• Planning in India
    Five Year Plans of India” RAVI RANJAN SINGH AND GROUP Members Of Planning Commission Of India  Chairman  Deputy Chairman  Member Secretary - - Dr. Manmohan Singh (Prime Minister) Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia Ms Sindhushree Kullar 2 Why to Plan ??? After independence, India...
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  • Role of Non-Credit Inputs in Implementation of Agricultural Financial Schemes in India
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  • Power Sector
    INFRASTRUCTURE & GOVERNMENT Power Sector in India White paper on Implementation Challenges and Opportunities For release at the Energy Summit, Nagpur - January 2010 KPMG IN INDIA Table of Contents 1 Indian Power Industry - Current Scenario & Opportunities Ahead 2 2 Central and...
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  • Plan
    Five-Year Plans (FYPs) are centralized and integrated national economic programs. Joseph Stalin implemented the first FYP in the Soviet Union in the late 1920s. Most communist states and several capitalist countries subsequently have adopted them. China and India both continue to use FYPs, although...
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  • snapshot of Indian and Greece economy
    economies of the world ranking ninth position in terms of GDP and ranking fourth in terms of PPP. India is part of the BRICS and of the G-20 nations, moreover, to being participants of the ASEAN. In India, the per capita GDP was $3,408 in 2010, turning it a low-income group countries. The Indian economy...
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  • Coca Cola
    SUBMITTED BY: PUNIT LIMBACHIYA (34) BHAVIN PANCHAL (45) TEJAS PANDYA (49) PREFACE Life is full of efforts and struggles and, success and failures. But the sincere efforts done in right direction and at right time will give us fruits of success as a student of management faculty we are expected...
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  • For Study Material
    10th Five Year Plan The 10th Five Year Plan (2002-2007) targets at a GDP growth rate of 8% per annum. Taking note of the inabilities of the earlier Five Years Plans, especially that of the 9th Five Year Plan, the Tenth Five Year Plan decides to take up a resolution for immediate implementation of all...
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  • Five Yr Plan
    The 10th Five Year Plan (2002-2007) targets at a GDP growth rate of 8% per annum.Taking note of the inabilities of the earlier Five Years Plans, especially that of the 9th Five Year Plan, the Tenth Five Year Plan decides to take up a resolution for immediate implementation of all the policies formulated...
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  • National Electricity Policy
    Table of Contents: I. National Electricity Policy and Plan 2 II. Aims & Objectives of National Electricity Policy 3 III. Key Features of National Electricity Policy 6 IV. National Electricity Policy for 11th Five-Year Plan 10 V. Central Electricity Authority 11 VI. Organizational...
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  • Plan
    In approving the Approach Paper to the Tenth Plan, the NDC also adopted a set of quantifiable and monitorable targets which would enable us to focus on accelerating growth, not only as an end in itself but also as the means to achieve success in other dimensions such as poverty reduction, employment...
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  • Ice Cream in India
    R., 2010) (Appendix 1.2) I will focus on age group 0-14 years old. * McNeal, J. (1999) explains, that marketers are trying to develop and built brand awareness, preference and recognition from early age. 2-5 years olds demonstrate brand knowledge. (AEF, 2012) Brand preference...
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  • Agriculture Essay 6
    indicated lower foodgrain production in the current financial year as well as food price inflation. As of July 6, 2009, monsoon was 44% deficient in the region that includes Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh—the granary of India (The Times of India, 2009). The Budget 2009-10, presented by the Minister...
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  • Current Affairs
    no syllabus for essay. Anything under sun can be asked. But, if we analyse previous year paper, it is conspicuous to find some root topics. For example, there is at least one question on women empowerment every year. So, the topic ‘Women Empowerment’ is a root topic. Topics: 1. Women Empowerment ...
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  • Gujrat
    ..................... 7 ECONOMIC HALLMARKS ....................................................................................... 16 THE MASTER PLAN - PANCHAMRUT PHILOSOPHY ................... 23 1. GYAN SHAKTHI - Emphasising and using the power of knowledge .................... 23 2. URJA SHAKTHI...
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  • Economic Environment in India
    ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT OF INDIA Section – A I. Economic Environment : Meaning, Factors affecting Economic Environment, Basic Features of Indian Economy, India in World Economy. Economic Policies : Agriculture Policy, Industrial Policy, Commercial Policy & Fiscal Policy. Economic Planning : Meaning...
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  • Non Renewable Energy Sources
    subsequent generations. In the quest to sustain galloping economic activity, the dependence on coal and oil has soared at a phenomenal rate over the years. The burnt fuels result in the release of carbondioxide and other gases into the atmosphere causing environmental damage. It has become imperative to...
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  • Coordinated Action on Skill Development
    THE NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION BOARD (NSDCB) HELD UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF THE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, PLANNING COMMISSION. ORDERS CONSTITUTING FIVE SUB-COMMITTEES OF THE NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION BOARD NATIONAL POLICY ON SKILL DEVELOPMENT SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES OF...
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  • Fyp's in India
    of India’s five year plans. India’s five year plans are also supervised by the Planning commission. Currently, the 11th Five Year Plan, is underway. India’s 10th Five Year Plan, ended its tenure in the month of March, 2007. An overview of India’s Five Year Plans: 1st five year plan: The 1st...
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  • Five Year Plans of India
    Five Year Plans in India Five Year Plans India at the time of independence was left with crippling economy by British, which needed attention and well planned strategies to boom again in the global market. The pioneers of the Indian government at then times formulated 5 years plan to develop the...
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  • Research Paper
    during the project. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY India has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Its current economic performance reflects a healthy trend based on increased consumption, investments and exports. Over the next five years, this growth is expected to continue. Growth...
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