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|1||Title : THE IMPACT OF THE LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO CRYSTALLIZE OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL SYMMETRY OF TEACHING STAFF IN THE PRIVATE JORDANIAN UNIVERSITIES
Author Name : Dr. Majid Abdul-Mahdi Mesaadah
Abstract : The study aimed to identify the impact of the leadership skills to crystallize of the organizational symmetry of teaching staff in the private Jordanian universities..
|2||Title : MANAGE THE LATER LIFE PROACTIVELY: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL-ECONOMIC STATUS AND PROACTIVE COPING ORIENTATION OF ELDERS- THE MEDIATING EFFECT OF SOCIAL SUPPORT
Author Name : Ming-Hao Liang & Hui-Chuan Wei
Abstract : By utilizing proactive coping strategy, elders can better prepare for and cope with various stresses that may arise in their later life..
|3||Title : EMPOWERING SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMEs) WITH INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICTs):GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Author Name : Dr Henry Ongori
Abstract : SMEs contribution to both developing and developed economies cannot be underestimated specifically in breeding of entrepreneurs and job creation opportunities...
|4||Title : STRATEGIC CHOICE, ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING, TOP MANAGEMENT TEAM PROCESSES AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: A CRITICAL LITERATURE REVIEW
Author Name : Ayuya Angeline Mukokho & Dr. Ombaka Beatrice
Abstract : Organizations are in a constant search for ways of distinguishing themselves from rivals and competitors in a bid to outperform....
|5||Title : EVALUATION OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF VALUE ADDED TAX TO THE NIGERIA ECONOMY
Author Name : Omokhuale, Immanuella
Abstract : This paper evaluate empirically the contribution of Value Added Tax (VAT) to Nigeria from 2000-2012. Data were collected from Central Bank of Nigeria...
|6||Title : RELEVANCE OF CURRICULUM IN PRIVATE COLLEGES TO THE NATIONAL GOALS OF EDUCATION: THE CASE OF COMMERCIAL COLLEGES IN BARINGO COUNTY, KENYA
Author Name : Shadrack K Cheplogoi
Abstract : This study sort to establish the Relevance of the curriculum offered in private Commercial colleges to the national goals of Education...
|7||Title : A SURVEY OF INTERNET FINANCIAL REPORTING IN SRI LANKA
Author Name : A.M.Sheham
Abstract : The purpose of this paper is to investigate the extent and variety of practices of internet ﬁnancial reporting (IFR) by companies listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange
|8||Title : SERVICE QUALITY ASSESSMENT USING SERVQUAL SCALE FOR GOLDFINCH HOTEL MANGALORE
Author Name : Dr R. Krishnakumar & Prof.K.Ravichandran
Abstract : As delivering best service is the main motive of the Hotel industry, it is very important for a hotel to know the expectation and perception..
|9||Title : TEXTILE POLLUTION AND SOCIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS- A CASE STUDY IN THE SELECTED VILLAGES OF NOYYAL RIVER BELT, TAMILNADU
Author Name : Dr. S.T.Akilan
Abstract : In India, the major sources of contamination of natural waters, including coastal waters, is the discharge of untreated industrial wastes...
|10||Title : CO-OPERATIVES GROWTH FROM PRE-INDEPENDENCE TO POST INDEPENDENCE PERIOD IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Author Name : Neha Bandral
Abstract : Cooperatives in agriculture plays a vital role in fostering rural development not only in developing countries like India but also in advanced economies...
|11||Title : A STUDY OF ATTITUDE AND AWARENESS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
Author Name : Dr. Sehdev Hooda
Abstract : It is the time for the great concern for protection and preservation of natural resources which can only be possible if we have a right type of attitude towards proper awareness....
|12||Title : GEOGRAPHIC CONCENTRATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL DROPOUT: EVIDENCE FROM NORTH-EASTERN REGION OF INDIA
Author Name : Nurzamal Hoque & Rimee Bhuyan
Abstract : By using adjusted geographic concentration index the paper explores the geographic concentration of primary school dropout across states and districts of north-eastern region...
