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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA: LEGAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES


Debansu Das

Abstract:
For the first time, the new Companies Act, 2013 has given legal recognition to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India. The paper has explored various provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 and related Rules in respect of CSR.


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  • A STUDY OF STRATEGIES & FACTORS INVOLVED IN TRADING FOR STOCK MARKET


Dr. Manisha Kumbhar , Dr. Vidya Gavekar, Prof. Manisha Maddel,Prof. Vibhavari Pandit

Abstract:
Indian stock market is ever growing and it is major attraction for small to huge investments. It provides a platform to the investors to buy or sell various market instruments. The main objective of this research is to analyze the review of Stock Market to support trading strategy for reducing the losses in market.


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  • AGRICULTURAL MARKETING PRACTICES IN INDIA


Mr. Prabhu C Basarkod, Dr. Basavaraj C S

Abstract:
In recent years agricultural sector in India has grown in size and complexity. Good improvement is registered in production, marketing channels, institutional credit and regulatory reforms, etc. As per Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2010 data, we have been ranked within the world's five largest producers of over 80% of agricultural produced items, but the fact is most of the farmers in India are facing the challenges of poverty, food security and unemployment.


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  • AN ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF DEMOGRAPHICS ON PERSONALITY TRAITS OF MANAGEMENT STUDENTS THROUGH CATTELL'S 16 PF


Ms. Renita D’Souza

Abstract:
The study focuses on the effect of Demographic Variables such as gender, educational background and work experience on the 16 personality factors of 128 Management students given by Cattell.


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  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF AGRICULTURE SECTOR IN HARYANA


Dr. Jasbir Singh

Abstract:
Haryana is a small state which is relatively backward area in the farming in comparison to well develop state of Punjab. It made rapid progress in the field of agriculture development since its existence in 1966 and after it has achieved a prestigious position in comparison to other advanced states of the Indian with 1.4% of the total geographical areas of the country.


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  • COGENT OF SPIRITUALITY IN ADVANCE MANAGEMENT


Dr. M. A. Lahori

Abstract:
The new globe indeed, is a comprehensive place of growing technology, effective management practices and perpetual innovations. Hence the modern and advance management practices have given totally new face of paradigm shift to all the emerging trends.


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  • INDIA-JAPAN COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP (CEPA) –AN ECONOMIC OR STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP


Dr. Syeeda Khatoon, Ms. Bindu Sharma

Abstract:
In picking FTA Partner country, often the countries are guided by strategic motives and foreign policy considerations. This is the case with India CEPA with Japan. Japan is India’s upright strategic partner in the Asian balance of power with the rise of China as economic and military power and has convergence of interest in the field of East Asian security, maritime security, defense, space and cooperation at global forums.


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  • eCOURTS MISSION MODE PROJECT PHASE-II – A JUDICIAL TOOL [Suggested method To reduce the backlog cases in Subordinate Courts]


Sanjay Rambhau Salkute

Abstract:
The National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) (e-court Phase II) is a part of the ongoing e-Courts Integrated Mission Mode Project. The NJDG will work as a monitoring tool to identify, manage & reduce pendency of cases. The Court data is being made available, through the National Judicial Data Grid at eCourts single website.


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  • A STUDY ON WORKLIFE BALANCE OF DOCTORS IN METRO CITY


Dr. Inderpal Singh, Irina Rana

Abstract:
According to Osterman, organizations introduce family friendly policies to respond to the practical problems associated with the recruitment and retention of the employees. Work life balance plays a positive role in minimizing the dissatisfaction among employees with respect to their jobs (Eikhof, Warhurst & Haunschild, 2007; Osterman, 1995).


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  • INDIAN CUSINIES A MAJOR TOURISM PRODUCT IN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF INDIAN TOURISM


Dr. Heramb Nayak

Abstract:
The study is about India is a country is rich in tradition and culture. The country has diverse defining features in geography, culture and food. These features differ from region to region. Despite the difference in cultures based on regions there are certain underlining similarities in their food?


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  • MOTIVATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND ORGANISATIONAL SOCIALISATION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE SELECTED PRIVATE AIDED AND UNAIDED DEGREE COLLEGE TEACHERS OF BENGALURU


Sr.Reena John V, DR.Tomy K. Kallarakal & DR. S. Nagabhushana

Abstract:
Motivated workforce is the lifeline of any successful organisation. The concept of motivation has therefore quite befittingly come to be recognized as the key influencing factor that stimulates a positive response, favourable attitude, and goal-directed behaviour.


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  • “INDIAN GOVERNMENT INITIATIVE TOWARDS ELECTRONIC WASTE”


Dr. Sanjay Keshaorao Katait

Abstract:
The increasing volume and complexity of waste associated with economic growth are posing serious risks to ecosystems and human health. Every year, an estimated 11.2 billion tonnes of solid waste are collected worldwide and decay of the organic proportion of solid waste is contributing to about 5% of global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions.


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  • MYTHS & REALITIES OF MICRO FINANCE: A STUDY IN GURGAON DISTRICT


Dr. Rajeshwari Malik, Ms. Sumita Chadha

Abstract:
The major obstacle in the economic upliftment of rural household is perpetual poverty and the lack of adequate credit. To overcome this hurdle Micro Finance has evolved as a powerful mechanism to deliver financial services particularly to the bottom of pyramid i.e that section of the society that has been excluded from the services of the main stream institutions.


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  • LIFE INSURANCE – A PLATFORM FOR SAFEGUARDS AN INDIVIDUAL’S LIFE WITH BENEFITS


Ms. Kavita Vyas; Dr. S.P.Mathur

Abstract:
“Life is full of uncertainty; we’ve just got to learn to live with it”. This uncertainty leads to fear of risk in our life. Fear of risk can be satisfied by taking all precautions to avoid risk. It is important to understand that risk is the part of any person’s life. “It is part and parcel of our life”.


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