International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research <h2>International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research</h2> <p>is an open access peer reviewed double blind monthly journal that provides monthly publication of articles in all areas of Engineering and Management. It is an international refereed e-journal.</p> <p><strong>Editor-in-Chief:</strong></p> <p><strong>Prof. Sonika Rathi</strong><br>Assistant Professor, BITS Pilani, Pune, Maharashtra, India<br>Email:</p> <p><strong>Editor:</strong></p> <p><strong>Dr. Tina Porwal</strong><br>PhD, Maharani Laxmibai Girls P.G. 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According to several studies, the selection of domestic travelers is influenced by factors such as the quality of the room, the location of the hotel, the level of security provided, the efficiency and helpfulness of the service staff, the available features, and amenities of the hotel, as well as the ratings and feedback provided by previous guests. This study examines the relationship between these variables through the utilization of non-probability sampling and quantitative research techniques, such as multiple linear regression and descriptive data analysis. The results underscore the significance of guest feedback, hotel amenities, and staff performance. Although the study acknowledges the importance of its findings, it also acknowledges the presence of sampling bias and self-reported social desirability bias. The present study investigates the decision-making process of domestic tourists when selecting resorts in Kalaw, Myanmar. This comprehensive analysis examines the various factors that impact the choices of domestic tourists in Kalaw, Myanmar. The results of this study have the potential to assist resort operators in enhancing guest satisfaction and gaining a competitive advantage. The present study holds considerable importance for the Kalaw resort industry since it specifically examines the preferences and interests of domestic tourists.</p> Hnin Yee Hlaing, Chompu Nuangjamnong Copyright (c) 2023 Hnin Yee Hlaing, Chompu Nuangjamnong Sat, 09 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 ASSESSING IMPACT OF DEMONETIZATION AND RERA ON REAL ESTATE SECTOR <p>The Real Estate Sector is an aggregate made up of the housing, industrial, office and retail sectors; wherein, housing sector plays the most significant role. At any point in time, this sector may not be at demand-supply equilibrium because of frequent exogenous parameters and several uncertainties present. Sudden announcement of demonetization on 8th November 2016 and implementation of Real Estate Regulation (and Development) Act (RERA), 2016 with effect from 1st May 2017 have severally affected demand-supply equilibrium in Indian Real Estate Sector. Demonetization has adversely affected the Real Estate Sector with cash transactions getting eliminated and wiping out black money from the sector. Further, implementation of RERA aims to create a more transparent environment for property buyers by increasing the accountability of developers and regulating the Real Estate Sector. Therefore, assessment of impact of demonetization and RERA on Real Estate Sector has become inevitable to understand volatility resulting into the sector due to them and perspectives of important stakeholders about them.<br />In this research paper, assessment of impact of demonetization and RERA on Real Estate Sector in the city of Pune has been carried out using analysis of Registrations of Documents, Revenue Collections, Annual Statements Rates and Market Rates of housing properties, and conducting primary survey of experts, developers, and buyers.</p> Dr. S. G. Sonar, Vaibhav L. Tapkeer Copyright (c) 2023 Dr. S. G. Sonar, Vaibhav L. Tapkeer Wed, 13 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 FACTORS INFLUENCING CATHOLIC FAITHFUL’S INTENTION TO REVISIT CHURCH THROUGH SUNDAYS ‘MASS ATTENDANCE AT THE ANNUNCIATION CHAPEL OF THE ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY OF THAILAND <p>This study examines the intention of the Catholics to revisit Church through Sunday Mass attendance at Annunciation Chapel of the Assumption University (AU Chapel) in Bangkok, Thailand. Religious values, sense of achievement, personal growth, cultural values, social interaction, preaching style, Church branding, physical evidence, and family support affect this goal. Data was acquired using online and printed surveys utilizing non-probability sampling. Studying the Catholics' intention to revisit Church through Sunday mass attendance at AU Chapel aims to guide Church leaders in meeting worshippers' expectations. By highlighting factors impacting the faithful's intention to revisit the Church, it supports the Catholic Church's mission. Multiple linear regression, and descriptive analysis were used. The study stresses personal and spiritual growth, physical evidence, religious values, and social interaction when revisiting the Church. However, sample, and self-reporting bias are noted. Methodology and Approach: Convenience sampling was used to select 114 respondents for quantitative approaches including multiple linear regression. Online and print questionnaires collected demographic and revisit intention data over three weeks. A Cronbach's alpha pilot test for questionnaire reliability was used with non-probability sampling. Findings: Personal and spiritual growth substantially affects AU Chapel revisiting intention (beta = 0.4249). Physical evidence, religious value, and social interaction also matter (beta = 0.2221, 0.2122, and 0.202). Research Limitations/Implications: Self-reporting causes sampling and social desirability bias. The study may disregard Catholics' intentions' subtlety. Leaving some elements out may impair understanding. Originality/value: This study expands knowledge of Catholics' Sunday Mass intentions at AU Chapel in Bangkok. It identifies essential criteria to improve Church responsiveness and worshippers' satisfaction. Its special focus on Catholic faithful preferences in AU Chapel affects the Church's mission in Thailand.</p> Yezouma Pascal Coulibaly, Chompu Nuangjamnong Copyright (c) 2023 Yezouma Pascal Coulibaly, Chompu Nuangjamnong Wed, 20 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000