International Journal of Scientific Research and Management <h2><strong>International Journal of Scientific Research and Management </strong></h2> <p>IJSRM is a online&nbsp;open&nbsp;access journal that publishes articles in the field of&nbsp;Computer Science, Engineering, medical science, social science, economics, clinical research, mathematics, education,&nbsp;bio science, science, Management&nbsp;&amp; Arts . It is an international journal to encourage research&nbsp;publication to&nbsp;research&nbsp;scholars, academicians,&nbsp;professionals and students engaged in their respective field. The journal also provides an international forum to disseminate their knowledge.</p> <p>Our mission is to advance research by working to develop and maintain competence, ethics and integrity and the highest professional standards in the specialty for the benefit of the public. The Faculty seeks, through its activities, to bring about an improvement in research of the public.</p> <p><strong>Important notice</strong></p> <p>Authors can now directly send their manuscript as an email attachment to;</p> <p>All manuscripts are subject to rapid peer review. Those of high quality (not previously published and not under consideration for publication in another journal) will be published without delay. First-time users are required to register themselves as an author before making submissions by signing up the author registration form at journals website</p> <p>With the online journal management system that we are using, authors will be able to track manuscripts progress through the editorial process by logging in as author in authors Dashboard.</p> en-US (Mr. Mahendra Patidar) (International Journal of Scientific Research and Management) Fri, 03 May 2019 18:14:02 +0000 OJS 60 Correlation of Students’ Reading Comprehension and Geometry Thinking Levels <p>In Mathematic, student’s reading comprehension ability can be seen in their ability to change contextual Math problems into Math models. The ability of student changing a text which contain Math problems into Math models must have connection with their ability in understanding geometry problems. Considering that rigor level, the highest level of geometry thinking ability, a deep understanding and high rigor for student to understand the text. There must be a correlation between students’ reading comprehension ability and geometry thinking levels. The subjects of this research are 31 students of 10th grade in science class. They were given van Hiele Test to check their geometry thinking levels. The result of this research shows that the result of students’ thinking level test and reading comprehension test has 0.466 as coefficient of correlation which means that there is a positive correlation between both abilities, the correlation is not strong.</p> Yuan Ursulasari, Susanto, Sunardi, Nahrowi Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 03 May 2019 16:39:10 +0000 Development Of Laboratory Work Instruction For Junior High School: Borax Content Identification Using Natural Indicators <p>The main goal of this study is to develop a laboratory work instruction for junior high school, in particular in identification of non food additives, such as borax, in daily foodstuff. The method of development is referred to a four-step procedure by Borg and Galls. There are 94 samples of extract of leafs and flowers of various tropical plants that have been examined for identification of borax. Of these samples it is found that there are 4 flower extracts that indicate sensitivity to the borax content, namely <em>Ruellia Simplex, Curcuma Longa, Plumeria Ruba, </em>and <em>Portulaca Grandiflora</em>. In later stage of development the laboratory instruction were validated by academic experts and school teachers. The results of validation indicate that the guideline is suitable to be implement in laboratory works at junior high school.</p> Nanang Rahman, Agus Abhi Purwoko, Muntari Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 03 May 2019 17:03:31 +0000 The effect of integration electronic mind maps into Arabic language vocabulary’s lecture on achievements of fifth-grade students in Jordan <p>The study was conducted to investigate the integration of electronic mind map within the Arabic vocabulary instruction for fifth-grade students at Jordan. The sample included two classes chosen by the available method from the fifth grade classes in two schools in northern Jordan. One of the classes (29 pupils) whom represented the experimental group; its members studied using the strategy of Electronic Mind map. The other class (30 pupils) represented the control group. The researchers used an achievement test, as well as a collective interview conducted with the experimental group after the post-test. The results revealed that the computerized mind map reinforced students' educational accomplishment in Arabic vocabulary, increased their concentration and created the instructive process more interactive fascinating and gratifying and continue to learn. The study suggested the acceleration of the integration of mind maps in the Arabic language in several education stages. The necessity to produce schools with internet and pcs particularly within the second stage and also to require advantage of specialists within the field of educational technology to attain the highest-quality lecturers.