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October 11,2021

Page No.01-10


A Comparative Study Of Start-ups In Us and India

Arpitha H R, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Commerce, JSS College for Women (Autonomous), Saraswathipuram, Mysore, Karnataka, India

Dr. K.V. Suresha, Associate Professor of Commerce and Principal, JSS College for Women (Autonomous), Saraswathipuram, Mysore, Karnataka, India

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/MGCPH

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Start-ups commercialize the innovative ideas of younger generations which struggle for existence at the nascent stage. They create employment opportunities besides giving way for emergence of new social order of budding entrepreneurship. The survival of startups is different from one country to another because it depends on the ecosystem of concerned country. The number of startups is increasing in India but not on par with US. The internal and external business environment in US is congenial for growth and sustenance of startups; conversely India is not endured with this natural and artificial gift. The success rates of startups in US and India were reported in Microsoft Ventures, Zinnov, NASSCOM Startup India report 2019 are which clearly indicate the supremacy of US over India in this matter. India is amongst the top five countries in the world in terms of startups and US ranks number one on the list of startups. This paper is an attempt to identify the startup culture in India vis- a-vis US and to analyze the ecosystem of startups in India compare to USA.Key words: Eco System, Entrepreneurship, Pre-empt, Social order, Startup culture,.

October 11,2021

Page No.11-20


A Study on the Challenges Faced by Women Academicians During the Pandemic

Sunitha.N, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce,Soundarya Institute of Management and Science, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.

Nischitha.H, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, M.E.S College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/FMRV2

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The startling lockdown giantly affects the economy for a huge scope in some manner. Significant interest in offsetting the work-existence with the individual life. Numerous females across the world have left their place of employment to be at home with their youngsters on the grounds that instructive foundations are closed and childcare was additionally not accessible. With regards to female academicians, the pandemic has represented a ton of difficulties without being gender partial. Numerous academicians have even left their calling and attempted to zero in on their own life which appeared to be again difficult because of the different issues looked at home. This pandemic has made personal as well as professional challenges. Keeping in view these focuses, this paper presents the most thorough difficulties looked at by female academicians during the pandemic emergency in mid-2020. It likewise attempts to recommend few measures to adapt up to difficulties and face the world with another enthusiasm.Keywords: Problems faced by Working women, Socio-Cultural barriers, Violence, Livelihood., .

October 11,2021

Page No.21-33


Awareness and Satisfaction about Electronic Trading of Agricultural Produce Among the Farmers In Maharashtra

Nitin Kailas More, Research Scholar (Doctoral), Department of Commerce and Research Center PDEA’s AnnasahebWaghire Arts, Science and Commerce College,Otur, Pune (Maharashtra) India.

Dr.MukindaBaliramKhandare, Research Supervisor (Doctoral), Department of Commerce and Research Center, PDEA’s AnnasahebWaghire Arts, Science and Commerce College,Pune (Maharashtra) India.

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/TRCYX

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A Purposively study was conducted to investigate mainly the awareness and satisfaction level about eTrading of agricultural produce among the farmers of Maharashtra state. Apart from the main aim, this research article also examines the exact constraints faced by the farmers while trading using the eTrading platform. Preference towards traditional or electronic trading systems was tried to assess. A directional hypothesis is undertaken to determine the level of significance of variables in the study. Following the descriptive research design, an empirical investigation was carried out by collecting the responses from 136 farmer respondents across Maharashtra. Information gathered using Google Form. The questionnaire was developed by seeking expert advice from academics. Using SPSS, Jamovi, and G*Power statistical software packages data analyzes. It founds that farmer from the state face the problem of lack of information and training about various processes involved in electronic trading. The majority of the farmers preferred electronic trading systems. About electronic trading purpose found a significant level of awareness and satisfaction among the farmers. The study is pure in a sense; it provides insights into understanding the status of eTrade policy.Keywords: Karnataka Model, eTrading System, eNAM, Awareness and Satisfaction.

October 11,2021

Page No.34-41


Role of Women Workers in Unorganized Sector in the Socio-Economic Development -an Empirical Study in K.R. Nagar Taluk

Arpitha H R, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Commerce, JSS College for Women (Autonomous), Saraswathipuram, Mysore, Karnataka, India.

Dr. K.V. Suresha, Associate Professor of Commerce and Principal, JSS College for Women (Autonomous), Saraswathipuram, Mysore, Karnataka, India .

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/BH3NP

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Socio-economic development is an indication of prosperity in the society. Amongst many contributors to the socio-economic development the working women in the unorganized sector are recognizable ones. Quantification of contributions to the social development by any agent is not precise, however in economic terms the contributions are precisely measurable. The contributions made by working women in unorganized sectors towards growth indicators- education, attitude, group dynamism, leadership quality, competitive spirit, friendliness, decision making, loyalty, culture are studied through an empirical study in Krishnarajanagar taluk with a sample size of 127. From the same respondents the economic growth indicators are also studied with the input of primary data. The inferences are drawn objectively and this study has proved the hypothesis that ‘working women in unorganized sector contribute significantly towards socio-economic development of the community’.Key Words: Change agent, Informal leadership, Socio-economic development, Unorganized Sector, Working women..

