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  • ELECTRONIC WASTE CONSCIOUSNESS AND PREVAILING DISPOSAL PRACTICES IN INDIA


Dr. Sanjay Keshaorao Katait

Abstract:
In India each year more than 5, 00,000 tonnes of e-waste is generated and some developed countries also ship their waste in India. But most of the e-waste is not being handled properly and is threatening the environment and human health.


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  • FERTILIZER’S CONSUMPTION IN HARYANA: AN ANALYLITAL STUDY


Dr. Jasbir Singh

Abstract:
Chemical fertilizers are key element of modern technology and have played an important role in agricultural production in India as well as Haryana. Haryana is a small state which is relatively backward area for the farming in comparison to well develop state of Punjab.


15-29
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  • “ROLE OF AGE, EDUCATION AND FIELD OF WORK IN COPING STRESS DURING EXPATRIATION” A STUDY AMONG THE SELECTED EXPATRIATES FROM IT SECTOR


P. Vanitha

Abstract:
Global human resource managers need to play a significant role in recognizing the signs of failure in the international assignment while engaging the expatriates abroad and their impact on the business and long term objectives of the organization (Connelly, et al., 2007).


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  • WOMEN AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION – A STUDY ON THE INITIATIVES OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, SAARC AND THE WORLD BANK GROUP


Ms. N. Ramanuja, Dr. K. Sarada Devi

Abstract:
Financial inclusion is important for improving the life of women and other vulnerable groups. Lack of access to credit from formal institutions resulted in financial exclusion. However, today the need is more to create an awareness of the programs offered by both Indian and international institutions for empowering women.


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  • CONSUMER BRAND PREFERENCE TOWARDS HEALTH DRINKS IN NAGAPATTINAM DISTRICT


A. Muthukumaran

Abstract:
Customer is considered to be the king of the market. This fact is very much true for the liquid food drink industries. It is very important on the part of the organisation to learn customer behaviour in order to increase their sales and create a good brand image in the minds of the customer.


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  • ASSESSMENT OF CONSUMERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS PROMITION MIX ACROSS DEMOGRAPHICS IN SELECTED CITIES OF ETHIOPIA


Girma Tilahun Weldehawariat & Dr. B.B. Singla

Abstract:
Integrated marketing communication brings companies ahead of competition by delivering a consistent message and getting favorable image if executed cautiously. The concern of the paper was examining consumers’ attitude towards promotion mix of FMCGs in Ethiopia. The product categories for the study were cosmetics, soaps, and detergents.


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  • THE VARIOUS FACTORS INFLUENCING THE BUSINESS RISK OF THE COMMERCIAL BANKS IN HO CHI MINH CITY


Dr. Phan Thi Hang Nga

Abstract:
The main objectives of this paper were to identify the various factors influencing the business risk of the commercial banks in Ho Chi Minh City and to propose recommendations in order to decrease the business risk of the commercial banks in Ho Chi Minh City. The data analysis for this study is a quantitative type.


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  • PUBLIC POLICIES AS A GOVERNMENT CHALLENGE TO FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY IN SAN LUIS POTOSÍ


Dr. Louis Valentin Mballa

Abstract:
Poverty and social marginalization in San Luis Potosi are associated with scattered and often populations living in small villages. These populations are closely related to primary economic activity, with little possibility of entering the national and much less international market, despite having large endogenous capacities.


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  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON CONSUMER PERCEIVED VALUE OF SHAMPOO CONSUMPTION IN BANGLADESH


Md. Tamzidul Islam & Mohammad Rezaur Razzak

Abstract:
In 2016, the global hair care market is estimated to be worth about USD 83.1 billion. (Statista ,2015). Bangladesh, currently with 10 manufacturers, including two local ones, is catering into the shampoo market, that is estimated at about Tk 300 crore (Financial Express, 2013).


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  • AN EMPIRICAL EVALUATION OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKET EFFICIENCY: GBPUSD CURRENCY PAIR


Dr. P. Krishnaveni

Abstract:
The purpose of this study is to analyze the efficiency of foreign exchange market using Random Walk Models. For the efficient market hypothesis, daily rates of GBPUSD currency pairs for 5 years period from 01/01/2009 to 31/12/2013 are taken.


126-134
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  • CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATAGIES ADOPTED BY THE EMPLOYEES IN TANCEM, ARIYALUR


Dr. L. Leo Franklin, H.Arul, M. Venkatesan

Abstract:
In any business concern, the four factors of production are man, machine, material and money that are very important to achieve the goals of the organization. Among the four factors, man is the living being and the prior cause for the success of the organization than the other factors, So any organization consists of number of human resources who move towards achieving the organizational goals.


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  • ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS PROBLEM- A STUDY OF BESCOM


Sharada Shiva Prasad & Dr. K. Ramachandra

Abstract:
Electricity is one of the important essential products, which cannot be stored in any gadgets for longer time. Electricity generation and distribution work take place at the same time. Generated electricity has to travel a considerable distance over transmission and distribution system to reach lakhs of customers to use it at the same time.


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  • EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ON PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA


1MBAH PAULINUS CHIGOZIE, 2EKECHUKWU CHIJIOKE, 3ODINACHI, CATHERINE EBELE

Abstract:
The study was to evaluate the effect of organizational structure on performance of manufacturing firms in South East Nigeria.


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