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International Research Journal of Management and Commerce (IRJMC)
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  • SYSTEM OF ENVIRONMENTAL-ECONOMIC ACCOUNTING: NEED, OBJECTIVES AND PROBLEMS


  • Dr. AMARDEEP D. JADHAV

Abstract:
Every business has an intervening accountability to make the fullest possible use of its resources both human and material


01-10
2
  • ROLE OF AGRO-BASED INDUSTRIES IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA


  • Dr. Meena Fakira Patil

Abstract:
Indian economy is agro based economy. Most of population of India is dependent on agriculture.


11-16
3
  • RESEARCH PAPER ON ONLINE MARKETING: IMPACT ON SOCIETY


  • Smt. Dhobale Archana Vishnu

Abstract:
Online marketing is leveraging the unique capabilities of latest interactive media to make new sort of interactions


17-27
4
  • A CRITICAL REVIEW OF CASHLESS SYSTEM OF IN INDIAN ECONOMY


  • Prin. Dr. H. M. Jare

Abstract:
Demonetization in October 2016 was a memorable experience for every Indian and it is definitely one of the important economic events of our time


28-35
5
  • GOODS AND SERVICES TAX IN INDIA– CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES


  • Dr. Bhosale J. P.

Abstract:
This paper focuses on the features, challenges and opportunities of Goods and Services Tax. It also presents an overview


36-42
6
  • CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM IN INDIA: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY


  • Dr. S. D. Takalkar

Abstract:
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has initiated several measures to bring equity, efficiency and excellence in the Higher Education System of country.


43-54
7
  • MICRO FINANCE AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN INDIA


  • Dr. Anil Vitthalrao Sawant

Abstract:
The present research paper is focuses on Women Empowerment through Micro Finance. Microfinance is generally


55-62
8
  • E-BUSINESS: PRESSING NEED OF THE HOUR


  • DR. V. T. PATE

Abstract:
This is a research paper presenting the current E-Business situation in India. Electronic Business is more than


63-69
9
  • OPERATIONS AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS


  • Prof. Thorat Ganesh Ambadas Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, S.M.B.S.T. College, Sangamner Dr. Pawar Dattatray. D. Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, S.M.B.S.T. College, Sangamner

Abstract:
Scheduled Banks in India refer to those banks which have been included in the Second Schedule of Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934


70-73
10
  • A STUDY OF INNOVATIONS ON BANKING SECTOR


  • Kalbhor Madhura Kiran Research Scholar Research Centre in Commerce Arts, Commerce & Science College , Narayangaon, Tal-Junnar, Dist-Pune, Maharashtra. Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Rajshekhar Shivarudrappa Toragal Research Scholar Research Centre in Commerce Arts, Commerce & Science College , Narayangaon, Tal-Junnar, Dist-Pune, Maharashtra. Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune

Abstract:
This paper examines the effects of technology in the banking industry. Based on an expansive re- view of literature


74-80
11
  • A STUDY OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION & LITERACY IN TRIBAL AREA SPECIAL REFERANCE WITH PUNE DISTRICT’S JUNNAR TALUKA


  • Prof. Arjun B. Bhagwat Head, Department of Commerce, S. M. Joshi College, Hadapsar, Pune Prof. Bablu Gaikwad Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, S. M. Joshi College, Hadapsar, Pune

Abstract:
The study has tried to investigate the status of the financial inclusion of tribal people in Pune districts Junnar Tasil,


81-90
12
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


  • Dr. A. R. Ghumatkar

Abstract:
Entrepreneurship is a dynamic process of vision, and creation. It requires an application of energy and passion towards the creation


91-97
13
  • A STUDY OF ROLE OF VENTURE CAPITAL FINANCING IN THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF STARTUPS IN INDIA


  • Dr. J. P. Bhosale Head : Research Centre Arts, Commerce & Science College, Narayangaon, Tal :Junnar, Dist : Pune, Pin : 410504, Maharashtra, India. CA Motilal B. Bhavnani CFO At Synergy Lifestyles Private Limited, 201 Sona Apartment GolMaidan Ulhasnagar-421001

