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  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PERFORMANCE MEASURING WITH ENTROPHY- VIKOR AND ENTROPHY - MAUT INTEGRATED TECHNIQUES


ÖZGE EREN

Abstract:
The principle of sustainable development is a set of politics which envisages the countries’s developments by taking in to account the environment they live in and their social atmosphere.


1-14
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  • FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ADOPTION OF INTERNET BANKING SERVICES: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED PRIVATE BANKS IN KARIMNAGAR


Venkati Ponnala; CFA

Abstract:
Banking business rely on efficient and rapid access to information, internet banking offers ease of access, mobility, secure transactions and on the go banking options. Internet banking eliminates runs to the bank and to make financial transactions and provide convenient banking opportunities.


15-36
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  • COMPETENCY MAPPING AMONG THE MIDDLE LEVEL MANAGERS IN BHARAT ELECTRONICS LIMITED, CHENNAI


Dr. S. Srividhya & I. Salma

Abstract:
In this paper researcher has attempted to provide detailed information regarding Competency mapping. At present Competency mapping has assumed a greater importance. According to the study, it is being observed that Competency mapping can be implemented since it is very well responded.


37-49
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  • A STUDY ON USER’S BRAND AWARENESS TOWARDS THE MOBILE HANDSET IN TIRUPUR DISTRICT


R. Abirami

Abstract:
Brand Awareness plays a major role in a consumer’s buying decision-making process. It is the scope to which a brand is predictable by prospective customers and it is suitably associated with a particular product.


50-59
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  • CAPITAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS AND ITS IMPACT ON EPS: A STUDY ON TOP TEN IT COMPANIES IN INDIA


Rahul Sarkar

Abstract:
The main objective of this paper has been to analyse and understand the impact of capital structure practices on profitability of top ten Information Technology (IT) companies in India.


60-72
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  • COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROFITABILITY OF ULTRATECH AND AMBUJA CEMENTS


Dr. B. Madhusudhan Reddy

Abstract:
The purpose of the paper is to compare the overall profitability of Ultratech cements and Ambuja cements based on the performances of profitability ratios like gross profit margin, net profit margin, return of total assets, return on net equity & return on capital employed.


73-86
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  • THE ROLE OF DEBT DERIVATIVE MARKETS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIA: AN ANALYSIS


Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Over a decade Indian economy is facing severe financial crisis which becomes a bottleneck for the overall progress of the nation. Hence the Government of India (GOI) has focused on liberalization of monetary policies for the growth of financial market as it has been a key driver for accelerating the economic growth.


87-101
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  • INTEGRATED ECONOMICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS AT NATIONWIDE LEVEL (With special reference to Arabic countries)


Dr. Anshul Sharma

Abstract:
Worldwide, there is a dedication by Government regulators to sustainable development, yet economic development is constantly on the degrade the organic resources and pollute the surroundings in both city and non-urban places.


102-126
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  • ANALYSIS OF INVENTORY CONTROL TECHNIQUES- ABC & VED; A COMPARATIVE STUDY


Ms Asita Ghewari & Tushar Manwar

Abstract:
Every organization needs inventory for smooth running of its activities. It serves as a link between production and distribution processes.


127-132
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  • SERVICE QUALITY ANALYSIS THROUGH SERVQUAL SCALE IN APPAREL RETAIL STORES IN TRICHY


Rajesh. J, Dr. S. Chandramohan

Abstract:
In the present day of retailing, service quality has become the basic tool for retailers to create competitive advantage and to enhance shopping experience. The quality of services significantly affects customer satisfaction, company revenues, cross selling and also repeat purchase behavior.


133-143
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  • IS INTERNATIONAL TRADE EXAGGERATING THE GDP? – THE CASE OF INDIA


Dr. M. Tamilselvan & Mr. Jayakumar Aswathaman

Abstract:
The review of various literatures and renowned publications is emphasizing that the gross domestic production of a nation is determined by several factors such as growth in agriculture and manufacturing sector, export, inflation, exchange rate and international trade. In spite of different factors affecting the growth, the incremental growth of export and import is considered to be a vital factor which controls all other factor.


144-151
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  • A STUDY OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVES OF SELECTED BANKS IN KARNATAKA


Ramaprakasha. N & Dr. Y. Rajaram

Abstract:
The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has gained tremendous momentum in recent times.


152-164
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  • IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON CONSUMER BUYING DECISIONS W.R.T PUNE CITY


Prof. Deepali Surana

Abstract:
Social Media have given plenty of opportunities to consumers in adapting different aspects in life. Facebook, Twitter ,etc. have played significant role in increasing consumers' online purchases.


165-176
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  • PUBLIC DEPOSITS – ANALYSIS & COMPARISION AS PER COMPANIES ACTS 1958 & 2013(INDIA)


Prof. Mahesh Kumar Soma

Abstract:
The manufacturing sector is the backbone of a country’s economy and its people.The entire economic activity revolves around the investments & the number of people employed in the manufacturing sector, the value of products manufactured in the sector and the entire stream of revenues received by the government in the form of direct and indirect taxes.


177-189
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  • A STUDY OF IMPACT OF COMMERCE EDUCATION REFORMS ON CONVENTIONAL COMMERCE EDUCATION IN MUMBAI WITH REFERENCE TO SERVQUAL MODEL


Dr. Seema Somani

Abstract:
In the times of multidisciplinary approach to teaching and research, commerce education has a challenge to respond to changing environment both in education sector as well as the market as commerce education plays a significant role for the economic progress and the development of any country, especially India where the unemployment problem is increasing at a higher pace.


