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  • Prabhugaonkar, N.R.; Pawar, J.D.; Nagvenkar, A.S.; Bhattacharyya, P.; Kanojia, D.; Shrivastava, M. (11. Int. Conf. Natural Language Processing (ICON-2014), Goa Univ., Goa. 18-21 Dec 2014. 6pp.)
    We present our work on developing fifteen Hierarchical Phrase Based Statistical Machine Translation (HPBSMT) systems for five Indian language pairs namely Bengali-Hindi, English-Hindi, Marathi-Hindi, Tamil-Hindi, and ...
  • Subhash, K.B.; Naik-Gaonkar, D.; Castanha, J.; Chang, L-C.; Chen, R.F. (International Journal of Learning and Change. NYP; 2019; NYP.)
    Telecommunication industry in Goa is a classic example of customer dissatisfaction with respect to the services offered by the mobile service providers having little substantive evidence to support. This study measures the ...
  • Gaunekar, D.; Subhash, K.B.; Castanha, J.; Indrawati (Digital Economy for Customer Benefit and Business Fairness. Proc. Int. Conf. on Sustainable Collaboration in Business, Information and Innovation (SCBTII 2019), Bandung, Indonesia, 9-10 Oct 2019. Ed. by: Grisna Anggadwita and Erni Martini. Routledge. 2020; 71-77.)
    The study aimed to assess the satisfaction level of patients with respect to healthcare services provided by public and private hospitals. The result of the Importance Performance Analysis (IPA) revealed that in general, ...
  • Reddy, Y.V.; Sebastin, A. (Decision. 34(1); 2007; 149-182.)
    The information theoretic concept of entropy is a useful tool in studying price manipulation in stock market. Sample entropy values computed for the price data of a scrip, for various trading days in the period during which ...
  • Radhamani, D.; AnjanaRaju, G. (Splint International Journal of Professionals. 2(9); 2015; 75-82.)
    Parents play a major role in children acquiring consumer knowledge and skills through parent - child communication, training and modelling (Ward, Wackman and Wartella 1977). Parents can teach children about T.V advertising ...
  • Radhamani, D.; AnjanaRaju, G. (Splint International Journal of Professionals. 3(6); 2016; 20-30.)
    This study has been undertaken to find out parents attitude towards their children's consumption of advertised products, advertising and watching of television. Data collection has been undertaken from North and South ...
  • Paul, D.V.; Pawar, J.D. (IEEE Int. Conf. on Advances in Computing, Communication and Informatics. ICACCI 2013. 22-25 Aug 2013. SJCE, Mysore, India. 2013; 747-751.)
    Generating multiple sets of question paper for a subject examination is laborious and time consuming by manual approaches. To cope up with this problem, an enhanced approach using Pareto-optimal solution is proposed. This ...
  • Phadte, A.; Arsekar, R. (Natural Language Processing and Information Systems, Ed. by: Silberztein M., Atigui F., Kornyshova E., M'tais E., Meziane F. NLDB 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer, Cham. 10859; 2018; 303-307.)
    An efficient and less resource-intensive strategies for Konkani-English code-mixed social media text, which witnesses several challenges as compared to tagging general normal text. Part-of-Speech Tagging is a primary and ...
  • Mekoth, N. (Indian Journal of Transport Management. 21; 1997; 18-20 and 17)
    The performance of an organisation is to be judged on the basis of its efficiency. This is specially true in the case of a State Road Transport Undertaking (STU). A STU is accountable to the public in as much as the money ...
  • Salgaonkar, P.B.; Mekoth, N. (Journal of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior. 17; 2004; 16-26.)
    In an ever growing competitive business world, every entrepreneur needs to worry about his client's loyalty as they contribute directly to the profitability of the business. The present study is carried on to address mainly ...
  • Dalvi, V.; Mekoth, N. (International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. 30(3); 2017; 274-284.)
    While interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) has been used in health psychology research, it has so far not been applied to seek deeper insights into the patients’ experiences about treatment. The purpose of this ...
  • IndiraDevi, P.; LalitKumar; SureshKumar, D.; Manjula, M.; Mukhopadhyay, P.; Raghu, P.; Sharma, D.; Sridhar, R.; Venkatachalam, L. (Economic and Political Weekly. 52(17); 2017; 12-14.)
    Paying farmers for ecosystem services that they provide could be a novel way to achieve multiple goals of doubling the farm incomes, reduce rural–urban migration, reduce pressure on urban infrastructure, and at the same ...
  • Hegde-Desai, P.; D'Souza, F. (Changing Dynamics in the Global Village, Ed. By: S. Altekar, Bloomsbury Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi 110 070, India, ISBN: 978-93-82563-59-4. 2013; 21-32.)
  • Braganca, A.V.; Nirmala, R. (International Journal of Nursing Education. 10(3); 2018; 1-5.)
    Despite remarkable developments in the profession, nurses are viewed as physician-dependent professionals with restricted career opportunities. Their humane services are barely acknowledged which could influence the ...
  • Nirmala, R.; KrishnaGopal, R. (International Journal of Research in Business Management. 3(8); 2015; 33-46.)
    Business schools train management graduates to join the industry in managerial positions. Most of the managerial positions require leadership competency and while some of the business schools have leadership development ...
  • Mekoth, N.; D'Souza, Edgar (NITHM Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Management. 1(2); 2011; 18-27.)
    There are multiple stakeholders who have varied interests in relation to tourism industry namely the host community, business organizations, tourists and the government. Responsible tourism endeavors not only to minimize ...
  • Dhume, P.; Ramesh, B. (Indian Journal of Commerce. 64(3); 2011; 48-60.)
    Mutual Fund industry in India has emerged as the most dynamic segment of the Indian financial system. The industry grew by leaps and bounds during the last few years. With the plethora of schemes available for the investors ...
  • Ramesh, B.; Dhume, P. (Splint International Journal of Professionals. 2(9); 2015; 47-64.)
    Initial Public Offering (IPOs) is a company's first offering of equity to public. Initial Public Offer is a major source of capital for firms. In fact, in Indian capital market, IPOs have become the most popular way of ...
  • Dhume, P.; Patil, Anuradha (SSRG International Journal of Economics Management Studies. 6(3); 2019; 35-47.)
    Exchanged Traded Funds is one of the investment alternatives which have been gaining increasing popularity in India. There are various types of ETFs which are traded on the stock exchanges, like equity index ETFs, liquid ...

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