Abstract:
Venture capital financing firms have unique capabilities in terms of dealing with high uncertainty, high degrees of information asymmetry,


98-105
14
  • A REVIEW OF E–COMMERCE AND THE CHANGING ERA OF E-COMMERCE


  • Dr. Borhade Manik Uttam

Abstract:
E-commerce, also known as electronic commerce or internet commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods or services using the internet


106-110
15
  • A STUDY OF SELF ESTEEM IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION


  • Prof. Deokar M. B.

Abstract:
The purpose of self-esteem is to feel and imagine that people nurtured in their mind over time about their self. In simple words, self-esteem


111-117
16
  • EVOLUTION OF E-BANKING AND ITS BENEFITS FOR BUSINESS


  • Dr. Chopade B. B.

Abstract:
The nearly universal connectivity which the Internet offers has made it an invaluable business tool.


118-123
17
  • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF M-COMMERCE


  • Dr. Mangesh Kacharu Shirsath

Abstract:
E-commerce refers to the purchase and sale of products and services through the Internet.


124-127
18
  • AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT


  • Asst. Prof. H. K. Jagtap

Abstract:
This paper submitted to make an analysis of agriculture and rural development. India's agriculture is composed of many crops,


128-136
19
  • A STUDY OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION FROM ONLINE SHOPPING AND E-COMMERCE


  • Prof. P. G. Jagtap

Abstract:
With the rapid growth e-commerce in India. Online shopping are done by every wear in the India and it is possible due to internet


137-143
20
  • A STUDY OF AWARENESS AND PROBLEMS FACED WITH RESPECT TO M-COMMERCE IN PUBLIC


  • Dr. Sonali Gopal Kale

Abstract:
The purpose of the research is to find the awareness and problems of M-commerce in public. M-commerce helps in E-banking, browsing


144-151
21
  • A STUDY OF E-BANKING HABITS AMONG THE TRIBAL STUDENTS WITH THE SPECIAL REFERENCE OF GOVT. S.T BOYS HOSTELS PUNE CITY


  • Prof. Bablu Gaikwad Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce S. M. Joshi College, Hadapsar, Pune Prof. Arjun B. Bhagwat Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce S. M. Joshi College, Hadapsar, Pune

Abstract:
These studies investigate the awareness level of tribal students from Govt. S.T Boys Hostels Pune city about e-banking services and how much


153-161
22
  • MANAGEMENT STYLES AND INNOVATION IN WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS


  • Dr. Rahmani Kamran Ambar Mohd Ayyub

Abstract:
Studies suggest that management style affects organizational innovation. However, not much is known about innovation in women-owned enterprises


162-171
23
  • RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES


  • Dr. Magar Jyoti Popat

Abstract:
Rural entrepreneurship has an important role to play in the development of Indian economy.


172-177
24
  • MAHARASHTRA STATE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING BOARD : CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS


  • Dr. Takalkar S. D. Head Dept. of Commerce , Arts, commerce, & Science College, and Research Centre of commerce, Narayangaon, Pune, Maharashtra Modhave Vaishali Sachin Research Scholar Arts, commerce, & Science College, and Research Centre of commerce, Narayangaon, Pune, Maharashtra

Abstract:
The present paper is focuses on challenges before MSAMB. Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board The Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board, Pune has been established


178-183
25
  • A SMALL, MEDIUM & LARGE SCALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT SITUATION IN RURAL AREA OF PUNE DISTRICT


  • Prof. Dr. Dattatraya S. Tambe

Abstract:
An Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy. Near about 70 percent of the population of India depend upon agriculture


184-191
26
  • OVERVIEW OF GST AND IMPACT OF GST ON HOTEL INDUSTRY


  • Surendar Paulpandi Nadar

Abstract:
GST is a path breaking indirect tax reform which attempts to create a common national market


