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ZIJMR VOLUME - 08 ISSUE -10 ( OCT.,2018)

ZENITH INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
ZIJMR, VOL. 8 ISSUE 10; OCTOBER 2018; ISSN 2231-5780
 

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1

A STUDY OF OPERATING PERFORMANCE OF LIC OF INDIA
DR. HIRAL PARIKH

1-7

2.

CONVERGENCE AND IMPACT OF INDIAN ACCOUNTING STANDARDS IN CORPORATE REPORTING
DR. HIRAL PARIKH, MAULESH SHAH

8-14

3.

ROLE OF SELF ESTEEM AND ITS IMPACT ON COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR: AN ANALYSIS
DR JAIDEEP KAUR

15-26

4.

CAPITAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF A SMALL ENTERPRISE – A CASE STUDY OF SRI NAGAVALLI SOLVENT OILS PRIVATE LIMITED
DR. VENKATESWARARAO. PODILE, FR. KATARU ANIL KUMAR,DR. CH. HEMA VENKATA SIVA SREE

27-36

5.

ZAKAT AND INCOME TAX – A RUDIMENTARY COMPARISON
M. ASAR AHAMED KHAN, DR. A. HIDHAYATHULLA

37-49

6.

AN OVERVIEW ON ELECTRONIC BANKING IN INDIA
L. PRIYA, DR.VIJAYARAGHAVAN                                                               

50-55

7.

TOURISM IN INDIA AND ITS ROLE TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
P.KEERTHI, DR.M.THYAGARAJU

56-60

8.

INFORMATION NEEDS AND INFORMATION USE PATTERN OF FACULTY MEMBERS OF GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (BOYS) ANANTNAG: A SURVEY
SHABIR AHMAD, BILAL AHMAD DAR, JAVED AHMAD LONE

61-70

9.

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: JOB STRESS OF TEACHER
UPASANA SHARMA

71-79

10.

TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE SELECTION OF BENEFICIERIES UNDER THE ENDOSULFAN PACKAGE AND THE OUTREACH OF THIS SCHEME AMONG THE AFFECTED HOUSEHOLDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KASARGOD, KERALA
BENNET THOMAS

80-93

11.

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON FACTOR INFLUENCING FINANCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE IN GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
PROF. G. PRAVEEN, RINSHI SINGH

94-108

12.
STUDY ON FACTOS INFLUENCING ON ONLINE CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOR WITH A MEDIATION ROLE OF CUSTOMER INTENTION
DR. POORNA CHANDRA, RINSHI SINGH,

109-122

13.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB ROTATION PRACTICES AND HUMAN FACTOR ENHANCING EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE: AUTOMOBILE SECTOR
DR. RAJALAKSHMI M, PROF. POORNIMA SHEHRAWAT

123-136

14.

FACTORS INFLUENCING ERP IMPLEMENTATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH EXTENDED TAM2 MODEL: FACULTY PERSPECTIVE
DR. B. NARESH, DR. ADITI DANG, PROF.  GAURAV HANS

137-157

15

EMPIRICAL STUDY ON FACTORS INFLUENCING CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOR ON DAIRY PRODUCTS IN KOLKATA
PROF. MRITYUNJAY  KUMAR, ARINDAM MAJUMDER

158-173

16

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB ROTATION PRACTICE AND HUMAN FACTORS IN ENHANCING EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE: LITERATURE REVIEW
DR.RAJALAKSHMI M,  DR.YACHNAGHARDE,PROF.BRIJ MISHRA

174-184

17

EXPORT OF THE CEREAL PREPARATIONS IN INDIA - WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BRICS COUNTRIES
M.ARUL KUMAR, DR S.GOPALSAMY

185-193

18.

CONNECTING WITH STUDENTS: BUILDING RELATIONSHIP
SHWETA TRIPATHI

194-200

19.

