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Carcinoma in a Thyroglossal Duct Cyst
Y Neupane,Dhundi Raj Paudel
Nepalese Journal of ENT Head and Neck Surgery , 2012, DOI: 10.3126/njenthns.v3i1.8186
Abstract: Nepalese Journal of ENT Head and Neck Surgery, Vol. 3 Issue 1 (Jan-June 2012) Page 24-26 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/njenthns.v3i1.8186
Application of Ultrasonic Waves for the Improvement of Water Treatment  [PDF]
Akira Hiratsuka, Dhundi Raj Pathak
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2013.56061

Application of ultrasonic waves is one of the novel techniques for the improvement of water treatment process. In this study, ultrasonic waves were irradiated to drinking water for water softening process and other contaminants removal. The experimental results showed that this technique improved the water treatment process efficiently. The study also revealed that the various parameters such as amplitude, frequency and irradiation time could affect the efficiency of ultrasound techniques for the improvement of water quality.

Socio-Cultural and Economic Factors in Cross-Border Purchase: A Study of Customers’ Perspective in Sunauli-Nepal/India Border  [PDF]
Udaya Raj Paudel, Niranjan Devkota, Udbodh Bhandari
Modern Economy (ME) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/me.2018.96070

Nepal and India sustain bilateral relationship and share social, cultural, economic, political and geographical proximities contributing people of both nations to a number of advantages. This study analyzes socio-cultural, geo-political, and economic proximities contributing people of Sunauli-India/Nepal border exploiting purposive sampling in 429 respondents with a structured questionnaire survey in February 2018. Descriptive and inferential data analysis techniques are performed along with Logistic Regression Model to interpret the determinants of cross-border purchase. The result revealed 96.3% of the total respondents involved in purchase, out of them, 85.6%, 77.2%, 71.6%, 71.2% and 54.6% purchase due to economical price of the goods, festivals, communication access, habit and open border factors respectively. The empirical results of the binary logistic regression models revealed different effects of the factors on customers cross border purchase. Economical goods (2.727***), hassle free cross-border imports (1.952***), language similarities (1.551**) and goods available in local market (1.268**) significantly and positively affect the cross-border purchasing activities and the Odds Ratio of given variables is 15.28, 7.04, 4.71 and 3.55 respectively. Following the analysis, the study concludes that there is positive influence of socio-cultural characteristics in cross border purchase. Open border factor is equally important to stimulate such purchasing activities. More than other factors, economic characteristics as availability of goods, their types and economical price are all in all important.

