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  • CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF MAIZE PRODUCTION AND MARKETING IN KARNATAKA


Dr. Channabasavanagouda P

Abstract:
The present study has been conducted to know the production and marketing problem of maize crop in Karnataka state.


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  • DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES – DO THEY HAVE AN IMPACT ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE


Dr. N Vishnu Priya

Abstract:
This research paper is aimed to understand whether the demographic variables (such as age, educational qualification, marital status, family size, and type of hospital) of the individuals have an impact on Emotional Intelligence (EI).


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  • AN EVALUATION OF BUS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM IN INDORE


Bhagwati Charan Shukla, Dr. Sanjay Shanker Mishra

Abstract:
In Madhya Pradesh, the only city that currently operates BRT is Indore and Bhopal. There are researches that focus on different BRT systems in the world, yet there has not been a comprehensive, systematic and comparative evaluation of the BRT experience in Madhya Pradesh.


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  • A STUDY ON THE INVESTORS PERCEPTION TOWARDS DIFFERENT INVESTMENT AVENUES


Ms. Neelakshi Saini

Abstract:
Money play a very important role in human life .As blood is important for our body ,in the same way money is also important for smooth running of life.


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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICES AND MANAGEMENT IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF ANDHRA PRADESH


Dr. U.V. S. Kumar, K. Sampath Kumar

Abstract:
Corporate Social Responsibility Practices and Management is generally understood as responsibility of any undertaking or business to work in an ethical and sustainable manner to ensure environmental protection and human well-being.


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  • FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA


Weli, Chisonma Ibelema, Emeka J. Okereke PhD And Ofierohor Earnest Ufuoma

Abstract:
The objective of this study is to examine the nature of relationship between measures adopted for financial inclusion as defined by National Financial Inclusion Strategy (NFIS) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (2012) and Nigerian economic growth, from first quarter of 2009 to fourth quarter of 2017


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