Publications

Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2017

Journal Article

Pravitha N. R. and Indrajith, “A study on factors influencing team effectiveness in a resort environment”, International Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 6, no. 6, 2017.[Abstract]


The effectiveness of teams in carrying out organizational goals is of primary importance to management. In the hotel, tourism, and hospitality industry, effectiveness is directly proportional to customer satisfaction and business protability. To this end, this paper focuses on factors affecting team effectiveness with special regard to age, experience, competency, freedom of expression, and higher management appreciation, among others. Key ndings with reference to a Resort and Spa organization include lack of adequate correlation between age of employees and competency. Also, work experience is not signicantly linked to freedom of dissent among team members. Performance evaluation and team leader appreciation are closely linked, as expected.

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2017

Journal Article

L. M. Frey and Bri. Meera. S. R., “Language of the heart: Profit-oriented management vs spiritual values for quality treatment and cost containment in health care”, Purusharta, vol. 10, pp. 79-88, 2017.[Abstract]


Organizational unrestrained greed is spreading throughout the world causing harm to millions of people and the environment, leading to a loss of trust in business, and can create particular havoc in the health care system. Stemming from a domineering, exclusive paradigm of profit-maximization, it serves a few at the expense of many. Replacing this outdated model with mediating higher spiritual principles that represent dharma, discrimination, and compassion, is necessary to heal the wounds inflicted upon the world by greed, to resurrect quality and affordable health care, and to reshape and redirect firm objectives. Drawing from the Bhagavad Gita we explore the nature of greed and destructiveness and then offer three propositions: 1) conditions influencing organizational greed are fueled by unrestrained desires; 2) profit-oriented health care increases risks of patient exploitation and decreases quality of care, and 3) spiritual-value driven leadership in health care is more inclusive, enhancing patient care, providing cost containment, and hospital prosperity. Evidence supports the perspective that spiritual leadership in health care is greatly advantageous in advancing far-reaching optimal care and in promoting dynamic, creative success. Finally, a noteworthy unanticipated theme emerged that the absence or presence of awareness of the interconnectedness of all beings appeared to influence managerial behaviors. Those with no awareness engaged in destructive, greed-induced behaviors, and those with awareness inspired wholesome, uplifting behaviors that served many. © 2017, School of Management Sciences. All rights reserved.

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2017

Journal Article

Dr. T. G. Manoharan, Manikandan, K., and Manivel, S., “Factors Influencing Customer Satisfaction: A Comparison between Banks and NBFCs”, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, vol. 15, pp. 163 - 171, 2017.

2016

Journal Article

Amritalakshmi (Dayanadas), “Women, Business & Empowerment tribulations”, International Journal of research and Social sciences, 2016.

2015

Journal Article

Pravitha N. R. and Gowari Nair, “A Study on Investment Behaviour with Special Reference to Kollam Corporation”, Global Journal for Research Analysis, vol. 4, no. 8, 2015.[Abstract]


We have made a systematic survey to understand the present investment trends in Kollam Corporation. We prepared a questionnaire which consist various investment trends and distributed these questionnaires among various investors. We know those law income groups are not interested in investments, because they are having only for their daily needs. According to the details which we collected from the survey people of Kollam Corporation.are more interested in investment alternatives like F D, Gold, Real Estate, Life Insurance, Post Office income etc. Survey was not just a study to know the investments trends in Kollam Corporation.It was an initiative to give much awareness to the people about the various investments opportunities.

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2015

Journal Article

Pravitha N. R., “A Study on Investment Alternatives and Investment Behaviour”, IJSR- International Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 4, no. 8, 2015.

2015

Journal Article

B Arathy, Aswathy A Nair, Anju Sai, and Pravitha N. R., “A Study on Factors Affecting Investment on Mutual Funds and Its Preference of Retail Investors”, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, vol. 5, 2015.[Abstract]


Mutual Funds provide a platform for a common investor to participate in the Indian capital market with professional fund management irrespective of the amount invested. The Indian mutual fund industry is growing rapidly and this is reflected in the increase in Assets under management of various fund houses. Mutual fund investment is less risky than directly investing in stocks and is therefore a safer option for risk averse investors. This project aims at finding out the factors affecting investment decision on mutual funds and its preference over retail investors. This project also aims at finding about the factors that prevent the people to invest in mutual funds. The findings will help mutual fund companies to identify the areas required for improvement and can also improve their marketing strategies. It will help the MF companies to create new and innovative product according to the orientation of investors.

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2014

Journal Article

T. G. Manoharan, Dayana Das, and , “An Evaluation of Nursing Profession – A Case Study from Kerala”, A Case Study from Kerala. International Journal of Functional Management, vol. II, no. 1, 2014.

