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  • “A Study of Conceptual & Legislative Framework of Corporate Governance in India”

Prof. Apeksha Agarwal

Corporate governance offers a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to the management and control ofcompanies.Corporate Governance is how a corporation is administered or controlled. It is a set of processes, customs, policies, laws and instructions affecting the way a corporation is directed, administered or controlled. The participants in theprocess include employees, suppliers, partners, customers, government, and professional organization regulators, and the communities in which the organization has presence. Corporate Governance is integral to the existence of the company. Corporate Governance is needed to create a corporate culture of transparency, accountability and disclosure. Good corporate governance systems attract investment from global investors, which subsequently leads to greaterefficiencies in the financial sector.

  • “Challenges and Opportunities of Digitization in Banking Sector In 21st Century”

Prof. Sonali R. Bhor Prof. Kirti Bothe

Modern banking in India originated in the last decade of the 18th century. Among the first banks were the Bank of Hindustan, which was established in 1770 and liquidated in 1829–32; and the General Bank of India, established in 1786 but failed in 1791. The paper methodically confers the banking sector in India. The research broadly covers the technological advancement banks, challenges and opportunities of technology are conversed in detail with reference to banking customers and employees.To manage up with the challenges customers and employees have various opportunities. Lastly, paper discussed future of banking sector in India which includes digital disruption, mass customization in banking and Fin Techs as game changer. The paper gives an overall brief of Challenges and Opportunities of Digitization in Banking Sector In 21st Century.



Women play multifaceted roles for welfare of the families, communities and the nation as they provide essential opportunities for socio economic development of the respective regions too.Self-Help Groups emerges as an important strategy for empowering women and toalleviatepoverty. It is avillage based financial intermediaries usually composed of 10 to 20 local women or men. India’s self–Help Groups movement has emerged as the world largest and most successful network of community based organisation. Most of the Self-Help Group found in India, Although Self Help Group also found in other countries especially in South Asia and Southeast Asia. The main objective of this paper is to know the impact of Self Help Groups on their social economic development and poverty. The data is purely collected on the basis of secondary sources. This paper is an attempt to identify the Self Help Groups impact on socio economic development of women in the society



This paper is emphasizes on Foreign Direct Investment, Challenges and Opportunities for the FDI. India is the world’s largest democracy. It is the second most populous country and 7th largest in terms of land area. As one of the oldest civilization of world, India represents a nation rich in diversity in terms of its culture, people, language, geographic and climatic conditions and natural resources. To fully realize the country’s immense economic potential, the government launched the economic reform programme in July 1991. Since then successive government have progressive liberalized and deregulated the economy. Today the government policies are simple, transparent and promote domestic and foreign investment. The result of this ongoing process has been a radical change in the course become the most preferred and attractive destination for foreign investors.



The present research paper is focuses on the historical and conceptual background of the social audit. It is also focuses on the objectives and advantages of social audit. The crisis situation everywhere in the welfare sector in the country demands something new ways to combat. Social Audit may be one of the probable solutions. Whereas the private institutions doing Social Audit for their own reputation in the society, the government intends to stop the leakages in welfare services with gradual empowerment of the service providers and service users in the country. Irrespective of the nature - public or private, the essence of Social Audit lies in the interest and honesty of the organisations. In government sector, this requires a massive consciousness among public, besides top to bottom bureaucratic and political will with improved methodology with ethical values to achieve the desired goal.

  • Perceptional Attributes of Students towards Usage of Plastic Money (With Special Reference to Raipur District)

*Dr. Nidhi Goenka *Dr. Dewashish Mukherjee *Dr. Shweta Mahakalkar

In this present scenario banking sector act like a soul for the economic development of country. Now-a-days banks offer various digital services to their customers under modern banking concept. After demonetization the concept of Plastic money and its usage became most popular banking facility for customers. There exist a dramatically growth in transaction with plastic money

