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|1||Title : CULTURE OF DIALOGUE AMONG HUMAN SOCIETIES: AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE
Author Name : Dr. Ahmed Sebihi
Abstract : God, Almighty Exalted Be He, creates human beings and guides them in all their day today activities. The activities could be individual, social, cultural, spiritual, emotional and psychological…
|2||Title : JOB STRESS OF EXECUTIVE LEVEL EMPLOYEES: CASE OF APPAREL SECTOR IN SRI LANKA
Author Name : Jayarathna, S. M. D. Y & Rathnayake, L. R
Abstract : Over the years, there has been a significant concentration on recognition and managing job stress as an important organizational problem...
|3||Title : IMPACT OF ELECTRICITY CRISIS ON PAKISTAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
Author Name : Dr. Ayesha Kiran & Ms. Faiza Kiran
Abstract : The objective of the study is to find out the impact of electricity crisis in textile industry of Pakistan...
|4||Title : EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF INFLATION: SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM PERSPECTIVES
Author Name : Bashir Ahmed, Muhammad Waqas Khalid, Ashar Sultan Kayani, Adil Hameed Shah
Abstract : Probably ascend in the general value levels of merchandise and administrations seriously influence the monetary execution
|5||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 them and secure sustained competitive advantage...
|6||Title : PERFORMANCE OF RETAIL CONTEXT IN HOST COUNTRIES - A STUDY WITH RESPECT TO SELECT MACRO-ECONOMIC VARIABLES
Author Name : Dr.P.Chellasamy & N.Ponsabariraj
Abstract : The paper has to analyze the performance of retail context in select host countries...
|7||Title : TRADE OF SAARC NATIONS AND INDIA’S CAD
Author Name : Sultan Ahmad, Dr Mohd Sajid, Dr Mohd Naseem Siddiqui
Abstract : An important characteristic of the SAARC nations that they has abounded labour supply and has a comparative advantages in their production....
|8||Title : BRILLIANT MARKETING TACTICS OF FMCG MERCHANDISE IN RURAL SECTOR
Author Name : S.M. Faiz H.Rizvi & Dr. Peeyush Pandey
Abstract : Marketing plays an important role on sales of a product. As for FMCG products which has been considered as the heart of Indian economy...
|9||Title : TOURISM: A PROSPECTIVE SOURCE OF FOREX
Author Name : Sultan Ahmad, Sameena Bano, Dr. Dilshad Ahmad Ansari
Abstract : Tourism is an important economic activity for most of the countries and one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors globally.
|10||Title : GOOD GOVERNANCE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE 12TH FIVE YEAR PLAN STRATEGY
Author Name : Dileep Kumar. M, Ningaraju R, Mahadeva Swamy. D, Srinivasa D
Abstract : ‘Good governance’ is the most discussed and evaluated subject in academic and donor communities in the age of political globalization.
|11||Title : STATUS OF WOMEN POLITICAL REPRESENATIVES IN RURAL INDIA: ANALYSING OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
Author Name : Sumesh KK
Abstract : Since, the passing of 73rd constitutional amendment act, the major change that took place in context of women functionaries of Panchayat Raj Institutions....
|12||Title : DEVELOPING SELF CLEANING SURFACES OF TEXTILES BY NANOTECHNOLOGY
Author Name : Dr.Jaya Pandey & Dr.D.K.Awasthi
Abstract : Self-cleaning materials have a great deal of attention both in research and commercial applications.
|13||Title : IMPACT OF FDI IN SERVICE SECTORS IN INDIA: AUGMENTATION, DRIFTS AND SUSTAINABILITY CONCERNS
Author Name : Dr.P.Jeevarathinam
Abstract : The existence of efficient services in infrastructure is prerequisite for economic triumph. The services such as telecommunication, transport...
|14||Title : INDIA’S EXPERIENCE WITH MDG 4
Author Name : Ashwini Trivedi
Abstract : The Millennium Development Goals are spelt out in general terms, the targets under these Goals specifically outline the way to achieve the Goals in a specific time frame..
|15||Title : A STUDY ON THE TELEVISION VIEWING HABITS OF GENERATION Z WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BANGALORE CITY
Author Name : S.Hemanthkumar & Mohit Kallur
Abstract : The Indian Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry is a sunrise sector for the economy and is making high growth strides. Television has become one of the most important mass media...
|16||Title : TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION: A THREAT TO WORLD’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Author Name : Shiji.O
Abstract : Nowadays tourism plays an important role in the economic development of our world. The development of tourism has two sides-on the one side it conserves..
