May-2018 Special issue ISSUE-I, VOLUME-VII (II)

Paper No. Title & Abstract Author Page No.
1 Impact of Information Technology on Business-to-Business Relationship ——– Study of Agro Based Food Industries in Pune Dr. Takalkar Shivaji Dhondiba  & Prof. Shubhangi Vitthal Gaikwad 1-14
Abstract: The current research study explores the ways in which the various types of communication tools affect the administration for doing Business-to-Business Relationships. The present research work tries to suggest that both the Buyers & Suppliers use Information Technology for building business relationships but manufacturers grasps IT related methods more quickly than the consumers. The intensification in IT as yet does not appear to have affected the organization of relationships much. However, in the future, it may replace older methods of communication, especially in the agricultural based food companies or industries. Therefore, Managers really need to understand the influence of the Information Technology and changes in Technology on the nature of the communication system.
2 Folk art – a dialogue medium Pankaj Moharir  & Dr. D. K. Pokharapurkar 15-17
Abstract:  Expression is a natural instinct. In order to meet your daily needs, the tendencies that you are being used to ignore include two tendencies in expression and communication. The evidence is found in the moto-chip journey from the gempha painted with primitive figures. This whole journey covers a long time of group dialogue. This group dialogue is ‘folk art’.
3 Dr. B.R.Ambedkar An Icon Of Modern India Dr. Arunabha Bhaumik 18-21
ABSTRACT: Dr. Ambedkar was social and political changer, philosopher, patriot, and progressive writer. He thought about always human progress in India. For to do the welfare of the human being, he always took the significant role and he struggle continued  about the division of caste based superiority and social discrimination up to his death.  He was the main pillar of the making of Indian Constitution.
4 Indo-Maldive Relations: Maldives is not slipping on the side of China either! Dr. Premlata Parasoya


Abstract: Maldives is the main neighbor country of South Asia in India, which has continued to have good relations with us for many decades. An important base of India’s foreign policy is to establish friendly relations with the neighboring nations and resolve it by mutual negotiations if any dispute arises. Since 1947, India has remained fully on its policy. Indian culture has an influence on the Maldives since ancient times. The Maldives attained independence from the British in 1865 after 18 years of India’s independence and India was the first nation to recognize the Maldives as a sovereign nation. Even though today it is being discussed that the Maldives is becoming closer to China than India, but the fact is that India had opened its embassy in Maldives in 1972, whereas China had 46 years after the independence of the Maldives i.e. 2011 Your embassy was opened in Maldives. This seems to indicate that India has an unselfish relationship with Maldives, while China has expanded its relations with the Maldives to fulfill its interests in the Indian Ocean today.
5 Nuclear Power in India S. K. Singh 30-34
Abstract:       India has a largely indigenous nuclear power program. The Indian government is committed to growing its nuclear power capacity as part of its massive infrastructure development program. The government has set ambitious targets to grow nuclear capacity. At the start of 2018 six reactors were under construction in India, with a combined capacity of 4.4 GWe. Because India is outside the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty due to its weapons program, it was for 34 years largely excluded from trade in nuclear plant and materials, which hampered its development of civil nuclear energy until 2009. Due to earlier trade bans and lack of indigenous uranium, India has uniquely been developing a nuclear fuel cycle to exploit its reserves of thorium. Since 2010, a fundamental incompatibility between India’s civil liability law and international conventions limits foreign technology provision.
6 Earthquake and Disaster Management Sujata s. Patil 35-39
Abstract: Earthquake is a component of disaster. Thousands of years ago, our earth was a huge collection of hot gas and dust. In the next period, it had various physical changes and in the same material change, there was an eruption of unexplained phenomena. They are outbreaks of earthquake, tsunami, floods, storms, cyclones, storms, spaces, fireplaces, explosions, accidents, atomic, biological, chemical accidents, accidental radiation etc. The United Nations defines disaster as “an event that is a phenomenon that can lead to sudden loss of huge harm and other types of harm.” Disaster has been broadly divided into two types of natural and man made.
7 The drama depicting the Aryan culture – ‘Mandodari’ Prof. Dr. Bhushan R. Band 40-43
Dr. Manohar Rakade’s play ‘Mandodari’ is a play-off drama that seeks to promote social issues through mythological subjects. Dr. A copy of the play for Rokade Bh Dramatics council Ram Ganesh Gadkari Award 2000 was received. It has a considerable contribution in the play. Dr. According to a certificate presented by Nagpur and Amravati Professor Mitramandal in the Mantra offered to Rokde’s Sahastra Chandradarshan Sankalp, he said, “Playing like Mandodari gave a vision of prehistoric writings.” The ‘Mandodari’ drama is of two digits. In the first issue, there are three admissions such as ‘Mandodari’, ‘Mardo’, ‘Mata Mandodari’ and ‘Samrajnagi Mandodari’, and in the second, there are two admirers, inspiring thinkers Mandodari and philosopher Mandodari.