5th ICMBS 2012, Haridwar

5th International Conference of Management and Behavioural Sciences
An Interdisciplinary Conference
23rd & 24th June, 2012
Hotel Le Grand, Haridwar (U.K.)
Organized by
Society of Management and Behavioural Sciences (SMBS)
Programme Schedule 5th ICMBS 2012 Haridwar
23rd June 2012
Registration :
Inauguration :
Inaugural Speech :
Key Note Address :
Tea Break :
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7:30 AM to 8: 00 AM (Conference Hall 1)
8:00 AM to 8: 20 AM (Conference Hall 1)
8:20 AM to 8:30 AM(Conference Hall 1)
8:30 AM to 8:50 (Conference Hall 1)
8:50 AM to 9: 00 AM (Conference Hall 1)
1:30 PM to 2:00PM (Conference Hall 1)
3:50 PM to 4:00 PM (Conference Hall 1&2)
Session 1 Conference Hall 1
Psychology and Organizational Behaviour(9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon)
Session Chair
Dr. ShyamLataJuyal, Asso. Prof. and Head, Department of Psychology, KGM, Gurukul Kangari Univ., Haridwar
Renuka Joshi, Asso. Prof.and Head Department of Psychology, DAV PG College, Dehradun

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 AakankshaKataria, PoojaGarg and RenuRastogi, Employee Engagement as a Predictor of OCB: Astudy of Indian IT sector In-Person
2 Anjali Jindal, PoojaGargand, and RenuRastogi, The Impact of Job Design on Work-Life Balance of Employee In-Person
3 Anjali Rai, An Empirical Study on Motivational Factor to Analyze The Employee Satisfaction For An Effective Organization in India In-Person
4 AnkurLal and ArunSacher, Impact of Leadership and Emotional Intelligence on Performance Management In-Person
5 Annu Jain, Adhering to a set of rules or nurturing trust as an intrinsic part of an organizational culture In-Person
6 Anu Dandona and Shyam Lata Juyal, A Study of Aggression in Sports Personnel In-Person
7 Arpita Sharma Nath, BidishaLahkar Das and DeepjyotiChakraborty, Occupational Stress in Organisations - A Comparative Study between Male and Female Private Sector Employees in Guwahati City In-Person
8 Aruna B. Bhat, SantoshRangnekar, &Mukesh Kumar Barua, Organisational Learning in Indian Organisations: An empirical Overview In-Person
9 ChandniSrinivasan, The Need for Counseling Centers for Children Infected With HIV/AIDS Absentia
10 ChandniSrinivasan, The Need for Grief Counseling in Organ donation Network India Absentia
11 Chinu Agrawal and Shyam Lata Juyal, A Study Of The Relationship Between Personality Types And Career Choice In-Person
12 EishaGohil and Ruby Charak, Meaning In Life, Life Satisfaction And Positive-Negative Affect In Older Adults: Interplay of Gender and Type of Residence In-Person
13 George N. Mathew, Riyad Mahmoud Mohammad Ehmaid, Amjad Ahmad Abdul Qayum, Coping with Assessment Phobia for Success in College Education Absentia
14 Happy Paul and PoojaGarg, Mutualistic perspective of Individual Resilience and Organizational Commitment: a path analysis model In-Person
15 Kanchana P., Connotation of Poignant Acumen of Recruits in Toil Life symmetry Why it matters auxiliary than Persona? Absentia
