International Conference on Management Practices, Innovations & Research 2019

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Development Of Loop Wheel Reinvents
Country :: India
Authors :: Dushyant Pawar || Dr. S. M. Kherde
Page No. :: 01-08
In today's world, Bicycles are the most favorite choice when it comes to causes like health, pollution, and environment. Several researches have been done in order to make the ride comfortable. Different types of cycles have been developed for various applications like Commuter Bikes, Mountain Bike, and Racing bike. This project report presents the Loop wheel which is designed such that the suspension system is integrated within wheel for higher shock-absorbing performance and better comfort. Loop wheels offer you a smoother ride. Loop wheel springs are usually made up of a steel material carefully developed to offer optimum compression and lateral stability as well as strength and durability. The three loops in every wheel work along as a selfcorrecting system..........

Keyword :Loop wheel, Integrated suspension system, Triangular hub.

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[2]. Pankaj Saini, Ashish Goel, Dushyant Kumar, "Design and Analysis of Composite Leaf Spring for Light Vehicles", International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2319-8753, Vol. 2, Issue 5, May 2013, PP 1-10.
[3]. Baviskar A. C., Bhamre V. G. and Sarode S. S., "Design and Analysis of a Leaf Spring for automobile suspension system- A Review", International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, ISSN 2250-2459, Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2013, PP 406-410. [4] Mr. Tharigonda Niranjan Babu, Mr P. Bhaskar and Mr. S. Moulali, "Design and Analysis of Leaf Spring with Composite materials", International journal of engineering sciences & research technology, ISSN: 2277-9655, 3(8): August, 2014, PP 759-756.
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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study of Use of Financial Ratio for Research
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Amit Rahangdale
Page No. :: 09-13

A review of published research in the field of accounting and finance reveals that the use of ratio calculations with multivariate analysis for predicting the performance of business firms is common. However, much of this research uses large database information without determining if needed sample assumptions can be met for reliable conclusions to be drawn by the researchers. This paper presents recommended adjustment techniques for researchers using large databases for ratio calculation to allow for confidence that the results of analysis will be meaningful and that inferences may be drawn from the data. Using a sample for Entrepreneurial Leadership Financial Statement Database, Balance Sheet and Income Statement data of firms is.........

Keywords: published , assumption, analysis, Leadership assumptions, Entrepreneurial, Database

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: The Rapid Development of International Microfinance
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Sandeep Pali
Page No. :: 14-18

Microfinance is a form of financial services for entrepreneurs and small businesses lacking access to banking and related services. The two main mechanisms for the delivery of financial services to such clients are: (1) relationship-based banking for individual entrepreneurs and small businesses; and (2)group-based models, where several entrepreneurs come together to apply for loans and other services as a group. In some regions, for example Southern Africa, microfinance is used to describe the supply of financial services to low-income employees, which is closer to the retail finance model prevalent in mainstream banking. Microfinance is a broad category of services, which includes microcredit. Microcredit is provision of credit services to poor clients. Microcredit is one of the aspects of microfinance and the two are often confused. Critics may attack microcredit while referring to it indiscriminately as either 'microcredit' or 'microfinance

Keywords: Microfinance, entrepreneurs, prevalent, microcredit, indiscriminately.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Study of Material Management in Industrial Area With Reference To the Nagpur
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Sonal Shewate
Page No. :: 19-23

Material management is an important element in project management as materials contribute a major portion to total project cost. It also plays a key role because of the successes of every construction project rely on having proper resources. Thus, it gives implication on project performance. Despite the importance of material management to project performance, there are limited numbers of research available related to this topic. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to identify the effects factors of material management on project performance. Literature from books, journal articles and conferences papers related to this topic are reviewed. In conclusion, exploring the implication of material management towards project performance will benefit construction players in improving the efficiency of material management in order to minimize the impacts on construction projects performance. Material Management......

Keywords:supply chain ,Logistic, Inventory control, Material Selection, Quality.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Role of Maternity Leave Benefits in Ensuring the Productive Contribution of Women in Economy
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Rupaliwaghmare || Mrs. Kanchan Bankar
Page No. :: 24-28

A maternity benefit is one that every working woman must be entitled to, and her employer should be liable for, the payment of maternity benefit, which is the amount payable to her at the rate of the average daily wage for the period of her actual absence. There is need for maternity benefits so that a woman is to be able to give quality time to her child without having to worry about whether she will lose her job and her source of income. In order to promote women's participation in the workforce, the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961, was amended to provide more beneficial entitlements to women employees. However, they appear to impose the entire cost of these benefits on employers, which could lead to a negative trend in hiring women in meaningful roles. This ensures that women employees are heard and have their professional and personal needs met during this extremely critical life stage..........

Keywords: Maternity Leave, Productivity, Maternity Act 1961, Workplace.

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[2]. AnwarulHoda, Durgesh K Rai (2017), Working paper on Labour Regulations in India.
[3]. Dr. G. Brindha. (2017), A Study on Maternity Benefit and Its Effectiveness in Construction Industry.
[4]. Dr. Saundarya Rajesh (2018), Maternity Management in Corporate India.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Innovations in Performance Management Practices
Country :: India
Authors :: Sachin S. Panchabhai
Page No. :: 29-32

Organizations are innovating performance management practices as per the changing demands and to adjust with changing business environment. This study attempts to find out various new ways used by the organizations to carry out performance appraisal of employees in their organisations. The changing business environment forced many organizations to change their performance appraisal methods and approach. This study also tries to discuss what were the earlier practices and then shifting to new ways of appraising the performance. The organizations discussed, in this study have shifted from Bell Shape Curve OR Rank & Yank or Forced Distribution method to some other suitable method. The new trend in performance appraisal is regular feedback system through which organizations are ensuring.......

