https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/issue/feed Novateur Publication 2021-10-17T07:09:07+00:00 Mr. Shreeram Latey novateurp@gmail.com Open Monograph Press <p>Novateur Publication has presence in the areas of publication of online journals and books since 2014. We have served more than 5000 authors over the world.</p> https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/72 Chemical Structure of Flavonoids Vexibia Alopecurides (L.) Yakovl 2021-10-17T07:09:07+00:00 S. S. YUSUPOVA novateurp@gmail.com E.Kh.BATIROV novateurp@gmail.com D.K.KHOLMURADOVA novateurp@gmail.com M.K.KAMARIDDINZODA novateurp@gmail.com <p>The relevance of research. Plants are capable of synthesizing thousands phenolic compounds. Among them, flavonoids play an important role in processes of growth and development, immunity and adaptation of plants. Many phytoalexins and allelochemicals are flavonoid in nature. Possessing a wide range of pharmacological activity, flavonoids are used in medicine as choleretic, hepatoprotective, antiulcer, capillary strengthening agents. Successful combination low toxicity and high pharmacological activity makes them extremely promising for use in medical practice for the prevention and treatment of a number of serious diseases. In recent years among them, a number of substances with antitumor, hypoazotemic and tonic properties.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-10-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 S. S. YUSUPOVA, E.Kh.BATIROV, D.K.KHOLMURADOVA, M.K.KAMARIDDINZODA https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/71 DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY OF FUTURE DOCTORS 2021-10-11T12:23:08+00:00 Kadirova Munira Rasulovna novateurp@gmail.com Ergasheva Shahlo Po’latovna novateurp@gmail.com <p>The monograph focuses on the development of communicative competence in the preparation of medical students for professional activity, including a modernized mechanism of verbal and nonverbal communication in future doctors, their strategic and methodological competencies, reflection development competencies, indicators of professional competence development, communicative competence, communicative competence. the model of development of communicative competence in preparation of future doctors for professional activity, the purposes, criteria in medical education, the cognitive component structure of communicative competence of medical education students are studied.</p> 2021-10-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Kadirova Munira Rasulovna, Ergasheva Shahlo Po’latovna https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/68 PUSH AND PULL FACTORS OF NEGATIVE SOCIAL BEHAVIORS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN DISTRICT BAHAWALPUR 2021-10-11T11:46:09+00:00 Shaista Noreen novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>This research was entitled “Push and Pull factors of negative social behaviors among Secondary school students in District Bahawalpur”. Major purpose of the study was to investigate the nature and causes of negative social behavior of secondary school students. The study also intended to provide some suggestions to eradicate causes of negative behaviors among the students. The review of related literature supported in drawing theoretical foundations of the study. The research focused to examine current situation of the students’ behaviors and factors influencing theses behavior. Survey method was used to gather required information. The 500 students and 120 teachers were randomly selected from the secondary schools of district Bahawalpur. Similarly 290 parents of sampled students were also approached to collect information. Three separate questionnaires were constructed and administered to the students, teachers and parents in this regard. The questionnaires focused on examining the roots of different negative social behaviors of secondary school students and factors that promote or reduce their existence among the students. The collected data were recorded in SPSS files. The findings unveil various factors that play role in developing negative social behaviors among the secondary school students. The major factors, in this regard, are lack of parents’ awareness of their siblings attitudes, teachers’ weakness in controlling the students’ behaviors and misinterpretation of social norms. The study recommends that parents and teachers should understand the needs and psychology of learners and behave friendly with them. They should also present themselves as a role model for the students. They must try to provide the students basic Islamic knowledge, and understanding of social norms, rituals and traditions. Parents and teachers should appreciate their children when they behave well. This strategy will serve as a positive reinforcement to the young ones. School can play positive role to eradicate negative behaviors among the students. Schools should arrange games and co-curricular activities for promoting positive social behaviors among the students.</p> 2021-10-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Shaista Noreen ; Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/69 Impact of Personality Traits of Secondary School Teachers on Students’ Achievement in Punjab 2021-10-11T11:58:38+00:00 SHAISTA NOREEN novateurp@gmail.com DR. MUHAMMAD SAFDAR BHATTI novateurp@gmail.com <p>As we know that teachers’ personality has a significant role in improving students’ learning achievements in a broad sphere of teaching-learning process. It plays a major role in creating a friendly, satisfactory or encouraging learning environment for students. In this context, this study is performed in conformity with analyzed teachers’ personality traits to recommend its impact on students’ learning achievement. This study is based on mixed method approach. The population of the study comprised of all the students, their teachers and head teachers (headmaster/ headmistress) of secondary schools. Multi-stage sampling technique was used to draw the true representative sample from the population. The respondents were taken from 12 districts i.e. Bahawalpur, Lodhran, Vahari, Attock, Chakwal, Toba Take Singh, Gujarat, Jhang, Sargodha, Rajan pur, Muzafar Garh, D.G Khan Tehsils of Punjab. Two questionnaires were used in the study as a research tool, one for teachers and one for students. The questionnaire for teachers and students was based on an adapted personality measure scales. The researcher has adapted the standardized personality questionnaire of John and Srivastava Big Five Inventory (1999). It was designed to measure extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness for analyzing personality traits of secondary school teachers, this version of the tool has already used in many studies to measure the personality traits of a person. An interview protocol was once developed for the head teacher and observation checklist to analyze teachers’ personality and behavior in the classroom. Academic achievement scores of these students were also taken from students’ previous class form Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE). The study consisted of entire subjects the teacher teaches in secondary classes. All research instruments were validated through applying factor analysis and Pearson correlation coefficient for constructs. Reliability of tools was determined via calculating Cronbach’s Alpha value. SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) software program was used to analyze the accumulated data. To analyze information means score, t-test and one-way ANOVA was used for the calculations. Responses from the semi[1]structured interviews and open-ended questions were used to analyze qualitative information. Both interview and observation were analyzed through the qualitative method of data analysis. The findings of the study reveal that only one unit in teachers’ personality will cause to increase in students’ performance. Openness has a significant positive effect on the students’ performance. The results demonstrate that teachers’ personalities indicate no significant effect on students’ performance. The findings expressed that students’ marks in the subject are not dependent on teachers’ personality. The correlation illustrates that there is a weak inverse correlation between extroversion and agreeableness while, neuroticism and agreeableness are moderate positive whereas, neuroticism and extroversion are very weakly positive. Openness has an inverse weak correlation with agreeableness, weak correlation with extroversion and very weak association with neuroticism. Conscientiousness has a weak correlation with extroversion and neuroticism and weak association with openness. Moreover, students’ marks in BISE exams have a very weak association with extroversion, openness, and overall personality. Finally, there is also a need that teacher must be hardworking, dedicated, and create a peaceful learning environment in the classroom which builds positive attitudes among students to foster their - learners and employ appropriate teaching methods. To improve the quality of education, the government should improve the recruitment policy and selection should be based on merit. The government should also organize different academic workshops and seminars for teachers on regular basis for their professional development. Based on the results of the observation, teachers need to be more enthusiastic and kind with student and should be active in classroom.</p> 2021-10-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 SHAISTA NOREEN ; DR. MUHAMMAD SAFDAR BHATTI https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/70 PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE TEACHING/LEARNING OF ENGLISH AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE 2021-10-11T12:11:36+00:00 Zahida Parveen novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>The relationship of culture, language and literature are amalgamated in every society. Relationship between these elements cannot be underestimated. Culture reflects in every aspect of the society i.e. language, religion, social life style of people, art, literature etc. People of a community symbolize their culture. Language bridges communication between different people and societies (Patil, 2015). The current study is based on pre-service English teachers’ cross-sectional survey to determine their attitude toward the variant aspects of Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC) in the teaching of English as foreign language (EFL) in Pakistan. A self-structured questionnaire was used to collect the data. The results of the survey include teachers’ perception about EFL and their attitude towards ICC in the teaching of EFL. Reasons for learning English by Pakistani pre-service teachers are also included in the study which determine that vocational purpose tops the list among various given causes. The population of the current study included the future English teachers. The study was limited to the higher education institutes in the Southern Punjab, Pakistan. The sample of the study consisted of the students of English language studying at graduate level in the Southern Punjab Universities. The collected and tabulated data revealed that major part of the population was from urban background. Only a few of them had been to some English speaking country. Reading was decided as the major proficient language skill and the participants were least proficient in speaking. They considered language as the chief epitomizing symbol of a culture. The majority of the participants were learning English for occupational intentions. They believed that English is an international xiv language. It is not the language of any particular country or nation and professional success in the modern world demands proficiency. The participants had a positive attitude towards the learning of different cultural aspects of major English speaking countries to boost their communication skills in the natural situations. Further, the researcher also found that there was a significant relationship between the pre-service teachers’ attitude toward Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC) and their language proficiency and educational qualification. However pre-service teachers’ residential background, age group, medium of instruction, language learning experience and gender differences had no significant effect on their attitude towards ICC on the teaching/learning of English as foreign language.