bano (School of Sociology and Political Science, Shanghai University, 99 Shangda Road, Baoshan District,
Muhammadi, Israr Hussain (School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), No. 550 Dalian west Road, 200083, Shanghai, CHINA).
Disciplinary: International Economics and Political Sciences (International Relations/International Cooperations/Geopolitics, International Economic Policy).
Keywords: Neo-Functionalism; Trade integration; CPEC agreement; Economic integration; Regional cooperation; Pak-China relations; Pak-Iran relations; Central Asia Republics, Sino-Pakistan Agreement.
The Sino-Pakistan Agreement on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a combination of infrastructure and energy projects worth $62 billion as of 2018 for economic development and regional integration. The potential and significant projects of CPEC intend to develop the landscape of regional integration by constructing interconnected infrastructure projects. This agreement envisions restructuring and transforming the local connectivity of the states of China, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, India, and CARs. This study emphasizes to argue and examine the likely impacts of CPEC projects on regional integration, specifically for enhancing the economic ties among the states. The "Neo-Functionalism Theory" deems fit to analyze the potential plans of CPEC for achieving regional integration and economic growth.
Paper ID: 11A03O
Morteza Mahmoudian, Parisa Sharifikheirabadi (Architecture and Regional Planning Program, Islamic Azad Universality of Yazd, Yazd, IRAN)
Disciplinary: Architecture Engineering (Sustainable Architecture).
Keywords: Smart building systems; Green architecture; Green roof; Green design; Sustainable environmental architecture; Smart energy management; Architecture technology.
Due to the importance of energy in green buildings, one of the most critical solutions to achieve a sustainable environmental architecture that tries to cope with nature instead of overcoming it and use of renewable energy instead of fossil fuels. Smart architecture and building systems can reduce energy consumption as well as provide desirable comfort to residents of the green building. The widespread and growing need of the community to buildings and housing, the necessity of using new construction systems and modern materials to increase the pace of construction, light-weighting, increasing service life and also buildings` retrofit against earthquakes have been proposed more than ever. Solving problems such as long run time, poor service life, high cost of building construction, environmental issues, and existing pollution in today's cities requires a public determination and fundamental changes in the type and use of materials, building systems, and architecture. The need to achieve such an ideal is to apply technology again to produce smart and new materials that guide the ecological behavior of the building towards smart energy management; this means the application of materials that best adapt to environmental changes. The use of smart materials reduces energy consumption in green buildings with a sustainable development approach that was reviewed and investigated using a descriptive-analytical method.
Paper ID: 11A03P
Anischenko V.I. (Spetsmodulproject LLC, RUSSIA and Mining Institute, National University of Science and Technologies (NUST MISiS), Leninsky Prospect, 6, Moscow, RUSSIA)
Atrushkevich V.A. (Mining Institute, National University of Science and Technologies (NUST MISiS), Leninsky Prospect, 6, Moscow, RUSSIA)
Golik V.I. * (North Caucasus Mining and Metallurgical Institute (State Technological University), Geophysical Institute of the Vladikavkaz Scientific Center, the Russian Academy of Sciences, 362021, Vladikavkaz, Cosmonaut Nikolaev Street, 44, RUSSIA)
Alberto N. Rodriguez (Mining Institute, National University of Science and Technologies (NUST MISiS), Leninsky Prospect, 6, Moscow, RUSSIA)
Disciplinary: Tunnel Engineering, Concrete/Cement Technology.
Keywords: Grout rheology; Construction workings; High-precision lining; Tunneling complex; Cement slurry; Reinforcement solutions.
The article deals with the selection of the composition of cement slurries for the construction of mine workings with concrete lining and high-precision segment lining. When using cement slurries to fill the space between the lining and the rock containing the mining output, the solution prepared from locally available materials may not meet the requirements, and the use of imported ready-mixed mixtures will be unacceptably expensive. Optimization of application modes of cement slurries in the construction of tunnels with a segment lining to increase the reliability of powerful and high-performance equipment. Systematization of the theory and practice of building tunnels with high-precision lining using mechanized tunneling complexes. Mathematical descriptions of the processes, experimental modeling of the obtained dependencies, and emergencies associated with the preparation of cement slurries are systematized. A description of the rheology of the cement slurry in the process of lining and the mechanism of the solution-rock mass system is given. The results of the experiment on the reinforcement of cement and lime cement slurries are given. The expediency of the solution reinforcement was confirmed not only for the formation of thixotropic properties but also for the maintenance of suspension. The results of a critical assessment of the components of cement slurries in relation to their use in mechanized tunnel complexes are given. The parameters for the preparation and use of mixtures should be selected on the basis of the results of comprehensive studies in specific conditions. The quality of preparation of the cement mixture in a complex increases the efficiency of the use of mechanized tunnel complexes.
