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SBI to bring in green-channel banking

The State Bank of India is set to introduce green-channel banking to promote paperless work and reduce footfall of customers in the already over-burdened ATMs and branches. p>

SBI general manager for network-I D Mozumdar said here on Saturday that apart from regular counters, a new counter was being opened in which customers could swipe their ATM cards and enter the pin code to receive cash from the person manning the counter. “In this way, there will be no requirement for paperwork and the process of money withdrawal will be fast,” he said.

Under the financial inclusion scheme of the Reserve Bank of India, SBI has been asked to take up responsibilities in 43 of the 156 “under-banked” blocks of the state, besides extending banking facilities to 408 villages having a population of over 2,000 people. Mozumdar said SBI would connect 200 villages by March this year through different banking techniques. “We do not require brick and mortar branches these days to extend banking facilities because technology has made the work easier and SBI is fortunate to have all the modern banking technology,” he said.

All 200 villages where SBI is planning to launch services by March will be on technology platform that includes micro-ATM or mobile-based banking in which the customers having a mobile phone can access his or her account through the cell phone and bio-metric smart cards by which a user is identified on a hand-held machine through finger prints. Business correspondents appointed by bank will also disburse cash along with printed receipts and through kiosk-mode in which the bank provides a laptop with face-reading and voice-recognition software to enable transactions.

