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  • CRONBACH ALPHA IS AN INSTRUMENT TO ASSESS THE RELIABILITY OF A LIKERT SCALE IN THE CONTEXT OF BUSINESS RESEARCH


Dr. Ramesh R. Kulkarni

Abstract:
While collecting data or information on various fields of research in the social sciences, marketing, medicine, business etc, the researchers face difficulty in measurement relating to attitudes, emotions, opinions, personalities, and so on. Specially when the concepts involve description’s of people’s environment they are complex and abstract in nature.


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  • TITLE OF THE PAPER: “AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF GREEN BANKING IN INDIA”


Dr. Rashmi Sharma

Abstract:
‘Go Green’ has been the mantra since recent years with environmentalists becoming active and taken a center stage for better lives. People too are getting environment conscious with experiencing and observing the ill-effects of environmental damage.


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  • A STUDY ON HUMAN RESOURCES ACCOUNTING MODELS AND PRACTICES IN THE ORGANIZATIONS


Dr. Balaji Bhovi

Abstract:
Human resources are playing a very significant role in the organization than any other resources as physical and financial for the successful in the business. Business organization’s success or failure depends on the quality human resources like employees’ caliber, skills efficiency creativity, ability and dedication of their resources towards success in the organization.


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  • CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND QUALITY OF FINANCIAL REPORT


Siyanbola, Trimisiu Tunji

Abstract:
This study, corporate governance and quality of financial report, was conducted to determine the relationship of variants of corporate governance and earning management in the firm. Six theories were reviewed out of which stakeholder theory was found to be more relevant.


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  • REWARD SYSTEM AND ITS IMPACT ON EMPLOYEES MOTIVATION IN BANKING SECTOR


Meera

Abstract:
The main objective of this paper is to present the comprehensive view of existing studies that have been conducted to investigate the relationship between reward system and motivation of employees at work place. It also discusses the methodological aspects of existing studies which guide the researcher for further investigation.


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  • WORKING WOMEN AFTER MARRIAGE AND MATERNITY (A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE COUNTRY OMAN)


Dr. Kamireddy- Chandra Sekhara Reddy, Arshiya Sultana

Abstract:
It is well known fact that women’s are playing a very crucial role in every human’s life, as a mother, mother-in-law, sister, wife, grand mother, friend, well wisher and colleague, they are at every stage of our life. 6 to 7decadesbefore most of the women are not permitted to come out from their homes for their education and jobs.


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  • INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL VARIABLES ON OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG THE EMPLOYEES IN PRINT MEDIA


Dr.K.Parthasarathy, Mr.K.Vivekanandan, Mrs.P.M.Aswini

Abstract:
The present research attempts to examine the influence of personal variables in occupational stress. The study examines the frequency of occupational stress with reference to print media in Tiruchirappalli district, TamilNadu, India.


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  • DISASTER MANAGEMENT WITH REGARDS TO AFFECTED AREAS IN CHENNAI FLOOD -2015


Mrs. B.Jeeva Rekha, Dr.K.Priya, Ms. S. Sugacini

Abstract:
Floods are extreme events or actions of nature, in which the flow of water can’t be contained within the banks of rivers and or retention areas. It occur most commonly when water from heavy rainfall, from melting ice and snow, or from a combination of these exceeds the carrying capacity, of the river system, lake, or the like into which it runs.


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  • IMPACT OF CULTURE ON NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS: EXAMPLES FROM INDIAN AND CHINESE MARKET


Mr. Anuj Kumar, Dr. Anoop Pandey

Abstract:
The main aim of writing this paper is to check whether the local culture of the country made significant impact on the new product development of the company. In the 21st century many Western organizations have chosen Asian market for manufacturing and selling their products because their own market is saturating.


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  • THE IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON EMPLOYEES BEHAVIOUR IN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS


Dr. M.s. Gayathri, Dr. G. Sridevi

Abstract:
The rising alertness on the part emotional intelligence play in work plays has made it popular in Human resource management emotionally intelligent people do extremely well at the work place.


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  • GLOBAL EFFECT OF MANUFACTURING ON BUSINESS COMPETITIVE POSITION OF SELECTED INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA


OKONKWO, ADONAI OKECHUKWU PRINCE

Abstract:
Globally, competition in the business world has become more and more fierce especially in the manufacturing sector.


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