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E-Commerce: Electronic commerce is an emerging concept that describes the process of buying and selling or exchanging of products, services, and information via computer networks including the internet. Electronic commerce is a modern business methodology that addresses the needs of organizations, merchants and consumers to cut costs while improving the quality of goods and services and increasing the speed of service delivery. E-commerce refers to the paperless exchange of business information using Electronic Data interchange, Electronic mail, Electronic Bulletin Boards, Electronic Funds Transfer and other network-based technologies.

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Minor:- A person who has not attained the age of minority known as minor. Sec :-3 of the Indian majority Act, 1857 states that a person is deemed to have attained majority as follows:- 1) When a guardian of a minor’s person or property is appointed under guardian and wards Act, 1980, then a person is deemed to have attained majority on completion of 21 yrs. 2) When a property of a minor has passed under the superintendence of the courts of wards, then a person is deemed to have attained majority on completion of 21 yrs. 3) In other cases, a person is deemed to have attained majority on completion of 18 yrs.

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INTRODUCTION: Fitness is very crucial area nowadays. Everybody wants to keep fit and healthy. For keeping the health fit people use to join different types gym and yoga club. Physical fitness comprises two related concepts: general fitness (a state of health and well-being) and specific fitness (a task-oriented definition based on the ability to perform specific aspects of sports or occupations). Physical fitness can be define as the ability to function efficiently and effectively without injury, to enjoy leisure, to be healthy, to resist disease, and to cope with emergency situations. Health-related components of physical fitness include body-composition, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, muscular endurance, neuromuscular learning and strength. Skill-related components include agility(defined as the ability to move in any direction quickly), balance (in multiple dimensions) coordination (hand eye, foot eye,) reactions, rhythm, power, and speed (in all directions. The relative importance of each of the components varies for each person. In this study the skill related components had been taken. The components has been selected were standing broad jump to measure the leg strength, sit-ups to measure the abdominal muscle, sit and reach to measure the flexibility and shuttle run to measure the agility.

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Abstract: The Performance Appraisal is the process of assessing employee performance by way of comparing present performance with already established standards which have been already communicated to employees, subsequently providing feedback to employees about their performance level for the purpose of improving their performance as needed by the organisation.

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Schizophrenia is a disease of the brain, which manifests with multiple signsand symptoms involving disturbance in thought, perception, emotions, movementsand behaviour. In some people, schizophrenia appears suddenly and without warning. But foremost, it comes on slowly, with subtle warning signs and a gradual decline infunctioning long before the first severe episode. Family members often providepsychosocial support assistance in seeking treatment for individuals withschizophrenia. The treatment of schizophrenia has three components. One of thetreatment modality for schizophrenia is home care management, which will helps toreduce the occurrence of relapse, rehospitalisation and improves the general health of the patient.

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Abstract In the present era Whistle blowing has gain Importance in India due to the large public Outcry in recent years. The paper Attempts to make a Comparison of Indian and U.S.A Law and Various Instances of India and U.S.A to provide loopholes into in Indian laws. There have been very few Studies on Whistle blowing protection in India .Whistle blowing is an effective tool for Protection of Employees. According to various studies done on U.S. Legislation on Whistle blowing there has been large number of laws which are dealing with specific problems of Whistle blowing whereas in India there is only one recent law which has been passed. Recently in India 2014 in Rajya sabha. The paper also seeks to provide recommendations to the Indian Government to make Legislative more Effective. As Whistle Blowing is gaining very importance in corporate world it is very important for Indian Government to make effective laws which provide specific solution to the specific problem and protect the interest of Employees.

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ABSTRACT Green HRM is the requirement of 21st century .It involves two elements environmentally friendly HR activities and the preservation of knowledge capital. Green HRM involves less printing of papers, online registrations, e-mails, car pooling, cleanliness drive etc. This paper discuss about various other activities to go green and green initiatives in some functional areas.

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Abstract The disintegration of the Soviet Union and the subsequent emergence of this independent state in the former Soviet space, the international situation and role of Turkey was remarkably influenced. Turkey policy makers sought to spread Ankara''s influence among the Turkey republics of the former Soviet Union and particularly Georgia in the Transcaucasia, who was supposed to be the closest relatives to the Anatolian Turks. Ankara''s intense interest in Georgia is well displayed by the Feed that it recognized Tbilisi, almost a month before it granted recognition to the other former Soviet republics (Mackenzie, K. 1992: 2-7).

