Current Issues

International Research Journal of Management and Commerce (IRJMC)
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1
  • CONSUMER PROTECTION IN INDIA


  • Dr. Yellaswamy Ambati

Abstract:
Consumer Protection Act of 1986 and National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission In India, consumer protection is specified in The Consumer Protection Act, 1986.


1-8
2
  • COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PROPOSED GODAGAMA DEVELOPMENT NODE UNDER THE GREATER MATARA DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROGRAM


  • GPTS Hemakumara

Abstract:
Cost-benefit analysis is an essential tool of modern project management to measure the economic value as well as its aesthetic, cultural and social acceptance of the program. In this study, it is intended to examine how cost-benefit analysis can be applied successfully to spatial planning in development.


9-19
3
  • CONCEPTUAL STUDY ONINNOVATION IN MANAGEMENT


  • Dr. Dilip B. Patil

Abstract:
Today is need of innovation in management process because without innovation any business cannot achieved their objectives Innovation is the development of new customer’s value through solutions that meet new needs, inarticulate needs, or old customer and market needs in value adding new ways.


20-27
4
  • A STUDY ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CSR PRACTICES IN INDIAN NATIONALIZED BANKS VIS-À-VIS- SBI & ICICI BANKS


  • Prof. Badiuddin Ahmed, Dr. M. Raza Shah, Syeda Soophiya Mariyum

Abstract:
In a developing country like India, banking sector played a very important role in upgrading the economy of the country not only by lending money or increasing the liquidity in the country but also by imposing a new practice called corporate social responsibility (CSR).


28-41
5
  • A STUDY ON PROFITABILITY OF SUBBURAJ TEXTILE MILL IN TIRUNELVELI


  • Dr. M. Jagadeeswari

Abstract:
The material business in India generally, after horticulture is the main business that has produced immense work for both gifted and untalented work in materials. The material business keeps on being the second biggest work producing part in India.


42-51
6
  • WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IMPACT ON SMES PROFITABILITY


  • HH Dedunu

Abstract:
The purpose of this is to find the effect of Working Capital Management on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Profitability.The study used primary data by an open-ended questionnaire from the 147 sample of SMEs located in Kurunegala District.


52-62
7
  • A STUDY ON MICRO SMALL MEDIUM ENTREPRENEURS PREFERENCE AND PROBLEMS TOWARDS BANKING SERVICES


  • Dr. M. Suryakumar, T. Thirunavukkarasu

Abstract:
This Study was conducted among the Micro Small Medium Enterprise Entrepreneurs using banking services in and around Tiruppur District. Several studies have been conducted on the access and lack of access to facilities among MSMEs.


63-73
8
  • IMPACT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS (NPA) ON WORKING OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS’: A BANK-WISE CASE STUDY


  • Avani Ojha, Hem Chandra Jha

Abstract:
To determine impact of NPA on working of public sector banks’ (PSBs), a research project was undertaken during FY 2016-17 and thereafter it was concluded that all public sector banks’ had witnessed unprecedented growth in substandard, doubtful and loss assets. Gross advances were reduced and such downsized the credit-deposit ratio of the PSBs.


74-101
9
  • CONSUMER PREFERENCES ON MOBILE SIM CARDS: A STUDY CONDUCTED IN URBAN WEST BENGAL


  • Dr. Debarun Chakraborty

Abstract:
There is a huge upsurge in the current telecommunication market in India due to several reasons. Urban market is almost penetrated by all the national & international players but still the rural market is not yet pierced as compare to urban market.


102-117
10
  • IMPORTANCE OF ICT IN EDUCATION TO ENHANCE LEARNING


  • Mrs. Asha Rani.K

Abstract:
We are living in a constantly evolving digital world. ICT has an impact on nearly every aspect of our lives - from working to socialising, learning to playing.


118-134
11
  • IMPACT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS (NPA) ON WORKING OF BANKS’: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN STATE BANK OF INDIA AND OTHER PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS’


  • Avani Ojha, Hem Chandra Jha

Abstract:
While making comparative studies on impact of NPA on working of the SBI and other public sector banks’ during 2016-17, it was observed that due to the biggest infrastructure, in terms of volumes, the SBI was more comfortable in many aspects than other PSBs.


