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Case Study on Amazon vs Future Retail

Overview. Amazon is an online technology company with headquarters in the United States that focuses on artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and digital streaming. It has been called “one of the most significant economic and cultural forces in the globe”. Future Retail runs some of the most well-known retail chains in India. These stores inspire trust by providing consumers with cutting-edge services, high-quality goods at competitive prices, and helpful advice. There are 1,800 retail locations operated by Future Retail in more than 400 Indian cities and villages. Similar to how a combination with Future Retail would have helped Reliance solidify its Read More
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Impact of CSR on Businesses

Author : Misbah Pathan The objective of the study: The objective of this research is to understand the various positive and negative impacts of CSR on business firms. Introduction The term CSR was coined by Bowen in 1953 which he described as “the set of moral and personal obligations that the employer must follow considering the exercise of policy decisions or courses of action in terms of objectives and values desired by society. A detailed classification is provided which suggests the following groups, the government, environmental organizations, NGO professionals’ critics or experts, and others in general the citizen locals, or Read More
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Unhygienic and Unhealthy food of canteen

Title- Canteen Problem Subtitle- Unhygienic and unhealthy food of canteen Authors- Bhavika Dogra, Himani Jaiswal & Anjali Singh Introduction- Canteen plays an important role in the daily nutrition of many people, including students. The university canteen should propose menus that promote healthy diet, but at the same time not limiting their food choices, including new trends in nutrition. The consequences of poor food hygiene can seriously affect the health of those who consume food, including severe food poisoning. Objective- To understand underlying phenomenon of Unhygienic and unhealthy food of canteen Literature Review- 1) The aim of the study was to Read More
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Work from Home During COVID -19

Topic Name- Work from Home During COVID -19 Submitted By: Himani Jaiswal (MBA) Finance First Year Objectives- To Study the impact of working from home during COVID-19 Introduction (SM) Brynjolfsson et al During the COVID pandemic, many companies, schools, and public organizations all around the world asked their employees to start working from home or “smart working” This has and will have a serious impact on both employees and employers, which still needs to be clarified and investigated. Before the COVID crisis, compared to the figures we have today, the number of SM employees was much smaller. In Italy for Read More
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Child abuse during covid-19

Topic name- CHILD ABUSE DURING THE COVID-19 Submitted by: BHAVIKA DOGRA MBA Finance 1st year OBJECTIVE- To study the increasing risk of violence against children during the Covid-19 pandemic. INTRODUCTION- Pereda, N., & Díaz-Faes et al The situation of crisis produced by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic poses major challenges to societies all over the world. While efforts to contain the virus are vital to protect global health, these same efforts are exposing children and adolescents to an increased risk of family violence. Various criminological theories explain the causes of this new danger. The social isolation required by the measures taken Read More
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Online classes during the phase of Covid-19

Topic name- Online classes during the phase of Covid-19 Submitted by :- Anjali Singh (MBA) Finance 1st year Objective – To analyze issue and challenges faced by students in online classes during the phase of Covid-19 pandemic Introduction- Alireza, M. H., et al The end of 2019 to 2020, the world was troubled by the Covid-19 Pandemic, which changed all areas of life. Due to this outbreak, the education system is beholding an extraordinary double-shock temporary school closures  since March 2020, in order to prevent the spread of the virus and disclosing the fragility of education systems worldwide . The learning process, Read More
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Outbreak of Covid 19

Topic Name : Outbreak of Covid -19 Name : Ashtadha S. Borkar F.Y MBA HRM Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies 1. Introduction – Collins, O. C., & Duffy, K. J. (2020) et al In the late December 2019 , an outbreak of a mysterious pneumonia detected in Wuhan ,China and later identified as Covid- 19 a disease caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2 (WHO, 2020b). It was associated with exposures to an animal source but it also became clear that the virus spreads between humans. Globally , Covid – 19 resulted in exponential growth in cases and death from January Read More
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Research paper on Brain Drain by Shreya Jaiswal

BRAIN DRAIN- Human Capital Flight By-Shreya Y. Jaiswal Introduction: Human capital flight refers to the emigration or immigration of individuals who have received advanced training at home. The net benefits of human capital flight for the receiving country are sometimes referred to as a “brain gain” whereas the net costs for the sending country are sometimes referred to as a “brain drain”. In occupations with a surplus of graduates, immigration of foreign-trained professionals can aggravate the underemployment of domestic graduates, whereas emigration from an area with a surplus of trained people leads to better opportunities for those remaining. But emigration Read More
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Research paper on Brain Drain (JDBIMS)

BRAIN DRAIN- Human Capital Flight By-Shreya Y. Jaiswal Introduction: Human capital flight refers to the emigration or immigration of individuals who have received advanced training at home. The net benefits of human capital flight for the receiving country are sometimes referred to as a “brain gain” whereas the net costs for the sending country are sometimes referred to as a “brain drain”. In occupations with a surplus of graduates, immigration of foreign-trained professionals can aggravate the underemployment of domestic graduates, whereas emigration from an area with a surplus of trained people leads to better opportunities for those remaining. But emigration Read More
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EFFICIENCY OF ONLINE EDUCATION

RESEARCHERS: Sayantika Jana (80012100241) Srestha Datta (80012100438) Saloni Choudhary (80012100226) Nandni Handa (80012100041) EFFICIENCY OF ONLINE EDUCATION Introduction – Ever since the outbreak of the worldwide pandemic Coronavirus, everything has gone online. Through the research we are aiming to conclude whether online learning is preferable to offline learning as the most schools and colleges converted to online learning during this pandemic. Objective – This research was conducted in order to understand the effectiveness of virtual mode of teaching. The questions asked to the respondents were specific to the scope of peer-to-peer learning in online scenario. Research Topic: Effectivity of online Read More
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