"Pustak Hamare Mitra" Essays and Research Papers

  • Pustak Hamare Mitra

    Nile Quick Dr. Mitra Final Essay In Shakespeare’s play King Lear, Lear exhibits the tendency to truly believe that his old age perceives him. Lear says “And we’ll wear out, In a walled prison, packs and sects of great ones That ebb and flow by th’ moon.” (V.iii.18-20). It is because of this action of Lear that causes the death of his daughter Cordelia, to be more devastating. In blind rage he kills the murderer with the unexpected strength of his youth. However, soon the thought tires him and...

    Ageing, Aging, Death 1213  Words | 4  Pages

  • Arpita Mitra Barui

     Arpita Mitra Barui Mobile: 09663815227 / 09035105851 Email: arpitambarui@gmail.com Career Objective: To obtain a position at your esteemed institute where my passion and love for teaching children’s will be appreciated and I will develop my teaching skills and my training abilities with your help. Educational Qualifications: BSc “Geography Honours” – Kolkata University PUC (WBB) – Beltala Girls High School SSLC (WBB) – Sarada Vidya Pith Professional Qualifications: Diploma in Montessori...

    Academic degree, Certificate, Education 193  Words | 2  Pages

  • Analytics in Corporate Finance Mitra

    The Handbook of News Analytics \ in Finance Edited by Gautam Mitra and Leela Mitra WILEY A John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, Publication Contents Preface xiii Acknowledgements xvii About the editors xix About the contributors xxi Abbreviations and acronyms xxv 1 Applications of news analytics in finance: A review Leela Mitra and Gautam Mitra 1.1 Introduction 1.2 News data ' 1.2.1 Data sources 1.2.2 Pre-analysis'of news data 1.3 Turning qualitative text into quantified metrics and time-series...

    Data analysis, News analytics, Risk 1789  Words | 9  Pages

  • Dimaporo Vs Mitra Jr

    DIMAPORO VS MITRA JR. (202 SCRA 779) FACTS: Petitioner Mohamad Ali Dimaporo was elected as a representative for the second legislative district of Lanao del Sur during the 1987 congressional elections. On January 15, 1990, Dimaporo filed a certificate of candidacy or COC for the position of Governor of ARMM. Secretary and Speaker of the House of Representative were informed about Dimaporo’s filing and excluded his name from the Roll of Members of HR Under Art IX of Sec 67 of the Omnibus Election...

    Congress, House of Representatives, House of Representatives of Thailand 419  Words | 1  Pages

  • Management Theories as Seen in Mitra, M. (2010) ‘Only Companies That Think Beyond the Shopfloor Will Survive: Shoji Shiba’, the Economic Times, 26 June 2010,

    Management theories as seen in Mitra, M. (2010) ‘Only companies that think beyond the shopfloor will survive: Shoji Shiba’, The Economic Times, 26 June 2010, This article is about an interview with Shoji Shiba, it indicates changes which managers are facing in Indian industry. Meanwhile, this article shows several different cases and practices of management theories in the following areas: managerial functions, types and levels of management, managerial roles and skills, and challenges for management...

    Control, Goal, Management 756  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Three Musketeers

    Ched Mazaredo III- Elijah Daniel Mitra Daniel Sudario The Three Musketeers Arthos (Ched): My Friends, be worthy of our noble name, worthily borne by our ancestors. Remember it’s by courage, and courage alone, that a nobleman makes his way nowadays. Don’t be afraid of opportunities, and seek out adventures. My Friends, all I have to give you is the advice you’ve just heard. Make the most of these gifts...

    Alexandre Dumas, père, Cardinal Richelieu, Musketeer 923  Words | 5  Pages

  • Student

    literal relation to its title (real time). This immediate involvement in the story creates a realistic connection with the readers due to its forward approach. We can see this in the beginning of the story when he writes, “On their way to the house, Mr. Mitra said he didn’t know if they should buy flowers” by beginning the story in such a involving and abrupt way Chaudhuri immediately involves us in the story by creating a scene without a background. Through this use of writing style we can see the Chaudhuri...

