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Cosmos An International Journal of Management

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1 THE DYNAMIC ROLE OF HR IN MERGER & ACQUISITIONS IN IT SECTOR , *Dr Nirdesh Vashishtha **Sunidhi Sanand
India's surge of mergers and acquisitions has allowed firm to realize substantial strategic market advantage, creating M&A the fastest plan of action preference for each transnational companies and start-ups. Within the merger and acquisition method between 2 companies, the Human Resource (HR) department plays an important role. Whereas mergers associated acquisitions are thought about an integral a part of the expansion setup of a business and distributed for advantageous function, a messed-up associated poor perception of HR issue conjointly stands as an obstacle resulting in failing mergers. The target of this study is to analyze the dynamic role of HR in Mergers and acquisitions with special target on Indian IT Sector. Keywords: HR, Human Resource, Mergers & Acquisitions, IT Sector, Organizational Cultures.
2 A STUDY OF INVESTOR BEHAVIOR IN THE FINANCIAL MARKET USING CUMULATIVE PROSPECT AND RADNER THEORY , *Zafar Iqbal **Irtaza Ishtiaq ***Ghazala Akhtar ****Ibnali Issah Kulo
This study compared cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory when it came to analyzing investor activity in the stock industry. The study's specific goals were to see whether there were any correlations between the cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory, as well as to determine the cumulative prospect theory's financial market consequences, the Radner theory's financial market implications, and the cumulative prospect theory's and Radner theory's disadvantages. The study surveyed applicable extant literatures on investor behavior in relation to cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory in a comparative manner using a desk top library analysis methodology. The findings suggest that investors' risk/uncertainty attitudes influence their investment/consumption decisions. They would rather see a higher return than a lower risk, as well as a higher level of gratification from committing wealth to an asset package in the event of general equilibrium. The cumulative prospect hypothesis and Radner theory have also observed and discussed these behavioral dispositions. The cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory are barometers by which investors' investment trajectory is continuously watched in the equity market all over the world, according to the study's findings. As a result, financial analysts/experts, market participants, and managers should often mix the fundamentals of conventional finance and behavioural finance while evaluating assets and studying/observing the reactions of a large number of competing investors, especially in ideal, full, and incomplete markets, according to this analysis. Keywords: Investor Action, Cumulative Prospect Theory, Radner Theory, General Equilibrium.
3 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON STOCK EXCHANGE OF INDIA , *Ekansh Agarwal **Aman Saigal
The present paper explains about the crashing of the global market economy, major drop in oil prices, and increasing unemployment are some of the impacts of the pandemic COVID-19 that affected almost all countries in the world. India was also not far behind to get the impact of COVID-19 on their economic growth, development, economy and stock market. India has a robust stock market that reacts and responds well to the global situation. Keywords: Stock Exchange, COVID-19, Global Market, Indian Economy, Market.
4 COVID-19 AND FUTURE OF ONLINE TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: A CASE STUDY OF RAMA UNIVERSITY , *Dr. Aftab Alam **CA Vinod Kumar Sharma
The outbreak of the COVID-19 triggered universities and other academic institutions to close their campuses, compelling them to shift to online teaching and learning process. This paper focuses case of Rama University’s online education initiative taken and implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. This paper summarizes the online teaching & learning initiatives successfully implemented by the Rama University for the benefit of other university’s’ faculty and administration who might find it beneficial implementing them in a similar circumstances. The study discusses the high-impact factors and principles necessary for making online education effective and engaging: (a) Understanding relationship between online teaching & instructional design and student learning behaviour. (b) Understanding and evaluating the instructional components required for effective delivery of online instructional information. (c) Understanding the importance of faculty training in delivering the online instructional content effectively. (d) Understanding the importance of students’ engagement and participation in improving the scope and level of student's learning. Keywords: COVID-19, Instructional Strategies, Online Education, Instructional Design.
5 FLIPPED CLASSROOM INTENSIFICATION ON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND CONFIDENCE IN LEARNING CALCULUS , * Roldan C. Bangalan ** Jocelyn B. Hipona
Background and objective: Advancement in the field of information and communication technology has exponentially affected the educational sector. Blended learning has emerged with its potential to transform education institutions to supplement the traditional classroom setting and increase the quality of student learning. Methods and Findings: This descriptive study aimed to determine the students’ attitude toward flipped classroom approach and this research utilized video presentations of Calculus topics from Youtube. Fifty senior high school students of an autonomous university in the Philippines served as the respondents of the study who were randomly selected from two classes which utilized the approach. Findings revealed that the students have positive attitude toward flipped classroom and they perceived it as an effective approach. Conclusion: The flipped classroom approach has increased students’ motivation and confidence in learning Calculus, improved their engagement in guided and independent learning activities and made them understand mathematical concepts better. Keywords: Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom, Independent Learning, Calculus.
6 CONSEQUENCES OF WORKING CAPITAL CYCLE ON FIRM’S PROFITABILITY , * Kabir Md Ahsan **Mohammad Raja Zohaib ***Azeddine Elalami Lahlimi ****Abdulmalik Muhammad Junaidu *****Issah Sham-Una
Working capital organization has its effect on liquidity too on productivity of the firm. In this investigation, we have picked a case of 20 Pakistani firms recorded on Karachi Stock Exchange for a period of 10 years from 2010-2019, we have inspected the effect of different elements of working capital organization including the Typical combination time span, Stock turnover in days, ordinary portion period, and Cash change cycle on the net working advantage of Pakistani firms. Current Extent, impact, size of the firm (assessed similar to basic logarithm of arrangements) and improvement have been used as control factors. Backslide examination (Pooled least square) are used for assessment. The results show that there is a strong negative association between elements of the working capital organization and efficiency of the firm. It infers that as the cash change cycle extends it will provoke reducing advantage of the firm, and bosses can make a positive motivating force for the speculators by diminishing the cash change cycle to a possible least level. We moreover find that there is a negative association between size of the firm and its efficiency. There is also an essential negative association between commitment used by the firm and its benefit. Keywords: Cash Conversion Cycle, Return on Assets, Profitability, Real Estate, Karachi Stock Exchange.
7 SPORTS LAWS IN INDIA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS , *Abhimanyu Chatttree
It is a fact that the field of sport statute in India is relatively new and when compared with the other countries, at the beginning of conception. It is however an area of study deserving of in-depth interpretation and academic review and practice. A well-planned systematic competition compliance program can be of great benefit to all businesses. The need for the hour is a fresh perspective, an impartial authority and a general law. Sport disputes are therefore inevitable, so the needs of the sporting community are better met by speedy and cheap forms of arbitration and mediation than by litigation. Sporting disputes require assurance, continuity, equality, fairness and respect for the principles of natural justice that arbitration will bring about. And such qualities can be achieved when all the parties involved in the dispute gain the support. The author observed that sport is such a common interest throughout the world that it encourages the mind-set of having judged the same rules in both spectators and athletes, in order to maintain uniformity throughout and obtain a fair result. Keywords: Sports Laws, Sports Policy, Legal Status of Sports.
8 FUNCTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL TO INWARD FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) IN ALGERIA , *Muneeb Ahmad
This study investigates the role of Human Capital (HC) to inward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Algeria and the ways to improve it and used annual time series secondary data over the period of 2000-2019. The literature determines the importance of HC, determinants of FDI and the relationship between HC and inward FDI in Algeria. A multiple regression model is employed to estimate the relationship between the role of HC and inward FDI in Algeria. Accordingly, the research considers inward FDI as a dependent variable and HC, corruption and bureaucracy, inflation, political situation, GDP, infrastructure and natural resources as independent variables. The natural resources are used as dummy variable. The regression results indicate that the HC, corruption and bureaucracy, political situation have a positive significant effect on inward FDI in Algeria but HC played an important role than the others to attract FDI in the country. Keywords: Inward FDI, Human Capital, Algeria, GDP Growth, Inflation, Political Situation.
9 THE EVOLUTION OF FDI IN THE TURKISH FRAMEWORK OF TRADE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH , *Sher Ali Khan **Mohammad Saiyedul Islam ***Mohammad Mahamudul Hasan ****Yanting Li *****Muhammad Zohaib Qamar
This examination gives further bits of knowledge into the assessment of OLS model, Johansen CoIncorporation Test and MacKinnon (1996) uneven P-values connections in the Gross domestic product development, FDI inflows, and fares and fabricates (modern creation) carrying out nexus. We reinvestigated the associations connecting trades, FDI inflow, manufactures and financial development in Turkey for the timespan 1981–2019. Johansen co-incorporation results affirm a since a long time ago run relationship among these factors and MacKinnon (1996) test delineates the solid relationship from Gross domestic product development to modern creation. Considering the portion of cutting edge trades, it is appeared that Turkey is underneath the level it ought to be. This causes in general low record of financial versatile nature and low fare concentration of Turkey. Subsequently, notwithstanding various outcomes found in the writing extra time, our examination gives more coordinated proof on the connection between FDI inflow, fares and genuine monetary development in Turkey. Keywords: GDP Growth, FDI inflow, Johansen Co-Integration Test, Exports, Turkey.
