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  • “EVALUATION OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FARMERS TOWARDS AGRI CULTURAL LOAN WITH RESPECT TO VELLORE DISTRICT"


P.Elantheraiyan, Dr.A. Ravi

Abstract:
Tamil Nadu is one of the pioneer States in agriculture and surging ahead steadily and strongly to become the agronomical most progressive state in the country. Agricultural development is the key to poverty alleviation and development of rural areas.


1-17
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  • FOOD CHAIN IN AN AQUATIIC ECOSYSTEM


G.Srinivasulu, K.Sampath and J.Chapla

Abstract:
The primary focus of the Ramanpad lake was to study the trophic energy structure, function and steady state of ecosystem. The autotrophs convert the radiant energy in to chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis. This chemical energy in turn converts into heat energy which helps in the metabolism of the organism.


18-22
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  • MITIGATING FUTURE FOOD INSECURITY ISSUES WITH PRICE SEASONALITY ANALYSIS FOR SELECTED AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES IN RWANDA


Joanne Mugema, Shiferaw-Mitiku T

Abstract:
Domestic agricultural production is playing prominent role in food security issues in many agricultural countries in Africa and Rwanda in particular. However, there are several factors that come in to play to adversely affect these countries, particularly as they affect the ability of smallholder farmers to raise enough food to feed themselves.


23-31
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  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF RATIO ANALYSIS OF CANARA BANKS IN DINDIGUL DISTRICT


Dr.T. Srinivasan, Mr. R. Karthikeyan

Abstract:
Economic development of the country is evident through the soundness of the banking system. The banking sector is one of the most important instruments of the national development, and occupies a unique place in a nation’s economy.


32-42
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  • COFFEE EXPORT MARKETING STRATEGIC MODEL FOR ASIAN AND AFRICAN COUNTRIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA AND ETHIOPIA


Shiferaw-Mitiku Tebeka, Ushadevi K.N

Abstract:
Recently markets are liberalizing and globalizing, international business practices are changing and competition is becoming much more intense. Countries need to create and sustain export strategies that will foster the growth and development as well as exploit commercial opportunity for the nation.


43-56
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  • ROLE OF HR IN NAVIGATING THE WORKFORCE FROM NEGATIVE DEVIANCE TO POSITIVE DEVIANCE


Parul Malik, Pooja Malik

Abstract:
The research studies in the last years have focussed its attention on the negative form of workplace deviant behaviour. However recent studies have shifted its focus towards positive deviant behaviour.


57-74
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  • AN ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE OF WORKING CAPITAL THROUGH RATIO ANALYSIS IN FUTURE VENTURE RETAIL GROUP


Dr. Atul A. Agwan

Abstract:
A well designed and implemented working capital management has a significant contribution for firms’ profitability as well as to maintain liquidity powers.


75-94
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  • INNOVATION IN INDIAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A GROWTH ENGINE


Dr. Deepakshi Gupta

Abstract:
Prime Minister of Great Britain, Tony Blair has said - Knowledge Economy is not a new economy but it is just a transformation of traditional economy by information technology and it is a profound economic revolution.


95-119
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  • A STUDY ON THE DETERMINANTS OF PESTER POWER AND THEIR IMPACT ON FAMILY BUYING DECISION


Neetu Jain, Ashish Dave

Abstract:
This study seeks to identify factors which affect the influence of pester power and their impact on family buying decisions. Major factors considered into study are Peer pressure, parental style, Communication Pattern, TV and Hyper parenting.


120-139
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  • WORK LIFE BALANCE OF EMPLOYEES IN THE IT INDUSTRY- HYDERABAD


Dr. Y. Padmaja

Abstract:
Work and family are the two most important domains in a person’s life. Balancing work and family domains is increasingly becoming a difficult task for various employees and they are concerned about the boundary between their work and non-work lives.


140-151
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  • WORKPLACE MOTIVATION: A KEY TO SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION


Chanjyot Kaur

Abstract:
Motivating employees is vital to any business. A motivated workforce means a highly productive staff, which in turn helps to achieve business goals and create a successful company.


152-165
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  • EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION AND VULNERABILITY STATUS DUE TO STRESS AMONG BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING EMPLOYEES IN CHENNAI


Dr K. Devi, A. Punitha

Abstract:
A growing number of employees in BPOs experience physical and emotional problems such as panic attacks, depression, relationship problems, alcoholism and sleeping disorders.


166-174
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  • MERGER AND ACQUISITION IN INDIAN BANKING SECTOR: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS WITH REFERENCE TO SELECTED BANKING COMPANIES


Dr.M.Prabhu and Dr.H.C.Honnappa

Abstract:
This paper sets out to examine the Impact of Merger and Acquisitions on Indian Banking Sector and it attempts to explore the financial gain from merger. Three sample cases of merger and acquisition viz. IDBI Bank vs. United Western Bank, Indian Overseas Bank vs. Bharat Overseas Bank, and finally HDFC Bank vs. Centurion Bank of Punjab were used to examine the performance of banks in terms of their profitability, and the value created to the shareholders.


175-188
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