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  • THE APPLICABILITY OF THE CONVENTIONAL MANAGEMENT MODEL IN MOSQUE MANAGEMENT: AN EVALUATION


Fadzila Azni Ahmad

Abstract:
Lately, numerous parties have voiced out their concern about returning the function of the mosque as the main centre for developing the ummah. Numerous suggestions were adduced about expanding the functions of a mosque from solely being a house of worship.


1-16
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  • A STUDY ON JOB SECURITY WITH REFERENCE TO PRIVATE COMPANIES IN CHENNAI


Ms. M. Uma

Abstract:
This research article helps the reader to understand the nature of Job security and its impact on employees towards their performance and also the involvement of Individual and Industry. The research was conducted in Chennai city, so the nature of the employees will be more mature as he subjects to various development both Technical and Non – technical.


17-23
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  • ANALYSIS OF THE FACTORS DETERMINING RURAL WOMEN FARMERS INVOLVEMENT IN NON-FARM INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES IN IBADAN\IBARAPA AGRICULTURAL ZONE, OYO STATE


ALAKA, F.A. and Yekinni, O.T.

Abstract:
The study investigated the extent of involvement of rural women farmers in NFIGAs as additional and or alternative means of survival which was carried out in Ibadan/Ibarapa agricultural zone, Oyo-state. The population of the study were mainly rural women farmers (RWF).


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  • FROM BANGLADESH TO INDIA: A STUDY ON SYNCRETISM AND DISTINCTIVENESS THROUGH THE PRESENT MARRIAGE SYSTEM OF THERAVADI BUDDHISTS OF NORTH BENGAL


Ms. Aparna Chatterjee

Abstract:
Theravada Buddhism is practiced by many people particularly of South and South-East Asia. In Bangladesh Theravadi Bengali Buddhists are known as Baruas. After the partition of India in 1947 a good number of these Theravadi Bengali Buddhists started migrating from Chittagong (Bangladesh) to India and settled mostly in West Bengal, Tripura, Assam and the neighboring provinces.


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  • A STUDY ON THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ORGANISATIONAL CLIMATE IN PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANISATIONS IN KERALA


C Raghunadhan, K S Chandrasekar

Abstract:
Organisational climate is the summary perception which people have about an organization. It is thus, a global expression of what the organization is. There are many factors which influence the organizational climate and all the factors have been included for the study. The study covered the public sector companies and accordingly the variables were tested among executives.


62-70
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  • OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF RURAL MIGRANTS


Polam Saidulu,Dr. K. Ailaiah

Abstract:
This paper attempts to review some of the existing theoretical and empirical studies on occupational diversification and rural-urban migration. Inspite of launching of so many programmes for the upliftment of the rural areas, a big chunk of poor landless labourers, artisans, especially from depressed-classes, is still continuously migrating to urban areas in search of remunerative jobs viz., construction work, rickshaw pulling, hamalis, carpentry etc.


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  • CONSTRUCTION AND STANDARDIZATION OF WORKPLACE STRESS SCALE FOR TEACHERS


Dr. Manu Chadha, Dr. Ramandeep Kaur Sidhu

Abstract:
The paper reports details of the construction and standardization of scale on workplace stress. The scale initially consisted of 115 items. After review and evaluation of statements by the experts, items were 90 out of which 45 items were positive and 45 items were negative.


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  • THE URBAN LOCAL FINANCE IN INDIA: A CASE OF NEGLECT AND EXPERIMENTATION


Dr. Abhinav Sharma

Abstract:
The Indian cities are on the threshold of demographic change, where 31 per cent of population is residing. But, the amount of importance that was needed to be given has been missing for a long time. With the introduction of the 74th Constitution (Amendment) Act, 1992, things are changing. The phase of experimentation is going on and focus is on 3Fs-Functions, Funds, Functionaries. In this paper, the areas of neglect and experimentation have been highlighted to reveal true story.


90-104
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  • CAPITAL FLIGHT AND INVESTMENT IN NIGERIA


Ogunsakin Sanya, Ogunoye Aderounmu Adebayo

Abstract:
The study examines the nexus between capita flight and investment in Nigeria. The data series employed for the study were gathered from various sources such as the Central Bank of Nigeria statistical bulletin, Economic and financial Review, monthly and annual reports and statement of accounts of various years of CBN .


105-122
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  • ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND TEACHER EMPOWERMENT AMONG SCHOOL TEACHERS


Dr. Manu Chadha, Preety Goyal

Abstract:
The main objective of the present study was to find out the relationship between organizational citizenship behaviour and teacher empowerment of school teachers. To achieve this objective, organizational citizenship behaviour scale (OCB) and teacher empowerment scale (TE) developed by the investigator were used.


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  • Revisiting the concept of ethics for better business


Mr. Prince Kumar

Abstract:
This study is a conceptual discussion based the various secondary data. This study is the entry into the concept of ethical development through spirituality


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