|17||Title : IMPACT OF FDI ON RETAIL ENVIRONMENT OF INDIA AND FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CONSUMER ATTITUDE & BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS ONLINE AND OFFLINE SHOPPING
Author Name : Dr Akil Hussain, Asma Khan, Sultan Ahmad
Abstract : India has witnessed a gradual albeit steady metamorphosis over the last decade alone. Despite the myriad advances over the years, the Indian retail sector continues...
|18||Title : IMPACT OF MARKETING MIX ON BUYING BEHAVIOUR -A CASE STUDY OF MOTORBIKE BUYERS IN JAFFNA DISTRICT
Author Name : S. Pragash Payson & M. Karunanithy
Abstract : Any organization which markets a particular product or product range should be able to satisfy predetermined needs and wants of target customers.
|19||Title : DALIT WOMEN IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW OF THEIR STATUS
Author Name : Dr. Bina Rai
Abstract : Caste has played an instrumental role in raising issues related to the more marginalized among women.
|20||Title : SAVING MOBILIZATION AND PMJDY IN INDIA
Author Name : Ruby Singh
Abstract : Household saving is the largest part of domestic savings of India because half of the population belongs to middle class.
|21||Title : AN ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL MIGRATION TYPES IN INDIA IN PURVIEW OF ITS SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS
Author Name : Aijaz Ahmad Turrey
Abstract : Migration is an extremely emerging phenomenon especially in the developing countries. It has a number of pros and cons.
|22||Title : FACTORS ON WHICH EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN DEPEND? A STUDY ON THE POOR TRIBAL WOMEN MEMBERS OF SHGs
Author Name : Triptimoy Mondal
Abstract : Self Help Groups (SHGs) mechanism is being considered as powerful weapon for the socio-economic upliftment of the poor and underprivileged section of the society in almost...
|23||Title : JOB SATISFACTION AMONG WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN INFORMAL SECTOR – A CASE STUDY ON SALES GIRLS, CLERKS AND NURSES IN VISAKHAPATNAM CITY
Author Name : Prof. D.M. Sheaba Rani
Abstract : Job satisfaction is especially an important attitude for an organization. Satisfaction is a function of the discrepancy between what individual want…
|24||Title : INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO COMBAT MALNUTRITION: WHAT CAN INDIA LEARN?
Author Name : Aparna Ruia, Dr.Gargi Bandyopadhyay, Dr.Rajul K Gupta
Abstract : Despite India having implemented many programmes to combat malnutrition over the last five decades, there has hardly been any improvement in malnutrition..
|25||Title : ECO –FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGY IN ENERGY PRODUCTION
Author Name : Dr. D.K. Awasthi & Dr.Jaya Panday
Abstract : Eco- friendly technology means, which does not destroy the environment, can be used in number of ways, does not generate any pollution..
|26||Title : PERFORMANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES: A STUDY OF RAJOURI DISTRICT OF (J&K)
Author Name : Dr. Dil Pazir & Shokit Hussain
Abstract : The present study is restricted to District Rajouri of Jammu and Kashmir. To find out the relationship between the Small and Medium enterprises and its impact on the performance...
|27||Title : CHOICE OF STRATEGY: THE MANAGERIAL AGENDA TO DETERMINE MISSION, VISION AND VALUES FOR BUSINESS ENTITY
Author Name : V.Mrunalini Sasanka & Dr.C.Chandrasekhara Rao
Abstract : The strategy of a firm is the central core of objectives and policies against which all major decisions are measured and all new strategy chosen...
|28||Title : FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA
Author Name : Pooja Srivastava
Abstract : Theories of international trade classify countries of the world mainly in two groups on the basis of availability of factors of production as labour abundant country and capital abundant country...
|29||Title : AN ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY OF TAX SYSTEM IN THE STATE OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Author Name : Samir Ul Hassan, Prof. Biswambhara Mishra, P. Srinivasa Suresh
Abstract : In recent years, the state of Jammu and Kashmir has been experiencing not only serious fiscal imbalances in terms of its resource mobilization capacity to meet the expenditure…
|30||Title : A CANDID SCENARIO OF INDUSTRIAL SICKNESS
Author Name : Mrs.U.Lubna Suraiya
Abstract : Small industrial units are the seedbed on industrial development. Sickness is an organic spectacle in the lifespan of industrial entities
|31||Title : EFFECT OF FOOD SECURITY ON POVERTY ALLEVIATION: CASE STUDY ON KALAHANDI DISTRICT (ODISHA)
Author Name : Babita Parida & Jiban Kumar Parida
Abstract : “Access by all people at all times to enough food for an active, healthy life" defined by World Bank on food security and Similarly, the Planning Commission of India...