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ABSTRACT E-Governance means providing government services online with use of latest information technology i.e. Online working of a government, providing government services online to its citizens at their door step is known as E-Governance. We can also say that it means online availability of government services. The technology as well as methodology used in E-Governance project provides a clear roadmap for efficient delivery of services at the citizen door step. In today’s time the development of any country/society highly depends on the efficient use of E-Governance. Stage of development of any country can be measured by the implementation of E-Governance in that country. Today’s Indian government has also full faith in E-Governance.

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ABSTRACT It is broadly believed that information and communication technology (ICT) empowers organizations to reduce costs and expandcompetences. Information and communication technology in the structure of the government is for the benefit of the society. Information and communication technology provides way out for e- Governance implementation and government process issues. Information and communication technology is an important part of E-governance. Use of Information and communication technology in E-Governance domain is the recent trend in the governance development all over the world including India. E-Governance is defined as “use of information and communication technology with the aim of improving information and provide services to the citizen and helps them in decision making process to make government more accountable, transparent and effective”. This literature review is about applications and issues of E-governance.

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Abstract The technological advancement is the driver of world development. All the achievements such as space research, marine, transportation, telecommunication etc… are doing with the help of technological advancement. Mobile phones as well as smart phones are a vital part of this advanced technology. After the inauguration of mobile phones on 17th June 1946 in St. Louis, Missouri, the journey of mobile phones is considered as the milestone of the world history. During first stage mobile was using for calling purpose only. Later on the facilities like messaging, calendar, games, calculator etc… had been introduced. Once he smart phones were invented the entire scenario got changed. The segregation of computer features, internet facility and touch pad changed the face of the mobile phone industry. The smart phone began to use for so many facilitating purposes such as banking, purchasing, online payments, studying, online jobs etc

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Abstract: The present study focuses on impact and influence of demographic variables on consumer behavior and will explore the origin of a consumer focus in marketing, on the selectedretail sector in Jaipur city. The prominent objective of the study is to understand the influence of demographic variables on buying behaviorof consumers particularly in relation to FMCG Company. One way ANOVA analysis is used to prove the hypothesis base on the consumer buying behavior. The study revealed that there is a statistically significant impact of age, gender, education and income level of consumers on consumer buying behavior. Whereas in case of the profession, type of family and size of the family have no significant impact on consumer buying behavior in FMCG sector.

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Abstract Mangroves are one of the most intriguing forms of vegetation having narrow geographical distribution throughout the world between latitude 24oN and 38oS. These occur in the intertidal zones along sheltered coasts and river banks, deltaic land forms in coastal areas in tropical and subtropical countries of the world receiving rainfall between 1000-3000 mm and man annual temperature ranging from 24oC-35oC. Mangrove forests are highly productive ecosystems and are a natural, renewable resource. They provide essential goods and services and play a very important role in the lives of coastal communities. Through adaptations such as viviparous germination, the separation of freshwater from salt water and the conservation of freshwater, the ability to strike roots soon after meeting soil and the ability to exchange gases through specialized root systems, mangrove species have been able to deal with a very adverse environment where few other plants would have survived.However, in many areas of the world, mangrove habitats are being destroyed as rivers are dammed, their waters diverted and the intertidal zone extensively developed for agriculture or aquaculture and generally dried up. Large tracts are being converted to rice fields, industrial and land development and other non-wood uses.

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