</p> 2021-10-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Zahida Parveen ; Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/67 Effects of Av Aids on ESL Learners’ Vocabulary Skills: An Investigation 2021-10-11T11:38:08+00:00 Sadia Kanwal novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>The current study “Effects of Av Aids on ESL Learners’ Vocabulary Skills: An Investigation” was designed to enhance the vocabulary of the learners skillfully. The researcher selected this area for his research as he thinks that vocabulary plays very important role in acquiring language. That is why it is very important to investigate the most effective ways to improve vocabulary acquisition. This study created an awareness among the secondary level teachers how they can develop English vocabulary of their students. The main objective of the study was to make effective use of Av. aids to improve vocabulary of the students at secondary level. The population of the current study was the students of grade-9 from Govt. Boys High School Galeywal, Govt. Girls High School Galeywal &amp; The City Foundation School, Galeywal. The study adopted pretest-posttest control group experimental design. Three secondary schools were purposively selected and randomly assigned to experimental and control groups. The experimental group was exposed to learn vocabulary with the help of Av. aids while the control group was exposed to learn vocabulary through traditional ways. To explain the students who received the independent variable 'pictures' recorded high scores and significantly out-performed than the scores of the control group who had no practice of the Av. aids and practiced vocabulary through traditional method. The effectiveness of the study was also confirmed when the scores of the experimental group pre-test were compared with the scores of its post-test. Data collected was analyzed. There was a significant main effect of treatment on the vocabulary learning of secondary level students. It was concluded that when a teacher creates a learning environment in the classroom by using interesting Av. aids then naturally the students' response is positive. Based on the findings, the researcher recommends that English language teachers should use Av. Aids for teaching English in general and for improving vocabulary in particular at secondary level. They should also motivate the students by using Av. aids in the classroom. The public iii schools may be equipped with libraries, language labs and audio-visual materials such as tape recorder, video-player, overhead projector, multi-media and such facilities may properly be used for developing vocabulary of secondary level students in the subject of English. Curiosity and creativity of the students should be encouraged through the use of Av. aids in group-work and pair-work techniques. The recommendations and findings of this study should be taken into careful consideration and steps should be taken to implement those in our classrooms. If implemented intentionally, it is expected that the state of the teaching and learning of vocabulary skills at secondary level will be improved remarkably.</p> 2021-10-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Sadia Kanwal ; Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/66 Teaching Writing Skills to SSC Students Studying English as a Subject 2021-10-10T10:31:43+00:00 Quratulain novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>English language runs like blood in the veins of nations worldwide (Ahmed &amp; Rao, 2012). As a result, the demand for English language has increased to the extent that it requires the citizens of modern societies to be proficient enough in order to be successful in their academic and professional careers (Muhammad,2011). In order to get success and to pursue their studies further, students are required to write with precision and originality and read with an appropriate level of comprehension (Nasir, Naqvi &amp; Bhamani,2013).As a global medium of communication, the importance of English has increased a lot in the present social, political and commercial contexts. With the advancements of IT in various spheres of society, English has become the only language for the world citizens. Because of its international demand and recognition as a world language, English has always been a part of our education system. It is taught as a compulsory subject up to graduation level in Pakistani educational system. Writing is a key skill within the process of learning English language as it offers a way of communicating one’s thoughts and feelings. Pakistani secondary school students require writing skills for a number of educational purposes including writing tasks given by the teachers and taking tests and final examinations (Dar &amp; Khan, 2015). Moreover, for the purpose of developing writing skills, effective reading skills are also required. Reading a variety of genres effectively helps learners to be efficient writers as they learn the sentence structures, vocabulary and style of writing from the texts they read. Thus, both skills are equally important and dependent on each other (Moureau,2015). Despite studying English for over 14 years, majority of students lack required command in English language writing skills to pursue their higher education and professional careers. Moreover, having an asserted focus on English language in Pakistani schools, “The language learners still face difficulties in almost every area: reading, writing, listening, speaking, vocabulary, grammar”(Dar &amp; Khan, 2015, p.122). One reason behind this situation is negligible iii implementation of skill-based language teaching at SSC level because the focus of teachers and students is on completion of syllabus and preparation for board examinations instead of skills building. Since the medium of instruction in many Pakistani secondary level schools is English and resource books and other instructional materials are mostly in English language (Khan, 2013), it is necessary for the students to have command in at least reading and writing skills to comprehend and produce learning at a desirable level. With this background in mind, the current research focused on teaching English writing skills and the problems faced while teaching these skills at SSC level schools in Bahawalpur. So, this study aims at exploring the teachers’ as well as students’ point of view to enhance their teaching and learning writing skills respectively. Because, writing skills play an important role in increasing the students’ level of interest, enjoyment and pleasure towards English as a second language learning. This work also attempted to focus on the results of practicing English language writing skills by interviewing teachers and students in some selective schools of Bahawalpur. The researcher adopted the descriptive analytical approach. The population of the study was (40) secondary level teachers and (300) students of Bahawalpur. The sample was chosen randomly (20) teachers and (200) students of Govt. Junior Model Girls High School Bahawalpur and Computer Age Public School Bahawalpur in the academic year 20116-17. The researcher designed two questionnaires for the students and the teachers to measure the attitudes of teachers about learning English language writing skills and the difficulties and challenges faced by them in teaching this skill in the class. The questionnaires were developed according to the purpose of the study. These questionnaires were distributed among the teachers and the students of secondary level in Bahawalpur and their responses were analyzed statistically. On the basis of the findings of the results, it is shown that writing skills play a key role in the development and enhancement of knowledge of second language at secondary level. The findings also revealed the practices of teaching writing skills iv such as provision of model texts and relevant vocabulary items. The major problems while teaching writing skills were lack of pre-writing activities, learners’ deficient command over vocabulary, grammar, spellings and punctuation, lengthy syllabus and limited time. English Language teachers face many problems in teaching writing skills because they have to deal a large number of students from various backgrounds of languages. Teachers used to give written feedback on students’ work to attain the writing learning outcomes. Moreover, at SSC level, examination is based on textbook. Classroom practices used by teachers were based on examination pattern i.e. use of textbook and help books. The researcher recommends that creative writing can be used as a scaffolding strategy by the students in facilitating their learning and can also be used as a pedagogical tool by the teachers to enhance their learning experience as well as maximize the engagement in the classroom.</p> 2021-10-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Quratulain; Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/65 Texting, Social Media and Literacy: Writing in BS Classroom 2021-10-09T13:19:55+00:00 Zahida Jabeen novateurp@gmail.com Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>Writing is a very difficult and complex process. It requires some important skills in order to make it clear and acceptable. It has never been an easy task to achieve especially for second language learners. As a productive skill, it is a crucial skill to master in order to be successful in one’s academic pursuits. Due to its importance, it is an important skill cultivated in an English language classroom at BS level. Within the globalization, new trends of using social media or social networking sites have been recently highlighted. Social media influence peoples’ lives in many aspects including education and English language learning. The Pakistani society is not an exception since Face book among other social media is more and more used, especially in the daily interactions of students among them the BS level students of The IUB. Social media were blamed firstly concerning this phenomenon and hypotheses were made about how modern technologies can affect directly or indirectly the process of writing academically among students. The aim of this study is to make a clear difference between texting and formal writing. Also, make students aware about the importance of writing whether in their personal or educational life. The present study is set out to determine the students’ attitudes towards formal essays mostly in exam papers as well as the functions of social media and how they can affect their formal writing. The current study also aims at studying the phenomenon of texting and its negative impact on students’ academic writing. The researcher thinks that the reasons that lead students to use the form of texting in writing are the lack of concentration, forgetting the form of some words and unconsciousness. The results obtained were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively, and revealed that most students view that texting impact their writing according to some major reasons which are gaining time, forgetting the form of the words, using it unconsciously and simplicity.</p> 2021-10-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Zahida Jabeen ; Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/64 EVALUATION OF B.SC ENGLISH TEXTBOOK TAUGHT IN THE AFFILIATED COLLEGES OF IUB: ESL TEACHERS AND STUDENTS PERSPECTIVES 2021-10-09T12:58:42+00:00 Zahida Jabeen novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>Textbooks play a fundamental function in educational programs and language classrooms all over the globe. Textbooks play a significant character in learning teaching method particularly in emergent countries such as Pakistan. Textbooks are extremely accessible and useful resources that teachers and students can exploit according to their requirements. The intention of this study is to evaluate the significance and effectiveness of B.Sc English textbook that is taught in the affiliated colleges of IUB from the ESL teachers’ and students’ perspectives. The assessment of English textbook is conducted on the foundation of five criteria: the collection and association of contents in the textbook, price of the textbook, four skills, grammar and vocabulary, mechanism of the textbook. The study was conducted at three Govt. Colleges of District Rahim yar khan. Quantitative information was obtained through questionnaires administered to 200 students and 20 teachers. Percentages, frequencies, standard deviations and mean were calculated for every item to explain the whole depiction of how the students and teachers rated the textbook in conditions of five criteria. The outcomes discovered that both the students and the teachers felt negative about the majority of the items of the textbook. It was established that both grammar and vocabulary did not fulfill the students’ needs. Majority of the teachers and the students’ mentioned that the textbook material failed to enhance the four language skills. It was also indicated that there were no exercises and activities included in the textbook. Most of the students and all the teachers declared that textbook was not suitable for the level of the students.</p> 2021-10-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Zahida Jabeen; Dr. Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/63 Investigating the Effectiveness of Process Approach in Teaching of Essay Writing at Elementary Level in Bahawalpur 2021-10-08T16:34:59+00:00 Zahida Parveen novateurp@gmail.com Muhammad Safdar Bhatti novateurp@gmail.com <p>English has been considered the most famous Lingua Franca. It has been learnt and taught all over the world these days. As for as the teaching of English in Pakistan is concerned, it has been taught as a compulsory subject from the start of the educational career until graduation since the establishment of Pakistan. The current study also discusses the importance of teaching of English in Pakistan. As for teaching of English many approaches/ methodologies have been applied, this study has discussed the effectiveness of Process Approach for teaching Essay Writing at Elementary level. The study has been conducted in the city Bahawalpur and the adjacent areas of Bahawalpur. The researcher has used quantitative method of research and has used a structured questionnaire based survey to collect the concerned information on the topic. She collected the data from the semi-govt and private schools of the area where process approach has been used partially or fully. The data has been analyzed through the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The researcher has drawn the conclusion of the study and has also given some suggestions at the end of the study</p> 2021-10-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Zahida Parveen; Muhammad Safdar Bhatti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/59 GAME THEORY 2021-08-31T08:24:12+00:00 Abdullaeva D.K novateurp@gmail.com <p>Game theory - a mathematical method for studying optimal strategies in games. A game is understood as a process in which two or more parties fighting for the realization of their interests. Each side has a purpose and uses some strategy that can lead to win or lose - depending on the behavior of others players. Game theory helps you choose the best strategies based on ideas about other participants, their resources and their possible deed Game theory course provides an introduction to modeling principles interactions of agents in situations when by their actions they affect each other. During the learning process, students will understand why leading cellular operators are unlikely to be able to receive monopoly profit, why OPEC is not very good at influencing the price of oil, and as well as how to make the right decision in combat conditions or in family circle.</p> 2021-08-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Abdullaeva D.K https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/56 ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE 2021-08-31T07:08:24+00:00 Ibragimova Dildora novateurp@gmail.com <p>This textbook is intended for graduate students construction and architecture faculties, as well as for students. The tutorial can be used for both practical classes under the guidance of a teacher, and for independent work by those who want to learn to read and translate scientific and technical literature. The main purpose the textbook is to develop reading and comprehension skills original literature This means that due to current forms of economic interaction states a foreign language goes beyond general educational subject at the university and becomes a tool for the formation of a competence specialist new formation.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-08-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Abdullaeva D.K. https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/57 INFLUENCE OF PROCESSING ON THE PROPERTIES OF MEADOW SAZ SOILS 2021-08-31T07:30:37+00:00 R.Zh.Tozhiev novateurp@gmail.com O.N. Sulaimonov novateurp@gmail.com G.Yuldashev novateurp@gmail.com Kh.Kh. Askarov novateurp@gmail.com <p>The monograph contains the results of many years of research by the authors on the study of various methods of processing lye saz soils and their influence on soil properties. The mechanism of formation of dense soil crust after heavy rains and innovative ways to destruction, ways to increase the yield of cotton and other agricultural crops. The monograph is designed for employees agriculture, teachers, researchers, doctoral students and undergraduates of higher educational institutions</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-08-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 R.Zh.Tozhiev, O.N. Sulaimonov, G.Yuldashev, Kh.Kh. Askarov https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/58 TEACHING AND METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE "SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND THEORY OF ECONOMIC DECISION MAKING" 2021-08-31T07:56:40+00:00 NARZULLAEVA D.K. novateurp@gmail.com <p>The training manual sets out the methodological principles solving economic problems using methods of system analysis combined with elements of mathematical modeling in the process decision-making provided for by the program of the course "System analysis and theory of decision making ", which in recent years finds a wide range of applications in many sectors of the economy. The relevance of this tutorial is that economists, getting in higher education institutions deep enough classical mathematical training, do not know enough applied mathematical apparatus of system analysis and therefore not use it effectively. This course focuses on the manual is devoted to the presentation of theoretical and applied methods system modeling in the study of problems of economic character, as well as instilling practical skills for acceptance on this the basis of management decisions in conditions of uncertainty and risk.</p> 2021-08-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 NARZULLAEVA D.K. https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/53 Social Work, Law, Economics, Public Administration Community Participation and Welfare Society 2021-08-27T07:11:06+00:00 Dr Atik Krustiyati, S.H, M.S krustiyati@staff.ubaya.ac.id Eka Widi Astuti, S.H., M.H Widieka@staff.ubaya.ac.id Dwi Nur Handayani dwinurhandayani210192@gmail.com Alfiyah Agussalim dwinurhandayani210192@gmail.com Nyoto Budiyanto nyoto@ombudsman.go.id Ramlani Lina Sinaulan rlinas@pascajayabaya.ac.id Kristiawanto kristiawanto2019@gmail.com Mansur elcmansur@gmail.com Agus Sugiyardi sugiyardi.agus65@gmail.com Ridan Muhtadi ridanmuhtadi@gmail.com Marsam marsamsaja@gmail.com Fitria Nur Masithoh fitrianm14@gmail.com Ika Widiastuti iwidiastuti86@gmail.com Dhyani Widiyanti Hendranto dhyaniarts@gmail.com Alfiyah Agussalim alfiyahagussalim.a@gmail.com Dwi Nur Handayani alfiyahagussalim.a@gmail.com Dr. Thamrin Pawalluri M thamrinpawalluri1970@gmail.com Lis M Yapanto novateurp@gmail.com Yumanraya Noho novateurp@gmail.com Arfiani Rizki Paramata novateurp@gmail.com Funco Tanipu novateurp@gmail.com Dahniar Th. Musa novateurp@gmail.com <p>The global community is currently facing the Covid-19 Pandemic (the status of pandemic portrays the spreading of a disease among people from many countries at the same time. The confirmation of Corona Virus as a global pandemic was based on the increasement of cases outside China until 13 (thirteen) times and the large amount of infected countries.). Every country still need to concentrate on lowering the curve of the transmission of this deadly virus. According to the latest data issued by the WHO (<em>World Health Organization</em>), until this moment, the total case of Corona Virus infection in the whole world has reached 198.778.175 cases. From that amount, 4.235.559 died because of the disease (data obtained form the World Health Organization (WHO) accessed through <a href="https://covid19.who.int/">https://covid19.who.int/</a> , last updated on August 3, 2021. This data may rise as the Covid-19 Pandemic has not reach its end in the world).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-08-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Dr Atik Krustiyati, S.H, M.S, Eka Widi Astuti, S.H., M.H, Dwi Nur Handayani, Alfiyah Agussalim, Nyoto Budiyanto, Ramlani Lina Sinaulan, Kristiawanto, Mansur, Agus Sugiyardi, Ridan Muhtadi, Marsam, Fitria Nur Masithoh, Ika Widiastuti, Dhyani Widiyanti Hendranto, Alfiyah Agussalim, Dwi Nur Handayani https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/54 Outcome Based Education in Nonformal Education 5.0 Society Era 2021-08-27T12:55:32+00:00 Andi Abdul Malik andimalikabdul.pru@gmail.com Hamsu Abdul Gani andimalikabdul.pru@gmail.com Rifdan Rifdan andimalikabdul.pru@gmail.com Elihami Elihami novateurp@gmail.com Imam Mashudi Imam.mashudi@ubmg.ac.id Asna Aneta Imam.mashudi@ubmg.ac.id Abd. Haris PanaI Imam.mashudi@ubmg.ac.id Novrianty Djafri Imam.mashudi@ubmg.ac.id Suprapto Suprapto atoenurse@gmail.com Novianty Djafri noviantydjafri@ung.ac.id Wenny Hulukati wennyhulukati@ung.ac.id Taufik Iskandar novateurp@gmail.com Ika Widiastuti iwidiastuti86@gmail.com Himawan himawanawan10@gmail.com Yones Eni Luawo yonesluawo01@gmail.com Abdul Rahmat yonesluawo01@gmail.com Abd. Hamid Isa novateurp@gmail.com Maryam Rahim maryamrahim63@gmail.com Tuti Wantu tutiwantu@ung.ac.id Syarifuddin Syarifuddin.stiq@gmail.com Miftahul Jannah Miftarifai40@gmail.com Hikmatu Ruwaida Ruwaida0212@gmail.com Madian madianman1hulusungaiutara@gmail.com Munawwarah munawwarah888@gmail.com Ismaniar ismaniar.js.pls@fip.unp.ac.id Nur Hazizah Nur_hazizah@fip.unp.ac.id Setiyo Utoyo setyo.utoyo@gmail.com Fitri Dwi Arini fitridwiarini@fip.unp.ac.id Meylan Saleh meylan.saleh@ung.ac.id Dhyani Widiyanti dhyaniarts@gmail.com Misran Rahman novateurp@gmail.com Siti Hairunnisa Norfahmi novateurp@gmail.com Sulastri Harun sulastriharun@gmail.com Rusmin Husain novateurp@gmail.com Qotrun Nada Nafi’ah qotrunnadanafiah998@gmail.com Elwin Walimatul Fara novateurp@gmail.com Stefani Lily Indarto sli@unika.ac.id Tri yusnanto novateurp@gmail.com Meiskyarti Luma meiskyluma@iain-manado.ac.id Hadirman hadirman@iain-manado.ac.id Windra novateurp@gmail.com Abd. Hamid Isa abdhamid_ung@yahoo.co.id Nurfadila Antula rapi.djuko@ung.ac.id Rusdin Djibu rapi.djuko@ung.ac.id Rapi Us. Djuko rapi.djuko@ung.ac.id Irfan R Ibura rapi.djuko@ung.ac.id Lina Saptaria linauniskakediri@gmail.com Sri Luayyi linauniskakediri@gmail.com Fory Armin Nawai forynawai@ung.ac.id Sitti Roskina Mas forynawai@ung.ac.id Muhamad Caesar Musa forynawai@ung.ac.id Elisabeth Surbakti elisabethsurbakti@gmail.com Yesika Hotmaria Lumban Gaol yesika.hotmariagaol@gmail.com Julietta Hutabarat julietta.hutabarat68@gmail.com Dajani Suleman dajani.suleman.2021@gmail.com Samsiar RivaI samsiar_rivai@ung.ac.id Dra. Dajani Suleman, M.Hum Dajani_suleman@ung.ac.id Susanto Yasin susanto65@gmail.com Wiwik Ariesta wiwik.ariesta@ulm.ac.id Ira Kusumawaty irakusumawaty@poltekkespalembang.ac.id Idawati idawatiwati45@gmail.com Uslan uslanspd@gmail.com Tri Wahyudi Ramdhan wahyudi@darul-hikmah.com Mudarris darrisnice@darul-hikmah.com Pedro Da Silva cuznadi@gmail.com Kusnadi pedro74@gmail.com Hasia Marto hasia.marto2018@gmail.com <p>Village-Owned Enterprises (BUM Desa) are Village business institutions managed by the community and the Village Government and are legal entities. The existence of BUM Desa is to strengthen the economy of the Village community and is formed based on the needs and potential of the Village. The problem in this research is the management of financial accountability and the attitude of the implementers, as well as reports on the implementation of BUM Desa. In fact, it is hoped that the existence of BUM Desa will trigger economic growth and be able to encourage the wheels of economic life as well as drive the economy of the Village community. In the management of Village Owned Enterprises, it is not only the BUM Desa administrators who have to struggle to improve the quality of their business units, but support from the Government, both the Village Government and the Regency Government, is needed to be able to help from planning to marketing the products managed by the BUM Desa. The purpose of the study is to examine and explain the management strategy of BUM Desa in realizing an Independent Village. The type of research used is descriptive qualitative, using a case study approach (case study). The focus of the research is the management of BUM Desa. Data obtained through primary and secondary data sources. Data collection techniques through interviews, observations, questionnaires and literature.</p> 2021-08-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Andi Abdul Malik, Hamsu Abdul Gani, Rifdan Rifdan, Elihami Elihami, Imam Mashudi, Asna Aneta, Abd. Haris PanaI, Novrianty Djafri, Suprapto Suprapto https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/55 Nonformal Education-Towards A New Paradigm 2021-08-27T15:00:56+00:00 Abd. Hamid Isa abdhamid_ung@yahoo.co.id Zulkarnain Anu infozulkarnain@ung.ac.id Mahmud Adam mahmudadam@gmail.com Elihami Elihami elihamid72@gmail.com Rusdin Djibu rusdindjibu@ung.ac.id Hasia Marto hasia.marto2018@gmail.com Ahmad ahmad.fip@um.ac.id Ratih Permata Sari ratih@alqolam.ac.id Devi Merina Tuz Sa’diyah merinasadiyah@gmail.com Jumain novateurp@gmail.com Kukuh Miroso Raharjo kukuh.raharjo.fip@um.ac.id Zulkarnain kukuh.raharjo.fip@um.ac.id Sucipto kukuh.raharjo.fip@um.ac.id Dr. dr. Muhammad Isman Jusuf novateurp@gmail.com Akhlis Nur Fu’adi anf.nurfuadi@gmail.com Novita Maulidya Jalal novitamaulidya@yahoo.com Novianty Djafri noviantydjafri@ung.ac.id Wiwik Ariesta wiwik.ariesta@ulm.ac.id ,Arifah Hidayati arreefa.fe@gmail.com Asmirin Noor asmirin.noor@stiemahardhika.ac.id Lita Ariyanti pgsdlita@gmail.com Sri Hartono srihar@umpo.ac.id Nuryati nuryati@stkipsitusbanten.ac.id Trimurtini Trimurtini trimurtinipgsd@mail.unnes.ac.id Scolastika Mariani mariani.mat@mail.unnes.ac.id Dwijanto Dwijanto dwijanto5@mail.unnes.ac.id Sutirna sutirna@staff.unsika.ac.id <p>One of the public education services that can build a learning society is through the Equality Education Program. Equality Education is a non-formal education program that provides general education which includes three levels, those are Package A Program equivalent to SD/MI (Primary Education), Package B equivalent to SMP/MTs (Junior High School) and Package C Equivalent to SMA/MA Program (Senior High School). This program is primarily intended for students who come from communities who do not have the opportunity to study in formal education, drop out of study/dropout, and are of productive age who want to improve their knowledge and life skills, as well as people who require special services to meet their daily needs as a result of the will to increase their standard of living, and development of science and technology.