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  • A STUDY ON INVESTMENT HABITS AMONG GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES


JASNA P

Abstract:
The understanding of the relationship between the savings and investment pattern is essential as savings forms the basis for the development of the economy. If the savings and investment pattern among the households is good, then it results in the development of both money and capital market and in turn the economy.


1-8
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  • IMPACT OF AGE ON USAGE OF MOBILE APPS (EMPERICAL STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOBILE APP USAGE AND AGE FACTOR)


Swati Agarwal, Vinod Soni

Abstract:
India is an emerging economy which is affecting world statistics when it comes to consumption of latest technology or embracing latest changes in the world. With a growing middle class population which has improved standard of living, advent of internet, exposure to the world platform, the Indian population is outshining many developed countries in its consumption patterns.


9-17
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  • RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN BUSINESS SCHOOLS CASE BASED RESEARCH


Dr. Renu Bhargava

Abstract:
The purpose of this case based research paper is to provide a critical analysis of the fundamental challenges facing the role of business schools in implementing Responsible Management Education (RME) and related contributions in the areas of education, research and faculty role. The paper builds its case based on the existing literature on the needed changes in business schools.


18-32
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  • A STUDY ON FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE BASED UPON THE TEN C’S ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS IN INDIA : A CASE OF TATA TELE SERVICES LIMITED


Aarti Sharma, Ashish Dhar Mishra

Abstract:
The paper aims at elucidating the meaning and importance of employee engagement with special reference to its effect on employee performance and also to identify the factors affecting its effectual implementation.


33-48
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  • MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES ON GROWTH OF NON-VIOLENT MOVEMENTS IN INDIA


Dr Dharmendra Mehta, Dr Naveen K Mehta

Abstract:
The right to protest is an integral aspect of a healthy democracy. The ability to express political ideas and opinions at the heart of the democratic system is equally essential.


49-54
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  • EVA AND TRADITIONAL ACCOUNTING-BASED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES: WHICH ONE IS REALLY INFORMATIVE IN EXPLICATING VARIATION IN SHAREHOLDERS’ VALUE ADDED?


Mr. Mahesh Kumar Kurmi, Dr. Debdas Rakshit

Abstract:
In early 1990’s a classic swing of the company’s focus over shareholders wealth maximization had led to emerge an alternate approach of performance measures bearing in mind the economic profit as key input which are popularly known as modern value based measures of financial performance.


55-70
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  • THE IMPACT OF POWER BASES IN CO-OPERATIVE LEADERSHIP PERFORMANCE: THE CASE OF KIAMBU YOUTH SACCO LIMITED, KIAMBU COUNTY, KENYA


JARED MARK OCHIENO MATABI

Abstract:
The co-operatives play a vital role in development. A co-operative is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprise.


71-85
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  • INFLUENCE OF LEADING AND LAGGING INDICATORS ON PRICE-EARNINGS RATIO OF NIFTY: A STUDY


Dr B.M.Kanahalli, Ravindra

Abstract:
The present paper aims to determine the influence of leading and lagging indicators on the Price-Earnings ratio of nifty for the period form 2011-2015. The study uses statistical tools such as multiple regression analysis, Karl Pearson correlation analysis to study the influence of leading and lagging indicators on Price-Earnings ratio of Nifty.


86-99
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  • “A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY OF FMCG PRODUCT AND MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS OF MARKETING EXECUTIVES”


Mr. A. Sivaprakash, Dr. G. Chandraseakaran

Abstract:
Most of the existing studies of employee motivation are confined to a study of their attitudes and feeling their job. Rarely do we find studies that examine motivation by studying organizational climate and employer-employee relationship.


100-104
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  • ROLE OF INFORMATION SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY IN PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS OF INDIA


Priyanka

Abstract:
Information Systems is a set of interconnected elements that functiontogether to achieve the common drive or objective of providing information.Information technology refers to the acquisition, processing, storing anddistribution of all types of information using computer technology and telecommunication systems.


105-111
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  • SUPPLY, PLACE OF SUPPLY AND TIME OF SUPPLY UNDER GST REGIME


C.A. (Dr.) Pramod Kumar Pandey

Abstract:
GST is a destination based consumption tax. The notion of GST is one tax for India. The final date for implementing Goods and Services Tax (GST) is from 1st July, 2017.


112-122
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  • IMPACT OF MERGERS AND ACQUISITION ON INDIAN BANKS: A STUDY ON MERGERS OF ICICI BANK AND BANK OF RAJASTHAN.


Mrs. Richa Agrawal

Abstract:
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are transactions in which the ownership of companies and their operating units are transferred or combined. As an aspect of management, M&As can allow enterprises to grow, shrink, and change the nature of their business.


123-134
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  • UNIVERSITY FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: EXTENSION AND OUTREACH PROGRAMMES


Dr. Ritu Bakshi

Abstract:
Higher education institutions are mandated to provide extension services in three main areas i.e teaching, research and production of productive human beings. This is in appreciation of the vital role colleges and universities play in the development of communities, societies and nation at large especially the underserved, depressed and rural people.


135-144
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  • TYPOLOGIES OF CORPORATE SICKNESS


R. Lakshmi,

Abstract:
Today, each and every business organization is facing some sort of problems. Some businesses are recovering and some are disappearing from markets and competition. The reasons are varying based on the nature and size of the business.


145-153
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  • EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) INFLOWS INTO INDIAN ECONOMY


Dr. Sarada Chengalvala

Abstract:
Foreign direct investment (FDI) serves as a facilitating factor for economic growth of various countries. FDI assumes greater significance in light of the globalization phenomenon embraced by many economies in the world in the recent years.


