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  • FINANCIAL INCLUSION: SCHEMES LAUNCHED AFTER MAY’2014


Seema

Abstract:
Even after 60 years of independence, a large section of Indian population is still unbanked. This situation has led generation of financial instability and pauperism among the lower income group who do not have access to financial products and services.


1-7
2
  • VISUAL MERCHANDISING IN INDIAN RETAIL


Dr. C. Swarnalatha, S. Soundhariya

Abstract:
Visual merchandising is arrangement of merchandise to improve sales. Visual merchandising is the technique used in promoting the sale of goods .It is arrangement of merchandise in retail store to highlight the products to the customers, making them browse inside the store leading to impulse sales.


8-12
3
  • THE ANALYSIS OF THE JAPAN-INDONESIA FTA COVERAGE RATES IN YEAR 2014


Dr. Hendry Litou

Abstract:
In this paper, the Japan-Indonesia FTA coverage rates in year 2014 are calculated and analysed. The coverage rate can be defined as the proportion of dutiable imports from FTA members that are eligible for preferential treatment.


13-25
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  • GROWTH AND CHALLENGES OF RETAIL INDUSTRY IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS


Dr. P. Thilagavathi

Abstract:
Retail Sector is one of the most important pillars of Indian economy and it is growing at a phenomenal pace. Indian retail is expected to grow 25 per cent annually. The retail sector has also contributed to 8% of the employment in the country.


26-35
5
  • SERVICES-LED GROWTH IN INDIA: HOW SUSTAINABLE?


Naveen Sood

Abstract:
In the recent past the growth of Indian economy is attributable to the dynamism shown by service sector and this sector has been the star performer by contributing 59.9% of GDP in 2013-14. It is engine of growth as it has respectable share in foreign direct investment inflows as well as total exports.


36-47
6
  • FORIEGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA: A TIME SERIES ANALYSIS


Santosh

Abstract:
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) plays an important role in the economic development. It helps in transforming of financial resources, technology and improved management techniques along with raising productivity.


48-54
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  • ROLE OF HARYANA GRAMIN BANK IN RURAL ECONOMY


Dr. Bimla Langyan

Abstract:
The present studies on the role of Haryana Gramin Bank in rural economy during the period 2004-05 to 2012-13. The objective of the study is to analyze the role of Haryana Gramin Bank in the rural economy.


55-63
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  • AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF COMMUNITY BANKS IN FINANCING RESOURCE POOR FARMERS IN DELTA STATE


Enimu Solomon, Igiri Juliana, Inya S. Uduma

Abstract:
The study focused to assess the performance of community bank (CBs) in financing resource poor farmers in Delta State, Nigeria. The research was conceived because of persistent financial problems of farmers and credit flow to agricultural sector in rural area. Descriptive statistics and regression model were used to estimate credit administration and delivery by community banks using 162 respondents.


64-75
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