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Factors of Workplace Environment that Affect Employees Performance: A Case Study of Miyazu Malaysia
Nina Munira Naharuddin,Mohammad Sadegi
International Journal of Independent Research Studies , 2013,
Abstract: This study aims to investigate the effect of workplace environment’s factors towards employees’ performance. Data was collected through the survey method; total 139 employees were participated from three main workplace of Miyazu (M) Sdn. Bhd. Based on the findings it shows that only supervisor support is not significant towards the employees’ performance. Meanwhile, job aid and physical workplace environment are having a significant relationship towards the employees’ performance.
Inclusive Pedagogy Literacy among Academic Community at Institute of Teacher Education, Kuala Lumpur  [PDF]
Munira Mohsin, Abd Razak Zakaria
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.52011
Abstract: This study aimed to explore Inclusive Pedagogy Literacy among the academic community at the Institute of Teacher Education (Institut Pendidikan Guru). The focus of the study is the application of Inclusive Pedagogy in teaching and learning in the classroom. The samples were chosen among the lecturers at the Institute of Teacher Education through purposive sampling based on their involvement in their major teaching specialization for the subject of special education, language specialization, music studies, physical education and sports science, Islamic education and visual arts education. Qualitative methods involving interview techniques, observation and reflection of teaching have been fully utilized in data collection. Data were analyzed by inductively to get the theme in line with the objectives of the study. The findings showed that the elements such as the ability of students, provision of equal learning opportunities, the active involvement of students, and the diversity of students’ capability are the themes to taking into account by the respondents. Implications of the findings of the study suggest that the inclusive pedagogy literacy among the academic community is in a position to provide added value to students’ knowledge. Awareness of inclusive pedagogy will help in preparing students as a novice teacher to be able to formulate a coherent activity based on clinical experience and effective teaching.
Effect of “Stiflos” medication on the blood hemostasis in model of alimentary model
Munira Allaeva
Medical and Health Science Journal , 2011,
Abstract: The studies have revealed hypocoagulation in rabbits having experimental alimentary anemia. The use of preparation Stiflos in dose 100 mg/kg in experimental alimentary anemia provided normalization of blood coagulation. The paper suggests using antianemia therapeutic agents in treating the alimentary anemia, as well as simultaneous receiving of hemostatics for normalization of the blood coagulation state.
Nature Beckons: An Eco-Feminist Reading of Pearl S. Buck's Portrait of a Marriage
Munira, Aysha
Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies , 2011,
Abstract: This paper makes no attempt to typify the parallelismbetween human female situation and the predicament ofnature which is one of the imperative points in ecofeministdiscourse. Like feminism, ecofeminism also has various huesand incarnations. The dichotomy between essentialist and constructionist perspectives resonates in any attempt to read commonality between human and ecological situations. A constructionist point of view would sound more viable to unpack the fictive oeuvre of a writer who was once considered at par with Virginia Woolf as a feminist writer (Conn 1996:248). Nevertheless, multiple readings of Pearl S. Buck's works are possible and it is interesting to read and detect essentialist streaks in a writer who fundamentally believes in women's autotelic existence. This paper is an evidence of multiplicity of reading and plurality of meaning as viable possibilities, belying intentional fallacy as the only valid source since participation of reader is important in the creation of meaning.
Water Management in a State-Centered Environment: Water Governance Analysis of Uzbekistan
Munira Aminova,Iskandar Abdullayev
Sustainability , 2009, DOI: 10.3390/su1041240
Abstract: In the early 1990s the countries of Central Asia started their transformation to a market economy. Uzbekistan is in the throes of change and facing a huge restructuring task and a need to improve governance. Decades of central bureaucratic allocation of natural resources left national bureaucrats with little capacity to formulate their own sustainable policies. Lack of inclusive, long term oriented policies and mechanisms in management of common pool resources brought catastrophic results in the past. The study reveals that implanting a top-down quota policy has positive effects on a larger public. However it may become a threat to the long term environmental sustainability.
