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Global Journal of Research in Management (GJRIM)


ISSN: 2319-8915
Global Journal of Research in Management (GJRIM)
GJRIM is Bi-Annual Journal - Published in June and December

Global Journal of Research in Management (GJRIM)

The Global Journal of Research in Management initiated the publication process in the year 2011, and First print issued with ISSN number released in December 2012.

Subject : Management

Language : English

Aims :

GJRIM aims to provide research-based papers, articles and case reviews on varied topics of Management. Journal focuses on theoretical / empirical research papers or case studies of research oriented nature and/or policy implications of work described.

Scope :

GJRIM's scope in terms of incorporating and disseminating management research work done at global level. We also wish to make this Journal a platform to provide cross-cultural research in management domain. \Further, it aims to provide research-based papers, articles and case reviews on varied topics of Management. Focus will be on original work on theoretical or empirical research or experience, illustrating the practical applicability and/or policy implications of work described. The selection of papers for publication will be based on their clarity, relevance, topicality, originality and the extent to which they advance knowledge, understanding and application; and also their likely contribution towards inspiring further development and research.

Frequency of Publication

Bi-Annual Journal - Published in June and December


Editorial Team

Chief Patron
Dr. Dinesh R. Shah,
Provost,
Uka Tarsadia University
Editors
Dr. Jitesh Parmar
Associate Professor, SRIMCA- MBA, UTU
jitesh.parmar@utu.ac.in
Dr. Vijay Gondaliya
Associate Professor & I/C Director, BVPIM, UTU
vijay.gondaliya@utu.ac.in
Dr. Krunal Patel
I/C Director, SRIMCA-MBA, UTU
krunal.patel@utu.ac.in
Editorial Board
Dr. Dannie Lee Brown
Dean,
International Academic Programs,
Crandall University,Moncton Canada.
danniebrown@crandalluniversity.ca
https://www.crandallu.ca/staff/dannie-brown/
Dr. Prashant Joshi
Professor of Finance,
Saint Martin's University, WA, United States of America (USA).
pjoshi@stmartin.edu
https://www.stmartin.edu/directory/prashant-joshi-phd
Dr.N R Parasuraman
Director,
Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development(SDMIMD) MYSORE, India.
nrparasuraman@sdmimd.ac.in
https://sdmimd.ac.in/nrparasuraman
Dr. Mahesh L. Abale
Professor & I/c. Director,
S.P.Mandali's Prin.N.G.Naralkar Institute of Career Development & Research, Savitribai Phule Pune Iniversity,Pune, India.
director@ngnipune.net
http://bcud.unipune.ac.in/utilities/college_search/IMMP010630_ENG/Pune_University_College
Dr. Dhiraj Sharma
Professor,
Institute of Management Studies, Lal Quzn Ghaziabad, India
dhiraj.sharma@imsgzb.com ( Currently on Subbatical)
Dr. Balasubramaniam Santhanam
Professor,
Kohinoor Business School.KET Complex,Kohinoor City Vidyavihar(west),Mumbai, India
cs.balasubramaniam@kbs.ac.in
https://kohinoor.edu.in/faculty.html
Dr. Jaydip Chaudhari
Professor,
Department of Business Industrial Management, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University,Surat, India.
jnchaudhari@vnsgu.ac.in
https://www.vnsgu.ac.in/departments/department-of-business-and-industrial-management/faculty-department-of-business-and-industrial-management/
Dr. Neeraj Kaushik
Associate Professor,
Department of Business Administration,National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra, Haryana,India
neeraj.kaushik@nitkkr.ac.in
http://www.nitkkr.ac.in/comp_faculty_details.php?idd=67

Call for Papers

Prospective authors can submit their contributions to the Editor round the year. While sending contributions to the journal, author must follow the guidelines.

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In accepting work for publication, the Editors and reviewers give special weight to readability and interest value for a wide readership. All papers are reviewed by at least three expert referees as well as an Editor. The Editors' decision is final.

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(Derived from the recommendations of Elsevier and COPE's Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors)

Global Journal of Research in Management (GJRIM) is a peer-reviewed international journal. This statement spells out ethical behaviour of all parties involved in the act of publishing an article for this journal, i.e.: the author, the editors, the peer-reviewers and the publisher. GJRIM is committed to ensuring ethics in publication and quality of articles therefore conformance to standards of ethical behavior is therefore expected of all parties mentioned below:

Authors : Authors should clearly represent the objective of discussing the significance of research work as well as provide adequate details and references to permit others to replicate the experiments. Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behavior and are unacceptable. Review articles should also be objective, comprehensive, and accurate accounts of the state of the art. The authors should ensure that their work is original, and if the work and/or words of others have been used, this has been appropriately referenced and acknowledged. The corresponding author should ensure that there is a full consensus of all co-authors in approving the final version of the paper and its submission for publication.

Plagiarism : Plagiarism in all its forms is unacceptable and will be treated as unethical publishing behavior. We at GJRIM strongly discourage and against this unethical practices in research. Copying text from other research article without properly crediting the source (plagiarism) or writing many research articles with more or less the same content by the same authors (self-plagiarism) is not acceptable.

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June 2022

SrNo. Topic Authors
1

A Correlational Study Between Sex Ratio And Literacy Rate Matrix In India: A Case Study Of Jammu And Kashmir State


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Changing Demographic statistics overwhelmingly have both instantaneous and distant policy ramifications for all the nations of the world, especially for India, which is going to emerge as the worlds populist country in near future. The country, on one hand, is expected to enjoy an adverse sex ratio. The situation is almost identical in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The panorama demands a careful investigation into gender statistics. Accordingly, the study based on secondary data attempts to examine the influence of literacy and illiteracy on selective sex births in rural and urban areas. The study on the basis of parametric analyses finds that literacy significantly contributes to selective sex births both in urban and rural areas and illiteracy largely favors unselective sex births. Moreover, the study observes that selective sex births syndrome is overwhelmingly adopted by the literate population. This seems a major reason for the aggravated sex ratio in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Moreover, the study on the basis of some advanced studies in medical science emphasizes that eliminating feticide on the basis of advanced medical aid is yet not a full proof procedure to know exactly the type sex of new birth in advance. Therefore, the paper attempts to refute the belief that the sex of a foetus not be determined exactly. The reality the fact is that the sex of a foetus cannot be determined exactly before the actual birth. Thus the study concludes that the gender statistics imbroglio is a very crucial issue and its myths and realities should be exposed in the light of advanced medical science along with eliminating emerging socio-economic evils in the society.