</p> Akram M. Alomari, Mohamad E. Alhorani Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 03 May 2019 18:00:37 +0000 The Geographical Distribution of the Physical Properties of Surface Water in Al-Qadisiya Governorate <p>The qualitative indications of water is no less important than its Quantification &nbsp;indications, as the abundance of water is not enough in case of its bad quality, and a better example on this is the water of seas and oceans, as despite the abundance of sea and ocean water, yet it is unsuitable for various uses, as its salinity limits its usability, as well as the water quality has a disparate importance as to its uses, which is shown through the study of physical properties of a group of Al-Qadisiya Governorate rivers.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; In this research, (36) samples of water were taken, (18) samples in April represented the theoretical spring season and (18) samples in September represented the theoretical autumn season, three samples for each season and each main river in the study area were represented at the beginning, middle and end of the course in order to study the physical properties of the selected rivers in the study area.</p> Hajar Tahseen Ali, Prof. Dr. Salam Hatif Ahmed Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Wed, 08 May 2019 10:06:41 +0000 Improving of Offinso College of Education (OFCE) Demonstration Basic Four (4) Pupils’ Ability to Understand the Concept Rusting Through Activity Method <p>The objective of this action research was to enhance the understanding of pupils Offinso College of Education practice school. Because of the documented positive impact of helping pupils was purposely to enhance to understanding of pupils knowledge in the concept of rusting. He study involved to the observation, interview and questionnaire as instrument to gather information about pupils’ previous and current performances before and after the intervention studies was implemented. The researcher used activity based methods to assist the pupils of Offinso College of Education Demonstration basic four to overcome their challenges relating to the concept rusting. Based on the findings deduced, the researcher recommended that, activity oriented methods of teaching that engages learners should be employed to cause the interest of pupils to overcome their challenges in science, specially the concept rusting.</p> Victus Nangkuu * Dip. Sampson Adjei Kankam , Med. Kwame B. Bour, Francis Boateng Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Mon, 13 May 2019 16:33:10 +0000 The Effects of Physical Resources on the Implementation of Inclusive Education in Public Secondary Schools – Kenya <p>Educational frameworks and Kenyan constitutions mandate schools to adopt; design and implement programmes that support inclusive education. Despite the inclusive education policy, disability remains a major course of exclusion in public secondary schools in Kenya. The study evaluated the influence physical resources towards the implementation of inclusive education in Kenyan schools. The study employed mixed method research design which uses both qualitative and quantitative methods. Purposive sampling technique was used to select 201 respondents from 18 extra-county and county public secondary schools that had enrolled learners with physical disabilities. Quantitative data was collected using questionnaires while qualitative data was collected through interviews and focus group discussions. A t-test was used to test the significance and determine whether to reject or accept the study hypotheses. An analysis of the findings indicated significant relationships between physical resources and implementation of inclusive education. The Linear Model showed a moderate positive correlation between human resource and inclusion. The model further showed that the rate of physical resource accounted for some variation towards the implementation of inclusive education. Creating an inclusive school where physical resources are modified and restructured to respond to learner diversity is a complex process with many inter-related elements. The schools should have a collaborative approach by creating back-up partnerships with parents, the community and disability associations. There is a need mobilize all key stakeholders to modify physical resources in order to overcome barriers that hamper access and participation in the learning process</p> Sr. Bibiana Ireri, Dr madrine Kingendo, Simon Thuranira Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 17 May 2019 17:25:04 +0000 How are healthcare demand determinants changing during the decentralization process in Cameroon? <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">L'objectif de ce document est d'analyser l'évolution des déterminants de la demande de soins pendant le processus de décentralisation au Cameroun. </span><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">À cette fin, une analyse des statistiques de résidus et de phi normalisées ajustées a été réalisée à l'aide des données des trois premières enquêtes sur les ménages camerounais (ECAM).