16 Koustav Mukherjee, Sushmit Mukherjee, Chandan Kumar Banerjee and KaushikMandal Relationship between Faculty Motivation, Faculty Satisfaction, Students Satisfaction, andService quality gaps in professional Education: An Empirical Study In-Person
17 MansiRastogi and RohitBansal, Does Psychological Climate predict performance of Professors in Educational Institutions?A study on Private Professional Educational Institutions in India In-Person
18 Meetu Singh, The Impact of Yoga on Adjustment Level in Old Age Male In-Person
19 NanditaChaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui,.Abha Sharma and IramFeroz, Eating Attitudes and Health Anxiety among Type2 Diabetics Absentia
20 PrajaktaSubhashBhadgaonkar, Loneliness and Internet Addiction Amongst Adolescents Absentia
21 Pubalin Dash, Impact of Cognitive behavioural intervention in controlling Conduct disorder: A case study In-Person
22 RachanaGangwar and Vishal Sharma, Impact of Cartoon Programs on Child Psychology In-Person
23 Ravindra Kumar Koshal, Beyond pathology: An Cultural interpretation of normal and abnormal behavior In-Person
24 RavneetChawla , Need for Integrated Program for At-risk Early Adolescents from Marginalized Families In-Person
25 Reena Shah, Work-life Balance: The Theoretical Framework In-Person
26 RekhaSapra, Social Emotional Competence: A powerful silent tool of well-being and success In-Person
27 RenuKalra, Innovative Leadership: A new age management approach In-Person
28 RiyazRainayee, Influence of Employee Job Involvement And Sense of Participation on Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Investigation In-Person
29 RiyazRainayee, Linking Employee Job Satisfaction with Patient Satisfaction: An Empirical Study of Two small Hospitals in Kashmir Valley In-Person
30 RupaliShrivastava and Reeta Kumar, Emotional Intelligence and Social Support as Related to Depression among Late Adolescent College Students In-Person
31 Sarika Sharma, Achievement Test of Social Sciences of Class VII In-Person
32 SatyaNarayanaGoud G, A Review of Research on Better Marital Adjustment In-Person
33 Shefali&Sangeeta, Fun at workplace :A study of BPO companies Absentia
34 ShilpeeAdhikari, Stress an unavoidable condition affecting work and behaviour of employees In-Person
35 Shivani Jindal, PoojaGarg and RenuRastogi, Relationship between Quality of Work Life and Subjective well-being of Employees in IT Firms In-Person
36 SonamGondlekar, Organizational Climate and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour among Mining Company Employees In-Person
37 Sunita Rani, Suicide Prevention: An Urgent Need In-Person
38 Uttam Kr. Pegu, De-Stigmatizing HIV/AIDS: Intervening Mass Media Efforts and Strategies in Mitigating the Epidemic and the Implications of Social Change Communication Absentia
39 Vikineswaran A Maniam and Jegak Uli, Managers™ Perception on Workplace Learning Opportunities Within Learning Organizations In-Person
40 Bhavna Saighal, Bhat M. K. and Anjana Gupta, An analysis of Indoor Office Environment and its impact on employees productivity in IT Sector: with a special reference to Delhi and NCR In-Person

