• Fmcg
    in New Zealand which accounts for 5% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Growth Prospects With the presence of 12.2% of the world population in the villages of India, the Indian rural FMCG market is something no one can overlook. Increased focus on farm sector will boost rural incomes...
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  • Some Rural and Agrarian Issues in Odisha
    : an increase in (from 21% to 30%) proportion of undernourished population. Of course, this data does not give the full picture. It is quite likely that pockets that witnessed increase in proportion of undernourished population also had increase in under-five mortality-rate and underweight children...
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  • India Mosquito Nets Market Outlook to Fy'2014 - Government at Aarkstore
    -through-LLINs-245277.html Report Sample Request India Mosquito Nets Market Outlook to FY'2014 - Government Initiatives towards Universal Population Coverage through LLINs Summary Mosquito nets are commonly referred to as mosquito bed nets which are usually used amongst the...
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  • Essay
    . Impact 6. Prevention & Mitigation Measures 7. Action Plan for Biological Disaster Management in India: Early Warning System and Dissemination 8. Future Plans 9. Dos and Don’ts Definition Apart from the natural transnational movement of the pathogenic organisms, their potential use as weapons of...
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  • Rural Marketing - a Exclusive View
    consumer market in this case is Rural India. About 70% of India’s population lives in rural areas. There are more than 600,000 villages in the country as against about 300 cities and 4600 towns. Consumers in this huge segment have displayed vast differences in their purchase decisions and the product...
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  • Disaster and Children
    include environmental degradation, pollution and accidents. Technological or man-made hazards (complex emergencies/conflicts, famine, displaced populations, industrial accidents and transport accidents). Of late there are also a third category of disasters that is emerging. These are natural...
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  • The Commonwealth Games
    Games held in Delhi, India and provide recommendations on strategic marketing improvements that could be made in the delivery of future international sporting events. In doing, this report shall make reference to the seven P’s of the marketing mix strategic marketing tool. This report is intended for...
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  • Rural Marketing
    - individuals and households who buy goods and services for personal consumption. All of these final consumers combined make up the consumer market. The consumer market in this case is Rural India. About 70% of India’s population lives in rural areas. There are more than 600,000 villages in the country as...
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  • India
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  • Health
    Level 1.4.2 Integrated Health Care In India In India, an integrated system of health care is provided to its people at three different levels. 1. Village Level : Primary health care is delivered at the village level by i) Village Health Guide ii) Local Dai iii) Anganwadi...
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  • Marketing
    markets. The buying behavior demonstrated by the rural Indian differs tremendously when compared to the typical urban Indian. Further, the values, aspirations and needs of the rural people vastly differ from that of the urban population. Basic cultural values have not yet faded in rural India. Buying...
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  • Vocab
    . Malaria- a mosquito-borne infectious disease spread via a bite from an infected mosquito, caused many deaths, usually found in swampy thick wooded areas like Jamestown. 4. John Smith- twenty-seven year old captain, famous world traveler and capable organizer helped save the population at Jamestown...
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  • Rural Marketing
    population of 2000 persons & above each, one can cover about 25 crores rural consumers. This strategy is good to begin with & then subsequently, villages with lesser populations can be added. 2. Segmentation: The number of villages in India is huge & it is not viable to contact &amp...
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  • What We Can Learn from Finland’s Successful School Reform
    -affected locations, contributed greatly to depopulation under the impact of malaria. “In hyperendemic and severely endemic (for malaria) districts in India the tendency is for the population to decline” (91). Among the most oppressive and, today, least appreciated of the effects of malaria is that on...
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  • Debate on Topic Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation Has Really Changed Our Lives
    unliveable conditions.[58] The Times of India newspaper reports that the Scottish delegation apparently submitted a photograph of a dog defecating on a bed in the games village.[59] Hooper said that there was "excrement in places it shouldn't be" in the athletes' quarters and that members of visiting...
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  • Endosulfan
    state that at least 37 deaths occurred and 36 were taken seriously ill. In the same region in1999 a boy died after eating corn contaminated with endosulfan25. The Kasaragod Tragedy, South India:- People in 15 villages in Kasaragod in the South Indian State of Kerala were subjected to...
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  • Mumbai
    the centre of domestic and international trade, modern industries and home to a large pool of educated, skilled workers. The flow of migrants from different parts of India increased significantly, and the city population grew exponentially. City limits expanded with the incorporation of suburbs from...
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  • Endosulfan
    health conditions of the population and trying to evolve a cause effect relationship based on epidemiologic evaluations. Indian Medical Association (IMA), the largest organisation of Modern Medical doctors in India has the proclaimed mission statement of involving in various issues related to the...
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  • Fmcf
    surveys the state of current distributionchannels in India and identifies four archetypes that FMCG firms can use as a starting point todevelop their distribution strategy. With a population in excess of 1 billion and current annual GDPgrowth of 9% (Vietor and Thompson 2007), India is a major player in...
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  • Summer Internship Report
    | Baghmara | Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics-2002 Demographic Structure The population of Meghalaya is 2318822 as per 2001 census and is scattered over 7 districts 39 blocks and 6026 villages. The State has the density of 03 persons per sq. km. As against decadal growth rate...
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