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Business, Management and Accounting >
Business, Management and Accounting (General)
International Journal of Advanced Research In Management (IJARM)
| ISSN:0976 - 6332
Editor in chief:Dr. Pon Ramalingam
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Education And Cultural Heritage According To Teachers' Perceptions Of Low Secondary Schools
Author:Dr. Bahtije Gerbeshi Zylfiu.
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 3-2016 | Pagination: 1-9
Since the beginning of the new century, Kosovo has paid special attention to the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage. Preservation and promotion of cultural heritage poses a serious challenge to our society and it can not be overcome without educating young people in this respect. The main purpose of this paper is to analyze and to present teachers' perceptions of lower secondary schools, regarding education and its impact for students awareness regarding preservation and promotion of cultural heritage. The survey was conducted in six lower secondary schools in Kosovo. The total number of respondents (teachers) was 105, out of these 57 respondents were males and 48 were females. Respondents were of different age and different work experiences. In the research were used mixed methods, qualitative and quantitative ones. The instruments used for the purpose of research were questionnaires and interviews. Respondents answered anonymously. Adequate literature was also used as well as documents and written regulations dealing with education and cultural heritage. Results of research are particularly important to sensitize the professionals who deal with the development of cultural policies, as well as teachers who are regarded as key agents in the management of change in society.
The Influence Of Staffing To Employees Performance - A Case Study In Syamsul Ulum Educational Institutions Of Sukabumi
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 3-2016 | Pagination: 1-19
The purpose of this research is to know and understand and learn more on the effect of the application of personnel administration consisting of promotion, rank, salary system and training programs implemented in SyamsulUlum educational institutions of Sukabumi. The method used in this research is survey method is a study that takes a sample and the population using questionnaires as a means of population and using questionnaires as the main data collection tool (MasriSingarimbunSofian Effendi, 1989: 3). The survey method in this research is data collected from a sample drawn from the population which became an educative power of employees within the SyamsulUlum education agency of Sukabumi. Using statistical analysis in the form of measurement correlation coefficient and t-test. Respondents were used as resource persons work as head of the family on the object of research, the sampling technique used was stratified random sampling, number of respondents was set at 130 peoples. The object of this research used a place of research are SyamsulUlum educational institutions of Sukabumi. This study intends to obtain a description of the phenomenon of the various aspects related to the implementation of personnel administration related to promotion, rank, salary and training in realizing the performance of employees in SyamsulUlum educational institutions of Sukabumi. The purpose of this research is to know and understand about the effect of the application of personnel administration related to promotion, rank, salary and training in realizing the performance of employees in SyamsulUlum educational institutions of Sukabumi. The research proves that the implementation of the employment take effect on the performance of employees in SyamsulUlum educational institutions of Sukabumi.
Effectiveness Of Television Dvertisements On Buying Behaviour Of The Women College Students
Author:D. Shanthi,Dr. Ashok Kumar. M.
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 3-2016 | Pagination: 1-8
Television advertising is the most memorable and easily digested formats around us. Unlike other formats, television commercials have a variety of tools to call upon to gain a viewer's attention, such as video, animation, graphics, voice, sound effects and music. Confidence is the factor for the success of television advertising. No other medium projects the same amount of confidence as television advertising. Buyer behaviour is a systematic approach where consumers follow when entering in to purchase process and making buying decisions. Teenager has become the top consumer?s in the present daysociety, so advertiser has focussed on getting their business. This paper presents the results of a study designed to test the influence of television advertisements on the buying behaviour of the college girls. Primary data has been collected from 48 respondents from private colleges around Chengalpattu district of Tamilnadu. Structured Questionnaire has been framed contained 16 questions which have been asked to college girls. The secondary data has been collected books, Websites, articles, television etc.
A Comparative Study Of Npa In Hdfc & Obc Bank
Author:Ankur Bhushan,Dr. Giriraj Singh Ahirwar
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 3-2016 | Pagination: 1-11
Managing an account part in India is a rising area. It advances sparing propensities and in addition supports business people for credits. The motivation behind the study is to comprehend the working of NPA in summit Private Sector bank and how to lessen NPA. For this we can utilize proportion investigation and relationship. Gross NPA proportion is utilized to check whether the bank's gross NPA are expanding. It is showing that the bank is including a crisp load of awful credits. It would mean the bank is either not practicing enough bringing on when offering credits or it is excessively careless regarding catching up with borrowers on auspicious reimbursements. Net NPA mirrors the execution of banks. An abnormal state of NPAs proposes high likelihood of countless defaults that influence the benefit and total assets of banks furthermore wear out the estimation of the advantage. Advances and advances generally speak to the biggest resource of a large portion of the bank. It screens nature of the bank's credit portfolio.