  1. Dr Mehraj Ud Din Shah
2

A Study Of Impact Of Pandemic On The Telecommunication Industry: Descriptive Analysis Of The Situation


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Telecom industry within sector of Information and Communication technology and is the second largest in the world. In this research paper, which is descriptive in nature, researchers have tried to portray the support of telecom industry during COVID-19 situation to other sectors and challenges faced by it. The source of data is basically secondary by nature. Private players of telecom industry like Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea are studied in detail. During COVID situation, most people were confined to homes. The economy and businesses were run from home. Besides, when people had more leisure time at their disposal, the usage of data resulting from surfing, chatting, browsing, playing online games and so on increased drastically. This led to growth of telecom industry. The paper concludes that telecom industry is a booming sector, and it had low losses as compared to others. How telecos are responding to various challenges is also discussed in this paper.

  1. Priyanka S. Kaskar
  2. Dr. Vinod Patel
3

Rural Livelihood Options And Its Associated Problems Inassam


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The economy of the state Assam is based on Agriculture and the rural mass depends mainly on agriculture and allied activities for their subsistence. The socio-economic status of majority of rural communities in the state is poor. Besides cultivation of various agricultural and commercial crops, the population of the state also practices fishing, breeding, sericulture, ceramics, husbandry, pottery etc. for their livelihood options. To understand various problems and prospects of socio economic development of rural communities, a case study was conducted in the Lakhimpur district of Assam. As a part of the study, this present paper addresses the livelihood aspects and socio economic condition of the rural communities in the Lakhimpur district of Assam. The district Lakhimpur is situated in the northern bank of the Brahmaputra river and about 91 per cent population reside in the rural areas. For the primary data collections 8 villages are selected randomly 4 from each of two Developmental Blocks namely the Nowboicha and Narayanpur. In total, 160 household families are randomly selected considering each villages 10 percent respondents are randomly selected for final data collection. The data are collected through personal interviews using standard questionnaire. The study reveals that although the agriculture is the main employment and livelihood options of the people, the productivity and economic performance of agriculture is very poor. Regular floods, as well as the lack of irrigation and modern facilities are found as critical factors of poor performance of agriculture. To meet their daily needs, people have adopted other options, such as fishing and fishing, cattle breeding, cattle rearing and handicrafts etc. but even these activities do not provide enough earning to meet fulfil their basic needs. The lack of various infrastructures not only limits the livelihood options of the rural mass but also hinders their socio economic development.

  1. Dr.Biren Saikia
4

A Study Of Relationship Between Indian Stock Market And International Stock Market


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We have conducted the study to know the relationship between Indian stock market and international stock markets. As in todays time period people are investing comparatively more in stock market, so it becomes essential to take calculative risk. As we know after globalization, Indian investors have been trading globally and so for minimizing their risk in stock market, which is due to volatility and other factors. This study will help investors to know about the trend of past 10 years for its inter linkages between the stock markets of countries namely India, US, Japan and China. For minimizing the loss in stock market, we have tested the daily data from January 2010 to December 2020 by applying Unit Root Test and Engle-Granger Cointegration Test. The results of Augmented Dickey Fuller Test shows that the data of all stock markets are stationary at first difference. And the results of Engle-Granger Causality Test shows that there exists cointegration between the stock markets. This test has given the results that stock market of India is interlinked with US, Japan and China. Now it can be said that decision affecting the stock market of US, Japan or China [in any of the mentioned countries] will also affect the Indian stock market. Investors now can take decision wisely about their international trading in stock market. As the stock markets are interlinked with Indian stock markets, this also means that decisions or changes or the factors affecting the Indian stock market will also affect the stock markets of US, Japan and China.

  1. Vanshika Ramchandani
  2. Divya Issrani
  3. Hitendra Lachhwani
5

A Study On Factors Influencing Decision Of Customers Purchasing Life Insurance Product With Reference To Age Group In Gujarat Region (Chi-Square Analysis Approach)


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Indian insurance industry growth rate of 14.47% (IBEF Report) this sector plays a vital role for Indian GDP. This study identified various factors based on cultural, social, personal, psychological parameters. The aim of the study was to identify factors influencing the purchase decision of customer purchasing life insurance product with reference to age group in the Gujarat region. Researchers identified various dependent and independent variables from the Chi-square Analysis Approach. The result was derived from hypothesis testing with respect to age and purchasing decision of life insurance products. Total 30 factors have been identified in this empirical study.

  1. Dr. Kalpeshkumar B. Prajapati
  2. Dr.Jaideepsingh H. Jetawat
6

The Hurdle To Implementation Of Abc In Automotive Engineering Msme Units In Gujarat


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There has been much debate over the best method of accounting for the costs incurred by India's manufacturing sector, particularly the sectors devoted to the mechanical processing of goods. However, it is widely accepted that many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Automotive Engineering industry continue to use outdated costing methods because they lack access to modern resources and training. In their review of the existing literature, the authors identified a need for further investigation into the challenges faced by the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in India's Automotive Engineering Industry when adopting the ABC costing approach. The ubiquity of SMEs, especially those involved in the automotive engineering industry, gives this study great importance for offering practical advice.

  1. Suresh Prajapati
  2. Prof. (Dr.) Paresh Shah
7

A Systematic Review Of Ed Tech Education Platform An Indian Perspective


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Virtual learning has become most desired learning choice open to the educational institutions i.e., schools, colleges and universities due to the fast development of the internet technologies in India. New trends are emerging which affects the field of education such as Artificial intelligence, Virtual education, Game-based curricula, Paperless textbooks, Open education resources (OER), Collaborative learning, learning analytics, flipped learning, Blended learning, Massive Open Online Course (MOOCs) etc. One can witness the increase in the number of people choosing the e learning platforms for the purpose of learning on a daily basis. Parents are absolutely ready in terms of investing in these virtual platforms so that their children are benefitted by quality education for the entire life. Hence it becomes imperative to study the varied Indian virtual learning applications which are thriving in the market and catering to the needs of students from schools, higher educational institutions and also those preparing for various competitive examinations. The study is conducted to understand the background knowledge of Ed Tech education system, to find out the key variables playing important role in the acceptance Ed Tech education and to understand the challenges, products and market players offering in Ed Tech education.

