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  • CONSUMER PREFERENCE AND SATISFACTION TOWARDS MOBILE PHONE SERVICE IN PONDICHERRY TOWN


Dr. L. Santhana Raj, A. Anandaraj,

Abstract:
The Telecom industry is one of the leading and fastest growing in the world as communication plays a vital role in the world and especially in India. It acts as a major catalyst for the economic growth.


1-10
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  • “STUDY OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT” AT AUTOLINE INDUSTRIES LTD. CHAKAN


Dr. D. B. Bagul

Abstract:
Inventory is stock of materials of any kind of stored for future use, mainly in the production process. Thus, today's inventory is tomorrow's production. Inventories, which are nothing but idle resources.


11-18
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  • COUNTDOWN TO CUTTING – EDGE OF BANKING AND INSURANCE BUSINESS IN INDIA


Prof. Dr. S.K. Baral

Abstract:
Public sector banks will soon be offering their customers a choice of insurance products from different companies as against products from a single company. Upgraded technology has opened up opportunities to make the banking process easy and assessable.


19-32
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  • ECO-FRIENDLY PRACTICES – EXAMINING FOR DIFFERENCES


Dr. Ajith Kumar. V.V, Aarti Mehta Sharma, A. Vidyasagar

Abstract:
More and more people in India are becoming aware of the eco-friendly practices that would reduce the collective damage being done to our planet.


33-65
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  • A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF ENGINEERING COLLEGE TEACHERS


S. Neelima

Abstract:
Emotional intelligence (EI) has become an employee selection variable in recent times. It is viewed as a predictor of success in job performance and leadership ability. Though there are varied definitions of EI, there is a common ground which can be used to develop an operational concept and measurement tool.


66-76
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  • “A STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INVESTMENT IN EQUITY”


R. Jayaraman, Dr. G. Vasanthi, M. S. Ramaratnam

Abstract:
The Indian capital market is providing more opportunities to both institutional and individual investors for parking their investment and getting optimum return. Equity market is one of the major segments in the Indian Capital market.


77-88
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  • IMPACT OF REGIONAL TRADING AGREEMENTS ON ECONOMIC PROSPERITY IN AFRICA


Saina Baby, Pooja Gupta

Abstract:
The concept of trade as an engine of growth has become more popular with the advent of globalization and the consequent relaxation in trade barriers.Empirical evidence received for the positive correlation between trade liberalization and economic growth has led to the proliferation of intra and inter Regional Trade Agreements (RTA) across the world.


89-100
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  • INFLUENCE OF CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT (CRM) OVER SERVICE INDUSTRY


Dr. Shweta Choudhary

Abstract:
Service sector is a life line for the social and economic growth of any country. Globally it is escalating at a very high rate. Following the global trend Indian service sector is also witnessing a major boom and is one of the major contributors of employment as well as national income in recent times.


101-111
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  • LEVEL OF LIVING OF FLOOD PRONE HOUSEHOLDS: A CASE STUDY IN WEST BENGAL


Sumantra Hazra, Debashis Sarkar

Abstract:
The study pointed out that the households in the flood prone area represent a mixed lot with differences in resource base and potentials for earning income. There are significant interclass differences in average and per capita expenditure and income of the households in the flood prone area.


112-118
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  • A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL IN AUTO INDUSTRY


Neha Nazneen Siddiqui

Abstract:
This paper presents the effectiveness of the grievance handling procedure followed by auto industry to resolve employee’s grievance. The primary objective of this paper is to find the effectiveness of grievance handling procedure of the company.


119-135
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  • ASSOCIATION BETWEEN AGE AND LEARNING STYLE PREFERENCES -EXPERIENTIAL EVIDENCE PERTAINING TO STUDENTS OF PG AND UG BACKGROUND


Dr Anjali Ganesh

Abstract:
Learning is a lifelong process and age is no bar for learning. Human beings will have several styles of learning preferences in acquiring the knowledge. This paper makes an earnest attempt to understand Association between age and learning style preferences of students of PG and UG Background.


136-153
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  • APPRAISAL OF CREDIT RISK IDENTIFICATION PRACTICES OF SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS


Prof. Sultan Singh, Mohina

Abstract:
In the present study, an attempt is made to analyze and compare the credit risk identification practices of selected public and private sector banks in India namely State Bank of India, Syndicate Bank, Punjab National Bank, Union Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Andhra Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, IDBI, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank Limited and HDFC in the area of Haryana and Delhi (including NCR)


154-169
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  • QUALITY OF WORK LIFE AMONG TEACHING PROFESSIONALS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ENGINEERING INSTITUTIONS IN KARNATAKA


Sunil M Rashinkar, Dr. Y Poornima

Abstract:
The purpose of this study is assessing the quality of work life and its components in the engineering teachers of the Karnataka state. The method of this study is descriptive survey and 500 samples were selected based on statistical estimates and simple random sampling.


