NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM MBA Journals (Consortium eLearning Network Pvt Ltd) en-US NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2582-287X COVID Diaries: An Indian Perspective http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/474 <p><em>COVID-19 has shaken up the world and these COVID times have given us an opportunity to </em><em>slow down, log out, and switch off for a while and think about our real needs against greed. </em><em>The ‘lockdown’ has provided us with an opportunity to pursue our hobbies and passion, to </em><em>learn a new skill, to read your favourite books, watch movies which you have missed, to </em><em>work-out which you missed doing due to paucity of time and to sit back and think about how </em><em>to improve and make ourselves a better person. Most of us can work from home and if we are </em><em>determined, we can cut down on our travel thus reducing air and water pollution in addition </em><em>to a significant reduction in the number of road traffic accidents. The health crisis brought </em><em>every one of us together and Corporate India shouldered its corporate social responsibility, </em><em>reel heroes and cricket legends played their part well and Corona Warriors led the war </em><em>against the virus with grit and determination under the able leadership of a dynamic Prime </em><em>Minister.</em></p> Gurmeet Singh Sarla Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2020-06-22 2020-06-22 37 41 Issues and Challenges in Inclusive Education http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/477 <p><em>Inclusive Education is the modern trend aimed towards providing quality education to the </em><em>special needed children. Education of children with special needs has come a long way from </em><em>integrated education to inclusive education (access to the mainstream). Despite the support </em><em>of several policies and programmes from time to time to accelerate the pace of all the efforts </em><em>made in this direction, the regular school with inclusive orientation face many barriers and </em><em>challenges. The challenges are ‘the whole idea of inclusive education is defeated on the part </em><em>of teachers, parents, community and classmates. Lack of trained teachers, large class size, </em><em>lack of child-centered and relevant curriculum, limited appropriate teaching-learning </em><em>materials, teachers lack competence and will modify methodology as per the need, lack of </em><em>proper infrastructure, lack of access to mainstream and lack of participatory activities. There </em><em>is a need to strengthen teachers’ competence skills in inclusive education and to reform </em><em>teacher training in its form and content. The challenge of inequality and discrimination </em><em>among students is based on socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural profiles (Example: the </em><em>competencies and learning outcomes achieved). The greatest challenge for the state </em><em>government is the achievement accessibility inclusion and empowerment of children with </em><em>special needs. The government alone cannot accomplish this task of making the “Right </em><em>Real”. It can be concluded that these types of gaps can only be fulfilled with the help of </em><em>collaboration to all the stakeholders like University, teacher education institution, etc. </em></p> Reshma M.Y. Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2020-06-24 2020-06-24 32 36 Investment Opportunity in Capital Market by Focusing on Oil Sector http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/478 <p><em>Capital markets are an essential mobilization of resources for the corporate sector. </em><em>Investors’ confidence is key to the healthy developments of capital markets; it includes the </em><em>stock market and the bond market. It is a capital market for the trading of company stock and </em><em>derivatives. The project aims to understand the overall equity market, to get to know the </em><em>trading, and clearing and settlement aspect of the equity market. This project will help us to </em><em>understand the overall working of the equity market and its importance to the economy of </em><em>India. A large amount of money flows and millions of shares exchange hands in a single </em><em>market day. Exchange of shares enables the supply of money in and out of a firm. The </em><em>company whose shares are listed and the government who plays a crucial role through the </em><em>policies formed in the market help them to raise funds which can be used for the benefit and </em><em>the growth of the companies and share some part of their profit to the investor in the form of </em><em>dividends. </em></p> Gauri Dalv Mayuresh Pawaskar Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2020-06-24 2020-06-24 19 22 Preservation and Rrestoration of Ancient Heritage Homes of Goa by Designing a Revenue Generation Model for Economic Benefits http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/472 <p><em>Goa is a smallest state of India with a rich colonial </em><em>and</em><em>&nbsp;pre-colonial heritage, visible in various architectural typologies of its churches, temples, forts and houses. By restoring old Indo-Portuguese houses by systematic planning of investments from both</em><em>,</em><em>&nbsp;owner and investors</em><em>,</em><em>&nbsp;it can open a whole new range of heritage rental villas across the state, which is already on high demand. This model also helps in the conservation and restoration of old houses that are otherwise left unattended for so long and are under a threat of total irreparable loss.