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MBV1I101: Investigation on Consumer Protections in India
Authors : Chaitanya Goud , Supriya Reddy,
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investigation on the economy of the world and mulling over of the worldwide character of numerous businesses rehearses; it is nowadays vital to recognize that the Consumer rights security and advancement is turning into a high need. Customers, everywhere throughout the world are requesting worth for their valuable cash as quality merchandise and better administrations in genuine sense. Current innovative advancements and developments have no doubt had an incredible effect on the quality, availability, accessibility and wellbeing of products and administrations; yet the unavoidable truth is that the Consumers are still casualties of corrupt and exploitative works on overall since numerous years. Shoppers abuse accept various structures like corruption of sustenance, spurious medications, questionable contract buy plans, high costs, low quality, lacking administrations, beguiling promotions, perilous items, deceptive advertisements hazardous products, black marketing and so on and so forth. Therefore, in this paper I’ll try to focus mainly on the consumer protection issues from various aspects and perspectives and also I’ll try to provide some remedial or suggestive measures which will be helpful for the promotion and protection of consumer protection and rights.
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MBV1I102: How Global Capital Markets influenced by accounting standards strategies
Authors : Shaik Basha , Murali ,
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Current accounting and reporting practices fall short of meeting the information needs of the capital markets in the 21st century. A critically important element in the solution to this problem is the convergence of US GAAP and IFRS, a process now under way at an early stage. The convergence of accounting standards is a matter of decisive strategic importance to the future of global capital markets. High quality information is essential to high quality markets. All stakeholders who rely on high-quality markets need to understand the issues surrounding convergence. This Process will have several phases. Currently the uppermost issue is the process for achieving high-quality converged standards, which will be substantially equivalent although not uniform in every detail. Later the issue is likely to be the possibility of achieving a single set of global high-quality standards and a single global standard setter. The scope and nature of accounting and reporting standards will be gradually altered. All major stakeholders have the opportunity to influence this challenging process in positive ways that reflect both their business interests and their commitment to sound global capital markets.
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MBV1I103: Consumer Protection in India
Authors : Jyothi , Ganesh ,
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A Consumer Welfare Fund has been set up to provide financial assistance to voluntary consumer organizations and for the general development of consumer movement in the country. A spurt in voluntary consumer organizations in different parts of the country can also be observed. Other developments include the establishment of a separate Department of Consumer Affairs in the Union Government and the setting up of a Consumer Product Testing Laboratory. The current investigation has been undertaken to seek answers to key aspects such as level of consumer awareness regarding legislation and organizations with the specific objective to assess the awareness of male and female respondents towards consumer legislation organization and consumer protection laws.
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MBV1I104: Study on Investment Pattern of the Investors in India
Authors : Geetha sree, ,
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Investment culture is an essential key for capital structuring and the speedier development of an economy among the populace of a nation. Investment culture is the accumulation of the conduct, discernments, and ability of the people and organizations in setting their investment funds in different money related resources, all the more prominently known as securities. An investigation of the investors’ perceptions and inclination has a more noteworthy effect in the plan of arrangements for the improvement and regulation of security markets when all is said in done and therefore ensuring and advancing little and family financial specialists specifically. This study investigations investment pattern of the investors with respect to different investment avenues and their awareness on the mutual funds. The investors’ attitude towards investment is analyzed with respect to their financial needs, investment objective, and return period of investment, willingness to take risk, inclination and level of security for budgetary resources.
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MBV1I105: Customer Loyalty and E-Banking Service Quality in India
Authors : Vijaya lakshmi, ,
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The present research focuses on e-banking service quality and customer loyalty covering changing dynamics of public, private and foreign banks’ consumers in India, which has not been covered in earlier studies. The service quality features are for e- banking only and are different from the earlier studies on banking in general. On the basis of regression, the study identifies the factors to be either improved or enhanced and the banks can accordingly focus on the areas they want to improve/ enhance for increasing customer loyalty
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