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  • CHILD LABOUR IN SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN INDIA: SHARED EXPERIENCES FROM SPORTS INDUSTRIES OF MEERUT CITY


Dr. Vijaylaxmi Saxena

Abstract:
The practice of child labour is more prevalent in poor countries of Asia and Africa. This is due to poverty, unemployment, educational, backwardness, high rate of population growth, etc.


1-12
2
  • PIRACY IN THE 21ST CENTURY AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY


Vasu Gupta, Napasin Chamnantham

Abstract:
Pirates are not something that we can see in Hollywood movies, which go around spreading evil and looting the cargo ships during transit in the sea. This happens in reality also, and the maritime industry or the shipping industry has been adversely impacted by piracy.


13-18
3
  • EFFECTS OF STARTUP ACTION PLAN ON STARTUPS IN INDIA


Gaurav Bagra, Dr. Renu Pareek

Abstract:
India is a country of youth, which continuously comes up with new ideas and innovations. And in the era of innovations many young people have guts of launching new business start ups, but due to certain norms and reasons most of these starts doesn’t become able to make their plan success.


19-32
4
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT IN RETAIL STORES VS. ONLINE SHOPPING PORTAL


Ms Ishita Sachdeva, Dr. Sushma Goel

Abstract:
Through the evolution of marketing from the trade era to the marketing orientation era to today's social/marketing era, one factor has remained prevalent: customer engagement. Engagement is all about involvement and participation. When people participate in something they feel included.


33-45
5
  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) CLIMATE IN ENGINEERING COLLEGES OF ANDHRA PRADESH STATE


B.Sankar Naik, Dr .K. Nirmal Kumar Reddy

Abstract:
At present Scenario, organizations are operating in an environment of complexity and uncertainty where the only constant is climate. HRD assumes considerable role for survival and growth of any organization.


46-56
6
  • RISK, RETURN AND VOLATILITY OF INDIAN FMCG EQUITIES: AN EXPERIENCE OF GST IMPLEMENTATION


Dr. K. Ramesh

Abstract:
Goods and Services Tax (GST) plays a vital role in encouraging the economy of the country positively. It provides a simple tax structure instead of a complexity of more than 15 indirect taxes.


57-62
7
  • A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATION ON JOB PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYEES IN CHENNAI


Dr V. Surekha, Dr S. Anitha

Abstract:
This study is to investigate the relationship between motivations towards private sector employees. Most employees need motivation to feel good about their jobs and perform optimally .


63-69
8
  • A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS ON THE EVOLUTION OF MARINE FISHERIES IN INDIA


Dipayan Singha, Dr. Amit Majumder

Abstract:
Fishing for eradicating hunger is noticed as an activity from the Stone Age which has not became a profession of a large sector of people. Fishermen are engaged in farming or procurement of fish from water sources.


70-81
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  • CHALLENGES AND DISCLOSURE PRACTICES OF HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING


Farzad Yousefi, Dr. Suresh Kumar. K.S

Abstract:
Human resource Accounting (HRA) involves accounting for expenditure related to human asset in an organization as opposed to traditional accounting which merely expenses these costs and reduces profit which to our mind sub optimizes financial reporting. In India, the practice of Human Resource Accounting is more recent.


82-96
10
  • TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN BANKING INDUSTRY IN INDIA


Dr. Yellaswamy Ambati

Abstract:
Banks play an important and active role in the economic development of a country. Banking occupies one of the most important positions in the modern economic world.


97-105
11
  • IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON CONSUMER ATTITUDE TOWARDS A BRAND WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY


Dr. Rohit Bansal, Kanika Minocha

Abstract:
Hospitality industry is growing at a very rapid rate. Hence the importance of creating positive attitude becomes even more important and Social Media tools if use effectively can benefit the overall industry as a whole and a specific brand in particular.


106-120
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  • UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF EMPLOYABILITY – AN EASIER LOOK


Afifa Ibrahim

Abstract:
Employability is high on the educational and political agenda and defining what is meant by employability is as much of an issue today as it was 30 years ago. Much of it comes as a challenge to the young graduates who fail to inculcate the skills that are related and included in employability.


121-133
13
  • ADOPTION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES IN PUNJAB


Punam sharma, Dr. Vijay asdhir

Abstract:
The present study entitled “Corporate Governance Practices in India - A Study of Listed Companies of the State of Punjab and Chandigarh” was undertaken with the specific objective of studying the adoption of corporate governance practices in the corporate sector. Data was collected from Primary and secondary sources.


134-153
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  • INTERNAL MARKETING – AN ESSENTIAL CONDITION FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION?


