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ZIJMR VOLUME - 07 ISSUE -10 ( OCT.,2017)

ZENITH INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
ZIJMR, VOL. 7 ISSUE 10; October 2017; ISSN 2231-5780 

SR. NO.

CONTENT PAGE

PAGE NO.

1.       

PERCEPTIONS ABOUT THE ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN MGNREGA SCHEME IN SELECTED BLOCKS IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI DISTRICT
DR. S. VASANTHI

1-7

2.       

INTER-SECTORAL COMPARISON OF IMPACT OF DIVIDEND ANNOUNCEMENTS ON THE BASIS OF ABNORMAL STOCK RETURNS IN THE PRE AND POST ANNOUNCEMENT PERIOD
MR. DINESH TANDON, DR. NIDHI WALIA 

8-29

3.       

THE DETERMINANTS OF DIVIDEND POLICY OF SELECTED INDIAN TEXTILE COMPANIES
DR. CHETANA R. MARVADI 

30-39

4.       

DETERMINATION OF CO-INTEGRATION BETWEEN ROAD CONNECTIVITY AND FDI INFLOWS
NEENA BRAR, DR.B.S BHATIA, DR.RUBEENA BAJWA 

40-46

5.       

THE IMPACT OF DIWALI ON STOCK MARKET AND COMMODITY MARKET
DR. SATHISH KUMAR B, SHEETHAL C RAPHEAL,KRISHNA KUMARI L 

47-56

6.       

FUNDAMENTAL FINANCIAL INDICATORS OF PULSE PHARMACEUTICALS PVT LTD
 SANTOSHI 

57-74

7.       

A STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE AND VALUES OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF THE MAHARAJA SAYAJIRAO UNIVERSITY OF BARODA IN RELATION TO THEIR EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS
DR. UMA SONI, DR. UMA JOSHI

75-86

8.       

CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT-A STUDY ON CONSUMER AWARENESS
MRS.PUJA BANSAL

87-99

9.       

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE DIVIDEND DETERMINANTS OF INDIAN TEXTILE FIRMS
DR. A. GAYATHRIDEVI

100-120

10.   

SELF AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS: A CASE STUDY OF VISUALLY, HEARING AND ORTHOPAEDICALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS OF JAMMU CITY
ANA BALI

121-140

11.   

INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL ACCOUNTING DISCLOSURE ON INVESTMENT DECISION OF POTENTIAL INVESTORS
DR ANURADHA. P S, TEJASWINI G AND SANJANA S

141-150

12.   

REPRESENTATION AND IMPACT OF WOMANHOOD IN LOUISA MAY ALCOTT’S LITTLE WOMAN
LISHAFREDRICK, DR.J.KARTHIKEYAN

151-155

13.   

RELEVANCE OF PCI ETHICS IN CONTEMPORARY NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY IN INDIA: A STUDY OF TWO NATIONAL NEWSPAPERS OF INDIA
MS. ROMICA

156-165

14.   

ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCES ON LEARNING DISABILITIES:A STUDY OF MALHARVILLAGE IN UDHAMPUR DISTRICT OF J&K STATE
SHEETAL SHARMA,  PROF. (DR.) RENU NANDA

166-173

15.   

EVOLUTION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO LIVE IN A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT UNDER ARTICLE 21 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA: A LEGAL CONSIDERATE
DR. DEEPAK KUMAR

174-180

16.   

GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN WAGE
RAM RAJ. G

181-186

17.   

DISPLACEMENTS TRIGGERED BY DEVELOPMENT-SOME ISSUES  FOR REFLECTION
DR.K.V.AMARNATH, PROF. A.R.DAS

187-193

18.   

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONES IN HUBLI-DHARWAD CITY: A STUDY
MR. BANGARAPPA BANKAPUR, DR. A.S. SHIRALASHETTI

194-208

19.   

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH SELECT WELFARE SCHEMES: A STUDY OF BICHOLIM TALUKA
SHWETA BORKAR

209-218

20.   

DOMESTIC CONSUMERS’ BEHAVIOR: ISSUES IN ADOPTION OF SOLAR WATER HEATING
CHAKRAVARTHI KOUNDINYA, VIJAYUDU GNANAMKONDA

219-228

21.   

MSMES FINANCE AVAILABILITY:  IS THERE ANY CHANGE IN THE SCENARIO
DR. MATEEN AHMED SIDDIQUI

229-236

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