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|1||Title : EFFECT OF VOLUNTARY BENEFITS ON RETENTION OF NON-TEACHING EMPLOYEES IN PUBLIC TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN KISUMU COUNTY, KENYA
Author Name : Mr. Onyango Amon & Dr. Odondo Juma Alphonce
Abstract : Public Tertiary Institutions (PTIs) are Technical and Vocational Training Colleges that provide training to over 70% of school leavers in Kenya.
|2||Title : SOME PROPERTIES OF THE WEIGHTED LINDLEY DISTRIBUTION
Author Name : Dr Shakila Bashir & Dr Mujahid Rasul
Abstract : A one parameter Lindley distribution is considered in this paper. The main aim of this paper is to develop weighted Lindley distribution.
|3||Title : INDIA-QATAR BILATERAL TRADE RELATION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
Author Name : Imran Alam
Abstract : India’s trade relation with Qatar is increasing over the period of time. In 2014-15, Qatar ranked fourteenth amongst the leading trading partner of India
|4||Title : THE ECONOMIC ASPECT OF IMMIGRATION INTO ASSAM
Author Name : Swabana Mamtaz
Abstract : People have a tendency to migrate from one place to another in search of better livelihood. Of course there must be some reasons which motivate them to leave their born place...
|5||Title : THE NEW ERA OF ECOPRENEURS: CASE STUDY OF MITTI COOL
Author Name : Dr.Mrudula Trivedi
Abstract : The concept of Ecopreneurship gained recognition after 1970’s. Innovations are growth drivers of the economy and along with economic benefits, it is essential that innovations deliver green benefits...
|6||Title : A STUDY ON OCCUPATIONAL STRESS OF UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE TEACHERS
Author Name : Santi Devi & Dr. Polee Saikia
Abstract : The present study is intended to gain knowledge about the level of occupational stress of male and female undergraduate college teachers working in rural and urban areas...
|7||Title : A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RESTRUCTURED OR REVIVED SLPES IN KERALA
Author Name : Haseena Jasmine C K
Abstract : This paper looks at the vulnerability of the restructured public sector enterprises in Kerala. It is a comparative analysis of the selected State Level Public Enterprises...
|8||Title : FACTORS DETERMINING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF INDIA-AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
Author Name : Prof. Nikhil Bhusan Dey, Dr. Kingshuk Adhikari & Mihir Ranjan Bardhan
Abstract : Life insurance in India is a growth-oriented industry. In the year 2000, life insurance industry has been liberalized and thereafter more than fortyyears of monopoly with Life Insurance Corporation of India...
|9||Title : ADDICTION TO SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES IN YOUNG GENERATION OF TRIPURA
Author Name : Dr. Arpita Acharya
Abstract : This study intends to know whether the pattern of emotional adjustment, social adjustment, feeling of loneliness and parent child relationship of high social network users of Tripura
|10||Title : CONSUMPTION PATTERN OF FAVOURITE FOOD IN TWINCITIES IN KARNATAKA
Author Name : Dr.Seetha Naik
Abstract : This paper focuses on consumer consumption pattern in twincities. To analyze the impact of Demographic variables. The paper examines purchase decision and brand selection.
|11||Title : FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) – A BRIEF STUDY
Author Name : Anurag Sharma
Abstract : FDI is Foreign Direct Investment, which now days is a much talked about topic in common parlance, but still there exist a very thin veil which needs to be taken off so that a common man can understand what FDI...
|12||Title : ECONOMICS OF POULTRY FARMING: A CRITICAL REVIEW
Author Name : E.P.Vijayakumar & K.Damodaran
Abstract : The paper critically analyses the existing reviews in the area of poultry farming from an economics perspective. Both in India and abroad a number of empirical studies on income, employment...
|13||Title : GRATITUDE: STRENGTH OF HUMAN LIFE
Author Name : D. Vasanta Kumari, Kritika Mishra & Preetam Pyari
Abstract : Gratitude is a powerful learning strategy. Now a day, stress has been laid education.
|14||Title : Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR – A SOCIO RELIGIOUS REFORMER OF INDIA
Author Name : Dr. Nirmal Raj
Abstract : Like Buddha, Mahaveera, Phule and Gandhi, Ambedkar also a great socio religious reformer of India. As a great son of India was belonged to untouchable community who served for the cause of nation building of this subcontinent.
|15||Title : THE WORLD AFTER GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS OF 2006-08: BIO FUEL, FOOD FEED COMPETITION, COMMODITIES MARKET AND DEMAND SUPPLY MISMATCH
Author Name : Harshil Sharma
Abstract : Food security is one of the key characteristics for an economy to develop. The global food crisis of 2006-08 has created the threat to this food security globally.
|16||Title : KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Author Name : Anuradha Dhankar
Abstract : Knowledge management is about using brain power of an organization in a systematic & organized manner in order to achieve efficiencies, ensure competitive advantage...
|17||Title : ATTITUDE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS MATHEMATICS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
Author Name : Nutan Sharma
Abstract : The purpose of this study is to compare the high school students attitude towards mathematics. A total of 160 high school students were selected random-cum-purposive basis
|18||Title : YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS IN INDIA
Author Name : Arnab Roy
Abstract : Unemployment is a major macroeconomic issue that affects people severely as well as directly. If a person lose his/her job then his/her standard of living reduced and a psychological distress occurs
|19||Title : FUTUROLOGY OF EDUCATION- MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
Author Name : Dr.Pahup Singh Tyagi & Ms.Binti Dua
Abstract : Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are a recent development in the area of e-learning and distance education that gains significant popularity among both students and educators
|20||Title : EMPLOYMENT THROUGH THE EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGES: AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE DATA OF GUJARAT AND UTTAR PRADESH
Author Name : Jayshree Chugh & Kirti Zankharia
Abstract : The growing nationwide unemployment problem is to be considered as detrimental to the socio-economic development of the country. Unemployment in India is a serious social issue.
|21||Title : URBANIZATION IN COASTAL KARNATAKA IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Author Name : Prof. Nirmal Raju
Abstract : The process of the urbanization in Coastal Karnataka in the eighteenth century is very unique in the history of Karnataka in particular and India in general.
|22||Title : TEACHER EFFICACY IMPROVES ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS
Author Name : S.Murugan & Dr. P.Srinivasn
Abstract : Introduction of Education, Teacher Efficacy, and Qualities of a Good Teacher, Teacher, and Professional Teaching are discussed.
|23||Title : PERCEPTION OF EMPLOYEES TOWARDS ORGANISATIONAL CLIMATE, MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE
Author Name : Dr.A.Arockiadass
Abstract : Organisational climate has its major influence on the performance of the workforce which is determined by the level of its satisfaction and motivation...
|24||Title : A STUDY ON GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE OF MSMEs IN INDIA
Author Name : Noushad. K & Arun.K.V
Abstract : Micro small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play a vital role in accelerating the economic growth of the country.
|25||Title : A STUDY ON PARENTAL STYLE AMONG ADOLESCENCE AND ADULTHOOD
Author Name : Sabik.K & Soubeena.P.T
Abstract : Family is the first school, and parents are the first teachers of every child and should remain their best teacher throughout life.
|26||Title : WOMEN PROFESSOR’S OPINION TOWARDS THE WORK ENVIRONMENT
Author Name : S. Krishnaveni & Dr. N. Kavitha
Abstract : The basic unit of society is a women. A society would never come into existence without the contribution of women.
|27||Title : WAR CRIMES UNDER INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW- A STUDY
Author Name : Sundaramurthy Purushothaman
Abstract : The twentieth century has been a remarkable period of international judicialization...