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Issue 67 April -June 2015

Issue 67 April -June 2015 
Sunday, April 12, 2015, 06:33 AM
LEAD CONTENT

Editorial: The insurance business gets a new turf in India

1. Determinants of retail banking development in India- M.V. Sivakumaran & Dr. S. Mallikharjuna Rao

2. Organic agriculture: Case-studies from Rajasthan - Trilok Kumar Jain

3.Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on financial performance of the company: A review of ITC Ltd. - CA Hemraj Kumawat

4.Review of selected dimensions of entrepreneurial research - Nithya Gangadhar & B Murali Manohar

RESEARCH ARTICLES

5. A comparative study of economic viability of organic and conventional paddy farming - Dr. N. Srinivas Kumar

6. Growth and problems of micro, small and medium scale enterprise (MSME) sector in Tamilnadu - Dr. N Thirunavukarasu

7. HRM Practices in state transport undertakings: A casestudy - Dr. M Vasan

8. Economic Challenges for Women in Hyderabad city: Mrs. Vijaya Sharada Kumari and Dr. V. M. Prasad

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

9. An analysis of marketing of women self-help groups - Geetha G. Nair

10. Poverty and Migration in India - Dr. Suman Pamecha and Indu Sharma

11. Channelizing global products through glocalisation - M. Vignesh

12. New horizons through mergers and acquisitions - Er. Sandeep R. Shukla



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