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ZIJMR VOLUME - 09 ISSUE -05 ( MAY,2019)

ZENITH INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
ZIJMR, VOL. 9 ISSUE 5 ; May 2019; ISSN 2231-5780

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1.       

EMPOWERING THE POWER SECTOR THROUGH UDAY: A STUDY OF HARYANA
KAMALJIT SINGH, DR. SIMMI VASHISHTHA

1-7

2.       

ANALYSIS OF THE MUTHUVAN TRIBE:  UNDERSTANDING THEIR TRIBAL BELIEF AND TRADITIONS
AJAY JAYACHANDRAN

8-15

3.       

IMPACT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS ON THE PROFITABILITY OF SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS
GARGI, DR. PRASHANT KUMAR

16-31

4.       

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVES IN INDIA: A REVIEW
VIKAS BEHAL, DR. RAJNI BALA

32-39

5.       

A COMPARATIVE STUDY:DIGITAL PAYMENT MODES VS. CASH ON DELIVERY
SWATI GARG, SARVJEET KAUR

40-45

6.       

SIMPLE SEASONAL TIME SERIES ANALYSIS FORECASTING MODEL – INDIAN MSME IN 2020
A. SATHISH, DR. S. RAJAMOHAN

46-55

7.       

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE PERFORMANCES OF PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA
DR.SHOBANA

56-73

8.       

MEASUREMENT MODEL OF FACTORS AFFECTING CONSUMER PURCHASE DECISION OF PRIVATE LABEL BRANDS
DR. UMESH RAMCHANDRA RAUT, DR. PRAFULLA ARJUN PAWAR

74-83

9.       

POVERTY AND ITS RELATED ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY
PRIYANKA YADAV, DR MANOJ KUMAR

84-92

10.   

COST OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN TRIPURA: AN ANALYSIS WITH REFERENCE TO GOVERNMENT GENERAL DEGREE COLLEGES
DR. SANJOY DAS,  DR. DINESH CHANDER SHARMA

93-105

11.   

PERCEPTION ABOUT DIFFICULTIES FACED BY TRAINEE TEACHERS DURING SCHOOL INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
DEBAPRIYA GHOSH

106-113

12.   

EMPLOYEES AWARENESS ON GREEN HRM PRACTICES IN SELECTED IT INDUSTRIES – SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHENNAI
A.V.SHINTHIYA, DR. S. MAHALINGAM

114-120

13.   

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF DIGITAL PAYMENT IN INDIAN ECONOMY
DR. REENA GUPTA, DR. SANJAY SHARMA

121-128

14.   

A REVIEW PAPER ON SOFTWARE TESTING TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS
EKTA NEHRA

129-139

15.   

CAN DNA EVIDENCE BE FAKED?
ADV. VEENA NAIR, DR.SHRADHA PANDEY

140-148

16.   

EVOLUTION AND CURRENT SCENARIO OF MOBILE BANKING IN INDIA
NISHA YADAV

149-157

17.   

A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF NPAS OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA
AAKANSHA DAHIYA,  DR. KULDIP SINGH CHHIKARA

158-170

18.   

ASSESSING MOTHERS’ SATISFACTION IN MOTHER AND CHILD CARE CENTERS OF GABON: A STUDY BASED ON COMMUNICATION AND RESPONSIVENESS QUALITY
MABIKA NZYENGUI MARIE SOSTHINA WANDA, MBAMPE NGOYON EPFIRA EBY

171-182

19.   

INTERNET BANKING IN INDIA: A REVIEW
GAGANDEEP KAUR, DR. RAJNI BALA

183-190

20.   

CORRELATION OF SOME DIMENSIONS OF ANTARCTIC OZONE HOLE AND DIFFERENT SOLAR AND GEOMAGNETIC PARAMETERS
SAUMEN GHOSH, SARASIJ JANA, SANDIP DUTTA,DR. PRATAP KUMAR JANA

191-197

21.   

EFFECT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS ON THE PROFITABILITY OF NABARD
NOOR FATIMA

198-211

22.   

POLICY AND CURRENT STATE OF ART OF STEM EDUCATION IN INDIA FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
DR.VAISHALI PANCHAL

212-216

23.   

PHYTO-DIVERSITY OF GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE RAMBAN, JAMMU AND KASHMIR (INDIA)
ASHAQ HUSSAIN KHAN DEEPAK CHAUHAN

217-222

24.   

A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL ASSESSMENT MARKS OF B.ED. STUDENTS
SUNIL KUMAR TOMAR, PROF. J. S. BHARDWAJ

223-228

25.   

SELF-ACTUALIZATION AMONG SCHOOL TEACHERS IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT
DR. A. SIVAKUMAR

229-236

26.   

