International Journal of Management Research and Social Science

International Journal of Management Research and Social Science

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  • Publisher: Innovative Research Developers and Publishers
  • Country of publisher: india
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Sep/29

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  • LCC Subject Category: Social Sciences, Humanities, Multidisciplinary, Business, Commercial, Consumer and Financial Law, Sociology, Management
  • Publisher's keywords: Social Science, Management, Sociology, Humanities
  • Language of fulltext: english
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This journal has '74' articles

Ambedkar Model of Democracy and Empowerment and Development of Women

Ambedkar Model of Democracy and Empowerment and Development of Women

Authors: S Shreekrishna
Year: 2018, Volume: 5, Number: 4
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The present paper mainly focuses on Ambedkar, Democracy, Empowerment and Development of Women in India. Dr Ambedkar literature is the boost to the new egalitarian Indian social system. He had lots of knowledge about society and its activities. He contributed his most of the life to empower the backward classes and women in particular. He wrote the constitution of India, it gave opportunities to Women as a democratic country in the world. He did all these by the Constitution of India. As cited above, one of the most backward classes or group is Women. In India, women have a nearly equal population of men. For the upliftment of women in India many social activists, social scientists, social reformers have contributed in their own way before and after independence. Pre-independent and post-independent India tremendously contributed to the development of women. In this, prominent leaders were Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, Mate Savitribai Phule and Ambedkar etc. Post-independent, women lifestyle is changing due to Constitutional provisions and Legislations Measures meant for women. Besides the new system of government, still, in many areas is showing rape, murder, domestic violence, etc. The Hindu Code Bill has given changes on woman’s mindset. It showed Ambedkar commitment to approach for women empowerment in India. Independent onwards, day by day its objectives have been accepted by parliament. Dr Ambedkar‘s is the chief architect of the Indian Constitution. He has given three famous slogans are educated, agitate, and organize, as a framework for empowerment. The present paper presents democracy and women empowerment in India

Keywords: Ambedkar; Democracy; Empowerment; Women; Constitutional Provisions
India’s Higher Education Institutions and their Rankings

India’s Higher Education Institutions and their Rankings

Authors: Dr. Mohammad Shafi Khan
Year: 2018, Volume: 5, Number: 4
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India has one of the largest higher education systems in the world, and is especially known for its engineering institutions. It has a vast network of universities spread across the length and breadth of the country including some top institutions like AIIMS, IIT’s and NIT’s among others. The institutions like the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institute of Technology (NITs), Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISERs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology(IIITs), Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), University of Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru University are now occupying places in the world rankings of the best institutions. But despite number of IITs, IIMs, Universities, Law Schools and other institutions of excellence, none of the Indian Institutions finds a place in the first 100 of the top ranking institutions of the world. This article reviews the status of India’s higher education institutions, their international ranking and the reforms to be taken to increase their international ranking

Keywords: Higher Education; New Education Policy; Ranking of Institutions
Human Rights Violations against Rural Women Workers

Human Rights Violations against Rural Women Workers

Authors: Antony Jesu Rajan
Year: 2019, Volume: 6, Number: 1
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Most of the newspapers and periodicals publish about domestic and work place violence against women. Number of incidents were took part against women such as young brides being burnt for bringing ‗insufficient‘ dowry, women dyeing in abnormal circumstances, rape on hapless women and molestation of young girls are of public protests by women activists and such protests receive media coverage. Very few women were escape death end up in their shelter homes, but the majorities were continues to live in their marital union and endure abusive behaviour from their relatives. This paper violence against women and some of the best practices being followed in the country to address the menace are being examined. It also highlights paper begins with profiling of Indian women with respect to a few selected socio economic indicators. It highlights the various dimensions of human rights violence against the women, especially culturally sanctioned forms of violence. It suggests best practices of combating violence against women. These causes may reflect the deep-rooted gender inequalities that prevail and persist against women in most of the Indian region. Many of the economic researchers were highlights that money is a matter for four functions such as a medium, a measure, a standard, a store. In fact, money has a multi-faceted role to play in a society. It is that medium by which all economic needs of human beings are fulfilled. Many human rights like right to work and right to equal wages for equal work have emerged from the economic needs of mankind.

