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Pradeep Mullekyal Devadasan

Pradeep Mullekyal Devadasan
Srinivas University · College of Social Sciences and Humanities

M.S.W, LL.M, PGDBA, MA, PGDCP, NET, Ph.D in Law

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Introduction
Dr. Pradeep M.D. is a doctorate degree holder in law along with holding 3 maters and 2 PG Diplomas to his credit. Spontaneously studious through education to secure first rank and gold medals in varied disciplines. Has been serving as Associate Professor and guides scholars for their research degrees. Humble by nature and interested in service the needy through volunteering social service activities. Published several educational modules, published papers in the reputed journals. Authored books.
Additional affiliations
July 2008 - present
Srinivas University, Karnataka, India
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
April 2000 - June 2018
Mangalore university
Field of study
  • Law, Social Work, Sociology, Business, Psychology

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Publications (77)
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Purpose: To introduce the Collaborative Social Engagement (CSE) model as one of the best practices useful to higher education institutions for creating their social footprints of Service. The paper showcases the practice framework of the model by showcasing its impact on skill development, social service, social welfare and sustainability. The stud...
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Purpose: To find an innovative way to boost research work and contribution by individual faculty members of higher education institutions including universities by creating their own micro-research centre. This should also help faculty members to plan and intensify their research at low cost and internally available resources and to contribute to t...
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Purpose: To establish innovative practices for sustainability through executing Social Responsibilities at University level for creating safe environment and disseminating sustainable habits, practices and eco-friendly lifestyle among the stakeholders. Methodology: Case Study is conducted by using an exploratory research design. The data is collect...
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Purpose: To showcase an innovative higher education training model at the university level for students’ all-round holistic development by studying an existing university model as best practice in the university system. Methodology: As an exploratory case study methodology is followed for the collection of information from university personnel, Uni...
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Purpose: people are associated with specific gender based on their genitals. Transgenders feel a mismatch in their gender and associate to the traits of opposite gender gradually. There are broad spectrum of people who gradually identify themselves with gender different to which they are born. Traditionally transgenders are of divine creature but g...
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This manuscript introduces I-Three Learning Model (ITLM) intervention to build competency among scholastically backward children by facilitating easy input, processing and output of information. Child receives information through sensory path ways, learning ability is the capacity of the children to collect, process, retain and retrieve information...
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This manuscript introduces I-Three Learning Model (ITLM) intervention to build competency among scholastically backward children by facilitating easy input, processing and output of information. Child receives information through sensory path ways, learning ability is the capacity of the children to collect, process, retain and retrieve information...
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India is amongst the prime producers of nutritious horticultural produces, spices, poultry, fruits, dairy, vegetables, fish and meat in the world. Cold chain system provides care and protection to the products in transit from the source to end user with standardised storage, distribution and inventory facilities. The operation of the cold chain sys...
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Human beings possess instinct of inquisitiveness in cases of confronting with the unknown aspects of life which probe to attain greater understanding on such uncertainty. This inquisitiveness is the method which man employs for obtaining knowledge is termed as research. It is the art of scientific enquiry into new facts conducted in any branch of k...
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The use of smart phones and other gadgets in the university class room is becoming a culture in the modern age of technology. Some students are using this technology for the purpose of information only. However, it was distinguished that others use mobile phone to receive messages over different applications such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, T...
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Organizational base, pool of resource and technology has lead to generation of employment and income. Empowerment is a process of creating awareness about social realities and available rights, to build capacity through education, knowledge, skills and action to initiate participation to bring change. Participation of women in savings and economic...
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Tribes are the primitive people emerged since Vedic period, living socially as homogeneous unit with their own culture with different subsistence pattern, custom, superstitious beliefs, distinct life style living in isolation from the outside influence. Forests are closely associated with the tribal economy and culture. Foreign invasion affected tr...
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Human mind is interested to collect information's which intern, is converted to knowledge by interconnecting it with known concepts and skills as part of achieving a goal. Knowledge facilitates predicting, adapting and controlling both physical, social and change phenomena. Application of knowledge yields expertise, analytical or experiential insig...