    Anti-realism, Fiction, Metaphysics 841  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ace Hardware Analysis

    or just sell the same goods categories in one place. The competitors are: 1. Mitra 10 Begins in 1996, PT Catur Mitra Sejati Sentosa (CMSS), is subsidiary from PT Catur Sentosa Adiprana (CSA) which take the main role as distributor for building equipment. They build the one stop shopping concept for the home improvement. During 1997-1998 PT CMSS succeed to open 10 home improvement supermarket which called MITRA 10. The locations are: Kalimalang, Kelapa Gading, Tangerang, Serpong, Depok, Citra...

    Concept, Customer, Customer service 1836  Words | 6  Pages

  • Godrej Consumer Products Communication Strategy

    has managed to keep ahead of others. The stress is on employee empowerment and multi skilling to encourage a variety in roles played by its people. GCPL believes in listening to its employees and is open to suggestions given by them. Explains Sumit Mitra, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Godrej Industries, “The open culture at GCPL, driven by ‘Bedhadak Bolo’ (our speak-out campaign) encourages opinion sharing while also creating a platform for people to interact with leaders to see how suggestions...

    360-degree feedback, Employee stock option, Employment 858  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sowmya

    culture. Just as the mighty elephant is not aware of its own strength, Bharatiyas are not aware of the greatness of their own culture. [Telugu poem] Ganesh Vandana speech- Jaisa ki Doston Hamare culture me jab koi subh kariye karte hain to hamare vighan harta ganpati Ganesh ko pratham nimatran dete hai to kyun na aaj ke fest ka aagaj ganpati ganesh ke vandna ke saath Karen.  So put your hands together for the  first performance …. . ...

    Darkness, Durga, Hindu 621  Words | 3  Pages

  • Session 12 To 20 SCM OUTLINE

    Course Instructor: Arijit Mitra Email: fb10001@astra.xlri.ac.in Mobile: (0)8594823288 Session 12: Information Asymmetry in a Supply Chain: Bullwhip Effect Pre-Reading for the class: "Information distortion in a supply chain: the bullwhip effect." By Lee, Hau L., Venkata Padmanabhan, and Seungjin Whang. Management science 50.12_supplement (2004): 1875-1886 (Can be downloaded from scholar.google.com). "Bullwhip effect in supply chains." By Scukanec, Andelko, Kristijan Rogic, and Darko Babic. Promet...

    Demand chain management, Inventory, Logistics 616  Words | 2  Pages

  • Program Proper

    Dean, College of Engineering, Technology and Computer Science PROF. JOSE A. DELA PEÑA - Dean, College of Criminology MS. LEONILA B. PANGA - Registrar MR. MELVIN P. MITRA - Dean, Office of Student Affairs and Services DR. DOMINGO G. MANIMTIM - Director, Student Affairs and Discipline/NSTP Republic of the Philippines ...

    Fort Bonifacio, John F. Kennedy, Management 359  Words | 3  Pages

  • Knowledge as a Bridge for Building Relationships

    video, The Child-driven Education, presented by Professor Sugata Mitra, Mitra shows that knowledge has the power to induce interactions between students. In an elementary Lam 2 school in Italy, Mitra writes three questions on a blackboard and asks the students to look for the answers. (During the process of exploring, students gets into groups to look into the information they get from the Internet. The inspiring questions from Mitra had increased students' interactions. In the video, students walk...

    Ann Patchett, Clifford Stoll, Education 1273  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tata Motors Crm

    SAP® Customer Success Story Tata Motors “SAP has a clear superiority in the market. It has a large presence and good support, so we chose the SAP ERP Solution for our company. The results have definitely exceeded our expectations” Probir Mitra, CIO, Tata Motors. AT A GL ANCE Company Name n Industry n Product & Services n : Tata Motors Limited : Automotive SAP® Solutions & Services TATA MOTORS SAP® ERP helps Tata Motors to serve their customers better and faster SAP® ERP...

    Automotive industry, Enterprise resource planning, Jamshedpur 1539  Words | 6  Pages

  • Freindship

    [pic] invisible to people bt always with u. ======== (4) ========= Whats life? What u make it to b Whats happiness? What ur heart sees Whats luv? Precious if true. [pic] Whats friendship? Nothing without u! ======== (5) ========= Hamare aansu puch kar wo muskuraate ha, unki yehi adaa se wo dil ko churaate ha. haath unka chu jaye hamaare chehre ko, isi ummid me khud ko ham rulaate hain ======== (6) =========[pic] Hamara mijaz aapne dekha nahi, hasane ka andaz aap ne dekha...