  1. Jatin Pande
  2. Dr. Anurag Pandey

December 2021

SrNo. Topic Authors
1

A Comparative Analysis of ServiceQuality of Private Life insuranceCompanies


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Rapid digitization and globalization are leading to the existence of knowledgeableand more conscious customers. The companies have to win the battle in the minds of the customers for their success. The thought process, perceptions, and attitudesof customers are built on the quality of the experiences they had with servicefirms. Therefore private life insurance companies must be acknowledged with thecustomer perceptions of their services. The paper focuses on the service quality ofthe top five private life insurance companies: ICICI Prudential Life Insurance,Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance, HDFC Standard Life Insurance, Max Life Insurance,and SBI Life Insurance companies. The study revealed that the serviceperformances of the private life insurance companies are not up to the expectations of the customers. The study revealed that Bajaj Allianz Life Insurancehas better service quality in comparison to the other four life insurancecompanies. Thus, the study discovered that customers are dissatisfied with theservices of private life insurance companies. The private life insurance companiesneed to improve their tangibility, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy,service convenience and service availability dimensions to positively enhance thecustomer perceptions of service quality of private life insurance companies. Private life insurance companies should improve their quality of service toenhance customer satisfaction. Private life insurance companies knowing thecustomer perceptions of their services can focus and formulate accordingly theirservice process.

  1. Dr. Monika Agarwal
  2. Dr. Samridhi Tanwar
2

A Study on the Availment of ExportFinance by Exporters in Surat City


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Export is important for any economy to grow. In order to boost export, finance ismade available by various institutions and banks. Export finance can be availed inthe form of pre-shipment and post-shipment credit, also it can be availed in homecurrency or foreign currency. On the other hand, some difficulties are also facedby exporters who want to avail such export finance. This paper studies theavailment of export finance in Surat city. It is found that in Surat city, exportersprefer to avail pre-shipment finance from private banks. Also it can be seen thatthe exporters face difficulties such as requirement of excessive documents whileavailing the export finance, they find the procedure to be lengthy and even afterthat it takes a long time for them to actually receive the finance.

  1. Divya R. Patel
3

Alternative Source of Finance a Way for Start-Up Finance


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A startup experience could be depicted as a business that is in the essential times of development, starting to make and is normally an individual contribution orcollecting from people. New associations are only the opportunity ofcommercialization. Investors play a vital role in commencing the startups. Butcapital and capital access to startups is an enduring problem. While some of themost recent startup businesses have benefited from traditional sources of finance,a huge proportion of companies are still having difficulty raising money frommodern source of finance. Fundamental dauntlessness to the business and realrunning of the business measures are possible essentially by satisfying requiredproportion of money to the new organizations. This research paper analysis the problems faced by startup enterprises in attaining finance and also how startup'suse different methods to raise fund for their startup.

  1. Dr. Anubhab Patnaik
4

Returns of Initial Public Offering in Short Term and Long Term Period


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The study was done to understand the short term and long term IPO performance. In order to achieve this, we have obtained returns on the day ofissue, 30 days after the date of issue. It can be seen that returns obtained byinvesting in the IPO issued on NSE is more than the return obtained by investingin the IPO issued on BSE. The research paper will help the investor tounderstand when is the right time for investor to make an exit from the time the investment is made and how much average return the investor can make if heexits its position on the stock. Initially the IPO after getting listed market under performance is negatively related to the size of the firms, suggesting that large IPOs should expect less negative future returns. Similar to the short-term,market condition plays an important role in the aftermarket. The IPOs withexcess initial returns tends to offer extremely negative in the long term. Thequestion that is raised is how to interpret the significantly long-rununderperformance that follows the IPOs. The IPO's offered average positivereturns on the day of issue, 30 days after the day of issue irrespective of the stock exchange on which the stock is been issued. This result is in contrary to the pastresult which reveals that the IPO's underperform after 30 days of issue. The above research paper will help the investor to make required returns if they buythe stocks and sell them at right time.

  1. Dr. Aabha S Singhvi
  2. Dr. Pankajray Patel
  3. Yash Doshi
5

Study of Purchasing Attitude with reference to Consumer Ethnocentrism


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Purpose: Main objective of this research paper is to study of purchasing attitudewith reference to consumer ethnocentrism in Surat region.

Design: This research design is descriptive using a non-probability conveniencesampling method. Survey was conducted on a sample of 250 consumers throughdeveloping online structured questionnaire.

Findings: Majority of consumers are more likely to consider the image of thecountry of origin when making purchasing decisions. Price, quality, ease ofavailability, availability of after sales services and previous experience wereaffecting purchasing decisions.

Research limitations/implications: With this study researcher tried to establish arelationship between consumer ethnocentrism attitude and demand for domesticproducts.

Contribution and value-add: This study would enhance consumer ethnocentrismattitude where research on consumer ethnocentrism is still not popular. Theresearch study attempts on the background to develop positive attitude towardsdomestic goods or "local for vocal" theme in India.

  1. Dr. Shaileshkumar J. Limbad
  2. Dr. Vinod B. Patel

June 2021

SrNo. Topic Authors
1

Knowledge and Competitiveness, and Employee Salaries and Benefits in the Government: An Attempt for a Global Experience


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The paper studies knowledgebase and competitiveness of selected countries from all the continents and finds that countries with lower scores in the above knowledgebase pay higher salaries and benefits to the public sector employees. Their public-private pay gap is also higher. These countries also overstaff their public sector organizations. The paper also studies reporting and financial disclosure of selected nationally important public sector organizations of these countries. These organizations also report and disclose very little. Most of these countries are also found to be faith-based. The study takes UNDP, UNESCO, WIPO and World Bank for knowledge and competitiveness rankings, and budget documents of the respective countries for public sector pay and public expenditures. The study period is 2018-19. The results are mixed, partly consistent and partly inconsistent with the previous literature. One important finding of this paper is that although in macro level (country level) Saudi Arabia, UAE and Chile stand in the middle and upper middle regarding knowledgebase and competitiveness, in micro level (organizational level) disclosure and financial reporting of these countries is very poor.

