Notice Board :

Call for Paper
Vol. 4 Issue 11

Submission Start Date:
November 01, 2018

Acceptence Notification Start:
November 10, 2018

Submission End:
November 15, 2018

Final MenuScript Due:
November 25, 2018

Publication Date:
November 30, 2018


                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 4 Issue 11      Submission Start Date: November 01, 2018      Acceptence Notification Start: November 10, 2018      Submission End: November 15, 2018      Final MenuScript Due: November 25, 2018      Publication Date: November 30, 2018




Volume III Issue X

Author Name
Dr. JeetendraTalreja
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 10
Abstract
Women entrepreneur are those women who think of a business enterprise, initiate it organize and combine the factors of production, operate the enterprise, undertake risk and handle economic uncertainties involved in running a business enterprise. Women entrepreneurship has been recognized as an important source of economic growth. Women entrepreneurs create new jobs for themselves and others and also provide society with different solutions to management, organization and business problems. However, they still represent a minority of all entrepreneurs. Women entrepreneurs often face gender-based barriers to starting and growing their businesses, like discriminatory property, matrimonial and inheritance laws and/or cultural practices; lack of access to formal finance mechanisms; limited mobility and access to information and networks, etc.
PaperID
2017/IJRRETAS/10/2017/31611

Author Name
Toran Lal Verma, Dr. D.K. Nema, Mr. Rahul Pandagre
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 10
Abstract
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) sector has emerged as a highly vibrant and active sector of the economy. MSMEs play avital role in providing huge employment opportunities at relatively lower cost than large industries. MSMEs are helping in the industrialization of rural & backward areas by reducing regionalimbalances, assuringevenhanded distribution of wealth and income. MSMEs are ancillary to large industries and contribute highlyto the socio-economic development of the country. The MSMEs are widely dispersed across sectors of the economy, producing avaried range of products and services. The MSMEs contribute to 6% of GDP, 33% of total manufacturing and 45% of total export. On one hand MSMEs are growing at brisk pace, but on the other hand,they are struggling to continue their operations due to various problems. Majority of MSMEs lack finance to run their business and ultimately becomes sick. With the growing industrialization and globalization,there are aplethora of opportu
PaperID
2017/IJRRETAS/10/2017/31612

Author Name
Ankul Pandey, Dr.D.K. Nema
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 10
Abstract
In the worlds, India is a second largest populated country i.e. Indian population is more than 121 Crores. For industrial labour in the Indian economy Structural changes have hastened changes in the patterns of demand. Modern trends shows the structures of employment specify that the workforce of India is transmigrating from the agriculture sector to the industry-and-services sectors. The contemporary paper endeavours to study the current skill capacity, skill development initiatives faces a challenges in front of them beside with their solutions in India. India is one of the youngest countries. After China‟s Workforce of India is the second largest in the world. Demographic dividend of China is expected to start decreasing by 2015 while India will proceed to enjoy it till 2040. The study bring into being the several initiatives/ measures for the efficacious execution of the skill development scheme in the Indian economy. It also focus on unresolved various problems and challenges that
PaperID
2017/IJRRETAS/10/2017/32611

Author Name
Dr. Lalit Kumar Dubey
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 10
Abstract
Study conducted at Aristo pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd Indore with sample size of 30 employees reflected the facts as the Training helps to increase productivity and achieve the goals of the organization. Training programs strongly focus on technical and managerial capabilities. Training programs are well planned in the organization. The training programs are well designed and widely shared in the organization. The quality of training programs in the organization is excellent. Training and development ultimately upgrade not only the productivity of employees but also of the organization. Organizations must have employees who are able to quickly adapt to an ever-changing world market. Companies need to invest in on-going employee training and development in order to both keep employees and organization be successful.
PaperID
2017/IJRRETAS/10/2017/32612