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Dr.Ashok Uttamrao Chothe

Abstract: India is a largest democratic country in the world. Multi-party system is a feature of Indian democracy. India is a democratic nation where political parties play an important role in this democracy. As with any other democracy, Political parties represent different sections among the Indian society and regions and this core values play a major role in the politics of India. Every political party in India whether a national or regional and state party must be registered with the Bolection commission of India.



Abstract: The tourism and hotel sector is one of the largest in the world. It accounts for ten percent of India's GDP. The recent Corona Pandemic has afflicted people all over the world, and the tourism and hotel industries are the first to be affected, as there will be no tourist movements within and outside the country. The world is facing a severe catastrophe as a result of the Corona Pandemic, which began after World War - II. A contribution of 10% of GDP is not insignificant. As a result, it is critical that those in the tourism and hotel industries open their eyes and examine recovery methods as quickly as feasible. The self-contained hotels have 1.4 lakh beds, which is only 5% of the total number of rooms offered. The remaining 95% are budget hotels with little brand recognition. The hotel business is facing significant losses as a result of another covid-19, and many experts anticipate that the Sierra Nevada outbreak will finish in the second week of July 2020, but this is not certain


Avimannu Das

Abstract: Article - 21 of the Indian Constitution stands as a safeguard in regard to the Right to livelihood that has been an unquestionable to the habitual chapter of the right to life and personal liberty that has been a certain birthright bagged by an individual from the first footsteps in this nation. Every individual has been surrounded with innumerable rights that is truly specified as an evocative of the fact within the scope of Article 21 0f the Constitution of India. In the current contemporary span, it has been traced out that the outburst of the global pandemic N- COVID 19 has created a major bane not only in the segment of health but also in the arena of occupation as well as also upon the livelihood of the common people and this situation has created a drastic impact and also turned out to be a big brawl of survival. Thus, as a consequence, it has been noted that many people have diverted their occupation in regard to a better prospect for them and their families.



Abstract: The article discusses some of the developmental challenges faced by the Indian agriculture sector in particular and developing nations in general - illiteracy, poor socioeconomic conditions, lack of technical knowledge and awareness, small land holdings, modernization leading to barren land and disasters leading to rural poverty, weather-dependent farming systems, low per capita income, underdeveloped physical infrastructures and inefficient bureaucratic procedures associated with the comparatively high cost of agricultural production. Natural disasters and human induced environmental degradation are closely associated with improved farming systems.Indian Agricultural Sector is playing very important role in economic development of India. Agriculture sector is a critical sector of the Indian economy.In India around 70% of the population earns its livelihood from agriculture sector. This is an attempt, through the review of literature, to understand the history and characteristics of the Indian agriculture sector, its transition from traditional to commercial agriculture and the problems it faces. Modern agricultural practices and the relationship with environmental depletion have also been assessed. The article discusses some of the developmental challenges faced by the Indian agriculture sector in particular and developingnations in general - illiteracy, poor socioeconomic conditions, lack of technical knowledge and awareness, small land holdings, modernization leading to barren land and disasters leading to rural poverty, weather-dependent farming systems, low per capita income, underdeveloped physical infrastructures and inefficient bureaucratic procedures associated with the comparatively high cost of agricultural production. Natural disasters and humaninduced environmental degradation are closely associated with improved farming systems. India has been consistently making innovative efforts by using science and technology to increase production. Alsodiscuss some of the major issues and challenges faced by Indian Agriculture sector.

  • A Study of Emerging Trends in Indian e-Business

Dr. Jagadale A. A.

Abstract: E-business, commonly known as electronic or online business is a business where an online transaction takes place. In this transaction process, the buyer and the seller do not engage personally, but the sale happens through the internet. In 1996, Intel’s marketing and internet team coined the term “E-business”. All of you must have seen your parents buying things for you at different times. They may have gone to different shops for different goods. Today the world of shopping has changed so drastically that one need not go to any shop for purchase of goods. All you need is a basic computer with an internet facility. The goods can be purchased on the internet, payments can be made through the internet and the goods are physically delivered at your doorstep. This entire process comes under the subject of e-business. The major benefits of e-business are cost reduction and productivity improvement. The internet is user friendly and even the common man can use it effectively. The WTO has also played a vital role in the way the business environment is changing.