Keywords-Performance Appraisal / Assessment, Performance Management, Performance Management System, Continuous Appraisal, Feedback.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Effect Of Nanofluids In Engineering Processes
Country :: India
Authors :: Sharad P. Bargat || Lalit S. Bhoye
Page No. :: 33-35

A wide variety of engineering processes involve the transfer of heat energy from one system to another system. Throughout any engineering application, heat might be added, removed, or moved from one process stream to another and it has become a major task for engineering system. The enhancement of heating or cooling in an engineering process may create a saving in energy, reduce process time, raise thermal rating and lengthen the working life of equipment. Some processes are even affected qualitatively by the action of enhanced heat transfer. Heat transfer efficiency can also be improved by increasing the thermal conductivity of the working fluid. Nanofluid is a new kind of heat transfer medium, containing nanoparticles (1–100 nm) which
are uniformly and stably distributed in a base fluid.........

Keywords- Nanofluid, Nano particle, Nano Materials, Application of Nano fluids

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Prospects and Challenges of Human Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Sonal Admane || Ms. Amruta Buit
Page No. :: 36-39

Globalisation is a continuous process of social, political, technological, economical and cultural integration of different economies of the world. With advancements in information technology (IT) globalisation has distorted the international boundaries. Since it has spread up to an unrivalled pace; it is apparently present everywhere and in every aspect. Hence human resource management is also not an exception to it. Globalisation not only enables human resource management to find a right person for right task from a vast ocean but it also brings change in human resource activities, functions, organisational strategies, structure and approaches.It gives organisation a wide area to hunt and employ talent and providing at the same time ,vast opportunities to various talents to search and opt for different organisations

Keywords- Globalisation, Human Resource Management, Global competitiveness.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Ternary Digital System: A Latent Talent than the Binary Digital System
Country :: India
Authors :: Dr. Debasis Das || Prof. Surabhi Rodi
Page No. :: 40-44

Today's digital system is completely depends on binary logic. Binary logic technology has come across the dramatic changes and advances. But, the real world is not only binary. It is more intuitive to reason about a system, especially at higher levels of abstractions, in terms of variables with symbolic values. In many practical engineering situations, a device can be not only in "off" or "on" state, but also in "idle" state. Due to this fact, ternary logic is implementing in digital systems. Ternary logic has several important merits over binary. Its advantages have been confirmed in the application like memories, communications and digital signal processing etc. It was found that ternary computer is very favourable.........

Keywords: binary Logic, ternary Logic, ternary computer

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Unified Information Management with JIT Acquisition in Big Data and Analytics
Country :: India
Authors :: Dr. Vaibhav R. Bhedi
Page No. :: 45-47

In Big Data and Analytics, Unified Information Management is powerful way of source in big data which easily available across several multiple sources to fulfill needs of information by only getting access. It included High Volume Data Acquisition, JIT Acquisition, Multi-Structure Data, Low Latency Data Processing and Analysis Consistency. The High Volume Data must gather all data from different channels but it cannot persist and maintain all data that have received. High Volume data Acquisition may ignore and discard data. The JIT Acquisition will persist and maintain ignored and discarded data

Keywords: BD; JI;

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Noise Model in Digital Image Processing
Country :: India
Authors :: Ruchika Gedam || Ms. ApekshaKondhalkar || Aradhana Thool || Prof. Roshan Chandekar
Page No. :: 48-49

Noise is usually presents in digital images during image acquisition, coding, transmission, and processing steps. Noise is extremely difficult to get rid of it from the digital images without the prior knowledge of noise model. That's why, review of noise models are essential within the study of image denoising techniques. In this paper, we express a quick overview of varied noise models. These noise models are often selected by analysis of their origin. During this way, we present an entire and quantitative chemical analysis of noise models available in digital images.

Keywords:Noise Model, fractal, Salt and noise paper, periodic noise, photon Noise.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Big Data Analytics and Business Intelligence: An Overview
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. J. I. Syed || Mr. Y. R. Rochlani || Ms. R. P. Bijwe || Mr. V. S. Gangwani
Page No. :: 50-55

In the information era, enormous amounts of data have become available on hand to decision makers. Big data refers to datasets that are not only big, but also high in variety and velocity, which makes them difficult to handle using traditional tools and techniques. Due to the rapid growth of such data, solutions need to be studied and provided in order to handle and extract value and knowledge from these datasets. Furthermore, decision makers need to be able to gain valuable insights from such varied and rapidly changing data, ranging from daily transactions to customer interactions and social network data. Such value can be provided using big data analytics, which is the application of advanced.........

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Big Data Analytics: An Overview
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Y. R Rochlani || Mr. V. S. Gangwani || Mr. R. G. Anantwar
Page No. :: 56-59

In recent years, the web applications on internet have seen a lot of development in the field of Information Technology. These online applications and communication are generating the large size data continuously having different variety and with difficult structure data called as big data. In order to analyse this huge data Big Data Analytics is required. Big Data Analytics is the study of huge amount of stored data in order to extract complex and heavier patterns. The combination of high technology systems and mathematics together are capable of analysing all this information, hence providing great value of information for companies or government. This paper describes introduction to Big Data Analytics, Architecture, need of Big Data Analytics and types of Big Data Analytics.

Keywords: Big Data, Big Data Analytics.

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