135-155
12
  • POTENTIALITIES OF CARBON EMISSION MARKET & ASSOCIATED COSTS TO RELATED INDUSTRY: A STUDY IN THE LIGHT OF KIGALI AMENDMENT, 2016


  • Dipayan Singha, Amit Majumdar

Abstract:
Montreal Protocol in 1987 came up with a target of shrinking ozone hole by banning ozone-depleting coolants like chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) giving birth to a new genre of international market known as Carbon Emission Trading. With a successful implication of reducing the production and consumption of compounds that deplete ozone in the stratosphere Montreal Protocol was an effective step towards environmental sustainability.


156-166
13
  • FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF ACC CEMENT LIMITED: AN ANALYSIS.


  • Ms. Preeti Premsingh, Dr. A P Hosmani

Abstract:
The prosperity of a country, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the standard of living and the per capita income of the people depend on the performance of economy to a larger extent. The major portion of any country’s Gross Domestic Product is contributed by its corporate sector.


167-183
14
  • THEORIES OF WORK LIFE BALANCE –A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW.


  • G. Vijaya Kumar, Dr. B. Janakiram

Abstract:
Work–life balance is the harmonious and holistic integration of work and non-work of work and private life. There are various aspects of one's personal life that can intersect with work including family, career, leisure, and health.


184-192
15
  • EARNINGS MANAGEMENT AND AUDITOR’S CHARACTERISTICS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON INDIAN COMPANIES


  • Hanish Rajpal, Pawan Jain

Abstract:
This study presents the preliminary examination of the association between auditor’s characteristics and earnings management in India. It is first study which examines this relation in Indian context.


193-207
16
  • GST & ITS IMPACT ON COMMON MAN IN INDIA


  • Manpreet Kaur

Abstract:
India is going through a lot of change right now, first demonetization attempt to curb the black money and eradicate corruption and now a few months later GST bill to make sure there should be no space for the reasons of corruption which will directly boost our Indian economy.


208-215
17
  • ORGANIZATIONAL ROLE STRESS IN SOFTWARE INDUSTRY IN BANGALORE


  • Dr. B. Janakiraman

Abstract:
This study examined the sources and the factors responsible for organizational role stress. The scope of study was a software industry situated in Bangalore The sample comprised of 100 respondents drawn from a well known software company.


216-230
18
  • CONSUMER DURABLE (WHITE PRODUCTS) INDUSTRY IN INDIA-OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES


  • Ms. Priti Jha, Ms. Priti Jha

Abstract:
India is emerging as the world’s largest middle class consumer market with an aggregated consumer spend of nearly US$ 13 trillion by 2030, as per a report in 2015 by Deloitte titled 'India Matters: Winning in growth markets'. Globalization has led to the entry of multinational companies into the Indian markets.


231-239
19
  • A STUDY OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN GOVERNMENT SECTOR ORGANIZATION


  • Dr. G. Kanaka Mahalakshmi.

Abstract:
The government has a critical role to play in the development of the country. It acts as a planner, regulator, catalyst, controller and investor.


240-259
20
  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON DEMOGRAPHIC CORRELATES OF SOFT SKILLS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF MANAGEMENT STUDENTS


  • Dr. Revati Deshpande, Ms. Komal Sikhwal

Abstract:
Soft skills are the interpersonal qualities that are considered as an important attribute in job applicants.


261-271
21
  • Development of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System


  • Dr. Srikanta Charana Das Mr. Sandeep Kumar Mallik

Abstract:
Through this paper an attempt is made to understand the various phases of ERP evolution. The objective of the present paper is to understand the concepts of ERP and undertake the empirical research on ERP and Supply Chain Management. Secondary source taken as base for developing the present paper. It is found that there are three phases of development it includes phase one Material Resource Planning (MRP), in the second phase Manufacturing Resource Planning (Mfg.RP) and in the third phase it is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).


272-278
22
  • DIMENSIONS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIAN CULTURE


  • Dr. R. Prabhakar Rao, Dr. Nidhi Dhawan

Abstract:
An undeniable fact is that the companies have a responsibility towards the society and its stakeholders and shareholders. This fact has been made compulsory under the Companies Act, 2013 also where wealth maximisation does not remain the sole goal of the companies for their shareholders.


279-287
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