• Nehruvian Development
    irrigation project consisting of the Bhakra Dam, Hirakud Dam and the Mettur Dam, which later could be potentially harnessed for energy. The success of the first five-year economic planning led to a Nehruvian India that readily embraced the industrial focused economic planning in the years to...
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  • Economic Environment in India
    4.4 Techniques of Planning 4.5 Salient Features of India’s Five Year Plan 4.6 Ninth Plan 4.7 Tenth Plan 2. 16-24 3. 25-36 4. 37-50 Section - B 5. Agriculture 5.1 Significance of Agriculture in Indian Economy 5.2 New Agriculture Strategy 5.3 Agriculture Finance (Kisan Credit...
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  • Hi.. Im Saad..
    and privatization policies in 1991, even Indian planning, in a way, has become indicative planning. 79 Economic plans can also be divided into midterm plans, shorterm plans and perspective plans. Our Five Year Plans are in fact, midterm plans. Short term plans are Annual Plans. During the...
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  • Mergers & Aquisitions -Hr Dimensions
    process that started in the year 1991. The M&A activity is not just limited to among the Indian companies but spread across the globe, the sectors which have gone global include IT, auto, pharmacy, chemicals, light engineering and entertainment. The major boost that has facilitated global acquisitions...
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  • snapshot of Indian and Greece economy
    product. Areas covered: India's five year plans, the 1st plan dealt with seven categories. It was based on Harrod-Domar Model. With this plan, the Planning Commission tried to address the problems of the agricultural sector, which was severely hit after the partition of the country. The total...
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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...
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  • Globle Hrm Aspeccts in Erp Systems & Projects
    implementations. ERP implementation success and failure factors On one hand, ERP systems promise to improve organisation’s key performance indicators such as proficiency, efficiency, profitability, customer satisfaction and other measures of value. On the other hand, ERP systems are highly...
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  • Culturally Sensitive Counseling
    American Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers' Success By examining the affect of culturally sensitive treatment and case planning on tribal vocational rehabilitation outcomes, this study seeks to show how cultural issues affect the success of cases in tribal VR. In many tribal programs, impediments to...
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  • Research
    Journal of Information Technology Impact Vol. 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...
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  • Understanding Supply Chain
    of supply chain flows (product, information, and funds) and the success of a supply chain. Wal-Mart, Dell Computer, and SevenEleven Japan are examples of companies that have built their success on superior design, planning, and operation of their supply chain. In contrast, the failure of many e...
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  • project mars
    doing this, India has given a chance to China to go ahead since China is planning to send its space shuttle on moon next year. The energy contents and the resource on the moon should not be overlooked by India. Frequent failure of GSLV is also a challenge. There should have been an independent and...
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  • Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs
    of success and attitude for success rather than with a fear of failure. The positive thinking of woman entrepreneur can turn the situation favorable to her. 11. Technically competent: The success of an enterprise largely depends upon the ability of woman entrepreneur to cope with latest...
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  • Role of Non-Credit Inputs in Implementation of Agricultural Financial Schemes in India
    next crop season in cases of crop failure – Encourages farmers to adopt progressive farming practices, high value inputs and higher technology in Agriculture Some of the improvements suggested in the crop insurance scheme in the in 11th five year plan are as follows - i) All...
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  • Population Policy in Aisa - China vs. India
    planners optimistically believed that the population would continue to grow at roughly the same rate. So they tried to support the family and efforts in the developing world. Second period (1950-1970). In April, 1951 the Indian government enhanced a policy formulation as the First Five Year Plan...
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  • Nintendo Swot
    SWOT Strengths • According to Datamonitor’s company profile on Nintendo, published on September 17, 2007, Nintendo has four main strengths: A strong brand name, high returns, high employee efficiency, and debt free status. • Nintendo’s strong brand name comes from about twenty-five years...
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  • Malaysia Economy Growth
    plan is the Ninth Malaysia Plan. The five-year plans have been criticised for resembling the central planning of Soviet communism; the five-year time frame has been attacked for being insufficient in dealing with short-term crises and long-term trends.[35] The effectiveness of the plans has also...
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  • Challenges to the Indian Banking Industry in M&a
    &A failure. When asked to rate the success factor in the integration almost 30% of the senior executive rated the human capital element to be the most important factor compared to 11% who said corporate strategy and business development element to be the most important one. Also, according to...
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  • Small and Medium Based Enterprises
    Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in order to face the global challenges. This paper attempts to explore and identify issues affecting Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation in context to Indian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and challenges in front of SMEs. This paper attempts to highlight...
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  • A Comparative Study of Issues Affecting Erp Implementation
    composition and effective training of users. Also, two issues identified responsible for the failure of the implementation are poor project planning and inappropriate training method [31]. Yuanqiang Xia et al. identified the critical success factors of ERP implementation in SMEs of China based on the...
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  • Business Leadership
    very reasons why Indian Companies have succeeded in the past will sow the seeds of failure in the future.” One argument he proffers: Indians won the domestic markets using the “homogeneous” management teams. But the future will belong to “heterogeneous” teams that can operate globally. Workforce...
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