Different appropriations of greek tragedy in contemporary drama: Irish and otherwise
Munira Hamud Mutran
Ilha do Desterro , 2010,
Abstract: With the support of some versions which take Sophocles' Antigone as a point of departure, this essay reflects on the process of rewriting a classic. In a comparative approach, two European Antigones and three in SouthAmerican drama are examined before a discussion of the methods and purposes which the Irish playwrights used when reworking myth in Antigone and other Greek tragedies.
Design, development and in vitro evaluation of sennosides tablets containing pectin HPMC for colonic drug delivery
Momin Munira,Pundarikakshudu K
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: The purpose of the present investigation was to achieve colon specific delivery of sennosides using the polysaccharide pectin as a compression-coating agent. In this study, pectin along with hydroxypropylmethylcellulose was used for compression coating of the core tablets of calcium sennoside. Drug dissolution and erosion studies were carried out in pH 1.2 and phosphate buffer pH 7.4 using a pectinolytic enzyme. The system was designed based on the gastrointestinal transit time concept, assuming colon arrival time to be 6 h. It was found that pectin alone was not sufficient to protect the core tablets during entire gastrointestinal transit time. Addition of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose was required to control the erosion of tablets. In this investigation a 3 2 factorial design was constructed to investigate the influence of two variables; the amount of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (X1) and coat weight of the tablets (X2) on the time taken for 50% erosion of tablet in presence of pectinase enzyme (TE 50 ) and average percent weight difference between tablets with and without enzyme at the 10 th hour (% WD). The results revealed that for protecting the calcium sennosides core tablets in upper gastrointestinal tract, the core tablets should be coated with lower amount of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose and higher amount of coat weight. The main effects were found to be statistically significant in nature. The amount of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose exhibited predominant action as compared to coat weight. In vivo performance was assessed by X-ray roentegenography study. The pectin-hydroxypropylmethylcellulose coating was found to be a promising colon delivery system for those drugs like sennosides.
Coiled Tongues: A Critical Reading of Thinking Class: Sketches from a Cultural Worker by Joanna Kadi.
Munira K. Al-Fadhel
Nebula , 2007,
Calculation of energy-barrier lowering by incoherent switching in STT-MRAM
Kamaram Munira,P. B. Visscher
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: To make a useful STT-MRAM (spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random-access memory) device, it is necessary to be able to calculate switching rates, which determine the error rates of the device. In a single-macrospin model, one can use a Fokker-Planck equation to obtain a low-current thermally activated rate $\propto \exp(-E_{eff}/k_B T)$. Here the effective energy barrier $E_{eff}$ scales with the single-macrospin energy barrier $KV$, where $K$ is the effective anisotropy energy density and $V$ the volume. A long-standing paradox in this field is that the actual energy barrier appears to be much smaller than this. It has been suggested that incoherent motions may lower the barrier, but this has proved difficult to quantify. In the present paper, we show that the coherent precession has a magnetostatic instability, which allows quantitative estimation of the energy barrier and may resolve the paradox.
Urban Growth and Its Impact on Cityscape: A Geospatial Analysis of Rohtak City, India  [PDF]
Nina Singh, Jitendra Kumar
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.41002
Abstract: Rohtak is one of the eight priority towns (Regional Centres) of National Capital Region (NCR) Regional Plan 2001. It lies 70 kms north-west from Delhi, the National Capital of India. Located at 28?41'1'' North latitude and 76?12'42'' East longitude in the NCR region of Haryana state on National Highway No. 10, it spreads over 100.57 km2. Its population was projected to grow to 500,000 by 2001. Despite its nearness to the national capital it did not attract investment and the rate of urbanization remained low. Rohtak city grew slower than the state of Haryana in the three decades ending in 2001. On being declared as Municipal Corporation in 2010 urban growth of Rohtak took place in the form of extension in territorial jurisdiction and inclusion of urbanized eight villages. The new economic environment demands sustainable land management. Spatial information of land use/land cover types and their change detection in time series are important means for city planning and undertaking development activities. The present work is undertaken in that spirit. It has analyzed the relationship between urban growth and land use changes and their impact on Rohtak city. The period of focus is from 1983 to 2010. Both primary and secondary sources of data have been used for the present study. Secondary sources of data—guide map, topographical sheet and high resolution satellite imageries have been used to detect land use/land cover changes from the study area whereas primary source of data include ground truth and photographs from the field.
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