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GE- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH (GE-IJMR)
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  • THE ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AMONG THE UNDERGRADUATES INVOLVED IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSES IN SRI LANKA


Dannangoda Gamage Menaka Prabhani Madushani Rukgahamula Hene GedaraWasantha Pradeep Kumara

Abstract:
Universities play a major role in producing entrepreneurs. Until recently, fostering innovations and new product development through entrepreneurshiphas not been regarded as a primary task of universities. Although the graduates are given the education on entrepreneurship, it is reported that they have less willingness to start their own business.


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  • THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP


Ziauddin Merza, Dr.Müge ÖRS

Abstract:
The role and importance of social media on women entrepreneurship is the purpose of this research to provide a philosophical discussion of various work of women entrepreneurs using social media as their primary tools for their businesses. Nearly it has been two decades of social media which are powerful tools to communicate with friends and family with limitless connectivity globally.


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  • DECISION MAKING IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES BASED ON KNOWLEDGE BASES AND NEW TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS


DŽINO JEFTO1, TEPŠIĆ MILICA2, JOVOVIĆ JELENA3 RADIVOJEVIĆ MLADEN4

Abstract:
In this paper we are dealing with decision making processes in construction companies using new technological solutions. We want to emphasize that this is one of the areas in which decision makers meet a large number of different challenges and that they need appropriate specific knowledge.


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  • “AGRO-TOURISM: A SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN MAHARASHTRA - A CASE STUDY OF VILLAGE INN AGRO TOURISM (WARDHA)”


DR. SUVARNA SATHE1, MR. MAHESH RANDHAVE2

Abstract:
Indian economy is largely agro- based. Tourism is a recent phenomenon occurring and widely now recognized as a major industry contributing to G.D.P. Tourism not only brings the economic growth and development in the state, but it also has socio-cultural and environmental impacts; which may be positive as well as negative. The recent boom in tourism at specific destinations in India and abroad has shown devastating impacts of mass tourism on ecology, and environment of the region.


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