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  • MANAGEMENT OF HR IN THE CHANGED INDIAN SCENARIO WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BEST HR PRACTICES IN IT INDUSTRY – A CASE STUDY OF TECH MAHINDRA LTD.


Amirreza Sadeghi Kiadehi

Abstract:
In India particularly after adoption the economic and banking reforms since 1991 number of multinational companies have come to India and they have along with them brought not only the new technologies but also the management practices.


1-8
2
  • CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT IN INDIA: EXPLORING THE TRENDS AND CAUSES


Ms. Saina Baby

Abstract:
Current Account Deficit(CAD) has become a major threat to India’s external economic stability. One of the major causes of 1991 economic crisis was the huge CAD and the inability of the country to finance that deficit.


9-24
3
  • THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CHALLENGES OF ASSESSING DISABILITIES IN ETHIOPIA


Dr. Beide Melaku Bezabih

Abstract:
This paper deals with three issues in relation to disability. First, western approaches to disability particularly the medical and social models are briefly introduced.


25-35
4
  • STUDY OF ATTITUDES OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF JHARKHAND AND MAHARASHTRA TOWARDS PHYSICAL EDUCATION


Dr. Ravi Bhushan, Dr. Prasad Ramakant Kulkarni

Abstract:
In this paper, the effort is made to make a comparison of attitude of senior secondary school students of Jharkhand and Maharashtra towards physical education.


36-41
5
  • CONSTRUCTION OF TYPE C BEHAVIOR PATTERN SCALE


Mili. M, Dr. Rakhee. A. S

Abstract:
This paper explains the construction of a scale for research purposes to assess Type C behaviour pattern.


42-53
6
  • EDUCATION AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS IN INDIAN STATES


Shiddalingaswami V. Hanagodimath

Abstract:
Education plays an important role in the overall development of a nation. Healthy and educated people are the real wealth of the nation.


54-60
7
  • NEW TECHNOLOGY AND OLD BEHAVIOR: ASTUDY AMONG MANUAL SCAVENGER IN CURAJ


GeetaShahu

Abstract:
This study will give an insight of manual scavenger life in CURaj and the role of technology. In the modern era people are using different technological tools on their working place.


61-69
8
  • A STUDY ON HRD MECHANISMS IN FORTIS HOSPITAL OF INDIA


Dr. Qurrat A Hamdani

Abstract:
Hospitals are hope for people .What makes the hospital good or bad is not only the workforce but the management and development.


70-82
9
  • CLASS OBSERVATION OF SECONDARY TEACHER TRAINEES IN TEACHING IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS TO ASSESS THE COMPETENCY OF TEACHER EDUCATORS OF WEST BENGAL


Dr. Piku Chowdhury

Abstract:
Celik, S. (2011) in the article titled ―Characteristics and Competencies for Teacher Educators: Addressing the Need for Improved Professional Standards in Turkey‖ aptly points out- ―Significant research efforts in past decades have added a great deal to the body of knowledge about teaching and teachers.


83-98
10
  • “GENDER INEQUALITIES AND HEALTH OF INDIAN WOMEN”


Dr. Mujahid Ali

Abstract:
Gender inequality exists in every aspect of health in Indian society. Growing morbidity among women is a reverberating issue in the country. Morbidity may be defined as frequency of disease or illness.


99-118
11
  • ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT


Meenu Malik, Nikhat Yasmin Shafeeq

Abstract:
The concept of sustainable development has become one of the most concerning issues of the 21st century as the world is facing various environmental problems because of the lack of awareness of the concept among the masses.


119-132
12
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM IS IMPORTANT TOOL TO CREATE ‘TALENT WAR’ AMONG EMPLOYEES


Palak Vashistha, Dr. Manish Shrimali

Abstract:
In present scenario employees are being treated as human capital, now as time has reached business institute as to maintain the human capital, in other words classical theory of labour which is based on "hire and fire" is completely converted into the theory of Human capital.


133-145
13
  • PROJECTED & PROPAGATED MAN-MADE NATURE VS. CREATED & MANIFESTED NATURE [SCIENTIFIC PURSUITS]


Jamir Ahmed Choudhury

Abstract:
There is no doubt that we (mankind in general) were deprived of receiving quality education due to historically prevailing learning gaps objectively within the global sphere of epistemology.


146-168
14
  • TRENDS AND DETERMINANTS IN THE USE OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES IN INDIA


Sarajit Ankura

Abstract:
The Sample Registration System(SRS) data showed India’s MMR was 167 in 2011-13 and the estimation by WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, World Bank Group and the United Nations Population shown that India’s MMR would be174 in 2015 which is far below than MDGs target.