October 11,2021

Page No.42-51


Analysis of Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Street Vendors - A Case Study Of North Bengaluru.

Dr.Shilpa Sharma,Assistant Professor, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara
Shweta Sharma, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Mount Carmel College,Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Sumiya Begum,Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/QVFTH

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The global Covid-19 pandemic posed unprecedented economic challenges to everyone across the world. The pandemic has disproportionately impacted the world’s poor population in terms of livelihood and survival. The street vendors were among the hardest hit, suffering in the most unexpected ways as their livelihood was shattered. This study explores how street vendors survived the pandemic, as well as what obstacles and problems they faced. The study aimed to understand the effectiveness of the new scheme “Pradhan Mantri Street Vendor’s AtmanirbharNidhiYojana” introduced by the central government; to analyze the issues faced by the street vendors during and after the lockdown (post lockdown) and the schemes and laws passed for the street vendors, that have helped them in any form during this period of uncertainty. A mixed research approach was used in the present study i.e., both quantitative and qualitative approaches were used. The Primary data was collected with 51 street vendors through personal interviews with the help of a questionnaire and personal interviews with 5 bank managers of the public sector whose banks are part of the government loan scheme to the street vendors. The exploratory study concluded that most street vendors are uneducated with low income, with lack of awareness of government-sponsored schemes, and highly dissatisfied with the business even after removal of lockdown. The study highlighted the need for promotion and creating awareness of all government schemes. Keywords: pandemic covid-19, street vendors, bank managers, awareness of governmental scheme, pm svanidhi,.

December 29,2021

Page No.63-72


A Study on Awareness of Goods and Service Tax on Customers in Bengaluru City.

Vishruth Vidyadhar Prasad, Assistant Professor, PES University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Kavya J, Assistant Professor, International Institute of Business Studies, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Brinda M,Assistant Professor, Koshys Institute of Management Studies, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/BW9FN

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In this Research paper we will be discussing about the importance of Goods and Services tax, the benefits of the GST bill to the common man and to its customers. The paper will give a brief introduction on the disadvantages or challenges faced by the business personnel with GST implementation. How the ordinary consumer would be impacted by Goods and Services Tax. We will be describing the common man their ways of accepting GST implementation, the understanding of economists and tax experts as it is the biggest tax reform in Post Independent India. The present structure of Indirect Taxes is very complex in India. There are so many types of taxes that are levied by the Central and State Governments on Goods & Services. We have to pay ‘Entertainment Tax’ for watching movie. We have to pay Value Added Tax (VAT) on purchasing goods & services, and there are Excise duties, Import duties, Luxury Tax. The research paper mainly focuses on the Customers of GST in Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka. The advantages and challenges faced by all the sectors in the payment and implementation of GST in Bengaluru city. The research paper is been covered with the secondary data sources regarding GST. The problem statement of the research paper is to identify the loopholes of implementation of GST. The findings about the problem statement and suggestions given to the customers would be included in the research paper. Keywords: GST, Excise Duties, Import duties.

December 29,2021

Page No.73-81


Impact of Dividend Policy on Automobile Companies: An Empirical Study.

Jyoti I Laljani, PhD Research Scholar, Department of Commerce & Management, KSKV Kachchh University, Bhuj, India Dr. Kamal H Kharecha, Research Guide, Tolani Commerce College, Adipur – Kachchh, India

 DOI : 10.17605/OSF.IO/NV98Y

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Introduction about dividend policy and their experimental attempts are explained. Definition of dividend in the introduction part is covered. W. A. Adesola & A.E. Okwong (2009) entitled An Empirical study of Dividend policy of Quoted companies in Nigeria. And T. Hussain, Sarwani, Nardi Sunardi & Lisdawati (2020) researched on Firm’s value prediction based on profitability ratios and dividend policy. To evaluate the financial performance adopted by quoted companies in India. To determine the concept of dividend in connection with Profitability of the selected companies. To study the relation between profitability and liquidity of selected companies. There is no significant relation between liquidity and profitability of selected companies. There is no significant relation of dividend policy on profitability of companies. Secondary data is collected for the study. In which five automobile companies have been taken on the basis of market capitalisation for the period from 2015-2016 to 2019-2020. To analyses the collected data, various profitability, liquidity ratios has been calculated. To know the financial performance of selected companies one-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) & Correlation has been used. The study indicates that there was a correlation between liquidity ratios but no correlation between dividend and profitability in the current period. Studies have shown that profitability & liquidity should be considered in order to give dividend, because profitability ratios affect dividend.Keywords: liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, ANOVA, Correlation..