</span></span></p> <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">Les résultats montrent que, dans le processus de décentralisation, les individus se sont éloignés des soins de santé traditionnels au profit des vendeurs de drogue informels, dont la fréquentation a régulièrement augmenté; </span><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">la demande de soins modernes publics et privés a d'abord diminué entre 1996 et 2001, puis augmenté de 2001 à 2007. En outre, une augmentation, puis une diminution du nombre de déterminants significatifs de la demande de soins peuvent être observées au cours de la période.</span></span></p> <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">Deux recommandations principales peuvent donc être formulées en vue d’améliorer la demande de soins: i) améliorer l’offre de soins grâce à une véritable organisation de la médecine traditionnelle, une lutte sans relâche contre la vente informelle de médicaments, une amélioration de la qualité des services et les ressources humaines dans le secteur public, ainsi que la collaboration et la synergie d'actions entre les différents prestataires de soins; </span><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">(ii) améliorer l'accès aux soins des ménages pauvres et des femmes par le biais de programmes spécifiques pour ces ménages.</span></span></p> Joseph Stéphane NGUIDJOL MA'A, Jean-Colbert AWOMO NDONGO, Hibrahim LIMI KOUOTOU Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 03 May 2019 16:25:27 +0000 An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Service Quality on Membership Retention in Medical Schemes in South Africa <p>Since the introduction of rice in Uganda in 1904, insufficient information has been generated on quantitative rice postharvest losses in the country. Such inadequate information has partly constrained decision making in developing the rice industry in Uganda. The objective of this study was, therefore, to generate quantitative postharvest losses in two major rice growing hubs of Albertine and Olweny. The AfricaRice postharvest loss assessment procedure was used in the study during the growing seasons of 2015 and 2016. Data was collected at harvesting, threshing, drying and milling stages on 10 rice farms and 10 rice mills in each hub. The most grown “NERICA-4” and “<em>Kaiso</em>, K98” rice varieties both in Oryza Sativa group were used during the study in the Albertine and Olweny hubs respectively. The results indicated that total physical grain losses at aforementioned stages in Albertine and Olweny hubs were 16.8 and 14.1%, respectively. This slight loss variation could be attributed to the different varieties and postharvest practices in these hubs. Losses at harvesting exhibited highest value 6.9 and 5.7% compared to threshing 4.7 and 4.8%; drying 1.8 and 1.4%; and milling 4.8 and 3.5% for Albertine and Olweny hubs respectively. There was no significant difference (p&gt;0.05) discerned in the losses between the hubs. Regardless of the rice hub, significant differences in loss levels (p&lt;0.05) existed along the postharvest operations. These results show that harvesting, threshing and milling were the critical control points in the management of quantitative rice postharvest losses in Uganda.</p> Dr. Louis Mosake Njomo, Prof. Cecils Anorlds Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Sun, 05 May 2019 11:33:02 +0000 Effect of Specimen Transport Network System in the Turnaround Time on Patients Tuberculosis Genexpert Test Results in the West Region of Cameroon <p><strong>Introduction :</strong> Specimen transport network system is a major tool in getting quick turnaround time for patient results in general and for tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis in particular given that TB is an airborne disease and any mismanagement of its specimens, sputum in particular, can lead to generation of aerosols, hence spread and infection of the persons transporting the specimens and the health care personnel receiving the specimens and the delay in the diagnosis leading to more spread of the bacilli and up to the death of the patient. It is therefore of great essence to establish a reliable specimen transport network system which is essential for effective TB patient care, allowing for rapid diagnosis, initiation of treatment and patient follow up in the West Region of Cameroon and Cameroon as a whole. This article is therefore aimed at establishing a better specimen transport network system to better the turn- around time for TB specimens in the West Region of Cameroon.