URBANIZATION A PROBLEM TO FOOD PRODUCTION AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

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1. URBANIZATION A PROBLEM TO FOOD PRODUCTION AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT.A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE 2. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADULT EDUCATION GRADUATES IN ENUGU STATE NIGERIA. 3. EMPLOYMENT WELFARE PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATIONLIMITED (NITEL) 4. THE GROWTH OF INDIGENOUS FIRMS IN NIGERIA PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS: (A CASE STUDY OF AJAOKUTA STEEL COMPANY LIMITED IN KOGI STATE) 5. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PREREQUISITE FOR HIGH PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF BEECHAM PLC) 6. THE IMPACT OF NEWS COMMENTARIES ON RADIO LISTENERS (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL RADIO CORPORATION OF NIGERIA ENUGU) 7. EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF ESUT, ENUGU) 8. THE ROLE OF PLANNING AND FORECASTING IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF EASTERN SHOP NIGERIA LIMITED OGUI ENUGU, ENUGU STATE) 9. STRATEGIESOF PROMOTING PRODUCTIVITY IN CIVIL SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVICES COMMISSION) 10. MAN-POWER TRAINING AS AN AID TO MANAGEMENT IN BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE NIGERIA LIMITED ENUGU) 11. THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF NBC PLC ENUGU) 12. THE PROBLEMS OF HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION IN HIGHER INSTITUTION (A CASE STUDY OF IMT, ENUGU STATE) 13. SOLVING UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM, THROUGH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NKANU EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ENUGU STATE 14. TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS IN MULTI-CAMPUSES IN HIGHER INSTTUTION OF LEARNNG AND THEIR POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS (A CASE STUDY OF I.M.T ENUGU). 15. AN EVALUATION OF DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL IN THE LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS (A CASE STUDY OF OANDO PLC ENUGU) 16. FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT. (A case study of Enugu North Local government) 17. INFLUENCE OF STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON OPERATIONS OF NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION. (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO ENUGU. 18. THE IMPACT OF APPRENTICESHIP ON THE MANPOWER NEEDS IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS) 19. LOGISTIC OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN BREWERIES (A CASE STUDY OF GLODEN GUINEA BREWERIER COMPANY) 20. CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENUGU 21. THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL UNREST ON MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY (A case study of Enugu State Water Corporation) 22. PROBLEMS FACING STUDENTS OF HIGH INSTITUTION OF LEARNING AND THEIR SOLUTION. (A CASE STUDY OF ABSU) 23. AN ACCOUNT FOR THE LOW PRODUCTIVITY IN PUBLIC CORPORATIONS IN NIGERIA. A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER AUTHORITY NEPA, ENUGU ZOANL OFFICE. 24. TRADE UNIONISM AND ITS INFLUENCE ON MANAGEMENT POLICIES IMPLEMENTATION (CASE STUDY OF LIFE BREWERIES PLC ONITSHA) 25. ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION SYSTEM DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT IN THE SOFT DRINK INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF LIMCA BOTTLING PLANT OKIGWE) 26. THE CAUSES OF FAILURES AMONG SOME MANAGERS IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION. A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK NIG. PLC ENUGU. 27. THE IMPACT OF MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING IN EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF PARASTATAL (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA RAILWAY CORPORATION EASTERN DIVISION ENUGU) 28. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE STRATEGIES OF EXPORTATION OF MADE IN NIGERIA GOODS IS A TOPIC CHOSEN FROM MARKETING FIELD. 29. THE ROLE OF MARKETING STRATEGY IN DETERMINING CONSUMER PURCHASING BEHAVIOUR (A CASE STUDY OF GUINESS NIGERIA PLC) 30. conflict as an organization life 31. THE IMPACT OF INCENTIVE / WELFARE SCHEMES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WORKERS (A CASE STUDY OF NEPA ENUUG) 32. SURVIVAL STRATEGY ADOPTION BY SMALL SCALE RETAIL OUTLET IN NIGERIA.(A CASE STUDY OF ROBAN SUPERMARKET G.R.A. ENUGU) 33. MANPOWER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AS A TOOL FOR HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF FLOURMILL EMENE ENUGU) 34. THE IMAPCT OF STAFF CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP ON ORGANIZATIONAL IMAGE(A CASE STUDY OF UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA (UBA) PLC) 35. STOCK MANAGEMENT IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY. A CASE STUDY OF ROYAL PALACE HOTEL ENUGU 36. THE NEED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN A DEPRESSED ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIALISTS (NASSI) ENUGU STATE CHAPTER) 37. THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) (A CASE STUDY IN ENUGU STATE) 38. THE PURPOSE AND USE OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTNCY FIRM IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ONITSHA SOUTH (L.G.A) IN ANAMBRA STATE) 39. SURVEY ON THE POSSIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING INDUSTRY IN IMT ENUGU A RESEARCH PAPER 40. STRESS AND FRUSTRATION AMONG NIGERIAN BUSINESS MANAGERS. (A CASE STUDY OF STAR PAPER MILLS NIG. LTD ABA, ABIA STATE) 41. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT (A CASE STUDY OF IMT) 42. PROBLEMS OF MANAGEMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FARMER IN UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE) 43. THE EMPLOYMENT CREATION POTENTIALS OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS IN ANOCHA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ANAMBRA STATE 44. MANAGING INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ESUT) ENUGU) 45. THE ROLE OF SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIES IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA 46. AN EVALUATION OF LEADERSHIP STYLES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE (A CASE STUDY OF NDE ENUGU) 47. THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS AND SOCIAL RASPONSIBILITIES OF BUSINESS ORGANISATION ( A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY PLC ENUGU ) 48. TRADE FAIR AS AN INSTRUMENT OF INCREASING SALES IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION. A CASE STUDY OF EMILY MILLIONAIRE INDUSTRY LIMITED, ENUGU. 49. RECRUITMENT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES IN ORGANIZATIONS AND COMPANIES (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE BROADCATING SERVICE (ESBS) 50. ENTREPRENEURSHIP EFFECTIVENESS IN SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY MACON’S BAKERY INDUSTRY ENUGU) 51. EXPORTATION OF -MADE IN NIGERIA- GOODS AS A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NIGERIA ECONOMY 52. APPRAISING THE FINANCIAL CONTROL APPROACHES IN NIGERIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 53. THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM ON BANK LENDING DECISIONS.(A CASE STUDY OF STANDARD TRUST BANK PLC, ENUGU) 54. THE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON THE NIGERIA ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF NNEWI NORTH L.G.A. IN ANAMBRA STATE) 55. THE ROLE OF TRADE FAIRS IN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 56. CONTRIBUTION OF SMALL-SCALE BUSINESS TO NATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED BAKERIES IN ENUGU URBAN) 57. MANAGING A CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY AS SMALL BUSINESS VENTURE, A CASE STUDY OF A CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY SUPERMARKET, OJI-RIVER 58. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA(A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE TRANSPORT COMPANY LIMITED) 59. ANALYZING ADMINISTRATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL IN ENUGU URBAN 60. COMMUNICATION A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT (CASE STUDY OF THE STAR PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY LIMITED ENUGU) 61. CHM ENGR) PRODUCTION OF PLANT MIRROR USING LOCAL RAW MATERIAL 62. CONSUMERISM IN NIGERIA (THE ROLE OF NAFDAC AND APOCN) 63. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT A CASE STUDY 64. AN ANAYSIS OF THE USES AND ABUSES OF PUBLIC RELATION IN MANAGEMENT IN SELECTED NIGERIA BUSINESS ORGANIZATION 65. EFFICIENT CORPORATE IMAGE MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR ENHANCING PROFITABILITY. (A CASE STUDY OF PHINOMAR NIG. LTD. NGWO) 66. MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC. 67. THE IMPACT OF SUPERVISOR ON EFFECTIVE BANK MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF UNITED BANK OF AFRICAN PLC (U.B.A) STATION ROAD ENUGU) 68. the Effect of Cost Control on Profit Maximization (A Case Study of Nigeria Bag Manufacturing Company) Plc, Iganmu Lagos State 69. TRAINING DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION AS A MEANS OF BOOSTING EMPLOYEE MORALE IN AN ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF CADBURY NIGERIA PLC LAGOS 70. EFFECTS OF PENSION SCHEMES ON THE NIGERIAN WORKERS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 71. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SOURCES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE PATTERN OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 72. ANALYSIS OF FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR LOW PRODUCTIVITY OF NIGERIA WORKERS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF NBL 9TH MILE CORNERS NGWO) 73. GOODWILL MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF PHINOMAR FEEDS NIG. LTD NGWO 74. THE PROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN ENUGU STATE. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 75. ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF INSTITUTE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY) ENUGU 76. ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS OBJECTIVE AND THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENT THROUGH EFFECTIVE COST CONTROL (A CASE STUDY OF LAKE CONCRETE INDUSTRIES LIMITED, ENUGU STATE) 77. THE EFFECT OF MONETARY INCENTIVE ON WORKERS PERFORMANCES IN NIGERIA ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF IMT ENUGU) 78. THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH (A CASE STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUND ENUGU AREA OFFICE) 79. MOTIVATION A SUCCESS FACTOR IN ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO NIGERIA LIMITED) 80. THE IMPACT OF INCENTIVE (WELFARE SCHEME) ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WORKERS: A CASE STUDY OF NEPA PLC ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 81. THE MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF HOTEL PRESIDENTIAL ENUGU) 82. MANAGEMENT OF CRISES IN AN ORGANIZATION. (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO PLC EMENE ENUGU) 83. THE PROBLEMS OF FINANCING A SMALL SCALE BUSINESS IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF GARRI PROCESSING INDUSTRY ABAKPA NIKE ENUGU 84. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT (A CASE STUDY OF NEAP, ENUGU DISTRICT) 85. CHEM ENGR) ANALYSIS OF CRUDE PALM OIL 86. THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANISATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO COMPANY ENUGU) 87. TAXATION AS A MAJOR SOURCE OF GOVERNMENT FUNDING (A Case Study of the Enugu State Board of Internal Revenue). 88. IMPROVING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND MORALE THROUGH EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE WATER CORPORATION). 89. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF STUDENT HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION PROBLEM IN THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T.) ENUGU. 90. CHEM ENGR)DESULPHURISATION KEROSENE 91. THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHIC AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK PLC.) 92. THE ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN A CORPORATE ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF NITEL PLC ENUGU) 93. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT (A CASE STUDY OF I.M.T) 94. COMMUNICATION AS A MAJOR TOOL IN DIRECTING FUNCTION OF MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF NIPOST ORGANIZATION, ENUGU) 95. INVENTORY VALUATION MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL IN MANUFACTURING ORGANISATION. 96. THE EFECT OF UNCONTROLABLE IMPORTATION ON INDEGINEOUS INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC) 97. PROMOTING PRODUCTIVITY IN CIVIL SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION) 98. THE ROLE OF NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE IN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 99. MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS OF RURAL WATER SUPPLY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF WATER CORPORATION ENUGU) 100. GOVERNMENT REGULATION AND CONTROL OF BUSINESS IN A DEVELOPING ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF SUNRISE FLOUR MILLS NI. LTD.) 101. THE EFFECT OF INCENTIVES ON JOB PERFORMANCE IN DANNIC HOTELS LIMITED ENUGU STATE 102. .THE EFFECTS OF UNRESTRAINED IMPORTATION IN INDEGINOUS INDUSTRIES. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC) 103. EFFECTIVE MOTIVATIONAL PROGRAMMES AND PRODUCTIVITY IN GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS, (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE HEALTH MANAGEMENT BOARD) 104. THE ROLE OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMBRA EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT) 105. A STUDY ON THE STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN BUSINESS ORGANISAITONS IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF SOME SELECTED MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN ENUGU STATE) 106. THE IMPACT OF STRIKE ACTION IN THE ACHIEVMENT OF TRADE UNION AIMS IN AN ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA NION OF TEACHERS (NUT) ENUGU) 107. AN APPRAISAL OF THE CURRENT IMPLICATION OF PRIVATISATION OF NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATION LIMITED (NITEL) (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU ZONAL DISTRICT) 108. THE PROBLEMS OF DEBT MANAGEMENT IN FINACIAL INSTITUTION. (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK PLC GARDEN AVENUE ENUGU) 109. THE IMPACT OF CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERAI FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA). 110. THE MARKETING/DISTRIBUTION OF STULE FOOD IN ENUGU A CASE STUDY OF OGBETE MEANMARKET 111. THE ROLE OF WORKERS IN SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT (A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR DELTA STATE) 112. THE ROLE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN ENHANCING INDUSTRIAL HARMONY. (A CASE STUDY OF COTTON MILLS ONITSHA) 113. FUNCTIONS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AGENCIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTERPRENUERSHIP IN ENUGU STATE. (A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF EMPLOYMENT (N.D.E) 114. USE OF MANPOWER AUDIT FOR EFFICIENT MAN POWER PLANNING (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE) 115. EFFECTS OF PERSONNEL POLICIES ON ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO LTD. EMENE ENUGU) 116. POOR MANAGEMENT IN AN ORGANIZATION CAUSES, EFFECTS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTION (A CASE STUDY OF NTA ENUGU) 117. THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN CAPITAL IN ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE) 118. PRODUCT PLANNING DISTRIBUTION AND MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY’S PLC, ENUGU. 119. THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RELATIONS SKILL ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE OFFICE MANAGER 120. THE IMPACT OF THE PRESS IN SHAPING NIGERIAN POLITICAL STRUCTURE A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE 121. ANALYSING DEBT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC, ENUGU) 122. EFFECT AND EVALUATION OF LEADERSHIP STYLES AND ITS EFFICIENCY ( A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE NIGERIA PLC ENUGU STATE) 123. THE CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE ROLE OF PLANNING AND FORECASTING IN BUSINESS ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF EASTERN SHOP NIGERIA LIMITED OGUI ENUGU, ENUGU STATE) 124. THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY BANK IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA 125. THE PROBLEM OF MANAGING SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF EBERSON COMPANY NIGERIA LIMITED) 126. THE PRACTICE OF STAFF SELECTION AND INDUCTION IN UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC) 127. ANALYSING DEBT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC, ENUGU) 128. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF JUNIOR STAFF IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER AUTHORITY (N.E.P.A) ENUGU DISTRICT OFFICE) 129. PROBLEMS OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN ENUGU STATE GOVERNMENT PAPA STATES (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE (ESBS) ENUGU) 130. THE IMPACT OF STRIKE ACTION IN THE ACHIEVEMENT OF TRADE UNION AIMS IN AN ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA UNION OF TEACTERS (NUT) ENUGU STATE). 131. THE IMPACT OF THE TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM) ON PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF DIAMOND BANK, LTD OWERRI) 132. PEROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY FEMALE SECRETARIES IN BUSINESS ORGANISATION A (CASE STUDY OF NEPA). 133. THE IMPACT OF MONETARY INCENTIVE ON ORGANISATION PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK PLC ENUGU) 134. THE EFFECT OF STRATEGIC PLANNING ON ORGANISATION PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC EASTERN REGION) 135. The root causes of the problems in the private company a case study of Ekene Dili Chukwu Transport Ltd 136. THE EFFECTS OF MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON YESTERDAY’S SECRETARIES (A STUDY OF SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS). 137. THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF EMENE RICE MILLING COMPANY). 138. AN EVALUATION OF MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER LTD, LAGOS 139. THE ROLE OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY IMT ENUGU STATE) 140. WOMEN INVOLVEMENT IN COMMUNITY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF EKU IN ETHIOPE EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE) 141. THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING IN POLYTECHNICS (A CASE STUDY OF OUR SAVIOUR INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY) ENUGU. 142. DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY AS A MANAGEMENT STRATEGY (A CASE STUDY OF UNILEVER NIGERIA PLC ENUGU DEPOT, ENUGU-STATE) 143. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE IN BANKING OPERATION (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC ENUGU MAIN BRANCH) 144. CAUSES OF INFLATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA. 145. THE ROLE OF RETAILING BUSINESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF CITY GIFT SUPERMARKET ENUGU) 146. THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION GAP IN THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ORGANISATIONAL GOAL. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY ONITSHA.) 147. THE ROLE OF SMALL INDUSTRIES IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (CASE STUDY OFREDIMA SACHET WATER) 148. THE EFFECT OF PRIVATILATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION ON NIGERIA ECONOMY 149. MOTIVATION AS A MANAGEMENT TOOLS FOR INCREASING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF WORKERS (A CASE STUDY OF ENTRACO LIMITED ENUGU) 150. MANAGEMENT PROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF HOTELS (A CASE STUDY OF ROYAL PALACE HOTELS LTD ENUGU) 151. ATTITUDE OF CONSUMERS TOWARDS PUBLIC UTILITIES. (A CASE STUDY OF POWER HOLDING COMPANY FORMERLY CALLED NEPA) 152. THE APPRAISAL OF MAN POWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO ENUGU 153. MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER AUTHORITY PLC) 154. THE IMPACT OF FUEL SCARCITY ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ENUGU METROPOLIS AREA) 155. FUEL DISTRIBUTION IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS (A CASE STUDY OF NNPC ENUGU DEPOT) 156. INVEMTORY VALUATION AS AN AID TO MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF TEA- TIME PORTED INDUSTRY ENUGU) 157. THE EFFECT OF FUEL CRISES IN NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 157. MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS OF RURAL WATER SUPPLY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF WATER CORPORATION AWKA) 158. THE EFFECT OF POOR MANAGEMENT IN PRIVATE OWNER ESTABLISHMENT (A CASE STUDY OF POWERFUL LIMITED ENUGU STATE) 159. THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO A BUSINESS ORGANISATION 160. THE NEED FOR IMPROVED CUSTOMER SERVICES IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA ENUGU MAIN BRANCH) 161 THE IMPACT OF PERSONNEL SATISFACTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO ENUGU). 162. THE IMPACT OF CO-OPERATIVE ORGANIZATION (MULTI PURPOSE) IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ENUGU STATE. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS) 163. EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF MARKETING CONCEPT IN BANK SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF COMMERCIAL BANK IN ENUGU) 164. THE MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTS AND MEAN OF CREATING AWARENESS ON RADIO AND TELEVISION FOR BEVERAGES [A CASE STUDY OF MILO FOOD DRINKS] 165. AN APPRAISAL OF THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE CONSUMER CHOICE FOR CIGARETTE BRANDS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS 166 PROBLEMS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED PRIVATE BUSINESS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS) 167. AN EFFECTIVE MANAGERIAL CONTROL -A GIVE TO ORGANISATIONAL CONTROL.(A CASE STUDY OF EMNITE NIG. LTD). 168. THE CAUSES, EFFECTS AND REMEDIES OF ORGANISATION CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL. [A CAUSE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL ([UNTH) ENUGU] 169. THE CAUSE OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS FAILURES IN NIGERIA AND ITS REMEDIES. (ACASE STUDY OF ENUGU) 170. THE PROBLEMS OF FINANCIAL SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ALPHA PAPER MILL LTD. OGIDI) 171. STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING PETROLEUM PRODUCTS SCARCITY IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 172. THE ROLE OF MOTIVATION AND JOB SATISFACTION IN IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF ANCCOR FOODS AND PACKAGING NIGERIA LIMITED ENUGU 173. THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY(A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK NIGERIA PLC, ENUGU BRANCH). 174. MANAGEMENT OF EMPLOYEE WELFARE WITH EMPHASIS ON INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT AND SAFETY(A CASE STUDY OF NB PLC 9TH MILE CORNER ENUGU) 175. THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY ALUMINIUM INDUSTRY) 176. A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE PROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF TIMBER BUSINESS IN ENUGU STATE. A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU TIMBER DEALERS AND SAWERS ASSOCIATION KENYATA 177. FEASIBILITY OF DRINKING WATER BUSINESS IN CAMPUS III OF IMT ENUGU 178. THE IMPACT OF MOTIVATION ON STAFF OVERALL PERFORMANCE IN THE CIVIL SERVICE (A CASE STUDY ON MINISTRY OF EDUCATION – EBONYI) 179. THE IMPACT OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL ON PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC 9TH MILE CORNER ENUGU) 180. THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO ENUGU.) 181. THE GROWTH OF BUSINESS EDUCATION IN SOME SELECTED HIGHER INSTITUTION IN ENUGU METROPOLIS. 182. THE ISSUE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY A MUST TO NIGERIAN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF GUINNESS NIGERIA PLC) 183. THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC) 184. THE EFFECTS OF ADVERTISING ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR IN ENUGU METROPOLIS. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY 9TH MILE ENUGU.) 185. THE IMPACT OF MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING IN EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF PARASTATALS (A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER AUTHORITY ENUGU STATE) 186. ASSESSMENT OF THE CRITERIA FOR THE PROMOTION OF EMPLOYES IN ALO ALUMINIUM COMPANY. 187. THE IMPACT OF APPRENTICESHIP IN THE EXAMINATION OF MANPOWER IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS)