169-180
15
  • REDEFINING MILLENNIALS: UNDERSTANDING CHARACTERISTICS AND PERCEPTIONS OF GENERATION Y


C-RIM Poonam Arora, Dr. Kavita P. Kshatriya

Abstract:
Millennials, the largest population after Baby Boomers and Generation X, is the most talked generation relating to their behaviors and attitude.


181-199
16
  • GUJJARS OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR


Agamani Saha

Abstract:
Gujar or Gujjar are a pastoral agricultural ethnic group in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. They have their own language –„ Gujari „. They variously follow Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism.


200-206
17
  • SUCCESSION CRISIS AT INFOSYS-THE BATTLE BETWEEN FOUNDERS AND BOARD MEMBERS


Parikshit A. Mahanka, Dr. Devidas Golhar

Abstract:
I am a Kshatriya warrior, I am here to fight.” said a beleaguered Sikka who was facing a barrage of criticism from boardmember and co-founder of Infosys, N.R.Narayan Murthy.


207-214
18
  • DEMOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES IN THE ATTITUDES OF HIGHER/SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION


Rajni nagpal, Sangeeta

Abstract:
Inclusive education is an approach and philosophy that provides all students greater opportunities for academic and social achievement.


215-228
19
  • STRESS MAINTANANCE – APPROACH OF STUDENTS


Dr. C. S.Vijaya,

Abstract:
Today’s younger generations are the pillars of our future world, they have to be very strong physically, mentally to face the world with full of confidence.


229-236
20
  • WORK PLACE STRESS AMONG WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS


Swagatika Nanda

Abstract:
In today’s competitive environment, a stress occurrence in workplace is a common phenomenon. In bankingsector there is a top responsibility among employees.


237-245
21
  • ELEMENTS OF BHARATAMUNI’S NATYASHASTRA IN KALIDASA’S ABHIJNASAKUNTALAM


Dr. Manjari Johri & Puneet Pathak

Abstract:
Abhijnasakuntalam (Recognition of Sakuntala) written by Kalidasa has been adapted from the original epic(itihasa) which appears in the Adiparva section of Mahabharata.


246-259
22
  • A STUDY ON THE EVOLUTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT APPROACHES AND ITS INSIGHTS


Dr. Tantawy aly

Abstract:
Human resource development has become an essential component of the development process for the success of any organization as it plays a crucial role in the implementation of strategic management in cooperatives.


260-275
23
  • TALENT MANAGEMENT AND IT’S IMPORTANCE IN THE LITERATURE


Sreeja K

Abstract:
Talent management is about attracting, developing and maintaining right talent in an organization.


276-281
24
  • DIGITALIZATION AND TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: AN OVERVIEW


Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Human capital is a precious and scarce resource and management of it is a crucial job for Human Resource Personnel and the technological innovations toughened it even more.


282-293
25
  • PERCEPTIONS OF EMPLOYEES TOWARDS TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY


Khawaja Mubeenur Rahman and Prashant B. Kalaskar

Abstract:
Employees training help companies as well as employees to improve their performance. Hence, keeping this in mind, the companies are eager to go for the training programs for their employees with regular intervals and the management wants to know the perception of employees towards the provided training and development program.


294-301
26
  • EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSE OF WORLD PEACE AMONG STUDENTS AT PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LEVEL IN INDIA


Dr. Pratibha Kumari

Abstract:
In an age of swift transformations, education is experiencing a paradigm shift with focus changing from cognitive learning to value education.


302-312
27
  • ROLE OF TEACHERS IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM


Poonam Sharma

Abstract:
Inclusive education lays the foundation to an inclusive society accepting, respecting and celebrating diversity.


313-321
28
  • THE GLORIOUS DAYS OF SILK TRADE IN MALDA DISTRICT AND ITS LEGACY


Sagar Simlandy

Abstract:
With its glorious traditional identity of Malda as a district is associated with the history of India for ages past.


322-329
29
  • GENEALOGICAL ANALYSIS OF CHAUHAN RULERS OF PATNAGARH IN WESTERN ORISSA: A STUDY


Dr Raghumani Naik

Abstract:
Patnagarh, the princely/ feudatory state of western Orissa, was a hub of Chauhans. Its history was full of events and legends.


330-344
30
  • Organisational Effectiveness Through Human Resource Practices in Information Technology-Based Companies


N.V.RAMAKRISHNA MURALI DR. PURUSHOTHAMA M. K.

