Emperor Journal of Applied Scientific Research [EJASR] - ISSN. No. 2581-964X (O)

Volume - I    Issue - 12    December - 2019

Marketing of LIC Products of Chennai Devision – A Study
J. Divya

Volume - I Issue - 12 December - 2019

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Insurance is a matter of facilitation. It is the most effective risk mitigation mechanism to reduce the vulnerability of the people to the impact of disease, disability, untimely death, and natural catastrophes. In a developing country like India the need for such a safety net is much greater, particularly at the low income levels where vulnerability to risk is much greater and social security programs are not effective due to poor governance. Insurance reforms are a prerequisite for reforms in social security, health care systems and financial markets. In developed economies insurance companies and pension funds are a major source of long-term capital and have dominant share (50 per cent or more) in total financial assets.1 They provide funding for end-of-service indemnity, life insurance benefits, annuity and gratuity. They also increase the depth and liquidity in stock and bond markets, particularly in long-term bonds.

Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Rural India
R. Swathi

Volume - I Issue - 12 December - 2019

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The number of countries especially those in the developed world and some in developing countries are putting in place policies and plans designed to transform their economies into an information and knowledge economy. In present days developed countries like USA, Canada, and a number of European countries, as well as Asian countries like India, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, and South American countries like Brazil, Chile, and Mexico among others, and Australia and Mauritius either already have in place comprehensive ICTs policies and plans or are at an advanced stage of implementing these programmes across their economies and societies. Some of these countries implementing ICTs and their deployment for socio-economic development as one area where they can quickly establish global dominance and reap tremendous payoff in terms of wealth creation and generation of high quality employment to strengthen their lively hood. On the other aspect, some other countries regard the development and utilization of ICTs within their economy and society as a key component of their national vision to improve the quality of life, knowledge and international competitiveness.

ICT Infrastructure & Services for Rural India – A Study
Vishal .J

Volume - I Issue - 12 December - 2019

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Improving broadband penetration is a key focus area for the Government and this is being addressed actively by the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) and the Department of IT (DIT). The National Telecom Policy 2012 lists the use of mobiles as an instrument of socio-economic empowerment for citizens as a mission statement. It sets targets of 79% and 100% rural teledensity 2017 and 2020 respectively.

Impact of ICT in Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Mathubalan .G

Volume - I Issue - 12 December - 2019

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Globalization has brought about an immense change in every walk of life right from the habits of eating to habits of working. How education sector can be exception to this alteration? It has gone through a great change in the country like India. We have moved from our ancient heritage education system of Gurukula to the modern day techno-savvy university education system. Today, education has become all inclusive process covering almost all aspects of life—social, cultural, political, economic, national, etc. Present is the era of information communication technology (ICT) which made transmission and spread of information most reliable and easiest. The Indian education system is striving to impart the overall development of individual and society and enabling the teaching-learning community to compete the global market with sustainable growth and development. Teaching-learning and evaluation is the base and center of our education system.

A Study on Policyholders Satisfaction towards Marketing Practices of LIC Products
Yuvaraj .V

Volume - I Issue - 12 December - 2019

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Insurance is described as a social device to or eliminate risk of loss to life and property. Insurance is a collective bearing of risk. Insurance spreads the risks and losses of few people among a large number of people as people prefer small fixed liability instead of big uncertain and changing liability. Insurance is a scheme of economic operation by which members of the community share the unavoidable risks. The risks which can be insured against include five, the perils of sea, death, accident and burglary. The members of the community subscribe to a common pool or fund which is collected by the insured to indemnify the losses arising out of risks but it provides for the losses of risk. It is a scheme which corers large risk by paying small amount of capital. Insurance is also a means of saving and investment.Jeevan Anand is one of the most popular plans of LIC (Life Insurance Corporation).

An Exploration on the Footprint of Verbal Abilitude in Cracking the Streak of Engineering Placements
B. Mohana Priya

Volume - I Issue - 12 December - 2019

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The exigent that many people face when rapport with others is that they deficient the indispensable interpersonal skills demanded to be effectual. - Robert. W. Lucas - Of all the survival skills accessible to us, communication is certainly, the most empowering. To confirm this, the most reputed educational institutions across the country bequeath their wards the open communicative competencies with their academic, scholastic knowledge. Many a branded corporate organizations is recognized to hook up with those institutions and during campus interviews and other recruiting processes, they quest for impending human resources who exhibit such competencies otherwise called life skills, a contrivance to pledge positive business outcomes and beneficial results. In identifying with this, a proposition on communication skills, utilizing a consistent and reliable teaching-learning modus operandi is mandatory. Concurrently, a report by Aspiring Minds alarmed that more than 90 per cent engineers in our nation could not able to communicate in English, requisite for challenging jobs in corporate zone. Moreover, only 6.8 per cent engineers show the caliber to respond spontaneously and about 67 per cent engineers do not have English verbal abilities and so they are not fitting for any professional job. It is accentuated that the professional students should have a satisfactory amount of acquaintance with employability skills to contend in recruitments. With the due prominence specified on looking at present and target situational needs, this paper reveals insight into the paramount importance of emerging verbal abilitude, i.e. the coalition of ability and aptitude, to gratify the recruiters in the placements in the contour of engineering.