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In Indian economy, textile industry plays a significant role by contributing 4% of GDP and 35% of Gross Export. The city of Tirupur, in Tamil Nadu is the largest garment exporter in India and sometimes referred to as Textile valley of India. In 2004, the export turnover from the town was more than $1 billion. Some 7,000 garment units in the town provide employment opportunity to 1 million people. 56% of India's total knitwear exports come from Tirupur. The Export Import Policy of 2002-2007 acknowledges Tirupur for its contribution to the export efforts. Overall scenario creates the assumption that the textile industry are in profitable position and the investor might get good returns on their equity.

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Abstract In recent decade, India has faced a drastic change in its technological process which has resulted in the changing pattern of living of people and it has affected their thinking as competition has increased in almost every field. The upcoming generation are expected to perform their best in all the relevant fields and it has affected them mentally. Stress and anxiety about the future is leading them to depression and among adolescents it has emerged as a major mental health issue. Being the most common disorder among school going children, psychiatric morbidity was found to be 29 percent among girls and 23 percent among boys (P, Jayanthi, 2015) which is an alarming situation and requires to be dealt with as early as possible.

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This paper attempts to find the impact of exchange rate volatility of Indian currency on its exports. This impact is assessed by checking for a long run relationship between the variables thus taken. This paper is divided into five parts. First it gives introduction of why is it important to look into the matter and how important is it for an economy to take such studies into consideration. Second it gives a brief literature review. Third methodology adopted to carry out the study is looked into. Results are then showed in the fourth part. And lastly the conclusion which was largely in favour of the existence of the long run relationship between the variables.

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A study of the factors affecting job satisfaction among employees belonging to rural and urban areas as their region of origin has been conducted. The researchers reviewed the extant literature detailing the various parameters of Job Satisfaction. A pre-validated questionnaire developed by McDonald and McIntyre also known as Generic Job Satisfaction Scale was used to collect data from the individuals. The results were drawn using SPSS and it was found that there is a significant difference with respect to the factors recognition received in their jobs, the feeling of closeness with their peers, feeling good about working for the company currently employed in and finally, whether they believe that their talents and skills are utilized between those belonging to urban and rural regions of origin. It is recommended that special attention be paid to such areas within the jobs by companies to enhance employee job satisfaction.

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India has been prominent destination for MNCs around globe and Indian business leaders had been well respected and risen to the global positions in companies like, Unilever, P & G, ITC. In the last two decades, Indian Companies grow their global ambitions to higher levels and make strong presence around the globe. Indian managers and CEOs had to manage their companies in global locations. This is a great shift. Many emerging economies is similar situation had already began promoting Business Diplomacy in their organizations and had even formal training programs and initiatives. Former diplomats of India had been advocating Economic diplomacy and had also forayed into business yet Business diplomacy in India is relatively new. Further, Literature review however revealed that there has been no significant study so far to explore Business diplomacy management in India Inc.

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