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Vol. 8 Issue 4

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Sep 30, 2020

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Oct 05, 2020
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 8 Issue 4      Submission Start Date: Aug 15, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: Sep 10, 2020      Submission End: Sep 20, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: Sep 30, 2020      Publication Date: Oct 05, 2020




Volume IV Issue I

Author Name
Ms Ruchi Jain, Dr Anukool M Hyde
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is emerging as a new field in the management research. In India, many firms have taken the initiatives of CSR practices which have met with varying needs of the society. India, many firms have taken the initiatives of CSR practices which have met with varying needs of the society. Essentially, CSR is the deliberate inclusion of public interest into corporate decision making, and the honoring of a triple bottom line: People, Planet, and Profit. Corporate social responsibility is one such niche area of corporate behavior & governance that needs to get aggressively addressed & implemented tactfully in the organizations. This study is a descriptive study which has been done in State Bank of India.
PaperID
4101

Author Name
Mr Vaibhav Joshi, Dr. S C Jain
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
However, the banking sector has witnessed a huge growth in the recent years. Despite such a growth, the credit flow by banks to the rural and agricultural sectors remains dismal, which, more or less, has resulted in financial exclusion of the rural masses. Regional rural banks have to play up major role to finance and provide landings to agriculture sector at diminishing rate of interest in order to grow the economy and GDP. It requires better financial management of the RRBs. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of operational efficiency on profitability in RRBs. This study concentrates on the principles of bank management for assets and liabilities. The study helps in efficiency in financial management and reduces the misuse of funds, proper estimation of total financial requirements, proper mobilisation, utilisation of finance, maintaining proper cash flow, to increase efficiency, reduce cost of capital and maximize the profit in long run of RRBs.
PaperID
4102

Author Name
Ms Ruchi Kashyap Mehra, Dr. Sanjeev Gupta
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
The handicraft and handloom sector primarily belongs to economically and socially weaker sections of the society in the rural part of the country. Artisans who belong to one community, are not identified by the caste or creed they belong to, rather their identity stands by their unique traits and authentic features. The village communities of artisans have always been the centre of the traditional crafts of India. For the improvement of a their competencies, it is necessary to educate people and to train them in various skills in handling their emotional intelligence and able to work in teams so that they can improve their living conditions by flourishing in the sector. In this study the researcher has tried to explore the emotional intelligence through its components of artisans working in the handloom industry. For the purpose of study, the researcher has used self structures questionnaire for survey technique under qualitative and quantitative research tool.
PaperID
4103

Author Name
Vaniki Joshi Lohani
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 1
Abstract
Many Indian listed banks look forward to the long term growth and increase the share holder base for the near future but the path to this does alone leads from marketing and other customer relationship techniques, here financial data analysis captures the nerve. The introduction of EVA is not old enough in the financial market but still untouched in Indian scenario. EVA tries to capture the economic value created by the company for the share holder. It is the actual measurement of the performance. Here we try to calculate EVA of SBI and HDFC for a period of 2005-2011 (pre and post recession) and try to establish its relation with old ratio analysis techniques of profitability calculations. Here an attempt has also been made to assess the various factors which effect the share holder value creation in the market of the these two banks together.
PaperID
4104

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