192-197
27
  • TECHNOLOGY AND CONCEPTUAL INNOVATIONS HAS TRANSFORMED THE FACE OF BANKING


  • Prof. Samel Shirish Chandrakant

Abstract:
The banks like other business organizations are deploying innovative sales techniques and advanced marketing tools to gain supremacy


198-208
28
  • E - BANKING


  • Dr. Geeta Avinash Rashinkar

Abstract:
India one of the developing country in the third world, in which the promotion of the service sector has received


209-216
29
  • A STUDY OF ADVANTAGES AND EFFECTS OF E-COMMERCE


  • Prof. Rekha Lahu Karad

Abstract:
Its age of modernization. Managing trust, satisfaction of customers in E-Commerce services is most important job for businessman


217-222
30
  • OVERVIEW OF DIGITAL BANKING, ITS SERVICES, ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES IN INDIA


  • Prof. Potdar Pravin Ramesh

Abstract:
The world has changed and continues to change rapidly. The convergence of telecom, media and computing has changed the way we work, play and live.


223-229
31
  • TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN AN ORGANIZATION


  • Dr. Kishor Shankar Nikam Dr. D. Y. Patil ACS College, Pimpri, Pune-18 Asst. Prof. Leena P. Kolambkar Dr. D. Y. Patil ACS College, Pimpri, Pune-18

Abstract:
Performance appraisal could even be a crucial tool to live the frameworks set by any organization to its employees.


230-236
32
  • A REVIEW ON EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES FOR MEDICINAL PLANTS


  • Asst. Prof. Shruti Pawar

Abstract:
Medicinal plants are mostly used in ethno medicine treating common disease such as cold, fever and other medicinal claims


237-244
33
  • AN OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL POLICY AND ECONOMICS THROUGH INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH, ACADEMIC STATUS AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE REVIEW


  • Dr. Fulsundar Shrikant,Mangesh Pandit Baisane

Abstract:
Social policy is an interdisciplinary subject. While studying this topic, it is link from the perspective of economics


245-251
34
  • ROLE OF MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN BUSINESS ORGANISATION


  • ABHIJIT T. KORHALE

Abstract:
In India, Small and Medium Enterprises is the base of Indian Economy. The life of Indian peoples is very much dependent on the production of this sector


252-259
35
  • FUTURE SCENARIO OF E-COMMERCE IN INDIA


  • Mr. Kolekar Shivaji Shrimant

Abstract:
There are players who made a good beginning. Their success depends on their understanding of the market


260-266
36
  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION PROCESS IN INDIA


  • Prof. Kute Puja Chandrakant

Abstract:
Right from the time when a child is born, communication plays an important role in his life.


267-273
37
  • MGNREGA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ACCORDING TO DIVISIONS IN THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA


  • Sagar Devidas Mhetre, Poonam Dashrath Pardeshi

Abstract:
India virtually lives in its villages. Being a pre dominant agrarian economy, in India agriculture continues


274-280
38
  • CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES BEFORE INDIAN DAIRY FARM


  • Mule Suvarna Sachin Research Scholar Research Centre in Commerce Arts, Commerce & Science College , Narayangaon, Tal-Junnar, Dist-Pune, Maharashtra. Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Kolhe Jayshri Research Scholar Research Centre in Commerce Arts, Commerce & Science College , Narayangaon, Tal-Junnar, Dist-Pune, Maharashtra. Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune

Abstract:
India is undoubtedly the largest milk producing country of world. India has highest population of cow and buffalo


281-285
39
  • SECURITY AND SECURITY SOLUTIONS AND DIFFICULTIES OF EBUSINESS


  • Mr. Shoyab Tayar Shaikh SSMBST College Sangamner, Dist- Ahmednagar, (MH) Dr. Dattatray D. Pawar SSMBST College Sangamner, Dist- Ahmednagar, (MH)

Abstract:
In 1998, IBM, with its agency Ogilvy & Mather, began to use its foundation in IT solutions and expertise to market itself as a leader


286-293
40
  • DIGITAL PAYMENT SYSTEM IN INDIA: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES


  • Mr. Santosh Y. Lande

Abstract:
The main aim of this research paper is to explore in India a digital payment system, and thus identify Opportunities


294-301
41
  • CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN INDIA-ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVE


  • Miss. Poora S. Sane

Abstract:
This paper addresses some of the issues and concerns faced by Indian companies on the issues of Corporate Governance.