Keywords: Human Rights; Women; Issues; Challenges; Strategies; Violations.
Data Analysis In Social Sciences: Comparison between
Quantitative and Qualitative Research

Data Analysis In Social Sciences: Comparison between Quantitative and Qualitative Research

Authors: Venkatesh Aravindh
Year: 2019, Volume: 6, Number: 1
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Quantitative research as the name suggests is about quantities i.e. numbers. Qualitative research is about relating to quality or kind. Surveys, questionnaires are some of the popular quantitative research approaches. Film analysis, pictorial analysis are some of the popular qualitative research approaches. There are rigid methods under which quantitative research studies are confined to and mostly do not venture into other branches of studies. Qualitative research have more scope and depth when venturing into other areas such as semiotics, iconography, designing etc. The researcher can venture and get a much deeper understanding in areas more in qualitative research than in quantitative research. This research paper is envisioned to establish a comparison between quantitative and qualitative research in the stream of social sciences.

Keywords: Data Analysis; Social Sciences; Comparison; Quantitative Research; Qualitative Research.
Economic Empowerment of Women –a Lead by
Working Women‘s Forum

Economic Empowerment of Women –a Lead by Working Women‘s Forum

Authors: Vasanthi A
Year: 2019, Volume: 6, Number: 1
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The empowerment of women is one of the central issues in the process of development of countries all over the world. Tamil Nadu has a glorious tradition of recognizing the importance of empowering women over several centuries now. There is an acute need among the poor for credit, both for consumption and production, which often forms the declining line between survival and succumbing to poverty. Dr. Jaya Arunachalam initiated a social organization, Working Women's Forum (India) in 1978 to develop the total human resource potential of very poor women workers in the informal sector. Working Women's Forum (India) which provides an organized platform, access to credit, education, healthcare, training/orientation towards promoting social and financial independence to fight poverty and gender discrimination, matching the Millennium Development Goals of the UN. The paper is based on annual reports and articles on WWF. The paper makes an attempt to understand the services of WWF that illustrates poor women to move out of poverty and dehumanization. This paper also attempts to analyze women‘s role as leaders.

Keywords: LIC Social Security Scheme; Royal Sundaram Shakthi Security Shield; Unionization-National Union of Working Women
Bhutan Political Crisis and Bhutanese Refugees

Bhutan Political Crisis and Bhutanese Refugees

Authors: Ramesh Kumar Shrestha
Year: 2018, Volume: 5, Number: 1
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The Nepali speaking people had entered Bhutan at different points of time and lived in the south of Bhutan as the people of Nepali origin until 1958. In the process of breaking the padlock of isolation, Bhutan accepted them as Lhotshampas and granted formal recognition into the mainstream of Druk society. Ever since then, all the Bhutanese people of the communities of Sharchhokp, Kheng, Bumthang, Kurtoed, Ngalong, Brokpas, Doya and the Nepali speaking section, irrespective of diversity of religion, culture and language coexisted in complete peace and harmony. Until mideighties, Bhutan was enjoying peace economic prosperity and stability. How ever since late eighties, Bhutan had been engulfed into a serious political crisis of its own making (the refugee crisis). This article written in the periphery of the Bhutanese political crisis which is explained in brief.

