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    • Paradigm of sustainable development programme in India 

      Mathur, D. P.; Moulik, T. K. (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1998-12-01)
      There has been a great deal of concern all the world over about sustainable development. However, unlike the developed industrialized countries with high standard of living, the sustainability debate in countries like India ...
    • Paradigms of Gender Issues in Indian Organizations 

      Parikh, Indira J. (2009-12-12)
      This paper is based on the discussions with women, men and senior managers of ten organisations. The scope of this paper is to: 1. To assess how women experience their entry in various organisation. 2. How women visualise ...
    • Paradigms of Mentoring Process 

      Parikh, Indira J.; Kollan, Bharti (2009-09-05)
      The paper “Paradigms of Mentoring Process” focuses on the terminology of mentoring and examines how this process of mentoring can be translated into an organizational setup. The paper talks about: 1. The critical dimensions ...
    • Paradigms of organizational leadership self organized criticality: the avalanche effect 

      Parikh, Indira J. (2009-12-14)
      This paper proposes to state some new paradigms of Organizational Leadership which will facilitate the leaders a well as collective leadership of senior managers to respond to the flux and dramatic shifts occurring within ...
    • Parental Education as a Criterion for Affirmative Action in Higher Education:A Preliminary Analysis 

      Basant, Rakesh; Sen, Gitanjali (2013-11-19)
      Affirmative action, especially in the form of reservation policies, to address the issues of inclusion and equity has been in place in India for a long time. Through these policies higher participation of the marginalized ...
    • Partial Issue Monotonicity 

      Lahiri, Somdeb (2012-10-17)
      In this paper we proposed and characterize a class of new solutions to bargaining problems which uses a reference point and satisfies a property known as partial issue monotonicity.
    • Participation in decision making: research, results and hypotheses 

      Saiyadain, Mirza S. (2010-03-21)
      This report evaluates initial empirical studies on participation as well as the cross-national experience of workers participation in decision making. Though the more empirical studies show the effectiveness of participation, ...
    • Participation of rural institutions and target groups in rural development programme planning and management 

      Gaikwad, V. R. (2010-03-21)
      This paper is for presention to GO-ESCAP Round Table on "Adaptation of Administration to India's Rural Development" scheduled for 16-18 August 1978 at Delhi. The paper points out that there are inherent contradictions ...
    • Party Autonomy in International Commercial Arbitration 

      Agarwal, Anurag K. (2009-08-22)
      As global business expands, the number of business disputes is also on the rise. It is extremely difficult or rather impossible to get all these disputes resolved through the conventional method of courts. Moreover, for ...
    • Path independence and choice acyclicity property 

      Lahiri, Somdeb (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1998-08-01)
      In this paper we study lower and upper approximations of choice functions and propose a necessary and sufficient condition for a choice function to have a path independent lower approximation. In an appendix to this paper ...
    • Path relinking for single row facility layout 

      Kothari, Ravi; Ghosh, Diptesh (2013-11-22)
      The single row facility layout problem is the problem of arranging facilities with given lengths on a line, while minimizing the weighted sum of the distances between all pairs of facilities. The problem is NP-hard. In ...
    • The Path to Purchase during Shopping 

      Sinha, Piyush Kumar; Krishnaswamy, Gopi (2011-05-27)
      Shopping behaviour is being seen from the holistic perspective of the entire shopping experience. The decision making process and value perceptions could vary depending on individual shopping orientations, the cultural ...
    • The pattern of financial leverage: a cross-section study of listed Indian companies 

      Pandey, I. M. (2010-03-13)
      The study has two objects: (i) to ascertain the corporate managers' attitudes about the use of leverage, and (ii) to examine, in the light of the attitudes so revealed, the industrial pattern, trend and volatilities, of ...
    • Pattern of industrial location in Gujarat: An analysis of new factories 1960-70 

      Papola, T. S. (2010-03-13)
      This study portrays the locational pattern of the new factories started during 1960-70 in Gujarat among its districts. The aspects examined are: share of incremental industrial activity going to each districts,in aggregate ...
    • Patterns of MRTPC judgements 

      Khurana, Rakesh; Dholakia, Nikhilesh (2010-03-13)
      In its report submitted in 1964, the Mahalanobis committee on distribution of income and levels of living found some evidence to the effect that industrial planning had been responsible for an increase in income disparities. ...
    • Pedagogy of behaviour simulation 

      Pareek, Udai (2010-03-22)
      The paper proposes a three-dimensional conceptual framework for understanding the pedagogical methods. It discusses the characteristics of behaviour simulation and the relevant concepts of learning for these. Various ...
    • People's participation in social forestry - some propositions 

      Shingi, P. M.; Wadwalkar, Sanjay (2010-03-14)
      People's participation in raising and protecting trees on lands outside the government forests is vital for the success of social forestry. This paper identifies four types of participation: process, cognitive, interactive ...
    • Peoples participation in irrigation projects changing patterns of Himachal Pradesh in Inida 

      Shingi, P. M. (2010-03-14)
      The concept of peoples' participation in national economic development has gained renewed significance in recent years. This paper, using a case method of analysis, studies the charging patterns of peoples' participation ...
    • Perception of college environment, work - values and professional aspirations of students of a medical college 

      Rao, T. V.; Sarupriya (2010-03-13)
      This study sponsored by ICSSR, attempted to assess the perceptions of campus climate by the first, second and third year medical students. Differences in the work-value patterns and Professional aspirations were also ...
    • Perception of Computers in the Indian Industry: A Study of Image and Attitudes in Two Textile Mills 

      Pareek, Udai; Ghosh, Amitabha; Sarupria, Dalpat (2012-09-27)