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1 Hydraulic Design of Water Conveyance Structure at Choba Junction, East-West Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers States, Nigeria , Blessing Sasanya  Blessing.env@gamil.com Department of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria
The importance of water conveyance structure in the maintenance of public infrastructure cannot be overemphasized. These collect and convey water from various sources to natural water bodies to avoid the destruction of urban infrastructure as well as street flooding. This study aims to propose and design a long term solution to the problem of road infrastructure damage at Choba junction of East-West road in Port Harcourt. The area contributing runoff to the drainage channel was estimated from google earth map and a most economic trapezoidal channel was designed using the manning’s formula for determination of appropriate flow velocity and channel dimensions. The estimated area contributing to runoff to the channel is 45,414 m2. A total runoff discharge of 108 m3/hr was estimated and used for the design of the channel. The wetted perimeter of the designed channel is 1.52 m while the area of the channel is 0.33 m2. The hydraulic radius of the proposed channel is 0.25 m. The channel was designed to have a depth of 0.50 m, a freeboard of 0.30 m, and a bed width of 0.40 m. The appropriate implementations of these recommendations would forestall the constant damage of road pavements at Choba junction of East-West Road, Port Harcourt.
2 ATTITUDES, PERCEPTIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF STUDENTS IN DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY TOWARDS PRACTICE OF CASUAL SEX ,  Godswill Okoro  thomasgodswill23@gmail.com Department of Human Anatomy, Delta State University, Abraka    Wisdom Ikpama Department of Human Anatomy, Delta State University, Abraka     Great Owhefere Department of Human Anatomy, Delta State University, Abraka   Oke Dedekuma Department of Human Anatomy, Delta State University, Abraka  
Introduction: casual sex is sexual activity between people who are not established sexual partners or do not know each other well and as such, casual sex is becoming more common, developing into a societal norm for young adults. Methods: Data for this study were collected randomly from the Delta State University students in Abraka, Oleh, and Asaba campuses. The study involved 500 subjects, aged 16-27years. Only students from Delta State University, Abraka were allowed to participate in the study. Questionnaires were administered to the undergraduates in Delta State University Abraka, Nigeria. The questionnaires comprised of socio-demographic variables, such as the respondent’s age, religion, and marital status. Also, the questionnaire contains variables such as attitudes, perceptions, and implications on casual sex. The research method was chosen in order to facilitate the needed information for the study. Ethical approval was sort and obtained from the Ethical Committee of Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka, with Ref no: DELSU/CHR/ANA/45/7. Data obtained were analyzed with the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS, version 23). Results: The results showed that the majority of the students were within the age range 17-24years, (81.2%) and the majority were females, (61.6%). However, it was seen that majority agreed that they had boy/girlfriends, (54.2%), have heard of the word ‘casual sex, (80.2%), and therefore believed that casual sex meant random sex, (47.6%). Furthermore, the majority of the students strongly agreed that casual sex can lead to unwanted pregnancies (41.8%). Conclusion: Based on the findings, it can be concluded that students of the Delta State University considered the engagement in casual sex as dangerous to health conditions and also to students’ academic performances and hence supported campus campaign against casual sex.
3 Foreign Exchange Market, Energy and Gold Price Influencing Conventional and Islamic Indices (Pakistan Stock Exchange) ,  Muhammad Rehan  rehan.muhammad2626@gmail.com Ghaziosmanpasa University Tokat, Turkey  Jahanzaib Alvi IQRA University  Hanaa Ibraheem Hussein University of Duhok- UOD Collage of administration and economic kurdistan region of Iraq  
The main purpose of this research is to find out the relationship between stock indices i.e. Conventional and Islamic index which is taken as dependent variables and foreign exchange commodities. A further specific objective is to find out that selected variables are useful to predict each other or not. The sample is taken all conventional indices i.e. KSE_100, KSE_All, KSE_30 foreign exchange i.e. (USD, UK and EURO) commodities (gold and cured oil) from January 2008 to December 2019 as Islamic Index i.e. KMI-30 has started from October 2008 so data has been taken from October 2008 to December 2019 of Pakistan stock exchange. The unit root test has performed to check whether data is stationary or not and which test is appropriate for the specific data. OLS and Granger Causality test is performed with the help of Eviews10 to find the relationship between Stock Indices, Foreign Exchange and Commodities. This research determines that all conventional indices have a significant and negative relation with USD and KSE_100 index the only have a positive and significant impact with Cured oil, Islamic Index has only significant and positive relationship with Cured oil. Further, Granger Causality shows that the only variable is useful to predict the conventional and Islamic index which is USD.
4 Risk Management in ERP Implementation: In Context to Indian SME ,  Vivek Kumar  krs.vivek88@gmail.com Department of Business Administration, MAKAUT West Bengal.
There can be no great accomplishment without risk” said Neil Armstrong. Risk management is a very crucial and vital task in the current era of competition in business. In today’s fast-growing competitive world, the value of ERP systems has received great importance in Organization. The projects associated with ERP are quite risky. But, once implemented properly, it will give an upper hand to the organization. However, due to its degree of complexity and riskiness, the implementation of ERP has become a critical aspect for an organization to focus on its tracks in order to make its implementation successful by providing the organization a competitive advantage. Most firms in the Indian SME sector have less idea regarding the critical factors related to risk, that need to take into consideration for successful ERP implementation. The main goal of this paper is to provide help in identifying and mitigating the risks of ERP projects during its implementation phase. It also highlights the key risk factor in the ERP implementation phase.