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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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Covid19

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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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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Digital Money during Covid-19

Digital Money during Covid-19 Priyanka Patel Digital Currency: Viñuela, C. et al.(2020) – The world is entering in a new monetary stage. For almost 200 years central banks have provided cash as a credit-risk-free means of payment, but now is significantly declining in a few countries and at a not too long period of time we might face cashless societies soon. New digitalized enters or takes part into payment services and financial intermediation are also redesigned 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 Read More
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How Indian Stock Market has reacted to the unprecedented Covid-19

How Indian Stock Market has reacted to the unprecedented Covid-19 Author: Ms. Bhakti A Papnoi Global market’s reaction to the global pandemic The world’s most recent unannounced pandemic – Covid 19 has created financial crisis all around the globe. COVID-19 was first detected on November 17, 2019. From that day onward, the situation has been deteriorating. The GDP loss of the world is estimated to be up to 5.9%. Forecast losses and uncertain futures translate into low expected cash flows, rising real and perceived risks, and, as a result, falling stock prices. Khanthavit, A. (2020). Covid -19 Impact on Top Read More
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Indian economy

Subject: – Business research methodology Author – Dhanashree pawar Indian Economy 1. Indian economy after independence Indian economy went through severe change after the independence in 1947, India has achieved tremendous progress in raising growth, income levels and standards of living. The gross domestic product (GDP) increased from Rs 2,939 billion during 1950-51 to Rs 56,330 billion during 2011-12. Mechanism of a mixed economy where both public and private sectors co-exist. The Industrial Policy Resolution of 1948 proposed a mixed economy. India’s forex reserves now the world’s fifth-largest. India initiated planning for national economic development with the establishment of the Read More
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Why do startups fail? – Things to know for a startup

Why do startups fail? – Things to know for a startup By Miss. Isha Dhaktode. Entrepreneurial Education is Helpful for Entrepreneurial Thinking and Acting Students enrolled in universities can gain knowledge in entrepreneurship courses; those who have ideas are supported and offered consulting and coaching services; there are plenty of opportunities for networking; and a variety of financing options are available for spin-offs. However, there is a blind spot. There is no systematic entrepreneurship education in vocational education and training at upper secondary level. Entrepreneurship education with a strong focus on sustainability combines professional, interdisciplinary, and general education knowledge and Read More
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Covid -19

Title: COVID-19 Author: Ragini R. Singh 1 CORONAVIRUS Disease Fidahic, et all (2020) On December 31, 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) of China Country Office was informed by the Chinese authorities of a series of pneumonia cases with unknown cause in Wuhan, Hubei, China, with clinical presentations that greatly resembled viral pneumonia. The Chinese authorities have isolated a causal agent on 7th January 2020, which was identified as a new type of coronavirus (novel coronavirus, nCoV) titled “severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2” (SARS-CoV-2) and the disease it causes “coronavirus disease” (COVID-19). 2 INFECTIOUS DISEASE Rethlefsen, et all (2013) Read More
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Connecting Technology and Innovation

Title: Connecting Technology and Innovation Author: Renuka Patil MBA_FIN_10006 Agribusiness: Agriculture is inevitably related to climate change and has every impact on humans, food and agriculture sector. The issue of climate uncertainty gives rise to unavailability of food and raw materials. To overcome this challenge MSME can look upon various strategies to run their business in an increasingly global and digital economy. MSME can gain a competitive advantage by expanding the role of information technology. The level of e-business adoption process has eight type of services one of which they can promote and innovate their business through digital social media Read More
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Case Study of James Dyson vs Hoover -M2020

Case Study of James Dyson vs Hoover James Dyson is the founder of Dyson Limited which design and manufacture home appliances and Hoover is also company which manufacture home appliance Dyson Limited was successful because of the use of bagless vacuum clear which uses two cyclones . In one, small particles are removed, while in the other, larger items are collected. Apparently, bitter rival Hoover has stolen this patented technology. Before Dyson, no one in the field had ever considered selling bagless vacuum cleaners. Alberto Bertali, director of Hoover European Appliance Group, says the Triple Vortex recirculates dusty air between Read More
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