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The learner always begins by finding fault, but the scholar sees the positive merit in everything.

DECEMBER 2021



  • In today’s modern era, individuals are seemed to be lonely. Online game attracts the individual and affects the health mentally and physically. Despite many problems, individual still continue with playing games. An individual become highly enthusiastic about gaming. Being a kid or an adult, every one is addicted towards online games. This paper have explored individuals need for online interaction and factors influencing addiction of online game. Survey was conducted through a questionnaire filled up by 98 responses using Statistical tools.

  • The pharmaceutical industry has been on the rise since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in India, the largest producer of generic drugs globally. With a market size of $55 billion during the beginning of 2020, it has been surging in India, exporting Hydroxychloroquine to the world, esp. to the US, UK, Canada, and the Middle-East. The objective of the study was to identify the movement before and after of Janata curfew with selected 10 pharma company stock movement. This research work is focusing on Indian pharmaceutical industries & top 10 stocks return during the pandemic covid-19. In this research the data has been collected through secondary basis, all the prices and returns of shares has been collected through www.nseindia.com. With the help of price & returns one can easily identify the situation of pharmaceutical industries in India. The main objectives of this project report is to specify how much (%) return the investors should gain in how many time period from pharmaceutical shares.

  • Consumer market for apparel has become more diverse by designer brands, store brands, personalization, advertising, and ethnicity in the global marketplace. Shifts in the cultural values, consumer preferences, and purchase intentions towards branded products is arguably the most critical issue faced by the marketing managers today. This study focuses to understand the consumer behavior towards branded clothing apparel in today’s increasingly competitive markets. The research study is descriptive because it aims to describe the value consumers attach to certain attributes in order to interpret clothing when making purchase decisions. The scope of this study is limited to studying Consumer buying Behaviour towards Branded Clothing Apparel in the state of Gujarat in the city of Jamnagar in India. Primary data has been collected through questionnaire by using non-probability convenient sampling method. Major findings include that Advertisement influences people to buy brands, Majority buy branded apparels when there are offers and that Age and consumer preference towards branded apparels are independent with each other

  • Learning a language does not only mean studying four skills of proficiency, but also understanding the system of rules underlying. Grammar teaching has always been a very debatable topic in the field of second language acquisition. Whether or not to teach grammar remains an unresolved issue. Students and learners need grammar integrated into communicative activities to reach both fluency and accuracy. In this respect, learners’ attitudes towards grammar are also crucial. The main objective of this study is to determine English language learners’ attitudes towards grammar and to analyze their attitudes. The data were collected from 300 students of G.H.G. D.D.N. college students through a questionnaire. The results show that the majority of the students in this study appreciated the value of grammar. This study suggests some implications for teachers and language teaching and learning in general.

  • The 200 or more years of the British rule in India has left Indians in a dilemma as far as language is concerned. India is already home to several regional languages and English only adds to the number. The people too are divided in their opinion about the language, on the one hand some think the vernacular should be encouraged and on the other some think that ignoring English will lead to lack of progress and advancement of the state. So, in this way, English attains an elevated position of being an indispensable part of a life that is looking for progress or for status. These two opinions have given rise to two sections of educational systems the Government and the Private. In India English has been taught as a second language and is treated more as a subject than as a language that is more expressive and versatile. Moreover, the translation method gives rise to many problems in syntax, pronunciation and vocabulary. The need for English today is felt more in the professional world where the English Learners are adults who lack confidence to speak, those who are not oriented to reading and writing in English and lack the art of learning, in such a case learning English becomes a very daunting task, yet one can see that the Indians are doing well in ESL.

  • Mental health of the students is very interesting topic throughout the world. The complete performance of the student depends on his mental health. There is no proven treatment to manage the Novel corona virus disease. As its spreading rate is increasing day by day, lockdown is the only option available to slowdown the rate of spreading the infection. The examinations were postponed due to the lockdown effect and in this situation many students were experiencing mental stress and there is a strong need to study their mental health status. There is need of psychiatrist, in this context to keep the mental balance of the students. The findings of the research also reveals that students preferred offline mode of teaching as compared to the online form, inspite of the fact that they enjoyed comfortable sessions from there comfort zone.

