International Journal of Education and Management Engineering (IJEME)

IJEME Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan. 2014

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Table Of Contents


The Assertive Profile of the Bulgarian Students in Computer Science and Computer Engineering

By Ivelina Peneva Krasimir Yordzhev

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2014

Different points of view on the nature and content of the assertiveness are followed in this paper. The main purpose is to study the assertive profile of Bulgarian students in computer science and computer engineering by analyzing the components of assertiveness. Research was performed using testing methods. It was found that the level of expressivity of this personal quality among subjects were above-average level.

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A Study of Graphene

By Lakshmy Sukumaran

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2014

Much debate has been going on as to how nanotechnology will impact the way we live. With the discovery of Graphene, an atom thick allotrope of Carbon, new doors have opened with regard to its potential uses in the field of nanotechnology and possibilities seem endless. Much of the attention is now directed towards achieving a scalable means of production of graphene. The paper tries to highlight the properties of graphene which makes it widely sought after and lists some of the possible applications and uses.

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Abiding IPRs in Technological Implications for Pakistan

By Murtaza Hussain Shaikh Ievet S.Karlson Noor Ahmed Ansari Mahreen Jurial Khan Dai xiaoling

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2014

The focal objective of this article is to analyze the role of intellectual property rights in technological implications within a general context. The performance of the IPRs system and its interaction with national innovation system with some degrees of success has also been highlighted. Major encounter over subsequently decade will be to identify policies and solutions that would permit marketplace economy to flourish in the framework of this intellectual property insurrection. There has been a lot of dispute on the role of intellectual property protection regime specially in fostering innovation, technology development of a country. IPRs are expected to emboli the innovation, by rewarding inventor with a grant of domination rights over the mercantile exploitation for a specified time period. This article tries to attempts to review the role of the IPR regime in technological development and also have suggested some policy implications for country like Pakistan and some reflecting lessons for other developing countries with similar settings and common characteristics.

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