March 2015
VOLUME : 3         ISSUE: 3
Table of contents
1 Title : INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR’S ACTIVISM AND CORPORATE GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT IN PAKISTAN
Author Name : Muhammad Atif Imran khan korai & Muhammad Akhtar Mehtab
Abstract : This study examine the institutional investor’s activities that seduces the corporate managers to work in the best interests of their shareholders…….MAR/15/566

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3 Title : PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT (A SURVEY ON SELECT SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN VISAKHAPATNAM)
Author Name : Prof. N. Kishore Babu, Vinay Chaitanya Ganta & Dr. Naresh Sidagam
Abstract : Entrepreneurial development is a systematic and an organized development of a person to an entrepreneur…….MAR/15/570

4 Title : A STUDY OF HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF INDIAN COMMODITY MARKET
Author Name : Dr. Shree Bhagwat, Angad Singh Maravi, Ritesh Omre & Deepak Chand
Abstract : The main purpose of this study historical background of commodity market in India. The commodity market provides trading to trade commodities of varied types. …….MAR/15/583

5 Title : A STUDY ON THE ROLE OF TEACHERS ON THE USES OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOLS OF TRIPURA
Author Name : Mahua Choudhury
Abstract : This paper examines the role of Teachers in using Educational Technology in the schools of Tripura. Technology is increasingly becoming popular in educational institutions. …….MAR/15/576

6 Title : INTERNET AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY- TRANSITION TOWARDS INFOTECH SOCIETY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS
Author Name : Mallikarjun Chanmal & Uma.T.G
Abstract : The boom in technology and information technology really started to show its impact since the late ‘80s, when the computers penetrated the eco-system of business and commerce. …….MAR/15/574

7 Title : ROLE OF MICRO FINANCE IN FINANCIAL INCLUSION
Author Name : P Syamala Devi
Abstract : Financial inclusion may be defined as the process of ensuring access to financial services and timely and adequate credit where needed by vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low income groups at an affordable cost. …….MAR/15/568

8 Title : CAPITAL STRUCTURE OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES IN INDIA-AN ANALYTICAL STUDY
Author Name : Mihir Ranjan Bardhan, Prof. Nikhil Bhusan Dey & Dr. Kingshuk Adhikari
Abstract : Life insurance industry has been liberalized after more than fifty years of monopoly with Life Insurance Corporation of India. …….MAR/15/598

9 Title : IMPACT OF ANDHRA PRAGATHI GRAMEENA BANK (APGB) ON WEAKER SECTION FARMERS IN KUDEIR MANDAL OF ANANTHAPURAMU DISTRICT, ANDHRA PRADESH
Author Name : Dr. B. Venkatappa
Abstract : Agriculture forms the backbone of the Indian economy and despite concentrated industrialization in the last five decades; agriculture occupies a place of pride. …….MAR/15/599

10 Title : EDUCATION AND PERCEPTION OF RURAL POPULATION OF ASSAM TOWARDS FAMILY SIZE
Author Name : Champak Kumar Das & Dr. Polee Saikia
Abstract : In the present age of globalization, education has got a lot change. Education now acts as the chief engine to all solutions of the prevailing problems of our country. …….MAR/15/597

11 Title : WHERE IS GANDHISM?
Author Name : Prof. (Mrs.) Meenakshi Duggal
Abstract : Gandhism is very relevant in the political scenario of India or any other country of this world as well but the implications of the Gandhian philosophy does not match with new economic world…….MAR/15/602

12 Title : A STUDY ON THE FACTORS INFLUENCING AND AFFECTING SATISFACTION OF THE RAIL COMMUTERS AT TIRUCHIRAPPALLI JUNCTION RAILWAY STATION, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI
Author Name : Sowmya
Abstract : The whole organization of industries, commerce trade and impact of Tourism rests on the fine establishment of transportation. …….MAR/15/590

13 Title : SECONDARY SCHOOL HEADMASTER’S LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOR AND THEIR JOB SATISFACTION
Author Name : Dr. Mohankumar & Mr. Nandisha B V
Abstract : This research study titled ‘Secondary school headmasters Leadership behavior influence on their job satisfaction” made an attempt to identify the influence and relationship between gender and type of institution on leadership behavior and their job satisfaction among secondary school headmasters. …….MAR/15/592

14 Title : THE IMPACT OF SOCIO-COGNITIVE FACTORS TOWARD E-TRANSFORMATION IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY OF SRI LANKA
Author Name : Ms. Poongothai Selvarajan
Abstract : E-Transformation is the emerging trend in the e-Economy deals with the technological innovation in ICT towards the people, process and functions of an organization. …….MAR/15/594

15 Title : PERCEPTIONS OF ZIMBABWEAN TEACHERS TOWARDS THE USEFULNESS OF THE GRADE 4 REMEDIAL TEACHING PROGRAMME
Author Name : Phillipa Mutswanga & Leonard Mpezeni
Abstract : The remedial teaching programme in Zimbabwe has been in existence since the dawn of independence in 1980. …….MAR/15/578

16 Title : CHALLENGES AND PSYCHO-SOCIAL NEEDS OF PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AT TOSE RESPITE CARE HOME IN ZIMBABWE
Author Name : Leonard Mpezeni & Phillipa Mutswanga
Abstract : The birth of any child is filled with hope and enthusiasm which is short lived if the child has a disability. In the African context, children represent the satisfaction of social and cultural expectations. …….MAR/15/593

