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Volume 9 , Issue 6

Volume 9, Issue 6

1) Analysis Of The Large  Scale Social Restrictions Impact On Human Rights
Author Details: Wahyu Tris Haryadi-(Law Faculty, University of Bhayangkara Surabaya, Indonesia)-email :
Indonesia is one of the countries affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government adopted a policy of enacting Large Scale Social Restrictions (LSSR) since March 31st through Government Regulation No. 21 of 2020. What exactly is the impact of Covid-19 on human rights? This question becomes interesting to study, where at the time the Large-Scale Social Restrictions came into force, a lot was related to the fulfillment of human rights that must be considered by the government. It is expected that in the implementation of the LSSR the government will pay attention to, respect and promote human rights, the values ​​and principles of the rule of law and democracy in every policy issued and implemented in the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. international ratified by the government. The House of Representatives and independent institutions such as national human rights commission must also carry out their oversight functions actively. The function of parliament and independent state institutions becomes important when there are restrictions on human rights, to ensure there is no abuse by the government.
Because the opportunity for human rights violations committed by the government in limiting of large scale social is quite open. The government must not use a repressive and anti-criticism approach in handling Covid-19, must place Covid-19 handling as a public health emergency problem, and all problems are resolved with a health and medical approach, support for appropriate and effective social safety nets is needed. accessed by the public as well as providing appropriate information, providing support and protection for all available medical personnel, giving priority to supporting health facilities both for hospitals and the community in combating Covid-19 without discrimination.
The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact caused by the adoption of Large Scale Social Restrictions on Human Rights.
Key word:
impact, restrictions, social, human rights
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Impact of COVID-19 on vegetable prices in Pakistan
Author’s Details: (1)Anjlee Kokrejas-Student of MBA-SZABIST-Larkana (2)Dr.Faiz Muhmmad Shaikh-Associate Professor-SZABIST-Larkana EMAIL:faizs045@GMAIL.COM (3)Dr. Urooj Talpur-Assistant Professor-Deptt: of Economics University of Sindh-Jamshoro

The 2019-20 corona virus pandemic is an ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019(COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome. the outbreak was identify  Wuhan, china, in December 2019. The world health organization declared the outbreak to a public health emergency of international on 30 January 2020. As of 19 April 2020 more than 2.32 million cases of COVID-19 have been reported in 185 countries and more than 160000 deaths more than 595000 people recovered. In Sindh first case enters 26 Feb 2020.
18 February 2020 fruits, vegetables exports hit by coronavirus fruits and vegetables exports are facing problems due to shortage of reefer containers following reduction in the volume of imports china. All Pakistan fruits and vegetables exporters, Importers and merchants association patron-in-chief Waheed Ahmed said it peak export season for kinnow , potato and onion . 100 reefer containers pe day consisting kinnow , potato and onion are being export from Pakistan. Retailers have pushed up prizes of specific food items include sugar and vegetables prices because of mini budget.
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Impact of Online Classes on Educational Institutes and Students Attendance during Pandemic of Corona Virus (Covid-19): A Case Study of Pakistan
Author’s Details: (1)DR Faiz Muhammad Shaikh-Associate Professor, SZABC, Dokri, College Hussain (Student in Szabist, Sindh Campus(3)Dr.Urooj Talpur-Assistant Professor-Department of Economics-University of Sindh-Jamshoro
This research investigates the Impact of  Online classes on Educational Institutes and students attendance during pandemic of Corona Virus (covid-19): A Case study of PakistanThe Corona Virus (covid-19), started in Wuhan city of china has spread quickly around the globe sending billions of individuals into lockdown. The World Health Organization (WHO) pronounced the coronavirus pestilence a pandemic. Considering rising worry about the current COVID-19 pandemic, a developing number of colleges over the world have either deferred or dropped all grounds occasions, for example, workshops, meetings, sports and different exercises. Colleges are taking concentrated measures to forestall and shield all understudies and staff individuals from the profoundly irresistible sickness. Employees are as of now during the time spent changing to web based instructing stages. In this survey the creator will feature the potential effect of the awful COVID-19 flare-up on the instruction and psychological well-being of understudies and scholastic staff. There are numerous global understudies reading in colleges for whom travel to their house is beyond the realm of imagination in this basic circumstance. While colleges are shutting grounds, it is imperative to consider that numerous understudies don’t have some other settlement offices outside those grounds. It has become an extraordinary test for executives to guarantee nourishment, convenience and security administration for those non-national understudies. Understudies likewise need appropriate counsel to shield themselves from any individual to-individual contact and live in self-seclusion until the circumstance gets ordinary. Augmentation of remain because of the postponement of assessments may cause a money related issue. The individuals who figure out how to return home are worried that their investigations will be hindered at home numerous understudies might not have the right arrangement, for example, books PCs and rapid web association. Again the disturbance due to COVID-19 may influence the confirmations of global understudies for the coming scholastic meeting these are the enormous issues which ought to comprehend the administration of college who are taking on the web Classes task and different exercises from understudies.
Online Classes, COVID-19
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4) Examining the Community Services in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic, Testing the Role of Social Workers as a Moderating Variable: A Case Study of Pakistan
Author’s Details: (1)Sudhaishna Khastoori-Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)(2)Dr.Faiz Muhammad Shaikh-Associate Profesor, Huusin Soomro-Assistant Professor-Deptt:of Economics-University of Sindh Jamshoro

