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  • “CAPACITY BUILDING IN HIGHER EDUCATION” (NEED FOR COLLABORATION)


Ms. Smriti Ahuja

Abstract:
The present research paper focuses on the need for collaboration between higher education institutions and industries to build effective capacity building management systems.


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  • CONSUMER’S PERCEPTION TOWARDS “GREEN PREMIUM” IN KLANG VALLEY, SELANGOR, MALAYSIA


Azharizan M.N, Mohd Izwan R, Huda Farhana M.M, Tariq Mubarak H.

Abstract:
This study examined the perceptions of society in Klan Valley in Selangor on "green premium" for certified timber product. The initial measurement is to determine the status of knowledge and perception on “green premium” for certified wood products.


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  • EFFECT OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SIMS, MANGALORE: AN INVESTIGATIVE STUDY


K. Krishna Prasad, S. Sumana

Abstract:
The rapid growth of internet and communication technology has made human beings to quickly connect and interact with group of people from any part of the world, through their PC or mobile phone.


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  • A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF ONLINE ADVERTISEMENTS ON BUYING DECISION OF PASSENGER CAR CUSTOMERS


Nikhil.VP, Dr.Kavita Tiwari, Dr.V.Ravikumar

Abstract:
Today’s scenario is full of, up-to-the-minute need of contemporary future, which is becoming technically an inevitable part of our life.


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  • LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN POST LIBERALIZATION


Dr.D.Rajasekar, T. Hymavathi Kumari

Abstract:
This research paper is aimed at understanding the life insurance sector in India and flagging issues relating to competition in this sector.


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  • IMPACT OF BOARD INDEPENDENCE AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE STATUS ON FIRM PERFORMANCE


Babita

Abstract:
This paper seeks to examine the relationship between two corporate governance mechanisms (board independence and chief executive status) and firm performance (relying on profit margin, PM) of a sample of twenty six non-financial firms listed on Bombay Stock Exchange.


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  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF CO-OPERATIVE SUGAR INDUSTRY - A CASE STUDY OF DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR CO-OPERATIVE SUGAR INDUSTRY


Prof. Murlidhar A. Lokhande,

Abstract:
Indian sugar industry accounts around 20 per cent of the sugar mills and 15 per cent of world sugar production.


87-101
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  • PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF RELATIONAL KEYWORD SEARCH USING ENHANCED COHERENCY TECHNIQUE


Surya Sugunan, Lizmol Stephen

Abstract:
In the past decade, extending the keyword search paradigm to relational data has been an active area of research within the database and information retrieval community.


102-108
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  • CUSTOMERS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS ONLINE PROMOTIONAL TOOLS


Suman Kumari, Prof. Usha Arora

Abstract:
Fast development of technologies has stimulated changes in marketing. One of major trends in today’s marketing is orientation on exploitation of Internet for promoting of the company and its products.


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  • WORKING CAPITAL TRENDS IN HEAVY ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES: A CASE STUDY OF CROMPTON GREAVES AND BHEL


Vineet Singh

Abstract:
The present study is an attempt to analyze the gross and net working capital of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL).


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  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION WITH THE SERVICE QUALITY OF PRIVATE BANKS USING SERVQUAL MODEL


Dr (Mrs.) Meenu Kumar

Abstract:
Customer satisfaction is the major concern of all business organizations as satisfied customers are the most important asset for them. They are the ambassador of good will as well as help in business expansion.


132-148
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  • IMPACT OF FDI CORPORATE HOSPITALS ON PATIENT’S SATISFACTION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN DELHI AND NCR-REGION


Seema Gupta, Masood Hasan

Abstract:
Purpose: At the time of visiting hospital, patients have specific desires and expectations for services.


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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – CHANGING DYNAMICS OF BUSINESSES IN EMERGING ECONOMIES


Atul Stanley Hermit

Abstract:
Corporate Social Responsibility includes all of the initiatives and approaches taken up by a business organization to contribute towards the complete social, economic and environmental well-being of the society.