</em><em>This paper demonstrates guidelines in selection of </em><em>p</em><em>roperties, </em><em>e</em><em>stimating the total repair works and selecting a revenue generation </em><em>model to take care of the expenses of the reclamation and there</em><em>by procuring benefits from the model for both</em><em>,</em><em>&nbsp;investor and owner.</em><em>&nbsp;This paper concluded that </em><em>i</em><em>t</em><em>&nbsp;</em><em>i</em><em>s a well-known fact that many </em><em>c</em><em>olonial houses across Goa are in need of immediate repairs but are left unattended by owners due to lack of funds and awareness to save heritage houses</em><em>.</em><em>&nbsp;</em><em>T</em><em>his model will help resolve the above issues thereby saving heritage properties across the state of Goa that are to be bulldozed because of the rising real-estate prices.</em><em>&nbsp;By restoring </em><em>o</em><em>ld Indo-Portuguese </em><em>h</em><em>ouses with the aid of systematic </em><em>e</em><em>conomical planning of capital investments from each</em><em>,</em><em>&nbsp;owner and investors</em><em>,</em><em>&nbsp;it could open an entire new range of heritage rental villas across Goa, which is already on high demand.</em></p> Nikhil Coutinho Mr. Himanshu Pandey Dr. Siddesh Pai Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2020-06-20 2020-06-20 23 31 Appraisal of Coronavirus on Global Economy: “Ineffectiveness of Economic Growth and Development in Global South” http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/475 <p><em>This study explores the main problems of global economic growth and industrial transformation across the globe before the </em><em>c</em><em>orona</em><em>&nbsp;virus</em><em>, and how multinational forces have influenced certain areas of Third World countries since feudalism arose as a mode of production to the acceptance of capitalism as the historical history of the global economy. It also explores how capitalism later became a pioneer of imperialism, African trafficking, colonization and neo-colonialism in the </em><em>Global South</em><em>&nbsp;and some areas of the global north. The paper also explores the historical context of the coronavirus, its harmful consequences and its way out of the global economy. The secondary source of data is used as a methodological tool to address the knowledge vacuum in the complexity and effect of the global economy of coronavirus (COVID</em><em>-</em><em>19) in both </em><em>the </em><em>northern and southern part</em><em>s</em><em>&nbsp;of the world. This study suggests that both the southern and northern areas transition to each other without imperialism. The study also call</em><em>s</em><em>&nbsp;for all the </em><em>Global South </em><em>to demonstrate unity in the socio</em><em>political system and in the international coalition/alliance. The study concludes to commend </em><em>World</em><em>&nbsp;Health Organization</em><em>, UNICEF, World Bank, UN, EU, AU, IMF, </em><em>OAU</em><em>, OPEC, and International Trades Organization and all Global Center for Disease Controls, for their effort on coronal virus</em><em>,</em><em>&nbsp;and they should also continue to give assistances across the globe.</em></p> Patrick Ugwuegbu Chigoziri Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2020-06-22 2020-06-22 1 18 Strategy Assessment in Risk Management Practices in Construction of Gautam Buddha International Airport http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/476 <p><em>Risk is defined as the possibility of adverse effects occurring in a project that brings about loss </em><em>or damage in the project. The success and failure of a project largely depends upon the risk </em><em>management of the project. The overall objective of this research is to assess the existing risk </em><em>management strategy practiced during the construction of the Gautam Buddha International </em><em>Airport. Key Informant Interview supported by the Literature Review, Document Study and </em><em>Field Observation were done with all the three parties i.e. Employer, Consultant and </em><em>Contractor. Identified Significant and Highly Significant Risk Factors were analyzed in terms of </em><em>practice, and suggestions to mitigate these risks were given. The methodology of Key Informant </em><em>Interview was used for identifying the mitigation practices and suggestions for each Highly </em><em>Significant Risk Factor. It was identified that, though there was no formal risk management plan </em><em>in this construction project, there was a good practice of risk mitigation for some potential risk </em><em>factors such as those related to Quality. Some major mitigation suggestions found by the search </em><em>were implementing strong Coordination between working parties, Review of Design, Drawings </em><em>and Specifications in detail, Endorsement of Efficient Cash Management System, Appointment </em><em>of Competent Consultant in the site and Follow of Safety Manuals. The findings from this </em><em>research will be the learning points for the upcoming other two international airports of Nepal. </em></p> Anjay Kumar Mishra Sujata Shakya Sameer Ratna Bajracharya Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management 2020-06-24 2020-06-24 42 56