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VOLUME 8 ISSUE 11 NOVEMBER 2019

1.    Higher Education: Autonomy and Accountability in India

       Dr.R.S.S.Nehru, Sikkim University, Gangtok, Sikkim

       Page No : 1 - 8

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2.    A STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF FILM BASED TELEVISION PROGRAMMES ON THE VIEWING BEHAVIOUR OF CHILDREN IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI

       E.V. Prabha, Dr. I.Senthila Devi, Periyar E. V. R. College, Affiliated to Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu, India

       Page No : 9 - 13

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3.    EFFECT OF EXERCISE PROGRAMS OF VARIED MECHANICAL IMPACT LOADING ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF SCHOOL BOYS

       Sudheesh C.S. and Prof. (Dr.) Suresh Kutty K., Kannur University, Kerala

       Page No : 14 - 20

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6493

 

4.    E-Learning in India’s Higher Education Sector: Priorities and Interventions

       Dr.Pradeep Kumar B, Govt. Arts & Science College, Ambalapuzha, Kerala

       Ratnakumari.K.A, Maharajas College, Ernakulam, kerala

       Page No : 21 - 31

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6494

 

5.    A STUDY ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

       S. Silamboli, Dr.J.Sujathamalini, Alagappa University, Karaikudi

       Page No : 32 - 40

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6495

 

6.    A STUDY ON CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT OF FOREIGN BANKS IN INDIA

       Dr. Reena Gupta, Dr.Sanjay Sharma, IMIRC, Indore

       Page No : 41 - 51

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6496

 

7.    Origin And Development Of Women’s Welfare Department And Its Activities In Tamil Nadu – A Study

       Dr. N. VINOTH KUMAR, A.V.V.M. Sri Pushpam Collage (Autonomous), Poondi, Thanjavur

       Page No : 52 - 63

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6497

 

8.    Determinants of Entrepreneurial investors in decision making – A study of Behavioral and Cognitive Biases

       Rahul Gupta, Sanjoy Roy, Shubham Singh, Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management and Research, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi

       Page No : 64 - 70

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6498

 

9.    PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: TRADITIONAL AND MODERN APPROACH

       M.Rajitha, P.Balachandar, P.Ranjithkumar, Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Musiri

       Page No : 71 - 81

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6499

 

10.   EXCELLENCE OF MBA PROGRAMME IN VARIOUS HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SALEM AND                        NAMAKKAL DISTRICTS.

        M.Mai Gnanam, Dr.T.Sarathy, Periyar University, Salem

        Page No : 82 - 96

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6500

 

11.   FILMS AND CHILDREN- A STUDY ON THE EXPOSURE TO FILMS IN TELEVISION

        E.V. Prabha, Dr. I.Senthila Devi, Periyar E. V. R. College, Affiliated to Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu, India

        Page No : 97 - 104

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6501

 

12.   IMPACT OF MICRO FINANCE ON RURAL WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN TAMILNADU.

        A Boobalan, University of Madras, Chepak, Chennai

        Page No : 105 - 114

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6502

 

13.   A predictive review of decline and divergence of maternal mortality ratio in India from the viewpoint of Sustainable Development Goals target

        Dr. Ayan Chattopadhyay, Army Institute of Management Kolkata, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, India.

        Arpita Banerjee, MUC Women’s College, University of Burdwan, India

        Page No : 115 - 128

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6503

 

14.   CULTURAL LEVEL PROBLEMS IN TRANSLATING THE NOVEL THANEER CORESSPONDING ROMAN JAKOBSON’S THOEORY

        DR. S.SANGEETHA, ANNAI VAILANKANNI ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE, THANJAVUR

        Page No : 129 - 136

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6504

 

15.   A STUDY ON FINANCIAL HEALTH OF AXIS BANK AND HDFC BANK

        Dr. B.Sudha, Periyar University College of Arts and Science, Pappireddipatti, Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu, India.