Dr. Shampa Nandi, Dr. S. Shyam Prasad

Abstract:
Teachers in India have always been held in high esteem mostly as it is a noble profession. It was more of self-actualisation in the Maslow’s hierarchy.


154-183
15
  • UTILITY ANALYSIS OF CREDIT PROVIDED BY NABARD: AN EVALUATION IN CONTEXT OF RAJASTHAN ECONO0MY.


Dr. Vivek Sharma

Abstract:
Indian Economy is a developing economy where most of the people live in rural area and depend on agriculture and other related activity. Rajasthan is the largest state in country with a geographical area of 3.42 lakh sq. km after the partition of Madhya Pradesh.


184-198
16
  • MUTUAL FUND AN INVESMENT AVENUE AND SIP A MODE OF INVESTMENT


Aruna R. Shet

Abstract:
In today’s competitive environment, various types of investment avenues are available to investors. An investor invests in various types of investment depending upon his requirements.


199-207
17
  • CYBER FRAUD ANDE-BANKING IN INDIA


Shipra Mishra

Abstract:
‘Necessity is the mother of invention’, today this statement is truly applicable to all over the world, because each and every country wants to become the self sufficient and for this Information Technology plays an important role.


208-220
18
  • A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF SHIPPING COMPANIES ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN INDIA


Bhuvaneswari Sundaresan, Pallavi Shamdasani

Abstract:
This research paper aims to analyse and define the relationship between international trade and its effect on shipping industries and firms in this industry. Shipping has been an important human activity throughout history, particularly where prosperity depended primarily on international and interregional trade.


221-228
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  • IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL AND WORK VALUES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON INDIAN RETAIL SECTOR


Dr. Aman Khera

Abstract:
In today’s competitive world the success of the organization is measured by the work value and positive behaviour of its employees. The psychological capital on the emerging concept of positive psychology focuses on the approach of human at work.


229-243
20
  • DIVERSIFICATION OF AGRICULTURE IN UTTAR PRADESH


Dr Bimal Jaiswal, Anurima Banerjee

Abstract:
Agriculture is a mode of living in India. A large segment of India’s population still depends on agriculture and allied activities for their sustenance.


244-260
21
  • A STUDY OF TRENDS IN ORGANISED RETAIL SECTOR IN INDIA


Mrs Aarti Garg, Dr. Jaskiron Kaur

Abstract:
Retail Industry in India is at an interesting juncture today. It is standing at the cusp of unlocking new frontiers, auguring a potential that is riding high on technology.


261-274
22
  • CAUSES OF DELAY IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN TRI-CITY OF CHANDIGRAH, MOHALI AND PANCHKULA


Mr. Naveen Kumar

Abstract:
The objective of the study is to explore the causes of delay in infrastructure projects. Further, the aim is to observe the level of agreement of the perception of academicians/ researchers vis-à-vis practitioners regarding these causes of delays.


275-296
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  • PARTICIPATORY NOTES (PNS): ISSUES AND CHALLENGES FOR INDIAN CAPITAL MARKETS


C.A. (Dr.) Pramod Kumar Pandey

Abstract:
For the past few years Indian capital market was suffering from excessive speculation through investment in Participatory notes (PNs). These investments were mostly in derivative segment.


297-304
24
  • THE ROLE OF “KANYASHREE PRAKALPA” IN EMPOWERING ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN WEST BENGAL


Dr. Kakoli Adhikari

Abstract:
Initially child marriage outnumbered in West Bengal . To stop that, the government of West Bengal undertook Kanyashree Prakalpa.


305-315
25
  • E-COMMERCE AND ITS DIMENSIONS


Dr. S.K. Chaudhary

Abstract:
Internet is regarded as the most revolutionary discovery and invention of the human civilization till date. Its impact is in each and every sphere, its impact is incredible and dramatic.


316-321
26
  • GROWTH OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND ITS IMPACT TO THE INDIAN MARKET


Dr. Rohidas B.Pawar

Abstract:
Electronic commerce is the use of electronic communications and digital information processing technology in business transactions to create, transform and redefine relationships for value creation between or among organisation and between organisation and individuals.


322-328
27
  • A STUDY INTO FINANCIAL LITERACY OF PURBA MEDINIPUR DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF WEST BENGAL (INDIA): DETERMINANTS AND ITS IMPACT ON ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES


Debabrata Jana, Abhijit Sinha, Arindam Gupta

Abstract:
The present paper aims to identify the effect of demographic and socio-economic variables on financial literacy and its impact on access to financial services. For this study, primary data is collected from 400 respondents of Purba Medinipur district in West Bengal (India) with the help of a structured questionnaire.


