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|1||Demonetization: Impact of the Monetary ShockAbstract – The paper gives a bird eye view on the move of demonetization in India taken by central government on 8th November, 2016. The purpose of the paper is to study the objectives and immediate consequences of the scheme on economic environment of the country.||Kanika Talwar|
|2||‘Six Sigma’: The Essence of Modern Manufacturing and Service MNCSAbstract – Today, Quality control is just as important in the service sector as it is in the manufacturing industry. Quality control measures can be used effectively in the service sector by applying the lessons learned in manufacturing industries. Six-sigma is a quality control approach that can and should be applied to all interaction: with customers, vendors, other employees, between management and departments etc. Six-sigma is more than a quality control program for reorganizing the entire approach to work in every respect; productivity, communication, involvement at every level and external service. Sixima im mean a meare of ait tat trive for near erfection i-sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects (driving towards six standard deviations between the mean and the nearest specification limit) in processes which are Critical to Quality — from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.||Mr. Sharad Choudhary et al.|
|3||The Eight ‘P’ of Marketing MixAbstract – The paper assesses the current standing of the 4Ps Marketing Mix framework as the dominant marketing management paradigm and identifies market developments, and understanding towards the elaboration from 4Ps to 7Ps by adding 3 more new to the clan. Further, the concept moves towards the next level of mix to identifying and explaining the Eight P as Performance.
What is Marketing, Marketing Mix, Key features of Marketing Mix, 4 P’s of Marketing Mix, 7 P’s of Marketing Mix, Evolution of Eighth P of the Marketing Mix and the Conclusion. KEYWORDS: Marketing, Marketing Mix, Performance (Productivity and Quality).
|4||Impact of E-Commerce on the SocietyAbstract – The introduction of e-Commerce over the past 15 to 20 years has had a major impact on society and the way business is done on a global scale. This has had many positive effects on both the business and on consumers. Additionally there are risks that have had a negative impact on both the customer and businesses. This report discusses the impact and risks associated with e-commerce to the society and the benefits to the society.||Ashutosh B. Mehta|
|5||Hunger in America: Scarcity in the Land of PlentifulAbstract – This research article aims to analyze the systemic patterns of hunger in the United States, especially in New York State as well. As well known, food insecurity is on the basic every day needs of all sources of life for stability, and survival. More than 1 million people are affected by the epidemic of hunger and leaves people living in poverty, and struggling to afford basic necessities such as rent, and medical care while trying to put food on their tables. The need for food security and the solution to solving its problems for the many difficulties can be remunerated by political advocacy and educational awareness for lower income households. In a land of plenty, hunger plagues the lives of families, adults and children. Hunger displays the need for basic sustenance that assist people in ways to improve their lives.||Jonathan Santiago et al.|
|6||Women Employment Situation in India: Economic Discriminatory AspectsAbstract – The illustration of Indian Labour Market from the gender perspective is crucial to understand the importance and role of labour in the Indian economy. The different parameters (like labour force growth rate, work force growth rate, employment growth rate, unemployment growth rate and so on) that have been used in the various NSSO report to assess Indian labour market reveal significantly different result from a gender point of view. For instance employment growth rate and labour force growth rate of females are lower to that of males. The present work tries to find out the reasons behind the declining female labour force participation rate (FLFPR). The results suggests that the main reasons that have been pointed out for low participation of women in the labour force are that wage rates of women are lower to that of men in many occupations and women are denied of many occupations though they are capable of doing the work as well as men.||Reena Baliyan|
|7||Digital Detox in IndiaAbstract – r mrhe’s re he irs hi e see i he mri he ls hi e he ere i to bed. We are no longer managing technology instead technology is managing us. In fact, Smartphone addiction now has a clinical name Nomo phobia the fear of being without or away from a mobile phone. Tech addiction has become a global problem and is making a nomophobe of us all. If someone 7 days a week connected to his Smartphone and laptop. Then he felt physically burnt out, fatigued, stressed, He will losing sleep, forgetting things, unable to manage my work and highly unmotivated, If he adding, Gradually reducing the amount of time on his tech devices made a huge difference and he began to work really hard at it. Everyone knows that they are addicted to some extent but most don’t know that the amount they spend on their technology is doing a lot of harms. Their webpage goes to mention: We know that living in the modern world means that you can’t simply live without technology so we opt for a healthy approach to living with it. Across the country, people re reelli is he hl mrhe’s es he e heir lies mi se d their use of free time. It’s called a digital detox, and it’s being recommended by technology deaddiction and counseling clinics such as the one set up by Nimhans (the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences) in Bangalore in April 2014.||Dr. Narendra kumar Pathak|
|8||Changing status of Women in IndiaAbstract – The journey of socio-economic upliftment of women in Indian society can be traced back to the PreMughal period. The society has witnessed a number of ups and downs as far as status of women in the society is concerned. While the condion of women in the society was far better in the pre-mughal period, it continued to decline during the mughal period and the British period. Some improvement was observed in the post Independence period. The labour Force Participation Rate of women was low and continues to remain so. The government has introduced a number of schemes for the socio-economic upliftment of the women. Despite a number of employment generation programmes for women, their participation in the total labour force continues to be low. The entire society is still being dominated by the males||Dr. Shivani Srivastava|
|9||Management of Development Projects: Constraints and ChallengesAbstract – Development organizations cannot be successful unless they implement a project management methodology that is applicable to their projects. There are many ways to execute a project, most of which provide for a less than an optimum solution. Only when using a standard methodology of processes and techniques, organizations can coordinate resources to achieve predictable results. However, project management is not an exact science, and is not a 100% guarantee for project completion. Since project involves people, there are always complexity and uncertainty that cannot be absolutely controlled.||Dr. Bhanu Shankar|
|11||Recent Initiatives in Curriculum Design and DevelopmentAbstract – The term curriculum refers to the lessons and academic content taught in a school or in a specific course or program. Curriculum is also defined as the knowledge and skills students are expected to learn, which includes the learning standards or learning objectives they are expected to meet; the units and lessons that teachers teach; the assignments and projects given to students; the books, materials, videos, presentations, and readings used in a course; and the tests, assessments, and other methods used to evaluate student learning. In many cases, teachers develop their own curricula, often refining and improving them over years, although it is also common for teachers to adapt lessons and syllabi created by other teachers. It is important to note that while curriculum encompasses a wide variety of potential educational and instructional practices, educators often have a very precise, technical meaning in mind when they use the term for learning acquisition and classroom management. The design and goals of any curriculum reflect the educational philosophy and related strategies such as community – based learning and authentic learning. Curriculum also comprises of planned and unplanned concept, content, skills, work habits and a variety of school activities in and out of class that influence present and future academic, social, emotional and physical growth of students. It is a comprehensive plan for an educational programme, designed to offer new ideas & information to fulfil the needs of a dynamic society.||Dr. Chandana Dey|
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