Keywords: Nepali Speaking People; Refugee Crisis; Bhutanese.
An Empirical Assessment of Non-Performing Assets in
Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks

An Empirical Assessment of Non-Performing Assets in Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks

Authors: Nisar Ahmad Khan
Year: 2018, Volume: 5, Number: 2
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Banking sector is one of the important sectors, which plays a significant role in the economic development of a country. It advances loans to various sectors viz. agriculture, industrial, infrastructure, and so forth and thereby accelerates the cycle of economic growth in the country. Hence, it is very imperative that the credit supply should be smooth in an economy to run the business cycle of various entities efficiently. However, in recent years it has been seen that banks become cautious in advancing loans. The reason is massive amount of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) which affects banking operations severely. NPAs are those assets on which banks do not receive interest income. The present study discusses the concept of NPAs, its types, asset classification, and provisioning norms as per Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines. The study further analyses the empirical position of NPAs in Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs) and suggests measures for reducing them.

Keywords: Nepali Speaking People; Refugee Crisis; Bhutanese
Important Royal Queen’s under the Imperial Cholas

Important Royal Queen’s under the Imperial Cholas

Authors: Mrs Devi
Year: 2018, Volume: 5, Number: 3
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The Chola dynasty was among the largest ruling dynasties in Southern India for a period of over two centuries. Royal women’s in Chola dynasty has a place of their own. They have contributed more and more to the social development of the tamil society. They have played an important role and completely they are held in high esteem.

Keywords: Chola; Queen; Social Activities
Economics of Criminal Behaviour: An overview of Convicted Property
Offenders in Tamil Nadu

Economics of Criminal Behaviour: An overview of Convicted Property Offenders in Tamil Nadu

Authors: Senthamarai Kannan
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 1
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— Effective response towards crime is one of the essential priorities for all society. In order to provide an effective response, it is significant to understand the relationship between crime and various factors. Economics has always been a social science which focuses on resource availability as its demand. The imbalance created has paved way for economic distortions and impact on wellbeing of mankind. In the pursuit to improve financial wellbeing, criminals have always been guided by economic factors and thereby providing a wide scope to analyze inter-dependence between economics and crime. Therefore, an attempt has been made to find out the socio-economic status and various factors for committing property crime among 654 convicted property crime offenders housed in the eleven prisons of the state of Tamil Nadu. Findings reveal that almost all of the respondents are belong to poor socio economic status and they have cited various factors such as personal factors, situational factors resulted in committing property crime. The derived finding will be more useful in preventing individuals from committing property crime by understanding and rectifying the causative factors.

Keywords: Economics of Crime; Property Offenders; Economic Factors.
Job Satisfaction of Women Lawyers: Special Reference to
Chithradurga and Davanagere

Job Satisfaction of Women Lawyers: Special Reference to Chithradurga and Davanagere

Authors: Jayasudha N. S.
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 1
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In society peoples occupy different occupations for their livelihood or for their satisfactions. The profession of law is one of the oldest professions. The person in legal profession is called an advocates or lawyer. An advocate is on officer of the justice and friend of the court. She has to accept a small amount as a token for the service being provided to her clients. Being a legal practitioner, she has to analyse the case history and in order to deliver judgement she has to collect legal material relating to case. The function that the legal profession must perform is not less than the administration of justice. The practice of the advocates has a public utility flavour. An advocate of legal profession has to keep up her status as an officer of the court a privileged member of the society. Our legal structure should be modified where in women are encouraged to get into legal profession and gender specific issues are to be eliminated in order to reduce the attrition rate of women lawyers.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction; Family Life; Women Lawyers
GST – A Game Changer

GST – A Game Changer

Authors: Mitra Priya
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 1
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GST implementation is a milestone in Indian tax system. It transforms the country into one unified common market. It will reduce the existing complexity of taxes as it subsumes VAT, Excise duty, service tax and Sales tax. It is a consumption based tax applied on goods and services at the place of its consumption. The proposed model of GST is ―Dual GST‖ comprising Central and State component charging simultaneously on the common base. It also addresses the cascading effect of tax on cost of goods and services. Other countries experience in GST has proven to be an efficient tax collection system. The implementation of GST generates more revenue as it broadens the tax base and erodes the tax evasion. This Paper highlights the GST implications on tax structure, incidence and compliance.

