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  • THE IMPACT OF PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS ON JOB SATISFACTION – WITH REFERENCE TO A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IN HYDERABAD


Dr. K. Vinithi

Abstract:
India is the second fastest developing nation in the world. The Indian construction industry is considered as a vital aspect of the economy.


1-10
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  • CONTEMPORARY PAPER ON THE MENTAL HEALTH AND INFLUENCE OF QUALITY OF LIFE OF ELDERELY PEOPLE


Dr.V.Subhathra, Shinoj Abraham

Abstract:
A report released by the United Nations Population Fund and HelpAge India suggests that India had 90 million elderly persons in 2011, with the number expected to grow to 173 million by 2026. Of the 90 million seniors, 30 million are living alone, and 90 per cent work for livelihood.


11-16
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  • IMPORTANCE OF PRE-DEPARTURE TRAINING ON EXPATRIATES AND EVALUATING DIFFERENT METHODS OF TRAINING


Digvijay Singh Kushwaha, Vitaash Reddy, Rishab Telukunta, Surya Pratap Singh Ratore

Abstract:
Given the criticality of global assignments for multinational companies, it is of primary importance to examine qualifications to expatriate adjustment. This study is to determine the various training procedures the expatriates go through before departing to the foreign country.


17-27
4
  • IN A DIFFICULT PLACE: CHANGE AND PERCEPTIONS OF WELLBEING AMONG THE LOWER MIDDLE CLASS IN WORLD-CLASS DELHI


Chris Mary Kurian

Abstract:
The discourse of the world-class city perpetuates the exclusion of those unable to meet the material and cultural standards of a modern lifestyle and consumption that it sets. Marginalised populations within the lower middle class experience a deepening sense of the inadequacy of their ‘embodied knowledges’ in meeting the impossible standards of this world-class imaginary which simultaneously fuels resentment against those who have gained visible social and economic mobility in the recent past.


28-42
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  • PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF THE RURAL WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA


P. Marish Kumar

Abstract:
The most important factor for the economic development of a country is its industrialization. In the process of industrialization, emphasis is given to large-scale industries, medium-sale industries, small-scale industries and micro enterprises.


43-52
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  • A STUDY THROUGH LITERATURE REVIEW ON SHIVAJI AS A TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADER THROUGH BASS MODEL OF FOUR I’S.


Dipaali Pulekar

Abstract:
The research paper puts across noteworthy lessons from which Corporate Leaders of today can learn and engineer world class institutions. The need of this study is to examine the interrelatedness of history to the concept of leadership in management.


53-72
7
  • PROBLEMS OF TRANSGENDER IN INDIA: A STUDY FROM SOCIAL EXCLUSION TO SOCIAL INCLUSION


Dr. Khushboo R. Hotchandani

Abstract:
Transgender community in India is an important part of society. Even, law can’t deny their existence. We live in 21st century where human rights are assured and preserved for human beings except the third gender i.e.., Transgender.


73-80
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  • A EMPIRICAL STUDY ON HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT WORKER PERCEPTIONS CONCERNING STRUCTURE JUSTICE


Dr.Surendra Kumar

Abstract:
The study is essentially emperical in nature. It aims at understanding the worker perceptions concerning structure justice and studies totally different sorts of social control challenges workers expertise relating to structure justice in tiny scale hospitals of Rajasthan.


81-97
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  • MUNICIPAL LAWS AND CHOICE OF LAW CLAUSE IN INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS


Dr. Vivek Kumar

Abstract:
International contracts refers to a legally binding agreement between parties ,based in different countries ,in which they are obliged to do or not do certain things. International contracts may be written in a formal way.


98-112
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  • COMPARATIVE HEALTH ANALYSIS IN YAMUNANAGAR CITY GOVERNMENT VS PRIVATE HOSPITALS


Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
In the recent decades the developing countries like India has started concentrating more on the health sector.Significant growth along with higher purchasing power of Indian has led to competition in Indian health care sector.


113-121
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  • CHANGING SCENARIO OF AGRICULTURE IN PANIPAT DISTRICT, HARYANA


Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
The main factor behind the development of agrarian economy of the Haryana is dominating rural landscape and the hard working nature of cultivators. Sustainability of agricultural production depends, besides irrigation, on several other factors such as climate, hydrology, soils and land use, demography, ecology, environment and other related aspects.


122-134
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  • SOCIAL SKILLS ACQUISITION AND PERFORMANCE


Hukam Chand

Abstract:
Social skills are the skills that are used by human beings to interact and communicate with others to assist status in the social structure and other motivations.


135-142
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  • CHANGING ATTITUDE TOWARDS SUICIDE IN NIGERIA USING APPROPRIATE COMMUNICATION METHODS


UGWUOKE, ANTHONY C. (Ph.D), ANI, NGOZI RITA (Ph.D)

Abstract:
Suicide has become a serious public health and social problem in Nigeria. The impact of suicide on Nigeria’s economy, health and social wellbeing is huge.


143-154
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  • FUNDS AND ASSET MANAGEMENT BY MSMEs IN GUJARAT: AN SURVEY ANALYSIS


Dr. Nilam Panchal

Abstract:
Fund and Asset Management in small enterprises is very important task for managers. Availability of loans occupies very important place for managing day to day capital.


155-164
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