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Employee engagement has been the most widely researched area of human resource in recent times because of its practical importance in business organizations today. Engagement plays a major role as an antecedent in many organizational outputs like employee performance, commitment, and competitive advantage, etc. This research paper is aimed at identifying the factors contributing to employee engagement and its association with the affective, continuance and normative modules of organizational commitment among Indian ship officers. This research work attempts to explore the correlation existing if any, between work and organizational engagement variables with three aspects of organizational commitment. The whole study is mainly focused on seafarer’s perspective and so few alterations in questionnaires of engagement and commitments were made in discussion with experts from the shipping industry. This study confirms that employee engagement is positively associated with affective and normative components whereas, engagement is not significantly associated with continuance component of organizational commitment which is a contradicting result from existing studies where continuance commitment has reported a significant negative relationship with engagement. This study also discloses the fact that the engagement and commitment levels of officers working with deck and engine department did not contrast significantly, nor did they significantly differ between officers working in different types of ships, different designations and between officers with a different experience.
The influence of acoustic property of fabrics made from recycled polyethylene terephthalate (recycled PET), juteand flax fibres have been studied. Six different blended proportions (100 % Recycled PET, 100 % Jute, 100 % flax, 25 %jute: 25 % flax: 50 % recycled PET, 50 % jute: 25 % flax: 25 % recycled PET, 25 % jute: 50 % flax: 25 % recycled PET) ofdifferent grams per square meter 200, 400, 600 needle punched technique non woven fabrics have been produced andanalyzed for their properties. The sound reduction of needle punched 50 % jute: 25 % flax: 25 % recycled PET non-wovenhas shown better performance among the six samples. The grams per square meter of the samples influence the soundreduction values of non woven fabric. Increase in gsm of the material also increases the sound reduction value. Among all thesamples, the 50 % jute: 25 % flax: 25 % recycled PET non-woven sample produces good acoustic property in developeddigital sound reduction tester and commercial sound impedance tube absorption co efficient value. Anova mathematical toolshows the there is a significant difference between input and output signal in the digital sound reduction tester. From theresults, It is found that the sound reduction property of non woven fabrics increases and decreases with the types of fibre andgrams per square meter of the samples. The jute non woven fabric can be used as good sound reduction material for variousindustrial applications.