The COVID-19 outbreak was experienced first time in China, Wuhan city at the end of 2019, December. The virus was rapidly spread in China and then globally in 209 countries including Italy, America, Australia, Europe, and Asia that also includes Pakistan. The mortalities are more than 50,000 and above 1,000,000 individuals have been exposed to coronavirus across the world. Even with insufficient resources Pakistan has also taken various measures, i.e. Laboratories for testing, established special hospitals, quarantine services, lockdown, awareness campaigns, and helplines to control the transmission. In this paper, I have highlighted the community services and role of active social workers in response to this deadly infection. The results suggests that there is need of more community services, i.e. isolation wards, hospitals, quarantine in home setting environment, availability of prevention equipment’s and so on. In addition, the social workers have showed a great support to vulnerable groups in their communities.
Government, COVID-19, community services, social work, current scenario, facilitations
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5) Impact of COVID-19 on Contigent Worker: A Case Study of Larkana Sindh-Pakistan
Author’s Details:(1)Taha Morio-Student of SZABIST_larkana(2)Dr.Faiz Muhmmad Shaikh-Associate Professor-SZABIST-Larkana-EMAIL:faizs045@GMAIL.COM(3)Sikandar Hussain Soomro-Assistant Professor-Deptt: of Economics-University of Sindh-Jamshoro

