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    festival – A.R. Rahman  International Gandhi Award-Dr. CaireVeult& Dr. J.D. Samant  World Food Prize- Dr. Daniel Hillel(Israeli Scientist)  Tata Literature first book award-Ruchir Sharma  Abel Prize -EedreSzemereredi(Hungry Mathematician)  RGN Sadbhavana Award-D.R. Mehta  Indusharma Katha Samman-PradeepSaurabh(Book-‘TeesriTali’) ...
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  • Jeni
    Sub: - Monthly Review Meeting of Plan Schemes – Meeting of JSIs - Regarding. Ref: - D.O.No.Q.14016/2/2008-A.I (RD) dated 02/01/09 from the Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. The Monthly review meeting of plan schemes...
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  • Public Relation in India and Public Relation Firms
    Professional In Policy Making Of India Submitted By: Akshay Table of Contents Sr. No. | Topic | Page No. | 1 | Introduction | 3 | 2 | Review of Literature | 20 | 3 | Methodology | 27 | 4 | Research Observation | 44 | 5 | Analysis | 48 | 6 | Conclusion | 64 | 7 | Scope for further research...
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  • Inclusive Growth : Imbalance Between Political Fantasy and Business Sustainability
    business growth is viable. NREGA(National Rural Employment Guarantee Act,2004): NREGA has been recently criticized for its inefficiencies like non- payment, non-accountability, fudged pay rolls, siphoning of funds etc. However, few have been speaking about the fact that NREGA was actually conceived with...
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  • PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS OF INDIAN RURAL MARKETS
    potentiality of Indian Rural Markets and finding out various problems are being faced by rural markets. This paper attempts to provide a brief literature on rural marketing and finally offers policy recommendations for better performance of rural markets by adopting SWOT analysis matrix to rural...
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  • Indian Rural Marketing
    the potentiality of Indian Rural Markets and finding out various problems are being faced by rural markets. This paper attempts to provide a brief literature on rural marketing and finally offers policy recommendations for better performance of rural markets by adopting SWOT analysis matrix to rural markets...
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  • Essay
    Economics; Oxford University Press 2009. Joyashree Roy in Kanchan Chopra (Ed).2009 Module II Nicholas Stern, The Economics of Climate Change: Stern review, Cambridge University Press, 2007 Module III 1. Mohan Munasinghe and James Gustave Speth, Sustainable Development in Practice Cambridge University...
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  • Labour Migration: an Insight
    by migrants and returnees in sending areas 5.11 Migration and inequality 5 Conclusion and Policy Implications for Migration 6 Literature Review 7 Bibliography 1. INTRODUCTION The "United Nations Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of...
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  • Contribution O Inancial Institutions in Devlopment O India
    the usage of secondary data. Secondary data is that which has been collected, arranged and studied by others and it involves articles in journals, literature, formal/informal documents, letters .etc. (Clark, 2003, pp. 109). Secondary data include both raw data and published summaries. Most organizations...
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  • Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act
    Primary deficit which is the difference between GFD and interest payments is a measure of the sustainability of deficit. Other measures used in the literature are net fiscal deficit (NFD) which excludes net lending from GFD, net primary deficit (NPD) which excludes net interest payments from (NFD) and primary...
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  • Inclusive Growth : Imbalance Between Political Fantasy and Business Sustainability
    of Industrial growth China is able to provide a NREGA: NREGA has been recently criticized for its inefficiencies like non- payment, non-accountability, fudged pay rolls, siphoning of funds etc. However, few have been speaking about the fact that NREGA was actually conceived with the objective of developing...
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  • MNREGA
    programmes effective and sustainable in rural India. The NREGS Enacted by the central government as the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGa) of 2005, the NREGS came into effect, on a p­lot basis, in February 2006 i in 200 economically most disadvantaged districts of the country. The...
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  • Questionnaire
    National Human Rights Commission (3) Directorate of Income Tax (4) Ministry of Foreign Affairs (5) Union Public Service Commission COMPETITION SUCCESS REVIEW, JULY 2010 5. Nowadays we frequently read news items about ‘Derivatives’ as used in the world of finance and money market. Which of the following...
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  • Health
    year 2010? Q. 22. How relevant is the statement that ‘Labour moves in search of higher rewards’? Q. 23. What are the reasons for the mid quarterly review of monetary policy by RBI? Q. 24. What is the meaning of economies of scale? Q. 25. As per the latest Sample Registration System, which of the following...
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  • Break Up of Marks for Formative Assessment 3 & 4 for Class Ix
    |Monday Test |10 Marks | |2. |Literature based Role Play[ Bishop’s Candlestick] |3 Marks | |3. |MCB based Debate[content...
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  • General Awareness for Bank Po
    for SBI PO and SSC CGL Exams powered by www.Gr8AmbitionZ.com             World Food Prize- Dr. Daniel Hillel(Israeli Scientist) Tata Literature first book award-Ruchir Sharma Abel Prize -EedreSzemereredi(Hungry Mathematician) RGN Sadbhavana Award-D.R. Mehta Indusharma Katha Samman-PradeepSaurabh(Book-‘TeesriTali’)...
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  • Food security and Millennium Development Goals in Light of the Food Security Bill in India
    sixteen states that sent data to the Commissioner in this regard, thirteen stated that less than 45 per cent schools have a separate kitchen.22 NREGA By now it is well recognised that rural works programmes (RWPs) have become important instruments in the strategies for alleviating poverty and hunger...
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  • Pr of Directorate of Advertising
    Convening of Panel Advisory Committee meetings for empanelment of publications. * Convening of Rate Structure Committee meetings from time to time for review of the Rate Structure Formula. * Planning, visualization and preparation of designs / artwork for press advertisements. * Release of...
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  • Nihant
    of at least 400 per sq. km. (1,000 per sq. mile) Rural areas are characterized by a more personal and intimate web of social relationships. From a review of definitions of ‘rural’ five dimensions can be identified: (i) negative, i.e. not urban; (ii) low population density; (iii) extensive land...
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