Orient Research Journal of Social Sciences (ORJSS)



Orient Research Journal of Social Sciences (ORJSS) publishes original and quality research in all disciplines of social sciences. ORJSS is a double-blind peer-reviewed and multidisciplinary research journal that publishes bi-annually by the Department of Political Science GC Women University Sialkot, Pakistan. This academic research journal addresses both applied and theoretical issues in social sciences in English language. Likely subscribers are universities, research institutions, governmental, non-governmental agencies and individual researchers.

ISSN Print 2616-7085
ISSN Online 2616-7093

Scope & Mission


Orient Research Journal of Social Sciences (ORJSS) is the official journal of Department of Political Science GC Women University Sialkot, Pakistan. The principal purpose of the journal is to publish scholarly work in different fields of Social Sciences. The research that is published may take a theoretical or speculative model as well as statistical and mathematical. Contributions are welcomed from all fields which have relevant and insightful comments to make about the social sciences.

1Dr. Humaira Masood DarEditor-in-ChiefGC Women University, Sialkot.[email protected]
2Dr. Zahid YaseenEditorGC Women University, Sialkot[email protected]
3Dr. Muhammad MuzaffarEditorGC Women University, Sialkot[email protected]

1Dr.Muhammad Iqbal ChawalaUniversity of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan[email protected]
2Dr.Iram KhalidUniversity of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan[email protected]
3Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmad Ch.University of Islamabad[email protected]
4Dr. Manzoor Khan AfridiInternational Islamic University Islamabad[email protected]
5Dr. Muqarrab AkbarB. Z. U Multan[email protected]
6Dr. A. Z. HilaliUniversity of Peshawar[email protected]
7Dr. Bonita AleazUniversity of Calcutta, India[email protected]
8Dr. Jagrup GnduGurunanak University of India[email protected]
9Dr. Gyasudeen MollaUniversity of Dhaka, Bangladesh[email protected]
10Dr. K. M. Sajad IbrahimUniversity of Kerala, India[email protected]
11Dr.Jie MaXian Jiatong University, China[email protected]
12Dr. Kamar ul Zaman AskandarUniversity Sains, Malaysia[email protected]

  • The contributors are advised to submit their manuscript via email ([email protected] & [email protected]) as an attachment (Ms Word). It is desirable that referencing be in Chicago citation style at the footnote of the documents.
  • The documents should be typed in (MS Word) double space with wide margins. All tables and statistical data should be organized with consistent style so that it may easily be composed for the Journal.
  • Authors should submit abstracts of their articles 100-150 words along with three to five key words. The first page should include the title, author’s full name, designation, institutional affiliation, address and email address. The manuscript should be between 3000-7000 words.

The manuscript may be submitted electronically by 15th of the April for Issue-I (June) and 15th of October for Issue-II (December)

The Orient Research Journal of Social Sciences follows double blind review policy. The articles will be sent to referees (national/international) for blind review. Contributors will be informed about comments of the referees and will be required to revise the article accordingly, if required.

Note: The Editor/Advisory Board reserves the right to make necessary editorial revisions. Opinions expressed in articles are those of the contributors and should not be attributed to the Department, the Editor or Editorial Board in any way.

