Thursday, November 17, 2011

ISL201 Islamic Studies Solution & Discussion Fall 2011 Read more: ISL201 Islamic Studies Solution & Discussion Fall November 2011

“Does OBEDIENCE OF PROPHET (PBUH) & EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY have the same status? Why or why not? Discuss in the light of Quran and Sunnah.”

ISL201 Islamic Studies Solution & Discussion Fall 2011


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Mgmt623 Leadership and Team Management Assignment No 1 full solutoion November 2011

Mgmt623 Leadership and Team Management Assignment No 1 full solutoion November 2011


Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Software Engineering-1 CS504 Assignment no 2 Fall 16 November 2011

Part A: Case Study

The following snip was taken from the requirement specification of an Inventory & Order Management System (IOMS):

Initially IOMS is planned to perform two Tasks:

1) Order Management

2) Stock management

1) Order Management:

Order Management deals with two types of orders:

Purchase orders: Purchase orders are placed to purchase products from vendors; for each new purchase order (fed in the system by operator), the initial status is set to “Pending”, however, when the products are received from the vendor (i.e. the order is completed), its status is set to “Completed” and the products are added in inventory.

Sales orders: When ever a sales order is received from the customer, the sales clerk enters this order in the system and sets its initial status to “Pending”. However when the processing start on the order, its status is set to “In Progress”, and when the product is shipped to customer the status is set to “Completed”.

2) Stock Management:

Stock Management enables organization to maintain the current inventory of the sales products. A product can be added, edited and deleted in the inventory. Whenever a purchase order is completed (i.e. the ordered product is received), or a sales order is completed (i.e. the product is soled), the inventory of the product is updated.

Note:

There will be two types of users:

Administrator: Administrator can perform all tasks (i.e. manage purchase orders, manage sales orders, stock management etc)

SalesClerk: a SalesClerk can only manage the sales orders.
Part B: Question

Keeping in mind the Coad Methodology, identify the maximum number of objects from the case study given in part A, and also find out the possible attributes and services provided by each object.


Software Engineering-1 CS504 Assignment no 2 Fall 16 November 2011

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mth101 full idea solution ssignment 02 Fall November 2011

Mth101 Calculus & Analytical Geometry Assignment 02 Fall November 2011


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Monday, November 14, 2011

Database Management Systems CS403 Assignment No. 02 Semester Fall November 2011

Draw an ER Diagram of “Inventory Management System” on the basis of information given below. Follow the given “Rules” to draw Cardinalities and Relationships between Entities.

* ERD must be drawn by using MS-Word. No other submitted format is acceptable.

Entities and Attributes:

Customer:

- C-ID (Key)

- C-Name

- C-Address

- C-Phone#

Order:

- Order-ID (Key)

- O-Description

Invoice:

- Inv-ID (Key)

- Inv-Description

- Total-Amount

- Order-ID (Reference Key)

Product:

- P-ID (Key)

- P-Name

- P-Price

Category:

- Cat-ID (Key)

- Cat-Description

Vendor:

- V-ID (Key)

- V-Name

- V-Address

Store:

- S-ID (Key)

- S-Location

- S-Phone#

Hall:

- H-ID (Key)

Rules:

ü Customer can place many Orders at a time. He also may not place any Order

ü There is always one Invoice for each Order.

ü One Order can have one or many Products. And one Product can be ordered many times or may not order at all.

ü A Vendor provides many products and it is also possible that organization order single product from multiple vendors.

ü One Category can have many products, but must have at least one. And there one product must belongs to a single category.

ü A Store has Products of many Categories. And Products of one Category is always placed in one Store.

ü One store has multiple halls and one hall belongs to single store.




Database Management Systems CS403 Assignment No. 02 Semester Fall November 2011

Sunday, November 13, 2011

MKT501 GDB no 1 Fall 14 November 2011

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Total Marks 20
Starting Date Monday, November 14, 2011
Closing Date Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Status Open
Question/Description

Case:

GloAim is a software house in Pakistan; they developed a video game (Glodoll) for kids in 2001. The prototype of the game was developed and tested in various play stations in Pakistan. At the testing stage, it had been seen that the video game had the longest “play value”. The product was introduced in the market; after only six months, GloAim sold 30 million copies of the video game. Soon after such a huge response, sales were almost completely stopped. However, they made sales of $50 millions.

The product life cycle of the video game was not long as basic products have typical long product life cycle. GloAim developed and tested the prototype during the product development stage, but they sidestepped the introduction stage. As it is mentioned above there were rapid sales, and the video game quickly approached the growth stage. Here again, they skipped the maturity stage and directly went into the decline stage.

