JAN- FEB, 2019 IJERS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18
Imapct Factor: 4.93
ISSN: 2454-5554
Date: 01-Mar-2019

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


H S Vyas

EVALUATION OF THE COMPATIBILITY OF THE BANK GUARANTEES ISSUED BY THE JK BANK LTD. WITH LAW AND POLICY

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18, Page - 893/903

 The study examines the evaluation and compatibility of the bank guarantee issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd. with the law and policies. It makes the systematic evaluation of the law and the judicial approach relating to the bank guarantee system. The present study also evaluates the bank guarantees issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd. with the guidelines and the norms of Reserve Bank of India. The area of the study is confined to the Srinagar district of the State of Jammu and Kashmir. In order to gather information with respect to bank guarantees issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd. various bank officials at different branches had been interviewed. The sampling technique utilized in this study is random sampling. The analysis of the data reveals that the Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd. is following the law, rules and the policies while issuing the bank guarantees. 
Keywords: Bank guarantee, Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd. (J&K Bank Ltd.) and bank guarantee, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on bank guarantee.  
 

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Gupta, S.N., Supreme court on Banking. (2007 Ed.). Universal Law publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. Gupta, S.N. Law relating to guarantee. (2006 Ed.). Universal Law publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. Handerson, Wade, Bank guarantee explained. http:ezinerticles.com. (Visited on 21-12-2011).

H S Vyas

IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION: THE INDIAN EXPERIENCE

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18, Page - 904/914

 Globalization is the new buzzword that has come to dominate the world since the nineties of the last century with the end of the cold war and the break-up of the former Soviet Union and the global trend towards the rolling ball. Unlike how the presently developed economies expanded and went global in their hoary past, the main reform initiatives in India (like in many other developing countries), were undertaken after a fiscal and foreign exchange crisis which brought it to the verge of default on the foreign loans. Thus, the Indian Globalization is a result of the decadence within and the pressure from without. The effects of Globalization on the Indian economy in the post-Globalization years are clearly visible in the foreign sector - foreign exchange reserves, international trade, inflow of foreign capital, etc. This paper explores the contours of the on-going process of globalization. Throughout this paper, there is an underlying focus on the impact of Globalization on the Indian economy. 
Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment, Globalization, Gross Domestic Product, Indian Economy.
 

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Ahluwalia, I.J., "Industrial and Trade Reforms in India". In R. Shand (ed.), Economic Liberalisation in South Asia, New Delhi: Macmillan India Ltd. Goyal, K.A., Impact of Globalization on Developing Countries (With Special Reference to India), International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 5, pp. 166-171.

H S Vyas

IMPACT OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL ON THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF LISTED COMPANIES IN TEHRAN STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18, Page - 915/919

 Economical special conditions in to active companies has been caused competitive benefit in these companies don’t be base on tangible asset of them. What that is the cause of competition in these companies economically nowadays are intangible assets and on the other hand, they are intellectual capital. Because of this type of intangible assets and capitals hasn,t been written in the balance sheet and of course, they have significant effects in the performance, value and profitability, it needs to consideration, allocation of sources and emphasis of senior managers in the organization increasingly.
In this research we tried to examine the impact of intellectual capital on financial performance of companies. For this purpose, the CIV method (Calculated Intangible Value) and ICE (efficiency of intellectual capital) for measuring the extent of the intellectual capital and use efficiency of the intellectual capital in companies and it has been studied the effect of the intellectual capital on the ratios of ROE (Return On Equity) and ROA (Return On Assets) and ROS (Return On Sales). For this purpose, it has been chosen in the stock exchange in Tehran 170 Companies in the time space from 2003 to 2007, accidently and necessary data of the research has been collected from the financial statements of mentioned companies. The main and sub- Hypotheses of the research has been confirmed by use of statistical methods whit 95% confidence coefficient by SPSS Software.
Keywords: intellectual capital, knowledge management, intangible assets, financial performance of organizations
 

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Abeysekera Indra, James Guthrie, an empirical investigation of annual reporting trends of intellectual capital in sri Lanka, crit, perspect Accounting 16, p151–163. Abdi. R, Jafari. A.; examine the relationship between intellectual capital and market value of companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange " National Conference future prospects of Accounting and auditing, Islamic Azad University, Bonab Branch, (October 20-21, 2009).