Keywords: GST; Tax Structure; Tax Incidence; Tax Compliance
A Study on Sales Promotion Techniques on Personal Care Goods
-A Consumer Oriented Approach

A Study on Sales Promotion Techniques on Personal Care Goods -A Consumer Oriented Approach

Authors: Shinto Joseph
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 2
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As Generally understood, Saes promotions are the techniques that help to boost the sales volume and the selling process. These promotion techniques attract several customers and encourage them to trial a product or switch brands. It can motivate consumers to buy a larger quantity of a particular brand or lessen the purchase cycle of buyers by encouraging them to make more quick action. Therefore these activities can be focused to various parties in marketing channel. This study has attempted to understand the effects of sales promotion techniques on personal care goods, with special reference to West Tambaram, Chennai.

Keywords: Sales Promotion; Consumer Promotions; Trade Promotions
A Study on Customer Perception towards Internet Banking

A Study on Customer Perception towards Internet Banking

Authors: Abby Thomas
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 2
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Internet banking plays a vital role in today’s world. People are looking beyond the traditional way of going to the bank for doing their banking transactions. Internet banking has transformed the traditional way of banking; it has brought new dimensions to the banking industries. This study aims at finding the perception of customers towards internet banking

Keywords: Internet Banking; Tradition; Perception
Effects of Yogic Practices with and without Diet Modification on Selected Physical and Physiological Variables among Pregnant Women

Effects of Yogic Practices with and without Diet Modification on Selected Physical and Physiological Variables among Pregnant Women

Authors: Selvi C
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 2
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The aim of this study is to examine the effects of yogic practices on Body Mass Index (BMI) and Fasting Blood Glucose (FBG) level among pregnant women in their second trimester. To achieve the purpose sixty (60) primiparous women were randomly selected from various maternal health centers in and around Chennai city. Their age varied between 23 Years to 28 Years. Subjects were randomly assigned into three groups. Experimental group I (20-subjects) Experimental group II (20) and Control group (20). Experimental group I underwent six days of yogic practices for one hour in the morning between 6.30 am to 7.30 am along with diet consultation. Experimental group II also underwent similar practices without any modification in their regular routine diet. Whereas control group did not undergo any training program except their regular maternal health check up. All the three groups were tested for Body Mass Index using standardized formula (Height in meter square /Weight in Kilogram) and Fasting Blood Glucose level using standardized laboratory test. The data pertaining to the variables collected from all the three groups before and after the training period were statistically analyzed using Analysis of Covariance (ANACOVA) to determine the significant difference and tested at 0.05 level of confidence. The study reveals that Experimental groups show a significant difference in BMI and FBG than the control group. Experimental groups, I show the significantly better difference in BMI and FBG than Experimental group II due to yogic intervention along with diet modification. Hence the hypothesis was accepted at 0.05 level of confidence.

Keywords: Pregnancy; Yogic Practices; Body Mass Index; Fasting Blood Glucose.
Personality Development for Business Entrepreneurship

Personality Development for Business Entrepreneurship

Authors: Ashalatha D
Year: 2017, Volume: 4, Number: 3
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Entrepreneurship is an attitude which propels the instinctive fear of a person to explore and create the market value with a do it anyway attitude. In that case it is quite evident that it is all possible only because of tremendous human vigour and liveliness. But not all of us are the same or think same. Our inclination towards business is an inherent quality of enterprising skills and given a chance will blossom into flourishing business. Each one of us with different attitudes, aptitudes and opportunities would make our own world of success. This paper deals with the essentials of personality development aspects of various entrepreneurship abilities and how to prune the acumen for prosperity. It all starts with the basic differences in the personality types and how it takes a little understanding and effort to become the best entrepreneur

Keywords: Entrepreneurship; Personality; Development; Attitude; Enterprise.

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