  1. Dhiman Chowdhury
2

A Study of Motivational Factors of Women Entrepreneurs in Pune City


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One of the prime reasons is non active participation of women population. This underutilized or untapped potential creates lot of problems in India. For alleviating poverty and bringing meaningful economic & social development, India has to promote and enhance gender equality and women empowerment Performance of any individual depends on his or her ability backed by the motivation. Ambitions or aspirations motivate people, activate them, broaden their vision and make their lives meaningful. For a person to become an entrepreneur there should be considerable motivation from within himself or herself. It is now believed after many researches that entrepreneur can be developed and need not necessarily be born. For thousands of years female are facing male dominance and now society stand at the beginning of the feminine era, when women will rise to their appropriate prominence , the entire world will recognize the harmony between man and women. Women strives for perfection but she should not strive for perfection but for excellence. Most of the women focus on their urgent tasks than important. Balance means not only better time management, but better boundary management

  1. Dr. Manasi Atul Atitkar
3

To Study the Investment Pattern of Salaried People in Surat City


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The term speculation is a kind of action that is being occupied with by individuals who need to do investment funds for example ventures are produced using their reserve funds, or as such it is individuals contribute their reserve funds. At present a wide range of speculation choices are accessible to the financial backers that are bank, Gold, Real home, post administrations, shared assets and so on considerably more. Financial backers are continually putting away their cash with the various kinds of direction and destinations like benefit, security, appreciation, Income steadiness. Analyst in this examination has contemplated the various sorts and roads of ventures accessible and the elements that are needed to be thought of while choosing the speculation with the example size of 114 salaried representatives by leading the overview in Surat City, India. The examination recognizes the favoured venture roads among singular financial backers utilizing their own self-evaluation test for the reason. The investigation set up that those salaried representatives are thinking about the security just as great profit from speculation as first concern before venture. Respondents are significantly more aware about the distinctive venture roads accessible in India aside from female financial backers.

  1. Ms Nairuti S Chokkas
4

A Study on Effect of Behvioral Biases on Investor's Preference Regarding 80c Tax Saving Instruments in Surat City


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Behavioural finance is a new theoretical field which seeks to apply the understandings of the psychologists to recognize the behaviour of both investors and financial markets. It concentrates upon how investor is aware and acts on information to take investment decisions and that their behaviours reason them to make changed Selection about their financial decisions. Investors do not act sensibly in taking verdicts relating to investment. They have positive weaknesses like cognitive and emotional which take a predominating function in taking investment decision of individuals. They have behavioral biases in the event of taking investment decision. In this present paper researchers examines Effect of Behvioral Biases on Investor's Preference Regarding 80C Tax Saving Instruments in Surat City. Researcher has studied behavioral biases of investors investing in 80C tax saving instruments by conducting the survey with sample size of 100 investors through a well-structured questionnaire in Surat city. The sampling method used was convenient sampling through personal survey method by contacting investors of Surat city. The purpose of this study was to find out behavioral biases of investors while investing in tax saving 80C instruments in Surat City.

  1. Hiral D Mehta
  2. Dr. Jitesh Parmar
5

Development of Women Education in Assam: A Reality of Overflew since Independence


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Education is the powerful tool that changes all aspects of society for men and women, but our Indian society is still lagging far behind when it comes to educating women. The development of women's education is not only much more important in the development of a domestic family, but it is also more important in the development of the whole society. Therefore, it is urgent need to study the development of women's education in Assam. This paper aims to study the educational landscape of women past and present in Assam and its obstacles and has some suggested views on how to overcome it.

  1. Dr. Biren Saikia
6

A study on the impact of csr on financial performance of selected companies


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This study is about to know the impact of CSR on financial performance of the selected companies. The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of corporate social responsibility on the financial performance of the selected company with the help of PAT, ROA, ROE, ROC& EPS. For the analysis we used descriptive research design and collected data from annual report of companies from 2016 to 2019. The simple regression model used for analyzing the impact in which CSR taken as an independent variable and PAT, ROA, ROE, EOC & EPS as dependent variable. From the regression analysis it is found that there is an impact of CSR contribution on Profit before Tax (PBT) in Hindustan zinc. Return on equity (ROE) in Bharat Petroleum cor. And Ambuja cement, return on capital employed (ROC) in Mahindra and Mahindra and return on earning per share (EPS) in Ambuja cement. There is no impact found in Tata Chemical, Infosys Ltd, Tata Motors, ITC, and Indian Oil Corporation.

  1. Harsh Patel
  2. Bhoomi Patel

June 2020

SrNo. Topic Authors
1

A study on saving and investment pattern of salaried class people with special reference to Surat city


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Investment is an activity done by an investor for many purposes from their financial savings. It is the way in which salaried people can earn extra income or reduce the tax. The present study is considering different reasons for saving, investment avenues and factors affecting investment of salaried people working in different sectors. Structured questionnaire is designed and circulated among 214 prospective respondents with diversified age, income and education. Non probability sampling design yielded 153 responses from Surat - an economic capital of Gujarat state. The effort is made to factorize various desires for savings and to know saving and investment pattern of salaried people. Collected responses were factorized using exploratory factor analysis and the result includes seven statements, represented by two factors named as Living Augmentation and future Orientation, aggregately explained 42.72 percentage of variance. Correlation and one way ANOVA is also used to find a relationship between different variables from which conclusion has been made that income of salaried people and savings are significantly related and as saving increases investment also increases of the same class people. The study enables future researchers to expand the knowledge in the area of savings and investment by combining it with financial literacy or financial anxiety and various demographic characteristics of population of India.

  1. Varsha Gondaliya
  2. Dr. Dhaval Pandya
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Health insurance services: its market growth and determinants of consumer purchase decisions


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Now-a- days, health insurance service became much important due to increase in the number of lifestyle diseases and increasing medical cost in the Indian environment. Furthermore, healthcare costs have been growing at a rate of double digit figure for every year. Therefore, health insurance scheme is highly suggested to insure being health and family's health. Currently, wide range of health insurance plans available in the market with its own benefits. The success of the health insurance services depends on the wide acceptance of the public. The present empirical and analytical research examine that growth movement of health insurance market in terms of its premium collection for the reference period 2005-06 to 2018-19 and also to explore the responsible factors on purchase decision of health insurance services among the consumers. This study reported that the actual growth of health insurance market has been increasing trend for the reference period and its growth potential expected to INR 45,000 Crore in the FY 2021-22. The outcome of factor analysis reveals that nine different factors which are mainly considered by the consumers whenever they access health insurance services.