    Aamir Khan, Ajay Devgan, Hindi-language films 332  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dream Esssay

    entrepreneurs. Financial assistance @ Rs.4000/- per trainee for service enterprises and @ Rs.6000/- per trainee for manufacturing enterprises would be provided to Udyami Mitras as handholding charges. For the beneficiaries from NER the beneficiary’s contribution of Rs.1000/- shall also be provided as grant. For empanelment as Udyami Mitra the interested institution to apply on prescribed format through the Director of Industries, Govt. of Manipur. To encourage and appreciate the outstanding efforts of...

    Bond, Credit rating, Credit rating agency 820  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Media in Entertainmen

    creating sensational stuff to attract with reality- is another tactic that media must avoid.  http://www.publishyourarticles.org              The Role of Media and Entertainment in Modern India  Left to Right: Shivnath Thukral, Afsar Zaidi, Mitra Kalita, Aparisim Ghosh  The media and entertainment panel at the 2011 Kellogg India Business Conference was the first panel of the day.  At the conclusion of the panel, one of the panelists Shivnath Thukral, Group President, Corporate Branding and...

    Entertainment, Journalism, Mainstream 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • Con Beh

    presentation by academicians and the broad research agenda for SMFI for the coming years. • Dr. R.K. Mitra, Registrar, chaired a technical session on “Emerging Issues in Management” at National Conference on Economic Growth & Sustainable Development organised by St. Xavier’s College, Jaipur, Rajasthan on 24-25 March 2012. An article entitled “Non-Strategic Way of Strategisation” authored by Dr. R.K. Mitra was included in the “Conference Souvenir”. • Dr. Mrs Vijaya Katti, Chairperson (GSD) gave the Inaugural...

    Bihar, Delhi, Government of India 1544  Words | 5  Pages

  • Briefly outline what Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is and how the initiatives on reporting CSR have developed over the past few decades. Explain what the Global Reporting Initiative is.

    corporate reputation which is described as “ a cognitive representation of a company’s actions and results that crystalizes a frims’s ability to deliver valued outcomes to its stakeholders.”(Fombrun et al. 2000) (Mitra, 2011) states that CSR is “deeply implicated in a firms reputation”. (Mitra, 2011”) Is it then that the businesses are truly concerned with the environment and being socially responsible or is it that they have to care in order to continue to make profit? In a sense it may not even matter...

    Business ethics, Corporate social responsibility, Global Reporting Initiative 1186  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Myth

    prosperity, health, and other blessings by means of ritual and sacrifice. HINDUISM is a modified polytheism with three major gods: THE MAIN VEDIC GODS INDRA The God of Storm and Thunder The Main God of Vedas A hard-drinking and swaggering warrior MITRA The Sun God VARUNA The Moon God Supervises the oaths AGNI The God of Fire BRIHASPATI The God of Incantation and Ritual SOMA A narcotic plant and a God Gives inspiration Liberates men Represents the principle of life SAVITAR The...

    Deva, Hindu deities, Hinduism 350  Words | 6  Pages

  • Anchoring Script

    Director,UIET  the man of distinct vision and a fountainhead of illuminating ideas, an idol of knowledge and experience and inspiration to all of us. Mr……….., who is ………………. 1.  Ganesh Vandana speech- Jaisa ki Doston Hamare culture me jab koi subh kariye karte hain to hamare vighan harta ganpati Ganesh ko pratham nimatran dete hai to kyun na aaj ke fest ka aagaj ganpati ganesh ke vandna ke saath Karen.  So put your hands together for the  first performance …. .  2.  Sai Bhajan speech- ...

    Dance, Folk dance, International folk dance 1826  Words | 7  Pages

  • Theories of Entrepreneurship

    exploits it as an opportunity (Stokes and Wilson 2006). Drucker’s definition aptly sums up all definitions of an entrepreneur in modern literature as being a risk taker, a catalyst for change, achievement oriented, etc. N.R Smith (1967, cited in Mitra, 2009) classifies entrepreneurs into two broad categories – the ‘Craftsman’ and the ‘Opportunistic’ entrepreneur. The ‘craftsman’ is characterised by lack of education and social awareness, which limits his/her confidence. This typology of entrepreneurs...

    Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship education 1635  Words | 5  Pages

  • indian cinema

    Anusuya Mitra, a 25-year-old PR professional from Mumbai says, "Bollywood movies now attempt to reflect social behaviour in relation to various earlier taboo topics such as live-in relationships, STDs, abortions, premarital sex and homosexuality without being preachy. They intend to highlight that it is OK to do your own thing as long as it makes you happy and you are moving towards what you want in life. This reflects the changing mindset in young India, which is a necessity." Mitra further adds:...

    Adultery, Aishwarya Rai, Fornication 825  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hiv and Mother to Child Transmission

    child will come in contact with the infected milk. According to Kilewo in his article, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV-1Through Breastfeeding by Treating Mothers With Triple Antiretroviral Therapy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: The Mitra Plus Study, “resource-rich countries, that use highly active antiretroviral treatment together with elective cesarean section and avoidance of breastfeeding have reduced the rate of MTCT of HIV to below 2% (2009).” In the United States in 2010, an...

    AIDS, Antiretroviral drug, Caesarean section 1389  Words | 4  Pages

  • Supernova

    “CASE WRITE-UP” “CASE WRITE-UP” GROUP MEMBERS: INDERJIT MITRA SOUMAVA GHOSH RAUNAK DUTTA GROUP MEMBERS: INDERJIT MITRA SOUMAVA GHOSH RAUNAK DUTTA MERRILL LYNCH SUPERNOVA CASE STUDY MERRILL LYNCH SUPERNOVA CASE STUDY MERRILL LYNCH SUPERNOVA: CASE WRITE UP About Merrill Lynch: The wealth management division of Bank of America is currently known as Merrill Lynch. It comprises of 15,000 financial advisors and $2.2 trillion...

    Bank of America, Edmund C. Lynch, Merrill Lynch 861  Words | 3  Pages

  • ughg

    Place of publishing: New Delhi Accession no. : 067330 Call no. : 954.053KHU.L9, ddc 11. Title : Tract on money Author : Rabindranath Mitra Publisher : World Press Year of publishing: 1960 Place of publishing: Kolkata Accession no. : 041844 Call no. : 332.4, MIT.K0 12. Title...

    Delhi, India, Indian National Congress 295  Words | 3  Pages

  • WINSEM2014 15 CP2840 ASGN01 Assignment Questions

    2, 17, 19, 8 20 SARDAR KAUSTUBH MILINDRAO 5, 12, 20, 7 21 SHUBHAM ARORA 6, 13, 21, 10 22 SHASHANK MAHAJAN 7, 18, 19, 1 23 RUCHIR BHARDWAJ 5, 12, 20, 7 24 KENIL DINESH PATEL 9, 16, 22, 7 25 SOUMIK CHAKRABORTY 8, 17, 20, 9 26 ABHISHEK MITRA 3, 14, 20, 9 27 SARTHAK AGGARWAL 2, 17, 19, 8 ...

    1, 14, 2 285  Words | 2  Pages

  • Community Work Report

    CHAPTER-1 PROFILE OF MITRA JYOTHI HISTORY: MitraJyothi is a registered charitable trust formed in 1990 with the objective of Integrating persons with disability into mainstream society. MitraJyothi, believes that all Persons with disability have the potential to become independent and self-sufficient, and given The right opportunities can achieve their goals. Our main area of work is to assist the visually Impaired, but our Placement Cell assists people with all disabilities. The...

    Blindness, Braille, Developmental disability 3623  Words | 17  Pages

  • sports day

    Comparer 2: Haan-haan wahi bageechewali Jismein rehti koyal kaali Sunkar jiska sundar gaan Khush hote sab insaan. Comparer 1: Dada-dadi aur nana-nani , aap log hamare parivaar ka mehatvapurna hissa hain. Hamare liye aap hi pyaar aur mamta ke prateek hain. Grandparents aap parivaar ke weh majboot stanbh hain jisse parivaar juda rehta hai toh main ___________(introduce yourself) Mother’s Pride ke sabhi nanhe-munhe bachchon aur staff ki...

