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VOLUME 12 ISSUE 2 2020-SP

 

 

1. AN EXPLORATIVE ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF MSMEs IN TAMILNADU
    Dr. L. Leo Franklin; JJ College of Arts and Science (Autonomous), Pudukkottai, (Affiliated to Bharathidasan University)

    Page No:1-9

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346772

 

2. RECENT PERFORMANCES AND GROWTH STATUS OF MSME’s IN INDIA
    Dr. S. Chandrasekaran, Sri. M. Narayanan; Vivekananda College, Tiruvedakam west, Madurai – 625234.

    Page No:10-17

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346773

 

3. Empowering Rural Women through Micro Enterprises
    Dr. M. JULIAS CEASAR; St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Tiruchirappalli. Tamilnadu. 

    Page No:18-27

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346774

 

4. MSMEs AND THE INDIAN ECONOMY
    Dr. G. John, M.Anju Mariam John; St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli

    Page No:28-39

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346775

 

5. ROLE OF MSME’s IN INDIA - A SPECIAL REFERENCE ON COIR INDUSTRY
    Dr. B. RAJA, Mr. V.SAKTHI; Vivekananda College,Tiruvedakam-625 234

    Page No:40-46

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346776

 

6. Contribution of MSMEs in Indian Economy-A Critical Evaluation
    Dr.G.Vincent; CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru

    Page No:47-53

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346777

 

7. MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN INDIA
    Dr. K. Yasmin; The Quaide Milleth College for Men, Medavakkam, Chennai - 600100

    Page No:54-58

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346778

 

8. ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM TOURISM OPERATION ENTERPRISES IN KERALA
    SAJAN N THOMAS; Maarian College (Autonomous) Kuttikannam, Idukki District, Kerala.
    Dr. M. JULIAS CEASAR; St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Tiruchirappalli. Tamilnadu.

    Page No:59-65 

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346779

 

9. ERADICATING POVERTY THROUGH MICRO, SMALL, AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES: AN EMPIRICAL EXPLORATION
    Mrs. S.JAYANTHI, Dr.P. SOUNDARARAJAN; Urumu Dhanalakshmi College, Tiruchirappalli- 620019, Tamil Nadu.

    Page No:66-74

    DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346780

 

10. MSMES AND GANDHIAN APPROACH TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT
      Dr. M. Senthil kumar; Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Villupuram. 605 602

      Page No:75-80

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346781

 

11. ON-SITE WORKING ENVIRONMENT ABOUT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS IN TIRUNELVELI DISTRICT
      B. Gayathri, R. Ezhil Jasmine; Rani Anna Govt College for Women, Tirunelveli – 8

      Page No:81-89

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346782

 

12. CONTRIBUTION OF MSMEs ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF INDIA
      Dr.R.Shanthi, Dr. T. Banupriya; Annamalai University (Deputed To D.G.Government Arts College (W), Mayiladuthurai.

      Page No:90-94

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346783

 

13. GOVERNMENT SCHEMES FOR MSME’S
      Bowjiya Banu. A; St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No:95-101

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346784

 

14. A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON STATUS OF MSMEs IN INDIA
      S.JAYAHARINI; St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No:102-109

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346785

 

15. Role and Importance of Entrepreneurship Development in Rural Area
      Dr. Renuka E. Walunj, Dr. R.Nithya; Sinhgad College of Science, Pune

      Page No:110-114

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346786

 

16. ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG DAIRY FARMERS IN THENI DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU
      T. UVARANI; Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai
      DR.J.FREDRICK; NMSSVN College Madurai

      Page No:115-121

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346787

 

17. “IMPACT OF ECONOMIC RECESSION AMONG UNORGANIZED SECTOR AT CHENNAI CITY”
      K.Malarventhan, Dr.J.Suresh; Christ College of Arts and Science, Kilachery

      Page No:122-128

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346788

 

18. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in the Growth of Indian Economy 
      Dr. S. Thamilarasan, Dr. C. Selvarani; Kunthavai Naachiyaar Govt. Arts College, Thanjavur

      Page No:129-135

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346789

 

19. PROBLEMS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN ARIYALUR DISTRICT
      Dr. S.BALARAJ; Govt Arts College, Ariyalur.

      Page No:136-140

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346790

 

20. A Study on Consumer satisfaction level towards Indian Post Payment Bank Services Special Reference to Madurai City
      Dr. S. Pasupathi, P. Murugan; Vivekananda College, Tiruvedakam West

      Page No:141-149

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346791

 

21. ROLE OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES(MSMEs) IN INDIA
      Dr.S.Chandrasekaran, Mr.M.Mohan; Vivekananda College, Tiruvedakam West- 625234.

      Page No:150-154

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346792

 

22. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise and their contribution to Socio – Economic Growth of India
      A.Suresh Kumar; Christ College, Kilachery, Thiruvallur

      Page No:155-161

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346793

 

23. WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUMENTERPRISES (MSME) IN KANCHIPURAM AND

      THIRUVALLUR DISTRICTS
      R.santhiya, K.Merina Rosline; Christ College of arts and science, Kilachery, Thiruvallur district

      Page No:162-167

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346794

 

24. The inherent capacity for growth of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises: Constraints, Challenges and Solutions .
      Dr.T.Joseph Rex; St. Joseph’s college, Trichy -2

      Page No:168-171

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346795

 

25. MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMEs) IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND ISSUES IN THE CURRENT SCENARIO
      KOUSALYA K; St.Joseph‟s College (Autonomous) Tiruchirappalli

      Page No:172-179

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346796

 

26. MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES AS PLATFORMS FOR STIMULATING LEADERSHIP ROLES FOR WOMEN

      ENTREPRENEURS
      Arul Pravin Kumar, Arockia Rajasekar; St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Affiliated to Bharathidasan University Tiruchirappalli

      Page No:180-186

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346797

 

27. START-UPS THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS – A REVIEW IN INDIA
      Dr. A. Sahayaraj Alexander, Dr. S. Arumugam; St Joseph‟s College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli

      Page No:187-194

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346798

 

28. THE LEVEL OF AWARENESS ON MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMEs) AMONG THE ENTREPRENEURS IN

      TIRUCHIRAPPALLI CITY
      Dr. J. Vinoth Kumar; St. Joseph‟s College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No:195-206

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346799

 

29. A study on the issues & Challenges of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
      S. Micheal Naveen Kumar; St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli.

      Page No:207-211

      DOI:18.0002.IJAEMA.2020.V12I2.200001.346800