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51.

Y. Justin Koilpillai

Studies on the effect of physical parameters on the production of protease enzyme

Sustainable utilization, management and conservation of bioresources

St.Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli

10 &

11-01-2013



52.

Y. Justin Koilpillai

Phytochemical analysis and in vitro antioxidant activity from the extract of Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennel – A multipurpose medicinal plant

Sustainable utilization, management and conservation of bioresources

St.Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli

10 &

11-01-2013



53.

Y. Justin Koilpillai

Pharmacognostic studies of Solanum incanum L.

Sustainable utilization, management and conservation of bioresources


St.Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli

10 &

11-01-2013



Department: CHEMISTRY

1.

M. Amaladasan

Chemical and Biological characterization of transition metal ions of Bis (Benzil) ethylene diamine with O-phenylene diamine.

International Conference on Biotechnological innovations towards global development

BishopHeber College,

Tiruchirappalli



09 &

10-01-2013



2.

M. Amaladasan

Synthesis, characterization and biological screening of 10 membered tetraazam acrocyclic transition metal complexes containing hydrazine hydrochloride.

International Conference

Periyar University,

Salem


20 to

22-02-2013




3.

A. N. Paul Angelo

Design, Microwave Assisted Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel [16]-Membered Macrocyclcic ligand and its Co(III), Ni(II), and Cu(II) complexes

National Conference, on Recent Advances in Inorganic Chemistry

(RAIC-2012)



Bharathidasan University,

Tiruchirappalli



22 to

24-03-2012



4.

A. N. Paul Angelo

Design, Microwave Assisted Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel [17]-Membered Dioxadiaza Pseudo Macrocyclic Ligand and Its Co(III), Ni(II), and Cu(II) complexes

National Conference, on Recent Advances in Inorganic Chemistry

(RAIC-2012)



Bharathidasan University,

Tiruchirappalli



22 to

24-03-2012



5.

A. N. Paul Angelo

Microwave Assisted Synthesis, Characterization and Electrochemical Investigation of [16]-Membered Tetraaza Macrocyclic Ligand and its Co(III), Ni(II), Cu(II), Lanthanide(III) and Uranyl complexes

National Conference, on Recent Advances in Inorganic Chemistry

(RAIC-2012)



Bharathidasan University,

Tiruchirappalli



22 to

24-03-2012



6.

A. N. Paul Angelo

Design, Microwave Assisted Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel [16]-Membered Dioxadiaza Pseudo Macrocyclic Ligand and Its Co(III), Ni(II), andCu(II) complexes

Recent Applications of Nanomaterials in Chemistry and Environmental Research (RANCER 2012)


Kongu Engg College, Erode

20 &

21-07-2012



7.

A. N. Paul Angelo

Design, Microwave Assisted Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel [17]-Membered Macrocyclic Ligand and Its Co(III), Ni(II), and Cu(II) complexes’

Recent Applications of Nanomaterials in Chemistry and Environmental Research (RANCER 2012)

Kongu Engg College, Erode

20 &

21-07-2012



8.

A. N. Paul Angelo

Synthesis and Characterization of Gd(III) sequestered [18]-Membered Dioxadiaza Macrocyclic ligand and its transmetallated Co(III), Ni(II) and copper(II) complexes

International conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry (ICBIC-2013)

Periyar University,

Salem.



20 to

22-02-2013




9.

A. S. Stella Shalini

Chemical and Biological characterization of transition metal ions of Bis (Benzil) ethylene diamine with O-phenylene diamine.

International Conference on Biotechnological innovations towards global development,

BishopHeber College, Tiruchirappalli


09 &

10-01-2013



10.

A. S. Stella Shalini

Synthesis, characterization and biological screening of 10 membered tetraazamacrocyclic transition metal complexes containing hydrazine hydrochloride.

International conference

Periyar University,

Salem.


20 to

22-02-2013




11.

A. Leo Standly

Phytochemical Analysis of the Medicinal Plant – Tragia plukenetii


International conference on Sustainable Utilization, Management & Conservation of Bioresources (ICSMCB 13)

Department of Botany, St.Joseph’s College,

Tiruchirappalli




10 &

11-01-2013



Department: COMMERCE

1.

LJ. Chaarlas

Pareto analysis of factors contributing to job satisfaction

5th National Conference on Business & Finance.


