• International Hrm
    aspects of the job. * He is a specialist in “start-up projects” since he has being heading similar projects in 4 countries. * He is very competent in his duties. * Since his children have grown-up and living independently, they do not have to accompany Tom to India. Negative Factors * Since...
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  • Research
    wrong targeting of a consumer group with a wrong product (David H, 2005). Hence the present assignment gives an insight to the issues faced by management of McDonald in India in the light of the following details. Background of study: Managing an enterprise has always been a very skilful task. The...
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  • Women Empowerment
    age. On 26th April, 2009, The Times Of India carried the story of a 5 year old girl who was raped by an older man living in the same building. On 24th Feb, 09, TOI also carried the story of a junior IAF officer in Israel who was held for molesting a child. Nineteen percent of the world’s children...
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  • Planning in India
    Problems faced: Sino-Indian War of 1962 exposed weaknesses in the economy and shifted the focus towards the Defense industry. In 1965-1966, India fought a war with Pakistan. The war led to inflation and the priority was shifted to price stabilization. GDP rate during this duration was lower at 2.7...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs from India
    problems faced by women in two states in southern India in the starting and operation of their business, their reasons for starting in business, their reasons for succeeding, and 78 the work-family conflicts faced by these women. While many studies in western nations had examined the above issues in...
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  • Child Labour
    Child Labour is a serious problem faced the entire world in general and by India in particular. In our state of Jammu and Kashmir, the number of child labours is increasing alarmingly. It is a curse for the society it the life of the children (read our future) hell and restricts their development...
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  • Impact of Imperialism on India
    institutions was interviewed with a view to explore the physical and socio-emotional aspects associated with institutional living. In particular, interviews focussed on the reasons for choosing institutional living arrangements, the problems faced in such an arrangement, the type of accommodation...
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  • Seren
    use their diverse strategies to solve their own population problems, such as overpopulation, high death rates and high birth rates and increasing of dependency ratio. In many developing countries, like China and India used the one child policy and the family plan to solve the overpopulation problem...
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  • Maggi
    Maggi has faced lot of hurdles in its journey in India. ►The basic problem the brand faced is the Indian Psyche. ►Initially Nestle tried to position the Noodles in the platform of convenience targeting the working women. ►However, the sales of Maggi was not picking up despite of heavy Media...
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  • Tribals
    Development including both Health and Education Keywords- Formal education, Health, Policies by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Problems and Challenges faced by Women and Children Title of Abstract- TRIBALS –CAN THEY BE COUNTED WITH ‘DIBELS’? Abstract- TRIBALS –CAN THEY BE COUNTED WITH ‘DIBELS’? Moving from a...
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  • Maggi Brand in India
    food among the Indian market. It took several years and lot of money for Nestle to establish its Noodles brand in India. Now it enjoys around 50% market share in this segment which is valued at around 250 crores. Maggi has faced lot of hurdles in its journey in India. The basic problem the brand...
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  • Malnutrition in India
    the factors which fuelled this problem in the first place. Poverty in India plays a key role in causing malnutrition. Lack of a balanced/adequate diet along with poor hygiene conditions make malnutrition among children and adults alike inevitable. The children of low-income groups are subjected to...
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  • Child Rights
    care, love and attention. Children today are facing many other problems such as child labour, abuse, exploitation etc. Children who have faced such difficulties and harsh times might have negative impact of the situation. It is only by understanding and caring that the child will be able to move ahead...
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  • Essay
    . Although child welfare is an important topic worldwide, it is a topic that received little attention in third world countries, like India. “Abuse of children in India is a large problem without an easy solution. Though the issue persists worldwide, India’s culture which traditionally keeps women...
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  • Social and Economic Issues in India
    population density below countries such as The Netherlands, South Korea and Japan. To cure this problem, Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India, had implemented a forced sterilization programme in the early 1970s but failed. Officially, men with two children or more had to submit to sterilization...
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  • Sex Trafficking
    , the nation suffers as a whole. Safety and security, the privileges of living in a free country are compromised. India shows alarming rates of human trafficking. With an estimated 400 million children between 0 and 18 years, the country’s per capita income remaining low and 26 percent of the...
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  • brain drain
    Brain drain When highly qualified experts like scientists, engineers, doctors and oft trained persons migrate from under-developed countries and settle down: advanced countries, their migration is called “Brain Drain”. This problem is not peculiar to India alone. It is being faced by almost all...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Indian Population
    Free sample essay on Population Problem in India. The population problem is one of the burning issues being faced by the country. It surmounts all the problems of the country. The rapid population growth is often referred to as population explosion. The population of India has risen dramatically...
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  • Caste Discriminations in India
    affected by poverty, such as malnutrition, child labor and high mortality rates are very real issues faced, India contains fewer than 20% of the world child population, and more than 40% of malnourished children are found there. Girls are more often negatively affected than males because gender...
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  • Social Issues in India
    food. We also see many children begging in the streets. Beggary is a major social problem in India. The major causes of beggary in our country are poverty and unemployment. These days many gangs are operating in our society as well, that thrives on begging in an organized manner. However beggary is...
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