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MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I

VIVEK KR. PATHAK*, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY.

Abstract
Purpose: The present scenario in management education is witnessing a commercial competition of huge intensity. Added with the decreasing funding sources, the sector is shifting towards self-sustenance options and platforms. The present study discusses the role of alumni as a crucial contributor toward self-sustainability for the higher education Institutions and its feasibility. The study aims to identify and prioritize the factors influencing alumni to contribute to their Alma meter and seeks a long term associations.
Methodology: The study concentrated on the passed out graduates (alumni) of public Universities of North Eastern region of India to fulfil its objectives. The responses of the graduates were analysed for its reliability and data reduction using SPSS package software. The study further applied RIDIT analysis method for prioritizing the explored factors for meaningful conclusions.
Findings: Based on the analysis, the study concludes that statements belonging to university image factor were ranked above all followed by the statements of perceived service quality as influencers of giving back intentions of the alumni.
Practical Implications: The study suggests a roadmap to determine which service quality dimension guide toward higher or lower level of graduates’ overall satisfaction driving them toward giving back.

Key words: Give Back Intentions, Behavioural Intentions, Service Quality, Management Education, India, RIDIT Analysis.


 
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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. JCR. 2019; 6(6): 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07


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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. http://www.jcreview.com/?mno=302645076 [Access: April 10, 2021]. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07


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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. JCR. 2019; 6(6): 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07



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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. JCR. (2019), [cited April 10, 2021]; 6(6): 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07



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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY (2019) MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. JCR, 6 (6), 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07



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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. 2019. MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. Journal of Critical Reviews, 6 (6), 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07



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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. "MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I." Journal of Critical Reviews 6 (2019), 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07



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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY. "MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I." Journal of Critical Reviews 6.6 (2019), 41-48. Print. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07



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VIVEK KR. PATHAK, ANTRA VOHRA, BV SWATHI, REENU P JOY (2019) MANAGING MANAGEMENT GRADUATES’ GIVE BACK INTENTIONS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, PART I. Journal of Critical Reviews, 6 (6), 41-48. doi:10.22159/jcr.06.06.07