170-192
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  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS OF MALAYSIAN INDIAN AT PRE AND POST-NEP PERIOD IN MALAYSIA


M. Surendra, Dr. M. Padmaja

Abstract:
Malaysia has long been integrated into the global economy. Through the early decades of the twentieth century, the Malay Peninsula was a world leader in the production of tin (sparked by the Western demand for canned food) and natural rubber (needed to make automobile tires). The expansion of Malaysia’s industrialization heightened its dependence on imports food and necessities.


193-213
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  • WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA


Dr Sapna Suri, Priya Vij, Sukhbir Singh

Abstract:
Woman constitutes the family, which leads to society and Nation. Social and economic development of women is necessary for overall economic development of any society or a country.


214-224
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  • A STUDY ON QUALITY OF WORK LIFE IN E.I.D PARRY LTD IN NELLIKUPPAM, CUDDALORE DISTRICT


L. Santhana Raj, C. Nishanthi

Abstract:
This study is designed to examine awareness of workers towards work safety and life safety and find out the measures regarding increment offered to the workers. A total of 150 (non management and management staffs) employees were selected to participate in this study.


225-234
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  • PREFER INVESTMENT IN MUTUAL FUNDS IN PONDICHERRY


R. Selvamathi, Dr. A. Ananth

Abstract:
Mutual funds have emerged as an important segment of financial markets and so far have delivered value to the investors. It has grown by leaps and bounds in last couple of years. But no industry can flourish without a proper regulatory mechanism in the place.


235-243
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  • A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURE IN TANFAC INDUSTRIES LIMITED,CUDDALORE


L. Santhana Raj, E. Savitha

Abstract:
Employee health and safety and welfare are measure of promoting the efficiency of employee. The various welfare provided by the employer will have immediate impact health, physical and mental efficiency alertness, morals and overall efficiency of the worker and thereby contributing to the higher productivity.


244-254
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  • A STUDY OF ELECTRONIC BANKING REGARDING CREDIT CARDS SERVICES PROVIDED BY STATE BANK OF INDIA IN SHIMLA TOWN


Rakesh Kumar

Abstract:
Banking, the Principal intermediating agency has a vital role to play in the realm of financial globalization. Its importance, however, different from country to country, Generally speaking, in developing nations, commercial banking has a primary of place, not so in developed nations.


255-276
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  • ROLE OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN ENHANCING THE RETAIL EFFICIENCY- A STUDY


Mrs. B. Lavanya, Dr. S. Saraswathi, Dr. M. Sudhir Reddy

Abstract:
For the purpose of treating the customer as king, many industries are trying their best. Even in the retail industry because of the intense competition, the players are putting their maximum efforts in improving their services to meet the high expectations of the customer.


277-285
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  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC CAPACITY BETWEEN BASKETBALL AND HANDBALL PLAYERS


Raman Kumar, Rayees Ahmad Bhat

Abstract:
The purpose of the study was to compare the aerobic and anaerobic capacity between Basketball and Handball players. 15 male Basketball players and 15 male Handball players of C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, were selected as the subject for the study.


286-292
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  • ECONOMIC VALUE ADDED ANALYSIS OF YES BANK


Mrs . Mansi Mathur

Abstract:
The primary goal of financial management is to maximize the shareholder’s wealth. The shareholder’s/ Investors wealth is measured by returns they receive on their investment. The banks that are able to increase their shareholder’s/ Investors wealth are witnessing consistent improvements in their return from stocks.


293-300
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  • CUSTOMERS’ BUYING BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS HOME APPLIANCES – An Empirical Study


Mrs. R. Santhi Salomi, Dr. B. Revathy

Abstract:
The market situation in India is highly competitive across all the product segments. With the continuous evolution in the demographics and psychographics of the target consumers, the situation is becoming more and more complex.


301-328
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  • INCOME VS FREQUENCY OF USING THE TECHNOLOGY ORIENTED BANKING SERVICES


Dr. S. Valli Devasena

Abstract:
The customer choice and awareness have been increasing tremendously during this decade due to more open economy, the advent of information technology and media revolution, besides hectic competition for resources by banks.


329-335
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  • AN ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE SUCCESS AND GROWTH OF SMES IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR OF GWERU, ZIMBABWE


Samugwede O & Masiyiwa S

Abstract:
This study analyzed the current risk management practices and their effects on the success and growth of SMEs in the manufacturing sector of Gweru, Zimbabwe. The objective of the study was to evaluate if the risk management practices that are currently being employed by SMEs had any effect on their success and growth and also to identify possible reasons for their failure.


336-344
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  • CRISES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES WITHIN PRIVATE SECTOR HOSPITALS IN MECCA REGION


Mohamed H. Al-Zahrani, Naill M. Momani

Abstract:
Private sector hospitals in Saudi Arabia, like other companies competing in this market are under severe pressure. External changes in society and other factors can and will affect their competiveness in the future.


345-373
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