        P.Rajendran, K.S.Rangasamy College of Arts and Science (Autonomous), K.S.R KalviNager, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu, India

        Page No : 137 - 151

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6505

 

16.   CONSUMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS ECO-FRIENDLY PRODUCTS IN NAMAKKAL DISTRICT

        Dr.S.M.Venkatachalam, P. Senthilkumar, Vidhyaa Arts and Science College, Konganapuram, Edappadi, Salem

        Page No : 152 - 167

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6506

 

17.   A Secured Architecture for Mitigating Distributed Denial of Service(DDoS) Attack integrating Internet of Things(IoT) and Cloud Computing

        E.Helen Parimala, Dr.S. Albert Rabara, St.Joseph’s College, Trichy, Tamilnadu

        Page No : 168 - 177

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6507

 

18.   Impact of Social Media Marketing on Customer’s Buying Decision towards Smart Phones in India and Malaysia

        Santosh Kumar. G, ABBS School of Management, Bengaluru, India.

        Dr. Shrinivas R Patil, IEMS B-School, Hubli, India.

        Page No : 178 - 188

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6508

 

19.   Micro-Finance Mechanism - Unleashing of Energy and Creativity among Rural Self Help Groups (SHG’s)

        Shivaprasad. G, V.P.Sriram, Acharya Bangalore B-School (ABBS), Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.

        Page No : 189 - 208

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6509

 

20.   EFFECT OF MARKETING MIX DIMENSIONS ON LIC POLICYHOLDER SATISFACTION AT NAMAKKAL

        Dr.B. RAJENDRAN, R. RAMACHANDRAN, Thirivalluvar Government Arts College, Rasipuram, Namakkal.

        Page No : 209 - 217

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6510

 

21.   Disintegration of Values and Disharmony in Life in Philip Roth’s Letting Go

        V.Sathya, Dr.S.Florence, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India

        Page No : 218 - 228

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6511

 

22.   The Concept of Land and Inheritance of Property A Case Study of Karbi Tribe in Northeast India

        Dr. Vulli Dhanaraju, Rashmi Engtipi, Assam University (Central University), Diphu Campus, Assam, INDIA

        Page No : 229 - 240

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6512

 

23.   BUYING BEHAVIOUR OF COLLEGE GIRL STUDENTS THROUGH ADVERTISING IMPACT – A VIEW

        Dr.S.KARTHIKEYAN, Government Arts College (Autonomous), Kumbakonam

        Page No : 241 - 246

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6513

 

24.   ORGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT IN INDIA: A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

        A. LOGANATHAN, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar.

        Page No : 247 - 258

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6514

 

25.   CHALLENGES FOR EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF SUPREME AUDIT INSTITUTION OF INDIA

        Dr. N. Ragavan, A. Vadivel, University of Madras

        Page No : 259 - 271

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6515

 

26.   The Impact of Knowledge Sharing in the Growth of Corporate Culture (A Critical Analysis of Pharma Industry)

        Jikku Susan Kurian, K Rajini, Sri Vasavi College (Affiliated to Bharathiar University), Erode Tamil Nadu, India

        Page No : 272 - 285

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6516

 

27.   An Analysis of Growth Performance and Major Inputs Use for Agriculture Sector in Tamil Nadu

        Dr.L.Ganesan, K.Pushpavalli, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India

        Page No : 286 - 296

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6517

 

28.   INFORMATION SOURCES AND SERVICES FOR USING RESEARCH SCHOLARS AND FACULTY MEMBERS IN THE SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCE IN           PERIYAR UNIVERSITY, SALAM, TAMILNADU: A CASE STUDY

        S.DURAISEKAR, DR.M.PALANIAPPAN, Periyar University, Salem

        Page No : 297 - 314

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6518

 

29.   Synthesis and Characterisation of Thermally Evaporated V2O5 Thin Films and its Electrical Properties

        A.Sherin Fathima, S.Johnson Jeyakumar, I.Kartharinal Punithavathy, S.Joshua Gnanamuthu, TBML College, Porayar.

