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Organized Crime: A Study of District Jail Faisalabad, Pakistan
Babak Mahmood,Azhar Mahmood,Iram Babak
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The main objective of the study was to make an in-depth analysis about the crimes. So the study revealed that, police must do their duties honestly. Our police uses the primitive method of investigation, which does not suit the present day requirements of investigation, and the techniques of organized crimes are totally modernized. It is suggested that there should be a complete ban on illegal weapons and drugs. The smuggling, production, marketing and non-curement of drugs and weapons should be restrictedly handled. It is also suggested that the promotion of Justice at all level is much necessary. It is recommended that bribery and in-justice must be eliminated in the society. A sample of 100 male respondents randomly selected from the District jail, Faisalabad. All of these are the prisoners due to some of their organized crime in past. Data is statistically analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics to explore the research objectives. The data presented in the form of a research paper.
Correct Identification of Animal Host Species Is Important in the Diagnosis of Zoonotic Diseases
Babak Vazirianzadeh,Mahmood Rahdar
Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology , 2013,
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Problems of Aged People: A Study on People of Faisalabad, Pakistan
Babak Mahmood,Shakila Malik,Shabir Hussain,Iram Babak
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: There are generally three major stages in human life. First is childhood second is adulthood and the last one is old age. There are different problems of adjustment in all these phase. Aging starts with birth and is terminated only by death. Aging has been defined as "the total constellation of social, biological and psychological changes that occur in later life". Aging is a gradual process during which critical emotional, physical and social changes occur. The essential task of aging person is the integration of his/her past life experience. Different types of people adjust to aging in different ways. The study was intended to find out the needs and problems of aged people in Faisalabad. The universe selected for the research consisted of people more than 60 years living in Faisalabad District. For this purpose, a purposive sample of 150 respondents was taken. On the basis of a review of the related literature, a comprehensive questionnaire comprising 45 questions was constructed. After aged people living in Faisalabad district. The responses were tabulated and statistical by using chi-square test.
TQM Implementation in Textile Manufacturing Industry to Success: Review and Case Study
Salman Khalid,Muhammad Zohaib Irshad,Babak Mahmood
International Business Research , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v4n4p242
Abstract: This exploratory study has provided an insight into implementation of TQM in Pakistani textile manufacturing industry and factors that were considered to be critical to adoption of TQM. The cross sectional results show that TQM is largely implemented in manufacturing/operating function and little in other functional areas. TQM is a philosophy mainly adopted by large organizations. Whereas, SME businesses are still lagging behind larger one’s when it comes to introducing and adopting new managerial philosophy and advanced technology. Many SMEs have stopped at quality system certification, rather than pursing further continuous improvement efforts by adopting TQM. SMEs must understand the need to go beyond the quality system stage and work towards TQM for quality.
The Relationship between level of individual Participation and Social Disintegration: a study of different Occupational Groups Working at Sargodha City
Kashmir Khan,Malik Muhammad Sohail,Babak Mahmood
International Journal of Asian Social Science , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of the present study was to find out relationship between adherence to core democratic values & social disintegration. Present study was conducted on people belonging to different occupational groups. The research paper clearly depicts the picture of situation of democratic values and social integration in Pakistani society. A sample of 90 respondents was taken. A comprehensive interview schedule (questionnaire) was prepared in the light of objectives. The sample was taken by using cluster sampling method. In this study the respondents were analyzed in order to asses their level of adherence to core democratic values and its relation with social disintegration. The data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistical techniques. Association between participation in the activities of common societal good and social integration showed non significant relationship. Association between fairness and justice in treating the people and social integration showed highly significant relationship. Association between ethnic and sectarian tolerance and social integration showed highly significant relationship.
Employee-employer relationship- Empowerment and Interpersonal Trust in Private Educational Institutions and Its Impact on Overall Profitability of an Organizations
Iram Bashir,Sunober Ismat,Babak Mahmood
International Journal of Asian Social Science , 2012,
Abstract: The study was aimed at exploring empowerment and interpersonal trust, and how it would impact on the overall profitability of organizations. Given this conceptualization, empowerment may influence interpersonal-level trust and profitability in several ways. If principal create a work environment that enhances the feeling of empowerment in terms of meaning, competence, self-determination and impact. Teacher may be more likely to trust their supervisor and it will impact on overall profitability of organization. Fasialabad city was selected as universe and sample of 100 respondents were analyzed. Questionnaire tool was used to collect the data. After collecting information certain statistical tools (Mean, Standard deviation, regression and multi variate analysis) were applied to examine the relationship between empowerment and interpersonal trust and that relationship had an impact on overall profitability of institutions. Interpersonal trust level in colleges increased when teachers perceived that they were empowered in their work related activities. Teachers who perceived higher levels of empowerment in terms of the subscales of self-determination and impact also showed higher levels of interpersonal-level trust in their principals. Interpersonal trust and empowerment are very much essential to increase overall profitability in terms of goodwill and organizational learning.
