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    • Jatropha curcas L: a promising non-edible oil seeds 

      Singh, Gurdev; Seetharaman, S. P.; Chokshi, S. N. (2010-03-27)
      Jatropha curcas L. is a non-edible oil seeds which grows widely in some areas in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan where it is also grow as live fence on the boundaries of fields. Being hardy in nature it can survive ...
    • JIT implementation: outlines of a strategy 

      Thomas, P. S.; Ramachandran, K. (2010-07-20)
      The logic of JIT represents the core of a new management paradigm that has been used to devastating effect by Japanese companies during the 1970s and 1980s. in this paper, intended primarily for practitioners and tea hers, ...
    • Job involvement sense of participation and job satisfaction: a study in banking industry 

      Singh, Mira; Pestonjee, D. M. (2010-03-22)
      The purpose of the study was to explore the possible effect of job involvement and sense of participation on job satisfaction of two categories of bank employees. The sample consisted of 250 officers and 250 clerical cadre ...
    • Job satisfaction and moral in medium scale organizations 

      Goud, R. Mare; Pastonjee, D.M. (2010-03-31)
      A developing country like India cannot afford to neglect the problem of the people who contribute to its economic growth. Men work to satisfy their needs, and the extent of need satisfaction or need frustration is reflected ...
    • Job satisfaction job involvement and participation amongst different categories of bank employees 

      Singh, Mira; Pestonjee, D. M. (2010-03-15)
      This investigation aims to assess job satisfaction, job involvement and participation among officers and clerical cadre of a nationalised bank. The sample consists of 500 bank employees from western zone. Job satisfaction, ...
    • Job stress of a creative manager 

      Manimala, Mathew (2010-03-22)
      The 'inverted-U' relationship between stress and performance is well-known. It is reasonable to assume a similar relationship between stress and creativity. However, very little is known about the reverse relationship; the ...
    • Joint Sales Promotion: Prospects & Issues 

      Sonal, Kureshi; Preeta, Vyas (2009-09-02)
      This study is an attempt to understand current consumer joint sales promotion in India and thereby identify related prospects and problems. For a conceptual overview, relevant literature in this area was studied. To gain ...
    • Joint Ventures and technology Trade 

      Bhatt, M. C. (2012-10-01)
    • Justifiable preferences for freedom of choice 

      Lahiri, Somdeb (2010-01-16)
      In this paper we say that a preference for freedom of choice is justifiable if there exists a reflexive and complete binary relation on the set of alternatives, such that one oppurtunity is atleast as good as a second, if ...
    • Key Account Management 

      Vyas, Preeta H (2013-11-25)
      This note tries to explain concept of key account management (KAM), factors leading to importance of this emerging concept, criteria to determine key accounts from customer base, benefits to both buyers and sellers ...
    • Knowledge acquisition from examples using a reference class 

      Yegneshwar, S.; Arunkumar, S. (2010-03-23)
      Acquiring knowledge from examples is frequently used in expert systems. A common model is building of a decision tree which discriminates each class from every other class. Though such a model performs well as far as ...
    • Knowledge building in industry - technology institution joint R & D projects: a process model 

      Prabhu, Ganesh N. (2009-12-12)
      Technology institutions (TIs) traditionally rely on industry for funding basic research, generating researchable problems and commercializing their R&D, while industrial firms traditionally rely on TIs for basic research ...
    • Labour in a textile city: a study of workers needs and welfare in ahmedabad 

      Verma, Pramod (2010-03-13)
      The basic hypothesis of this study is that welfare expenditure undertaken by various independent agencies does not meet the felt needs of the workers. A socio- economic survey was conducted identify these needs. The survey ...
    • Labour market deepening in the Indian information technology industry: an exploratory analysis 

      Basant, Rakesh; Rani, Uma (2009-12-12)
      The analysis suggests that deepening is actually taking place but the pace but pace can probably be enhanced. Transition to the off-shore model, growth of the ITES sector, competition and infrastructure led movement of IT ...
    • Labour reforms: a delicate act of balancing the interests 

      Kaur, Rupinder; Maheshwari, Sunil Kumar (2010-04-03)
      In this study we examine the issue of the need of labour reforms in the globalised economy. The two legislations discussed in detail are: Chapter VB of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947- provisions relating to layoff, retrenchment ...
    • Lagged variable models and their estimation 

      Gupta, G. S.; Chawle, Deepak (2010-03-28)
      The paper discusses the reasons for hypothesizing various kinds of lagged variable models, their characteristics and the appropriate methods for estimating them. In particular, the distributed lag model, the partial ...
    • A Lagrangian heuristic for the capacitated plant location problem with side constraints 

      Sridharan, R. (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1989-09-01)
      In this paper we present a Lagrangian relaxation approach for solving the capacitated plant location problem with side constraints. The side constraints are upper bound constraints on disjoint subsets of the (0-1) variables. ...
    • Land and forest resource management for economic betterment of weaker sections in rural India 

      Gupta, Tirath (2010-03-21)
      The importance of providing the poor man with an opportunity to perceive and participate in the process of economic development has long since been realised. An examination of some past and current policies in India, ...
    • Land reforms legislation's: problems and prospects (a micro study) 

      Moulik, T. K.; Tripathi, B. L. (2010-03-13)
      Though a variety of land reforms legislations have been created in the past independence days with the objectives of abolition of intermediaries, security of tenants and equitable distribution of land, the implementation ...
    • Language translations in advertising and marketing research: need for recognizing measurement differences 

      Mehta, Subhash C.; Parekh, Jayshree S. (2010-03-14)
      This paper reports the findings of an empirical study, designed to test the following four hypotheses: H1 : When consumers rate the same advertisement on two language versions of the same work (adjective), the mean ratings ...