EP Journal of Business Management

EP Journal of Business Management

Volume : 6
Issue : 1
Frequency : 3 Issue(s)/Year
Issn : 2348-6120 (Print)
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An EP Journal of Business Management is published quarterly by Enriched publications. EP Journal of Business Management is peer reviewed journal and monitored by a team of reputed editorial board members. This journal consists of research articles, reviews, and case studies on Management. This journal mainly focuses on the latest and most common subjects of its domain.

Articles of this Issue
1. Green Innovative Entrepreneurship and Waste Management
Author Deepshikha Login
Pages 1 to 9
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 This paper demonstrates the innovative entrepreneurial activities for waste management. Americans

alone are responsible for producing a hopping of 220 million tons of  waste in a year. In the next 12
years alone, South Asia — and “mainly India” — will be the fastest growing region for waste
generation, says a paper published  (Oct 31) in Nature.    About 0.1 million tonnes of municipal solid
waste is generated in India every day. That is approximately 36.5 million tonnes annually. Per capita
waste generation in major Indian cities ranges from 0.2 Kg to 0.6 Kg. Difference in per capita waste
generation between lower and higher income groups range between 180 to 800 gm per day. The
urban local bodies spend approximately Rs.500 to Rs.1500 per tonne on solid waste for collection,
transportation, treatment and disposal. About 60-70% of this amount is spent on collection, 20-30%
on transportation and less than 5% on final disposal. Calorific value of Indian solid waste is between
600 and 800 Kcal/Kg and the density of waste is between 330 and 560 Kg/m3.  Waste collection
efficiency in Indian cities ranges from 50% to 90%. Out of the total municipal waste collected, on an
average 94% is dumped on land and 5% is composted. This number is far more in other nation of the
world. Accumulation of waste causes earth surface temperature and sub ocean temperature to rise.
This could affects forest area ,water supplies, desert area, rainfall etc. Because of this fact both the
government and environmental associations have developed various methods of dealing with the
problem. More and  companies are also making wealth from waste by using new innovative methods
of turning garbage in to gold. In the paper various innovative techniques of turning garbage in to
gold will be discussed.
 
2. The Interrelationship of MSMES and Exports in India: An Empirical Validation
Author Dr Namita Rajput , Dr. Anuradha Jain , Ms. Jyotsna Login
Pages 10 to 26
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 India is considered as one of the fastest rising economies of the world with an average growth rate of above 8%

in the recent past. Micro, Small and Medium enterprise has emerged as a highly vibrant and dynamic sector of
the Indian economy over the last six decades. The importance of MSME has been recognized in recent years in
both developed and developing countries for its significant contribution in gratifying various socio-economic
objectives such as higher growth of employment, output, promotion of exports and fostering entrepreneurship.
The paper attempts to focus the present status of performance of MSMEs in India, growth patterns and future
prospects. The Indian economy is expected to grow by over 8 per cent per annum until 2020 and can become
the second largest in the world, ahead of the United States, by 2050, and the third largest after China and the
United States by 2032. In this context it is very important to examine the role of MSMEs for economic growth of
India. To examine the role of MSME sector in growth of Indian economy through exports, time series data has
been collected from secondary sources mainly from MSME ministry website from 1991-2016.To gauge this,
data is tested for stationarity using Augmented Dickey Fuller Test and Philip Perron and to test the long term
dynamics and relationship between exports and MSME sector Johenson's Co integration approach is used,
and to understand direction of causality Granger causality/Block Exogeneity Wald test is used to conclude the
objective of the study. Amongst the key results it is found that there is Co- integration between them confirming
a long term relationship .The results of a long run relationship between them is confirmed by Granger
Causality and VAR Granger causality/Block Exogeneity Wald tests showing bidirectional causal relationship.
Therefore this study concludes by recommending, the strategy to improve the manufacturing ability of the
MSME sector is expected to improve the competitiveness of their products and enhance exports. Higher value
addition, skill development and training, thrust on standardization and quality, access to affordable credit,
impetus for innovation, etc. would be essential elements in this endeavour.
 
 
3. Reverse Mentoring For Knowledge Transfer: An Innovative Alternate to Mentoring
Author Dr. Mamta Ratti Login
Pages 27 to 32
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 Reverse Mentoring is the advanced form of traditional mentoring method. The junior staff members

appointed recently guides their seniors to make them aware about the effects of technological
advancement on their routine working. The study is descriptive in nature. This study explores the
scope of reverse mentoring as an effective tool to face the environmental challenges for the business
firm. This study investigates the various experiences of the executives as well as academicians
working on the teaching methods. The findings showed that few pre-requisites should be followed
strictly to make the technique successful. The study concludes with the statement Reverse mentoring
isn't just a one-way street.”
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