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Fr Vineeth George CMF bags the IJRULA International Award 2018 for his research in Organizational Behaviour

Published On : 22 Jun 2018   |  Reported By : media release


The International Journal for Research Under Literal Access (IJRULA), Malaysia has conferred upon Fr Vineeth George, the Vice Principal of St Claret College, Bangalore the IJRULA International Award for the Best Researcher 2018.

 

The award was presented by the Director of IJRULA on 19.06.2018 in special recognition of Fr Vineeth’s M.Phil dissertation on Organizational Behaviour for its robust sample size and zero plagiarism. The award consisted of a citation, a certificate, life membership of IJRULA and induction into its Editorial Board. Fr Vineeth carried out his research at Jain University under the guidance of Dr Harold Patrick. His research findings have been published in the prestigious scopus indexed International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics.







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