        Page No : 315 - 322

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6519

 

30.   Governance and Socio-Economic Development: A Statistical Analysis of the North-East India

        Mridusmita Patowary, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam, India

        Page No : 323 - 330

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6520

 

31.   Inter-State Disparity in Agricultural Development in the North-Eastern Region of India

        Saurish Bhattacharjee, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam, India

        Page No : 331 - 339

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6521

 

32.   Role of Professional education in building entrepreneurial mindset among students: with reference to Indore City.

        Dr. Parul Sharda, Indore Management Institute & Research Center. Indore (India)

        Page No : 340 - 347

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6522

 

33.   DOCKING AND SPECTROSCOPIC (FT-IR, FT-RAMAN), COMPUTATIONAL (DFT) INVESTIGATION, HOMO-LUMO, AND MEP ANALYSIS OF 4-                      MORPHOLINECARBONYL CHLORIDE

        K. Venkateswaran, Future School Auroville

        M. Karnan and R. Muthukumar, Srimad Andavan Arts and Scinece college

        Page No : 348 - 370

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6523

 

34.   TRANSGENDERISM IN CYBERSPACE: TECHNOLOGY EMPOWERING TRANSGENDER 

        Sugyanta Priyadarshini, Deepanjali Mishra and Sukanta Chandra Swain, KIIT Deemed to be University

        Page No : 371 - 379

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6524

 

35.   Cash to Cashless Economy : A Case Study  

        Tanya Sharma, L.N. Mithila University 

        Page No : 380 - 393

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6525

 

36.   Nonlinear Neutral Differential Equations

        S. Kavitha, Vivekanandha College of Arts and Science College for Women

        M. Angayarkanni, Kandaswamy Kandars College

        Page No : 394 - 405

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6526

 

37.   The Recent Technological Trends and Genuine Factors about HRM policies in V G P ltd. Hyderabad, Telangana State

        Dr.P.Ramesh, Adaikala Matha Institute of Management

        Page No : 406 - 415

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6527

 

38.   JOB INSECURITY DURING RECENT ECONOMIC DOWNFALL AND STRATEGIES ADOPTED TO MITIGATE

        D.H.Thavamalar, Government Arts College

        Page No : 416 - 421

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6528

 

39.   The Impact of HRM Practices on the Organizational Commitment of Employees: A Proposed Research Agenda

        BhupinderPreet Bedi, IKG PTU, Jalandhar (PUNJAB)

        Dr.Sunayna Khurana, Chandigarh Business School of Administration

        Page No : 422 - 433

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6529

 

 

40.   AN ECONOMIC STUDY OF THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF SANDSTONE SECTOR IN THE DHOLPUR DISTRICT OF RAJASTHAN

        Surender Singh Charan and Dr. Kalpana Randhawa, Suresh Gyan Vihar University

        Page No : 434 - 460

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6530

 

 

41.   Role of Surface Acting on the Relationship between Strategic Emotional Intelligence and Job Role Performance

        S.N.Raghavendra, Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM)

        B.Arul Senthil, Acharya Bangalore B- School (ABBS) 

        Page No : 461 - 477

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6531

 

 

42.   A Study on Self Help Groups (SHGs) sponsored by Co-Operative Societies with special reference to Holenarasipura Taluk, Hassan District

        Shalini H S and V. P. Sriram, Acharya Bangalore B-School (ABBS)

        Raveendra P V, MSRIT, Bangalore

        Page No : 478 - 487

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6532

 

 

43.   Generalizations of Nano δ-Closed Sets in Nano Topological Spaces

        S. Bamini and M. Saraswathi, Kandasami Kandar’s College

        A. Vadivel, Government Arts College (Autonomous)

        G. Saravanakumar, M.Kumarasamy College of Engineering (Autonomous)

        Page No : 488 - 493

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6533

 

44.   On Fuzzy Upper and Lower Almost Contra e-Continuous Multifunctions

        P. Dhanasekaran, Salem Sowdeswari Colege(SFC)

        M. Angayarkanni, Kandasami Kandar’s College

        A. Vadivel, Government Arts College (Autonomous)

        Page No : 494 - 505

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6534

 

