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  • Naik, V.; Kamat, V.V. (Artificial Intelligence in Education, Ed. by: Isotani, S.; Millan, E.; Ogan, A.; Hastings, P.; McLaren, B.; Luckin, R. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 11626; 2019; 359-364.)
    It is well known that if the learning strategies align with learning outcomes, learner well engaged in the session is likely to make progress in acquiring knowledge. However, it is challenging to ascertain learner's ...
  • Naik, V.; Kamat, V.V. (Proc. IEEE 9th International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E). 10-13 Dec 2018. 2018; 110-113.)
    Student that is sufficiently involved in the learning process usually shows higher performance with respect to the objectives set for the process. Of course, this requires alignment of the instructional strategy with the ...
  • Patil, Anoop; Parab, N.; Reddy, Y.V. (Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal. 12(2); 2018; 104-116.)
    On 8th November 2016, the Government of India demonetized its two highest currency notes in the denomination of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000. The purpose of demonetization was to tackle the corruption and black money prevailing ...
  • Parab, N.; Reddy, Y.V. (Zantye's International Journal of Commerce and Management. 2(1); 2016; 1-9.)
    The Volatility of stock returns becomes vital to analyze considering the fluctuations occurring in Indian stock market. As market discounts everything, any event, incident or activity happening in Indian Economy gets ...
  • Talaulikar, H.S.; Hegde-Desai, P. (International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. 4(6); 2015; 48-55.)
    The Banking Sector has played an important role in the modern economy by providing credit to the weaker segments. One such segment is Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). It has been found in the literature that ...
  • D'souza, K.; Hegde-Desai, P. (Food Culture and Tourism of India, Ed by: Chinmay Pandya. Dep. of Tourism Management, Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidhyalaya, Shantikunj, Haridwar, Uttarakhand. 2020; 13-25.)
    Achieving and maintaining good health is a goal of many individuals. With the recent increase in lifestyle related diseases, the importance of healthy eating in maintaining overall health has assumed great significance. A ...
  • D'Souza, K.; Hegde-Desai, P. (Indian Journal of Management. 6(2); 2018; 10-19.)
    The role of consumption of healthy food in achieving and maintaining good health is widely recognised. A healthy diet helps protect against malnutrition in all its forms, as well as non communicable diseases, including ...
  • Coelho, F.R.; Reddy, Y.V. (IUP Journal of Financial Risk Management. 14(2); 2017; 61-69.)
    Options are the most used financial derivative products. Option pricing is very important in the options market. Black-Scholes (BS) model is one of the most preferred and used models nowadays. In this paper, an attempt is ...
  • Reddy, Y.V.; Sebastin, A. (Journal of Alternative Investments. 11(3); 2009; 85-99.)
    The temporal relationship between the commodities market and the stock market has a lot of implications for not only the participants of the markets but also for the policy makers, the producers of the commodities, and, ...
  • Poornima, B.G.; Reddy, Y.S.; Reddy, Y.V. (MAIMS Journal of Management. 9(2); 2014; 44-50.)
    In this paper, an attempt has been made to measure the Indian Stock Market risk using BSE Sensex and Index Future. Stock Index futures are the most popular financial derivative instrument which is widely traded on exchanges. ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (Applied Artificial Intelligence. 29(2); 2015; 148-163.)
    The ancient Indian classical dance form BharataNatyam (BN) can stay alive and dynamic by allowing innovative, experimental ideas. These comprise of a sequence of possible and legitimate dance steps, and it is estimated ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (Proc. 12 Int. Conf. on Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS), 4-7 Dec 2012. 2012; 384-389)
    Dance choreography is an intense, creative and intuitive process. A choreographer has to finalize appropriate dance steps from amongst millions of possibilities. Though it is not impossible, the choreographer being human ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (19. Int. Conf. on Management of Data (COMAD). 2013; 131-134.)
    BharataNatyam (BN) is an ancient Indian Classical Dance. The manuscripts namely Natyasastra and Abhinayadarpana are the only source of documentation for this Classical dance form of South India. Although few archives are ...
  • Reddy, Y.V.; Rebello, R. (Pragyaan: Journal of Management. 7(1); 2009; 63-78.)
    This article examines and analyzes the use of neural networks as a forecasting tool. Specifically an artificial neural network's ability, to predict future trend of prices of stocks against actual price, included in the ...
  • Mukhopadhyay, P.; Tapaswi, M.P.; Sudarsan, P.K.; Sudarsan, K. (Current Science. 114(6); 2018; 1167-1173.)
    Various stakeholders use the ranking of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) as a measure of quality. This is evident from numerous ranking efforts – both of the government (National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ...
  • D'Mello, C.; Kamat, K.; Scaglione, M.; Weiermair, K.; Pah, J.G.; Subhash, K.B. (65. AIEST Conf. Adv. in Tourism Research: Perspectives of Actors, Institutions, and Systems. Lijiang, Peoples Republic of China, 24-28 August 2015. (); 2015; -.)
    The aim of this paper is to examine the perceptions of tourists visiting the state of Goa with regard to the importance given to and the satisfaction level with respect to the infrastructure, facilities, services and ...
  • SriRam, P.; Kerkar, P. (Scholars World. 3(1 (spl issue)); 2015; 7-14.)
    This study is carried out to test whether there exists or not a significant relation between the CG scores and the internal and external variables of the companies, selected from the CNX FINANCE Sector Index on NSE. It ...
  • Pacheco, Z.; Reddy, Y.V. (Journal of Marketing Vistas. 6(1); 2016; 52-62.)
    As the intensity of competition and hostility of environmental factors increases, the concern for service quality grows. Various service organizations are the recipient to the needs of best services demanded by the customers. ...

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