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ZIJMR VOLUME - 08 ISSUE -09 ( SEP.,2018)

 ZENITH INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
ZIJMR, VOL. 8 ISSUE 9; SEPTEMBER 2018; ISSN 2231-5780 

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1.       

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AS A BEST PRACTICE IN MAINTAINING THE PUBLIC TOILETS IN INDIA
DR MONICA MUNJIAL SINGH,
SANJEEV KUMAR

1-8

2.       

EVALUATION OF BORDER AREA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME IN THE BORDER DISTRICTS OF RAJASTHAN
PINKY VAISHNAVA, DR. MONIKA KANNAN

9-20

3.       

FORECASTING INTERNATIONAL TOURISM DEMAND IN BALI
WACIKO, K.J AND ISMAIL, B

21-32

4.       

GULF MIGRATION OF TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMEN OWING TO ECONOMIC REFORMS: A CASE STUDYOFANSARISOF EASTERN UTTAR PRADESH
AMIR HUSSAIN, DR.SAMEENA

33-49

5.       

A STUDY ON CAREER MANAGEMENT OF EMPLOYEES WORKING IN FEDERAL BANK AT VELLORE DISTRICT
B.GNANAVEL, M.SARANYA

50-56

6.       

IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ON QUALITY OF WORK LIFE- A STUDY OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN PUNJAB
DR. KAWALJIT KAUR

57-73

7.       

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF COGNITIVE STYLE: A KEY DETERMINANT OF MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS
DR. MADHURI HOODA, RANI DEVI

74-89

8.       

PERSONALITY TRAITS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION FOR HIGH AND LOW ACHIEVERS
RASHMI,  BINA PRASAD

90-101

9.       

TEACHER FREEZING LEVEL OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES
ZAINAB MUSHEER , DR MOHD ZIAUL HAQ RAFAQI

102-110

10.   

STATUS AND PERFORMANCE OF CENTRAL PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES IN INDIA
PREETI , DR. KULDIP SINGH CHHIKARA

111-120

11.   

A NEW GREAT GAME OF GROWING STRATEGIC RIVALRY BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA
CHOONG Y. LEE

121-130

12.   

SECONDARY EDUCATION AMONG SCHEDULE CASTE (SC) AND SCHEDULE TRIBE (ST) WOMEN IN WEST BENGAL
DR. PRATAP KUMAR JANA

131-138

13.   

ATTITUDE OF INDIAN CONSUMERS: A STUDY OF COUNTERFEIT LUXURY BRANDS
  B.S HUNDAL,  JASMEEN

139-152

14.   

A STUDY OF THE WORK LIFE BALANCE POLICIES FOR THE FACULTIES IN SELECTED PRIVATE SECTOR INSTITUTIONS IN LUCKNOW
MS GAYATRI NEGI , DR RUCHI SINGH 

153-164

15.   

DETERMINANTS OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN ETHIOPIA: EVIDENCE FROM MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN AND AROUND ADDIS ABABA
ADAMU TERFA KENO, DR. G.S. BATRA 

165-180

16.   

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE- A TOOL FOR ROBUST E-COMMERCE
R.BHUVANESWARI,  DR. P.NATARAJAN

181-191

17.   

A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING AMONG PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES IN ERNAKULAM, KERALA
KOTTURATHIL REENA DAMODAR, DR.NEELIMA RENJITH

192-197

18.   

A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR EVENT PROCESSING SYSTEM WITH DYNAMIC DECISION MAKING PROCESS
DR. R. MARIMUTHU

198-205

19.   

THE RACISM AND VIOLENT PSYCHOLOGICAL MALTREATMENT OF FEMALE CHILDREN IN THE AMERICAN AND KOREAN NOVELS: ESPECIALLY IN “THE BLUEST EYE” AND “FOX GIRL”
SARBANI DAS

206-212

20.   

SUSTAINABILITY OF WORKFORCE THROUGH WORK LIFE BALANCE
JAMINI RANJAN MEHER, DR. ROHITA KUMAR MISHRA

213-218

21.   

