November 2014
VOLUME : 2         ISSUE: 11
Table of contents
1 Title : STRATEGIC THINKING AS A CRITICAL FACTOR OF BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS
Author Name : Dr. José G. Vargas-Hernández & José Octavio Estrada Sánchez, M. en A
Abstract : The aim of this paper is to analyze how the answers to the questions of strategic thinking can be a critical factor in business competitiveness……….NOV/14/293

2 Title : NIGERIA THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN AFRICA: A PARADOX OF ECONOMIC GROWTH HYPOTHESIS
Author Name : Anochiwa L.I. & Maduka, A . C
Abstract : Despite Nigeria’s impressive aggregate economic growth in the past 20 years, it seems the poor are getting poorer as inequality looms……….NOV/14/269

3 Title : MONEY ‘Motivates’ OR ‘Inspires’?
Author Name : Dr. Wasim Ahmad
Abstract : There is a need to probe whether money ‘motivates’ or it ‘inspires’ just as there is a need to differentiate between these two terms……….NOV/14/275

4 Title : AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS IN NAGALAND
Author Name : Maongtoshi & Mithilesh Kumar Sinha
Abstract : Considering the importance of agriculture for raising the standard of living, this article analyzed the growth in area, production……….NOV/14/314

5 Title : LOCATION INFLUENCE ON USER PREFERENCE OF SERVICE SELECTION – A STUDY ....
Author Name : Dr.V.Ramanathan
Abstract : Consumer the central point for any business prefers to buy product and services by spending minimum energy, cost and time……….NOV/14/310

6 Title : UTILISATION OF SUGAR WASTE FOR MAIZE CULTIVATION IN PERIYAKULAM TALUK OF THENI DISTRICT...
Author Name : Anitha Selvaraj
Abstract : The changes in production technology have been taking place in Indian agriculture over the past two decades……….NOV/14/276

7 Title : ATTRIBUTES OF EASY DAY SUPERMARKET AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
Author Name : G. Arun Kumar
Abstract : Customer satisfaction has been considered as the one of the important aspect for the survival of business in the competitive market……….NOV/14/289

8 Title : EFFECTIVE TEACHING MAKES SUCCESSFUL TEACHER
Author Name : Mr.K.Suresh & Dr.P.Srinivasan
Abstract : At present, education is facing lot of problems. Particularly, the teaching and learning process is not in a proper manner due……….NOV/14/271

9 Title : CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND PERCEPTION TOWARDS THE SERVICES OF COOPERATIVE BANKS
Author Name : Fathima Adeela Beevi.TKS
Abstract : A co-operative bank is a financial entity which belongs to its members, who are at the same time the owners and the customers of their bank……….NOV/14/303

10 Title : A STUDY OF M-GOVERNANCE INITIATIVES IN KERALA
Author Name : Nissar. P
Abstract : India is the fastest growing mobile subscribers market in the world with more than 900 million subscribers……….NOV/14/311

11 Title : GROWTH PATTERN OF INTERNET USAGE IN INDIA – AN OVERVIEW
Author Name : Dr.L.Ganesamoorthy & K.Krishnapriya
Abstract : Internet service made the communication easy and economy. Broadband technology in internet services……….NOV/14/299

12 Title : DOMESTIC TOURISM - AN ENGINE TO PROPEL GROWTH OF TOURISM SECTOR
Author Name : Dr. Sirajuddin Chougle
Abstract : India’s share on the international tourist map is a meager 0.64 percentage which represents the international tourist arrival……….NOV/14/295

13 Title : WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA
Author Name : T.Arimohan & Dr.A.P.Ramabai
Abstract : A Woman Entrepreneurs may be characterizes as the women or a gathering of women who start arrange and work a business venture……….NOV/14/297

14 Title : CUSTOMERS PERCEPTION ON UNETHICAL ADVERTISING – A STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY
Author Name : T. Suguna
Abstract : Advertising is not a matter of thinking up cute pictures or writing clever slogans, but a serious business tool……….NOV/14/315

15 Title : CHALLENGES OF INFORMAL SLUM ECONOMY
Author Name : Dr. Partha Sarathi Das
Abstract : Informal sector units supply a considerable number of low-priced goods and provide jobs to people who otherwise……….NOV/14/296

16 Title : ORGANIC FARMING AND PROFITABLE EXPORT BUSINESS OF ORGANIC PRODUCT....
Author Name : Ashok Kumar Maurya
Abstract : Organic farming is not a modern technique of eco-friendly farming of India but it was popular from ancient time……….NOV/14/280

