Journal of Research in Social Sciences (JRSS)


The Journal of Research in Social Sciences is a multidisciplinary blind peer review journal. It is published twicely in a year by the Faculty of Social Sciences, National University of Modern Languages (NUML) (Islamabad, Pakistan) under the patron leadership of the Rector of NUML. JRSS has a team of reputable academic experts of their specific areas as members of its editorial board. The aim of JRSS is to provide a platform for academic researchers, social scientists and teachers and students to share their intellectual efforts and disseminate their results and to promote researches in the field of educational research through providing opportunities for print and online access to quality material for all those who are interested in the field of research in social sciences.

Message from Chief Patron  

It is heartening to note that the Journal of research in social sciences has been warmly received by the international community of scholars also and a high proportion of foreign contributors in the present issue is a positive sign of accept ability and credibility of the scholarly status of the Journal of research in social sciences. I appreciate the efforts of all the members of the editorial staff and the evaluators, of the articles from within and outside Pakistan. Their dedication has produced quality research work to set a pace for the future research effort in the field of scholarly research in social sciences. I sincerely believe that the social sciences are capable of meeting the felt needs of a knowledge based society to attain an equilibrium between the dimensions of newly emerging disciplines and their proper utilization in social setups to keep the societies vibrant healthy and strong.

Message from Advisor

There is a perennial challenge for all researchers to undertake curricular engineering tasks in the light of development in almost every area of interest to human kind, and this task is especially arduous in the world of today when human knowledge and human needs are increasing in geometric proportions. Probably the most notable example of knowledge for the sake of utility is available in the Socratic age when the harmony between knowledge and its social utility was first practiced. The trivium included three subjects namely language, its grammar and its rhetorical use. A full grasp over the language of communication in a democratic society was the most pressing need and trinium became the stapple food for all the school goers. As their social needs grew the subjects of quadrivium namely astronomy, music, arithmetic and geometry were introduced to make the national curriculum harmonious and knowledge became intrinsically related to the social needs.

Our times are beset with a host of problems relating to harmonization of new knowledge areas and new societal needs; a knowledge  based society is the order of the day and the  social scientists have to make strenuous efforts to harness all useful knowledge for the service of mankind. The natural scientists have given their best and it is upto the social scientist to absorb this scientific and technical knowledge with evervigilant eye for its utility to build a new human civilization. Social researchers, therefore, have a tremendous challenge ahead to entwine the informational and humanistic knowledge as well.

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