Abstract:
There is a growing body of work on HR practices and organizational performance (e.g., Li, Zhao, & Liu, 2006; Sanchez, Jimenez, Carnicer, & Perez, 2007; Lin & Chen, 2007) which showed an important linkage between HR practices and organizational performance


345-353
31
  • “Environmental Degradation Increases Poverty: Socio-Environmental Analysis.”


Dr.Macchindra Sakate. Mr.Sandip Patil.

Abstract:
Environmental degradation is the result of the interplay of a number of socio-environmental factors and activities. Environmental changes can be driven by many factors including economic and population growth, urbanization, intensification of agriculture and the usage of natural resources


354-359
32
  • REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES MAINTAINED THE HORMONAL IMBALANCE AMONG THE FEMALE SPORTS PERSONS (SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO HORMONES - INSULIN & CORTISOL)


Kavitha Sanganagouda M. Dr. M.S. Pasodi

Abstract:
Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness.


360-367
33
  • THE TRIAL(S) OF JESUS CHRIST-THE SON OF MAN


Mr. Aniruddha Vithal Babar

Abstract:
Conducting research on the historical event like trial of Jesus Christ that changed the course of history presents unparalleled challenges unlike that for any of the other famous trials that humanity witnessed.


368-378
34
  • IDENTIFYING THE NEEDS AND PROBLEMS OF STUDENTS PURSUING EDUCATION THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING MODE AND SUGGESTING SUITABLE MEASURES


DR. KANCHAN CHAUDHARY

Abstract:
The purpose of teaching the future is to diagnose where students are, where they want to be and then provide them with the tools to get there


379-385
35
  • A study of relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment of school going children


Kiran Narwal

Abstract:
Emotional intelligence of an individual plays an important role in one’s well being and so does adjustment.


386-392
36
  • EDUCATION: PATHWAY TO OVERCOME GENDER INEQUALITIES &ECONOMIC BACKWARDNESS


Pratibha Kumari

Abstract:
This paper considers how education can prove to be an instrument in overcoming the problem of gender inequality and how policy makers can make policies that may result in reducing gender inequalities. This paper also emphasize on how gender issues can be prioritized in strategies for reducing inequality and poverty.


393-402
37
  • हिमाचल प्रदेश की कृषि


रामचंद्र शर्मा , डॉ आर. बी. गोदियाल

Abstract:
Hindi Article


403-419
38
  • GENDER DYNAMICS IN THE CLASSROOM: TEACHING TO PROMOTE GENDER EQUITY


Pratibha Kumari

Abstract:
In our school system inequities in teacher attention and class participation begin long before a particular student walks into the classroom; however, these patterns can be changed. Classroom dynamics is an area which needs to be researched and worked upon to develop positive and equity based classroom environment which can profit all the students in the course and result in a higher level of intellectual performance.


420-427
39
  • GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MICRO-LEVEL STUDY OF PHAPHAMAU ENVIRONS


Bechan Yadav

Abstract:
The study area Phaphamau environs is the part of north Allahabad district. The study about Phaphamau environs is a micro-level study


428-443
40
  • THE STUDY OF GENERAL AWARENESS AND PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES TOWARDS GENERIC DRUGS IN JALGAON DISTRICT


Pushpalata S.Patil, Dr. Prashant Sudhakar Warke

Abstract:
Production and productivity runs simultaneously. Accordingly performance is equal to knowledge plus attitude plus actual output


444-459
41
  • FAMILY AS THE FIRST AND BEST SOURCE OF CHILD’S EDUCATION IMPLICATION TO EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT


OTEGBULU, MARYROSE IFUNANYA. Ph.D.

Abstract:
In this paper the research discussed, what is family, family education, types of education and family as the first and best source of child’s education.


460-465
42
  • “STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES OF FOOTBALL PLAYERS AT DIFFERENT LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION”.


Dr. Virendra Singh

Abstract:
The records in each event are jointing to top each and every year and the performances of sports persons are becoming very acute. Competitors are in a neck-to-neck race with the help of highly scientific approaches


466-475
43
  • GENDER DIFFERENCES AMONG ATTENSION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) CHILDREN IN RELATION TO THEIR RESILIENCE BEHAVIOR


MRS. NEERAJ DUGGAL DR. JYOTI KHAJURIA

Abstract:
Researches reveals that the most aversive problem among the school going population are inattention and distractibility, difficulties in concentration, restlessness, inability to sit still etc


476-483
44
  • AGRICULTURAL SECTOR IN INDIA : A CASE STUDY OF GAIC


Nilam Panchal

Abstract:
Over 58% of rural household depends on Agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. As per the 2nd advised estimates by Central Statistics Office, the share of agriculture and allied sectors is estimated to be 17.3% of Gross Value Added.


