Volume : VII, Issue : XII, December - 2018

Conscious Manifestations and its perception of Carbon Footprint management practices among the Management Students about the Sustainability practices adopted in the Organizations: An empirical study

Asmeen Mahapatro, M. D. Saibaba

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There have been numerous studies on Carbon Foot Print Management practices adopted by the large cap Corporates but scant attention has been paid to little Small and Medium caps in MSME sectors. This paper examines the Meta cognitive learning and perception among Post Graduate students about the green management practices adopted in MSME sector across different verticals.

The respondents had a year of Post Graduate Management education, across different domains, prior to their internships in these sectors. Their perceptions have been captured through a structured questionnaire based on likert scale rating.

The significant outcome is that students have gained a greater insight into understanding and response to metrics pertaining to green management. This lends credibility for extrapolation and scaling. Presently scalability constraints precludes generalization.

On the flip side, the authors also solicited opinion of the Managers, of the organizations where such students normally do internship for the same parameters.

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Conscious Manifestations and its perception of Carbon Footprint management practices among the Management Students about the Sustainability practices adopted in the Organizations: An empirical study , Asmeen Mahapatro, M. D. Saibaba , GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-7| Issue-12 | December-2018


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