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International Research Journal of Marketing and Economics (IRJME)
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1
  • KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


  • DR. GORAKH. H. BARHATE

Abstract:
Knowledge is important to carry on any business. For successful working of an organization, Knowledge Management (KM) is very necessary.


01-06
2
  • AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT


  • Asst. Prof. H. K. Jagtap

Abstract:
This paper submitted to make an analysis ofagriculture and rural development.India's agriculture is composed of many crops, with the foremost food staples being rice and wheat.


1-9
3
  • IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN NEPALESE COMMERCIAL BANKS


  • PROF. DR. RADHE S. PRADHAN & BIBEK CHAUDHARY

Abstract:
This study examines the impact of corporate social responsibility on organizational performance in Nepalese commercial banks. Corporate social responsibility is the dependent variable. The independent variables are firm profitability, customer retention, employees, shareholders and community. The primary sources of data are used to assess the opinions of the respondents regarding the different impact of corporate social responsibility on organizational performance in Nepalese commercial banks. The study is based on 108 respondents. To achieve the purpose of the study, structured questionnaire is prepared. The Kendall’s tau correlation coefficients and regression models are estimated to test the significance and impact of corporate social responsibility on organizational performance in Nepalese commercial banks.


08-21
4
  • A STUDY ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND GEN Z EMPLOYMENT IN INDIA


  • PROF. REWATI SOMAN

Abstract:
The National Strategy for AI in India is termed #AIForAll as it is focused on leveraging AI for inclusive growth in line with the Government policy of Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas. Role of the Government has been clearly delineated to develop the research ecosystem, promote adoption and address skilling challenges.


22-27
5
  • ROLE & CHALLENGES OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA


  • PROF. DR. D.D. PAWAR

Abstract:
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies corporations or firms conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly and beneficial to community in terms of development. Corporate social responsibility also known as corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, responsible business.


28-32
6
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON E-BUSINESS STRATEGIES USED ON SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS


  • DR. J. P. BHOSALE

Abstract:
The use of social media platforms has been quite high in recent years to support business processes change from the traditional way of marketing to a new electronic era has taken place in the last quarter century


33-41
7
  • ROLE OF LOGISTICS IN THE CHANGED INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO


  • DR. SHIVAJI D. TALKALKAR Head-Dept. of Commerce, Arts, Commerce and Science College, Narayangaon, Pune GANESH B. PATHARE Research Scholar Arts, Commerce and Science College, Narayangaon, Pune

Abstract:
In todays developing economy and the post globalization industrial scenario the market is witnessing fierce competition


42-48
8
  • GST: CHALLENGES, BENEFITS AND IMPACT ON INDIAN ECONOMY


  • DR. A.V. SAWANT

Abstract:
In India comprehensive dual Goods and Services Tax (GST) has replaced the complex multiple indirect tax structure from 1 July 2017.


49-55
9
  • HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES


  • ASST. PROF. DR.VALLABH SHANKAR KARANDIKAR

Abstract:
This paper is an attempt to show the status of higher education in India taking into consideration its challenges and opportunities


56-59
10
  • FUTURE PROSPECTS OF E-GOVERNANCE: A STUDY


  • DR. MAHENDRAKUMAR D. KATRE

Abstract:
India is a developing country. Yet, it needs to fill the socio-economic objectives with effective governance of the Govt. In the era of ICT, all most all nations in the world adopted ICT in their administration, providing essential goods and services to its masses on time. In the context of Indian economy


61-66
11
  • E- GOVERNANCE: MAJOR CHALLENGES IN INDIA


  • DR. SANJAY B. BAGDE

Abstract:
The traditional approaches dominated in the 20th century failed to respond to the changing environment in rendering the services to the public.


