Skip to main content

Shopping Experience @ eMart


PS: This is just a demo store and not a real store. The store is under construction.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

How and to whom the Rs. 50 Crores LBT Amendment is Applicable?

Maharashtra Provincial Municipal Corporations Act, 1949, is the Act under which levy of LBT (Local Bodt Tax) is being made in certain municipal corporations w.e.f. 1st April 2013, replacing Octroi in certain cities in Maharashtra. This Act is now known as The Maharashtra Municipal Corporations Act (Act No. LIX of 1949).

In exercise of the powers conferred by the above Act, the Government of Maharashtra, made rules vide Notification No. LBT-0209/CR-65/09/UD-34, dated 25th March 2010 namely “Bombay Provincial Municipal Corporations (local body tax) Rules, 2010”. These rules are now known as The Maharashtra Municipal Corporation (Local body Tax) Rules, 2010. The Government of Maharashtra has now come with a Notification No. LBT- 2015/CR-47/UD-32 dated 23rd July 2015, which amendments the LBT Rules, 2010. This amendment can bring some cheer to the trading community which was protesting and fighting for the abolition of the LBT in Maharashtra.
According to these amendments the dealer is l…

Learning Better Skills

Learning is a continuous and an ongoing process. It seems the whole life is a learning process. It definitely begins somewhere but never ends anywhere. The old ideas become useless. The old technologies become redundant. The old processes become ineffective. It seems everything is in a transition.
The whole organization is built on the foundations of 5 pillars. The 5 pillars of an organization are: People, Products, Processes, Promotions, and Profits. They are all interconnected and inseparable. The effective churning of the first four processes culminate into the fifth. We can not achieve profit. But yes we can aim towards profit. Profit is nothing but the by-product of the efficient and effective use of the first four processes. And one process affects the other. They all are interdependent
All the above elements have their own life cycles. Old products die and new products come in. Old ideas die and new ideas come into existence. Old processes become ineffective, and dynamic and …