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ESISE-SDKF - 2018 - PART - 1

1. The Role Ofmicro Finance Amongself Help Group For The Women Empowerment Insouthern Districts Of Tamilnadu: An Empirical Approach
    A. Barkathunisa, Dr.S.Rajkumar

    Guru Nanak College, (Autonomous),Chennai, M.R.Government Arts College, Mannargudi

    Page No: 1-6



2. Quality Skill Enhancement For Inclusive And Sustainable Growth In India
    B. Suryanarayana Reddy, Dr. P. Malyadri
    Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Rayalaseema University, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh

    Page No: 7-13



3. Impact Of Customer Relationship Management In E- Banking Era Of Public Sector Banks
    B. ParKavi1 Dr. S. Rajkumar
    Guru Nanak College, (Autonomous), Chennai, M.R. Government Arts College, Mannargudi

    Page No: 14-17



4. A Study On Human Resource Audit Landscape In India – With Reference To It Sector
    Divyashree V, Radhika Uttam
    St Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Bangalore

    Page No: 18-23



5. A Study Innovation Model In Sustainable Development In Microfinance On Living Standards, Empowerment And Poverty Alleviation Of Poor People
    Dr. M.K Purushothamma, Rabina
    Bharathiar University, Research & Development Centre, Coimbatore

    Page No: 24-27



6. Innovative Teaching Learning Strategies For Sustainable Development- The Gandhian Way
    Dr. Frances Vaidya
    Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan’s Smt. Surajba College of Education Juhu, Mumbai

    Page No: 28-32



7. A Study On Behaviour Of Optimism Towards The Job Performance And Job Satisfaction Among The Employees Of Private Sector Banks In Chennai City
    Dr. G. Vijaya Kumar1 Dr. S. Subadra
    Sir Theagaraya College, Chennai, NKR Government Arts College for Women, Namakkal.

    Page No: 33-37



8. A study on the work life balance of women professionl’s of government college with specal reference to thanjavur town, tamilnadu
    Dr. J. Prahannayaki
    K.N. Government Arts College for Women (A), Thanjavur.

    Page No: 38-43



9. Organizational Commitment Factors Influencing Towards The Job Satisfaction Among The Employees Of Selected Public-Sector Banks In Chennai City
    Dr. K. Shoba, Dr. K. Vasuki
    Sir Theagaraya College, Chennai.

    Page No: 44-49



10. A Study Of Ranga Reddy District In Telangana State
      Dr. Kankipati Srinivasa Rao
      VivekVardhini College of PG Studies, Hyderabad, Telangana State.

      Page No: 50-54



11. Innovations In The Corporate Training And Development For Bridging The Skill Gap
      Dr. Meera Krishnappa
      NMIT, Govindapura, Yelahnaka, Bengaluru.

      Page No: 55-59



12. Role Of Innovation For Sustainable Performance Of Selected Msmes In Andhra Pradesh, India
      Dr. N. Giri Babu, Yadavalli. Srinivasarao, Dr. C. Sambaiah
      Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering and Technology, Chittoor, JNTU Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, Vemu Institute of Technology, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh

      Page No: 60-64



13. A Study On Financial Health Of The Startup’s
      Pradeepa, Dr. R Hiremani Naik
      IMS, Kuvempu University

      Page No: 65-70



14. Innovative Approaches Towards Organizational Effectiveness For Sustainable Education
      Dr. Ratnaprabha N. Rajmane
      Gandhi Shikshan Bhavans, Smt. Surajba College of Education, Juhu Mumbai

      Page No: 71-75



15. Quality Management In Six Sigma Techniques
      Dr. S. Rajkumar, T. Avinash, P. Thirunavukarasu
      M.R.Government Arts College, Mannargudi, Tiruvarur, VIT, Vellore, Periyar E.V.R College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No: 76-78



16. Effective Banking System Through An Innovative Financial Inclusion Model – An Impact
      Dr. Sharan Shetty
      School of Management & Business – MALAYSIA

      Page No: 79-84



17. Fosteringinnovation In Education For Sustainable Development
      Dr. Sunayana J Kadle
      GSB’s,Smt. Surajba College of Education, Mumbai.

      Page No: 85-87



18. A Role Of Mgnrega Scheme For Sustainability Of Beneficiary Households And Rural Asset Creation To Empower Rural Women In Jalgaon District
      Dr. Veena P. Bhosale, Adv.Jyoti Bhole
      KCES’s COEIT, Jalgaon.

      Page No: 88-93



19. Gamification – An Innovative Hrm Practice @ Workplace
      Dr. Kavitha Desai, Jyothi Magodu Nagaraju
      AIMS Institute of Higher Education, Peenya, Bangalore.

      Page No: 94-101



20. Empowering It Sector Women Endurance, Emotional Intelligence And Mental Health With Martial Art Exercise For Live Hood
      Dr. Kunjikannan. R
      CET, Kerala.

      Page No: 102-107



21. Bridging Skills Gap Towards Sustainable Development
      Dr.S. K. Kataria
      BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd, New Delhi.

      Page No: 108-110



22. Innovation In Marketing
      Dr. S. Nizar Ahmed
      Al-Ameen Arts, Science & Commerce College, Hosur Road, Bangalore.