67-72
12
  • E-BUSINESS: INNOVATIVE BUSINESS MODELS


  • DR. SANJAY DHANVIJAY

Abstract:
The said research paper involves a study of the impact of Electronic Commerce on Business. The research study has highlighted the Management Information Systems, Finance


74-81
13
  • DIGITAL MARKETING IN INDIAN CONTEXT


  • DR. ABA ANNA JAGADALE

Abstract:
Digital marketing is often referred to as 'online marketing', 'internet marketing' or 'web marketing'.


82-90
14
  • BEST PRACTICES IN EVENT MANAGEMENT


  • SHELAR PRATIK ASHOK Research Scholar Annasaheb Waghire College, Otur, Pune DR. G. M. DUMBRE Vice-Principal Annasaheb Waghire College, Otur, Pune

Abstract:
Event management is a ubiquitous word in modern society. The word is used for small business breakfasts, large corporate shows and also for big international sport events, such as the Olympic Games.


91-97
15
  • A STUDY OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION FROM BANKINGSERVICES WITH RESPECT TO PRIVATE BANK IN PUNE DISTRICTS


  • PROF. APARNA YOGIRAJ JAUNJAL

Abstract:
Banking is to be considered as pure financial service industry and responsible for the economic development of an economy up to great extent. Satisfaction of customer is the vital


98-103
16
  • TO STUDY EXPENDITURE ON HUMAN RESOURCES OF TATA MOTORS FROM 2010 TO 2019


  • DR. ANIL NAGTILAK Head Research Sinhgad Institute, Lonavala Pune, India YOGITA JAYENDRA KADAM Ph. D Scholar Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune, India

Abstract:
In the rapid growth of the industries, indisputably human force is the most valuable asset of every organization


104-112
17
  • MGNREGA – A RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT


  • Prof. Dr. Vijay B. Bairagi

Abstract:
Any country can’t develop without developing its rural area. India is an agriculture country and most of the people live in rural area, which lived in village


113-118
18
  • AGRICULTURAL & RURAL DEVELOPMENT


  • MR. BHOKSE UMESH CHINDHU

Abstract:
Agriculture is one of the major sources of income for large numbers of people in rural India.


119-124
19
  • DIGITAL INDIA – NEW ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES


  • Dr. Anil Vitthalrao Sawant

Abstract:
The success of entrepreneurship will be the true success of India. Digital India – the dream project of the government and a blessing for the citizenscould help in connecting the dots of various projects, past and present


125-131
20
  • A STUDY OF GREEN ACCOUNTING PRACTICES IN MAHARASHTRA


  • DR. ANIS G. MOMIN

Abstract:
Green accounting is one of the crucial areas in today’s corporate social responsibility.


132-135
21
  • STUDY OF RURAL TOURISM AND AGRO TOURISM


  • DR. ROUNDAL S. R.

Abstract:
Agri tourism as “involves accommodation being offered in the farm house or in a separate guesthouse


136-139
22
  • ROLE OF GREEN MARKETING IN MODERN AGE


  • DR. SANJAY B. SHINDE

Abstract:
In the modern era of globalization, it has become a challenge to keep the customers as well as consumers in fold


140-146
23
  • A STUDY ON ONLINE MARKETING AND ITS IMPACT


  • DR JYOTI MANE

Abstract:
Day by day growing digital market in India is an evident that the Digitalization is taking place with high speed


147-153
24
  • AGRO -TOURISM BUSINESS IN MAHARASHTRA


  • DR. SHRIKANT M. FULSUNDAR

Abstract:
Agro tourism is complimentary to traditional agricultural activities. It is an opportunity for Farmers to use the available resources


154-160
25
  • WOMEN PERFORMANCE IN E-MARKETING: A REVIEW


  • MRS. CHHAYA S. GALANDE Vice-Principal, Department of Computer Science, Padmashri Vikhe Patil College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Pravaranagar MISS. YOGITA B. KHARDE Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Padmashri Vikhe Patil College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Pravaranagar

Abstract:
In the era of digital marketing, woman is not restricted to four walls of home but she is involved in all kinds of employments which gives her financial stability


161-166
26
  • COMPUTER & E-BANKING IN INDIAN BANKING SECTORS


  • PROF. DR. GAVHALE B. V.

