An Examination of the Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and Profitability with reference to State Bank of India

Priyanka Saha Assistant Professor, Bangabasi Morning College, Kolkata. Email:  Volume 4, Number 1 I Full Text PDF Abstract In India, the banking sector has significant history of getting engaged themselves in different kind of social activities which are known as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The paper examines the relationship between CSR and profitability of […]

Effects of Non-Performing Assets on Banks Performance and Preventive Measures to Manage NPA

Subrata Jana Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Bankura Sammilani College. Email:   Volume 3, July 2017 I Full Text PDF Abstract: In Indian economy, Banks play a very important role in functioning of organized financial sector. A healthy, well organized and very efficient banking system is a pre requisite for economic growth of India. Indian […]

Impact of Working Capital Policies on Profitability and Shareholder’s Wealth in Indian Steel Industry: a Panel Data Approach

Lalit Kumar Joshi Lecturer, Department of Commerce, the Bhawanipur Education Society College, Kolkata. Email:  Volume 3, July 2017 I Full Text PDF Abstract Financing and investing decisions relating to the working capital is one of the most important aspects of decision making. Financial decisions are made at the higher managerial levels and with the […]

Impact of Financial Recession on Liquidity and Profitability of TATA Steel Limited: an Empirical Inquest

Lalit Kumar Joshi Lecturer, Department of Commerce, The Bhawanipur Education Society College, Kolkata Volume 2, 2016  I  Full Text PDF Abstract Working capital management entails planning and controlling the levels and use of liquid funds or the current assets. It determines the appropriate mix of firm’s current assets in order to maintain short term solvency […]