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|1||Title : PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION AS A STRATEGY FOR BRANDING AND BUSINESS GROWTH-Study of an efficient company
Author Name : Dr. José G. Vargas-Hernández & Georgina Fernández Álvarez
Abstract : This work aims to analyze the relationship of the diversification of products with the brand positioning and his time with business growth, on the assumption that the strategy…
|2||Title : THE ROLE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN ATTRACTING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT TO THE ARAB COUNTRIES
Author Name : Mekkaoui Mekki, Bidi Aissaoui Sor & Boukeroucha Abdelkader
Abstract : After the nineties, the Arab counties witnessed a growing interest in corporate governance because of the escalation of corruption and the lack of strust by foreign investors.
|3||Title : CHALLENGES FACING HUMAN RESOURCE DIRECTORS TODAYS IN GLOBAL COMPANIES
Author Name : Dr. Maryam Taresh Saif Al Marri
Abstract : This paper analysis the various challenges of present business scenario which are emerging in the field of HRM. The managers today face a whole new array of changes, like globalization…
|4||Title : ROLE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN KENYA
Author Name : Eunice Mojirike Olubunmi & Tabitha Nasieku Obwogi
Abstract : Good corporate governance and sound financial administration are significant requirements in today’s dynamic corporate world.
|5||Title : HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH TO LIVELIHOOD OF TRIBAL WOMEN IN ODISHA:A REVIEW
Author Name : Dr. Chinmayee Satpathy
Abstract : The State Odisha possesses varied physiographic and ecological habitats which constitute extensive hilly ranges, forests, rolling uplands, long stretched coastline, extensive riverine system, coastal mangroves and coastal plains.
|6||Title : IMPACT OF LOAN WAIVER SCHEME OF THE PRIMARY AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN KANYAKUMARI DISTRICT- A STUDY
Author Name : Dr.T.M.Padmanabhan & Dr.P.Singh
Abstract : Agriculture accounts for 17 per cent of GDP and about two third of the population depends on agricultural sector.
|7||Title : YOUTH TOWARDS FLORICULTURE – A CASE STUDY
Author Name : I.Balu
Abstract : Madurai district in Tamil Nadu is known for Jasmine “Malli”. The Salvarpatti village is predominant in jasmine cultivation.
|8||Title : MATERNAL HEALTH CARE IN NAGALAND-SOME CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
Author Name : ThejotaluNienu & Dr.KikamerenLongkumer
Abstract : This paper is an attempt to analyze the impact of financial assistance on maternal health care in Nagaland.
|9||Title : 2015: A BIG YEAR FOR DIGITAL FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr. Anjana Bedi
Abstract : Digital financial inclusion is providing digital access to and use of formal financial services by excluded and disadvantaged populations at affordable cost...
|10||Title : SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN LAKSHADWEEP:A CASE STUDY OF KADMAT ISLAND
Author Name : Abdul Samad Parambadan
Abstract : Kadmat is the Centermost Island in the Lakshadweep archipelago, a law lying chain of islands a lolls and reefs off the coast of Kerala
|11||Title : FACTORS DETERMINING THE DIRECT INVESTMENT IN EMERGING ECONOMIES
Author Name : Dr.C.U.Tripura Sundari
Abstract : A better developed financial system improves capital allocation and stimulates growth. Capital flows to a country comes in three primary forms...
|12||Title : ASSESSING THE FUNDAMENTAL INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS ORIENTATION BEHAVIOUR OF THE STUDENT TEACHERS AT SECONDARY TEACHER TRAINING LEVEL
Author Name : Dr. Venkoba Narayanappa
Abstract : In the present investigation an attempt has been made to assess the fundamental interpersonal relations orientation behaviour of the student teachers...
|13||Title : DIFFERENT DIALECTS OF ARABIC LANGUAGE
Author Name : Ali Akbar. P
Abstract : Different dialects of Arabic language have been an attraction of students of linguistics. Many studies have been done in this regard...
|14||Title : CREDIT MARKET IMPERFECTION UNDER ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION PARADIGM: EVIDENCE FROM HOOGHLY DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL
Author Name : Mr. Amar Nath Das
Abstract : In many developing countries rural credit is characterized by market imperfections due to asymmetric information.
