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  • ROLE OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM IN ENHANCING COMPETENCE AND IDENTIFYING STRENGTHS OF EMPLOYEES AT VISAKHAPATNAM STEEL PLANT, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA


G. V. S. R. N. S. A. Sastry, D. M. Mohture

Abstract:
Employee satisfaction is one of the key indices wherein the manager as well as the employee are evaluated while achieving the goals and success of an organization. Knowledge regarding HRM challenges, practices and strategies adopted sometimes become limited as observed in most of the organizations while in some cases performance appraisal systems are congruent with the original intent of the establishments.


1-18
2
  • ROLE OF INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC) FOR QUALITY ENHANCEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION


Rudroju. Shyamsundarachary, Ankam Sreenivas

Abstract:
The University Grant Commission (UGC) established the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 1994 at Bangalore. The prime agenda of NAAC is to Assess and Accredit institutions of higher learning with an objective of helping them to work continuously to improve the quality of education.


19-25
3
  • QUALITY ENHANCEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH ICT


Rudroju. Shyamsundarachary, Ankam Sreenivas

Abstract:
In this era of globalization and hyper-competition, the concept of teaching has undergone sea change, learning and dissemination of information are becoming more important.


26-35
4
  • “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES IN INDIA – A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO SELECT CORPORATE SECTORS”


Dr. M. Sakthivel Murugan

Abstract:
Good corporate governance means governing the corporation in such a way that the interests of the shareholders are protected whist ensuring that the other stakeholders’ requirements are fulfilled as far as possible. It means that the directors will ensure that the company obeys the law of the land while carrying out its business.


36-45
5
  • A STUDY OF TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS AMONG THE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS


Dr. R. Yasoda, D.P. Narasimhulu

Abstract:
Teaching is a composite activity, involving teachers, pupils and subject matter in dynamic interaction that is obviously too complex to be defined in terms of a simple set of teachers traits or procedures. Resent research reveals that most variation in overall school effectiveness is due to classroom level factors rather than school level factors.


46-54
6
  • CASHLESS ECONOMY : PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES


Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh

Abstract:
In many developing countries like India, cash is the main mode of payment. This makes the country to be heavily cash based economy . However, the cost of cash to the indian financial system is high and increases the corruption and black money.


55-61
7
  • E-HEALTHCARE IN INDIA: ADVANTAGES AND SCOPE


Mohd Khalid

Abstract:
As healthcare enterprises seek to move towards an integrated, sustainable healthcare delivery model an IT-enabled or e-Healthcare strategy is being increasingly adopted. In this study we identified the critical success factors influencing the effectiveness of an e-Healthcare strategy in India.


62-72
8
  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE SELECTION OF DEPRECIATION METHOD(S): A STUDY O F INDIAN CORPORATE SECTOR


Dr. Rupinder Singh

Abstract:
Depreciation is an important aspect in financial accounting. The problem arises when there is choice of method.


73-82
9
  • FOOD SECURITY IN INDIA- THE REALITY CHECK


Alok Srivastava

Abstract:
Food security has always been a concern for India. With ever growing population, in spite of some positive slowdown in population growth rate as emerge from the Census 2011, the ongoing efforts to make food production at farm level and food security at household level seems not sufficient.


83-93
10
  • A STUDY ON THE HAPPINESS QUOTIENT AT WORKPLACE (VINCULUM SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.)


Pawan Alamchandani

Abstract:
Organizations are moving beyond the concept of traditional workplace and are focusing on making the workplaces more fun. It has also become inevitable for organizations to ensure that their employees are happy which translates into enhanced motivation and hence better productivity.


94-111
11
  • MANAGING INNER REVOLUTION THROUGH GORAKH SUTRAS


Anju Ahuja, Markanday Ahuja, Aman Vashisth, Jaspreet Bajaj

Abstract:
“There is not a single drop in existence that will not become the ocean one day or another. The part becomes the whole, the fragment becomes the unfragmented, the finite becomes the infinite.


112-119
12
  • INTER-LINKAGES BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA A REMITTANCE CENTRIC ANALYSIS


Rakesh Ranjan

Abstract:
The role of the migrant has become contentious over the time. Different schools of thought have analyzed this process differently.


120-136
13
  • HANDICRAFT CLASSICSJEWELRY- A START-UP PROJECT


Dr. V. Kannan, S. A .Rasheeda Banu

Abstract:
This research is about handicraft classic jewelry. Now a day women are interested in wearing and making handicraft jewelry.