Abstract:
This paper is an attempt to highlight the role of computers and e-banking in banking sector. Computer has become a part and parcel in the present scenario


166-169
27
  • A STUDY OF GOODS AND SERVICE TAX AND ITS IMPACT ON VARIOUS SECTORS OF INDIAN ECONOMY


  • PROF. GAWADE NILESH BABASAHEB

Abstract:
This paper is a study of Goods and service tax (GST) system in India. GST is a single national uniform tax levied across India.


170-174
28
  • FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT: IMPACT ON INDIA


  • DR. ARCHANA A. GUNJAL

Abstract:
The traditional practice of selling goods to the consumer is unorganized retail like Kirana store


175-180
29
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION OF JIO INFO. COMM. LTD. USERS AND OTHER THAN JIO INFO. COMM. LTD. USERS WITH REFERENCE TO JUNNAR AND AMBEGAON TAHSIL


  • INAMDAR TARIQ BAHSIR KHAN

Abstract:
Customer satisfaction within the telecom Industries has some of expectations and perceptions as evolved by the customers


181-190
30
  • GST- IMPACT ON VARIOUS SECTORS


  • ASST. PROF. PRAVIN T. JADHAV

Abstract:
GST is the most ambitious and remarkable indirect tax reforms in India’s post independent history.


191-195
31
  • AN OVERVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING IN INDIA


  • MRS. DR. SARIKA ABA JAGADALE

Abstract:
Agriculture is one of the Important sectors of the Indian economy. Agricultural marketing covers


196-203
32
  • NEEDS OF AGRICULTURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA


  • DR. JAGTAP BALASAHEB SHESHRAO

Abstract:
Agripreneurs is an entrepreneurship related with agriculture and allied activities. India has big agriculture industry and sufficient customers


204-207
33
  • ANALYSIS OF CSR ACTIVITIES OF CORPORATE SECTOR IN RURAL AREA (SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ROHA TALUKA


  • DR. KAMLAKAR E. KAMBLE

Abstract:
At present India is the world’s second- fastest growing major economy, with an average annual Gross


208-216
34
  • TELE SHOPPING - A TOOL OF E-MARKETING


  • MR. KARDAK S. B.

Abstract:
In the twenty-first century, retail marketing has grown exponentially. New trends are coming to retail marketing


217-221
35
  • DEVELOPMENT OF BANKING TECHNOLOGY IN INDIA


  • LANDGE CHANDRAKANT BALSHIRAM

Abstract:
Technology has brought about a complete paradigm shift in the functioning of banks and delivery, of banking services


221-228
36
  • A STUDY OF THE EXISTING SCENARIO OF GLOBAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS


  • PROF. MANE Y. S.

Abstract:
Although Luca Pacioli, the The Father of accounting and book-keeping introduced double-entry book-keeping in 1494 in Italy


229-235
37
  • A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS E-BANKING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GENERAL BANKING CUSTOMER


  • MANISHA C. LANDGE Research Scholar, J.J.T. University, Rajasthan Assistant Professor, N.C.R.D.’s Sterling College of Commerce, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India DR. BHOSALE J. P. Head : Research Centre in Commerce & Accountancy Arts, Commerce & Science College, Narayangaon, Tal-Junnar, Dist-Pune.