17 Title : URBANIZATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
Author Name : Dr. Noor Afza
Abstract : Two decades of rapid economic growth has fundamentally impacted its population and redefined international political, economic and environmental relationships with the world. …….MAR/15/546

18 Title : DISTRICT-WISE PRODUCTION OF FRESH AND DRY FRUITS IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Author Name : Chinky Sangral
Abstract : Horticulture has emerged as an growth oriented sector for agriculture which offers a wider range of choice to the farmers for crop diversification. …….MAR/15/582

19 Title : REGIONAL VARIATION OF FOOD-GRAIN PRODUCTIVITY IN RAJASTHAN
Author Name : Dr. Arun Kumar Raghuvanshi & Smita Gupta
Abstract : This study an attempts to measure the Regional Variation of food- grain productivity in Rajasthan over the years between 1995-96 to 2004-05 with the help of composite ranking…….MAR/15/506

20 Title : PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF STRESS ON COLLEGE STUDENTS
Author Name : S.Sharmila
Abstract : This study is mainly focused on the psychological stress of students in today’s scenario. Stress is an inevitable part of life; it can take a toll on students’ physical health…….MAR/15/532

21 Title : GENDER DISPARITY IN EDUCATION: A STUDY OF POONCH DISTRICT IN J&K
Author Name : Dr. Sameena & Jameel Ahmed
Abstract : The importance of education as an instrument of social change is widely recognised. It is equally important for both man and woman but women’s education is considered particularly important…….MAR/15/572

22 Title : CRM PRACTICES IN RETAIL TRADE IN PUDUCHERRY – A CUSTOMERS PERSPECTIVE
Author Name : S. Jayakumar & Dr. S.Pandurangan
Abstract : Retailing is as old as civilization. It is also India’s largest employment generator.CRM is an emerging tool that enables the retailer to maintain their presence in modern world. …….MAR/15/573

23 Title : FACTORS BEHIND RURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION: A STUDY OF RURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION IN ASSAM
Author Name : Ujjal Protim Dutta & Kongkona Sarmah
Abstract : In India a large chunk of population is dependent on migration for their livelihood. Assam, the North-eastern states of India, has been witnessing the increased movement of people from rural areas…….MAR/15/588

24 Title : STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RTE ACT 2009 AND CHALLENGES IN THE SCHOOLS OF RAJASTHAN
Author Name : Dr. Anshu Chaturvedi & Natasha Kuldeep
Abstract : The Right to Education is a universal entitlement to education, a right that is recognized as a human right. The Right of children to Free and Compulsory Education Act came into force from April 1, 2010. …….MAR/15/603

25 Title : NEED OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN TEACHER-TRAINING PROGRAMME
Author Name : Mr. Debabrata Bhattacharjee
Abstract : Environment is the sole necessity for the survival of all living beings and as the human beings are the master of the world so their role is immensely important. …….MAR/15/591

26 Title : SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA
Author Name : Prof. Manoj Lashkari & Dr. Dhirendra Kerwal
Abstract : Sustainable Development means attaining a balance between environmental protection and human economic development and between the present and future needs. …….MAR/15/595

27 Title : WORD OF MOUTH: A POWERFUL PROMOTIONAL TOOL
Author Name : Anushree Poddar
Abstract : Word of mouth affects flow of sales very evidently. Some products create more buzz than others, some are liked more, discussed more and some go unnoticed…….MAR/15/605

28 Title : A STUDY ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE IN APSRTC
Author Name : Dr.D.Prabhakar
Abstract : Transport is a means to carry men and materials from one place to another resulting in creation of place and time utilities…….MAR/15/556

29 Title : THE INFLUENCE OF BACKWARD CLASS MOVEMENT ON INDIAN NATIONAL MOVEMENT IN THE PRINCELY STATE OF MYSORE
Author Name : Prof. Nirmal Raj
Abstract : Due to the Nagara Insurrection in 1830 the Mysore kingdom was annexed with the colonial empire.…….MAR/15/606

30 Title : THE DISTRIBUTION OF SOCIAL JUSTICE BY RAJARSHI KRISHNARAJ WODEYAR IV
Author Name : Prof. Nirmal Raj
Abstract : The Distribution of social justice by Krishnaraja wodeyar IVth is a unique chapter in the history of India, …….MAR/15/607

31 Title : DETERMINANTS INFLUENCING WORK LIFE CONFLICT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL WOMEN TEACHERS IN THIRUVALLUR DISTRICT, TAMILNADU
Author Name : S.Saranya
Abstract : Work and family conflict (WFC) is an inevitable fact for employees and especially for Secondary School Women teachers……MAR/15/604

32 Title : A CRITICAL REFLECTION OF LIFE SURPRISES: LEARNT INSIGHTS FROM TESTIMONIES OF DEAF PEOPLE IN ZIMBABWE
Author Name : Phillipa Mutswanga
Abstract : The study qualitatively collected testimonies from individuals who were purposively selected using point of saturation principles. The testimonies are meant to give insights to social development issues of deaf people, which literature considers as under-researched as compared to studies of deaf education……MAR/15/542

33 Title : THE CRITICAL ROLE OF A HYGIENIC ENVIRONMENT IN PROMOTING ZIM-ASSET GOALS IN ZIMBABWE BEYOND 2018: THE CASE OF HARARE URBAN
Author Name : Makoni, EK, Mutswanga, P & Chivasa, N
Abstract : The purpose of this study is to identify the negative impacts of littering and its associated health risks imposed on the Zimbabwean community. The hypothesis of the research is based on the hands of the human being which are both constructive and destructive……MAR/15/596


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