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A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Royal Enfield With Special Reference To Palani Taluk

AUTHORS: Manikandan A, V.Karthik

ABSTRACT: In the present era, customer is the centre point of all the marketing activities andall the players in the market are trying to hold their place in the minds of the consumers. Thesatisfaction plays an essential role for the success of any business. Branding is around for centuries as a means to identify and differentiate the goods and servicesRead more of one producer from those of another. It is considered to be the valuable assets of a business. The brands such as,Royal Enfield are the popular brands in the Two wheeler automobile industry. In this backdropthe study has been undertaken to study the satisfaction level of the customers towards Royal Enfield two wheelers in palani taluk Read less



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Research on Citizenship Values of Students from the Southwest Colleges of Education in Nigeria

AUTHORS: Ijiwole, A.A, Adeyemi, M.A

ABSTRACT: Cultivating students' practical skills, ideal values and attitudes is one of the main goals of education. The development of such values and attitudes is aimed at making students good citizens of Nigeria. College of Education students are expected to imbibe these values and attitudes and ensure that their students also imbibe these values through their professional practices. However, studies have revealed that in spite of all the efforts made by the government to inculcate positive values and attitudes in students, citizenship values are not demonstrated by many Nigerian youths. This study, therefore, investigated the perceived citizenship values of College of Education (COE) students in South West, Nigeria. The research was a descriptive cross-sectional survey type. The sample comprised 1,448 students drawn from nine colleges of education in the three states in South West, Nigeria. A multistage sampling technique was used to select the respondents. A researcher-designed quesRead more tionnaire, “Citizenship Values Scale (CVS)” was used for data collection. Descriptive statistics of Percentage and Mean were used to answer research questions one and two, t-test was used for the hypothesis. The results showed that the College of Education students’ perception towards all the citizenship mean values were positive. Furthermore, patriotism, justice/Fair play, openness/transparency, obedience to law, kindness, contentment, respect for others, responsibility, discipline and honesty were the major citizenship values, while patriotism was the most preferred citizenship value among the students; in addition, the result revealed that male and female students were not significantly different in their perception of citizenship values. Thus, it was recommended that College of Education students should be encouraged to develop and display all the citizenship values especially in the area of honesty through example and practice of what had been learned and imbibed. Read less



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The Influence of CAMEL Ratios on Credit Rating Evaluation in Tanzanian Commercial Banks: An Empirical Analysis

AUTHORS: James Daniel Chindengwike1* , Andrew Kalistus Mwambe 2 , Alex Reuben Kira3

ABSTRACT: the international credit rating evaluation systems are used by global agencies to grade their lenders which can be non-financial or financial institutions. Also, international credit ratings are considerably platforms of evidence of private information possessed by banks. Credit rating evaluation to entities such as commercial banks, it is still under infant stage in Tanzania and other developing countries. This research paper examined the influence of CAMEL ratios on credit rating evaluation of Tanzanian Commercial Banks. The research opted time series research design in capturing the variables, quarterly data from 2009-2019 was estracted from banks’ financial reports. In evaluating the commercial banks’ credit rating, the study’s sample sizes were 40 observations from CRDB and NMB commercial banks. The results indicated that, the influence of CAMEL ratios on credit rating of Tanzania Commercial Banks are likely toRead more undergo significantly from capital adequacy, management quality, earning capability and liquidity. The study additional findings showed that, Tanzanian regulatory system (locally) considerers less indicators in credit rating evaluation with inferior standards as compared to international standards. CRDB and NMB banks combine had satisfactory view rating scores that signified basically accuracy with modest amendable limitation (rating average of ‘2’), nevertheless NMB appeared to be better in ratings than CRDB in the period of 10-years examined quarterly (insert statistical P-Values). The study suggests that local systems ensure the establishment of credit rating evaluation guidelines to reflect international standards to effect the credit rating evaluation of local firms. In order to meet international rating standards for local commercial banks, the international credit rating standards are crucial to be adopted. Read less



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Tanzania’s Budget Deficit and its Effect on Gross Domestic Product: Empirical Analysis

AUTHORS: James Daniel Chindengwike

ABSTRACT: the study wanted to create the impact of budget deficit on economic growth in Tanzania. The determinants recognized in the study are foreign exchange, interest rate, budget deficit rate and inflation rate. The theories that were directing the study are International Dependence Theory, Neoclassical Counter- Revolution Theory and Keynesian, Linear Stages of Growth. The motive behind to carried out this study was the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was goes down. The study opted quantitative research approach and correlation research design in form of secondary data from Tanzania for a ten (10) year period from 2010 to 2020 (Annual Data). From the population of the study the sample size will be 10 observations. The data was collected from reliable sources such as Ministry of Finance and Planning – Read more Tanzania and International Monetary Fund (IMF). The results revealed that the impact of budget deficit on GDP depends on how the funds financing the deficit used, if it was used for development reasons then it would have a positive one but if it is for meeting the recurring expenditures then there would be a negative association between the two. The study recommends that Tanzania should expand and manage effectiveness in the tax base in order to support their expenditure sufficiently and assist to increase the multiplier that promote to create output therefore economic development. The study also recommends that Tanzania should generate more revenue sources to boost the income in order to reduce dependence on developed countries and also to generate favorable environment for more opportunities. Read less



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AUTHORS: Adelowokan, O.A1, Babasanya, A.O.B1, Oyebamiji, F.F2

ABSTRACT: This research study examines the dynamic effects of institutional policy changes on industrial output growth in Nigeria. We estimated a time series VAR model for Nigeria using a quarterly dataset spanning from 1996 to 2018. The study explores a system that includes industrial output, institutional quality variables (financial, economic, and political), key factor inputs (investment and labour), and control variables (FDI and trade openness). The study found that shocks in the financial, economic and political institutions accounted for 14.45%, 11.20%, and 5.01% rRead more esponse in industrial growth while key factor inputs and control variables accounted for 10.38% and 0.13% in Nigeria respectively. Specifically, contract intensive money has the highest shocks from the total financial institution shocks followed by lending rate and financial deepening shocks. For economic institutions, it is control of corruption, afterward, rule of law, government effectiveness, and regulatory quality. In the case of political institutions, political stability and the absence of violence has the highest shocks followed by voice & accountability. Read less



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Professional Training and Employee Performance: An Empirical Evidence from Accounting and Auditing Firms

AUTHORS: Olowe, F. T1 , Adekunle, O. A2 , Olubunmi, E. M1 , Olowe, S. O3

ABSTRACT: This study examined the influence of professional training on employee performance with particular reference to accounting and auditing firms. The study uses a purposive sampling method to select the best ten accounting and auditing firms, while a structured questionnaire was used to collect data from the respondents. Data analysis was performed with the aid of percentage, mean and OLS. The result established that professional training has a positive and significant relationship with employee performance. The study also affirmed that staff of the selected accounting and auditing firms were trained via on-the-job training, team discussion or seminar, classroom training, conference method, programmed instructions, off-the-job training, and vestibule or training center training. The study also confirmed that thaRead more t open-mindedness of trainers and trainees is the most major factor affecting professional training, followed by lack of specialized training, lack of management support, type of training implementation, content and expertise, lack of qualified and experienced auditing educators, lack of attention towards auditing training by the auditors, emotional intelligence and employees individual attitude and job-related factors. The study, therefore, concluded that effective professional training is a veritable tool for employee performance in accounting and auditing firms. Subsequently, the study recommended that the management of accounting and auditing firms should encourage their staff to attend seminars and conferences locally and abroad. Thus, it will empower them with an array of accounting and auditing skills Read less



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30 DEC 2021


Volume 1, Issue 10 2021


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