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1.   A study on inter-Linkage of employee competencies and organizational development through CSR Initiatives with special focus on IT Companies

      Madhumati. K, Dr. Uma Devi. T, Acharya Bangalore Business School

      Page No : 1 - 5

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5353

 

2.   Challenges faced by Scheduled Caste Entrepreneurs: with special reference to Karnataka

      Dr.Muniraju M, Dr.Saravana K, Tumkur University

      Page No : 6 - 11

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5354

 

3.   A Systematic Study on Credit risk management policies and practices with special reference to Cooperative banks of Bangalore City

      Naveen Pol, Siddanagouda Policepatil, Acharya Bangalore B-School

      Page No : 12 - 19

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5355

 

4.   An Empirical Study on Forensic Accounting for Corporate Fraud Management

      Dr. R Venkataraman, Presidency College

      M Satish Kumar, Bangalore University

      Page No : 20 - 35

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5356

 

5.   B-SCHOOLS IN COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT

      Moutushi Ganguli Sharma, Jain University

      Mahesh Kumar K.R, Kshitiz Sharma, ABBS School of Management

      Page No : 36 - 46

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5357

 

6.   Business Responsibility Report-A mirror of Corporate Social Responsibility- A study of top 10 companies in India

      B.Rammya, VET First Grade College

      Dr.AmareshaM, Bangalore College of Management Studies

      Page No : 47 - 55

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5358

 

7.   Conflict Management and Workers Conditions in the Context of Contributions of Gandhi, Braverman and Graeber

      Dr. Naseer Mohamed Jaffer, VaishnaviNarendra, Divya Nair, Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship (XIME)

      Page No : 56 - 60

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5359

 

8.   Corporate Social Responsibility of Indian Blue-chip companies– A Study on Unexplored or Untouched areas under CSR

      Sai Prasad, Sowmya T S, Ashwini V, MLA Academy of Higher Learning

      Page No : 61 - 65

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5360

 

9.   Identity Crisis and Intrapersonal Conflict Management-The Bhagavad Gita Way

      Dr. Aswathi Nair, Alliance University

      Page No : 66 - 71

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5361

 

10.  CSR VARIOUS ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN INDIA

       Dr.Srikantamurthy M.R, Rohini T.H, Vishwas. S, Dayananda Sagar College of Arts, Science and Commerce

       Page No : 72 - 81

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5362

 

11.  Demystifying Intelligence & Awareness- Understanding the Importance of Contemplative Science in Management

       Dr. Madhumita Chatterji, ABBS School of Management

       Page No : 82 - 93

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5363

 

12.  Does CSR ImpactFinancial Performance Of IT Companies in India? – An Analytical Inquiry

       Dr.Srikanth P, Nisha Prakash, Christ (Deemed to be University)

       Page No : 94 - 102

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5364

 

13.  Choosing E- wallets is compatible?

       NAYANA. N, Dr. K.P. VEENA, Christ (Deemed to be University)

       Page No : 103 - 113

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5365

 

14.  Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility Rules In Indian Economy

       Laxminarayana Maroli, Acharya Bangalore B. School

       Dr. V. Manickavasagam, Alagappa University

       Page No : 114 - 121

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5366

 

15.  Emerging Frontiers in CSR – Indian Scenario

       Dr. Aparna R Hawaldar, Dr. Mareena Mathew, Christ (Deemed to be University)

       Page No : 122 - 127

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5367

 

16.  FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN PMJDY: PERFORMANCE OF KARNATAKA

       Dr. Rajeshwari M Pattar, Government First Grade College

       Page No : 128 - 131

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5368

 

17.  FUTURE VIABILITY OF BUSINESS IN FOOD DELIVERY INDUSTRY THROUGH MERGERS AND ACQUSITIONS: AN ANALYSIS

       Dr. S.Selvi, St. Joseph’s College of Commerce

       Page No : 132 - 139

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5369

 

18.  GANDHI AND KHADI: AN INTERNATIONALLY POTENT BRAND SYMBOL

       B.N. LALITHCHANDRA, Prof. N. RAJENDHIRAN, Periyar University

       Page No : 140 - 144

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5370

 

19.  Gandhian view on Sustainable Development- Its relevance in today’s world

       Adnan Ali Syed, Tisha Motwani, Jain Heritage School

       Dr. Kamini Dhruva, ABBS School of Management

       Page No : 145 - 148

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5371

 

20.  Impact Investing and Start-ups

       Anie Mathews, Bharathiar University

       Dr. Kamini Dhruva, ABBS School of Management

       Dr. R. Venkataraman, Presidency College

       Page No : 149 - 154

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5372

 

21.  Impact Of Social Media On Social Relationship Among Targeted Youths In Bengaluru- An Empirical Study On Social Marketing

       Dr S RAMESH, Mount Carmel College

       ASHWINI.T.S, Central College Campus,, Bangalore University

       PUSHPA.H, RJS first grade College

       Page No : 155 - 165

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5373

 

22.  Indian companies and Corporate Social Responsibility activities

       Dr E.M. Naresh Babu, ABBS School of Management

       Dr K. Harun, Sri Venkatesa Perumal College for Engineering and Technology

       Page No : 166 - 177

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5374

 

23.  Investigating the Antecedents of Customer Citizenship Behaviour

       Jayanta Banerjee, Vasudevan M, Prabha Kiran, CHRIST (Deemed to be University)

       Page No : 178 - 184

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5375

 

24.  Role of Non-Governmental Organization in Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities Effectively in Karnataka

       Dr. Saravana K, Dr. Muniraju M, Prof. Ramesh B, Tumkur University

       Page No : 185 - 188

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5376

 

25.  Psychological Basis of Self concept

       Ekta Priyadarshini, Research Scholar

       Page No : 189 - 191

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5377

 

26.  Transforming the Rural Economy of India based on Gandhian perspectives

       Dr VijayaBhaskar, Dr D M Mahishi, Acharya Bangalore B School

       Page No : 192 - 197

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5378

 

27.  RELEVANCE OF VALUES AND MORAL EDUCATION IN THE PRESENT INDIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

       Shubham Nayyar, Neetu Sharma, Acharya Bangalore B School

       Page No : 198 - 204

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5379

 

28.  An imminent into possibilities of Rural Entrepreneurship as a practicable Instrument for enlargement of tourism diligence

       Rakshita M Allappanavar, Dr N Ramanjaneyalu, Karnataka University

       Page No : 205 - 213

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5380

 

29.  “SUSTAINABLE SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY”

       Sachin B S, Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies

       Dr. Rajashekar C, Ramanagara Bangalore University

       Dr. Ramesh B, Tumkur University

       Page No : 214 - 219

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5381

 

30.  The impact of social media usage in art and culture- a qualitative study

       Neetu Sharma, Shubham Nayyar, Acharya Bangalore B School

       Page No : 220 - 225

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5382

 

31.  Exploring the Transformation from Traditional Practices to Contemporary Practices of Human Resource Management in Organisations

       Prof .Gayathri.R, Dr.Revathy Shivashakaran, Dayananda Sagar University

       Page No : 226 - 231

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5383

 

32.  Understanding and commitment of MBAs regarding Eco-friendly initiatives of businesses

       Soham Sahu, Sonavane Mandar Mahesh, Souranil Mandal, Srishrti Sarma, Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship

       Page No : 232 - 244

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5384

 

33.  AnExploratory Study onIndian Automobile Industry Response towards Macroeconomic Indicators during Post Liberalisation Financial Crisis

       Dr DippiVerma, T John College, Bangalore

       Page No : 245 - 253

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5385