Session 2 Conference Hall 2
Marketing Management (9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon)
Session Chair
Dr. V.K. Singh, Professor, Faculty of Management Studies, GurukulKangri University, Haridwar
Prof. MarekPrymon, Department of Organization and Management, University of Economics, Wroclaw, Poland

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 AbhijeetKhatri&RichaTuli, Green Marketing A Step To Preserve The Environment Absentia
2 AvanishVaish, SoumajitGhosh, PratimaTripathi, Manish Singh, Monark Bag, and Vrijendra Singh, An Analytical Study to Determine the Demographic, Cultural and Seasonal Effect on the Consumption Behaviors of Vegetables and Fruits in India In-Person
3 FarzanaGulzar, Brand Failures- An Empirical Study of Consumer Evaluations in Emerging Markets Absentia
4 GagandeepKaurNagra, Gopal R., and PradipManjrekar, The Impact ofAdvertisement on Consumer™s Attitudes and their Purchasing Behavior Absentia
5 IsitaLahiri and Soumitra Karan Crafting Competitive Customer-value Conclave: An Epistemology of Innovative Strategic Management with reference to Automobile Tyre Industry In-Person
6 KalpanaMaheshwari, Customer Relationship Management: Towards a meaningful relationship Absentia
7 KalyaniChaudhary, Cultural Influence on Consumer Behavior Absentia
8 KaurangaBorgohain, Street Vendors and Informal Economy with special reference to women fish vendors -A Study Absentia
9 Kavita Thakur , Coca-Cola India's Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy Absentia
10 Kush Kr. Patwa and Love Kumar Patwa, Rural Buyers™ Behavior and Marketing of FMCG Products In-Person
11 Love Kumar Patwa and Kush Kr. Patwa, On Line Advertising in India: The Big Opportunity in Today™s World In-Person
12 Love Kumar Patwa and Kush Kr. Patwa, Role of Banks in Green Accounting: Progress and Challenges In-Person
13 MamtaVyas, Retail Marketing :An Analysis on Indore Market Absentia
14 Manu Gupta and Vinod Kumar, Social capital and its relationship with quality of life: An exploratory study among households in India In-Person
15 Maran.K and Hema Mary M., Change Make Changes - Over Rule The Red Signal To Green On Offer Messages & Calls Cellular Mobile In-Person
16 MarekPrymon, Role of marketing incorporate strategie In-Person
17 Nidhi Joshi, NitishGhune and SiddharthUpadhyaya, Drawing Knowledge for Modeling Consumer Churn in E-Business: An Empirical Analysis In-Person
18 Nischith.S, Green Marketing: Opportunities and Challenges in Indian Road of Business Absentia
19 Parul Mittal, Analysis of Rational Behavior of Investors in Haryana Absentia
20 Preethy K.N., Rural Buyer Behaviour towards gold.-A Case study of VazhoorPanjayath Absentia
21 Preeti Raj and KamleshHarbola, Comprehensive study of factors leading to stress and its impact on employees with special reference to 5 Star Hotels In-Person
22 PrernaManik, Anshu Gupta and Jha P.C., Dynamic Promotional Resource Allocation for Multi-Products in a Segmented Market In-Person
23 AnishYousafNaik and Anil Gupta, An Empirical Assessment of the Impact of Prominence and Relatedness on Sponsorship Recall In- Person
24 RajlaxmiPujar, Rural Marketing- A New Dimension in Marketing Absentia
25 RavinderDogra and Anil Gupta, Role of Festivals in Destination Marketing: A Perspective from Local Community of Mansar In-Person
26 RomenKalita, Problems and Prospect of Agriculture Marketing in Assam-- a Case study in Sivasagar and Dibrugarh District of Assam Absentia
27 RoshanYadav , JatinDua , Mohammad Kashif, UtkarshGoel, and AbhishekVaish, Intervention of Information Technology in Molecular Marketing: An Analysis of FMCG Products Absentia
28 SabyasachiRath and MousumiSinghaMahapatra, Beneath the Iceberg - A study of the Consumer S-R model to marketing stimuli - The Neuro Marketing Perspective In-Person
29 SatheeshVarma M. and Manjula M Y, Self-concept as Predictor of Motivational Needs of Indian Hatchback car Consumers In-Person
30 Saumya Dixit, AnurikaVaish, Nikki Shreshtha, Bhuwanesh Man Rajbhandari, Fiza Khan, and Tapas Giri, A conceptual framework for studying consumer product return intention In-Person
31 ShashidharR.and Rama Krishna V., Role of Private Players in Rural Agriculture Marketing: An Analysis In-Person
32 TarunTalwar and GurpreetKaur, Advertising & Promotion Diverting the mind of the customer Absentia
33 Ushadevi K.N., Determinentsof Brand preference of consumers towards passenger Cars Absentia
34 Vipul B. Patel, Maulik C. Prajapati&Kundan M. Patel, Factors influencing adoption of Online Ticketing In-Person

Session 3 Conference Hall 1
Operations and Supply Chain Management (12:00 PM to 1:30PM)
Session Chair
Dr. P.C. Jha, Professor, Department of Operational Research, University of Delhi, Delhi
Dr.G.Hari Shankar Prasad Associate Professor, Department of Fashion Management Studies, National Institute Of Fashion Technology, Hyderabad
Dr. Amol Singh, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Rohtak

