About the Journal

Journal of Commerce and Trade was established in the year 2005 to promote complex phenomena through publication of new, bona-fide, genuine and contemporary research papers, articles, case studies and discussions in the field of commerce, economics, law, management and trade. It is popular by the name JCT. Book reviews and biographies of the legends in above fields are also given place in the JCT. Therefore, Society for Advanced Management Studies was framed and registered under the Societies' Act of Uttar Pradesh to run the journal as a not-for-profit activity. Later on, Registrar of News Papers for India was approached to get RNI no. for the Journal. Soon after, International Subscriber Serial Number was applied and received. Journal always valued publication ethics and academic integrity. JCT is among the nation's most respected scholarly journals. It is an International Double-Blind-Reviewed (Peer Reviewed/ Refereed) and Indexed Bi-Annual journal. In the yesteryears, Global Foundation for Research and Academic Development associated with the Journal.

To become an approachable, exclusive and prestigious international platform offering the authors’ academic support including a multilayered review process to help Authors to prepare, and publish their research papers in JCT through an insightful partnership with researchers and research organization in the ICT driven world.

Publication of the highest quality research works and delivery of this research with greatest impact to the widest possible audience through fair publication and ethical policies.

Ideology of Journal of Commerce and Trade
The basic policy of Journal of Commerce and Trade is to publish Double Blind Peer Reviewed, Plagiarism free, DOI enabled and Archived research papers based on COPE ehical policies and DORA declaration. It is OPEN ACCESS.

Chief Editor
Professor Himanshu Agarwal (D. Litt.)
Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, D. N. College, Meerut, UP, India


Current Issue

Vol. 17 No. 2: October 2022
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I am feeling proud observing the pace of India's digitalization under PM Narendra Modi's vision. India's tech-future is bright. India is on lightening speed to be a technology superhub in near 'techade'.
In 2015, PM Narendra Modi launched the initiative 'Digital India'. That time, three-fold vision for IT in 2015 was set out: Transformation life of citizens through digital governance; expand digital economy; and make India a producer of technology instead of consumer.
Satellite broadband and communication service market in India is expected to grow & expand with the developing use case horizon and exponential growth in data consumption. Over 20 year old law governing Internet will be replaced soon as the Data Protection BIll is ready and it will be before Parliament  in due time. India's dream to be a producer of technology can come true through developments and investment commitments to facilitate commercial opportunities and development of semiconductor innovation ecosystems. India's semiconductor market is predicted to play an important role in enhancing the global value chain and generating employment on a large scale. Smartphones, wearables, automative components, computing and data storage are areas where high demand of semiconductors is rising.
Modi's vision has transformed the growth and development patterns of the Indian economy.
I am dead assured that the coming century is India's time and progress. 
The 34th issue of Journal of Commerce and Trade i.e., Ocotber 2022 is in your hands. I am thankful to Editors, Reviewers, Authors, Indexing agencies and other associated parties and bodies for the successful publication of this issue.

Published: 01-11-2022
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