Outcomes of Mechanical Engineering Education in Specialized Projects With Respect to Entry Level Practice
Guna Raj Paudel
Journal of the Institute of Engineering , 2009, DOI: 10.3126/jie.v7i1.2071
Abstract: The study measured the extent of importance, desired and existing level of competences of seven proposed outcome statements related to specialized project works in Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. A structured questionnaire was distributed to three groups of respondents namely employers, graduates, and teachers associated to mechanical engineering. Collected data were analyzed with the help of SPSS technology. The findings showed that all seven outcome statements were very important in the profession indicating the need of the fulfilment of higher level of competencies in these areas by engineering education. On the opposite the study showed significant differences between the mean values of desired and existing level of competences indicating the desire of additional efforts to improve the quality of engineering education. Key words: Mechanical Engineering; education Journal of the Institute of Engineering , Vol. 7, No. 1, July, 2009 pp. 127-134 doi: 10.3126/jie.v7i1.2071
Housewives' Self-esteem and their Husbands' Success: A Comparative Study among the Various Caste Groups in Pokhareli Women
Deepak Raj Paudel
Himalayan Journal of Sociology and Anthropology , 2010, DOI: 10.3126/hjsa.v4i0.4668
Abstract: This paper examines the relationship between self esteem of housewives with respect to some selected socioeconomic variables, namely; marital status, husband’s income, husband’s occupation, husband’s physical attraction, women’s own intelligence and women’s physical attraction with a sample of 240 Pokherli married women. The study compares whether the self-esteem of women and other different factors is different among the various caste groups. A comparison is also made between professional women and housewives. Self-esteem of women is signiicantly different among the various caste groups with the highest in Magar and Gurung women. Professional women are more conscious than housewives in all aspects of husband’s success. This study tests the common assertion that women, having reasonably higher income housewives experience their husbands’ success. Husbands’ success does positively affect a housewife’s self esteem, but only indirectly, through its effect on perceived marital success. Only husband’s income has a direct positive effect on self esteem, while other successes of the husband actually lower her self esteem. Since marriage is traditionally a basis for a woman’s identity, successful marriage increases her feelings of worth. However, the speciic role arrangements may reduce her feelings of personal competence. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/hjsa.v4i0.4668 Himalayan Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Vol.IV (2010) 61-76
Evaluation of Pharmacology Didactic Lectures for Graduating Nursing Students: a Questionnaire Based Comparative Study Between Two Colleges in Nepal
Keshab Raj Paudel
Asian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2011, DOI: 10.3126/ajms.v2i3.4530
Abstract: Objective: This study was set to obtain the critical appraisal of the graduating nursing students on pharmacology lectures and to compare the students’ view on teaching effectiveness and pharmacology course content at two different colleges, Kathmandu Medical College (KMC) and B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS), in Nepal. Materials and methods: Forty B Sc Nursing students studying at two colleges of twenty each at the end of the first year were?? enrolled in this study. Structured teaching evaluation questionnaire containing 13 close-ended items and two open-ended questions was used. Three items were intended to evaluate pharmacology course content and other ten items to evaluate the teaching effectiveness. Open-ended questions were incorporated to collect the students frank and open views that provided flexibility and reliability. Students were instructed not to disclose their identity in any form so as to obtain genuine, valid and frank responses. Yates corrected Chi square test was applied whenever necessary and P value considered significant at less than or equal to 0.05. Results: On majority of the students’ (60-90%) view existing pharmacology course content was ‘just right and useful’ and no?significant difference between two college students’ view exists. Majority of students both at Kathmandu Medical College (KMC) and B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) found the ‘clarity of voice (KMC-55%, BPKIHS-70%) and audibility (KMC-70%, BPKIHS-80%)’ to be ‘fair’. More students at KMC (60%) found the ‘student’s participation’ during lecture than students at BPKIHS (35%). Thirty five? percent of students at KMC felt that pace of the lectures was ‘about right’ whereas 100% BPKIHS students found the same and the difference was significant (P=0.00005). Almost all the students both at KMC (95%) and BPKIHS (100%) preferred the liquid crystal display (LCD) mode of presentation has been over head projector (OHP) or board and marker methods. Majority of the?? students at the both colleges opined that the number of lectures allotted to pharmacology is less. Additionally, from students’?perspective, more student-teacher interactions, class assessments and explanation of the subject matter with clinical correlation are necessary for better understanding of the subject. Conclusion: No major significant differences except pace of the lecture exist in the teaching methodology and pharmacology course content between the two colleges though there are insignificant differences. Students at the both colleges
Political Party Perception and Voting Behavior of People: A Study of Communication Perspective from Nepal  [PDF]
Udaya Raj Paudel, Rajesh Gupta, Sameen Poudel, Kabita Adhikari
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/als.2018.64016
Abstract: Communication, political party perception and voting behavior of the people keep congenial nexus. Grounded on this bond, the main purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that impact political party perception and voting behavior of the people in Nepal from the perspective of communication, particularly residing on social networking sites: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. In purposive sampling method perception level detailed data were obtained from 333 respondents aged 20 years and above just before the historic constitutional assembly election in Nepal. A set of questionnaires including multiple choices and Likert scale questions were provided to obtain the information. Drawing the coherent substance from Technological Determinism, Social Judgment, Agenda Setting, Uses and Gratification, and Habermas’s Concept of Public Sphere and Political Campaign theories, the research explores the roles of social media in political party perception and voting behavior. The results show that political interest is positively related to political party perception and voting behavior, which infer that political party perception is influenced by political interest of the politician. The analysis also indicates that political trust is also positively related to political perception and voting behavior, which shows that political trust highly influences political party perception. Likewise, religion and social media are also positively related to political party perception and voting behavior. The study roots on primary source of data and contributes to understand the impact of social media in the society and politics.
Generalized Surgical Emphysema in Open Pelvic Fracture: a case report
Byapak Paudel,Chakra Raj Pandey
Nepal Orthopaedic Association Journal , 2013, DOI: 10.3126/noaj.v3i1.9323
Abstract: Open fractures of the pelvis are rare and potentially lethal injuries with mortality rate ranging from 30 % to 50 %. Subcutaneous surgical emphysema over the pelvis in open pelvis fracture has been reported in literature but generalized surgical emphysema in open pelvis fracture has not been reported previously. We present and discuss here a case of 24 years old man who had sustained Road traffic accident resulting in multiple fractures and developed generalized surgical emphysema. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/noaj.v3i1.9323 Nepal Orthopedic Association Journal 2013 Vol.3(1): 28-30
Impact of “Nepal Tourism Year 2011” on Tourist Arrival in Pokhara
Biswo Kallyan Parajuli,Yog Raj Paudel
Himalayan Journal of Sociology and Anthropology , 2014, DOI: 10.3126/hjsa.v6i0.10687
Abstract: Tourism is a growing industry in Nepal. Pokhara is one of the major tourist destinations in Nepal. To foster the tourism industry in Nepal then government of Nepal decided on 2008 to launch a national tourism campaign “Nepal Tourism Year 2011” targeting to bring one million international tourists into Nepal in the year 2011. This paper focuses on analyzing the impact of Nepal Tourism Year 2011’s advertisement campaign on tourist arrival in Pokhara city. Also it attempts to highlight the impact of network and information access on tourism arrival. A sincere attempt has also been made to investigate the impact of NTY in bringing international tourist in Nepal particularly in Pokhara. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/hjsa.v6i0.10687 ? Himalayan Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Vol.6 2014: 22-50
Cephalometric Evaluation of Craniofacial Pattern of Nepalese Patients with Class III Malocclusion
Umesh Parajuli,Praveen Mishra,Prakash Bhattarai,Manish Bajracharya,Keshab Raj Paudel,Sapna Laxmi Tuladhar
Orthodontic Journal of Nepal , 2012, DOI: 10.3126/ojn.v2i1.9290
Abstract: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/ojn.v2i1.9290 Orthodontic Journal of Nepal Vol.2(1) 2012: 21-27
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