</p> 2021-08-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Abd. Hamid Isa, Zulkarnain Anu, Mahmud Adam, Elihami Elihami, Rusdin Djibu, Hasia Marto, Ahmad, Ratih Permata Sari, Devi Merina Tuz Sa’diyah , Jumain, Kukuh Miroso Raharjo, Zulkarnain, Sucipto https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/51 Educational Computing in the COVID-19 Era 2021-08-19T16:43:05+00:00 Elena Fabiola Ruiz Ledesma eruizl@ipn.mx Estefanía Bonilla Álvarez estefania@gmail.com Miguel Santiago Suárez Castañón miguel@gmail.com Emmanuel Quetzalcóatl Castro Munguía emmanuel@gmail.com Lorena Chavarría Báez lorena@gmail.com Eduardo Rodríguez Espinosa eduardo@gmail.com José Ramón Figueroa Flores jose@gmail.com Juan Jesús Gutiérrez García juan@gmail.com <p>This book is made up of four chapters, which are derived from a part of the content developed in the Learning Unit (LU) of Educational Computing and Mobile Multimedia, which is taught in the Master of Mobile Computer Systems at the Higher School of Computation of the National Polytechnic Institute. Below is a brief overview of the content taught in this learning unit. Initially, the study of historical aspects of computing in the fields of education that takes place in Mexico and around the world is taught in order to expose the work that is currently being developed in both physical and virtual classrooms. Projects that have been developed in support of education using technology are addressed. The psych educational paradigms that base the teaching and learning processes with the use of technology are described, as well as the characteristics of educational software are reviewed along with the methodologies that allow its development and, in a general way, the development of technological resources created for educational purposes.</p> <p><br>In the January-July 2021 school semester, the subject of the use of technology in education during the COVID-19 pandemic was incorporated into the Educational Computing and Mobile Multimedia LU, because all sectors were affected in relation to the sanitary measures that were taken to prevent the spread of the SARS-Cov-2 virus. The main measure was confinement, which is why the face-to-face educational model was replaced by the distance model, thus technology has played an essential role within school performance, from the use of educational platforms through which teachers share teaching materials with their students, to virtual rooms to take online classes, and beyond, the use of virtual worlds.</p> 2021-08-19T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Elena Fabiola Ruiz Ledesma, Estefanía Bonilla Álvarez, Miguel Santiago Suárez Castañón, Emmanuel Quetzalcóatl Castro Munguía, Lorena Chavarría Báez, Eduardo Rodríguez Espinosa, José Ramón Figueroa Flores, Juan Jesús Gutiérrez García https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/50 Innovation Research in The Era of MBKM 2021-07-20T13:17:11+00:00 Maya Malinda maya.malinda@eco.maranatha.edu Rene Arthur Palit art.rene@gmail.com Naniwati Sulaiman naniwatisulaiman@yahoo.com Gianti Gunawan gianti.gunawan@psy.maranatha.edu Olga Catherina Pattipawaej olga.pattipawaej@eng.maranatha.edu Sinatra ryu.sin@hotmail.com Tery Setiawan tery.setiawan@psy.maranatha.edu Antonius Suhartomo asuharto@president.ac.id Efnie Indrianie efnie.indrianie@gmail.com Meilani Rohinsa meilani.rohins@psy.maranatha.edu Rosida Tiurma Manurung rosidatm@gmail.com Seriwati Ginting seriwati.ginting@maranatha.edu Miki Tjandra miki.tjandra@art.maranatha.edu Krismanto Kusbiantoro krismanto.kusbiantoro@art.maranatha.edu Cindrawaty Lesmana cindra@eng.maranatha.edu Irena Vanessa Gunawan irena_75@yahoo.com SeTin SeTin setin2005@yahoo.com <p class="Default" style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: 10.0pt;">Education and Learning process in higher education always growth and expand. Especially in pandemic Covid -19 situation, higher education have to adapt with situation and innovate with how to deliver knowledge and sharpening skill. However in pandemic Covid-19 situation or crisis always have opportunities to elevate learning method. For Lectures and students cooperate together to make teaching and learning became great experience, and get more knowledge and skill together. In this article, I shared my experience with challenges when delivered Business Plan knowledge and skill, and also how to increase entrepreneurial motivation, skill and entrepreneurial spirit of the students. The strategies with combining teaching and coaching method at Management Department, Universitas Kristen Maranatha in 2021. Hopefully this article can give more information and give insight for other educators who have the same challenges to use the same method or combining coaching method to give better entrepreneurial knowledge, skill, and intention for our students.</span></p> 2021-07-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Maya Malinda, Rene Arthur Palit, Naniwati Sulaiman, Gianti Gunawan, Olga Catherina Pattipawaej, Sinatra, Tery Setiawan, Antonius Suhartomo, Efnie Indrianie, Meilani Rohinsa https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/48 THEORY OF DRYING AND STORAGE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 2021-07-01T08:20:28+00:00 NAZIROVA R.M. Nazarova@ymail.com XAMRAKULOVA M.X. xamrakulova@gmail.com USMONOV N.B Usmonova@ymail.com <p>The monograph presents the theoretical basis and results of the calculation of the dynamics of heat and moisture migration in biologically active systems during storage (minimum moisture loss) and drying (maximum moisture release) of agricultural products. The advantages of calculating the heat-mass transfer on the basis of the extended thermodynamic potential (moisture potential) of the phases of non-stationary processes are shown. The calculation methods are based on technological, thermophysical, energy and environmental aspects. The monograph emphasizes the theoretical basis of the laws of heat-mass migration processes that occur in biologically active systems on the basis of non-stationary external influences. In particular, calculations have been developed and are scientifically based to minimize moisture release during storage of freshly harvested agricultural products and to ensure maximum moisture release during drying of wet hay.<br>The monograph is primarily based on construction and intended for doctoral students and masters of research engaged in the development of methods for improving the design features and technologies of technological facilities, as well as researchers, masters and bachelors, doctoral students, specialists directly involved in the design and operation of buildings and structures.</p> 2021-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 NAZIROVA R.M., XAMRAKULOVA M.X., USMONOV N.B https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/49 Research Methodology (Concepts and Cases) 2021-07-01T08:55:24+00:00 Sri Sukasih srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Noening Andrijati srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Arini Estiastuti srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Dewi Nilam Tyas srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Dr. Muhammad Isman Jusuf Ismanjusuf1@gmail.com Abdul Rahmat abdulrahmat@ung.ac.id Dr. Froilan D. Mobo novateurp@gmail.com Dhyani Widiyanti dhyaniarts@gmail.com Rina Rosdiana rinarosdiana0170@gmail.com Dadan Suwarna dadansuwarna@gmail.com Sandi Budiana sandibudiana@unpak.ac.id Aam Nurjaman aamnurjamanunpak@gmail.com Wildan F. Mubarock Wildanfmubarock@unpak.ac.id Elisabeth Surbakti elisabethsurbakti@gmail.com Stefani Lily Indarto sli@unika.ac.id Karna Mustaqim karna.mustaqim@esaunggul.ac.id Iwan Zahar iwan.zahar@esaunggul.ac.id Dr Atik Krustiyati novateurp@gmail.com SeTin setin2005@yahoo.com Kuswarini Sulandjari kuswarini.sulandjari@staff.unsika.ac.id Ely Satiyasih Rosali ely@unsil.ac.id Candrika Adhiyasa ely@unsil.ac.id Nopriadi Saputra nopriadisaputra@gmail.com Mansur elcmansur@gmail.com Dr. Siti Fadjarajani sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Andy Rachman andy.rach1910@itats.ac.id Dr. Ir. Siti Rochimah siti.if.its@gmail.com Lina Saptaria novateurp@gmail.com Rizky Arief Shobirin novateurp@gmail.com Suciana Wijirahayu sucianawijirahayu@uhamka.ac.id Rokhmani rokhman@uhamka.ac.id Wa Ode Sifatu sifatuwaode@gmail.com Dr. Taha Shabbir novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Sabir Ahmed novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Sana Shahid novateurp@gmail.com Umair Ansari novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Arjumand Zehra novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Yasmeen Sultana Farooqi novateurp@gmail.com <p>This study aims to examine and analyze in-depth the elements of efficacy and explore the positive characters embodied in the teaching and learning process in Elementary School Teacher Education, State University of Semarang. Efficacy plays a significant role in everyday life, and a person will be able to use his potential optimally if self-efficacy supports it. One aspect of life that is influenced by self-efficacy is an achievement. Achievement and self-efficacy relate to a person's belief in exercising personal control over motivation, cognition, affection for his or her social environment, being able to carry out tasks, achieve goals, or overcome obstacles. This study uses a phenomenological qualitative approach. The participants were five students, and the data collection process was carried out through interviews, observations, and documentation. The results showed that UNNES Elementary School Teacher Education students directed their actions to positive things based on experience during the learning process</p> 2021-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Sri Sukasih, Noening Andrijati, Arini Estiastuti, Dewi Nilam Tyas, Dr. Muhammad Isman Jusuf https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/45 THE INFLUENCE OF THE FAMILY ON THE FORMATION STUDENT PERSONALITIES 2021-06-19T05:11:40+00:00 Rakhmanova Dilfuza Mahmudovna rakhmanova@gmail.com <p>The family is the first basic social stage in human life, which plays a major role in the formation of the consciousness, will and feelings of the child. Parents help their children to acquire the first life experience, acquire skills and abilities in social life. The family can be both a positive factor in upbringing and a negative one, and the main problem is precisely the need to combine the functions of the living environment and the upbringing environment.Thanks to the family, the maintenance of society is carried out, patriotic and civic education, as well as teaching the basics of family relationships are its main functions. Family education, which forms the personality and is received from parents, cannot be fully replaced by the educational process in an educational institution.</p> 2021-06-19T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Rakhmanova Dilfuza Mahmudovna https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/44 PYRIMIDINE BASES AND THEIR REACTIVITY 2021-06-18T10:30:46+00:00 H. NURBOYEV nurboyev@gmail.com K. KHALIKOV Khakimov@ymail.com M. ISAKULOVA isakulova@gmail.com D. TOSHMURODOV toshmurodov@gmail.com F. Oripov oripov@gmail.com <p>In this monograph, the authors systematized and analyzed pyrimidine compounds, scientific literature and total of their own research in the field of fine organic synthesis of new derivatives of pyrimidine base containing oxo, thioxo, amino, methylthio, and selenoxopyrimidinones-4.</p> <p>In addition, the authors have shown that most of the considered compounds exhibit various herbicidal, fungicidal and defoliant properties.</p> <p>Many of them are recommended for use in various branches of science, including medicine, agriculture and folk economy.</p> <p>The monograph will be useful for teachers of chemical and medical universities, as well as scientific colleagues, masters and doctoral students.