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  • A FACT FINDING STUDY ON MAJOR ISSUES & CONCERNS OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN ANDHRA PRADESH


Mr. Pulla Rao Kota & Dr. S. Vijaya Raju

Abstract:
The main objective of the present paper is to investigate the major issues & concerns of management education in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Naturally businesses across the globe are required to have the manpower with multi-skills, knowledge, abilities and proper attitude rather than simply educational certificates with good percentage of marks.


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  • AN APPRAISAL OF CSR INITIATIVES BY INDIAN BANKS


Dr. Bhavna Sharma

Abstract:
This paper attempts to study the major CSR initiatives of Indian commercial banks for the last four years. Moreover the contributions of 10 selected banks in CSR activities are compared in relation to their performance. Percentage method is used to find out proportionate CSR expenditure in relation to profits of selected banks for activities fulfilling their social responsibilities.


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  • BRICKS OR CLICKS: A REVIEW OF CONSUMERS’ PERSPECTIVES


Parmod, Dr. Usha Arora

Abstract:
Every retail entity exists in an environment which keeps on changing. These changes in environment lead to change in retail entities and compel to rejig their business models. Similarly, Indian retail sector is also witnessing visual and structural changes driven by various factors like demographic shifts, increase in disposable income, changing lifestyle and preferences, under-tapped and untapped market potential, accelerating expenditures and more digitally active consumers.


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  • A STUDY ON IDENTIFYING THE FACTORS AFFECTING TOURISM INDUSTRY WITH RESPECT TO INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES IN KARNATAKA


Mr. Santhosh Kumar S & Dr. P V Raveendra

Abstract:
The tourism industry in Karnataka is one of the fastest developing sector as far as exchange and economy is concerned. Containing limitless assets and including an awesome financial worth also this industry has served as kind of spine for the basically merit based Indian economy.


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  • IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON CORPORATE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY ON LISTED COMPANIES IN INDIA


Dr. Smita Rao , Ms. Hetal Gaglani

Abstract:
Corporate Social Responsibility aims to embrace responsibility for corporate actions and to encourage a positive impact on the environment and stakeholders. As per Section 135 and Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013, it is mandate for companies to plough back at least 2 per cent of their net profit on upliftment of the society.


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  • IMPACT OF HR PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE’S PERFORMANCE: A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS


Dr. Satendra Thakur, Dr. Sameer Sinha & Deepak Kumar

Abstract:
Now a day Human Resource Practice has become vital issue for each and every business organization towards job satisfaction of the employees in order to improve their performance. There are different various HR Practices adopted by different organizations such as, Recruitment & Selection, compensation, health benefits, incentives, rewards, etc. in this research paper we have examinee the relationship between HR Practice and employee performance towards private sector organization.


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  • FUNDAMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING STOCK PRICES OF VARDHMAN TEXTILES LIMITED


Sheenu Gupta

Abstract:
A number of studies have been undertaken in the past to examine various factors influencing the movements in stock prices in different stock markets. Previous existing literature strongly supports the movement of stock price as a result of various firm specific accounting factors such as Dividend per share, Book value, earnings etc.


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  • IMPACT OF COMMODITY PRICE CHANGES ON INDIA’S TRADE DEFICIT


Saina Baby and Aarti Mehta Sharma

Abstract:
Trade deficit is an indicator of a country’s performance in merchandise trade. Indian economy has been recording trade deficit since 1950s and there has been substantial volatility in the magnitude of India’s trade deficit.


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  • ETHNIC PREFERENCE, VALUE AND ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES WORKING IN SERVICE SECTOR COMPANIES – AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT


R. Manohar & Dr. M. Sakthivel

Abstract:
Service sector is contributing a major chunk in our country’s economy. In the recent past, it has dominated manufacturing sector in many aspects. The employee characteristics working in service sector is much different from manufacturing sector. They need more people skills as the customer interaction increases in their nature of jobs.


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  • EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF DETERMINANTS OF WOMEN MICROPRENEURSHIP AND ITS IMPACT ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN MSMEs


Dr. Mohd Asif Khan and Dr. Nisha K.M

Abstract:
Women entrepreneurship in the globalised arena is acting as a catalyst for economic development of a nation by venturing into innovative domains, creating novel business women with substance, potency and success.


