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|1||Digital Preservation of Information Resources: Issues and StrategiesAbstract – Digital preservation combines policies, strategies and actions that ensure access to digital content over time. An information resource refer to a system resource in any component of limited availability within a computer system, a web resource, a data source accessible at the World Wide Web and an electronic resource, information which can be stored in the form of electrical signals. The purpose of preservation of information sources is to protect information of enduring value for access by present and future generations. In recent decades, many major libraries and information centres and archives established formal preservation programs for traditional materials in paper, microform, photographic, and to lesser degree audio-visual formats. Digital preservation is largely experimental and replete with the risks associated with untested methods. Digital preservation adds a new set of challenges for libraries and archives to the existing task of preserving a legacy of materials in traditional formats. But the strategies, methods, and technologies for long-term preservation of digital information that do exist are not necessarily feasible technologically for preservation on a mass scale, nor are they affordable given the vast quantities of digital information being generated.
This paper discusses the types of information resources, present state of digital preservation, articulates requirements of both users and custodians, and suggests with limitations and recommendation for research needs in storage media, migration, conversion, and overall management strategies.
|Dr. Rajiv Vij|
|2||A Comparative Study of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices of Selected Fertilizer Companies in Gujarat StateAbstract – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important issue in contemporary business, management and politics, especially since the launch of the United Nations. Corporate Social Responsibility refers to a way company undertakes activities that positively affect the well-being of employees, local communities, the environment and society at large. These activities are needed to earn the trust and respect from all its stakeholders. This paper analyse the Corporate Social Responsibilities Practices of two conveniently selected companies Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited and Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited. Comparative analysis of CSR activities in which both the companies has contributed and also the analysis of CSR Spending of both the companies in two years of implementation of Companies Act, 2013 is done. Analysis of CSR Practices is based on the Activities mentioned in Section 135 of Companies Act, 2013. The findings of the paper states that both the companies has equally contributed in terms of the activities in number of sectors and Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited has contributes better in terms of Spending towards Corporate Social Responsibility as compared to Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited.||Nirdoshkumar J. Patel|
|3||Business Governance and Functional Department Participation PlanAbstract – Globalization is making the world flatter every day. Businesses and organizations are stretching far and wide across the borders as well as venturing into new markets that they previously were not. Businesses and organizations are also getting more multi-cultural and including a diverse group of people in their structures. With the increase in international business and governance comes the need for organizational leaders to have a well structured governance plan that will assist them in defining plans and improving their processes so that mistakes and examples of organizational malaise and collapse as seen from other businesses will not happen to current and future organizations. This paper is divided into two parts, the first part will address the components of a business governance plan and all the necessary instruments that can assist an organization in achieving it’s goals such as the moral underpinnings, political implications, impediments to a successful governance plan, and solutions on how those plans can be implemented by an organizations leadership or the board of directors. The second part of the paper discusses the functional departments that should participate in a governance plan including their roles, significance and political ramifications.||Remi Alapo et al.|
|4||Application of Applied and Engaged Buddhism in Existing SocietyAbstract – Buddhism is related with all aspects of our life. That philosophy which is applied in our life is called applied Buddhism. Present paper is trying to explore the importance of applied Buddhism in our all peripheries. Applied Buddhism is deeply related with the mental and physical well being of our life. Applied Buddhism can be applied in our life without getting engaged in any rituals or leaving any identity and actions It doesn’t differentiate any diision between any culture and reliion rather considers the whole world as one. Severe lack of research in this area has created a vacuum to understand this concept.||Satyarth Prakash|
|5||Reflections on a Qualitative Study on Teacher’s Perceptions about no Detention System in Elementary Education in IndiaAbstract – The paper highlights the reflections on the preliminary stage of a qualitative study on teacher’s perception about no detention system in elementary education in India. The present pilot study emanates from the vibrant issue attracting the focus from all spheres of the society. It focuses to explore the perception of teachers about no detention of children in relation to curriculum, evaluation, teaching and learning. The teachers have been chosen because they play significant role for implementation of the system on the one hand and have concern about the career and welfare of their students on the other hand. They are the ones, who are deeply and directly associated with the working theory of no detention of children, though their voices are sub-altered while making such changes. The study, therefore, tries to bring out the voices of teachers that may depict practical implications. The following paper is a reflection on planning stage, data collection stage, analysis stage and placing the study as a qualitative research followed by conclusion.||Priyanka Aggarwal|