45.   A STUDY ON FINANCIAL BOTTOMLINE (EAT) OF IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY WITH RESPECT TO SELECT FIRMS IN INDIA

        Dr. K. VENKATACHALAM and D. SARAVANAKUMAR, PGP College of Arts and Science 

        Page No : 506 - 515

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6535

 

46.   ORIGIN OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES WITH REGARDS TO THE DEVELOPMENT IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT

        Smitha.K, Government Arts College 

        Page No : 516 - 520

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6536

 

47.   A STUDY ON MONOLOGUE TECHNIQUE IN ADRIENNE KENNEDY’S SELECT ONE-ACT PLAYS

        Dr. B.Balaji, Sri Vijay Vidyalaya College of Arts and Science for Women

        Page No : 521 - 525

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6537

 

48.   m Open Sets and Maps in Nano Bitopological Spaces

        A.  Padma, Annai Women’s College

        M. Saraswathi, Kandaswamy Kandar’s College

        A. Vadivel, Government Arts College (Autonomous)

        Page No : 526 - 538

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6538

 

49.   PROBLEMS CONFRONTING TO THE FRUIT PROCESSING INDUSTRIAL UNITS IN DHARMAPURI AND KRISHNAGIRI DISTRICTS

        R. Sengodi  and Dr.S.Thamilarasan, Government Arts College

        Page No : 539 - 553

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6539

 

50.   Cross-Culture Comparison of Buying Behavior in Recycle Packing and Eco-friendly Products

        Dr.M.RAJA, Bharathidasan University Constituent College, Kumulur, Lalgudi, Tiruchirapalli

        Dr.Kiran.G, Welingkar Institute of Management

        Dr. Appasaba.L.V, VTU -Belagavi

        Page No : 554 - 572

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6540

 

51.   ANTIDIABETIC EFFECT OF AEGICERAS CORNICULATUM (L.) BLANCO IN EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED WISTAR ALBINO RATS.

        P.G. Geegi, St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu, India.

        N. Manoharan, Bharathidasan University, Palkalaiperur, Tiruchirappalli. Tamilnadu, India.

        Page No : 573 - 585

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6541

 

52.   RESONS FOR CORPORATE RECONSTRUCTIONG IN INDIA

        C.SAVITHA, Government Arts college for Women

        Dr.K.GANESAMURTHI, School of Managememt, Alagappa University

        Page No : 586 - 597

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6542

 

53.   ENHANCEMENT OF WOUND HEALING POTENTIALS OF OLDENLANTIA HERBACEA ROXB.ON INCISION WOUNDED ALBINO RATS

        G.Shobana, Dr.N.Agnel arul john and Dr.N.Ramesh Kannan, Srimad Andavan Arts and Science College (Autonomous)

        Page No : 598 - 606

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6543

 

54.   ENHANCED CLOUD IDENTITY MANAGEMENT ENABLING SECURE ACCESS IN CROSS CLOUD ENVIRONMENT

        V. K. Sanjeevi, Y. Sunil Raj and Dr. S. Albert Rabara, St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous)

        Page No : 607 - 615

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6544

 

55.   EMPIRICAL STUDY ON ROLE OF INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS IN INDIAN CORPORATE SECTOR

        Dr.M.Sakthivel Murugan, D.B.Jain College

        Dr.T.Sujatha, SIVET College

        Page No : 616 - 625

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6545

 

56.   “Impact of Unemployment on the Entrepreneurial Intention of Graduates in Pune City, India”

        Dr. Dipesh Daddelal Uike, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies and Research (DAIMSR), RTM Nagpur University

        Page No : 626 - 637

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6546

 

57.   Effect of Environmental Parameters on the Transmission Characteristics of Evanescent Wave Extrinsic Fiber Optic Sensor Operates Based on U-
        Shaped Glass Element

        S. SRINIVASULU and DR. S. VENKATESWARA RAO, College of Engineering Hyderabad, J N T University Hyderabad

        Page No : 638 - 653

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6547

 