137-145
14
  • SCOPE AND FUTURE OF DIGITATIONS OF LIBRARY SYSTEM


Sarita Shahi

Abstract:
Automated systems in the academic library are continually evolving. An overview of the history of the automated system is presented with emphasis on client/server models.


146-159
15
  • GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT; OPPORTUNITIES AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF PROTECTION OF FRUIT CROPS IN INDIA


Ms. Megha Ojha

Abstract:
Geographical Indications are considered to be able to contribute to rural development. In India 68.84 per cent population living in villages and around 70 per cent of rural household depending on agriculture for livelihood.


160-166
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  • HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF RELIGIOUS TOURISM ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA


Sanjeeva Bollaram

Abstract:
Businesses and public organizations are increasingly interested in the economic impacts of tourism at national, state, and local levels. One regularly hears claims that tourism supports X jobs in an area or that a festival or special event generated Y million dollars in sales or income in a community.


167-177
17
  • IMPACT OF STRESS IN WORK LIFE AND WORK PERFORMANCE OF WOMEN EXECUTIVES IN BANKING SECTOR


Usha Tamilselvi, Dr. K.TamizhJyothi

Abstract:
Work related stress in the life of controlled workers consequently affects the health of the organisation. Stress is an unavoidable consequence of life.


178-184
18
  • TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE :: PATH TO IT’S DEVELOPMENT & PROTECTION


Dr. Puneet Bafna

Abstract:
Traditional knowledge is a collective on property and is an integral to the cultural or spiritual identity of the social group in which it operates and is reserved. Traditional knowledge is lamb at the centre of the discussions on intellectual property rights and has resumed immense significance.


185-191
19
  • CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON VALUATION OF HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING


Dr. R. Shenbagavalli,Mr. Anand Soni

Abstract:
The 21st century has been referred as the century of the service sector. All major expansion scope is occurring in the service sector and expansion of manufacturing sector has become minimal.


192-203
20
  • EXPLORING THE NATURE OF COLLECTIVE ACTION IN THE NEOLIBERAL CONTEXT IN INDIA


Aheli Chowdhury

Abstract:
Neo liberalization of the state has led to pluralization with stretching horizontally to include the civil society organizations and market on the one hand and scaling vertically to cover transnational bodies and local self- governance institutions on the other. The civil society organization have assumed a new role where they are ‘strategic partners’ of the state helping to establish the hegemony of the new world order and contribute in practices of ‘good governance’.


204-216
21
  • ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF DEFORESTATION: A STUDY OF RAILWAYS IN SOUTH INDIA (ANDHRA), 1850-1900


V. M. Ravi Kumar

Abstract:
History of railways has been one of the important aspects of modern Indian history. Undoubtedly railways in India generated far reaching impact on various domains of India.


217-236
22
  • INTERACTION OF PROVISIONS OF HINDU LAW IN LIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY ISSUES


Sushil Goswami

Abstract:
India is a multi-cultural and multi-religious Country representing a mark of unity in diversity for world. Personal law in India is not of general application and based on religion of individuals.


237-251
23
  • “A STUDY OF CO-RELATION OF THE HRD CLIMATE IN SSI MANUFACTURING UNITS IN AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA


Prof.Dr.Subhash M. Vadgule

Abstract:
Leading people build leading organizations and effective employees contribute to effectiveness of the organization, HRD aims at constantly assessing competency requirements of different individuals to perform the jobs assigning to them effectively and provide opportunities for developing these competencies to prepare them for future roles in the organization.


252-260
24
  • EFFECT OF ACADEMIC STRESS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS


Dr. Manju Mishra

Abstract:
This study aims to investigate the effect of academic stress on college students’ achievement and the difference in stress level of male and female students. One hundred and fifty undergraduate students, between the age ranges 18-22 years, participated in the study.


261-274
25
  • RESPONSIVE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION IN INDIA - AN ANALYSIS


Nakka Suman

Abstract:
Consumer protection is specified in The Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Under this law, Separate Consumer Dispute Redress Forums have been set up throughout India in each and every district in which a consumer can file his complaint on a simple paper with nominal court fees and his complaint will be decided by the Presiding Officer of the District Level.