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> A descriptive retrospective study by means of secondary data collection was carried from January 2016 to July 2017 on 1,130 specimens requested by clinicians before the GeneXpert instruments were introduced in the West Region of Cameroon and from October 2017 to July 2018 when two GeneXpert instruments were introduced in the West region. Request forms with date of test requested at the health facilities in the West region and results registers in which date results from the Reference Laboratory were communicated to health facility in the West Region, were used as the data sources to calculate the turn- around time (TAT).&nbsp; TAT was analyzed in hours and converted to days using excel.</p> <p><strong>Results :</strong> Results from this study shows an average decrease in turnaround time of patient’s results from 26 days when the specimens were tested only at the Reference laboratory in Bamenda to 7 days when two GeneXpert instruments were introduced in the West region with a total of 2 platforms where tests could possibly be done.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion :</strong> Re designing a better specimen transport network system and increasing the number of Xpert platforms not only in the West region but in all other regions of Cameroon, will reduce TAT for TB results to only 01 to 02 days, thus increase quality of prevention and treatment programs, thereby reducing costs and live savings of the population.</p> Ngala Solange Mudih, Bih Adelaide; Gamo Djouomo Francis Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 10 May 2019 17:37:46 +0000 Awareness on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Principles in TVET and University Hospitality Schools in Kenya <p>The purpose of this study was to assess the level of awareness on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) principles in TIVET and University hospital schools in Kenya. A total of 671 respondents participated in the study (Comprising 249 from universities, 250 from Institutes of Technology, 64 from Polytechnics and 128 from Technical Institutions). Primary data sources included using structured questionnaires, taking photographs, oral interviews, observation check list and focus group discussions. Secondary sources, on the other hand, involved retrieving information from desk research where journals, books and other relevant literature were obtained. Both descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyze the quantitative data while content analysis was used to analyze the qualitative data. The analyzed data were presented in terms of graphs and tables. The study found that 83% of the respondents interviewed were aware of the HACCP principles while 17% were not aware. The study revealed that (45%) respondents from Universities were aware of food safety and hygienic practices compared to respondents from TVET colleges at (38%). In testing the independence of institution category on awareness, the test yielded a <em>p-value</em> = 0.001, which was less than 0.05. Since the <em>p-value </em>was less than the level of significance, the null hypothesis of independence was rejected. This decision implied that there was a significant relationship between institution category and code of practice on awareness. The study concluded that even though the majority of the respondents indicated that they were aware of HACCP principles and food safety, they did not practice what they knew. It was recommended that there is need to create more awareness on HACCP principles and for food safety by holding workshops, seminars and sensitization programme to the stakeholders of hospitality industry</p> Dr. Monica A. Wandolo Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Thu, 16 May 2019 18:06:32 +0000 Development of the Recognisable Logo Design Guideline for Startup Brands <p>A logo is one of the basic components in a corporate identity or brand identity. It is the graphic representation of what an organisation is. A logo would manage to evoke the consumers’ memories. In this paper, Recognisable Logo Design Specification Guideline (RLDSG) is introduced as a process to establish the recognisable logo design that is incorporated with consumers’ emotions evaluation through the logo design perceptions for startup bramds. The RLDSG is a design guideline attempt to establish Recognisable Logo Design (RLD) towards the contribution to sustainability and successful brand logo perceptions. The investigation was conducted involving an existing brand logo design from Pos Malaysia to elaborate a logo criteria and recognisable factors of the logo. Logo design from Pos Malaysia showed that the entire element were significant to reach the recognisable logo design requirement. &nbsp;The verification signified from this process increases the ability of graphic designers and marketers to introduce a new logo based on design requirements and preferences.