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Notification- Publication in UGC Listed Journals Is Not Mandatory

According to the latest UGC regulations published in July 2018, minimum research publications in UGC listed journals is no more a mandatory, but optional. According to the revised regulations, publications in peer-reviewed journals will also be considered for the appointment of academic faculty (Assistant / Associate / Professor / Vice Principal / Principal).  These regulations are issued for minimum qualifications for appointment and other service conditions of University and College teachers and cadres of Librarians, Directors of Physical Education and Sports for maintenance of standards in higher education and revision of pay-scales.
Provided further that for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor and equivalent positions pertaining to disciplines in which the National Eligibility Test (NET), conducted by the University Grants Commission or Council of Scientific and Industrial Research as the case may be, or State level Eligibility Test (SLET) or the State Eligibility Test (SE…
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Articles being considered for January– March 2019 Issue

1. The fiasco of Nestle's august noodle – Maggie
By Shikha Singh,  Anmol Yadav, Aditi Singh of Vanasthali Vidyapith

2. Female labor force participation: congruence between the attitudes of society toward the rights of women, and the attitudes that society has towards the role of women.
By  Alonso Carriles Álvarez M.B.A.  Jaime Beltrán Godoy Ph.D. &  Leovardo Mata Mata Ph.D.Anáhuac University, México 

3. Role of Digital Marketing in Retail Fashion Industry: A Synthesis of theory and Practice
By Panjagari Sainath of   Siva Sivani Degree College, Kompally Hyderabad.

4. Transformational Leadership Through Policy Initiatives: The Case Study of India
compiled and authored by: 
Professor (Dr.) Trilok Kumar Jain,
Director, Ecosystem for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Dean, ISBM (Faculty of Management), Suresh Gyan Vihar University Jaipur, Promotor – Rishabh Dev Educational Society and Knowledge Creators. 

5. Women empowerment through Bhartiya model of digital literacy for new India
By: Aditi M…

October-December Issue

Our contributors have the strong inclination for an in-depth study of the topic they choose and inspire others to give new ideas towards innovations that the country and the world need. Come on, let us have a  look to contents

of the new issue. Readers are requested to give their feedback.

Digital Version July-September Issue

Digital version of the issue is available :

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Just have a look at the cover page:

July-September 2018 Issue

In a constant endeavor to keep updated and bring the latest knowledge to the readers of Economic Challenger, we are bringing the 80th issue of it completing almost 20 years of its existence. A look to its contents will surely attract scholars in various streams to connect with us regularly.