10 AN EFFECT ON PRODUCTIVITY OF AUTOMOBILE SECTOR AT COVID- 19 PANDEMIC , *Dr. Sandeep Singhal
The corona-virus (COVID-19) outbreak is inflicting great situation and financial complication for consumers, organizations and communities throughout the globe. As the pandemic disrupts enterprise as traditional and throws the financial outlook into uncertainty, the automobile enterprise is on the front line. Some of the most affected areas are most important manufacturing hubs and domestic to key hyperlinks in the sector’s world grant chain. Typical contingency plans assist allow operational effectiveness following occasions like herbal disasters, cyber incidents and energy outages, amongst others. They don’t commonly take into account the great quarantines, prolonged faculty closures and journey restrictions that are being instituted in nations round the world to assist stem the unfold of the virus. This paper deals that with manufacturing shutdowns taking effect, automobile groups want to continue to be centered and nimble to higher navigate this crisis. Keywords: Automobile, Pandemic, COVID-19.
11 DESIGN OF RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEMS, AND ITS IMPACTS ADOPTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD , * Pramod Kumar **Dr. Sanjay Pachouri
As the world population increases, the demand increases for quality drinking water. Surface and groundwater resources are being utilized faster than they can be recharged. Rainwater harvesting is an old practice that is being adopted by many nations as a viable decentralized water source. This paper reviews the methods, design of rainwater harvesting systems, and its impacts adopted in all parts of the world. Keywords: Rainwater Harvesting (RWH).
12 BUSINESS GROWTH AND ECONOMIC CRISIS: SOCIALLY EFFECTED UNDER PANDEMIC COVID-19 , *Akanshi Mittal **Aparna Tomar ***Amidha Singh ****Dr. Ananta Sharma
Viruses, and the diseases they cause, often have different names. Viruses are named based on their genetic structure to facilitate the development of diagnostic tests, vaccines and medicines. WHO announced “COVID- 19” as the name of this new disease on 11 February 2020. COVID-19 virus is a new virus linked to the same family of viruses as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and some types of common cold. The outbreak of corona virus disease (COVID-19) has been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). Several countries across the world resorted to lock downs to “flatten the curve” of the infection. These lock downs meant confining millions of citizens to their homes, shutting down businesses and ceasing almost all economic activity. In this situation, question strikes- What will be the ramifications of pandemic COVID-19 globally? Will the educational institutions continue its closure throughout the year? How hard has the economy been hit? Therefore, this study is conducted to examine the various areas that are affected by this pandemic. In response to this global outbreak, we summarize the psychological and social effects of pandemic COVID-19. Keywords: COVID-19, Education System, Business Growth, Economic Crisis, Health Issues.
13 FEMINIST MYSTICISM AND VOICES OF AGONY: LOOKING ACROSS THE CULTURES , *Mohammad Shaheer Siddiqui
Feminist Mysticism is not only reflected in the poetic compositions by women Mystics but also by the Male Poets in their mystical poetry using the symbols of women in manifesting spiritual relationships between man and God. The central aim of this paper is an attempt to find out the fusion of the voice of agony of women heart in the mystical arena across the cultures as Islamic, Hindu or Buddhist. The paper also deals hermeneutically the concept of feminist mysticism in Spiritual traditions and cross-cultural conversations. Keywords: Spiritual Intimacy, Feminist Mysticism, Voice of Agony, Women Mystics.
14 JURISDICTIONAL ISSUE IN CYBER LAWS , *Gauranshi
With the advent of technology and the emerging trends of cyberspace, the issue of jurisdiction in the cyber world has been evolving immensely. Cyberspace has no physical boundaries or national boundaries and the growing exponential and dynamic space has led to a chaos and confusion with respect to the principles of jurisdiction.These problems in the internet world are essential causes of concern and international conventions are required for regulation of the cyber world. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the basic set of principles of jurisdiction and to determine the existing laws and conventions related to the issue of jurisdiction in cyber laws. The paper will further draw a comparison between U.S Approach, European Approach and Indian approach and how application of U.S. approach universally can aid in adoption of a universal convention. Keywords: Cyber Laws, Jurisdictional Approach, Personal Jurisdiction, Universal Convention
15 PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL EFFECT OF PANDEMIC COVID-19 ON EDUCATION SYSTEM, BUSINESS GROWTH, ECONOMIC CRISIS AND HEALTH ISSUES GLOBALLY , *Krati Malhotra
This paper deals that pandemic COVID-19 has a substantive and permanent impact on the way which our society operates. It has forced us to adopt the different ways of working, socially interacting, shopping, financing, gaining knowledge, etc. This has affected educational systems worldwide, leading to the total closures of schools, universities and college. Unemployment has occurred in many sectors of the society due to the loss of revenue in businesses, thus declining the growth of economy. The disease has enforced lockdown which has produced acute panic, anxiety and obsessive behavior in the long run. The COVID-19 pandemic has become a threat worldwide, not only for its risk to human life and ensuing economic distress, but also for its invisible emotional strain. Keywords: COVID-19, Business Growth, Economic Recovery, Education, Global.
16 CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN FINANCIAL EVOLUTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A STUDY ON INDIAN PERSPECTIVE , Shiv Ranjan, Kanika Tomar, Dr Ruchika Gupta, Dr Anish Gupta
The paper aims at the impact of financial evolution in India upon the economical growth during the period of 1970 to 2019. The financial sector of India has evolved over the years and can be measured using variables like Credit made available to the Private Sector by the banks domestically, M3 Broad Money or Liquid Liability and Credit given by Financial sector involving the financial institutions across the country. The economic growth of a country can be measured using the real GDP per capita values. The study of the existence of co-integration and cause-effect relationship between financial evolution variables and economical growth measurement via real GDP per capita, we have used Johansen Test, Vector Autoregressive analysis and Granger causality respectively. We have observed a unidirectional flow from real gross domestic product to financial evolution. This confirms that economy’s growth causes the need for better and faster financial services and hence, follows demand hypothesis. Keywords: Financial Evolution, Growth, GDP Per Capita, Credit Availability, Liquid Liability, Credit to the Private Sector, Financial Sector, Economic Development, Broad Money, Vector Autoregressive Analysis, Granger Causality, Johansen Test, Ordinary Least Square Method.
17 A STUDY OF IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL FACTORS ON PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS , Priyanka Rani 
COVID-19 is a viral epidemic disease cause by corona virus. COVID-19 spreads all over the world and it spoils our whole life brutally. This disease brings lockdown in the whole world. World economy is going down continuously due to lockdown. Many people forced to migrant, depressed and commit suicide. This COVID-19 brings bad impact on psychological and social development of human being. Psychological factors are referring to the workings of the mind or psyche: motivation, learning and socialization, attitudes and beliefs. Psychological factors include anxiety; we are feeling stressed and become angry immediately, no passion we have. Social factors are the factors which effects of people and groups influencing one another through culture and subculture, social class, reference groups, and family. In this paper, researcher study the impact of psychological and socialization factors on the students of B.Ed. in the COVID-19 scenario. Keywords: COVID-19, Psychological Factor, Socialization Factor, Teacher.
18 PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE , Md. Rokebul Islam Shojib, Tanzil Hasan, Abdur Rakib Nayeem
Supply Chain includes the mix of stock, warehousing, material taking care of, bundling and transportation of items alongside security. The Bangladeshi pharmaceutical industry is prepared to turn out to be internationally serious with a possibility to reach $57 billion by 2019. Flexibly chain is basic as it keeps up the mind boggling system connection between tranquilize makers, exchanging accomplices, wholesalers and retailers. Pharmaceutical items need temperature controlled capacity and dissemination under exacting administrative control in a way guaranteeing no antagonistic impact on item quality. Advancement of new exhaustive flexibly chain dissolving the between intervention of wholesalers and merchants decrease the expense by creating lower-cost-administration channel. Specific consideration ought to be paid to items containing conceivably harmful, perilous, inflammable or opiate items. Vehicles and gear used to disperse pharmaceutical items ought to be reasonable to forestall sullying and suitably prepared to forestall introduction to conditions unfavorably affecting strength and bundling respectability. Fruitful reception of SCM rehearses permits the organizations to increase a bartering control and decrease costs by five to 10%. Keywords: Pharmaceutical, Supply chain management, Good distribution Practices, Stability, Recall, BD.
19 A STUDY ON THE WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN EMPLOYMENT IN TODAY’S ENVIRONMENT , Sonashree Kar
The present paper deals with the status of Women's empowerment in the current scenario. Author discussed the working womens condition at panchayat level to urban class. It is discussed that Arrangements on Women's empowerment exist at the national, state and nearby (Panchayat) levels in numerous areas, including wellbeing, instruction, monetary chances, sexual orientation based brutality and political investment. Anyway there are noteworthy hole between arrangement progressions and genuine practice at the network level. Empowerment of women is basically the procedure of upliftment of financial, social and political status of women, the customarily oppressed ones, in the general public. Keywords: Women's Empowerment, Employment, Working.
20 A STUDY ON CONVENTIONAL AND DISTANCE MODES OF EDUCATION , Shikha Sharma, Nisha Rani, Supriya Srivastav
The present paper explains the concept of distance education, the need of distance education in India and analyse the existing education system in India related to distance education. The regular colleges, schools and universities represent standard / formal system of education, whereas the open universities and directorates of correspondence courses represent non formal system of education. The policy made by the researcher and the industrialist with the managers and emerging world of the paradigm growing with the industries and the thinking and learning way of the educationist is creating an effect on the generosity of the recent world and manage so many things with industries dynamical the parcel areas of concern. Keywords: Distance Education, Non-formal, Formal Education.