484-493
45
  • थिरुमल आचार्य की पाश्चात्य जगत में गतिविधिया


डॉ विक्रम सिंह

Abstract:
थिरुमल आचार्य की पाश्चात्य जगत में गतिविधिया


494-519
46
  • FEMALE CONSUMERS OF PACKAGED PROCESSED FOOD AND FACTORS MOTIVATING THEM: A CLUSTER ANALYSIS


Mohammad Shamsuzzama, Mohammad Zia

Abstract:
The aim of the present piece of research is to carryout cluster analysis on women consumers of packaged processed food on the basis of factors motivating them towards the purchase of packaged processed food.


520-535
47
  • STRESS MANAGEMENT AMONG LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT


Renu Bala And Anju Nagpal

Abstract:
Stress is a fact of everyday life. It is an integral part of our life. It is difficult to exclude stress from our life. So it is better to manage it properly to live happily our lives. Library and Information Science professionals also face stress in their professional life


536-542
48
  • The Expediency of Eye-Tracking Technology in Assessment of Tourism Online Advertisement Effectiveness


Indu and Bindu

Abstract:
In the era of e-Tourism and marketing, the tourism marketers use digital marketing systems on manifold web locations such as logos, pop-up ads, banners on multiple websites to motivate the users to click on the banner and provide them direct access to the advertisement company.


543-551
49
  • VIRTUAL REALITY: A MARKETING APPROACH FOR TOURISM DESTINATIONS


Indu and Bindu

Abstract:
Innovation in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) not only provide tourists a platform for interactions but offer the abundant potential for Destination Marketing Companies (DMCs).


552-559
50
  • वर्तमान शिक्षा प्रणाली में भारतीय मूल्यों की प्रासंगिकता


डॉ सुहासिनी श्रीवास्तव

Abstract:
वर्तमान शिक्षा प्रणाली में भारतीय मूल्यों की प्रासंगिकता


552-556
51
  • वर्तमान शिक्षा प्रणाली में भारतीय मूल्यों की प्रासंगिकता


डॉ सुहासिनी श्रीवास्तव

Abstract:
वर्तमान शिक्षा प्रणाली में भारतीय मूल्यों की प्रासंगिकता


552-556
52
  • IMPORTANCE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: INDIA'S UNIQUE VULNERABILITY VS. LIMITATIONS OF POLICY


Raghubir Singh Chauhan

Abstract:
Importance of education to control crime triggered through social institutions is highlighted to address the opportunities and challenges of 21st century. Unlike conventional approach wherein major focus is emphasised on vested interests, this paper aims to expand the frontiers of criminology by carrying out a fresh exploration on a contemporary topic.


557-588
53
  • A ROAD MAP FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION


Susmita Pramanik

Abstract:
Inclusive education values diversity and the unique contributions each student brings to the classroom.


589-597
54
  • RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT CHALLENGES IN ITS IMPLEMENTATIONIN RURAL AREAS OF BURDWAN DISTRICT: A SURVEY STUDY


Kalyan Senapati

Abstract:
Everyone has the right to education act .The UN recommendation has been reinforced in the provisions of the right of children to free and compulsory Education(RTE)Act-2009.


598-610
55
  • MEETING UP INDIA’S ENERGY DEMAND THROUGH WIND POWER


Raghu Babu K V M, S Chattopadhyay

Abstract:
Electricity Act 2003 has been introduced and came into force in India from 15.06.2003.


611-619
56
  • QUALITY OF LIFE IN PERSPECTIVE OF NEW EDUCATION POLICY IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO FEW HOUSEHOLDS OF BURDWAN DISTRICT IN WEST BENGAL


Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
The Present paper tried to analyse the impact of education on the quality of life of the members of the households in perspective of New Education Policy (NEP) in India in Purulia district of West Bengal. This study is basically an empirical in nature covering 55 households.