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 ArchanaSrivastava and Rachna Kant, Heckscher Ohlin Vanek Theorem: An Empirical Study of Indian Manufacturing Industries Absentia
2 ArchanaSrivastava, HeckscherOhlinVanek Theorem: An Excess Supply Approach In-Person
3 HariLalBhaskar, A Conceptual Study of Total Quality Management In-Person
4 HariLalBhaskar, A Study of Business Process Reengineering (BPR) in Manufacturing Industry Perspective In-Person
5 Kanika Gandhi and Jha P. C., Development of EOQ Model for Multi Source to Multi Destination Multi Deteriorating Product under Fuzzy Environment In-Person
6 KiranGarg, NishaArora and Jha P.C., Vendor-Buyer Integrated Inventory Supply Chain Model for Multi period Planning In-Person
7 Koushick Roy, KaushikMandal and Saurav Das Determinants of Channel-Principal Relationship: A Study of Indian Water Purifier Industry In-Person
11 Koushick Roy, KaushikMandal and Saurav Das Determinants of Channel-Principal Relationship: A Study of Indian Water Purifier Industry In-Person
8 SandhyaMakkar, NidhiBhayana and Jha P.C., Single-source, multiple-destination, multi-item EOQ Model with price discount incorporating partial/full truckload In-Person
9 SugandhaAggarwal, RemicaAggarwal and Jha P.C., Optimal Advertisement Planning for a Product incorporating Segment Specific and Spectrum Effect of Different Medias In-Person
10 VeenaDwivedi, Process recording is essential part of micro and macro level fieldwork practice & communication In-Person

Session 4 Conference Hall 2
Fashion, Tourism and Hospitality Management (12:00 PM to 1:30 PM)
Session Chair
Dr.G.Hari Shankar Prasad Associate Professor, Department of Fashion Management Studies, National Institute Of Fashion Technology, Hyderabad
Dr. Vikineswaran A Maniam, Associate Professor and Head of Department Management and Marketing, School of Business and Law, Nilai University College, Nilai, NS, Malaysia

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 Dutta D. M., Dutta A., and Subhajit Bhattacharya, A study on the prospect of Adventure Tourism Industry A Panoramic review of Global vis-Ã -vis West Bengal Specific India Based Study In-Person
2 GauravGarg and Dinesh Kumar Karush, Role of Tribal Communities in the promotion of Medical Tourism : A Case study of Uttarakhand In-Person
3 Hari Shankar Prasad G. and Shiv Kumar M. Belli, A Study on the Attitude of Indian Fashion Students toward Fashion Clothing In-Person
4 JyotiRana, Cultural Tourism In Haryan In-Person
5 MadhuriAggarwal&AkashDutta, HRM in Tourism and Hospitality Industry;Issues and challenges In-Person
6 Rama Krishna V., Sustainable Tourism and Management: A Rapid Change and Critical Review In-Person
7 Shiv Kumar M. Belli and G. Hari Shankar Prasad, The Impact of Social Networking Sites onPurchase Behavior: A Case of Apparel Retailers in India In-Person

Session 5 Conference Hall 1
Human Recourses Management and Business Law (2:00 PM to 3: 45 PM)
Session Chair
Dr. Rupali Kumar, Associate Professor, BharatiVidyapeeth Deemed University, Institute of Management and Research, New Delhi
Dr. Rajesh S. Pyngavil, Associate Professor, Gitarattan International Business School, GGSIP University, New Delhi

