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International Research Journal of Management and Commerce (IRJMC)
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1-20
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  • IMPORTANCE OF NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN MANAGEMENT


  • Dr. Lutfun Nesha, Dr. Sk. Raju Ali

Abstract:
Non-verbal communication is the most powerful form of communication and it is very important to know how to use it correctly.


21-29
3
  • AN ANALYSIS OF WOMEN SELF HELP PROGRAMME IN KARNATAKA – A QUESTION OF INCOME AND EMPLOYMENT GENERATION


  • Dr. Channabasavanagouda P

Abstract:
There are three distinct modes to route the credit to micro enterprises. Under the first mode, banks lend directly to the SHGs for lending to micro entrepreneurs.


30-36
4
  • AN OVERVIEW OF GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST) IN INDIA


  • Shashi Kapoor

Abstract:
GST is most crucial indirect tax reform in India. The idea of implementing GST, which was floated in year 2000 for the first time, took 17 years for its implementation.


37-50
5
  • THE HEALTH COVERAGE OF SAUDI ARABIA AND ITS EXPANSION


  • Ouro j Safi, Farhat Mohsin

Abstract:
The consistent increment in the interest for medicinal services and decline in the inclusion of the private area has influenced the Saudi government to devise an assortment of measures that assistance back the social insurance division in the nation.


51-57
6
  • A STUDY ON CUSTOMER PREFERENCE AND LEVEL OF SATISFACTION IN SME BANKING SERVICES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE CITY


  • Mr. J. Gnanadevan

Abstract:
The Small and Medium enterprises (SMEs) have been accepted as the engine of Economic growth and for promoting equitable development in all over the world.


58-67
7
  • THE INVESTORS AWARENESS ABOUT COMMODITY MARKET-AS AN INVESTMENT OPTION


  • Jyothi. J

Abstract:
India being an agricultural economy the commodity markets is still in its nascent stage. The commodity trading was banned for more than 40 years.


68- 80
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  • GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST) – ONE NATION AND ONE TAX: A REVIEW


  • Mr. Tutun Mukherjee, Dr. Som Sankar Sen

Abstract:
‘One nation and one tax market’, does this statement really holds true in our country? India witnessed one of the historic indirect tax reforms in the name of ‘Goods and Services Tax’ (GST) on 1st July, 2017.


81-102
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  • CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANGEMENT IN BANKING SECTOR


  • Dr. C. Mugunthan, G. Kalaiarasi

Abstract:
Organizations are not proficient to longer exist with a value-based disposition towards customers in today’s highly competitive business situation, technological advancement and empowered customers.


103-110
10
  • STRATEGIES FOR DOUBLING FARMER’S INCOME BY 2022: A REVIEW


  • Prof. Bhalchandra Balkrishna Bite, Dr. Vishal W. Wagh, Prof. Pournima Nagne

Abstract:
For the program of doubling farmer’s income by 2022, the base year is 2015-16 and target year is 2022-23 (i.e. six years).


111-115
11
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY REGARDING IMPACT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS (NPA) ON WORKING OF THE STATE BANK OF INDIA (SBI) AND THE BANK OF INDIA (BOI)


  • Hem Chandra Jha

Abstract:
While making comparative studies on impact of NPA on working of the State Bank of India (SBI) and the Bank of India (BOI) during the FY 2016-17, it was observed that mainly due to the biggest infrastructure, the SBI had the largest volumes among all PSBs in terms of total assets, total business, total deposits, gross advances, priority sector advances, gross NPAs, Net NPAs, provisioning, total income, net interest income, other income, total expenses, operating profit and net-profit, etc.


116-133
12
  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE INDIAN PUBLIC SECTOR- THE NEED FOR A HOLISTIC APPROACH


  • Rajesh R, Dr. K S Chandrasekar

Abstract:
Sustainable development (SD) refers to the kind of development which shall suffice the needs of the present as well as the future generations.


134- 144
13
  • TECHNIQUES OF VISUAL MERCHANDISING


  • Dr. C. Swarnalatha, S. Soundhariya

Abstract:
Visual merchandising is a new and upcoming technique which takes organized retail to next level.


145-150
14
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON ONLINE AND OFFLINE SHOPPING


  • Ms. Supriya Mahajan, Ms. Neelakshi Saini

Abstract:
Each and every thing now a day is based upon technology or we can say that this is the era of technology without which we can’t imagine our life.


151-169
15
  • IMPORTANCE OF IMPLEMENTING OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING IN AN ORGANIZATION


  • Brindha. N

Abstract:
Increased cumulating of industries and escalation of services sector is placing the foot for the need of the process of evaluation of work done by each individual in an organization.


