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And Elucidation Of Estimation and Prediction Based Statistical
Engr. Muhammad Mujtaba Asad 1,
Dr. Razali Bin Hassan 2, Engr. Fahad Sherwani 3
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Parit
Raja, Batu Pahat Johor, Malaysia.
In this paper researchers
explain and explore about the statistical test they are mostly
used in social sciences and educational researches in all over
the world. But generally students and new researchers cannot get
the accurate and detailed concept of these implemented tests. In
this paper researchers talk about two main tests CHI square and
regression test, with few case studies and explanation with SPSS
representation and manual calculations, These Statistical test
are commonly used for estimation and predictions in quantitative
researches. Mostly management and education students use to work
with these statistical tests but these days engineering field or
researches is also using these test for estimation purposes. In
this research paper researchers took two real time mini
researches and cases as a real data for the clarification of
actual concept of CHI square and Regression statistical tests.
This research is designed for the enhanced outcome in the
performance of statistic students they are working on prediction
based researches and projects. From this article student can
easily understand the perception of estimation and prediction
test for statistical analysis.
[Engr. Muhammad Mujtaba Asad,
Razali Bin Hassan, Engr. Fahad Sherwani.
And Elucidation Of Estimation and Prediction Based Statistical
2014;6(3):1-9]. (ISSN: 1553-9873).
Estimation, Prediction, Statistical Tests, Chi Square,
An Evaluative Study of
Pre-School Components of ICDS Project Area-Zaldagar in District
Anjum Ahad 1, Hafiz
Mudasir 2, Dilruba Syed Yatu 3
Research Scholar, Deptt. Of Education, Kashmir University
Research Scholar, Deptt. Of Education, Dr. C.V Raman University,
Research Scholar, Deptt. Of
Education, Kashmir University
The present study was conducted
to study the total functional Anganwadi Centres in the Project
Area Zaldagar in District Srinagar. The sample which consists of
5% of the total number of Anganwadi centres from the ICDS
Project Area Zaldagar in District Srinagar were randomly
selected for the present study. The Investigators used Check
List, Questionnaire developed by Prof. Nadeem and Shah in (2000)
and Interview Schedule for Anganwadi workers. The data was
analyzed by employing Percentage Statistics. The results
revealed that the Anganwadi Centres established by the
Department of Social Welfare, Jammu and Kashmir Government in
the Project Area Zaldagar imparted Pre-school education to the
children within the age group of (3 to 6) years.
[Anjum Ahad, Hafiz Mudasir,
Dilruba Syed Yatu. An Evaluative Study of Pre-School
Components of ICDS Project Area Zaldagar In District Srinagar.
2014; 6(3):10-14]. (ISSN:
Anganwadi, ICDS, Project,
new theory on “All-e” culture)
Abstract: This scientific
research focus that “All-e” culture shall be considered
as the prehistoric Divine, social culture
enhancing the human society having he sense of “ONE NESS”,
“ONE FAMILY”. All-e culture shall also be
considered as “e-MEDICINE” promoting “PEACE” and
keeping the society under symmetric and Balanced
condition. It is further focused that “All-e” culture
shall be considered originated from Prehistoric “EZHEM LAND”,
culture shall be considered as the fundamental and genetically
well defined scientific culture derived from “All-e family”.
Thousands of global level cultures such as Hai, Hello, Namaskar,
As-salamu Alaykum, Alleluiah, ohm Namo, might be derived from
the philosophy of “All-e Naam”. All-e NAAM shall mean All-e
family. [M. Arulmani,
B.E., V.R. Hema Latha, M.A., M.Sc., M. Phil.
new theory on “All-e” culture).
2014; 6(3):15-26]. (ISSN:
Philosophy of All-e
Philosophy of Ape-e
Philosophy of Akki-e
Philosophy of The-e
Philosophy of Age-e
Philosophy of Kari-e
Philosophy of Cheri-e
Effect of Reedemer’s Natural
antibiotics on selected clinical isolate from Minna General
Hospital, Niger State, Nigeria.
Erena Nuhu Bako, Aisha Jibrin
Niger State College of Education
Minna, Niger State, Nigeria
Phone number: +2348065965407
Abstract: The antimicrobial activity of Redeemer’s
Natural antibiotic was tested against five clinical isolates
from Minna General Hospital, Niger State (Salmonella typhi,
Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Psuedomonasaeruginosa
and Candida albicans), using tube dilution
techniques. It was found that Salmonella typhi was
markedly affected by the herbal drug at a concentration of
2mg/ml, while Psuedomonasaeruginosa and Escherichia
coli were also affected at a concentration of 3mg/ml, all
the three organisms were inhibited with zone of inhibition
ranging from 5.0mm-14.0mm, while the herbal drug showed no
effect on Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans.
