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1.        WOMEN AND YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP 
             Ms. Gargi Sharma page. no. 01 to 06
Abstract

Entrepreneurship among Indian women has been a recent concern. Women of today have become aware of her rights and existence. With the spread of education and awareness among the women the picture has been changed and the women have emerged as today’s most memorable and inspirational entrepreneurs. It is said that family is a chariot with wheels which are driven by both the male and female members of the family. This paper unfolds the significance of women entrepreneurship and also focuses the role of women entrepreneurs in the Indian economy and also their contributions to the economic development and also studies about the role of youth female entrepreneur in competitive world. 

Keywords:women entrepreneurs, competitive world

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2.         TATA GROUP Dec 2012 to Oct 2016 - RATAN TATA TO RATAN TATA 
             Mr. Sourabh Poswal page. no. 01 to 05
Abstract

Ratan Tata, who Mistry had replaced on December 29, 2012, has been appointed as interim Chairman for four months during which a search committee will look for a replacement. 

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3.         ROLE OF HIGH RESOLUTION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN EVALUATION OF PULMONARY DISEASES
             Rahul Kumar Prabhakar , Charu Prakash , Binoo page. no. 01 to 14
Abstract

With the incidence of pulmonary disease on marked rise, it can difficult to attribute to specific cause, clinically. Pulmonary diseases are significant public health problems. The prevalence of pulmonary diseases 80% Range between 40 patients of the imaging modalities can help elicit the subtle sings to establish the diagnosis. The goal is to HRCT at early stage so that complete clinical finding can be achieved. HRCT is a useful tool in the diagnosis and management as it can differentiate active from inactive pulmonary diseases with greater sensitivity.This study concludes that HRCT is a powerful and reliable investigation in the diagnosis of pulmonary diseases. Our study illustrates the potential role of HRCT in early detection of pulmonary involvement as a non-invasive, alternative modality for diagnosis and differentiation of active inflammatory process from fibrosis. Pulmonary diseases can be difficult to a specific cause, both clinically and radio graphically. Pulmonary diseases in the setting of a normalappearing radiography and a nonspecific history and clinical findings can be a difficult dilemma. The precise diagnosis of pulmonary diseases can be elusive, since the signs and symptoms are frequently similar for the different diagnosis and conventional roentgenograms are non-specific for the diagnosis purpose. HRCT using thin sections has become the established method for evaluating defuse lung disease. When the CT findings are analyzed in the context of the clinical history, physical findings, pulmonary function test and laboratory data, characteristics HRCT findings may allow a confident diagnosis in conditions such as asbestosis, silicosis and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.In some cases such as allergic alveolitis, HRCT findings may preclude the need for lung biopsy, it can be used as a guide in selecting the best site for a biopsy. HRCT is more sensitive than chest radiography for detecting emphysema and it has replaced bronchi graph as the definitive method for detecting bronchiectasis. Multi slice CT is the most effective way to image patient after blunt chest trauma, which is second only to cans injury as a cause of post trauma death. 

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4.         THE TELECOM SECTOR & THE STUDY OF SERVICE QUALITY: A THEORETICAL GLIMPSE 
             Dr. D.C. Agarwal & Aditya Singh page. no. 01 to 16
Abstract

After two decades of formulation of the National Telecom Policy (NTP) in 1999 The Indian telecom industry is passing through complex times. The mobile phone has transformed into a persuasive medium to deliver information services spanning various usage areas such as governance, commerce, agriculture, education and health. Standing tall by being the second-largest telecommunications market in the world next to china, the industry has now billion plus subscribers. Comprising of major sectors like telephony, internet and broadcasting the industry is contributing significantly in country’s GDP and job growth. Lowest tariffs, Mobile portability and various services have resulted in a dynamic and hyper competitive market. With a ferocious battle taking place between the established biggies and the new entrants the companies that will survive the competition will be the ones being able to differentiate themselves on the basis of service quality. In today's competitive environment customer occupies the central place in business & retaining a satisfied customer can pay more as compared to attracting new one. Considering India at the cusp of a data revolution and telecom being the backbonethis study examines the impact of service quality and service value on customer bonding. The study aims to provide a better understanding and analyse the gap in service quality of Telecom sector in terms of customers’ expectations and perceptions using the SERVQUAL and other models. 

Keywords: Service Quality, Telecom, Telecommunication Industry, Customer Satisfaction, India, Perception and Expectation, Cellular, Customer, Gap Analysis, SERVQUAL.

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