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  • DEMOGRAPHIC INFLUENCE OF MERGER ON INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIOR OF EMPLOYEES OF STATE BANK OF INDIA AND STATE BANK OF INDORE


Mrs. Isha Jain

Abstract:
The present research study investigated the impact of demographic variables on interpersonal behavior of employees after the merger of State Bank of India and State Bank of Indore. Hypotheses on demography were formulated and tested.


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  • GOLD PRICE FORECASTING IN INDIA USING ARIMA MODELLING


Aarti Mehta Sharma and Saina Baby

Abstract:
Historically, gold has been identified as a unique commodity because of its ability to act as a hedge against inflation and its stability during periods of financial volatility and crises. Tracing the trends in Gold prices and conducting a price forecast is relevant from the point of view of Gold producers, investors and various central banks in the world.


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  • IMPACT OF US CRISIS ON INDIAN BANKS


Saumya Aggarwal

Abstract:
The US crisis were a consequence of sub- prime mortgages, real estate bubble, complicated financial instruments and reckless, less prudent regulatory practices. The crisis caused a great financial turmoil in the entire world and caused bankruptcy of big financial institutions like Lehman Brothers and several others were bailed out.


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  • MICRO INSURANCE IN THE FINANCIAL LANDSCAPE OF INDIA: AN OVERVIEW


Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Risk and uncertainty are the most inevitable factors in human life, and hundreds of millions of poor rural households around the world are the vulnerable groups facing risks arising in the form of sickness, accidents, deaths or loss of assets due to natural calamities and riots etc., which have a particularly debilitating affect on the poor who are less able to financially absorb and recover from such shocks.


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  • “A STUDY ON IMPACT OF MERGER ON MOTIVATIONAL BEHAVIOR WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STATE BANK OF INDIA AND STATE BANK OF INDORE”


Mrs. Isha Jain

Abstract:
Motivation is a theoretical construct used to explain behavior. It represents the reasons for people's actions, desires, and needs. Motivation can also be defined as one's direction to behavior or what causes a person to want to repeat a behavior and vice versa.


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  • IMPACT OF GLOBAL RECESSION ON INDIAN ORGANISED RETAIL SECTOR


Manoj Kumar Singh

Abstract:
Today India is transforming from a socialist economy to a consumption led creative economy. The scope and depth of change that is taking place across India defies description. This change provides both a big challenge and a gigantic opportunity for marketers and retailers. India is the fast becoming the retail heaven of the world. Retail in India is accounting for over 10% of G.D.P and 8% of employment.


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  • AN ANALYSIS OF DHARMAPURI DISTRICT CENTRAL CO-OPERATIVE BANK


Dr. M. Prakash, G.Naveenkumar

Abstract:
The information in order to analyze the data is taken from the previous Year balance sheet. The objective of the study is about the sources and changes in the working capital management and its effects over the years on the bank and to study about the current assets and their effective utilization in discharging the current liabilities.


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  • WORKING ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS ON EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY IN INDIAN CALL CENTERS


Dr. Disha Mathur, Neha Ashawa

Abstract:
Employees who are well and happy with their work are a key factor in a successful company. It is important for the company to ensure that the working environment and conditions provide the right setting for employees to achieve peak performance in their work.


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  • ROLE OF STOCK INDEX OPTIONS IN INTERNATIONAL DERIVATIVES MARKET


Dr. K. Kanaka Raju, Dr. S. Ravi Dharma Raju

Abstract:
Options are one of the derivatives popularly known as the option contracts. Option is the right but not an obligation.


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  • THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE ON HI-TECH PRODUCTS PURCHASE DECISION OF GENERATION Y IN VIETNAM


Truong Nguyen Xuan

Abstract:
The use of social media is growing rapidly, especially among Generation Y. This study develops and tests a model of the impact of social media usage on hi-tech products purchase decision. The main objective of the research is to assess the impact of social media usage on hi-tech products purchase decision of Generation Y in Vietnam.


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  • STRUCTURED DERIVATIVES: A TOOL FOR HEDGING RISK OR POTENTIAL FINANCIAL BOMB?


Dr. Prashant Jain, Dr. P.N. Mishra

Abstract:
In today’s Indian Financial Markets we generally come across typical kind of products / Financial Instruments which are being sold in the market. These instruments are the outcome of so called Financial Engineering / Financial Innovation and are often quite complex in nature to understand.


148-164
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  • THE NEED FOR TRANSITION: MICRO CREDIT TO MICRO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - A CASE STUDY OF AMHARA SAVING &CREDIT INSTITUTION (ACSI), ETHIOPIA


Meseret Ebabu Ejigu

Abstract:
Fighting poverty is one of the core objectives of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).Micro Finance is the best way to eradicate poverty and to empower people. Micro finance is the newly emerging financial industry.


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  • DEVELOPMENT OF TRIBAL COMMUNITY THROUGH GOVERNMENT POLICY & PROGRAMMES IN INDIA


Dr. Bhosale J. P.

Abstract:
The greatest challenge that the Government of India has been facing since independence is the proper provision of social justice to the scheduled tribe people, by ameliorating their socio-economic conditions.


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  • BETTER OPPORTUNITIES’ FOR INVESTMENT IN MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR WITH REFERENCE TO EQUITY ANALYSIS


Dr. Shriprakash Soni, Ms. Malini Iyer

Abstract:
The most valuable asset in the financial market is information. Investors always rely on the information as to where to invest their money. The information generally comes from market or some other sources and to act on this information, a group of people or a division, start researching whether the information has positive or negative impact. This research which is conducted by such group is called Equity Research.


186-198
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  • MACHINES DRIVE OF POWER IN FARMING IN LABOUR INTENSIVE STATE HARYANA


Dr. Jasbir Singh

Abstract:
Farm mechanization helps in effective utilization of inputs to increase the productivity of land and labour. Besides it helps in reducing the drudgery in farm operations. The early agricultural mechanization in India was greatly influenced by the technological development in England.


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  • EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABILITY


Dr. Vatika Sibal

Abstract:
The Indian Nation has more than 1.25 billion people which is more than a sixth of the world’s population. We are projected to be the world’s most populous country by 2025, surpassing China. With a population growth rate at about 1.5% where more than 50% population is below the age of 25 and more than 65% below the age of 35 we are poised to be the youngest Nation on Globe.


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  • AN ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA THROUGH “PRADHAN MANTRI JAN-DHAN YOJANA”


Dr. S.K Khatik, Ms Uma Sharma

Abstract:
In recent decades, economic and social inequalities have increased alongside high growth rates which have increased regional inequalities. As a result, Inclusive growth has become a national policy objective of the Union Government.


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