Global Academic Research Institute (Pvt) Ltd was founded in 2010 with the purpose of becoming the leading conference organizer in Sri Lanka. We have organized several International Conferences all around the world. Eve though we established recently, we were able to come to this position because of the spirit of our GARI conference team members and their creative and innovative ideas.

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International Conference on Commercial and Public Law

Law of Common Areas ( 4 )  

Patent Pools in the Light of US and EU Competition Law

By setting patent pools, companies can use their patents to collaborate in creating new technology. This can save their funds for R&D, and they can benefit from such technology, which would be hard to develop on their own. In some cases, patent pools are created, because companies want to gain revenue from licensees.

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Mr. Aleksander Karol Maziarz Kozminski University, Poland

Return as Restitution: Observations on Spain and Portugals Return Laws for Sephardic Jews

In 2015, Portugal passed a law offering Sephardic Jews Portuguese citizenship to redress the historic wrong of their harsh treatment under the Inquisition, and Spains lower house has recently approved a similar law.

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Jinan Bastaki School of Oriental and African Studies, United Arab Emirates

Copyright Law and Online Journalism: A South African Perspective on Fair Use and Reasonable Media Practice

The application of exceptions to copyright infringement in news articles that are published online has become contentious with the widespread practice of aggregation and curation in online journalism.

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Pamela Andanda University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

Election Rigging in Pakistan 2013

Electoral rigging has mired Pakistans democratic expansion, eroded political stability and contributed to the collapse of the rule of law. Facing domestic pressure for democracy, successive military governments rigged national, provincial and local polls to ensure regime survival.

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Mr. Riaz Pervez Prime Foundation Peshawar Medical College, Pakistan

International Conference on Election and Democracy

International Conference on Business Management and Economics

Management ( 1 )  

Hospitality Education in Nepal: Status and Challenges

Tourism and hospitality, a people pleasing industry; aspires skillful, competent and capable enough workforce for providing quality service. This can only be achieved through the quality education and training system exercised in the country.

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Shiva Prasad Jaishi,Chief Officer/Senior Faculty Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management

Banking and Finance ( 3 )  

Employees Response to Change in a Post-Merger/Acquisition

We sought to explore responses to change of employees within an acquiring and acquired organization. Our goal was to explore similarities and differences in attitudes of employees affected by change. We surveyed employees of an acquiring organization and employees of an acquired organization right at the time of the acquisition.

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Andy Bertsch

An Analysis of Mortgage Loan Approval with Customer Segmentation

A Mortgage loan is a secured loan on the borrower?s property. Of late, there has been numerous case of default in the Mortgage loan which significantly increases the Non- performing asset of the financial institutions like banks. This study examine the importance of factors such as age, number of dependents, time lag, tenure, Credit Information Bureau India limited (CIBIL) score, interest rate, loan, per capita residual income, education, gender and employment type on granting the Mortgage Loan.

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Anjali Sharma

Hybrid Banking the Path to Virtual Banking in Sri Lanka

How the future of banking will look like in sri lanka?
Will the society move towards branchless digital banking platform immediately? In the current banking context we see many banks investing on digital banking platform such as internet banking and smart phone banking as a strategy to increase the market share and the customer base.

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Marketing ( 1 )  

Marketing Margins and Market Efficiency for Vegetables in Malaysia

The vegetable industry of Malaysia plays an important role in meeting the domestic food requirements of the population. While per capita consumption of vegetables has increased from 54.1 kg in 2008 to 57.3 kg in 2013 and the countries self sufficiency level is estimated to have increased to 91.3% in 2014 compared to 58.4% in 2012, the efficient distribution of the food is an important consideration so that food security is ensured.

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Bisant Kaur,Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority, Malaysia

Business Ethics ( 4 )  

Moments Extraction from Implied Probability Distribution: Non Structural Approach

Quantifying economic uncertainty, i.e. an environment in which little or nothing is known about the future state of the economy, poses a challenge to both market participants and public authorities since it is not observable, but rather latent variable.

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Tea Poklepovi?(tpoklepo@efst.hr) Faculty of Economics Split, Department of Quantitative Methods Cvite Fiskovi?a 5, 21000 Split, Croatia

Responses to Changes in the Down Town Area of a Booming Midwest City

Borrowing the Organizational Change Recipients Belief Scale instrument developed by Armenakis, Bernserth, Pitts, and Walker, employees and owners of businesses in a quickly changing downtown environment were surveyed to assess similarities and differences in their readiness to change.

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Andy Bertsch (Corresponding Author) Minot State University

An Exploratory Study of the Participation of Women in the Southern Hospitality Industry of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is poised to be a middle-income country with a GDP at US$ 4500 by the year 2016. Currently defined as a lower middle-income country aspires to be a knowledge based high value economy. With economic growth envisaged at 7% in the coming years, Sri Lanka hopes to be the most popular country for foreign direct investment (FDI) by 2018.