275-281
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  • पाकिस्तान की घरेलू राजनीतिक संरचना का सूक्ष्म अवलोकन


अमित कुमार सिंह

Abstract:
पाकिस्तान की घरेलू राजनीतिक संरचना का सूक्ष्म अवलोकन


282-289
27
  • बालिका बालश्रमिकों की समस्याओं का विश्लेषणात्म अध्ययन


दिगंबर प्रसाद सिंह

Abstract:
बालिका बालश्रमिकों की समस्याओं का विश्लेषणात्म अध्ययन


290-294
28
  • वर्तमान में सेवाकालिक भाषा ध्यापको हेतु भाषा शिक्षण संबंधी प्रशिक्षण की उपादेयता


शुभराम

Abstract:
वर्तमान में सेवाकालिक भाषा ध्यापको हेतु भाषा शिक्षण संबंधी प्रशिक्षण की उपादेयता


295-300
29
  • WOMEN IN TV SERIALS- A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF POPULAR TAMIL TV SERIALS


A. Arokiaraj

Abstract:
Television has been considered by many scholars as powerful medium in India today. In spite of the emergence of new media, Television makes impact on the viewers due to the visual nature of it.


301-312
30
  • Impact of Indian Judicial Activism:- Protection & Enlargement of Article 21


MANISH KUMAR CHAUDHARY

Abstract:
The fundamental rights are not gift from the State to citizens. Part III doesn’t confer fundamental rights but confirm their existence and give them protection


313-318
31
  • Employment Generation Programmes in India: An Overview


Dr. Vukkala Srinivasulu

Abstract:
‘Eradicating rural poverty’ as an improvement process, rural society is aspiring to move from lower economic and lower social standard to higher standard in the lives of the rural people.


319-341
32
  • THE NEW WORLD ORDER


Dr. Gurdev Singh

Abstract:
Aurobindo though a great champion of the doctrine of nationalism, is an ardent supporter of the whole world as one family. According to him the evolution of nations and the growth of human unity are based on identical principles.


342-354
33
  • Aurat, Parwas ate Parivaar (Santokh Dhaliwal De Novels de Parsang Vich)


Jaspreet Kaur

Abstract:
Aurat, Parwas ate Parivaar (Santokh Dhaliwal De Novels de Parsang Vich)


355-367
34
  • STUDY OF TEACHER EDUCATION, WASTAGE & ITS DEVELOPMENT AFTER INDEPENDENCE: SPCEIAL REFERENCE TO TRIPURA


Ratan Kumar Das1, Dr.Gurmeet Singh Kachoora2

Abstract:
Tripura, with an aggregate land region of 10,492 sqKms and a population of 36.74 lakhs (according to the census of India, 2011), is the third littlest state in India regarding size. It lost an extensive piece of its ripe agricultural land during allotment


368-375
35
  • आधुनिक युवा पीढ़ी का वृद्धजनों के प्रति मनोवृति एवं व्यवहार का अध्ययन


संजय मेहरा

Abstract:
आधुनिक युवा पीढ़ी का वृद्धजनों के प्रति मनोवृति एवं व्यवहार का अध्ययन


376-382
36
  • आधुनिक युवा पीढ़ी का वृद्धजनों के प्रति मनोवृति एवं व्यवहार का अध्ययन


अशोक कुमार

Abstract:
आधुनिक युवा पीढ़ी का वृद्धजनों के प्रति मनोवृति एवं व्यवहार का अध्ययन


383-389
37
  • दृष्टीबाधित और दृष्टिवान विद्यार्थियों के सामाजिक कौशलों का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


गीता शर्मा, डॉ उपकार सिंह

Abstract:
दृष्टीबाधित और दृष्टिवान विद्यार्थियों के सामाजिक कौशलों का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


390-400
38
  • राजस्थानी लोकनाट्यों के प्रकार


डॉक्टर सरस्वती चतुर्वेदी

Abstract:
राजस्थानी लोकनाट्यों के प्रकार


401-407
39
  • IMPACT OF WATER POLLUTION ON THE HEALTH OF DALIT HOUSEHOLDS IN VELLORE DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU


Dr.T.SARAVANAKUMAR

Abstract:
Ground water is such an important Source of drinking water. Its contamination causes a serious threat to human health. It is linked to illnesses ranging from bacterial infection to cancer. Ground Water is becoming one of the most potentially dangerous contaminating sources; Entry of water pollutants with various substances into a hydro-geological system is through anthromorphic activities


408-422
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