58.   Evaluating Household Level Impact of MGNREGA Scheme in Tamil Nadu: A Case Study

        Dr. Sonkhogin Haokip and D.  Sivakumar, The Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed to be University

        Page No : 654 - 669

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6548

 

59.   A STUDY ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA 

        Dr. E.T. Lokganathan, Kongu Arts and Science College (Autonomous)

        T.Christy Cresida, Dr.NGP Arts and Science College

        Page No : 670 - 681

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6549

 

60.   GCMS ANALYSIS FROM HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT OF SOALNUM ERIANTHUM 

        J. Muneer Ahamath, J. Sirajudeen and R. Abdul Vahith, Jamal Mohamed College (Autonomous) 

        Page No : 670 - 681

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6550

 

61.   ON (gg)*- HOMEOMORPHISMS IN TOPOLOGICAL SPACES 

        I. Christal Bai and T. Shyla Isac Mary, Nesamony Memorial Christian College

        Page No : 682 - 687

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6552

 

62.   Cakes Enriched with Beta vulgaris Pomace Powder: Development, Sensory Evaluation, Proximate Composition and Total Antioxidant Evaluation

        Manopriya.M and Arivuchudar.R, Periyar University

        Page No : 688 - 694

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6553

 

63.   INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY SOFT SUBHEMIRINGS OFA HEMIRING UNDER HOMOMORPHISM AND ANTI-HOMOMORPHISM

        J.Venkatesan, Sri Vidya Mandir Arts and Science College

        N.Anitha, Periyar University PG Extension center

        Page No : 695 - 699

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6554

 

64.   Phytochemical profiling and Free radical scavenging activity of Tiliacora acuminata – an medicinal plant

        MANIARASAN .U and NAGARAJAN .N, Tamil University

        KEERTHIGA .M, Nehru Memorial College

        Page No : 700 - 712

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6555

 

65.   Photo-catalytic process validation for CdO Nanoparticles, prepared by Co-precipitation method 

        M. Elayaraja, I. Kartharinal Punithavathy, S. Johnson Jeyakumar and M. Jothibas, T.B.M.L. College

        S.Ramalingam, A.V.C. College

        Page No : 713 - 726

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6556

 

66.   Photo-catalytic process validation for CdO Nanoparticles, prepared by Co-precipitation method 

        CORDELIA JEMIMA G.Y and DR.V.KAVITHA, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science

        Page No : 727 - 734

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6557

 

67.   KĀMA WORSHIPS OF NORTHERN KERALA: IN A WOMEN CENTERED RITUALISTIC PERSPECTIVE

        Anju M and Dr. C. Jeya Veera Devan, Periyar University

        Page No : 735 - 741

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6558

 

68.   Impact of Absenteeism on Employees’ Satisfaction 

        Deepak B V and Dr Sony Kumari, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana (S-VYASA)

        Page No : 742 - 751

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6559

 

69.   Rate of approximation for (P,Q)- Durrmeyer type operators

        Rupa Rani Sharma, G.L.Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management

        Page No : 752 - 756

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6560

 

70.   Technical communication in organization

        Preeti, Annie Besant Girl’s P.G College

        Page No : 757 - 760

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6561

 

71.   FACTORS OF BRAND PERSONALITY- A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO SOFTDRINK CUSTOMERS IN CHENNAI CITY

        K.JAYASHREE and Dr. M. R.VASUDEVAN, D.G. Vaishnav College

        Page No : 761 - 775

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6562

 

72.   AN EFFICIENT GRAPH PATTERN MINING APPROACH TO RETRIEVE USEFUL INFORMATION USING DATA MINING CLUSTERING TECHNIQUE 

        A. Sivakumar and Dr.R.Gunasundari, Karpagam Academy of Higher Education

        Page No : 776 - 789

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6563

 

73.   MANPOWER PLANNING PRACTICES IN CO-OPERATIVE SUGAR MILLS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DHARMAPURI DISTRICT

        V.Indhumathi and Dr.S.Thamilarasan, Government Arts College 

        Page No : 790 - 799

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6564

 