Jamal Institute of Mgt & Jamal Mohamed College,

Tiruchirappalli

(978-81-909104-1-5)

pp. 399-403)



03-03-2012


2.

LJ. Chaarlas

Deducing a mathematical model for job enrichment as a function of personal environment

Recent Trends in Indian Services Marketing



Holy Cross College, Tiruchirappalli

( 978-89-922545-0-0,

pp. 137-141)


Mar 2012

3.

LJ. Chaarlas

Co-integration and volatility in the prices of spot and future of gold in India

International Conference on Management Issues in Emerging Economies

SASTRA University

17&

18-08-2012



4.

LJ. Chaarlas

A fuzzy approach in exploring the style of investing of equity investors

International Conference on Management Issues in Emerging Economies

SASTRA University

17&

18-08-2012



5.

LJ. Chaarlas

Measuring the knowledge of investors on derivatives – a prerequisites for retailing derivatives products

International Conference on Management Issues in Emerging Economies

SASTRA University

17&

18-08-2012



6.

LJ. Chaarlas

A study on the perception of the major domains of csr among prospective executives & entrepreneurs in Tamil Nadu

International Conference on Management Issues in Emerging Economies

SASTRA University

17&

18-08-2012



7.

LJ. Chaarlas

Using foreign institutional investment as a tool towards corporate social responsibility

International Conference on Management Issues in Emerging Economies

SASTRA University

17&

18-08-2012



8.

LJ. Chaarlas

An analysis of the impact of Managers s on agriculture in India


Annual Conference of Association of Economists of Tamil Nadu – XXXIII,

Department of Economics, Periyar University

27 &

28-10-2012



9.

LJ. Chaarlas

Foreign institutional investment and Indian economy: A theoretical analysis of the impact

Eight International Seminar on Financial Markets: Issues and Challenges

Bharathidasan University

Tiruchirappalli



05 &

06-01-2013



10.

LJ. Chaarlas

Safety and integrity: requirements of derivatives market in India

Eight International Seminar on Financial Markets: Issues and Challenges

Bharathidasan University

Tiruchirappalli



05 &

06-01-2013



11.

LJ. Chaarlas

Managers: a new tool for corporate for csr

Contemporary Corporate Ethical Environment: Challenges and Strategies

Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women, Periyakulam

07 &

08-02-2013



12.

LJ. Chaarlas

Brand extension: a corporate ethical dimension

Contemporary Corporate Ethical Environment: Challenges and Strategies

Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women, Periyakulam

07 &

08-02-2013



13.

LJ. Chaarlas

Socially responsible investment - commitment of the corporate to the society

Contemporary Corporate Ethical Environment: Challenges and Strategies

Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women, Periyakulam

07 &

08-02-2013



14.

LJ. Chaarlas

Using foreign institutional investment as a tool towards corporate social responsibility

Contemporary Corporate Ethical Environment: Challenges and Strategies

Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women, Periyakulam



07 &

08-02-2013



15.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Risk Tolerance of Women Entrepreneurs: Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.

Women entrepreneurship – Issues and Challenges

Providence College for Women, Coonoor,

The Nilgiris



2012

16.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Efficiency of financial risk tolerance of portfolio investors in their financial goals using Data Envelopment Analysis.

Innovative management practices for global competitiveness organises

Dept of Management,

Sri Vasavi College, Erode



2012

17.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Specialty Hospitals – a hope for enhanced quality service

Reading the DNA of business: challenges and opportunities ahead,

Dept of Mgt Studies, Eswari Engineering College, Chennai

2012

18.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Danger can Never be overcome without taking financial risk tolerance: Data envelopment Analysis

Financial Markets: Issues and Challenges

Bharathidasan University,

Tiruchirappalli



2013

19.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Evaluating the soundness of selected infrastructure Mutual Funds schemes in State Bank of India

Financial Markets: Issues and Challenges

Bharathidasan University,

Tiruchirappalli



2013

20.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Risk Tolerance: A Case study on financial time horizon using Data Envelopment Analysis

Contemporary Issues and Challenges of Indian Business in Global Scenario,

Jamal Mohamed College,

Tiruchirappalli



2013

21.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Risk Tolerance: Finance Vs Job Security Using Data Envelopment Analysis

Competency Building Strategies in Business and Technology for Sustainable Development

Sri Ganesh School of Business Management, Mettupatti, Salem.

