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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 8 Issue 4      Submission Start Date: Aug 15, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: Sep 10, 2020      Submission End: Sep 20, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: Sep 30, 2020      Publication Date: Oct 05, 2020




Volume I Issue I

Author Name
Rahul Deo, Dr. Anukool Manish
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
Information & Communication Technologies [ICT] have become a powerful force which are transforming and will continue to transform all aspects of education. The growing influence of technologies on all aspects of life, including the education sector, requires developing countries to follow the example of the developed countries and adopt technology in their education systems. The use of ICT in education helps to establish virtual campuses in many universities and colleges to provide an advanced platform for learners and instructors. E-learning is becoming more and more popular. Along with numerous universities and colleges heavily relying on e-learning environments to train their students and faculties, the design and development of adaptive educational hypermedia that customize the content and navigation for each student has gained importance and priority all around the world. This study aims to identify the significant difference among college students on e-learning. Study is explorat
PaperID
2013/01/101

Author Name
U. S. Panwar
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
One of the fundamental questions to be answered when designing a research project is the data collection methodology that will be used. Two methods which are now commonly in use are– Hard copy surveys and Internet surveys; each offers a set of advantages and challenges. Hard copy surveys, in the past or in present, been the method used most by researcher based on positive response rates and broad access to most of the respondent. Now, with the continuing evolution of online surveys and the increasing level of Internet usage, researchers are using more online research as compared to traditional way of hard copy. But before going on any mode of data collection researcher has to look the pros and cons of each method carefully prior to commence. This overview discusses a variety of issues and considerations related to the pros and cons of both Hard copy (Paper and pencil) and online survey research. Online data collection for researcher might be replacing paper-and-pencil surveys or questi
PaperID
2013/01/102

Author Name
Avni dubey, Pratyush Trivedi
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
In the age of competition in every sector of industry, where consumer is aware about his rights and quality of services provided by his provider all firms have to get ready to face competition and try hard if they want to survive. This is a study of the factors that affects the consumer perception for different cellular service providers. The company use consumer perception to figure out what their customers think about them. Customers always evaluate the perceived benefits before they decide to purchase a particular product. They also include costs of usage, the lost opportunity to use other offering, potential switching costs etc. Consumers always value these added benefits when making a purchasing decision. Therefore Other than Mobile Number Portability the Government of India is also going to apply One Nation One License, in which all the roaming charges will end and all the mobile subscribers have no need to pay any roaming charge on incoming of call and extra charge for outgoing
PaperID
2013/01/103

Author Name
Upendra Singh Panwar, Robin Neema, Dr. S. M Anas Iqbal
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1
Abstract
In the Globalized economy everything is fast, efficient and available for 24*7*365 and to facilitate this we have internet. Internet banking is a result of explored possibility to use internet application in one of the various domains of commerce. It is difficult to infer whether the internet tool has been applied for convenience of bankers or for the customers’ convenience. But no doubts it contributes in increasing the efficiency of the banking operation as well as providing more convenience to customers. Without even interacting with the bankers, customers transact from one corner of the country to another corner. In India private Banks were the 1st to implement internet banking services in banking industry. Due to late entry into the industry, Private Banks understood that establishing network in remote corners of the country is a difficult task. One of the key challenges that service providers are facing is to know the critical factors responsible for satisfaction of net banking u
PaperID
2013/01/104

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