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India comprises 43.7 crore people working with the skill in the residual sector as unorganized labours. Around 24.6 core engage in agriculture, 4.4 crore in construction and remaining people in the manufacturing and service sectors. This sector faces eventual deficiencies in regulations over employment, remuneration pattern, poor employer and emplo...
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The old age is defined as the age of retirement in which there is a decline in the functional capacity of the organs of the human body, which occurs mostly due to physiological transformation. The study of physical and psychological changes that occur in old age is called "gerontology". It is presumed that 177 million population will be geriatrics...
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India estimates to reach 1.31 billion in terms of population by the end of 2016. The Educational system in the highly populated countries like India should be gender sensitive which impart knowledge along with dissemination of skills to empower the marginalized sections of the society. By facilitating contribution from the marginalized folk, the co...
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Ancient Indian Literature 'Manusmrithi' mentioned about codes for the protection and safety of the people. The concept of Social Security was associated with the Hindu Joint Families which was the 'Original Cell of Security' and 'First Line of Defense' against any misfortune. Then in Vedic period 'Guilds' a group of merchants or artisans worked dur...
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Indians learn the essential themes of social and cultural life within the bosom of the family. Women are legal citizens of the country but due to the lack of acceptance from the male dominant society there is a considerable deterioration in their status. Indian women suffered a lot as they were completely devoted inside the family, no share in pare...
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India comprises 43.7 crore people working with the skill in the residual sector as unorganized labours. Around 24.6 core engage in agriculture, 4.4 crore in construction and remaining people in the manufacturing and service sectors. This sector faces eventual deficiencies in regulations over employment, remuneration pattern, poor employer and emplo...
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Human resource is the asset of an organization. The cost of human sufferings because of industrial accidents and occupational diseases are beyond calculation. Industrial accidents have become extremely costly in terms of death, medical expenses, disability, loss in productivity and damage to plant and equipment's. There is a need for the collective...
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Organization should provide a safe and healthy environment for its employees. Safety is concerned with the protection of the physical health of employees in the workplace. The Health and Safety Policies aims to create a healthy workplace by reducing hazards affecting the performance of employees. Hazardous working conditions will increase the healt...
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Organization should provide a safe and healthy environment for its employees. Safety is concerned with the protection of the physical health of employees in the workplace. The Health and Safety Policies aims to create a healthy workplace by reducing hazards affecting the performance of employees. Hazardous working conditions will increase the healt...
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Biologically, Child falls within the state of human development in between the stages of birth and puberty below the age of 14 years of age. Child is a gift of almighty which need to be nurtured, cared, respected, loved and protected. The children during their tender age require abundant care, love and affection from their parents, relatives and fr...
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Universities in India are globally famous for providing quality education with low cost. The privatization has further developed formal education with advanced technology, infrastructure and learning environment. It has become a matter of pride for the higher educational institutions to show case the innovations they do to provide quality education...
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Universities in India are globally famous for providing quality education with low cost. The privatization has further developed formal education with advanced technology, infrastructure and learning environment. It has become a matter of pride for the higher educational institutions to show case the innovations they do to provide quality education...
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Advancement in Technology facilitated cybercrimes and created fear among netizens. Information Technology widened communication sphere making it Borderless and Transnational. Any criminal act committed over the internet for monetary and non monetary gains is considered as Cyber Crimes. Cyber offenders indulge in misusing confidential information fo...
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Research means searching for knowledge by utilizing appropriate scientific and systematic approach. It presumes the status of human voyage for the discovery by exploring ones inquisitive urge to gain knowledge over the unidentified aspects connected to life. Research aim to acquire new knowledge or expansion of existing information through some val...
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Research means searching for knowledge by utilizing appropriate scientific and systematic approach. It presumes the status of human voyage for the discovery by exploring ones inquisitive urge to gain knowledge over the unidentified aspects connected to life. Research aim to acquire new knowledge or expansion of existing information through some val...
