Report iCon-MESSSH’21

The 6th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’21) November 09-10 2021 (Online)
In association with CoSMEd-21 (SEAMEAO, RECSAM, Malaysia)

The Society for Research Development (SRD) organized its 6th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’21) dated 09th – 10th November 2021. The international conference was virtual in nature due to global pandemic. All the participants across the globe presented their research work through online presentation on WebinarJam, which was indeed a learning experience for all the attendees. The aim of the conference was to create space for educators and researchers around the globe presentation for sharing knowledge and discussion on current issues in their respective fields. The conference being inter and multi-disciplinary encourage and motivate young scholars to exchange ideas, knowledge and experience in the field of Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities. The major focus of researchers from USA, Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, Uzbekistan etc. was on sustainable development goals.

The Day-I began with SRD association in CoSMEd-21 with keynote address by Prof. R. C. Singh. The Day-II started with Inaugural Session of iCon-MESSSH’21 followed by three Sessions chaired by Dr. Venus C Ibarra (San Pablo Colleges, Philippines), Dr. Gunjan Jain (Westminster International University, Tashkent) and Dr. Corrienna Abdul Talib (University Technology Malaysia, Skudai, Iskander, Johor, Malaysia). The inaugural session started with the welcome of delegates by Dr. Rohit Khokher. Prof. R. C. Singh an eminent Professor of Physics, President of SRD briefed about SRD and iCon-MESSSH’21 and formally welcomed all the delegates. The session encompasses the Key Note Address of Dr. Subuh Anggoro, Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto, Indonesia on “Publishing High Impact Journals to Sustain Quality Education” and Two Invited Talk amongst which first was delivered by Dr. Miranda P. Yeoh from Malaysia on “What Sustains Researchers?” and second on by Dr. Sunantha Prime Teyarachakul, California State University at Fresno, USA on “Supply Chain Management with Learning and Forgetting – Form of Optimal Policies and Convergence Study”. The Inaugural Session was concluded with Vote of Thanks extending by Dr. Rajendra Kumar, Vice President SRD.

In three sessions the 08 more invited speakers delivered their talk from the areas sustainable development, artificial intelligence, machine learning, ICT, etc. Prof. Peter Chew, Biochemist, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia delivered his invited talk on “End of Covid-19 Pandemic and Prevent Impact on the Sustainable Development Goals”. Dr. Gunjan Jain, Westminster International University, Tashkent delivered her invited talk on “Covid-19 Exploring Post Pandemic Issues for Continuing Sustainable Quality of Life”. Dr. Manu Pratap Singh, IET, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra, India delivered his invited talk on “Machine Learning – A Multidisciplinary Approach for Solving Real World Problems”. Dr. Nalini Arumugam, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia delivered her invited talk on “Online Distance Learning – How do we Catch the Rainbow Amidst the Storm”. Dr. R. Indarjani, The Islamic University of As-syafiiyah, Jakarta, Indonesia delivered her invited talk on “The pretty butterflies as potential bioindicators to achieve sustainable city and community development”. Mr. Rahul Kumar (AI Scientist), Co-Founder, Apres.io, India delivered his invited talk on “Knowledge Graph Embedding in Industries”. Dr. Akshansha Chauhan, National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan delivered his invited talk on “Influence of Anthropogenic Activities and Natural Clamities over Air Quality, Atmosphere and Meteorology of India”. And, Ms. Iram Maimuna, Founder of E-Waste Social Private Limited, India delivered her invited talk on “Waste Management Industry and Way Forward to Ensure Sustainable Waste Management”.

In the Valedictory Session the Keynote Address on “Role of Multidisciplinary Research in Engineering Field” was delivered by Dr. Ajay Kumar, Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad, India. Dr. Khar Thoe Ng delivered her publicity chair address and focused on the vision, mission and practices of Society for Research Development.

More than 30 papers were presented in the conference in three sessions. Three papers were selected as best papers, one from each session. The presenters Alex Macario, Juvy Karen and Faruku Aliyu were named as best paper presenters.

The selected papers of the conference related to theme Sustainable Development Goals will be published in edited book to be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK.
Dr. Rohit Khokher, Secretary of SRD proposed a Vote of Thanks to all delegates, Organizing and Technical Committees for smooth conduct and huge success of iCon-MESSSH’21. The minutes of two-day Conference was delightfully and pleasingly managed by Aashish Jain.