21 A STUDY ON ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN FOR STRATEGY FORMULATION , Aditi Sadhna, Jaspreet Kaur, Amanpreet Kaur Luthra
The paper deals that strategy is the actionable aspect of running a business. It includes pricing models, marketing and branding tactics and competitor assessment. Formulating a strategy is done to determine how the business will fit within the market – and more importantly – how the business will compete. Designing a strategy requires specific goal setting and a big picture vision for the business. You can form the strategy first and mold the structure later to work with the strategy. In an established business that has firm structural elements, you can also form a strategy based on the existing structure and processes. Keywords: Design, Strategy, Organizational, Business, IT
22 A BACKGROUND STUDY ON THE ROLE OF BANKS IN ERADICATION OF POVERTY AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN INDIA BY IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNMENT SPONSORED SCHEMES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SWARNA JAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA (SGSY , Dr. Soofia Fatima 
Banking system occupies an important place in a nation’s economy. A banking institution is indispensable in a modern society. It plays a pivotal role in the economic development of a country and forms the core of a money market in the country In this study, the role of banks in implementing government sponsored schemes to alleviate the problems of poverty and unemployment are highlighted with special reference to Swarna Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY). The SGSY is operative from 1 st April, 1999 in rural areas of the country. It is a holistic scheme which has the quality of covering almost all the aspects of self employment such as organization of the poor into Self Help Groups, training, credit, technology, infrastructure and marketing. The scheme will be funded by the Centre and State in the ratio of 75:25 and will be implemented by the Commercial Banks, Regional Rural Banks and Co-operative Banks. The process of planning, implementation and monitoring is made the responsibility of other Financial Institutions, Panchayati Raj Institutions, District Rural Development Agencies (DRDAs), Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), Technical Institutions in the district,etc,. For the formation and nurturing of self help groups the help of NGOs may be taken. NGOs are of great help if needed at the time of monitoring the progress of the swarozgaris. Their services may be taken in the realm of technological support, quality control of the products and as recovery monitors cum facilitators. This scheme has a mission of establishing a large number of micro enterprises in the rural areas. The target group for the assistance under SGSY are those families which are marked as Below Poverty Line (BPL) households identified through BPL Census duly approved by Gram Sabha. The power- packed objective of this scheme is to bring the assisted poor families above the poverty line by ensuring appreciable sustained income over period of time. The essence of attaining this very objective is to organize the rural poor into Self Help Groups (SHGs) through the process of social mobilization, their training and capacity building and provision of income generating assets. The rural poor which are considered as the target group and covered by this scheme are those with land, landless labour, educated unemployed, rural artisans, and disabled. Swarozgaris are organized into Self Help Groups. The scheme provides for the formation of Self Help Groups (SHGs), nurturing and their linkages with banks. Commercial banks should design their lending policies in such a way, as to ensure sufficient credit to the neglected sectors of the economy and to those who do not have easy access to credit. Hence commercial banks can bring down the inter-regional, inter-sectoral and inter-personal disparities. With this objective the Reserve Bank of India has taken various steps to ensure adequate flow of credit to weaker sections of the society including the minorities. Financial exclusion was very alarming and it is the need of the hour to modify the financial services delivery system to achieve greater inclusion. Despite all odds, banks have been trying their level best to reach at every door-step with the policies of financial inclusion and to provide the benefit of government sponsored programmes to the needy people. If the banking system in a country is effective, efficient and dynamic it results in a rapid growth in the various sectors of the economy. Keywords: Poverty, Unemployment, Government, Programmes.
23 LEARNING STYLES OF B.ED AND MANAGEMENT STUDENTS , Dr. Archana Dwivedi
There is no uncertainty that students and educators are distinctive differently. Picking up information on understudies' learning styles can be extremely useful for the two instructors and students. Including students in the dynamic cycle of learning requires recognizing and understanding students learning styles and educators instructing styles. The two can either be coordinated or crisscrossed. It is crucial to consider the connection between them. Numerous examinations have been led on match and crisscross of learning styles and showing styles. The greater part of them allude to coordinating the two as positively affecting the understudies' presentation and demonstrate the inverse for befuddling. Nonetheless, befuddles now and again perhaps valuable particularly with low level understudies. The reason for this examination is to introduce a few contentions on this issue. Keywords: Learning, Styles, Students, Education.
24 THE ROLE AND CONCEPT OF MIGRATORY STATUS VIS A VIS DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE AT SOUTH DELHI - A STUDY , Dr Sadaf Fatima
This study provides useful insights for analyzing the role, significance and amount of migration of the disadvantaged people at South Delhi. Migration dynamics of population is increasing year after year. Large number of migrants from different states migrated to New Delhi the Capital of India. There are several reasons behind the migration of them from the different states of the country to Delhi. The study also tries to analyze the reasons which are responsible for the migrations in South Delhi. Poor people migrate specially from the states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, etc. As per 2001 census, Maharashtra was on the first position with 7.9 million of migrants by place of birth from different states and Delhi was on second position with 5.6 million. Whereas, in 1991 census the total number of migrants where 4.3 million in Maharashtra and in Delhi it was 3.7 million. But the proportion of in-migrants to total population, Delhi Urban Agglomeration (UA), was on the first position with 16.4% and Greater Mumbai UA was on the second position with 15.1% between 1991 and 2001 Census. Keywords: Migrate Workers, South Delhi, Okhla, Delhi, Poverty, Economic.
25 RECESSION AND ITS EFFECTS ON STOCK MARKET IN INDIA , Aman Saigal, Abhishek Saigal
This paper discuss that recession is a word which has rocked the entire world. US market which is a feeder of the world market crashed and it had effect on all the major markets and India is one of them thousands of people became jobless and a number of people committed suicide due to recession problems. This recession had effect on all the sector and mainly service sector affected a lot. Sensex lost a number on points and lakhs of people lost there money on BSE. Government tried to rescue many financial houses by extending them good financial packages. In this paper, the author tries to explain the effect of recession on stock market as well as global market. Keywords: Recession, Economy, Stock Market, India, Government
26 ROLE OF PAPERLESS OFFICE CULTURE IN THE ORGANISATION , Shamsher Alam, Dr. RS Parihar, Dr. Rohit Singhal
The arrival of new Information and Communication Technology on the world stage has caused a change in the traditional model of management and communication within companies and their customers. Organizations are small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) or large companies that are aware of this change and see the need to promote the use of these new technologies through the development of e-administration. This aims to offer significant opportunities, improve the services provided, strengthen organizations work processes and support public policies, so that social development and economic growth is favored. The aim is for sustainable development. This paper tries to explain that the paperless office is something that everyone wants and needs, but why cannot it? Why for SMEs it is more complicated? Achieve a paperless office is possible, what is needed regardless of the size of the company, it is administrative will, since it is necessary to reform administrative processes. Keywords: Document Management, Electronic Documents, Paperless Office, Information Technology, and E-administration.
27 KEY ISSUES RELATING TO THE CONCEPTS OF DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT , Renu Agarwal, Dr. Anu Bharti
The paper deals about the development, as a concept, has been associated with diverse meanings, interpretations and theories from various scholars. Development is defined as ‘an evolutionary process in which the human capacity increases in terms of initiating new structures, coping with problems, adapting to continuous change, and striving purposefully and creatively to attain new goals. Keywords: Sustainability, Development.
28 A STUDY ON MARKETING STRATEGY FOR BRANDING OF NEW PRODUCTS IN INDIAN MARKET , Dr. Sandeep Singhal
There are many distinctive kinds of company techniques that differ based totally on goal audiences, advertising campaigns, and budgets. A well-received manufacturer approach has the attainable to construct company fairness and solidify its area as a mounted brand. Some groups hire a couple of techniques to extend the odds of a successful campaign. Branding is a necessary section of the commercial enterprise constructing process. Large companies spend lots of tens of millions of greenbacks constructing their brands. Branding is integral for merchandise and offerings offered in massive purchaser markets. It’s additionally vital in B2B due to the fact it helps the purchaser stand out from the competition. Keywords: Branding, Market, Advertising, Company, Market.
29 THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL COMMUNICATION ON MONEY TRANSFER , Sunit Thakur, Dr. Kavita Gupta
Digital communication has multiplied in a major manner in the earlier years. Digital communication is the physical transfer of information over Point-To-Point or Point-To-Multipoint communication channel. It is transfer of discrete messages. Digital communication assumes an essential job in the present electronic world. In digital communication the information transfer rate relies on its characteristics. Digital communication should be possible over enormous separations through web and different things. Payments are the connective tissue of a monetary framework. They empower individuals to purchase products, buy water and power, and send money to companions, family, and colleagues. They empower governments to gather charges and dispense social payments. Furthermore, they empower providers to gather payments from purchasers. At the point when these exchanges are expensive and inconvenient, financial movement is blocked. We delineate what digital financial incorporation would resemble and introduce a developing collection of proof which recommends that interfacing destitute individuals to a digital financial framework will produce sizable welfare benefits. We contend that nations won't connect the money digital separation in one monster jump. Notwithstanding changing our day by day lives, the change in digital communications likewise raises significant financial, open strategy and cultural inquiries. Keywords: Digital Communication, Money Transfer.
30 THE CONCEPT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) IN INDIA , Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava, Dr. Richa Singhal
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a buzzword worldwide. In today‘s globalized world, one of the great challenges faced by firms is integration of CSR in business. Stakeholders require a lot more from companies than merely pursuing growth and profitability. CSR has come a long way in India and other emerging markets. From responsive activities to sustainable initiatives, corporates have clearly exhibited their ability to make a significant difference in the society and improve the overall quality of life. This paper focuses on the concept of CSR, its dimensions and relevance in emerging markets with special reference to India. The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not new in India. It emerged from the 'Vedic period' when history was not recorded in India. In that period Kings had an obligation towards society and merchants displayed their own business responsibility by building places of worship, education, inns and wells. Corporate Social Responsibility has been defined and conceptualized in several ways during the past four centuries following a process of analysis, debate and scholarly confrontation around the theme. The concept 'Corporate Social Responsibility' (CSR) refers to 'soft', voluntary self-regulation adopted by firms to improve aspects of the company; this can relate to labour, environmental and human rights issues. Keywords: CSR, Sustainability, Philanthropic Approach, Stakeholders.