329-346
28
  • AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION ON GREEN MARKETING AND GREEN PRODUCTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DHULE DISTRICT


Prof. Rohidas B.Pawar

Abstract:
Green marketing incorporates a broad range of activities, including product modification, changes to the production process, packaging changes, as well as modifying advertising. The paper aims to understanding the benefits of green products and its marketing in the present scenario.


347-353
29
  • UNDERSTANDING ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE THE ROLE OF CULTURE A REVIEW


Dr. Jagadish Brahma Goulap, Dr. Mohammed Seid

Abstract:
Entrepreneurial Orientation (EO) is a universally accepted concept that is applied by the small and medium sized organizations. The studies have shown a significant relationship between EO and business Performance.


354-373
30
  • ROLE OF REGIONAL RURAL BANKS IN INDIA


Dr. D. Balamuniswamy

Abstract:
The establishment of regional rural banks in India marks another important landmark in the banking history of the country. The RRBs were setup in 1975 as the 'poor man's bank' or 'low cost banks' to supplement the efforts of cooperative and commercial banks.


374-380
31
  • ‘EMPOWERING RURAL SOCIETY ABOUT INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT UNDER CSR BY ACC THONDEBHAVI LIMITED’


Niveditha M.U

Abstract:
This study is based on Rural Infrastructure Development and Management under CSR ACC Limited Thondebhavi Cement Works. It refers to the analysis of rural community development and the work done by this organization and its subordinate NGO’s for the well being of the society through Corporate social responsibility (CSR) various activities by following the well implemented policies.


381-393
32
  • CUSTOMERS’ CHOICE FOR OPENING AN ACCOUNT: COMPARISON BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA


Lipika Bhardwaj, Dr. Sanjay Kaushik, Dr. Jagdeep Singh

Abstract:
In this monopolistic era, where each and every organization is keen to know the perception of the customers towards their products or services, the present paper is a rescuer for the banking industry. The paper elucidates the factors affecting customers’ choice for public or private sector banks.


394-407
33
  • AUTONOMY AS DETERMINANT OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM LEADING TO EMPLOYABILITY


Dr. Anindita Chatterjee

Abstract:
The above statement holds true to a great extent especially in case of higher education(HE) in any country. Students passing out from HE generally emerge as economic contributor within any society as a professional, entrepreneur or leader.


408-417
34
  • HANDLOOM SECTOR IN INDIA: A LITERATURE REVIEW OF GOVERNMENT REPORTS


Parala Venkata Sree Vyshnavi, Suja S Nair

Abstract:
Handlooms, a traditional wear in India has lost its significance slowly with the advent of low cost and eye catchy synthetic materials. However, with the notion of ‘Make in India’ campaign and the planning commission giving it a due place in the economic sector under other priority sectors is regaining its unique identity.


418-438
35
  • COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMMES BETWEEN GOVERNMENT SECTOR AND PRIVATE SECTOR.


Dr. G. Kanaka Mahalakshmi

Abstract:
Newly recruited employees require training so as to perform their tasks effectively. Instruction, guidance, coaching help them to handle jobs competently, without any wastage. Training is necessary to prepare existing employees for higher level job promotion.


439-455
36
  • THE EXPERIMENTS OF MANAGING THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY AS A THIRD WORLD NATION: THE ROLE OF NIGERIAN ECONOMISTS


ODUNEKA, Anagha Emiemu & BASSEY, Christian Effiong

Abstract:
The heart of this paper is to respond to the prolonged debates on the role of economists in ensuring current management of the Nigerian economy. The paper starts by reviewing the meaning of economics as a discipline and the role of economists as practitioners and the various interrelationships in managing the economy that are observed in practice.


456-472
37
  • PROGRESS AND QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


Dr. Ankeshwar Prakash

Abstract:
Quality is required in every walk of life. With the advent of globalization, it has gained importance in the field of education also.


473-482
38
  • COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIAN STOCK MARKET WITH INTERNATIONAL STOCK MARKET


Rahul Sharma and Diksha Chawla

Abstract:
The concept of risk and return plays a vital role in the investment process, business organization, economic, political, and technological issues/problems. In the paper, three levels have been taken to measure the performance of the Stock Indices. In the first level, the Return (Log Mean), Risk (Standard Deviation), have been calculated. In the second level, it provides an overview of volatility of stock exchange and about Efficiency of the Market. The correlation among the Indices performance has been calculated in the third level. This research paper shows the trends, similarities and patterns in the activities and movements of the Indian Stock Market in comparison to its international counterparts.