Papers presented in iCon-MESSSH’21

S. No. Title
1 Keynote address on Publishing High Impact Journals to Sustain Quality Education

Subuh Anggoro, Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto, Indonesia

2 What Sustains Researchers?

Miranda P. Yeoh, Persiaran Bayan Indah, Penang, Malaysia

3 Supply Chain Management with Learning and Forgetting – Form of Optimal Policies and Convergence Study

Sunantha Prime Teyarachakul, California State University at Fresno, USA

4 End of Covid-19 Pandemic and Prevent Impact on the Sustainable Development Goals

Peter Chew, Biochemist, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

5 Covid-19 Exploring Post Pandemic Issues for Continuing Sustainable Quality of Life

Gunjan Jain, Westminster International University, Tashkent

6 Machine Learning – A Multidisciplinary Approach for Solving Real World Problems

Manu Pratap Singh, IET, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra, India

7 Online Distance Learning – How do we Catch the Rainbow Amidst the Storm

Nalini Arumugam, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

8 The pretty butterflies as potential bioindicators to achieve sustainable city and community development

R. Indarjani, The Islamic University of As-syafiiyah, Jakarta, Indonesia

9 Knowledge Graph Embedding in Industries

Rahul Kumar (AI Scientist), Co-Founder, Apres.io, India

10 Influence of Anthropogenic Activities and Natural Clamities over Air Quality, Atmosphere and Meteorology of India

Akshansha Chauhan, National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

11 Waste Management Industry and Way Forward to Ensure Sustainable Waste Management

Iram Maimuna, Founder of E-Waste Social Private Limited, India

12 Green Marketing Implementation in Small and Medium Enterprise in the Province Laguna: Sustaining Eco-Friendly Business

Marian P. Alfonso

13 Exploratory Research on the Role of Leadership in Green Management

Randall B. Pasco

14 Towards an Inclusive and Sustainable Flood-risk Communication Management Framework for Davao City, Southern Philippines

Karen Joyce G. Cayamanda

15 Green Practices of Selected Hotels in the Province of Cavite, Philippines

Alex Macario C. Cecilio

16 Students Awareness about Climate Change Towards Business Sustainability in Gumaca, Quezon

Marites C. Tanada

17 Teaching Innovation-Competency-Based Learning Materials for Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Student

Grace N. Aloner

18 Measuring and Sustaining Management Effectiveness of a College in Alabang, Philippines

Precy G. Baluarte

19 Sustainability of Information System: The Case of Document Processing Division,
Bureau of Internal Revenue-RR9B (LaQueMar)

Venus C. Ibarra and Jhenica Lira C. Alcantara

20 Sustainability of Online Selling Business in the City of San Pablo, Laguna

Adoree A. Ramos and John-John V. Aliwalas

21 Sustainability of Online Food Delivery in San Pablo City, Laguna

Arden J. Vailoces and Adoree A. Ramos

22 Sustainability of Public Transportation Operation in Lucena City: In the New Normal

Noemi C. Cuevas and Alex Macario C. Cecilio

23 Sustainability of Biogas Production in Laguna

Juvy Karen I. Rollo

24 Waste Management Practices of Selected Hospitals – Evidence from the Philippines

Gerald Mangundayao Magnaye

25 Environmental Sustainability Assessment of Drive-Thru Mahogany Manmade Forest

Lorena H. Garcia

26 Microfinancing Services to Income Steadiness as Perceived by Mini Grocery Stores Owners

Ismaela M. Bawica and Elaine Joy C. Apat

27 Awareness on Green Enterprise: An Input to Educating Public Transport Drivers in San Pablo City

Marierose P. Valenzuela, Marierose P. Valenzuela, Elaine Joy C Apat, Melinda C. Almazan, and Desiree L. Wagan

28 Enhancing Chemistry Undergraduate Students Creative Reasoning with Collaborative Learning via Adaptive Digital Game-Based Learning

Corrienna Abdul Talib

29 Interface among Nanotechnology, Chemical Composition and Biological System: the Need for Updating Schools Chemistry Curriculum

Nur Shafina Mohd Nor

30 Solving Coastal Pollution to Achieve Sustainable Development Goal: A plastic Debris Case

Faruku Aliyu

31 Module Development to Manage Noise Exposure: Analysis on Exemplary OSHEMT through Andragogical Approach

Nee Kah Khoo

32 Role of Multidisciplinary Research in Engineering Field

Ajay Kumar

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