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International Research Journal of Marketing and Economics (IRJME)
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  • Impact of FDI on the Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of the Selected Private Sector Banks


  • Dr. Rakesh Kumar Prof. (Dr.) Surinder Singh

Abstract:
The present study examined the impact of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) on the Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of the selected private sector banks. The required data are mainly collected from RBI Data warehouse, Report on Trends and Progress of Banking in India, IBA Bulletins, Journals and Online database. Linear Regression technique has been used to study the correlationamong the variables and examine the impact of the independent variable (FDI)on dependent variable (CAR).Further, ANOVA and independent Sample t-test have been used to test the research hypotheses and validate the results of the study.The study found that there is no significant relationship between the FDI (independent variables) and CAR (independent variables). The CAR (dependent variable) is explained by the FDI (independent variables) to the level of 21 percent only andthere is no significant impact of FDI on the CAR of the selected private sector banks.It is recommended thatthe capital raising capacity in India is very less, hencethe country should requiredmore investment from outside to take the Indian banking sector to worldwide.


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  • A STUDY OF GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIAN RETAIL SECTOR


  • Dr. Vijaya Manjaba Pokale

Abstract:
The retail sector has played a very vital role throughout the world in increasing productivity of consumer goods and services. It is also second largest industry in US in terms of numbers of employees and establishments. India is the second one country in Population. Nearly more than 70% of total population is middle class. Due to this nature of the society results in boosting retail market in India. Now in current scenario India is the fifth largest preferred destination in World. Retailing in India constitutes one of the key elements of Indian Economy and contributes 10% of GDP.


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  • REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN MAHARASHTRA


  • Dr.Vijay B. Mante.

Abstract:
stretching nearly 720km along the Arabian sea. The sahyadri mountain ranges provide a physical backbone to the state on the west , while satpuda hill along the north and Bhamragad –Chiroli-Gaikhuri ranges on the east serve as its natural borders. The state is surrounded by Gujarat to the north-west, Madhya Pradesh to the north, Chhattisgarh to the east, Andhra Pradesh to the south east, Karnataka to the south and Goa to the south west. The state divides i.e. Konkan, Nasik, Pune, Aurangabad, Amaravati, And Nagpur as well as 36 districts are included in the division. Agriculture sector is one of the biggest sector in Maharashtra. Nearly 55% of the state population depends on Agriculture for its livelihood .This sector has been the single largest provider of the state.


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  • CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS GROWTH


  • Dr. Arjun Bhagwat

Abstract:
Today the emergence of new retailing format advancement in the field of technology & increase in consumer awareness & needs in making retail competition more interesting & also forcing retailers to devote more attention towards working out long term retail market strategy it will provide on insight to retailers on how to deal with market environment, customers & competition.Knowing your customers better will enable you to serve them better and keep them loyal forever. This is the main theme of Customer Relationship Management Customer relationship management (CRM). However, the understanding of the meaning of Customer relationship management


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  • CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT


  • DR. SAGAR SHASHANK POLE

Abstract:
Although Marketing is an age-old concept it has been improved from time to time to suit the changing needs of the mankind. After the establishment of World Trade Organization, the entire world has become a single market place. The members of the WTO have removed to a great extent the barriers of trade. Therefore, number of multinational organizations have moved to developing countries


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  • RURAL DEVELOPMENT, EMPLOYABILITY THROUGH COOPERATIVE SECTOR : A CRITICAL EVALUATION


  • DR. V. T. PATE

Abstract:
The said research paper is examine the rural development and also employment generation though cooperative sector in the study area. The study area is divided into two parts, rural and urban. The researcher has also studied the economic development, lifestyleof selected respondents in the study area. Cooperatives, credit cooperatives in particular, are an integral part of the Indian rural economy. They are having far reaching direct and indirect impacts on agricultural growth and rural development


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  • A STUDY OF PROGRESS OF PMJJBY SCHEME IN INDIA


  • Prof. S. M. Chaugule Dr. J. P. Bhosale

Abstract:
In today's modern age, the way of life of human beings is undergoing radical changes and their way of life and lifestyle is changing. The wrong lifestyle of a human being has affected on his health. Due to many diseases which has affected on the health of human beings the death rate has increased. Today, although humans have made great strides in technology, it had a devastating effect on nature and has led to many disasters. An example of this is the global catastrophe of the corona virus in 2019 that have wreaked havoc on the entire world. Now it is not possible to protect ourselves from such natural and man-made disasters, So it is time to take out insurance to protect their family financially and minimize losses


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  • ROLE OF AGRICULTURE IN DEVELOPING RURAL INDIA


  • Dr Shinde Vandana Hindurao

Abstract:
Agriculture is still a major source of livelihood in rural areas..Three-quarters of the world’s poor live in rural areas and most earn their living from farming. Rural development is important not only for the majority of the population living in rural areas, but also for the overall economic expansion of the nation. Rural development means an action plan for the economic and social upliftment of rural areas. Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India has been the main funding agencies for researches in the Agricultural schemes and programs, these are very useful for the farmers and they can get benefit from these programs,which are definitely useful for rural development


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  • Crypto currency and its impact on Indian Economy


  • Mr. Rakesh B. Bhoir

Abstract:
Today’s world is more digitalised. The achieving rapid economic growth and development most of the nation uses information and communication technologies. Crypto currency is one of the form of virtual activities. It is a digital currency that is secured by cryptography, which makes it nearly impossible to double spend. A huge number has activated virtual word concepts and created a new business phenomenon which is known as croptocurrency. This paper investigates about cryptocurrency and its positives and negatives impact on Indian Economy.


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  • Impact of COVID-19 on Economy's Employment Creation Power: Special attention to New Graduates and Women Workforce.


  • Dr J.P.Bhosale Ms Prachi Dahiya

Abstract:
COVID-19 pandemic has tremendously impaired the growth of the global economy and has created volatility for future economic growth. The following research paper has focused on the impact of COVID-19 on the Indian economy and its effect on different employment opportunities. The objective of the following research paper is to assess the impact of COVID-19 on various industries. The research study will be focusing on the employment opportunities for brand new graduate entrants and women workforce in the coming future.


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  • IMPACT OF COVID-19: A STUDY OF INDIAN MSMEs


  • Dr. R. Shashi Kumar

Abstract:
The Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) play an important and determinant role in India’s economic growth. An important part of MSMEs growth is an international expansion, and this should be prioritized in the sector's strategy as well. An MSME and Small Scale Industry (SSI) trade presentation was also made during the meeting. When it comes to this study, the goal is to analyze (analyses) and assess how COVID has influenced the Indian economy by looking at the performance of the MSMEs in both pre and post-COVID-19 time frames


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