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The modern doctrine of sovereignty is derived basically from two thoughts of development which emerged during the end of Indian medieval history. On the one side there was an emergence of new National States which are curious enough to assert their absolute independence during the new age of economic expansion by rejecting the feudal notions includ...
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Women are the embodiment of divine virtue and purity blessed with sweetness of speech and beauty from the god. There were contradictory dialogues about women where some schools of thought representing them to be 'equals of men' and other schools trying to spread hatred and disrespect by projecting women to be weak minded and unworthy of trust. The...
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Women are the embodiment of divine virtue and purity blessed with the sweetness of speech and beauty from the god. There were contradictory dialogues about women where some schools of thought representing them to be ‘equals of men’ and other schools trying to spread hatred and disrespect by projecting women to be weak minded and unworthy of trust....
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Research is the process of searching for knowledge with the aid of appropriate scientific and systematic methodology. It attempts an enquiry for discovering of facts by exploring the inquisitive urge for knowledge. It also covers the process of either acquiring or expansion of knowledge with most acceptable pedagogies. Research methods are used to...
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Unorganised sector occupies a predominant portion in the workforce of India. The work is considered to be the physical and mental engagement by human beings for economic productivity. Fisheries Sector has become a source ofincome and employment to those who engage in unorganised employments for their life. India is the second largest producer of fi...
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Unorganised sector occupies a predominant portion in the workforce of India. The work is considered to be the physical and mental engagement by human beings for economic productivity. Fisheries Sector has become a source ofincome and employment to those who engage in unorganised employments for their life. India is the second largest producer of fi...
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Unorganised sector occupies a predominant portion in the workforce of India. The work is considered to be the physical and mental engagement by human beings for economic productivity. Fisheries Sector has become a source ofincome and employment to those who engage in unorganised employments for their life. India is the second largest producer of fi...
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Unorganised sector occupies a predominant portion in the workforce of India. The work is considered to be the physical and mental engagement by human beings for economic productivity. Fisheries Sector has become a source ofincome and employment to those who engage in unorganised employments for their life. India is the second largest producer of fi...
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Fisheries Sector has become a source for income and employment to those who engage in unorganised employments for their life. India is the second largest producer of fish in the world by contributing 5.68 per cent of global fish production and second largest producer of fish by aquaculture after China. In the National Fish Productivity, State of Ka...
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Assessment and Accreditation is deeply utilized for determining the "Quality Status" of a Higher Educational Institution (HEI). HEI denotes here in particular a College, a University, or any other recognised Unit therein. Meeting the standards of quality set by NAAC (National Assessment & Accreditation Council) is absolutely essential for the HEI i...
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Curriculum is an essential ingredient of any higher education system regardless of what the education level is. All other aspects whether teaching, learning and evaluation or research and development, infrastructure and learning resources, student activities and support system revolve around it. Therefore, curricular aspects and the best practices...
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Universities in India are globally famous for providing quality education with low cost. The privatization has further developed formal education with advance technology, infrastructure and learning environment. It has become a matter of pride to show case the innovations they do in providing the best education. Sustainability can be attained only...
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The modern doctrine of sovereignty is derived basically from two thoughts of development which emerged during the end of Indian medieval history. On the one side there was an emergence of new National States which are curious enough to assert their absolute independence during the new age of economic expansion by rejecting the feudal notions includ...
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Financial institutions are the backbone of the Indian economy. Since economic liberalization after 1990, the Indian banking sector has witnessed growth along with remarkable improvement in its quality of assets and efficiency. Information Technology has become one's way of life in today's world that, it is difficult to imagine a world without IT. T...
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Financial institutions are the backbone of the Indian economy. Since economic liberalization after 1990, the Indian banking sector has witnessed growth along with remarkable improvement in its quality of assets and efficiency. Information Technology has become one's way of life in today's world that, it is difficult to imagine a world without IT. T...
