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  • BURNOUT IN FINANCIAL SERVICES- IS ONLY THE INDIVIDUAL TO BLAME?


Chandrama Mohanty, Dr. Manjari Srivastava

Abstract:
Burnout is an issue being faced by most organizations nowadays. Though the study of burnout had started in the healthcare services and later been extended to other human services like in the teaching profession, typical symptoms of burnout were observed in other services like information technology, finance and law.


1-15
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN EXPANDING THEIR BUSINESS: DEBREMARKOS TOWN


Mr. Mehari Bayable Yimer, Mr. Habtamu Abebaw Worku

Abstract:
Women entrepreneurs play an important economic role in many countries andrecognized as an important vehicles of economic diversification, employment creation, incomegeneration and distribution, and poverty alleviation. The purpose of this study was to assess the constraining factors related to socio-cultural, business development service, working premise, financial and personal factors that hinders the expansion of women business in DebreMarkos Town.


16-43
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING FOREX TRANSACTION PERFORMANCE OF ETHIOPIAN PRIVATE BANKS


Kibret Baye Assefa

Abstract:
Despite the registered growth achieved by private banks, Ethiopian banking performance is lagging behind in many dimensions. One of the major roles that private banks needed to be involved is the foreign operation particularly on the foreign exchange performance.


44-62
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  • STUDY OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN ECONOMY


Y. Satguru Roshan, Devanshi Dixit, Krati Agarwal

Abstract:
The Foreign Direct Investment includes the transfer of capital, advance technology, and goods & services, come from developed nation to the developing for improving living standard, gaining new technology, providing employment opportunity, increasing gross domestic product, establishing new plants and raising foreign reserve etc. Thus, is useful investment for achieving good growth.


63-69
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  • A STUDY ON BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY MANAGEMENT (With Reference to Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, Visakhapatnam)


Dr. A. A. Girinathan, Dr. N. Kishore Babu

Abstract:
The industrial revolution and the consequent industrialisation have brought in lot of hazards and risks to the industrial workers. Every year millions of industrial accidents occur causing immense suffering to the accident victim, their family and enormous loss to the organization and ultimately to the nation.


70-99
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  • GST- ON THE PATH OF FINAL IMPLEMENTATION


Dr. Anita Sharma

Abstract:
The Constitution Amendment Bill (the Bill) for introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) the GST Bill has been passed in 2016. It had taken a journey of nearly 10 years to arrive at a consensus on The Constitution (122nd Amendment) (GST) Bill,2014.In 243-member House 203 votes are casted in the favor of the bill and none against in the Rajya Sabha. The bill was passed after a seven-hour debate.


100-107
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  • INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SAUDI INSURANCE COMPANY


Rahayu AbdullRazak, Ola Al Johani

Abstract:
This study adopts the value added intellectual coefficient (VAIC) to measure Intellectual Capital (IC) performance of insurance sector in Saudi Arabia for a period of three years from 2013 to 2015. This study further investigates whether IC performance and its components influence insurance industry financial performance measures, namely return on asset (ROA).


108-125
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  • INVESTIGATING CONSUMER PREFERENCE OF COLLEGE STUDENTS ABOUT FOOD FOR FASTING


Sandip T. Gaikwad, Vikas Saxena, Dinkar B. Kamble, Ashutosh Upadhyay

Abstract:
This study was undertaken to explore the consumer preferences about food for fasting among the college students. The aim of this research was to investigate views regarding online fasting food delivery system along with identification of their taste preferences and important factors for selection.


126-138
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  • LOGIC OF MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING


Vir Ved Ratna

Abstract:
Decision Making is considered an integral part of the Management Process. For managers, decision making is one of the most crucial functions to be carried out by them.


139-145
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  • MAIZE POTENTIALITY, GROWERS‟ HURDLESAND RISK MANAGEMENT INITIATIVES


V. Chandra Sekhar Rao, Dr. G V Kesava Rao

Abstract:
Maize is one of the most versatile emerging crops having wider adaptability under varied agro-climatic conditions. Globally, maize is known as queen of cereals with highest genetic yield potential among the cereals and is the third most important food crop contributingto nearly 9 % in the national food basket.


146-159
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  • EXPLORING IMPACT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS ON EMPLOYEE JOB INVOLVEMENT– AN OVERVIEW


Mr. Sushil Mavale, Dr. Parag Narkhede

Abstract:
The present research explores major factors affecting job involvement, which has come up as an important variable in human resource domain. It talks about the background research related to job involvement and its relationship with various job related attitudes and factors.


160-166
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  • APPLIED RISK MANAGEMENT TOOLS AND DECISION - MAKING OF INDIAN FARMERS: A CASE STUDY


K. Kishore Kumar, Dr. B. Radha

Abstract:
Agricultural in India involves variety of risk this risk arise from climate variables frequent natural disasters, manmade disaster, pest out breaks accidental factors, borrowing money can also be risky with unexpected changes in interest, risk also occurs as a result of changes in government policies, rural infrastructure, finally there are risks related to the health and prosperity of the farmer and his family and the supply of labour for the farm, all these event severally affect farmers through loss in farm production and farm income and they are beyond the control of the farmers.


167-181
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PRACTICE IN DEBRE MARKOS UNIVERSITY


Mulugeta Belayneh Birara, Habtamu Abebaw Worku

Abstract:
The main purpose of the study is to identify factors affecting the effectiveness of public procurement practice in DebreMarkos University. In this study the researcher tries to see the correlation between the independent variable (implementation of procurement plan, organizational culture, ICT adoption, staff competency and operational procedures) and dependent variable (effectiveness of public procurement practice which is on time delivery, the right quality, right quantity, right source, right price and the level of customer satisfaction).