    Family, Grandparent 1943  Words | 8  Pages

  • Motivationed and Social Adjustment

    counseling. Delhi: Surjeet Publishers. Sodhi, T. S., & Suri, S. P. (1997). Publication. Aggarwal, J. C. (1991). Educational, vocational guidance and counseling. New Delhi: Doabai House. Sharma, N. R. (1989). Educational and vocational guidance. Agra: Vinod Pustak Mandir. Kochhar, S. K. (1984). Guidance and counseling in colleges and universities. New Delhi: Sterling Publishing Pvt.Ltd. Indu, D. (1983). The basic essentials of counseling. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers Private Ltd. Madhusudan, M. (1983). Educational...

    Achievement test, Clinical psychology, Delhi 724  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nothing

    bayyat zindagi bhar haath malta hi rahe saqlain 4. aye shehan-shah e waqt hum teri ri'aya hain app hum pe bus ye akhri ahsan kardo guzray shahon ki taray,inke jalson ki tarah humare dukun ki dastan bait kar sun lo thori dair bait kay bech hamare aaqa! waqiyat e karbala zair e samaat kardo jo guzry hain ap per or apke jad pe dukh humein bhi apne dukh mein shamil karlo aur umer bhar ka hum se aik aan mein mola! dadi Zainab s.a ka bhi hum se pursa lelo 5. Hai hukm-e-Kibriyaa ki Itaa'at...

    907  Words | 5  Pages

  • Speech Act

    terkandung tindakan agar mitra tutur berbuat sesuai dengan maksud tuturan (Revita, 2005:73). Dengan kata lain, maksud permintaan menjadi dasar mitra tutur dalam bertindak. Oleh karena itu, sebuah permintaan dapat menyebabkan mitra tutur menjadi kehilangan muka karena mengurangi kebebasannya dalam bertindak (Brown and Levinson, 1987: 129). Keterbatasan mitra tutur dalam bertindak akan semakin jelas bila bentuk tuturan yang dipilih tidak tepat, apalagi bila ditujukan terhadap mitra tutur yang berlatar...

    4318  Words | 16  Pages

  • Marketing Crocs in a Rural Area

    hua hoon aur mere pairon mein bhi dard hai. Then the elder cousin interrupts. Cousin: “isiliye toh main crocs ka istamal karta hoon(while pointing at his crocs). Isse pairon or peeth ka dard dono gayab ho jate hain aur inki design ki wajah se hamare pairon ki raksha hoti hai aur pairon mein aur takat aat hai(close up on the unique design of the crocs and the acupressure points).” The farmer then buys the crocs. Next day he comes home after work and asks his children, ” kya hua baccho? Aaj...

    Acupressure, Marketing, Material 773  Words | 3  Pages

  • Great Gatsby mini lesson

    sat vipraha bahuda vadanti" or "Truth is One, the wise call It by many names." The forms are many, the reality is one; the principle is very deeply rooted in Hindu thought, and was stated at the very outset in the Rg Veda: They call him Indra, Mitra, Varuna, Agni And he is heavenly nobly-winged Garutman. To what is One, sages give many a title: They call it Agni, Yama, Matarisvan. It is the same with all the gods and goddesses: they are not rivals but aspects of a single principle. Hindus...

    Deva, God, Hinduism 720  Words | 3  Pages

  • Public Health Professional

    2008). Lack of access to care is a public health issue and a global concern. Both financial and nonfinancial barriers have been identified as impacting an individual’s ability to access care and each barrier must be addressed (Kullgren, McLaughliin, Mitra & Armstrong, 2012). Federally funded community health centers have been the safety net for the uninsured and underinsured in the past and continue to be; however, evidently it’s not enough (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2012). The development of community...

    Health, Health care, Health disparities 1142  Words | 4  Pages

  • MEL ZG 573

    FIR/IIR Filtering and DFT is also provided. 2. Text Book (TB) Text Book: “DSP: Principles, Algorithms, and Applications” by J.G. Proakis and D.G. Manolakis References: R1 “Digital Signal processing: A computer based approach” by Sanjit K. Mitra R2: -> “Digital Computer Arithmetic: J.J.F. Cavanag 3. Course Plan: Topic Portion No. of classes Discrete Time signals and systems Discrete time signals Analysis of discrete time linear time invariant (LTI) Systems > Structures...