</p> MARIAH JOHARI, Raja Ahmad Azmeer, Mohd Shahrizal Dolah Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 03 May 2019 17:21:24 +0000 The Effect of Autocratic, Participative, and Delegation Leadership on Work Motivation of Indonesian Navy Personnel <p>The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of autocratic leadership style (X1), participatory (X2) and delegation (X3) on work motivation (Y) Navy Personnel. The research method used was a questionnaire with a sample of 55 people. Measurement of variables using Linkert scale techniques with 1-5 weighting values. To find out the relationship between variables X1, X2 and X3 to Y using statistical techniques correlation analysis, simple linear regression, and multiple linear regression, and to test the significance level using the test which is processed using the Statistical Product and Service Solution (SPSS) version 15 program. The conclusion of this study is that there is a strong influence from the autocratic leadership style, participatory and delegation on the work motivation of the Indonesian Navy Personnel. Then it was recommended to the Leaders at the Indonesian Navy Officers, to be able to maintain and continue to develop autocratic leadership styles, participatory leadership styles, and Delegation leadership styles to better achieve organizational goals. Increased work motivation can be done by increasing the ability of officers through training or leadership for Navy Personnel who have good work performance, giving incentives or rewards to outstanding soldiers and civil servants.</p> Heribertus Yudho Warsono, Budiyanto, Akhmad Riduwan Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 03 May 2019 17:44:26 +0000 Establish The Influence of Government Policies Strategies on Tourism Performance In West Pokot County <p>The research focused on the influence of government policies strategies on tourism performance in west pokot county in Kenya<strong>. </strong>The study was guided objectives-policy framework, provision of infrastructure, provision of amenities and conducive taxation strategy. The theory guiding this study is consumer choice theory. The study found out government policies should have a conducive taxation strategy to attract more investors in the tourism industry. The study &nbsp;recommends that the government policies should be friendly.. Areas for further research include another study be done on challenges facing domestic tourism which was not part of the study.</p> Tulel Cherop Patricia, Beatrice Ombaka, Kariuki Ann Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Sun, 05 May 2019 16:32:54 +0000 Violent death in the lives of police officers in Ghana; An evidence-based study <p>This article examines the recurrent and widespread spate of civilian attacks on police personnel in Ghana. It is an undeniable fact that police actions and inactions has led to civilian injuries and deaths in Ghana. Extensive media reportage on these incidences of police militarization and brutalities has painted the police service, albeit negatively, as an institution acknowledged for inflicting pain, torture, injury and killing of civilians at the least provocation. This perception has broken down police-community relations, which is one of the core mechanisms in crime detection and prevention in modern policing. Violent attacks on police personnel by a section of the Ghanaian public leading to injuries and in some extreme cases death, appears institutionalized.</p> <p>As a result, violent attacks on the police is not&nbsp; perceived as an issue, either because of the quietism of the police administration itself, or it could be that the media perceive these unprovoked attacks on the police, as part of the occupational hazards and/or a fitting retribution for the police. In either way, the lives of police officers matter, just as the lives of the citizens they are mandated by law to protect. This study thematically focused on the changing trend of violent deaths in the lives of police officers killed in the line of duty by civilian assailants or criminal elements within the Ghanaian society. The paper argues that violent deaths and injuries caused to police officers have not been given the needed attention due to the ongoing antagonistic relationship between the police administration and the general Ghanaian public.</p> Alhassan Salifu Bawah, Awaisu Imurana Braimah Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 17 May 2019 16:29:47 +0000 Execution of Motor Vehicle Fiduciary Assurance by Debt Collector <p><em>This study aims to find out and analyze the validity of the execution of Fiduciary Assurance by the Debt Collector in the form of objects of motor vehicle Fiduciary Assurance associated with the Fiduciary Guarantee Act and Financial Services Authority Regulations and legal protection against Debtors in the execution of the Fiduciary Guarantee by the Debt Collector.