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ABSTRACT : In the ever increasing competition of today’s global market the need for effective product promotion is crucial. In the prevailing marketing environment product packaging is playing an important role as a brand communication vehicle. Little research has been conducted within this area and hence the purpose of this research work is to provide a better understanding of how packaging plays a critical role in effecting customer’s perceptions. This research work provides answer to the question like how different positioning strategies effect consumer perception about the packaging attributes and relationship between various packaging attribute for fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) in Indian markets. Due to the fact that the area of package design is quite extensive and vast the present study is focused on examining the package design in the Indian FMCG market. This study aims to investigate the role of packaging in Indian consumer’s perception of product quality at the point of purchase

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The internet plays an important role in people’s lives. According to UKOM (UK Online Measurement, 2010), British people spent 884 million hours online in April 2010, which is 65% more than they did in three years previously. At the same time, shopping online has become increasingly popular in the UK. The average weekly value for Internet retail sales rose from £169.3 million in November 2006 to £593.4 million in November 2010 (Office for National Statistics, 2011), which is over 250% increase in four years . At the same time, the percentage that Internet retail sales in total retail sales in the UK has increased significantly as well. In November 2006, it only accounted for 3% of total retail sales in the UK. After three year, this number increased to 9.5. However, compared to the rapid growth of Internet retail, the design of retail websites has barely changed. All retail websites look similar to each other and offer more or less the same. There are lots of challenges faced by these sites and in current paper same will be discussed.

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The future of Indian banking looks quite exciting with Competition intensifying which would lead to consolidation, though foreign banks are likely to jump into the fray only by 2009, New regulations pertaining to corporate governance and BASEL II coming into effect which would make the banking infrastructure more robust and transparent, Technology being adopted aggressively by banks to make processes efficient and cost-effective, provide services 24X7 and analyze customer data to offer products and services tailor-made to suit their tastes new segments emerging which would enable banks to tap into new markets and offer new products and services product and service innovation by banks (both foreign and Indian), offering the customer greater choice.

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Abstract The rational for this study was designed to examine the level of competitive trait anxiety that were experienced prior to a volleyball competition and to ascertain whether there were any differences between these two age groups. Anxiety was measured using the sport competition Anxiety Test (SCAT) (Martens, Vealey and Burton, 1990). The sample size consisted of two Intermediate School Volleyball players with the age ranging from 15 to 19 years and 20 college volleyball players of age ranging between 21-25 years Analysis of trait anxiety showed at significance difference of 0.05 as college volleyball players were found to be less anxious than school volleyball players. But both the age group players presuppose an average degree of suggestions for future research and practical consideration which are listed in the conclusion.

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Relationship marketing refers to the use of relationships rather than purely transactional means, in order to not only acquire customers, but also to generate customer loyalty that results in repeat custom for the firm. It is a very important area for modern businesses, and an ideal area on which to base your marketing dissertation.

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A method to estimate the empirical Green’s function is explained in this paper. This method involves deconvolution and it is applied in frequency domain. For this the seismic record can be converted to frequency domain using Fourier transform where deconvolution is applied and is converted back to the time domain using inverse Fourier transform. The source time functions can be obtained with very few seismic records and for just a single station. The rupture propagation direction and rupture velocity are also estimated. This study is helpful in understanding source processes of earthquakes.

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Globalization has a wide role to play worldwide. It has left back its footprints at every sphere of life. Not only in India, but the interchange of world views and ideas has resulted in a major transformation of the lifestyle and living standard of people globally. Indian culture is no bar to this transformation process. Our deep rooted traditions and customs have loosened up their hold with the emergence of globalization. India has a rich cultural background and pride of its culture is famous throughout the world. Globalization has not only inculcated the westernization in India, but conversely the Indian culture has also spread its impact globally. Culture and traditions of any geographic region hold a special significance with respect to its uniqueness and that is the differentiating factor for a population within a geographic boundary from the other. This uniqueness has been disturbed to the varying degrees in lieu of globalization. Such an impact is very much pronounced when they hit a developing country like India.

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In this paper, we prove a common fixed point theorem for weakly compatible mappings in complex valued metric spaces. Our results generalize some recent result in the literature due to Azam [1] and Sintunavarat [10]. We also present an example to support our result.

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Of the post-independence reforms that has achieved the most in terms of reducing poverty in India, land reforms get the winning prize. By suppressing intermediaries, simplifying and standardizing the system of tenancy, production relations were made more efficient and rural wages went up. But if they had actually redistributed the land - as opposed to preserving the nearly- feudal system plus incentives and subsidies for big land owners - they could have really eradicated one of the causes of poverty in India. On the other hand, you could argue that at least limited land reforms have served as a second-best solution.

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Demographic analysis of data collected in December 2012 of 70 households in Jamuva Ramgarh clearly mentions that the fertility and mortality has a great impact on the population change in any area. The results of the study clearly indicate that the fertility as well sex ratio is higher in Jamuva Ramgarh than the district average but lower than the state average. The study also shows mortality and fertility differentials among the various social group. The Mali’s have high fertility and mortality rate while the Brahman’s have low fertility and Mortality rate. There is an also sex-specific mortality differential in the present study. These trends are discussed in the light of prevailing socioeconomic, cultural and health practices among these social groups.