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R Jayaprakash Reddy

Published by APH, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176486264 ISBN 13: 9788176486262

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. 1. Discuss the significance of labour legislation and explain its principles. 2. Explain the role of state in labour management relations. 3. Legislation alone cannot solve the problem of labour unrest in India comment. 4. Write about various causes and consequences of industrial disputes. 5. Explain the term industrial dispute according to the industrial disputes act. What is the scope of the term industry in the act. 6. What are the various authorities under the Industrial Disputes Act which help to settle industrial disputes. 7. What are the penalties for illegal strikes and lockouts under the Industrial Disputes Act. When are strikes and lockouts considered to be illegal. 8. What are the matters to be provided for in the standing orders under the Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act 1946. 9. Enumerate provisions of the Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act 1946 relating to duration and modification of standing orders. 10. Discuss the history of trade union movement in India. 11. Define the term Trade Union. What are the conditions to be satisfied to get a trade union registered. 12. What are the privileges rights and statutory obligation of a registered Trade Union. How far they have contributed towards the development of trade union movement in the country. 13. Discuss the provisions of the factories act which have been enacted for the protection of health of the workers. 14. The keystone of the factories act is safety first and safety last comment. Describe the various statutory measures to be followed in this respect. 15. Explain the provisions of the factories act relating to the welfare of the workers. 16. Comment on the capacity of the industry to pay argument infixing minimum wages. What should be regarded as a fair wage or a living wage. 17. State the rules with regard to the time of payment of wages and different kinds of deductions as per the payment of wages act 1936. 18. What is the procedure for fixing minimum wages. Explain the provisions relating to the composition of advisory board and central advisory board. 19. Describe the scope and extent of the payment of Bonus Act 1965 and discuss the provision of the act regarding the determination of bonus. 20. Enumerate persons who subject to the provisions of section 2(1) are included in the definition of workmen. 21. Explain fully the expression arising out of and in the course of employment as used in the Workmen's Compensation Act 1923. 22. Discuss the provisions relating to Benefits under employees State Insurance Act 1948 (Sec. 46 to 58). II. 1. National tribunals. 2. Illegal strikes and lockouts. 3. Lay off and lock out. 4. Lock out and closure. 5. Registration and recognition of trade unions. 6. Union rivalry. 7. Workmen's compensation in case of insolvency of employer. 8. Restrictions on employment of women. 9. Effect of rationalisation on employment labour decision. Labour legislation deals the group of legislations relating to employment non employment wages working conditions industrial relations social security and labour welfare of workers working in industries. This book covers important legislations relating to labour from 1923 to 1965. The Workmen's Compensation Act 1923 Trade Unions Act 1926 The Payment of Wages Act 1936 Industrial Disputes Act 1947 The Minimum Wages Act 1948 etc. are covered in this book. Further some recent decisions on the compensation Act Employees State Insurance Act 1948 Industrial Disputes Act etc. are also given at the end of the book to enrich the students with the latest developments. In this book 22 essay questions and 9 short questions are answered to cover various acts given in the syllabus. For easy understanding simple English is used without compromising on the quality front. 95 pp. Seller Inventory # 53048

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R Jayaprakash Reddy

Published by APH, Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176486221 ISBN 13: 9788176486224

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About this Item: APH, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Explain the meaning scope and significance of organisational behaviour. 2. Critically examine classical neoclassical and modern theories of organisation. 3. Discuss the nature of perception and examine the factors influencing perceptual selectivity. 4. What is learning. Give the theories of learning. 5. Opinions of people at work are called values and attitudes discuss. 6. Define personality. How personality is developed. 7. Why do people form into groups and explain the group development. 8. What is a conflict. What are the reasons for organisational conflict and how to manage them. 9. Are organisational changes inevitable. Give the forces responsible for organizational change. 10. Elucidate the characteristics of organizational culture. Explain its functions advantages and limitations. 11. What is meant by organisation development. What are its positive outcomes and implementation issues. 12. Write about transactional analysis and transactional analysis proper. 13. Discuss the significance of industrial relations and differentiate between industrial relations and human relations. 14. Examine the growth and development of trade union movement in India. 15. Explain the pre requisites and principles successful collective bargaining. 16. Do you think that the ideology of workers participation in management has been achieved its objectives. Examine its functioning in Indian industries. 17. What are the causes and consequences of industrial conflicts and explain various preventive and settlement machinery of industrial disputes available in India. 18. Why do wage differential arise. What are the various types of wage differentials and explain the role of wage boards. 19. Critically examine the objectives of National Wage Policy. How the wage policy taken shape through Five Year Plans. 20. Discuss the influences of ILO on Indian Labour. Index. In an industrial environment both organisational behaviour and industrial relations play significant role. The book you are holding covers both these aspects. Organisational behaviour covers individual and group dynamics organisational conflict organisational change organisational culture and climate and organisational development. Industrial relations on the other hand includes organisations significance trade union movement collective bargaining workers participation in management industrial disputes wage policy in India and ILO. The book is in question and answer model covering the requisite syllabus. Herein 12 questions in organisational behaviour and 8 questions in industrial relations are answered. In every answer sufficient care has been taken to include the subject comprehensively and put in simple English. 113 pp. Seller Inventory # 52070