|6||Governance and Development in Major States of IndiaAbstract – Since early nineties, there has been a growing interest among the international institutions and more importantly among the developing countries to strengthen the efficiency of the institutional arrangements and practices in the economy. It is believed through all institutional arrangements, the government should be able to efficiently deliver the resources to the public so as to improve wellbeing of the people. The concepts of governance and development are interrelated with each other. Economic development includes economic growth and social welfare of the economy. Governance evaluation should be focused on standardized principles of administration that are believed to be fundamental to the development of effective public administration. Once these principles have been identified, the second step involves the compiling of necessary measures from quantifiable inputs, processes and outputs that manifest these desired dimensions. The main dimensions of governance such as efficiency, transparency and participation should be taken into account to measure the quality of governance. The present paper tries to find out state of governance and development in major Indian states and notice how these major states representing more than 90% of Indian population have performed on development indicators and governance indicators. The quality of governance is found to be significantly and positively affecting three of the four development aspects namely life expectancy at birth, infant mortality rate and literacy rate. While, per capita income is negatively but insignificantly related to quality of governance.||Reena Baliyan|
|7||A Study of Factors Affecting Consumers’ Online Buying BehaviourAbstract – According to a joint research conducted by Retail Association of India and Boston Consulting Group (from 2014 to 2016, 18000 sample size), E-commerce may touch $50-55 billion by 2021 from current $6-8 billion (in 2016). In 2016 Digital buying remained 23% from 3% in 2013. There is an increase of more than 7 folds within three years. In case of developing countries, where these models are in initial phases, huge discounts and rewards points have been mentioned by many experts. However, since a couple of years convenience has taken over discounts. In the present paper, the author has tried to study the factors related to consumer, product/service, medium of sale and environment behind these changes with the help of studying the existing literature on this published in different countries.||Satnam Singh|
|8||A Book Review on: ‘Periyar and the Self Respect Philosophy’ (Author: Prof. M. K. Subramanian)Abstract – I have been interested in periyar‟s self-respect movement for the subalterns especially his idea that self-respect precedes swaraj. Others of his day loved to chant of political freedom, spiritual upliftment and other „bigger‟ things of life, Periyar was down to earth enough to see that his people needed first and foremost their dignity to be salvaged and their self respect to be restored. That was Periyar‟s diagnosis of the society. He saw before him a society – one of the most backward on earth – where inequality was the order of the day, and where the majority, groaning under ignorance, and poverty and illiteracy where exploitation in the most ruthless manner by a greedy minority – the Brahmins. Taking full advantage of the people‟s ignorance and their blind faith in god, the Brahmins were seen resorting to some of the most sinister designs ever committed by man. The society had been so structured, the code so cast and the gods themselves so shaped to perpetuate their domination over the whole society. As Dr. Ambedkar put it later, “the Hindu religion was to be found as one which is not intended to establish liberty, equality and fraternity. It is a gospel which proclaims the worship of the superman – the Brahmin – by rest of the society.” (Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in “Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah”.)||Divya Jha|
|9||Online Marketing: Opportunities and ChallengesAbstract – Online Marketing is a combination of innovative tools and methodologies used for marketing products and services over the internet. Online marketing is also known as Internet marketing or online advertising. Online marketing combines the IT with the commerce. Online marketing is the process of targeting, attracting and winning and retaining the potential customers through Internet. Online Marketing covers a wide range of marketing strategies which are excluded from traditional marketing because online marketing includes extra platforms and marketing mechanisms over the internet. Online marketing overcomes the barrier of traditional marketing i.e. reaching the mass with minimum cost. Online marketing helps the company to builds its brands online and to attract potential customers. Online marketing provides platform to companies to communicate with their customers and feedback given by the customers helps the company to easy work on their pitfalls and customers can make a wise decision of buying by analyzing the posted feedbacks on the company website. Online marketing provides 24×7 services is the major plus point of e-marketing. This paper examines how online marketing overcome the limitations of traditional marketing and study the challenges exist in India relating to Online Marketing.||Lavisha Verma|
|10||A Comprehensive Analysis of Stimulants and Success Factors to Women’s Entrepreneurial OrientationAbstract – In this day and age, women in India have surpassed a variety of hindrances than at any time since, the independence of our country Women entrepreneurs are turning out to be conspicuous executors in the capitalist environment. In this competitive scenario, women in India have surpassed a variety of hindrances both social as well as economic those were prevalent since the independence of our country. This can be judged from the fact that women in the male dominant world, have embarked to feel more confident about their competencies, breaking new paths; they have managed to build up their own identities, enjoying credibility with their customers and suppliers as they have been able to carve out their own niche in this highly competitive era.
Consequently, gone are the days when it was considered that this is a male dominated world. They have demonstrated that they are not by any means inferior to males on parameters like hard work, IQ, leadership traits as well as strong determination. Their hard work, fire to win and belief in themselves have enabled them to remove all roadblocks on their success expressways and accomplishing the target of dismantling the “WE CAN’T DO LABEL”. Thareja &Kumar, (2014)
In this paper an attempt has been made to identify stimulants and success factors from the existing research literature that motivate women entrepreneurs for undertaking entrepreneurial engagement, that have put such women entrepreneurs on a different footing than their male counterparts.
|Dr. Shiba C. Panda|
|11||Laadli Yojana in Delhi: A Critical Appraisal of Public Policy and PlanningAbstract – A public policy is a deliberate and carefully studied decision that provides guidance for addressing selected public concerns. Policies reflect the long term objectives, devolution of decision making power to where potential contributions are greatest. Laadli yojana is an initiative to reduce discriminatory child sex ratio. The main objective of the study is to assess the level of awareness that people have regarding policies and to evaluate their functioning whether they have generated the desired results or not. The paper traces the broader perspective that people having regarding public policies.||Prerna Siwach|
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