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BVIMSR’S
JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
ISSN: 0976 - 4739

VOLUME - 8
Special Issue
July, 2016

In This Issue: :

  Implications of the outreach and MSME sector lending of MFIs for the 'Make in India' strategy

Dr.Sujata S. Khadilkar, Mr. Prathamesh Tawade


  An Epigrammatic Review of Mission Skill India Programme A Key to Sustainable Development

Mr. Bhumit Shah


  A Study of Microfinance and Women Empowerment in Rural Development in India

Dr. D.M.Khandare, Ratnaparkhe Gajanan D.


  Study of Satisfaction Level of MSMEs due to Microfinance using Discriminant Analysis - An Empirical Study

Ms. Gazia Sayed, Dr. Pankaj Trivedi


  Revisiting Financial Inclusion - An Overview of Redefined Banking Systems

Ms. Jasbir Kaur Sodi


  Make in India-An oppurtunity for Microfinanace

Mr. Prathamesh Tawade,Dr. Sujata S. Khadilkar


  Impact of Information Communication Technology on Growth of Handloom Sector in West Bengal

Dr.Barnana Sarkar


  Nurturing MSMEs to Bolster Make in India drive

Dr. Ramesh Sardar


  Role and Challenges of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) for growth of Small and Medium Enterprises A Literature Review.

Ms. Sushma Patil, Dr C R Chavan


  A Study on the Increasing Relevance of MFIs in the Backdrop of 'Make in India'

Ketan Vira, Dr. R.k.Singh


  Mobile Technology for the Effective working of Self Help Groups (SHGs) in Maharastra Context

Dr.Jyoti Kharade, Ms. Ritu Goswami


  Rise of Interbank Mobile Payment System (IMPS) of Banking Transaction in India

Prakash R Bhatt


  Make In India Microfinance provider's sustainability for rural development

Ms. Mrinal Savyanavar, Dr. Pankaj Trivedi


  Microfinance in India

Dr.Sharukh Tara


  Contribution And Impact Of Foreign Direct Investment In Indian Banking Sector

Sandeep P.Goundgawe, Dr.Govind P.Shinde


  Harnessing Microfinance For Womenpreneurship - Scripting The `Make-In-India' Strategy

Dr.Sangeeta Tandon, Dr. Ahalya Samtaney, Mrs. Nayan Patra


  Role of Peer to Peer lending for growth of MSME's in India

Ms.Rashpal Kaur Saini


  Regional Comparison of Microfinance Penetration In India And Its Relation With Literacy

Ms. Veena Chavan, Dr. Kamini Khanna, Dr.Govind P.Shinde


  Micro Finance And Organic Farming

Mrs.Kavita Vijay Shinde


  Understanding the structure of Microfinance from the perspective of Make in India Campaign

Ms. Rajni Mathur, Ms. Priyeta Priyadarshini


  HRM Practices for the Sustainable growth of Microfinance Industry in India

Dr.Anjali Kalse, Dr.Mona Sinha, Mr.Neelesh Thakkar



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