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Dubai British Foundation School   Arabic Teacher

Dubai British Foundation, a Taaleem school, offers holistic learning and development requirements designed to address the specific needs of young children and to ensure readiness for entry into Year One of primary school. Learn more by visiting our website, www.dubaibritishfs.ae

Application of PCR Technique on Confirming Theileria  Infection in Cattle and Buffaloes with Determi

Theileriosis is a bovine haemoprotozoal infection caused by Theileria species. It is a tick transmitted haemoparasite and the disease can develop as clinical or subclinical infections. This study was carried out in order to determine Theileria infection by Polymerase Chain Reaction in cattle and buffaloes in a National Livestock Development Board farm at Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka. Forty-one blood samples were collected from the herd of diseased and non diseased cattle and buffaloes. Packed cell volume of each blood sample was analyzed using microcenrifugation which revealed that 85.7% (18/21) cattle and 20% (4/20) buffaloes had PCV values below the average

Initial Experience of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy  Problem Based- Learning

The purpose of this study was to assess third year physiotherapy students’ perception and views about initial experience of PBL in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy soon after the clinical placement. The self-administered questionnaire measured perception of PBL on a 5-point Likert type rating scale and focus group discussion used to evaluate the PBL among third year physiotherapy students of the Department of Physiotherapy, University of Peradeniya. Eighteen females and six males responded (comprising 75% of the total sample). Most students were positive that PBL contributed to improve communication skills, critical thinking and makes fun. However female students expressed that they enjoyed group work and it was effective in fulfilling learning objectives. These same views were expressed during focus discussion, female students made reference to enjoying the group work of PBL.

Isolation and Identification of Enterohaemorrhagic E.  Coli in Raw Beef

An investigation on occurrence of Enterohaemorrhagic E. coli in beef was carried out to determine the prevalence rate in Thrissur. A total of 175 fresh beef samples were collected four retail outlets and two slaughter houses located at Thrissur. Hundred gram of the material was taken from each sample. The isolation and identification was carried out by FDA method with necessary modification. Five samples were positive for Enterohaemorrhagic E. coli and virulence gene stx 1 was obtained from two isolates using polymerase chain reaction. None of the isolates was positive for stx 2 and eae A genes.

Textile Laboratory Information Management System By Ks Softech

Textile testing laboratories have a number of factors to take care of, like testing samples coming in, the sample registration, testing, invoicing, reporting etc...We at KS Softech, have a system called Lab Quest - Laboratory Information Management System which is an inbuilt software meeting all the requirements of a Textile Testing Laboratory.

Teacher Effectiveness-a parameter of Quality in Higher  Education in the polarized scenario of ‘UGC

Teacher Effectiveness-a parameter of Quality in Higher Education in the polarized scenario of ‘UGC Governed’ and ‘non-UGC Governed’ Teachers in Aided Arts and Science Colleges of Chennai City

The Impact of Competition on Performance of Firms in  the Mobile Telecommunication Sector in Kenya

Competition is a factor that affects the business environment in any industry. This study sought to investigate the impact of competition on the performance of the mobile telecommunication industry in Kenya. This research aimed at looking at how competition has impacted on performance of the four firms in the sector i.e. Orange Kenya, Airtel, Yu and Safaricom (K) ltd. The study used a descriptive research design that answered questions how competition affects the independent variables of the study i.e. new market entrants, competitive rivalry and buyer power. Simple stratified sampling was used to select the sample of the respondents to avoid bias and ensure that samples drawn were representative of the population of mobile service subscribers of the four firms. Data collection was done using questionnaires and analyzed using Ms Excel. The results were presented using bar graphs and pie charts

Factors Affecting Customer Demand of Financial  Services Offered By Commercial Banks in Nairobi  Cou

The demand for retail banking services is concerned with the demand for the financial services offered in retail/ commercial banks. The general objective of this particular study was to examine the factors affecting customer demand for financial services offered by commercial banks in Nairobi County. The researcher used both primary and secondary data sources. The target group for this study was bank customers from a select 13 of the 43 commercial banks operating in Nairobi County as registered by the Central Bank of Kenya that is; Barclays Bank, CFC Stanbic, Chase Bank, Commercial Bank of Africa, Co-operative Bank of Kenya, Diamond Trust Bank, Equity Bank, Gulf Africa bank, I&M Bank, Kenya Commercial Bank, NIC Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and the United Bank of Africa. From these 13 Banks, a sample population of 115 respondents was drawn for investigation. This sample was selected using stratified random sampling technique. Both open and closed ended questionnaires were use

Effect of Servant Leadership on Affective Commitment  among Hotel Employees

Servant leadership is an issue of growing interest among scholars. Previous studies have shown that servant leadership has lead to positive behaviors which subsequently influence the individual-level outcomes.Therefore, underpinned by leader-member exchange theory (LMX) and social exchange theory, this study examined the effective of servant leadership on affective commitment among the hotel employee. Data were collected from a sample of 149 hotel employees working in Malaysia using convenience sampling. Statistical Analysis System (SAS) version 5.1 had been used in order to run the reliability analysis, frequency analysis, explaining the correlation coefficient analysis and test of hypothesized relationships among the dependent variable and the independent variables. The results of analysis confirmed that positive correlation exists between the empowerment, humility, stewardship, standing back, forgiveness, courage, accountability, authenticity and affective commitment

The Impact of Teacher Errors on Senior Students’  Understanding of Concept Respiration, in Awka,  An

The study investigated how teachers’ conceptual errors influenced secondary school students understanding of concept of respiration. The sample comprised 40 out of 72 biology teachers and 432 out of 2049 biology students drawn from 10 secondary schools in Awka Education zone of Anambra State. Two research questions and one null hypothesis guided the study. Date was collected using three instrument developed by the researchers.

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