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 BhajanLalKardam, SantoshRangnekar and Umesh Kumar Bamel, Impact of Supervision and Reward Satisfaction on Career Management of employee: An empirical study In-Person
2 BhawnaChandani, Human resource accounting- measurement of human resource cost and value Absentia
3 Chandana G. Upadhyaya and Smitha G.R., Flexible Human Resource Management from the Perspective of Enterprise Culture In-Person
4 Deepak Singh Rawat, RichaSrivastava&Preeti Raj, Managing Attrition :With special reference toBPO™s In-Person
5 Deepali Rani Sahoo, An Empirical Study On Business Law and Business Education In-Person
6 Devyani Sharma, and Venkat R Krishnan, The Impact of Pay Satisfaction and Transformational Leadership on Employee Engagement In-Person
7 EledathVinaikumar, Human Resource Development Climate in KAMCO Ltd -An Analysis Absentia
8 Prashant P. Deshpande, Managing Knowledge Workers for higher productivity in the Globalized Era In-Person
9 Rajesh S Pyngavil, Impact of Motivation on Employee Performance: A correlational Analysis In-Person
10 Rama Goel, Innovative Strategies for Attrition Management: A Special Case of Female Employees Hi-Attrition Ratio in The Industry In-Person
11 Swati Chaudhry and SnehaChaudhry, Creating A Talent Organisation Absentia

Session 6 Conference Hall 2
Banking, Finance and Economics (2:00 PM to 3:45 PM )
Session Chair
Dr. Prashant P. Deshpande, Associate Professor, S.N.D.T. University, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Dr.GangappaKuruba, Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, Botswana
Dr. ShwetaAnand, Associate Professor, Gautam Buddha University, Gr. Noida

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 AartiAgrawal, NitishGhune and SiddharthUpadhyaya, Management Tactics in Global Economic Turbulent Times: A Study in Indian Context In-Person
2 Abhilasha Singh and Rahul Dayal, Effect of FIIs on Indian Capital Market ( From F.Y.2005-06 To F.Y.2011-12):A Case Study In-Person
3 DebabrataSutradhar, 'Foreign Direct Investmentand Regional Development in India In-Person
4 GangappaKuruba, Performanceof Small Business Enterprises in Botswana-A Management perspective In-Person
5 George K.M., Financial Inclusion Initiatives of Private sector Banks in Palakkad District of Kerala Absentia
6 Jayashree S. Nair and Dilip Kumar M.C., Case Study of two major Micro financing Institutions in kerala KFC and EMPHIL In-Person
7 Jyoti Paul and Kumar Gaurav, Tracing the trend and security issues in internet banking in India Absentia
8 Kundan M. Patel , Maulik C. Prajapati , and Vipul B. Patel , Commercial Bank Selection Criterion: An Empirical Study, In Context of Semi Urban Area In-Person
9 MamtaChawla and AnuSinghal, Interactive Banking-Technology driven Retail Business for Indian Public Sector Banks Absentia
10 Meenakshi Rani, Risk-Return Relationship and the Effect of Diversification: An Overview In-Person
11 NithinRamakrishnan, Rationale behind Neo-Liberal Business of Governance: Identifying Deficiencies and Management solutions In-Person
12 Puja Singhal, Transformation of needs to opportunities: Environment Sustainability In-Person
13 PuneetBhushanSood and YajuluMedury, Investment Preferences of Salaried Individuals towards Financial Products In-Person
14 Radha Raman Soni, Reverse Mortgage: A Big Opportunity to Indian Banks In-Person
15 RohitBansal and AshuKhanna, IPO underpricing 'cloud or rain™: Event commencing Bombay stock exchange In-Person
16 Sachin Gupta, Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Indian Economy Absentia
17 Sagar B Patil and Shankar S Meharwade, A study on performance analysis of banks listed on BANKEX: CAMELS framework approach Absentia
18 Saurabh Kumar Gupta, Performance Measurement of Indian E-commerce Websites Absentia
19 ShashankBansal, Basel III and the Requirement for Capital Inclusion- A case of India In-Person
20 Shilpa Y., Capital Budgeting in SingareniColleries Company Limited Absentia
21 Shweta Sharma &Somesh Kumar Mathur, Economic and Social well being Index for Indian States Absentia
22 Singhal R.K and AmanduttJha, Equity Derivatives in India Absentia
23 Sonali Singh and MinaliDeswal, Internet and Phone Banking in India :Its Impacts and Structure In-Person
24 TriambicaGautam, Cooperative Banks in India- Two Decades of Change (1990 2010) Absentia
25 Uma Narang and JagdishNarang, Performance Analysis of LIC - Post Privatisation In-Person
26 VaibhavVerma, Sumit Pant, and Tom Thomas, Shortage of Skilled Professionals: An Impediment to Growth in Hospitality Industry Absentia
27 VandanaPurohit, Ahmed J. U., and Sendrick A. Sangma, Micro-Finance Towards Financial Inclusion of The Poor: An Indian Perspective In-Person
28 VarshaKapoor, Is micro-credit really a catalyst for women empowerment? - An In-Depth Study of Women SHGs of Block Bhalwal (J&K, India) In-Person
29 Yasser Arafath K. J., Understanding Inflation and the Need for International Monetary Reforms: An Indian Perspective In-Person

