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  • INFLUENCING ASPECTS OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LIBRARIES


A.Senthamilselvi, Janakiraman Amirthalingam

Abstract:
Information and communication technology (ICT) is one of the influencing factor in building new global economy and construct swift changes in society. The effective application of ICT in research development libraries and information centres has improved the ways and techniques of research information controlling.


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  • IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT ON EMPLOYEE RETENTION: A CASE OF APPAREL SECTOR IN SRI LANKA


Weralupitiya, A., Yasodara Jayarathna, S. M. D.

Abstract:
Employee retention is a concern for organizations in this competitive job market as there are great number of employment opportunities for talented professionals. To retain the best talents, strategiesare implemented aimed at satisfying employee’s needs.


15-27
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  • IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION ON FACEBOOK- A STUDY ON YOUNG CHENNAI WOMEN


B. Bharathi

Abstract:
For the youth of today, who are in their teens, 20s and 30s, virtual presence and image is as essential as physical existence for being connected and related. It is as necessary as making or breaking their day.


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  • ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


BHARTI VIJ, Dr. Virender Kumar Jain

Abstract:
Human resource is the only resource among various resources that can be developed with some systematic efforts and with some system. Globalization of higher education involves either world of the axis.


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  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF FINANCE: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS


Gurpreet Kaur

Abstract:
This paper presents a bibliometric analysis of the journal “Indian Journal of Finance” for the period between 2012 to 2015. The analysis covers the various aspects such as year wise distribution of article, authorship patterns, Distribution of articles (issue wise), year wise authorship patterns , geographical distribution, length of article, citation patterns etc .


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  • GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON RURAL WOMEN - A STUDY OF KARIMNAGAR DISTRICT


Dr. T. V. Sujatha Kumari, Oraganti Yellaiah

Abstract:
Globalization has had negative implication for Indian women’s the traditional role of women in agriculture, live stock and animal husbandry is being undermined because mechanization and automation is becoming prevalent in the market based economy which will adversely affect the village based traditional economy.


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  • COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS FOR EMPOLYEES IN BANKING SECTOR (With Reference To SBI & Axis Banks at Guntur, A.P.)


Dr. Vijaya Lakshmi Pothuraju

Abstract:
Indian Banking industry had experienced tremendous growth, technological improvement and stiff competition among the banks. Banks used telecommunication and information technology to improve their services with automated teller machine, internet banking, mobile banking, debit and credit cards and other form of services.


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  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPOWERMENT OF TEACHERS AND THEIR WORK MOTIVATION


Dr. Sandeep Kataria

Abstract:
The main objective of present study was to find out the relationship between Empowerment and Work Motivation of School and College Teachers. To achieve this objective, Work Motivation Questionnaire and Teacher Empowerment Questionnaire developed by the investigator were used.


96-101
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  • WHITEHEAD’S POSTMODERNIST VIEW: AN ALTERNATIVE CONTEXT FOR EDUCATION


Dr. Beena Indrani

Abstract:
Modern world is dominated by science, scientific method and technology. That world defines the context in which education occurs and that view of modern worldview impacts on the theory and practice of education.


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  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND ITS IMPACT ON HUMAN RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE: A STUDY


Dolly Singh

Abstract:
Climate Change today has been the burning issue as the planet on which the life survives is degrading and becoming unworthy of sustaining life. Entire world is worried about the climate changes taking place, adversely affecting human rights of billions living on the planet.


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  • MODI’S VISIT TO SAARC COUNTRIES AND NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY


Dr. Venkategowda, Sri. Doddaboraiah

Abstract:
This paper focuses on significant developments as new dimensions in the member countries of South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) due to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visits to Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.


126-131
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  • MODI’S VISIT TO SAARC COUNTRIES AND NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY


Dr. Venkategowda, Sri. Doddaboraiah

Abstract:
This paper focuses on significant developments as new dimensions in the member countries of South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) due to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visits to Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.


126-131
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  • AN INNOVATIVE PERSPECTIVE OF CONTEMPORARY TIMES IN THE NOVELS OF JANE AUSTEN


Jijina Mahajan

Abstract:
Jane Austen has put a new life into decaying genre that is modern English novel, which has become the most popular and vastly read literary genre, which appeared first in its characteristics form in the eighteenth century.


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  • BLENDING OF THE TRADITIONAL AND MODERN ELEMENTS IN T S ELIOT’S POETRY


Jijina Mahajan

Abstract:
TS Eliot talks about historical consciousness in his essay “Tradition and Individual Talent” in which he writes that even the most original artist of the modern age, is,infact, under the greatest obligation to the old masters of art and poetry.


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  • ROUTING SCHEME ANALYSIS OF NIASN


Amardeep Gupta

Abstract:
The network with degraded efficiency even in the presence of faults in critical components , if can work , is called as Fault-Tolerant. Routing method and algorithm plays an important role to transfer the data from source to destination in the network.


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