Dr. G. G. Parkhe

Abstract: The present research paper is focuses on the Rural Industrialization, Government Policies for rural development. Rural areas are facing major challenges today which arise mainly from globalization, demographic change and the rural migration of young, well-trained people. Policies for rural areas aim to contribute to recognising and making use of strengths and opportunities. Promoting development in rural areas is a slow and complex process. It requires simultaneous action in various sectors, in an environment undergoing rapid, sometimes volatile change. The change comes from internal as well as external processes such as privatization and globalization. India is a country of villages; its major population lives in rural areas. Promoting the development of rural industries not only helps in the economic development but also in improving the livelihood of rural people, alleviating poverty, etc. However, the government has realised the importance of rural industrialisation and trying to developments such objective by implementing various development schemes and plans. The government should give more attention on the machinery of implementation of such schemes. Providing adequate funds for such programmes are not the only solution, the delivery system must also be effective. As discussed earlier, the Rural industries has huge potential in employment generation and income creation in rural area, thus, in the current scenario all round economic development of rural economy and industries can be an effective tool to overcome the underdevelopment of rural areas and industries.



Abstract: In the current (current decade refers to period between FY11-FY20) decade,India’s success story is set to enter a new era of inclusive growth. Significant progress will be visible in terms of growth percolating to a larger of the society,an aspiration that has largely remained unaccomplished in the growth story so far. While it might take a longer time to experience fully inclusive growth,the current decade would definitely see India rapidly progressing toward achieving this dream. Although the need for more equitable growth had been recognized since independence, efforts toward driving benefit of the ongoing strong growth to the underdeveloped regions rose significantly only in the past few years. Many states that have lagged in terms of development are progressively altering their growth dynamics by focusing on changing the politic surrounding economic policy-making.Striking examples of such changes are Bihar, Orissa and Rajasthan. The idea of inclusive growth seems to be taking precedence not be politically but also on the corporate front with significant emphasis being place on the untapped potential in rural India.However to unlock this potential substantial improvement in education and health service would be required.



Abstract: The said research paper is focuses on the Academic Productivity, Ways of Knowledge Management and need of applying Knowledge Management in Higher Education. The need for the concept of management is associated with the phenomenon of group activity. Everywhere in modern society, we find group of people working in all spheres of human activity. Wherever there is an economic activity or a social activity or a political activity or any other type of activity undertaken by human being for realizing certain specific objectives, we find people working together in groups. Employers are important asset in higher education institute across the world. However, educational institutions must realize the benefits of the growing talent. Acknowledged the innovative colleges and universities are examining the value of talent development as a cost effective process to the transitioning of power and authority. the three pillars of any higher education institution are: quality of faculty, infrastructure Facilities and learning environment. With the increasing demand and supply gap, organizations are facing immense war for talent. The practice of talent management is not implemented frequently in educational institutions. Most institutions in the current economy can ill-afford to lose a senior officer or high potential administrator without a suitable replacement given the tremendous costs related to hiring a candidate from outside the institution. Colleges and universities, now more than ever, now more the ever, need to ensure the right person is the serving in the appropriate position

  • “An Overview of Green Banking Strategies adopted by banking Sector in India.”

Prof. Pawar Bhausaheb R

Abstract: The present decade is of globalization and industrialization and because of it there is addition of lot of comfortless in human life, but it creates negative impact of environmental degradation by doing various activities like climate change, global warming, carbon emission, hazardous of natural resources etc.Due to all these reasons the business organization has started modifying their activities and strategies so as to ensure protection to our natural resources and environment. In financial sector, the various services that have adopted Green business in Banks, stock brokerage companies, credit card companies and also the companies of consumer finance.The benefits of the regulatory authorities, society, NGO’s, employees, customer as well as the international bodies to the Green Banking.

  • Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in India

Ms. Mayuri B. Rajebhosale and Dr. Prashant S. Salve

Abstract: Corporate Social Responsibility is now accepted as means to achieve sustainable development goal of an organization. The corporation can no longer limit themselves in using resources of society and they have to be socially responsible because corporate citizens must also contribute to the social good. Corporate Social Responsibility in India is finally reality. Indian business realized that they have to look not only at the economic dimension of their companies, but also its ecological and social impact to move towards. Corporate social responsibility focusses on the idea that a business has social obligation above and beyond making a profit. It requires a management to be accountable to the full range of stakeholders. Corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment by the business to behave ethically and contribute to the economic development of the country while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families and local community and society at large. CSR is achieving commercial success in the ways that honour ethical values and respect people, communities and the natural environment. CSR is a combination of policies, education and practices which extent throughout a corporation’s operations and into the communities in which they operate.

  • Higher Education in India : Challenges and Opportunities Dr. R. B. Gonge

Dr. R. B. Gonge

Abstract: The present paper is focuses on Higher Education in India. It is also focuses on challenges and opportunities for higher education in India. Research in Higher Education publishes empirical studies that enhance our understanding of an educational institution or allow comparison among institutions. It focuses on postsecondary education, including twoyear and fouryear colleges, universities, and graduate and professional schools. Papers in the journal assist faculty and administrators in making more informed decisions about current or future operations and in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of an institution. Over the past decade, new dynamics have emerged in each of the key domains of higher education, research and innovation (HERI), which are the integrated base for the Forum’s activities. In higher education, these include: (i) demand; (ii) diversification of provision; (iii) changing lifelong learning needs; and (iv) growing Communication and Information Technology (CIT) usage and enhanced networking and social engagement, both with the economic sector and with the community at large. In scientific research, the tension between basic and applied research is the core issue, thus linking to the “think global, act local” challenge. This necessitates more flexibly organized research systems,and pragmatic approaches which promote “Big Science” while also nurturing science which serves society in the widest sense. In the innovation field, the dynamic comprises both “research for innovation”and “research on innovation”. Partnerships amongst governments, the economic sector and research universities are growing exponentially, so that new knowledge becomes linked to development goals. But innovation often occurs outside academic environments, as a result of inventive thinking and creative experimentation. Indeed, research system experts must understand the critical factors involved in order to advance this process.

  • E-HRM: А New Concept for Digital Age

Prof. Prakash D. Deshpande

Abstract: Electronic aspect is embodied in all the areas of HRM where there is transmission of information from one employee to another employee and from one client to other both internally and in the processed form are highly essentials in most of the functions and activities of HRM. Now, we shall discuss each of the important aspects of E-HRM.Information technology is changing the way HR departments handle record keeping and information sharing. It decreases the paperwork substantially and allows easy access to voluminous data. The employee can also keep track of his/her achievements without having to go through litigious procedures. It uses intranet or other web technology channels. It can also be used for implementation of different HR strategies. The processing and transmission of digitalized HR information is called electronic human resourcemanagement (e-HRM). E-HRM is the application of IT for HR practices which enables easy interactions within employee and employers. It stores information regarding payroll, employee personal data, performance management, training, recruitment and strategicorientation. The authorization of different HR functions can be distributed through E-HRM. Competitive business environments have compelled the organizations to think speedily to innovate and excel for their survival.

  • Challenges faced by entrepreneurs in India

Dr. R.R.Sonawane

Abstract: Economic development essentially means a process of upward change whereby the real per capita income of a country increases over a period of time. Entrepreneur plays a vital role in economic development. Entrepreneurs serve as the catalysts in the process of industrialization and economic growth. Technical progress alone cannot lead to economic development, unless technological breakthroughs are put to economic use by entrepreneurs. It is the entrepreneur who organizes and puts to use capital, labour and technology. Accordingly, “development does not occur spontaneously as a natural consequence when economic conditions in some sense are right. A catalyst is needed and this requires entrepreneurial activity to a considerable extent, the diversity of activities that characterizes rich countries can be attributed to the supply of entrepreneurs.”


Dr. Sharada Navnath Adik

Abstract: . This article throws light on artificial intelligence. These days artificial intelligence has been an integral part of every household ,from your smart phone devices to the electronic gadgets used and so on.T he Amazon Alexa to Apple Siri ,have most certainly become one of our family members. This article briefly discusses the Artificial intelligence and tones its advantages and disadvantage .Further technical aspects of the topic have also been discussed here including types ,parameters and applications.

