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Title: Impact of E-Banking on Employees Perception in Selected Banks in Bangalore

Abstract: E-banking has emerged as one of the most common banking systems, with a significant increase in use over the previous several years. However, there is a scarcity of analytical research analysing the influence of ebanking on bank performance. Though e-banking is becoming more popular in Bangalore, the influence of e-banking on bank performance has yet to be determined. This paper fills that need. This research specifically studied the performance of Bangalore banks assessed in terms of performance among 80 employees of the selected banks of e-banking. The study's findings are more important for emerging nations like Bangalore because they will draw the attention of bank management and policymakers to adopt such measures to boost e-banking. This study also contributes to the literature by validating (or not) prior studies findings

By R. Ganapathi
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2
Title: Addressing GAPS in Nursing Skills and Incentives to Boost the Healthcare Industry

Abstract: Growth in the health care industry in Bangladesh, over the last few decades, has been disappointing. Its adherence to constitutional commitments and global assurances is utterly sabotaged by deficiencies of professional and technical skills in the health care arena. The gaps remain in dearth of adequate supply of qualified, experienced, and specialized nursing professionals in health care industry. In both rural and urban Bangladesh, the healthcare industry is experiencing a simple and abject scarcity of nursing skills among nurses, barring a handful of well-paid professionals in the tertiary level hospitals within the top echelons of the industry. Unsuitable skill mix of doctors and nurses, has led to over-work and miss-use of doctor’s skills, overlapping of duties, insecurity for patients, loss of scarce resources and increased out-of-pocket spending for poor and middle-income families. Moreover, lack of proper training and experience affects quality of services proffered by the existing professionals in nursing and care. Curriculum and syllabus followed in nursing training are alleged to be out-of-date, with some faculty members suffering from deficiency of knowledge and modernized information. Shortage of compulsory equipment and facilities for real-world classes and clinical training are also important limitations hindering the growth of this industry.

By Anwara Begum
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2
Title: Effectiveness of Vocational Courses in Implementing NEP-2020

Abstract: The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP-2020) aims to transform the Indian education system by promoting a comprehensive and skill-based approach to learning. One of the key pillars of NEP-2020 is the integration of vocational courses within the mainstream education system to enhance employability and promote practical skills. This will bring in a very large number of schools, colleges and universities into the fold of potential Vocational Education and Training providers during the coming decade and make vocational education available to millions of students. The NEP 2020 is a comprehensive policy document that extensively discusses the overhauling of vocational education. This research paper presents a systematic review of studies that assess the effectiveness of vocational courses in implementing NEP-2020. By examining the available literature, this study aims to identify the strengths, weaknesses, and potential areas of improvement in the implementation of vocational courses aligned with NEP-2020. The introduction section provides an overview of NEP-2020 and its key objectives, with a specific focus on the integration of vocational courses in the education system. It also outlines the significance and rationale for conducting a case study analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of vocational courses in implementing NEP-2020.

By Arvind Kumar Yadav
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2