Session 7 Conference Hall 1
Sociology, Social work, Education and Political Science (4-00 PM to 7:00 PM)
Session Chair
Dr. Shantha B Astige, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Government Degree College, Gulbarga
Dr. ShyamLataJuyal, Asso. Professor and Head, Department of Psychology, KGMGurukulKangri University, Haridwar
Dr. Rajesh S. Pyngavil, Associate Professor, Gitarattan International Business School, GGSIP University, New Delhi

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 AshaTiwari, Likely Impact of Foreign Universities on India™s Management Education In-Person
2 Asima Hassan, Conflict and Youth in Kashmir Absentia
3 Ayush Pant, Promoting Sustainable Lifestyles: A Networks Approach In-Person
4 BidishaLahkar Das, Arpita Sharma Nath, and DeepjyotiChakraborty, Awareness of Right to Information Act among the Students of Bachelor in Business Administration in Gauhati Commerce College In-Person
5 DebodattaBhattacharjee, Role of education in agricultural development in India : An Overview Absentia
6 Geetanjali J.V.R., Re Engineering of Higher Education- UGC Role in Employing Knowledge Management Absentia
7 Kaushal Kumar Jha and SamsamKezRengma, Management of Elementary Education Through Communitisation in Tseminyu Block of Nagaland In-Person
8 Koustav Mukherjee, Sushmit Mukherjee, Chandan Kumar Banerjee and KaushikMandal Relationship between Faculty Motivation, Faculty Satisfaction, Students Satisfaction, and Service quality gaps in professional Education: An Empirical Study In-Person
9 LaxmiJaiswal,Transformative Learning Theory and Web-Based Learning Environments: A Review of Research and Discussion of Implications In-Person
10 MadhuMadan, Managing Universities to transform higher education into a socio economic development force Absentia
11 Manish Malhotra, VaibhavVerma, ShubhangiGarg and SuprabhatMandal, Innovative Teaching and learning Practices Absentia
12 Margaret Fernandes Joseph, Gender Concerns in the Mission of the Catholic Church Absentia
13 MohdShafiBhat, Trajectory of Kashmiri Identity In-Person
14 Mohit Kumar, Study of The Work of Indian Legend Chankya in Context with the Modern Management Absentia
15 MudasirBasu, How worthy is my Job? Occupational Efficacy and Job Value of Educational Administrators Absentia
16 NuzhatBasu, Teaching Competence and Personality Profile: A study of Primary and Secondary Teachers Absentia
17 Padma S., Sarma,V.V.S., and Veluri V.S., Transformation of Business Education fromCurriculam Centered to Learner Centered: Some Reflections Absentia
18 Pallabi Das, Quality of primary education in Assam and the development of English language proficiency of underprivileged children In-Person
19 PallaviKiranMhatre, An empirical study on the effect of Age and of Gender of children on the Pester Power that they engage in Absentia
20 ParulTripathi, Adolescence: Chaos to Capable and Compassionate Adult In-Person
21 Rachna Kant, Value System and Education in Modern India In-Person
22 SameenaBasu, Climate perception and student outcome: A correlational study Absentia
23 Shakun Sharma, Women in Slums: A Sociological Study in Jammu city In-Person
24 ShaliniVohra, Technology Assimilation in English Teaching : Digital Language Laboratory In-Person
25 Shantha B Astige, Gender and status of Widows: A Sociological Study in SedamTaluka In-Person
26 Sunil Kumar, NGOs a stage for people™s empowerment from the people™s perspective in India In-Person
27 Sunil Kumari, Regional variations in Women Autonomy: An India Scenario In-Person
28 VatikaSibal, Problems of the Aged among Goans in Mumbai In-Person
29 Adfar Rashid Shah, Towards a Contextual Understanding of Kashmiri Youth: A Sociological Perspective In-Person
30 DrPirzada M. Amin, The Sociological Fallouts of the Displacement of people in Conflict Zones in India: An Overview of Kashmir and North East Regions In-Person
31 Protim Sharma, Student movement as a form of popular protest: an analysis of AASU led anti-foreigners movement in Assam, India In-Person