The inactivity of the herbal drug on Staphylococcus aureus
and Candida albicans can be due to resistivity
development to drugs.
[Erena Nuhu Bako, Aisha Jibrin Imam, Balkisu Yusuf. Effect of
Reedemer’s Natural antibiotics on selected clinical isolate from
Minna General Hospital, Niger State, Nigeria.
Rep Opinion 2014;6(3):27-31].
Antibiotic, Natural, Isolates and Inhibiton.
Analysis Effective Factors in New product development Using ANP
Method in an Automotive Industry (Saipa industrial company)
of Industrial Management, Qazvin branch, Islamic Azad University
(IAU), Qazvin, Iran
In this study try to analysis Effective Factors in New Product
Development using ANP Method. To identify critical influential
factors, the authors studied and reviewed relevant literature
from numerous fields of study associated with the essential
issues of new product development. Results of the ANP method
shows that Technological factors, Management and Staff factors,
Commercialization factors, Organizational factors and Marketing
factors are the most important factors in new product
[Mohsen Heidarinezhad. Analysis Effective Factors in New
product development Using ANP Method in an Automotive Industry
(Saipa industrial company). Rep
New product development, Multi-criteria decision making,
Analytic Network Process
Presenting a new approach for
domino effect modeling based on occurrence scenarios in supply
Science in industrial engineering (productivity and systems
management). Department of Industrial engineering, Faculty of
Mechanic and Industrial Engineering, Qazvin Branch, Islamic Azad
University Qazvin, Iran.
firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +982813665275.
Science in industrial management, Department of Industrial
Management, Faculty of management and Accounting, Qazvin Branch,
Islamic Azad University, Qazvin, Iran
email@example.com, Tel: +982813665275.
Organizations have been always
attempting to increase market share and competitive advantage.
To achieve the aim, efficiency and effectiveness play an
inevitable role in supply chains. Moreover electronic methods,
information technology and interconnections have been made more
effective organizations and firms in changing environment of
markets. With e-business emerging as a key enabler to drive
supply chains, the focus of supply chain management has been
shifted from classic production to electronic customer-driven
approaches. These changes propose new challenges in supply
chains and have had great influence in construction of them.
What worsens the situation is to postpone customer needs which
has also called for another challenge under the name of delay
risk. In this paper a mathematical model is developed for the
quantitative assessment of delay risk based on occurrence
scenarios. Therefore, for the entire risk estimation, tree of
scenarios is constructed. The risk assessment model considering
domino effect, will be built in order to carry out the overall
quantitative risk assessment.
[Leila Ahmadpour, Mohsen Heidarinezhad. Presenting a new
approach for domino effect modeling based on occurrence
scenarios in supply chain management.
Rep Opinion 2014;6(3):41-44].
supply chain management, domino effect, occurrence scenario
Analysis Of The Influence Of The Skills Acquisition Programms Of
The National Directorate Of Employment On Job Creation In Abia
I.I, 1Osuji, M.N, 2Osuji, E.E. 1Ibeagwa.O.P
University Of Technology Owerri, Imostate Nigeria
Okpara University Of Agriculture Umudike, Abia State
The study assessed the
the skill acquisition programs of
generating employments by its beneficiaries in Abia state.
The sample comprised
It also showed
that the beneficiaries of the
Agricultural Employment Programme
created the highest number of jobs by claiming 40.79% of jobs
created. Furthermore, beneficiaries of the vocational skills
development generated 14.92% of the jobs created among the 4
major skills acquisition programmes while beneficiaries from the
Small Scale Enterprise Programme
generated 17% of jobs created. It further
implies that the Agricultural Employment Programme
is better equipped with the necessary logistics and manpower to
In addition, results from the multiple regression analysis
NDE training, sex
business type, are significantly related to employment
generation by the beneficiaries of the programme.
[Ukoha, I.I, Osuji, M.N, Osuji, E.E. Ibeagwa.
O.P. Analysis Of The Influence Of The Skills
Acquisition Programms Of The National Directorate Of Employment
On Job Creation In Abia State.
Rep Opinion 2014;6(3):45-50].
Employment, job, skills,
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