• Business
    Marketing Orientation

    Marketing Orientation

    What is Marketing? Marketing is the process associated with promoting for sale goods or services. It is considered a “social and managerial process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating and exchanging products and values with others.” It is an integrated process through which companies create value for customers and build strong customer relationships in order to capture value…

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  • Business
    Corporate Social Responsibility

    Corporate Social Responsibility

    1. Definition and Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility: Although the concept of CSR has been developing since the early 1970s, there is no single, commonly accepted definition of CSR. Some notable CSR definitions from the existing literature are presented in the following paragraphs. Corporate social responsibility is a concept whereby organizations consider the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of their activities…

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  • Education
    Inclusive Education

    Inclusive Education

    1.1 Introduction: Education is a universal right to every individual in the nation and it shall be directed to the development of personality too. It also agreed that education shall enable all persons to participate effectively in a free society, promote understanding, tolerance, and friendship among all nations and all racial, ethnic or religious groups and activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of…

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  • Education
    Education technology

    Education Technology

    According to I.K.Davies (1971), “educational technology is concerned with the problems of education and training context and it is characterized by the disciplined and systematic approach to the organization of resources for learning”. According to the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) (2006), Educational Technology could be defined in simple terms as the “efficient organization of any learning system, adapting or adopting methods,…

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  • Human Resource

    Job Stress and Job Satisfaction

    Relationship between Job Stress and Job Satisfaction Occupational stress and Job satisfaction and both indicate people appraisal towards the workplace and work it. Several studies have tried to determine the link between stress and job satisfaction. Job satisfaction and job stress are the two hot focuses on human resource management researches. Teacher job satisfaction and stress can have both economic and personal implications as it…

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  • Human Resource
    Job Satisfaction

    Job satisfaction

    1.1 Introduction: Job satisfaction has always been a flashpoint of discussion among the researchers and scholars since long. This critical issue has gained enthusiastic attention of researchers all around the world after the beginning of industrialization, but now it is applied to each and every organization. The education system has also been changed into an organization. In the field of education measuring the job satisfaction…

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  • Business
    Job Stress

    The concept of Stress : It’s impact on Job

    Job Stress Hans Selye first introduced the concept of stress in 1939 derived from Latin, the word “stress” was popularly used in the seventeenth century to mean hardship, strait, adversity or affliction. It was used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to denote force, pressure, strain or strong effort with reference to an object or person. In engineering and physics, the term implies an external…

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  • Banking
    Customer Relationship Management In Bank

    Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in Retail Banking

    1.1. Introduction: Customer relationship management is one of the strategies to manage customer as it focuses on understanding customers as individuals instead of as part of a group Lambert, 2010). Managing customer relationships is important and valuable to the business. The effective relationship between customers and banks depends on the understanding of the different needs of customers at different stages. The ability of banks to…

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  • Banking

    Need For Human Capital Management in Bank

    Human Capital Management in Banking Sector Banks are the most potential grounds for any country. Firm investments in Human Capital Management have a positive impact on economic performance (Riley, 2011). Banks in India have shared immense growth over the past decades. As Indian Banking sector enters the modem context of globalization, a realm of Hi-tech High-speed banking scenario, one of the most crucial challenges it…

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  • Human Resource
    Human Capital Management

    Human Capital Management

    1. Introduction: Human Capital Management is essential for the effective management of any organization in this era of Globalization and Modernization. Recent techniques and technologies have not only been the magnetic power in IT Sector but also in the management of Human Resource Management. It is very necessary to study new concepts and techniques in People management. People Management is of primary importance always. Even…

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