  • Purpose: Work Life Balance is a critical issue for an individual employee and as well for organization. The literature suggestsfive factors namely Demographic Factors (Age, Gender, Marital Status, and Family Size, Dependents at home, Support of Spouse and Spouse’s working arrangements.) Supportive Work Culture (Support from Superior, Support from Peers, Support from Subordinates and Years of Experience.) Working Conditions (working in shifts, Overtime and Work pressure.) Work Provisions and travelling distance from work that significantly affect the Work Life Balance of Professionals. This study aims to understand the impact of Demographic variables on balancing work and personal life of employees. Methodology: A sample of 100 banking professionals from saurashtra region has be covered for this research. . The primary data has been collected using structured questionnaire method. Findings: It was found that so there is an association the demographic factors like age, gender, marital status, experience, income and type of family and work life balance. It was also concluded that there is no association between the educational qualification of the respondents and the work life balance.

JUNE 2021



  • The adverse impact of COVID-19 Pandemic have been observed worldwide. All the sectors whether agriculture, industry or service sector have equally affected due to this COVID-19 pandemic. In this paper researcher have tried to assess the adverse impact of COVID-19 on MSME sector of India, as this sector is very much important and provides huge amount of employment opportunities in our country. At last researcher have also suggested number of strategies to counter this COVID-19 Pandemic.

  • In the modern era of digitalization, Networking & Wireless networks come in ICT (Information and Communication Technology), Wireless communication is open and insecure and it's very hard to keep our data confidential from intruders but this problem can be resolved by using strong cryptosystems. Cryptosystems are very useful to protect information. Cryptography plays an important role to provide different kinds of security to the user.

  • The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting the decision of buying mobile phone devices in Gujarat. Mobile phone has acquired utmost importance in recent time to that extent that almost everyone would have at least one phone. Even small children also would have one phone as they also must study in online classes due to Corona, Covid-19 pandemic situations. In such case, the findings may be used by marketers to design marketing strategy for mobile instrument. To accomplish the objectives of the study, a sample of 168 consumers were taken by using simple random sampling technique by online survey.

  • In today's world people are used to communicating using different social media platforms and with some digital mediums. They share their memories, events, views, thoughts, opinion and sentiments. In this paper we have reviewed different researches based on natural language processing to analyze sentiments and mental health. Natural language processing with machine learning techniques gives good results in identifying mental illness like depression, anxiety and sentiments through posts of users over micro blogging sites. This study has also found that improved Lexicon dictionaries, world embedding and stop word removal also needed while processing data for research.NLP and machine learning techniques like SVM, naive bayes, logical regression can automate sentiment and mental illness identification by analyzing social media communication of users.

  • Now days, Facebook is used more effectively and efficiently. Its platform has been highly used to explore and get inspired. Shopping through social media has highly increased. Influence of Facebook applications have been investigated and the activities influencing the consumer purchase intention have been focused. Insights of consumer’s notice of their peer activities on Facebook have been provided. Influence of Like, Share and Comment on purchase intention have been resulted through the survey of 120 Facebook users using Statistical tools. This paper also contributes a vigil to the marketers about the consumers purchase and suggests for the quality improvement.

  • A balanced diet is one that provides the body with all the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals needed to maintain cells, tissues and organs, as well as to work properly. A diet lacking in nutrients can lead to many different health problems ranging from tiredness and lack of energy to serious problems with function vital organs and lack of growth and development. Carbohydrates, fats and proteins provide energy. Protein is an energy supplier in an emergency but are mainly used as building blocks of growth and the repair of many body tissues. We also need a lot smaller amounts of other nutrients such as vitamins and minerals. Despite the small quantities required, these are essential for ensuring a healthy diet. The aim of the study is to know the awareness of balance diet and eating practices among students.

  • We are currently in the midst of a worldwide trial that has changed our lives beyond recognition. The pandemic of Corona Virus (COVID-19) has affected our country greatly. When the system is busy testing, preventing transmission, finding vaccines, putting the health and sanitization in order a great deal of mental wellbeing and psychological problems in adjusting to the current lifestyles and fear of the disease has not been attended to. This research aims at assessing the psychological impact of and life lessons learned from Pandemic COVID-19. Exploratory research design has been used for this study. Primary data has been conducted through questionnaire by taking a sample size of 200 by non-probability convenience sampling method. Findings reveal that demographic profile makes no impact on the psychology of respondents due to various reasons.

