sponsored national conference on
Prospects and problems of digital economy and financial inclusion in rural india
About the Institution
KPR College of Arts Science and Research (KPRCAS) is affiliated to Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. It had its inception in the year 2019. The prime vision is to educate the young minds of the nation and to mold and craft them as global icons. The institution is promoted by KPR Group, a group which is renowned business bacon in Indian Textile, Wind Energy and Sugar industry.
The Institution offers 10 UG Programs in the domain of Commerce, Management and Computer Science. It aims to provide quality education to cater the global needs of the industry. The innovative academic programmes offered by the college facilitate the aspirants to evolve themselves as the responsible citizen who can acclimatize to the trends and modernisms of any industry across the world. The vibrant clubs namely Entrepreneurship club, Ethics club and Research Clubs are initiated to equip the student’s life skills and knowledge needed to take up various leadership positions in developing the society. KPRCAS accentuates the students to be academically dazzling by offering inimitable opportunities to excel and visage the challenges in the real corporate world. Various community societies such as NCC & NSS are accessible to facilitate students.
School of Management
The School of Management at the KPR College of Arts Science and Research aims to prepare the students for tomorrow, by equipping them today with the right knowledge, skills and attitude that will help them be effective in any venture they choose, nurturing and developing them to become good individuals who are sensitive to the society around them. Learning and teaching in the KPRCAS-SoM covers all aspect of management and leadership. The SOM comprises of the best blend of faculty and pedagogy with recent advancement & innovations.
About the Conference
The digital economy is the economic activity that results from billions of everyday online connections among people, businesses, devices, data, and processes. The backbone of the digital economy is hyper connectivity which means growing interconnectedness of people, organizations, and machines that results from the Internet, mobile technology and the internet of things. Physical Money was flowing like water in the Indian economy for decades, its understood that this phenomenon is irreplaceable overnight. Now, India is gradually shifting towards cashless transactions and digitalization is playing the key role. Transactions are vital for economic operations and cannot be ignored while addressing efficiency concerns. Proficient dealings save cash and moment in time by diminishing the usage of physical or elusive sources. Being speedy will save precious time, offering convenient services will consume less individual energy and more importantly it will be cost- effective and will reduce the waste of material supply. Electronic payments play an efficient role by providing efficient digital transaction structure to encourage the citizens of the nation. Financial inclusion is the important concept to be considered to attain equity, healthy and feasible economic growth, in bridging the division that exists in the Indian Society. Global trends have shown that in order to achieve inclusive development and growth, extension of financial foreword services to all sections of the society is important. Availability and Accessibility of the government’s digital services unlocks the gates for folks, allowing them to have easy consumption and to invest in the educational and health care sectors for their posterity. Financial institutions, like banks, that are accountable for intermediating and managing transactions, which increases in productivity and lower costs as a result of this efficiency.
- Digital Currency
- Rural Economy
- Problems of Digital Economy
- Prospects of Digital Economy
- Cashless Money
- Rural India
- Managing Digital Workplaces
- Governing in the Digital Era
- Digital Platforms and Digital Economy
- Improving Service Delivery
- Building Digital Trust – Transparency, Security and Privacy
- Digital Payments and Fintech
- National e-Governance Service Delivery
- Assessment (NeSDA) and Digital Service Standards (DSS) Skilling and Capacity Building
- Financial Literacy
- Abstract should consist of 300 words and must include the objective of the research methodology used, major results and implications of the
- Each abstract should have minimum two to three keywords along with JEL
- All abstracts and papers will be blind peer The paper which are approved by the reviewers will be selected for presentation,
- Full paper submission should not exceed more than 2500 words, the paper must be submitted in Word with 1” margin on all sides. Times new Roman with 12-point font size with 1.5 spacing.
- Plagiarism report should be submitted along with full
- Each author has to register