Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99


Any time

2019 ( 49 )

2018 ( 84 )

2017 ( 94 )

2016 ( 117 )

Custom range...

Search Results: 1 - 10 of 8280 matches for " Naveed Ahmad "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /8280
Display every page Item
The Professional Medical Journal , 2005,
Abstract: Objectives: To compare the results of open and closed lateral internalsphincterotomy in the treatment of chronic anal fissure. Setting: Department of Surgery, Nishtar Hospital MultanPeriod: From April 2002 to September 2002. Material and Methods: The study subject included 50 patients. Twentyfive patients underwent closed lateral internal sphincterotomy (CLIS) and remaining were treated by open lateral internalsphincterotomy (OLIS). Follow-up for complications was done for the period of 4 months after the procedure. Results:The best results were obtained with closed lateral internal sphincterotomy in which incontinence rate was 24% andrecurrence rate 12%. Conclusion: Closed lateral internal sphincterotomy is treatment of choice for chronic anal fissurewith acceptable complication rate.
Quantification of Phases in Lahore (Pakistan) Airborne Particulates by Matrix-Flushing Method  [PDF]
Naveed Ahmad, Khadim Hussain, Shahzad Naseem
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2013.14028
Abstract: The mass concentrations of eighteen airborne samples collected from Lahore (Pakistan) are found in the range from 595 to 3027μg/m3with average value of 1130 μg/m3. Most of these values are normal and as reported in the literature for other parts of the world. The major phases identified in the samples by the X-ray powder diffraction technique are Albite (Anorthite), Calcite, Clinochlore (Chlorite), Gypsum, Illite, Quartz and Talc which have also been reported by other researchers to be present in the airborne particulates of other world locations. The average weight percentages of the phases (minerals) in the samples are respectively 15.5, 10.6, 23.7, 2.4, 19.1, 20.2, and 8.5. Some of the elements (e.g., boron, cadmium, lithium, manganese, titanium, and zinc) quantified in two samples determined using a spark-source mass spectrometer appear also to derive their origin from man-made activities. However no compound synthesized in the atmosphere is detected by the X-ray diffraction method.
Characterizations of Γ-AG^{**}-groupoids by their Γ-ideals
Madad Khan,Naveed Ahmad
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we have discusses {\Gamma}-left, {\Gamma}-right, {\Gamma}-bi-, {\Gamma}-quasi-, {\Gamma}-interior and {\Gamma}-ideals in {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoids and regular {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoids. Moreover we have proved that the set of {\Gamma}-ideals in a regular {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoid form a semilattice structure. Also we have characterized a regular {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoid in terms of left ideals.
World System Analysis of Biomedical Hegemony  [PDF]
Anwaar Mohyuddin, Mamonah Ambreen, Juhi Naveed, Danish Ahmad
Advances in Anthropology (AA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/aa.2014.42009

This paper deals with research findings regarding traditional and modern biomedical healthcare systems prevailing in the Village Zandra, District Ziarat in the province of Balochistan. An effort has been made to find out the medical system working in the village which included both beliefs and perceptions related to health and illness and also the activities which natives have adopted or developed to maintain and restore their health. Initially the natives were using traditional and spiritual healing systems, but now, as their economic condition and literacy rate are improving, they are more inclined towards the modern methods of treatment. During the last 3 decades, few changes have been witnessed. Shift from subsistence to market economy has increased the use of allopathic medicines due to the fact that the natives have started opting for secondary sources of income. Besides, researcher endeavored to explore the shift from traditional to modern healthcare and the disparity between natives’ health related beliefs and practices. The impact of these changes has been analyzed in light of world system theory at micro level. The data presented in this paper have been collected by using qualitative anthropological research techniques.

