• Nehruvian Development
    Nehurvian Development and Planning Germinated from India’s colonial-capitalist experience and anti-colonial struggle, Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister, created a model of development with the intention of India being master of its own fate. India, newly independent and with a economy...
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  • Mergers & Aquisitions -Hr Dimensions
    as many organisations have realized that mere recognition of potential synergy is no guarantee of success of many a merger and acquisition activity. This of course was learned at a cost, once the failure loomed larger on the budding organisation post M&A. There are several issues that are to be dealt...
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  • Economic Environment in India
    Features of Indian Economy, India in World Economy. Economic Policies : Agriculture Policy, Industrial Policy, Commercial Policy & Fiscal Policy. Economic Planning : Meaning, Importance, Objectives & Techniques of Planning. II. III. Section – B I. Significance of Agriculture in Indian Economy and...
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  • Globle Hrm Aspeccts in Erp Systems & Projects
    Sub Theme: GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASPECTS OF ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEMS PROJECTS Abstract: Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems have become increasingly popular in modern business operations over the last decade. The purpose of this research paper has been to investigate...
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  • Hi.. Im Saad..
    Economic Planning Meaning and Need for Planning The 20 th century was an era of planning. Almost every country had some sort of planning. In socialist countries, planning is almost a religion. Even in countries like the U.S.A. and the U.K. with a capitalistic system, they have partial planning. The 19th...
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  • snapshot of Indian and Greece economy
     Brief overview of Indian Economy The Indian Economy is among the largest 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...
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  • Culturally Sensitive Counseling
    SENSITIVE TREATMENT AND COUNSELING Effects of Culturally Sensitive Treatment and Counseling on Native American Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers' Success Table of Contents Page Abstract ...
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  • Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs
    financial interest of 51% of the capital and giving at least 51% of the employment generated in the enterprise to women “.The major factors hindering the success of women units are availability of raw materials, finance, labor, power supply, marketing, entrepreneurial problems and social and cultural factors...
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  • Research
    10, No. 1, pp. 35-44, 2010 Critical Failure Factors for Enterprise Resource Planning Implementations in Indian Retail Organizations: An Exploratory Study Poonam Garg1 Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad - India Abstract Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are increasingly being adopted...
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  • Economic Planning
    Types of Economic Planning  Planning by Inducements Planning by inducement is often referred to as ‘indicative planning’  or  ‘market incentives’  . In such type of planning, the market is manipulated through incentives andinducements. Accordingly, in this system there is persuasion rather than...
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  • 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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  • Business Leadership
    seeing a convergence of globalization, atomization and power of communication. India also, is obviously feeling the effects of this convergence and the success of leadership in India in the decades to come will be measured by how well this confluence is managed. Another important area to focus upon for the...
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  • Understanding Supply Chain
    OBJECTIVES After reading this chapter, you will be able to: I. Discuss the goal of a supply chain and explain the impact of supply chain decisions on the success of a finn. 2. Identify the three key supply chain decision phases and explain the significance of each one. 3. Describe the cycle and push/pull views...
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  • Challenges to the Indian Banking Industry in M&a
    Challenges to the Indian bank – Merger & Acquisition Abstract The new business environment mainly driven by globalization and liberalization has provided tremendous opportunity for the Indian banking industry to grow. The buoyant economy, deregulation and increasing consumer demand has led the...
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  • Indian Economic History
    did in fact produce economic efficiency was a heavily regulated and centrally planned economy which occurred with the Indian Independence in 1947. For over five decades, the Indian government slowly ‘practiced an ounce’ of liberalisation rather than completely opening up their economy to globalisation...
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  • Village India
    their essentially the need to improve the life of rural people. Several efforts made ,many policies are planned but their is huge gap between the planning and implementation. There is need to make strong steps to improve the life of our farmers who cultivate the crops for the country. Then only we can...
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  • Coca Cola
    A PROJECT REPORT ON ECONOMIC PLANNING SUBMITTED TO: Prof. Virendra Chavda Faculty Member, NSVKMS MBA College – Visnagar (Affiliated with Hem. North Gujarat University, Patan) In partial fulfillment of subject of Business environment in the Programme of MBA Sem II On ...
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  • Marketing Strategies of G'Five and Apple
    Abstract 3 2. Introduction 4 2.1 Years 2000 – 2003 5 2.2 Years 2004 – 2006 6 2.3 Years 2007 – 2009 7 2.4. Year 2010 9 2.5.The Current Indian Market Scenario 9 3. Motorola: From a market leader to its downfall in ten years 12 3.1. Overview 12 3.2. Successful Years: 2000 to 2007 13 3.3 The Fall 14 ...
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  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON EVENT ORGANISATION WITH SPECIAL REFERNCE TO INDIAN COMPANIES (PERCEPT)
    brief on present scenario of Indian event management industry with respect to Percept. Objective of the Study: The events industry is a complex, dynamic environment and as such the aims of the project are to ensure that individuals working in the area of Events Planning, Organization and Implementation...
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  • Case Study on India China Infrastructure
    infrastructure development was propelled by a substantial and sustained drive supported by the government. The most remarkable common factor behind the success of infrastructure in China was the single-minded goal of sustaining economic growth and recognition of the importance of infrastructure development...
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