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International Journal of Commerce & Business Management
Publisher:Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh
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Talent Retention Through Internal Communication :The Emerging Formulae
Author:Rekha U. Menon And V. P. Sukumaran
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 68-70
Service sector especially banking sector has been a major contributor to the growth of the Indian economy. Employees play a crucial role in upbringing of the industry to the current level and as far as the banking industry is concerned, employees and act as the face of the organization. With the increasing competition in the Indian banking industry, it has become the prime requisite for the industry to preserve talents. In order to achieve high growth in the hyper competitive market, the industry should focus upon internal marketing of employees through well-built internal communication systems.
Export Promotion Of Pomegranate Fromindia
Author:Daya Suvagiya, Parth Shah And V. C. Shilpa
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 54-67
The study is concerned with the export promotion of pomegranate from India. The study examines compound growth rate of export of pomegranate from India from 1987-88 to 2009-10. The study revealed that the total quantity of pomegranate exported from India showed a significant and positive compound growth rate for all the three periods. The highest growth was observed during pre-WTO period (42.33 %) followed by overall period (20.61%) and post-WTO period (20.52%). As far as the value of export was concerned, highest growth was observed during the pre-WTO period with 50.84 per cent followed by post-WTO period (28.09%) and overall period (27.86%). Also the study examines variation in export of pomegranate from India. It can be observed from the results that the CV (82.84%) was higher in terms of quantity during post-WTO period compared to pre-WTO period (73.51%). Similarly, in terms of value, The CV was again higher in post-WTO period (100.56%) as compared to pre-WTO period (82.30%). The CV for overall period was relatively higher than pre and post-WTO periods both in terms of quantity and value with 113.43 and 138.60 per cent, respectively. Further the study assess predicted and actual share of different countries in India pomegranate export during 1988-2010. A close look at the observed and estimated shares of pomegranate revealed that the difference was by and large small. That means the observed proportions of export shares were in consistent with the predicted shares of exports, which were derived from the Markov process validating the use of the Markov chain model for estimating the share of different countries by using transitional probability matrix. UAE was the major importer since 1988-92 with a share of 41.13 per cent which rose to 63.32 per cent in 2001-04, but as per the projection the share of UAE remained around 47 to 50 per cent in all the triennium periods. Also the assess the SWOT for the same. Besides also study includes various problems faced by the growers and marketers of pomegranate.
Issues Faced By Micro Entrepreneurs In Banking:A Comparative Analysis Of Public And Private Sector Banks
Author:Waseem Khanand Sana Fatima
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 48-53
Banking is one of the fastest growing industries in India. In spite of dominant position of public sector banks private sector banking in India revolutionizes the business environment. But micro enterprise in India is still under developed due to financial hindrance while they account good share in production and export. For the development of micro enterprises there should be a strong linkage with the banks. A primary study of 80 respondents has done to identify the issues associated with banking. Simple statistical technique chi-square and ANOVA is used to analyze the data. This study is helpful for banks to design a policy to deliver the service particularly to micro enterprises.
Agribusiness Potential Of Sericulture Inkarnataka
Author:B. Krishnakumare, S. Niranjan And Sneha Dohare
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 42-47
Sericulture is a cottage based industry which combines both the features of agriculture and industry. India has tremendous potential for silk development but yet unexploited, however, development is not far away. It is one of the major employment generating sectors in the state and its growth has immense employment generation potential, particularly in rural Karnataka. This studyis an attempt to analyze the agribusiness potential of sericulture in Karnataka. The study explored that there is a huge improvement in area, production and also employment from 2008-09 to 2015-16. The cultivated area was only 177943 hectares in 2008-09, which has improved over the years and has reached 208947 hectares in 2015-16 with a compound annual growth rate of 2 per cent. Similarly, the production in Karnataka was also increased from 5949MT in 2003-04 to 9645MT in 2014-15 with CAGR of 4 per cent. 27 per cent of the families of Karnataka are contributing to the total families engaged in Indian sericulture industry. In the year 2014-15, earnings from export were about Rs.2829.94 crore but it was reduced to Rs.2495.99 crore in the year 2015-16. The import earnings during the year 2015-16 was Rs.1389.10 crore. Hence, it is revealed from the study that sericulture has a very high employment potential. It is the biggest employer in the country only next to handloom industry. It is ideally suited to generate jobs in the rural areas and particularly in the drought prone areas.Sericulture gains added importance in the context of growing unemployment, both disguised and seasonal. Most of the farmers in India are poor and are not employed throughout the year. Sericulture can provide subsidiary employment to such farmers and augment their in comes.
Advertising And Marketing Of Prabhatghee
Author:A. S. Kshirsagar
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 38-41
The study aimed at advertising and marketing strategies of Prabhat Group of Industries. The study was conducted in Family Bazaar, Masjid Bandar area in Mumbai city, Maharashtra state. It has been observed that more number of dairy firms is present in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra (20 numbers). From this district, Prabhat dairy is selected on the basis of large production of different milk products. Various advertising mediums used by Prabhat dairy for marketing of different products is studied along with its different promotional activities. This paper mainly highlights the task such as in shop activity which was conducted in Family Bazaar, Masjid Bandar area (Mumbai). Under this assignment survey was conducted in Mumbai city, to find out in which area sale is less of Prabhat Ghee. During survey we prepared questioner and we found that in Mumbai, Masjid Bandar is the area where sale of Prabhat Ghee is less as compared to other companies. After completion of the activity to find out the impact on customer along with the impact it has happened on sales in that area.
