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  • AN EMPIRICALLY STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DERIVATIVES TRADING ACTIVITY AND SPOT MARKET TRADING ACTIVITY IN NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE


Dr. V. Kannan, Dr. G. Amudha

Abstract:
A decade since the introduction of derivatives instruments in Indian bourses like Options and Futures trading replacing thereby age old badla transactions and almost two and half decades since the introduction and implementation of liberalization, privatization and globalization(LPG) policies in Indian economy.


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  • FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF MICROSOFT CORPORATION


C.A. Prerna Sehgal

Abstract:
Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company having headquarters in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services.


12-23
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  • CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS POWER SUPPLY SERVICES IN BANGALORE CITY – A STUDY IN BESCOM


Sharada Shiva Prasad, Dr. K. Ramachandra

Abstract:
The purpose of this study is to find out the levels of satisfaction towards quality of power supply with specific focus to the BESCOM service in Bangalore district. Bangalore is the biggest city in the state of Karnataka consumes more than 30 percent of electricity generated in the state. Every year it attracts multinational companies and foreign investors in the city for investment purpose. BESCOM is the electricity supply service corporation looks after the customer satisfaction


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  • MERGERS AND ACQUISITION OF INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK IN POST-REFORM INDIA


Dr. Mrs. N. M. Francis Mercy, Mrs. M. Aakina Barveen, Dr. Mrs. D. Jebaselvi Anitha

Abstract:
Mergers and acquisition have emerged as one of the common methods of consolidation, restructuring and strengthening of banks. A major perspective of the Reserve Bank of India’s banking policy is to encourage competition, consolidate and restructure the system for financial stability. There are several theoretical justifications to analyze the M&A activities, like change in management, change in control, substantial acquisition, consolidation of the firms, merger of buyout of subsidiaries for size and efficiency, etc.


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  • A STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE OF COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT


A. Anuradha

Abstract:
Most of us would have heard the term “compensation” in the context of getting paid for the work that we do. The work can be as part of full time engagement or part time in nature.


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