Pacific B usiness R eview I nternational

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management Indexed With Web of Science(ESCI)
ISSN: 0974-438X
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Editorial Board

Prof. Mahima Birla
(Editor in Chief)

Dr. Khushbu Agarwal
(Editor)

Dr. Asha Galundia
(Circulation Manager)

Editorial Team

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management
April 2021



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Name : Spreading of Covid-19 on Human Populace
Author : Dr. Subrata Roy, Mr. Avneesh Kumar
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The present study tries to examine the impact COVID-19 pandemic on world population and thus, daily data on COVID-19 cases, time, death, recovery and active cases are considered and obtained from the official websites of UN and WHO over a period from 22nd January 2020 to 24th May 2020. The study employs three non-linear regression equations and the results are varied according to the model. It is observed that log-log regression equation is the appropriate model to capture the time series data based on R2. The slope coefficients of the double model are positive and statistically significant. All the slope coefficients positively influence the spread of COVID-19 in world population.
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Name : Demystifying the Impact of E- Commerce on Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in India
Author : Dr. Vijay Prakash Gupta
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E-commerce is refers to online business or internet commerce. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are said to be the backbone and engine of India’s economy to accelerate growth and economic development because SMEs are one of the important sectors which is having a major contribution to job-creating and poverty reduction by empowering the bottom of the pyramid.
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Name : Doctoral Students’ Satisfaction Scale Development and Validation for Technical Institution in India
Author : Loitongbam Athouba Meetei,Kelvin Mutum
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The present study makes an attempt to develop a scale of satisfaction for the doctoral students studying in technical institute of India. An offline questionnaire survey was conducted on 300 full-time Ph.D. scholars studying Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Humanities & Management in NIT Silchar and NIT Agartala. The scale constitutes four factors (i.e., guide & department support, reason for doing Ph.D., stress & lack of motivation and insecurity) explained 35.68 percent of the total variance and each factor explains important parts of the total variance. Using confirmatory factor analysis goodness of fit criteria, the validity of the model was assessed.
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Name : The Impact of Online Shopping on the Quality of Life of Women in Purulia Municipality, West Bengal, India
Author : Krishna Mallick, Dr. Shovan Ghosh
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A stable and faster internet facility has witnessed fundamental changes in human behavior and quality of life. The Internet is a powerful tool for doing the online shopping. Women are shopping- friendly from traditional time to modern times. Recently, Online shopping has been accepted as more economic and convenient approach of shopping in comparison to traditional shopping. In a small urban town, where the introduction of internet facility is just a decade older and online shopping dates back to only five years, the satisfaction and increasing rate of shopping online might be a matter of research. In this study a questionnaire survey has been conducted within three age groups of 100 female shoppers and the younger women population has been found to be more convenient to online shopping in Purulia municipality area.
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Name : Impact of Green HRM Practices on Employees’ Behavior in IT Sector
Author : Nidhi Sharma, Dr. Bhanupriya Khatri, Ashwani Kumar Attri
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Purpose - Business communities are becoming more conscious of the importance of environmental problems, according to recent reports. Green human resource management has become a crucial business practice for businesses because the human resource department would play a vital role in being "green." This research examines an integrative model that takes into account the direct impact of GHRM practices on employees’ behavior (in- role and out-role behavior).
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Name : Flow Dıagram Desıgn in Problem Solutıon: Sample of Authorization Process for Cabin Services
Author : Firdevs Didem GÖÇMEN
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Increase in stakeholder expectations and increasingly complex organizational structures encourage managers to use more systematic and scientific methods for problem solving in decision-making processes. Professional authorization for managers of aviation education institutions is an important element in providing qualified human resources, which is the biggest expectation of the sector stakeholders. The complex structure of the authorization process created in line with the instructions of the national and international aviation authorities and its close relationship with frequently renewed legislation confronts managers with problems in process management. Flow diagrams are a managerial problem-solving technique that enables activities to be defined and structured and developed. In this study, the design of the cabin crew basic training authorization work flow diagram, which is not yet available in the literature, has been designed by making use of expert opinions and experiences under the guidance of legislation.
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Name : Impact of Learning Virtual Reality on Enhancing Employability of Indian Engineering Graduates
Author : A Shreenath, Dr. S Manjunath
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Rapid proliferation of technology during the last two decades has resulted in major changes in the nature of work. Further, the networking and automation of processes in the era of Industry 4.0 have necessitated the deployment of machines to perform routine and repetitive tasks which were earlier being handled by humans. Process automation and computerization have not only resulted in the loss of various jobs, but have also created new jobs which are technology-oriented and require relevant skills. This change in the job scenario has placed a great stress on the engineering students at undergraduate level to learn new skills in order to ensure their employability. Apart from learning contemporary technologies, the students need to possess non-cognitive skills, which will help them to deliver the demands posed by the current job challenges. The paper studies the impact of learning one such technology – Virtual Reality, on enhancing the employability of undergraduate engineering students in India.
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Name : Empirical Analysis of Investors Sentiments of KSE Stocks; the role of volatility in the investor sentiments in the Stock Market: A Case of Karachi Stock Exchange
Author : Yasir Mehmood, Dr. Muhammad Majid Mahmood Bagram, Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmed Malik
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Objective Financial models and theories portray the frame work for an individual investor regarding the investment. As the behavioural finance and its modelling with the conventional financial modelling are the emerging problems for the researchers that how they link the two different avenues that make possible for the investor to reduce the risk and maximize the return.
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Name : Relationship of the Positive Psychological Capital and Organizational Justice Perception: Comparison of Turkey and Kosovo
Author : Ensar Selman Karagüzel, Mehmet Bağış
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This study analyzes the effect of positive psychological capital on organizational justice. The research was conducted with quantitative research methods, and the research data were collected from Turkey and Kosovo. In the analysis of research data, t-test, regression analysis, and multiple regression analysis were used. Research findings show that there were statistically significant differences in positive psychological capital and organizational justice perceptions between the participants living in Kosovo and Turkey. Moreover, research findings indicated that positive psychological capital affected organizational justice perception.
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Name : Relation between PACS and GSDP (Agriculture and Allied Activities): Study from Five States of India
Author : Dr. Disha Pathak, Dr. Sweety Shah
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Indian economy is basically dependent on agriculture since decades. Agriculture sector in India contributes 16 percent to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and offers 50 percent employment in countries workforce (Union Budget 2018-19).There is a paradigm shift in this sector from informal sector to formal sector for financial requirement.Formal sector includes commercial banks, micro-finance institutes and co-operative credit societies. This study has focused on analyzing the growth of Primary Agriculture Credit Societies (PACS) for the selected five states of India from 2002-03 to 2017-18. Current study has analyzed impact of PACS on Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) for the study period. The study result shows that there was moderate growth in number of PACS in India.
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Name : Gamification: Ushering the Way to Workplace Happiness Via Discretionary Effort
Author : Rituparna Roy, Anirban Kumar Das, Dr.Juthika Konwar
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As we are in the midst of a major transformation in the workplace, employers face an increasingly dynamic, technologically-enabled global workplace. These days business issues are even more complex than the ones faced previously and entail more comprehensive solutions. An organization that will try hard to attract and retain superlative talent, there are innumerable forces at play that are dramatically impacting the workplace and the employee experience. Previously organization has presumed that they can create a place where they assumed people needed to work there and are now comprehending that they must create a place where people want to work. From mere employees and resources, employers began embracing the attitude that they ought to elevate the employee experience and make it a priority.
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