Job Satisfaction among Academic Staff: A Comparative Analysis between Public and Private Sector Universities of Punjab, Pakistan
Salman Khalid,Muhammad Zohaib Irshad,Babak Mahmood
International Journal of Business and Management , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v7n1p126
Abstract: Purpose- The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between various facets of job satisfaction among university academicians in Punjab Province, Pakistan, and how these differences affect overall job satisfaction of academicians in selected universities of Province Punjab. Design/ methodology/approach- The Population for this study comprised of academicians working in universities chartered by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. A total of 150 questionnaires were sent to potential respondents chosen from 4 universities. A total of 108 usable questionnaires were returned giving a response rate of 72 percent. Findings- Results of this study indicate that a pay differential does exist between private and public universities in Pakistan. Academicians in private sector universities were more satisfied with their pay, supervision, and promotional opportunities than the academicians of public university. On the other hand, academicians in public sector universities were found more satisfied with co-worker’s behavior and job security. Research Limitations- This research is limited to the educational sector. Thus, the results cannot be generalized to other industrial sector of the economy. This study needs to be replicated in other industries using the same method. Practical implications- The study offers practical suggestions to the educational institutions and human resource manager on how to pay, promote, retain and maintain equity in the organizations.
Determinants of Culture: An Analytical Study of Business Organizations Working in Faisalabad, Pakistan
Sunober Ismat,Iram Bashir,babak mahmood
Asian Social Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v7n6p177
Abstract: This study was aimed at investigating basic determinants of culture that contribute to differentiate culture of export-based textile organizations from one another. For this concern, different factors (degree of frankness, language, attire, working hours, work experience, activities other than work, infrastructure, procrastination, group orientation, and organizational behavior) were identified and their degree of contribution to culture of export based organizations is examined. For this purpose, Faisalabad city was selected as universe and a sample of 100 respondents from textile organizations was analyzed. After collecting information certain statistical tools (mean, bivariate, multivariate and Pearson correlation) were applied to evaluate the intensity of cultural determinants. This study indicates that the degree of frankness, procrastination, infrastructure, working hours, group orientation, work experience, and activities other than work are the strong predictors of culture. Attire and language were less significant to determine the culture of export-based textile organization. Open communication and management style contributed and effected the intensity of determinants of culture and helped to understand overall culture of organization.
Androgen-induced cerebral venous sinus thrombosis in a young body builder: case report
Mohammad Sahraian, Mahmood Mottamedi, Amir Azimi, Babak Moghimi
BMC Neurology , 2004, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2377-4-22
Abstract: The clinical outcome is highly variable and treatment with heparin is advised.The patient is a 22 year old male who presented with headache, repeated vomiting and papilledema.He was a bodybuilder doing exercise since 5 years ago, who had used nandrolone decaonoate 25 milligrams intramuscularly during the previous 5 months. Brain MRI and MRV showed superior sagital and transverse sinus thrombosis and extensive investigations did not reveal any known cause.We suggested that androgen was the predisposing factor in our patient. Androgens may increase coagulation factors or platelet activity and cause arterial or venous thrombosis.As athletes may hide using androgens it should be considered as a predisposing factor for thrombotic events in such patients.Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) is a disease with a wide spectrum of non specific clinical signs and symptoms, including headache, focal neurological deficits, seizures and coma.The clinical outcome is highly variable; patients may recover completely or may develop severe and lasting neurological deficits [1].There are many causes for this disease but the most common predisposing factors are pregnancy, puerperium, contraceptive pills, coagulopathies and intracranial infections [2].There are few reports of patients with CVST after androgen therapy. We present a young bodybuilder man who developed CVST with abusing androgens for increasing muscle mass.In May 2004 a 22 year old male was admitted to our department with chief complaints of headache and vomiting.The patient was well till 10 days prior to admission that developed progressive, intense bitemporal headache exacerbated with bending.The patient also had history of malaise, nausea and several episodes of vomiting from 3 days before admission. The only objective finding on physical examination was bilateral papilledema. The patient was a body builder doing exercise from 5 years ago who had used nandrolone decaonoate 25 mg once or twice a week during the last 5
Customer Satisfaction with Service Quality in Conventional Banking in Pakistan: The Case of Faisalabad
Salman Khalid,Babak Mahmood,Muzaffar Abbas,Shabbir Hussain
International Journal of Marketing Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ijms.v3n4p165
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the customer satisfaction of banking industry in Pakistan general, and Faisalabad particular, based on various levels of customer perception regarding service quality. This is an empirical study based mainly on primary data collected through a well-structured questionnaire. The questionnaire has been personally administrated on the a sample size of 132, chosen respondents on a convenient basis from four Pakistani banks, i.e. Alfalah Bank Limited, Faysal Bank Limited, National Bank Limited, and The Bank of Punjab. This paper makes a useful contribution as there are only few studies dealing with the assessment of service quality in conventional banking sector of Pakistan .The result indicates that customer perceive highest satisfaction in the responsiveness area and lowest in the tangibles area. In order to achieve higher levels of service quality, the bank managers should redesign their strategies about customer satisfaction with respect to service quality.
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