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Perspectives of Teachers and Students about Internal and External evaluation system at Postgraduate level
Mohammad Younis Khan,Asif Jamil,Umar Ali Khan,Uzma Kareem
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: A research study was conducted to know the opinion of teachers and students about internal and external system of examination in Universities at postgraduate level. A structured questionnaire on three point Likert scale was developed and utilized for collection of data from 500 respondents selected through random sampling techniques in Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The opinion of the teachers and students were known and investigated. The result of the study indicated that teachers are in favour of internal system of examination while students support the external system of examination at postgraduate level.
Female Students Opinion about Women’s Participation in Sports
Mohammad Younis Khan,Asif Jamil,Umar Ali Khan,Uzma Kareem
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: A research study was conducted to know about the participation of Muslim girls and women in sports and philosophy of Islam in this regard. The population of this study was all female students of Government Girls Degree Colleges of District Dera Ismail Khan. Total 100 respondents selected from within the population through convenient or available sampling technique. For the purpose of collection of data a structured questionnaire on three point Likert scale, ranging from disagree (DA= 1 point) to agree (3 points), was prepared and handed over to 100 respondents with the help of female lecturers in physical education of concerned colleges. The main objective of the study was to know about the participation of Muslim girls and women in sports and philosophy of Islam in this regard. The result of the study indicated that Muslim women like sports and she wants to participate in sports for overall development but their ethnicity, culture, physical and spiritual challenges, parents, family members, and society members discourage them to participate in sports. The result of the study further confirmed that Islam encourages the women to participate in sports for good health, fitness and healthy life style after observing the Islamic dress code.
Cyphostemma glaucophilla May Serve as a Cheap Protectant of Liver and Kidney
Uzma Kanwal
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Not Available.
TRANSVERSE LIE
Uzma Hussain
The Professional Medical Journal , 2001,
Abstract: OBJECTIVES: To find out the maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality in cases oftransverse lie and neglected transverse lie in particular. Facts were analyzed to find out theavoidable factors which make the maternal and foetal outcome worse. SETTING: Gynae andobstetric Unit II DHQ Hospital Faisalabad PERIOD: from 1994 to 1996. MATERIAL &METHODS: Eighty cases of transverse lie were admitted during this period requiring emergency andelective and lower segment caesarean section. These eighty five patients were analyzed in great details,regarding predisposing factors, clinical feature, intrapartum and postpartum management, including thematernal and foetal outcome. RESULTS In about eight six percent, no underlying abnormality could bedetected during surgery explaining the transverse lie. Emergency caesarean section was performed in 91.7%while elective caesarean section was done only in 3.5% cases. Perinatal mortality approached 30.6% andmaternal mortality 1.1% and morbidity was 5.6%.CONCLUSION: This high maternal and foetal morbidityand mortality was attributed to poor antenatal care indicating the importance of awareness of antenatal andintrapartum care at individual and national levels.
TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY
UZMA HUSSAIN
The Professional Medical Journal , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: To compare the efficacy of vaginal misoprostal with that of sublingual misoprostol in 2nd trimester of pregnancy by comparing the induction-expulsion interval between two groups of patients induced with vaginal and sublingual misoprostol. Study design: Interventional, quasi experimental study. Settings: Obstetrics & Gynaecology Unit 1, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore. Duration of study: Thirteen months from October 2006 to November 2007. Subjects and Methods: Sixty women at 12-26 weeks of gestation which were selected for termination of pregnancy were assigned into two groups. Thirty women received sublingual misoprostol and thirty women received vaginal misoprostol. Dosage regimen was tablet Misoprostol 200μg 4 hours apart till expulsion of fetus (maximum 5 doses). Main outcome measures were: 1. Induction-expulsion intervals 2. Maternal side effects 3. Fever 4. Nausea/vomiting 5.Diarrhea. Results: Mean induction-expulsion interval in vaginal group was 11.8±8.3 hours and in the sublingual group was 12.8±8.5 hours. Percentage of complete expulsion was 53.3% in both groups. Cases of failed induction in vaginal group were 10% and in sublingual group were 13.3%. One case ( 3.3%) of fever and two cases (6.6%) of vomiting were observed in sublingual group and one case (3.3%) of vomiting was observed in vaginal group. Conclusion: Both routes appear to be equally efficacious for mid trimester pregnancy termination, without significant side effects.
