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Volume 1, Issue 6 December 2013

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The Use of Theiles Rule in Modelling of Machines Performance in Manufacturing Industry
Author: Adedoyin Salami .I., Okeniyi,O.M., and Alabi Risikat.A
Abstract: Theil statistic can reasonably be assumed to give results that also track the (unobserved) evolution of inequality within industries. While the evolution of inequality in manufacturing earnings cannot be taken as per se indicating the larger movements of inequality in household incomes, including those outside the manufacturing sector An attempt to control word economy by industrialized nation of the world generated the idea of total quality management for every manufacturer products .Raw materials have been the major production requirement from the time immemorial. It is quite obvious that without raw materials there will be no production in any form. The modern plastic industry has developed to a great extent out of research to substitutes to rubber and some metal products. In fact, the use of plastic products has largely replace any item in this world presently. This research focuses on the use of non-parametric statistics in quality control on the usage of raw materials in production of plastic.Therefore this research,use the theiles rule in modelling the machines performance in manufacturing industry to determined linear equation on the products and defective items, theile’s method is use to obtain the regression equation Y = -40.236 + 0.0182X and from the result obtain it was discovered that about 2% of the materials contribute to the defectives product of the company ,we thereby concluded that company should use the quality materials to avoid defective item .
A study on changing consumer preference and satisfaction levels towards the Budget Airline, Tiger Airways and Air Asia; Competitive Prospective
Author: Naganathan Venkatesh
Abstract:In the international context, Air transport has played a pivotal role in global social and economic growth. The entry of low-cost carriers (Budget Airlines) had made a revolution in the Airline Industry (AI), with a different ways of operations compare to the traditional airline. In today's competitive market scenario, organizations have to understand the importance of building and efficiently manage its customers; since customer’s expectation are increasing due to many airlines competing with one another by giving better offers and services. Today’s AI has to focus not only at delivery of the service to the customers, but should also focus on satisfying the customers with the quality service at competitive price. To keep the customer satisfaction the AI need to be more innovative and come up with the necessary changes on the basis of customers perceptions. In this regard, the present study has been undertaken to find the passengers’ customer satisfaction regarding the service quality in budget Airlines. This paper will focus on the Tiger Airways and AirAsia as the two key budget airlines and I will do the comparison of their service quality through questionnaires, feedbacks and through personal interviews and the collected data will be consolidated to give a report on both the airlines customer satisfaction and their preferences. Further I will just highlight on the comparison of public (Government owned or Full service carriers (FSC)) and private (LCCs) with respect to passengers service on a global perspective. Finally recommendations will be given on the basis of the research outcome.
A Model for Effective Method for Teaching
Author: Dr. K.M. Saxena
Abstract:In recent years, influenced by processes of economic process, freeing, and innovation, organizations need solutions that exceed the skills of individual disciplines. Therefore, business faculties got to stimulate dialogue between lecturers of disciplinary BTech courses by making and sustaining new knowledge base BTech courses among standard BTech programmes, within which cooperative teaching can facilitate students to integrate numerous abstract frameworks and generate new applications of knowledge. specifically, cross-disciplinary team teaching of a standard BTech course offers the best challenge to the normal delivery structure. the aim of this paper is to contribute a theoretic, nonetheless sensible model of a team teaching method for a cross-disciplinary BTech course. exploitation goal orientation theory because the theoretical framework for the model development, alternatives for the course delivery strategy and structure area unit delineated . Also, development of student learning capabilities, necessary to capture the supposed learning outcomes, and pedagogy choices, which influence individual student/teacher expectations, area unit examined. Finally, individual student learning outcomes and individual team member teaching outcomes are nominal for assessment and acceptable course restructuring.





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