74.   The “Vettiyan” (Cremation Workers) in Rural Villages - Need for the Social Justice

        D. Aarthi Saravanan, Gandhigram Rural Institute - Deemed University

        Page No : 800 - 807

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6565

 

75.   REVIEW ON CLASSIFICATION OF CANCER USING MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES

        S.Premkumar and Dr.N.Revathy, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science

        Page No : 808 - 820

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6566

 

76.    WOMEN AND ORGANIZED SECTOR: A STUDY ON WOMEN STAFF IN OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION, SIVSAGAR DISTRICT, ASSAM 

        SONALI BORO, TEZPUR UNIVERSITY

        MANUSMITA MAZUMDER, DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY 

        Page No : 821 - 830

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6567

 

77.   INFLUENCE OF HIGH PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEM AND PERSONALITY ON CREATIVITY AMONG INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECTOR 

        Ujjal Mukherjee, CMS B School, Jain University

        Dilip Kaushik, Jain University

        Page No : 831 - 848

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6568

 

78.   Management Style of an organization – its implications on being an Enterprise salesperson’s customer 

        AVR Mahadev, Jain University

        Page No : 849 - 867

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6569

 

79.   EFFECT OF AUTOMATION IN PRODUCTION AND SERVICE SECTORS IN INDIAN SCENARIO 

        M.RAJESH, SRI KRISHNADEVRAYA UNIVERSITY

        Page No : 868 - 877

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6570

 

80.   EVOLVING CYBER RISK & UNSOLVED PROBLEMS 

        JASWANTH SINGH G, Insurance Domain Consultant (InsureTech) Faculty for Insurance, Financial Services and Pension Studies 

        VARSHINI S and PATHURI V M S K CHAITANYA, II B.COM PROFESSIONAL ‘B’ CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) 

        Page No : 878 - 893

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6571

 

81.   INDUSTRY 4.0 AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON INDIAN INDUSTRIES 

        MANASA.H.B and YESHASWINI.B.N, Baldwin Methodist College

        Page No : 894 - 906

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6572

 

82.   A study on the Impact of Industrial Revolution 4.0 on Future Jobs of Manufacturing Sector

        V.Ashwini, N. Chandan Babu and P. Rajini, Bhavan’s Vivekanada College

        Page No : 907 - 914

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6573

 

83.   A Study of Awareness of Telematics in Motor Insurance in Twin Cities 

        Dr.K. Sreelatha ReddyS. Jayalakshmi and N. Chandan Babu, Bhavan’s Vivekanada College

        Page No : 915 - 931

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6574

 

84.   Impact of Repo Rate and Reverse repo rate on Bank Nifty 

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

        Page No : 932 - 946

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6575

 

85.   A Statistical Model - Forecasting the Investment holdings of India

        P. Rajini, N. Chandan Babu and V.Ashwini, Bhavan’s Vivekanada College

        Page No : 947 - 955

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6576

 

86.   Talent Management: Leveraging Industry 4.0 in Talent Audit and Digital Transformation

        Dr. Sahana Madan, CMS Business School, Jain University

        Ram Sathya Narayanan, Tata Consultancy Services 

        Page No : 956 - 968

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6577

 

87.   Green Manufacturing -The Key to Sustainability 

        Adnan Ali Syed, Jain International Residential School 

        Dr.Kamini Dhruva, ABBS School of Management

        Page No : 969 - 974

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6578

 

88.   BIG DATA AND INDIAN COPETITION LAW – A CRITICAL STUDY WITH RESPECT TO PRIVACY AND PROTECTION 

        MAHANTESH G S and SAI DATTA VAMSHI, ABBS SCHOOL OF LAW

        Page No : 975 - 988

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6579

 

89.   A study on impact of gig economy on Generation Y(Millennials) towards Bengaluru City

        Lincy Joykutty, St Joseph’s College of Law 

        Page No : 989 - 998

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6580

 

90.   Cloud Computing and Perceived Benefit to Business: An Exploratory Study

        M. Suvarchala Rani and Dr. Kavitha Lal, Bhavan’s Vivekananda College of Science, Humanities and Commerce

        Page No : 999 - 1009

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6581

 