170-176
16
  • THE EFFICACY OF PERSONAL FINANCIAL PRUDENCE: A LITERATURE REVIEW


  • Dr. Sonali Suresh Shrotri, Prof. Abhijeet Chavan

Abstract:
Over the last decade, world has witnessed rapid growth and expansion in financial markets through liberalization, globalisation and privatisation.


177- 191
17
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY REGARDING IMPACT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS (NPA) ON WORKING OF THE STATE BANK OF INDIA (SBI) AND THE BANK OF BARODA (BOB)


  • Hem Chandra Jha

Abstract:
While making comparative studies on impact of NPA on working of the State Bank of India (SBI) and the Bank of Baroda (BOB) during 2016-17


192-211
18
  • VALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOODS AND SERVICE: A STATE OF ASSESSMENT THROUGH APPLICATION OF GREEN ACCOUNTING AND INDICATORS


  • Sunitha.S

Abstract:
Environmental goods and services are the biogeochemical processes, attributes or the products thereof that relate to the self-maintenance of an ecosystem, provision of wildlife habitat


212-222
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  • GST A BOON FOR INDIAN ECONOMY


  • Elsa Jacob

Abstract:
GST, the major tax reform in India founded on the notion, ‘one nation one market one tax’ is finally here.


223-228
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  • HRD MECHANISMS: AN EMPERICAL COMPARISON AMONG HOSPITALS IN J&K.


  • Qurrat A Hamdani

Abstract:
Development of human resource in present scenario involves huge investments on the part of organizations.


229-241
21
  • THE FACTOR STRUCTURE IN CUSTOMER SATISFACTION OF AFTER SALE SERVICE OF INDIAN TRACTOR CUSTOMERS


  • Khursheed Ahmad Siddiqui, Farhat Mohsin

Abstract:
The assay of chump achievement datasets has apparent that product-related appearance abatement into three categories (basic, performance, and excitement), which affect all-embracing achievement differently.


242-248
22
  • “A STUDY ON LEAN MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE”


  • Nagalakshmi G S

Abstract:
Optimum utilisation of resources and satisfying customers by providing quality products with no wastage is the main agenda of any business organisation.


249-254
23
  • IMPLEMENTION OF LIBERALISATION, PRIVATISATION AND GLOBALISATION IN INDIA –A CRITICAL VIEW


  • Jyothi. J

Abstract:
Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG) were introduced in India in 1991, at a crucial time when India started to have Balance of Payments (BOP) crisis.


255-266
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  • TO STUDY AND MEASURE SUBJECTIVE WELL BEING AND ITS DIMENSIONS AMONG THE EMPLOYEES IN THE SELECT BANKS IN INDIA


  • Dr. Aman Khera

Abstract:
The employee wellness in the organizations has become emerging field in psychology, human resource management, sociology and those researching and applying wellness in the workplace to conceptualize employee wellness having holistic approach.


267-278
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  • THE CHALLENGES AND PROSPECT OF NIGERIAN NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT: REVIEW


  • Abubakar Umar Gabarin

Abstract:
This paper attempts to examine the challenges and prospect of the Nigerian Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in disaster management with a view to proffer possible solutions.


279-288
26
  • DYNAMIC PRICING BY INDIAN RAILWAY- A WAY TO CUSTOMER LOSS


  • Dr. Jojo K Joseph, Boby Thomas

Abstract:
Dynamic pricing is regarded as the best way to maximize revenue in the internet economy.


289-300
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  • ECO-TOURISTS LOVE STRATEGY MODEL FOR ECOTOURISM PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT


  • Shanmughadas K.G.

Abstract:
Ecotourism is a focused travel to ecological site to understand and experience the enriching natural beauty of the ecosystem.


301-310
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  • A STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY TRAITS ON EMPLOYEE APPRAISAL PROCESS


  • Dr. S. Franklin John, Ms. Anushia P.M

Abstract:
Employees are the big influential source of a company when compare to other resources of an organisation.


311-316
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  • A STUDY ON THE OUTCOMES OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT


  • Shobha V.K.

Abstract:
This research paper is an attempt to identify the various consequences of employee engagement with special reference to Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited. The objective is to analyze the relationship of outcomes with employee engagement.


317-330
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  • WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN JSW COMPANY LIMITED: A STUDY


  • Dr. Prabhu C Basarkod, Dr. Jabiulla

Abstract:
Working capital is regarded as the life-line of every concern. Without adequate working capital no progress is possible. Inadequate working capital its concept shortage of raw materials and other inputs, resulting in underutilization of fixed assets and ultimately leading to failure of the business.


331-342
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  • EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CUSTOMER LOYALTY AND SERVICE QUALITY OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES


  • Rachna Agarwal, Professor Ashok Mittal

Abstract:
The objective of present study was to measure the service quality and customer loyalty in life insurance companies and also to measure the relationship between service quality of insurance companies and the customer loyalty towards the life insurance companies.