  • NPAS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON BANKS’ PROFITABILITY With special reference to PublicSector Banks in India

Dr. Yogesh S. Ingale

Abstract: The high rate of NPAs raises the risk of high-interest rate debt and bank overdrafts and undermines the value of assets. NPAs affect liquidity and profitability, in addition to endangering the quality of goods and the life of banks. The growing NPAs not only reduce profits but also have a negative impact on the credibility of banks in the Indian Banking Sector. These growing NPAs in commercial banks undermine the value of large sums of money in public sector banks which in turn undermines the confidence of investors in banks.In India, when banks were nationalized, a large number of central government controls came into being.


Kirve Jyoti Jalinder

Abstract: Most company innovation efforts start with ideas and brainstorming sessions – nothing more than a one-dimensional tactical approach to innovation. Importantly, this approach ignores the critical systemic organizational skills and capabilities required for successful innovation whilst materially reducing its chances of success.

  • “Impact of Covid 19 on Agriculture Sector In India

” Dr. Manoj M. Pimple

Abstract: When India hit the first wave of COVID-19 from January to June 2020, agriculture became a bright spot. The Economic Survey estimates that India's GVA for the rest of the economy will contract 7.2 percent by 2020-21, largely due to the sharp decline in the first half of FY. In this catastrophe caused by the closure of the country, agriculture is the only area of interest and it is estimated that agricultural GVA has grown by 3.4 percent in normal terms (2011-12). India is at the forefront of the agricultural sector. The Indian economy is heavily dependent on agriculture.

  • A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility Accounting of Companies in Pune

Dr. J. P. Bhosale

Abstract: Sec 135 of the companies Act, 2013 has made it mandatory for companies fulfilling certain criteria, to implement and report CSR policies. Rules framed thereunder and notifications issued from time to time has provided extensive guidelines on the activities to be undertaken by the companies and the reporting of the same in the Annual Report of the company.

  • Importance of ICT in Higher Education in India

Mr. Manojkumar Vishwasrao Jagtap

Abstract: New tools include computers, satellites, the Internet, and wireless technologies. It exists in many forms such as audio, video, images, and text. It deals with the latest technology and an arsenal of simple audio-visual media such as slides, radios, cassettes, and films. Today, information and communication technology is the only one, and therefore the category of technologies is further expanded to include computers and related products, e-mail, MMS, and other forms of communication.Currently

  • PRE GST & POST GST Era in Manufacturing Sector in India


Abstract: The implementation of GST will significantly improve the competitiveness and performance of the Indian manufacturing sector. However, before its launch, it will be incumbent on the Indian government to address some of the stakeholder issues, if it wants to promote long-term growth in the sector. India's manufacturing sector is not only plagued by concerns about declining exports and infrastructure costs but also the burden of complying with a complex indirect tax system


Vinay W.Burange Prof.Dr.B.P.Adhau

Abstract: The co-operative banks are those financial institutions which are created for specific purpose. This specific purpose may be helping each other, mutual help, self-help, etc. The important function of co-operative banks in India is providing access of credit in rural area, these banks also ensure funding in agriculture, livestock, milk, as well as needy, poor and weaker section in society, but the problem is that many cooperative banks in India are not digitalized till now. So the purpose of this research paper is to study the reasons that why digitalization in co-operative banks (District central co-operative bank Amravati) isnecessary?

  • “Customers Satisfaction towards Unified Payment Interface (UPI) Services”

Saket Sunilrao Deshmukh Dr. Kishor Phule

Abstract: There is a huge revolution in the payment system after the introduction of the Unified Payment Interface (UPI).The products and services offered by bank branches in traditional banking are insufficient to meet the demands and wishes of customers. The market's monarch is the customer. Every company should be aware of its customers' perceptions and strive to meet their needs. Customers are becoming increasingly demanding of valuable services that are tailored to their specific demands, at a low cost, and delivered quickly. The use of information technology in the banking sector makes this possible. In today's world, Unified Payment Interface (UPI) services are critical for attracting new consumers and retaining existing ones. In today's competitive financial environment, no bank can exist without Unified Payment Interface (UPI) services

  • Solid Waste Management in Municipal Corporation


Abstract: Waste management in India falls under the purview of the Union Ministry of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change. In 2016, this ministry released the Solid Wastage Management Rules, which replaced the Municipal Solid Waste Rules, and 2000 which had been in place for 16 years. This national policy plays a significant role in the acknowledgment and inclusion of the informal sector into the waste management process for the first time. India generates 62 million tonnes of waste each year.Municipal solid waste management (MSWM) is one of the major environmental problems of Indian cities. Improper management of municipal solid waste (MSW) causes hazards to inhabitants. Various studies reveal that about 90% of MSW is disposed of unscientifically in open dumps and landfills, creating problems for public health and the environment.The rules for solid waste management have been announced by the central government. The problem of solid waste management is very big in a developing country like India. This search article has been based on secondary information.

