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Global Journal of Business Management Vol. 16, No. 1, June 2022

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Copyright  : Global Vision Publishing House. All Rights Reserved 
Editors : Prof. (Dr.) Amirul Hasan Ansari & Dr. P.V. Khatri
Frequency : Bi-annual
Reg No. : DELENG15963/29/1/2007-TC
ISSN : 0973-8533
Published By : Global Vision Publishing House
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Global Journal of Business Management (GJBM) is an internationally renowned peer reviewed and refereed journal that provides a platform for researchers/ professionals to publish their high quality research papers in management and its allied disciplines. Research paper submissions to GJBM are screened and peer-reviewed to maintain highest ethical and technical standards. It gives us immense pleasure to present June 2022 issue of Global Journal of Business Management. We owe this edition to the hard work of our academicians and researchers. The present issue touches upon some of the current issues in business management and its related fields. Five papers of this issue covering various functional areas of management have been rigorously selected.
The first paper of Madhusmita Choudhury and others explore different demographic factors, economic factors, and societal factors and explains how it influences the customer satisfaction in the automotive sector. The second paper of Pradyumna Kumar Dash discusses the importance of virtual learning and the SWOC analysis of virtual learning modes in an exceedingly time of crisis. It also throws some light on the expansion of EdTechstart-ups during times of pandemics and natural disasters and includes suggestions for academic institutions on a way to handle challenges related to virtual learning. In the third papers Priyanka Sharma investigates the relationship between spiritual intelligence and organizational commitment among doctors and found a significant correlation between spiritual intelligence and organizational commitment among doctors and their employees. The fourth chapter of Mohammad Atif Khan covers concept, meaning and perspectives of motivation in the classroom of higher education. In the fifth papers, Seema Khurshid Qureshi examines the relationship of leadership styles-transactional and transformational with employee turnover in service industry of KSA.
All the papers report a plethora of findings that should be of interest to researchers. We are grateful to all contributors and reviewers for their valuable inputs. We hope that our readers will be benefited from the knowledge so generated. We look forward to the continuous support of our contributors and reviewers, and invite papers, recommendations and discussions for further issues.

Editorial
1 Perceptual Mapping of SED & Customer Satisfaction to purchase a car 1
Madhusmita Choudhury, Shantanu Raj & Bidhu Bhusan Mishra
2 Virtual Classroom–A Panacea in the time of COVID- 19 Pandemic 15
Pradyumna Kumar Dash
3 Relationship Between spiritual Intelligence and Organizational Commitment 31
Priyanka Sharma
4 Motivation Process and Motivating Factors for Adult Learners 41
Mohammad Atif Khan
5 An Empirical Study on Relationship between Leadership Styles and Employee Turnover Intention: A Case Study 49
Seema Khurshid Qureshi

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