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  • PRE- EMR IMPLEMENTATION STUDY ON PERCEPTION OF PHYSICIANS TOWARDS E-TRANSFER OF HEALTH INFORMATION OF ONE TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN INDIA


Dr. Roopalekha Jathanna P.N, Mr. Elmer Jeto Gomes Ataide

Abstract:
Health Care sector in India has witnessed significant growth during the last few years, both in quality and capacity. The relatively lower cost of health care, as compared to developed countries, coupled with international quality, has positioned India as a major destination for health care services.


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  • JOHARI WINDOW : AN IMPORTANT MODEL FOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT


Sania Sareen

Abstract:
Human beings have emerged as the most distinctive and brainy species of the world. Their organized patterns of attitudes and behavioral traits compose a good personality. Personality development has always played a very vital role in enhancing the thought process, temperament as well as the character of a person.


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  • LEADERS - THE DECISION MAKERS AND THEIR WAYS OF TACTICS


Dr Anshul Chugh M.D.S

Abstract:
This article highlights about different decision makers and how they can be persuaded; how to motivate employees ; how one can learn skills from the battle field etc..


19-24
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  • A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF IMPACT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS ON POLYTECHNICS IN GHANA


Kingsley Agyapong, Augustine Acheampong, Veronica Adu-Brobbey

Abstract:
The aim of this study was to understand public relations impact on polytechnics in Ghana. The aim of the study was to investigate public relations impact in promoting polytechnics in Ghana. The study was predominantly qualitative and in-depth face to face personal interviews using interview guide was the main tool used in gathering data from public relations personnel who have a deep knowledge in public relations practices.


25-44
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  • A STUDY ON PREFERENCES OF INVESTMENT AVENUES OF INDIVIDUALS OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED (HAVING PROFESSIONAL DEGREES) INVESTORS: PUNE CITY


Prof.Sonali Patil, Dr. Kalpana Nandanwar

Abstract:
Making a savings or investment is a vital part of anyone’s life. Investors invest their money for getting appreciation on it but risk and return both are going hand in hand, high risk high return and vice-versa. Investor’s investment pattern needs to be understood properly so that proper guidance can be done accordingly.


45-56
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  • FORMATS IN ORGANISED RETAIL INDUSTRY IN INDIA


Arvind Gupta, Chander Gopal

Abstract:
Future of retail sector in India is swerving- on one side organized retail is marching into life of urban consumers, while on the other our own neighborhood ‘kirana stores’ are resisting fiercely with their existing strong foothold.


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  • TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP FOR BETTER ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY: AN EXPERIENCE AMONG THE EMPLOYEES OF INDIAN AIRLINES


Manoj A. S

Abstract:
The concept of leadership has gained a large amount of attention in recent years. In this research researcher tried to investigated the relationships between transformational leadership and organizational productivity in the field of aviation industry


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  • 'SHARE REPURCHASE - A REVOLUTION IN INDIAN DISINVESTMENT': A CASE OF NHPC


Ms. Anjana Mani, Dr. K. K. Seethamma

Abstract:
Share Repurchase was introduced as a new mode of disinvestment by the Government of India in 2013, with NHPC. Share repurchase undertaken by a company sends out positive signals to the market and improves the valuation of the company. NHPC being a Public Sector Enterprise engaged in the generation of Power, has been impacted by seasonal changes, reflected in its performance.


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  • ROLE OF FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS ON INDIAN CAPITAL MARKET


Ashish Varughese, Riju Varkey Thomas

Abstract:
The FIIs have been playing a key role in the Indian financial markets since their entry into this country in the early 1990s. Their importance has been growing over time as their net investment is on the rise over time.


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  • PROBLEMS OF MICROFINANCE IN INDIA


Kuldeep Singh

Abstract:
The purpose of this study is to analyse and to understand the Microfinance in India as a powerful tool for poverty alleviation and growth and development of poor people. India is a country which has the highest number of households which are excluded from banking.


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  • REVITALIZING THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN INDIA


Abhishek Misra

Abstract:
Manufacturing is in trouble in India. India’s development model is largely at fault. In the absence of a well conceived policy response by the new government, manufacturing will soon be gripped by an even more profound crisis.


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  • AN ANALYTICAL INSIGHT INTO THE EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN SELECTED BROAD BASED STOCK MARKET INDICES OF THE WORLD, FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES AND INTERNATIONAL PRICES OF GOLD & CRUDE PETROLEUM ON CNX NIFTY


Rajib Bhattacharya

Abstract:
With increasing globalization of business, cross-border investment has gained momentum. Increasing international mobility of capital has resulted in connectedness between capital markets across the globe.


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  • A STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND JOB STRESS IN A MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN MUMBAI


Sukhada Tambe, Dr. Meera Shanker

Abstract:
OCB refers to the behaviour of the employees in the organization which is voluntary in nature and such behaviour is over and above the roles and responsibilities assigned to them. OCB is gaining importance in organizations.


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