A  DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON IDENTIFICATION OF THE RISK FACTORS OF CERVICAL CANCER AMONG WOMEN WITH CERVICAL CANCER AT SELECTED HOSPITALS, COIMBATORE
MRS. FUELA ESTHER THANGAM,

237-241

27.   

A STUDY ON WOMEN CONSUMER BEHAVIOURTOWARDS LIFE STYLE PRODUCTS
MRS. M. MADHU LATHA, DR. SMITHA SAMBRANI

242-256

28.   

COLLEGE STUDENT’S ADAPTATION OF M-WALLETS- A STUDY BASED ON NORTH INDIA
 MR. MOHIT KAPIL, DR. KRITY GULATI MEHTA

257-264

29.   

AN INTER-BLOCK ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF HATHRAS DISTRICT, UTTAR PRADESH
DR. MUMTAJ AHMAD, MR. PASARUL ISLAM,MS. ENAYAT BANO

265-277

30.   

MUDRA: A STEP IN REVITALIZING MSMES (WITH REFERENCE TO THE STATE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH)
 MS. KOKILA NEGI, DR. SANJAY THAKUR

278-287

31.   

PHARMACEUTICAL MARKETING COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON PHYSICIAN PRESCRIPTION PREFERENCE DR.MUKTAK VYAS ,  MR. ASHWANI PANESAR

288-299

32.   

INTERNATIONAL MARKET ANALYSIS OF GOLD’S DEMAND AND SUPPLY -WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GOLD STRIKES IN INDIADR. SHIVANI NISCHAL

300-315

33.   

GLOBAL SCENARIO OF CYBER BULLYING: A REVIEW
DR. RAJALAKSHMI M, DR. B. NARESH

316-327

34.   

A STUDY ON “CONSUMER AWARENESS TOWARDS PROMOTION OF BAJAJ FINSERV EMI SCHEME IN RETAIL MARKET”
DR. MANOJ GADRE, MR. SAHIL SONI
 

328-340

35.   

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN RAILWAYS:AN INDIAN SCENARIO
DR. MOHIT KUMAR OJHA 

341-355

36.   

COMMUNICATION ATTRIBUTES AND PUBLIC RELATION: AN ANALYSIS IN HOSPITALS OF BHOPAL CITY
VIJAY SINGH RATHORE, DR. NEHA MATHUR,DR. KAUSTUBH JAIN 

356-367

37.   

GREEN BANKING USES: A STUDY OF YOUNG GENERATION IN LUCKNOW, UTTAR PRADESH
YUDHVIR SINGH, PROF. RAM MILAN

368-387

38.   

FEMALE HOMICIDE CRIMES:A REVIEW OF PSYCHO-SOCIAL DETERMINANTS
DR.JYOTSANA SHUKLA

388-398

39.   

VARYING VOLATILITY WITH DIFFERENT MODELS: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO AUTOMOBILE SECTOR IN CNX NIFTY COMPANIES IN INDIA
DR. SABARI RAJAN G B, DR. PRABHAKARAN K

399-411

40.   

IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND PERCEIVED ORGANISATION SUPPORT ON INTRAPRENEURSHIP
Ms. R. SONA

412-421

41.   

DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING PACKAGE IN THE CONTEXT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DR. N. BALASUBRAMANIAN

422-433

42.   

EMOTIONAL INTELLIENCE OF THE PRINCIPALS/HEADS OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS: A DIFFERENTIAL STUDY
PROF. N. BALASUBRAMANIAN, PROF. A. VELAYUDHAN

434-443

43.   

INFLUENCE OF COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES FOR MARKETING OF HOTEL INDUSTRY IN PUNJAB
DR RANVIR SINGH AND SANIA ARORA

444-448

44.   

AN EXTENSIVE LITERATURE REVIEW ON BEHAVIORAL BIASES
MS. POOJA GUPTA,  DR. ANSHU BHARDWAJ

449-464

45.   

A STUDY ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS ON DIGITAL USAGES
MS T. BHAVANI, T. AMIRTHASUBHASINI

465-476

46.   

EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF EDIBLE FRUITS AND NUTS
T.BHAVANI, B.KARTHIK

477-486

47.   

EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF LEATHER PRODUCTS IN INDIA
MS T.BHAVANI, S.DHIVYA

487-495

48.   

EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF PINCIPLE COMMODITIES FROM INDIA
DR.N.BHUVANESHKUMAR, T.ABINAYAVISHALIN

496-508

49.   

COMMODITY WISE EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF HANDLOOM PRODUCTS
MS. T. BHAVANI, K. ANIRUTHA

509-519

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