Current Issues

International Research Journal of Marketing and Economics (IRJME)
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1
  • ROLE OF RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE TOWARDS THE ADOPTION OF IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY IN CACHAR DISTRICT OF ASSAM


  • Munim Ahmed Barbhuiya, Niranjan Roy

Abstract:
In a country like India, where agriculture has always been considered as the backbone of the economy, public investment on rural infrastructure not only increases the performance of this sector but also motivates the farmers to adopt improved farming technology.


1-11
2
  • EXPLORATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS FOR E-COMMERCE MARKETING STIMULI FACTORS


  • Mr. K. A. Pavan, Dr. N. Nirmaladevi

Abstract:
In this Digitalized era, doing business in an ‘E-Commerce way’ have become a fashion and also a compulsion for any business activity. E-Commerce keeps certain business bottlenecks away as, they are more digitalized, more live, real-time, speed and easy accessibility.


12-20
3
  • GLOBAL ECONOMIC TURMOIL – A ROAD MAP OF INDIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH


  • Dr. Amit Kumar Khare

Abstract:
In this global turmoil the growing economy like India, china and South America are moving considerably very high growth rate of their respective countries. India may open its FDI for service infrastructure and aviation sector which will ultimately enhance its growth rate for service and manufacturer units.


21-31
4
  • PATTERN OF LANDUSE IN KARNAL DISTRICT, HARYANA


  • Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
Land use is the total arrangement and the activity that human beings undertaken on earth surface. According to the changing needs of the society, time to time, the land use also changed.


32-43
5
  • A LITERATURE REVIEW ON FACTORS AFFECTING SERVICE QUALITY IN RESTAURANTS


  • Prof. Kalgi Shah, Dr. A N Sanghvi, Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt

Abstract:
The major objective of any service is to meet need of the customers. Due to unique characteristics of services, measurement of service quality becomes very subjective.


44-56
6
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA


  • Mr. Vikram Kumar Sharma, Mr. Saroj Thakur

Abstract:
Inclusive growth is possible only through proper mechanism which channelizes all the resources from top to bottom. Financial inclusion is an innovative concept which makes alternative techniques to promote the banking habits of the rural people because, India is considered as largest place for rural people in the world.


57-66
7
  • OPEN ECONOMY AND THE CRISIS


  • Garima Malhotra

Abstract:
In today’s world, no nation exists in economic isolation, all aspects of a nation’s economy –its industries, service sectors, levels of income and employment, living standard are linked to the economies of its trading partners.


67-80
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