Commerce Education Essays and Term Papers

  • Commerce Education

    Vidyasagar University Journal of Commerce Vol. 12, March 2007 REVITALISING COMMERCE EDUCATION D. Obul Reddy* ABSTRACT The paper is an objective introspection about the Commerce Education – its objectives, its problems, its job potential, its quality and its relevance to the present day needs of...

      4089 Words | 13 Pages   States and union territories of India, Education, Higher education, Bachelor of Education

  • Commerce Education

    Commerce Education At present most of the major industries of the world are controlled and owned by the developed western countries. To overcome lack of Entrepreneurship in Pakistan, it is imperative for us to promote ‘Advanced Commercial Education’ in our country. Modern Business and Commerce...

      574 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Commerce Education and Employability

    AN INSIGHT INTO COMMERCE EDUCATION AND EMPLOYABILITY Runumoni Lahkar Das* Pallavi Kakati* Manoj Kr. Kedia** Introduction: Education is the primary ingredient in any successful profession. The broad objective of any education should be to foster in the students an attitude of...

      4735 Words | 14 Pages   Insurance, Hedge fund, Security (finance), Investment banking

  • Commerce Education and Employability

    COMMERCE EDUCATION AND EMPLOYABILITY It is commonly agreed that education should aim at ‘holistic development’ of the individual. Further, such development should be in harmony with the society and the nature. To quote the great Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo, education should aim at “all round...

      2560 Words | 7 Pages   Entrepreneurship, Social responsibility, Education, Business ethics

  • Career Opportunities with Commerce Education

    Commerce Education As a stream of study, Commerce can be studied right after 10 years of schooling. After the 10 years of schooling – commerce is available as an option in 10+2 or the Higher Secondary level. This paves the way for higher studies in commerce related subjects. The undergraduate and...

      5954 Words | 20 Pages   Bachelor of Commerce, Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Company secretary, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

  • Education, Culture and Commerce Exchange Between Belgium and China

    Education, culture and commerce exchange between Belgium and China I. Introduce the relation of Belgium and China Belgium started to formally declare the establishment of diplomatic relations with China on 25th October 1971. But the first history of relation between China and low country could...

      2517 Words | 7 Pages   Chinese economic reform, Globalization, Open Door Policy, China Central Television

  • Activity Based Learning in Commerce Education - with Special Reference to Vocational Commerece Education

    Activity Based Learning in Commerce Education – With Special Reference to Vocational Commerce Education Dr. P. Veeraiah Assistant Professor (Sr. Scale) Business and Commerce Division, PSS Central Institute of Vocational Education (NCERT), RIE Campus, Shyamla Hills, Bhopal-462 013 (M.P.) E-mail:...

      5587 Words | 19 Pages   Inquiry-based learning, Curriculum, Service-learning, Entrepreneurship

  • “Emerging Trends in Commerce Education to Face the Challenges of Dynamic Business World”

    isrj.net ISSN:-2230-7850 ORIGINAL ARTICLE “Emerging trends in Commerce Education to face the challenges of dynamic business world” Jitendra Ahirrao1 and Prakash Ratanlal Rodiya2 1 Asoociate Professor, Department of Commerce,Smt. Dankunwar Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jalna.E-mail: drahirrao@indiatimes...

      1635 Words | 6 Pages   Valuation (finance), Depreciation, Goodwill (accounting), Tax deduction

  • Commerce

    In a 'demat account' ,shares and securities are held electronically instead of the investor taking physical possession of certificates. A demat account is opened by the investor while registering with an investment broker (or sub-broker). The demat account number is quoted for all transactions to enable...

      2294 Words | 7 Pages   Demat account, Settlement (finance), Depository participant, Security (finance)

  • Commerce

    Year 8 Commerce Bryan Jacob Y8 Political systems of democracy and republic History of Democracy Definition of Democracy * When looked up in the dictionary the word democracy comes up with the meaning “the government by people.” * Democracy is a form of government * It is when everyone...

      251 Words | 2 Pages   Direct democracy, Democracy, Government, Participatory democracy

  • commerce

     E-Banking: A method of banking in which the customer conducts transactions electronically via the Internet. Online banking (or Internet banking or E-banking) allows customers of a financial institution to conduct financial transactions on a secured website operated by the institution, which can...

      272 Words | 2 Pages   Mobile banking, BPAY, Bank, Online banking

  • Commerce

    Application in Business (Theory -50 marks + Practical -50 marks) Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 Total 600 Principles of Marketing* (50) & e-Commerce (50) Economics II & Advanced Business Mathematics Financial Accounting II Direct & Indirect Taxation Cost & Management Accounting 3RDYear ...

      21366 Words | 89 Pages   Supply and demand, Demand curve, Supply (economics), Economic equilibrium

  • commerce

    insurance plan for them. Another option that can reduce premiums is pooling insurance with other small businesses through trade associations, chambers of commerce, and other organizations. The two basic health insurance options are fee for-service arrangements and managed care plans. In a fee-for-service arrangement...

      5730 Words | 21 Pages   Insurance, Liability insurance, Subrogation, Vehicle insurance

  • Commerce

    consumer groups tasked with lodging complaints on behalf of consumers, as well as making available support for activities, such as consumer advice, education, publications, research and alternative dispute resolution through mediation or conciliation. As such, the Act gives rise to the establishment of...

      2134 Words | 7 Pages   Consumer protection, Competition and Consumer Act 2010, Mediation

  • commerce

    DEGREE SUBJECT COMMERCE FACULTY OF COMMERCE 2000 Sr. Name of Students No. 1. Shri Rajesh S. Nitnaware Topic Name of Supervisor Subject “Analytical Study of Implementation of Dr. Ram Kale Reservation Polity In Central Public Sector Under Taking At Nagpur. Commerce Registration ...

      3212 Words | 45 Pages  

  • commerce

    Name: Yer Yan Dong Student ID number: J11008198 Tutorial Group: (Comm101) Lecturer: Kingston Knight Date: 23/8/11 CASE STUDY QUESTION 2.2 (PG 95 - 96) DOES A CORPORATION OWE ITS FIRST LOYALTY AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY TO THE FINANCIAL INTERESTS OF ITS OWNERS OR TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY AND ITS EMPLOYEES...

      148 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Commerce

    1. Al Mamzar Park This is a huge beach side park spread over 100 hectares of land approximately. The park is a perfect place for family picnics or for leisure time on the beach. The uniqueness to the park is provided by the beachfront private chalets and swimming pools, which are available for renting...

      824 Words | 3 Pages   Jumeirah

  • Commerce

    Chea #1 & #8 as a private limited company. A research paper presented in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the course BGCSE Commerce. Candidate Name: Chymia Johnson School Name: St. Andrews School Date Submitted: 29th August, 2013 Table of contents Title...

      2205 Words | 8 Pages   Supermarket, Retail, Ownership, Board of directors

  • commerce

    Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8075530_types-nontraditional-marketing.html http://www.corporate-eye.com http://en.wikipedia.org http://www.business2community.com http://www.marketing-schools.org http://rapidpurple.com http://www.blog.hubspot.com http://www.ehow.com http://www.smithbucklin.com...

      2039 Words | 23 Pages   Marketing, Consumer behaviour, United States presidential election, 2008, In Rainbows

  • commerce

    I am living in the second street of Lingapuram in Kovilmedu. The sanitation is very bad here. The roads here are not swept regularly. They are dirty with full of rubbish. The drainage water flows all over the street, especially during the rainy days. There are many pits on the road. They are filled with...

      545 Words | 3 Pages