Rahul Chauhan
Parul University, India

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Social system learning process: An insight in sociology Priyo Subekti; Aat Ruchiat Nugraha; Aa Hubur; Rahul Chauhan; Ruly Artha
International journal of health sciences Special Issue I
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53730/ijhs.v6nS1.7436

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Sociology is not a field that deals with the obvious. Apart from this view, sociology in essence talks about society, sociology is talking about society, or as stated by sociology studying society, the symptoms of society. In an effort to understand this goal, sociology develops an approach using certain basic assumptions, and based on these basic assumptions, foundations are built on which the theoretical perspective structure is built. Social system is an insight (perspective) in sociology; or as the conceptual model most commonly recognized and used in sociology. An insight is a point of view, a special way of observing something and arranging it in such a way that it becomes meaningful and understandable to us. Learning process is a complicated and complex process. A new theory of the learning process is proposed, based on the assumption that learning resembles a search programme using the branch and bound algorithm. There are various aspects that are interrelated and affect the success or failure of learning activities. Many teachers have taught for years but the activities do not provide much positive aspects for their students’ lives.
Plant organization system and the formal organization of the factory Rulinawaty Rulinawaty; Susie Perbawasari; E. Rahmat Taufik; Samsurijzal Hasan; Rahul Chauhan
International journal of health sciences Special Issue II
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53730/ijhs.v6nS2.7437

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In large Japanese companies, in general, the ratio between the number of people in one level of cement and the level below is roughly one in three. Namely a president with 2 or three people recruited by the manager who is responsible to him, and in charge of approximately 10 heads of departments. Each section is divided into approximately 3 sections and this section is divided into 4 sub-sections. Although the terminology used for these units varies from factory to factory, the general structure is the same. The one-to-three ratio usually applies at several levels of foremen, with at least two groups of first-line supervisors. The terminology used here varies widely, as are the boundaries of position, authority and responsibility. A common pattern is a work group of perhaps 10 workers led by a team leader whose job is roughly equivalent to the role of a team leader in some American-style jobs, although these positions usually carry no official responsibilities, but in some factories, have official titles and official ranks.
Programmed teaching attempted by means of an experiment Salomi Jacomina Hehanussa; Syahriah Madjid; Rihfenti Ernayani; Aa Hubur; Rahul Chauhan
International journal of health sciences Special Issue III
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53730/ijhs.v6nS3.7448

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In Indonesia, there have been many attempts to educate the nation. Efforts like that make it possible to serve the rights of the people who serve independence. Among other things, the right to get learning opportunities, as can be found in article 31 of the 1945 Constitution. If the Constitution states that such a right is the property of every citizen, this means that teaching must be equitable to all people. Equitable teaching broadly must pay attention to issues such as geographic size, equal distribution of quality, simultaneous presentation methods, and so on. Thus the effort to equalize education is something that needs to be supported not only by good faith, but also by intensive research and other concrete efforts.