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Academy of IRMBR Volume  2, January, 2014
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Measuring Antecedents of Service Quality in Hospitals A Comparative study of LRH and KTH Hospitals Peshawar Region Pakistan
Service quality is one of the most important factors in service industry. This research analyzes the antecedents of service quality in two major hospitals of Peshawar Region Pakistan. Study has identify a enrich theoretical framework and uses a structured questionnaire from 150 patients on equal basis from Leady Reading Hospital LRH and Khyber Teaching Hospital KTH. Study has used multiple regression technique to find importance of each variable and its contribution towards service quality. Study identify that cleanness and ambulance service is important in LRH while patients of KTH consider Blood bank and restaurants as major factors of quality service delivery.
Key Words: Quality Service, Hospitals, Blood bank, KTH, LRH and Peshawar Pakistan.
SHAHZAD KHAN 1-17 Download(379)
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The Role of Strategic Entrepreneurship In Agriculture: A case Study of Dotito Irrigation Scheme in Mashonaland Central Province, Zimbabwe

Farmers at Dotito Irrigation Scheme were trained to be successful entrepreneurs and the government encouraged them to be business minded whenever running their farming activities. These people also attend workshops on entrepreneurship skills organised by the government. Dotito Irrigation farmers were trained to manage their resources strategically. They depend on their farm produce to meet their day to day needs. The feasibility and practicability of the questionnaire was studied through the pilot test. Analysis of data was done using content analysis. The research also examined the hypothesis and has shown that strategic entrepreneurship has a significant correlation with an increase in agricultural productivity at Dotito Irrigation Scheme.
Key Words: Strategic entrepreneurship, practicability, feasibility, hypothesis and agricultural productivity.
JOICE TEURAI ROPA MUJURU 18-28 Download(390)

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