  1. Dr. B. Angamuthu
3

Inclusiveness of recent financial inclusion schemes: a field level investigation from Atrauli and Jabrauli village of Lucknow District


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Recently NDA Government, led by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has started many new schemes of financial inclusion to achieve the target of complete financial inclusion. Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY), Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY), Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY), Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY), PM MUDRA Scheme, Atal Pension Yojana (APY), are those schemes announced by Modi Government and targeted to provide different key financial services to the poor. On the basis of Government reports, it is being found that Government is claiming to open bank account of 99 percent households under the PMJDY scheme. Similarly, very adorable claims have also been made by Government related to other schemes. Under Mudra scheme nearly 8.5 crore loan account have been opened, which covers nearly 35 per cent of total households. Similarly as per data provided by Government on the website of PMSBY, PMJJBY, and APY nearly 9.6 crore (38.85%), 3 crore (12%), and 18 lakh (0.72%) households have been covered respectively.

Present study attempts to assess the above adorable claims of the Government with the help of field level observation collected through well structured questionnaire from Atrauli and Jabrauli villages of Lucknow District. In the analysis, it has been found that there is very big difference between the claim of government and ground realities. It has been identified that unawareness of villagers about these schemes and provisions made under these schemes, as one very important reason behind not getting the benefits of these schemes. As awareness is being identified as key variable for availing the benefit of government schemes, paper tries to explain the level of awareness with help of socio-economic characteristics and financial behavior of households using binomial logistic regression model.

  1. Dr. D. K. Yadav
4

A research study to identify factors responsible for usage of debit/credit cards


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The paper studies the factors responsible for the usage of debit/credit cards among the banking customers of Surat city in India. Primary data is compiled using structured questionnaire method along with reference of secondary information from various research articles and certified journal publications A sample of 186 respondents was considered by drawing sample through nonprobability convenience sampling method. Factor analysis was used to analyse the data. Questionnaire was framed by considering variable like Security in usage of cards, Convenience, Risk associated with carrying cash compared with cards, Suitability to Personality, Benefits available, Cheapest when compared with carrying cash, Good customer services, Discounts, Reliability, Safety and Control on Black Money. The analysis discloses that three factors namely Reliability (Safety), Discount and Personality are prime factors responsible for usage of debit/credit cards.

  1. Sumit Gopaldas Dhamani
  2. Varsha Gondaliya
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The perception of people towards goods and services tax in Vapi


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This paper seeks to study the people's perception regarding Goods and Services Tax. The method of study was a survey. The main aim is to study the customer's perception towards GST and to study if there is any significant difference in perception of people on the basis of some demographic characteristics like gender, occupation, qualification, etc. The major findings are that people have a neutral attitude towards GST i.e. they don't have a positive nor a negative attitude towards GST except few aspects on the basis of some demographic factors.

  1. Zankhana Atodaria
  2. Jinal Nandaniya
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A study on work-life issues with respect to school teachers


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Whether it is public sector or private sector, work-life balance has now been discussed more widely in India. An employee person has various roles to play at a time; first the family role; followed by organization role. These roles have altogether different skills and expectations. When role demands overlap, it leads to role class. Serious problems are faced by the employees, which ultimately result into losses for the incumbent, family and the organization at large. This paper delves into work-life balance issues with reference to females working as school teachers in reputed private schools of Bhopal.

  1. Jitendra Kumar Sharma

December 2020

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A Study on Expiration Effects of Stock Future on Price and Volume of Underlying Stocks with Reference to Indian Capital Market


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India is one of the fastest developing economy with having International Stock Exchanges like NSE and BSE. The Stock Futures have been seen as a factor causing instability in Spot market. The paper is an effort to investigate the effects of Individual Stock futures expiration effect on underlying Stocks of 19 different sectors listed on NSE based on their Price and Volume analysis. By using daily data of 131 stocks (Out of 139 Stock of Future) based on data availability and stocks working in F&O segment we have found overall negative effect of stock futures on price and volume pre and post the expiration day.

  1. Hetalgiri Kishorgiri Mehta
  2. Prof (Dr.) Manoj D. Shah
2

A Study on Impact of Determinants of Dividend Policy on Stock Prices of Selected Public Sector Banks in India


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This paper focuses on the relationship between the determinants of dividend policy and the market price of shares. For this purpose, the researchers have considered 07 public sector banks for five years span of time from the year 2014- 15 to 2018-19. Karl Pearson's correlation and multiple regression analysis with all assumptions have been applied with the use of SPSS and Excel. The profitability (ROE & EPS), Liquidity (Current Ratio), Leverage (Total Debt to Total Assets Ratio), Size (LN of Total Assets), Dividend Policy (DPS, DPO & DY), and Risk(P/E Ratio) have considered as explanatory variables and Closing Market Price of Share is taken as the dependent variable to examine the relationship between two variables. The result of multiple linear regression analysis shows the significant positive impact of liquidity, size, and leverage on the market price of shares, positive but insignificant relationship between profitability, risk and dividend policy with market price of shares and growth has an insignificant relationship with market price of shares of selected PSBs.

  1. Ms. Shraddha G Raj
  2. Dr. Yagnesh Dalvadi
3

The Effect of Service Quality on Customer Loyalty: A Review Study


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The purpose of this paper is to explore and analyse the existing research to establish linkages between the service quality and customer loyalty in life insurance sector. This study also focuses on different factor structure delineated by various authors in life insurance. On the basis of the existing studies it is viewed that there is positive relationship between service quality determinants and customer loyalty. Different authors have given different measurement dimensions of services relevant to life insurance sector. But still studies regarding measurement of service quality in insurance sector are still in conception. The study will help academicians to look into the insights of effect of service quality of customer loyalty and various dimensions for measurement of service quality in life insurance sector. Further it can be used to explore more specific dimensions of service quality in life insurance sector.