154-160
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  • A STUDY ON GREEN MARKETING HELPS TO SAFETY OF WORLD LIFE


Dr. M. Rajesh,

Abstract:
Green marketing is a marketing philosophy that promotes production and selling of pure (eco-friendly) products with protection of ecological balance. Green marketing involves multiple activities.


161-168
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  • “PORT USERS LEVEL OF SATISFACTION TOWARDS CARGO HANDLING PROCESS- AN ANALYTICAL STUDY”


Mr. L. Prakash, Dr. B. Thangaraj

Abstract:
This study has focused on analyzing the procedure of Cargo handling through Chennai Port trust. The scope of the study is restricted to 100 customers only.


169-177
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  • ROLE OF “ MAKE IN INDIA” IN INDIAN DEFENCE


Dr. Chitra Rathore

Abstract:
Make in India campaign by the government of India can change the image of the country as a hub for manufacturing simultaneously also as a destination to do business. Dissatisfied by India's status as the world's biggest arms importer, the Indian government wants to build an advanced defence industry with an aim to turn the country into a manufacturing powerhouse.


178-184
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  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS


Sandeep Randhawa, Dr. Sanjay Bahl

Abstract:
The emphasis on management of occupational stress (OS) in the corporate world assumes that the ability to manage occupational stress is associated with enhanced organizational effectiveness which suggests that OS is a vital tool having sturdy and significant impact on both employee’s organizational effectiveness and overall organizational effectiveness.


185-199
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  • FINANCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH DIGITISATION


Dr. Hetal Gaglani, Dr. Smita Rao

Abstract:
Digital India is an initiative by the Government of India to ensure that financial services are made available to citizens even at last mile electronically by improving online infrastructure and by increasing Internet connectivity. This paper tries to identify the Challenges encountered for digital financial inclusion and suggestions to rise above the challenges are also discussed.


200-214
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  • INCREASING TREND OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY


Sonika Chaudhary

Abstract:
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a business approach that contributes to sustainable development by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits for all stakeholders. It is the moral obligation of corporations to do something for the betterment of others without expecting anything in return.


215-225
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  • PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AS PRACTISED IN SAVA HEALTHCARE LIMITED


Ms. Himani Rawat., Dr. Stella Samuel

Abstract:
Performance Management System (PMS) is an important function of Human Resource Department where individual output is connected with business. Individual roles and responsibilities are linked with HR objectives and further aligned with Company’s Mission and Vision.


226-235
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  • BOOTSTRAPPING IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS QUALITY RESEARCH: A MEASUREMENT STUDY


Rubén Molina & Joel Bonales

Abstract:
This article describes a a PLS and Bootstrapping algorithmof estimating properties of an estimator, such as its variance, by measuring those properties when sampling from an approximating distribution.


236-249
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  • A STUDY ON EFFECT OF MARKET TIMING ON CAPITAL STRUCTURE: A CASE OF INDIAN COMPANIES LISTED AT NSE


Mrs.K.Bhagyalakshmi, Dr.S.Saraswathi, Dr.Y.Ramakrishna

Abstract:
Market timing plays a significant role for determination of capital structure for Indian companies. Every Company needs to raise capital using debt or equity.


250-259
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  • CUSTOMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS LIFE INSURANCE SERVICES IN NORTH TELANGANA


Rajidi Rammohan Reddy, T. Krishna Kumar

Abstract:
The spread of knowledge, education, internet, and the act of privatization has contributed to an exceptional growth of the Indian insurance sector. Insurance has moved out from being a mere risk coverage activity to that of very attractive investment avenues for the common man.


260-269
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  • TOURISM IN INDIA- ITS CONTRIBUTION IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS, GDP AND EMPLOYMENT


Dr Mala sharma

Abstract:
India is a developing country with second highest population and demographic dividend. Large population can be our strength if it is educated and well employed.


270-274
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  • Attitudes of HRM for Long-Lasting Economic Development


G.S.JAYESH

Abstract:
The highest unemployment rate in the United States (US), 24.9%, was reported during the great depression from August 1929 to June 1938, and it remained above 10% until 1941. The US unemployment rate reached another high of 9.8% in 2009. Some market watchers predict it will occur again in the next two years. The economy's slow growth causes higher rates of unemployment with declining gross domestic product (GDP). Fewer jobs mean less income for US citizens, and less money available to spend leads to less consumption.


275-286
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  • Women Managers and Glass Ceiling Effect


PROF. PARUL SHAIR

Abstract:
It is frequently claimed that the growth of e-commerce has created a more competitive environment. It is argued that lower production costs of online retailers encourages new entry in previously concentrated sectors, and a marked reduction in search costs and switching costs increase the intensity of competition.As Internet-based commerce becomes increasingly widespread, large data sets about the demand for and pricing of a wide variety of products become available. These present exciting new opportunities for empirical economic and business research, but also raise new statistical issues and challenges. This paper studies about the pricing strategies that are followed by companies online and how it has impacted the business.Since the 1970s women have clearly made great advances toward equality in education and in the resultant employment opportunities afforded by an excellent education.Female leaders have emerged over the last forty years and are making their mark in the business world. The paper discusses the problem of glass ceiling in organisational sectorand further about the various hurdles that comes in the way of women in their journey to emerge as managerial leaders. The solutions to all these challenges are discussed so that the position of women can be made better and strong.


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