17 Title : READINESS OF EMPLOYEES TO ACCEPT TECHNOLOGY AFFECTING THEIR BEHAVIOURAL INTENTION TO IMPLEMENT.....
Author Name : Rayavarapu Sambasiva Rao & Prof.Noor Basha Abdul
Abstract : Innovative use of the internet has enabled business operations and processes resulting in improved productivity……….NOV/14/290

18 Title : IMPACT OF SELF HELP GROUPS ON WOMEN: A RESEARCH ANALYSIS
Author Name : Ms. Maria Josephine .W & Mr. Parameswaran .S
Abstract : “Gender asymmetry is a universal phenomenon”. This gender inequality is reflected in the famous formulation……….NOV/14/318

19 Title : IMPACT OF MERGER ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED INDIAN BANKS
Author Name : Dr.Padmasani and Shobanageetha.K
Abstract : Merger and Acquisition (M&A) is a dynamic process and recently, M & As in banking sector is rising not only globally but also in India……….NOV/14/291

20 Title : A STUDY ON STOCK MARKET RETURN AND VOLATILITY ANALYSIS .....
Author Name : B.Ramya
Abstract : The Sector-based index is designed to give a single value for the aggregate performance of a number of companies representing……….NOV/14/298

21 Title : A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF B.ED STUDENT TRAINEES IN RELATION TO THEIR SELF CONCEPT
Author Name : Malini L
Abstract : The aim of the study is to find out academic achievement of B. Ed student trainees relation to their self- concept……….NOV/14/305

22 Title : A STUDY ON THE PROBLEMS & RIGHTS OF MIGRANT LABOURS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO IRULA COMMUNITY .....
Author Name : Ms. Ancey Sangeetha A & Mr. Vijaya Kumar SP
Abstract : Poverty has been a major issue to India since independence and a series of anti-poverty schemes……….NOV/14/300

23 Title : SOCIO-CULTURAL STATUS OF MIGRATED BRICK WORKERS IN WEST TRIPURA DISTRICT, TRIPURA, INDIA
Author Name : Suman Das & Akram Hossain
Abstract : The intention of this study is to highlight the socio – cultural condition of the brick workers through structured interview schedule……….NOV/14/304

24 Title : A STUDY ON THE EXPORT POTENTIAL OF CASHEW FROM INDIA-WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KERALA
Author Name : Dr.G.Chandrasekaran & M.R.Jeyakumar
Abstract : India is the largest producer, processor, exporter, and the second largest Consumer of cashew kernels in the world……….NOV/14/321

25 Title : PRE-HARVEST WHEAT ACREAGE/PRODUCTION ESTIMATION OF DOIWALA, SAHASPUR, RAIPUR & VIKASNAGAR BLOCKS ...
Author Name : Divya Uniyal, M.M. Kimothi, Nita Bhagya, P.K.Shah
Abstract : Agricultural is one of the oldest economic practice of human civilization is indeed undergoing a makeover……….NOV/14/287

26 Title : INDIAN JUTE DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTS IN THE EXPORT MARKET, 2000-01 TO 2012-13: PATTERN AND PERFORMANCE
Author Name : Sumit Banik & Parag Shil
Abstract : Jute is one of the major industries in the eastern region of India, particularly in West Bengal. Jute - the golden fibre, is a natural……….NOV/14/283

27 Title : SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND WORKING CONDITIONS OF UNORGANIZED SACRED YELLOW THREAD MAKING WOMEN WORKERS....
Author Name : Dr. G. Vanithamani
Abstract : The division of economic actions by Indian women is nothing new. From time ancient, women have been working both at home……….NOV/14/319

28 Title : IMPACT OF BANKING SECTOR REFORMS ON THE PROFITABILITY OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS – A COMPARATIVE STUDY
Author Name : Dr. P.Mohan & Gollapudi Sahadeva Rao
Abstract : The Paper attempts to study the performance select Public Sector Banks in India in terms of profitability in the post reform era……….NOV/14/317

29 Title : RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES IN NGOs:A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO SELECTED NGOs ....
Author Name : Dr. B.Vijaya & Karibasaveshwara.B
Abstract : The important elements in an organisation are men, money, material and machines (human resources) ……….NOV/14/323

30 Title : DIAGNOSING FACTORS INFLUENCING CUSTOMERS PATRONIZING IN QUICK-CASUAL RESTAURANT
Author Name : Nor Azureen , Shahril Hussin , Putri Dahlia , Ashraf Siddik, Noor Saliza & Irina Mohd
Abstract : The importance of the quick-casual sector in the restaurant industry has been dramatically increased over the years……….NOV/14/316


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