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Case Studies of Social Entrepreneurs in Odisha

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84Prajna PaniESSENCE OF AND A MODEL FOR REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION, PEOPLE.International Journal of Social Sciences, Special Issue Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 622-642, ISSN 2454–5899© 2016 The author and GRDS Publishing, 14 Dec. 2016.
83S. Kameswar RaoMid – Day Meal Scheme in Gajapati District of OdishaJournal of Exclusive Management Science – June 2015 – Vol 4 Issue 6 – ISSN 2277 – 5684
82Abhaya MuduliIPO performance in India- A strategic ApproachSplint International Journal of Professionals, Vol-1, No-1, ISSN 2349-6045
81Prof. Mukti MishraVertically integrated skill development and vocational training for socioeconomically marginalised youth: The experience at Gram Tarang and Centurion University, IndiaPublished in UNESCO, May 2014
80Amir Prasad Behera and Prajna PaniCareer and emotional self-awareness: Micro initiatives for macro impactIndian Journal of Positive Psychology,  ISSN 2229-4937, Volume – 5 (2014), Issue- 2, pp.213-215
79Dr. Kshitish Kumar KhuntiaCurrent Economic Meltdown Affected Hotel Industry in India.Orissa Economic Journal.
78Dr. Kshitish Kumar KhuntiaStrategic Human Resource Management in Health Sector: A study on NRHM.Kushagra International Management Review.
77Dr. Kshitish Kumar KhuntiaHealth-care Facilities and Rural-Urban Migrants: An Urban Level Study in Odisha.SMVDU journal, J&K.
76Dr. Kshitish Kumar KhuntiaMigration and Urbanisation in Odisha in the context of Healthcare Accessibility.Orissa Economic Journal.
75Dr. Kshitish Kumar KhuntiaHealth Sector Governance and Public Health Infrastructure: A Study on Odisha.IPSAR Management Review.
74Dr. Kshitish Kumar KhuntiaTrend and Patterns of Sectoral Linkages in Odisha Economy.Orissa Economic Journal.
73Prof.Pooja Patnaik.Redefining Business the HR way- A birds eye view.International Management convention on business of being in business; New perspectives organized by ASBM, Bhubaneswar.
72Prof. Subhendu MishraMeasuring the achievement motivation of small Entrepreneurs of Gajapati district of Odisha. A reflection on the PMEGP program and Its Impact.National conference on dimensions of Public policy and Rural Development organized by MNNIT, Allahabad.
71Prof. Shiv Sankar DasRedefining Business the HR way- A birds eye view.International Management convention on business of being in business; New perspectives organized by ASBM, Bhubaneswar.
70Prof. Shiv Sankar DasCorporate Social Responsibility: Engagement of IT Infrastructure in Mobilizing Community.Special Paper on from 6th National Management Convention, Organised by KIIT School Of Management, “Parikalpana” ISSN 0974-2808, Volume-9 .
69Prof. Rabindra Kumar Mohanty MarketingManagement.B. K. Publication Pvt. Ltd. BBSR.
68Prof. Rabindra Kumar MohantyProduction and Operation Management.B.K Publication Pvt. Limited, BBSR.
67Prof. Prashant ChopdarGreen Marketing : An innovative step towards sustainable development.International Research Journal Of Commerce , Business And Social sciences ,vol-1.
66Prof. Prashant ChopdarPerceptual Mapping of different toothpaste brands :An empirical study in Bhubaneswar Market.South Asian Journal Of Marketing & Management Research ,vol-3.
65Prof. R. Pradeep Kumar PatnaikAn Innovative Step Towards Sustainable Development.Advances in Business, Management , engineering , Technology and Social Sciences.
64Prof. R. Pradeep Kumar PatnaikOmfed:A Pioneer Of Diary Products In The State Of Odisha.International Interdisciplinary Conference on Recent trends in Commerce , Management , engineering , Technology and Social Sciences.
63Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanThe Role of Community Service Provider for financial Inclusion in Khordha district of Odisha: An Assessment.The management Gospel, The Journal of Centre for Research and Development, June-2014.
62Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanAn analysis on role of education in the socio economic origin of an entrepreneur.The Alternative, Journal of BIT Meshra, Vol XIII.
61Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanCritical Analysis on Social & Educational Background of Entrepreneurs.Jamshedpur Research Review International Research Journal.
60Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanA Study on Perception of Students in Different B – Schools on Teaching Methods.IME Journal, Institute of Management Education, Sahibabad.
59Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanCredit Cooperatives: A Mile Away From Reality.GYANPRATHA – ACCMAN Journal of Management.
58Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanCustomers Expectation towards Odisha Gramya Bank (OGB) in Banking Scenario of Rural Odisha: A Study.International Inventive Multidisciplinary Journal (ISSN 2348-7135) March 2014 Issue.
57Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanA Game Changer for Rural Banking Scenario in Odisha.The Management Gospel – Vol. I, Year-II.
56Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanEmpowerment of Youth through Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSMEs): An Empirical Study.The Management Gospel, July 2012, Vol. 2.
55Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanStudent’s Perception about Case Study Method of Teaching: A Comparative study among MBA Students of KIIT University and Jadavpur University.International Journal of Business and Management Tomorrow, May 2012, Vol. 2.
54Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanA Critical Analysis of the Role, Importance and Implications of Case Study Methods of Teaching for MBA Students at School of Management, KIIT University.Parikalpana in KIIT Journal of Management, June – December 2012, Vol. 7.
53Dr. Prakash Kumar PradhanMicrofinance as a Tool for Poverty Reduction.International Journal of Contemporary Management and Research Application, March 2012, Vol.1, Issue II.
52Prof. Bhagabat BarikEmerging trends in insurance- A Study in Indian Life Insurance Industry.Abhinav National Monthly refereed Journal of Research in Commerce and Management.
51Prof. Bhagabat BarikCan the multinational private life insurer make a distinctive identity in the indian customers mind with a positive facet?An exploratory study.International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research,Volume 2.
50Prof. Bhagabat BarikUnderstsnding customer expectation is critical in professional education”- A descriptive study in Indian Scenario,Srusti Management Review.A bi annual journal of management & IT, Volume VI,Issue 1.
49Prof. Byomakesh DebataSix P’s of Talent Retention.Edited by Prof. R.K Pradhan (IIT Kgp.) and Dr. C.K. Poddar.
48Prof. Byomakesh DebataRisk Management: A Value at Risk Perspective.International Journal of Advances in Management, Technology & Engineering sciences, Vol-I.
47Prof. Byomakesh DebataFinancial Services: An epitome of emerging financial market.International Journal of Business, Management and Social sciences, Vol.-II.
46Prof. (Dr.) Prasanta Kumar MohantySupply Chain Management Practices and Scope for Bull Whip Effect in Indian Dry Grocery Business.The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. VIII, No. 4, December 2011.
45Prof. (Dr.) Prasanta Kumar MohantySupply Chain Management Practices and Scope for Bull Whip Effect in Indian Dry Grocery Business.The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. VIII, No. 4, December 2011.
44Prof. (Dr.) Prasanta Kumar MohantySupply Chain Management and Bull Whip Effect – A Conceptual Framework for Efficiency Improvement in Supply Chain.The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. IX, No. 3, September 2012.
43Prof. (Dr.) Prasanta Kumar MohantyBusiness Intelligence; An Intelligent tool to reduce Bullwhip effect in supply chain of Grocery products.Presented in International Conference on business Analytics conducted by Great lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, 22-23 December 2012 and published by Excel books.
42Prof. (Dr.) Prasanta Kumar MohantyAdoption of Supply Chain Management Strategies as Response to Bull Whip Effect: From the Perspective of Indian Retailers.The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management September 2013, Vol X, No-3. Pp 19-38.
41Prof. (Dr.) Smita Mishra PandaExploring Mobile Livelihoods among Tribal Communities in Odisha: Gendered Insights and Outcomes.Ranghild Lund, Kyoko Kusakabe, Smita Mishra Panda, Wang Yunxian (Eds), Gender, Mobilities and Livelihood Transformations: Comparing Indigenous People in China, India and Laos, Routledge, London.