  • A Study of Emerging Trends in Agriculture Sector in India

Dr. Ashok Nana Mane

Agriculture – the most important sector for any country. Similarly, agriculture has special importance in India. It is an economy based sector that involves more than half the population of the country. We can say that agriculture is the backbone of India. Our livelihood completely depends on it. Therefore, Indian agriculture and Indian farmers both are essential in every manner. For the same, the Indian government and Indian peoples take many steps to help them and the sector’s growth. As a result, today, agriculture has become an emerging sector with the latest trends. Emerging Trends in Agriculture are major reasons for the sector’s growth

  • A study of Digital Marketing in India

Dr. Sarika Aba Jagadale

Digital marketing is often referred to as 'online marketing', 'internet marketing' or 'web marketing'. The term digital marketing has grown in popularity over time, particularly in certain countries. The supreme purpose of the digital marketing is concerned with consumers and allows the customers to intermingle with the product by virtue of digital media. Day by day growing Digital Market in India is an evident that the Digitization is taking place with a high speed. All reports and surveys conducted around the globe are showing that the digital marketing will grow more in coming years. Youth of India is very much technology friendly. Mobile devices are expected to reach around 3 billion units worldwide. So as more people use smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices, the potential of mobile market continues to grow.

  • "A New Tax System Concept- GST Review" Prof.

Dr. Mohan Baliba Shinde.

India is known in the world as a federal democracy. The Constitution of India sets out certain rules for public power, authority, responsibility and revenue collection to the Central and State Governments. Taxes are known to be an important source of public revenue when it comes to public taxes. It has a share of direct taxes and indirect taxes, but the share of Indirect taxes in the share of public income is more than the share of Direct taxes. However, as the indirect tax system in the country is more complex and complex, the Central and State Governments abolished many previous taxes and introduced the GST tax system in the 122nd Amendment to the State Constitution with effect from 1 July 2017. As a researcher, I have tried to take a detailed look at this concept from the present research paper titled "A NewTax System Concept- GST Review."


Mr.Mane Yogesh Sainath

The cooperative sector is one of the main partners of economy; the cooperatives have more reach to the rural India, through their huge network of credit societies in the institutional credit structure. The cooperative sector has plays a key role in the economy of the nation. The cooperative covers almost cent percent villages. The place of cooperatives in Indian economy and its role in social and economic affairs has developed a new dimension with the beginning of the planning. India emphasized the process of planning stemmed partly from the urge of backwardness and partly from line which gave an force to achieve social justice, equality and a decent livelihood for all citizens, the promotion of cooperative thought of not merely as an extension of state action but as a step towards the realization of the best of the cooperative widespread prosperity

  • A Study of Socio-economic Empowerment of Dairy Farmers through Dairy Co-operatives with Special Reference to Pune District.

Prof.Dr.Bairagi V.B. Smt.Giri M.S.

Dairy cooperatives provide sustainable livelihood to millions of households in rural Maharashtra. Largely, rural people engage in the farm as well as non-farming activities like animal husbandry and Dairy. The study has analyzed the socio-economic Empowerment of member Dairy Farmers through dairy Cooperatives. The primary data have been collected from 200 Members Dairy Farmers in the Pune district by convenience sampling method. Google form was used for data collection. The tools used for the analysis were simple percentage methods. From the study, it can be concluded that Dairy Cooperative playing an important role in the social and economic development of member dairy farmers of the Pune District. Member Dairy Farmers contribute significantly to Dairy in Maharashtra, their participation in dairy farming is considered as an important tool for alleviating poverty and enhancing the quality of life of the rural community.