GREEN TELECOM: A STUDY OF FEW COMPANIES
NIDHI GARG, DR. SHAKTI SINGH

201-213

20

FINANCIAL LITERACY AND RETIREMENT PREPAREDNESS OF SALARIED EMPLOYEES
NIDHI KHANNA

214-224

21

CHARACTERISTICS OF ANTARCTIC OZONE HOLE
SAUMEN GHOSH, DR. HIMADRI BHATTACHARYYA,  SARASIJ JANA AND DR. PRATAP KUMAR JANA

225-231

22

EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INTERVENTION PROGRAMME IN DEVELOPING PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS AGAINST CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AMONG HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
LAVANYA C.E AND  DR. S.S.PATIL

232-238

23

MAN’S SUSTAINABILITY AND FOREST: A STUDY ON SOUTHERN FOREST DIVISION, CHURACHANDPUR
S KAMMINLUN VAIPHEI

239-246

24

THE NEW ECONOMY: A WAY TOWARDS DIGITALIZATION THE NEED OF E-COMMERCE
DR. NIKETA

247-255

25

RISK ASSESSMENT AND CAPITAL ADEQUACY RATIO OF NEW GENERATION PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS   OF INDIA
DR.  V. MAGESH

256-263

26.

TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL STABILITY ON SUSTAINABILITY OF CSR PRACTICES
DR. BABASAHEB R JADHAV, MS. KAJAL VALESHA

264-274

27

CONSUMERS PERCEPTION TOWARDS SERVICE QUALITY OF JIO INFOCOMM LTD
SREETHAMOL P S, DR.VINEETH. K. M.

275-282

28

CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE, SOCIAL INTERACTION ANXIETY AND DIFFICULTIES IN EMOTIONAL REGULATION AS PREDICTORS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING
AMRITHA RAJ K, MANIKANDAN, K.

283-294

29.

IMPACT OF MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET: EVIDENCE FROM BSE SENSEX AND NIFTY 50
DR. S. SATHYANARAYANA,  PROF. SUDHINDRA GARGESHA  

295-315

30.

AWARENESS, USE AND PERCEPTION TOWARDS E-RESOURCES AMONG LIBRARY USERS OF RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LAW, PUNJAB, PATIALA: A CASE STUDY
ANIL KUMAR, GURJANT SINGH

316-329

31

EXTENT AND OUTREACH OF COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN ECO-TOURISM – A STUDY BASED ON KOZHIKODE DISTRICT
JOEL OOMMEN MUZHANGODY

330-340

32.

MARKET EFFICIENCY BETWEEN INDIAN, JAPANESE AND US CRUDE OIL MARKETS
BHAGYA, AKSHATHA B S, NAMITHA K CHERIYAN

341-345

33.

A STUDY ON ASSET LIABILITY MANAGEMENT OF  HDFC BANK AND BOB
PROF. O. P. SINGH, RIYA SINGH

346-356

34.

USAGE AND BARRIERS OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES:A STUDY
AFROZ ZAHEER, DR.SHAMIM AHMAD

357-363

35.

THE ORPHANED STATUS OF CRYPTOCURRENCIES IN INDIA
MR. RAJESH DORBALA, DR. OMVIR GAUTAM,MS. SHARDA PULLABHATLA, DR. G N P V BABU

364-374

36.

BLOCKCHAINS: A DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR BUSINESS
JASPREET KAUR

375-388

37.

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDIA: GRANGER CAUSALITY APPROACH
ESHU CHAUHAN, NONGTHANGBA THANGJAM,GURPREET KAUR

389-396

38. 

ASSESSING THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL INNOVATIONS IN ENHANCING BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
DR. DEEPTI ABROL, DR. HARLEEN KOUR

397-422

39.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SOCIAL SECTOR
AMITA

423-444

40.

FINANCIAL MALPRACTICES AND SCAMS
 DR. NITIN GUPTA, MRS. CHETNA SHARMA

445-457

41.

IMPACT OF GOODS AND SERVICE TAX ON TEXTILE INDUSTRY
SUKHMANI KAUR

458-474

42.

THE TOP ONLINE FINANCIAL SERVICES PROVIDER: PERCEPTION AMONG INDIAN BUYERS
SYED TABREZ HASSAN

475-485

43.

YOUTH PERCEPTION TOWARDS EMPLOYER BRANDS –A STUDY IN JALANDHAR REGION
DR. SHAMILY JAGGI,  ANKITA BHARDWAJ, SHALINI SHERIN

486-494

44.

ALTMAN’S CONCERN; FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS:A CASE STUDY OF NAHAR INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES LIMITED  (THE NAHAR-OSWAL GROUP)
RAJINDER MINHAS

495-518

45.

CUSTOMERS PERSPECTIVE OF GREEN BANKING INITIATIVES IN SBI WITH REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE DISTRICT
DR.V.SHANTHAAMANI,  DR.V.B.USHA

519-528

46.

PRIMARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION AMONG MUSLIMS IN WEST BENGAL
DR. PRATAP KUMAR JANA

529-537

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