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  • DETERMINANTS OF RETENTION OF TALENTED PERSON IN COMMERCIAL BANKS: A CASE OF BINH DUONG PROVINCE, VIETNAM


NGUYEN NGOC MAI, DOAN THANH HA

Abstract:
This paper aims at identifying the determinants of retention of talented person in commercial banks in Binh Duong province of Vietnam to deal with the high turnover rate in the industry.


1-24
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  • ATTITUDE AND COMPETENCY IN ICT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS


Dr. K. Govindarajan

Abstract:
Growth of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) brought in rapid changes in various fields. It had also made entry into school education because of its appropriateness, applicability and versatility in use for classroom teaching. It is well recognized that ICT has great potential for improving the problem solving skills. Its interactive nature motivates students to learn.


25-34
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  • EVOLUTION AND EMERGING ISSUES OF CSR: A REVIEW


Garvit Dhingra

Abstract:
In recent years, CSR has become a fundamental business practice and has gained much attention from chief executives, chairpersons, boards of directors and executive management teams of larger International companies.


35-45
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  • WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE SECTOR: AN EXCLUSIVE AWARENESS ON MODERNISATION


Oraganti Yellaiah

Abstract:
Rural Indian women are extensively involved in agricultural activities. However the nature and extent of their involvement differs with the variations in agro production systems. The mode of female participation in agricultural production varies with the landowning status of farm households.


46-53
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  • INSURED PERSONS’ SATISFACTION ON ESI CORPORATION – A STUDY OF UNITED ANDHRA PRADESH


E. Thirupathi & Bochu Vinay

Abstract:
Social Security is mainly a 20th century concept. The State gives security to its citizens as a condition of human existence. Security to man against ravages of social conflicts and inadequacies is an important aspect of Social justice. Social Justice leads to social security. In a way both are the two sides of the same coin, because where there is Social Justice there is a Social Security.


54-69
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  • EXTENT OF EMPOWERMENT AMONG DISADVANTAGED SECTION OF WOMEN WORKERS IN ASSAM, INDIA


Dr. Chandana Goswami, Rumia Begum

Abstract:
The concept of empowerment is multi-dimensional and has been used by different scholars in different socio-cultural and political scenario in different countries. According to Oxford dictionary, empower is `to give somebody more control over their life own life or the situation they are in’ (Oxford Dictionary 2005:500). `Empowerment has psychological as well as instrumental value; it may be at individual or collective levels, within households or across the society (World Bank Institute 2007: 7-8.).


70-90
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  • HRM PRACTICES AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN SELECTED PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS IN INDIA


Dr. Challuri Praveen Kumar

Abstract:
This paper examined the relationship between HRM practices and organizational culture in private sector organizations operating in India. Organizational culture has developed in the Indian environment along with global work values. This study is based on a survey of 95 respondents working in two private sector organizations. Although the HRM practices in these organizations differ a lot, there is a significant relationship between HRM practices and organizational culture.


91-102
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  • ROLE OF VILLAGE PANCHAYAT IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF PATHIAPAKA VILLAGE WARANGAL DISTRICT


L. Ravinder

Abstract:
Village Administration is a vital for all the administrative system. In administration there are the three types, Central, State and Local Administrations. Local Administration is the basic and decreases the burden of the Central and State Administration works. Decentralization is the vital mechanism through which democracy becomes truly representative and responsive.


103-112
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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO ASSISTED TEACHING ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES REGARDING PERSONAL HYGIENE AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN OF URBAN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS, MEERUT, UP.


Ex. Capt. Geeta Parwand, Naveena J.H, Abha Verma, Anukriti Sharma

Abstract:
Healthy child makes healthy generation. There is a close relationship between unhealthy children to a worsened future of the world. The children are one third of our population and all of our future. Personal hygiene is a vital component for the proper growth and development of human beings.


113-119
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  • A STUDY ON THE COVERAGE OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005 (RTI) IN NEWSPAPERS


Dr. P. Chitra

Abstract:
Right to information Act (RTI) 2005 is considered as the second freedom that India has got. It is one of the important tools available for the citizens to make the government accountable. As media is considered as the fourth pillar of the nation, this study aims to analyse the coverage of RTI related news in newspapers.


120-135
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  • A CULTURE ANALYSIS OF BANGLADESH IMPACT ON NATIVE PEOPLE AND FOREIGNERS


Dr Mir Mohammad Azad, Md. Mehedi Hassan & Mohammad Kamaluddin

Abstract:
Culture refers to the cumulative deposit of knowledge, experience, beliefs, values, attitudes, meanings, hierarchies, religion, notions of time, roles, spatial relations, concepts of the universe and material objects and possessions acquired by a group of people in the course of generations through individual and group striving.


136-149
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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY AS A MOTIVATION IN MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN ENUGU STATE


EZEH, SYLVESTER I. M., MBAH PAULINUS CHIGOZIE

Abstract:
The study was to evaluate the effectiveness of human resources training and development as motivation in manufacturing firms in Enugu State.


150-168
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  • APPRAISING THE POSITION OF INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM AND TERRORISTS’ ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA


DIDIUGWU, IFEANYI F., Ph.D., APEH, ANDREW C., Ph.D.

Abstract:
Investigative journalism is needed to uncover important stories which people want to hide, this is not far from what we see today in Nigeria whereby, investigative reporters, go extra mile to uncover the deadly Boko Haram hideout, depict the dangers they encounter in the course of these discovery mission.


169-184
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  • RECOGNITION OF TRADE UNION IN INDIA- MYTH AND REALITY


Dr.V. Sivaramasethu

Abstract:
In the early 19th century, unions were formed amongst workers in India so as to improve their bargaining power with respect to their service conditions and wages, Printers’ Union formed in Calcutta in 1905 and the Bombay Postal Union formed in 1907 are the important development at that time. In history, the formation Madras Labour union in 1918 at Madras as the first step.


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