91.   How effective is the Government of India to invite and Implement Industry 4.0? Compared with those in other Emerging Markets

        Sudarshan Chalapathi V S and Kishore S, Surana College

        Page No : 1010 - 1019

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6582

 

92.   WHY INDUSTRY 4.0 IS INTEGRAL TO ECOMMERCE BUYER BEHVIOUR

        Crissy Mathew and Dr. N. ANITHA, Dayananda Sagar University 

        Page No : 1020 - 1032

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6583

 

93.   A  STUDY  ON  THE  ROLE  OF  AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY  IN  IMPROVING  INDIAN INFRASTRUCTURE  AND  PUBLIC  SERVICES

        NIKHIL C C and RANI ANTHONY RAJ, SSMRV College Jayanagar  

        Page No : 1033 - 1050

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6584

 

94.   CYBER SECURITY IN BANKING SECTOR WITH REFERENCE TO ONLINE TRANSACTIONS 

        ARIF MD AFZALUR RAHMAN, XAVIER LEONARD HAUSMAN SOW and Dr. S.GOPALAKRISHNAN, Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies  

        Page No : 1051 - 1058

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6585

 

95.   Cognitive Ergonomics and its Significance at Workplace for Business sustainability: An exploratory Study

        Rashmi R, Acharya Bangalore B-School

        Dr. BhavyaVikas, B.N.M. Institute of Technology

        Page No : 1059 - 1078

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6586

 

96.   How Big Data Transforms Human Resource Management  

        Dr. T. Uma Devi, Acharya Bangalore Business School

        Dr. Lakshmi. T, Maharani Women’s Arts, Commerce &Mgmt. College

        Page No : 1079 - 1089

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6587

 

97.   CORPORATE INNOVATION RESPONSIBILITY – A NEW STRATEGY FOR INDUSTRY GROWTH

        LAXMINARAYANA MAROLI  and RAGHAVENDRA . K, Acharya Bangalore B. School

        Page No : 1090 - 1100

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6588

 

98.   Prevalence of burnouts: Relationship between WRS and ergonomics among academicians in Bengaluru, Karnataka

        Rashmi R, Acharya Bangalore B-School

        Dr. Bhavya Vikas, BNM Institute of Technology

        Dr.Elizabeth Chacko, Jain  University-  Center  for  Management  Studies

        Page No : 1101 - 1119

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6589

 

99.   The Role and Significance Human Resource Information System (HRIS) in HR Process

        Girish R and Dr,  Acharya Bangalore B-School     

        S Kamala Suganthi, ATRIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

        Page No : 1120 - 1127

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6590

 

100.  Study of Stethoscope Market in Bangalore 

        Kshitiz Sharma and E.M. Naresh Babu, ABBS School of Management 

        Page No : 1128 - 1139

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6591

 

101. Noise Invariant Image Stitching System Development Based On Modified PCA

        Venkat P. Patil and Dr. C. Ram Singla, Madhav University

        Page No : 1140 - 1147

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6592

 

102. The effect of (Cu, Ni) co-doped on Pure SnO2 nanoparticles and their structural, optical, and electrical properties prepared by co-precipitation 
        method

        P.C. Jobe prabakara and J. Divya, T.B.M.L. College

        Page No : 1148 - 1160

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6593

 

103. A STUDY ON ONLINE SHOPPING WITH REFERENCE TO FLIPKART AND SNAPDEAL

        NAYANA. N., ACHARYA BANGALORE B-SCHOOL

        Dr. Veena K.P, VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

        Page No : 1161 - 1179

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6594

 

104. PROBLEMS FACED BY WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS THROUGH SELF HELF GROUPS

        Dr. K. Saravanan, MASS College of Arts & Science, Kumbakonam

        R. HEMALATHA, Rajagiri Dawood Batcha College of Arts and Science, Papanasam, Thanjavur

        Page No : 1180 - 1182

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I11.285311.6595