Volum 2 – Issue 2 – 2017
01Impact of Ethical Leadership and Ethical Climate on Employees’
Outcomes: The Mediating Effect of Trust in Organization
Muhammad Arif Nawaz, Dr. Masood Ul Hassan, Dr. Khawar Naheed
02Women Political Participation in Pakistan: Steps towards Reshaping the Political EnvironmentFarzana Zaheer Syed & Dr. Humaira Masood Dar
03Child Begging in Pakistan: A Case Study of GujranwalaAbid Mehmood Ansari, Muhammad Hassan Rauf & IrumNazir
04Evolution of Religious Ethnicity in the Indian MuslimsMalik Shamas Ali & Dr. Humaira Masood Dar
05Factors Affecting Son Preference Phenomenon and Women Familial Status in PakistanBeenish Ijaz Butt & Amir Zada Asad
06Book Review: The Next 100 Years: A Forecast of the 21st CenturyMughiza Imtiaz
Volum 2 – Issue 1 – 2017
01The State of Human Rights in Federally Administered Tribal Areas of PakistanDr. Sohail Ahmad, Fasih Ahmed & Dr. Manzoor Khan Afridi
02Human Resource Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, Business Ethics and Organizational Performance: Evidence from Fast Food Industry in PakistanDr. Masood Ul Hassan & Muhammad Arif Nawaz
03Ideological Aspect of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: Pros and ConsDr. Humaira Masood Dar & Dr. Zahid Yaseen
04Human Development and Democratic Governance: An AnalysisDr. Muhammad Muzaffar & Sarwat Choudhary
05Impact of Study Habits on the Academic Achievements of Low and High Achievers in the Subject of English at Secondary LevelDr. Muhammad Arshad Javaid, Qazi Abdul Ghafoor & Imtiaz Hussain Tahir
Volum 1 – Issue 2 – 2016
01Labour Movement in West Pakistan 1947-1958: A Perspective on PunjabShahbaz Ahmad
02Teaching Parts of Speech through Literature: An ExperimentAbdul Ghaffar Tahir
03Socio-Economic Conditions of Child Beggars in Gujranwala:An Exploratory StudyMuhammad Abid Ansari
04China-Russia Relations after the Cold WarMuhammad Muzaffar & Imran Khan
05Vocabulary Learning Strategies of ESL Students at Intermediate Level in PakistanNaila Gul & Sayyam Saeed
Volum 1 – Issue 1 – 2016
01Educational Slabs and Vote for Political Parties: An Empirical Evidence of South Punjab (Pakistan)Muhammad Azhar & Dr. Ayaz Muhammad
02Historical Indulgent of Military as an Institution in the WorldDr. Zahid Yaseen & Dr. Humaira Masood Dar
03Social Policy and Women Status in Pakistan: A Situation AnalysisBeenish Ijaz Butt & Amir Zada Asad
04Pak-Indian, Heads of States Sideline Meetings for Normalizing of Conditions in both Countries through SAARC Engine: Efforts and OutcomesDr. Ghulam Mustafa & Muhammad Tasleem Ashraf
05A Study to Investigate the Teachers’ Managing Strategies for Students’ Misbehaviors in Secondary Schools of LahoreNoor-ul-Ain & Sayyam Bin Saeed

2018 – Volum 3 – Issue 1
01France and Pakistan Quest for Nuclear Deterrence: A Response to the Issue of National SecurityDr. Humaira Masood Dar
02Relationship between Human Capital, It Resources and Organizational Performance: An Operational Capabilities Mediated ModelSaad Hassan, Dr. Tang See Mei & Husna Bt. Johari
03Pakistan’s Countering Terrorism Efforts: An AnalysisDr. Zahid Yaseen, Rabia Naveed
04Effects of Sir Syed Movement on Indian Literature and Society: A Guiding Principal for Social AwarenessMuhammad Afzal Butt, Muhammad Shahbaz
05Investigating the Impact of Workplace Stressors on Turnover Intentions: A Case of Banking Sector of SialkotIram Rehmat, Sana Inam Pal & Nabia Sanam Shahid
06The Election Years 2017-18 and the Regional Circumstances: Prediction, Reality, Constitutional Constraints and Challenges for New Upcoming GovernanceDr. Muhammad Imran Ashraf, Muhammad Saleem Akhtar
07The Impact of Learning and Market Orientation on Product Development:The Mediating Effect of Innovation CapabilityDr. Khawar Naheed, Muhammad Arif Nawaz & Badar Latif
08Balochistan Insurgency: Causes and ProspectsDr. Muhammad Muzaffar, Sidra Karamat & Khalid Saeed
09Being an Effeminate in the Family: Family Experiences of the Transgenders of PakistanAbid Mehmood Ansari,Prof. Dr. Fauzia Maqsood
10Job Related Hypertensions among Secondary School Teachers and its Impact on their Performance: A Case Study of Dera Ghazi KhanDr. Muhammad Arshad Javaid, Fariha Sohil & Sadia Perveen
11The Talent Management Practices for Employee Job Retention_ A Phenomenological investigation of Private Sector Banking Organizations in PakistanSyed Adnan Ali & Muqqadas Rehman

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