31 BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION , Jasneet Kaur, Dr. Kailash Chand Seval
This paper explains about appropriate working of specific network or environment the species decent variety is exceptionally fundamental. In a network the endurance of all species are interrelated to the presence of other living beings. Environment assorted variety alludes to varieties in the biological networks in which species live, the biological system wherein networks exist and connections among these levels. Environment assorted variety is reflected in different biogeographic zones, for example, lakes, deserts, coasts, estuaries and so forth. Keywords: Biodiversity, Conservation, Hereditary.
32 ONLINE EXAMINATION EVALUATION SYSTEM , Narender Pratap Singh, Dr. Dilip Kumar Jain
Online examination system is an electronic examination system where examinations are given online. Either through the web or intranet utilizing PC system. The principle objective of this online examination system is to successfully assess the understudy altogether through a completely robotized system that diminish the necessary time as well as get quick and exact outcomes. Keywords: Online Evaluation.
33 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ADJUSTMENT AT HOME AMONG WORKING WOMEN AND HOUSEWIVES , Richa Sharma
The present study is conducted to study the home adjustment of working women and housewives. The study has been done in Ghaziabad city. Multistage sampling Technique was followed and 150 working women and housewives. (working married women =75, housewives =75). Were taken as sample. Their age range was between the 30 to 45 years. So we can say that working women are more natural, independent, and healthy as compare to non-working women whereas non working women are more obsessive, dependent, then working women. Keywords: Home Adjustment , Working Women, Housewives.
34 EFFECT OF GST ON INDIAN ECONOMY , Rajneesh Gupta, Dr. Pramod Gupta, Dr. Gurpreet Singh R Arora
This paper depicts and evaluates the presentation of new types of immediate and circuitous assessments, their income and value suggestions and the triumphs accomplished in their execution. In the primary seven day stretch segments as a result of the nation’s monoculture economy and this perpetually prompts conceivable postponements. These are the more prevalent thought processes that immediate our conduct toward positive and negative results at intervals a given space permitting performance management. Keywords: GST, Indian Economy, Business.
35 A STUDY ON EMERGING DOMAIN OF MULTIMEDIA DIGITAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM , Satpal Arora, Dr. Anu Bharti
The present paper explains Database management systems are typically classified by the data demonstrate that they bolster: social, protest social, arrange, et cetera. The data model will in general decide the inquiry dialects that are accessible to get to the database. The universe of database brags numerous sorts advancements, which take into account the need of numerous sorts of associations. Keywords: Database, Multimedia.
36 A STUDY ON LOGISTIC AND LOGISTICAL ACTIVITIES BASED ON RFID TECHNOLOGY , Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava, Dr. Richa Singhal
The present paper explains about EPC global characterizes qualities of RFID equipment, the structure of the put away information, and the middleware for information trade crosswise over corporate outskirts. Alongside a distinguishing proof code, some RFID labels can likewise store extra data, particularly information that is gathered by coordinated sensors. Keywords: Logistic, RFID Technology.
37 TO STUDY THE SKILL MEASURES OF EMPLOYEE IN COMPANY , Jasneet Kaur, Dr. Kailash Chand Seval
Employees are the most valuable asset of every company as they can make or break a company’s reputation and can adversely effect profitability. Employees often are responsible for the great bulk of necessary work to be done as well as customer satisfaction and the quality of products and events. Without proper training, employees both new and current do not receive the information and develop the skill sets necessary for accomplishing their tasks at their maximum potential. Keywords: Employee, Skill Measures
38 A STUDY ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF COMPONENTS OF AGILE SOFTWARE , Narender Pratap Singh, Dr. Dilip Kumar Jain
The paper explain about the iterative approach has become vastly effective in helping software developers improve their skills in estimating schedule for remaining tasks. Schedule estimation is one of the most difficult responsibilities for developers because software issues are common and are unpredictable by nature. By breaking the large requirements down into more manageable sub requirements, the agile process naturally promotes better estimation. Keywords: Agile Software, iterative approach
39 DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NOIDA , Mandeep Singh, Dr. Balveer
The present paper deals with the historically, an enterprise’s success was explained almost exclusively based on its economic performance. The purpose of entrepreneurship research was to generate economic gains or, in some cases, to create employment sources. Those were the factors that traditionally would determine the entrepreneurship contribution to the territories development. Therefore, value creation was commonly measured in economic-financial terms, by indicators such as sales, profit or returns on investment (ROI), and it was always exclusively understood as the maximization of individual profit. In other words, entrepreneurship was committed to economic development and wealth generation meanwhile, environmental and social issues were mostly avoided. The issues related to the environmental and social role that enterprises play are not recent and have been the subject of discussion since the last century. For example, many scientists insist on the idea that the planet can not physically sustains for much longer the impact of current economic activity. However, over the last decade, the wish to understand the real impact and value of companies on society has grown exponentially. Indeed some authors talk about an economic paradigm shift. The traditional understanding of value creation merely in terms of economic profit has extended to cover non-economic gains. Keywords: Entrepreneurship, Economy.
40 A STUDY ON THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP PROFILE CATEGORIZATION , Satvinder Singh, Dr. Kailash Chand Seval
The present paper deals with that employee is the point of convergence in the achievement of each organization. In the event that the representatives cooperate and share a decent relationship with bosses they can accomplish their errands a lot quicker. Overseeing representative relationship is essential and important to the organizational achievement and accomplishing upper hand. It is important to have a strong relationship among workers and bosses that prompts profitability, motivation, and better execution. Keywords: Employment, Representative Relationship
41 RAPID REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE BEHIND AIR QUALITY STRATEGIES AND TECHNOLOGIES , Shamsher Alam, Dr. RS Parihar, Dr. Rohit Singhal
The present paper deals with Poor air quality negatively affects human health and the environment. For this reason, governments and private sector organisations across the world are developing and trialing a wide range of ways to improve air quality. This paper provides a rapid review of the different types of air quality initiatives that exist internationally, and offers a brief indication of the evidence base behind them. Keywords: Quality of Air, Health.
42 SECURITY MECHANISM AND FLAW IN THEM: LAN , Renu Agarwal, Dr. Anu Bharti
A portion of these advances is dynamic guard, some of them are uninvolved security, and some are to offer help and stage for the exploration of security. PC organizes security by adopting different specialized and administration measures; make the ordinary activity of the system framework, to guarantee the accessibility, integrity and protection of system information. Thus, to set up the motivation behind system security insurance is to guarantee that the information transmission and trade through the system, not occur, for example, include, change, misfortune and break. Keywords: Security Mechanism
43 JOB SATISFACTION AMONG MANAGEMENT FACULTIES OF PRIVATE COLLEGES/UNIVERSITY IN DELHI/NCR REGION , Kanika Singh, Sonam Rani, Himanshu Matta
Job satisfaction is the phycological state of employee to feel good or bad towards his or her job. Since management faculties are the catalyst in producing good quality future managers to the economy and society, it becomes very significant to maintain the positive job satisfaction level as job satisfaction has direct impact the teacher’s efficiency to teach well. Moreover, positive job satisfaction level will help in producing good quality researches in the field of management. This research paper aims at identifying the factors impacting the job satisfaction level of Management Faculties in Private Colleges / University as well as the overall job satisfaction level of Management Faculties in Private Colleges / Universities in Delhi / NCR. Results have shown significant difference in satisfaction level of males and female faculties, later been more unsatisfied with their jobs. Maternity benefits and rewards and recognitions among other motivators are recommended in the end for improving job satisfaction level of private college management faculties. Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Private Colleges, Management Faculties, Delhi/NCR, Rewards and Recognitions, Work culture, Job Security
44 EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ALL EVIATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF E-WASTE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT , Sindhu Kumari P.R., Dr. Simmy Narula
Technology has been changing constantly so also the gazettes and devices for consumption. This is the world’s largest manufacturing industry today. As the upgradation and obsolescence are the part and parcel of this industry, a serious problem in the form of e-waste is a growing concern of the experts. Like the astronomical growth in manufacturing, the problem of e-waste has also been growing rapidly like no other industry. E-waste includes a broad range of electronic devices that has been ranging from household appliances like microwave, air conditioners, refrigerators, televisions, mobile phones, music systems, laptops to important life-saving medical kits life ECG machines, BP machines, etc. Categories of electronic products are not only vast but also growing rapidly. Electronic products contain various types of toxic ingredients including heavy metals like lead and mercury that are poisonous to the environment and living beings. In this article, we will discuss some important steps employed for better e-waste management like different consumer-driven solutions, manufacturers’ responsibilities, etc. In this article, we will also discuss educational strategies that can influence people to be aware of the problem and become self-motivated to get into e-waste management. This article focuses on the hazards of e-waste, the need for its suitable management, and opportunities available that can be executed. Keywords: Electronic Waste; e-waste; e-waste Education; Sustainable Development; e-waste Strategy
45 A STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE BY GREEN HR PRACTICES , Kartikey Bhardwaj, Dr. Richa Singhal
The present paper deals with an unnatural weather change those outcomes biological dangers to human being. Resources are being spent in the earth, which likewise make emergency to human being. It is in this way deliberately significant for organizations to realize whether green HRM may prompt elevated level hierarchical results. Keywords: Environment, Green, HRM.
