Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : industry


ROLE OF FDI IN ENCOURAGING HOSPITALITY SECTOR IN THE CHANGING ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Harikumar Pallathadka, Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 3, Pages 342-350
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.03.028

Foreign investors invest their resources to earn profits out of the revenue incurred while
strengthening the hospitality industry. Foreign Direct Investment is characterized as
unfamiliar financial investors blending their resources into another nation with command
over the administration of resources and benefits. For the most part, it is a fact that the more
FDI a nation obtains, the more is the chance to develop economically. Financial development
could create a nation full of opportunities. FDI frequently brings enormous amounts of assets,
and new innovations to the nation, just as cutting edge board abilities permit nearby
enterprises and areas to acquire a great deal of involvement (Mason & Brown, 2014). The
hospitality sector has been developing efficiently and effectively in the current years, and it
has been generating lots of wealth from other countries. Foreign direct investment promotes
employment and has given rise to colossal human resources available in the hospitality
sector. This paper aims at portraying a view of FDI and its role in fostering the hospitality
industry in a dynamic economic ecosystem. A sample of 190 people from the hospitality
sector was surveyed to know the role and significance of FDI in Encouraging the Hospitality
Sector in the Changing Economic Environment. Mean, and the test was applied to analyze the
data and reach results. It is found that FDI plays a significant role by encouraging the
Hospitality Sector in the Changing Economic Environment.

Corona Virus Impact on Indian Stock Market and Industry during Pandemic: A Case Study

DR.PRATEEK GUPTA; RACHIT AGARWAL; RAHUL SINGHAL

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 1384-1391
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.185

Case Description: The primary subject matter of this case was to analyze the impact of novel Corona Virus (COVID’19), the worldwide pandemic on Indian investors with analyzing gains and losses (if any). The case also highlighted its impact on the Indian Stock Market's various sectors and industries for two months (January 23, 2020 to March 23, 2020) and predictive industrial analysis. The discussion included an analysis of NSE and BSE's indices focusing four sectors during lockdown in India, and the Indian government's action during this pandemic situation. The market had been faced a downturn in between these two months; transportations and logistics industries had also been reported as a major decline. Furthermore, the case also included an examination of problems that arise in the Indian stock market like Indian investors' gain or loss, financial strategies for corrective action and opportunities and challenges available for listed companies. The list of assigned questions and suggested solutions will lead students through this pandemic impact on the Indian financial market and will prepare them to make strategic recommendations. This case can be discussed in 90 minutes session and give insight into the stock market movements and industrial changes due to COVID’19.
Case Synopsis: The novel Corona Virus (COVID'19) was a worldwide pandemic declared by the World Health Organization (WHO). This was detected by China in its Wuhan city in December 2019. This pandemic has been impacted the whole world very rapidly majorly in China, Italy, USA, Spain, France, Germany and India. As per the collected data, more than 1,929,633 people affected worldwide and 10,981 cases reported in India. The government of India announced curfew and lockdown time to time for the country’s prevention. In between these two months, India has faced many intense challenges in different ways such as downfall in the Indian financial market, nationwide lockdown, industrial changes, consumption rate, deaths etc. due to the pandemic. India also faced financial and economical issues due to this investors' investing patterns affected by COVID' 19.

University-Industry Linkage & Development of Higher Education: A Study about Faculty Perception

DR.ASHUTSOH PRIYA; PROF. TULIKA SAXENA; DR.RUCHI DWIVEDI; KAMINI VISHWAKARMA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 2621-2625
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.314

Higher education in India has expanded enormously since independence and enlarged in size but, this enlarged size of the university campuses in India, is now facing financial crisis which is increasing more as visible in most of the developing countries. University industry linkage may be an alternative to this crisis. Establishing an effective & successful collaboration between universities and industries in order to remain competitive and financially viable is an alternative. But this relation will sustain if appropriate steps will be taken by both sides (Universities & industries) to benefit mutual interests with objective to serve the society.
This paper makes an attempt to present the perception of higher education faculty members about the importance of University-Industry linkage and it is an effort to discuss the ways and means for making a strong university - industry linkage.

Role of MSME in rural development

DR.P.PRAVEEN KUMAR; MS.N. RAJALAKSHMI

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 620-623
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.084

Microfinance moneylenders give little credits to current and hopeful entrepreneurs. These advances help give individuals who might not have the credit or the admittance to conventional financing the chance to procure a higher pay and give occupations to their nearby networks. The measure of microfinance advances differ by loan specialist and can go from $25 up to $2,000. Descriptive research design is adopted to measure the selected topics. The sample size of the study is 46 members of MSME. The study primarily uses primary data. The tools of frequency analysis, mean analysis and ANOVA used in the study to analyse the data.