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Kush Seth

I have just completed my Bachelors in Business Administration and aspire to become a good content writer in-order to create an impact on the lives of each individuals who read them for their future career ahead.

Inbound Marketing

Inbound marketing refers to process of helping potential customers to find our company. Inbound marketing happens even before any customer makes a purchase. Several types of inbound marketing are SEO marketing, content marketing, blogs, etc. The contents provided by inbound marketing is educational and entertaining too. Inbound marketing only consists […]

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10 Things In Life Everybody Should Know

Just like how we require a driving license test to be cleared in-order to drive any vehicle on the road, there are certain life lessons which are tested since the very beginning of our lives. There are a certain few things in life which does not require any examination to […]

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Direct and Indirect taxes

What is tax? Tax is a compulsary contribution from a person to the government to defray the expenses incurred in the common interest of all without reference to special benefits conferred. This means any country has the right to tax. The refusal to pay tax is a punishable offence if […]

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Online classes amid pandemic

This pandemic has changed online classes forever. There has been a significant rise in the implementation of e-learning. Both teachers and students have had a tough time in understanding how to use the platform effectively. Here, I will be talking about how online classes has affected both teachers and students […]

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LPG strategy of 1991

The LPG strategy ie, liberalization, privatisation and globalization strategy was implemented in the year 1991 by the Prime Minister of India Narasimha Rao. Firstly, liberalization means relaxing restrictions of the government where economic policies were needed. It was under the New Economic Policy that this strategy was developed and implemented. […]

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Directing in Management

Directing in Management refers to the process of guiding, instructing, counselling, motivating and leading people in the organisation to achieve it’s objectives. It is a continuous managerial process which goes on throughout the life of an organisation. A few characteristics of directing are as follows: Directing initiates action- DIrecting function […]

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Impact of Covid-19 among student’s mental health

This pandemic has given a lot of stress and trouble and anxiety to teachers and students. It has not only brought about anixety but also has brought about doubts concerning their future when it comes to socializing and the environment of schools to be brought back again has become a […]

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Fayol’s Principles of Management

Henri Fayol created 14 Principles of Management in the year 1916 in his book ‘General and Industrial Management’. These 14 principles are based on the fundamental truth and serve as guidance for decision making and any management actions to be taken. These 14 principles are as follows: Division of Work- […]

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Taylor’s Scientific Management

Taylor’s Scientific Management, as it is propularly known as, was given by Frederick Taylor who was an American mechanical engineer and brought about engineer’s workpoint at the workplace and applied engineering principles at the workplace. He was the first to look at work and productivity scientifically. He was known as […]

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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management or HRM refers to the strategic process of employment, development and well-being of the people working in an organisation. Human Resource Management involves all the decision making process which affects the relationship between organisation and employees. It’s main aim is to make an optimum utilisation of human […]

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Supervision in Management

The term supervision comprises of two words- Super and Vision, Super meaning superior than others and Vision meaning sight or perspective. Supervision refers to the inspection of work of other persons. Supervision also may refer to an act of overseeing or inspecting other’s work ie, to watch at whether they […]

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Consumer Protection Act

The Consumer Protection Act was implemented in the year 1986. It’s main aim is to solve consumer grievances and gives consumers the right to speak against any flaws in the product or service which is consumed or availed of. It covers all goods and services bought and sold by the […]

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Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights are those rights which are given to people for their creations and thoughts in their mind. They usually give the creator a right over the use of his/her creation. It is given for a particular period of time. The main purpose of Intellectual Property Rights is that […]

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Unique Selling Proposition (USP)

Unique selling proposition or USP is a marketing strategy to inform customers about how one brand or a product is superior with that of it’s competitors. They determine a feature which is unique and stands out from it’s competitors and highlights products’ benefits which become meaningful to it’s customers. Any […]

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Maslow’s Theory of Needs

Maslow’s theory of needs is a motivational psychology theory which is depicted as a pyramid and which shows a model of five layers of human needs. This theory was given by Abraham Maslow in the year 1943. This theory or rather this hierarchy shows that people are motivated to fulfill […]

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How to start loving yourself

Self-love simply means loving yourself and taking care of yourselves. It is the need to care care of yourselves in such a way that you do not need anyone else at all to love. Self-love is an art, it can and should be practiced everyday. It is one of the […]

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Soft Skills and It’s Importance

Soft skills refer to those skills which relate to how we work. They are the non-technical skills required for problem-solving and managing work. Soft skills include skills such as communication skills, listening skills, time management, problem solving skills, decision making skills and leadership skills to name a few. Certain soft […]

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Introvert-Is it good?

Introverts, in my opinion, are someone who love to spend a lot of ME time, who would not like to spend too much time outside their comfort zone and just become too exhausted to see too many people around. Our society, in general and according to my opinion, favor people […]

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Anger Management

Anger, according to Charles Speilberger, a psychologist says, “anger is an emotional state that varies in intensity from mild irritation to intense fury and rage”. Anger brings about both physiological and bilogical changes, your energy goes up, heart rate goes up, blood pressure goes up and what not. Anger is […]

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Good and evil effects of competition in life

All of us have been taught about competition in the very early phase of our lives. Competition is all about trying to win in every situation and strive for excellence in every competition we are part of. Competition begins mainly in school amongst classmates, be it in sports or academics. […]

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Leadership and it’s styles

Leadership is the ability of any manager to induce his subordinates to work with confidence and zeal. Leadership makes a person responsible for his/her acts. It is the art of motivating a group of people To achieve a common goal. An effective leader is one who creates an inspiring vision […]

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How to be a good listener

Listening is a very important part of connecting with people and learning from others, they can be your family, your friends or your subordinates or your boss. Learning to listen to people is a very important skill as we are not only giving attention to them but also obtaining vital […]

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Sentiment Analysis

Sentiment analysis refers to a method of obtaining information, basically, opinions, of individuals and groups, these can be a group of a particular brand’s customers, etc. Sentimental analysis works on a scoring mechanism, and it evaluates language and voice to collect data about attitudes, opinions and emotions which are related […]

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