• general topics
    software. Govt contribution to IT is china a threat to Indian industry India or west , which is the land of opportunities water resources should be nationalized "BALANCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONALISM AND FAMILY" Effect of cinema on Youth Education in India compared to Foreign nations...
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  • essays, speeches
    practical aspect with lot of expertise. There are wide and broader aspects and prospects of education in foreign nations as students not only are focused to marks but to knowledge and developing a student will help the country to develop are there ideology. In India after getting certificates, to get in...
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  • Gd Topics
    opportunities? 7.      Water resources should be nationalised. 8.      Effect of cinema on Youth 9.      Education in India compared to Foreign nations 10.  What is the effect of movies on youth?  Is it good or bad? 11.  Are studies more beneficial in India or in Abroad? 12.  "Environment...
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  • Global Context
    in the United States compared to other post industrial nations. Furthermore, as of 2005, 69% of Americans resided or owned their own homes. This is roughly the same percentage in comparison to that of the United Kingdom, another westernized country ranked in the top 20 countries in terms of having...
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  • India Vs China manufacturing Assignment
    WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING I MACRO LEVEL INDICATORS IN MANUFACTURING AND CHINESE THREAT TO INDIA COMPETITIVENESS Introduction: As goes manufacturing, goes the nation. Recent trends in the global manufacturing industry has seen a paradigm shift in the relationship between the various...
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  • Singapore growth model
     service  sector  is  high.       GDP  OF  SINGAPORE  COMPARED  TO  OTHER  NATIONS     1,00,00,000   USA,  94,85,136   90,00,000   80,00,000   China,  89,08,894   70,00,000   60,00,000   50,00,000   India...
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  • India as an emerging economy
    36.2 compared to 60.3 in the US (Fig 9) it only shows that the technological advancement is inadequate further solidifying its position as an emerging economy instead of a developed economy, the statistical data above indicate India is an ideal nation for critiquing issues preventing or hindering...
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  • Gd Topics
    1. US war on iraq-justified or not. 2. Role of UN in peacekeeping. 3. Position of Women in India compared to other nations. 4. Environment MAnagement. 5. Is China better than India in software. 6.Should SONIA gandhi be made the PM 7. BPOs in INDIA 8. Govt contribution to IT 9. will punch...
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  • Education in India
    nations as in India they have a friendly and cordial relations which helps a student to get send his/her children to school, the government would not interfere Education in India is worst compared with other countries as in India, education is very theoretical based and deep practical or logical...
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  • Brain Drain
    means the people who study in their own nation and after study they go to foreign countries to work and earn money. Brain drain has actually become a problem and a subject of worry for the under developed and developing countries like INDIA. 70% Students in these countries think that there are much...
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  • Liberalisation, Privatisation and Industrialisation in India
    the country compared to the other emerging markets like China, Brazil and Mexico. The Foreign Institutional Investment flows to India are very high India is believed to be a good investment destination among the Europe investors, despite political uncertainty, bureaucratic hassles, shortage power...
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  • Bric Nation Gdp Analysis
    form the back bone for employment are neglected over the years. India’s Labor regulations, inequalities and inadequacies in the education system and child labor are some of the important reasons for unemployment. Compared to other nations, China has a declining unemployment rate. The latest figure...
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  • Group Discussion
    . Education in India compared to Foreign nations 17. Is it necessary to ban COCOCOLA in India. 18. What is the effect of movies on youth.(is it good or bad) 19. Are studies more benifitial in India or in Abroad. 20."UN's peace activities" and "America's war on Iraq". 21."Environment-Whose...
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  • Indias Economy
    MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS. ASSIGNMENT # 1. [pic] [pic] [pic] TOPICS COVERED: • ECONOMY OF INDIA, • POPULATION, • EDUCATION, • MACRO ECONOMIC, • GDP, • FDI, • FII, • BOP, • ECONOMIC POLICY, • INTREST RATES...
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  • Globalization of Indian Economy
    establishing their branches in other nations. Due to globalization in — a student gets foreign education in his own country. India has also lunched many sub-centre of different educational institutions in other countries. Today, Indian economy is burgeoning due to globalization, ergo contribution...
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  • India vs China
    estimated to have stockpiled about 50-70 nuclear warheads. The most powerful warhead tested by India had an yield of 0.05 megatons which is quite small compared to China’s highest yield of 4 megatons. India’s nuclear delivery system consists of bombers, supersonic cruise missiles and medium range...
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  • India
    thirty-five United Nation (UN) peacekeeping force across four continents that involving more than 55,000 personnel. In addition for future concerns, India is pursuing Independent foreign policy. The main warm issue, which remains today, is the negotiation process of Safeguard agreement between...
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  • Fdi in India
    one of the best examples of such disputes. India has a huge pool of working population. However, due to poor quality primary education and higher there is still an acute shortage of talent. This factor has negative repercussion on domestic and foreign business. FDI in Education Sector is less than...
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  • Econ
    advantage in assembly line robot production. Therefore, India would export hand-made rugs after opening to trade and Canada would export robots. 2.“Singapore in 1965 was a low-skill labour abundant country compared to the rest of the world and exported low skill labour intensive goods like garments...
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  • Brain Drain
    skills by his own effort in India. He didn't go to any foreign country even though he became a great scientist and president too. So we too can prove our self to be an Indian and offer our knowledge to our country. Its good that people are going for research. But most of them Start working for other...
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