  1. Dr. Monika Agarwal
  2. Dr. Samridhi Tanwar
4

Review of Models of the Corporate Governance and Factors Influencing the Quality of Corporate Governance


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Corporate governance includes the relationships among the many stakeholders. The principal stakeholders in the corporate governance are the shareholders, the board of directors, employees, customers, creditors and suppliers. Corporate Governance refers to the mechanism which ensures that while a firm is achieving its goal of shareholders' wealth maximization, this achievement should not be at the cost of other stakeholders. This Paper is descriptive in nature. In this paper we discussed various models of corporate governance. Also, we analyzed various factors influencing the quality of corporate governance. We tried to highlights the various models of the corporate governance which adopts by various countries. This study assists the organizations to enhance their performance as they get aware of various models of corporate governance of the organizations. They also get aware of the various factors which affects the corporate governance.

  1. Dr. Niyati Chaudhary
5

Socio-Cultural Effects of Social Media on Student's Life


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The progress of modern society throughout the world has become heavily dependent on social media. The last few decades have witnessed the transition of social media from fun to necessity. A present generation student's social, cultural and academic lifestyle appears to be very closely connected to social media. This paper is aimed at investigating the impact of social media and social networking sites on social, cultural and academic life of graduate/ post-graduate students of the district of Burdwan, W.B., India. A sample of 103 college/university students form the said district have been considered. These student's responses regarding their perception of different aspects of social media have been obtained with the help of questionnaire method. The data thus obtained has been subjected to several statistical analyses comprising of discriminant analysis, F-test, descriptive statistic etc., which resulted in various interesting revelations. Finally, logical and analytical discussions have been done with those findings or revelations.

  1. Debdip Khan
  2. Sudatta Banerjee
  3. Ranjan Kumar Gupta

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December 2012

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1

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SELECTED INDIAN EQUITY DIVERSIFIED MUTUAL FUND SCHEMES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

  1. Mr. Ashok Bantwa
  2. Mr. Krunal Bhuva
2

EXTENT OF GLOBALIZATION IN INDIAN ECONOMY AND ITS IMPACT ON NORTH-EASTERN REGION

  1. Mr. Biren Saikia
  2. Dr. Bashanta Mangal Dutta
3

MEASUREMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING PRACTICES OF THE SELECTED INDEX BASED INDIAN COMPANIES: AN INTEGRAL PART OF TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE REPORTING

  1. Dr. Yagnesh Dalvadi
  2. Mr. Tejas Gandhi
4

ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL HEALTH OF BANKING INDUSTRY THROUGH DuPont MODEL

  1. Dr. Butalal C. Ajmera
5

POTENTIAL OF REVERSE MORTGAGE LOAN AS A RETIREMENT PLANNING TOOL IN INDIA

  1. Mr. Ashok Bantwa
  2. Mr. Sumitkumar Acharya

June 2013

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1

BUYER'S PREFERENCES FOR ORGANIZED AND UNORGANIZED APPAREL RETAIL STORES- A COMPARATIVE STUDY

  1. Dr. Rajeev K Shukla
  2. Dr. Raj K Jain
  3. Dr. Ajit Upadhyaya
2

USABILITY ASSESSMENT OF OPENOFFICE.ORG AS AN ALTERNATIVE OF MICROSOFT OFFICE IN ACADEMIC INSTITUTES

  1. Dr. Jignasu Yagnik
3

ECONOMICS OF MUGA REARING

  1. Dr. Bashanta Mangal Dutta
  2. Mr. Biren Saikia
4

DEMAND FOR MONEY IN INDIA [1950-51 TO 2004-05] - AN ECONOMETRIC INVESTIGATION

  1. Dr. Gaurang Rami
5

TYPOLOGY OF SERVICE QUALITY MODEL OF BANK SERVICES : BSQ v/s BANKQUAL

  1. Dr. Bhavesh Vanparia
  2. Dr.Vinod Patel
6

PRESCRIPTION FOR SELF-MEDICATION: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF CONSUMERS IN AHMEDABAD CITY

  1. Dr. Jasmin Padiya
7

INVESTOR'S PERCEPTION TOWARDS THE FINANCIAL INFORMATION DISCLOSED IN ANNUAL REPORTS OF LISTED COMPANIES OFNATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE VADODARACITY

  1. Mr. Jaykumar Joshi
  2. Dr. N. N. Patel
8

A STUDY OF GLOBAL CRISES AND ITS IMPACTS ON INDIAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY

  1. Dr. Shailesh N. Ransariya

December 2013

SrNo. Topic Author
1

THE RECESSIONARY GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

  1. Gouher Ahmed
2

HRCAP SCORE GRID: A TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF HRM FUNCTION

  1. Dr. B. Sripirabaa
  2. Dr. R. Krishnaveni
3

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AS A DETERMINANT OF CUSTOMER LOYALTY IN MODERN RETAIL - THE SLIP BETWEEN THE CUP AND THE LIP

  1. Ms Gayatri Chopra
  2. Ms Swati Sudan
4

DETERMINING SPEED OF ADJUSTMENT COEFFICIENT: A STUDY OF NSE

  1. Prashant Joshi
5

A STUDY ON DREAM JOB ASPIRATIONS OF FRESH MBA GRADUATES IN PUDUCHERRY

  1. K. K.C.Deepthi
6

A STUDY ON COMPARISON OF INDIAN IPOS (2004:2008) SHORT RUN PERFORMANCE BASED ON ISSUE SIZE, OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE, SECTOR, ACTIVITY TIME PERIOD AND YEAR OF ISSUANCE

  1. Drashti Shah

June 2014

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1

ROLE OF ORGANISATIONAL FACTORS ON E-PROCUREMENT ADOPTION DECISIONS BY MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRIES IN TAMILNADU

  1. Bala Sendhil Kumar G.
  2. Dr. R. Kasilingam
2

CHALLENGES IN FACULTY RETENTION IN PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTES OR UNIVERSITIES OF UTTARAKHAND

  1. Ms. Meetakshi Belwal
  2. Prof.( Dr.) B. D. Kavidayal
3

CYBER CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN

  1. Nidhi Agarwal
  2. Dr Neeraj Kasuhik
4

WOMEN MANAGERS IN DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHIC SPACES: A REPRESENTATIVE LITERATURE REVIEW

  1. Adela Kazmi
5

ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE - DIFFERING CONCEPTS AND MEASUREMENTS

  1. Dr. K. Suguna
6

TRADE UNIONS & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

  1. Dr. Abhishek Guptasss

December 2014

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1

FINANCIAL REFORMS AND BANK COMPETITION AMONG EMERGING ASIAN COUNTRIES

  1. Dr. Ashwani
2

SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT AMONG THE EMPLOYEES OF AN AUTO COMPONENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY

  1. Dr.P.Paramanandam
  2. Ms. K. Abinaya
3

DEVELOPING POSITIVE ATTITUDE AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN STUDENTS

  1. Ms Gayatri Chopra
4

AN ANALYSIS OF STOCK REPURCHASES THROUGH TENDER OFFERSSELECTED INDIAN COMPANIES

  1. Dr. Janki Mistry
5

EVALUATION OF SECTORAL ANALYSIS OF LITERACY RATE: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GUJARAT STATE

  1. Dr. Yogesh Vansiya
6

MARKETING RESEARCH: TEXT AND CASES BY RAJENDRA NARGUNDKAR

  1. Dr. Jignasu Yagnik

June 2015

SrNo. Topic Author
1

SHAREHOLDER ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES IN CORPORATE INDIA

  1. Dr. N Maruti Rao
2

PLASTIC MONEY AND CONSUMER ATTITUDE: A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CREDIT CARDS

  1. Prerna Garg
3

DESCRIPTIVE AND ANALYTICAL RESEARCH ON E-GOVERNANCE WITH REFERENCE TO GUJARAT

  1. Rozy Patel
4

GROWTH AND PROSPECTS OF E-RETAILING IN INDIA

  1. Ms. Trishna Makwana
  2. Dr. Jitesh Parmar
5

RECEIVABLES MANAGEMENT: GROUP-WISE SAMPLE ANALYSIS OF SELECTED INDIAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES

  1. Dr. Ashis Mohanty
  2. Dr. Saroj Kanta Biswal
6

RETAILING IN INDIA-A RETAILER PERSPECTIVE

  1. Dr. K. Rajnath
  2. N.P. Mishra

December 2015

SrNo. Topic Author
1

ANALYSIS OF THE ACQUISITION OF MODEL GROUP BY AB INBEV: HOW THE FAMILY BUSINESS GROUPS INCREASE THEIR INTERNATIONALIZATION?

  1. José G. Vargas-Hernández
  2. José Satsumi López-Morales
2

EDUCATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT: A STUDY OF INDIA Devyani Patel

  1. Dr. Smruti Bulsari
3

USING FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN INDIAN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION: AN EXPLORATION OF FACULTY PERCEPTIONS

  1. Dr. Kallol Das
  2. Dr. Monali Chatterjee
4

INFLUX OF ILLEGAL MIGRANTS AND ITS SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF BANGLADESHI IMMIGRATION IN ASSAM

  1. Biren Saikia
5

STUDY OF KEY SUCCESS FACTORS IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IN INDIAN SMES: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES OF SARIGAM

  1. Rashvin Tailor
  2. Dr. Manisha Panwala
6

DABBAWALA EXEMPLIFYING AND EPITOMIZING HENRY FAYOL'S GENERAL MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES

  1. Nirav Majmudar

June 2016

SrNo. Topic Author
1

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: A METHODOLOGY FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

  1. GAURANG RAMI
2

AN ANALYSIS TO PREDICT THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE DIMENSIONS OF SERVQUAL THAT MAKES THE BUYER TO WAIT TO SHOP GROCERY

  1. Ayyamperumal.R
  2. Dr.B.SenthilArasu
3

GENDER INEQUALITY INDEX (GII) IN RELATION TO NATION AND GUJARAT STATE

  1. DR. NASHEMAN BANDOOKWALA
4

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON EMOTIONAL BIAS AFFECTING INVESTMENT DECISIONS OF INVESTORS

  1. Dr. Chetankumar J Lad
  2. Mr. Hiral R Tailor
5

THE EXISTENCE OF BEHAVIOURAL FACTORS AMONG INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS FOR INVESTMENT DECISION IN STOCK MARKET: EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN STOCK MARKET

  1. Swati Mehta
  2. Dr. Jaydip Chaudhari
6

IMPACT OF QUARTERLY FINANCIAL RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT ON STOCK PRICE OF SELECTED PLASTIC COMPANY.

  1. MAYUR PATEL
  2. KRUNAL PATEL

December 2016

SrNo. Topic Author
1

A STUDY ON KNOWLEDGE ABOUT LOAN SERVICES FOR STARTING NEW CLINIC & HOSPITAL AMONGST PHYSICIANS IN VADODARA

  1. DR. PINKAL SHAH
  2. MS. DIMPLE THAKOR
2

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WITH RESPECT TO FACTORS OF LIFE ADJUSTMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON MARRIED SCHOOL TEACHERS AT VAPI

  1. PROF. NIDHI K YADAV
3

EVALUATION OF VARIOUS FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO ACCOMPLISH PATIENT PLEASING OPD SERVICES – A QUESTIONNAIRE BASED SURVEY

  1. Dr. Medha Wadhwa
  2. Dr. Pulkit Kalyan
  3. Dr. Radhika Javia
  4. Ms. Mamta Yadav
4

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON COMPONENTS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ITS IMPACT ON BANKS PERFORMANCE

  1. Adwitya Aacharya
  2. Dr. Hetal Tandel
5

EFFECT OF FIIS AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET

  1. Dr. Vijay Gondaliya

June 2017

SrNo. Topic Author
1

IMPACT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN INDIA

  1. Smita S. Nair
2

A STUDY TO UNDERSTAND THE TRAFFIC BEHAVIOR OF THE PEOPLE AND THEIR UNDERLYING ATTITUDE TOWARDS SAFE DRIVING AND TRAFFIC RULES

  1. Ms. Sweta M. Dwivedi
  2. Dr. Manish V. Sidhpuria
3

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT - A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

  1. Vilas V. Kulkarni
  2. Kamlesh Kumar Agwaral
4

Measuring idiosyncratic risk absorbing capacity of companies A welfare optimization approach

  1. Rohit Malhotra
5

A STUDY TO IDENTIFY FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN SELECTED BANKS OF SOUTH GUJARAT

  1. MEHUL GANJAWALA
6

INTEGRATION OF SECTORAL INDICES FROM NSE AND BSE: AN APPLICATION OF CO-INTEGRATION ANALYSIS

  1. Mr. Manish R Pathak
  2. Dr. Vijay Gondaliya

December 2017

SrNo. Topic Author
1

AN EMPIRICAL EVALUATION OF THE DETERMINANTS OF EXECUTIVE PERKS AT S&P 500 FIRMS

  1. ANDREW CARROTHERS
2

A STUDY ON WELFARE & SAFETY MEASURES ADOPTED IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES - A CASE STUDY OF THYSSENKRUPP INDIA LTD.