182-205
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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT-A STUDY IN SELECT ORGANIZATIONS


Dr. B. Swathi

Abstract:
Performance is a relative term which determines the growth and improvement in an organization. This article provides an outline on employee Training and development, highlighting the importance of performance appraisal process, methods and channels.


206-212
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  • INTEGRATING SMART CITY CONCEPT IN PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF A HERITAGE CITY FOR DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF VARANASI, INDIA


R. K. Srivastava, R. K. Mall, O P Mishra, Nidhi Singh1, T. Banerjee

Abstract:
The concept of smart city is now gaining momentum as a tool to improve the quality of life and living condition in urban areas.Varanasi located in Uttar Pradesh, India is all set to be developed as a smart city being the ambitious projects of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India.


213-229
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  • A STUDY ON CONSUMER’S BUYING BEHAVIOR TOWARDS OTC PRODUCTS OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY


Boya Sekhar, Prof. Dr. H. Lajipathi Rai

Abstract:
Understanding the reasons for studying a discipline enables one to better appreciate its contributions. Studying consumer behavior has a lot of benefits to marketers that enable them to create long lasting relationship with customers.


230-241
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  • AN EMPERICAL STUDY ON THE FUNCTIONING OF PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WITH A SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KURNOOL DISTRICT IN ANDHRA PRADESH


Pullaiah Dudekula, Prof. Dr. H. Lajipathi Rai

Abstract:
India’s Public Distribution System(PDS) seeks to provide a food safety net to poor and vulnerable people living below the poverty line. The coverage and entitlement of food grains in PDS have evolved over time.


242-250
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  • PETROLEUM SECTOR AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS


Nwogo, J. E.

Abstract:
The partitioning of the economy into activity sectors has proved a good strategy toward the drive for output growth. Rostow mentioned it in his stages of economic growth theory and it is also a component of the propositions of the unbalanced growth theory of economic growth.


251-273
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  • IMPACT OF AGE ON THE PERCEPTION OF RURAL PEOPLE FOR OVERALL RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNDER MNREGA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KHARGONE AND BARWANI DISTRICTS OF MADHYA PRADESH


Shradha Mishra, Dr. Suresh Patidar

Abstract:
This paper attempts to study the impact of age on the perception of rural people for overall rural development under MNREGA with special reference to Khargone and Barwani districts of Madhya Pradesh.


274-284
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  • PROBLEMS OF RYTHU BAZAAR - A CASE STUDY


R Lakshmi

Abstract:
Rythu bazaar is a farmers’ market. The first market was established in January, 1999. This market was established for the small scale farmers with small landholdings, who sell their small produce directly to the consumers.


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  • ROLE OF EDUCATION TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY IN BURDWAN DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Srikanta Nandi

Abstract:
The present paper attempts to analyze the impact assessment of education on awareness and environmental sustainability in Burdwan district of West Bengal. The study comprises of three hundred and sixty school students, seventy five guardians and seventy five teachers and members of school authorities in some selected higher secondary level schools both in urban and rural areas of Burdwan district in West Bengal.


292-306
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  • IMPACT OF CUSTOMER ORIENTATION OF SERVICE PROVIDERS ON SERVICE PERFORMANCE: EMPIRICAL STUDY OF J&K TOURISM SECTOR.


Peerzada Shams ul Irfan

Abstract:
The concept of customer orientation has been an extensively researched topic in the field of marketing for the past few decades. It has received significant amount of attention from researchers and business professionals alike in developed countries.


307-316
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  • ISSUES AND CHALLENGES BEFORE APPAREL INDUSTRY IN INDIA


Dr. K. S. Chandrasekar

Abstract:
The apparel industry is slowly but steadfastly growing over the years. What started as local strategies are now turned towards global level.


317-324
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  • IMPACT OF VISUAL MERCHANDISING DISPLAYS ON WOMEN IMPULSE BUYING BEHAVIOUR


Pushpa A, Dr. C. Samudhra Rajakumar, C. Nagadeepa

Abstract:
Research on impulse buying has gained abundant importance in the present business conditions due to the enormous business that it generates. Display as an element in brick and mortar stores play a crucial role in determining the impulse buying behavior.


325-336
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  • SKILL DEVELOPMENT AMONG WOMEN – AWARENESS AND NEED – STUDY ON NATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT MISSION


Dr. Ritu Bhattacharyya

Abstract:
Skill sets are defined as “a single unit or combination of units which link to a license or regulatory requirement or defined industry needs” as per the Nation Quality Council – 2006 Skill Development of the peoples is generally empowered by Governments of different country keeping in mind the present situation and the future needs and growth plans of the country.


337-352
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  • “THE SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE FACTORS IN AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF DRY CHILLYFARMERS”


Somashekhar I. C. and Dr. J. K. Raju

Abstract:
Emerging trends in agribusiness sector present new challenges and opportunities that require thorough deliberations by various stakeholders in food and agribusiness sector to identify these challenges and opportunities and also to suggest innovative and effective management solutions as well as appropriate policies and institutional arrangements.


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  • “INFLUENCE OF TEENAGERS ON FAMILY PURCHASE DECISION OF AUTOMOBILES”


Suchitra Srivastava, Silky Gaur

Abstract:
The automobile industry is one of the most lucrative industries in India. It constitutes 7.1% of the country’s GDP. Due to the increase in disposable income in both rural and urban sector and easy finance being provided by all the financial institutes, the passenger car sales have increased at the rate of 9.8% in 2015.


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