</p> 2021-06-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 H. NURBOYEV, K. KHALIKOV, M. ISAKULOVA, D. TOSHMURODOV, F. Oripov https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/43 IMPACT OF ‘OPEN DATA’ ON SOCIAL POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF UNITED KINGDOM 2021-05-08T13:13:30+00:00 Dr. Taha Shabbir tahashabbir51@gmail.com <p>It is very important for any country of the world to undergo developmental projects in order to prosper greatly. They must ensure that their people are living under a good socio-political environment that could grant them safety. However, it varies from region to region and place to place. UK as a country is a big economy which is capable of giving its people the type of security they need. For this purpose, various types of strategies have been emphasized which enable the government to look for the benefit of its people. Open data system is one of these important developments which have been initiated within the setup of UK, that provide huge access to databases. There are online databases which have the potential for empowering their people so that they can move ahead in their lives. It improves their learning and knowledge, and gives them the opportunity to think ‘out of box’. It also brings them the ability to polish their learning skills and take the concession to take things out of their resources and utilize them fully. Although, there is some compulsion on the use of private data sources, yet it is necessary for us to know that not all data are confidential. Hence, this type of open data is integral for the people to get input from and make use of it accordingly. The research looks into the pros and cons of using open data systems to measure its impacts on the social and political development in UK. The use of open data system is not only beneficial for the people to perform their daily life tasks; it is important to evade corruption also. In other words, these open systems foster great accountability of national institutions. So, there is feeble chance of witnessing the element of corruption in the society that could cause chaos in the nation. The use of open data systems is important for creating rapid growth of innovation and creativity. It has been seen to play a big part in establishing a trend of innovative growth pushed by the availability of these resources.</p> 2021-05-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Dr. Taha Shabbir https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/42 THE ART OF ENTREPRENEURS TO SURVIVE DURING PANDEMIC COVID-19 2021-05-07T07:01:18+00:00 Elisabeth Surbakti elisabethsurbakti@gmail.com Irma Irayanti irmairayanti@iainkendari.ac.id Leni saleh salehleni8@gmail.com Robetmi Jumpakita Pinem robetmi@lecturer.undip.ac.id Roymon Panjaitan roymon@stekom.ac.id Sri Mulyono novateurp@gmail.com Eska Prima Monique Damarsiwi ds.monique@gmail.com Mimi Kurnia Nengsih mimikurnianengsih@gmail.com Arleti M. Apin arletimapin@gmail.com Belinda Sukapura Dewi novateurp@gmail.com Ariesa Pandanwangi novateurp@gmail.com Nuning Damayanti novateurp@gmail.com Intan Noviantari Manyoe intan.manyoe@ung.ac.id Siti Suhartini S. Napu sitinapu4@gmail.com Tiggi Choanji tiggich@eng.uir.ac.id <p class="Default" style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: 10.0pt;">Entrepreneurship as an endeavor to create value through the introduction of business opportunities, appropriate risk-taking management, and through communication and management skills to mobilize people, money, and other raw materials or resources needed to produce projects to run well. An entrepreneur, a person who has sales skills, starts offering ideas up to commodity services. As an independent business actor in the form of health services, he is required to know well business management. A midwife who opens an independent practice in accordance with their expertise can be called an entrepreneur (Vocational entrepreneurship). Entrepreneurship principles that are held firmly, can help the management of the Midwife Practice to be able to produce promising profits. Being a midwife who is superior in the field of entrepreneurship / interprenuership in the form of independent practice is able to create jobs, especially entrepreneurs engaged in midwifery services [1] Midwives as independent business actors are required to be able to be managerial and business executors, supported by the ability to make plans based on a vision that is implemented strategically and have good personal abilities to achieve success. It is hoped that midwives will be able to provide professional health services, be able to manage service management, and have an entrepreneurial spirit [2] Opening an independent home practice, trying to boost new innovations in business management, starting with the existence of capital, medical devices, room arrangement, financial management, and others, so that the expected profit can be realized without reducing the quality of service provided given [3] Opening a Midwife Practice is a form of community service, both from a social perspective and to apply the knowledge that is owned with the hope of increasing the degree of public health, especially maternal and child health. The COVID-19 pandemic situation requires health workers including midwives to adapt to continue to serve patients optimally, providing maternal and child health services from the Independent Midwives Practice (PMB). (ulfah) Based on the central IBI report as of June 7, 2020, there were 974 out of 9,296 PMBs that closed their practice locations. Maternal and child health services at Praktik Mandiri Midwives during the COVID-19 pandemic continue to encourage midwives and patients to continue to carry out services in accordance with health protocols [4]</span></p> 2021-05-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Elisabeth Surbakti, Irma Irayanti, Leni saleh, Robetmi Jumpakita Pinem, Roymon Panjaitan, Sri Mulyono https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/41 COMMUNITY SERVICE IN THE MIDST OF THE COVID-19 2021-04-22T11:58:37+00:00 Elisabeth Surbakti Elisabethsurbakti@Gmail.Com Maida Pardosi novateurp@gmail.com Efendi Sianturi novateurp@gmail.com Andiyan andiyanarch@gmail.com Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman widyatmike@fkip.unmul.ac.id Sitti Inniyah inny2612@gmail.com Zulkarnain Anu Choube infozulkarnain@ung.ac.id Abd Hamid Isa novateurp@gmail.com Abdul Rahmat abdulrahmat@ung.ac.id Rusdin Djibu novateurp@gmail.com Muhamad Danial Suma muh.s1geologi2018@mahasiswa.ung.ac.id Cama Juli Rianingrum cama.yuli@trisakti.ac.id Ariesa Pandanwangi ariesa.pandanwangi@maranatha.edu Intan Noviantari Manyoe intan.manyoe@ung.ac.id Rita Prima Bendriyanti rita.prima@unived.ac.id Citra Dewi citravioleta04@unived.ac.id Desrio Windoro desrio25@unived.ac.id Juwita juwitarhazes@gmail.com Bunga Tri Suarningsih bungatri@gmail.com Ivan Afrianto iaffrianto@gmail.com Sri Sukasih srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Alfi Laila alfilaila@unpkediri.ac.id Hilmiati hilmiati@uinmataram.ac.id Erlinda Ningsih erlindaningsih84@itats.ac.id Anindya Rachma Dwicahyani anindya.dwicahyani@itats.ac.id Arlini Dyah Radityaningrum dyah@itats.ac.id Eky Novianarenti ekynovianarenti@ppns.ac.id Lusiana Gultom analusigultom@gmail.com Jujuren Sitepu jujuren.sitepu@yahoo.co.id Missiliana Riasnugrahani missiliana.ria@psy.maranatha.edu Raheni Suhita rahenisuhita@staff.uns.ac.id Budhi Setiawan kaprodipbi@staff.uns.ac.id Ani Rakhmawati anirakhmawati@staff.uns.ac.id Muhammad Rohmadi mamad_r76@staff.uns.ac.id Sri Hastuti srihastuti69@staff.uns.ac.id Kundharu Saddhono kundharu_s@staff.uns.ac.id Muhammad Ismanjusuf ismanjusuf1@gmail.com Ridawati Sulaeman ridasulaeman@gmail.com IGA Puja Warnis Wijayanti 1965ayuwijayanti@gmail.com Sitti Rusdianah Jafar sittirusdianah@gmail.com Fory A. Nawai forynawai@ung.ac.id Nina Lamatenggo novateurp@gmail.com Arifin Suking novateurp@gmail.com Siti Fadjarajani sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Ely Satiyasih Rosali ely@unsil.ac.id Darwis Darmawan darwis@unsil.ac.id Erwin Hilman Hakim erwinhilman@unsil.ac.id Dr. Paulus Tamaka, M.Si paulustamaka@gmail.com Ir. Kaharudin SARDJONO, M.P novateurp@gmail.com Abdul Wahab abdulwahab79@umi.ac.id Junaedi junaedi@ddipolman.ac.id Dr. Ir. Budur Latif, MT budurlatif@gmail.com Rosida Tiurma Manurung rosidtm@gmail.com Dian Wulandari dian.wulandari@unpak.ac.id Sumardi sumardi@unpak.ac.id Henny Suharyati henny.suharyati@unpak.ac.id Evi Hasim evih2015@ung.ac.id Dajani Suleman dajani_suleman@ung.ac.id Meylan Saleh meylan.saleh@ung.ac.id Suci Siti Lathifah suci.sitilathifah@unpak.ac.id Desti Herawati desti.herawati@unpak.ac.id Rifki Risma Munandar rifki.munandar@unpak.ac.id Annisa Nurramadhani annisanurramadhani@unpak.ac.id Wa Ode Sifatu sifawaode@yahoo.co.id Tambunan novateurp@gmail.com Lis M Yapanto Yapanto@ymail.com Munirah Tuli Yapanto@ymail.com Okke Rosmaladewi okkerosmaladewi@uninus.ac.id Didin Wahidin Wahidin@ymail.com Magfirah Aliyya Nur Imanna Tangahu magfirahaliyya@apps.ipb.ac.id Firmansjah Hasan firmanhasan1024@gmail.com Tri Ananda Erwin Nugroho erwin.veteriner.msc@gmail.com Wa Ode Sifatu sifatuwaode@gmail.com Nany Suryawati nany.suryawati@ukdc.ac.id Shah Mohammad Omer Faruqe Jubaer novateurp@gmail.com Nany Surayawati nany.suryawati@ukdc.ac.id Christian Wahyu Adi christian.adi@student.ukdc.ac.id <p>Basic health services in Indonesia have not placed adolescent reproductive health as a priority in health services, so it is necessary to carry out health education as an effort to increase knowledge and attitudes among adolescents. The aim of the community service: providing reproductive health education to adolescents, cervical cancer, and anemia in SMA Negeri 1 Kutalimbaru. Education is carried out so that adolescents maintain their reproductive health and are able to prepare themselves as future mothers. Reproductive health education is carried out from August to October 2020 while still implementing health protocols to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Stages of activity: field observations, identification of partner problems, offering solutions, planning and implementing health education. At the beginning and at the end of the activity, a pre test and post test were carried out. The results obtained: reproductive health in adolescents has a good knowledge of 73%, about 71% good category cervical cancer, and about 75% good knowledge about anemia. The attitude about reproductive health in adolescents is good 73%, about cervical cancer is good 72% and about anemia is good 74%. Reproductive health education activities for adolescents through pocket books to increase the knowledge and attitudes of adolescents in SMA Negeri 1 Kutalimbaru, Deliserdang Regency, an increase occurred. Reproductive health education activities for adolescents need to be carried out continuously by activating School Health Enterprises (UKS) in collaboration with the working area Puskesmas</p> 2021-04-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Elisabeth Surbakti, Maida Pardosi, Efendi Sianturi https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/39 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC OPPRESSION OF WOMEN: A MARXIST FEMINISM STUDY OF A DOLL’S HOUSE AND HEDDA GABLER 2021-03-26T08:21:37+00:00 MAJID IQBAL majid@gmail.com <p>The aim of this research is to illustrate the social and economic oppression of women in the light of Ibsen’s plays A Doll’s House and Hedda Gabler. On the other hand the research is based on the theory of Marxist Feminism which illustrates that the females are exploited socially, economically and morally. At the same time all the female characters especially the main female characters have been shown that they are used mere as a sex tool by the hands of the males and they have left with no choice. Even they are not given the human names rather they are treated as pets and that is the reason that they are not given the human names. Sometimes they are called as skylarks and sometimes dolls. This is the predominant view that females have no identity of their own and the plays under considerations are the true illustration of this view. This study mainly spans over five chapters where first chapter of the study is introduction that gives summary for the upcoming chapters. Second chapter of the study is literature review that contains the reviews of different writers and critics as well as the views of the researcher. However this chapter asserts to what extent the study is related to the reviews and how it is different from them. Third chapter of the study is theoretical framework which illustrates the basic postulates of the theory of feminism and its concerns with the present research. Fourth chapter of the study depicts the patriarchal oppression and women’s identity in A Doll’s House. The fifth chapter of the study is to depict the economic oppression and women’s psychological exploitation in Hedda Gabbler. In the end there is conclusion followed by the references.