A Study On Hrm Practices And Its Impact On Job Satisfaction And Organization Performance In Bpo Sector, Tiruchirappalli
Author:F. Wahidha Begum,Dr. M. Shiek Mohamed.
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 3-2016 | Pagination: 1-9
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of HRM practices on job satisfaction and organizational performance in BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) organizations in Tiruchirappalli. Specifically, the study examined HRM practices that are under the control and responsibility of supervisors and managers. The sample size for the study is 244, by adopting purposive sampling technique. The research findings indicate that there is positive relationship between HRM practices, Job satisfaction and organization performance.
Marketing With New Age Media: A Shifting Paradigm Towards New Factors In Fashion
Author:Unnati Patel;Dr. Govind B Dave
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 1-5
It has always been appropriate to label and consider marketing a greater task than those like selling, promoting and advertising. It is so because it involves many more things, issues, concerns and aspects than simply the exchange of money against the goods or services. More strikingly, as a result of the technological advancements and resultant social networking and media, marketing has changed both ? its pace and face. Present paper, as an outcome of the research carried out through a structured questionnaire delivered to around 1000 respondents (through convenient sampling) who are frequent social media users, presents the fundamental concepts of marketing, traditional marketing versus modern marketing, social media and marketing along with the new factors that have come into fashion along with various the social media sites and platforms used by students for different functions of daily and business life.
Green Marketing: Marketing Solar Chargers For Mobiles
Author:Chitral Patel,Dr. Mehal Pandya.
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 1-18
In today's business world environmental issues plays an important role in marketing. Most of all the governments around the world have concern about green marketing activities that they have attempted to regulate them. There has been little attempt to academically examine environmental or green marketing. This article introduces the terms and concepts of green marketing, briefly discuss why going green is important and also examine some of the reason that organizations are adopting a green marketing philosophy. The research area of the paper focuses on how Solar Energy plays an important role as a part of Green Marketing. Today the non-renewable energy consumption is increasing which leads to pollution and future facing extinction. Here Solar Energy which is free and inexhaustible becomes the best benefit for mankind and it is a vast and clean energy serving as an alternative to fossil fuels. Mobile phones, mp3 players, laptops, remote controls, etc. are generally convenient until their batteries go dead. For many consumers, having to routinely recharge or replace batteries remains the weakest link in portable electronics. Green consumerism has played a catalytic role in ushering corporate environmentalism and making business firms green marketing oriented. This research paper is based on green marketing concept of how marketing of solar chargers for mobiles can be done to reduce the use and waste of electricity in the world facing extinction of non-renewable resources. Based on the data collected through a primary survey, the paper makes an assessment of the extent of environmental awareness, attitudes and behavior prevalent among consumers in India and lists implications of the study. In the concluding section, suggestions of the study have been discussed for undertaking more thorough investigations in the area.
History Of Foreign Banks In India
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 1-10
In the earlier stages of establishment of foreign banks in India, their main business was financing of foreign trade. In fact they continued to have complete monopoly over this field till about the fifties. The evidence by various witnesses before the Indian Central Banking Enquiry Committee conclusively proved their hold over the foreign trade of India. Over and above these banks started competing recently with Indian Banks in financing of internal trade also. Manu Subedar', in his Minority Report, Indian Central Banking Enquiry Committee, their main business is not the financing of foreign trade but internal trade of India. The operations of these banks are not confined to the financing of foreign trade. The deposits that they are able to collect in India is not very far in excess of what would be required if confined themselves to financing of foreign trade.
Author:Dr. Amarja Satish Nargunde.
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 1-9
A system of touchpoints is used for delivering products and services that cross channels and which has a mixture of both digital and human interactions. The service blueprint is a picture or a drawing that enables the designers to see even behind what goes on when the service is to be offered and exam the systems that makes it possible to deliver the services to the customers. It makes possible to understand service creation and delivery systems possible through an extensive description of the service process (Koljonen and Reid, 2000). It does have some pitfalls though. One demerit is that it normally looks at the processes from a company's perspective than from customer's perspective. Also, the blueprint can only explain actions or events which are observable (Kingman-Brundage 1989). Thus, for an effective analysis of the flowchart managers require to replace their own perceptions of the service delivery with customers' experience of the service delivery.
Service Sector In India
Author:Dr. Amarja Satish Nargunde.
Volume: 7 | Issue no: 2-2016 | Pagination: 1-7
According an Economic Survey which was tabled in the parliament in 2012 the sector has seen a phenomenal rise in the global market. India's service sector grew in the world with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) at 9 percent which was just next to China's 10.9 per cent, during 2001 to 2012. India ranked 10th in terms of overall GDP among the world's top 15 countries in terms of GDP, and 12th in terms of services GDP in 2012. According to the survey the services share in world GDP was 65.9 percent but comparatively its share in employment was less to that of only 44 per cent in 2012.
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