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  • A STUDY ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE COSMETIC CONSUMERS IN RAJAPALAYAM


Dr. T. Vijayaragavan

Abstract:
This paper highlights the socio-economic status of the consumers relating to the cosmetic products in Rajapalayam.


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  • SALIENT FEATURES OF AMENDED COMPANIES ACT: A COMPARISON


Dr. Archana Bhatia, Mrs. Kanika Mehandiratta

Abstract:
This paper addresses the comparative analysis between the certain sections of companies’ act 1956, which are amended under the companies act, 2013.


11-28
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  • CUSTOMER SATISFACTION ON TWO WHEELERS A SPECIAL REFERENCE WITH TVs XL IN THENI DISTRICT


Mrs.G. Mahalakshmi

Abstract:
This research analyses the satisfaction of the customer towards two wheelers. The study was restricted only to Theni city.


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  • EFFECT OF MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF SELECT TATA GROUP COMPANIES IN INDIA


Dr. B M Kanahalli, Siddalingya Jayaram

Abstract:
Mergers and acquisitions becomes the major force in the changing environment. The policy of liberalization, decontrol and globalization of the economy has exposed the corporate sector to domestic and global competition


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  • ROLE OF HR PROFESSIONALS IN CHANGING SCENARIO: CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES


Dr. Archana Bhatia

Abstract:
HRM is a strategic issue in the current corporate scenario. The present research paper tries to identify challenges for the HR professionals of 21st century and thereby suggest measures and strategies to face these challenges.


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  • INVESTORS ATTITUDE TOWARDS POST OFFICE SAVING SCHEMES IN CUMBUM TOWN


Ms. K. Gayathri

Abstract:
The present study is based upon various small savings scheme in Post office. The small savings schemes are provide safe and attractive investment options to the public and mobilize resources for development.


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  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TAX INCENTIVES OFFERED TO COCHIN SEZ AND ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTIONS OF COCHIN SEZ


Dr. Nidheesh K. B.

Abstract:
Special Economic Zones intended to encourage exports, promote gainful employment opportunities, and mobilise investments from domestic as well as from foreign sources.


69-86
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  • A STUDY ON SATISFACTION OF TOURIST VISITING ANANTAPUR AND KURNOOL DISTRICT OF ANDHRA PRADESH


Dr. K. Rajasekhar

Abstract:
Tourism is a major engine of economic growth and a direct multiplier for employment and poverty eradication strategies. Tourism in India has a strong relevance to economic development and employment generation.


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  • ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND LESSONS FOR IFRS ADOPTION IN KENYA AND OTHER ADOPTERS


Mr. Nader Naghshbandi, Mr. Robert Mosomi Ombati

Abstract:
The adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) in Europe and around the world represents perhaps the most important accounting regulatory change in recent years.


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  • THE ISSUES OF CASH BASIS APPLICATION TO PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING AND BUDGETING : A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE


Dr. Imran Ahmad Khan

Abstract:
In public sector accounting, government ministries and parastatals operate a cash basis of accounting which is believed to be simple in operation and understanding by staff that may not require a rigorous training in accounting.


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