Covid-19 is spread vigorously in china, Italy & Iran Pakistan being as a neighbor country of china & Iran one was for the incoming Pakistani from diverse countries, which include Iran, china, Afghanistan and India. The other was arranged interior numerous hospitals for covid-19 high-quality cases. As masses and lots of Pakistani were in Iran for spiritual functions, they had been. Most of the students and businessmen, inner china was not allowed to return back. Managing of big scale inflow from Iran become the main hassle. Out of the full covid-19 instances 78 percent instances had been reported from visitors coning from Iran, Pakistan introduced closure of all schools, collages & universities with a partial lockdown throughout the country for most important cities. It was revealed that the number of confirmed covid-19 cases in Pakistan has risen to 5,988 as of 15 April. Boom of 269 new instances within the last 24 hours. The maximum affected province because of covid-19 virus is Punjab 2,945, accompanied via Sindh 1,518. Civil aviation authority (caa) has issued new covid-19 prevention pointers, in line with which each plane might be disinfected before boarding starts. The flights will make certain the supply of ppe and temperature take a look at of every passenger with an interval of ninety minutes. U. N. Secretary-trendy antonio guterres warned Tuesday that the arena is going through “a risky epidemic of incorrect information” about covid-19 and introduced a u. N. Campaign to flood the internet with statistics and science to counter what he known as “a poison” that is placing lives at risk. The authorities have prolonged the triumphing lockdown for other weeks with a few essential industries being allowed to reopen. With the novel coronavirus pandemic persevering with to genuine a heavy toll on Pakistan’s aviation sector, the country’s national flag on Tuesday introduced it might hold special flights to ferry citizens stranded in various parts of the world. With the number of novel coronavirus (covid-19) instances soaring past 800 within the province and a lockdown into its fourth week, the provincial government of KP on tuesday issued a comprehensive method to mitigate the impact the pandemic is having on the financial system.
Keywords: COVID-19, Contigent Worker
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6) Mary Seacole Disclosures
Author Details: Jeroen Staring
Retired Dr. mult. Jeroen Staring taught mathematics and physics/chemistry at secondary schools in The Netherlands. His 2005 Medical Sciences dissertation describes the life, work and technique of F. Matthias Alexander. In 2013, he successfully defended a second dissertation, on the early history of the NYC Bureau of Educational Experiments.

His wife Corry Staring-Derks and he were the Dutch Ambassadors of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal (see: Gray (Ed.), 2016, p. 70).
This case study discusses literature on Mary Seacole and mainly quotes literature that has not previously been mentioned in Seacole literature.
Key Words: Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), Mary Jane (Grant) Seacole
(????-1881). William Howard Russell (1820-1907).
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7) Content Analysis of Spelling Erroneous Answers from Reading Comprehension Assessments
Author Details: Njiiri Joyce.M-School of Humanities &Social Sciences Machakos
In order to become entirely literate an individual must learn not only to read but to write and spell: to represent spoken language as a series of printed symbols in a conventional order. Most second language reading comprehension studies seek to find out the reading comprehension ability of second language learners without analyzing the erroneous answers the learners’ write in their reading comprehension assessments. This study therefore seek to identify, categorize and find the meaning of the spelling erroneous answers obtained from reading comprehension assessment scripts of 73 form three learners from two Peri-urban girls’ schools in Kajiado County, Kenya. The Suizby’s repertoire theory of spelling development informed the study [1]. The study employs qualitative content analysis method. The study found out that there were letter omission errors, letter insertion errors, letter substitution errors, letter transposition errors, multiple errors, homophonic errors, first language induce errors, homophonic errors, poor diphthong realization errors and poor use of apostrophe.  Based on the findings the study recommends that teachers use orthographic and phonological approaches in their teaching to improve learners’ spelling proficiency in second language acquisition.
Key words: orthography, phonological, morphological, spelling errors
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8) Policy and Law on Digital Banking in Some Countries
Author’s Details: (1)Thi Thu Huyen Tran (2)Thi Thanh Tan Pham 
(1) (2) University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam

Correspondence: Thi Thu Huyen Tran, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
Digital technology is gradually changing the form of providing financial and banking services. The development of banking services based on digital technology can help banks innovate comprehensively from the process of providing products and services, innovating the distribution channel system, expanding the product portfolio, providing Service level to a wider range of customers at a lower cost. This article will introduce the basic concepts of digital banking, international experience in digital banking development, and lessons for Vietnamese banks.
Digital banking, policy and law
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9) Export and Export Performance Theories
Author Details:Thi Lan Huong Pham-University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam-Correspondence: Thi Lan Huong Pham, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
In recent years, Vietnam’s exports have made important contributions to economic growth in addition to consumption, investment and imports. High and relatively stable export growth for many years has contributed to macroeconomic stability such as limiting trade deficit, balancing the international payment balance and increasing foreign currency reserves. Export development has contributed to job creation, income generation, and poverty reduction, especially in rural areas. Export development has also had a positive effect in raising labor qualifications, limiting the gap between the rich and the poor between rural and urban areas, and promoting the economic transition towards industrialization. modernization.