40Prof. (Dr.) Smita Mishra PandaMobile livelihoods among ethnic minorities in China: insights from Yunnan.Norwegian Journal of Geography.
39Prof. (Dr.) Smita Mishra PandaGender, Mobility and Citizenship Rights among Tribals of Khurda and Sundargarh, Odisha.Gender Technology and Development, 17(2), 105-129, Sage.
38Prof. (Dr.) Smita Mishra PandaEnvironmental Insecurity and Social Friction in Rural Odisha.International Journal of Rural Management, 9 (1): 17-45, Sage.
37Prof. (Dr.) Smita Mishra PandaGender Mobilities and Livelihood Transformations: Comparing Indigenous People in China, India and Laos.Routledge, London (2013).
36Prof. (Dr.) Smita Mishra PandaRight to Rights: Adivasi Women in the Context of Not-So-Silent Revolution in Odisha, IndiaC. Brun, P. Blakie & M. Jones (Eds), Unravelling Marginalisation, Voicing Change, Alternative Visions and Paths of Development. Ashgate Publishing Ltd: England (UK).
35Prof. (Dr.) Haribandhu PandaEnvironmental Insecurity and Social Friction: Links in Rural OdishaInternational Journal of Rural Management.
34Dr. Susant PatnaikFigure of Speech in R.K.Narayan’s The Bachelor of Arts: A Stylistic ApproachThe Criterion: An international journal in English Vol.5, Issue.2 (April 2014)
33Dr. Susant PatnaikSustainable Leadership: A key to sustainable future in Indian organizationsGlobal journal for Research Analysis”- an international journal. Vol.III , Issue-II (February,2014),p.96-97(Impact Factor-1.5408)
32Mr. Amir Prasad Behera & Dr. Prajna PaniReview of Emotional Intelligence: Connecting EI to CommunicationVol. 4, No. 2, ISSN 2249-7307, Asian Research Consortium, Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management, February 2014
31Mr.Kalyan Chakravarthy ParleEmployee Engagement in a research book by Himalaya Publications with ISBN: 978-93-5097-124-6Mar 2013.  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
30Mr.Kalyan Chakravarthy ParleQuality of Work Life – Empirical findings from selected engineering colleges in the state of Orissa, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Management Studies by ZIRAF ( Zenith International Research Academic Foundation) with online ISSN: 2249-8834Jan.     2013  Vol.-3  Issue No. 1  113-122
29Dr.Susanta Kumar PatnaikFantasy and Reality : A glimpse on R.K.Narayan’s The Guide and The Bachelor of Arts(ISSN-2319-4952 (Print),Witzcraft Publications Pvt.Ltd., Solapur)2013  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
28Dr.Susanta Kumar PatnaikTEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH IN THE AGE OF GLOBALISATION, ISBN No. 978-93-5067-915-92012  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
27Mr. Amir Prasad Behera & Dr. Prajna PaniExploring the Self through Assertive Communication, 21st Century Learners: Learning Styles and Strategies, Proceedings of the 8th International & 44th Annual ETAI Conference, 18-20 July 2013, ISBN: 978-81-908397-9-2, Dept. of English and Foreign Languages, SRM University, Chennai: Green Pearl Publications Private Limited.2013  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1  pp. 17-20.
26Dr. Prajna PaniStrategic Communication through Human Performance Technology, Soft Skills: Key to Excellence, First Edition, ISBN: 978-81-8220-319-8, Global Vision Publishing House, INDIA.2010  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1  508-12
25Dr. Prajna PaniEmotional Intelligence: Learning to Unlearn, Journal of English Language Teaching India, [email protected], ISSN 0973-5208.July-Aug.  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
24Dr. Prajna PaniStructuring Access to Global English: A Shift to Wirearchy, Teaching of English in India Today, A New Perspective, ISBN 978-93-5067-915-9.2012  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1  pp. 46-49.