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Published by APH, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176486280 ISBN 13: 9788176486286

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Welfare of the labour is considered to be the key factor in the growth and development of any industry. The book in your hand gives detailed information on different fronts of labour welfare. It covers historical perspectives of labour welfare welfare services industrial housing industrial safety workers education and financing of welfare services. The book is in ready made question and answer format with 15 detailed and 11 short answers. For students who do not have enough time and want to get reasonably good grip over the subject can go through this material. The on the point method of answering the questions the simple standard of language and the correct selection of questions help the students to face the examinations successfully. 102 pp. Seller Inventory # 52124

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R Jayaprakash Reddy

Published by APH (2012)

ISBN 10: 8176486248 ISBN 13: 9788176486248

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About this Item: APH, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. This book dwells upon the psychological aspects of the organisation and its structure. Students studying this paper can rely on this material for an understanding of the concepts. It covers various aspects of industrial psychology like historical development individual psychology job analysis work environment job satisfaction and morale of employees. In this book 20 theory questions and 4 short questions are answered covering the syllabus given. Enough care has been taken to deal with all the relevant areas and concepts of the subject. Further students after going through the book will get confidence to face the examinations. 114 pp. Seller Inventory # 52359

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Published by APH, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176486744 ISBN 13: 9788176486743

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Job order costing. 2. Contract costing. 3. By products. 4. Joint products. 5. Unit or output costing. 6. Operating costing. 7. Price based costing. 8. Process costing. 9. Equivalent output. 10. Cost reduction. 11. Cost control. 12. Uniform control. 13. Cost audit. 14. Variable cost. 15. Break even point. 16. P/V Ratio. 17. Margin of safety. 18. Current assets. 19. Working capital. 20. Current ratio. 21. Debt equity ratio. 22. Acid test ratio. II. 1. What are the features of processes costing. 2. Distinguish between job costing and process costing. 3. What do you mean by equivalent production/output. 4. Explain the concept of value analysis as a technique of cost reduction. 5. What is zero base budgeting. Explain its advantages. 6. Define standard costing explain its. 7. How are various labour variances calculated. 8. How different Sales variances are calculated. 9. Explain the methods of disposition of variances. III. 1. Differentiate between cost reduction and cost control. What are the major areas in which cost reduction is usually possible. 2. Reporting is an essential means for cost control comment. 3. Define uniform costing. Explain its objectives and advantages. 4. Cost audit is a necessity and not a luxury discuss. 5. What is management audit. Explain its objectives and scope. How a management audit is conducted. 6. What is budgetary control. Explain the measures to be takes to introduce budgetary control along with its advantages and limitations. 7. Briefly explain various types of budgets. 8. How would better budgetary control practices makes enterprises show performance. Discuss. 9. Discuss how break even analysis is helpful to the top management. 10. What is variance. How material variances are calculated. 11. What is a funds flow statement. How is it prepared. 12. How does ratio technique helps in financial analysis. Problems 1. Job order costing. 2. Contract costing. 3. Process costing. 4. Operating costing. 5. Budgetary control. 6. Marginal costing. 7. Standard costing. 8. Funds flow. 9. Ratio analysis. This is a book combining cost accounting and management accounting. In this book important chapters of cost accounting and some chapters of management accounting are covered. As whole it covers cost finding methods cost reduction cost control cost audit budgetary control funds flow and ratio analysis. In this book the syllabus is discussed in question and answer model. 9 short and 12 essay type questions are answered to cover the requisite syllabus comprehensively. Some 15 very short answers are also identified in short and essay type answers. Further 21 problems in different areas are solved to provide in depth knowledge about problems. Students after going through the book would have an elaborate insight into the subject covered. 134 pp. Seller Inventory # 53047

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Published by APH, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176486426 ISBN 13: 9788176486422

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Bring out clearly the interdependence of agriculture and industry. 2. What are the various characteristics of under developed countries. 3. What are the factors inhibiting industrialisation in developing countries. 4. What is an Optimum Firm. Explain the forces that determine the size of the firm. 5. Explain the theory of Weber's location. 6. How Sargent Florence theory is better than Weber's theory. 7. What is money market. What are its features. Explain the limitations of Indian money market. 8. What do you mean by capital market. How does it help industrial development of a country. 9. Define stock exchange. Explain its functions and services. 10. What do you know about Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act 1956. 11. What do you know about various industrial policies. How these are helping in industrializing the country. 12. Explain the role of industrial licensing policy for the industrial development of India since independence. 13. Discuss the effectiveness of various steps taken to remove concentration of economic power. 14. Critically examine the salient features of MRTP Act. 15. Discuss the role of foreign capital in national economic development. 16. Write about government policy on foreign collaboration agreements. 17. How to attract non resident investments. Explain. 18. Who is an entrepreneur. Explain various theories of entrepreneurship. 19. What are the various programmes and policies for promoting industrial entrepreneurship. discuss. 20. Define joint sector. Give the advantages and government policy of this sector. 21. Explain the concept and functions of entrepreneurship. 22. Bring out the importance of entrepreneurship in economic development. 23. What are the risks involved with entrepreneurship. The book is in question and answer pattern. 23 essay type questions are answered covering introduction to industrialisation interdependence of industrial location joint sector stock exchanges industrial policies industrial licensing policy and entrepreneurship and economic development. The answers are given in simple language and latest developments can be seen regarding industrial policies MRTP Act etc. The questions in this book are selected in such a way that their answers cover the total syllabus given. Further the questions are also arranged in the sequential manner for convenience of the students. 112 pp. Seller Inventory # 53067