  • Impact of financial & non-financial incentives on employee motivation & performance

Prin. Dr. Muluk P.V Prof. Sonam Rahul Patwa

Abstract: Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviours. Motivation is an important factor which encourages persons to give their best performance and help in reaching enterprise goals. A strong positive motivation will enable the increased output of employees but a negative motivation will reduce their performance. A key element in personnel management is motivation. Motivation is an important factor which encourages persons to give their best performance and help in reaching enterprise goals. A strong positive motivation will enable the increased output of employees but a negative motivation will reduce their performance. A key element in personnel management is motivation

  • COVID 19 and Door step Banking: Challenges and Opportunity

Dr. J. P. Bhosale , By Prof. Bhakti Joshi and Prof. Revati Deshkar

Abstract: COVID 19 has changed our lives in almost every aspect. All industries undergone through changes and adopted “New Normal”. Sustainability in this environment was not easy for banking sector too. Banking being important pillar in economy sustained through this pandemic and adopted door step banking. Door step banking is providing basic banking services at customer’s residence. Nationalized banks also adopted such option and started basic services like deposit of money, demand draft service, cheque payment, KYC norms fulfillment etc. An attempt is made in this study to evaluate challenges and opportunity of door step banking adopted by public sector bank in India. The conclusion in this regard is based on analysis done on secondary data. This article has indicated effects of lockdown on banking sector with focus on public sector banks and survival steps taken by them to serve customer in best possible way.

  • मौलाना अबुल कलाम आज़ाद और भारत का पुनर्निर्माण

डाॅ0 मो0 इमरान खाॅ

Abstract: मौलाना अबुल कलाम आज़ाद और भारत का पुनर्निर्माण

  • Evaluation Of Health Awareness Among Women In Current Scenario

Dr. Kanak Chauhan

Abstract: Women epitomize the cornerstone of a family’s overall health, ensuring the quality care of the family that lead to improved health for children and families. One famous saying, “Healthy Women, Healthy World”, embodies the fact that as custodians of family health, women play a fundamental role in maintaining the health and overall well-being of her communities.

  • Relationship between TQM Practices and Organizational Effectiveness


Abstract: Total Quality management in higher education is a new concept that has emerged in recent years.This paper focuses on the total quality practices adopted by the private universities of Haryana, India and its impact on their organization effectiveness from the perspective of the faculty of these universities. There is an increasing interest among academics to adopt these practices as they recognize them as being beneficial for both themselves and their institution's reputation.This study adopts anempiricalapproach through a structured questionnaire. Data was coded and analyzed usingIBM SPSSStatistics Version 25software. The result of this study shows the positive correlation between Total Quality Management practices and effectiveness of an organization

  • Experimenting the Folk: A Study of Tanvir’s Agra Bazar and Charan Das Chor

Amitabh Kumar Prof. Sonjoy Dutta Roy

Abstract: This paper explores the many ways that Habib Tanvir has experimented with the drama's theme or narrative, its structure, and its various textual and performing elements. This study discovers that Tanvir's plays had a fluidity that was taken from conventional folk forms. Tanvir set out to create a fresh Indian drama using enduring folk and classical traditions. Tanvir's experimental methodology allowed the participation of the performers in the play's creation. His plays evolved because of the actors' improvisation. His play's text and the text for the performance both evolved during the rehearsals. The basis for Tanvir's experimental process was his belief that the unity of Rasa is more important than the unity of time, location, and action.

  • एक परिशीलन खत्म होती बाल पत्रिकाएँ

डाॅ. कुलदीप सिह

Abstract: एक परिशीलन खत्म होती बाल पत्रिकाएँ

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