188. THE ROLE OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT ON THE NIGERIA BREWERY INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERY INDUSTRY 9TH MILE CORNER, ENUGU 189. MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF INVENTORY IN A MANUFACTURING ORGANISATION. (A case study of S. I. O. and ALLIED INDUSTRIES LTD ASABA) 190. ATTITUDE OF CONSUMERS TOWARDS NIGERIAN MADE GOODS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS) 191. THE EFFECTS OF FUEL CRISIS IN NIGERIA ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS) 192. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF MANGERS IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO LTD ENUGU 193. IMPROVING DISTRIBUTION EFFECTIVENESS IN MARKETING OPERATION 194. STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 195. THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ON MANAGEMENT EFFECTIVENESS IN NIGERIA.(A CASE STUDY OF ENTRACO ENUGU) 196. THE EFFECT OF RECRUITMENTS, SELECTION AND PLACEMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED INSURANCE FIRMS IN PORT HARCOURT 197. CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH L.G.A) 198. THE ROLE OF PLANNING AND FORECASTING IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF EASTERN SHOP NIGERIA LIMITED OGUI ENUGU, ENUGU STATE) 199. PROBLEM AND PROSPECT OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF EZINIHITTE IN IMO STATE) 200. THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF EMENE RICE MILLING COMPANY) 201. RETRENCHMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON THE MORAL OF WORKERS IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF IMT ENUGU) 202. THE EFFECT OF MONETARY INCENTIVE ON WORKERS PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIAN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIMITED ENUGU) 203. IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION IN A BUSINESS ORGANISATION 204. APPLICATION OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR OF NIGERIA ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE LTD, EMENE, ENUGU) 205. CHEM ENGR ) THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENT ON CORROSION 206. EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURE IN NIGERIA BUSINESS (CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK PLC ENUGU) 207. THE IMPACT OF MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE OIL INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED) 208. THE IMPORTANCE OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT AS A TOOL FOR COST REDUCTION IN MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES, PLC 9TH MILE CORNER) 209. THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION PROCESSES IN THE MAANGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS (A CASE STUDY OF NEPA, ENGU) 210. INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT AS AN IMPEDIMENT TO PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT. (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO EMENE, ENUGU) 211. THE IMPACT OF WELFARE SCHEME ON THE MOTIVATION OF WORKERS. [A CASE STUDY OF (ESBS) ENUGU] 212. TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH MASS TRANSIT 213. AN APPRAISAL OF LEADERSHIP STYLES AND ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE A CASE STUDY OF MR. BIGGS OKPARA AVENUE ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 214. The effect of retrenchment on the moral of workers AND PRODUCTIVITY. (A case study of federal radio corporation of Nigeria (fRcn) Enugu zone) 215. HND MANAGEMENT OF FRAUD IN THE NIGERIAN COMMERCIAL BANKS. (A SURVEY OF SELECTED BANKS IN NNEWI) 216. THE EFFECTS OF PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING ON EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY.(A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC 9TH MILE PLANTED AT NSUDE) 217. EFFECTS OF SELECTION PROCESS ON LABOUR TURNOVER AND PRODUCTIVITY OF EMPLOYEES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY PLC, 9TH MILE ENUGU) 218. THE IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF NITEL ENUGU) 219. THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT SUCCESSION IN AN ORGANISATION GOAL ATTAINMENT. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.) 220. CULTURAL INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN PROGRAMME IN BROADCASTING (A CASE STUDY OF -CHANNEL O’ PROGRAMME ON ENUGU RESIDENTS) 221. THE NEED FOR STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN DELTA-STATE (A CASE STUDY OF IKA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 222. THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN AN ORGANISATION PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY, 9TH MILE CORNER, ENUGU). 223. THE LATEST COMMUNICATION OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND THEIR EFFECT ON SECRETARIES PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES PLC (NB) ENUGU 224. COMMUNICATION AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC) 225. THE IMPACT OF -MARKETING MIX- IN THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF ORGANIZATION OBJECTIVE (A CASE STUDY OF UNILEVER BROTHERS NIGERIA PLC) 226. EVALUATION OF MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVE AND IT’S APPLICATIONS IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC NEW MARKET ROAD, ONITSHA). 227. EFFECTIVE INVENTORY CONTROL AS A MEANS OF IMPROVING AN ORGANIZATION IS PERFORMANCE. (A CASE STUDY OF NBC PLC) NINTH MILE CORNER, ENUGU 228. EFFECTS OF POOR MANAGEMENT IN PRIVATE OWNED ESTABLISHMENT A CASE STUDY OF POWERFUL LIMITED ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 229. THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCIES ON SMALL SCALE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT. (A CASE STUDY OF MACON BREAD INDUSTRY IN ENUGU STATE). 230. THE ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN COMMUNITY BANKING (A CASE STUDY OF NNEBUIFE COMMUNITY BANK NIGERIA LIMITED ENUGU). 231. THE CAUSES AND IMPACT OF CONFLICT IN AN ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK NIGERIA PLC ENUGU) 232. THE ROLE OF MANAGERS IN MANAGEMENT OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS. (A CASE STUDY OF TOP RANK HOTELS INDEPENDENCE LAYOUT ENUGU). 233. THE IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING AND CONTROL IN AN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF GENERAL COTTON MILL LTD. ONITSHA, ANAMBRA STATE) 234. IMPACT OF BUDGET AND BUDGETARY CONTROL (A CASE STUDY OF MORRIS FERTILIZER COMPANY MINNA, NIGERIA STATE) 235. EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN PRIVATE SECTOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY (A CASE STUDY OF JUHEL AND HADIS & DROMEDAS NIGERIA LIMITED) 236. THE USE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF NEWSPAPER) 237. PUBLIC RELATION AS AN AID TO SUCCESSFUL GOVERNMENT BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICES) 238. ADVERTISING: A SURVIVAL STRATEGY FOR MASS MEDIA ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELEVISION AUTHORITY, NTA, ENUGU) 239. IFFERENCE IN WAGES AND SALARIES STRUCTURE IN THE NIGERIA ECONOMIC (A CASE STUDY OF UNTH HEALTY SECTOR) 240. THE IMPACT OF EXCHANG RATE FLUCTUATION IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN NIGERIA. 241. MANAGING RURAL DEVELOPEMNT THROUGH INDUSTRILIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF AGWU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA0 242. THE USE OF THE COMMITTEES SYSTEM IN ORGANISATIONAL DECISION MAKING 243. SURVIVAL STRATEGY ADOPTION BY SMALL SCALE RETAIL OUTLET, IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF HERITAGE NIGERIA LIMITED, NEW HAEVEN ENUGU) 244. MOTIVATION AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR INCREASING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF WORKER (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE NIGERIA PLC) 245. survey of the effects of Human resources training and development in workers productivity 246. THE IMPACT OF FRINGE BENEFITS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WORERS IN HOTEL AND CATERING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF ZODIAC HOTEL LTD) 247. A critical appraisal of the strategies of exportation of made in Nigeria goods is a topic chosen from marketing field. 248. THE EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT STYLES ON WORKERS PRODUCTIVITY IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF HOTEL PRESIDENTIAL) 249. PROBLEM OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, ABUJA) 250. ND THE ROLE OF NIGERIAN MERCHANT BANK IN FINANCING INTERNATIONAL TRADE 251. CHEM ENGR) PRODUCTION OF PLASTIC MATERIALS 252. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ITS IMPACT ON PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO.) 253. STAFF INDUCTION AND TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR IMPROVING WORKERS’ EFFICIENCY (A CASE STUDY OF MILO EXPRESS COMPANY, LAGOS) 254. EMPLOYEE WELFARE PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA (NITEL LIMITED) 255. THE PROBLEMS OF INEFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN AN ORGANIZATION: (A CASE STUDY OF VETCO GRAY NIGERIA LIMITED, PORT-HARCOURT 256. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE STRATEGIES OF THE EXPORTATION OF MADE IN NIGERIA GOODS IS A TOPIC CHOSEN FROM MARKETING FIELD 257. THE ROLE OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF NIGERIA PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANIZATION. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN TELECOMMUNICATION LIMITED ENUGU) 258. THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE ON THE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF SELECTED GOVERNMENT PROSTRATES ( A CASE STUDY OF I.M. T. AND STAR PRINTING PUBLISHING COMPANY SPP. 259. THE IMPACT OF BUSINESS POLICY ON ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE 260. CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING IN NIGERIA (A CASE OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, (IMT) ENUGU) 261. PRIVATIZATION OF GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS AS A PANACEA FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH (A CASE STUDY OF NEPA ENUGU) 262. AN APPRAISAL OF THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE CONSUMER CHOICE FOR CIGARETTE BRANDS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS 263. THE EFFECTS OF BAD MANAGEMENT IN TODAY’S SOCIETY (A CASE STUDY OF ADAVHI PLASTIC COMPANY ABA, ABA METROPLIS) 264 LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM IN NIGERIA AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 265. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF BAD MANAGEMENT IN TODAY SOCEITY (A CASE STUDY OF IKEMU PLASTIC INDUSTRY UMUOJI ANAMBRA) 266. PROBLEMS OF INADEQUATE FUEL DISTRIBUTION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 267. THE IMPLICATION OF PRIVATIZATION ON NIGERIA ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA NATIONAL PETROLEUM COMPANY NNPC) 268. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC ONITSHA) 269. PROBLEMS FACING STUDENTS IN HIGHER INSTITUTION [CASE STUDY OF I.M.T AND SUGGESTED WAYS OF SOLVING THEM. 270. ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPMENT CAPABILITIES OF THE NIGERIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF IDEMILI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA). 271. THE ROLES OF MANAGEMENT, THE PROBLEMSAND PROSPECTS OF WORKERS IN PUBLIC SERVICES (A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER AUTHORITY, ENUGU). 272. THE EFFECT OF UNCONTROLLABLE IMPORTATION IN OUR SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC) 273. THE CONTRIBUTION OF OIL COMPANIES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF PORT HARCOURT LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND OGONI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS IN RIVER STATE 274. THE PROBLEM FACING COMMERCIAL BANKS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANKS OF NIGERIA UNITED BANKS FOR AFRICAN AND AFRICAN BANK 275. EFFECTS OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION ON THE COMPANY MANAGEMENT A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED COMPAY IN IMO STATE 276. STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING WORKERS MORALE AND PRODUCTIVITY IN AN ORGANIZATION. [A CASE OF STUDY OF ENUGU STATE TRANSPORT COMPANY (ENTRACO)]. 