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1. SILVER COMMODITY TRADING IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF KARVY COMTRADE LTD., HYDERABAD DR. A. R. ARYASRI & G. KRISHNA 2. A STUDY OF FLUCTUATIONS OF FORWARD TRANSACTIONS ON SELECTED COMMODITY PRICES WITH REFERENCE TO YEAR 2001-2010 DR. RAJESHRI DESAI, DR. ABHA SINGH & ANKITA PANDEY 3. A STUDY ON ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO IMPETUS PRIVATE LIMITED, INDORE AKSHATA SHARMA, MEENAL GUPTA & ANAND TRIVEDI 4. GREEN MARKETING: A HOLISTIC VIEW AND CASE STUDY OF ONGC BHAWNA PAL & CHARU SARIN 5. A STUDY ON PRE-PURCHASE BEHAVIOR OF PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMERS WITH RESPECT TO ENTRY LEVEL CARS OF AHMEDABAD CITY KALPESH B. PRAJAPATI & REVATI C. DESHPANDE 6. AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT BANKING FUNCTIONS AND ITS SERVICES AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS S. PRASANNAKUMAR & S. RAJKUMAR 7. IMPACT OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ON FIRM’S…...

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