The coming festive shopping season will be a good opportunity for small retailers to leverage e-commerce platforms. However, certain regulatory changes will make the transition easier.
The preliminary rounds of the quiz had more than 600 students from colleges across India participating, after which were four knockout rounds. Eight teams made it to the finale.
Delhi University’s Ramjas College, NLSIU Bangalore, Government Law College Mumbai and NIT Jamshedpur have qualified for the grand finale.
More than 180 three-member teams from across disciplines participated in preliminary rounds over the weekend of 3-4 October.
The ConQuest questions were an interesting mix of Indian political and constitutional history, with some being pegged to contemporary developments, both in India and abroad.
The RBI’s oversight framework, coupled with localisation of payments data, can seriously deter the capacity of the digital payment sector in detecting frauds and ensuring the security of the user in the digital payment ecosystem.
5th edition of India’s premier quiz on the Constitution will be held every weekend from 3 to 25 October. UG & PG students from all disciplines can participate.
The MSME sector has been impacted badly by the Covid-19 pandemic, but e-commerce has shown resilience. It’s time for MSMEs to embrace voice commands.
Psychological effects of data breaches include insomnia, social anxiety, depression etc. If right to privacy isn’t protected, there can be dangers to democracy.