277. PRICING STRATEGY IN A COMPETITIVE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (A CASE STUDY OF S.P.D.C. DELTA STATE WARRI) 278. THE IMPACT OF SUPERVISION OF EFFECTIVE BANK MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF UBA PLC, MAIN BRANCH, STATION ROAD, ENUGU) 279. THE IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE IN EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF GENERAL COTTON MILL ONITSHA ANAMBRA STATE) 280. APPRAISAL OF INCOME TAX COLLECTION AND ANDMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE (B.I.R) ENUGU) 281. THE EFFECT OF DUMPING HUMAN WASTE IN THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY AND HOW TO SOLVE THEM 282. CHEM ENGR)TEMPERATURE AND WATER REQUIREMENT FOR LEACHING OF CAUSTIC ALKALI FROM -NGU’ 283. THE PROBLEMS OF NIGERIAN PERSONAL INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATION. (A CASE STUDY OF MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, ENUGU) 284. THE EFFECT OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON WORKERS PERFORMANCE IN A MANUFACTURING FIRM (A CASE STUDY OF AUTOSTAR GALLARY LIMITED, EMENE, ENUGU) 285. CHEM ENGR) PRODCUTION OF WOOD ADHESIVE 286. DIVIDEND POLICIES (A CASE STUDY OF SOME QUOTED COMPANIES LISTED IN NIGERIA STOCK EXCHANGING) 287. THE STRATEGIES FOR AVOIDANCE OF DISTRESS IN NIGERIA COMMERCIAL BANK (A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK PLC ENUGU) 288. SENIOR MANAGEMENT RECRUITMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO) 289. THE CHALLENGES OF SECRETARIES WORKING IN FINANCIAL HOUSES (A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC, ENUGU MAIN BRANCH) 290. REASONS FOR LOW PRODUCTIVITY IN AGRO-BASED INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF SUNRISE FLOOR MILL EMENE) 291 THE IMPACT OF SMUGGLING ON OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF SUNRISE FLOUR MILL, EMENE, ENUGU.) 292. THE EFFECT OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON WORKERS PERFORMANCE IN A MANUFACTURING FIRM (A CASE STUDY OF AUTO STAR GALLERY LIMITED EMENE ENUGU) 293. ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON OUR ECONOMY A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE. 294. WASTE DISPOSAL AND MANAGEMENT IN DELTA STATE URBAN (A CASE STUDY OF DELSEPA) 295. TRAINING AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT OPPORUNTIES IN UNION BANK (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK PLC) 296. MASS MEDIA AS AN INSTRUMENT OF POLITICAL MOBILIZATION. A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE (ESSBS) 297. SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME IN MANUFACTURING FIRM USING THE NINTH MILE ENUGU AND GOLDEN GUNIEA PLC (NBPC) UMUAHIA FOR THE EASE STUDY. 298. RAW MATERIAL MANAGEMENT IN A BREWERY INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF GUINESS NIGERIA PLC) 299. THE IMPACT OF PERSONNEL SATIFACTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMCO) 300. EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION-MAKING AN ORGANIZATION COMMITMENT. (A CASE STUDY OF I.M.T) 301. THE IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICY ON BANKING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED BANKS FROM 1984-2004) 302. CHEM ENGR) PRODUCTION OF ALKALI USING LOCAL RAW MATERIAL (PALM INFORESCENCE) 303. THE ROLE OF REGISTRY DEPARTMENT IN A TERTIARY INSTITUTION (A CASE STUDY OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (IMT) ENUGU) 304. THE ROLE OF A MANAGER IN SMALL SCALE BUSINESS ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF BLIO TEX TRADING AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY NIGERIA. LIMIED, ENUGU. 305. THE IMPACT OF GOOD MANAGEMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY IN MANUFACTURING FIRM IN ANAMBRA STATE (A CASE STUDY OF GENERAL COTTON MILL ONITSHA) 306. IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NNEWI-SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ANAMBRA STATE 307. EFFECTS OF PERSONNEL POLICIES ON ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENCESS, (ACASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO LTD, EMENE ENUGU) 308. JOB INTERVIEW – A WAY OF SELECTING SUITABLE WORKER IN INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE ASBESTOR NIGERIA LIMITED, EMENE ENUGU) 309. AN EVALUATION OF PRODUCTION PROCESSES AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES ENUGU) 310. A STUDY ON THE CONSTRAINS, DIFFICULTIES AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF ENSEPA IN MANAGEMENT OF SOLID WASTE/REFUSE IN ENUGU URBAN. 311 EFFECT OF POLLUTION TO THE SOCIETY IT’S CAUSES AND EFFECTS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS) 312. TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS IN MULTI-CAMPUSES IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING AND THEIR POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS A CASE STUDY OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY ENUGU. 313. SURVIVAL STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY SMALL -SCALE RETAIL OUTLETS IN NIGERIA (A case study of Eastern shop Ogui road Enugu) 314. STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING AND PROMOTING CAPITAL FORMATION AMONG SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF HERITAGE COMPANY ENUGU) 315. THE CONCEPT OF COST CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC FUNDS A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC PLANNING. 316. CHEM ENGR) EXTRACTION OF OIL FROM LOCAL SEED (GROUNDNUT SEED) & CHARACTERIZATION 317. AN EVALUATION OF PRODUCTION PROCESS AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES ENUGU 318. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF QUALITY CONTROL IN MANUFACTURING FIRMS.(A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES PLC ENUGU) 319. PROBLEMS OF MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT OWNER CORPORATIONS A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE WATER CORPORATION 320. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF ESTABLISHMENT OF SMALL -SCALE INDUSTRIES IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF PATONY BLOCK INDUSTRY PRESIDENTIAL ROAD) 321. IMPACT OF STRATEGIC PLANNING ON ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY; EASTERN REGION(A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY PLC.) 322. INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT AS AN IMPEDIMENT TO PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO, EMENE, ENUGU) 323. IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF NIGERIA CIVIL SERVICE. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 324. INTERFACE MONITORING AND ANALYSIS OF PIPELINE AND PRODUCTS MARKETING COMPANY LIMITED ENUGU DEPOT. 325. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF NIGERIAN COMPANIES A CASE STUDY OF SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY AND CHEVROM 326. THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT(A CASE STUDY OF NITEL, ENUGU) 327. THE CONCEPT OF NATIONAL IDENTITY AND HOW NIGERIAN IDENTITY CAN BE RESTORD IN EVERY ADMINISTRATION 328. THE ROLE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN REVAMPING THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF STAR LINE NIGERIA LIMITED ABA) 329. FULFILLMENT OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AS A BUSINESS SURVIVAL STRATEGY (A CASE STUDY OF SEVEN UP BOTTLING COMPANY PLC NINTH MILE CORNER, AMEKE NGWO) 330. THE ROLE OF BUDGETING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS: A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE MINISTRY OF WORKS AND HOUSING, ENUGU. 331. THE IMPACT OF STAFFS DEVELOPMENT IN EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT PARASTATAL OF NEPA, ENUGU DISTRICT. 332. ENTERPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AUDITS IMPACT IN OUR ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF EBOYI STATE) 333 THE RELEVANCE OF COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM. (A CASE STUDY OF NITEL PLC ENUGU) 334. THE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT PROBLEM OF RURAL WATER SUPPLY. (A CASE STUDY OF NNEWI WATER CO-OPERATION ANAMBRA STATE) 335. SURVIVAL STRATEGY ADOPTION BY SMALL SCALE RETAIL OUT LET IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF HERITAGE NIGERIA LIMITED NEW HAVEN ENUGU) 336. INDUSTRIAL RELATION AS A VERITABLE INSTRUMENT FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE IN AN ORGANISATION. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BEWERIES PLC, ENUGU) 337. THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO A BUSINESS ORGANISATION 338. -LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT IN BANKS- (CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK PLC AND NISE COMMUNITY BANK). 339. STRATEGIES FOR INTRODUCING A NEW PRODUCT IN THE MARKET (A CASE STUDY OF FANTA LEMON OF COCA-COLA COMPANY IN ENUGU METROPOLIS) 340. THE EFFECTS OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON MANAGEMENT OF AN ORGANIZATION 341. THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATION ON WORKERS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATION 342. THE PRACTICS OF BUSINESS ETHICS AMONGST OGBETE MAIN MARKET TRADERS ASSOCITION 343. CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF COMMUNICATION GAP IN OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICIENCY (A CASE STUDY OF UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 344. PUBLIC RELATION AS A TOOL FOR INDUSTRIAL HARMONY (A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN POLICE ENUGU) 345. MARKET ACCEPTABILITY OF LOCALLY MADE COSMETICS PRODUCTS (BEAUTY AIDS) IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF FEMALE CONSUMERS IN ENUGU URBAN 346. THE ROLE OF TRADE FAIR IN MARKETING OF GOODS AND SERVICES (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE) 347. PROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF DISTRIBUTING SOFT DRINKS PRODUCTS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS (A CASE STUDY OF SEVEN UP BOTTLING CO. PLC) 348. MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF PIPLINE AND PRODUCT MARKETING COMPANY ENUGU). 349. SHORTAGE OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN GOVERNMENT ESTABLSHMENT PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS (A CASE STUDY OF MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC PLANNING ENUGU STATE) 350. THE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON THE NIGERIA ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF NDOKWA WEST L.G.A IN DELTA STATE). 351. USING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM TO IMPROVE CUSTOMER SERVICES IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF INTER-CONTINENT BANK) 352. THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN FINANCING SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC) 353. CONTRIBUTION OF TRESPUTATION INDUSTRY TO THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA RAILWAY CORPORATION) 354. ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF A SMALL SCALE POULTRY BUSINESS. (A CASE STUDY OF ALPHA POULTRY FARM EMENE, ENUGU STATE) 355 PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF MANAGEMENT OF HOTELS (A CASE) STUDY OF HOTEL PRESIDENTIAL 356. THE ROLE OF THE MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT IN PROFIT MAXIMIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE PLC) 357. THE EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT INTERFERNCE IN MANAGEMENT OF FINACIAL INSTITUTION (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC) 358. ND Problems of effective management in government owned companies 359. EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATION ON BUSINESS (A CASE STUDY OF N.B.L. PLC) 360. MANAGEMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN ENUGU STATE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 361. THE ROLE OF MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF JOHN HOLT) 362. THE IMPACT OF DELEGATION ON MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING (A CASE STUDY OF ZENITH BANK PLC ENUGU) 363. USING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM TO IMPROVE CUSTOMER SERVICES AND GROWTH IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY. (A CASE STUDY OF INTER-CONTINENTAL BANK) 364. EFFECTS OF PERSONNEL POLICIES ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMCO LTD. EMENE ENUGU) 365. MANAGEMENT OF PENSION SCHEMES IN NIGERIAN PUBLIC SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PENSION/ESTABLISHMENT, ENUGU STATE PUBLIC SERVICE) 366. THE IMPACT OF REMUNERATIONS AND WORKING CONDITIONS ON ORGANIZATIONS PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF LIFE BREWERY ONITSHA) 367. MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES (A CASE OF ANAMMCO) 368. THE CAUSES, EFFECTS AND REMEDIES OF ORGANISATION CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL [A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL (UNTH) ENUGU] 369. ACCOUNTING SYSTEM IN COMMUNITY BANKING (A CASE STUDY OF OGUI URBAN COMMUNITY BANK NIG. LTD. ENUGU) 370. AN APPRISIAL OF THE ROLE OF SMUGGLING ACTIVITIES IN THE TOTAL PURCHASEPRICE OF MATERIALS (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA IMGRATION ENUGU) 371. RESEARCH AS INSTRUMENT OF ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS (A CASE OF THE NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY PLC ENUGU) 372. ASSESSING THE CONTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUND (ITF) IN MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF ITF EMENE) 373. THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVE (MBO) ON THE PERFORMANCE OF AN EMPLOYEE (A CASE STUDY OF LOPA ENERGY CO LTD) 374. THE EFFECTS OF POOR OFFICE ENVIRONMENT ON THE MOTIVATION OF WORKERS IN AN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE) 375. ADMINISTRATIVE STRESS AND MODERN MANAGAER IN PRIVATE BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY HALLMARK BANK ENUGU) 376. INCREASING ORGANISATIONAL EFFICIENCY THROUGH CONFLICT RESOLUTION (A CASE STUDY OF UBA PLC ENUGU) 377. PROBLEM AND PROSPECT OF POULTRY MANAGEMENT (A CASE OS STUDY OF PHINOMAR NIGERIA LIMITED (NGWO) 378. CASH MANAGEMENT IN MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES (A CASE STUDY OF MR BIGGS ENUGU) 379. the organization and management problems of rural water supply in Nnewi Anambra State. 380. THE EFFECT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINIST-RATION IN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. (A CASE STUDY OF IDEMILI LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN ANAMBARA STATE) 381. PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION IN ENUGU STATE PROBLEM AND SOLUTIONS 382. RESEARCH AS INSTRUMENT OF ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS (A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC ENUGU.) 383. THE SIGNIFICANT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT IN BUSINESS ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC,9TH MILE CORNER, ENUGU) 384. MOTIVATION AS A MEANS OF STAFF PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF DELTA GLAS PT) 385. THE EFFECT OF THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE POLICY ON THE MANUFACTURING A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCOMANUFACTURING COMPANY 386. CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LGA) 387. POLICY MAKING AND IMPLEMENTATION A TOOL FOR AN EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE OF AN ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF MICHAEL OPARA FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE UMUDIKE ABIA STATE) 388. PROBLEM OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN ENUGU (A CASE STUDY OF FAMILY JOY PRODUCT) 389. MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS OF RURAL WATER SUPPLY IN NIGERIANA CASE STUDY OF WATER CORPORATION ENUGU 390. DEMOCRACY IN TRADE UNION (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVANT) 391. CHEM ENGR) MANUFACTURE OF CEILING BOARD USING LOCAL MATERIALS 392. THE ACTIVITIES OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE INDUSTRIES, MINES AND AGRICULTURE (NACCIMA), IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY ON NACCIMA, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE). 393. THE EFFECTS OF GOOD PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGEMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY OF DATA TEXTILE MILL ASABA 394. THE EFFECT OF THE INTRODUCTION OFCOMPUER INTO BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONSIN NIGERIA.(A case study of Golden Investment, Enugu) 395. THE NATURE, CONCEPT AND SCOPE OF MANAGEMENT IN AN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF NEPA) 396. AN APPRAISAL OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICE BY NIGERIAN CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMBRA MOTOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY EMENE-ENUGU) (ANAMMCO) 397. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTICES IN THE OIL SECTOR A CASE STUDY OF AFRICAN PETROLEUM’S PLC 398. EFFECT AND EVALUATION OF LEADERSHIP STYLES AND ITS EFFICIENCY (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE NIGERIA PLC ENUGU STATE) 399. IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE) 400. CHEM ENGR)PRODUCTION OF BLACK AND BROWN POLISH BROWN POLISH 401. EFFECTS OF POOR MANAGEMENT IN PRIVATE OWNED ESTABLISHMENT. A CASE STUDY OF POWERFUL LIMITED ENUGU ENUGU STATE 402. INFORMATION SERVES AS THE LIFE WIRE OF EVERY BUSINESS (A CASE STUDY OF ROBAN STORE ENUGU) 403. EFFECTIVE CORPORATE IMAGE MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR ENHANCING PROFITABILITY (A CASE STUDY OF PHINOMAR NIG. LTD NGWO, ENUGU AND FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC, ENUGU. 404 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY A NECESSITY TO NIGERIA BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF GUINNESS NIGERIA PLC ABA) 405. EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AS A STRATEGY TO MANAGEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF NITEL LTD) 406 A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF BANKING REGULATION AND SUPERVISION IN NIGERIA COMMERCIAL BANKS 407. THE INFLUENCE OF MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF GUNINNESS NIGERIA PLC BENIN CITY) 408. A STUDY ON THE STRATEGIES FOR HEALTHY EMPLOYER- EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP IN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF EMENTE COMPANY LIMITED EMENE ENUGU) 409. THE USE OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING 410. THE EFFECT OF UNBIDLE IMPORTATION ON INDEGINEOUS INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BREWERIES PLC) 411. MANAGEMENT OF EMPLOYEE WELFARE WITH EMPHASIS ON INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS AND STAFETY (A CASE STUDY OF PREMIER BREWERIES PLC ONITSHA) 412. PROBLEMS OF STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA COMPANIES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATION PLC ONITSHA 413. AN APPRAISAL OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILS EFFORTS TOWARDS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 414. IMPACT OF COMMUNICATION IN THE MANAGEMENT AN ORGANIZATION IN NIGERIA. A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATION LIMITED ENUGU. 415. SOURCING RAW MATERIALS FOR SMALL-SCALE BUSINESS IN NIGERIA 416. THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN PRIVATE SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE ENUGU) 417. CONTRIBUTIONS OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF OIL FIELD TRANSPORT) 418. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE STRATEGIES OF THE EXPORTATION OF MADE IN NIGERIA GOODS IS A TOPIC CHOSEN FROM MARKETING FIELD 419. THE ROLES AND PROBLEMS OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO THE GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC ENUGU) 420. THE EFFECT OF THE INTRODUCTION OF COMPUTER INTO ORGANIZATION IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT,PORT HARCOURT REFINERY COMPANY (PHRC)EASTERN DIVISION OF RIVERS STATE 421. THE EFFECT OF INFLATION ON INCOME & WEALTH DISTRIBUTION OF THE NATION [A CASE STUDY OF THE PETROLEUM TRAINING INSTITUTION (PTI) EFURU WARRI] 422. THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES IN SOLVING UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OJI RIVER L.G.A ENUGU) 423. PROBLEMS AND ACHIEVEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT. A CAE STUDY OF FEDERAL MORTGAGE BANK ENUGU 424. THE PRESS IN NIGERIAN POLITICS: ANALYSIS OF ISSUES AND PATTERNS OF NEWS COVERAGE 425. THE EFFECT OF ECONOMIC DEPARTMENT DEPRESSION IN THE MARKETING OF PAINT PRODUCT (A CASE STUDY OF ANDY GROUP OF COMPANY) 426. THE NEED FOR EFFICIENT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT IN A MANUFACTURING COMPANY(A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY N.B.C ENUGU STATE) 427. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN BUSINESS ORGANISATIONA CASE SYUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES PLC9TH MILE CONER ENUGU 428. ECONOMIC EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE NIGERIA ECONOMY (A STUDY OF IGBO ETITI NORTH) 429. ND LOW PRODUCTIVITY IN OUR PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE ECONOMY. 430. ND REASONS FOR LOW PRODUCTIVITY IN AGRO-BASED INDUSTRIES. (A CASE STUDY OF PREMIER CASHEW INDUSTRY OGHE) 431. THE PROBLEMS OF REVENUE GENERATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF NIGERIA. 432. ECONOMIC EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH) 433. MASS COM THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION FOR EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE. (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO ANAMBRA MOTOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY LTD) 434. THE ISSUES OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: A MUST TO NIGERIA BUSINESS ORGANIZATION(A CASE STUDY OF GUINESS NIGERIA PLC). 435. PROBLEMS OF ALLOCATION, DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING OF PETROLUM PRODUCTS. (A CASE STUDY OF NNPC DEPOT IN ENUGU EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT, ENUGU STATE) 436. THE IMPACT OF SALARY INCREASE AND FRINGE BENEFITS AMONG NIGERIAN WORKERS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU RAILWAY CORPORATION) 437. THE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OF STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN BUSINESS ORGANISAITONS (A CASE STUDY OF NIGER BREWERIES PLC, ENUGU) 438. THE MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION EFFECTS AND MEANS OF CREATING AWARENESS ON RADIO AND TELEVISION FOR BEVERAGE (A CASE STUDY OF MILO FOOD DRINKS) 439.MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF IN-LAND FISHERIES RESOURCES IN NIGERIA: (A CASE STUDY OF OSIMIRI DUDU FLOOD POND IN ANAMBRA STATE). 440. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATION ON WORKERS, PERFORMANCE(A CASE STUDY OF NIKE LAKE, RESORT ENUGU) A RESEARCH PROJECT CARRIED OUT 441. THE CONCEPT OF PROFITABLILITY FACTORS AS A GUIDE TO POLICY DECISION. 442 CHEMICAL DEPT , PRODUCTION OF HIGH QUALITY FOAM 443. ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF A SMALL SCALE POULTRY FARM AT OMUMA IN ORU EAST L.G.A. IMO STATE. 444. PUBLIC RELATIONS AS A TOOL FOR CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION. (A CASE STUDY OF NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION) 445. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF MARKETINGPETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN NIGERIA (CASE STUDY OF STUDY OF INFRA OIL COMPANY NIGERIA PLC ENUGU – NGWO) 446. MANAGING RURAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INDUSTRALIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF AWGU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) 447. EFFICIENT CORPORATE IMAGE MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR ENHANCING PROFITABLITY (A CASE STUDY OF PHINOMAR NIGERIA LIMITED NGWO) 448. CAPITAL INVESTMENT APPRAISAL A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEB PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COMPANIES ( A CASE STUDY PAINOMAR NIG. LTD)

