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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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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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India Deforestation

India deforestation Author- Jagruti Rathod 1.Global carbon budget Friedlingstein & et.al, (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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Management

MANAGEMENT ADITHYA THANKACHAN 1) Talent Management Talent management (TM) is referred as a young and developing field and it is claimed to be require more contribution from the different industry and country perspectives. TM is considered an essential factor contributing the accomplishment of these goals and the successful implementation of corporate strategy. (Yildiz, R. Ö. et al, 2021). Talent management helps employees feel engaged, skilled, and motivated, allowing them to work in the direction of the company’s business goals. 2) Career Development (Baldigara, T.et al, 2021) emphasizes that Career development is essential for implementation of career plan. While career plan Read More
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ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTION

Subject: Business research methodology Author: Aishwarya Sunil Nashte ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTION 1. Has The sweet pepper value chain benefitted farmers? a case study in Pasuruan Regency, Indonesia Sweet pepper farmers in Indonesia produce such a potential amount that contributes to the need of export and domestic demands. The high potency of sweet pepper development can be supported by farmers in Pasuruan, East Java. However, they are still in a low level of welfare as they always get the lowest income in every agricultural commodity value chain activity. This study aimed to understand: 1) feasibility analysis by farmers, 2) actors involved Read More
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Impact on Mental health during Covid-19

Business Research Methodology Author- Bhagwati Sharma Impact on Mental health during Covid-19 COVID-19 and psychological distress The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly caused a lot of distress and resulted in severe mental issues. The study aimed to identify psycho-social factors that predicted distress among Indian population during the spread of novel Coronavirus. The survey was conducted considering the various factors to arrive at the best result. Evaluating a cut-off point of 3 for distress, the results showed that 53.86% of the people considered for analysis were under high distress. Within the socio-demographic factors, the respondents in the age group of 21–35 Read More
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Technology and its Impact on the World

Technology and its Impact on the World Author- Vaishnavi Toshniwal Google Education Huang, T., & et.al, (2021) states that the majority of kids were attentive to Google Classroom. Enhancing the fun and utility of Google Classroom will enhance students’ willingness to use it. When compared to the standard learning model of clinical pathology for undergraduate nursing students, blended learning Google Classroom combined with traditional learning was practical and had equal impacts on learner satisfaction and academic performances. The free Google Classroom learning management platform may be implemented into traditional teaching to provide alternate learning options for teachers and students. Extended Read More
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India’s Current Scenario

India’s Current Scenario Author – Ruchi Maheshwari India’s soft Power Khurshid, M., & Khawaja, (2021) states that Modi stormed to power in 2014 with a thumping Majority. Prior to Modi’s rise to power, India’s soft power image across the globe was her economic strength, democratic credentials, cultural expansion, promotion of yoga and secularism credentials. Modi’s mindset, approach and some of his actions and policy decisions have seriously shaken the very foundations of India’s soft image empire. Soft power arises from the attractiveness of a country’s culture, political ideals, and policies. Modi has removed the mascot of secular democratic India to 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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