620-627
57
  • DO DEMERGERS IMPROVES THE LIQUIDITY POSITION


Dr Seema Singhal,

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the financial performance of companies after demerger. Companies exist to create value for their shareholders


628-638
58
  • IMPACT OF CREATIVE THINKING ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG DIFFERENT SOCIAL GROUP: A COMPARATIVE STUDY


Dr. Sristidhar Bera

Abstract:
The present study tries to examine the impact of creative thinking on academic achievement of xth grade secondary students of Paschim Medinipur District in West Bengal


639-650
59
  • DESAI’S OUTLOOK ON HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS IN HER NOVELS


Dr Shelly Jain

Abstract:
A study of the novels of Anita Desai suggests that the portrayal of human relationships is the central and dominant concern in her novels. In the words of Desai, “I think all human relationships are inadequate. I have worked this out. Basically everyone is solitary. I think involvement in human relationships in this world invariably leads to disaster” (Dalmia 13).Thus all her novels depict the inadequacy of relationships because of which her characters are isolated from their world. This leads to their disastrous state of mind. Instead of presenting the characters in conflict with people around them, Desai keeps her focus on their conflict with themselves.


651-659
60
  • Urban Poverty in India: an Overview


Sujan Kumar Das

Abstract:
Urban poverty is a growing problem in India today. Due to the introduction of globalization, inflow of foreign capital has increased and it has increased economic activities and certainly boosted the pace of urbanization in India. The urban landscape has undergone a change since the reforms. Foreign investment favours the urban areas. Therefore, city authorities have to invest in infrastructure and services and urbanisation has gained momentum


660-666
61
  • A STUDY OF SELECTED ANTHROPOMETRIC VARIABLES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH PERFORMANCE AMONG WOMEN BASKETBALL PLAYERS


Dr. Madhu Gaur

Abstract:
Millions of people take part in sports activities for either recreational purpose or for health, strength and fitness purpose and for displaying superiority over others in competitive sports. The need of for scientific approach to the problem of modern athletic training has been recognized for many years. It is imperative that a certain general body of knowledge is acquired before attempting to study the techniques and methods of improvement in training. It is essential therefore, to gather date on morphological and physiological responses of the participants to a general work task during participation in different sports.


667-670
62
  • विभिन्न प्रकार की रक्षा युक्तियों का प्रयोग करने वाली उच्चतर माध्यमिक स्तर की छात्राओ के मानसिक स्वास्थय का अधययन


श्रीमती नीता कन्हाई, डॉक्टर एम. रजा खान

Abstract:
विभिन्न प्रकार की रक्षा युक्तियों का प्रयोग करने वाली उच्चतर माध्यमिक स्तर की छात्राओ के मानसिक स्वास्थय का अधययन


671-674
63
  • माध्यमिक स्तर की छात्राओं की कैरियर प्राथमिकताओं पर बुद्धि के प्रभाव का अधययन


उपमा सिंह, डॉक्टर अनामिका पांडेय

Abstract:
माध्यमिक स्तर की छात्राओं की कैरियर प्राथमिकताओं पर बुद्धि के प्रभाव का अधययन


675-679
64
  • माध्यमिक स्तर के छात्र एवं छात्राओं के नैतिक मूल्यों का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


श्रीमती पूनम अवस्थी, डॉक्टर श्रीमती ज्योत्सना खरे

Abstract:
माध्यमिक स्तर के छात्र एवं छात्राओं के नैतिक मूल्यों का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


680-683
65
  • EFFECT OF SLOW AND FAST TEMPO OF MUSIC ON VO2 MAX AND RATE OF PERCIEVED EXERTION ON YOUNG ADULTS


Shilpa Jain1, Sapna Dhiman2 Dr Charu Sharma3

Abstract:
Skinner B.F have developed the theory that one’s behaviour is influenced by external factors, such as the environment. One motivating stimulus that may produce an increased drive is certainly noise which may have a facilitative effect on one’s performance


684-692
66
  • SEX RATIO: THREAT TO FAMILY INSTITUTION IN NORTH INDIA


Dr Saroj Rani

Abstract:
Sex Ratio is a biggest threat for the family institution. Female foeticide is also one of the factor behind it. Female foeticide, the selective abortion of female foetuses is killing upwards of one million females in India annually with far-ranging and tragic consequences. In some areas, the sex ratio of females to males has dropped to less than 900:1000


693-705
67
  • Agricultural Land Use Characteristics in Gaya District : A Geographical Study


Anuj Raj

Abstract:
Land use as a comparatively new branch of economic geography is intimately associated with demand for a particular use of the land. Land use study involves principles and techniques. Further it includes controlling factors, classification, capability measurement, resource appraisal conservation


706-716
68
  • A Brif Study of Migrant Labour In India


REKHA

Abstract:
In a developing country like India with exploding population, increasing urbanization rate & regional disparities in development, the availability of adequate housing has been of great concern in the past few decades


717-729
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