    Convolution, Digital signal processing, Discrete Fourier transform 419  Words | 4  Pages

  • Raise or Lower Tuition

    and (3) researchers do not control extraneous factors that might influence estimates of size of pay raise thresholds. Furthermore, no work is reported on the impact of pay raise thresholds on pay-for-performance perceptions and pay satisfaction.” (Mitra, A. K. (1993)) Rational students’ even parents with economic education would be quite served to view at the net cost of attendance, not only the incremental increase in tuition, when developing college choices. The university also to view at...

    College tuition, Elasticity, Microeconomics 1259  Words | 4  Pages

  • Kautilya's Arthasastra : Statecraft

    state machinery : Tha Saptanga Theory: According to Kautilya, a state has seven elements or constituent, namely, Swamin-the King, Amatya-the Ministers, the Janapada-the Land, and the People, Durga-the Fortres, Kosha the Treasury, Danda-the Army and Mitra-the Allies. This entire set-up of the kingdom was described as Saptanga Theory in ancient India. The Swamin refers to the king, regarded as the indispensable, integral and inseperable part of the state in ancient India. King in all cases belonged...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient history, Ancient Rome 1213  Words | 2  Pages

  • Service Triangle for Insurance Sector

    Future Plan | | Jeevan Ankur |   |   | | | | | Jeevan Aadhar | | Jeevan Vishwas | | | | | The Endowment Assurance Policy | | The Endowment Assurance Policy-Limited Payment | | Jeevan Mitra(Double Cover Endowment Plan) | | Jeevan Mitra(Triple Cover Endowment Plan) | | Jeevan Anand | | New Janaraksha Plan | | Jeevan Amrit | | Jeevan Vaibhav (Single Premium Endowment Assurance Plan) |   |   | | | | | Jeevan Shree-I | | Jeevan...

    Endowment policy, Insurance, Life insurance 1023  Words | 6  Pages

  • Medicine and Himalaya Drug Company

    customers cognition, this will eliminate brand specific confusions. Mr. Ravi Prasad are you listening….?? Himalaya introduces new baby care products Our Bureau (From right) Mr Ravi Prasad, President & CEO, Himalaya Drug Company; Dr S.K. Mitra, Executive Director Research and Technical Services; and Mr Soumitro Banerji, Business Head, Personal Care Division, at the launch of new products in Bangalore HIMALAYA Drug Company has launched a range of baby care products. Himalaya's Personal...

    Ayurveda, Health, Health care 1139  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sarbanes Oxley

    enact these standards for public company boards, management, and accounting firms. This act increased accountability to top management for accuracy of financial information. This act has resulted in many changes to internal control. According to Mitra, Jaggie & Hossain (2013), even though effective internal controls may not fully eliminate all potential and intentional and unintentional accounting errors and adjustment, they can limit managers’ ability to manage reported earnings or accruals and...

    Auditing, Business ethics, Corporate governance 1489  Words | 5  Pages

  • History of Indian English Novel

    India, in the middle 19th to late 20th centuries. The likes of Rabindranath Tagore, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Bankin Chandra Chattopadhay, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhay, Tarashankar Bandopadhyay, Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay, Manik Bandopadhyay, Bimal Mitra and a little later, Satyajit Ray, have forever been included in the elite list of Bengali novel writers, superlatively bringing to surface the cultural and political and economical ethos of the then India. The idyllic mixture of fantasy, mystery, non-fiction...

    Bengal, British Empire, British Raj 1202  Words | 4  Pages

  • All Is Fair in Love and War - Paper

    achieve their goals. Although such means can sometimes help them achieve their goals, I think these are not at all justified as they lead to the benefit of one at the loss of another, that is, they lead to selfless biasness, and according to Sen & Mitra (1956) can hinder the overall peace and progress of a society. As such, I disagree with the notion made by John Lyly in his book 'Euphues' (1578) that “all is fair in love and war”. Justification of my claim can be proved by illustrating the criticisms...