Comparative Analysis Of Performance Ofandhrapradesh Seeds Corporation Vs. Private Seed Companies Inchittoor District
Author:S. Tej Kiran And T. V. Neelakanta Sastry
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 34-37
Seeds form the crucial input of agriculture. A sound seed sector in terms of quality and quantity can only support the agriculture sector of a huge country like India. Although, the AP seeds corporation is running with profits, the demand for further strengthening and expansion of the corporation has been increasing. In order to further compete with other competitors in producing quality seeds, it has to be alert and improve in all the aspects of seed production, distribution, marketing etc. SWOT analysis is a strategic planning method used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats involved in a project or in a business venture. The objective of the research is to evaluate the performance of AP seeds vs. the private seed companies in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh through SWOT analysis and to develop a strategy for effective functioning of the organization. With consistence performance in all functional areas of the corporation, endeavor is to make AP seeds a benchmark seed company with the best of research, innovation and product development.
Effect Of Socio-Economic Determinants On Gross Income Of Nonresidential Farm In Parbhani District Of Maharashtra
Author:D.B. Pawar And P. U. Kauthekar
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 29-33
Investigation was carried out during the year 2014-15. In all 48 non-residential farms were randomly selected from sixteen villages of two tehsils in Parbhani district of Maharashtra. Data were related to cropping pattern and livestock pattern as well as socio-economic determinants. The results revealed that operational land holding showed highly significant on nonresidential farm with regression co-efficient of 5880.0 It means that addition of one hectare could cause to increase gross income of Rs. 5880.0. Regression co-efficient of livestock was 2010.0. It means that addition of one livestock could cause to increase gross income of Rs. 5841.99. On the contrary, distance of farm from village showed negative regression co-efficient of -3535, it could adversely affect gross income of Rs. 3535. Thus, the farmers have to give more importance to land holding, livestock and distance of farm from village in order to increase gross income on non-residential farm. Co-efficient of multiple determination (R2) was 0.622, it means that there was 62.20 per cent effect of all independent variables together to gross income on non-residential farm.
Marketing Channels And Problems Of Commercial Broiler Rearing In Dharwad District
Author:Shreya Amarapurkar And C. Murthy
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 25-28
In recent years there has been growing recognition among the development community of the role of poultry. Production is accelerating at the pace of poverty reduction and reaching out to the poorest of the poor. There is also growing evidence to demonstrate the role of poultry marketing in enhancing the food and nutrition security or the poorest households and in the promotion of gender equality. At the same time, the market and production context of poultry production has been changing rapidly over the last the decades. This paper argues that the satisfaction level and problems of poultry farm owners towards production and marketing of poultry products. Based on a review of available evidence, the paper includes that it is production and marketing level to continue to promote poultry to contribute towards poultry farm owners and livelihood support but concerted efforts must be made to find organizational solutions to minimize public health risks and government provide appropriate extension support on issues like disease prevention, predation, improving hatchability, etc. Unfortunately most government extension programmes in the developing countries are not oriented towards addressing the needs of poor advice to poultry farmers.
Net Worth Statement, Income Statement And Performance Of Residential Farm Business In Maharashtra
Author:D.B. Pawar And P. U. Kauthekar
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 20-24
The study was carried out during the year 2013-14 in Parbhani district of Maharashtra. About 48 residential farms were randomly selected from sixteen villages of two tehsils of Parbhani district of Maharashtra. Data were collected by personal interview method by using pretested schedule. The results revealed that, current asset was Rs. 541522.89 while intermediate asset was Rs. 109321.64 and long term asset was Rs.2071565.70. Hence, total asset was Rs. 2722410.23. The amount of total liability was Rs.241922.58 in which long term libility was Rs. 125533.53 followed by intermediate liability Rs. 29769.05 and current liability was Rs. 86620. Hence, net worth or equity was Rs.2480487.65. In income statement, gross cash income was Rs. 474092.89 and amount of total receipt was Rs. 630592.89. Total expense was Rs. 285890.17. Amount of net farm income was Rs. 344702.72.In regards to performance of residential farm business, current ratio was found to be 6.25. The intermediate ratio was found to be 5.59. The net capital ratio was 11.25.Current liability ratio was 0.03 which indicated negligible amount of current liability as compared to owner?s equity. Debt-equity ratio was 0.09 and Equity value ratio was 0.91on residential farm business. Operating ratio was found to be 0.42. Fixed ratio was 0.17.and gross net profit ratio was found to be 0.60.
Economics Of Post Harvest Losses In Onion Injhunjhunu District Ofrajasthan
Author:Swati Sharma And Ruchira Shukla
Volume: 10 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 15-19
A study was undertaken to examine the nature and extent of post-harvest losses in onion supply chain in the Jhunjhunu district which is major onion district of Rajasthan. A total sample size of 75 onion growers, 20 wholesalers and 25 retailers were taken from Jhunjhunu district. Maximum aggregate post-harvest losses (23.62 kg/q) have been found at producer level due to faulty storage, lack of adequate transportation, drying, improper handling of the produce at the time of marketing, rotted bulbs, doubles, bolters, poor packing facilities, injury at the time of harvesting and de-topping. Total losses in the supply chain were estimated to be 29.02 kg/q (81.39%) losses were observed at farm level and rest were contributed at wholesale and retail level. The farm level post harvest losses excluding the losses at farm level storage for Jhunjhunu district was estimated to be 26676.96q for the year 2009-10.
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