46 THE DYNAMIC ROLE OF HR IN MERGER & ACQUISITIONS IN IT SECTOR , *Dr Nirdesh Vashishtha **Sunidhi Sanand
India's surge of mergers and acquisitions has allowed firm to realize substantial strategic market advantage, creating M&A the fastest plan of action preference for each transnational companies and start-ups. Within the merger and acquisition method between 2 companies, the Human Resource (HR) department plays an important role. Whereas mergers associated acquisitions are thought about an integral a part of the expansion setup of a business and distributed for advantageous function, a messed-up associated poor perception of HR issue conjointly stands as an obstacle resulting in failing mergers. The target of this study is to analyze the dynamic role of HR in Mergers and acquisitions with special target on Indian IT Sector. Keywords: HR, Human Resource, Mergers & Acquisitions, IT Sector, Organizational Cultures.
47 A STUDY OF INVESTOR BEHAVIOR IN THE FINANCIAL MARKET USING CUMULATIVE PROSPECT AND RADNER THEORY , *Zafar Iqbal **Irtaza Ishtiaq ***Ghazala Akhtar ****Ibnali Issah Kulo
This study compared cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory when it came to analyzing investor activity in the stock industry. The study's specific goals were to see whether there were any correlations between the cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory, as well as to determine the cumulative prospect theory's financial market consequences, the Radner theory's financial market implications, and the cumulative prospect theory's and Radner theory's disadvantages. The study surveyed applicable extant literatures on investor behavior in relation to cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory in a comparative manner using a desk top library analysis methodology. The findings suggest that investors' risk/uncertainty attitudes influence their investment/consumption decisions. They would rather see a higher return than a lower risk, as well as a higher level of gratification from committing wealth to an asset package in the event of general equilibrium. The cumulative prospect hypothesis and Radner theory have also observed and discussed these behavioral dispositions. The cumulative prospect theory and Radner theory are barometers by which investors' investment trajectory is continuously watched in the equity market all over the world, according to the study's findings. As a result, financial analysts/experts, market participants, and managers should often mix the fundamentals of conventional finance and behavioural finance while evaluating assets and studying/observing the reactions of a large number of competing investors, especially in ideal, full, and incomplete markets, according to this analysis. Keywords: Investor Action, Cumulative Prospect Theory, Radner Theory, General Equilibrium.
48 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON STOCK EXCHANGE OF INDIA , *Ekansh Agarwal **Aman Saigal
The present paper explains about the crashing of the global market economy, major drop in oil prices, and increasing unemployment are some of the impacts of the pandemic COVID-19 that affected almost all countries in the world. India was also not far behind to get the impact of COVID-19 on their economic growth, development, economy and stock market. India has a robust stock market that reacts and responds well to the global situation. Keywords: Stock Exchange, COVID-19, Global Market, Indian Economy, Market.
49 COVID-19 AND FUTURE OF ONLINE TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: A CASE STUDY OF RAMA UNIVERSITY , *Dr. Aftab Alam **CA Vinod Kumar Sharma
The outbreak of the COVID-19 triggered universities and other academic institutions to close their campuses, compelling them to shift to online teaching and learning process. This paper focuses case of Rama University’s online education initiative taken and implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. This paper summarizes the online teaching & learning initiatives successfully implemented by the Rama University for the benefit of other university’s’ faculty and administration who might find it beneficial implementing them in a similar circumstances. The study discusses the high-impact factors and principles necessary for making online education effective and engaging: (a) Understanding relationship between online teaching & instructional design and student learning behaviour. (b) Understanding and evaluating the instructional components required for effective delivery of online instructional information. (c) Understanding the importance of faculty training in delivering the online instructional content effectively. (d) Understanding the importance of students’ engagement and participation in improving the scope and level of student's learning. Keywords: COVID-19, Instructional Strategies, Online Education, Instructional Design.
50 FLIPPED CLASSROOM INTENSIFICATION ON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND CONFIDENCE IN LEARNING CALCULUS , * Roldan C. Bangalan ** Jocelyn B. Hipona
Background and objective: Advancement in the field of information and communication technology has exponentially affected the educational sector. Blended learning has emerged with its potential to transform education institutions to supplement the traditional classroom setting and increase the quality of student learning. Methods and Findings: This descriptive study aimed to determine the students’ attitude toward flipped classroom approach and this research utilized video presentations of Calculus topics from Youtube. Fifty senior high school students of an autonomous university in the Philippines served as the respondents of the study who were randomly selected from two classes which utilized the approach. Findings revealed that the students have positive attitude toward flipped classroom and they perceived it as an effective approach. Conclusion: The flipped classroom approach has increased students’ motivation and confidence in learning Calculus, improved their engagement in guided and independent learning activities and made them understand mathematical concepts better. Keywords: Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom, Independent Learning, Calculus.
51 CONSEQUENCES OF WORKING CAPITAL CYCLE ON FIRM’S PROFITABILITY , * Kabir Md Ahsan **Mohammad Raja Zohaib ***Azeddine Elalami Lahlimi ****Abdulmalik Muhammad Junaidu *****Issah Sham-Una
Working capital organization has its effect on liquidity too on productivity of the firm. In this investigation, we have picked a case of 20 Pakistani firms recorded on Karachi Stock Exchange for a period of 10 years from 2010-2019, we have inspected the effect of different elements of working capital organization including the Typical combination time span, Stock turnover in days, ordinary portion period, and Cash change cycle on the net working advantage of Pakistani firms. Current Extent, impact, size of the firm (assessed similar to basic logarithm of arrangements) and improvement have been used as control factors. Backslide examination (Pooled least square) are used for assessment. The results show that there is a strong negative association between elements of the working capital organization and efficiency of the firm. It infers that as the cash change cycle extends it will provoke reducing advantage of the firm, and bosses can make a positive motivating force for the speculators by diminishing the cash change cycle to a possible least level. We moreover find that there is a negative association between size of the firm and its efficiency. There is also an essential negative association between commitment used by the firm and its benefit. Keywords: Cash Conversion Cycle, Return on Assets, Profitability, Real Estate, Karachi Stock Exchange.
52 SPORTS LAWS IN INDIA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS , *Abhimanyu Chatttree
It is a fact that the field of sport statute in India is relatively new and when compared with the other countries, at the beginning of conception. It is however an area of study deserving of in-depth interpretation and academic review and practice. A well-planned systematic competition compliance program can be of great benefit to all businesses. The need for the hour is a fresh perspective, an impartial authority and a general law. Sport disputes are therefore inevitable, so the needs of the sporting community are better met by speedy and cheap forms of arbitration and mediation than by litigation. Sporting disputes require assurance, continuity, equality, fairness and respect for the principles of natural justice that arbitration will bring about. And such qualities can be achieved when all the parties involved in the dispute gain the support. The author observed that sport is such a common interest throughout the world that it encourages the mind-set of having judged the same rules in both spectators and athletes, in order to maintain uniformity throughout and obtain a fair result. Keywords: Sports Laws, Sports Policy, Legal Status of Sports.
53 FUNCTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL TO INWARD FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) IN ALGERIA , *Muneeb Ahmad
This study investigates the role of Human Capital (HC) to inward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Algeria and the ways to improve it and used annual time series secondary data over the period of 2000-2019. The literature determines the importance of HC, determinants of FDI and the relationship between HC and inward FDI in Algeria. A multiple regression model is employed to estimate the relationship between the role of HC and inward FDI in Algeria. Accordingly, the research considers inward FDI as a dependent variable and HC, corruption and bureaucracy, inflation, political situation, GDP, infrastructure and natural resources as independent variables. The natural resources are used as dummy variable. The regression results indicate that the HC, corruption and bureaucracy, political situation have a positive significant effect on inward FDI in Algeria but HC played an important role than the others to attract FDI in the country. Keywords: Inward FDI, Human Capital, Algeria, GDP Growth, Inflation, Political Situation.
54 THE EVOLUTION OF FDI IN THE TURKISH FRAMEWORK OF TRADE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH , *Sher Ali Khan **Mohammad Saiyedul Islam ***Mohammad Mahamudul Hasan ****Yanting Li *****Muhammad Zohaib Qamar
This examination gives further bits of knowledge into the assessment of OLS model, Johansen CoIncorporation Test and MacKinnon (1996) uneven P-values connections in the Gross domestic product development, FDI inflows, and fares and fabricates (modern creation) carrying out nexus. We reinvestigated the associations connecting trades, FDI inflow, manufactures and financial development in Turkey for the timespan 1981–2019. Johansen co-incorporation results affirm a since a long time ago run relationship among these factors and MacKinnon (1996) test delineates the solid relationship from Gross domestic product development to modern creation. Considering the portion of cutting edge trades, it is appeared that Turkey is underneath the level it ought to be. This causes in general low record of financial versatile nature and low fare concentration of Turkey. Subsequently, notwithstanding various outcomes found in the writing extra time, our examination gives more coordinated proof on the connection between FDI inflow, fares and genuine monetary development in Turkey. Keywords: GDP Growth, FDI inflow, Johansen Co-Integration Test, Exports, Turkey.