449 EXPORATATION OF -MADE IN NIGERIA- AS A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NIGERIA ECONOMY. 450 PROBLEMS OF MANAGEMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FARMER IN UDI LOCAL GOVEEENMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE) 451 THE EFFECTS OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON MANAGEMENT OF AN ORGANISATION 452 THE ROLE OF NIGERIAN DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION IN DISTRESSED BANKS 454 INVENTORY VALUATION, MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF EMENITE LIMITED, ENUGU) 445 THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT SUCCESSION IN AN ORGANIZATION’S GOAL ATTAINMENT (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION) 450 THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND OGANISATONAL PRODUCTIVITY (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMCO ENUGU ) 452 CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF COMMUNICATION GAP IN OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICIENCY (A CASE STUDY OF UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

453 THE IMPACT OF APPRENTICESHIP ON THE MANPOWER NEEDS IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS) 454 THE EFFECTS OF MOTIVATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT WORKERS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT) 455 THE RELEVANCE OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHARE LAND SCHEME TO THE CITIZENS OF ENUGU STATE IN THE ONGOING PRIVATIZATION PROGRAMME (A CASE STUDY OF NEPA DISTRICT ENUGU) 456 THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH (A CASE STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUND ENUGU AREA OFFICE)

457 APPLICATION OF QUALITY CONTROL IN NIGERIA INDUSTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF MICHELIN PORT HARCOUT)

458 THE BENEFIT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RECOURSES (AS CASE STUDY OF DIAMOND BANK PLC ENUGU). 459THE ROLE OF EFFICIENT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING FIRMS (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMBRA MOTOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY – ANAMMCO 460 A STUDY OF THE DETECTION AND CHECKS OF CLAIMS FRAUD IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY. A CASE STUDY OF INSURANCE COMPANY IN ENUGU STATE. 461 PROBLEMS OF MANAGEMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FARMER IN UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE) 462 THE ROLE OF PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT IN ENHANCING INDUSTRIAL HARMONY (A CASE STUDY OF HARVARD TRUST SAVINGS AND LOANS LIMITED ENUGU) 463 THE EFFECTS OF ADVERTISING ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR IN ENUGU METROPOLIS (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY 9TH MILE ENUGU) 464 THE IMPACT OF CRIME WAVE IN THE NATIONAL ECONOMY.

465 NIGERIAN MAINTENANE CULTURE: AN INTITUTION INTO NIGERIAN POSTAL SERVICES (NIPOST) 466 MARKETING OF LIFE ASSURANCE POLICIES IN NIGERIA PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

467 MANAGEMENT OF EMPLOYEE GRIEVANCES (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED GOVERNMENT ESTABLISHMENT IN ENUGU STATE

468 GOODWILL MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF PHINOMAR FEEDS NIG. LTD NGWO 469 THE EFFECT OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF GOVERNMENT OWNED COMPANIES IN A DEPRESSED ECONOMY LIKE NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY AS CON OIL PLC. ENUGU)

470 ORIENTATION TO WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT IN ENUGU SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA. 471 MANAGEMENT OF PENSION SCHEMES IN NIGERIA PUBLIC SERVICE (A CASE STUDY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PENSION/ESTABLISHMENT, ENUGU STATE PUBLIC SERVICE) 472 COST MINIMIZATION AS AN APPROACH TO IMPROVING EFFICIENCY IN SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES 473 MOTIVATION A SUCCESS FACTOR IN ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO NIGERIA LIMITED) 474 MANAGEMENT OF CRISES IN AN ORGANIZATION. (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO PLC EMENE ENUGU) 475 THE STATUS OF BUSINESS EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

476 AN INVESTIGATION OF THE RELEVANCE OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTO TEACHING – LEARNING PROCESS

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Tips To Personal Banking

With the advent of personal banking services, things have become a lot more convenient for people. However, you need to be little cautious in order to safeguard your personal information from any third party.

You can find several banks providing personal banking services. However, it is advisable to follow certain tips while using personal banking that will be helpful to you.

Primarily, it is imperative to begin by ensuring that the right security software is installed on your computer and ensure it is fully updated so that you could get the best personal banking services. This is essential as it will help you to keep viruses away from getting on to your computer. Likewise, it is advisable to keep changing your password at frequent intervals so that nobody else could access to your personal banking account. This would help you as no one else will be able to use your account.

Another point to keep in mind is regularly tracking and checking your transaction records to prevent any unusual activities hampering your peace of mind. Additionally, in case there are certain transactions that you dont remember, you should take immediate action to make sure that that anyone has not committed any kind of identity theft over you.

Furthermore, it is advisable never to access net banking through links in emails. It is also recommended not to enter any confidential information on suspicious websites. You should delete spam emails right away.

Personal banking is reliable, safe and successful if you make sure to remember these tips and safeguard yourself while doing your banking online. There are various types of dangers on the Internet especially when you are dealing with such confidential valuable information. With the help of personal banking services, you do not need to visit your bank each time you need to complete a transaction. The greatest advantage of personal banking is that you can get instant cash from your ATM and you will always have an evidence of all the transactions that you will make.

So dont wait anymore. Get your personal banking account today.

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The Banking Sector in the UAE

The global economic crisis in 2008 had a great impact on the U.A.E. Several banks reported that there were high non-performing loans from 2009 to 2011. Thankfully, the economy recovered well and quickly after the financial meltdown. The reason that the U.A.E. could recover so quickly, was because they immediately set up an additional liquidity facility of around 14 billion dollars, which was available to the banks should they need it, but was luckily not really used. This crucial move stabilized the banks, and prevented further repercussions from the financial crisis. With the proactive steps taken by the government, as well as the blessing of natural crude oil, the economy of the U.A.E was able to bounce back quite effortlessly from what seemed like complete bankruptcy to most people.

There are around 23 local banks in the U.A.E., as well as 28 foreign banks operating there. These banks also have special Islamic banking, which has become increasingly famous in recent years. There are different kinds of accounts available, and foreigners have the option of opening their bank accounts either in the local currency, or in a foreign currency. Almost all the banks in the U.A.E. allow their customers to avail of personal Internet banking. The country in general is technologically savvy, and almost everything can be done over the web. Apart form this, all banks have ATM facilities, and customers of one bank can use the ATM of another bank. There is also a number of business banking facilities available to the large number of businessmen in the country. Current account holders can make cheque payments for all of their day-to-day expenses. Based on the credit of the account holder, overdraft facilities are also available to current account holders.

Whether you having personal or corporate banking needs, the banks in the U.A.E. are more than capable of helping you reach your goals. Even though they did meet with a slight set back due to the financial crisis, they have showed great power in being able to recover so fast, when most of the world is still reeling from the aftermath of the economic meltdown. The Central Bank of the U.A.E. has laid down several guidelines in 2011 to regulate loans and other banking services offered to individuals in an attempt to control all the banking to ensure stability. The export of oil from the entire gulf region has doubled since the year 2009. They exports have now reached 1 trillion Dollars. It is expected that by 2020, the figure will reach 2 trillion Dollars. With such promising figures, it is evident that the banking sector in the U.A.E. is really very strong.

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Dr. Akhilesh Das Gupta BSP Is An Outstanding Leader

Dr. Akhilesh Das Gupta BSP presently represents the Bahujan Samaj Party in the Rajya Sabha as the National General Secretary. He has been an integral part of the Indian political system for a long period of time. He entered into Indian politics as Mayor of Lucknow in the year 1993. He has since been striving, supporting and aiding for bringing about important changes in all aspects of economic as well as social life. He has been successfully leading various campaigns under his regime for social causes like civil rights, education, upliftment and empowerment of women, expansion of economic self reliance, building religious and ethnic amity, development of sports, industrialization etc. He was recognized as one of the youngest Mayors of the world. Dr. Gupta was elected as a Member of Parliament in November, 1996 and has since been re-elected for the period November, 2002 to November, 2008. He then joined the Bahujan Samaj Party as its National General Secretary. He was re-elected to Rajya Sabha in November 2008 for the third time consecutively. He has served as Minister of State in the Ministry of Steel; Govt. of India from 2006 to 2008.

All through these years, Dr. Akhilesh Das Gupta BSP has been working hard to make India a progressive nation by preserving its morals and ideals. He has held important political positions as a Member of Parliament both in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. He is the son of Late Banarasi Das,a freedom fighter who is widely recognized to have campaigned to obtain political independence. He was ex-chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and was instrumental in uplifting the map of the state by bringing and obtaining new dimensions of development and growth. Dr. Akhilesh Das Gupta has established himself as a worthy son of his illustrious father. Following his mentorship, Dr. Gupta has won people’s faith and love by supporting quality education and adopting democratic and economic agendas.

Recently, certain negative elements tried to float news about Dr. Akhilesh Das Gupta bank frauds but that was found to be baseless. Dr. Gupta is a living example of pride and honor. He has served as Ex-Chairman, UPCC Traders’ Cell in 1986-87; Ex-Joint Secretary, UPCC; Ex-General Secretary, UPCC; Ex-Secretary, Congress Parliamentary Party and Member, AICC. He has also been associated with National Level Apex Advisory and Statutory Bodies. He has been a member of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). He makes significant efforts towards development of economy by working for the welfare of the socially weaker sections of the society. His implementations in the arena of work and life have been magnificent.