2013

22.

I. Francis Gnanasekar

Risk Tolerance: A Case Study on Financial decision using Data Envelopment Analysis

Banking and Finance.


Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Cochin

2013

23.

S. Mariadoss SJ

Dimensional Analysis of Micro enterprises Owners’ sustainability perception in Tamil Nadu, India

Instituto Politechnico Nacional,

Mexico City

16-10-2012

24.

V. Bastin Jerome

Health status of women domestic workers in India

Health Economics and Management, Third International Seminar



Rajah Serfoji Government College, Tanjore -5

13 &

14-12- 2012



Department: COMMERCE (COMPUTER APPLICATIONS)

1.

N. Maheswari

Emergence of mobile banking in rural India.

Configuring ICT towards Rural India

VHNS Nadar College,

Virudhunagar



05-01-2013

2.

F. X. Virgin Fraga

Entrepreneurial Capabilities to meet the global

International Challenges of Global Enterpreneurship in the 21st Century

Bon Secours College (W),

Thanjavur



30-08-2012

3.

F. X. Virgin Fraga

India emerging power economic development with regard to performance

India - An energing Economic Power

Jamal Mohamed College

Tiruchirappalli



04-02-2012

4.

F. X. Virgin Fraga

Banking Climate in the service sector

Contemporary Issues in Global Business Management

Karpagam University,

Coimbatore



22-02-2012

5.

F. X. Virgin Fraga

Problems and challenges in small enterprises with reference to organisational climate

Problems and Challenges in the Management of Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises

Jamal Mohamed College

Tiruchirappalli



25-02-2012

Department: Computer Science

1.

L. Arockiam

Positional - LCS: A Position based algorithm to find Longest Common Subsequence (LCS) in Sequence Database (SDB)

IEEE Internat.

Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing



–



2.

L. Arockiam

HeurisFCP – A Heuristic Approach to Identify Frequent Contiguous Patterns (FCP) in Sequence Database

Inter-national Conference on Radar, Comm. and Computing

–



3.

L. Arockiam

Privacy in Cloud Computing: A Survey

International Conference of Advanced CS & Information

–



4.

S. Britto Ramesh Kumar

Architecture for Integrated and Intelligent Security for Mobile Web Services

International Conference on Intelligent Infrastructure

–



5.

C. Lalitha

Determination of Metabolic disorder among adults using supervised learning techniques


International Conference on Emerging trends in IT

–



6.

T. Kokilavani

An Ant Colony Optimization Based Load Sharing Technique for Meta Task Scheduling In Grid Computing

Advances In Computing and Information Technology

–



Department: ECONOMICS

1.

G. Gnanasekaran

A Comparative Analysis of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Special Economic Zone in India

The Association of Economists of Tamil Nadu

–



2.

G. Gnanasekaran

Current problems and future prospects of Indian Economy

ICSSR sponsored National level

Periyar University, Salem

27 &

28-12-2012



3.

G. Iruthayaraj

A study on small Onion Cultivation in Pullambadi Block of Trichy District

33rd Annual conference of AET

Periyar University, Salem

27 &

28-10-2012



4.

G. Iruthayaraj

An overview of Second Green Revolution in India

Seminar on Second Green Revolution



24 &

25-03-2012



5.

L. Arockiasamy

Grapping with Poverty

Conference of Association of Economics of TN

Periyar University, Salem

27 &

28-10-2012



6.

A. John Sundararaj

Migration as cause and consequence of poverty

33rd Annual Conference of AET

Periyar University, Salem

27 &

28-10-2012



7.

M. Suvakkin

Self Help Groups and Poverty Reduction in India

33rd Annual Conference of AET

Periyar University, Salem

27 &

28-10-2012



8.

M. Suvakkin

Public Enterprises And Economic Development-Current Scenario

National Level Seminar

Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy

22-01-2013

9.

A. Justin Thiraviam


Issues related to use of Chemical Fertilizer in Agricultural Sector in India

33rd Annual Conference of AET

Periyar University, Salem

27 &

28-10-2012



10.

S. P. Robert

FDI in retail and Vision Tamil Nadu 2023 in Agricultural Productivity

Association of Economics of Tamil Nadu



27-10-2012

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