  • Green Banking


The category includes measures for converting office building and branches into resource efficient (Green Buildings), adopting modern infrastructure and reducing printing and papers (paperless banking). A number of terms share meanings/ concepts implied by ‘green banking’ and most popular, among these, are ‘Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)’, ‘Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)’ and ‘Sustainable Banking’. The core objective of these concepts is to capture non-financial performance and understand its bearings on the financial performance of an organization. A plethora of research studies over the years have shown that governance, social, and environmental performance directly affect financial performance and viability of an organization as a going concern. The CSR is a management concept whereby companies

  • A Case study on Shivtej Farmer Producer Company, Naraynagaon in Maharashtra State

Mayur C. Jadhav, Chirag Bhujbal

Agriculture is the primary sector of the economy as well as primary source of livelihood for about 58 per cent of India’s population. There are several legal entities which aim to help farmers reap benefits of economies of scale via aggregation like farmer cooperatives, farmers clubs, farmer interest groups, etc. Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) are one such farmers aggregate FPOs are registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. A Farmer Producer Company is a hybrid between cooperative societies and private limited companiesThe following research outlook was studied with objective to study criteria and indicators of assessing FPO formation process and to study the Financial Management, Supply chain Managementand Marketing Management of selected FPO. The conclusions of the study say thatFarmer Producer Organizations are collective platform to marginal and small farmers. Shivtej Farmer Producer Companycan go for the MOA (Memorandum of Agreement) to maintain the loyalty of farmers.


Dr. Langade S. S.

Khoya is a dairy product widely used in South Asian Cuisine of India, Nepal, Bangladesh, etc. It is made of emitter did whole milk or milkthinsked by heating inan peon ironpan It is lower in moisture than typical fresh cheeses such as ricotta. A Concentration of milk to one –fifth volume is normal in theproduction of khoya .Khoya is used as the base for a wide variety of Indian sweets . About 600,000 metric Tons are produced annually in india .

  • “A Study History, Concept Benefits of E- Banking”

Prof. Dipak Golhaji Devkar

Electronic commerce means selling product online via the web. Alsocalled “e- business" e-tailing "and –I –commerce."Althoughin most cases e-commerce and e-business are synononymous, e-commerce impels the goods; product can be purchased online, E-banking refers to electronic banking. It is like e-business in banking industry. Online-banking is also called as "Virtual Banking" or "E- Banking".

  • Medical Insurance A boon to common Man!

*Dr. Marceline Fernandes **Assistant. Ms. Leontia Mendis

A healthy life cycle is crucial for wellness and happiness. It includes a healthy lifestyle, balanced diet, exercise and good sleep and mental and emotional wellbeing etc. These key focal points that are focused right from a young age be it in individual homes, or in community or in school. Today in spite of having the best food, health care facility, best of service delivery mechanism and best of technology we see many people falling ill or facing critical illness or even have sudden unexpected death at a young age. We cannot predict that an individual may be fortunate to live a healthy life and live to the best of old age. Further when illnesses become complicated it creates a panic and also a complicated or huge cost. This can lead to bankruptcy for the family.

  • E-commerce: A complete guide

Dr Nilima Rajaram Mirajkar

In recent years, e-commerce has increasingly become a necessary component of business strategy as well as a significant economic shock. The purpose of this study is to look into e-banking and come up with strategies for incorporating e-commerce into traditional retail banking services. In the last century, new electronic systems, particularly the "Internet business development," have fundamentally altered how cultural exchanges, economics, and social communities are conducted. The Internet has altered the competitive landscape in the retail banking sector. Theoretical analysis of electronic money, electronic banking, and its history, characteristics, and ways to expand its e-banking culture is examined in this paper.

  • External influences Effect on young consumers buying actions with respect to apparel industry in Delhi city


The study of young people's shopping habits, especially when it comes to clothing, is a very hot topic right now. The purpose of this study is to examine the purchasing habits of young people in Delhi and the surrounding area when it comes to clothing and accessories (National Capital Region). Its goal is to categorise the clothing and accessory market based on demographic and psychological characteristics. Using a psychographic score, we can get a sense of how young customers' purchasing patterns correlate with their demographic data (age, education, and income).

  • Critical Book Review: Eye to Eye: By Ken Wilber

Arun Khatri and Sunita Khatri

In this profound work the author conceptualizes, describe and differentiate the three levels of knowledge. He proposes that the knowledge which most of us assume to be we accumulated in mind only into three levels. According to him the human beings are equipped with three different levels of faculty of knowing and accumulating knowledge. These three levels are known as sensibilia, intelligiblia and transcendilia

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