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|1||Goods and Sales Tax (GST): Concepts and Implication in IndiaAbstract – The aim of this paper is to give a detailed description of the reforms that have taken place in indirect tax and it is known as Goods and Services Tax (GST). GST is a transformational tax reform and all the existing indirect taxes being currently levied by Central and State Governments will be subsumed. GST can be termed as “One Tax, One Nation and One Market”. India’s GST is complicated and very different from the global variety. A multi-tier tax rate structure and complex rules make execution of this mammoth indirect tax a herculean task. Unlike other nations, goods and services in India will be charged at different rates depending on the categories they belong to. GST will eliminate cascading effect of taxes and significantly reduces the transaction cost.||Anil Kumar|
|2||Gender, Social Justice, and Leadership in a Changing WorldAbstract – One of the most urgent needs in today’s world is for the practice of justice. Justice is the center of God’s purpose for life because it is closely related to worshiping the living God. Women around the word are fighting for equality and justice against issues that are affecting them such as affirmative action, breaking the glass ceiling, gender based violence, forced marriages, access to education and other opportunities, ability to be included in key decision – making and negotiating areas, female genital mutilation or FGM, salary negotiations based on qualifications and equal work and other issues such as their role in the home and the general perspectives of what a woman should be and how they should behave in social or cultural settings. The purpose of this paper is to discuss: (1) women and the struggle for social justice (2) moral and ethical perspectives on social justice regarding women, and (3) different international instruments that are available globally to assist women in their fight for social justice. In the book the Justice Project by McLaren, Padilla, Seeber, 2009, one of the central themes of the Bible is justice. Justice is the center of God’s purpose for life because it is closely related to worshiping the living God. The main words for justice in Hebrew is Mishpat and Sadiqah and in Greek Dikaiosune and Krisis which occurs several hundred times in the Bible. This is significant to the action that God is a God of justice. He takes the side of the weak and those in need. God’s justice is a corrective, remedial, and restorative justice. One of the most urgent needs in today’s world is for the practice of justice. Women around the war are fighting for equality and justice against issues that are affecting them such as affirmative action, breaking the glass ceiling, gender based violence, forced marriages, access to education and other opportunities, ability to be included in key decision – making and negotiating areas, female genital mutilation or FGM, salary based on qualifications and equal work and other issues such as their role in the home and the general perspectives of what a woman should be and how they should behave in social or cultural settings. This paper discusses women and their social justice, moral and ethical perspectives on social justice regarding women, and the different international instruments that is available globally to assist women in their fight for social justice. In biblical times, depending on the station in life a woman occupied, whether she was single or married, childless or widowed, her social significance varied considerably; and this is reflected in the use of the words dealt with.” (Chakkuvarackal, 2004). Women’s role in the church is said to be as old as Christianity itself. New developments in recent years have made the issue of women’s fight for justice to be on the rise especially in women’s leadership. In congregational life, women are claiming new roles. Patriarchal habits are still being challenged. Women, expand their understanding of the human community, and even of God because women have experiences that lead them to understand God as community and to share an ethic that measures strength in terms of relationships (Zikmund, 1987). Many women are mostly known to have moral and ethical perspectives in their fight for social justice. Several authors such as Bentham, Kant have defined morality and ethical perspectives of what makes one happy and the duty and rights of how to achieve both in their earlier works.||Remi Alapo|
|3||Governance and Development Performance in Northern States of IndiaAbstract – A basic issue that arises in relation to governance is the proper role of government in economic management. The present study attempts to find how governance be conceptualised and in what way could the concept be given an operational meaning to examine the status of governance various constituents of governance and development and how various constituents of governance affect the various aspects of development. So, the objectives of the study are two-fold – first, to identify the relevant variables that indicate the level of governance and development in these states; and second, to examine the relationship between the state of governance and the position of development. The results indicate that composite index of governance is quite significant and speaking in respect of development on the whole, health, literacy and infrastructure. But the relationship with growth is much lesser than these aspects. As a whole there is a strong positive relationship between governance and development in northern states of India.||Reena Baliyan|
|4||Impact of Demonetisation on Indian EconomyAbstract – Indian Demonetisation has impacted the economy remarkably and lots of repercussions were recorded, few sectors of the economy are hoping to get positive impact whereas few fear to get hard hit. On 8th November, 2016 our Hon. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, announced demonetisation decision. Sudden announcement of demonetisation has resulted in to insecurity and fear among peoples. There were huge crowds outside ATMs across the country as people lined up to withdraw currency of smaller denomination. Media- news channels and newspapers were projecting suffering of people as well as benefits of demonetisation. This research article therefore, is an attempt to find out ground reality and how demonetisation had impacted the different sectors of Indian Economy.||Alka Chaudhary|
