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The Virtual University, Pakistan’s first University based completely on modern Information and Communication Technologies, was established by the Government as a public sector, not-for-profit institution with a clear mission: to provide extremely affordable world class education to aspiring students all over the country.

Using free-to-air satellite television broadcasts and the Internet, the Virtual University allows students to follow its rigorous programs regardless of their physical locations. It thus aims at alleviating the lack of capacity in the existing universities while simultaneously tackling the acute shortage of qualified professors in the country. By identifying the top Professors of the country, regardless of their institutional affiliations, and requesting them to develop and deliver hand-crafted courses, the Virtual University aims at providing the very best courses to not only its own students but also to students of all other universities in the country.

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IMPACT OF THE PERCEIVED COACHING LEADERSHIP STYLE ON FOLLOWER’S JOB PERFORMANCE WITH ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AS MODERATOR

Kinaan Khalid (Issue Date : 02-08-2019)

The aim of this research is to expand the base of knowledge and empirically find the relationship between coaching leadership style and follower’s job performance with organizational culture as a moderator. There are two objectives of the study. Firs...


AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS OF VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY REGARDING THE USE OF EBRARY IN THEIR ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

Nazina Safarish (Issue Date : 02-08-2019)

This research work was carried out to know the perception of students of Virtual University regarding the use of ebrary in their academic activities. The study also focused about the usage and practices of ebrary of VU students in four different prog...


ASSESSMENT OF HEAVY METALS BIOACCUMULATION AND HAEMATOLOGICAL ALTERATION IN Cirrhinus mrigala, Oreochromis mossambicus AND Sperata serwari SPECIES AT ISLAM BARRAGE OF SUTLEJ RIVER

Tariq Javid (Issue Date : 30-07-2019)

River Sutlej is the most polluted river at this point in South Asia. Noticeable quantity of metals is thrown into this water body. Among them, the notable pollutants are heavy metals. These heavy metals are accumulating in the different organs of fis...


STUDY OF THE HEAVY METALS ACCUMULATION IN FISHES FAUNA (Cirrhinus reba, Channa marulius AND Rita rita) IN RIVER SUTLEJ NEAR MINCHANABAD TOWN DISTRICT BAHAWALNAGAR

Allah Ditta (Issue Date : 30-07-2019)

In different organs of the fish a few heavy metals were measured in some fishes Cirrhiunus reba, Channa marulius and Rita rita captured at Minchanabad Town in River Sutlej. The water and sediment samples were collected and analysed for metal concentr...


Impact of Occupational Stress on Job Burnout with Moderating Role of Psychological Capital and Social Support

Aleena Shah (Issue Date : 26-07-2019)

The medical field is quite challenging as employees have to work day and night under extreme pressure and long and irregular working hours. This work pressure and exhaustion leads to occupational stress. Occupational stress when unaddressed, leads to...


COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE ABIOTIC STRESS RELATED WRKY TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR FAMILY IN CEREAL GROUP FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF SNPs

Javed Iqbal (Issue Date : 23-07-2019)

Plants are unable to remove and predict different environmental stresses so they acquire number of mechanism to adjust these changes. Plants receive stimulations from external environment and pass these to the defense response genes, which show their...


MOLECULAR DETECTION OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS IN RAHIM YAR KHAN DISTRICT POPULATION BY QUANTITATIVE REAL TIME-PCR

Tabinda Hina (Issue Date : 23-07-2019)

Hepatitis is a major disease spreading more rapidly in all over Pakistan and its detection is increasing day by day. Knowledge of the distribution of HCV has important clinical implications since the efficacy of current and new therapies. The treatme...


Effects of gold NPs on the liver, spleen heart, kidney and brain of mice model.

Mehreen Arshad (Issue Date : 23-07-2019)

Gold Nanoparticles (AuNPs) had been used widely in the medicine, industries but the safety of the gold NPs exposure remains unclear. The goal of the present study was to assess the toxic effects of thioacetamide (TAA) (300µg/kg) and gold nanoparticle...


STUDY OF GENETIC MUTATION RESPONSIBLE FOR MULTI DRUG RESISTANCE IN MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES OF AZAD JAMMU AND KASHMIR

Farah Naz (Issue Date : 23-07-2019)

Tuberculosis (TB) is an airborne disease caused by bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. TB is one of the ever- growing health problems across the globe. Its control has been hindered by the emergence of drug resistance developed by the bacterium aga...


MOLECULAR STUDY OF LMBR1 GENE IN LIMBS DEFORMED INDIVIDUALS FROM BAHAWALNAGAR

Rana Naumaira Saif (Issue Date : 23-07-2019)

LMBR1 gene is consisted on a protein membrane and in human body it is re responsible for the limb development. As it is the promising gene for the limb development so recently many research is in process for exposure of potential application of this ...


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