• Macro & Micro Environment Analysis
    Member, Executive Committee; Vice President, Finance; Chief Financial Office. J&J in INDIA Johnson & Johnson spread its roots to the world’s largest democracy, India, during the endemic post-independence turmoil of 1947.  It was Mr. Patrick Whaley who set about with confidence and determination...
    Premium 3263 Words 14 Pages
  • Literature
    can be defined as a literature of ex-colonies. In spite of the geographical divisions, the issues dealt in the literature of Australia. New Zealand, India, Africa, Caribbean islands, Pakistan etc., Where colonial rule was present-come under the same category, hence the nomenclature ‘Commonwealth Literature’...
    Premium 2695 Words 11 Pages
  • Famous Musicians
    2001 Background information Born 9 March 1951 (age 58) Mumbai, Maharashtra Origin India Genre(s) Indian classical music Occupation(s) Tabla Instrument(s) Tabla Years active 1963 - present Label(s) HMV Ustad Zakir Hussain (Hindi: ज़ाकिर हुसैन, Urdu: زاکِر حسین), (born 9 March 1951)...
    Premium 13556 Words 55 Pages
  • Branding Banking Products and Services
    banking sector. We trace the evolution of branding of banks in India and look at certain branding stories. We also look at the fundamental differences that exist between the branding of banking products and services in more mature markets and India and look at Standard Chartered and HSBC. The appendix to this...
    Premium 3453 Words 14 Pages
  • GOAT MILK COMPOSITION AND ITS NUTRITIVE VALUE
    GOAT MILK COMPOSITION AND ITS NUTRITIVE VALUE BY: AYSHESHIM MEBRAT (5th, YEAR) ADVISOR: EYOB IBRAHIM (DVM, MSc, Assistant Prof.) A SEMINAR PAPER PRESENTED FOR THE COURSE: SEMINAR ON ANIMAL HEALTH (BMSC-502) ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE AND AGRICULTURE ...
    Premium 6733 Words 27 Pages
  • Effect of Board Size on Performance
    R E S E A R C H includes research articles that focus on the analysis and resolution of managerial and academic issues based on analytical and empirical or case research Influence of Board Size and Independence on Firm Performance: A Study of Indian Companies Ajay Kumar Garg Executive Summary ...
    Premium 14391 Words 58 Pages
  • Innovation in advertisement
    Advertisement 5.2 Cinemas as a tool of Advertisement 6. INFLUENCE OF FAMILY IN ADVERTISING 6.1 Changing role of woman in advertising 6.2 Kids rock the advertising world 6.3 Men‟s role in advertising 6.4 Animation in advertisings 7. DEGREE OF DIFFERENCE OF ADVERTISING IN REGIONS & MARKETS 7.1 Humor versus...
    Premium 14792 Words 60 Pages
  • Ethnography
    word for word from recording. S- What’s the most important holiday in Chile’s culture? B- Independence, which is September 18th. S- Why is that? When did you get Independence? B- September 18, 1810 from Spain. It’s a big holiday. It’s celebrated for two days but kids have a whole entire week off....
    Premium 1869 Words 8 Pages
  • India
    ■ Vol. 2 Issue 9 India Review A Publication of the Embassy of India, Washington, D.C. September 2006 ■ www.indianembassy.org Independence Day in D.C. Ambassador Ronen Sen unfurling the tricolour at the Embassy Residence to mark the 60th Independence Day on August 15. ! Prime Minister Manmohan Singh...
    Premium 15395 Words 62 Pages
  • Research Paper
    City composition I live in Delhi. It is my home town. Delhi is the capital of India. It is a beautiful city. It stands on the bank of river Yamuna. Delhi was born during the Mahabharata time, about 1000 BC. Since then it took seven births. During this period, it faced Aryans, Mughals and Britishers...
    Premium 2129 Words 9 Pages
  • Education Essay
    Fulfilling Our Potential It is a fact that we learn something new every single day. Likewise, school isn't every single day, yet it is crucial to develop certain skills and build better futures for students. There is always focus being turned to the American...
    Premium 1934 Words 8 Pages
  • Business English
    regional characteristics and movements. Demographic trends are highly reliable for the short ad intermediate run. There is little excuse for a company’s being suddenly surprised by demographic development. The singer Company should have known for years that its sewing machines business would be hurt by...
    Premium 6448 Words 26 Pages
  • Ar Rahaman
    Madras","Isai Puyal","Lord Of Muzik","Child Prodigy" And more Date Of Birth::6th january,1966(Thursday)..Now he's into his 40's Birth Place::Chennai Nationality::India [pic] Father::R.K.Shekar Mother::Kareema Begum(Kasthuri) Siblings::Raihanah (Kanchana), Fatima Talat (Bala) and Ishrath ...
    Premium 9143 Words 37 Pages
  • Maggi Marketing Plan
    way for Maggi and other easy to make food product. Nestle India launched Maggi 2 minute noodles, an instant noodles, in the year 1980. In the year 1947, Maggi had merge with Nestle and today, Maggi is well known in many countries as well as India, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Nigeria, the...
    Premium 4879 Words 20 Pages
  • Ray Ban Case Study
    as proposed by the advertising agency, has analyzed and described the complete `planning cycle'. 2.2 THE AGENCY BRIEF Ray-ban was launched in India in mid-1992. Today the brand is doing reasonably well, but still has to cross the main hurdle. 2.2.1 Historical Background In 1930 the first Ray-Ban...
    Premium 3413 Words 14 Pages
  • Indian Consumers
    The Indian Consumer The middle class male consumer The middle class of India is for whom most of the advertising is targeted. Even in the lower middle class, consumer products like biscuits, talcum powder, hair oil, hair cream, toilet soaps, leather foot ware, casual foot ware, wrist watches, quartz...
    Premium 7120 Words 29 Pages
  • Nitya
    attracting public attention for quite some time in India. The topic is no longer confined to the halls of academia and is increasingly finding acceptance for its relevance and underlying importance in the industry and capital markets. Progressive firms in India have voluntarily put in place systems of good...
    Premium 12263 Words 50 Pages
  • Corporate Governance
    telecommunication services with presence in all the 22 licensed jurisdictions( also known as Telecom Circles ) in India and in Sri Lanka. It served an aggregate of 133,708,496 customers as of April 30, 2010, in India; of whom 130,616,487 subscribe to GSM services and 3,092,009 use Telemedia Services either for voice...
    Premium 3532 Words 15 Pages
  • The Scenerio of Music Industry in Bangladesh
    sphares of life. But popular forms of music like folk,Rabindra Shangit,Nazrul Shangit etc are loosing popularity and also loosing quality listeners day by day as most of us do not get the chance to know or learn this forms of music. Still there is a group of people who are still practicing these traditional...
    Premium 1855 Words 8 Pages
  • Yojna Magazine
    INNOVATIONS .....................................26 DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN INDIA: 1947-2012 J V Vil’anilam .................................................................................28 TOWARDS A HEALTHIER INDIA Ambrish Kumar ....................................................................
    Premium 42424 Words 170 Pages