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Revolution of E-Commerce: During COVID-19

Title: Revolution of E-Commerce: During COVID-19 Author: Srushti Kiran Badwaik Expand the utilisation of e-commerce WHO’s call for social distancing as a precaution to prevent the spread of covid-19.Initially only started by educational institutions that carry out all teaching and learning activities at home. With the implementation of the large-scale social restrictions policy, almost all activities must be carried out from home, including work. Doing all the activities from home does not mean that it inhibits people from meeting their basic needs. By utilizing e-commerce and mobile commerce, people start shopping online. Almost all the necessities of life began to Read More
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Impacts of Covid-19

Title: Impacts of Covid-19 Author: Lakshmi Vijayan_MBA HR_10007 Impact on economy 1. The Economic Impact Of Covid-19 Pandemic At The Beginning Of 2020 Towards the end of 2019, several people in the Wuhan region (China) showed symptoms of pneumonia of unknown origin. The cause was later discovered in the form of a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) highly contagious and, in some cases, even lethal. Thus, the 11 million Wuhan citizens are put in total quarantine for two months. The number of infections is growing exponentially, reaching a total of 10.1 million cases and more than 500,000 deaths worldwide at the end Read More
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Green tea

Green Tea Author – Mahek Lakhyani Roll no. – MBA_FIN_10005 INTRODUCTION Camellia sinensis L. is popularly known as green tea, and is one of the most consumed beverages in the world. There are many primary metabolites, such as organic acids, amino acids, and carbohydrates, present at different concentrations in the tea leaves. In addition, secondary metabolites, which include alkaloids and polyphenols, are also present that influence many biological and pharmacological activities, such as anti-microbial, anti-tumor, and anti-oxidative properties. In addition, the quality of the tea leaves is determined by these metabolites, which are influenced by different factors such as species Read More
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MANAGING INNOVATION IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP Siddhi Shirke Risk Management Practices and Firm. The numerous studies have tested the direct relationship between Enterprises Risk Management (ERM) and firms’ performance in both developed and emerging economies. However, how ERM practices contribute to the financial, nonfinancial and environmental performance of financial institutions has been rarely discussed. In particular, the mediating role of BMI between ERM and firms’ performance has mostly remained unanswered. The present study thus considered the mediating role of Business Model Innovation (BMI) between ERM practices and an enterprise’s environmental, financial and nonfinancial performance in an emerging market. (Jordan 2021) Innovations in Read More
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China The first human transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, the virus responsible for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), was reported to occur in Wuhan, China on November 17, 2019. On March 11, 2020, following identification of 118,000 Covid-19 cases in 114 countries responsible for nearly 4300 deaths, the World Health Organization recognized Covid-19 as a pandemic. Other countries In some European, North American, and South East Asian countries and territories, the first wave of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic was showing a decline in late June 2020 when it was raging in other parts of the world, particularly Read More
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Negative impacts of Corona Virus

Negative Impacts of Corona Virus in India Author: Yukta Mehta 1. History of corona Virus In December 2019, COVID-19 was first identified in Wuhan, China, as a respiratory tract infection causing symptoms, such as fever, chills, dry cough, fatigue, and shortness of breath. This atypical viral pneumonia has disabled the world, causing catastrophic health and economic losses. COVID-19 was declared as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the end of January, according to the standards of International Health Regulations (2005) by the World Health Organization. On 30 January 2020, India reported the country’s first case of COVID-19 in Read More
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Topic: Cyber Crime Name: Mansi Singh Detection of cyber-attacks The paper proposes a method for improving the accuracy of early detection of cyberattack with a small impact, in which the mathematical expectation is a fraction of the total, and the pulse repetition period is quite long. Early detection of attacks against telecommunication networks is based on traffic analysis using extreme filtering. The algorithm of fuzzy logic for deciding on the results of extreme filtering is suggested. The results of an experimental evaluation of the proposed method are presented. They demonstrate that the method is sensitive even with minor effects. In Read More
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Digital currency

Digital currency Author – Ruchita Bendugade (MMS10002) 1. Future digital money New digitalized entrants into payment services and financial intermediation are also reshaping the monetary-financial landscape. Central banks properly addressed the rise of private digital currencies such as Bitcoin with just a study approach, since they do not pose any risk to the current monetary-financial system. To capture their creation and destruction processes through sectoral balance sheet dynamics; and to identify the inherent risks to the current monetary-financial system, also known as the fractional reserve banking system. These risks, which stem from sudden shifts in money demand and supply, are Read More
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India Deforestation

India deforestation Author- Jagruti Rathod 1.Global carbon budget Friedlingstein &, (2021) state that Accurate assessment of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions and their redistribution among the atmosphere, ocean, and terrestrial biosphere in a changing climate the “global carbon budget” is important to better understand the global carbon cycle, support the development of climate policies, and project future climate change. Based on energy statistics and cement production data, while emissions from land-use change, mainly deforestation, atmosphere concentration is measured directly and its growth rate is computed from the annual changes in concentration. The ocean sink and terrestrial sink are estimated with Read More
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Topic: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Name: Sonal R. Gupta Consequences of COVID-19 On Domestic Violence COVID‐19 has been declared a global pandemic. As we all know recent weeks to tackle it have seen people’s day‐to‐day life drastically altered. These changes are essential to beat coronavirus and protect health systems. However, there are unintended, negative consequences. As the virus continues to spread across the world, it brings with it multiple new stresses, including physical and psychological health risks, isolation and loneliness, the closure of many schools and businesses, economic vulnerability, and job losses. Through all of that, children are particularly vulnerable to the Read More
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