55 AN EFFECT ON PRODUCTIVITY OF AUTOMOBILE SECTOR AT COVID- 19 PANDEMIC , *Dr. Sandeep Singhal
The corona-virus (COVID-19) outbreak is inflicting great situation and financial complication for consumers, organizations and communities throughout the globe. As the pandemic disrupts enterprise as traditional and throws the financial outlook into uncertainty, the automobile enterprise is on the front line. Some of the most affected areas are most important manufacturing hubs and domestic to key hyperlinks in the sector’s world grant chain. Typical contingency plans assist allow operational effectiveness following occasions like herbal disasters, cyber incidents and energy outages, amongst others. They don’t commonly take into account the great quarantines, prolonged faculty closures and journey restrictions that are being instituted in nations round the world to assist stem the unfold of the virus. This paper deals that with manufacturing shutdowns taking effect, automobile groups want to continue to be centered and nimble to higher navigate this crisis. Keywords: Automobile, Pandemic, COVID-19.
56 DESIGN OF RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEMS, AND ITS IMPACTS ADOPTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD , * Pramod Kumar **Dr. Sanjay Pachouri
As the world population increases, the demand increases for quality drinking water. Surface and groundwater resources are being utilized faster than they can be recharged. Rainwater harvesting is an old practice that is being adopted by many nations as a viable decentralized water source. This paper reviews the methods, design of rainwater harvesting systems, and its impacts adopted in all parts of the world. Keywords: Rainwater Harvesting (RWH).
57 BUSINESS GROWTH AND ECONOMIC CRISIS: SOCIALLY EFFECTED UNDER PANDEMIC COVID-19 , *Akanshi Mittal **Aparna Tomar ***Amidha Singh ****Dr. Ananta Sharma
Viruses, and the diseases they cause, often have different names. Viruses are named based on their genetic structure to facilitate the development of diagnostic tests, vaccines and medicines. WHO announced “COVID- 19” as the name of this new disease on 11 February 2020. COVID-19 virus is a new virus linked to the same family of viruses as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and some types of common cold. The outbreak of corona virus disease (COVID-19) has been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). Several countries across the world resorted to lock downs to “flatten the curve” of the infection. These lock downs meant confining millions of citizens to their homes, shutting down businesses and ceasing almost all economic activity. In this situation, question strikes- What will be the ramifications of pandemic COVID-19 globally? Will the educational institutions continue its closure throughout the year? How hard has the economy been hit? Therefore, this study is conducted to examine the various areas that are affected by this pandemic. In response to this global outbreak, we summarize the psychological and social effects of pandemic COVID-19. Keywords: COVID-19, Education System, Business Growth, Economic Crisis, Health Issues.
58 FEMINIST MYSTICISM AND VOICES OF AGONY: LOOKING ACROSS THE CULTURES , *Mohammad Shaheer Siddiqui
Feminist Mysticism is not only reflected in the poetic compositions by women Mystics but also by the Male Poets in their mystical poetry using the symbols of women in manifesting spiritual relationships between man and God. The central aim of this paper is an attempt to find out the fusion of the voice of agony of women heart in the mystical arena across the cultures as Islamic, Hindu or Buddhist. The paper also deals hermeneutically the concept of feminist mysticism in Spiritual traditions and cross-cultural conversations. Keywords: Spiritual Intimacy, Feminist Mysticism, Voice of Agony, Women Mystics.
59 JURISDICTIONAL ISSUE IN CYBER LAWS , *Gauranshi
With the advent of technology and the emerging trends of cyberspace, the issue of jurisdiction in the cyber world has been evolving immensely. Cyberspace has no physical boundaries or national boundaries and the growing exponential and dynamic space has led to a chaos and confusion with respect to the principles of jurisdiction.These problems in the internet world are essential causes of concern and international conventions are required for regulation of the cyber world. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the basic set of principles of jurisdiction and to determine the existing laws and conventions related to the issue of jurisdiction in cyber laws. The paper will further draw a comparison between U.S Approach, European Approach and Indian approach and how application of U.S. approach universally can aid in adoption of a universal convention. Keywords: Cyber Laws, Jurisdictional Approach, Personal Jurisdiction, Universal Convention
60 PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL EFFECT OF PANDEMIC COVID-19 ON EDUCATION SYSTEM, BUSINESS GROWTH, ECONOMIC CRISIS AND HEALTH ISSUES GLOBALLY , *Krati Malhotra
This paper deals that pandemic COVID-19 has a substantive and permanent impact on the way which our society operates. It has forced us to adopt the different ways of working, socially interacting, shopping, financing, gaining knowledge, etc. This has affected educational systems worldwide, leading to the total closures of schools, universities and college. Unemployment has occurred in many sectors of the society due to the loss of revenue in businesses, thus declining the growth of economy. The disease has enforced lockdown which has produced acute panic, anxiety and obsessive behavior in the long run. The COVID-19 pandemic has become a threat worldwide, not only for its risk to human life and ensuing economic distress, but also for its invisible emotional strain. Keywords: COVID-19, Business Growth, Economic Recovery, Education, Global.
61 CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN FINANCIAL EVOLUTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A STUDY ON INDIAN PERSPECTIVE , Shiv Ranjan, Kanika Tomar, Dr Ruchika Gupta, Dr Anish Gupta
The paper aims at the impact of financial evolution in India upon the economical growth during the period of 1970 to 2019. The financial sector of India has evolved over the years and can be measured using variables like Credit made available to the Private Sector by the banks domestically, M3 Broad Money or Liquid Liability and Credit given by Financial sector involving the financial institutions across the country. The economic growth of a country can be measured using the real GDP per capita values. The study of the existence of co-integration and cause-effect relationship between financial evolution variables and economical growth measurement via real GDP per capita, we have used Johansen Test, Vector Autoregressive analysis and Granger causality respectively. We have observed a unidirectional flow from real gross domestic product to financial evolution. This confirms that economy’s growth causes the need for better and faster financial services and hence, follows demand hypothesis. Keywords: Financial Evolution, Growth, GDP Per Capita, Credit Availability, Liquid Liability, Credit to the Private Sector, Financial Sector, Economic Development, Broad Money, Vector Autoregressive Analysis, Granger Causality, Johansen Test, Ordinary Least Square Method.
62 A STUDY OF IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL FACTORS ON PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS , Priyanka Rani 
COVID-19 is a viral epidemic disease cause by corona virus. COVID-19 spreads all over the world and it spoils our whole life brutally. This disease brings lockdown in the whole world. World economy is going down continuously due to lockdown. Many people forced to migrant, depressed and commit suicide. This COVID-19 brings bad impact on psychological and social development of human being. Psychological factors are referring to the workings of the mind or psyche: motivation, learning and socialization, attitudes and beliefs. Psychological factors include anxiety; we are feeling stressed and become angry immediately, no passion we have. Social factors are the factors which effects of people and groups influencing one another through culture and subculture, social class, reference groups, and family. In this paper, researcher study the impact of psychological and socialization factors on the students of B.Ed. in the COVID-19 scenario. Keywords: COVID-19, Psychological Factor, Socialization Factor, Teacher.
63 PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE , Md. Rokebul Islam Shojib, Tanzil Hasan, Abdur Rakib Nayeem
Supply Chain includes the mix of stock, warehousing, material taking care of, bundling and transportation of items alongside security. The Bangladeshi pharmaceutical industry is prepared to turn out to be internationally serious with a possibility to reach $57 billion by 2019. Flexibly chain is basic as it keeps up the mind boggling system connection between tranquilize makers, exchanging accomplices, wholesalers and retailers. Pharmaceutical items need temperature controlled capacity and dissemination under exacting administrative control in a way guaranteeing no antagonistic impact on item quality. Advancement of new exhaustive flexibly chain dissolving the between intervention of wholesalers and merchants decrease the expense by creating lower-cost-administration channel. Specific consideration ought to be paid to items containing conceivably harmful, perilous, inflammable or opiate items. Vehicles and gear used to disperse pharmaceutical items ought to be reasonable to forestall sullying and suitably prepared to forestall introduction to conditions unfavorably affecting strength and bundling respectability. Fruitful reception of SCM rehearses permits the organizations to increase a bartering control and decrease costs by five to 10%. Keywords: Pharmaceutical, Supply chain management, Good distribution Practices, Stability, Recall, BD.
64 A STUDY ON THE WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN EMPLOYMENT IN TODAY’S ENVIRONMENT , Sonashree Kar
The present paper deals with the status of Women's empowerment in the current scenario. Author discussed the working womens condition at panchayat level to urban class. It is discussed that Arrangements on Women's empowerment exist at the national, state and nearby (Panchayat) levels in numerous areas, including wellbeing, instruction, monetary chances, sexual orientation based brutality and political investment. Anyway there are noteworthy hole between arrangement progressions and genuine practice at the network level. Empowerment of women is basically the procedure of upliftment of financial, social and political status of women, the customarily oppressed ones, in the general public. Keywords: Women's Empowerment, Employment, Working.
65 A STUDY ON CONVENTIONAL AND DISTANCE MODES OF EDUCATION , Shikha Sharma, Nisha Rani, Supriya Srivastav
The present paper explains the concept of distance education, the need of distance education in India and analyse the existing education system in India related to distance education. The regular colleges, schools and universities represent standard / formal system of education, whereas the open universities and directorates of correspondence courses represent non formal system of education. The policy made by the researcher and the industrialist with the managers and emerging world of the paradigm growing with the industries and the thinking and learning way of the educationist is creating an effect on the generosity of the recent world and manage so many things with industries dynamical the parcel areas of concern. Keywords: Distance Education, Non-formal, Formal Education.