138-153
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  • “MODELING AND FORECASTING OF THE STOCK MARKET VOLATILITY OF S&P CNX NIFTY - 50 INDEX OF INDIA USING GARCH FAMILY MODELS”


Prof. Chetan G K & Dr. Anilkumar G Garag

Abstract:
This paper investigates the appropriate econometric techniques to forecast and model the S&P CNX Nifty – 50, National Stock Exchange’s stock index of India. We have employed the standard (symmetric) loss functions to evaluate the forecasting performance of the competing econometric models: the Root Mean Squared Error (RMSE), the Mean Absolute Error (MAE), the Mean Absolute Percent Error (MAPE) and the Theil Inequality Coefficient (TIC) on S&P CNX Nifty – 50 Index of India.


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  • IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT ACADEMICIANS’ DEMOGRAPHICS ON THE PREFERENCE FOR JOINING A UNIVERSITY IN HARYANA


Neelam Rani, Usha Arora & Shabnam Saxena

Abstract:
In today’s competitive academic era, to balance a successful career with personal or family life is the biggest challenge for academicians also. Academician doesn’t have much option that they can align their personal limitations with career opportunities even then there are many demographic factors which are to be considered by academicians to join any university.


167-177
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  • PRADHAN MANTRI JAN DHAN YOJNA (PMJDY): AN INNOVATIVE STEP IN THE WAY TO FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA


Amita Rani

Abstract:
The Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana or more popularly known as PMJDY scheme is planning on revolutionizing the traditional banking system in India by providing the banking opportunity and insurance coverage to all including the poor.


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  • RETHINKING TOWARDS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA


Garvit Dhingra

Abstract:
India is the 3rd largest economy of the world in terms of purchasing power parity and thus looks attractive to the world for FDI. Even Government of India, has been trying hard to do away with the FDI caps for majority of the sectors, but there are still critical areas like retailing and insurance where there is lot of opposition from local Indians / Indian companies.


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  • PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES AND TRADING CORPORATION OF PAKISTAN


Nazia tabasam, Dr. Naeem chaudry & Dr. Normaz Wana

Abstract:
Most of Public Sector Enterprises are running in loss, the Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) is making profit while carrying out the essential functions of procurement/import of essential commodities at prices affordable to consumers and ensure fair price to farmers.


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  • CORPORATE CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON FIRM PROFITABILITY: EVIDENCE FROM MANUFACTURING FIRMS


Venkati Ponnala

Abstract:
The capital structure of a firm is very important since it is related to the ability of the firm to meet the needs of its stakeholders. The aim of this paper is to provide large sample evidence on capital structure and its impact on profitability using a new database of large tax payer manufacturing firms in Ethiopia.


224-244
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  • “ROLE OF BIG DATA ANALYTICS TO GAIN PRODUCT AND MARKETING EDGE”


Ramalakshmi.V, Madhur Pahwa

Abstract:
This paper presents the usage of big data to gain product and marketing edge with special reference to retail sector. Big data is not been used everywhere in every sector but it plays a vital role now a days in many business segment. In retail sector big data can play an important role.


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  • ENTREPRENEURİAL AND INNOVATİVE UNİVERSİTİES: NUMBER OF CİTATİONS İS AN EVİDENCE OF İNNOVATİON?


Elyase İSKENDER, Hatice Yasemin İSKENDER

Abstract:
In this study the relationship between number of scientific article citations and Universities entrepreneurial activities in Turkish Universities has investigated. Tubitak’s entrepreneurial and innovative index rankings for 2011 – 2015 (EIUI) and Webometric’s Ranking of scientists in Turkish institutions based ranking (WGS) and WGS per academician based ranking (WGSP) have been issued with spearman correlation coefficient to find an answer to this.


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  • A STUDY ON MANAGING EMPLOYEE’S RELATIONS AND WORKING CONDITIONS WITH REFERENCE TO NCR REGION


Dr. Rekha Dhingra

Abstract:
Working Conditions are important concept in Social science as a key factor in organization services and human resource practice. The improved working lives sets a model of good HR practices against which employer and staff can increase the organization’s HR management.


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