DECEMBER 2020



  • Twenty first century is the world of 'Internet'. We get connected to our buddies through internet. Social Networking Site has facilitated us to connect to a person sitting far away from us. Personal and professional information can be gained through such sites. These sites have become very common among individuals of all age. Today there are many sites that influence modern human living aspects. The paper focus on the impact of social networking sites on professionals. The study gives emphasis on the sites that is used by mostly by professionals. The study is descriptive in nature. Survey was conducted of 100 professionals in and around Jamnagar district. The sample size was limited to 100 mainly due to the paucity of cost and time. The data was collected through a structured questionnaire and face to face interview.

  • Increasing awareness on various environmental problems has led a shift in the way consumers live their life. They are concerned about the environment and are changing their behavioral pattern and thus, there has been a change in consumer approaches and preference. Majority of them feel that environmentfriendly products are safe to use. Efforts are being made to reduce the impact on the environment and to fight against ecological issues. As a result, green marketing has emerged, which aims at marketing sustainable and socially-responsible products and services. Organizations and business over the world have seen this change in consumer approaches and are trying to gain an edge in the competitive market by developing the prospects in the green market industry. This research paper highlights the concept of green marketing in the initial part. Then paper focuses on prominence of Green Marketing in the globalized era. Further it focuses on various trials and opportunities generated due to the advancement of the concept Green Marketing. Lastly it places interest in the Green Marketing practices fulfilled by the Indian companies.

  • The purpose of this paper is to understand and analyze the proposed Goods and Service Tax (GST) structure and make concerned people aware about it. The researcher has tried to minimize the complexity of this topic and attempted to present the topic in a way easy to understand and simplified. Also, so far no authoritative details about GST structure and implementation thereof have been issued by the Government. This paper is complied on the basis of information available from The Constitution 122nd Amendment Bill, 2014 passed by Lok Sabha and various draft reports issued by Expert Committee and Finance Commission

  • In current scenario, CSR has been gaining ground, revolving around the idea that what is good for the environment, the workers and the community is also good for the financial performance of the business. CSR is associated with the principles of sustainable development, according to which company should be obliged to make decisions based not only on financial / economic factors but also on the social, environmental and other consequences of their activities. Triple bottom line (TBL) considers the three parameters to gauge business performance that is- Economic, Environmental and Social factors. This paper studies CSR practices of Tata group using case method. The paper includes review of literature on CSR practices and then throws a light on various initiatives and business practices undertaken by the Tata group in relation to CSR.

  • Education is witnessing a sea change. The term teaching is to be replaced with learning. The shift from teacher being center of the classroom to the students being primary focus is the need of the hour. A variety of phrases have been coined to describe a critical shift in mission and purpose of higher education as Student Centered Learning which is juxtaposed as experiential learning, blended learning, collaborative learning, activity based learning, problem based learning, team based learning, active learning, etc. The shift from the teacher’s role as sage on the stage to the guide on the side. The shift from instruction and lecture delivery based teaching to learning environment where the mentor produce learning through student discovery and construction of knowledge is a prima facie in the current scenario.

  • Depreciation means diminution in the value of an asset due to wear and tear due to time. Depreciation is calculated annually based on the methods specified in the relevant statute. Companies Act prescribes two methods for calculating depreciation – Straight Line Method (SLM) and Written Down Value Method (WDV). Companies Act, 1956 specified rates of depreciation in Schedule XIV for SLM as well as WDV Method whereas Companies Act, 2013 specifies useful life of various class of assets in Schedule II, as a basis to determine the rate of depreciation under SLM, WDV or UOP (Unit of Production) method. As per Income Tax Act, 1961, it is mandatory to calculate depreciation as per Block of Assets criteria by following Written Down Value Method. The method of depreciation selected affects the profit as well as the carrying value of assets of an enterprise. The paper discusses the effects of these methods of depreciation used under two relevant statutes, on the financial statements of an Indian Company. The paper also analyzes the need of autonomy required under the Income Tax Act, to follow depreciation methods in line with the methods of depreciation to be used as per the governing statute. The paper emphasizes on the fact that the distinct methods of depreciation under the two relevant statutes namely the Companies Act and the Income Tax Act leads to a difference in the figures reported for accounting purpose and for taxation purpose. This difference can be removed if the methods of depreciation coincide under both relevant statutes.

