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Academy of IRMBR Volume  4, December, 2016
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Mobile Sink Random Mobility Model Impact in Wireless Sensor Nodes Energy Consumption Efficiency

Conserving network energy for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is a highly researched area now-a-days. One of the methods employed to achieve this task is by keeping the data collecting sink node(s) mobile. This can be realized by the randomly mobilizing the data collecting sink node(s). An advantage of this realization is that it is easily deployable. Therefore, we target random mobility model for the energy conservation of the WSN. The percentage change in performance is measured by the 2 states mathematical equation. Using the energies consumed by the network during active network operation, the mathematical equation provides insight into the network ability to conserve energy. The energy consumed by the network with a static data collecting sink node is the first state and the energy consumed by the same network with data collecting sink node kept mobile is the second state. The network simulator-2 (ns2) supports various adhoc wireless network routing protocols. A unique protocol was selected out such 4 protocols. The results are observed and compared for 4 sensor networks of different sizes. Key Words: Adhoc Wireless Network Routing Protocols, Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Energy Efficiency, Random Mobility Model.
ADIL KHAN and JIANG FENG 317-325 Download(317)
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Job Satisfaction Impact on Employee Performance

The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship among the reward and recognition, training and development and organizational commitment with job satisfaction in Mitchel fruit farm OKARA (Punjab) Pakistan. The data was collected through questionnaires on five point Likert scale from 100 respondent conventionally from Mitchel fruit farm (Renala) okara Punjab Pakistan. It is a descriptive research method to find out the impact of the variables. Quantitative method is applied for the analysis of the data. Data is collected from population by questionnaire. Mitchel industry & fruit farm Renala is selected as a population. In which collect data from manufacturing process department employee. Present study consists with the sample size of 100 respondents. In this paper use simple random sampling which is a type of probability sampling to collect data. Through analysis it was found that the reward and recognition has not strongly effect on job satisfaction because the employee of the organization not like reward only but they want recognition in the organization. Through analysis result shows the significant impact on training and development and organizational commitment on job satisfaction. In this study the software SPSS (statistical package for social science) was used for data analysis. Key Words: Reward and Recognition, Training and Development, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction.
MUHAMMAD RIAZ, WAQAS ALI, MUHAMMAD WASEEM ASLAM, GHULAM MURTAZA and MUHAMMAD FAREED-UN-NABI 326-336 Download(326)
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Impact of Motivation on Employee Performance (Industrial Sector of Pakistan)

The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship among the reward, training, job satisfaction and employee’s performance in Mitchel industry & fruit farm Renala Pakistan. The data was collected through questionnaire on five point Likert scale from 100 respondent conveniently from Mitchel industry & fruit farm Renala (Punjab) Pakistan. Data was collected from the employees of this industry. This is a descriptive study depend upon the target population of Mitchel industry & fruit farm .Simple random sampling techniques was used to collect data and sample size was 100.data collection method was survey and data collection instrument was questionnaire. This study was conducted in (industrial sector) Pakistan. Correlation and regression were used as statistical test of data. Through analysis it was found that reward, training and job satisfaction had a strong positive relationship among employee’s performance. Software: SPSS (statistical package for social sciences) was used for data analysis. Key Words: Reward, Training, Job Satisfaction and Employee Performance.
MUHAMMAD RIAZ, MUHAMMAD WASEEM ASLAM, FAHEERA NASEEM, FARAH TAYYAB and AHMAD RAZA 337-346 Download(269)

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