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  • E-TOURISM SERVICES AND WEB TECHNOLOGIES: PRESENT ISSUES AND FUTURE TRENDS


Rezwanul Alam, Md. Mostofa Jaman

Abstract:
eTourism administrations are progressively changing the way of and procedures in the tourism business. The point of this paper is to address the ramifications of e-tourism benefits in the tourism business.


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  • A STUDY ON PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED DIVESTED COMPANIES


Dr.D.Prabhakar

Abstract:
Public sector enterprises have been set up to serve the broad macro-economic objectives of higher economic growth, self-sufficiency in production of goods and services, long term equilibrium in balance of payments and low and stable prices.


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  • STUDY ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND WOMEN ENTREPRENUERSHIP IN INDIA


Ms. Shilpa Gupta

Abstract:
The merging of the two terms of women‟s empowerment and gender equality into one Millennium Development Goal recognises that gender equality and women‟s empowerment are two sides of the same coin.


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  • RESPONSIBLE TOURISM IN KUMARAKOM - AN ANALYSIS


Dr. Santhimol M.C

Abstract:
Responsible tourism is a management strategy embracing planning, management, product development and marketing to bring about positive economic, social, cultural and environmental impacts.


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  • NON-PERFORMING ASSETS-A STUDY OF PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK


Suman Devi

Abstract:
The main objective of commercial banking operations are to generate profits and make contribution to growth process of the country. A healthy and sound banking system is necessary for the growth of an economy.


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  • ROLE OF FDI (FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT) IN RETAIL SECTOR


Kanta

Abstract:
On November 24, 2011, the Union Cabinet of the Indian government approved a proposal of allowing 51 percent FDI in the multi-brand retailing in India and 100 percent FDI in the single-brand retailing, subject to certain conditions.


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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA – A BUSINESS IMPERATIVE


Neha

Abstract:
In a developing economy like India, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plays an important role in organizations. In Indian industry one can easily notice a paradigm shift from corporate philanthropist to being socially responsible.


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