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|1||Title : EMBRYONIC ROLE OF HR POLICIES AND ITS IMPACT ON THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr. Sanjay Kumar & Prof. S P Kala
Abstract : Human Resources Management plays a crucial part in helping the business units to deal with a fast-changing competitive environment and the larger demand for excellence employees…
|2||Title : DETERMINANTS OF INVESTORS DECISION ON THE NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE- A CASE STUDY OF THE BANKING SECTOR
Author Name : Idowu Akinyele, Dr. F. Memba & Dr. O. O. Oloko
Abstract : Nigeria is one of the emerging economies in Africa. Others are South Africa, Egypt and Kenya….
|3||Title : ENHANCING QUALITY TEACHING THROUGH MENTORING IN OSUN STATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Author Name : Florence Oluremi Olaleye
Abstract : The study investigated the role of mentoring in enhancing quality teaching in Osun State secondary schools….
|4||Title : ECONOMIC GROWTH AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP INNOVATION IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES
Author Name : Adeyemi Mariam Adebisi, Olaoye, Bosede Olubusayo & Olowe, Sunday Oluwagbemiga
Abstract : The focus of this paper is to determine the effect of entrepreneurship innovation on economic growth in developing economies…
|5||Title : ROLE OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IN GOVERNMENT DECISION MAKING PROCESS
Author Name : Ogunleye Philip Oluwole, Olubunmi, Eunice Mojirike & Olowe, Folake Tinuola
Abstract : The focus of this paper is to examine the role of MIS on government Decision making process. Decision making is the process of selecting a course of action to meet organization’s objectives…..
|6||Title : MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING INFORMATION: A KEY TO ORGANISATION SUCCESS
Author Name : Olowe, Folake Tinuola, Adeyemo Sakar Adegbola & Adeyemi Mariam Adebisi
Abstract : This paper analyses managerial accounting information as a key to success in business. Managerial accounting is an important part of the economic information…
|7||Title : CAPITAL STRUCTURE: IMPACT OVER MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY STUDY OF THE TEXTILE SECTOR OF PAKISTAN
Author Name : Faheem Shahid & Umbareen Chaudhry
Abstract : This research paper investigate an important question that what is the relationship between capital structure and efficiency of the management….
|8||Title : BRIDGING THE GENDER GAP: IMPROVING GIRL’S SCHOOLING THROUGH NONFORMAL BASIC EDUCATION SCHOOLS IN DISTRICT KHUSHAB
Author Name : Tahira Rehman Gunjial & Dr. Babak Mahmood
Abstract : The nonformal basic education has never been remained Pakistan’s national priority for basic education because its importance has not been felt in its real sense as an alternative….
|9||Title : DIMINISHING SITUATION OF SHIFTING CULTIVATION IN MOKOKCHUNG DISTRICT OF NAGALAND: A SOCIOLOGICAL OBSERVATION
Author Name : Temjensosang
Abstract : Shifting cultivation which is also known as slash and burn method of cultivation is the most widely practice among the hill tribes of North Eastern region of India….
|10||Title : SC/ST DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr. B.P.Mahesh Chandra Guru, Dr.V.Shanmugam, Somanna & Mr.M.Dileep Kumar
Abstract : The movement for social and economic justice launched by B.R.Ambedkar has remained unfulfilled due to absence of committed national leadership and organized Dalit struggle in the country…..
|11||Title : ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND WTO: ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS
Author Name : Er. Vikram Sandhu & Dr. A.S. Sidhu
Abstract : Human life is largely affected by deterioting environmental conditions. The poor environmental conditions lead to poor health and reduced quality of life…..
|12||Title : ROLE OF IRDA IN THE FIELD OF MICRO INSURANCE: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY
Author Name : Mrs. Preeti Dixit & Dr. Sanjeev Mahrotra
Abstract : After 44 years of public sector dominance, the life insurance industry in India was liberalized in 1999-2000. Since then, the industry has witnessed rapid growth….
|13||Title : DISCRIMINATION FACTORS ON THE PREFERENCE OF ONLINE SHOPPING AMONG THE USERS AND NON USERS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KANCHIPURAM DISTRICT
Author Name : Dr.V.Ramanathan & Dr.B.Balaji Srinivasan
Abstract : Consumer sovereignty is the important element in the process of every consumption happens in the day to day life of consumers. But the method and sources of consumption….
|14||Title : SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN AND ITS IMPACT ON ENROLMENT IN ELEMENTARY EDUATION IN INDIA: A COMPARTIVE STUDY
Author Name : Dr. A. Anandhy & A. Asha Meriam
Abstract : Education is the most important lever for social, economic and political transformation. A well educated population, equipped with the relevant knowledge…..
|15||Title : TRENDS AND PROGRESS OF M&A IN INDIAN BANKING SECTORS
Author Name : Dr. (Smt) A N Tamragundi & Devarajappa S
Abstract : The study attempts to analyze the trends and progress of mergers and acquisitions in Indian banking sectors and the study also examines impact….
|16||Title : THE EFFECT OF SPORTS PERSONALITY AND SES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF ATHLETES
Author Name : Majeed & Amrutha N V
Abstract : The major objective of the present study has been to assess the effect of sporting personality and socio economic status (SES) on the performance of players….
