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Impact on Physical Appearance through social media

1) Title: Effect of social media on self-esteem or personality of young adults 2) Sub title: • Impact on Physical Appearance through social media • Distortion of reality due to unrealistic expectation. • Obsession for likes and development of narcissistic personality. 3) Authors: • Namira Vasta • Komal Patil • Samruddhi Raul 4) Introduction: Social media have become a prominent part of life for many young people today. Social networking sites provide a platform for discussion on hot issues that have been overlooked in a day to day basis. The use of information technology in social media has increased its Read More
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No change in our old education system

Title: No change in our old education system Subtitle: Rote learning Authors : Shweta Jadhav ,Komal Jadhav ,Saniya mirza Introduction: Education is information-based rather than knowledge based. The whole focus is on cramming information rather than understanding it and analyzing it. When rote learning is applied as the main focus of learning,it is not considered higher-level thought or critical thinking in today’s world Objective: To understand the problems of rote learning methods Literature Review: Consequence of rote learning : Education is information based rather than knowledge based. The whole focus is on cramming information rather than understanding it and analyzing Read More
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Electronic Banking Services

Topic Name: Electronic Banking Service Submitted by: Lakshmi Suresh Chalwadi (MMS) First year Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Santacruz Introduction: Electronic banking is a form of banking in which funds are transferred through an exchange of electronic signals. E- banking includes various transaction services such as internet banking, mobile banking, telebanking etc. Electronic banking services are a range of banking and other services or facilities that use electronic equipment. Objective: To Study underlying phenomena of Electronic Banking Services. Role of Electronic payments Awwad et al (2021) identified the exploration of electronic payments play a great role in enhancing the Read More
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SOCIAL MEDIA DURING COVID – 19

TOPIC: SOCIAL MEDIA DURING COVID – 19 PRIYA THAKRE MBA (Finance) INTRODUCTION: Social media is fundamentally changing the way people communicate, consume and collaborate. It provides companies a new platform to interact with their customers. In academia, there is a surge in research efforts on understanding its effects. This paper aims to provide a review of current status of social media research. We discuss the specific domains in which the impacts of social media have been examined. A brief review of applicable research methodologies and approaches is also provided. OBJECTIVES: A social media is an online platform which people use Read More
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Human Resource Manager and Managing People

Introduction: Managers’ strong commitment to safety is a key element of successful safety management, culture and climate. Supervisors and Managers have a critical role in providing care, compassion, and support to your staff and identifying when someone may need additional psychological help, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic when employees are under additional stress. Objective: To study the underlying phenomena of the human resource manager. Managing people is hard at difficult times The first objective of this study was to pinpoint and systematize the changes in HR. At the time, the deep lack of knowledge about this virus, combined with the Read More
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Family mental health

Family mental health Author – komal jadhav INTRODUCTION: The newly identified human infection caused by the new coronavirus, the SARS-CoV-2, is spreading rapidly across the globe, posing a significant threat to the health of the population and creating a significant challenge for health systems. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) affected virtually all countries.The history of this pandemic has experienced unparalleled changes in recent world history. Adolescents may feel frustrated with events and encounters that they have not experienced or at least postponed. Problems such as worsening school performance, increased agitation, aggression, and regression may arise or become more pronounced Objective Read More
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Foreign Direct Investment

Topic Name : Foreign Direct Investment Submitted by : Komal Manoj Patil MBA Finance ( JDBIMS ) Introduction : Foreign direct investment (FDI) is the process whereby residents of one country acquire ownership of assets in another country for the purpose of controlling the production, distribution and other activities of a firm in that country. In the global economy, different countries pay a great deal of attention to foreign direct investment, as these investments play a key role in economic development. Among the main advantages of FDI can be mentioned technology transfer, promotion of competition in the country, creation of Read More
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How world moving toword cashless society

Topic Name: How World moving towards Cashless society Presented By Pooja Rajput (1st yr MMS) JDBIMS Abstract: A cashless society describes an economic state whereby financial transactions are not conducted with money in the form of physical banknotes or coins, but rather through the transfer of digital information between the transacting parties. Cashless societies have existed from the time when human society came into existence, based on barter and other methods of exchange, and cashless transactions have also become possible in modern times using credit cards, debit cards, mobile payments, and digital currencies such as bitcoin. However this article discusses Read More
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effects of covid-19

Topic Name: Effects of Covid-19 Submitted by: Monalika Nilkanth Donekar. (MMS) First Year, (JDBIMS). Introduction: During the Spring Festival of 2020, the epidemic of COVID-19 broke out in Wuhan, Hubei Province, and spread rapidly to the whole country. All cities have taken strict traffic control measures, such as blockading cities, closing down high-speed, civil aviation and railways, restrictions on travel, strict home and other policies, resulting in the city’s external traffic disruption, enterprise shutdown, etc. This not only brings challenges to urban management, but also has a profound impact on the daily life of urban residents The strictest and most Read More
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