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  • WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION: KEY ISSUES AND CHALLENGES


Kavita Narwal

Abstract:
WTO, in the present shape as a main forum for trade organizations and the most effective mechanism for litigating trade disputes, has been hailed as one of the most successful post-World War II international organizations.


1-10
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  • IMPACT OF CHANGE AGENT IN CHANGE PROCESS


Anil Kumar

Abstract:
What is really meant by the notion “organizational change”? Huber (1991) writes that organizational change means a new position or another position compared to how the organization functioned and how its members and leaders acted earlier.


11-23
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  • ASSOCIATION OF QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT AND TARGET COSTING FOR COMPETITIVE MARKET


Anil Kumar

Abstract:
The difference between product costs and customer-driven costs is the resource-consuming activities that trigger them. Customer driving costs derive from specific customers and their buying characteristics.


24-35
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  • MANIFESTATION OF PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT: AN OVERVIEW


Meera

Abstract:
Almost all theorists believed that personality can be defined unique and individual set of psychological characteristics.


36-43
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  • INFLATION AND INDIAN ECONOMY: UNDERSTANDING INFLATION AND CONTROLLING IT


Anju Bala

Abstract:
The relationship between inflation and growth remains a controversial one in both theory and empirical findings. The impact of inflation on growth, output, and productivity has one of the main issues examined in macroeconomics.


44-55
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  • RETAILING: EMERGING AS A BOOM IN INDIA


Anju Bala

Abstract:
Retailing consists of the sale of goods/merchandise for personal or household consumption either from a fixed location such as a department store or kiosk, or away from a fixed location and related subordinated services.


56-63
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  • STRESS MANAGEMENT IN PRIVATE SECTOR BANK


Mrs. Aruna

Abstract:
Stress is fact of every body life. In the competitive and fast moving modern life every individuals is under stress.


64-70
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  • CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IN INDIA


Vibha Lamba

Abstract:
Electronic commerce, commonly known as e-commerce, is a type of industry where the buying and selling of products or services is conducted over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks.


71-82
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  • PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT IN INDIA- AN ANALYSIS


Vibha Lamba

Abstract:
Investing in equities requires time, knowledge and constant monitoring of the market. For those who need an expert to help to manage their investments, portfolio management service (PMS) comes as an answer.


83-94
10
  • ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IN RETAILING


Dr P K Mehta

Abstract:
Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is a growing aspect of the business community. This formally is the use of digital transactions between and among businesses and individuals. More commonly e-commerce is the use of the Internet to conduct business.


95-109
11
  • APPLICATION OF GENERAL AND SPECIFIC PROCESSES OF TARGET COSTING


Manmeet Kaur

Abstract:
Most of the previous studies on target costing method provide insight into the adoption level and perceived benefits of target costing.


110-134
12
  • INCENTIVES FOR STRENGTHENING THE ADOPTION OF MODERN COSTING TECHNIQUES


Manmeet Kaur

Abstract:
The paper studied the incentives use by the sample companies for the satisfaction of their employees. Employees are very important for the well implementation of both modern costing techniques namely target and kaizen costing.


135-147
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  • Stress Management (HINDI)


Shyam Sunder

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148-159
14
  • Impact of Fertilizers on the Environmental Sustainability Development and Agriculture


Jyoti Jangra, Hamit Lakra

Abstract:
The study is the modest attempt to explain the impact of chemical fertilizers on the natural resource like soil, water, resources.


160-166
15
  • A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND HUMAN CAPITAL VARIABLES


Devender Singh Muchhal

Abstract:
Human Capital is the most important asset of any organization to fulfill majority of the organizational goals.


167-180
16
  • HARYANA ON THE FAST TRACK OF ECONOMIC DEVELPOMENT


Mr. Kanwar Singh

Abstract:
Haryana is a state located in the north of India. Haryana enjoys a locational advantage situated next to NCR, a prominent trade and consumption centre. This state has been making strong impact in the fast growing development of India.


181-189
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  • TALLENT ACQUISITION POLICIES IN HARDWARE COMPANIES A STUDY ON WeP Peripherals, Mysore


Girisha M C

Abstract:
Recruitment is the discovering of potential applicants for actual or anticipated organizational vacancies.


190-216
18
  • PERFORMANCE OF PRAGATHI GRAMINA BANK IN BOOSTING AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT


Akshatha B.G.

Abstract:
This paper focuses on the role of Pragathi Gramina Bank in the promotion and the development of agriculture in India.


217-228
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  • ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA


Dr. Chalawadi. C.I

Abstract:
The goals of sustainable development are not merely the development and well being of all human beings but that of all other species on the globe. It is true that our environment is degrading day-by-day due to reckless exploitation of natural resources in India.


229-236
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  • EMERGING TRENDS IN HEALTH CARE IN INDIA –PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES


Dr.R.Kavitha

Abstract:
This article mainly deals with emerging trends in health care in India. India has a population of 1.2 billion people and the second most populous in the world. Nearly three quarters of the population still lives in rural areas.


237-243
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  • PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM (PMES): An Emerging Trend In Performance Management Systems


Chitrangda

Abstract:
While India already has an impressive range of performance tools, their effectiveness have been limited by issues like routine implementation, fragmented institutional responsibilities, weak incentive system etc.


244-256
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  • A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF BANKING OMBUDSMAN SCHEME IN BANGALORE


Mrs. Prasanna Prakash,Seema Badiger

Abstract:
It is popularly said that the customer is the king of market and satisfying customers should be the major factor behind success of any business.


257-273
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  • LAWS, REGULATION, POLISIES, STRATEGIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION and NATURAL HAZARDS MANAGEMENT


DR. SURYA BHUSHAN TIWARI,

Abstract:
In general, environment refers to the surroundings of an object. Environmental law is a complex and interlocking body of treaties, conventions, statutes, regulations, and common law that, very broadly, operate to regulate the interaction of humanity


274-290
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  • LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE DYNAMIC MARKETING ENVIRONMENT


Priyanka

Abstract:
In a rapidly evolving marketing environment, the demarcation of legal and ethical issues have a thin line at the base that ultimately turns out be ambiguous to a marketer since he is more interested in the functional side of the mundane activities of the business.


291-304
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