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Maruti Suzuki Essay

8102 words - 33 pages

VOLUME NO. 2 (2011), ISSUE N O. 7 (J ULY)

ISSN 0976-2183

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A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF ACCEPTANCE OF MENTORING FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN GULF COUNTRIES DR. IMRAN HAMEED & DR. NAZIA RASOOL QAZI ROLE OF USER FEES IN ETHIOPIA: A CASE STUDY OF JIMMA UNIVERSITY SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL, SOUTH WEST ETHIOPIA DR. DEVI NAIR & KORA TUSHUNE EXPORT GROWTH OF NON – OIL SECTOR IN OMAN: THE ERA OF LIBERALIZATION DR. THRESIAMMA VARGHESE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT IN ...view middle of the document...

K. MARKET DR. S. P. RATH, DR. BISWAJIT DAS & CHEF. ANANT BHAMKAR NPA’S SIDE EFFECT AND IT’S CURATIVE MANTRA DR. B. CHANDRA MOHAN PATNAIK, DR. IPSEETA SATPATHY & AROOP KUMAR MOHAPATRA THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN SELF DEVELOPMENT OF DOCTORS AN EMPIRICAL STUDY M. N. R. MANOHAR & A. V. SATYANARAYANA RAO RISK MINIMIZATION IN SPOT AND DERIVATIVE MARKET DR. SUBRATA MUKHERJEE & DR. SAMIR GHOSH IMPORTANCE-PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS (IPA) TO EXPLORE ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE – EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE SUBASHINI R & SAMUEL S GOA TOURISM: MYTHS AND REALITIES DR. HIRANMOY ROY SPIRITUALITY AND MANAGEMENT V. NITHYANANTHAN & DR. B. KALPANA ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH: EXAMINING WORKPLACE PRACTICES AND WELL-BEING DR. R. PRABHAKARA RAYA & P. SIVAPRAGASAM EMPLOYEESSIXTH PAY COMMISSION: ESTIMATION OF JOB SATISFACTION AMONG CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DR. RAJESH KUMAR SHASTRI & MALAVIKA SINHA PRODUCTIVITY CHANGE IN THE INDIAN HEALTH INSURANCE BUSINESS: A MALMQUIST TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS DR. SUMNINDER KAUR BAWA & RUCHITA THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL ADEQUACY REQUIREMENTS ON PROFITABILITY OF PRIVATE BANKS IN INDIA - A CASE STUDY OF J&K, ICICI, HDFC AND YES BANK DR. KHALID ASHRAF CHISHTY AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF WELFARE MEASURES ON EMPLOYEES’ SATISFACTION IN INDIAN RAILWAYS DR. ASIYA CHAUDHAY & ROOHI IQBAL REQUEST FOR FEEDBACK

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VOLUME NO: 2 (2011), ISSUE NO. 7 (J ULY)

ISSN 0976-2183

CHIEF PATRON
PROF. K. K. AGGARWAL
Chancellor, Lingaya’s University, Delhi Founder Vice-Chancellor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi Ex. Pro Vice-Chancellor, Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar

PATRON
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COCO-ORDINATOR
DR. SAMBHAV GARG
Faculty, M. M. Institute of Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana, Ambala, Haryana

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