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Skill Gap Analysis in the Ship Breaking Industry of Pakistan  [PDF]
Sayed Asghar Shah, Hadi Hussain, Mujahid Hussain
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2017.711088
Abstract: Geographically Pakistan gains much importance in the sea linkages as it intersects the three main sea lines of communication (SLOCs). After the project China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), there we see improvement in infrastructure of every sector which is linked with it. But the Ship breaking sector located at Gaddani, Pakistan was still ignored. And the main focus of our study is on the safety measures, education, health, and demands of TEVT graduates in this sector. Data is collect through survey in 2016. At start the ship breaking sector was on peak and become the No. 1 sector around the globe but unfortunately this sector in performance getting down and down with time. There are three main reasons, first, the high tax rate was imposed, second, there was no proper safety measures as we see deaths and injuries incidents are taken place, no proper medical facilities are available and third there was no proper training and education for the workforce which are engaged in this sector. All the needs of this sector to make it Green are addressed in this study properly. If all the measures which we addressed for the improvement of this sector is handled properly than this sector will contribute much more to GDP in different ways as this sector in terms of employment, and will also produce much more steel which not only fill the demand of steel domestically but also we will export it to different countries.
A Swift Glance at 5 Critical Issues in ELT
Hadi Farjami,Amir Hussain Ghebali
Humanising Language Teaching , 2012, DOI: 17559715
The Impact of Age and Gender on Severity and Types of Periodontal Diseases among Patients from Two Regions in Saudi Arabi  [PDF]
Mohammed M. A. Abdullah Al-Abdaly, Hussain Saad Hussain AlQahtani, Sultan Saeed Hadi Al-Qahtani
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2019.93005
Abstract: Background: Periodontitis is the predominant disease in the oral cavity and there are alterations in the periodontal tissues associated with the aging and gender of the patient. Objective: The present study was designed to assess the impact of age and gender of the patient on severity and types of periodontal diseases among patients from two regions in Saudi Arabia. Materials and Methods: The current study was done on 600 Saudi patients from Aseer and Tabuk regions in Saudi Arabia (50% males and 50% females) and divided into three equal groups (n = 200) according to the patients age: children and young patients (1 - 24 years old), adults patients (25 - 64 years old) and seniors patients (more than 65 years old). Plaque index (PLI), gingival index (GI), periodontal pocket depth (PPD) and clinical attachment loss (CAL) were recorded from all participants. The data were collected and analyzed with SPSS to determine the mean and standard deviation (±SD) and the values of significance (P ≤ 0.005). Results: The results of the present study revealed that 340 patients (56.7%) were affected with gingivitis dental biofilm induced and 260 patients were affected by periodontitis. Gingivitis dental biofilm-induced is especially detected in children and young patients (33.3%), adult patients (16.7%) and seniors patients (6.7%) whereas periodontitis cases were seen among the adult and seniors patients (16.7%) and (26.6%) respectively. Furthermore, the present study displayed the higher severity and prevalence of gingivitis dental biofilm-induced and periodontitis among females more than males in group II and group III maybe due to hormonal changes. The present study saw that there are statistically significant differences in clinical findings in the comparison between groups of this study (P ≤ 0.005). Conclusion: We conclude that there is a relation between severity and types of periodontal diseases and the ages and genders of Saudi patients in Aseer and Tabuk regions, Saudi Arabia.
Estimating the Frequency, Magnitude and Recurrence of Extreme Earthquakes in Gulf of Aqaba, Northern Red Sea  [PDF]
Ali Hassan Baaqeel, Said Ali El- Quliti, Yahya Ali Daghreri, Sultan Abdullah Bin Hajlaa, Hadi Hussain Al- Yami
Open Journal of Earthquake Research (OJER) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojer.2016.52011
Abstract: Humans coexist with extreme events all the time, only when the intensity of the event becomes greater than a certain level there is a resulting disaster. Small earthquakes occur all of the time with no adverse effects. Only large earthquakes cause disasters. Statistical analysis reveals that larger events occur less frequently than small events. In a year, we would have many values for the events; the annual maximum was the greatest of those values. Within an annual series, only the largest value per year is allowed, even if an additional significant peak occurs. As the magnitude of a hazardous increases, the frequency of occurrence (how often a given magnitude is equaled or exceeded) decreases. Thus, major disasters result from a small number of large events that rarely occur. A plot of recurrence intervals versus associated magnitudes produces a group of points that also approximates a straight line on semi-logarithmic paper. Therefore, past records of earthquakes at the Gulf of Aqaba, Northern Red Sea for months from May, 1999 to Feb, 2016 are used to predict future conditions concerning the annual frequency, the return period, the percentage probability for each event, and the probability of a certain-magnitude earthquake occurring in the region during any period.
Effect of Network Parameters on the Injection Current Requirement of D-STATCOM Designed to Mitigate Voltage Sag
Abdollah Shokri,Hussain Shareef,Azah Mohamed,Hadi Zayandehroodi
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The Distribution Static Compensator (D-STATCOM) can be used as a parallel voltage sag mitigation device at distribution systems. The D-STATCOM is also able to regulate and balance the bus voltage by absorbing or generating the required reactive power at specific buses. This study presents an overview on D-STATCOM structure and its simplified model that can be used for voltage sag analysis. In addition, this study also investigates the effect of various load and network parameters on the nominal power requirement D-STATCOM and its ability to compensate voltage sag. The results illustrate the performance of D-STATCOM by using an injection current to various conditions for voltage sag mitigation. In addition, the result shows that the D-STATCOM is not economical and effective in high voltage networks with low inductance feeder.
