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  • ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING – A NEW PARADIGM OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: AN OVERVIEW ON RECENT MANAGEMENTPRACTICES


  • Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Nowadays due to globalization, the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has gained utmost importance and has become a worldwide concept whereby organizations consider the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of their activities. Corporate Responsibility includes the communication about how companies understand and manage their impact on people, clients, suppliers, society, and the environment in order to deliver increased value to all their stakeholders


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  • IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF SOCIAL INSURANCE FINANCING MECHANISMS TO LIFT THE POPULATION OUT OF POVERTY IN UZBEKISTAN


  • Beknazarov Zafarjon Ergashevich

Abstract:
The article examines the mechanisms of financing through social insurance to lift the population out of poverty in Uzbekistan. The results of economic and statistical analysis of each type of social insurance, the results of software for the appointment and targeted delivery of pensions and benefits. The increase in the number of recipients of social benefits in our country, as well as the amount of financial assistance provided to low-income families, financial sources.


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  • Sustainability Reporting Practices of Indian Automobile Companies


  • Sudipto Mondal

Abstract:
Sustainability Reporting now forms an inevitable part of the corporate reporting. It enables the stakeholders associated with the organization to evaluate it on the basis of non-financial indicators, which is a major shift from only the financial aspect being taken into consideration. Globally, there has been an increase in the number organisations reporting their non-financial performance either through the preparation of separate sets of sustainability reports or integrating it with the annual reports of the concern. The reason behind such can be attributed to the thought process of the modern-day investor who is not merely concerned about the financials of the company but also ensures that the company where his/her money will be invested is carrying on its operations in a sustainable manner.


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  • Impact of Skill Development on Employment Level in India


  • Manju Bala

Abstract:
In recent years, the Indian government has promoted skill development (Skill India) as a major policy priority. Countries with more and better skilled workers can easily face challenges and capitalise on opportunities at work. In India, 54% of the populace is younger than 25, and their desires and industry request have brought about an emphasis on expertise improvement. In India, the casual area utilizes almost 90% of the labor force, with most of laborers being either untalented or deficiently talented, and with little venture or a chance for formal "skilling." Information and skills are critical drivers of both macroeconomic growth and socioeconomic stability. Appropriate skill development policies are critical to economic development. India has set aggressive goals for faster and more sustainable economic growth in its five-year plan.


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  • FINTECH – NEW OPPORTUNITY OF THE FINANCIAL WORLD


  • ARIFDJANOVA YAYRAKHON USMONKHUJAEVNA

Abstract:
The article studies fintech opportunities and areas of application of fintech in Uzbekistan. There is given theoretical foundations of fintech, peculiarities of artificial intelligence and analyzed status of services of fintech companies in Uzbekistan


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  • ROLE OF TRANSPORT AND TOURISM INDUSTRY IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA


  • TUSHAR BHAGWAN VEHALE

Abstract:
In the next decades, tourism introduced as a tool for rural development. Top tourism destinations, particularly in developing countries, include national parks, wilderness areas, mountains, lakes, and cultural sites, most of which are generally rural. Thus tourism is already an important feature of the rural economy in these specific sites. It is self-evident that tourism will never come to dominate all rural areas, particularly in the developing world – there are vast swathes of rural areas for which tourism is not relevant for the foreseeable future. Between these two extremes are poor rural areas with some tourism potential, and an urgent need to develop whatever economic potential they have. Thus, an important question is whether more can be done to develop tourism within such rural areas, as a way of dispersing the benefits of tourism and increasing


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