</em></p> <p><em>The results showed that: The validity of the execution of the Fiduciary Guarantee by the Debt Collector on motor vehicle Fiduciary Assurance objects was associated with the Fiduciary Guarantee Act and Financial Services Authority Regulation, namely: Dept. Colecctor who did not fulfill formal juridical Article 50 Regulation of the Financial Services Authority Number 29/POJK.05/2014 concerning Business Management of Financing Companies is formal juridical disability, so that all actions taken by the Debt Collector in carrying out its duties as long as it is about the execution of fiduciary guarantees have an unauthorized or irrevocable effect. Whereas if the fiduciary guarantee is not registered then it is null and void because the fiduciary deed has a time limit for registration, null and void considered never existing. It is considered never existed because it involves object certainty, and legal protection against debtors in the execution of Fiduciary Guarantees by the Debt Collector, namely: in the form of preventive legal protection including the obligation of financial institutions to register fiduciary collateral objects and employ Debt Collectors who fulfill formal juridical requirements in accordance 50 Regulation of the Financial Services Authority Number 29/POJK.05/2014 concerning Business Operations of Financing Companies. Whereas Repressive legal protection can be in the form of errors committed by the Colector Dept. can be in the form of a matter, firstly, the business license of the Financing Company can be revoked, the second is civilly the Business Entity of the Financing Company can be compensated and the third is Criminal Debt Collector can be imposed Article 365 The Criminal Code as long as the criminal elements are fulfilled have the ability to be responsible.</em></p> Azhar, Hirsanuddin, Djumardin Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 10 May 2019 17:20:25 +0000 Calling a Notary by Police Investigator Regarding the Relaas Deed Made by a Notary (Case Study at Unit I Pidum Sat Reskrim West Lombok Regional Police) <p><em>In Article 66 of Law No. 2 of 2014 in conjunction with Law No. 30 of 2004 concerning Notary Position (UUJN), namely: a. If needed by law enforcers in the judicial process, namely the investigator, public prosecutor or judge can submit a request for approval in order to summon a notary. The letter was submitted to the Honorary Board of Notaries; b. Within a maximum of 30 working days from the receipt of the letter of request, the Honorary Board of Notaries must provide the answer; c. If within the period of time determined by the Honorary Board of Notaries does not provide the answer, then the notary Honorary Council's silence is deemed to have received the request for approval. So that law enforcement can make calls to the notary concerned; d. After obtaining approval from the Notary Honorary Assembly, law enforcers are authorized to: 1. Request and take a photocopy of the Minuta deed and / or letters that have been attached to the Minuta deed in the notary deposit (notary protocol); 2. Calling a notary to attend the criminal examination process relating to the notary deed or protocol that is in storage. This type of thesis is normative juridical research that is descriptive analytical, meaning that a data analysis based on general legal theory is applied to explain another set of legal materials. </em></p> <p><em>Conclusion: 1. Investigators are authorized to examine Notaries, where Investigators are authorized to receive reports or complaints about criminal acts, seek information and evidence, order to stop suspected persons or ask and examine personal identification and conduct other actions according to law, they can also acting on the orders of investigators to make arrests, forbid leaving search sites and confiscating them. 2. The procedure of investigation is carried out on a Notary after reporting on the Deed made by a Notary, and in the report stated that the Notary has committed a Criminal Act as stipulated in Article 66 of the UUJN. However, the summons of a Notary as a witness, suspect or defendant after the investigator submits a written request to the Regional Supervisory Board and the request is sent to the Notary by making an excuse rather than calling the Notary as a witness, suspect or defendant. After the issuance of the new Notary Position Act, based on Article 66 paragraph I of Act Number 2 of 2014 concerning the current Notary Position, the summons made by the investigator is considered valid if the investigator mentions the reason for the summons clearly, and the caller is Acts that are accountable according to the law are not in conflict with the law, in line with legal obligations, reasonable, reasonable within the investigator's office, based on proper consideration and respect for human rights.