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  • WORKING CONDITIONS AND LABOUR WELFARE MEASURES IN THE TEA PLANTATIONS OF IDUKKI DISTRICT


Santhimol M. C

Abstract:
Indian tea industry is the second largest employment provider in our country, giving employment to more than 1.2 million labourers on a permanent basis in addition to one million labourers on a casual basis.


1-8
2
  • A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS CREDIT FACILITY OFFERED BY LAKSHMI VILAS BANK IN SALEM


Dr. P. Ashok kumar

Abstract:
Line of credit is any credit source extended to a government, business or individual by a bank or other financial institution.


9-16
3
  • CHALLENGES FACED BY THE ORGANIZATIONS DURING CHANGE


Vinay Chaitanya Ganta

Abstract:
To bring a successful change in the organizations is a challenging issues today. Change management is about managing each of these elements continually through and during and after any improvement.


17-25
4
  • THE ROLE OF DEMOGRAPHICS IN STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION ON ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS IN HLIs


Dr. D. Aravazhi Irissappane, Rouvier Sabrina Marie

Abstract:
The demographic variables are essential in understanding the main factors that may contribute to the academic performance of the students.


26-36
5
  • “TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN FOREX MARKET”


Dr. Dharamveer

Abstract:
Foreign Exchange Market is a free Market, where prices of currencies are determined on the basis of demand and supply


37-48
6
  • CASE STUDY AS A METHOD OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN Phd THESIS


Dr.Vijetha Mukkelli

Abstract:
In this era of declining values and ethics among the leaders, there is a need to look into history to find out the leaders who relentlessly stood for values and became successful.


49-56
7
  • PRE AND POST TRAINING PERCEPTIONS: A CASE OF INSURANCE AGENTS IN DELHI


Saloni Kalra, Anam Amin

Abstract:
The paper investigates the pre and post training perceptions of insurance agents relating to their efficacy.


59-68
8
  • EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES - A STUDY OF RITES LIMITED, GURGAON


Priya Singh

Abstract:
Training and Development is the most important function in any organization, it increases the efficiency and overall effectiveness of the organization.


69-80
9
  • EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORKING UPON MODERN DAY BUSINESSES: CONTEXTUAL ISSUES & FUTURE TRENDS WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS UPON FACEBOOK


Soumitro Chakravarty, Dr. Umesh Prasad

Abstract:
Facebook, which arrived in the scene on 2004, has taken the world by storm. There have been numerous evidences of increasing Facebook penetrations across various sectors all around the globe.


81-85
10
  • ANALYSIS OF EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION IN COMMUNICATION COMPANY


Neha Nazneen Siddiqui

Abstract:
This paper presents an evaluative survey of employee’s satisfaction and assessment system of engineers with special reference to Tata Communications Ltd. with the objective to determine the following.


86-102
11
  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA


Dr. Anita Sharma

Abstract:
As the smooth functioning of a hand is dependent on the smooth functioning of all the fingers. In the same manner the development and growth of a nation is also dependent on the development and growth of both men and women equally.


103-110
12
  • EXPLORING FRUGAL ENGINEERING PROCESS TO BECOME MORE REGULATED, RELIABLE AND SAFE


Dr. Shyamkant Shrigiriwar, Satish Shrikrishna Chinchorkar

Abstract:
Frugal Engineering or Frugal Innovation is the process of reducing the complexity and cost of commodity and its production.


111-126
13
  • INVESTING IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES: AN EQUIVALENT TO ORGANISATIONAL FINANCIAL SUCCESS


Shefali Sachdeva

Abstract:
The investment made in training and development programmes is often viewed as an indicator of modernization, adaptability and sustenance of an organization by majority of stakeholders.