</p> 2021-03-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 MAJID IQBAL https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/37 Analyzing the Utility of Activity Based Learning through Reading Skills at Primary Level 2021-03-26T07:23:54+00:00 Shahla Bajwa shahala@gmail.com <p>As a global medium of communication, the importance of English has increased a lot in the present social, political and commercial contexts. With the advancements of IT in various spheres of society, English has become the only language for the world citizens. Because of its international demand and recognition as a world language, English has always been a part of our education system. It has become a dire need of modern age all over the world. As a receptive skill, reading is a crucial skill to master in order to be successful in one’s academic pursuits. Due to its impact, reading is an important skill cultivated in an English language classroom at primary level. The effectiveness of methods upon the development of Second language teaching and learning is unavoidable. At the other end, the commercialization of education has resulted with a plethora of materials flooding the language development arena, each claiming to be effective in its own way. As a result, field practitioners are facing a new dilemma; identifying the ‘best’ materials for their classes. Thus, it is beneficial for practitioners to acquire the knowledge of how such materials are produced. Such knowledge would develop the teachers’ ability to evaluate the potential of a teaching method and perhaps develop oneself. This research work is an exposure of the theoretical background and the developmental process in the production of reading skills. Some primary schools in Bahawalpur have adopted ABL in their classrooms to improve students’ reading skills. ABL is even claimed to be more effective in language teaching than traditional teaching methods. As this study investigated the utility of ABL about the reading skills of primary level students, it was also designed to maximize reading comprehension skills through activities. In the hypothesis of the study, the researcher suggested that ABL would bring positive change in the students' reading comprehension skills. The study adopted pretest-posttest control group quasi experimental design. Two primary schools were purposively selected and randomly assigned to experimental and control groups.</p> 2021-03-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Shahla Bajwa https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/38 Integrating Literature in ESL Classroom: A Survey Study 2021-03-26T07:30:53+00:00 Majid Iqbal majid@gmail.com <p>Teachers are perhaps the most critical component of any system of education. How well they teach depends on motivation, qualification, experience, training, aptitude and a host of other factors, not the least of these being the environment and management structures within which they perform their role. One of the main purposes of learning English is the ability to communicate effectively with other users of the target language. Teaching to communicate in real, everyday situations is very often neglected and students have little chance to practice ordinary language in the class. Many factors can cause the problem of the students’ language skills namely the students’ interest, the material, and the media among others including the technique in teaching English. There are many ways that can be done by the students to develop their ability in English. Therefore, teachers ought to provide learners with opportunities to improve their communicative skills. Although Pakistan experienced massive growth in enrollment soon after independence, such exponential growth has been accompanied by manifold challenges and dilemmas. The stimulus for the present study derives from the view that, in order to develop the capacity of students in the ESL language class, the teaching of language should be taught using literary pieces and should move away from a teacher-centered approach towards a student-centered one. Having used an activity-based and process-oriented integrated approach as a framework, the present study illustrated the impact of the proposed way of literature teaching in an ESL context. It was designed to encourage students to experience literary texts directly as a part of a process of meaning creation that develops their thought processes, imaginative faculties and interpretative skills and ultimately has a strong impact on their learning ability. Such a systematic approach to literature teaching in developing learners’ reading skills, therefore, is likely to enable teachers to have a more student-centered classroom. The present study also iii utilizes the devised teaching activities based on prediction initiating personal growth, in an actual teaching learning context in a selected research environment and explores students' responses to the proposed approach. The obtained data of the present study was collected through the administration of questionnaires which were analyzed descriptively. It was designed for the purpose of diagnosing pre-existing the subjects’ achievement in communicative skills. Besides, it is necessary to create an interesting and enjoyable atmosphere in the teaching learning process in order to make the students easier in improving their communicative skills. The findings suggested that application of the teaching approach proposed by the study notably changed the classroom dynamics in a positive way.</p> 2021-03-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Majid Iqbal https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/36 Anatomy and physiology of endocrine system 2021-03-24T09:19:10+00:00 Khasanova Dilnoza Ahrorovna khasanova@gmail.com Shadieva Shodiya Shuxratovna shadieva@gmail.com <p>The endocrine system – communication system in the body is a network of glands in the body that produce hormones, chemical substances released into the bloodstream to guide processes such as metabolism, growth, and sexual development. Hormones are also involved in regulating emotional life. They’re responsible for almost every cell, organ, and function in the body. If endocrine system isn't healthy, might have problems developing during puberty, getting pregnant or managing stress. Also might gain weight easily, have weak bones, or lack energy because too much sugar stays in the blood instead of moving into cells where it's needed for energy.</p> 2021-03-24T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Khasanova Dilnoza Ahrorovna, Shadieva Shodiya Shuxratovna https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/35 COTTON PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY 2021-03-24T07:27:29+00:00 JUMANOV D.T. jumanov@gmail.com <pre class="tw-data-text tw-text-large XcVN5d tw-ta" dir="ltr" data-placeholder="Translation"><span lang="en">This monograph is a scientific study of the growth, development, yield and quality of medium-fiber cotton varieties in the meadow-grass soils of the Zarafshan oasis, the ratio of fertilizers and the impact of irrigation regimes.</span></pre> <pre class="tw-data-text tw-text-large XcVN5d tw-ta" dir="ltr" data-placeholder="Translation"><span lang="en">At the same time, on the basis of the author's many years of scientific research, there is an analysis of scientific work on agrotechnology of high-quality production of medium-fiber cotton varieties.</span></pre> <pre id="tw-target-text" class="tw-data-text tw-text-large XcVN5d tw-ta" dir="ltr" data-placeholder="Translation"><span lang="en">The monograph is intended for agricultural workers, agricultural higher education institutions and college teachers, students, researchers, senior researchers, masters, specialists, farmers and the general public.</span></pre> <pre id="tw-target-text" class="tw-data-text tw-text-large XcVN5d tw-ta" dir="ltr" data-placeholder="Translation"><span lang="en"><br><br></span></pre> 2021-03-24T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 JUMANOV D.T. https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/34 Evaluating online Learning Challenges and Strategies 2021-03-23T08:04:08+00:00 Aries Utomo aries.utomo91@fib.unmul.ac.id Pietra Dorand Pietradorand20@gmail.com Andy Rachman andy.rach1910@itats.ac.id Sulistyowati sulis_tyowati@itats.ac.id March Angga Vehryza Wardhana andy.rach1910@itats.ac.id Ahmad, S ahmadsajale@gmail.com Alfi Laila, S alfilaila@unpkediri.ac.id Dr. Sri Sukasih srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Tera Noviantiningtyas Ripto Saputri srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Silvia Auliya srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Salsa Latifa Rahmasari srisukasih@mail.unnes.ac.id Zaharah novateurp@gmail.com Ibnu Sina novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Hj. Ihsana El Khuluqo Ihsana_khuluqo@uhamka.ac.id Ake Royke Calvin Langingi langingiake@gmail.com Grace I.V. Watung langingiake@gmail.com Julduz Ruland Paus julduz@unima.ac.id Juliana Margareta Sumilat julduz@unima.ac.id Hengki Mangiring Parulian Simarmata hengkisimarmata.mm@gmail.com Dr. Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman suzzane03384@gmail.com Ike Susanti suzzane03384@gmail.com Rahmi Munfangati rahmi@pbi.uad.ac.id Nurlaili nurlaili@fkip.unmul.ac.id Bulan Natalinda Bulanatalinda@gmail.com Mukhamad Nurhadi nurhadi1969@yahoo.co.id Abdul Wahab abdulwahab79@umi.ac.id Ainil Syafitr ainil_syafitri@univpancasila.ac.id Junaedi junaedi@ddipolman.ac.id Besse Arnawisuda Ningsi dosen00205@unpam.ac.id Irvana Arofah dosen00351@unpam.ac.id Muchammad Zaenal Muttaqin muchzaenalmuttaqin@eng.uir.ac.id Wiwik Ariesta wiwik.ariesta@ulm.ac.id Mia Aina mia.aina@unja.ac.id Uslan uslanspd@gmail.com Shanti Kumbarasari shanti_kumbarasari@polinatmi.ac.id Dyah Aminatun dyah_aminatun@teknokrat.ac.id Mishbahuddin mishbah_din@htp.ac.id <p>As we know, COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia still has been running since early March 2020. At this time, it has raised more than one million confirmed cases and also gives huge effects to all fields including Education. In responding the situation, Indonesian Government through Minister of Education and Culture chose and announced to hold long distance learning at home as a temporal alternative way in order to prevent COVID-19 spreading through schools or colleges (an official letter of General Secretary of Minister of Education and Culture number 15 year 2020 about guidance of learning from home during the pandemic), so online learning is chosen as one of alternative ways during this pandemic</p> 2021-03-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Aries Utomo https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/31 DEVELOPMENT OF PATRIOTISM IN STUDENTS AND INCREASING PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY 2021-02-15T16:10:47+00:00 UZAKOV AKROM AVAZOVICH novateurp@gmail.com MANSUR KHURRAMOV novateurp@gmail.com <p>The monograph enriches the content of the subject "Preparedness before the call" in the higher educational programs of the republic with modern components, improves teaching methods and patriotism in them and patriotism in them and patriotism in them.</p> 2021-02-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 UZAKOV AKROM AVAZOVICH, MANSUR KHURRAMOV https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/29 RESEARCH ON CYBER PEDAGOGY IN THE COVID 19 2021-01-31T13:29:00+00:00 Erwin Ardianto Halim erwin.ardianto@art.maranatha.edu Irena Vanessa Gunawan irena.vgf@art.maranatha.edu Intan Noviantari Manyoe intan.manyoe@ung.ac.id Siti Suhartini S. Napu sitinapu4@gmail.com Muhamad Danial Suma danial.suma2000@gmail.com Syahna Firdhaus Biya biyanafi@gmail.com Ivan Taslim ivantaslim@umgo.ac.id Aries Abbas aries@paramout.co.id Yuyun Yuniarsih yuyunyuniarsih79@gmail.com Dr. Julduz Ruland Paus novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Juliana Margareta Sumilat novateurp@gmail.com Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman widyatmike@fkip.unmul.ac.id Dr. Suryaningsi.M.H suryaningsi@fkip.unmulac.id Abdul Rahmat abdulrahmat@ung.ac.id Mira Mirnawati abdulrahmat@ung.ac.id Dr. Nurlaili, MP nurlaili@fkip.unmul.ac.id Permana Lestari permanalestari58@gmail.com Ahmad, S ahmadsajale@gmail.com Ake Royke Calvin Langingi langingiake@gmail.com Novianty Djafri novianty@gmail.com Syamsu Qomar Badu syamsu@ymail.com Dr. Siti Fadjarajani sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Ely Satiyasih Rosali novateurp@gmail.com Fuziawati, S novateurp@gmail.com Lisa Rakhmanina lisarakhmanina83@gmail.com Dian Kusumaningrum dian_ksn@yahoo.com Abditama Srifitriani abditama.srifitriani@gmail.com Supriyono supriunihaz@gmail.com Dinda Shafira Rahma Yasmin dinda.pnf@students.unnes.ac.id Mintarsih Arbarini arbarini.mint@mail.unnes.ac.id Froilan D. Mobo novateurp@gmail.com Wiwik Ariesta wiwik.ariesta@ulm.ac.id Uslan uslanspd@gmail.com Handy Ferdiansyah handyferdiansyah@umsrappang.ac.id Rasmita rasmita@upiyptk.ac.id Dr. Sana Shahid novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Sana Shahid novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Mujeeb Ur Rehman Abro novateurp@gmail.com Zafar Ali novateurp@gmail.com Muhammad Ali Panhyar novateurp@gmail.com <p>The Interior Design Department of Maranatha Christian University has successfully received funding from the Minister of Education and Culture and education to develop learning aids for Introduction and Development of Interior Materials. This course studies the characteristics of materials commonly used in interiors, so it is very important to use technology as a tool for delivery of material and props are delivered in various forms, both to be studied synchronously and asynchronously. Therefore, this program is developing a mobile Augmented Reality program to replace samples of physical materials as a learning aid in this course</p> 2021-01-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Erwin Ardianto Halim, Irena Vanessa Gunawan https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/27 SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF CROP ROTATION 2021-01-15T13:38:39+00:00 B.M.KHALIKOV novateurp@gmail.com S.T.NEGMATOVA novateurp@gmail.com SH.E.AKHMEDOV novateurp@gmail.com R.A.NIZOMOV novateurp@gmail.com Dr. (Er.) Parimita novateurp@gmail.com <table width="99%"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="509"> <table width="99%"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="509"> <p>In this book, the history of the agricultural system and crop rotation, the importance of crop<br>rotation, the method of conducting scientific research on crop rotation, the mode of application in<br>production, as well as the prospects of crop rotation in agriculture of the Republic are mentioned.