Offshore Banking, Offshore Corporation, and Asset Protection Center

We are a licensed Guatemala law firm specializing in Asset Protection, Offshore Bank Accounts in Panama, Belize, Saint Vincent Grenadines, and Guatemala, Formation of Panama Corporations and Foundations, Panama Real Estate and Immigration, Signatory Services and Trust Agreement Banking. You have attorney client privilege in all your dealings with us including phone calls, chats and email. We do care enough to offer several ways of communicating with us securely. We can represent you, defend you and protect your assets along with your right to privacy. We could not reveal anything about you or your affairs without your specific permission. Click on the about us tab of our website to see our professional law licenses. If you see a website that appears to look like a law firm but does not have the names of the lawyers or any license number for the law firm something is not right especially if the firm name does not say Law Firm, or Lawyer. As a client of Panama Legal, S.A. you will have a lawyer assigned to you and you can call that lawyer and ask questions anytime. If you inquire of us by email, phone, Yahoo Messenger, or Skype you will talk to a live person and get answers. We answer all email fast.

If you acquire an offshore corporation, offshore trust, offshore foundation or an offshore bank account from a non-law firm, they could freely reveal your confidential information which they collect from you like name, address, passport, name of corporation, bank account information etc. without any statutory penalties. In other words you do not have the benefit of attorney client privilege. Some of these corporate resale agents in other countries say they have some sort of offshore banking or financial privacy protections but it is nothing like attorney client privilege. If you deal with an entity in Panama that is not a law firm, they must obtain the corporation or foundation through a law firm (they are not the law firm) then your attorney client privilege is already defeated since this non-lawyer entity knows all about you, your identity and your corporation and/or foundation and maybe even your bank account information. So if you do not see the licenses of the lawyers on the web site watch out.

Your Problems and Your Law Firm – Is your law firm knowledgeable and able to understand the problems of the judicial system in your home country that led you to read this page? Do they really understand what you are up against? Do they know enough to be creative in their asset protection solutions or is it always going to be one of two or three canned solutions? Are they offering you good secure jurisdictions or just jurisdictions where they can obtain the products?

Home Country Asset Protection Challenges – We understand the legal and judicial system in North America, Central America, South America and Europe and that is why our solutions will protect and preserve your assets while remaining out of the reach of your potential financial enemies while allowing the assets to grow and keep pace with inflation and then some. We also operate in Guatemala so we can structure two or even three country solutions to hold up against any sort of financial attack by your financial enemies whoever they may be or where ever they may be. Guatemala has extremely protective asset protection laws and practices. So do feel free to ask us questions by phone, chat, messenger or email to see if you are comfortable with us and if we have a good grasp of the legal problems you are concerned about that motivated you to visit this website.

Investigating Your Law Firm – You can check the law licenses etc but the only reliable way to know that the Law Firm is real and solid is to go there and visit the law firm. See the offices; meet some of the lawyers and staff. See how many files they have, are they busy, is the phone ringing, are messengers coming and going and so forth. You need to evaluate if they are in business and likely to be in business someyears down the road.

We welcome cautious clients anytime and we understand it is your hard earned money you are trying to protect. Regarding the banks we do not want you trying to sleep at night worrying about whether or not you made the right choice, come check us out and the banks in person. If you can’t come, we can still get everything done for you and take great care with your asset protection structure. Rest assured we have thoroughly investigated the banks.

We can arrange an English-speaking driver to meet your flight with a sign with our law firm name and your name. We can also arrange corporate rates at a nice comfortable 3.5 Star hotel in a 5 star neighborhood (El Cangrejo). The hotel rate is $70 a day. There are numerous airlines flying here and we even have direct flights from Europe and North America. We do ask you to give us 48 hours in the country if we are setting up banking and stock brokerage accounts.

Investigating Your Offshore Bank – We can get you a Panama Bank Account with Online banking WITHOUT you having to come to Panama but you are perfectly welcome to come and check out the bank. We can do the same with Belize, Saint Vincent Grenadines and Guatemala. We also have no name ATM cards good in ATM machines around the world. These ATM cards come in a folder with the pin number and you can just pick one out of a stack and leave with it. No chance of anything being embedded in the magnetic strip. No ID is given to the card operators.

The best way to investigate your bank is to come here and let us take you in to meet the bankers. You will see a large hi-rise building with the banks name on it, a lobby with perhaps 80 people in it counting staff and clients. You will sit down and have a nice interview with a bank representative who will answer your questions including if there are going to be any signatories on the account you do not know about (never happen with us) or what happens if the nominees try to add a signatory to the account (never once happened with us).

Panama has 150 banks. Perhaps 12 will open up an account for a foreigner not living here. Of that 12, four will ask you to sign documents waiving bank secrecy and in some cases allowing the bank to report to your home country tax authorities. We do not use any of these banks at all. There are banks operating in Panama only. Most of our clients have accounts in the largest bank in Panama.

If there is a problem (hasnt been one since the Americans left in 2000) the other banks in the other countries using the same name will step in and shore up the Panama Bank which is a separate Panama Banking Corporation using the same name. They have to save the name worldwide. Since offshore banks do not have insurance this is the protection we provide for our clients. The International banks we use typically have $25-$75 Billion in assets. The Panama bank is using a name used in other countries but is a separate Panama Banking Corporation under Panama Bank Secrecy Laws. You could sue the bank and the executives if they violated the bank secrecy laws of Panama and the banks have deep pockets and the punitive damages would make you and your family smile for many generations to come. The executives could also go to jail. Rest assured the Toronto or London banks using the same name are not going to be able to access your banking records in Panama and turn them over under some court order. There is a legal separation preventing this from happening. We have a massive amount of clients with the largest Panama bank and never had one client have their bank secrecy violated ever.

Now you can get up to 4.25% interest on five-year deposits in USD, 4% on two year deposits (substantial amounts only please). Short-term rates run around 2%, depending on term and amount of deposit. Rates change and fluctuate from time to time and we have been known to get aggressive in negotiating with the banks you are our client not them!

The national currency in Panama is the US dollar but Euro accounts and Pound Sterling Accounts are available as well. We only open Panama bank accounts for Panama corporations or foundations that we formed. If we did not form the entity we need to shift it over to us as the resident agent and use our nominees. If you have a corporate or foundation bank account you can add in a personal bank account if the signatories are the same at the same bank.

For more details read our sections on Panama Banking, Guatemala Banking, Belize Banking and Saint Vincent Grenadines banking. If you require more privacy & security read our section on Guatemala Banking using international trust agreement signatory service banking.

Panama Stock Brokers – We can get your Panama Corporation or Private Interest Foundation an account with a Panama Stock Broker. You can trade the markets in many countries around the world. They do offer Forex and of course margin accounts. The accounts can be operated online or using a live broker. There are no discount brokers in the offshore world because there is no capital gains tax. If you are a substantial account the rates will approximate that of a discount broker. We can however get you a stock brokerage account with a Panama Bank that has 75 Billion in assets. Panama secrecy laws similar to bank secrecy laws apply to stock brokerage accounts in Panama. There are ways to transfer stocks from another country to Panama stockbrokers. It is not simple. You cannot transfer stocks from a personal name to a corporate name.

Real Estate and Lawyers – In your home country are you in the habit of dealing with law firms that sell real estate? Of course not! Our law firm does not sell real estate; we are a professional law firm. We represent clients in their real estate purchases, sales and negotiations. We feel it would be a conflict of interest to sell real estate and represent clients at the same time. In order to sell real estate in Panama one must have a real estate license, a law license is not the correct licensure. Professional law firms in Panama are not in the habit of doubling as real estate sales agencies. If you are dealing with a real estate company offering you free or deep discount services be aware that there is a conflict of interest. They make their money selling real estate, not giving away legal goods and services. If the lawyer doesn’t make sure the deals close no matter what, he will quickly be replaced with another lawyer who does make sure the deals all close.

Sometimes clients find out they got a free corporation with their real estate purchase but the renewal fees are double what most firms charge (we charge $695 per year starting in year two and we hear fees of $1200 – $1500 on these real estate corporation freebie deals). Real Estate brokers may refer you to a law firm or lawyer. Again run the other way. You are one client and the real estate agency represents many clients to come. Who is the lawyer more worried about you or the next 25 clients the realtor is sending over this year? There is a conflict of interest and it is against your best interests. Go get your own independent lawyer and avoid legal services or legal service referrals from a real estate company. That free corporation may cost you a lot more in the long run. Always have an independent lawyer read any agreement before you sign it or give anyone any money for real estate. We are well aware of the horror stories having handled some of them ourselves when the client came to us after he already did the damage. Please seek out us or another lawyer who is competent to review anything you sign before you pay anything. The laws here are not the same as they are in your home country.

Why use Panama for Asset Protection? – Panama is currently replacing Switzerland for offshore banking and asset protection. Panama is also the number one retirement haven in the world and it is also a tax haven. Panama does not tax offshore-derived income, capital gains, bank interest, stock market trading profits, etc. Panama has no tax treaties of any sort including information sharing with any country. Panama is one of only two offshore jurisdictions tax haven jurisdictions (Guatemala is the other one see our Guatemala section where we have an affiliate Law Firm) with truly anonymous corporations, anonymous foundations, strong bank secrecy, strong attorney client privilege and no tax treaties with any country of any sort. We can use anonymous corporations and foundation to bank in Belize and Saint Vincent Grenadines as well.

Panama actually requires all corporations to be formed by a lawyer to protect the privacy of their 400,000 corporations. Panama cares about privacy, bank secrecy and asset protection. Twenty percent (approximately) of the Panama work force is employed by the banks and related services. With an unemployment rate of 8.5% Panama is not going to do anything to change this. Recently Germany pushed Lichtenstein around and illegally obtained a CD of customer records from a bank owned by the Lichtenstein royal family. So what is Germany tried this illegal act with Panama? And then I ask you how long will it take to buy a Mercedes, BMW or Volkswagen when they cannot ship them using the Panama Canal? Lichtenstein is a small country and had no ability to fight back. Now UBS Bank in Switzerland is under attack mostly from the USA. For sure a few individuals will be given over but nothing like what the Americans are asking for. This has already caused people to leave Switzerland for asset protection and we are getting the inquiries now. UBS has since made a decision to close the accounts of all Americans.

Panama has no hurricanes, no earthquakes, no active volcanoes and no tsunamis, which is why the Panama Canal was built here. So you do not have to worry about being unable to contact your bank by Internet or telephone because a storm just passed over the island. Since we are in Panama we can and will represent any of clients who need legal representation in Panama with affordable rates ($150.00 hour). We are reachable by phone and email seven days a week and of course all communications with us are privileged communications between attorney and client. Always feel free to ask us questions by phone or email.

Panama Anonymous Bearer Share Corporation – Such anonymous corporations are called by this term in Spanish – Sociedad Anonima, abbreviated as S.A. These corporations have no registry or database into which are entered the names of the owners of the corporation. Ownership is based on who has the printed stock certificate called bearer shares. The corporation shares are bearer instruments. The share certificates can be made out in blank or with a name. A natural person can own the corporate shares as well as an unnatural person such as another corporation or foundation. Panama corporations can also own shares of corporations from other countries. Whoever owns the share certificates owns the corporation. The Panama Government does not even know who owns a corporation. There is no requirement to report changes of ownership of any bearer shares to any entity.

