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  • IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITY BASED COSTING IN A SMALL MANUFACTURING FIRM – A TRIAL APPROACH


Dr. N. Srividhya,

Abstract:
Activity-based costing and activity-based management have been around for more than fifteen years. Most forward-thinking companies have implemented them, or are in the process of doing so.


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  • EFFECT OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION OF CALCIUM, CARNITINEAND ZINC ON FERTILITY OF CROSS-BRED CHICKEN


R. Prabhakar, M.Moorthy, K. Mani and N.Narmatha

Abstract:
An experiment was conducted to study the effect of dietary supplementation of calcium, carnitine, zinc and their combinations for 5 weeks in eighty adult cross-bred cocks which were divided into eight treatment groups each consisting of ten cocks. Cocks were fed with treatment diets.


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  • HUMAN FACTOR IN CRM: MADE FOR EACH OTHER


Dr Dipin Mathur, Dr Disha Mathur, Spriha Jain

Abstract:
The main purpose of this paper is to analyze the role of Human Resource in the success of CRM. Customer Relationship Management has been increasingly adopted as a strategy by organizations. As in today‟s era no organization can achieve commendable business success in the absence of CRM practices.


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  • IS HR EVOLVING AS ‗SOCIAL HR‘ AND ‗PEOPLE ANALYTICS‘ TO REINVENT ?


Dr. T. Uma Devi

Abstract:
The field of HRM is reengineering itself to meet the domestic as well as global challenges. It‘s emerged as ‗workforce innovation‘, more companies experimenting with using social media to brand and market their organizations.


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  • SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURS‟ PERCEPTIONS REGARDING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISCLOSURE


Dr. Ravi Inder Singh

Abstract:
This study is conducted with the objective to help the policy makers in designing the corporate social responsibility disclosure guidelines.


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  • “A STUDY OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN KULKARNI POWER TOOLS”


Ms. Nille Nikita Suresh, Mr. Petare Purushottam Arvind,Ms. Joshi Mugdha Mukund

Abstract:
Every organization has its own culture and traditions in which the organization prevails. The organization is basically made by the people and for the people. In order to run the organization effectively the workers as well as workers play a lead role.


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  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON CUSTOMERS‟ PREFERENCE TO BSNL LANDLINE SERVICE IN ERODE CITY


Dr. P. Parimaladevi, S. Loganayaki

Abstract:
In the ages of information, telecom services have became essential device of human development. Today internet has transformed our life in a great manner. People rely on internet for their day to day services .


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  • ANALYSIS OF SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES IN E-BANKING


Prof. Sultan Singh

Abstract:
In this study, an attempt is made to analyze the bankers’ viewpoint towards the factors responsible for widespread system deficiencies in e-banking, its potential impacts on the functioning of the banks and the measures initiated by the selected public, private and foreign banks in India.


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  • RESEARCH AND DESIGN OF TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN INDIA BASED ON INTERNET


Vishal Bishnoi, Neha Bishnoi

Abstract:
The transport industry in India is still in its developing stage. The majority of transport enterprises are small and medium sized ones, have few service-functions, and serve small areas. Transport alliance can improve Indian Transport enterprises’ strength greatly.


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  • INTANGIBLE ASSETS: VALUATION AND FINANCIAL REPORTING


Dr. Monika Sharma

Abstract:
During the last fifty years the source of value creation has rapidly shifted from tangible assets to intangible assets. The intangible assets are now of greater importance than those already in place in terms of a company‟s value creation.


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  • IMPACT OF VALUE EDUCATION ON INCULCATION OF ETHICS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT


Sristidhar Bera, Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
This paper tries to examine the role of value education in inculcating code of ethics to guide the self conduct and social groups of human life in contemporary society.


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  • “A COMPARATIVE STUDY THE COST OF EDUCATIONAL ERP SYSTEM TO COME OUT FROM LEGACY SYSTEM – THE STAKEHOLDER EFFORT AND SATISFACTION ON NEW LEARNING MODEL”


Dr.Balasaheb Bhamangol, Prof.Tanaji Dabade

Abstract:
This research gives insight on how the selection and implementation of ERP systems is a highly costly and time consuming process.


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