ICGS-FEB-2018

ICGS-FEB-2018

5th International Conference on

‘Governance in Indian Financial Services Sector: Reforms & Remedies’     

( ICGS-2018 )

16th & 17th  February, 2018       (Special Issue : 7 )

Jointly organized by B.K. School of Business Management, Gujarat University and  Centre for Governance Systems (CGS), Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad, India.

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PAPER ID Page.No
1 THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NPAS ON PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS OF INDIA – Prof. Rajendra Bhupatlal Patoliya ICGS001 1-7
2 ROLE OF FINANCIAL GOVERNING BODIES SUCH AS SEBI, AMFI, IRDA, RBI, FMC AND PFRDA IN GOVERNING FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR IN INDIA –  Vipani Kajal J.   ICGS002

 

8-15
3 NON-PERFORMING ASSETS IN INDIAN BANKING SECTOR: A STUDY OF ISSUES RELATED TO PRINCIPAL CONTRIBUTING SECTORS – Mr. Paresh Dave,    Dr. Yogesh C. Joshi,   ICGS003

 

16-24
4 DIGITALIZATIONS IMPACT ON EMPLOYEE WORK FAMILY BALANCE – Neha Singh,   Dr Mamta Brahmbhatt, ICGS004 25-29
5 EFFECT OF CORPORATE GOVERANCE ON STOCK PERFORMANCE – Girnara Mona Rameshbhai   ICGS005 30-41
6 A STUDY ON TESTING WEAK FORM OF EFFICIENCY HYPOTHESIS FOR NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE -NIFTY – FIFTY INDEX – Dr. Ritesh K. Patel,    Dr Keyurkumar M Nayak,  ICGS007 42-47
7 IMPACT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON STAKEHOLDERS  – Pallavi Ansal ICGS006 48-51
8 THE CHANGING ROLE OF BANKING SECTOR IN THE DIGITAL ERA- AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE –  Farana Kureshi,    Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt,  ICGS008 52-56
9 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN SMES: EVIDENCES AND COROLLARIES FROM INDIAN PERSPECTIVES – Dr. Meeta Mandaviya ICGS009 57-62
10 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DISCLOSURE PRACTICES ADOPTED BY BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA: A STUDY ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANK –  Sonal S. Solanki,  Dr. Pravin R. Patel, ICGC010

 

63-72
11 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN INDIA EVOLUTION, ISSUES AND CHALLENGES- Prof. Khyati V. Raiyani, ICGS011 73-78
12 APPLIED BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE FOR EXCELLENCE IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: LITERATURE COMPREHENSION & REALISTIC EVIDENCES –  Dr. Anupama Chirag Dave,    Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt   ICGS012 79-84
13 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SCORE AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN INDIA –  Hetal Dipen Vyas,  Deepa Nirav Vyas,  Raaj Patel ICGS013

 

85-88
14 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: TRANSITION IN ORGANISATION THROUGH HR INITIATIVES – Parinda V. Doshi ICGS014 89-93
15 INDIAN FINANCIAL MARKETS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE – Pooja  Rathore ICGS015 94-99
16 SMES AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN INDIA – A STEP TOWARDS IMPROVISING COMPETITIVENESS Nikita Mehta,    Dr Mamta Brahmbhatt,  ICGS016 100-107
17 A STUDY ON EXAMINING IMPACT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCEC FAILURE ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET – Dr. Apurva A. Chauhan,  Purnima M.Chouhan ICGS017 108-114
18 GENDER DIVERSITY AT BOARD LEVEL WITH RESPECT TO BANKING SECTOR –  Dr. Sunita Upendra Sharma, Neelam Bharatsingh Rawat ICGS018 115-122
19 DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN BANKING: THE FUTURE OF BANKING –  Dr. Krupa B. Bhatt,  Mr. Umesh Pithadiya ICGS019 123-134
20 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CORPORATE PROFITABILITY: EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BSE SENSEX – Ms Janvi Joshi,  Dr Mamta Brahmbhatt,   ICGS020 135-139
21 ROLE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FINANCIAL SECTOR WITH REFERENCE TO PERSPECTIVE OF RETAIL INVESTORS –  Dr. Mahammadrafique Meman,  Dr. Seema H. Kadam,  Purnima M. Chouhan ICGS021 140-147
22 AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF NON PERFORMING ASSETS (NPAS)  IN PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA – Dauda Alusine  Kuyateh ICGS022 148-155
23 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON VARIOUS ROLES AND CHALLENGES OF STOCK EXCHANGES AND REGULATORS IN THE GOVERNANCE PROCESS OF STOCK MARKET OF INDIA –  Dr. Nirav R Joshi, Dr. Nirav B Halvadia ICGS023

 

156-162
24 EVALUATION OF FINANCIAL SOUNDNESS OF INDIAN LIFE INSURERS BASED ON CARAMEL FRAMEWORK –  Dr. Jayant Dhanji Chandrapal,  Dr Mamta Brahmbhatt,   ICGS024 163-171
25 IMPACT OF ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE ON THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THE BANKING SECTOR IN INDIA –  Pooja Gupta,  Parthiv Thakkar, Disha H Chhabria ICGS025 172-180
26 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF SICK MSMES IN INDIA – CAUSES AND REMEDIES – Vilas Kulkarni ICGS026 181-184