Behavioral Finance: Shaping the Decisions of Small Investors of Lahore Stock Exchange
Naveed Ahmed,Zulfqar Ahmad,Sarfaraz Khalil Khan
Interdisciplinary Journal of Research in Business , 2011,
Abstract: Investors in the stock market are supposed to act according to the rationalism provided by the financial theories. This paper tries to investigate the same phenomenon by looking into the decision making process of the small investors in Lahore Stock Exchange. A survey methodology was used to seek the responses of randomly selected 300 small investors trading in Lahore Stock Exchange. This study found that the decision making process of the small investors seem to be influenced by the behavioral finance theories rather than conventional financial theories. Our findings confirm the realities put forward by the prospect theory and regret aversion theory while heuristics also seem to play their role in decision making process of the small investors in Lahore.
The Effect of Internal Marketing on Employee retention in Pakistani Banks
Naveed Ahmad,Nadeem Iqbal,Muhammad Sheeraz
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: This research investigates the effects of internal marketing on employee retention in banking sector of district D. G. Khan, Pakistan. Marketing is the process by which the external customers are satisfied through exact identification of their needs and wants. When we do the same thing- satisfaction- with our employees then this is named as internal marketing. This approach is used to motivate, align and integrate the employees towards the achievement of organizational goals. The motto of internal marketing is Employees first. Internal marketing is very important in service sector where the only way to promote business is through staff. Especially in banking sector they are “Internal Guests”. The study is mainly derived from literature that provides backbone for study. A questionnaire was designed to collect the data from different banks of district D. G. Khan. The findings of research showed that internal communication, training and motivation have positive effects on employee retention. Therefore if banks of Pakistan want to retain employees for longer period of time, it is recommended that sufficient attention should be given to internal marketing. The findings of research would help managers of Banks to adopt proper policies for employee retention.
Biowaiver study of oral tabletted ethylcellulose microcapsules of a BCS class I drug
Ghulam Murtaza,Mahmood Ahmad,Naveed Akhtar
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 2009,
Abstract: This article describes the preparation and characterization (in vitro and in vivo) of three different sustained-release salbutamol sulfate ethylcellulose tabletted microparticles (T1, T2 and T3) and reference sustained release tablet (Ventolin 8 mg SR, GSK). In vitro characterization included dissolution study, scanning electron microscopy, UV and FTIR spectroscopy, X ray diffractometry and thermal analysis. A validated HPLC fluorescent detection method was adopted to conduct bioavailability studies in young healthy human volunteers. The microparticles exhibited an irregular and slightly aggregated morphology with fine rheological properties. No strong chemical interaction was found between drug and polymer. A good linear correlation (R2 = 0.9224, 0.945, 0.9363 and 0.9694 for T1, T2, T3 and reference formulations, respectively) was obtained between the percent cumulative drug released (in vitro) and the percent cumulative drug absorbed (in vivo) data of these formulations at specific time points to develop level A in vitro in vivo correlation. However, T2 was found closer to the reference formulation that shows a reliable prediction of the plasma concentrations obtained following a single dose of salbutamol sulfate modified release formulations.
Studies on Productivity and Performance of Spring Sugarcane Sown in Different Planting Configurations  [PDF]
  Samiullah,   Ehsanullah, Shakeel Ahmad Anjum, Mohsin Raza, Naveed Hussain, Mubashar Nadeem, Nawazish Ali
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.619293
Abstract: Row spacing has a pivotal role in enhancing sugarcane yield and improving its quality. A study was undertaken to evaluate the influence of different planting techniques on performance of sugarcane at Agronomic Research Area, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture Faisalabad during Kharif 2014. Experimental treatments comprised of: 180 cm spaced trenches with tripple row strips, 180 cm spaced trenches with alternate row strips, 120 cm spaced trenches with double row strips and 60 cm spaced furrows with single rows. Sugarcane cultivar HSF-240 was used as experimental material. The experimental was conducted in RCBD with four replications. The expeimental results revealed that sugarcane number of tillers, plant height, cane length, stripped cane weight and stripped cane yield increased progressively with the increase in row spacing from 60 to 180 cm. While germination percentage and number of millable canes were not affected by different sowing techniques, maximum number of tillers (15.96 m-2), plant height (333.25 cm), stripped cane weight (0.94 kg) and stripped cane yield (107 t·ha-1) were recorded from 180 cm spaced trenches with tripple row strips.
Characterizations of gamma-AG^{**}-groupoids by the properties their gamma-ideals
Madad Khan,Naveed Ahmad,Inayatur Rehman
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we have discusses {\Gamma}-left, {\Gamma}-right, {\Gamma}-bi-, {\Gamma}-quasi-, {\Gamma}-interior and {\Gamma}-ideals in {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoids and regular {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoids. Moreover we have proved that the set of {\Gamma}-ideals in a regular {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoid form a semilattice structure. Also we have characterized a regular {\Gamma}-AG^{**}-groupoid in terms of left ideals.
Evaluation of E-Service Quality through Customer Satisfaction (a Case Study of FBR E-Taxation)  [PDF]
Madad Ali, Fahad Asmi, Md. Mashiur Rahman, Naveed Malik, Muhammad Salman Ahmad
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.59013
This study developed the research model to analyze the relationship between suggested service quality dimensions with customer satisfaction and customer reuse intention. The sample count of 188 from FBR’s e-taxation/e-filling users was used to examine the study model. In this study, the Exploratory factor analysis EFA used to observe the validity and reliability of the measurement model. The statistical method i.e. regression model has been used to check the research model significance relationship among various variable. Statistical result of current research shows that the service quality dimensions namely responsiveness, reliability and trust has significantly related to customer satisfaction whereas empathy has found insignificant. Practical implication of the current investigations suggests to improve the service quality which can progress customer’s satisfaction as well the intention of use. The findings of this study provide valuable information to administrative authorities of e-government development regarding e-taxation, as well as for future researchers and projects in domain of e-services.
Page 1 /8280
Display every page Item

Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.