Operations and Technology Management Undergraduate Research Symposium (OTMURS) 2021

The Department of Decision Sciences, FMSC, USJP organized the Fourth Operations and Technology Management Undergraduate Research Symposium – OTMURS 2021 which was held on 30th  March 2021 at the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce via online with the participation of dean, head of department, industry participants, academics from the other universities, staff members and students of the Department of Decision Sciences. The aim of this symposium is to open a stage to our research/internship students to present their research or internship project findings with theoretical and practical valuable to an audience of their peers, staff members of the department, and experts from the industry. The keynote speaker of this occasion was Prof. Saman Yapa of the Department of Decision Sciences. Following scholarly work were presented by the undergraduate researches at the symposium.

Acceptance of E- grocery Technology during the Covid 19 Pandemic       

W. J. D. Shashindi & C. W. C. Silva

Assessing Internal Service Quality Dimensions in Internship Programs: Mediating Effect of Perceived Organizational Support: With special refence to Sri Lankan university intern students

K.K.N. Keshani & T.M.B. Palawatte

Customer Acceptance of Internet Banking Technology in Colombo District, Sri Lanka

S. D. Perera & M. W. A. De Silva

Determinants’ Influence on Green Purchase Intention among Young Consumers in University of Sri JayewardenepuraS. Karunarathna & K. T. G. P. Madhusanka

Environmentally Friendliness as a New Dimension of Product Quality: Perspective of Vehicle Owners in Western Province

J.P.C.N. Wimalarathna & M.W.A. De Silva

Factors Affecting Manufacturer – Retailer Long Term Relationship Continuity in Sri Lankan Processed Meat Industry

A. S. Ranasinghe & L. H. T. De S. Wickramasuriya

Green Supply Chain Management Initiatives and Operational Competitive Performance of BOI Registered manufacturing firms in Western Province, Sri Lanka

S.M. Silva & K.A.D.I. Sudeeptha

Impact of IT Adoption on 3PL Providers’ Performance in Covid-19 Pandemic Period

E.A.K.S. Ekanayaka & C.W.C. Silva

Role of Innovation Capability on Information Sharing and Operational Performance

B.W.D.D. Madushan & G.M.J. Patabandige

The Expected Contribution of Industry 4.0 Technologies for Meeting the Post Pandemic Manufacturing and Supply Chain Challenges in Sri Lanka

W.K.G.J. Sewwandi & C.W.C. Silva

The Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on Export Performance of Apparel and Textile Firms in Western Province, Sri Lanka

K.A.I.C. Wasana & T.S.M. Amarasena


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