127-139
14
  • METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN MEASURING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS


Dr. Venkatraja. B, Prof. M. Indira

Abstract:
Over the period of time several frameworks such as income approach, basic needs approach, commodities approach etc. were evolved to measure development.It can be reiterated that they are inadequate and incomplete


140-159
15
  • TRANSFORMATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


Rajesh Tiwari, Dr. Bimal Anjum

Abstract:
The paper evaluates the key issues for transformation of Indian higher education system. The proposed inputs for transformation have been derived from literature review.


160-168
16
  • “LEVERAGING ASSET PRICE DIFFERENTIAL TECHNIQUE FOR HEALTHCARE INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO RISK MINIMIZATION”


Rohit Malhotra

Abstract:
This paper is a construction of customized portfolio risk analysis using Healthcare investment products,Socially responsible investments are not new in the market and there are credible empirical work done in the same direction.


169-184
17
  • FACTOR INFLUENCING EMPLOYEES LOYALITY TOWARDS ORGANISATION: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION AT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN DEHRADUN


Vinod Hatwal, Prof (Dr.) D. S. Chaubey

Abstract:
With the advent of economic globalization and the information era, the industry is now facing the ever-growing pressure from both local and overseas competitors.


185-203
18
  • BUSINESS MODEL EVOLUTION AND TRADE POLICY IMPLICATION (Study of IT Industry)


Syeedun Nisa, Dr N Ravichandran

Abstract:
Business models of companies have evolved over a period of time. A business model is dynamic and is prone to changes due to changes in the external and internal environment in which business is conducted.


204-225
19
  • IMPACT OF FESTIVALS ON THE ENHANCEMENT OF SOCIAL AWARENESS OF SECONDARY LEVEL SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH MICRO EVIDENCE FROM BURDWAN DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Srikanta Nandi, Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
This paper attempts to analyze the opinion of parents teachers and secondary level students about the enhancement of social awareness including some selected indicators like adverse effects of pollution, adulteration, adverse effects of taking fast food and participation in health awareness program like blood donation camp etc.in relation to the participation in festivals.


226-237
20
  • REALITY OR RELATIVITY: UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT AND THE CONCEPT OF LUXURY BRANDING & MARKETING


Prashant Mehta

Abstract:
Luxury branding and marketing is a new ball-game altogether, both from the perspective of the marketer as well as the consumer.


238-255
21
  • USE OF ICT IN SCHOOL EDUCATION: A MICRO STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE IN THE DISTRICT OF BURDWAN, WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Srikanta Nandi, Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
This paper attempts to analyze the opinion of teachers and the administrative personnel of education department about the use of ICT in school education.


256-263
22
  • CREATING BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY: A CASE STUDY OF ZIPDIAL


Syed Tabrez Hassan

Abstract:
In this paper we have tried to learn from an innovative business model of an Indian company which is redefining and redesigning the way business model of a company is perceived.


264-268
23
  • A STUDY ON COMPARATIVE OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF CORPORATE HOSPITALS IN INDIA


Dr. A. Muthusamy

Abstract:
The study deals with measuring the operational efficiency of corporate hospitals working in India.


269-280
24
  • SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT STUDIES IN ADILABAD TOWN TELANGANA STATE, INDIA


G.Prabhaker , Jayanth Chapla, T.Anuradha

Abstract:
An approach to the solid waste management study was carried out at Adilabad – A model town , which is 300 kilometers away from Hyderabad city ,with a population of 1 ,40,000.


281-290
25
  • FINANCIAL LITERACY AND INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR AMONG SALARIED CLASS- An Empirical Study in Mangalore City


Dr. Ishwara. P

Abstract:
In this research paper an attempt has been made to study the awareness and behaviour of salaried class employees.


291-299
26
  • ANTECEDENTS OF EMPLOYEE FAIRNESS PERCEPTION OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM WITHIN ORGANIZATION: A BANKING SECTOR REVIEW


Vandna Talwar

Abstract:
The concept of justice has interested scholars since times immemorial but, it was Aristotle, who first analyzed the justice in context of distribution of resources between individuals, thereby laying the foundation of justice in organizational settings (Ross, 1925 cited in Greenberg and Colquitt, 2005).


