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  • “A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND WOMEN”


Dr. Shagufta Sayyed

Abstract:
The „High potential'i women entrepreneurs are those who through job creation and widening of markets can boost economic growth. This spurt in female entrepreneurship is facilitated by education, work experience and role models.


1-11
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  • CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON PROFITABILITY OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ETHIOPIA


Kibret Baye, Mr. Workineh Yazachew

Abstract:
This paper examines the impact level of credit risk management towards the profitability of commercial banks in Ethiopia in general .It argues that credit risk management has significant impact on profitability of banks of our country.


12-28
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  • DEFICIT FINANCING FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF INDIA


Dr. Prashant Pandey

Abstract:
In the developing countries, financial resources are inadequate to support economic development, since per capita income is low so the rate of savings is also very low. Therefore, the government cannot increase the taxes above certain limit


29-37
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  • A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF SELECTED MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET


Raju Warrier, Dr. Unny C J

Abstract:
A study to identify the impact of selected macroeconomic variables on Nifty 50 is carried out in this paper. It also tries to find out if the macroeconomic variables have any relation with the industry stock indices of the National Stock Exchange.


38-54
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  • WORKING CONDITIONS FOR EMPOLYEES IN INSURANCE SECTOR (With Reference To LIC & MNYL at Guntur, A.P.)


Dr. Pothuraju Vijaya Lakshmi

Abstract:
The insurance industry of India consists of 53 insurance companies of which 24 are in life insurance business and 29 are non-life insurers. Among the life insurers, Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) is the sole public sector company.


55-70
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  • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: A PREDICTOR OF EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN ESIC


Dr. L. K. Tripathi, Anupama Pardeshi

Abstract:
India’s population although their capacities to pay insurance premiums are very low mainly consisting of middle and low-income segment require the stipulation of social security. In India, only 3% of population is covered by some type of health insurance, either social or private due to unawareness of the schemes of ESIC.


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  • THE KEY CHALLENGES FACING CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT BY ETHIOPIAN COMMERCIAL BANKS: A SURVEY STUDY


Shobor Gudeta Rundassa, Professor (Dr) G.S.Batra

Abstract:
The major objective of the research is identifying the key challenges facing credit risk management by Ethiopian commercial banks. A descriptive research design employed.


83-97
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  • A BEHAVIOURAL STUDY OF MOSQUITO’S REPELLENT PRODUCTS (CONDUCTED IN THE AREA OF NARAINGARH DIST. AMBALA)


Babalpreet Kaur

Abstract:
Since we are in the new millennium and this is the generation of computerization and mechanization, technology is improving with very fast speed. All the companies are presenting the world their latest products to service and to enter in the global business.


98-116
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  • FINANCIAL INCENTIVE SCHEMES FOR THE GIRL CHILD


Dr. R. Prabhakar Rao

Abstract:
Introduction of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) mechanism is a marked departure from the traditional approaches in social programming. Through provision of financial incentives to poor families following the fulfillment of certain verifiable conditions, CCTs seek to provide short -term income support and at the same time promote long-term behavioural change.


117-130
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  • A STUDY ON THE TRANSFORMATION OF SERVICE ORIENTATION TO ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION


Sumanta Majumder, Dr. Manas Kr. Sanyal

Abstract:
In this survey paper the literature on entrepreneurship is summarized from the perspective of entrepreneurial motives, which are the driving forces for an individual to become an entrepreneur. Motivation is the interaction between an individual and a situation.


131-137
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  • ROLE OF WAREHOUSES IN STABILITY OF PRODUCTION, EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES (CASE STUDY OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN GHAZIABAD DISTRICT OF UTTAR PRADESH)


Dr. Bhisham Kapoor

Abstract:
Warehouses play role as a Battery. Battery maintains the flow of electric current. It also works as a storage device.


138-141
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  • ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN SHGS THROUGH AGRICULTURAL BASED BUSINESSES IN CHITRADURGA DIST, KARNATAKA


K Poornima, Dr Ramanaiah G

Abstract:
With an intention to implement and work towards the Millennium Development Goals, almost all the state governments in India is working toward Financial Inclusion. One such programme which is developing and spreading rapidly is Self Help Groups as a tool of poverty alleviation.


142-158
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  • NON PERFORMING ASSETS: ANNOYANCE FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


Safeer Pasha. M, Rajakumara. D

Abstract:
The success or failure of any organisation depends upon efficient management of finance. The finance plays crucial role in the survival of any company; it may be the organisation which borrows loan or a financial institution which lends the loan.


159-164
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  • Ethical Issues in Business


Ajit Singh, Assistant Professor

Abstract:
We all participate in the business world in our everyday lives. Just by living in our homes, going to work, driving our cars, using public transport, going to the shops, parks, beaches or schools or going to hospitals we interact directly or indirectly with the goings on the business community. And these interactions bring business ethic into play


165-170
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  • A Study of Occupational Stress in Banking Industry of Haryana


Sandhya

Abstract:
Extreme stress results in marked changes in the person's behavior, attitude, motivations and cognition that there are inevitable consequences, for the people with whom they inter act such persons usually affect those around them by virtue of their inactivity and negativism, rather than by deviant or disruptive activity.


171-178
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  • Challenges and Opportunities in Rural Entrepreneurship


Atul P. Naik

Abstract:
Entrepreneurship is the most important to boost self-employment. It has gained greater significance at global level under changing economic scenario. Global economy in general and Indian economy in particular is poised for accelerated growth driven by entrepreneurship.


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