  1. MS. AAMENA ZEBA
  2. PROF. K. RAJANATH
3

CAREER SUCCESS - A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON OF GEN X AND GEN Y MANAGERS IN BANKS-WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHENNAI

  1. DR. SRIVIDYA PRATHIBA C.S
4

THE FALL OF INDIAN ICONIC CAR; "THE AMBASSADOR" : A CASE OF MARKETING MYOPIA

  1. DR. PRATIK C. PATEL
5

ORGANIZED RETAILING IN INDIA IS EMERGING - A STUDY IN TWIN CITIES OF HYDERABAD

  1. NAVIN PRAKASH MISHRA
  2. PROF. (DR.) K. RAJANATH

June 2018

SrNo. Topic Author
1

The Study of Health Status and Attitudes towards Buying of the Mediclaim Policy as the Key Drivers for Buying of the Mediclaim Policy in the Gujarat State

  1. Dr. Drishti B. Joshi
2

Financial Literacy an apparatus to Woman Empowerment

  1. Mrunal C. Joshi
  2. Dr. Jayesh N. Desai
  3. Dawood Mariyam
3

A Study on Black and Scholes Option Pricing Model for Selected Companies

  1. Shubham Tiwari
  2. Ms. Bhoomi Patel
4

A detailed investigation of EVA in Indian Banking Sector and Its Impact on its Share Price: A study on Axis, HDFC and ICICI Bank

  1. Dr. Hiteksha Joshi Upadhyay
5

An Innovative Approach to New Product Development in Textile and Diamond SMEs of Surat

  1. Rashvin Tailor
  2. Dr. (Prof.) Manisha Panwala
6

Predicting Shrimp Prices in India: A Forecast Using Random Walk Model

  1. Dr. Vatsal B. Patel
  2. Dr. Vinod B. Patel
7

Stock of Human Capital and Economic Development of Assam: An Analytical Proxy Tail

  1. Biren Saikia
  2. Dr. Sangeeta Borthakur Tamuli
8

A Study on Determinants of Financial Risk Tolerance: A Review of the Evidence

  1. Dr. Govind M. Dhinaiya

December 2018

SrNo. Topic Author
1

A STUDY ON WOMEN'S PREFERENCE, PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS JEWELLERY BUYING

  1. Ms. Darshana Shah
  2. Dr. Manish V. Sidhpuria
2

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS SKIN CARE PRODUCTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SHAHNAZHUSAIN HERBAL IN KOLKATA CITY

  1. Kingsuk Sengupta
3

ROLE EFFICACY: AN IMPORTANT DETERMINANT OF EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE

  1. Dr. Rajni Singh
4

A STUDY OF THE PATTERN OF ANTI DUMPING ACTIVITIES: A COMPARISON OF INDIA, CHINA AND THE US

  1. Mr. Samir Parikh
  2. Dr. Manish Sidhpuria
5

VARIOUS INITIATIVES TAKEN BY INDUSTRIES TO DEVELOP EMPLOYEE'S SKILLS: A REVIEW

  1. Mr. Charanjeetsingh Dadiyal
  2. Dr. Yogesh M. Gosavi
6

CORPORATE BRANDING THROUGH FUNCTIONAL ALIGNMENT

  1. Swapnil Chaurasia
  2. Dr. Vinod Patel
7

MULTIFACETED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES AND CAPITAL MARKET IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE

  1. Dr. Jayshree N. Siddhpuria
  2. Mr. Riddhish N. Joshi

June 2019

SrNo. Topic Author
1

A CAUSALITY LINKAGE ANALYSIS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDIA

  1. Dr. Tanvi Bhalala
2

TRADING IN EQUITY OPTIONS CONTRACTS USING BOLLINGER BAND WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NSE'S NIFTY OPTIONS IN INDIA

  1. Dr. Pinkal Shah
3

A STUDY ON ROLE OF TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT ON COSMETIC PURCHASE AMONG YOUTH

  1. Dr Radha Vyas
  2. Gautam Parmar
4

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND RESEARCH: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

  1. Manishkumar S Patel
5

ORGANIZATIONAL ROLE STRESS (ORS) AMONG THE TEACHERS OF STATE AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY OF INDIA

  1. Dr. Mehul G. Thakkar
6

ONLINE SERVICE QUALITY: SCALE DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION

  1. Dr. Nirav Halvadia
  2. Prof. Shekha Patel
7

FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERN: A COMPARISON BETWEEN RURAL AND URBAN AREA IN SOUTH GUJARAT

  1. Gautam Parmar
  2. Raju M Rathod
8

A STUDY ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HR PRACTICES, EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY: AN EMPIRICAL VIEW OF IT-ITES INDUSTRY

  1. Dr. Stuti Trivedi
  2. Dr. Kerav Pandya

December 2019

SrNo. Topic Author
1

CONTENT ANALYSIS OF TEACHER'S VIEWS ON THEIR PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENT

  1. Payal M. Mahida
  2. Dr. Manish V. Sidhpuria
2

A REVIEW OF LITERATURES ON FACTORS INFLUENCING FEMALE BUYING BEHAVIOUR FOR COSMETIC PRODUCTS

  1. Trishna Makwana
  2. Dr. Jitesh Parmar
3

ROLE OF EDUCATION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:-A REALITY IN REFERENCE TO RURAL ASSAM

  1. Dr. Biren Saikia
4

MEASURING CUSTOMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT OF INDIAN COMMERCIAL BANKS IN SURAT CITY: AN EXTENDED SERVQUAL APPROACH

  1. Dr. Shailesh Limbad
  2. Dr. Vinod Patel
5

IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON INVESTMENT PREFERENCE FOR SELECTED INVESTMENT AVENUES

  1. Ms. Bhoomi Patel
  2. Prof. (Dr.) Vasudev Modi
6

INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR OF CONSUMERS TOWARDS MUTUAL FUNDS - AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN SURAT CITY

  1. Mr. Riddhish N. Joshi
  2. Dr. Jayshree Mandaviya