Travelling is a much-loved activity which has become a hobby amongst numerous people. There is a constant demand in this sector, with people desiring to explore the world and go out for soul searching. Traveling is an activity which is not constricted to anyone. Children, families, single people, older people, anyone can travel. Since the demand is so high, there is a need for travel agents
Travelling to various places makes you a story- teller, Travelling opens your eyes to many wonders you have been missing all those years living in a cocoon of your own. Travelling leaves you with memories that can retell to many and recount to yourself years after you have been to a place. So what is it that stops us from travelling to various destinations frequently? It is certainly the process
Introduced by The Constitution (One Hundred and First Amendment) Act 2016, Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a proposed system of indirect taxation in India merging most of the existing taxes into single system of taxation.The taxes which will be subsumed into GST include central excise duty, services tax, additional customs duty, surcharges and state-level value added tax.
To bring about a uniformity
Cash crunch has left people with no such alternate in hand. It has by-and-large affected the people who completely used to rely on the currency notes. But this is a nice initiative on the road to digitization. ’Go Cashless’ is the mantra of the age and this is step one towards the new-age revolution.
Unified Payments Interface- hereon referred to as UPI- is a new cashless payment method introduced
“Buy this through XYZ digital wallet and get Rs. 50 cashback on every ticket booked,” read a recent email I received from a Cinema chain. Most of us usually receive this a few times a week and it keeps us informed about the latest movies. The bottom of the emails, as seen, are peppered with advertisements for mobile wallets. All of them vying for your attention and begging to pay part of the
Rural consumers currently represent a large percentage of consuming class and are the prime target market for consumer goods and essential services such as education, healthcare and employment. Despite such an open market, around 68% of the rural economy still lies untapped. Given the immense scope of application of Information and Communication Technology tools for bettering service delivery processes