    Bangladesh, Bangladesh Liberation War, Ethics 1050  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unilever Sales & Distribution Plan

    indirectly deal with the Retail outlets. The company which is headquartered in Mumbai has appointed M/s Mitra Logistic Pvt. Ltd as the C & F agent for Easter region (West Bengal, Assam, Orrisa & Bihar). C & F agents can be classified into 2 types, one with investment and the other without investment. The without investment C&F agents are mere Forwarding agents and act as the transporter to the company. M/s Mitra Logistic Pvt. Ltd is a forwarding agent on behalf of HUL. The C&F agent then supplies the goods...

    Marketing, Product, Retailing 1187  Words | 3  Pages

  • What are the benefits of education

    have gained knowledge and skills, which they can use to acquire in the working world. “Public education provides one of the best opportunities to reduce crime and its cost to society, by helping children to gain knowledge, skills and character.” (Mitra, Dana, Ph.D) This is true because giving people an education gives them more opportunities for a greater life. The correlation between education and health is a direct benefit to society. For example if people are educated about vaccination it would...

    Capital, Economics, Education 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • Impact of Information Technology on E Governance

    [pic] Project Report on Gyandoot Vs E-Mitra Submitted to Prof. Kavitha Ranganathan Prof. Subhash Bhatnagar In partial requirements of the fulfillments of the course Digital Inclusion for Development Chetan Jajoria|Rohit Raj|Suresh K Introduction Many governments all over the world are today embarking on an ambitious e-governance projects aimed at bridging the digital divide between the rich and poor as well as the urban and rural citizens. However a closer look at the statistics...

    Government, Interactive kiosk, Kiosk 4466  Words | 15  Pages

  • business research methods

    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory- Lower needs-Safety, Psychological & higher needs- Social, Esteem Self-Actualization. Douglas McGregor’s X & Y- Theory-X- people needs shootings, banging to work (Ex- Siva raj) Theory-Y-Self-motivated. (Ex-Self, Mitra). Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory- Motivation Factors- include promotional benefits, growth, achievement, recognition. Hygiene factors- Quality of Supervision, Pay, Working conditions. McClelland's Theory of Needs- nAch-Need for Achievement Need...

    Abraham Maslow, Expectancy theory, Job satisfaction 381  Words | 4  Pages

  • poverty

    population of nearly 1400 million. There is a club called “Billionaire’s Club” i.e., 1000 million or 100 crores of people of which only two members are there e.g. China and India. In India we have by democratic methods accepted a policy of “Hum do, hamare do”. Causes Indian soil is fertile, so are Indian men and women, these are families which have five, six, ten even up to twenty children. With such a potential for huge population India, in the recent or even in the remote past, has not fully...

    Africa, Bihar, Economic development 847  Words | 4  Pages

  • Operational It for New Clothing Stores

    product “Ultra chip” that is used for mobile recharge. In today cell-phones are used for communication that helps in day to day activities and manage the businesses in effective and efficient manner. This product helps in charge the cell-phones. (Mitra, 2012) About the Product “Ultra thin cell-phone charge chip of special crystal” The “Ultra thin cell-phone charge chip of special crystal” is innovative product in the area of mobile accessories. This is highly innovative product that has numerous...

    Base station, Battery, Bluetooth 2285  Words | 6  Pages

  • Niit

    join the fledgling enterprise was Dr Sugata Mitra, a computer scientist with more than twenty five inventions and first-time applications in the areas of cognitive science, information science and educational technology to his credit. He was working as senior scientific officer at IIT Delhi when Pawar asked him to join NIIT as a product development manager in 1982. His "inborn curiosity to try out new things" pushed him into this totally new area, and Mitra was responsible for creating the first courseware...

    Computer, Computer program, Computer software 2041  Words | 7  Pages

  • BURNS

    patient is at risk for going into hypovolemic shock. Early aggressive fluid resuscitation improves survival in patients with severe burns (Mitra, Fitzgerald, Cameron, & Cleland, 2006). The Parkland formula is used to calculate the amount of Lactated Ringer’s or Hartmann’s Solution to infuse in a patient in order to keep them hemodynamically stable (Mitra, Fitzgerald, Cameron, & Cleland, 2006). The formula is as follows: 4mL x TBSA% x pt wt(kg) = total volume to be infused. This amount is divided...