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Labour is the prime contributor for the industrial growth and economic development of a country. It is known to be the segment which contributes significantly to the GDP of the Nation. Work is generally known to be the physical or mental engagement of the people in any economically productive activity for their livelihood. The Indian economy is cha...
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Labour is the prime contributor for the industrial growth and economic development of a country. It is known to be the segment which contributes significantly to the GDP of the Nation. Work is generally known to be the physical or mental engagement of the people in any economically productive activity for their livelihood. The Indian economy is cha...
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The old age declines the functional capacity of the organs due to physiological transformation. The study of physical and psychological changes that occur in old age is called “gerontology”. Vital role is played by the legislations in granting welfare of the elderly population. The elderly welfare requires the solutions to the practical problems of...
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Financial institutions are the backbone of the Indian economy. Since economic liberalization after 1990, the Indian banking sector has witnessed growth along with remarkable improvement in its quality of assets and efficiency. Information Technology has become one's way of life in today's world that, it is difficult to imagine a world without IT. T...
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After 1990 Indian Banking experienced growth along with improvement in services and utility. Financial institutions have become the foundation of Indian economy. Information Technology has been inculcated in the life style pattern of the people and they are inseparable from the utilities of the Information Technology. The Information technology cre...
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Increasing awareness on the various environmental problems has led to a shift in consumer behaviour. There has been a change in consumer attitude towards a green lifestyle. Thus green Marketing has evolved special implications in the modern market. Green indicates purity through quality, fairness in price and worthy in dealings. Green marketing foc...
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Increasing awareness on the various environmental problems has led to a shift in consumer behaviour. There has been a change in consumer attitude towards a green lifestyle. Thus green Marketing has evolved special implications in the modern market. Green indicates purity through quality, fairness in price and worthy in dealings. Green marketing foc...
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Labour is the prime contributor for the industrial growth and economic development of a country. It is known to be the segment which contributes significantly to the GDP of the Nation. Work is generally known to be the physical or mental engagement of the people in any economically productive activity for their livelihood. The Indian economy is cha...
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Women constitute half of total population in India. The roles played by men and women in the society are not biologically determined but socially justified through the culture or religion. Indian history has exposed instances of discrimination against women infringing their rights for equality, liberty and freedom. It diluted their status in the so...
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This book is prepared to give an overall view about ‘Womens Life and Status’ since Vedic period to the 21st century. To introduce the reader to the concept of women empowerment, I have tried to trace the historical development of womens through the ages. The book is based upon the recent research outcomes and updated datas and presented in a simple...
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Education spreads parallel with the life span of a person starting from his birth to death. Education is known to be the instrument which fills human actions with the essence of values, dignity, ethics and human virtues. Life progress along with the process of civilization equipped with social, moral, cultural attributes in the path of education. T...
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Education spreads parallel with the life span of a person starting from his birth to death. Education is known to be the instrument which fills human actions with the essence of values, dignity, ethics and human virtues. Life progress along with the process of civilization equipped with social, moral, cultural attributes in the path of education. T...
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The success in Human life depends on the knowledge and skills individual possess. Knowledge helps to enjoy and manage physical and social changes but using knowledge for social cause will gives wisdom. The higher education system in developing country like India should impart knowledge and disseminate skills through empowering the learner. Value ba...
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Consumers are the king in the modern business world. They are one who buys goods for their consumption to meet their aspirations. Fulfilling consumer desire is the ultimate goal of marketing activities. Indian business are highly influenced by the rapid changes in the technology, improved economic systems, higher purchasing power of consumers, chan...
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India comprises 43.7 crore people working with the skill in the residual sector as unorganized labours. Around 24.6 core engage in agriculture, 4.4 crore in construction and remaining people in the manufacturing and service sectors. This sector faces eventual deficiencies in regulations over employment, remuneration pattern, poor employer and emplo...
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The success in Human life depends on the knowledge and skills individual possess. Knowledge helps to enjoy and manage physical and social changes but using knowledge for social cause will gives wisdom. The higher education system in developing country like India should impart knowledge and disseminate skills through empowering the learner. Value ba...