Discussion Question:

GloAim’s video game (Glodoll) did not follow the traditional product life cycle. Do you think products can be successful if they do not follow the typical product life cycle?

CS101 FULL SOLUTION

Solution:

Operating System

a. User

(Single or Multiple)

b. Task (Single or Multi)

c. Processor

(Uni/Multi)

d. Security

DOS

Single user

Single task

Uni

Poor

Windows XP

Single user

Multi task

Multi

Poor

Macintosh

Single user

Multi task

Multi

Good

Unix

Multi user

Multi task

Multi

Excellent

Windows Server

Single user

Multi task

Multi

Poor

Linux

Multi user

Multi task

Multi

Good

Windows 7

Single user

Multi task

Multi

Poor

Q. 2. Rearrange column B with respect to column A by selecting the most appropriate option. (5 Marks)


Solution:

A

Correct Answers

1

Operating System

Windows XP, Linux

2

Application Software

Web Publishing

3

Machine Language

Binary

4

Utility Software

Backup Software

5

Device Driver

System Software

6

Shareware

Distributed without payment

7

Trial Version Software

Usable for a short period

8

Engineering Software

AutoCAD

9

Vector Graphics

Corel Draw

10

Raster Graphic

Adobe Photoshop

Mkt621 Assignment No. 1 Fall 14 November 2011

SEMESTER FALL 2011
Advertising & Promotion (MKT621)
Assignment No. 01
Due Date: Nov 16, 2011 Marks: 15

THE CASE:
Sukan & Simmer Ltd has over 6 years experience in the fashion accessories profession, and supplies eel skin bags and purses to clients in London, Dubai, Australia, Spain, France Japan and India. The company is located in London.

Sukan & Simmer designs a range of eel skin bags and purses that make a great contribution to the world of fashion and style. People feel pride being the user of Sukan & Simmer's products. The product range includes a wide variety of precious stone color bags and purses. The products are available on the website and in boutiques worldwide. The company offers a wide range of eel skin bags and purses, which are designed to be an affordable luxury for any fashion focused individual.

Eel skin bags are lightweight and very flexible yet incredibly strong. Eel skin is 2-3 times stronger than regular leather of the same thickness and becomes even more flexible with continued use. Sukan & Simmer has an expanding group of customers worldwide and interested to open its retail outlets in three big cities of Pakistan (Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad). The company is in the process of developing the advertising campaign for these cities (Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad) in order to create awareness among the people in Pakistan. Mr. Alex the marketing manager of Sukan & Simmer is facing the problem to develop the message content for print advertisement.

Being an advertising consultant give suggestions to Mr. Alex (Marketing manager of Sukan & Simmer) regarding the message content of print advertisement.

Total Quality Management Mgt510 Assignment No. 1 Fall 14 November 2011

SEMESTER FALL 2011
Total Quality Management (MGT510)
Assignment No. 01
Due Date: 16th November, 2011 Marks: 15
Assignment:

Scenario:
Suppose you were working as a quality control manager in Leather shoe manufacturing company. Management observed a major decline in sales during last 6 months. Chief executive called a meeting of purchase and quality control department's personnel to discuss this serious issue. It was decided in the meeting to start an inquiry to know the actual cause(s) of declining in sales. You were assigned an additional task of supervising the work of inquiry committee. The company submitted its report to top management describing the main reason of declining in sales with the following words:

"our products are not standardized due to the lack of staff's training in understanding special and common causes of variation in production process".

Questions:
Keeping in mind the above scenario you are required to answer the following questions;
a) What do you understand by the term "common causes and special causes of variation?" (10 Marks)
b) Suggest ways to overcome the problem of understanding the common and special causes of variation in the given scenario. (5 Marks)

Instructions:
Please read the following instructions carefully before preparing the assignment solution:
• Answer should be to the point
• Solution should not be more than 2 page

Mgmt623 Leadership and Team Management Assignment No 1 Fall 14 November 2011

SEMESTER FALL 2011
"Leadership and Team Management (MGMT623)"
Assignment No. 1
Due Date: 16 Nov 2011

Assignment
Case: The New Head:

It took the board of trustees of Rahmat Eye Hospital almost eleven months to choose a new administrator. Their final choice was Murad Hassan, an associate administrator at a large health-care facility in Islamabad. The initial list of candidates included twelve administrators from other hospitals and health-care units throughout the country, as well as 148 other candidates with varying degrees of health-care experience and education.

