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Title: A Study on the status of Women Entrepreneurship in the ECommerce Sector in India

Abstract: In this emerging world, women entrepreneurship is gaining importance as it helps in achieving growth and development of the country. ECommerce sector has shown a remarkable growth in the past few years and provided a desirable environment for the women entrepreneurs to show their talent, creativity etc. and transform their ideas into reality. Hence, the E-Commerce sector has provided many opportunities to the women entrepreneurs and also created employment opportunities for them. Though E-Commerce sector has a positive impact on Women Entrepreneurship but also women entrepreneurs have to face lot of hurdles and challenges while doing online business. Therefore, Government and Non-Government financial institutions started several funding programmes and training initiatives to motivate women entrepreneurs. This paper highlights the concept and need of Women Entrepreneurship and also describes the importance of E-Commerce sector. It explores the motivational factors of E-Commerce sector and the successful online women entrepreneurs. This paper also discussed the financial schemes introduced by the Government to promote Women Entrepreneurship.

By S.K.S. Yadava*, Arushi Jain
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2
Title: A Study of Indian Potential in Arms Industry

Abstract: India is at the top in the world having active and youth population. It contains huge skilled human resource related to culture, science, technology, medicine, agriculture and industry along with mostly natural physical resources. Country has not utilized these resources at optimum. Arms industry is among top industries in the world. India has human, non-human resources and infrastructure to grab global arms industry. If country prevails this opportunity, it will get financial resource in unexpected volume. It will compensate our imports and trade imbalance. This will also nurture in becoming superpower.

By Madhusoodan Tripathi*, Rupali Chaudhary
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2
Title: Supply Chain Management of Tomato - A Case Study of Prayagraj District

Abstract: The study was conducted to find out the existing supply chain, their problem and cost of Tomato in Prayagraj District of Uttar Pradesh from Producer to consumer. It was found that in Prayagraj, there are mostly four types of supply chain of Tomato depending on the type of Producer. 1st (Producer -> Consumer), 2nd( Producer ->Retailer -> Consumer ), 3rd (Producer -> Wholesaler -> Retailer -> Consumer) and 4th (Producer ->Commission agent -> Wholesaler -> Retailer -> Consumer ). The producer share was highest in the 1st channel where he received 70.10% of the total produce, followed by channel 2nd with 30.65%, 3rd channel with 20.15%, 4th channel with 17.87% of share. Consequently, the consumer got maximum benefit in the 1st channel. It was also found that producer suffer with inadequate infrastructure which includes reachable and affordable transportation facility, Marketing and lack of advancement in processing technology of tomato resulting in huge loss of the produce.

By Kailash Chandra Yadav*, Nitesh Maurya, Noorul Islam,Pankaj Kumar Yadav
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2