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S.A. Nanayakkara

The Influence of Selected Personal Characteristics and Brand Image on Brand Proneness and Loyalty in the Meat Processing Industry Context

The main purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of selected brand personality characteristics and brand image of the cured meat products through consumer's proneness and loyalty toward the brand. The research included two major meat processing brands/companies in the Republic of Croatia and region.

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Mirela Mihi? (mmih@efst.hr) University of Split, Faculty of Economics

Tourism ( 1 )  

The Impacts of Guest House Businesses to Local Communities in the Maldives

Permission to operate guesthouses in inhabited islands for the Maldives was only granted as 2009 was ending. In 2010, there were 479 beds in 23 guesthouses. The amount of operating guesthouses in the Maldives is increasing at a fairly rapid rate. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, guesthouses increased at the rate of two to three guesthouses every month.

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Musliha Ahmed musliha.ahmed@mnu.edu.mv Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Studies The Maldives National University

Marketing ( 1 )  

Territorial Marketings Contribution to Regional Development: A Study of the Adriatic Region of Croatia

Croatia is a member of European Union and is classified as an emerging and developing economy by the International Monetary Fund and as a high income economy by the World Bank.

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Ante Matuli?, bacc.oec. Faculty of Economics, University of Split Split, Croatia

International Conference on Education and Distance Learning

Education ( 10 )  

Issues and Challenges of Teacher Education in India

Teacher education is an important area responsible for the transformation of human force into skilled human resources. It not only sustains the development already achieved but also helps to attain new milestones towards development for the mankind.

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Dr.Debasish Paul Government Kamalanagar College, Chawngte, Mizoram, India

Multi Point Entry and Credit System with Flexibility in Distance Universities

Due to development of information technologies, the distance mode of learning has become more popular due to ease of instruction delivery and flexibility in learning. Distance mode has opened the avenues for the masses to enrich their knowledge and skill to upgrade their living.

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Dr. MuralidharChandekar, Vice Chancellor

Application of Benchmarking in Higher Education Institution

Identification of highest standards of excellence for the products and services and try to reach them is the process of Benchmarking. It contains Internal, External, Collaborative, Best-in-Class and Implicit benchmarking. High Excellence in an organisation can be achieved with the help of Co-operative Methodology, Total Quality Management and Internal Assessment and Improvement.

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Dr. PrakashPatil

D-Care:A Mobile-Based Therapy Solution for Dyslexic Children

Mostchildrenwhohavelearning disabilities require assistance to solve their confusionswithletters,numbers,wordsandotherdayto daydifficulties.From allofthoselearning disabilities dyslexiahas placed top place in everycountry.

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KMDM Karunarathne

Incorporating Indigenous Culture in to Science EducationAn Example of a Non Conventional Science Camp

This study is an action research of the Taiwan Indigenous Science Education Action Plan (TISEAP) initiated by the Ministry of Science and Technology from Taiwan, R.O.C. The goals of the TISEAP are to promote the advancement of education in the sciences for indigenous people and increase both the pursuit of the sciences and an interest in the sciences for indigenous students.

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Chun-Feng Joy Lin Associated Professor and Director of Indigenous Educational and Research Center, National Pingtung University, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Use of Cloud-Based Services for Higher Education in Developing Countries

With frequent power outages and labor issues, maintaining a server room to provide information technology (IT) related services to students and staff without any interruptions remains a challenging task in all higher educational institutes in developing countries.

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R.G.N. Meegama

A model of the individual competency development of a manager

Digital technologies have already totally changed our media, banking and industry, so today these important changes are now needed and expected in our educational systems as well.

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Oldrich Kratochvil,European Polytechnic institute, Ltd.,Czech Republic
Iveta Hashesh,European Polytechnic institute, Ltd., Czech Republic

Innovative and interactive teaching methods for improving learning quality in higher education

Teaching and learning are the two sides of a coin or it is a mirror image of each other. The most accepted criterion for measuring good teaching is the amount of student learning that occurs.

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Samanthi Wickramasinghe,G.N. Upeksha Faculty of Information Technology Horizon College of Business and Technology, Malabe, Sri Lanka

Impact of virtual learning for improving quality of learning in higher education

With the evolvement of Information Technology the "Teacher Centered" traditional learning methodology has started to change to "Learner Centered" methodology. As per this change in learning process, the use of technology plays an important role to enable students to engage fully in their programme of study.

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Sunesh Hettiarachchi,TECH Computers,Nugegoda, Sri Lanka
Samanthi Wickramasinghe,Horizon College of Business and Technology (Horizon Campus), Malabe, Sri Lanka

Satisfaction of Clinical Placement for Nursing Learners: Empirical Evidence from Open University Malaysia

This study aimed to determine the satisfaction of clinical placement that the nursing learners experienced during clinical placement in Open University Malaysia (OUM). Face to face data collection methodology using convenience sampling was used to enhance the response rate.