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10) Literature Review: Effecting of Leading Skills to Performance
Author Details: Quang Hung Nguyen-University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam-Correspondence: Quang Hung Nguyen, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi

Business performance of businesses is always the most important concern of all businesses, because business performance reflects the ability to combine inputs, allowing minimizing operational costs. Business to achieve profitability goals. Thereby, business performance will reflect the ability of leaders to perform leadership functions in the business, the ability to use resources to accomplish goals and achieve the highest efficiency in operations. Therefore, businesses are constantly improving and improving business efficiency, especially in the context of increasingly fierce global competition today.

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11) Green Finance: Literature Review
Author Details: (1)Xuan Phu Pham-University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam (2)Thi He Nguyen-University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam Correspondence: Xuan Phu Pham, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
The article introduced green finance, green banking, green credit cards. We carry out an overview of the previous researches on the related topic, thereby making recommendations on the important role of sustainable development of the national economy based on green finance and green banks in Vietnam.
Green finance, green banks.

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12) Green Finance in Some Countries and Experiences for Vietnam
Author’s Details:(1)Thi Dung Nguyen (2)Mai Anh Phuong-(1) (2)University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam-Correspondence: Thi Dung Nguyen, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
The objective of the article is to overview green finance in the field of banking in countries around the world from which to provide lessons for Vietnam. From the practical experience of international organizations and policies, laws on green banking, green finance of countries around the world, we have given lessons for Vietnam and Vietnamese banks to towards the country’s sustainable development goals.
Green finance, green banking
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13) Law and Policy on Green Finance in Vietnamese Banking Sector
Author’s Details: (1)Thi Van Anh Le (2)Huong Lien Nguyen(1) (2) University of Economics-Technology for Industries, Vietnam Correspondence: Thi Van Anh Le, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi

As a nation survived multiple invasive wars and suffering environmental consequences of chemical weapons used by its past enemy, Vietnam was soon aware of the importance of aligning economic growth and environmental protection. That can be seen from Vietnam’s continuous promulgation, amendment as well as perfection of the law and policy framework for environment and sustainable development. However, whether Vietnamese legal regulations well cover green finance in banking sector, this paper is to find the answer for that question by a consideration of Vietnamese law and policy on green finance and the current situation of green finance in Vietnam banks.
Green finance, banking sector
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14) Situation of Recruitment at TOTO Vietnam Co., Ltd
Author’s Details: (1)Thi Nhu Quynh Le  (2)Thi Thanh Tam Vu (3)Vu Anh Duong Pham  (4)Thi Thanh Huong Cao (5)Thi Thuy Lien Dinh (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam-Correspondence: Thi Thuy Lien Dinh, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi

Recruitment and selection is the process of identifying the need for a job, defining the requirements of the position and the job holder, advertising the position and choosing the most appropriate person for the job. Recruiting employees with the correct skills can add value to the company. Furthermore, recruiting workers at a wage or salary that the company can afford will help reduce costs. The following is the chart of recruitment process

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15) Experience in Policy Developing Marine Economy and Lessons Learned For Khanh Hoa Vietnam
Author’s Details:(1)Thi Nguyet Doan  (2)Thi He Nguyen
(1) (2)University of Economics – Technology for Industries, Vietnam
Correspondence: Thi Nguyet Doan
, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi

The paper conducts an overview of the experience analysis of a number of countries in the world and some provinces in Vietnam on policies to develop marine and island economy. Countries around the world have effectively exploited the island economy and always oriented the development of the marine economy based on the orientation of sustainable development and environmental protection. The coastal provinces of Vietnam have also initially formed and developed the Sea economy in a sustainable manner.
Keywords: Developing marine economic, Vietnam, Khanh Hoa

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