23Dr. Prajna PaniEmotional Intelligence at Workplace, ELTI Journal, IASE, Rajasthan Bikaner, ISSN 2250 -317X.Sept. 2012  Vol.-8  Issue No. 1  pp. 73-76
22Dr. Prajna PaniTranscending Inexorable Moments and Bringing EI to Work, TECHNOINSIGHT, a National Journal published by Rajiv Gandhi Forum, Orissa, affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi, ISSN0975 – 4946.Aug. 2012  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
21Dr. Prajna PaniCommunication Unbound – Coming to Know the Unknown: An Attitudinal Response, International Journal, and Language in India, ISSN 1930-2940.Oct.  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
20Dr. Prajna PaniHeard and Unheard Voice in Human Discourse, The Criterion: An International Journal in English.Dec. 2011  Vol.-2  Issue No. 4  41645
19Dr. Prajna PaniMalady of the Modern Mind and Eliotian Metamorphosis, Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, ISSN: 2250-1665.Dec. 2012  Vol.-2  Issue No. 11  pp.89-97
18Dr. Prajna PaniHuman Fallibility, Communication and Error Management, The Criterion: An International Journal in English, ISSN (0976-8165).Dec. 2012  Vol.-3  Issue No. 4  41645
17Dr. Prajna PaniREFLECTIONS ON THE EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY IN T.S ELIOT’S POETRY, Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, Cosmos Publishing Cooperative, Australia, ISSN 1832-9101.2013  Vol.-9  Issue No. 1  301-316
16Dr. Prajna PaniMETAPHORS OF MEMORY IN T.S ELIOT’S POETRY, Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, ISSN: 2250-1665, Asian Research Consortium.Sept. 2013  Vol.-3  Issue No. 9  pp. 34-43
15Dr. Anita Patra “Women Initiatives in Rural India” in the National Level Conference on Rejuvenating SHGs at Centurion School of Rural Enterprise Management published in the “Resource Book”.Apr 2009.  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
14Dr. Anita PatraWomen Entrepreneurship in Rural India, published in the Souvenir, national seminar on Entrepreneurship at Berhampur UniversityApr 2009.  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
13Dr. Anita PatraBanking Service in India: A Perceptional Analysis of Customers published in Research Journal of Berhampur University, ISSN 2250-1681.2011  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
12Dr. Anita PatraService Quality In Private Banks: An Assessment Based On Servqual Measures published in the International Journal of Research in Computer Application and Management, ISSN 2231-1009July 2011.  Vol.-1  Issue No. 1
11Dr. Anita PatraMicro Credit through Self Help Groups: A Study of the Socio Economic Benefits to the Rural Women, is published in Indian Journal of Research, ISSN 2231-6655.July-Dec-2012  Vol.-2  Issue No. 2.
10Dr.Anita PatraMicro Credit through Self Help Groups: A Study of the Socio Economic Benefits to the Rural WomenEmerging India in Global Scenario, ISBN 978-93-80697-81-9, Edited by Sonu Gupta, Prakash Chawla, Sandhya Harkawat, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, 2011.
9Dr.Anita PatraWomen Entrepreneurship: To the Extent Developed in Rural India-Some Case Studiesthe Journal SURVEY ISSN: 0586 – 0008, by Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management, Kolkata
8Dr.Anita PatraMicrofinance- Self Help Groupsthe Journal STRATEGY with ISSN 0973-2977, in 2009.
7Mr.M.RejiSocial Capital and DevelopmentIndian Journal of Public Administration, LV (2): 197-297
6Mr.M.RejiImpact of Microfinance: Study of Neighbourhood Groups (NHGs) in Nilambur Block of Malappuram DistrictIndian Journal of Agriculture Economics, 64(2): 246-258
5Mr.M.RejiWhat Makes Self Help Groups (SHGs) Successful? Journal of Rural DevelopmentNational Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.
4Mr.M.RejiMicrofinance and Women Empowerment: A General Framework for Assessing Women EmpowermentIndian Journal of Social Work ,70(4): 557-570
3Mr.M.RejiRural Livelihood Promotion through MicroenterprisesOrissa Management Review, 1(1):
2Mr.M.RejiWomen Empowerment through Microfinance: Evidence from Field StudyJournal of Rural Development, National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad
Mr.M.Reji, Mr.A Madan
Skill Building and Employability Training of Young People in IndiaEnterprise Development and Microfinance, Practical Action Publishing, UK.

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