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Journal of Management Research and Analysis

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1 DEVELOPMENT OF DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR MANAGING THE MAINTENANCE OF FUEL INJECTION PUMP AND DIESEL ENGINE IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, Dr. Shisam Bhattacharyya, Dr. Sourav Goswami, Dr. Pranab K Dan
The automotive industry in India is one of the largest in the world and one of the fastest growing globally. This paper venture to propose a diagnostic tool that introduce a software which presents the expert solutions on the troubles associated with Automobiles Fuel Injection Pump of Diesel Engines by means of different diagnosis levels through predictive maintenance process for the end-users . This research combines a uniquely developed Simulating Function Module i.e. Automobile Workshop Manager and the intensive individual method studies on the problem solving methodologies for the malfunctioned cases in Automobile Fuel Injection Pump of Diesel Engines.
2 PUBLIC AWARENESS TOWARDS CAPITAL MARKET INVESTMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO JRF SECURITIES LIMITED, HYDERABAD, Dr. R. Ganapathi
The growth of the capital market has acquired momentum in the Indian sub-continent for the past 3 decades. The present work highlights the salient features of the capital market investment. It gives much importance to the awareness of the public towards capital market investment with special reference to JRF securities of Hyderabad. One of the objectives of the study identifies the key factors influencing the investment decision of the people. The study is based on both primary and secondary data. The researcher selected 150 investors and from them collected needed information by a questionnaire. Though the study was limited to Hyderabad city only the study did definitely yield the expected results. The researcher has given a number of suggestions towards the end which will open new / vistas for future study.
3 CULTURAL ISSUES IN DOING BUSINESS WITH AMERICA, Dr. Jayant Sonwalkar, Dr. Chandan Maheshkar, Dr. Anuja Mehta
The paper aimed to describe the sensible information concerning doing business with America. This is a qualitative study which gives an idea about America, traditions & customs, American culture, their business practices, HRM practices, legal environment and most important part of this paper is comparison between Indian and American business practices.
4 IMPACT OF TRAINING ON JOB PERFORMANCE AT DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE WORK, Dr. Garima Singh
Journal of Management Research and Analysis (JMRA) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a specialized academic medium and important reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research and practice in management research. JMRA carries theoretical and empirical papers, case studies, research notes, executive experience sharing and review articles, and it aims at disseminating new knowledge in the field of different domain areas of management, information technology and related disciplines. It provides a forum for deliberations and exchange of knowledge among academics, industries, researchers, planners and the practitioners who are concerned with the management, financial institutions, public and private organizations, as well as voluntary organizations. Our editorial policy is that the journal serves the profession by publishing significant new scholarly research in management discipline areas that are of the highest quality.
5 IMPACT OF STRESS ON PROFESSIONAL WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS, Dr. R. Ganapathi
Stress is the single non-specific reaction of the body to a demand made upon it. Everyone experiences some form of stress or the other and in many cases, the stress or the adverse reaction, to the demand of the situation gets reduced with the passage of time or when one gets used to the situation. Organizational stress, resulting from the demands of the work environment is one such psychological situation. When a women entrepreneurs gains experience and confidence in her work, the stress is bound to decline. It is also believed that training the employee in the proper method of doing the work reduces stress. However, the demanding nature of the job, the aging process, the ever increasing work pressure, the constant need to achieve the target, the peer pressure and unsympathetic higher ups are some of the factors which affect the psyche of the women entrepreneurs very much and affect her ability to perform. The professional women entrepreneurs are found to experience greatest amount of stress. Many factors contribute for the increasing stress level of these women entrepreneurs and an attempt is made in this study to analyze such causative factors.
6 INVESTIGATION OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE THROUGH FACEBOOK, Prof. Sarwade Walmik Kachru
Previous studies do not investigate the factors affecting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) competitive intelligence through Facebook in the context of Malaysia. This article surveys the use of Facebook for Competitive Intelligence in the context of Malaysia. Data were collected based on the following factors: Logo, wallpaper, Pictures and Description, Inbound Communication, Aesthetics and Visual Quality, Network Scope and Reach, Interaction Quality and Language Use through Facebook. Five SMEs located in Malaysia were selected for the research. It was found that Pizza Hut Facebook page has the largest network scope and reach with 763,114 followers. The success of having this followership could be attributed to competitive prices and promotions offered by the SMEs, Use of translator to translate Chines language to English which makes it possible to communicate with other races not necessarily in Malaysia, quality and description of pictures displayed on the cover page of Pizza Huts Facebook page, short and minimally interactive post on the Facebook page. The major factors that deserved more attention from SMEs for successful competitive intelligence are Language use, quality pictures and description, inbound communication and, aesthetics and visual Quality.