66 A STUDY ON ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN FOR STRATEGY FORMULATION , Aditi Sadhna, Jaspreet Kaur, Amanpreet Kaur Luthra
The paper deals that strategy is the actionable aspect of running a business. It includes pricing models, marketing and branding tactics and competitor assessment. Formulating a strategy is done to determine how the business will fit within the market – and more importantly – how the business will compete. Designing a strategy requires specific goal setting and a big picture vision for the business. You can form the strategy first and mold the structure later to work with the strategy. In an established business that has firm structural elements, you can also form a strategy based on the existing structure and processes. Keywords: Design, Strategy, Organizational, Business, IT
67 A BACKGROUND STUDY ON THE ROLE OF BANKS IN ERADICATION OF POVERTY AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN INDIA BY IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNMENT SPONSORED SCHEMES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SWARNA JAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA (SGSY , Dr. Soofia Fatima 
Banking system occupies an important place in a nation’s economy. A banking institution is indispensable in a modern society. It plays a pivotal role in the economic development of a country and forms the core of a money market in the country In this study, the role of banks in implementing government sponsored schemes to alleviate the problems of poverty and unemployment are highlighted with special reference to Swarna Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY). The SGSY is operative from 1 st April, 1999 in rural areas of the country. It is a holistic scheme which has the quality of covering almost all the aspects of self employment such as organization of the poor into Self Help Groups, training, credit, technology, infrastructure and marketing. The scheme will be funded by the Centre and State in the ratio of 75:25 and will be implemented by the Commercial Banks, Regional Rural Banks and Co-operative Banks. The process of planning, implementation and monitoring is made the responsibility of other Financial Institutions, Panchayati Raj Institutions, District Rural Development Agencies (DRDAs), Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), Technical Institutions in the district,etc,. For the formation and nurturing of self help groups the help of NGOs may be taken. NGOs are of great help if needed at the time of monitoring the progress of the swarozgaris. Their services may be taken in the realm of technological support, quality control of the products and as recovery monitors cum facilitators. This scheme has a mission of establishing a large number of micro enterprises in the rural areas. The target group for the assistance under SGSY are those families which are marked as Below Poverty Line (BPL) households identified through BPL Census duly approved by Gram Sabha. The power- packed objective of this scheme is to bring the assisted poor families above the poverty line by ensuring appreciable sustained income over period of time. The essence of attaining this very objective is to organize the rural poor into Self Help Groups (SHGs) through the process of social mobilization, their training and capacity building and provision of income generating assets. The rural poor which are considered as the target group and covered by this scheme are those with land, landless labour, educated unemployed, rural artisans, and disabled. Swarozgaris are organized into Self Help Groups. The scheme provides for the formation of Self Help Groups (SHGs), nurturing and their linkages with banks. Commercial banks should design their lending policies in such a way, as to ensure sufficient credit to the neglected sectors of the economy and to those who do not have easy access to credit. Hence commercial banks can bring down the inter-regional, inter-sectoral and inter-personal disparities. With this objective the Reserve Bank of India has taken various steps to ensure adequate flow of credit to weaker sections of the society including the minorities. Financial exclusion was very alarming and it is the need of the hour to modify the financial services delivery system to achieve greater inclusion. Despite all odds, banks have been trying their level best to reach at every door-step with the policies of financial inclusion and to provide the benefit of government sponsored programmes to the needy people. If the banking system in a country is effective, efficient and dynamic it results in a rapid growth in the various sectors of the economy. Keywords: Poverty, Unemployment, Government, Programmes.
68 LEARNING STYLES OF B.ED AND MANAGEMENT STUDENTS , Dr. Archana Dwivedi
There is no uncertainty that students and educators are distinctive differently. Picking up information on understudies' learning styles can be extremely useful for the two instructors and students. Including students in the dynamic cycle of learning requires recognizing and understanding students learning styles and educators instructing styles. The two can either be coordinated or crisscrossed. It is crucial to consider the connection between them. Numerous examinations have been led on match and crisscross of learning styles and showing styles. The greater part of them allude to coordinating the two as positively affecting the understudies' presentation and demonstrate the inverse for befuddling. Nonetheless, befuddles now and again perhaps valuable particularly with low level understudies. The reason for this examination is to introduce a few contentions on this issue. Keywords: Learning, Styles, Students, Education.
69 THE ROLE AND CONCEPT OF MIGRATORY STATUS VIS A VIS DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE AT SOUTH DELHI - A STUDY , Dr Sadaf Fatima
This study provides useful insights for analyzing the role, significance and amount of migration of the disadvantaged people at South Delhi. Migration dynamics of population is increasing year after year. Large number of migrants from different states migrated to New Delhi the Capital of India. There are several reasons behind the migration of them from the different states of the country to Delhi. The study also tries to analyze the reasons which are responsible for the migrations in South Delhi. Poor people migrate specially from the states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, etc. As per 2001 census, Maharashtra was on the first position with 7.9 million of migrants by place of birth from different states and Delhi was on second position with 5.6 million. Whereas, in 1991 census the total number of migrants where 4.3 million in Maharashtra and in Delhi it was 3.7 million. But the proportion of in-migrants to total population, Delhi Urban Agglomeration (UA), was on the first position with 16.4% and Greater Mumbai UA was on the second position with 15.1% between 1991 and 2001 Census. Keywords: Migrate Workers, South Delhi, Okhla, Delhi, Poverty, Economic.
70 RECESSION AND ITS EFFECTS ON STOCK MARKET IN INDIA , Aman Saigal, Abhishek Saigal
This paper discuss that recession is a word which has rocked the entire world. US market which is a feeder of the world market crashed and it had effect on all the major markets and India is one of them thousands of people became jobless and a number of people committed suicide due to recession problems. This recession had effect on all the sector and mainly service sector affected a lot. Sensex lost a number on points and lakhs of people lost there money on BSE. Government tried to rescue many financial houses by extending them good financial packages. In this paper, the author tries to explain the effect of recession on stock market as well as global market. Keywords: Recession, Economy, Stock Market, India, Government
71 ROLE OF PAPERLESS OFFICE CULTURE IN THE ORGANISATION , Shamsher Alam, Dr. RS Parihar, Dr. Rohit Singhal
The arrival of new Information and Communication Technology on the world stage has caused a change in the traditional model of management and communication within companies and their customers. Organizations are small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) or large companies that are aware of this change and see the need to promote the use of these new technologies through the development of e-administration. This aims to offer significant opportunities, improve the services provided, strengthen organizations work processes and support public policies, so that social development and economic growth is favored. The aim is for sustainable development. This paper tries to explain that the paperless office is something that everyone wants and needs, but why cannot it? Why for SMEs it is more complicated? Achieve a paperless office is possible, what is needed regardless of the size of the company, it is administrative will, since it is necessary to reform administrative processes. Keywords: Document Management, Electronic Documents, Paperless Office, Information Technology, and E-administration.
72 KEY ISSUES RELATING TO THE CONCEPTS OF DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT , Renu Agarwal, Dr. Anu Bharti
The paper deals about the development, as a concept, has been associated with diverse meanings, interpretations and theories from various scholars. Development is defined as ‘an evolutionary process in which the human capacity increases in terms of initiating new structures, coping with problems, adapting to continuous change, and striving purposefully and creatively to attain new goals. Keywords: Sustainability, Development.
73 A STUDY ON MARKETING STRATEGY FOR BRANDING OF NEW PRODUCTS IN INDIAN MARKET , Dr. Sandeep Singhal
There are many distinctive kinds of company techniques that differ based totally on goal audiences, advertising campaigns, and budgets. A well-received manufacturer approach has the attainable to construct company fairness and solidify its area as a mounted brand. Some groups hire a couple of techniques to extend the odds of a successful campaign. Branding is a necessary section of the commercial enterprise constructing process. Large companies spend lots of tens of millions of greenbacks constructing their brands. Branding is integral for merchandise and offerings offered in massive purchaser markets. It’s additionally vital in B2B due to the fact it helps the purchaser stand out from the competition. Keywords: Branding, Market, Advertising, Company, Market.
74 THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL COMMUNICATION ON MONEY TRANSFER , Sunit Thakur, Dr. Kavita Gupta
Digital communication has multiplied in a major manner in the earlier years. Digital communication is the physical transfer of information over Point-To-Point or Point-To-Multipoint communication channel. It is transfer of discrete messages. Digital communication assumes an essential job in the present electronic world. In digital communication the information transfer rate relies on its characteristics. Digital communication should be possible over enormous separations through web and different things. Payments are the connective tissue of a monetary framework. They empower individuals to purchase products, buy water and power, and send money to companions, family, and colleagues. They empower governments to gather charges and dispense social payments. Furthermore, they empower providers to gather payments from purchasers. At the point when these exchanges are expensive and inconvenient, financial movement is blocked. We delineate what digital financial incorporation would resemble and introduce a developing collection of proof which recommends that interfacing destitute individuals to a digital financial framework will produce sizable welfare benefits. We contend that nations won't connect the money digital separation in one monster jump. Notwithstanding changing our day by day lives, the change in digital communications likewise raises significant financial, open strategy and cultural inquiries. Keywords: Digital Communication, Money Transfer.
75 THE CONCEPT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) IN INDIA , Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava, Dr. Richa Singhal
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a buzzword worldwide. In today‘s globalized world, one of the great challenges faced by firms is integration of CSR in business. Stakeholders require a lot more from companies than merely pursuing growth and profitability. CSR has come a long way in India and other emerging markets. From responsive activities to sustainable initiatives, corporates have clearly exhibited their ability to make a significant difference in the society and improve the overall quality of life. This paper focuses on the concept of CSR, its dimensions and relevance in emerging markets with special reference to India. The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not new in India. It emerged from the 'Vedic period' when history was not recorded in India. In that period Kings had an obligation towards society and merchants displayed their own business responsibility by building places of worship, education, inns and wells. Corporate Social Responsibility has been defined and conceptualized in several ways during the past four centuries following a process of analysis, debate and scholarly confrontation around the theme. The concept 'Corporate Social Responsibility' (CSR) refers to 'soft', voluntary self-regulation adopted by firms to improve aspects of the company; this can relate to labour, environmental and human rights issues. Keywords: CSR, Sustainability, Philanthropic Approach, Stakeholders.