Session 8 Conference Hall 2
Information Technology Management, Strategic and General Management (4-00 PM to 7:00 PM)
Session Chair
Dr.GangappaKuruba, Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, Botswana
Dr. Rupali Kumar, Associate Professor, BharatiVidyapeeth Deemed University, Institute of Management and Research, New Delhi
Dr. Prashant P. Deshpande, Associate Professor, S.N.D.T. University, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Sr. No. Name of Presenter/Author (s) and title of paper Mode of Presentation
1 Ajay Kumar and Shailendra Singh Tanwar, Management in Cloud Computing: SAAS Model In-Person
2 AnandBajpai, IT Demand Management Scenario in The Market & Derived Model In-Person
3 Asha Gupta, Online Matrimony: Challenges and Opportunities In-Person
4 Devesh Kumar, Cloud Computing: Business Value, Concerns And Challenges For Small Businesses In-Person
5 Gupta C. P. and SumitaDodia, Importance of Management Information System for a Business Organization Absentia
6 KiranYadav, IT Enabled Services in Transfer of Technology In-Person
7 Krishna Kishore and MousumiMajumdar, Management Educations and Corporate expectations A gap analysis In-Person
8 NehaVerma, SantoshRangnekar and Mukesh Kumar Barua, Reexamining TEAM(Team Effectiveness Assessment Measure): A study on Indian Executives In-Person
9 PalvinderKaurSidhu, Business Ethics in Small Organization: An Overview of Key Issues In-Person
10 PushpaShetty, Prime Time for Socially Responsible & Sustainable Business Education Absentia
11 RekhaTalmaki, Dairy co-operative Entrepreneurs and Empowerment of PTG Women in Tapi: Case Study of BAIF Absentia
12 SaibalK.Pal, Priyanka& Anjali Arora, Preparing the Crisis Ready Organization In-Person
13 ShraddhaKulkarni, Mergers &Acquisitions: it™s Impact on Human Resource Management Absentia
14 Singhal R.K., A Risk Management for Merger and Acquisition Absentia
15 Swapnil Singh Thakur, Analysis of IT Industry Leadership Team™s Presence and Commitment in Driving their Organization™s Social Media Absentia
16 Tilottama Singh, MBA at the threshold: Management Education Challenges & Threats in Future In-Person
17 VidyaPanicker, Indian Aviation Sector Struggle for survival vs. burgeoning demand Absentia
18 Vijaya G.S., Achieving Sustainable Corporate Growth with Enterprise Resource Absentia

24th June 2012Conference tour
Conference Tour will start at 9: 30AM (:30AM to 7:30PM) on 24th June 2012
Buses will Reach Rishikesh at 11:00 AM
Buses will return Back to Haridwar at 4: 30 PM
Haridwar City Tour will start at 5:00 PM and End at 7:30 PM

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