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  • A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION IN BSNL WITH RESPECT TO TRIVANDRUM SSA OF KERAL TELECOM CIRCLE


Dr . Sreekumar. D. Menon

Abstract:
Employee satisfaction or job satisfaction had always been important issues for the management, after all high levels of absenteeism and staff turnover can effect bottom line,as recruitment and retaining take their roll.


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  • A STUDY ON SOCIO ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF SANITARY WORKERS IN TIRUNELVELI CORPORATION


Dr. Lourdes Poobala Rayen & T. Juliet Nisee

Abstract:
Environmental health cannot be ignored in social sustainable development. Sanitary workers are the "beautician of the city" has already contributed a lot to our construction of a harmonious society.


9-25
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  • BALANCED SCORECARD IN INSURANCE COMPANIES OF NEPAL


Dr. Jitendra Prasad Upadhyay

Abstract:
The balanced scorecard is a management system that enables organizations to clarify their vision & strategy and translate these into action. It provides feedback on both the internal business processes and external outcomes in order to continuously improve strategic performance and results.


26-38
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  • ROLE OF MICRO FINANCE ON ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF UNORGANISED WOMEN WORKERS


Dr. P. Lourdes Poobala Rayen & T. Juliet Vinotha

Abstract:
Alleviation of poverty, the core of all developmental efforts has remained a very complex and critical concern for developing countries. In spite of considerable improvement in the status of women, they still comprise the largest section of deprived population.


39-48
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  • FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN ETHIOPIA: THE DEMAND AND SUPPLY SIDE PERSPECTIVE


D.M. Sheaba Rani & Meseret Milargeh Yeshaneh

Abstract:
This study comprises a quantitative and qualitative approach to the status of financial inclusion in Ethiopia based on micro-data from surveys and macro data from secondary sources. Questionnaire was collected from 996 respondents for households living in four regional states and one administrative city.


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  • MARKETING OF GENERIC MEDICINES IN INDIA


B. Poovazhahi

Abstract:
A generic medicine is a pharmaceutical drug that is equivalent to a brand-name product in dosage, strength, route of administration, quality, performance, and intended use. The term may also refer to any drug marketed under its chemical name without advertising, or to the chemical makeup of a drug rather than the brand name under which the drug is sold.


63-77
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  • THE RISE OF NEW EMERGING ECONOMIES – MINT ECONOMIES


CMA Dr. Kinnarry Thakkar & CS Lalita Mutreja

Abstract:
The new kid on the block MINT- Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey are said to be second cohort promising market pace setters in the international economy. The term MINT is coined by Jim O’Neill recognizing it as emerging economic giant.


78-84
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  • REVIEW ON STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN FIGHTING AGAINST TERRORISM DISASTER IN NORTH-EASTERN NIGERIA


Maimunah Binti Ali & Abubakar Umar Gabarin

Abstract:
A Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is a set of written instructions that document a routine or recurring activity followed by an organization. The purpose of written this paper is to dispel the rumour that NGOs in Nigeria always position themselves on the wrong path.


85-98
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  • A STUDY OF THE WEAK FORM OF MARKET EFFICIENCY IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO REALTY SECTOR


Dr. Sandeep Kapoor

Abstract:
The theory of efficient market hypothesis (EMH) implies that all known information is reflected in share prices & the price movements are independent to one another. Thus EMH states that share prices are not influenced by past prices, publicly available information & insider information.


99-105
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  • ROLE OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN FIGHTING AGAINST TERRORISM DISASTER IN NORTH-EASTERN NIGERIA: A REVIEW


Maimunah Binti Ali, Abubakar G. Umar

Abstract:
Terrorism has been declared as a global mischief that is bedevilling the North-Eastern part of Nigeria. It has been one of the major threats to security of live and property owes to Nigerian government and its citizens, as entrenched in the 1999 constitution.


106-120
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  • THE GROWTH OF VENTURE CAPITAL IN INDIA


Dr. V. Santhi, Dr. Nanda Gopal L

Abstract:
Venture capital finance in India was known since nineties. It is now has successfully emerged for all the business firms that take up risky projects and have high growth prospects.


121-137
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  • A STUDY ON TRANSITION OF PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (PDS) INTO A NEW MECHANISM OF TARGETED PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (TPDS)


Pullaiah Dudekula, Prof. Dr. H. Lajipathi Rai

Abstract:
India's Public Distribution System (PDS) is the biggest circulation system of its kind in the entire Globe. PDS was presented around World War II as a war-time apportioning measure.


138-152
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  • DETERMINANTS OF REVERSE MORTGAGE USE INTENTION: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK


Mohammed Ishaq Mohammed, Noralfishah Sulaiman

Abstract:
Reverse mortgage is a relatively new financial product specially designed to enable the elderly people convert the trapped equity in their homes into liquid cash in order to supplement their existing income.


153-178
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  • AMBUSH MARKETING – CATCHPHRASE OF TODAY’S COMPETITIVE SCENARIO


Ms. Asawari A. Kadam, Ms. Swathi Vijaykumar

Abstract:
Due to increased competition and media fragmentation, today companies are looking for alternate media by which they are able to differentiate their offerings. One such medium is sponsorships.


179-190
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  • EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRINCIPALS TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND WORK ENGAGEMENT


D.Diksha & Roohi Kursheed Khan. S

Abstract:
The purpose of the present paper is to explore the relationship between the Principals transformational leadership and the work engagement among the Private and Government school teachers using correlation technique.


191-206
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  • Role of Regional Rural Banks in Developing Priority Sectors of India


Ajit, Asst. Professor

Abstract:
The success of rural credit in India is largely depends on their financial strength. Regional rural Banks plays a vital role in the agriculture and rural development of India. the RRBS have more reached to the rural area of India, through their huge network. RRBs are key financing institution at the rural level which shoulders responsibility of meeting credit needs different types of agriculture credit in rural areas.


207-212
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  • ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES OF GST IN INDIA


Sandhya

Abstract:
Goods and services Tax or GST a it is known is all to be a game changer for the Indian economy. GST is intended to include all these texes into one tax with seamless ITC and charged on both goods and services. Thus excise duty, special additional duty, services tax, VAT to name a few will get replaced and will be added into GST.


213-219
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  • THE EMERGING SECTORS IN RETAILING


Ashu

Abstract:
Indian retailing, thus enjoys many unique features, is still done in a primitive way. Barring a few exceptions, Indian retailers, particularly FMCG retailers, are not in a position to implement world-class practices of supply chain management. The concepts of Quick Response or Efficient Consumer Response are unheard of in Indian retailing.


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