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Rosnida Abu Bakar,Open University Malaysia,Faculty of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences
Yee Bit Lian,Open University Malaysia,Faculty of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences
Mohamad Afzhan Khan Mohamad Khalil Open University Malaysia, Open University Malaysia Business School

International Conference on Food Safety and Nutrition

Food Safety ( 6 )  

Revelation of Rapid and Non-Invasive Qualitative Monitoring of Microbial Spoilage of Fresh Chicken Fillets by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy

Microbial spoilage of chicken meat is considered as the most significant cause of meat deterioration. These changes are the expressions of biochemical activity of microbial association developed during the storage of meat. Most of the traditional methods are more time consuming and culture isolation is cumbersome.

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A.M.N.T. Adikari

An Assessment of The Hygienic and Food Handling Practices in a Hospital in Sri Lanka

This study was carried out to assess the knowledge and practices related to food safety and personal hygiene among workers in a hospital in Sri Lanka. An interviewer-administrated questionnaire, observations and discussions were used to gather information.

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Muhammad Saeed

Antimicrobial Potential and Application of Orange (Citrus Sinensis) Peel Oil in Chicken Patties with Improved Nutritive Values

Phytochemicals have got special attention of researchers because of their value in food preservation and value addition due to consumer preference. Orange (Citrus sinensis)is one of the important member of Rutaceae (citrus family), produced around the world and also grown in Pakistan.

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HojjatKarazhiyan Department of Food Science and Technology, Islamic Azad University, TorbatHeydarieh Branch, TorbatHeydarieh, Iran (Corresponding Author)

Some Theological Properties of Raisin Concentrate

One of the products derived from raisins is concentrated extract or raisin concentrate that has many properties and features and is considered as a valuable product in various industries in the world, including preparation of syrups, beverages, confectionery and baking and considered as a natural substitute for sugar which one of its advantages is its lower calories.

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A.M.N.T. Adikari

Food and Dietary Nutrient Intake of Pregnant Women in a Rural Community in Sri Lanka

Proper dietary balance of expectant mothers diet is necessary to ensure sufficient energy and nutrients intake for adequate growth of the fetus without depleting maternal stores. The aim of this study was to determine the food and dietary nutrient intake of pregnant women in a rural area in Sri Lanka.

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B.G.S. Jayarathna

Probiotic Enriched Soy Yogurt as a Functional Vegan Food

The demand for alternatives to cows milk is growing due to problems with allergenicity , vegetarianism, lactose intolerance andscarcity of cows milk. Consumers are highly concerned about the fact of transferring harmful substances through cow milk such as agrochemicals, growth regulators and dioxins.

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Maria N. Perez, F. Javier Llorens, Valentin Molina, Araceli Rojo Gallego , University of Granada , Montes University of Granada , Moreno University of Granada, Burin University of Granada

International Conference on Apparel Textiles and Fashion Design

Art and Fashion ( 8 )  

A Guide for Practice Led Projects: Exploration of Craft Practice with Textile Design

Before the separation of Pakistan, subcontinent was famous for its crafts around the world. The crafts of Pakistan are considered the pride of the country. All provinces are famous for its crafts but every province has its own signature style, especially in doing embroideries or printing and dyeing fabrics in different ways.

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Aisha Arshad Khan

Product Innovation for Customers: A Study of Innovation Process

Innovation is recognized as a mandatory requirement to enhance, distinguish and differentiate the products offered to create additional value as perceived by the customer within the fast changing business environment.

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Niromi Seram

Transport Properties of Integrated Textile

Clothing comfort is seen as a comprehensive concept involving the transport of heat, moisture and air in the fabric of interactions and the human body on the basis used material, design clothing and other parameters.

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Pavol Lizak University of Alexander Dubcek in Trencin, Slovak Republic

The New Product Development (npd) Process: A Systematic Review of Literature Applicable for The Apparel Industry

The New Product Development (NPD) is one of the key factors to gain and maintain the competitive advantage among leading industries. Consumers are demanding for value added innovative products for competitive prices.

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R.K.J De Silva

Comparative Study on Volatile Organic Compound Neutralization and UV Protection Property of Cotton Fabrics Pigment Printed with Different Ratios of Titania Nano Particles

This research is conducted to reduce air pollutants found in indoor and outdoor through pigment printed fabric. This is an attempt to target Volatile organic compounds as Air pollutants which are one of the causes of air pollution and global warming.

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Rabbia Hassan

Fashion or Famine

This paper addresses itself towards the progression of Fashion Trends overall the world. Human beings are the most superior intelligence dwelling on earth. Using this intelligence, they continually strive to make their lives more and more comfortable.

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Shabnam Majeed

To Study of the Percentage Absorption of Natural Dye on Dyeing of Silk with Dry Pomegranate Rind

The textile industry uses much different kind of fibers as its, raw marital some of this fiber was know and use in the earlier years of civilization, as well as in modern times. Many types of fiber are available some are natural and other are synthetic.

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Prof. (Dr.) Smriti Agarwal Amity School of Fashion Technology,India

Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategies: How the Fashion Programme Promotes the Attainment of Graduate Attributes

The demands made by globalization on higher education institutions are that they should go beyond providing learners with necessary cognitive skills and competencies, but prepare them for working in a knowledge society (du Pre 2009: 31).

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Ubaid urRahman