E-JOURNAL VOLUME 2 ISSUE 3

GIAN JYOTI E-JOURNAL

Volume 2, Issue 3 (Jul – Sep 2012)

  1. SUPPORT OF IT AND E
    – MANAGEMENT TO RESOLVE THE GLOBAL CRISIS AND RECONSTRUCT THE GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES

    Arunjay Kumar 1 , Surabhi Jain
  2. SPECIALLY STRUCTURED THREE STAGES FLOW SHOP SCHEDULING
    PROCESSING TIME ASSOCIATED WITH PROBABILITIES INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION TIME TO MINIMIZE THE RENTAL COST

    Deepak Gupta 1 , Shashi Bala 2 , Payal Singla 3 , Sameer Sharma
  3. FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS AND INDIAN STOCK MARKET
    Dr Renuka Sharma 1 & Dr. Kiran Mehta
  4. TESTING STOCK MARKET EFFICIENCY IN EMERGING FINANCIAL MARKETS: A COMPARATIVE TEST OF RANDOM WALK BEHAVIOUR (RWB) IN HIGH AND LOW VOLATILITY REGIMES
    Dr. D.A.I Dayaratne and Mr. T.U.I. Peiris
  5. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT CLIMATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATIONS
    Dr. Deepakshi Gupta and Dr. Neena Malhotra
  6. GREEN PURCHASING: A CHANGING CONCEPT IN CHANGING TI
    ME

    Dr. Meenal Chauhan and Dr. Rita Rai
  7. GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND RESILIENT INDIAN BANKIN
    G SECTOR

    Dr. Monika Mittal
  8. ROLE OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN ECONOMIC GROWTH
    Dr. Pawan Kumar Dhiman and Ms. Gurdeep Kaur
  9. AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF PACKAGING ATTRI
    BUTES AND BIODEGRADABILITY OF MICRO PACKS ON THE PERCEPTION OF CONSUMERS

    Dr. Sanjeev Gupta and Ms. Preeti Mehra
  10. GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION
    Jaspreet Kaur Majithia
  11. QUALITY OF WORK LIFE ISSUES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MULTINATIONAL AND INDIAN FOOD COMPANIES OF PUNJAB
    Kuldeep Kaur and Dr. (Ms.) Gurpreet Randhawa
  12. MEASURING MACROECONOMIC CAUSES OF STOCK MARKET VOLA
    TILITY IN HIGH AND LOW VOLATILITY REGIMES OF AN EMERGING ECONOMY

    Mr. T.U.I. Peiris & Dr. D.A.I. Dayaratne
  13. A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL MELTDOWN ON THE HUM
    AN RESOURCES POLICIES OF VARIOUS INDIAN COMPANIES AND THE STEPS TAKEN BY THE COMPANIES TO COUNTER RECESSION

    Navpreet Singh
  14. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF INDIAN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
    SECTOR BANKS IN CONTEXT TO AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINES

    Ms. Ritu Maria and Ms. Puja Bansal
  15. ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES AMONG MANAGEMENT GRADU
    ATES: A CROSS CULTURAL STUDY

    R.Venkatapathy and P. Pretheeba
  16. IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY THROUGH C
    AUSE RELATED MARKETING ON CONSUMER PERCEPTION: A COMPARISON WITH TRADITIONAL MARKETING TOOLS

    Ms. Sanjeela Mathur and Ms. Aditi Midha
  17. ROLE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN SOFTWARE
    Sheenam, Sarbjit Kaur, Sonika
  18. OPEN ACCESS: A HIDDEN INGREDIENT TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
    Sudhir Kumar Sharma & Nidhi Goyal
  19. THE FUTURE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA
    Vandana Lama
  20. HUMAN RESOURCE OUTSOURCING IN INDIA
    Vikramjit Kaur, Rumina Kahlon, and Sukhraj Randhawa

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