One of the primary reasons to choose Murad Hassan was his success; he has had in implementing a number of significant changes in his health-care facility. Over the objectives of many of the personnel, Murad Hassan led the battle to computerize the system. There are now computers in every room of the department and patient information is entered and retrieved directly from these machines.

The cost of this innovation was high, but the reputation of the health-care facility rose dramatically and Murad Hassan wound up being interviewed on a number of local and national TV programs. Another of Murad's strong points, to put it in the words of one of the trustees, is that he "looks like an administrator and acts like one." Another said he has "presence." A third said, "When he talks to you, you know that he is in charge. He has 'administrator' written all over him."

These comments explain why Murad Hassan was chosen for the job. However, there are some people on the board who believe he may not be the best person for the job. One who has had doubts expressed them this way, "He is pre-occupied with his task compliance, but I don't know how well he interacts with people. He is very clever in getting himself involved in activities that help focus the spotlight on him. However, he has never had to deal with a human relations problem. He spends most of his time dealing with technical problems and trying to figure out ways to hold down operating costs. That's all well and good, but there is more to an administrator's job than that. We are looking for someone who can interact well with the public, deal with a variety of different groups including trustees, doctors, nurses, and other support personnel, reduce costs, and help the hospital gain a national reputation. I just hope he's up to it."

Questions
1. Have the trustees allowed trait theory to influence their decision? Explain.
2. In your opinion, Murad Hassan possesses which type of leadership behavior according to Michigan studies.

MGMT628 Assignment No. 1 spring fall 14 November 2011

Many organizations were downsized during the recession of 2008-2009. Thousands of employees have been laid off in days. It was a matter of time that the whole organizations were dissolved and every one was demanding bail out package from government. What more could be worse those governments themselves were out of money and in fact governments were thinking how to bail out themselves. It was chaos! Among one of them was Z-S Manufacturing.

Z-S manufactures electronic tubes of television. Z-S was also feeling the heat of recession as its operating time was reduced by 60 % during this recession. It seems that they have no choice other than organizational restructuring which means laying off the employees. The news of organizational restructuring has built the tension between labor and management. Employees have stopped working and the organization was facing continuous loss. The CEO, Mr. Bill, was against the restructuring and believed that employees were the assets of an organization rather than an expense. Therefore, he came up with an innovative plan.

He suggested a job sharing system, which later came to be called as "Switch Shift System". This system proposed to change the complete shift after some days. Some senior organization members predicted that this system could lead the organization towards even greater financial crisis. Nevertheless, Mr. Bill believed and respected the basic human principle (secure and respectable job) would overcome the costs.

Under the system, a team worked for four days, from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and another team worked the night shift for four days, from 9:00 pm to 9:00 am. After four days, another two teams will take over two shifts and previous teams will have four days off. This means rest of 3 days and 1 day of paid training.

Initially, employees opposed to the Switch Shift System because they thought that their wages will be reduced because there will be no overtime. However, they accepted the system as situation got worse.

The Switch Shift System started to show positive results. There was a huge jump in the productivity of the employees. Employees who didn't have time for long rest now they had enough time for continuous learning and development and all this was happening without halting the production lines or firing any one. As a result of this system, profits were doubled from U.S. $342 million to U.S. $684 million. But, this system reduced working hours by 150 hours per year and salaries were increased by 8 %.

Question:
1) If this kind of system is so profitable and useful then why isn't it more widely used?
2) What are the hazards that prevent such a system from implementation in a company?

Research Methods STA630 GDB no 1 fall spring fall 14 November 2011

Discussion Question

Both, the Moderating and Extraneous variables have an influence on the relationship between the dependent and independent variable. Discuss the basis on which we can differentiate moderating and extraneous variables?

Research Methods STA630 GDB no 1 fall spring fall 14 November 2011

MGT402 Cost & Management Accounting GDB no 1 fall 14 November 2011



GDB “Discussion Question”



“Mr. Daood is an owner of two stores situated at different locations. For costing the sold units, store “M” follows the First- In-First-Out (FIFO) method while store “N” follows the Last- In-First-Out (LIFO) method. On 1st November, both stores have the same quantity in stock that is 8,000 units at Rs. 24.00 per unit. On 12th November, both stores received the supply of 7,000 units at Rs. 25.50 per unit. Sales made by both the stores on 24th of November are 9,800 units at Rs. 26.00 per unit individually”



MGT402 Cost & Management Accounting GDB no 1 fall 14 November 2011

Managerial Economics ECO404 GDB NO 1 fall 14 November 2011

Discussion Question:



The Case:

Pakistan is an agricultural country and producing large amount of rice. Pakistan not only fulfills the domestic needs of rice but also exports it to the other countries and earns foreign exchange. Currently, rice accounts for 6.4 per cent of value-added in agriculture and it is expected that 2.5 million tons of rice will be exported in next year. Rice contributes around 1.6 % of the total GDP. Rice is used as a substitute of wheat and considered as necessity of life. Husked rice, White rice and Red rice are main types of rice. Suppose National Agricultural Research System (NARS) of Pakistan discovers a new rice hybrid that is more productive than existing varieties. This will not only enhance the production of the rice in the country but also be able to provide more quantity of rice to the importing countries by the spill over effect.