H S Vyas

ROLE EFFICACY OF GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18, Page - 920/933

 The growing consciousness of human exploitation of environment has elicited several responses. In the last three decades there has been a plethora of governmental and non-governmental conventions hosted, a myriad of books published, extensive media coverage, and countless speeches delivered concerning environmental issues and how they might be addressed. An integral part of helping people to understand the importance of their actions on the health of their surrounding environment is through the best practices of governmental and non-governmental organizations involved therein. Furthermore, an effective implementation of any environmental management programme depends on the full support of local actors, which depends on a certain level of education, community participation, public private partnerships, raising awareness and training in the relevant areas. Environmental management involves the practices that increases people’s knowledge and awareness about the environment and associated challenges as well as develops the necessary skills and expertise to address the challenges. The present paper attempts to identify various socio-economic factors as well as functioning of various organizations associated with preservation and restoration of environment in the selected research area.  The data for the study were collected from secondary sources. The data so collected has been analyzed through secondary review. The study concludes that socio-economic factors have a positive impact on environmental management. The basic factors identified were: Demographic change, Social change, Gender and divisions of labor, Health, Education, knowledge and information, Poverty, Economic change, Technological change, Research and the development of new technologies etc. 
Keywords: Community Participation, Environmental Management, Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations, Public-Private Partnership
 

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Allen, W.J., Journal of Business & Economics Research, Vol.4, 10p, http://learningforsustainability.net/research/thesis/thesis_ch2.html Anh, Dao Mai, Environmental Management and ISO 14001 Certification in Vietnam, www.sde.nus.edu.sg/mem/dissertation/3.%20Dao%20Mai%20Anh%20ed%20.pdf Anjaneyulu, Y.; Environmental Impact Assessment Methodologies – B.S. Publications, Hyderabad. Bhatia, A.L.; Current Trends in Global Environment –New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi. Chandana, R.C.; Environmental Awareness – Kalyani Publishers, Ludhiana.

H S Vyas

STUDY OF FDI INFLOWS IN INDIA, TRENDS AND PATTERNS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18, Page - 934/953

 The purpose of this study is to study changing trends in the flow of foreign direct investment (FDI)  (With the adoption of new economic policy 1991 and subsequent reform process) India has witnessed a change in the flow and direction of foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country. This is mainly due to the removal of restrictive and regulated practices. Foreign direct investment in India increased from 409 crores in 1991-92 to 122,919 crores in 2008-09. However, the country is far behind in comparison to some of the developing countries like China. In so far as growth trend of FDI is concerned, there has been quite impressive growth of FDI inflow into the country during this period. However, negative growth rate is noticed during the period 1998 - 2000 primarily due to falling share of major investor countries, steep fall of approval by 55.7% in 1998 compared to 1997 and slackening of fresh equity. However, traditional industrial sectors like food processing industries, textiles, etc. which were once important sectors attracting larger FDI, have given way to modern industrial sectors like electronics and electrical equipments, etc. In this paper analysis on the potentiality and challenges of FDI in the country is discussed and open a room for future discussion.
Key Words : FDI, Liberalization, FIPB, FIPB, DIPP.
 

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Alam MS. “FDI and economic growth of India and Bangladesh: a comparative study” Indian Journal of Economics vol.80. Alam Feroz Mohd. “Impact of foreign direct investment on Indian Economy since economic liberalization”, public opinion –monthly survey, vol.2, no.8.

H S Vyas

THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTION AMONG STUDENTS IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 4/18, Page - 954/963

 A study was conducted to determine the students perceptions on entrepreneurial intention. Using a questionnaire survey on MBA, MCA, and BE students from the engineering colleges in Coimbatore, this study examines whether the students have an entrepreneurship intention. It also examines whether personality traits, Push and Pull factors, College environmental factors, other factors, and demographical characteristics influence the students to become entrepreneurs. The research results showed that despite a sizeable share of respondents thinking about entrepreneurship, most of them do not want to start business after graduation, but defer this to a more distant future. The findings also indicate that all the factors influence the intention of students in that college environment has more influence on entrepreneurship intention compare to other factors. The study implies that customized approaches to college environment help to increase the effective entrepreneurship intention.

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Brenner, O.C., Pringle, C.D., & Greenhaus, J. H. “Perceived fulfillment of organizational employment versus entrepreneurship: Work values and career intentions of business college graduates” Journal of Small Business Management, 29, 62–74. Bird, B. "Implementing entrepreneurial ideas: The case for intention." Academy of Management Review 13(3), 442-453.

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