• All About Internal Audit
    since 1990s as a result of the accelerating growth at the world economies. It can be observed that auditing in the present day has expanded beyond the basic financial statement attest function. Present-day auditing has developed into new processes that build on a business risk perspective of their clients...
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  • Asfasfas
    Schatz, DSW Mona C. S. Schatz, DSW, Professor at the School of Social Work, Colorado State University, and currently serves as the Director, Education and Research Institute for Fostering Families, Ft. Collins, CO 80523-1586, USA, 970-491-5459, schatz@cahs.colostate.edu. This paper was presented...
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  • An Assessment of the Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Nigerian Society: the Examples of Banking and Communication Industries
    As an improvement on the above definitions, Koontz and O’Donnell (1968) defined social responsibility as the personal obligation of everyone, as he acts in his own interests, but he must always have due regard that his freedom does not restrict others from doing the same thing. He further noted that...
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  • Daber India
    “Resolved That pursuant to the provisions of Sections 269, 198, 309, 310 and 311 read with Schedule XIII and other applicable provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 including any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof, subject to the approval of the Central Government and pursuant to the approval of...
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  • Corporate Governance
    [pic] TERM PAPER OF “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ETHICS” COURSE CODE: MGT-591 SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTEDTO: IMRAN ANSARI Mr. Puneet Bawa SECTION: RS1906 ROLL NO.: RS1906B50 REG. NO.: 10906851 ...
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  • Promise and Performance of Different Regimes in Bangladesh
    election held in March 7, 1973. Major successes of the government include: 1. Introduction of the Kudrat-e-Khuda Education Commission (1973) for framing a scientific and secular education policy. 2. Twenty five years peace and friendship agreement 1974. 3. Border demarcation agreement signed between...
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  • Csr in Tqm
    ac.uk and Denis Leonard, is a Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin, USA Abstract The aim of this paper is to explore how quality management can act as a foundation and key catalyst for developing corporate social responsibility (CSR) within organizations. CSR is an emergent discourse within organizational...
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  • Critically Analyse Why Some Children Are More Vulnerable to Exploitation and Its Impact on Their Attainment of Rights. You Can Illustrate Your Answer with Example(S).
    children’s rights. Furthermore considering the theoretical perspectives on the constructions of childhood and the needs and rights of all children. The 2001 national census of India estimated the total number of child labourers, aged 5 years to 14 years to be at 12.6 million. However, Child labour issues...
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  • Paper
    E D U C AT I O N R E F O R M I N PA K I S TA N : B U I L D I N G F O R T H E F U T U R E Contributors: Shahid Javed Burki Christopher Candland Grace Clark Ishrat Husain International Crisis Group Jonathan Mitchell, Salman Humayun, and Irfan Muzaffar Tariq Rahman Michelle Riboud Ahsan Saleem ...
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  • The Relationship Between Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
    social responsibility (CSR) refers to a company’s obligations to act to protect and improve societies’ welfare as well as its own interests (Bartol et al, 2003). However, there is a range of number of definitions of CSR: Carroll (2001) defined corporate social responsibility as “economic, legal, ethical...
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  • Term
    References: Text: • Bhattacharya, S.K. and Dearden, J. 2006 - Accounting for Management, Vikas Publishing House References: • Narayanaswamy R,2005, 2nd Edition,Finanacial Accounting –A Managerial Perspective,PHI (Prentice Hall of India.) • Maheshwari S N and S K Maheshwari, 2006, Accounting...
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  • Ref Guide
    canberra library and Academic Skills program 2010 published by: university of canberra library and Academic Skills program university of canberra Act 2601 AuStrAliA first published 1986 Second edition 1988 Second edition, revised 1990 third edition 1999 fourth edition 2003 fifth edition 2007 Sixth...
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  • Annual Report Fro Dabur India Limited
    DABUR INDIA LIMITED ANNUAL REPOR T w w w. d a b u r. c o m Report on Corporate Governance Directors’ Report 06 Auditors’ Report 13 Financial Statements 17 Consolidated Financial Statements 18 Statements as per US GAAP 25 31 CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE Dear Shareholders, BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mr V C Burman...
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  • Io in Tourism
    2003:286) that involves multiple stakeholders. Within tourism literature, it is recognized that stakeholders may carry different interests (Ramırez 2001), define their role in different ways ´ Giuseppe Marzano is the Dean of the San Francisco Business School in Quito, Ecuador. He is also Honorary Research...
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  • Child Act
    Assessment task – TDA 3.2 Schools as organisations (continue) * Summarise the laws and practise affecting work in schools Data Protection Act 1998: This act is a way for people to control information about themselves. It mentions that personal information should only be kept for intended purpose and...
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  • Bihar Growing
    BALANCE (this is where we started) LOW PER CAPITA INCOME 25000 20000 15000 10000 7690 5000 3334 0 1993-94 2003-04 3776 21142 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2001 2005 20.7 27.8 56.7 66 LOW GROWTH RATE LOW CREDIT DEPOSIT RATIO 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 8.5 7 5.5 4.01 2.9 India Bihar 9th Plan 10th...
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  • role play
    child labour, educate those children and shape their future, says Kalpana Sankar, CEO, Hand in Hand. Talking to OneWorld, she discusses issues of governance, sanitation and mobilising the power of grassroots groups for sustainable development. OneWorld: Please throw some light on the issues you work...
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  • RURALITY AND RURAL POVERTY: WHAT IT MEANS TO BE POOR; A CASE OF TWO VILLAGES IN NORTHERN PROVINCE OF RWANDA
    population will reach its peak and then start to decline and thereafter the developing countries’ urban population would overtake its rural population. The basic fact is that most of these people in rural areas live in poverty, finding it difficult to enjoy the necessities of life. According to the World Poverty...
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  • Managing Is the Post Managerialist Era
    responsible corporate governance John Simmons Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK Keywords Managers, Stakeholders, Managerialism, Corporate governance Abstract This paper uses stakeholder theory to critique the morality of managerialism, and advocates “ethical corporate governance” as an alternative...
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  • Rurality in Post Industrial Society
    practice essential to the quantitative empirical study of urbanization. Why Do We Need To Know What Is Rural In Postindustrial Society? At the most basic level, urbanization cannot be understood without also examining the nature of rurality. Perhaps it is axiomatic, but urbanization cannot proceed in...
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