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  • A STUDY ON PERCEPTION AND EXPECTATION OF THE CUSTOMERS ABOUT SERVICE QUALITY OF RESIDENTIAL APARTMENTS IN LARGEST CITIES OF TAMIL NADU


P. Manaivannan,Dr. M. Somasundaram

Abstract:
Shelter is considered as one of the basic necessities for healthy living. Housing in India is not merely a shelter but also a matter of self-satisfaction and pride in the society.


1-16
2
  • AN ANALYSIS ON PERFORMANCE OF WORKING CAPITAL (A Comparative study of selected fertilizer units in Andhra Pradesh)


Dr.P.S.Ravindra,Mr.Ch.Trinadha Rao

Abstract:
Indian Fertilizer Industry is one industry with immense scopes in future. India is primarily agriculture oriented country and its economy is highly based on the agrarian produce the agricultural sector and its other associated spheres provide employment to a large section at the country’s population and share about 25% to the GDP.


17-34
3
  • AGRICULTURAL LENDING OF COMMERCIAL AND COOPERATIVE BANKS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN THE STATE OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR


Haris Manzoor

Abstract:
The agricultural lending of commercial and cooperative banks has been compared in terms of the distribution and quantum of credit across different categories of farmers. The agricultural lending of commercial and cooperative farmers was compared in terms of their lending for different crop loans and investment loans.


35-51
4
  • Consumer Protection Act, 1986


Dr. Vijay Vir

Abstract:
Paper in Hindi Language


52-61
5
  • A STUDY OF ATTITUDE OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS ABOUT CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOL EDUCATION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BURDWAN DISTRICT IN WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Srikanta Nandi,Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul,Sunil Kumar Baskey

Abstract:
This paper attempts to analyze the attitude of parents and teachers about corporal punishment of students in secondary level schools of Burdwan district in West Bengal. The study covers one hundred sixty parents comprising of APL and BPL households and one hundred forty teachers including trained as well as untrained categories both in urban and rural areas of Burdwan district in West Bengal.


62-71
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  • CUSTOMER SATISFACTIONAND CUSTOMER RETENTION IN PRIVATE BANKING SECTOR: THE CASE OF HDFC BANK, CHANDIGARH (PANCHKULA AND MOHALI)


Deepti Goel,Dr. Harish Kumari

Abstract:
During the last two decades, the financial service sector all over the world has faced challenges for survival and that of matching the expectations of the customers. World market has undergone drastic changes because of intense competition and little growth in primary demand.


72-80
7
  • GREEN MARKETING MYOPIA


Dr. P. Parimaladevi

Abstract:
The marketing myopia theory was originally proposed in 1960 by American economist Theodore Levitt. According to Levitt marketers should not overlook the importance of company potential and product attributes at the expenses of market needs; catering for market needs should receive first priority.


81-90
8
  • ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF MIRZAPUR CITY, U.P., INDIA


Dr. Akhilendra Nath Tiwary

Abstract:
Urban Planning involves objective or target based process adopted for sustainable urban development. It involves analyzing and predicting the urban environment quantitatively and qualitatively to identify and evaluate alternative policy options leading to a beautiful urban living environment.


91-107
9
  • EMPLOYEE STRESS MANAGEMENT IN THE WORLD


Dr. M. Prakash,Ms. D.Kumari

Abstract:
Stress has become significant due to dynamic social factor and changing needs of life styles. Stress is man‘s adaptive reaction to an outward situation which would lead to physical, mental and behavioral changes.


108-120
10
  • ONLINE SHOPPING “A Boon To Indian Retailing”


Poonaam bassi,Bhavna Sharma

Abstract:
The nature of retailing is changing. Online shopping is no longer a fad; it's an acknowledged and important part of the retail experience, with more than a tenth of the world's population having bought products and services over the Internet. The new battleground is electronic retailing.


121-136
11
  • A STUDY ON OPTION TRADING STRATEGIES WITH REFERENCE TO INDIAN BLUE CHIP COMPANIES


P. PRAKASH,DR. S. SUNDARARAJAN,

Abstract:
The stock market as a market enables large number of investors and gamblers to invest their surplus funds in order to make returns as per their expectations. Stock market serves as good investment alternative whose return helps investors to beat the ongoing inflation.


137-158
12
  • THE OLD GLORY’S BRAND WENT TO DRAGON’S BRAND AND CUSTOMER’S REACTION: WEBLOGS DISCOURSE ANALYSIS


Alaa Musallam Albkour,Abdullah Malik,Mohd. Sarwar Rahman,Abdul Ghani Faiyyaz

Abstract:
The brand in todays’ business becomes a play game for companies, and something has happened to Google Inc. as the acquisition and a subsequent disposition took place within a time frame of 2 years.


159-175
13
  • PUBLIC HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM IN RURAL INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF SEWAPURI BLOCK (VARANASI DISTRICT, U.P.) - A LESSON FOR NIGERIA


Dr. Meeta Ratawa Tiwary

Abstract:
Good health is a prime and vital indicator of the quality of life which is considered as one of the fundamental rights of human being. Therefore, it becomes an earnest need for all the nations to provide health care facilities and services to all its citizens.


176-201
14
  • WHY FINANCIAL INCLUSION ?


Ramesh Subramanian,Dr.N. Chandrasekaran,Dr. Meenakshisundaram

Abstract:
Financial inclusion could be an important instrument for alleviation of poverty. Financial Inclusion would result in economic growth and lead to balanced development. Financial Inclusion is talk of the town and both the Central Government and RBI are very keen on it.


202-210
15
  • THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF REGIONAL RURAL BANKS OF INDIA


Dr. Goulap Jagadish Brahma

Abstract:
In the financial situation of India the RRBs has been survival for 36 years. In these years it improves a lot in banking operation. The advances and investments as developed quickly, but the stake of bills might increase under progression.


211-240
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  • RISK OF FRAUD BY EMPLOYEES IN E-BANKING IN INDIA


Prof. S. Singh

Abstract:
This paper analyzed the bankers’ viewpoint towards the factors responsible for risk of fraud by employees in e-banking, their potential impacts and the risk management measures taken by selected public, private and foreign banks.


241-255
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  • FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT; AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF BRICS NATIONS


Ms. Vishakha Goyal

Abstract:
Investment in basic infrastructure is a prerequisite for economic development. There remains a significant infrastructure gap in many developing countries and especially in least developed countries.


256-270
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  • EMPLOYEE STRESS MANAGEMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NON PROFIT ORGANISATION


Dr. M. Prakash,Mrs.M.Anitha

Abstract:
This paper puts forth the thesis that the management of non-profit organizations is often ill understood because we proceed from the wrong assumptions about how these organizations operate.


271-283
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