|17||Title : ROLE OF TRAVEL & TOURISM INDUSTRY IN INDIAN ECONOMY: A STUDY
Author Name : Mr.Aditya Sharma, Miss. Nisha & Mr.Trivesh Kumar
Abstract : Tourism is not only a booming sector but also a largest Service Industry in India. This Industry Provides Cultural, heritage medical and Sports tourism…
|18||Title : PANCHAYAT RAJ: GOVERNANCE BY LOCALS IN RURAL INDIA
Author Name : Anil Yadavrao Gaikwad & Dr. Prakash Hemraj Karmadkar
Abstract : The Panchayat Raj concept was introduced in 1952 in Rajasthan. However, since the award of constitutional status to the Panchayat Raj Institutions in year 1993….
|19||Title : A STUDY ON ONLINE SHOPPING IN NAGALAND
Author Name : Tapashi Dasgupta
Abstract : Internet is an exciting tool that puts vast amount of information available at just the click of a mouse or touches of a screen and lets an individual from buying attires, groceries….
|20||Title : A STUDY ON STUDY HABITS, ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Author Name : K.Suresh
Abstract : The study dealt with the influences of Study Habits, Achievement Motivation on Academic Achievement. The study belongs to normative survey method with the random sample…..
|21||Title : COST DIMINUTION FOR ENDURANCE AND PROFITABILITY IN STUS: THE CASE OF A.P.S.R.T.C
Author Name : T.Raghunath
Abstract : The enactment of Road Transport Corporation (RTC) Act in1950 paved the way for Indian public to recognize the `Bus’ as the most predominant mode of public transport…..
|22||Title : ROLE OF EXPERIENCE OF COACHES WORKING AT GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS ON ADEQUATE AND FAIR COMPENSATION
Author Name : Dr.S.Prem Kumar
Abstract : Quality of life is the general well being of individuals and societies. Quality of life has a wide range of contexts, including the fields of international development…..
|23||Title : IMPACT OF ADEQUATE AND FAIR COMPENSATION ON SPORTS COACHES WORKING AT PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANISATIONS IN TAMIL NADU
Author Name : Dr.S.Prem Kumar
Abstract : This paper, with a strong backing of literature, explains the impact of adequate and fair compensation which is one of the important dimensions of Quality of work…..
|24||Title : WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA-CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Author Name : Arun.K.V & Haris Unnipulan
Abstract : Entrepreneurship is the core of economic development. It is a multi- dimensional task and essentially creative activity. Entrepreneur is key factor of entrepreneurship….
|25||Title : THE ROLE OF GREEN BANKING IN SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
Author Name : Vasil Vafeeque & Haris Unnipulan
Abstract : Today across the globe the main problems are environmental problems and reduction and management of scares natural resources….
|26||Title : HIGHER EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN LAKSHADWEEP
Author Name : Mukesh K
Abstract : When the Union Territory of Lakshadweep was constituted in 1956, there were nine primary schools in the islands at the rate of one in each island except Bitra….
|27||Title : IMPACT OF EDUCATION ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
Author Name : Baishakhi Bhattacharjee
Abstract : Education helps all round development of a person. It helps to bring out the best of a child. Educations not only develop an individual but it brings the social development….
|28||Title : BRAND PREFERENCE FOR CONVENIENCE GOODS AMONG RURAL CONSUMERS
Author Name : Dr.K.Amutha & Mrs.R.Subbammal
Abstract : The research paper was designed with the primary objective of finding out the brand preference for convenience goods among rural illiterate consumers….
|29||Title : PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY OVERVIEW AND CURRENT, BIG CHALLENGES TO PAKISTAN ECONOMY (A STUDY)
Author Name : Abdul Rehman, Luan Jingdong, Yuneng Du, Rafia Khatoon, Shoaib Ahmed Wagan, Qurat Ul Ain Memon, Babar
Abstract : The present research paper aims to study on Pakistan economy and current big challenges to Pakistan economy….
|30||Title : A STUDY ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR OF HONEY IN KERALAWITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KOLLAM DISTRICT
Author Name : Santhosh J & Anu Varghese
Abstract : Bee keeping is an important profitable agro based economic activity and providing employment, income generating activity especially in rural areas.
|31||Title : ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND EDUCATION
Author Name : K.Selvi & Dr.P.Srinivasan
Abstract : Organizational commitment is one of the most critical factors for the success of teaching and learning process
|32||Title : STRATEGIC INITIATIVES TOWARDS GREEN HRM: A HUGE CONCERN, CHALLENGE & PERSPECTIVES TO TALENT MANAGEMENT
Author Name : Dr. Bhanupriya Khatri
Abstract : HR Manager is the associate of the organization to make sure that he must be competent & talented to attract and retain talent, widen potential...
|33||Title : GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION OF SCHOOL DROP OUTS - A SNAPSHOT
Author Name : Dr.S.Kalaiselvi
Abstract : Children are the future of a nation. For an emerging and developing country like India, development of underprivileged children holds the key to the progress...