INDIAN NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY: TRENDS, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
SHAILJA KHANDURI ,  DR. NIDHI SHARMA

219-235

22.   

COUNSELING IMPLICATIONS OF SHRIMAD BHAGWATGEETA
SONICA TYAGI, M.ATAURREHMAN KHAN

236-246

23.   

AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE LIBRARIES OF DAV COLLEGES IN HARYANA
MS. MONIKA SAINI, DR. BALJINDER KAUR

247-262

24.   

MAJOR CONSTRAINS IN ORGANIC FARMING: AN OVERVIEW IN INDIAN CONTEXT
JYOTI, ANITA DAGAR

263-272

25.   

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX IN INDIA- LITERATURE REVIEW
DAVINDER KAUR

273-280

26.   

PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION EXPENDITURE IN WEST BENGAL – TRENDS AND ITS RELATION WITH NSDP
SEBAK KUMAR JANA, ADWAITA MAITI

281-294

27.   

EFFECT OF DIVERSE LENDING MODELS ON SUSTAINABILITY OF MICROFINANCE PROGRAMME
DR. ARADHANA CHOUKSEY, DR. YAMINI KARMARKAR

295-305

28.   

ANALYSIS OF PROFILE OF THE RESPONDENTS AND MARKETING STRATEGIES ADOPTED OF BANANA FARMERS IN THOOTHKUDI DISTRICT
G. MUTHIAH, DR. G. GURUSAMY

306-316

29.   

FACTOR ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION AND MARKETING PROBLEMS FACED BY BANANA FARMERS IN THOOTHUKUDI DISTRICT
G. MUTHIAH,  DR. G. GURUSAMY

317-324

30.   

HUMAN RIGHTS AWARENESS AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH REGARD TO GENDER, STREAM AND NEUROTIC PATTERN OF PERSONALITY
DR. BALWANT SADRATE

325-332

31.   

THE MULTI-DIMENSIONS OF SUBORDINATION AND THE WIDOWS IN MANIPUR (ICSSR MAJOR PROJECT: 02/287/2016-17/RP DATED 30.3.2017)
DR. PRIYADARSHNI M. GANGTE

333-344

32.   

ATTITUDE OF HIMACHALI SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS TOWARDS MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME
RENUKA CHANDEL

345-352

33.   

A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF POWER SECTOR OF INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NTPC
RENU HOODA,  DR. KULDIP SINGH CHHIKARA

353-364

34.   

NON-PERFORMING ASSETS: A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF RECAPITALIZATION ON SELECT PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS
SUDIPTA CHAKRABORTY

365-374

35.   

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
KATTA SWATHI 

375-383

36.   

THEORIES OF PSYCHOPATHY: A COMPLETE BLEND OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND LAW
MS. JASWINDER 

384-392

37.   

TOURIST’S SHOPPING BEHAVIOR AND THEIR PURCHASE INTENTION: A STUDY IN THE INDIAN TOURISM SECTOR
ISHFAQ HUSSAIN BHAT1; DR. SAPNA SINGH2 

393-401

38.   

A CRITIQUE OF JOHN KEKES’ ARGUMENTS OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
SOORAJ KUMAR MAURYA 

402-412

39.   

FDI IN “MAKE IN INDIA”
DR. SUMANA CHATTERJEE 

413-421

40.   

USAGE OF INTERNET FOR HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES
LEENA CHAUHAN, DR. AVANI MANIAR 

422-434

41.   

GROWTH IN AREA OF ARECANUT CULATIVATION AND PRODUCTION: AN OVERVIEW
MR. BANGARAPPA BANKAPUR, DR. A.S. SHIRALASHETTI 

435-440

42.   

ANTHROPOGENIC THREATS TO THE FOOD FISH & ORNAMENTAL FISH COMMUNITY IN THE NORTH EAST COAST OF INDIA: BY USING SHANNON WEINER SPECIES DIVERSITY INDEX
ABHISEK SAHA, SUFIA ZAMAN AND ABHIJIT MITRA

441-451

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