Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review

Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Multidisciplinary Research bearing ISSN: 2582-8088. The Journal covers contemporary research from all research areas and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.


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Influence of Motivation and Availability of Resources on Teachers’ Job Satisfaction in Public Secondary Schools in Minna, Niger State

The study conducted among teachers in public secondary schools in Minna revealed several key findings regarding factors influencing their motivation and job satisfaction. Firstly, teachers strongly agreed on ten factors that contribute to their motivation and job satisfaction, including favorable service conditions, access to sick leave, prompt payment of salaries, study leave with pay, and

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Adaptive Defense: Enhancing Network Security through Machine Learning Algorithms

This abstract explores the paradigm of a forward-looking approach to fortifying network security in the dynamic landscape of cyber threats. The study investigates the integration of adaptive defense strategies, leveraging the capabilities of machine learning algorithms to dynamically respond to evolving cyber risks. By continuously learning from real-time data, the proposed system adapts its defense

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Factors Affecting Students Academic Performance in Mathematics: A Comparative Study between Boarding and Non-Boarding Secondary Schools in Monduli District, Tanzania

The aim of this research was to investigate the factors impacting Mathematics achievement in secondary schools within Monduli District. The study focused on four secondary schools: Moringe, Orkeeswa, Engutoto, and Irkisongo. It tested three hypotheses: first, whether there’s a notable link between teachers’ qualifications and academic performance in Mathematics across boarding and day secondary schools

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Depression Literacy Program of Stigma and Mental Help-Seeking Among Teens and Youth in Malaysia: A Control Group Study

This study evaluated the effectiveness of a depression literacy program on depression literacy, mental health stigma, and help-seeking attitude among adolescents with a monthly household income of RM3900 a month or less (B40) in Malaysia. The program included a lecture, mental awareness activities, and a short video on depression. Residents from a boarding school for

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