Kardan University founded in 2003 in Kabul, Afghanistan is the first privately owned university in Afghanistan.It began its operation in a small classroom with 15 students in a country that was experiencing privatization in higher education for the first time. It has over 15,000 alumni as of 2014. The university quickly became one of the largest private higher education institutions in the country and later elevated to university status by the Ministry of Education.Kardan University offers courses in the disciplines of Management Sciences, Information Technology, Engineering, and Social Sciences at the graduate level, and Business Administration and International Relations at the masters level.Kardan University has two campuses in Kabul city. Wikipedia.
Kardan | Date: 2009-11-17
Electronic cigarettes for use as an alternative to traditional cigarettes; Electronic cigarette carrying cases; Electronic cigarette refill cartridges.
Farooq S.U.,Kardan |
Khan Z.,University of Peshawar |
Ullah Z.,University of Peshawar |
European Journal of Scientific Research | Year: 2012
Tourism is the third biggest industry in the world and plays a key role in earning foreign reserve. Most of the developing countries spend income from tourism on infrastructure development and service delivery. It is a poverty reduction strategy because it supports and improves economic and social life of households who are involved directly or indirectly. The current study analyses the relationship between tourism and livelihood. The study concludes that tourism has a positive and significant bearing on productive human capital, square of physical capital, participation and square of household size and negative but significant impacts on physical capital and Household size. On the other hand, it has positive but insignificant impacts on household's Livestock and Education. The result of the sample data shows that that tourism has a positive and significant effect on the income, culture and social structure of the residents. The Study recommended that pro tourism strategy should be devised for the development of this sector. © 2012 EuroJournals Publishing, Inc.
Kardan | Date: 1997-07-22
Afridi S.A.,Kardan |
Farooq S.U.,Kardan |
Ullah M.I.,Abasyn University |
European Journal of Scientific Research | Year: 2010
This paper seeks to undergo the systematic economic analysis of the rapid growth in the U.K. telecom sector and demand for mobile services and the current developments in telecom sector have been thoroughly discussed. The quarterly data from Ofcom telecom, UK telecom regulatory authority of four cellular operators, and fixed line services from 1999Q2 to 2006Q4 have been analyzed in this paper. The UK Mobile demand model has been made and it has been that the price elasticity (-0.52) is negatively related to the volume of mobile. It was also found that the GDP (Gross domestic product) and Subscribers both are positively related to the minutes of mobile telephone. The paper also highlighted the estimated UK fixed line demand model. The price elasticity -0.943486 have been found in the proceedings. It was also found that the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is positively related to the fixed line minutes © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2010.