      Page No: 111-114



23. Investigating The Viable Of Vendor Control Stock Method In E- Supply Chain Management
      Dr. J. Venkatesh, Dr. S. Sekar
      Anna University, Regional Campus Coimbatore, Meenaakshi Ramaswamy Arts & Science College, Thathanur (PO), Udayarpalayam (TK), Ariyalur.

      Page No: 115-120



24. Innovative Skills And Women Empowerment In India -A Study
      Dr. Vejita S. Singh, Chitranga Chaudhari
      Khandesh College Education Society’s, S.S.Maniyar Law College, Jalgaon, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.

      Page No: 121-126



25. Study On The Influence Of Organisational Climate On The Job Satisfaction Level Of The Management Teaching Staff Of The Aided College In       

      Tiruchirappalli –Dt
      G. Denish Dhivyan, Dr. D. Fennala Agnes Iylin
      Bishop Heber College, Tiruchirappalli

      Page No: 127-130



26. Public-Sector Banks Remain Vulnerable Even After Embracing Information Technology
      Jayashree Narayan H.T
      Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

      Page No: 131-137



27. Msme Sectors Opportunities And Challenges: The Key To Economic And Entrepreneurship Development In India
      Job Dondapati
      METAS, Adventist College, Surat

      Page No: 138-146



28. Globalization Of Technological Innovation: Challenges And Opportunities
      K. Sumithra, Dr. N. Rajamannar
      Urumu Dhanalakshmi College, Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No: 147-151



29. Practice Of Mindfulness And Self-Regulation
      K. Gopinath
      Schoolof Education, Alagappa University, Karaikudi

      Page No: 152-155



30. Innovations In Corporate Training & Development For Bridging The Skills Gap
      L. G. Rajendra Prasad, L. Gopinath
      IIM Amritsar, India, Sri Ventakeshwara College of Engineering & Technology, Chittoor

      Page No: 156-160



31. Connecting With The Bridge Of Knowledge – A Step Towards Empowering Women Through Ict Initiatives
      Leelavathi.N, Dr. Sudha B.S, Sreelatha B
      L.S.B.G.F.G.C, Kota-Padukere, Udupi, Karnataka, APS College of Commerce, N R Colony, Bengaluru, V V Puram College of Arts and Commerce, Bengaluru

      Page No: 161-165



32. A study on the level of satisfaction of the tourists on houseboat services in alappuzha district. Kerala. (structural equation model)
      Legy C. Joseph, Dr. S. Vasanthi
      Holy Cross College,Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No: 166-169



33. Customer Perception Towards Organic Products - A Study With Special Reference In Chennai City
      M. Mariselvam, Dr. S. Rajkumar
      Guru Nanak College, (Autonomous), Chennai, M.R.Government Arts College, Mannargudi.

      Page No: 170-175



34. Make In India: Women Entrepreneurs And Skill Enhancement For Sustainable Development
      KrishnaMayi, Dr.P.Malyadri
      BharathiarUniversity,Coimbatore, Rayalaseema University, Kurnool

      Page No: 176-182



35. Women Empowerment Through Innovative Skill Development
      Nancy Johnson
      NLP Coach (Life and Relationship Coach)

      Page No: 183-186



36. A Study On Impact And Perception Of Celebrity Endorsment On Advertisement Among Children In Ernakulam District
      Ninu rose
      St.Xaviers college for women , Aluva.

      Page No: 187-196



37. Problems Faced By Rural Women In Sericulture Farming In Tiruchirappalli District, South India
      Dr. S. Vasanthi
      Holy Cross College (A), Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No: 197-200



38. Competency Management Of The College Students With Special Reference To Psychosocial Perspectives
      P. Anitha, Dr. A. Umesh Samuel
      Bishop Heber College, Trichy

      Page No: 201-206



39. To Study The Impact Of Technology On Consumer Buying Behavior On The Performance Of Fmcg Retail Sector
       Prabhakar.K, Dr.Sanjeev Salunke
       St. Joseph’s College ( Autonomous ), Bangalore, Lourdes college of Education, Bangalore.

       Page No: 207-211



40. A Study Of Job Satisfaction Of Secondary School Teachers In Relation To Their Life Skills
      Priti Chandorkar
      Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan’s, Smt. Surajba College of Education, Mumbai.

      Page No: 212-217



41. Customer Disappointment – A Root Cause For Better Customer Retention Programme:A Benchmarking Analysis With Commercial Banks In Bengaluru        City
      Prof A.Seshachalam
      IFIM College, Bengaluru.

      Page No: 218-225



42. Perceptions About The Efficacy Of The Training Programme Among The Trainers In Zonal Railway Training Institute, (Zrti) Tircuhirappalli Division
      Jesica, Dr. S. Vasanthi
      Holy Cross College, Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No: 226-232



43. Mulberry Silk Production In Tamil Nadu-An Overview
      Dr. K. Thiripurasundari, P. Ramalakshmi
      Sri Parasakthi College for Women, Courtallam, Tamilnadu.

      Page No: 233-236



44. Domestic Consumption Of Jute Goods – An Indian Scenario
      Dr. K. Thiripurasundari, P. Rathi
      Sri Parasakthi College for Women, Courtallam, Tamilnadu.

      Page No: 237-239



45. Employees’ organisational commitment and job satisfaction with special reference to neyvli lignite corporation limited, neyvli
      A. Jeon Mythily, Dr. S. Sasi Kumar
      Rajah Serfoji Govt.College Thanjavur

      Page No: 240-246