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  • A PARADIGM OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FROM BIG CORPORATE TO SM


Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Dr. Anupama Bains

Abstract:
Now a day’s CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is a topic that has become increasingly important over the last couple of years.


1-16
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  • A STUDY ON CO-OPERATIVE BANKS IN THE INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM: AN OVERVIEW


Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Co-operative Banks are an integral part of the Indian financial system. Co-operative Movement in India was started in 1904 mainly to provide farm credit to agriculture and allied sector. They are the first formal institution to be conceived and developed to purvey credit to both rural and urban India.


17-34
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  • ANALYSIS OF THE ADVANTAGES OF DEVELOPING A LOCAL CURRENCY BOND MARKET IN UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


Mr. Allen Baby

Abstract:
United Arab Emirates (UAE) has emerged as a major economy to be reckoned among the emerging economies. UAE in general and Dubai in particular is transforming itself as a major financial hub of the world and the cornerstone of the Islamic finance market.


35-41
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  • EMPLOYEE RETENTION MANAGEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOUR CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP – STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO MANUFACTURING ORGANISATIONS


M. BADMAPRIYA, Dr. P. SUBBURETHINA BHARATHI

Abstract:
A key factor in why people stay with an organisation is its leaders. Leaders are an equally important factor in why people leave: people do not quit organizations; they quit leaders.


42-55
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  • IMPACT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND FINANCIAL DECISIONS ON MARKET VALUE: A CASE STUDY OF INFOSYS


Akshita Rana, Rajesh Tiwari

Abstract:
The paper analyzes the impact of financial performance and financial decisions on the market value of Infosys.


56-69
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  • “AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION AMONG FACULTIES IN SELECTED PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES OF UTTAR PRADESH”


Dr. Nirdosh Kumar Agarwal, Nupur

Abstract:
Job Satisfaction is the basic need of the employees. Employee productivity is also directly proportionate to the job satisfaction.


70-83
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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INDIAN PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS DURING 2008 – 2013


Dr. V. R. Nedunchezhian, K. Premalatha

Abstract:
The growth and performance of banks are the asset of every country. The main aim of the bank is to accepting deposit and lending money to the general public.


84-91
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  • TOWARDS A GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN IN INDIA – PART I


R. Jayaraman, Indranil Ray, Tapan Patnaik, Jayatkalyan Ghorai

Abstract:
The global business environment has been constantly evolving with an increasing emphasis on corporate sustainability. In every aspect of business, adoption of environmentally sustainable practices is being emphasised.


92-109
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  • A TRANSPORT REQUIREMENT FOR SCHOOL STUDENTS


Mrs. T. Krishnaveni

Abstract:
The present paper is based upon the transport requirements for school students. The transport systems are very useful to the all passengers. This transport system plays a vital role to government and passengers.


110-115
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  • A STUDY OF LITERATURE REGARDING MICROFINANCE THROUGH SHGs


Ms. Parul Mittal

Abstract:
Micro-finance has evolved as a need-based programme for alleviation of poverty and to raise the income level of neglected target groups (women, poor, deprived etc.)


116-130
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  • FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF URBAN ENTREPRENEURS IN JALGAON CITY


Ms. Richa A. Modiyani, Dr. R. H. Gupta

Abstract:
Family businesses are the engines that drive socio-economic development and wealth creation around the world. Family businesses have throughout been highly pervasive from small to very large, and in every era have contributed towards significant wealth creation and nation building.


131-147
12
  • USE OF UNETHICAL PRATICES IN FOOD ADVERTISEMENT: A STUDY ON CHILDREN


Ms. Supriya Mahajan, Er. Vansh Raheja

Abstract:
In present era advertisement has a great impact on the consumer’s behavior especially on children but when it became unethical it will lead the society in the wrong direction. The food product companies are now spending a great amount on advertisement to attract this segment.


148-169
13
  • HEALTH INSURANCE IN KARNATAKA: A STUDY OF CUSTOMER PERCEPTIONS IN MYSORE DISTIRICT


Dr. H.C. Honnappa, B. Shyamsundar

Abstract:
Health Insurance is a method to finance health care. It refers to the reduction or elimination of uncertain risk of loss for the individual or household by combining a larger member of similarly exposed individual as who are included in a common fund that makes good for the loss caused to any member


170-190
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  • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS


Dr. D. Aravazhi Irissappane, B. Shankardevi

Abstract:
Emotional intelligence has been recognised as a key determinant for success in today’s high stress environment both in life and work. If a person is able to recognise his own and others strengths and weaknesses and if he uses his strengths to overcome weaknesses he may be effective and successful person in his life and workplace.


191-199
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  • IMPACT OF FESTIVALS ON ENHANCEMENT OF SOCIAL QUALITIES OF SECONDARY LEVEL SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BURDWAN DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul, Srikanta Nandi

Abstract:
This paper attempts to analyze the opinion of parents and secondary level students about the enhancement of social qualities like co-operation, leadership quality, helping attitude and discipline of students in relation to the participation in festival


200-209
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  • IMPACT OF COST OF CAPITAL ON CAPITAL STRUCTURE - EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN PAPER INDUSTRY


Dr. A. Vijayakumar, Ms. A. Karunaiathal

Abstract:
Financing the firm’s assets is a very crucial problem in every business and as a general rule there should be a proper mix of debt and equity capital in financing firm’s assets.


210-226
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  • TOWARDS A GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN IN INDIA – PART II : THE PUSH FOR A REGULATORY FRAMEWORK TO DIRECT GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN EFFORTS IN INDIA


R. Jayaraman, Indranil Roy, Tapan Patnaik, Jayatkalyan Ghorai

Abstract:
Green supply chain is an area where global corporate leaders have already laid focus and have undertaken necessary actions to set industry best practices. In PART I of this two part series we had explained and described the current efforts underway in Indian corporates to adopt to the challenges of green supply chain .


227-241
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  • A STUDY ON CONSUMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS SERVICE QUALITY ATTRIBUTES (SQA) BETWEEN PUBLIC SECTOR AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN COIMBATORE


Dr. P. B. Banudevi, Dr. D. Parasakthi

Abstract:
Investigating the influence of service quality variables on multidimensional models of consumers behavioral intentions should help to measure, control and improve customer perception of service quality of public banks and private banks.


242-247
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  • EFFECTS OF MARKETING COST ON QUANTITY OF MAIZE TRANSACTED AMONG AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN OYO AND OSUN STATES, NIGERIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS


Oladejo, J. A., Adetunji, M.O. and Ojedokun, I. K.

Abstract:
This research is a comparative analysis with a focus on the quantity of maize transacted and factors influencing such quantity among agricultural households in Oyo and Osun States of Nigeria.


248-268
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  • PROFITABILITY OF CASSAVA PROCESSING (PUPURU FLOUR) IN ONDO STATE, NIGERIA


Oladejo, J. A., Ojedokun, I. K., Oladiran J. O. and Adeyemi A. A.

Abstract:
This study analyzed the profitability of cassava processing (Pupuru flour) in Ondo State of Nigeria. Multi - stage sampling technique was used to select one hundred and eleven (111) pupuru processors in the study area.


269-280
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  • TRENDS IN LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE INDUSTRY IN INDIA


S. Suguna, Dr. C. Thilakam

Abstract:
This paper makes an attempt to assess the trends in liquidity management commercial vehicle industry in india for a period of 14 years (i. e. from 1999-2000 to 2012-13).


281-295
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