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  • THE ROLE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY IN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: ISSUES AND STRATEGIES


Dr. C. Mahadeva Murthy & DR. Veena. K. P

Abstract:
Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) are a diverse set of technological tools and resources to create, disseminate, store, bring value addition and manage information.


1-12
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  • IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON SERVICE SUPPLY CHAIN: A CASE STUDY OF HOTELS IN SHIMLA


Priti Kanwar

Abstract:
This study is an outcome of the survey conducted on the hotel stakeholders in Shimla. The objective of the study is to find out the impact of Emotional Intelligence as an internal service quality component, on the quality of work life of hospitality employees.


13-38
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  • INVESTORS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INVESTMENT IN EQUITY MARKET A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO ANANTAPURAMU DISTRICT IN ANDHRA PRADESH


Dr. U. Raghavendra Prasad

Abstract:
The securities market has two interdependent and inseparable segments, namely, primary market and the secondary market. The primary market provides the channel for the creation and sale of new securities, while the secondary market (stock) deals in the securities that were issued previously.


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  • MICRO MANAGEMENT IN HOSPITALS


Dr Mamta Goyal and Mr Mandeep Narang

Abstract:
We all are familiar with the term micromanagement. It is a management style whereby the a manager observes or controls the work of subordinates or employees. It is considered generally as negative connotation.


49-51
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  • AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RECORDS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN ADVENTIST HEALTH INSTITUTION IN GHANA


Angela Ewhonne Nwaomah

Abstract:
This paper is a report of a study that evaluated the practice of effective records management in the Seventh-Day Adventist Hospital in Kwadaso-Kumasi, Ghana. The study revealed that only 46.7 percentage of the records managers have professional qualifications/specialized training in records management.


52-66
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  • INVESTIGATING THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS: A REVIEW OF EMPIRICAL LITERATURE


Jianguanglung Dangmei

Abstract:
The concept of emotional intelligence has acquired the attention of the researchers for enhancing entrepreneurial success in the survival of the entrepreneurial ventures for quite sometimes, but researchers further explore why some entrepreneurial ventures are more successful in their business than others.


67-75
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  • DO INTRINSIC FACTORS MOTIVATE HOUSEKEEPING EMPLOYEES IN LUXURY HOTELS?


Prof. Lalita S. Chirmulay & Prof. Dr. Kirti S. Gupta

Abstract:
Effective Human Resource Management policies are the key to motivation and need to be adopted by the management of the various segments of Luxury hotels to improve employee productivity.


76-89
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  • CUSTOMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS PRIVATE LABEL BRANDS OF BOTTLED DRINKING WATER - A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO CHENNAI


Dr. V. Hemanth Kumar, Dr. P. Premchand Babu

Abstract:
One of the prime natural resources is the water, since the time immortal, and in the recent years it has become the much sought after business due to the scarce in the nature and increasing need of the humans to cope up with the drastic hike of population.


90-98
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  • IMPUTES OF BRAND LOYALTY IN FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION


Amandeep Kaur

Abstract:
The prosperity of an organisation depends largely on its potential to attract customers towards its brands. It is vital for the survival of a company to retain its existing customers and to make them loyal.


99-113
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  • A STUDY OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN ERICSSON INDIA PVT. LTD.


Dr. Bhawna Khosla Sindhwani, Ms Shilpa Tyagi

Abstract:
Quality assurance (QA) provides the basic components required of a quality system. Quality assurance incorporates standards against which internal or external assessment is undertaken, together with the processes in place to control the components of the quality system.


114-127
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  • A STUDY ON FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF PROFIT MAKING IN LAC BANGLE MANUFACTURING IN PANDHARPUR


Rohini R. Bhosale & A.B.Suryawanshi

Abstract:
Bangles, traditional ornaments worn by women are the essence of womanhood and a tradition that has continued since ages. Every woman in the world, who has seen lac bangles, would like and love to wear these bangles as it adds more charm and glory to her beauty and personality.


128-133
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  • SEEPZ BASED GEMS AND JEWELRY INDUSTRY: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTIVE SCENARIOS


Akhilesh Mishra, Dr.Shubhashri Bose

Abstract:
SEEPZ came into existence on 1st May 1973 and subsequently Indian government allows production and exports of Gems and Jewelry products in 1987-88. Gems and Jewelry exports from SEEPZ accounted for 52% of the total Jewelry export from India for the year 2013-14.


134-148
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  • REVISITING RANDOM WALK BEHAVIOR OF STOCK MARKET: EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN MARKET


Gnyana Ranjan Bal

Abstract:
The present study analyses the random walk behaviour of Indian stock market. The study has taken S&P CNX Nifty Fifty return for the purpose of analysis. The period of the study ranges from April, 2006 to March, 2015.


149-158
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  • THE DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF LEADERSHIP (DDL) MODEL TO DEVELOP LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS


Soumya R.S., Dr. Bagali M M

Abstract:
There are several studies on leadership; but still need more clear understanding of what leadership is and what are the traits to achieve leadership. There are several leadership theories on the basis of traits, behavior or situation.


159-172
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  • HRD Practices in Government Enterprises in Ethiopia with Special Reference to TVET Colleges, Jigjiga


Mr. Alex Sisay Azmeraye, Dr. P. Krishna Moorthy

Abstract:
Today HRD (Human Resources Development) activities are very dynamic in terms of transparency, performance, perennial communication and training, potential performance and proactive leadership.


173-185
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  • BASE EROSION AND PROFIT SHIFTING


Daliya Singh, Maryanka

Abstract:
BEPS is a term used to describe tax planning strategies that rely on mismatches and gaps that exist between the tax rules of different jurisdictions, to minimize the corporation tax that is payable overall, by either making tax profits ―disappear‖ or shift profits to low tax operations where there is little or no genuine activity.


186-198
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  • CUSTOMERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS CRM IN BANKING SECTOR


R. Surya Priya, Dr. N. Lakshmi

Abstract:
In India, banking industry face day-to-day challenges in looking beyond core banking through serving customers, meet competitors and utilization of technology to enhance customer expectation.


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