Open Fracture Tibia Treated by Unreamed Interlocking Nail. Long Experience in El-Bakry General Hospital  [PDF]
Mohamed A. Abdelaal, Saied Kareem
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2014.43011
Abstract: Background: Internal splintage of open tibial fractures had gained acceptance as a preferred method of early stabilization of such injuries. Patients and Methods: Fifty-five patients had been operated upon. They were followed from July 2008 to March 2013 (56 months) with an average time of 39 months. The final results had been evaluated through a scheme including 7 parameters: pain, union, malunion, infection, range motions of nearby joints, implant and technical failure and activity and returning to the same work. Results: According to previous parameters, union was achieved in 52 cases (94.5%) at an average time of 20 weeks (16 - 52 weeks) with 5.5% incidence of nonunion. Excellent and good ranges of knee and ankle motions were achieved at final follow-up visit in 49 cases (89.09%). The incidence of complication was acceptable mainly malunion 7.3%, deep infection 12.7%, implant and technical failure 9.1% full activity and returning to the same work achieved in 89.1%. The overall net results of our series are as follows: excellent—19 cases (34.5%), good—27 cases (49.1%), fair—6 cases (10.9%) and poor—3 cases (5.5%). Conclusion: Utilizing unreamed interlocking nail for open tibial fractures is a good method of treatment particularly those of grade (II), and (IIIA).
Assessment of Inventory Control Practices in Nigeria Industries
B. Kareem
Research Journal of Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Nigerian industries were grouped into three categories-small-, medium- and large-scale to determine their response to the practice of quality control systems. Area of inventory examined includes manpower, raw material and finished goods. Other inventory inbuilt factors such as order time, lot size, cost of order, number of order, demand and production rate were also assessed. The evaluation of data collected from industries for the aforementioned factors was done using simple statistics based on average response out of total responses. The results of the study showed that the size of industry, small-, medium- and large-scale, has a significant effect on both the size of staff and the level of involvement in inventory management of both the raw material and the finished product.
Nigerian Users` Perception of Performance of Carburetion and Injection Fuel Systems for Mercedes-Benz Cars
B. Kareem
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Arguments often arise at every corner as to which one, carburetor or injector is better in term of performance. In this study therefore user perception of performance of carburetion and injection fuel systems for Mercedes-Benz cars is investigated. This was done by randomly sampling the opinions of the Mercedes-Benz users and maintenance specialists, through questionnaire administration and oral interview. Analysis of responses was done using a simple percentage of positive or negative response over the total responses. The results of the study showed that injection system is preferred for its overall performance, durability and efficiency, while carburetion system is satisfactory based on its spare parts availability and ease of maintenance.
Assessment of Functional Performance of Machinery in a Local Beverage Company in Nigeria
B. Kareem
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Daily wear and tear of industrial machinery, while performing its intending functions, could not only affect the quality but also affect the output performance. In this study, the functional performance of bottle washing and filling machines in a local beverage industry is assessed. This was done using output data from both machines for the period of two months for limca and goldspot drinks. Analyses of the data were done via the statistical tests such as t-test and F-test. The results of the tests showed that bottle washing machine output performance is satisfactory in washing both limca and goldspot bottles while, in filling machine, there is a gradual shortfall in performance. This calls for immediate attention in term of putting in place a formidable replacement plan.
Development of a Changeable Die Forging Machine for Small Scale Forging Industries
B. Kareem
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Many local forging industries are witnessing a desideratum in output everyday as a result of continual presence of crude methods of operation in such industries. In this study, mechanisation of the local forging process is achieved by developing a low cost changeable die forging machine using locally sourced material. In the development, the components designed for include cam and follower, camshaft, keys, die pins and the anvil. The cam and hammer are so designed such that their operation is simple and effective. The designed components were then fabricated and assembled. The test carried out on the assembled machine shows that it can work effectively on metals with energy of penetration limited to 30 Joules.
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