76 BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION , Jasneet Kaur, Dr. Kailash Chand Seval
This paper explains about appropriate working of specific network or environment the species decent variety is exceptionally fundamental. In a network the endurance of all species are interrelated to the presence of other living beings. Environment assorted variety alludes to varieties in the biological networks in which species live, the biological system wherein networks exist and connections among these levels. Environment assorted variety is reflected in different biogeographic zones, for example, lakes, deserts, coasts, estuaries and so forth. Keywords: Biodiversity, Conservation, Hereditary.
77 ONLINE EXAMINATION EVALUATION SYSTEM , Narender Pratap Singh, Dr. Dilip Kumar Jain
Online examination system is an electronic examination system where examinations are given online. Either through the web or intranet utilizing PC system. The principle objective of this online examination system is to successfully assess the understudy altogether through a completely robotized system that diminish the necessary time as well as get quick and exact outcomes. Keywords: Online Evaluation.
78 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ADJUSTMENT AT HOME AMONG WORKING WOMEN AND HOUSEWIVES , Richa Sharma
The present study is conducted to study the home adjustment of working women and housewives. The study has been done in Ghaziabad city. Multistage sampling Technique was followed and 150 working women and housewives. (working married women =75, housewives =75). Were taken as sample. Their age range was between the 30 to 45 years. So we can say that working women are more natural, independent, and healthy as compare to non-working women whereas non working women are more obsessive, dependent, then working women. Keywords: Home Adjustment , Working Women, Housewives.
79 EFFECT OF GST ON INDIAN ECONOMY , Rajneesh Gupta, Dr. Pramod Gupta, Dr. Gurpreet Singh R Arora
This paper depicts and evaluates the presentation of new types of immediate and circuitous assessments, their income and value suggestions and the triumphs accomplished in their execution. In the primary seven day stretch segments as a result of the nation’s monoculture economy and this perpetually prompts conceivable postponements. These are the more prevalent thought processes that immediate our conduct toward positive and negative results at intervals a given space permitting performance management. Keywords: GST, Indian Economy, Business.
80 A STUDY ON EMERGING DOMAIN OF MULTIMEDIA DIGITAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM , Satpal Arora, Dr. Anu Bharti
The present paper explains Database management systems are typically classified by the data demonstrate that they bolster: social, protest social, arrange, et cetera. The data model will in general decide the inquiry dialects that are accessible to get to the database. The universe of database brags numerous sorts advancements, which take into account the need of numerous sorts of associations. Keywords: Database, Multimedia.
81 A STUDY ON LOGISTIC AND LOGISTICAL ACTIVITIES BASED ON RFID TECHNOLOGY , Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava, Dr. Richa Singhal
The present paper explains about EPC global characterizes qualities of RFID equipment, the structure of the put away information, and the middleware for information trade crosswise over corporate outskirts. Alongside a distinguishing proof code, some RFID labels can likewise store extra data, particularly information that is gathered by coordinated sensors. Keywords: Logistic, RFID Technology.
82 TO STUDY THE SKILL MEASURES OF EMPLOYEE IN COMPANY , Jasneet Kaur, Dr. Kailash Chand Seval
Employees are the most valuable asset of every company as they can make or break a company’s reputation and can adversely effect profitability. Employees often are responsible for the great bulk of necessary work to be done as well as customer satisfaction and the quality of products and events. Without proper training, employees both new and current do not receive the information and develop the skill sets necessary for accomplishing their tasks at their maximum potential. Keywords: Employee, Skill Measures
83 A STUDY ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF COMPONENTS OF AGILE SOFTWARE , Narender Pratap Singh, Dr. Dilip Kumar Jain
The paper explain about the iterative approach has become vastly effective in helping software developers improve their skills in estimating schedule for remaining tasks. Schedule estimation is one of the most difficult responsibilities for developers because software issues are common and are unpredictable by nature. By breaking the large requirements down into more manageable sub requirements, the agile process naturally promotes better estimation. Keywords: Agile Software, iterative approach
84 DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NOIDA , Mandeep Singh, Dr. Balveer
The present paper deals with the historically, an enterprise’s success was explained almost exclusively based on its economic performance. The purpose of entrepreneurship research was to generate economic gains or, in some cases, to create employment sources. Those were the factors that traditionally would determine the entrepreneurship contribution to the territories development. Therefore, value creation was commonly measured in economic-financial terms, by indicators such as sales, profit or returns on investment (ROI), and it was always exclusively understood as the maximization of individual profit. In other words, entrepreneurship was committed to economic development and wealth generation meanwhile, environmental and social issues were mostly avoided. The issues related to the environmental and social role that enterprises play are not recent and have been the subject of discussion since the last century. For example, many scientists insist on the idea that the planet can not physically sustains for much longer the impact of current economic activity. However, over the last decade, the wish to understand the real impact and value of companies on society has grown exponentially. Indeed some authors talk about an economic paradigm shift. The traditional understanding of value creation merely in terms of economic profit has extended to cover non-economic gains. Keywords: Entrepreneurship, Economy.
85 A STUDY ON THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP PROFILE CATEGORIZATION , Satvinder Singh, Dr. Kailash Chand Seval
The present paper deals with that employee is the point of convergence in the achievement of each organization. In the event that the representatives cooperate and share a decent relationship with bosses they can accomplish their errands a lot quicker. Overseeing representative relationship is essential and important to the organizational achievement and accomplishing upper hand. It is important to have a strong relationship among workers and bosses that prompts profitability, motivation, and better execution. Keywords: Employment, Representative Relationship
86 RAPID REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE BEHIND AIR QUALITY STRATEGIES AND TECHNOLOGIES , Shamsher Alam, Dr. RS Parihar, Dr. Rohit Singhal
The present paper deals with Poor air quality negatively affects human health and the environment. For this reason, governments and private sector organisations across the world are developing and trialing a wide range of ways to improve air quality. This paper provides a rapid review of the different types of air quality initiatives that exist internationally, and offers a brief indication of the evidence base behind them. Keywords: Quality of Air, Health.
87 SECURITY MECHANISM AND FLAW IN THEM: LAN , Renu Agarwal, Dr. Anu Bharti
A portion of these advances is dynamic guard, some of them are uninvolved security, and some are to offer help and stage for the exploration of security. PC organizes security by adopting different specialized and administration measures; make the ordinary activity of the system framework, to guarantee the accessibility, integrity and protection of system information. Thus, to set up the motivation behind system security insurance is to guarantee that the information transmission and trade through the system, not occur, for example, include, change, misfortune and break. Keywords: Security Mechanism
88 JOB SATISFACTION AMONG MANAGEMENT FACULTIES OF PRIVATE COLLEGES/UNIVERSITY IN DELHI/NCR REGION , Kanika Singh, Sonam Rani, Himanshu Matta
Job satisfaction is the phycological state of employee to feel good or bad towards his or her job. Since management faculties are the catalyst in producing good quality future managers to the economy and society, it becomes very significant to maintain the positive job satisfaction level as job satisfaction has direct impact the teacher’s efficiency to teach well. Moreover, positive job satisfaction level will help in producing good quality researches in the field of management. This research paper aims at identifying the factors impacting the job satisfaction level of Management Faculties in Private Colleges / University as well as the overall job satisfaction level of Management Faculties in Private Colleges / Universities in Delhi / NCR. Results have shown significant difference in satisfaction level of males and female faculties, later been more unsatisfied with their jobs. Maternity benefits and rewards and recognitions among other motivators are recommended in the end for improving job satisfaction level of private college management faculties. Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Private Colleges, Management Faculties, Delhi/NCR, Rewards and Recognitions, Work culture, Job Security
89 EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ALL EVIATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF E-WASTE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT , Sindhu Kumari P.R., Dr. Simmy Narula
Technology has been changing constantly so also the gazettes and devices for consumption. This is the world’s largest manufacturing industry today. As the upgradation and obsolescence are the part and parcel of this industry, a serious problem in the form of e-waste is a growing concern of the experts. Like the astronomical growth in manufacturing, the problem of e-waste has also been growing rapidly like no other industry. E-waste includes a broad range of electronic devices that has been ranging from household appliances like microwave, air conditioners, refrigerators, televisions, mobile phones, music systems, laptops to important life-saving medical kits life ECG machines, BP machines, etc. Categories of electronic products are not only vast but also growing rapidly. Electronic products contain various types of toxic ingredients including heavy metals like lead and mercury that are poisonous to the environment and living beings. In this article, we will discuss some important steps employed for better e-waste management like different consumer-driven solutions, manufacturers’ responsibilities, etc. In this article, we will also discuss educational strategies that can influence people to be aware of the problem and become self-motivated to get into e-waste management. This article focuses on the hazards of e-waste, the need for its suitable management, and opportunities available that can be executed. Keywords: Electronic Waste; e-waste; e-waste Education; Sustainable Development; e-waste Strategy
90 A STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE BY GREEN HR PRACTICES , Kartikey Bhardwaj, Dr. Richa Singhal
The present paper deals with an unnatural weather change those outcomes biological dangers to human being. Resources are being spent in the earth, which likewise make emergency to human being. It is in this way deliberately significant for organizations to realize whether green HRM may prompt elevated level hierarchical results. Keywords: Environment, Green, HRM.