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ISSN / EISSN : 23199628 / 23199954
Current Publisher: Om Vindhyavasini College of IT and Management (10.11635)
Total articles ≅ 11

Latest articles in this journal

Kailashkumar V Natda
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/18

Bhargav Maniar
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/22

Robert Obuba
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/27

Gautam Dua
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/36

Bhavesh Jha
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/37

Pragnesh Mistry
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/38

Banking industry plays a vital role in the rapid and all round development of the economy.They act as an 'engine for economic growth' by providing multifarious services. In the global world the relationship between banks and economic activities are very close. Majority of the economic transactions are carried out withthe help of banking world. In a country like India, rural sector plays asignificant role in the economy. It affects directly or indirectly, almost all the economic activities of the country. Rural sector can be rightlyconsidered as the backbone of the economy. So the rural development cannot be neglected in the developing era. The government of India istrying its level best to help the rural sector through public sector commercial banks. The government is trying hard to encourage thefarmers providing finance for seeds, irrigation,electricity, tools, pesticides etc. The commercial banks are playing an important role in the rural development. Now a day's both priority sector as well as non-priority sector are testing the fruits of banking industry. In recent years, rural development has emerged as a distinctive field of policy and practice and of research.
Naitik J Patel
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/39

There are many aspects like social, economic,political, legal, technological, which directly orindirectly affect our business specially when themarket is new or company is moving to anothercountry. This paper shows that there are manyaspects company should look into before goingto another developing country for theirproduction or business, particularly the aspectsof the country's political structure andprocesses should between into account whenassessing political risk
Jayesh B Mehta
Eduvantage, Volume 1; doi:10.11635/2319-9954/1/1/40

Paper focuses on service quality provided by organized retail store in Rajkot. Customer expectations about services they receive arechanging due to economic changes and changes in their purchasing capacity. Research reveals that in certain areas of services there is avast difference between expected service and actual service received by the customer. Research was conducted by considering different aspects of service quality measurement tool, SERVQUAL. Organized retailers shouldidentify the services in which less customer satisfaction is there and try to improve upon those areas of services. Due to less spending capacity customers expect more qualitative service at existing or low price.