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  • “INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTHS AND PROFITS: THE NEED OF TALENT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR MALAYSIAN BANKS”


Dewi Tajuddin, Roshidi Hassan, Syed Abdul Jamal Mohd Nasir and Rosalan Ali

Abstract:
Malaysian banking industry is having problem in retaining young talented bankers for sustainable growth due to the acute shortage of banking talent, stiff competition and war of talent among banking industries’ players both locally and globally.


1-18
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  • A STUDY ON CHENNAI FLOODS 2015 – AN EYE OPENER TO HUMANITY


S T Krishnekumaar, Dr. K. S. Meenakshisundaram

Abstract:
The Chennai Disaster is an eye opener for the humanity to live together in harmony and help each other. It was a 17 days spell of rain continuously which had very heavy spells of 47 cms of rain even in a single day.


19-28
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  • BARRIERS AND MYTHS TO EVALUATION OF TRAINING


Sharada Ghosh

Abstract:
The challenge for all HRD Managers today is to justify the investment done for training of employees. To measure the effectiveness of training conducted and to check the transfer of learning to the job is becoming more and more pertinent to all HRD managers.


29-35
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  • THE IMPACT OF MANAGERIAL SELF-INTEREST ON CORPORATE CAPITAL STRUCTURE (EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED FIRMS)


Venkati Ponnala

Abstract:
The literature on the impact of managerial self-interest on capital structure has already been developed in developed markets that have different institutional financing arrangements from those in emerging markets.


36-50
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  • THE IMPACT OF MANAGERIAL SELF-INTEREST ON CORPORATE CAPITAL STRUCTURE (EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED FIRMS)


Venkati Ponnala

Abstract:
The literature on the impact of managerial self-interest on capital structure has already been developed in developed markets that have different institutional financing arrangements from those in emerging markets.


36-50
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  • FINANCIAL LEVERAGE OF SELECT INDIAN AUTO ANCILLARY COMPANIES


Hemaprasanna. S, Dr. MaruthuPandian.P

Abstract:
Economic development of any nations depends on industrial development. Auto ancillary industry is one of the fastest growing industries and is riding on the success of the automobile sector.


51-60
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  • EMERGING INNOVATIVE BUSINESS APPROACHES IN INDIAN RURAL RETAILING


Dr. O. Ravisankar, Mr. K. Ashok Vardhan Reddy

Abstract:
According to the great management guru, Peter Ducker, "the organisations have only two functions, one is marketing and other is innovation." Rural markets are characterized with huge potential for marketers, but at the same time pose several challenges to serve them with similar set of marketing mix used in urban settings.


61-73
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  • EXPLORING SERVICE QUALITY, SWITCHING BARRIERS AND CUSTOMER LOYALTY: MEDIATING ROLE OF SWITCHING BARRIERS


Nirbhay Krishna Varshney

Abstract:
Customer loyalty is the outcome of a positive emotional experience which is due to the satisfaction derived from physical features and the value perceived from an experience. Service quality has been considered to be an integral factor affecting customer loyalty. Recent research has focused on service quality dimensions.


74-83
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  • FACTORS DETERMINING THE SUCCESS AND FAILURE OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN INDIA


Dr. Sanjay Keshaorao Katait

Abstract:
Small scale industries (SSI) play a vital role in the growth of national economy. Small scale industries (SSI) provide huge employment opportunities to people. In the small scale industries (SSI) there are so many crucial important factors which determine success and failure of the business which mainly consists of internal and external environmental factors.


84-97
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  • CORPORATE DISCLOSURE SCORES AND SHARE PRICE REACTION: EMPIRICAL STUDY OF INDIAN LISTED FIRMS (POST SATYAM PERIOD)


Showkat Ahmad Busru & G Shanmugasundaram

Abstract:
The study examined the effect of corporate governance disclosures and collectively environment social and governance disclosures on the share price of listed Indian firms. Data regarding the sample of 393 companies of CNX 500 index of NSE of India was collected from Bloomberg data base by using two regressions equations for CGD and ESGD using both separately independent variables and share price as dependent variable.


98-104
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  • SERVQUAL SCALE MEASURING: MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE QUALITY OF BSNL AND AIRTEL


Harinadh Karimikonda, Suneel Sankala

Abstract:
Quality is a key aspect to attain customer satisfaction and make business successful. Every company is essentially required to measure their output quality perceived by customers. Particularly in service sector, it is complex and crucial to measure quality of service provided to customer because of its unique characteristics like Intangibility, Inseparability, Variability, Perishability etc.


105-113
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  • REARRANGEMENT OF PRESENT FINANCIAL SYSTEM FOR THE PROGRESSIVE GROWTH OF RURAL INDIA


Dr. O. Ravisankar & Dr.Haris Krishna

Abstract:
Indian economy and banking services have made rapid strides in the recent past. However, a sizeable section of the population, particularly the vulnerable groups, such as weaker sections and low income groups, continue to remain excluded from even the most basic opportunities and services provided by the financial sector.


114-122
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  • MUDRA SCHEME IN EMPOWERING SMALL ENTERPRISES


Prof. T. Umamaheswara Rao & G. Kamal

Abstract:
Financial inclusion is the process of ensuring access to appropriate financial products and services needed by vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low-income groups at an within the means at a fair and transparent manner by mainstream institutional players.


123-130
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  • ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT PREFERENCES OF VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS


Dr. Naseeb Ahmad

Abstract:
The paper is an attempt to analyze and understand the investment preferences of Venture Capital firms and further, the preferences of Venture Capitalists were tested to find whether it is homogeneous across different categories of Venture Capital firms.


131-148
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