Data Privacy

What is Data Privacy and Why Data Privacy is Important?

What is Data Privacy? Data privacy is about how a piece of critical information or data must be used and controlled so that it does not break into the hands of miscreants who may use it for illegitimate purposes. Typically the concept of Data Privacy …

Coronavirus Impact on Global Economy

Coronavirus: Impact on Global Economy

The spread of Covid-19 pandemic was ever faster than the world could imagine. The alarming speed infected millions, carrying the world economies to a standstill, causing largest of the economic shocks that the world ever saw. The recession during this time was deepest across the …

Farmers Bill 2020

What is Farmers Bill 2020| Impact of Farmers Bill 2020?

The talk about Farmers Bill 2020 sparked a lot of controversies in India over the past few months. While the government’s claim is that Farmers Bill is a historic step to the benefit of farmers, the oppositions described it as a ‘black law’. Since the …

Selling during Covid

Selling during Covid 19

Retaining sales movements during a Covid crisis has turned into a major concern for every business player, whether big or small.  An important major trend noticed during this time, even from the best salespersons and leaders, is a bias for action. Lockdown did not just …

IT Industry in India

IT Industry in India – Will it Create more Jobs in Future?

In the year 2017, BPM and IT industry in India about 15 million people are employed directly and indirectly. Direct employment in IT sector is generated by computer hardware and software industries. The indirect employment generation takes place through the adoption of information technology in …

Social Distancing

Is Social Distancing The New World Order?

The outbreak of Coronavirus has affected the world adversely. These bizarre times have their effects locally as well as globally. The world has moved into a new space of, face to virtual interactions and less passive connections using devices. There is a spree to find …

Startup India

Is ‘Startup India’ Boosting Entrepreneurship?

‘Startup India’ initiated by Government of India, was announced by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi on 15 August 2015.  The program was rolled with an objective of: Supporting entrepreneurs Building a strong startup ecosystem and TranslatingIndia into a country of job creators not job seekers There …

privatization

Should Indian Economy be Privatized? Pros & Cons

Post-independence India has mainly remained a conservative economy that allowed only restricted and conditional entry of the outside world. But now the Indian economists have understood the importance of coming together with the global economy for growth and efficacy. India is a mixed economy where …

Mission to Mars

Mission to Mars: Can India Afford Spending a Fortune on Such Projects?

India’s mission to Mars was succeeded through Mangalyaan. Mangalyaan or the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is a space examination project launched by the Indian Space Research Organization on November 5, 2013. This Martian space probe project is in orbit since September 24th, 2014. India was …

Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan

What is ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ announced by PM Narendra Modi

The Concept of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan The stimulus package announced by Finance Minister to spur the economic activities post lockdown and during opening up had a major emphasis on ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’.  Atmanirbhar means ‘self-reliant’. This was Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s response to the economic …

Make in India

Make in India: The Idea Will Make India a Manufacturing Hub

Make in India is a flagship campaign steered by Prime Minister Modi with a vision to facilitate investments, nurture innovation, enhance skills, and protect intellectual property, and to develop a world class manufacturing ecosystem. The primary objective of this initiative is to attract investments from …

Digital Payments in India

Digital Payments in India

India since independence has remained a cash dependent economy. India’s cash to GDP ratio is 13 % whereas the global average is a maximum of 8%. The Indian government has been trying to go cashless to counter problems like illegal transactions, money laundering, black money …