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  • TRENDS IN THE AREA, PRODUCTIVITY AND PRODUCTION OF PULSES CROP IN NAGPUR DISTRICT


Dr. Sangita Warade

Abstract:
Foodgrains is our daily need.. Pulses have been basic part of our daily food. Pulses are good sources of proteins Fibres, Minerals and carbohydrate. In India, pulses are used in daily consumption. The Pulses plant help in nitrogen fixation in the farm. The major grown Pulses in Nagpur district are Pigeon Pea, Green Gram, Black Gram, Chickpea. A 100 gram serving of cooked chickpeas contains 18% of the for protein, 30% of dietary fiber, 43% for folate and 52% DV for manganese.


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  • MULTIDIMENSIONAL INDEX MEASURES OF DIGITAL FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN EMERGING MARKETS: A CASE OF INDIA


Dr. Nageswara Rao Dara

Abstract:
The purpose of the study is to measuring with multidimensional index of digital financial inclusion in emerging markets, particularly in aspects of India performance. Despite the promise of digital financial services to reach the unbanked, challenges remain in emerging markets.


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  • SUSTAINABLE GROWTH OF TOURISM INDUSTRY


Garvit Dhingra

Abstract:
India can always possess of its rich cultural inheritance. Travel and Tourism in India is a vital part of Indian tradition and culture. In ancient times, travel was primarily for pilgrimage –as the holy places the country attracted people from different parts of the world. People also travel to participate in large scale feasts, fairs and festivals in different parts of the country.


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  • GROWTH OF INDIAN M-COMMERCE AND ITS IMPACT ON E-COMMERCE RETAILERS STRATEGY


Dr. K. Natarajan

Abstract:
The emergence of Electronic commerce has caused a revolution in the commercial environment through fundamentally altering the end-to-end process of undertaking commercial transactions through electronic means. However, with the advent of wireless networks, the rapid proliferation of mobile devices in recent years, and the demand for associated value-added services, the area of mobile commerce has also emerged.


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  • ONLINE PURCHASING PATTERN OF WORKING WOMEN


Dr Chaya Bagrecha, Mr. Pritish Saha

Abstract:
The phenomenon of working and financially independent women is of recent origin. It is only recently that more and more women are becoming their and their families’ bread earners. One major challenge that working women face is lack of time.


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  • IMPACT OF BANKS DEPOSIT MOBILIZATION AND CREDIT FINANCING ON CAPITAL FORMATION


Muluneh Lemma, Venkati Ponnala

Abstract:
Capital formation or real investment is an essential component for economic development and growth. Capital formation may take place for many reasons. In any of the cases, capital formation or real investment can only be realized if adequate funds are available. To finance investment required for economic growth and capital formation, the economy needs to generate sufficient savings.


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  • “AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF CUSTOMER SERVICES STRATEGIES OF STATE BANK OF INDIA & HDFC BANK IN PUNE DISTRICT”


Prof. N. B. Chaudhari

Abstract:
Banking industry is the backbone of Indian economy. It plays a crucial role in bringing about socio-economic transformation and also act as a catalyst to economic growth. Its tremendous growth made it one of the most endorsed banking destinations in the world. Banking plays a vital role in economic progress of a country. Banking industry is the most important service industry.


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  • A THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL REVIEW OF THE INNOVATION IN TOURISM


Ruben Molina, Melissa Ochoa, Jorge V. Alcaraz

Abstract:
The study of innovation in the tourism sector is recent; it is considered that tourism businesses are not innovations developers because they acquired them from external suppliers and for this reason are not considered as triggers of a series of innovations. However, this does not preclude that investigations carried out in this sector.


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