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Sumayya Feroz, Afzal Amin
Issue 02

Socio-Economic Impacts of Militancy on Internally Displaced Population (IDP’S): A Case Study of Bajour Agency

The present study was conducted on socio-economic impacts of militancy on internally displaced population (IDP’s) in Bajour Agency. A total sample size of 30 was selected from total population living in Tehsil Salarzai....

uhammad Aqeel Khan, Lubna Iqbal
Issue 02

The Impact of Domestic Violence on Students Academic Performance: A Case Study of Charsadda Dosehra

The main aim of the study is to find out the effects of domestic violence on performance of students studies in public secondary schools. The case study was conducted in union council Dosehra Disrtrict, Charsadda. The study problem clearly states the research gap that is how domestic violence is negatively affecting academic performance of students, the researchers has conducted study through quantitative method...

Muhammad Hayat Khan, Imad Ali
Issue 02

Role of Television in the Socialization of Children

Television plays the most important and dominant role in children socialization because of the interesting contents and easy access. In the present world children are more in touch with Television than the other form of media. Television also plays a role in socialization of children therefore the present study is about the “Role of Television in socialization of children”. The objectives of study...

Sumayya Feroz, Lubna Iqbal
Issue 02

Socio-Economic Effects of Maize Hybrid on Farmers

Pakistan is facing a serious problem of increasing population therefore it is essential to increase the food production. As cultivated land resources are becoming limited the strategy for the future will have to be built around raising the productivity of existing land rather than on expanding the cultivated area as has been done in past. The most appropriate...

Lubna Iqbal, Afzal Amin
Issue 02

The Role of Jirga in Conflict Resolution of Pashtun Society

The present study was conducted on the role of Jirga in conflict resolution for conducting the study a total number of 60 respondents were selected. The data was collected from educated and no educated respondents respectively. The study revealed that most of the respondents have low level of educational status, living in joint family system and experienced or aged with special reference to Jirga....