Abstract:
The dynamics of service quality and satisfaction of customer on banks situated in various countries indicates that earlier studies offered no consensus


236-243
38
  • ROLE OF MIDC IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF PUNE DISTRICT


  • VAISHALI P. MARKAD (Ph.D. Student) Abasaheb Garware Art, Science, Commerce Collage Pune. PROF. DR. B. H. JANGALE Daund Collage of Science, Commerce and Arts Daund Dist- Pune

Abstract:
The industry as a concept is related to manufacturing activities. The economic growth of the country depends upon industrial growth


244-247
39
  • MORALE, PRODUCTIVITY AND TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT


  • PROF. DR. MOKAL PRABHAKAR RAMJI

Abstract:
Introduction:-“The creative individual tends to have considerable independence of judgment ,rich, often bizarre imagination combined


248-258
40
  • A STUDY OF BANKING 2020 - EVOLUTION OR REVOLUTION


  • MOKAL SUSHANT RAMNATH Research Scholar Annasaheb Waghire Arts, Science and Commerce College A/P- Otur Tal – Junnar Dist- Pune DR. M. B. KHANDARE Research Guide Annasaheb Waghire Arts, Science and Commerce College A/P- Otur Tal – Junnar Dist- Pune

Abstract:
We believe that retail banking will look very difficult in 2020 than it does today. Powerful forces are reshaping the banking industry


259-266
41
  • A STUDY OF M-COMMERCE


  • DR. MUNDE SANJEEVANI DASHRATHRAO

Abstract:
The persistence of the research paper is to recognize the development and future course of M-commerce


267-271
42
  • IMPACT OF GOODS AND SERVICE TAX ON INDIAN BANKING SECTO


  • DR. NEHA D. NALAWADE Assistant Professor in Commerce Shri Shahu Mandir Mahavidyalaya, Pune MS. PRIYANKA G. GAJBHIYE Research Student Shri Shahu Mandir Mahavidyalaya, Pune

Abstract:
The introduction of GST in India is a substantial shift from the current tax regime. It is expected that service sectors will have a major impact on GST


272-275
43
  • KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


  • DR. JAGDISH J. PATIL

Abstract:
Knowledge Management (KM) is a concept and a term that arose approximately three decades ago, roughly in 1990.


276-281
44
  • A STUDY ON THE BUILDING OF PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AMONGST STUDENTS THROUGH EVENT MANAGEMENT


  • PRACHI DAHIYA

Abstract:
This paper is aimed at understanding the concept of Event Management as an everevolving skill and how event management at the college


282-291
45
  • STUDY OF THE SUGARCANE PRODUCTION OF SHRI. SOMESHWAR CO-OPERATIVE SUGAR FACTORIES LTD.


  • DR. RESHMA MOHIDDIN PATHAN

Abstract:
Maharashtra has a political heritage, a large number of political leaders appear to have establishment of cooperative institutions in the interest of general public


292-294
46
  • GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST)


  • DR.RETWADE L.G.

Abstract:
The introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) would be a very significant step in the field of indirect tax


295-301
47
  • E-COMMERCE IN INDIAN-AN OVERVIEW


  • DR. SHANKAR T. BATTASE Assistant Professor and Head Department Of Commerce and Management Government First Grade College Sindagi- 586128. Dist:Vijayapur (Karnataka) INDIA SMT. SUNANDA SHANKAR Asst. Professor Of Economics Government First Grade College Basavakalyan(585327), .Dist:Bidar (Karnataka) INDI

Abstract:
E-commerce is playing one of the vital role in business options and facilitate to explore in the future.


302-310
48
  • WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN THE RURAL AREA


  • PROF. DR. DATTATRAYA S. TAMBE

Abstract:
Women entrepreneur play a vital role in economic development. Energetic entrepreneurship will be a key to India's economic growth


311-317
49
  • ENVIRONMENT ISSUES AN OBLIGATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING


  • DR. SMT. SUVARNA S. WALIKAR

Abstract:
The industrialized globe has already used up many of the Earth’s natural resources, and now all are realizing that it will be dangerous


318-322
50
  • THE INTRODUCTION OF DIGITAL EDUCATION IN INDIA


  • DR. HARSHA BHARAT GOYAL

Abstract:
Digitization is the concept of changing the traditional system into technology. Our life becomes easier and smarter with the digitization


323-327
51
  • WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA - PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS


  • Dr. Jyoti Kirve

Abstract:
The educated women do not want to confine their lives within the four walls of the houses.


328-334
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