• Agricultural Growth and Economic Deveolpment
    ] A.G.Leonard Sj [2006] – “ Tamilnadu Economy”, Macmillan India ltd, pp.157-170. 3] Dr.Chandra shekhar Prasad [2009]- “ Agriculture and Rural Development in India Since 1947”, New Century Publication, New Delhi, pp. 21-41. 4] Misra & poori [2010] – “Indian Economy”, Himalaya Publication, New...
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  • Csr at Ongc
    (commerce and industry), in May 2005. ------------------------------------------------- Introduction In May 2006, ONGC Ltd. (ONGC), a major Indian public sector company in the petroleum industry, received the 'Golden Jubilee Award for Corporate Social Responsibility in Emerging Economies - 2006', at...
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  • Organizational Study in Madras Cements Ltd
    china. In total, India manufactures 251.2 million tons of cement per year. The cement industry in India has received a great imputes from a number of infrastructure projects taken up by the government of like road networks and housing facilities. While the Indian cement industry enjoys a...
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  • A Study on Asset Liability Management Affecting the Financial Performance, with Reference to Kse Limited, Irinjalakuda, Thrissur
    network across Kerala and Tamilnadu. The work culture of KSE is an exception to the rule in the strife ridden industrial climate of Kerala. It’s matter of pride and credit to KSE that, during the quarter century of its active operations, the days lost to industries is only 23 days. This fact...
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  • Titan
    expected to encourage more new watch industries. Predictions in the industry are that a shift from the present manufacture of automatic & mechanical watches is inevitable. The current trend in the Indian markets is towards the more sophisticated models. All over the world mechanical wound...
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  • Personality
    and Wipro, (leading Indian IT corporations) who began their careers as technology professionals much in the same way Kalam did. Personal life: APJ Abdul Kalam was born in 1931 in a middle-class family in Rameshwaram, Tamilnadu, a town well-known for its Hindu shrines. His mother tongue is Tamil...
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  • Statement of Purpose
    Cystic fibrosis which have helped me to improve my academic skills. I had undergone training at various research centers during my summer vacation on topics such as “Electrophoresis at Yercaud Biotech”, “Effluent Treatment at TNPL (Tamilnadu Newsprint and Papers Limited)”, “Plant Tissue Culture...
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  • Wellness Tourism
    and lifestyle healthcare services with the strong desire to travel overseas. The global advancement in medical research and technologies, increased facililities of transportation and demand of immediate quality healthcare have provided the patients worldwide to travel abroad for treatments. The Indian...
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  • History of Indian Textiles
    India.Total contribution to the economy/ salesIndian textile industry is one of largest Industries in Indian Economy. In 2000-01, the textile and garment industries accounted for about 4% of GDP, 14%of industrial output, 18% of industrial employment and 27% of export earnings. Indian textile industry is...
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  • Basic
    Empowerment Council for Tamilnadu. She has assisted in preparing the first Affirmative Action Council report lead by Confederation of Indian Industry- India and has served as advisory member for various councils to establish CSR guidelines. She has published and presented papers in International forums on...
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  • World tourism is considered as a significant factor in the economy
    and affordable air travel deals to woo inbound visitors from every segment. 1.2 Present Scenario of Tourism in India The Indian Tourism sector is one of the largest service industries in the country in terms of its contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Foreign Exchange Earnings...
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  • Tourism
    number of wax personalities of Indian history, culture and heritage. The Goa Carnival is a world famous event, with colorful masks and floats, drums and reverberating music, and dance performances. The celebrations run three days culminating in a carnival parade on fat Tuesday. Himachal Pradesh...
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  • Hfvksldglskhol
    communication tool in the era of globalization has become mandatory for those who wish to participate in globalization and take advantage of what globalization offers in terms of culture, job, travel, technical knowledge and practice. It has come to pass that most of us in Tamilnadu have no other choice but...
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  • Iso 26000:2010 - Social Responsibility Standard: a New Framework Into Practice for Human Rights and Intelectual Property Rights
    ISO 26000:2010 - SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STANDARD: A NEW FRAMEWORK INTO PRACTICE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS BY R. VINOBA SELVANDURAI., M.A., M.L.,B.L.I.Sc., P.G.D.C.A., Guest Faculty in Government Law College, Thirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India and Research Scholar, The...
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  • Impact of Media
    films were related to western cultures which are not relevant to the Indian society, e.g. kissing, bed room scene etc. Some scene affects the moral of the Christians and non-Christians which is directly and indirectly related to the Christian ministry. It diluted religiosity and accepted as casual...
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  • MRF LTD
    industry as against a global trend of 60 percentages. The tyre industry is a major consumer of the domestic rubber production. The degree of contribution towards the material content in the Indian tyre industry by the Natural Rubber constitutes about 80% and the remaining 20% contribution is made by...
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  • Kathak and Its Integral Parts
    Indian classical dance styles, as they are not affixed to a pad or strip of leather. Rather, they are individually woven along a thick string. Elements Kathak is the beautiful result of the Hindu and Muslim cultures. It embodies and reflects the dance characteristics of both the cultures. Drama...
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  • Employee Attitude
    Business Administration Manonmaniam Sundarnar University, Tamilnadu, India. To the best of the my knowledge the report i) Embodies the work of the candidate him/herself, ii) Has duly been completed, iii) Fulfils the requirement of the ordinance relating to the MBA degree of the...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    . In Ghana, it was suggested that the definition should include the notion of:  a global perspective which respects local culture  building local capacity leaving a positive legacy  empowerment and ownership  teaching employees skills and enabling communities to be self...
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  • History of Evangelical Works of Missionaries in Puducherry
    population and nurtured the local customs, manners and culture. They were one with the local people in their aspirations. They learned the language of the people and made contributions to their development. They were not supercilious in their demeanour and conduct. They were ever ready to...
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