  • “A service is any act of performance that one party can offer to another party that is essentially Not tangible and will never result in the ownership of anything”. The service sector in India is growing at a very fast rate. In the present competitive business scenario, companies are offering a wide range of services to the customers and seeking to develop a reputation by superior performance in service delivery and customer satisfaction. Product and service quality, customer satisfaction and company profitability are well connected. In order to increase the customer satisfaction, companies are moving towards adopting total quality management principles. Total Quality Management (TQM) is an organization-wide approach for improving the quality of all the organization’s processes, products and services. Originally it was developed for manufacturing industry. Today, the service industry requires effective implementation of TQM process since services are given to consumers as soon as they are produced by the provider. The primary goal of this paper is to decide the applicability of total quality management in service marketing. This paper will allow the user to rocognise what is service marketing and what is the need of total quality management in it? This paper is including various instances of service sector companies which are implementing or seeking to implement the notion of total quality management in their business. In the end, this paper will conclude the pros & cons of implementing TQM in service marketing. Total quality management is extremely necessary for the different organizations thus the issues which are directly or indirectly related with total quality management are included in this paper.

  • Indian Automobile small car business is influenced by the presence of many national and multinational and multinational manufactures after liberalization in 1991. The presence of the many manufacturers and variants within the city provides several decision options to the customers as they supply similar product proposition, creating the passenger automotive small car market highly competitive Customers now search for those differentiating parameters, which may help them to choose among the alternative products available in the market. The purpose of this paper is to come with the identification of parameter that influence the customer purchase preference behavior patterns of passenger automobile small car owners within the city of Jamnagar. Of greatest interest to the current study is the impact of demographic variables and income affecting the vehicle selection of small cars..

  • The rapid transformation in the banking industry over the last decade has made the industry stronger, cleaner, transparent, efficient, faster, disciplined and a lot more competitive. The banking industry in India has a huge canvas of history, which covers the traditional banking practices from the time of Britishers to the reforms period, nationalization to privatization of banks and now increasing numbers of foreign banks in India. This research aims to analysis Reason Behind the Down Fall of share Price of Yes bank and its impact on the efficiency of Yes Bank. through some measurements, Market Reviews & Updates and Financial Analysis. YES BANK is founded in 2004. The founder of yes bank are Rana Kapor and Ashokbhai kapor. Headquarters of this bank is in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Yes bank providing product like credit cards, consumer banking, corporate banking, finance and insurance, mortgage loans, Private banking, wealth management, investment banking . Yes bank limited derives most of its revenue through arranging syndicated loans and through corporate Banking. Yes bank received “India’s fastest growing bank of the year “award the Bloomberg UTV financial leadership awards 2011. YES BANK has been ranked no .1 for exemplary performance in digital payments across public, private, foreign and payment banks in India by ministry of electronics & information technology. In the study of analysis of Reason Behind Down fall of Share Price of Yes Bank we found both Effects for future i.e. Positive and negative. We measured some Ratios, analyses Financial Statements of Yes bank and compare with past years, and studied some issues of Yes Bank and its Results.

  • The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the design of e-wallets. e-wallets are intended to replace the existing physical wallet, with its notes, coins, photos, plastic cards, loyalty cards etc. Four different user groups, including teenagers, young adults, mothers and businessmen, has been involved in process of identifying, developing and evaluating functional and design properties of ewallets. Interviews and formative usability evaluations have provided data for the construction of first a conceptual model in the form of sketches, and later a functional model in the form of low-fidelity mockups. During the design phases, knowledge was gained on what properties the test users would like the mobile wallet to hold and the properties implemented in four prototypes. The identified properties have been clustered as ‘Functionality properties’ and ‘Design properties’, which are theoretical contributions to the ongoing research in mobile wallets.

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