If I Were A One Rupee Coin Essays and Term Papers

  • Hard Work

    son. The businessman wanted his son to be hard-working and r esponsible. He wanted him to realize the value of labour. One day he summoned his son and said: .Today, I want you to go out and earn something, failing which you won.t have your meals tonight...The boy was callous and not used...

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  • coins

    Coins are pieces of hard material used primarily as a medium of exchange or legal tender. They are standardized in weight, and produced in large quantities at a mint in order to facilitate trade. They are most often issued by a government.Coins are usually metal or alloy metal, or sometimes made of...

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  • Indian Rupee

    see Indian Rupee (film). Indian rupee ₹ | रुपया (Hindi) | | ISO 4217 code | INR | Central bank | Reserve Bank of India | Website  | www.rbi.org.in | Official user(s) |  India | Unofficial user(s) |  Bhutan (alongside theBhutanese ngultrum)    Nepal (alongside theNepalese rupee) | Inflation...

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  • Brain Teasers

    because one pair of opposite faces will have 1 and 4 on them whose total is not 7, and another pair of opposite faces will have 3 and 6 on them whose total is also not 7. 4. Three faces 5. (a) (ii) (b) (iii) (c) (iv) (d) (i) BRAIN-TEASERS 1. Solve the number riddles: (i) Tell me who I am!...

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  • Coin Detection

    machines cannot be replaced by human in exact recognition of coins. Nowadays, most of the work of the human is replaced by machines. The coin classification of various denominations and finding the sum of the coins is a tedious process. Coin counting machine is user friendly and makes customer operation...

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  • Sammer Kayani

    respected lecturer. Madam Anam Asghar, told us about the term assignment and topic of our own choice, at that time I decided to go for the most important bank, STATE BANK OF PAKISTAN. I had many reasons while selecting this vast and difficult topic. State bank of Pakistan is responsible for the efficient...

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  • Dollarization

    coins and more This blog is meant to display my coins/currency notes, in an informative manner, which would be useful to users in knowing about the history of the period when these coins were minted/persons & imp events they honour/depict, both during British India and Post Independence India....

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  • Fake Currency

    Money as a means of payment, consists of coins, paper money and withdrawable bank deposits. Today, credit cards and electronic cash form an important component of the payment system. For a common person though, money simply means currency and coins. This is so because in India, the payment system, especially...

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  • Short Story

    to its true foe- Hope! Sorry, I had spaced out. Heat does that to me sometimes- self pitying and then personifying it to make myself fit in. The sight of the papers and the pen and the laptop in-front of me weren’t making me feel better either. I needed a breather, so I stepped outside the building with...

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  • A Story with a Moral… Hard Work Bring’s Success.

    fun loving son. The businessman wanted his son to be hard-working and responsible. He wanted him to realize the value of labour. One day he summoned his son and said: “Today, I want you to go out and earn something, failing which you won’t have your meals tonight.”
The boy was callous and not used to any...

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  • Management

    THE PROBLEM OF THE RUPEE: ITS ORIGIN AND ITS SOLUTION (HISTORY OF INDIAN CURRENCY & BANKING) ___________________________________________________________________ _____________________ B. R. AMBEDKAR Sometime Professor of Political Economy at the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics, Bombay...

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  • Economics

    circulation’ includes notes in circulation, rupee coins and small coins. Rupee coins and small coins in the balance sheet of the Reserve Bank of India include ten-rupee coins issued since October 1969, two rupee-coins issued since November 1982 and five rupee coins issued since November 1985. Currency with...

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  • Currency Movement

    The Indian rupee (₹) is the official currency of the Republic of India. The issuance of the currency is controlled by the Reserve Bank of India. The modern rupee is subdivided into 100 paisa (singular paisa), although this division is now theoretical; as of 30 June 2011, coin denominations...

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  • Ashley

    a person usually has to work hard and believe in himself. Being successful at what you do can also be very motivating. People who are successful in one project, tend to be more successful in other projects. This is because they get the feeling that their hard work pays off and that a goal is worth their...

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  • School Captain Speech

    I am a coin of one rupee born in the year 1970. But very sad to say , I can't celebrate my birthday. Because I don't have any birth certificate  so, nobody knows the exact date. The year is only known to me as it's engraved on my body. After I was born I was kept in a locker along with my...

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  • Introduction to Economics

    gold pieces and coins, paper currency notes and demand deposits of banks have served as money at different times and place. At present, to a layman in India the Rupee is the money, in England the Pound and in America the Dollar is the money. But, to an economist, all these are (Rupee, Pound and Dollar)...

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  • Autobiography of a Coin

    Autobiography of a Coin I was born in Mint near Mumbai. I am twelve years old and I was sent to Kolkata from Mumbai. You know who I am? Guess! I am a two rupee coin. I am telling you the days that I nearly spent. When I was made I was bright and shiny, but the man who was carrying me was careless and...

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  • Devaluation

    noticeable factors in the erosion of Pak rupee. This study argues that internal as well as external factors are responsible for this nosedive. CURRENCY DEFINITION (1) A currency is a unit of exchange, facilitating the transfer of goods and/or services. It is one form of money, where money is anything...

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  • Banking Law in India

    general superintendence and direction of the Bank is entrusted to Central Board of Directors of 20 members, the Governor and four Deputy Governors, one Government official from the Ministry of Finance, ten nominated Directors by the Government to give representation to important elements in the economic...

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  • Currency Market

    _________________------------------------------------------------- DIRECTORSIBM | DECLARATION I, HUSSEINI BABU MULLA of Master of Management Studies SEM-II of Sinhgad Institute of Business Management (SIBM), hereby declare that I have successfully completed this Project on STUDY OF CURRENCY MARKET in the academic...

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