|13||Title : GOVERNMENT EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVES AND ENROLMENT IN INDIAN STATES
Author Name : Rupa Bakor Kharshiing & Veronica Pala
Abstract : The objective of this paper is to analyze the various incentives provided by the Government of India towards education and to investigate whether there...
|14||Title : SUSTAINABILITY OF COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM IN SRI LANKA
Author Name : A.M.Sheham
Abstract : Proper management practices could contribute towards the attainment of social and environmental sustainability. However, determining proper management practice require an understanding....
|15||Title : HORIZONTAL FISCAL IMBALANCES: ISSUES AND MEASUREMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO URBAN LOCAL BODIES
Author Name : Dr. Mohd. Azam Khan & Aditi Agrawal
Abstract : The federal structure in India is a three-tiered constitutionally demarcated system that allocates funds according to specific functions as listed in three separate mandates....
|16||Title : A STUDY ON JOB SATISFACTION OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES
Author Name : Pinak Deb, Prof. Dinesh Kumar Pandiya & Dr. Kingshuk Adhikari
Abstract : The objective of the study is to analyse the relative importance of the select organisational factors capable of influencing job satisfaction of employees working in branches of United Bank of India...
|17||Title : A STUDY ON THE ATTITUDES, BELIEFS AND ASSUMPTIONS OF SMALL MEDIUM ENTREPRENEURS TOWARDS CSR IN CHENNAI CITY
Author Name : M.Asha Banu
Abstract : The small and medium enterprise (SME) firms are often described as ‘rigid to reach’ and lagging behind in CSR practices due to management and resourcing issues..
|18||Title : FINANCIAL LITERACY AMONG WOMEN: A SAMPLE STUDY IN THE KAMRUP DISTRICT OF ASSAM
Author Name : Anjali Devi
Abstract : Financial literacy is the mix of one’s knowledge, skill, and attitude towards financial matter. Due to increasing rate of work participation of women in developed and developing..
|19||Title : VARIOUS LEADING PRINCIPLES IN FAVOUR OF ACQUIRING AND KEEPING TOP IT TALENT
Author Name : Richa Verma & Dr. Tulika Pandit
Abstract : Many business leaders believe that it is the talent within their organisations that creates a competitive advantage and can be a real differentiator many are still struggling...
|20||Title : SHARIAH ISSUES RELATING TO AN ISLAMIC SECURITY - SUKUK
Author Name : Erisa Langari Zadeh
Abstract : This paper aims to identify issues on Shariah regarding Islamic capital markets in particular Sukuk. Having aspects similar to that of conventional bond rise a matter of concern..
|21||Title : STARTUPS - DETERMINED TO CONQUER
Author Name : Prof. P. Maheswari
Abstract : India is always known for innovation from the early times. If one looks at the history and legacy of India one can easily find that a lot of innovation started in India...
|22||Title : FACTORS INFLUENCING MARINERS’ TRANSITION TO SHORE JOBS IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT-AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
Author Name : Prof. K.R. Chidambaram & Dr. B. Madhavan
Abstract : Ninety percent of the World’s cargo is moved by shipping mode. Shipping Industry is one of the vital industries of the World....
|23||Title : NATURAL RESOURCES AND CHALLENGES OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF THE OIL PRODUCING AREAS IN NIGERIA
Author Name : Greg E Edame & Effiong, Charles Efefiom
Abstract : The development of any economy is dependent upon how the available resources at its disposal have been utilized and preserved for the betterment of immediate owners...
|24||Title : AN HISTORICAL OVERVIEW HINDU TEMPLES OUTSIDE INDIA
Author Name : Dr.R.B.Kokatanur
Abstract : In India, temples are a accepted sight, as our country has a actual top allotment of Hindus. About alfresco India they are not so common...
|25||Title : MANAGING TALENT EXODUS -A NEW CHALLENGE FOR EDUCATION SECTOR
Author Name : Lekha. H & Dr. Bino Thomas
Abstract : Although teacher recruitment and retention have been policy concerns for many years, the strategic alignment of educator talent management initiatives has only recently begun to gain momentum...