We glad to announce that the launch of this issue of AIMA Journal of
Management and Research( AJMR), a peer-reviewed journal developed to assist
researchers to grow at all levels - academics, scientists, professors,
post-docs and doctorate students who are seeking publishing opportunities
for their research work. The journal aims to publish a broad-ranging open
access research articles and case studies. Eminent editors across the world,
support us in reviewing the articles and manuscripts.
The current issue of AJMR is a collection of research articles from a wide
range of topics. The first article "We do not have Dodd-Frank, but shareholders' activism is on rise in India "
examines important issues on executive compensation,
regulatory and institutional frameworks, and role of proxy advisory firms.
The second article titled "Intercultural Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and
Emotional Quotient: A Study of Undergraduate and
Post Graduate students in India ", examines the workplaces
culturally & ethical diversity due to globalisation and tries
to develop correlation relationship between emotional intelligence (EQ),
intercultural sensitivity (ICS)and self-esteem
(SE). The findings of the survey are very interesting and noteworthy.
The third article "Academic & Industry Perspectives in Management
Education in Technical Institute in the Era of
Paradigm Shift " aims at identifying new knowledge
streams/disciplines likely to emerge in the evolving technology and
suggesting specialized courses to help meet manpower requirements of the
industry. The study covers in-depth interviews
with 35 top academicians and industry professional. And the study proposes a
KASH Model for grooming management
graduates, ie.A candidate with technical as well as management knowledge,
attitude, skill and habits (KASH).
The fourth Article titled "Resistance Towards Green Banking Adoption In
Delhi NCR: A Grounded Theory Approach ". The
study aims to address the theoretical knowledge gap amid acceptance of green
banking and its adoption within the users.
In this regard, the study examines the elements that act as hindrances and
restrains people from adopting green banking
products and services.
"COVID-19 and the Indian Higher Education Scenario: Challenges and
Recommendations " is the fifth article in this
edition. This paper suggests measures which may be adopted by the higher
educational institutes to ensure that there is
no disruption of learning for the learners.
The last article in this edition is on "Assessment Of The Regulatory
Aspects Of Supply Chain Management Of Hazardous
Materials, (Hazmat) With Respect To The Indian Chemical Industry "
the objective of the research paper is to study the
prevailing regulatory framework for supply-chain management of HAZMAT in
context of Indian chemical industry. The study
covers the HAZMAT regulatory framework, classification of the multiple Acts
& Rules in India, by different stages of the
supply chain. The study expands by comparative assessment with some best
practices in EU & recommendations. The study
can be used to develops a theoretical framework for better HAZMAT management
We hope you would like the compilation of article and they would help
develop a knowledge base in respective areas. We
look forward to receiving your feedback and suggestions.
AJMR is also inviting you to submit a manuscript which provides envisioned
to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed
research, reports, review articles, thesis report, book review and a case
study in all areas of management.
Hassle-free online submission, detailed expert peer review, rapid
publication High visibility, and wide distribution are
some of the key features of AJMR.
AJMR gives free access to all abstracts and full research papers to all its
We are abstracted and indexed reputed international journals/publications.
We look forward to received research articles, case studies, manuscripts and
book review from our learned readers.