A sample containing an alkali sulfate is dried, weighed and dissolved in dilute HCl. Barium chloride
solution is added in excess to precipitate barium sulfate, and the precipitate is digested in the hot
solution. The precipitate is filtered thr
Gravimetric analysis is used to determine the amount of substance by finding
its mass, then using the mass to find the quantity of the substance. One of the most
common techniques of applying gravimetric analysis is obtaining a precipitate from
Possible sources of error:
The order of extraction occured chronologically starting with benzoic acid, phenol and the neutral
substance. The melting point readings indicated that benzoic acid ,which re-crystallized, was indeed
pure and the melt
Maintaining the quality of Park Resources and
Resource Techniques and Evaluation:
Limit of Acceptable Change (LAC)
Visitor Impact Management (VIM)
Visitor Experience Resour
Within the overall leisure-service system, local public recreation and
park departments are usually designed the role of providing leisure
facilities and programs to meet community needs.
Such agencies, sponsored by township, county, municipal, or other
The park system today must serve a significantly larger and more diverse
Some parks and recreation assets built long before many of its current users were
The need to adapt has grown more urgent, complex management conditions
How to ensure adequate finance for capital
development (land/open space, facilities)
- Seek funding from multiple sources for parks and
open space acquisition and development.
How to make parks safe places (from crime,
vandalism, gangs, substance abuse)
Partnership is a voluntary polling of resources (labor, money, information and
etc.) between two or more parties to accomplish collaborative goals, interact
briefly on a common problem to those where multiple organizations are
presented in an ongoing ven
Utilization of a firms human resources to achieve organizational
5 function of HRM
Human resource development
Compensation and benefits
Safety and health
Employee and labor relations
STAFFING: is a process of an organiz
Some of the underlying principles of marketing :
A traditional definition of marketing (by Chartered Institute of Marketing);
The management process which identifies, anticipates and supplies
customer requirements efficiently and profitably.
The term mar
Financial/Fiscal Mgmt : the process of planning, gathering, and
strategically using money to support recreation, park and leisureservice agency operations.
It is essential that managers be thoroughly familiar both with the
accepted principles and practic
THE CONCEPT OF LEISURE, PARTICIPATION AND
Physical aspect of leisure
Cover a wide spectrum
The human growth and development are influenced by
two factors: GENETICS AND ENVIRONMENT
These factors will determine the human participation in
Historically, parks have been viewed as assets that were built and then
forgotten. Cities now realize these assets can turn into a liability if they
are not properly programmed and maintained.
Today, park and recreation systems are being viewed in a new
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P.G. Diploma Examination in Tourism and Travel Management, April 2009
Part I : Core Courses
Paper IV : TRAVEL AGENCY AND TOUR OPERATORS BUSINESS
Time : 3 Hours
Max. Marks : 100
Answer all questions.
THE MALAYSIAN LEGAL SYSTEM HIERARCHY
The Malaysian legal system hierarchy is mainly centered despite federal constitution of Malaysia. The
British Common Law has a great influence over this system and also the Islamic law but to a lesser extent
and no pol
Written & Unwritten Law
Malaysian law is derived from both written and unwritten sources.
"Written law" refers to the laws contained in the Federal and State
Constitutions, code or statute. The written laws are much influenced by English
laws as the Malay
ELEMENTS OF A CONTRACT
In Malaysia, our contract law is basically governed and enforced by the Contract Act 1950. The
remedy of specific performance presupposes the existence of a valid contract between the
parties to the controversy. The terms of the con
INNKEEPERS ACT 1952
An Act to provide for the relief of innkeepers.
[29 May 1952]
Short title and application
1. (1) This Act may be cited as the Innkeepers Act 1952.
(2) This Act applies to Peninsular Malaysia only.
2. In this Act, unless
Tourism and travel industry is one of the world'slargest and
fastest growing industries.
L E E O F This industry not only drive economic development ofa notion
but it also effect the political, sociology, environmental science of
IN a nation.
HOSPITIALITY AND TOURISM
INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPIERS SAFTEY AND HEALTH
ACT (OSHA) 1994
The hotel, restaurant and catering (HORECA) sector
is one of the fastest growing in Europe.
In 2004 more than 7.8 million people were employed
LAW of agency
Norazla abdul wahab
At the end of this chapter, students will be able to:
Explain how an agency relationship is created.
Explain the authority of an agent.
Explain the agents duty to the principal.
Explain the a
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
FOOD PURCHASING AND COST CONTROL
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
This question paper consists of four (4) parts
RIGHT OF LIEN IN MALAYSIA LAW (The Sale of Good Act 1957 )
The Sale of Good Act 1957 (SOGA herein forth) was enacted in 1957 and the statue was
applicable to sale of goods in peninsular Malaysia (East Malaysia), excluding the states of
Penang and Malacca.
JUNE 2014 QUESTION 3
Wak Joko has been appointed to run business in Sungai Merab by Wak Din, after few
years Wak Joko decide to resign. By the Section 154 - 163 deals with the termination of
an agency relationship. It may be terminated by act of the parti