2014

Journal Article

D. P. D. R, “Comparative study of products and services offered to various HNI clients by various commercial banks ”, International journal of functional management, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 188-190, 2014.

2014

Journal Article

Dr. T. G. Manoharan, “Empowering women through nursing profession-a critical evaluation”, Kerala International Journal of Functional Management, vol. II, no. iii, pp. 114-117, 2014.

2014

Journal Article

T. .G.Manoharan and K Kumar, V., “A study on the em[powerment of women through NREG Act. Kollam dist”, Kerala International Journal of Functional Management, vol. II, no. II, pp. 99-103, 2014.

2014

Journal Article

A. K. Sudhakaran, “An analyssis on cash deposit machine provided by the state bank of India”, Indo-Global journal of applied management science, vol. II, no. II, p. 06/2014, 2014.

2014

Journal Article

A. K. Sudhakaran, “Relevance of cashew cultivation in India with special relevance to Kerala March 2013 global research peer referred quarterly ”, global research peer referred quarterly inter-disciplinary research journal, vol. IV, no. I , pp. 26-31, 2014.

2014

Journal Article

Arun Krishna Pillai, “How "Responsible" is responsible tourism”, Ripples department of hotel management , pp. 4-7, 2014.

2013

Journal Article

A. K. Sudhakaran, “A study on consumer perception on private brands – Hyderabad”, global research peer referred quarterly inter-disciplinary research journal, vol. III, pp. 162-165, 2013.

2013

Journal Article

Bri. Meera. S. R. and Bonin, S., “Management by Materialism to Management by Spiritual Wisdom”, International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, vol. 6, no. 1, 2013.[Abstract]


The goal of a firm is to make money appear to be the fundamental assumption of classical management culture. Management by spiritual wisdom proposes, instead, to contribute socially to the benefit of all, including material needs and spiritual needs. Detachment of the results of actions is required to be fully confident in the outcomes provided by The Divine Hand. Clearly, this approach does not lead to a complete disinterest of the work, this is the opposite: work becomes worship, or ‘workship’, where workers are alert of each and every detail. They find purpose and meaning in what they are doing. These efforts in a union with the divine lead them to higher state of consciousness where they are able to achieve more and take decisions spontaneously and intuitively. These management wisdom lessons have been drawn from the study on the Mata Amritanandamayi Math and Indian Management Wisdom.

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Publication Type: Presentation

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2017

Presentation

Dr. T. G. Manoharan, “Factors influencing customer satisfaction: A comparison between banks and NBSCs”, National Conference on “Structural, institutional and financial sector changes (both global and India) in the new millennium and the road ahead”. Amrita School of Arts & Sciences, Mysore., 2017.

2017

Presentation

Amritalakshmi (Dayanadas) and kumar, D. N. Ajith, “Institutoal support and sustainable empowerment of coastal women”, National Conference on “Structural, institutional and financial sector changes (both global and India) in the new millennium and the road ahead”. Amrita School of Arts & Sciences, Mysore, 2017.

2017

Presentation

D. Arun Krish Pillai, “Management conroll system for CSR govrnance in India.Scope for adopting Adler and Borys approach”, National Conference on “Structural, institutional and financial sector changes (both global and India) in the new millennium and the road ahead”. Amrita School of Arts & Sciences, Mysore, 2017.

2017

Presentation

Dr. T. G. Manoharan, “Equity Funds or Mutual Funds? Through the Lens of SIP and LIP”, National Seminar on Research Applications. Government Victoria College Palakkad, Kerala, 2017.

2016

Presentation

Amritalakshmi (Dayanadas), “Psychosocial and Work life Balance Impact on the Empowerment of women Households-Case of Tsunami Victims in Alappad”, ICSSR Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Focus on Socio Economic Background of Minority Community’ . Sanatana Dharma College, Alappuzha, 2016.

2016

Presentation

Amritalakshmi (Dayanadas), “Psycho-Social and Work Balance Impact of Employment of Women Households Cases of Tsunami Victims in Alappad”, National Seminar. SD College, Alappuzha, 2016.

Publication Type: Conference Paper

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2014

Conference Paper

Arun Krishna Pillai, “Corporate social responsibility in disaster management”, in DISASTER RISK VULNARABILITY CONFERENCE, 2014.

Paper Presentation

  • Dr. Arun K. Pillai, faculty presented a paper “Strategic Human Resource Management. A CSR Approach” at NSS College, Manjeri, University Calicut on January 13, 2016
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