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Green Marketing has evolved special implications in the modern market. Green indicates purity by means of quality, fair price and worthy in dealings. Green marketing focus to market eco-friendly products to satisfy the needs and wants of customers. It adopts innovative techniques of product modification, dynamic product processes, maintaining susta...
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My paper highlights the pros and cons of technology based banking services in India. Banks mobilize public savings and facilitate investments. The
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Tribals usually are primitive people, living socially as homogeneous unit with their own culture different subsistence pattern, custom, superstitious beliefs, distinct life style living in isolation from outside influence. Forests are closely associated with the tribal economy and culture. Foreign invasion affected tribal life by assimilating throu...
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Indians learn the essential themes of social and cultural life within the bosom of the family. Women are legal citizens of the country but due to the lack of acceptance from the male dominant society there is a considerable deterioration in their status. Indian women suffered a lot as they were completely devoted inside the family, no share in pare...
Article
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The old age is defined as the age of retirement in which there is a decline in the functional capacity of the organs of the human body, which occurs mostly due to physiological transformation. The study of physical and psychological changes that occur in old age is called " gerontology ". It is presumed that 177 million population will be geriatric...
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In this paper, we have presented a teaching case on optimum strategy of effective handling of social responsibility by a philanthropic organization to fulfil its social obligation in the society – the case of Ramakrishna Muth centre, Mangalore. The Muth centre was founded elsewhere in 1947 and later shifted to its present premises. The Mission cent...
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India estimates to reach 1.31 billion in terms of population by the end of 2016. The Educational system in the highly populated countries like India should be gender sensitive which impart knowledge along with dissemination of skills to empower the marginalized sections of the society. By facilitating contribution from the marginalized folk, the co...
Article
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Ancient Indian Literature ‘Manusmrithi’ mentioned about codes for the protection and safety of the people. The concept of Social Security was associated with the Hindu Joint Families which was the ‘Original Cell of Security’ and ‘First Line of Defense’ against any misfortune. Then in Vedic period ‘Guilds’a group of merchants or artisans worked duri...
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Social Work Profession is under paradigm shift through Technology. Any profession to galore need to be technology friendly which help the stake holders to enjoy the utilities of the discipline. The inception of technology to profession is to be foreseen through the challenges it brings with it for delivery of service to the needy. Social workers sh...
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Social Security seems to be the responsibility of the state to protect the workforce along with their dependents against certain occupational hazards formed on the ideals of human dignity and social justice. It reduces social sufferings resulted from poverty, unemployment and diseases by compensating with financial benefits and medical care. It cov...
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Green Marketing has evolved special implications in the modern market. Green indicates purity by means of quality, fairprice and worthy in dealings. Green marketing focus to market eco-friendly products to satisfy the needs and wants of customers. It adopts innovative techniques of product modification, dynamic product processes, maintaining sustai...
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Organizational base, pool of resource and technology has lead to generation of employment and income. Empowerment is a process of creating awareness about social realities and available rights, to build capacity through education, knowledge, skills and action to initiate participation to bring change. Participation of women in savings and economic...
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Information collected by the human mind will be correlated with the aware concepts and skills to satisfy the desired purpose. Knowledge guides to assume, use, adopt and control both physical and societal changes. Application of knowledge encourages critical or experimental understanding to constitute wisdom. The potentiality and usage of knowledge...
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After 1990, Government of India incepted the liberalization policies over investments. Indian Economy is greatly contributed by Financial Institutions through great improvement in quality of service and efficiency. The present world is driven through technology and the imagination of world without IT in the 21 st Century is impossible. Banks also s...
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Financial institutions are the backbone of the Indian economy. Since economic liberalization after 1990, the Indian banking sector has witnessed growth along with remarkable improvement in its quality of assets and efficiency. Information Technology has become one's way of life in today's world that, it is difficult to imagine a world without IT. T...

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