169-178
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  • GROWTH OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IN INDIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HIMACHAL PRADESH AND UTTARAKHAND (INDIA)


Dr. Gagan Singh

Abstract:
Tourism is an important sector of Indian economy and contributes substantially in the country’s Foreign Exchange Earnings. The concept of tourism as a phenomenon involves the movement of people within their own country or across the national boarders


179-196
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  • INDO-IRAN ENERGY COOPERATION-CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES


MAHNAZ DEIHIM , Dr. KRISHNA HOMBALL

Abstract:
Through the ages, Indo-Iran relations are covered in meaningful interactions. The peoples of ancient neighbouring civilizations in India and Iran have enjoyed common homeland and deep historical links.


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  • HOW FAR FINANCIAL LITERACY IS REQUIRED FOR OPTIMAL INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR?


Jyotishna Jairath

Abstract:
Economic development of the nation depends upon the financial well being of its countrymen and for being financially sound, everyone wants one’s wealth to appreciate.


210-217
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  • DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT : WITH RESPECT TO BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED (BSNL), BHUBANESWAR


Prof. Vandana Mohanty, Dr. Sujit Kumar Acharya

Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to provide information on diversity initiatives and programs in order to better understand organizational response to workforce diversity and its effect on the organizational performance.


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  • SATISFACTION WITH HR PRACTICES LEADING TO EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT


Dr. Susan Abraham

Abstract:
The theme of employee engagement has generated a great deal of attention among many human resource practitioners, business entrepreneurs and academic researchers across the globe.


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  • RETAIL SUCCESS IN THE MODERN ERA: THE EMERGING ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


Soumitro Chakravarty, Dr. Umesh Prasad

Abstract:
The Retail sector has evolved over the last few decades with the predominant change being the way in which consumers shop and the increase in the expectations of the consumer in terms of high quality of services at most competitive prices.


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  • ROLE OF MICROFINANCE IN PROMOTING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP: AN ENGINE OF INCLUSIVE GROWTH


Dr.Duyshyant Kumar

Abstract:
In the era of Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalization along with I.T revolution today Indian society is changing at a surprising pace.


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  • A LOSS-AVERSE NEWSVENDOR GAME WITH INVENTORY INACCURACY


Kuo-Hsien Wang, Yuan-Chih Huang, Che-Tsung Tung

Abstract:
Considering the impacts of loss aversion and inventory inaccuracy upon a newsvendor game, this paper addresses a loss-averse retailer and a risk-neutral manufacturer decentralized supply chain wherein the manufacturer offers an item to the retailer in a stochastic demand market.


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  • IMPACT OF ON-LINE AND OFF-LINE PUBLIC RELATIONS TOOLS IN CRISIS COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HARYANA AND HIMACHAL PRADESH GOVERNMENTS


Krishan Yadav, O.P. Sheoran, Pardeep Kumar Chahal, R.S. Hudda

Abstract:
The new digital media have dialogical, interactive, relational, and global properties that make them perfectly suited for a strategic management paradigm of public relations properties that one would think would force public relations practitioners to abandon their traditional one-way, message-oriented, asymmetrical and ethnocentric paradigm of practice.


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  • TREATMENT OF NAJA NAJA (KING COBRA) SNAKEBITES IN TRIBAL AREAS OF ADILABAD DISTRICT BY HAKIM


Shaik Hafeez and J.Chapla

Abstract:
A direct interview was conducted and collected the information from the Naja Naja snake bitten victims and the curing processes by the Hakim of Adilabad forest. The victim of snakebite mainly depend on Hakim that is traditional healers, for the treatment, may be due to the government health centers are not within the reach and lack of transport.


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  • A STUDY ON AWARENESS LEVEL OF SCHOOL TEACHERS FOR E.BANKING SERVICES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BANGALORE


Mr. R. Girinath, Dr.A. Ravi

Abstract:
Financial institutions are contributing majorly to Indian economy. Both private and Government financial institutions are extending various customer services in all parts of our country. In the international domain, technology is influencing the banking sectors towards customer care and facilities.


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