Paper ID: 11A03Q
Muhammad Ihsan *, Malik Amer Atta, Matiullah & Muhammad Shahbaz (Institute of Education & Research, Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, PAKISTAN).
Disciplinary: Educational Sciences (Primary Education).
Keywords: Positive classroom; Male teachers; Classroom management system; Public primary schools; Private primary school; Positive motivation students; Quality primary education.
This study focused on classroom organizational skills and the professional attitude of teachers and head teachers as well as students' motivation at Primary school level. The population of the study comprised of all Public and Private Primary Schools teachers and head teachers in district D.I.Khan. With, random sampling, the total 179 respondents were Primary Schools teachers and 54 Primary Schools head teachers). The key purpose was to investigate the relationship between classroom organizational skills and professional attitude of Primary school teachers and head teachers regarding students' motivation in district D.I.Khan. The study was delimited to all-male Public and Private school teachers and head teachers in district D.I.Khan. Three-point Likert scale (Yes, No, To Some Extent) was used for the purpose of data collection from the respondents. Data were analyzed through the Chi-Square Online Calculator by using P-value and Chi-Square. The attitudes and organizational skills of professional teachers and head teachers are the key factors and tools to positively motivate their students for better and quality education.
Paper ID: 11A03R
Sajjad Ahmad Jan *, Wali Rahman ( Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, Sarhad University of Science and Information Technology, Peshawar, PAKISTAN).
Disciplinary: Management Sciences (HRM).
Keywords: Psychological contract breach; Employees' Workplace behaviour; Workplace spirituality, Human resource management (HRM); Power sector.
This study examined the link between psychological contract breach and employees' workplace behavior by testing the moderating role of workplace spirituality. Behavioral facets of the workplace include voice, neglect, counterproductive work behavior and OCB which were taken as dependent variables. This study adopts a survey research design. The data was mustered over a self-administered questionnaire from a sample of employees randomly selected from a population of power sector employees of Pakistan. The study has empirically established that psychological contract breach has a positive impact on employee negative workplace behaviors and it has a significant negative impact on positive workplace behaviors. Results reveal a negative significant effect on positive behaviors citizenship and voice. The role of workplace spirituality was studied as a moderator between breach and workplace behavior. In this perspective, workplace spirituality is an important and influential aspect that cannot be ignored in the human resource management context and particularly in the organizational psychology field.
Paper ID: 11A03S
Panfilov Stepan Aleksandrovich (Institute of Electronics and Lighting of the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, 68 Bolshevitskaya street, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Republic of Mordovia, Saransk, 430005, RUSSIA),
Lomshin Mikhail Ivanovich (Faculty of Pre-university Training and Secondary Vocational Education, 68 Bolshevitskaya street, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, Republic of Mordovia, 430005, RUSSIA),
Kabanov Oleg Vladimirovich (Institute of Electronics and Lighting of the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, 68 Bolshevitskaya street, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Republic of Mordovia, Saransk, 430005, RUSSIA),
Sergushina Elena Sergeevna (Faculty of Pre-university Training and Secondary Vocational Education, 68 Bolshevitskaya street, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, Republic of Mordovia, 430005, RUSSIA).
Disciplinary: Electronic Engineering, Thermal science.
Keywords: Non-destructive testing method; Heat loss; Thermal conductivity; Specific heat; Know-how.
Based on the analysis of the literature, a method was proposed for determining the actual thermophysical properties (thermal conductivity) of an object, according to which a portable automated installation was later developed to determine the thermophysical properties of an object using non-destructive testing using modern means of control and information processing for more a short period of time, non-stationary method. The developed installation is capable of determining the thermophysical properties of an object, as well as the spatial pattern of the distribution of heat flows inside the object, using non-destructive testing.
Paper ID: 11A03T