7 INVESTMENT PATTERN OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN MADURAI CITY, Dr. R. Ganapathi
All the citizens are engaged in various activities depending on the knowledge availability of funds and feasibility of return from the activities to generate income for meeting the basic requirements of the human being. After meeting the basic requirements if there is any balance, it is kept as the saving which can be utilized for the future requirement. If the saving of the individual is kept in the home or locker, there will not be any return from the saving. Instead of keeping the savings idle without any income. If is invested in the outside, adequate income may be generated from the savings. Hence all the people try to invest the amount saved in various nature of investment to get maximum return. The investors based on their choice select different area for investment share market is considered one of the best are of investment. Normally in all business goods and services are bought and sold. While in the share market shares, debentures and bonds issued by the Government and Public limited companies are bought and sold. In olden days due to lake of adequate literacy the awareness about the share market was very poor. After some time some of the people entered in share market business directly. Some of item involved in share business with the help of agents and brokers. All most all business there is a possibility for getting profit or loss in the business. But in most of the business if it is managed properly with planned mechanism, surely we can expect considerable return from the business based on the volume of capital invested in it. We have developed well in all business when compared with the status of business development at the time of independence. Government employees in Madurai have considerable savings as the cost of living of the City is comparatively less than other cities in Tamil Nadu and also in India. Further nowadays the government offers better salary to the government employees due to the policy of pay commission of the government of India. After meeting the family requirement every month considerable amount is kept for savings they prefer to utilize their savings in investment where they can get more rate of return for their investment. Most of the government employees are well educated and have more experience in various fields. But they do not have thorough knowledge in the investment area to get return for their investment. They must be given awareness about the area of investment and rate of return from various nature of investment. Hence a study was undertaken by the researchers in the above topic INVESTMENT PATTERN OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN MADURAI CITY.
8 FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE - CHALLENGES, PROSPECTS AND STRATEGY FOR INDIA, Dr. Rakesh Guglani
India, with its preponderance of youth full of new vigor, hope and positive outlook, looks forward to attain economic power in the years to come. This paper analyzes whether the country is ready for it and how other socio-economic factors are going to affect positively as well as negatively in the process of attaining economic power. The paper finds out the role of financial intelligence in make our country economically stronger and robust when its youth is still struggling with the iniquity of unemployment, corruption, lack of civic sense, gender, caste and spatial discrimination. The study details the prospects and suggests suitable strategy to promote financial intelligence across the boundaries of geographical regions, cultural diversities and varied heritage of the sub-continent.
9 STUDY ON EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF TOON BRANDING, Dr. Sweta Singh, Dr. Singh Pooja Dr. Satyaprakash
Journal of Management Research and Analysis (JMRA) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a specialized academic medium and important reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research and practice in management research. JMRA carries theoretical and empirical papers, case studies, research notes, executive experience sharing and review articles, and it aims at disseminating new knowledge in the field of different domain areas of management, information technology and related disciplines. It provides a forum for deliberations and exchange of knowledge among academics, industries, researchers, planners and the practitioners who are concerned with the management, financial institutions, public and private organizations, as well as voluntary organizations. Our editorial policy is that the journal serves the profession by publishing significant new scholarly research in management discipline areas that are of the highest quality.
10 UNDERSTANDING THE WORKING CAPITAL FINANCING STRATEGY (A CASE STUDY OF LUPIN LIMITED), Dr. Ashok Kumar Panigrahi
Working capital management as a financial strategy has its effects on liquidity as well as profitability of the firm. The present study investigates the relationship among the aggressive/conservative working capital policies and profitability of Lupin Limited for the period of 2010-2014. The effect of different variables of working capital management including current ratio and collection days on profitability was used for analysis. The study shows that there is a positive correlation between liquidity and profitability of the firm. It indicates that the investment in current assets lies in such a specified domain that increase in liquidity leads to an increase in profitability and vice-versa. The relationship between cash conversion cycle and ROCE indicate positive but insignificant relationship. Thus, the management may increase its investment in current assets up to that point of liquidity-profitability frontier where the curve changes its curvature from zero to negative because after that point the relationship between liquidity and profitability would become negative which is not desirable. The study investigated the relationship between the aggressive/conservative working capital policies of Lupin Ltd. We found a positive relationship between the profitability measures of the company and degree of conservativeness of working capital investment and financing policies. The company yields a positive return if it follows a conservative working capital policy i.e. with more short-term funds.
11 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA: FUTURE AND GROWTH POLICIES- AN OVERVIEW, Dr. Shubham Singh, Dr. Payal Dande, Dr. Shashikant Patil
The report analyses the concept of Foreign Direct Investment in India and studies it in various contexts like growth and policies implemented after the independence. With the economic direction of gradual increase in the liberalization and globalization, several factors influencing the patterns for the investment in India have also been discussed in the paper. The report entails the advantages and limits of FDI, main sectors with Equity/ Route limit in India & factors affecting FDI with respect to Indian Economy. The paper purports to explain the purpose of studying this topic and gives insights on different proposals of encouraging the flow of foreign capital through FDI & analyzing the largest sectors of the investments in India. We have also performed case studies on organization such as PepsiCo, to justify our assumptions and to clarify the concepts.