343-357
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  • DEMONETIZATION EFFECT ON SECTORIAL INDICES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIAN STOCK MARKET- AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS


  • Mr. Arya Kumar

Abstract:
A nation is dependent on several factors like budget, money supply, interest rate, taxation and etc., these factors states about the supply and deficit in nation’s fiscal and monetary system.


358- 373
33
  • GROWTH AND STRUCTURE OF PRIMARY AGRICULTURE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (PACS) IN HARYANA AND INDIA


  • Santosh

Abstract:
Primary agriculture credit societies mean a co-operative society. Primary Agriculture Co-operative Societies (PACS) are also known as “Mini Banks” or “Rural Credit Banks”.


374- 385
34
  • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PRACTICES IN SBI AND DCCB IN KARIMNAGAR DISTRICT OF TELANGANA STATE- A COMPARATIVE RESEARCH


  • Linga Reddy Katipalli

Abstract:
This paper compares the use of management accounting practices in SBI and DCCB units operating in Karimnagar district of Telangana state, using data obtained from a survey among 25 SBI and 25 DCCB units


386-398
35
  • AN ECPLORATORY STUDY ON SOURCES & PRACTICES ADOPTED BY INDIVIDUALS FOR INVESTING


  • Dr. Satyajit K. Shah

Abstract:
Thisstudy relates to the investment decisionsregardingindividualinvestorswhich includesalaryearners,businessmen,professionalsandpensioners


399-405
36
  • An Empirical Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth: Evidence from India


  • Lakshmi A

Abstract:
The present study investigates the empirical relationship between energy consumption and economic growth in India using annual data from 1980 to 2014


406-410
37
  • PROBLEMS OF SLAB INDUSTRY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KURNOOL DISTRICT AP


  • G.VIJAYUDU

Abstract:
Kurnool District one of the most famous producers and leading exporters in terms of tonnagof slab stone in Andhra Pradesh state, over the past decades


411-416
38
  • Current Scenario of Food Processing Sector in India


  • Pratibha1* Sanjay Bhayana2

Abstract:
India is the largest country in food production, processing, supply, and consumption at the global level.


417-425
39
  • PROSPECTS OF SLAB INDUSTRY IN KURNOOL DISTRICT. A.P


  • G.VIJAYUDU

Abstract:
Kurnool District is endowed with good mineral resources. The important minerals are ironore, dolanite, limestone, quartz and silica


426-430
40
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS CONTRIBUTION IN CSR


  • Arju

Abstract:
Companies Act 2013 has introduced several new provisions which change the face of Indian corporate business.


431- 435
41
  • Corporate Governance Mechanism in Indian Depository System


  • Dr. Ramesh Kumar

Abstract:
A depository is an organization which holds securities (like shares, debentures, bonds, government securities, mutual fund units etc.) of scattered investors in electronic form instead of physical form on the request of the investors through a registered Depository Participant.


436-442
42
  • QUALITY OF WORK LIFE: AN ANALYSIS


  • AJAY KUMAR and JYOTI

Abstract:
QWL has evolved as an important aspect, which affects an organizational efficiency and productivity.


443-449
43
  • The Role of Multimedia in the development of E-Learning programmes: A study of EMMRC-EFL University, Hyderabad


  • P.NARENDAR GOUD

Abstract:
The present paper focuses on production the role of Multimedia developing e learning, content and modules concerning of undergraduate educational programmes of National Mission on Education through Information and communication Technology


450-458
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  • PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICTS) IN MAKING HEALTHY INFORMATION SOCIETY --A REVIEW


  • Dr.N.Thyagaraju

Abstract:
“Information technology (IT) is “the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications, computer hardware and mobile devices


459-464
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  • INDIAN GOLD POLICIES-AN OUTLOOK


  • Anu Anna Ninan

Abstract:
India has a deep historical connection with gold. This precious metal has been a valued commodity from the times of ancient civilisations.


465-469
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  • E- BANKING – THE INDIAN SCENARIO


  • Baljinder Kaur, Laveena Mehta and Priya Sharma

Abstract:
E-banking is one of the endowments to individuals by PC innovation.


470-478
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  • USEFULNESS OF ONLINE TRAVEL COMMUNITIES


  • Indu Bindu Dr Ranbir Singh

Abstract:
Online travel communities are the platform enabling people share information, search, find, gather and consume information


479-492
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  • ASSESSING STOCK MARKET VOLATILITY USING GARCH MODELS: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA AND INDIA STOCK MARKETS


  • Dr. Nilam Panchal

Abstract:
Volatility is a statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security or market index. Volatility can either be measured by using the standard deviation or variance between returns from that same security or market index.


493-501
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