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  • THE FUNCTION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES


Dr. Akoju Poornachander Rao

Abstract:
The corporate Social responsibility is the dedication of the corporate for the equitable increase & sustainable development of the society. beneath the brand new groups Act, 2013, handed by means of Parliament in August 2013, worthwhile groups will have to spend at least 2 per cent of their average net earnings over the preceding 3 years on CSR sports CSR essentially is a company initiative to evaluate and take responsibility for the enterprise’s outcomes on the environment and impact on social welfare.


1-10
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  • APPLICATION OF MYSTERY SHOPPING IN VARIOUS SERVICES


Kalgi Shah, Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt

Abstract:
A satisfied customer is an important asset of any business. But when it comes to services, it becomes difficult to measure customer satisfaction due to distinct characteristics of service. Mystery shopping is a market research tool which will help companies to collect unbiased information about the customers’ experience.


11-23
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  • TESTING WEAK FORM EFFICIENCY OF SECTORAL INDICES OF NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE


Dr. Shveta Singh, Teena

Abstract:
The study intends to measure the behaviour of the Sectoral Indices of NSE that would lead to decide whether these are weak form efficient or not. Weak form efficiency determines the prediction possibility of future price movement on the basis of past price movement. Movement of sectoral indices reflects the movement of composition of all relevant firms’ stock prices.


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  • A STUDY ON MIGRANT LABOUR WELFARE, HEALTH & SAFETY MEASURES IN KHADI INDUSTRIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AGRA, FIROZABAD & SHIKOHABAD DISTRICT


Ashish Dhar Mishra, Ankita Singh, Ishan Shanker, Sachin Verma

Abstract:
Migration has been an inherent part of human existence. It has been a major source of human survival. Labour happiness, health and safety activities are useful means to motivate for healthy approach and help in maintain positive attitude towards the job and the oraganisation.


42-58
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  • LEVEL OF STRESS AND MANAGEMENTS IN COLLEGE STUDENTS


Km. Neeta, Dr. Divya Rani Singh

Abstract:
Stress and managements for adolescents was undertaken to analyze the stress in college students and the managements by adolescent’s students. Studied was conducted on 100 adolescents studying in college of Gorakhpur. Stress questioner and management. Strategies questioner were used for data collection.


59-68
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  • A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF MARKETING STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY TRANSGENDER ENTREPRENEUR WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE


Mrs. Lubna Suraiya

Abstract:
Profession as a commercial sex worker or sex solicitors is a label attached to transgender. Social stigmatization of trans-community has led to a number of issues that have ostracized this group. Transgender are the smallest group having the largest risk. Judgments, misconduct, and assumptions about transgender come as a result of a lack of awareness and knowledge.


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  • PORTFOLIO’S RISK MEASUREMENT USING A MULTI OBJECTIVE - SINGLE PERIOD MODEL UNDER PROBABLE CONSTRAINTS


Seyedali Nabavi Chashmi, Ahmad Dadashpoor Omranid

Abstract:
One of the important issues in the capital markets and should be considered is portfolio selection. In this regard, the investors are being studied in order to select the best portfolio with respect to risk level and the return. Investors


79-94
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  • VIRAL MARKETING: A MAGIC WAND TO SUCCESS


Supriya Khaneja

Abstract:
It is the power of internet that people in today’s world prefer to shop online, search google for any information and use social networks like facebook, skype for personal interactions. That is why marketers these days are moving towards social networking sites to promote their products to reach the target audience.


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  • WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN INDIA: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF DR. REDDY’S LABORATORIES LIMITED


Dr. Dhanraj Sharma

Abstract:
In this paper, we have studied the working capital management of Indian pharmaceutical sector. The study mainly emphasised on the impact of working capital management on financial performance of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited, leading company in the Indian pharmaceutical sector in terms of turnover for the period of 2008-09 to 2013-14.


109-123
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  • INDIA-SOUTH KOREA COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP (CEPA)


Dr. Syeeda Khatoon, Ms. Bindu Sharma

Abstract:
On India-South Korea CEPA, joint study group was constituted in 2005, which led to final signing of agreement on January 1, 2010. On ex-anti basis comprehensive feasibility study was conducted. India-South Korea CEPA is the outcome of India‟s „Look East‟ policy. Free trade lead to gains from trade but it is really difficult to measure gains from trade in a comprehensive manner because some gains are short term and some are long term.


124-146
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  • FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF CO-OPERATIVE INSTITUTION IN HIMACHAL PRADESH


Dinesh Kumar Sharma, Dr. Surya Bhushan Tiwari

Abstract:
The Himachal Pradesh lit the bona fide of co-operative movement in the country, when first co-operative society was established in Panjawar village of Una District in 1892 twelve years before the enactment of Co-operative Societies Act in 1904. The Himachal Pradesh inherited 663 societies in 1948 and most of them were in dormant position.


147-170
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  • DISPUTE SETTLEMENT MECHANISM UNDER WTO: AN ANALYSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA


Dr. S. Nagabhushana

Abstract:
The best international agreement is not worth very much if its obligations cannot be enforced when one of the signatories fails to comply with such obligations. An effective mechanism to settle disputes thus increase the practical value of the commitments the signatories undertake in an international agreement.


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  • “REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES ON THE BASIS OF E CTD”


Lincy Joseph, Mathew George, Sachin Lawania, Anjana .M.N

Abstract:
Regulatory Affairs refers to the interaction of the company with the regulatory authorities, internal departments of the organization and interaction throughout the life cycle of a product, from conceptualization to marketing of it.


185-206
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  • AN ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL OF MAKE IN INDIA INITIATIVE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MSME SECTOR IN RAJASTHAN


Abhishek Pareek, Dr. Swati Shastri

Abstract:
MSMEs sector is the backbone of Indian Economy. Since Independence these Small Industries had been the major pillars of India‟s Economic Development. It Accounts for more than 8% share in India‟s GDP and more than 45% of the total manufacturing output comes from this sector.


207-218
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  • USING SOCIAL MEDIA DATA SET AS A KEY INPUT TO ECONOMIC INDICATORS


Mr. Harish Kamath, Dr. Noor Firdoos Jahan

Abstract:
Economic indicators and reports are published primarily by the govt. agencies from time to time. These statistics are vital for building right strategy for economic growth. Economic forecasting is hard without having the right statistics on key Economic Indicators.


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