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R. Jayaprakash Reddy

Published by A.P.H. Publishing Corp. (2011)

ISBN 10: 8176486728 ISBN 13: 9788176486729

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About this Item: A.P.H. Publishing Corp., 2011. Contents 1 Define social research What are its objectives Describe the steps involved in the scientific method of social research 2 What are the characteristics of a good workable hypothesis State the utility and importance of hypothesis in the research process 3 Explain briefly the various methods of research 4 How do you select a research problem What are the components conditions and resources in formulating a research problem 5 How can you utilize a good library for your research project 6 Discuss the relative merits of participant and non-participant observations 7 Critically examine the interviews as a method of data collection 8 What are the advantages and disadvantages possessed by questionnaire method 9 What do you mean by good sampling Explain briefly various sampling techniques used in data collection10 Describe in brief the different scales used for measuring attitudes of people pointing out the merits and demerits of each 11 It is necessary to arrange the material in some kind of concise and logical order discuss 12 Explain the importance of analysis in research 13 Why interpretation of data is considered as a distinct operation in preparing the report 14 Is presentation of data requires special skill Discuss 15 Research reports are the products of slow painstaking accurate inductive work-comment on this statement and describe the layout design of a research project II Research design EditingThis book helps a lot for those who are interested in doing research after their post graduation or in their job irrespective of their discipline of studyjob It consists of all dimensions of methodology in research starting from its meaning to composing a research reportThe book covers all relevant aspects or research methodology including hypotheses design identification of problem planning and organisation of research collection of data techniques of data analysis data processing interpretation and presentation of data finally reporting the researchThe book is in a question and answer model There are 15 essay questions ad 2 short questions covering all the required questions for the fresh researchers whose first step in research is understanding the methodology of research This book is highly useful to researchers planning their MPhil and PhD Degrees 78 pp. Seller Inventory # 91043

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ISBN 10: 8176486760 ISBN 13: 9788176486767

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About this Item: APH, 2012. Reprint. Contents Preface 1 The tendency of the employer for quick returns paves the way for the emergence of labour problems Discuss 2 Assess the role of labour in the economic development of India 3 What is meant by absenteeism What are its causes How can it be controlled 4 High rate of labour turnover badly affects the functioning of any organisation in many respects Identify the causes and effects and suggest methods of reducing labour turnover 5 Discuss the history of Trade Union Movement in India 6 Examine various theories of Trade Unionism or What is Robert H Hoxies approach to Trade Unionism Critically evaluate Hoxies theory of Trade Unionism or Mahatma Gandhis philosophy on trade unionism if accepted would make Karl Marx approach to trade unionism redundant Do you agree Give reasons 7 Describe the functions of Trade Unions in India 8 Explain the role of Trade Unions in economic development 9 Discuss the measures initiated towards the social security of industrial labour in India Are they adequate 10 Explain the concept of exploitation of labour Account for the extent and causes of exploitation of labour in India 11 Why do wage differential arise What are the various types of wage differentials And explain the role of wage boards 12 Define and describe minimum wage fair wage and living wage 13 Critically examine the objectives of National Wage Policy How the wage policy taken shape through Five Year Plans 14 Explain the prerequisites and principle of successful collective bargaining 15 Write about various causes and consequences of industrial disputes 16 Examine the recommendations of National Commission on Labour NCL on the wage policy 17 What is the procedure for fixing minimum wages Explain the provisions relating to the composition of Advisory Board and Central Advisory Board 18 Evaluate the influence of ILO conventions and recommendations on labour legislation and labour policy in India 19 Explain the causes and consequences of slums What steps have been taken by the government to solve the problem of slums in India 20 Do you think that the ideology of worker participation in management has been achieved its objectives Examine its functioning in Indian industriesLabour and its problems have been a subject of perennial interest for managers It widely covers labour problems trade unions theories of wage determination industrial relations wage policy ILO and causes and consequences of slums in IndiaThis book is in a question and answer model It consists of 20 essay questions covering the usual syllabus prescribed for the course This format helps the students prepare easily for the examinations as well jacket 86 pp. Seller Inventory # 100162

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