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  • A STUDY ON STOCK MARKET REACTION AROUND BOOK-TO-MARKET RATIO OF BANKING STOCKS


Dr T.Viswanathan, Zohrabi

Abstract:
The presence of the effect of book to market ratio on stock returns has been reported in several developed and emerging stock markets. This study investigates the existence of abnormal effect of stock returns due to the presence of book to market ratio.


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  • ANALYSIS OF FUTURES TRADING ON AGRICULTURAL AND NON AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES IN INDIAN COMMODITY MARKETS


Dr. Shree Bhagwat , Angad Singh Maravi

Abstract:
The concept of commodity market is not new in India. The history of commodity market in India dates back to the ancient times, but the first organized market was established in 1875. However commodity market in India remained in a state of hibernation for four decades, which was market by suspicion on the benefits of futures trading.


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  • E-SERVICE QUALITY (E-SQ): A REVIEW OF EXPERIENCES OF E-SERVICE USERS


Dr.SM Mariyam Fatima

Abstract:
e-business has become very important in all the countries. Even in India the volume of e-business is growing continuously. In such a scenario it is the responsibility of the online providers of goods and services that they must take care of the service quality in online transactions (e-SQ).


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  • PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF ACTIVELY MANAGED MUTUAL FUNDS AND INDEX FUNDS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY


Sumana B.K, Prof B.Shivaraj

Abstract:
Active management is an important model for investment strategy today. The objective with active management is to produce better returns than those of passively managed funds. The Index funds which are passively managed try to replicate the performance of market index


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  • WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT- A CASE STUDY OF DEVGIRI URBAN CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD. AURANGABAD


Bilas S. Kale, Dr. C. N. Chobe

Abstract:
Urban cooperative banks are one of the vital segments of the banking industry of India. UCBs play a pivotal role not only in meeting the credit requirements of various sphere but play a significant role in the development of small & medium industries in urban area. The urban cooperative banking works on the basis of two tier system.


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  • PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND THE STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES USED BY BANKING SECTOR EMPLOYEES IN GUJARAT


Prof. Revati C Deshpande

Abstract:
In todays fast pace world it is very difficult to find any individual without stress. And stress is sometimes good (Eustress) which makes you work more effectively whereas sometimes the stress is negative or will make you go in depression or Burnout which is called Distress.


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  • “EFFECTS OF AGE AND GENDER DIVERSITY ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE”


Ms. Swati A. Joshi & Dr. S. U. Gawade

Abstract:
The intention of this paper is to study the workforce diversity effects on employees’ performance. Though diversity has many areas researcher has focused age and gender diversity effects in Manufacturing, IT and Research and development industries in Pune.


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  • A STUDY OF GLASS CEILING IN BANKING SECTOR OF MUMBAI CITY, MAHARASHTRA (With special reference to women work-force)


Mrs. Sudhi Bhatnagar & Prof. Hemant Kothari

Abstract:
"The Glass Ceiling" refers to an invisible barrier that limits the level to which a woman or another member of a demographic minority can advance within the hierarchy in an organization. In general, it is an attitudinal or organizational bias, which prevents women from occupying leadership positions in organizations.


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  • RETAILING IN INDIA : CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES


Dr. Bhosale J. P.

Abstract:
Retailing is becoming a way of life with retail formats focusing on the needs of particular consumer groups. Previously it was manufacturers brand, the 2000s are witnessing the power of retailers brands challenging the position of suppliers.


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  • SKILL GAP AND DEFICIENCY – THE ROLE OF EDUCATORS IN INDIA FOR 21ST CENTURY


Prof. Laly S Raj and Dr. Rajeswari.R

Abstract:
India is thriving with its growth rate 7.3% and is expected to be a notable country in 2020 where the working age is only 0.8 billion out of the population of 1.3 billion. It is very crucial to note that only 34% of were found as employable out of 100,000 candidates as per the First India Skills Report 2014.


128-138
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  • INFLUENCE OF CONSUMER ATTITUDE TOWARDS ADVERTISEMENT OF COSMETICS PRODUCTS –A CONCEPTUAL STUDY


G Madhumita,Dr. S. Vasantha,

Abstract:
This article is designed to understand the impact of consumers’ attitude towards advertisement and how it influences consumer’s mindset in today’s scenario. The formation of consumer attitudes from the experience and learning of buying behaviour of the consumers (Kotler and Keller, 2009).


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  • A STUDY RELATES TO BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE


Rashmi , Sawitri Devi and Anil Kumar

Abstract:
Business ethics is the first line of defense against corruption while law enforcement id remedial and reactive. Good corporate governance goes beyond rules and regulations that the government can put in place.


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  • INNOVATING EXECUTIVE HUMAN TALENT MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: A STRATEGY TO IMPACT COMPETITIVENESS AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, MEXICO


Dr. Miguel Ángel Vega Campos, Dra. María Eugenia De la Rosa Leal

Abstract:
In order to understand and attend to the highly complex, dynamic and changing environment, government requires of actors –emphasizing those who are involved in the decision-making process whose impact has direct or indirect implications not only inwards public organizations but also outwards of them- better trained and with an extensive knowledge of the duties that must fulfilled in the different positions for which they have been designated for.


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  • CULTURE OF RESEARCH AND INNOVATION: IMPERATIVE FOR INDIA TO BECOME GLOBAL LEADER


Deepak Kumar Adhana

Abstract:
Developing countries that aspire to become emerging economies and eventually advanced countries have to use all the options available to them to improve their technological performance.


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  • A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF LABOUR INCENTIVES ON EMPLOYEE MORALE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE IN ERODE


Dr. B. N. Shanthini

Abstract:
In every Organization, large or small, private or public enterprises, human resources are always the pillar of success of the organsiation.


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  • UNIVERSAL INSURANCE PROGRAM-AN OVERVIEW


B. Sumalatha

Abstract:
In 2012, the universall insurance market is forecast to have a value of $4,608.5 billion, an increase of 24.9% since 2007. Life insurance dominates the global insurance market, accounting for 59.7% of the market′s value.


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  • “SOURCE SEGREGATION”: A RESPONSIBLE STEP TOWARDS EFFECTIVE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT BY RESTAURANTS OF PUNE CITY, INDIA


Aparna Deshpande, Prof.Dr.Seema Zagade

Abstract:
With the increase in globalization and industrialization; Pune has seen a tremendous growth as one of the metropolitan city. Apart from Its nomenclature as „Oxford of East‟, Pune city has also gained popularity as Silicon city and Automobile hub resulting in heavy influx of population.


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  • COMPARISON OF PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF IRANIAN BANKS USING FUZZY AHP, FUZZY TOPSIS AND BALANCED SCORECARD (BSC) APPROACH


Ali Rabiee, Seyyed-Mahmoud Hosseini-Amiri, Mehdi Rouholamini, Nahid Saravi

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is the selection of the best bank in Iranian bank industry by using Balanced Score card and using F-AHP, F-TOPSIS techniques.


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