Requirement:

Being an economist, logically discuss how the rice producers will be affected from this discovery of new hybrid of rice?



Important Instructions:



1. Your discussion must be based on logical facts.

2. Your comments on the topic should not exceed 500 words.

3. The GDB will remain open for 2 working days/ 48 hours. (Change if more days are allowed)

4. Do not copy or exchange your answer with other students. Two identical / copied comments will be marked Zero (0) and may damage your grade in the course.

5. Obnoxious or ignoble answer should be strictly avoided.

6. Questions / queries related to the content of the GDB, which may be posted by the students on MDB or via e-mail, will not be replied till the due date of GDB is over.



Ø For Detailed Instructions please see the GDB Announcement


Managerial Economics ECO404 GDB NO 1 fall 14 November 2011

Business Finance ACC501 GDB no 1 Fall 14 November 2011

Discussion Question:



Mr. Fahad has just been appointed as CEO of Star Company. Having a specialization in the field of HR, he is not well aware of the concepts of Accounting and Finance though he is familiar with them. At the end of the year, he is confused while going through the financial statements of the company that why the Income Statement is reporting a loss whereas there is a positive net cash flow in Cash Flow Statement. Being Financial Manager of the company, how would you make this technical point clear to Mr. Fahad by mentioning the possible situations where a company can have a positive net cash flow with a negative net income?



Important Instructions:

1. Your discussion must be based on logical facts.

2. Your comments on the topic should only contain the logical reasons. Avoid unnecessary details.

3. The GDB will remain open for 3 working days / 72 hours.

4. Do not copy or exchange your answer with other students. Two identical / copied comments will be marked Zero (0) and may damage your grade in the course.

5. Obnoxious or ignoble answer should be strictly avoided.

6. Questions / queries related to the content of the GDB, which may be posted by the students on MDB or via e-mail, will not be replied till the due date of GDB is over.



Ø For Detailed Instructions please view the GDB Announcement.



Business Finance ACC501 GDB no 1 Fall 14 November 2011

Principles of Management MGT503 GDB no 1 fall 14 November 2011

Discussion Question:



Besides all of its characteristics, why has Weber’s Bureaucracy developed a bad reputation? How can today’s managers use bureaucratic management to streamline their organizations?





Important Instructions:





1. Your discussion must be based on logical facts.

2. Your comments on the topic should not exceed 500 words.

3. The GDB will remain open for 2 working days/ 48 hours. (Change if more days are allowed)

4. Do not copy or exchange your answer with other students. Two identical / copied comments will be marked Zero (0) and may damage your grade in the course.

5. Obnoxious or ignoble answer should be strictly avoided.

6. Questions / queries related to the content of the GDB, which may be posted by the students on MDB or via e-mail, will not be replied till the due date of GDB is over.



Ø For Detailed Instructions please see the GDB Announcement


Principles of Management MGT503 GDB no 1 fall 14 November 2011

Organizational Behaviour MGT502 GDB no 1 spring fall 14 November 2011

Discussion Question:

Suppose you are a manager of an organization. Almost 15 people are working under your supervision. All are performing above expectations except one of your line managers. After discussion with him you realized that the reason of his low performance is his view towards his abilities. He thinks that he would not be able to complete difficult tasks efficiently.





Requirement:

* Which motivation theory can best be applied in this situation?
* As a supervisor what measures you can take to increase his self-confidence?

Important Instructions:



1. Your discussion must be based on logical facts.

2. Your comments on the topic should not exceed 250 words.

3. The GDB will remain open for 3 working days/ 72 hours.

4. Do not copy or exchange your answer with other students. Two identical / copied comments will be marked Zero (0) and may damage your grade in the course.

5. Obnoxious or ignoble answer should be strictly avoided.

6. Questions / queries related to the content of the GDB, which may be posted by the students on MDB or via e-mail, will not be replied till the due date of GDB is over.



Ø For Detailed Instructions please see the GDB Announcement




Organizational Behaviour MGT502 GDB no 1 spring fall 14 November 2011
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