190-200
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  • BEYOND MEASUREMENT: NIGERIA UNIVERSITY QUALITY MANAGEMENT


Dr. Adeniyi Temitope Adetunji

Abstract:
This paper aims to review past literature that has defined quality in universities with the intention of measuring something. It was assumed that such a study, measuring quality in Nigerian universities had taken a superficial approach, ignoring the uniqueness of each university, and the context.


201-215
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  • STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED ORGANIZATIONS AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP CAPABILITY


Dr. Latha Siddapur

Abstract:
The acquire competencies of strategic alliances has founded mainly on alliances between big businesses and between enormous businesses and joint ventures.


216-233
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  • CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF BRAND EQUITY AND ENTREPRENEURS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS DIGITAL MARKETING TOOLS


Ms Shirin N Mujawar, Prof. Pravin Bodade

Abstract:
Emergence of Brand equity and customer perception has become the game changers. A huge transformation has happened from the manufacturing era to service economy. Now need of the day is customer delight.


234-244
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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON INTEREST RATES OF CHIT FUNDS AND PERSONAL LOANS


Jeevitha E, Dr. Michael David Premkumar

Abstract:
A Chit fund is a kind of savings scheme practiced in India. A chit fund company is a company that manages, conducts, or supervises such a chit fund, as defined in Section of the Chit Funds Act, 1982.


245-252
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  • COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE INSIDE THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY: THE HUMAN RESOURCE CHOICES AND AMBITIONS


Dr. Latha Siddapur

Abstract:
World organizations are being pressured to grow to be extra aggressive. Globalization of markets, altering purchaser wishes and growing product-market opponents, folks and the best way wherein the place they're managed gather higher price inside the 21 century.


253-263
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  • FDI POLICY IN E-COMMERCE – ITS INFLUENCE ON PURCHASES


Dr. C. V. Ranjani

Abstract:
E-commerce in India at present is at an embryonic stage and has started to make its presence felt in every nook and corner of the country.


264-276
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  • PREFERENCE OF INVESTMENT AVENUES AMONG WOMEN DOCTORS WITH REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE DISTRICT


Dr. V. Ramanujam, L. Leela

Abstract:
This study aims to focus on preference of investment avenues among women in Doctors profession in Coimbatore District was selected.


277-288
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  • HAVE I SEEN IT? HAVE I NOT - A PERSPECTIVE ON AD AWARENESS OF PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS


Divya Soni

Abstract:
Most advertisers aim at creating advertisements that have a long lasting impression on the minds of the viewers. Researchers have highlighted the importance of advertisement awareness for long.


289-302
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  • ROLE AND EXTENT OF FINANACIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA


Saurabh Pandey

Abstract:
The developing nation era is based on inclusive growth and the key of inclusive growth is financial inclusion. Financial inclusion is the delivery of financial services to the vast section of the society including the vulnerable group such as weaker section and low income groups.


303-315
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  • WOMEN IMPOVERMENT THROUGH FINANCIAL INCLUSION


Pukhraj Yadav & Sandeep Kumar

Abstract:
Households in developing countries such as India require finance for many reasons such as consumption, meeting lump-sum expenses like as during a marriage or illness and most importantly for income-generating activities.


316-328
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  • A CASE STUDY ON “HOW NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES ARE CIRCULATED”? – REDEFINING DISTRIBUTION IN DELHI NCR MARKET


Satish Kumar Lakshkar & Krishan kumar

Abstract:
This study throws light on important aspect in everyone‟s life. It attempts to explore how newspaper & magazines actually reaches our doorstep every morning without failure throughout the year. Unlike other FMCG products which are perishable, the shelf life of newspaper or magazine is much higher.


329-356
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  • A STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION IN K C P SUGARS AND INDUSTRIES CORPORATION LTD BY APPLYING HERZBERG’S TWO FACTORS THEORY


Dr. Khamuruddin Shaik & Mr. M S Kishan Varma

Abstract:
A Job satisfaction survey is an excellent tool to know the employee perceptions and satisfaction levels of their job. Although the manufacturing industry represents the largest employment sector while comparing to other industry, so here we choose K C P Sugars and Industries Corporation Ltd, where more number of employees are there in company and it is easy to make the survey on job satisfaction tool. Job satisfaction research is less examined within this industry.


357-370
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  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY


Monika Sharma and Rakesh Kumar

Abstract:
Universities exist for various academic and non-academic reasons and also there is a strong relationship between proper financing and quality of the educational programmes in teaching, research, administration etc. by the universities.


371-383
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  • CONFLICT MANAGEMENT THROUGH CONFLICT STIMULATION: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED BUSINESS CONCERNS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA


Okafor, Lawrence Chima

Abstract:
There seem to be a gradual erosion in the traditional but wide-held submission that all conflicts are dysfunctional. Today, some management experts and organization theorists have come to imbibe the idea that conflict management can be made possible through the auspices of conflict stimulation.


384-395
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  • THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY (ESE) IN STUDENTS OF THE SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF SAN LUIS POTOSI


Yadira Palacios Gámez, Martha Luisa Puente Esparza & Paola Isabel Rodríguez Gutiérrez

Abstract:
Entrepreneurial intention models describe the behavioral tendency of an individual to do business, analyzing each of the constructs involved in this professional decision, recognizing those who are at an optimum level and developing those who are weak in the person.


396-414
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  • HUMAN CAPITAL REGENERATION STRATEGIES FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL GOALS ACHIEVEMENT IN RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA


Dr. J.N.D. Meenyinikor, Prof. S.B Nwideeduh & Assor, Blessing

Abstract:
The study is on human capital regeneration strategies for university goals achievement in Rivers State, Nigeria and how the members of staff evaluate the strategies. The significance is to equip educational policy formulators, university administrators and members of staffwith strategies to be effective and efficient in their job.


415-436
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