<br>The book is intended for a wide audience of agricultural specialists, teachers and students of<br>universities, institutes and colleges, as well as readers</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> 2021-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 B.M.KHALIKOV, S.T.NEGMATOVA, SH.E.AKHMEDOV, R.A.NIZOMOV; Dr. (Er.) Parimita https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/24 Agriculture Developments- Initiatives and Practices 2021-01-07T10:35:44+00:00 Aadil Gulzar ehaan900@gmail.com Tajamul Islam ehaan900@gmail.com Ruquia Gulzar ehaan900@gmail.com Ismail Marzuki ismailmz3773@gmail.com Hasim hasim@ung.ac.id <p>Soil health management is essential for ensuring optimum crop and ecological diversity. Fertilizers emerged as necessary evil for crop industry, particularly the synthetic fertilizers which tend to persist in the soil system, affecting both soil microbial flora and fauna, thus damaging the soil health. Soil health is affected by a broad range of soil functions, such as rhizodeposition, bulk and rhizospheric soil nutrient content, soil organic carbon, pH, moisture, soil enzyme activities, and many others. Fertilizers play a crucial role in crop quality parameters when applied in optimum quantity. The detrimental effect of synthetic fertilizers will initiate from their manufacturing process, during which some toxic gases like NH4, CO2, CH4 etc. get released. However, indiscriminate use of these synthetic fertilizers for a significantly longer duration in the same agricultural field can result in soil deterioration and soil degradation and simultaneously leads to loss of beneficial soil microbes as well. Therefore, for sustainable agricultural production without polluting the environment, integrated approach which consist of organic manures and biofertilizers need to be properly used. The synthetic fertilizers should be blended with organic fertilizers can provide the higher positive impact on microbial population and soil health. Hence, optimum soil health is very essential for maintaining sustainability of agricultural production and soil microbial biodiversity</p> 2021-01-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Aadil Gulzar, Tajamul Islam, Ruquia Gulzar https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/25 Sustainable Developments in Agriculture and Plantation 2021-01-07T10:47:45+00:00 Junaid A. Magray novateurp@gmail.com Tajamul Islam novateurp@gmail.com Shabir A. Zargar1 novateurp@gmail.com Mansoor A. Malik novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Taha Shabbir novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Sabir Ahmed novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Bashir Ahmed Kalwar novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Syed Shuja Uddin novateurp@gmail.com Abdul Shakoor Chandio novateurp@gmail.com <p>Plant breeding is said to be one of the ancient and ongoing activities undertaken by mankind, who select plants and domesticated to quantify the production of yield and useful. The advent of civilizations paralleled the progress of plant breeding, although this has not been documented by the public. The reason may be lack of understanding of what plant breeding encompasses. With the course of time plant breeding was been formulated, but without losing the spirit of being art and science of manipulating plants for humans. This chapter discusses an over view about the concepts and the methods of plant breeding, No matter how big the pool of genetic information in recent years, the phenotype will continues to be important in the present and future</p> 2021-01-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Junaid A. Magray, Tajamul Islam, Shabir A. Zargar1, Mansoor A. Malik https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/22 Art And Design 2020-12-30T12:45:28+00:00 Ariani arianirachman@trisakti.ac.id Atridia Wilastrina novateurp@gmail.com Kelvin Febrian novateurp@gmail.com Ariesa Pandanwangi ariesa.pandanwangi@maranatha.edu Arleti M. Apin arletimapin@gmail.com Atridia Wilastrina atridia@trisakti.ac.id Ariani novateurp@gmail.com Dieta Maulia Rizkiana novateurp@gmail.com Cama Juli Rianingrum Cama.yuli@trisakti.ac.id Dewi Isma Aryani dewi.ia@maranatha.edu Nuning Yanti Damayanti nydamayanti10@gmail.com Nurul Primayanti novateurp@gmail.com Fontika Salsabila novateurp@gmail.com Monica Hartanti novateurp@gmail.com Berti Alia Bahaduri novateurp@gmail.com Irena V Gunawan irena.vgf@art.maranatha.edu Karna Mustaqim karna.mustaqim@esaunggul.ac.id Nurfitrianah Octavianingrum Raharjo Putri nurfitrianah@pascasarjanaikj.ac.id <p>Culture is the whole system of ideas and feelings, actions, and works produced by humans in a social construct, which are made their own by learning. The word culture comes from the Sanskrit word "buddhayah”, the plural form of buddhi which means mind or intellect (Koentjaraningrat, 2005). J.J. Honingmann in his book The World of Man (1959) distinguishes the existence of three "cultural phenomena", namely ideas, activities, and artifacts. This is then confirmed by the opinion of Koentjaraningrat (2009) which states that there are three forms of culture, namely; (1) the form of culture as a complex of ideas, values, norms, rules and so on. (2) the form of culture as a complex of patterned activities and actions from humans in society. (3) the form of culture as objects created by humans. The first form is the ideal form of culture. It is abstract, cannot be touched or photographed, its location is in the head, or in other words, in the minds of the people in the community where the culture resides. The second form of culture is called a social system, regarding the patterned actions of humans themselves. This social system consists of human activities that interact, relate and associate with each other in every second, day and year, accordingly to certain patterns based on customary behavior. The third form of culture is called physical culture, taking the form of all physical products and activities, actions and works of all humans in society. They are most concrete in nature and are in the form of objects or things that can be made, seen, and photographed.</p> 2020-12-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Ariani, Atridia Wilastrina, Kelvin Febrian, Ariesa Pandanwangi, Arleti M. Apin, Atridia Wilastrina, Ariani, Dieta Maulia Rizkiana, Cama Juli Rianingrum, Dewi Isma Aryani, Nuning Yanti Damayanti, Nurul Primayanti https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/20 DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL POWER OF STUDENTS ON THE BASIS OF LITERARY CONTINUOUS EDUCATION (ON THE EXAMPLE OF V-IX GRADES) 2020-12-23T18:46:53+00:00 FAYZULLAEVA GULCHEKHRA SHARIPBOEVNA novateurp@gmail.com Sapa Matchanov novateurp@gmail.com Roza Niyozmetova novateurp@gmail.com Kunduzkhon Khusanbaeva novateurp@gmail.com <p>This monograph is intended for teachers of secondary schools, students of higher education institutions in the field of Uzbek philology, Uzbek language and literature as a solution to some problems related to the content of the subject of teaching methods of literature, as well as serves to a certain extent to achieve a positive result in explaining the essence of science to students.</p> 2020-12-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 FAYZULLAEVA GULCHEKHRA SHARIPBOEVNA; Sapa Matchanov, Roza Niyozmetova, Kunduzkhon Khusanbaeva https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/21 Impact of Climate Change on Human Health in Developing Countries 2020-12-23T19:10:00+00:00 Aadil Gulzar novateurp@gmail.com Tajamul Islam novateurp@gmail.com Ruquia Gulzar novateurp@gmail.com Tabasum Hassan novateurp@gmail.com Susy Sriwahyuni susysriwahyuni@utu.ac.id Pesona Dessritina novateurp@gmail.com Yarmaliza novateurp@gmail.com Zakiyuddin novateurp@gmail.com Dian Fera novateurp@gmail.com Darmawan novateurp@gmail.com ELISABETH SURBAKTI novateurp@gmail.com Novi Lasmadasari novateurp@gmail.com Mohammad Hakimi novateurp@gmail.com Titih Huriah novateurp@gmail.com Muhammad IsmanJusuf novateurp@gmail.com Hj. Indirawaty Indirawaty13@gmail.com Rahman.A Rahmannasar63@gmail.com Kurnia Rahma Syarif kurniarahmasyarif@poltekkes-mks.ac.id Ns. Finni Fitria Tumiwa fhinny.tumiwa@gmail.com Dewi Farah Diba dewi_farah@hotmail.com Dr. Taha Shabbir novateurp@gmail.com Umair Ansari novateurp@gmail.com Muhammad Imran Hafeez Abbasi novateurp@gmail.com Rasool Bux Chandio novateurp@gmail.com Saeed Memon novateurp@gmail.com <p>The causes of climate patchy rope in heat up temperature, change in precipitation, degree of utmost conditions occasions like melting of glaciers, polar ice-caps, mount in sea levels, etc. These impacts eventually fall our income by touching the rations we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe and the earth somewhere we live. Frequent impacts caused fitting to excessive exposure of heat waves such as round stroke, dehydration, cardiovascular, respiratory and neural comborbidities. Climate conversion alters the ecology of vectors and these vectors are capable of have in stock causal agents such as viruses, bacteria and protozoa from animals to humans. Malaria, tick-borne encephalitis, fair fever, plague, and dengue obtain lengthened their geographical ranges as their carriers migrated to privileged latitudes. Droughts canister take part in adverse property on being health, as they over and over again suggest itself in mishmash with other sit out conditions, such as warm waves, wildfires and dust storms. Reduced water quantity may cause decreased water flow during periods of drought, encouraging the development of pathogens which prefer dry, stagnant environments. Altering climatic situation know how to be attributed to mounting international temperatures, spread in the dimensions of ambient fill up fumes and changes in the announce motion as mutual together. Extreme season and climate-related actions are famous to set off fundamental infrastructure failures, lucrative harm and relocation of communities, ensuing in a quantity of health problems.</p> 2020-12-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Aadil Gulzar, Tajamul Islam, Ruquia Gulzar, Tabasum Hassan https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/18 WASTE MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES 2020-12-05T12:13:25+00:00 Pallavi Bhardwaj pallavibhardwaj001@yahoo.com Ashutosh Tripathi novateurp@gmail.com Manju Rawat Ranjan mrranjan@amity.edu Pallavi Bhardwaj pbhardwaj4@amity.edu <p>The River Yamuna, in Delhi has degraded and polluted because of occurrence of increasing anthropogenic activities which majorly includes interference of excess amount of domestic wastewater. Delhi itself is known to be a major polluter as it discharges 79% of total pollutants in river. It is a major challenge in front of environmentalists to restore its water quality. A pilot study in summer season during May 2017-June 2017 was performed to analyze the present quality of water of river Yamuna in which number of pollutants were anlaysed which includes dissolve oxygen (DO), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) etc. Samples were taken from three various stretch of river Yamuna in Delhi. This chapter deals with the brief description of the performed study.</p> 2020-12-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Pallavi Bhardwaj https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/15 EDUCATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE SPIRITUAL PROCESS IN THE SPIRIT OF ECOLOGICAL VALUES 2020-11-27T05:27:14+00:00 S.Usmonov Nare novateurp@gmail.com M. Nuritdinova novateurp@gmail.com RAHIMKULOVA MAKHBUBA novateurp@gmail.com G. Fayzullaeva novateurp@gmail.com <p>This monograph is devoted to the problem of educating primary school students in the spirit of ecological values.The monograph is intended for researchers, teachers and students of general secondary and secondary special educational institutions, who are engaged in educating the younger generation in the spirit of our ecological national values in the system of continuous education.