The Patterns of Blood Groups and Its Association with Blood Donation in Saudi Arabia  [PDF]
Fahad A. Alateeq, Thamer Z. Aldugieman, Yousef Duhaim A. Al-Rashdi, Abdul Rahman Ali A. Alsogair, Saleh Hadi Alharbi, Ibrahim Bin Ahmed, Hussain Gadelkarim Ahmed
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2018.89025
Abstract: Background: Blood groups system has key importance for transfusion safety and clinical practice. Therefore, the objective of the present study was to evaluate the distribution of ABO blood groups and its association with blood donation in Saudi Arabia. Methodology: In this study, we collected information regarding blood donation from 715 Saudi volunteers living in the city of Hail, Northern Saudi Arabia. Data about blood donation were obtained from 715 Saudi volunteers living in the city of Hail. Results: The majority of the study population was found with group B+ representing 174 participants, followed by A+, O+, AB+, B-ve, A-ve, AB-ve and O-ve, representing 165, 153, 47, 29, 20, 9, and 7 participants, in this order. Conclusion: The major blood group among Saudi population is group B+ followed by group A+ and O+. Individuals with rare blood groups were less likely to participate in blood donation programs, which necessitate the need for educational programs using motivating factors.
A Critical Appraisal of Grice’s Cooperative Principle  [PDF]
Atefeh Hadi
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2013.31008

Grice’s most influential contribution to linguistics is his theory of implicatures. He describes communication as adhering to what he calls the Cooperative Principle (CP) and argues that a basic underlying assumption we make when we speak to one another is that we are trying to cooperate to construct meaningful conversations (1975). Grice’s Cooperative Principle has been a central and controversial theme in pragmatics. A major source of controversy associated with the CP is that the term “cooperation” is open to different interpretations. In order to develop a thorough understanding of the concept, the CP and conversational implicatures should be studied within the context of Grice’s work. The present article is an attempt to critically examine various representations and interpretations of Grice’s Cooperative Principle.

Hadi Hadi
TEFLIN Journal , 2006,
Abstract: : This paper proposes the implementation of reading-based classroom activities for teaching English as a foreign language in Indonesia. Compared to other language skills, reading is viewed to provide a relatively stable foundation for Indonesian students to develop their communicative competence in English. It is argued that reading-focused activities stimulate confidence for Indonesian learners to get involved in listening, speaking, and writing related-activities in ways that are similar to normal daily life communication. The reasons for the proposed implementation of reading-based classroom activities in TEFLIN and the role of reading and its relation with other language skills are presented.
Knowledge towards Chronic Kidney Disease Manifestations in Saudi Arabia  [PDF]
Fahad A. Alateeq, Abdulmalik M. Aloriney, Saleh Hadi Alharbi, Ibrahim A. Bin Ahmed, Abdullah Abdulhadi Hammad Alharbi, Abdul Rahman Ali AlSogair, Ali Dawood Mohmmed Almansour, Alanoud Mansour Ayed Albalawi, Hussain Gadelkarim Ahmed
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2018.811027
Abstract: Background: Increasing awareness level and health education can reduce the burden of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) at community base. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to assess the level of knowledge towards CKD manifestations in Saudi Arabia. Methodology: This is a descriptive prospective study including 900 apparently health Saudi volunteers, their ages ranging from 18 to 65 years old with a mean age of 34 years. A purposeful questionnaire was deliberated and used for obtaining data about the CKD. Results: Out of 900 contributors, 268 (29.8%) were males and 632 (70.2%) were females, giving males:females ratio of 1.00:2.36. About 102/900 (11.3%) of the participants (all of them were females) were found to believe that CKD has no specific symptoms. Conclusion: The awareness towards CKD manifestation is relatively low, which necessitates the important of community based intervention including health educational programs.
Knowledge and Awareness towards Chronic Kidney Disease Risk Factors in Saudi Arabia  [PDF]
Ibrahim A. Bin Ahmed, Saleh Hadi Alharbi, Fahad A. Alateeq, Abdulmalik M. Aloriney, Abdullah Abdulhadi Hammad Alharbi, Abdul Rahman Ali AlSogair, Ali Dawood Mohmmed Almansour, Alanoud Mansour Ayed Albalawi, Hussain Gadelkarim Ahmed
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2018.911066
Abstract: Background: The risk of CKD is high in Saudi Arabia due to increasingly growing prevalence of its risk factors, such as diabetes, hypertension and obesity. Therefore, the objective of this study was to assess the level of awareness of Saudi population towards CKD risk factors in order to generate platform for future planning. Methodology: This study included 940 apparently healthy Saudi volunteers, their ages ranging from 17 to 65 years old with a mean age of 35 years. A purposeful questionnaire was designed and used for obtaining data about the CKD risk factors. Results: Out of 940 participants, 293 (31.2%) were males and 647 (68.8%) were females, giving males “females” ratio of 1.00:2.21. About 62.3% of the participants were found to believe that DM is one of the main risk factors for CKD, of whom, 74% were males and 57% were females. Approximately 60% of the participants were found believing that hypertension is one of the main risk factors for CKD, of whom 79.5% were males and 51.6% were females. Conclusion: There is an increasing in the prevalence of CKD risk factors among Saudi population. Although, the levels of awareness toward some CKD risk factors are relatively increasing, but more health education efforts are deemed importance.
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