The Indian e-commerce story dates back to the late 20th and the early 21st century when the internet had made its entry into people’s lives. Wherein, the term e-commerce was coined in 1984 and the internet came into existence in 1991, this series of events […]
Students are the learners. The very ones, who’ve a responsibility to study what they are being taught in educational institutions, so that they can use the knowledge in their future. Often, what we learn, the experiences we gain in our student life, come handy in our future endeavours. One of the best phases of our lives is considered to be our student life. Where not only we learn what’s being taught in the classroom but we get practical exposure to the world too.
Getting a graduation degree is one of the most thrilling and happy experiences of any student’s life. In the midst of all the happiness and proud moments, there also comes the most deciding phase of our lives and the question which haunts many students these days–what after graduation?
achers hold a special place in our hearts. We all have or have had one favourite teacher, who inspired us and made us like the subject they’re teaching. Teachers are often looked up to as someone who guides and shows us the right path.
It’s 1990, there’s a knock on your door. A person, all suited up and carrying a briefcase, trying to make a sale of his/her product, visiting door to door.
International MSME Day is celebrated on 27 June annually to highlight the potential and significance of the smaller enterprises in the country’s economy, development, and overall growth.
Contributing to 45% of the country’s total industrial output and 40% of total exports. These are no ordinary figures, right?
“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world,” said Nelson Mandela. And good teachers are that ray of hope; we look forward to learning and grasping life lessons from. From enlightening to shaping us into good humans, Teachers do it all!
In this digital era, E-commerce is a field that has made significant development. E-commerce industry witnessed rapid growth as the pandemic resulted in people relying on online modes for buying and selling of daily goods and services. Even for daily groceries and other fresh edible food items, people came to rely upon online E-commerce companies as opposed to the neighbourhood kirana stores.
Let’s ask a simple questions to ourselves – nowadays are you going out to do the shopping as you used to do earlier ? …. I mean the pre-covid times …. Nope, right ? ….. Secondly, when you were doing the shopping by visiting any shop or departmental store; then what is a natural behaviour that you were following before taking any purchasing decision ? ….. But obvious, typically you will look at the product in all angles, and then touch it, and wherever possible try it out.
Creating a strategy before entering the online market is highly crucial. Multiple platforms and constantly enhancing technology has enlarged the landscape of the digital marketplace. Before going online, one must ask themselves, “Does my business require an online exposure?” and “Why does it require an online exposure?”