300-315
27
  • A STUDY ON THE BUYING BEHAVIOUR OF CONSUMER AT APPAREL RETAIL OUTLETS IN BANGALORE


Dr. A. Kumudha, Ms. Barkathunissa. A

Abstract:
Consumer behaviour refers to the behaviour that consumer’s display in searching for purchasing, using, evaluating and display positioning of products and services that they expect will satisfy their needs.


316-323
28
  • A DECSRIPTIVE STUDY ON THE INDO-PAK TRADE RELATIONS IN THE EMERGECNCE OF SAARC


Dr. S. Nagabhushana

Abstract:
The world has been groping for a new approach to an organization of the international system. The aggravation of international tensions and constant fear of nuclear holocaust has drawn states and peoples much closer to new patterns of internationalis


324-343
29
  • STUDY OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IMPACT ON MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS


Gomathi Sankar Jeganathan, Dr. Yarlagadda Srinivasulu

Abstract:
Tourism is an industry which has been showing continuous growth year over year. It has direct as well as an indirect contribution to the global economy. In some developing economies, tourism is the major source for employment and income.


344-353
30
  • TAKE OUT FINANCING SCENARIO IN INDIAN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS


Dr. Hiren Maniar

Abstract:
As we know that India is the 4thlargest economy (in terms of GDP size) in the world, a key factor obstructing its growth and development is the lack of world class infrastructure. Estimates suggest that this lack of adequate infrastructure reduces India's GDP growth by 1- 2 % every year.


354-406
31
  • SALINE ALKALINE BLACK COTTON SOIL AMENDMENT WITH PEG FOR THE GROWTH OF LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM MILL


B. L. Chavan

Abstract:
Salinity stress has a major impact on plant growth and yield. Salt stress presents an increasing threat to plant agriculture.


407-429
32
  • INDIAN AVIATION SECTOR: MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IMPLICATIONS


Dr. Smita Meena

Abstract:
The mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are growing both in numbers and deal values. The objective of this paper is to study, why organizations take the mode of expansion.


430-442
33
  • IMPACT OF HR PRACTICES ON THE RETENTION OF EMPLOYEES IN KARUR DISTRICT


Dr. Jeyasree Ramanathan

Abstract:
In India, public and private sector companies are facing a formidable challenge of recruiting and retaining talents.


443-454
34
  • PLANTS USED BY HAKIMS FOR THE TREATMENT OF RUSSELL VIPER (RAKTA PINJARA) SNAKEBITE IN ADILABAD DISTRICT, TELANGANA STATE, INDIA


Shaik Hafeez, J.Chapla

Abstract:
A study was conducted to collect the information regarding the Russell viper (rakta pinjara a common local name of the snake) snakebite and their curing aspects from by the Hakim of Adilabad forest.


455-459
35
  • THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN ORGANIZATIONS


Prof. Krume Nikoloski, Ognen Aleksoski, Borka Petrusheva

Abstract:
In this paper we will study the relationship between information systems and organizations. Respectively will try to show how information systems affect organizations and conversely.


460-472
36
  • CONSTRAINTS FACED BY PROPERTY DEVELOPERS IN THE FUNDING OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT IN MAURITIUS


Reshma Rughooputh, Jaylina Rana, Vashishta Nu

Abstract:
During the last few years, many residential projects, more precisely the construction of residential complexes, have ground to a halt mainly due to the financial constraints which are faced by property developers.


473-482
37
  • TOURISM MARKETING: A STUDY ON TOURISTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS SELECT TOURIST PLACES IN TAMIL NADU


K. Elumalai,Dr. M. Rajendran

Abstract:
Tourism and travel have undergone tremendous growth and diversification become one of the fastest developing economic sectors. It is the major players in international commerce in making foreign relation among nation.


483-493
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