African Journal of Applied Research (AJAR)


African Journal of Applied Research (AJAR) is a non-profit international organization that promotes the development and enhancement of research in various disciplines of engineering, management as well as their interaction to applied sciences.

The mission of AJAR is to encourage interdisciplinary research in state-of-the-art methodologies and technologies within its areas of expertise. AJAR brings together scientists, researchers, students and academicians from all over the world who work professionally to upgrade status of human society by their ideas and research Potential.

AJAR persuades the research and development of innovative technology through excellence in education, research, service and practices. Through consistent services in research and development, this association successfully builds up strong correlation with academicians, scientists, researchers and industrial practitioners.

It is now esteemed as the brand name of quality and service among its peers. AJAR demonstrates a great interest in the nourishment of young scientists and their intellectual grooming.


More about AJAR

Papers relating but not limited to the following disciplines are welcome:

  • Engineering
  • Built Environment
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Food Science
  • Oil, Gas and Energy
  • Medicine
  • Statistical Modelling
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Applied Sciences & Arts
  • Business
  • Social Sciences
  • Humanities

All accepted papers will be published online and in printed forms. All the accepted papers of the journals will be processed for indexing into different citation databases that track citation frequency/data for each paper. These citation databases include:

Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic Search, eLibrary, Mendeley, and other databases.

Announcements

 

CALL FOR PAPERS FOR JANUARY 2017

 

JANUARY 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Applied  Research  Conference  in  Africa  Secretariat is  pleased  to  announce  the  Call  for  Papers  for  its fifth edition  of  the  African  Journal of Applied Research. African  Journal  of  Applied  Research  (AJAR)  is  a  non-profit  international  organization  that  promotes  the  development and enhancement of research in various disciplines of engineering, management as well as their interaction to applied sciences.

The  mission  of  AJAR  is  to  encourage  interdisciplinary  research  in  state-of-the-art  methodologies  and  technologies  within  its  areas  of expertise.

Deadline for submission is December 15 2016.

 
Posted: 2016-11-05
 
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Vol 2, No 2 (2016): African Journal of Applied Research

Table of Contents

Articles

MODELING OF THIN LAYER DRYING OF CATFISH (CLARIAS GARIEPINUS) IN CONVENTIONAL AND HYBRID SOLAR DRYERS DURING THE WET SEASON PDF
M. M. Bello, N. A. Aviara, A. K. Aremu
PERCEPTION ON FAIR VALUE MEASUREMENT IN GHANA: EVIDENCE FROM ACCOUNT PERSONNEL PDF
R. Amanamah, E. K. Owusu
THE INFLUENCE OF STITCH DENSITY ON THE STRENGTH, ELONGATION AND EFFICIENCY OF PLAIN SEAM IN A REAL WAX PRINTED FABRIC PDF
P. A. Danquah, M. E. Gavor
BUILDING MATERIALS AND THEIR ENERGY DEMAND: A CASE IN GHANA PDF
K. A. Gyimah, R. A. Oppong
THE CONSTRUCTION OF FEMININE IDENTITY IN FORMAL SPEECHES: AN ANALYSIS OF SPEECHES OF A FEMALE PRINCIPAL OF A TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IN GHANA PDF
C. Quansah
DECODING THE SYMBOLISM OF BOGOLANFINI, KORHOGO AND FON FABRICS PDF
M. Akrofi,, S. P. Ocran, R. Acquaye
Linkage between Indigenous Fish Processing Practices and Sustainable Fisheries Development: A Case Study of Northern Nigeria PDF
M. O. Adeogun, M., O. Adebisi - Adelani
Motivation and Improvement in Employee Performance in The Restaurant Industry in Ghana PDF
S. B. Owusu-Mintah, M. Kissi,
Traditional Architecture and Gentrification in Kumasi Revisited PDF
K. Twumasi - Ampofo, R. A. Oppong