302-309
42
  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF OLD TAX SYSTEM AND GST IN INDIA


  • Prof. Kale Utkarsh Dattatray

Abstract:
The Goods and Services Tax (GST), implemented on July 1,2017, is regarded as a major taxation reform till date implemented


310-316
43
  • E-MARKETING - A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE


  • Kharat Savita Bhausaheb

Abstract:
E-commerce provides the capability of buying and selling products, information and services on the Internet and other online environments


317-320
44
  • GST : UPDATE AND AN OVERVIEW


  • CA(Dr.) Ashok Uttam Mojad

Abstract:
As per Article 366(12A), the Government of India(GOI) has enacted new Act namely Goods and Service Tax Act


321-326
45
  • GROWTH OF AGRO PROCESSING INDUSTRIES IN INDIA


  • Asst. Prof. Khopade V.D.,Dr. Satav G. P.

Abstract:
Agro processing is now well opportunities of growth in the various countries in the world.


327-332
46
  • A STUDY OF SUSTAINABILITY AND INNOVATIONS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT


  • Prin. Dr. H. M. Jare Hutatma Rajguiru Mahavidyalaya, Rajgurunagar, Dist. Pune Mrs. Alka Sunil Mistri

Abstract:
Sustainability is the ability to exist constantly. Innovation means the action or process of innovating or Innovation means a new method


333-343
47
  • DIGITAL INDIA: OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES


  • DR. SURVASE DEEPAK KUNDLIK

Abstract:
Digital India is the beginning of digital revolution. It is a dream which is created by the Government of India


346-349
48
  • Challenges before Higher Education in India


  • Pravinkumar Dinkar Jadhav

Abstract:
During the past twenty years, a new paradigm of the function of higher education in society has gradually emerged. As The shape of global culture and economic balances have shifted as we made our way into the 21st century


350-357
49
  • THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ONLINE ADVERTISING: CONSUMER’S PERCEPTIONS OF ADS ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND YOUTUBE.


  • Prof.Amol Bajirao Kale and Prin. Dr. L. B. Gholap

Abstract:
The Indian advertising industry has evolved from being a small-scaled business to a full-fledged industry. The advertising industry is projected to be the second fastest growing advertising market in Asia after China. It is estimated that by 2018, the share of ad spend in India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will be around 0.55 per cent


358-363
50
  • A Study of E-Commerce in India


  • Prof. Kasbe Vikas Sudhakar

Abstract:
E-commerce/ electronic commerce or EC is the buying and selling of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the internet.


364-368
51
  • Indian Agriculture: Growth, Problem and Policy Measures


  • Prof. Dr. Rajendra A. Rasal

Abstract:
India is mainly agricultural economy. Agriculture and its allied sectors still remain an important sector because of its continued role in employment, income and most importantly in national food security.


369-375
52
  • A STUDY ON TAX PAYER SATISFACTION IN GOODS AND SERVICE TAXAT THENI DISTRICT


  • Mrs.G.MAHALAKSHMI M.DIVYA DEVI

Abstract:
Goods and Service Tax is defined as the Giant Indirect Tax. The structure was designed for support and enhances the economic growth of a country. As of now 150 countries have implemented GST so far


376-381
53
  • THE IMPACT OF WORKING CONDITION ON EMPLOYEES’ TURNOVER.


  • Dr. A.A. Adegoroye Adewinbi, Benjamin Lawson

Abstract:
The pillar of success for any organization is largely depends on the quality of its workforce. Retaining this competent and dedicated staff have been the battle an organization must fight and win.


382-400
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