|5||Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)-Mandatory and its Implication on Indian CompaniesAbstract – Corporate Social Responsibility in simple term is the companies responsibility towards the society in which it operates i.e. is giving back to society. Corporate Social Responsibility does not have a specific delimitation. CSR has three dimensions: social, environmental and economic. CSR takes into account every stakeholder related to business directly or indirectly.CSR is mostly confused with Corporate Responsibility, Corporate sustainability, Business Ethics. Corporate Social Responsibility is making Business Decisions while keeping in mind its impact on environment and society in which it operates. Corporate Social Responsibility is integration of corporate self- regulation with the Business. Corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. Before 2013, CSR is the voluntary activity of Businesses But the amendment in the Companies Act , 1956, brings dimensional change in CSR concept. By Mandating CSR, India becomes the first Country in the world to legislate it. The new companies Act, 2013 made Corporate Social Responsibility mandatory for Every company having Net worth of Rs. 500 crore or more, or Turnover of Rs. 1000 Crore or more, or Net profit Rs. 5 Crore or more during any Financial year. The company fulfilling any of the above criteria have to spend in every financial year at least two per cent of the average net profits ofthe company made during the three immediately preceding financial years.||Lavisha Verma|
|6||Reading a Crooked MindAbstract – Terrorism is a buzz word of our times. With the coming and now the prevalence of these global phenomena researchers, policy makers, anti-terror groups and the common people, all are willing to get an answer to hat maes smene be a RRRI In the ae of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, policymakers, scholars, and ordinary citizens asked a key question: What would make people willing to give up their lives to wreak mass destruction in a foreign land? In short, what makes a terrorist? The hypothesis to this question are innumerable, but none is more convincing than the others due to the lack of primary information, hethe in the m intevies teists themselves or a close study of their recruitment process etc. This question gains pertinence in my view, also for the reason that it would be a major lead to shape the contours of the counter-terrorism efforts of the various states. Otherwise what we have been observing for a while now , the states with the faceless enemy, gets into indiscrimate use of violence, giving rise to a vicious cycle of a mutual war. nthe pblem ith sch a a n te’ is that the venment becmes a hatel iced athit in the eyes of its own people( for example the US war on terror in Afghanistan made its people go in rebel against the state decision). To put it precisely, unless we understand what drives these people, we’ll have no hope of stopping the menace.||Divya Jha|
|7||Integrated Child Development Scheme in Delhi: An Evaluation of Social Welfare Schemes and PlanningAbstract – Social welfare since the inception of public policy has been a major tool planning process. Integrated child development scheme is one such initiative in this direction to elevate the status of women and children from vulnerability. ICDS aims at providing a holistic development for the children from an early age as their survival, education, health care, development and nutritional security is a matter of national concern. This paper provides a detailed evaluation of ICDS scheme, its assessment , merits and demerits and how can it be made more efficient.||Prerna Siwach|
|8||Creativity of Higher Secondary Students with Regard to Nature of SchoolAbstract – Present study was undertaken to examine the level of creativity and creativity among boys’, girls’ and coeducation school higher secondary students. For that purpose, 299 higher secondary students were selected randomly from ten different schools of Tirunelveli district out of which 36 were taken from boys’ schools, 35 were taken from girls’ schools and the remaining 228 were taken from co-education schools. Creativity questionnaire by Geoffrey Petty for higher secondary students was used to examine the level of creativity among the higher secondary students. The result of descriptive analysis revealed that 69.4% of boys’ school higher secondary students have high level of creativity. The result of inferential analysis (ANOVA) revealed that there is significant difference in creativity of higher secondary students with regard to nature of school. From the result of Scheffe test and mean differences, it was also found that the boys’ school higher secondary students have more creativity than the girls’ school and co-education school higher secondary students.||Dr. N. Subramanian|
|9||Empowering Women for Sustainable DevelopmentAbstract – This paper attempts to analyze the level of women’s empowerment in India and highlights the issues and challenges of women empowerment. Although, empowerment of women, today has become one of the most important concerns of 21 century, but reality on the ground is far more different. We shall observe that how in our day to day life women’s are being victimized. This study reveals that women of India are relatively disempowered than that of men despite of numerous efforts undertaken by government. And paper shall prove that access to education and change in social structure are the vital factors if women empowerment is to be realized.||Dr. Shashi Singh|
|10||Growing Hospitality Industry and the Challenges before It: A GlimpseAbstract – By the remarkably character of tourism as a service industry its proficient management and successful operation depend largely on the quality of manpower. In India, the shortage of skilled manpower poses a major threat to the overall development of tourism. In particular, the rapid expansion of the hotels of international standards, and India emerging as the best tourist destination in Asian sub continent the demand for skilled and experienced staff has increased manifold. The type of the typical decisions in service industry and that too with hotel industry is continually expanding. For their business to remain competitive, managers must be skilful in many diverse areas. Tourism statistics reveals that it is on a robust growth path. This growth need to be serviced by a substantial increase in professional manpower for good hotels and restaurants. The availability of skilled and trained manpower is a crucial element in the successful long term development and sustainability of a tourist destination. Skilled and trained human resource will ensure the delivery of efficient, high quality service to visitors, which is a direct and visible element of a successful tourism product. High standards of service growth, since success as a tourist destination are the range of attractions available, but also by the qualified human capital. This paper elaborates the issues and constrains relating to crunches of manpower in hospitality industry and also suggests the recommendations to fill the gap.||Dr. Bhanu Shankar|
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