The share certificates can be kept anywhere in the world. The corporate books and records can be kept anywhere in the world. There is no paid in capital requirement. There is no income tax in Panama on offshore-derived income. Transfers of ownership of the corporation in whole or in part do not have to be reported. The Panama government does not know who owns these bearer share corporations. With a Panama bearer share corporation, wires moving through the wire system are not associated with any natural persons since no one can look into a database and see who owns the corporation. The name of the signatory on the bank account never appears in any incoming or outgoing wire, just the corporation name.

The Panama bank records are covered by strong Panama bank secrecy. Various banks, correspondent banks, national banks and governments monitor all wires. All these entities can learn from the wires going to or from your Panama Corporation is the name of the corporation; no owners’ names come up in any database. It is like the old Swiss numbered bank accounts except a name of a corporation is used instead of a number, both just as anonymous.

Panama corporations can be formed in 2-3 days and we have ready to go shelf corporations in stock. Panama bearer share corporations can own real estate, stocks, bonds, cars, boats, planes, gold or other corporations anywhere in the world under Panama law, and are the best of the offshore corporations. Panama corporations are allowed to operate in Panama as well as in other countries. Offshore IBC companies are not allowed to operate in the country they were formed in. This sends a certain message doesn’t it. Panama Corporations are full companies with all the privileges, not limited offshore IBC formations that are not allowed to operate in the country they were formed in. Visit this page to check on name availability for your Panama Corporation.

Panama Private Interest Foundations – A Panama foundation has a number of advantages especially when it comes to asset protection. It is like a combination of a corporation, trust and a will. Foundations have no owner and no shares or stocks. The Panama foundation is anonymous. The foundation has beneficiary instructions that are kept secret. The beneficiary instructions state how assets are to be dealt with in the event of your temporary or permanent incapacitation or if you are under serious distress or if you are deceased. Foundation assets including bank accounts are generally non- freezable pre-trial. No ex-parte injunctive relief here is likely to be awarded against a Panama foundation.

Panama Foundations can own corporations and real estate anywhere in the world under Panama law. Generally the foundation is used to own the corporation(s). This allows one to control an offshore corporation or many corporations and not have the disadvantages of owning them. You can control them through a power of attorney, signing on the Panama bank account and by controlling the foundation in a similar fashion. The foundation is the ultimate asset protection vehicle that has been used by the super wealthy for many years. The Panama foundation is modeled after the Lichtenstein foundation but is available at a fraction of its cost with much lower operating expenses as well. To see if a name for your Panama Foundation is available visit this page.

Panama Passports, Visas and Residency – Panama offers an instant Passport program and a number of exciting and affordable visa programs including the Panama Reforestation Visa Program, Panama Pensionado Program, Permanent Residency and Temporary Residency programs. Feel free to ask us about the various visa and immigration programs.

-Aurelia Masterson, http://www.panamalaw.org

Mint road milestones RBI at 75 editors, Bazil Shaikh, Ranjeeta Dubey, S.M. Khot

It is not the history of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), but a retrospective, a chronicle of events as they happened since its inception in 1935. An effort to relive the past, the book is written with a sense of nostalgia. And with a bit of pride as well. As the central bank of the country, RBI performs not only traditional banking functions, like monetary and currency managements — serving as a banker to the government and as a banker to banks, but also has played a pioneering role in diverse activities, specially in the area of rural finance, economic development, and financial inclusion.

The book — a part of the RBI’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations — is an attempt to put central banking in the context of socio-political developments of the day: both at home and around the world. It highlights how the Reserve Bank has pioneered many an experiment in the laboratory that was India; how it has always tried to dovetail banking and finance to subserve the developmental needs of the country; and how, with its activism and policy interventions, it has crafted schemes for the benefit of the poor and the less privileged. Being always at the forefront of moulding public policy and economic thought, the RBI’s story, in some ways, is the story of finance and banking. Today, when RBI — as India’s central bank — seeks to steer the country’s banking sector into a globalized world, it has not lost sight of the common man’s concerns. s.

Covering its wide-ranging activities: from international finance to regulation and supervision, from technology to development, the book chronicles central banking events as they unfolded in India during the last 75 years. Together with visuals and vignettes, Mint Road Milestones: RBI 75 not only offers glimpses of the Bank’s eventful past and the road it has traversed, but also brings alive the spirit of one of the oldest central banks of the developing world.

Collateral Management Solution in the Banking Sector

Collateral management is something that is used in banking to help secure against the chances of somebody defaulting on a payment. It has been used for hundreds of years but has only been common and regularized since the 1980s.

The History of Collateral Management Solution

The first time that securities lending were used officially was in the 1980s by the Bankers Trust and the Salomon Brothers. They would take collateral to help protect them against their lenders potentially defaulting on any payments and losing out on the money. However, there are now standards legally on the collateral management solution and this did not happen until 1994.

Since then, technology has advanced and banking software is now widely available to help with determining the collateral based on the amount of loan required. There is also much more scrutiny over the solution and it has become something that is rather complex.

Lowering the Credit Risk

There are many people who are looking to borrow money, whether it is to buy a home, a car or even just to pay off the debts. When the amount gets to a certain amount, there is much more risk on the banks as there is no guarantee that the borrower will be able to pay back the money, this is when the securities lending comes in.

The collateral will be used to help reduce the risk and is something that has become extremely popular since 2008, when the economic crisis hit. It is also commonly used on those who have defaulted on loans in the past but need to borrow money to stay afloat.

The Types of Collateral

When it comes to using banking software, there are different types of collateral on offer. They each have their own risks and their own benefits but it is up to the bank as to the type of collateral management solution used.

Letters of credit and guarantors are used commonly for those who have very bad credit. This offers the chance for someone else to shoulder the debt if the original borrow is not able to pay off the debt. Of course, this form of securities lending has many risks to the guarantor since the debt will fall onto them and they will need to ensure they can pay it off or make arrangements with the original borrower.

Real estate and equity are other common options for collateral. When someone wants to borrow a large amount of money, they will usually put their home up as equity or the home will automatically be used as security in the banking software when taking out a mortgage. The pros to this is, that the borrower does not usually have to put up any money beforehand but there are risks in losing the house if defaults are made.

Cash is another option and has been noted to be one of the most popular. Surprisingly, cash is used in 82% of times, claims the ISDA.

What Is Collateral Management?

A collateral management solution is the full process of granting the loan, verifying details and the collateral and then giving advice on the types of collaterals that will help to reduce the risk to credit. However, there are other functions to this management. Securities lending also makes it possible for a borrower to gain more money than one would without the collateral in place.

Getting Ready For Upsc, Itbp And Ibps Recruitment 2013 With 3 Smiling Reasons

It is a chance for the aspiring candidates to give a befitting end to their preparations as well as their wait ends now with these advertisements. There are many such exams in India, which are awaited by the masses and UPSC or Union Public Service Commission exams, Institute of Banking Personnel Selection exams, etc are some of them.

Union Public Service Commission is the highest recruiting agency under the government of India, and is responsible for the recruitment of candidates to various officer positions in different central government departments. Not only are these posts counted among the prestigious jobs but also have a good pay scale, commensurate to the best in the whole country. It is not without reason that the UPSC exams are considered among the toughest in the country, especially the civil services. Apart from this, there are many other exams like Indian Engineering Services, Indian Statistical Services, Indian Economic Services, foreign services, SCRA, etc which are under the lookout of UPSC. In the UPSC recruitment 2013, many of these exams will be conducted for the aspiring candidates and they will be waiting for these opportunities. It will be a time of excitement for these candidates, who have been preparing for good outcomes since one previous year.

ITBP recruitment 2013 is also a reason for smiling for many candidates, who want to serve their country with the help of joining the defence services in the country. ITBP or Indo Tibetan Border Police is the wing of armed forces of India, which looks after the fighting and attacks on the borders of India. Not only is their work quite difficult and praiseworthy, but it is also a great pleasure for the recruits. With good pay scales, challenging job environment and a chance to serve the motherland, the ITBP recruitment will be the best time for candidates to be happy about. They can apply for the positions like constables, sub ordinate staff, commandants and many more, whenever there will be announcements of this recruitment.

IBPS recruitment 2013 has already brought smiles into the face of millions of aspiring candidates, who want to join the banking sector for its job stability, good pay and professional satisfaction. It is in the month of December 2012 that the IBPS clerk level CWE II would be held as per the announcements. After appearing in this exam, which consists of written and interview rounds, the final list of candidates will be able published. Through the help of these scores, candidates can put in their applications into the individual banks, so that their candidature is finalised by a final interview round in the banks.

Whenever there are announcement of recruitment in sectors like banking, railways, armed forces, PSUs, etc, there is a frenzy of people submitting their applications. They have the above reasons to be happy about and therefore they put in their applications, with lots of hope and enjoyment because such huge scale opportunities is not possible from other employment opportunities.

Banking With Absa Bank

Absa Bank is one of the leading financial services organizations in South Africa. The bank is responsible for serving personal, corporate and commercial customers in the country. The bank interacts with its customers through physical as well as electronic channel. The Barclays PLC is the major shareholder of this bank. The financial products offered by this bank include the following:

Basic products and services for low-income personal market

Customized products for the corporate and commercial markets

Bancassurance

Wealth management products and services

Absa Bank Overview

The Absa Bank is headquartered in Johannesburg. It has its operations in many other cities located in South Africa such as Cape Town, Durban, Bryanston, Midrand and Gauteng. It has also opened branches in Asia, Europe, UK, USA, Australia and Africa.

The swift code of this South African bank is ABSAZAJJ. This eight character code is employed to distinguish this bank from the other banks operating in the country. The swift is very useful in case of international transaction of money.
Services Offered by Absa Bank

It offers a bouquet of financial products to the customers. Below here we give you a description about few financial services offered by the Absa Bank.

Home Loans

Home loans are available to the customers buying a first house. The application can be filled online. The interest rates generally charged for the home loans are generally affordable to the customers. It offers different interest rates to the customers so that it becomes easy for the customers to the best option for him.

Internet Banking

Aside from the physical transaction, It has offered internet banking facility. You can avail a lot of banking services through on line banking services. You need a user id and password to avail the internet banking. The high-tech internet banking facility is a safe and smart way of doing banking transactions.

Credit Card

The credit card division is responsible for everything related to credit cards. The various kinds of credit cards offered by the bank are private credit card, classic credit card, electronic credit card, silver credit card, platinum credit card and gold credit card.