|15||Title : STATUS OF HEALTH PROBLEMS AMONGST TRIBAL POPULATION IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr. Rupesh Kumar
Abstract : The tribal population groups of India are known to be the autochthonous people of the land. Tribal are often referred to as Adivasi, Vanyajati, Vanvasi, Pahari…
|16||Title : PEOPLELINK – AN HR CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AT SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SYSTEMS
Author Name : Prof. Raghavendra A.N & Dr. Nijaguna G
Abstract : Human Resource organizations are faced with the dynamic challenges of providing rapid and high quality service to their workforce while optimizing the costs…
|17||Title : ROLE OF INTERMEDIARIES IN ISSUE MANAGEMENT PROCESS IN AN ERA OF E-IPO: AN OVERVIEW
Author Name : Dr. Sajal Das & Prof. Uttam K. Dutta
Abstract : Companies’ need for procurement of funds from the public involves a mammoth task which requires clearances from Securities and Exchange Board of India…
|18||Title : CROP INSURANCE: PERFORMANCE OF WBCIS IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr. Ashoka M.L & H.S.Niranjana Babu Reddy
Abstract : Weather index based crop insurance scheme aims at providing insurance protection to all farmers against adverse weather conditions which affects crop yield.
|19||Title : CONSTRUCTION OF CLASSROOM CLIMATE 3D SCALE
Author Name : K.Suresh & Dr.P.Srinivasan
Abstract : Tool is an essential thing and it plays a vital role in educational researches. A trait cannot be measured without appropriate tool.
|20||Title : WAGE ACT AMENDMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON EMPLOYMENT (DIRECTLY, CONTRACTUAL, OTHER EMPLOYEES) : EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN MANUFACTURING SECTOR
Author Name : Anup Tiwari
Abstract : There are lot of literature focus on the effect of government expenditure and its impact in employment, tax, etc. This paper focus on the amendment of fiscal policy….
|21||Title : A STUDY ON DEVIANT WORKPLACE BEHAVIOR OF IT EMPLOYEES
Author Name : Sainath Malisetty
Abstract : Destructive deviant workplace behaviours are getting more and more important in today’s business world. Although numerous researchers in the literature...
|22||Title : ROLE OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIAN ECONOMY
Author Name : V.Prabakaran
Abstract : Since liberalization Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has become the most important source of foreign capital for emerging market economies…
|23||Title : A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON E-COMMERCE PORTALS-(AMAZON and FLIPCART)
Author Name : D.Gomathi
Abstract : Many Indians today are embracing e-retailing with enthusiasm. Popular portals such as Flipkart, Amazon are spearheading the conversion of offline shoppers into online bargain hunter...
|24||Title : NON PERFORMING ASSETS OF SYNDICATE BANK IN MYSORE
Author Name : Dr.D.Seethanaik
Abstract : This paper examines the causes and management of NPAS, analyses the customers non-payment of loan...
|25||Title : APPRAISAL AND IMPORTANCE OF IRON & STEEL INDUSTRY IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr.Vinod Kumar Yadav
Abstract : India’s economic growth is contingent upon the growth of the Indian steel industry. The performance of iron and steel industry was terms of primary indicators such as production...
|26||Title : A STUDY ON PRODUCTION AND SALES TREND ANALYSIS OF SELECTED OIL COMPANIES IN INDIA
Author Name : Sengottaiyan .A & Balamurugan.N
Abstract : After the Indian Independence, the Oil Industry in India was a very small one in size and Oil was produced mainly from Assam
|27||Title : A STUDY ON GAP IN SERVICE AMBIENCES WITH RESPECT TO TOURISM SERVICES AT KANCHIPURAM DISTRICT
Author Name : Dr.V.Ramananathan & Dr.B.Balaji Srinivasan
Abstract : The promotion and growth of tourism is the indicator for economic development and market expansion in any country. Tourism is the well-known market...
|28||Title : FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA- CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Author Name : Arun.K.V & Sabik.K
Abstract : Even after 60 years of independence, a large section of Indian population still remains unbanked. This malaise has led generation of financial instability and pauperism...
|29||Title : A STUDY ON FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN THE CONTEXT OF INDIA; CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Author Name : Vasil Vafeeque. C.A.K & Noushad K
Abstract : Financial inclusion has been evidenced as a powerful tool for ensuring equitable and balanced regional growth
|30||Title : VARIABILITY AND GENETIC PARAMETER ANALYSIS IN PEA (Pisum Sativum L.)
Author Name : Dr.Sabina Akhtar
Abstract : In the present investigation 63 pea genotypes (18 parents and 45 F1s) were planted in a randomized block design with three replications...
|31||Title : IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND PERSONALITY TRAITS ON LEADER’S EFFECTIVENESS: TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP ACTS AS A MEDIATOR
Author Name : Mehwish Mumtaz & Aisha Sarwar
Abstract : This research paper aims to explore the indirect effect of emotional intelligence and personality traits on leader’s effectiveness through an intervening variable i.e. transformational leadership.
|32||Title : COMPARATIVE FINANCE PERFORMANCE OF ICICI AND HDFC BANK
Author Name : Prof. Qamar Izhar & Ms.Pushpa Suryavanshi
Abstract : The nationalization phase of early1970s brought some of the elite banks under the government’s control.