483-494
39
  • HARYANA STATE AS A TOURIST DESTINATION


Pawan Kumar

Abstract:
Tourism is an integral part of human life .It is a situation where person from one country, or region to another region and country for a short run period, is included in the concept of tourism. Tourism is a foremost source of economic development and a catalyst for employment generation . Haryana has enormous potentiality of growth in the Tourism sector with its varied attractions. The State aims at tie together with the direct and multiplier effects of tourism in employment generation, poverty deduction and women empowerment in an environmentally sustainable manner.


495-502
40
  • INDIAN RAILWAY AND TOURISM


Pawan Kumar

Abstract:
Tourism is one of the fastest growing industry in the world. Tourism is travelling for pleasure and come back to their origin place. There are three major components in tourism namely Attraction, Accessibility and Accommodation. Accessibility refers to the way in which tourist access to a destination. There are different modes of transport in India for tourist. Among all railways is one of the preferred mode of transport. In addition to the transport of tourist to and within a destination, Indian Railway itself be a tourist attraction. Indian Railways offers many train tours to the tourist for the promotion and development of tourism. The present paper examines the railway infrastructure in India and various tour package and facilities provided by Indian Railways to the tourist. Here we will discuss about the luxury tourist trains and hill trains of India. The data used are secondary in nature


503-508
41
  • Role of Shareholders in Corporate Restructuring


Dr. Swaricha Johri*,Dr. Renuka Bakshi*& CA Shashi Sawhney**

Abstract:
Corporate restructuring is the re-organization of the share-capital of the company or reorganizing the legal ownership and financial structure of the company.The idea of the ‘structure’ as such, is strongly linked to the existence of an objects clause in the Memorandum of Association. In the present study it is attempted to juxtapose the idea of ‘restructuring’ with how the law has evolved with regard to the ‘structure’ of a company. However, as the years progressed, companies began to include practically every conceivable activity in their object clause, and therefore, the doctrine, to that extent was practically eclipsed. It is precisely in this setting and context that this article aims at evaluating the role of shareholders in ‘restructuring’, with a critical analysis of available mechanisms for articulating dissent and an analysis of the exit option available for dissentor.


509-516
42
  • A STUDY OF PRESENT PICTURE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF E-COMMERCE STARTUPS IN INDIA


Chetan Ahuja

Abstract:
Millions of people in India use internet and telecommunication services every day. This country is just on the 2nd number as compare to China and USA in the in the terms of number of internet users. India is currently experiencing a revolution because it has around 245 million internet users in the year 2017.


517-524
43
  • ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AND CHANGE


Sarita Kumari

Abstract:
Organisational culture is an emergence, complex, incalculable state that result from combination of different elements. The culture of any organisation includes the shared norms,


525-531
44
  • MICRO FINANCE: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY


Dr. Shiny .V.N

Abstract:
Microfinance makes people economically independent by putting capital and financial resources in their hands. Economic independence results in higher bargaining power and subsequently results in higher prestige and self-esteem. Microfinance is a source of financial services for entrepreneurs and small businesses


532-538
45
  • Systematic Functions of HRM in Infrastructure Development


G.S.JAYESH

Abstract:
Issues relating to linkages of social sector with economic growth have been in much attention by researchers in recent times. A number of academic as well as policy measures have contributed to this phenomenon. At the academic level there has always been felt for relook into the importance of linkages of social sector with economic growth. A question that is frequently raised in connection with human development is whether it has link with economic growth and social development. Therefore, in this study, an attempt is made to study issues relating to linkages of social sector with economic growth.


539-547
46
  • A STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS WITH RESPECT TO EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER RELATIONSHIP IN MEDIUM SCALE AUTOMOBILE AND AUTO ANCILLARY INDUSTRIES IN PUNE REGION


Prof Bhushan Pednekar Dr. Prasanna Deshmukh

Abstract:
Automobile industries are contributing to country’s growth in large extent. Sector is growing and expected to grow in coming period as well. Medium scale automobile and auto ancillary industries are growing. Reason for growth is due to open global market. It creates lot of new business opportunities.


548-555
47
  • A STUDY ON DIGITALIZATION IN PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT


Mrs.Nandini Singh Bhati Dr. Lokeshver Singh Jodhana

Abstract:
Information technology systems have affected Organisations and Human Resource Department to the great extent. IT is introduced with rationale that it could propose benefits such as cost reduction, saves time and strategic transformation. More and more organisation has been replacing face – to – face human resource management activities with electronic human resource management (e-HRM). Many organisation have invested in e-HRM systems to transform the Human Resource Department into a strategically. This paper attempts to explore the latest trends in adopting IT for Human Resources practices by many Indian Organisations. This highlights the changing role of e-HRM in organisation.


556-562
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