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OCTOBER 2016/ Vol.6.0/ Issue-I 

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PART-1 : Research Topic on Medical Science 

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 1 TITLE NAME  : OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF UROLITHIASIS IN CENTRAL SRI LANKA
Author’s Name : Anurudda Udaya Bandara Pethiyagoda1, Kalyani Pethiyagoda2
Country from : SRI LANKA
DOP- 31-10-2016/ Chapter-I/Page – 01-05 [ OCTOBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : P1-MDS-V6-I1-C1-OCT2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article
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Abstract Urolithiasis is the third most common urological disease affecting both males and females.  Factors which are affected to predispose to sporadic urolithiasis include dietetic issues, occupation, geographic and climatic aspects as well as the special characteristics of drinking water. The study sample size of this descriptive cross sectional study was 184. Both male and female patients were included under the click here
age group of 20 to 70 who have done same occupations for more than two years were enrolled in this study. Patient’s demographic details, blood and urine investigations, X-ray Kidney, Ureter, Bladder (KUB) and ultra sound KUB data were recorded.  The association between the percentages of colic and the occupational category was calculated. Then it was compared with the occupational distribution of general Sri Lankan population. The objective of this study was to evaluate the pattern of occupational distribution of patients presenting with urolithiasis. As the results, mean age of the subjects were 40.86 ±11.99 and out of the sample 72.82% (n=134) were male and 27.17% (n=50) were female. Population of patients with colic, there were 24.14% patients who did sedentary occupations whereas in general population the percentage was 32.9%.  Population of patients with colic, there were 76.48% patients who did non-sedentary occupations whereas in general population the percentage was 71.30%.  Therefore Urolithiasis was prevalent among non- sedentary occupants than sedentary occupants.

 

PART-2 :  Research Topic on Education 

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 2 TITLE NAMETHE BENEFITS OF PEER COACHING METHOD FOR TEACHERS’ CLASSROOM EFFECTIVENESS (CASE OF INTERNATIONAL LIGHT COLLEGE, MADAGASCAR)
Author’s Name : Abdurrahman Koça
Country from : GEORGIA
DOP- 31-10-2016/ Chapter-II/Page – 06-10 [ OCTOBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : P2-EDU-V6-I1-C2-OCT2016
Status : Officially Published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article
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Abstract : Supervision of all the teachers is difficult process for principals or supervisors of the schools. Principals cannot interact with all teachers on daily basis and cannot supervise them. Similarly, teachers in schools also get very busy that they cannot/may not report and meet supervisors in daily basis or frequently. To overcome this issue, peer coaching method –click here
which can be described as a system of reciprocal learning and support – can be used. With the implementation of peer coaching in schools, teachers get the opportunity to observe, share and offer suggestions to each other’s. After participating in peer coaching, teachers can learn from teaching techniques of their peers and also get benefit in seeing how their peers are performing certain functions. In addition, peer coaching enables teachers to give understanding of different methods that can be used for helping students in resolving their issues. This study is designed to overview the benefits of peer coaching method for enhancing teacher’s classroom efficiencies.

 

PART-3 :  Research Topic on Social Science

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 3 TITLE NAME : SHARIFA MARRIAGE OF PROPHET MOHAMMAD SAW. FAMILY IN INDONESIA
Author’s Name : Fathurrahman Azhari1 IAIN Antasari2
Country from : INDONESIA 
DOP- 31-10-2016/ Chapter-III/Page – 11-20 [ OCTOBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : P3-EDU-V6-I1-C3-OCT2016
Status : Officially Published Download: E-Certificate , Full Article
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Abstract Sharifa marriage of Prophet Mohammad Saw. family in Indonesia on South Kalimantan is interdict the sharifa married with non habibs man which it is got into the habit since great-grandmother until these days. This research has a purpose to identify and find theclick here
variables which the Habibs and sharifa’s can use as an opinion to be motivated and know the consequence from the sharifa marriage. This research finding this proposition: keep the equivalent (kafa’ah) of magnificence lineage, conserve the lineage, and keep the genetic relationship. However, sharifa marriage of Prophet Mohammad Saw. in Indonesia has consequences such as: first, in Social life: 1) there are a lot of sharifa women not married until they old. 2) Marriage of sharifa with non habib man will not be present by the family of sharifa’s. 3) Marriage of sharifa with non habib has a difference in the family. Second, in culture life: 1) lineage to Prophet Mohammad Saw. will be break. 2) Had no right to bear a title of habib or sharifa because the descent connected to the father.

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PART-4 :  Research Topic on Biological Science

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 4 TITLE NAME : EMERGING BEGOMOVIRUS DISEASES TRANSMITTED BY WHITEFLIES IN THE SULTANATE OF OMAN
Author’s Name : Q.M.I.Haq*1F.L.Hakkim2
Country from : SULTANATE OF OMAN
DOP- 31-10-2016/ Chapter-IV/Page – 21-26 [ OCTOBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : P4-BGS-V6-I1-C4-OCT2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : The emerging begomoviruses in the Sultanate of Oman, containing single-stranded circular DNA genome belongs to the family Geminiviridae are the phytopathogens transmitted by whitefly (Bemisia tabaci Genn.). Recently, Oman has been shown to be a sink of begomoviruses, resulted in significant yield losses in variety of Omani crops. The research on begomovirus has mainly involved the molecular characterization of the viruses, their phylogenetic analyses, infectivity on host plants, DNA replication, transgenic resistance, promoter analysis and development of virus-based gene silencing vectors. This article mainly focused on the emerging begomovirus diseases in different crops, in the last 7 years in Oman and focused major future areas of begomovirus research that need more attention.click here

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