</p> 2020-11-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 S.Usmonov, M. Nuritdinova https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/16 LEVELS OF HADITH NARRATORS 2020-11-27T06:33:39+00:00 Ubaydullah Uvatov novateurp@gmail.com Doniyor Muratov novateurp@gmail.com Sherzodjon Umaraliev novateurp@gmail.com Davronbek Maxsudov novateurp@gmail.com Durbek Rahimjonov novateurp@gmail.com <p>This book gives a brief account of the lives of the hadith narrators and hadith scholars whose names are mentioned in nine reliable collections of hadith called "Sihahi tis'a". This information is one of the valuable and necessary knowledge that anyone engaged in the science of hadith should know. The book "Levels of Hadith Narrators" consists of four volumes, and this book in your hands is the first part of the work.</p> 2020-11-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Ubaydullah Uvatov; Doniyor Muratov; Sherzodjon Umaraliev, Davronbek Maxsudov, Durbek Rahimjonov https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/14 A SERIES OF THOUGHTS ON FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2020-11-06T05:35:14+00:00 Salmiah salmiah@usu.ac.id Nurul Nadhilah salmiah@usu.ac.id Nani Sutarni nanisutarni@upi.edu M. Arief Ramdhany m.arieframdhany@upi.edu Achmad Hufad achmadhufad@upi.edu Badawi badawi@umko.ac.id Agus Pariono guspri811@gmail.com Andi Yusuf Katili yusuf2801@gmail.com Mohammad Imran imransains02ars@gmail.com Tanti Kustiari anitadahadi@gmail.com Anita Yuliana anitadahadi@gmail.com Dhanang Eka Putra penuliskah.corresponding.author@gmail.com Fariz Zharfan Farizzharfan10@gmail.com Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahmat contact@novateurpublication.com Mr. Prasad Muley prasad.muley@yahoo.com <p>A SERIES OF THOUGHTS ON FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT</p> 2020-11-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Salmiah, Nurul Nadhilah, Nani Sutarni, M. Arief Ramdhany, Achmad Hufad, Badawi, Agus Pariono, Yusuf Katili, Mohammad Imran, Tanti Kustiari, Anita Yuliana, Dhanang Eka Putra, Fariz Zharfan https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/12 INSIGHTS OF LAWS AND GOVERNANCE IN ASIAN COUNTRIES 2020-11-04T09:46:24+00:00 Suryaningsi suryaningsi@fkip.unmul.ac.id HARI SAPTO ADJI hari.sapto@ymail.com Endang Sutrisno endangsutrisno94@gmail.com MC Inge Hartini pascaunswagati16@gmail.com Taty Sugiarti pascaunswagati16@gmail.com Helmy Fauzan Ifklal helmy_fauzan@yahoo.com Karyoto yotoahmad@gmail.com Nurbaedah nurbaedahkdr@gmail.com Wawan Herry Setyawan wawansetyawan@uniska-kediri.ac.id Joko Sriwidodo jokosriwidodo@ymail.com Prof. Dr. Asna Aneta asnaatiek.aneta@ung.ac.id Abdul Wahab Podungge podunggewahab@gmail.com Bishal Deb bishaldeb641@gmail.com Shah Mohammad Omer Faruqe Jubaer smofjubaer@gmail.com Shah Mohammad Omer Faruqe Jubaer novateurp@gmail.com <p>Insights of Laws and Governance in Asian Countries is a book presenting interpretation of laws in different countries in Asia. This book will present the case studies, the research in law and governence field.</p> 2020-11-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Suryaningsi, HARI SAPTO ADJI, Endang Sutrisno, MC Inge Hartini, Taty Sugiarti, Helmy Fauzan Ifklal, Karyoto, Nurbaedah, Wawan Herry Setyawan, Joko Sriwidodo https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/11 Variety of Learning Resolutions in the Covid 19 2020-11-02T17:56:29+00:00 Rika Endah Nurhidayah rika_endah@usu.ac.id Hari Ronaldo Tanjung harri@usu.ac.id Sake Juli Martina sake@usu.ac.id Seriwati Ginting seriwati.ginting@maranatha.edu Miki Tjandra contact@novateurpublication.com Hendra Setiawan contact@novateurpublication.com Musdalifah Musdalifah musdalifah25okt@gmail.com Elihami Elihami elihamid72@gmail.com Hasan Hasan achank.hasan80@gmail.com Ilham Assidiq ilhamassidiq25@gmail.com Umiyati Jabri umiyatijabri@gmail.com Handayani Sura handayanisura@gmail.com Fitriyanti Sulaiman phippydjarot@gmail.com Rusmin Husain rusmin.husain@ung.ac.id Henny Suharyati henny.suharyati@unpak.ac.id Rais Hidayat henny.suharyati@unpak.ac.id Agung Suryadinata henny.suharyati@unpak.ac.id Nani Sutarni nanisutarni@upi.edu Dini Handayani dinidjuuna.dh@upi.edu Achmad Hufad achmadhufad@upi.edi Sunardi nardilembang@upi.edu Endang Rochyadi endangrochyadi@upi.edu Muhammad Iqbal Fasa miqbalfasa@radenintan.ac.id Iriyani K iriyani@fkm.unmul.ac.id SKM iriyani@fkm.unmul.ac.id M.GIZI iriyani@fkm.unmul.ac.id Ismaniar ismaniar.js.pls@fip.unp.ac.id Nur Hazizah Nur_hazizah@fip.unp.ac.id Ariesa Pandanwangi ariesa.pandanwangi@maranatha.edu Alfi Laila alfilaila@unpkediri.ac.id Baharudin baharudinpgmi@radenintan.ac.id Rosida Tiurma Manurung rosidatm@gmail.com Titi Chandrawati titich@ecampus.ut.ac.id Dr. Fahrina Yustiasari Liriwati fahrina.yustiasari@stai-tbh.ac.id Sri Harini sri.harini@unida.ac.id Pravin R.Choube Choube pravinchoube@mmcoe.edu.in La Ode Sahara laodesahara1975@gmail.com Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahmat contact@novateurpublication.com Syuraini Syuraini syuraini@fip.unp.ac.id Silviana Silviana syuraini@fip.unp.ac.id Ilpi Zukdi syuraini@fip.unp.ac.id Sutirna sutirna@staff.unsika.ac.id Rina Marlina rinamarlina89@yahoo.com Kamal Prihandani k_prihandani@gmail.com Wahyu Edy Setiawan Wahyu.setiawan@fkip.upr.ac.id Luluk Tri Harinie novateurp@gmail.com Syahril Uhing novateurp@gmail.com Sutarman sutarman@unis.ac.id Jorge Muñoz Mederos mumj83@hotmail.com Elizabeth Acosta Gonzaga eacostag@ipn.mx Aldo Ramirez Arellano aldo_ramirez26@hotmail.com Elena Fabiola Ruiz Ledesma elenfruiz65@gmail.com Elena Fabiola Ruiz Ledesma efruiz@ipn.mx Elizabeth Acosta Gonzaga acostag@ipn.mx Lorena Chavarría Báez lchavarria@ipn.mx Dr. Froilan D. Mobo froilanmobo@gmail.com Abdul Rahmat abdulrahmat@ung.ac.id Dr. Taha Shabbir tahashabbir51@gmail.com Dr. Muhammad Latif tahashabbir51@gmail.com Dr. Rukhsana novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Shagufta Jahangir novateurp@gmail.com Dr. Shazia Sharafat novateurp@gmail.com <p>Variety of Learning Resolutions in the Covid 19 is a book presenting the various teaching learning methods implemented by the educators in different countries.&nbsp;</p> 2020-11-03T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Rika Endah Nurhidayah, Hari Ronaldo Tanjung, Sake Juli Martina, Seriwati Ginting, Miki Tjandra, Hendra Setiawan, Musdalifah Musdalifah, Elihami Elihami, Hasan Hasan, Ilham Assidiq, Umiyati Jabri, Handayani Sura, Fitriyanti Sulaiman, Rusmin Husain, Henny Suharyati, Rais Hidayat, Agung Suryadinata, Nani Sutarni, Dini Handayani, Achmad Hufad, Sunardi, Endang Rochyadi, Muhammad Iqbal Fasa, Iriyani K, SKM, M.GIZI, Ismaniar, Nur Hazizah, Ariesa Pandanwangi, Nani Sutarni, M. Arief Ramdhany, Achmad Hufad, Badawi, Alfi Laila, Baharudin, Titi Chandrawati, Dr. Fahrina Yustiasari Liriwati; Pravin R.Choube, Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahmat https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/8 Philosophy 2020-10-24T21:30:29+00:00 TATIANA SALIKHOVNA RASULOVA tatina@gmail.com <p>This textbook “Philosophy” corresponds to the first part of the standard philosophical program (Tashkent, 2017), and was developed on the basis of the lectures of “Philosophy”, which many years I teach at the State conservatory of Uzbekistan. This is one of the first attempts to write the special textbook for State conservatory of Uzbekistan and even more – for all the Higher Educational Institutes of the culture and art of our country. It is connected with the specifics mentality (thinking) students whose future profession will be associated with art in general and musical art particularly. That is why this textbook will help students of the Higher Educational Institutes of culture and art to acquire such difficult, immemorial and excellent science as philosophy.</p> <p>For teachers, students of the Higher Educational Institutes of culture and art, and everybody who is interested in history and theory of West and East Philosophy.</p> <p><strong>E-Book ISBN:</strong> 978-93-87901-10-0</p> <p><strong>Hard Copy ISBN:</strong> 978-93-87901-11-7</p> 2020-10-24T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 TATIANA SALIKHOVNA RASULOVA https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/5 ELECTRICITY PRICING IN RESTRUCTURED ELECTRICAL POWER SECTOR 2020-10-20T07:35:34+00:00 Abhas Kumar Singh contact@novateurpublication.com Dr. Y R SOOD contact@novateurpublication.com Dr. R K JARIAL contact@novateurpublication.com <p>This book present a method for allocating embedded cost of transmission to its consumers through transaction under deregulated environment of power system. There are many methods to calculate the embedded cost in different way and procedures. In this book there are comparison between those methods and try to find the fairest among them.</p> <p><strong>Soft Copy ISBN:</strong>&nbsp;“978-93-87901-12-4”</p> 2020-10-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Novateur Publication https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/3 MUNG BEAN 2020-10-18T14:34:13+00:00 B.M.KHALIKOV contact@novateurpublication.com S.T.NEGMATOVA contact@novateurpublication.com F.B.NAMOZOV contact@novateurpublication.com SH.E.AKHMEDOV contact@novateurpublication.com Dr.(Er) Parimita contact@novateurpublication.com <p>This monograph provides information on the biological and morphological features of mung bean, their history and current status, importance in the national economy, their role in increasing soil fertility, their role in crop rotation, classification of varieties of mung bean grown in the country, its diseases and pests and control measures.<br />This monograph is based on the data of modern science and experiments on mung beanes in the country, as well as abroad, as well as the results of research and observation conducted by the authors in scientific research.<br />The monograph is intended for agricultural specialists, students studying in this field, independent researchers, farm managers and the general public.</p> 2020-10-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Novateur Publication https://novateurpublication.com/index.php/np/catalog/book/4 Initiative of Thoughts from Indonesia to the World of the Covid 19 Era 2020-10-18T18:59:00+00:00 Elihami Elihami elihamid72@gmail.com Hari Sapto Adji hari.sapto@ymail.com Infa Minggawati infa41@gmail.com Lukas lukasinel@gmail.com Holla Franciska hollafranciska@gmail.com Frid Augustinus soewarno50@yahoo.com Somariah Fitriani somariah@uhamka.ac.id Bunyamin bunyamin@uhamka.ac.id Dr. Suryaningsi, M.H. suryaningsi@gmail.com Dr. Marto Silalahi, M.Si. martosilalahi70@gmail.com Ramlani Lina Sinaulan ramlanilina@gmail.com Yuhelson yuhels@yahoo.com Rika Endah Nurhidayah rikaen76@gmail.com Hasmela Revi melanasir@yahoo.co.id Lusy Tunik Muharlisiani lusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id Citrawati Jatiningrum usytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id Endang Noerhartati usytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id Nunuk Hariyati lusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id Erny Roesminingsih lusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id Ismaniar ismaniar.js.pls@fip.unp.ac.id Meylan Saleh meylan.saleh@ung.ac.id Novian Swasono Hadi nieno.poenya@gmail.com Endah Yulianingsih nieno.poenya@gmail.com Endang Sutrisno endangsutrisno94@gmail.com Taty Sugiarti pascaunswagati16@gmail.com Raisa Desti Ardyanti raisarei091293@gmail.com Indirawaty Indirawaty13@gmail.com Nelly Sulistiani nelly3@gmail.com Rahman Rahman@gmail.com Kurnia Rahma Syarif kurniarahmasyarif@poltekkes-mks.ac.id Wa Ode Sifatu sifawaode@yahoo.co.id Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman widyatmike@fkip.unmul.ac.id Dilla Tarasyabani Poetri dillatara@gmail.com Okke Rosmaladewi okkerosmala@yahoo.co.id Dr. Nany Suryawati ra.nany@yahoo.com Robetmi Jumpakita Pinem robetmi@lecturer.undip.ac.id Netty Nurdiyani netty.nur@polines.ac.id Mohammad Imran imransains02ars@gmail.com Faisal faisalmarsan98@gmail.com Mustaking takimmuhlab@yahoo.com Dr. Rusi Rusmiati Aliyyah rusi.rusmiati@unida.ac.id Oris Krianto Sulaiman Oris.ks@ft.uisu.ac.id Dr. Kuswarini Sulandjari ni kuswarini.sulandjari@staff.unsika.ac.id Dr. Iwan Setiawan iwan@gmail.com Marni Br Karo marnikaro.stikesmi@gmail.com Sulistyani Eka Lestari sulis_usb@yahoo.com Wawan Herry Setyawan wawansetyawan@uniska-kediri.ac.id Abdul Rahmat abdulrahmat@ung.ac.id Yones Eni Luawo yonesluawo@gmail.com Trisusanti Lamangida tri.susanti@um-gorontalo.ac.id Apris Ara Tilome tri.susanti@um-gorontalo.ac.id Widya Kurniati Mohi tri.susanti@um-gorontalo.ac.id Siti Fadjarajani sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Ely Satiyasih Rosali sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Eva Nurhayati sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Dimas Sihab sitifadjarajani@unsil.ac.id Samsiar Rivai samsiarrifai@gmail.com Setia Rini Yusuf samsiarrifai@gmail.com <p>Initiative of Thoughts from Indonesia to the World of the Covid 19 era is presenting how education and teaching-learning practices are to be modified to overcome the situations like pandemic. This book is published in e-book and hard copy format with ISBN number form India obtained by Novateur Publication, India.</p> <p><strong>Hard Copy ISBN:&nbsp;</strong>“978-93-87901-08-7”</p> <p><strong>Soft Copy ISBN:</strong>&nbsp;“978-93-87901-09-4”</p> 2020-10-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Novateur Publication