</em></p> Lalu Henry Sarwoto, Lalu Parman, Aris Munandar Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Thu, 16 May 2019 17:42:24 +0000 Cyber Notary System in the Order of Norms in Indonesia and Australia (Comparative Study in Notary Service Improvement Strategies) <p>The purpose of this study was to determine the setting of norms about the Cyber ​​Notary system in Indonesia and Australia and to find out the differences and similarities in the Cyber ​​Notary regulatory system in both countries. This study uses a type of normative research; the theories used in this study are the theory of justice, the theory of legal certainty and comparative law theory. The approach method used is the conceptual approach, the legislative approach, and the comparative approach. Analysis of this study, using comparative analysis is to collect material according to the appropriate legal material about the problem being studied, and then compare it.</p> <p>Based on the results of the study that, the regulation of the norms regarding the Cyber ​​Notary system in Indonesia is in the Law, namely a. Law No. 2 of 2014 concerning changes to Law No. 30 of 2004 concerning Notary Position. b. Law No. 11 of 2008 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions (ITE Law), c. Law No 40 of 2007 concerning Limited Liability Companies, and for Australian Countries, how many Cyber ​​Notary Arrangements are explained in the 1999 / Electronic Electronic Transaction Act Transactions Act 1999 / ETA (Australia). The difference lies in Indonesia having its own rules in which there is clearly stated authority in carrying out the profession of notaries including in connection with the identification of transactions electronically (Cyber ​​Notary), while Australia does not have its own specific rules that explain explicitly the authority of notaries in serving Cyber ​​systems. Notary, because the service mechanism is part of the form of electronic transactions that are regulated in the 1999 Electronic Transaction Act / Electronic Transaction Act 1999 / ETA. The equation is seen in the Function, the Cyber ​​Notary System is equally a government regulation in the form of public servants quickly, concisely, and has the value of legal protection on all parties. in Indonesia with the Registration of Online Companies, through the Legal Entity Administration System or abbreviated as SABH, and in Australia with the e-apostille system. In terms of its objectives, namely the implementation of the Cyber ​​Notary system in the two countries, which are both aimed at raising the potential of the economy and trade inside and outside the country.</p> Tanty Maharani, Lalu Parman, Lalu Muhammad Hayanul Haq Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Fri, 17 May 2019 16:50:24 +0000 Authority of the Village Head in Efforts to Settle Land Disputes Based on Law Number 6 Year 2014 <p><em>The purpose of this study was to find out the procedure for land dispute resolution carried out by the Village Head, to find out the basis of authority of the Village Head in land dispute resolution efforts based on Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Villages and to find out the legal strength of land dispute resolution. This type of research is normative legal research. The theory used in this study is the theory of dispute resolution, the theory of authority and the theory of legal certainty. The approach method used is the legislative approach, case approach, and conceptual approach. Based on the results of the study that the procedure for land dispute resolution carried out by the Village Head was carried out in several stages, namely: 1. complaints; 2. summons of disputing parties; 3. the process of deliberation; and 4. formulating the results of the agreement in the form of a Joint Peace Letter. The authority of the Village Head in an effort to resolve land disputes is Article 26 of Law Number 6 Year 2014 concerning Villages and Law Number 30 Year 2014 concerning Government Administration. The power of land dispute resolution law carried out by the village head in the form of a Peace Letter on land disputes made by the Village Head based on what has been agreed upon by the disputing parties, it can be said that what is stated in the Peace Letter is valid and applies as a Law for those who make it, in this case the parties to the dispute. The agreements are irrevocable for reasons which are sufficient by law.</em></p> Tika Puspa Lestari, Ilwan, RR. Cahyowati Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Sun, 19 May 2019 10:10:25 +0000 Position of Acting Land Acting Officer in Collecting Customs for Land and Building Rights (Study in Mataram City) <p>In carrying out its duties related to the making of deeds, the Land Deed Maker Officer (PPAT) is directly in contact with tax issues because the procedure for making a deed requires payment of taxes before the deed can be signed. According to the provisions in the collection of Customs and Land Rights (BPHTB) collection fees using a self-assessment system, but in the implementation of calculations and deposits to the regional treasury it is not often entrusted by the taxpayer to PPAT. The problems discussed in this study are about the implementation of BPHTB collection in the city of Mataram and how the position of PPAT in implementing BPHTB collection. This research is empirical legal research with the consideration of obtaining a direct description of the role of PPAT in implementing BPHTB collection in the city of Mataram. The approach used is the legislative approach, conceptual approach, sociological approach. Data collection techniques by conducting studies in the field in the form of interviews, then processing data and analyzed descriptively qualitatively so that answers to existing problems are obtained. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the implementation of BPHTB collection in Mataram City is still done conventionally, namely the taxpayer completes the Regional Tax Deposit Form - the Land Acquisition Fee (SSPD-BPHTB) and submits it manually to the Regional Finance Agency (BKD) of Mataram City to do the verification process, then the taxpayer makes a payment through the reception counter at the BKD Office in the City of Mataram. The position of PPAT in BPHTB collection is as an authorized official in fulfilling BPHTB services, the intention is that PPAT in carrying out its position as a public official authorized to make a transfer deed of land rights has the right to refuse a deed if it is not submitted proof of BPHTB payment.</p> Rezha Yanuardi, Minollah, Muhamad Ilwan Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Sun, 19 May 2019 17:17:41 +0000 Configuring Land Rights Registration in the Agrarian Legal System (Comparative Study of Government Regulation Number 10 of 1961 with Government Regulation Number 24 of 1997) <p>Normative research concerning Configuring the Replacement of Regulations on the Registration of Land Rights by addressing the issue of ideology and Raison de Etre's rule of law gave the conclusion, that the Registration of Mastering Rights by the State should respect and recognize individual rights to land.</p> <p>From the analysis and discussion that discusses, conclusions can be drawn, that is the Right to Mastery over the Land held by the Government agrees if it has the power to connect the economic sector. More details can be found: Registration of land rights cannot be agreed with political policies on land use. In the implementation of PP 10 of 1961 the government seized people's land rights, then redistributed the people who needed it as agricultural land (in addition, this program of land redistribution was communicated to the government as an asset with public reasons; it found different political attitudes when implement PP 24 of 1997, namely: by regulating the fundamentals of a new government-finance and vice versa with the Pancasila Philosophy as a principle of Efficiency-Justice Actually it was implemented at the beginning of Repelita I by enacting Law No. 1 of 1967 (Foreign Investment) A comparable increase is needed with the people's prosperity which is relatively difficult to achieve (PP 10 of 1961) which seeks to increase government original income (PAD).</p> Sri Sunarni, Zainal Asikin, Widodo Dwi Putro Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Tue, 21 May 2019 12:52:45 +0000 Notary Authority Based on Article 15 Paragraph (2) Letter F of Notary Position Act <p>Notaries have a very important role in legal traffic, especially in the field of civil law, because a notary is domiciled as a public official who has the authority to make other deeds and authorities. One of the authorities granted is to make a deed relating to land, as referred to in Article 15 paragraph (2) letter F of the Notary Position Act.</p> <p>This research shows the authority of the notary in making land deeds in a narrow sense, namely the Power of Attorney Charges Mortgage (SKMHT) and in the broad sense namely the Roya Concert Act, the Right of Release Deed, the Declaration of inheritance rights for Indonesian citizens of the Chinese group. The power of attorney to impose liability the juridical implication is a power of attorney that cannot be withdrawn and does not end by any reason except with the making of the deed of rights to give the dependent. The deed of Roya concentration has a position as a substitute certificate of liability in the write-off of mortgage rights and has no executive power. With respect to the rights release deed, the juridical implications lead to the release of land rights from holders of ownership rights to individual land to the rights applicant, namely a private legal entity, first released to the state accompanied by compensation. Regarding the certificate of inheritance rights made by a notary for Indonesian citizens of Chinese descent the juridical implication is the basis for determining rights as heirs in the transfer of rights on the basis of inheritance.</p> I Wayan Tri Wira Wiharja, Amiruddin, Sahnan Copyright (c) 2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management Tue, 21 May 2019 16:18:33 +0000