    Blister, Burn, Chemical burn 2198  Words | 11  Pages

  • Vulnerable Population and Self Awareness Paper

    they are the victims of crimes. Homeless groups or individuals are susceptible to many illnesses because of poor living conditions, unsanitary environments, and inability to pay for food or medications. According to Talukdar, A., Roy, K., Saha, I., Mitra, J., and Detels, R. (2008), “The homeless in the United States and in other countries are considered to be at high risk for HIV because of their high risk sexual and drug use behaviors” (p. 613). The homeless are also at risk for illnesses such as...

    Homelessness, Homelessness in the United States, Poverty 1627  Words | 5  Pages

  • hdhz

    Lady-agar 3? Tota-pati,devar aur bhai. Lady-agar 4? Tota-pani le aao bhai, maine to pehle hi kaha tha "bhen ki laudi randi hai special song for HOTEL MANAGEMENT STUDENTS...... Kandhon ko table Ke bojh ne jhukaya Guest ko chutiya banana to khud hamare teachero ne sikhaya, 99% marks laaoge to Oberoi me job, varna Pearless inn me ... Journals Likh likh kar padha hatheli par accounts, service, production ka chaala white wine aur red wine ne to poora Poora bachpan jalaa daala Bachpan to gaya...

    Tourism 262  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Nescafe Story

    Nescafe’s early-bird advantage Nestle’s marquee brand has maintained its leadership in the instant coffee market even in its 50th year in India The campaign in 2007... SOUNAK MITRA New Delhi, 6 January “T he coffee with life in it. Made in just 5 seconds”. That’s how Nescafe announced its entry into India, in 1963. Before the ad campaign hit bill-boards across the country, Indian coffee lovers were stuck with the idea that coffee is something that takes minute attention to prepare...

    Coffee, Coffee preparation, Compound annual growth rate 945  Words | 5  Pages

  • Indian Films and Patriotic Songs

    • Ae Watan, Ae Watan, Humko Teri Kasam • Kar Chale Hum Fida jaano tan saathiyo • Hum Bhagat Singh Ke Saathi • Chodo Kal ki Baatein, kal Ki Baat Purani • Bharat Humko Jaan Se Pyaara Hain • Jahan Daal Daal Pe Sone Ki • Sarfarosh ki Tammana AB Hamare • Hai Preet Jahan Ki Reet Sadha • Sandeshe Aati Hain • Baar Baar Haan, Bolo yaar haan • Hum Laaye Hain Toofan se Kashti Nikal Ke • Har Karam Apna Karenge Aye Watan Tere Liye • Saare Jahaan Se Achcha Hindustan Hamaara • Nanha Munna rahi hoon...

    Bhagat Singh, Divya Bharti, Govinda 299  Words | 2  Pages

  • Cocacola Company

    independen dan Coca-Cola Amatil Limited, yang merupakan salah satu produsen dan distributor terbesar produk-produk Coca-Cola di dunia. Coca-Cola Amatil pertama kali berinvestasi di Indonesia pada tahun 1992. Mitra usaha Coca-Cola saat ini merupakan pengusaha Indonesia yang juga adalah mitra usaha saat perusahaan ini memulai kegiatan usahanya di Indonesia. Produksi pertama Coca-Cola di Indonesia dimulai pada tahun 1932 di satu pabrik yang berlokasi di Jakarta. Produksi tahunan pada saat tersebut...

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  • Has anything changed for disabled people in Africa

    (Mannan et al, 2012, pp. 69) housing and poor nutrition. Palmer (2011, pp. 212) argues that poverty itself is often the cause of impairment or disability due to the impact the lack of these basic needs, has on health. South African Social Benefits (Mitra, 2009, pp. 14-22) allow for the payment of a monthly Disability Grant for qualifying applicants up to a maximum of R1350 (2014). Whilst this benefit is extremely beneficial, real poverty alleviation will only be experienced through the impact of income...

    Africa, Developmental disability, Disability 1837  Words | 7  Pages

  • Major Events of Feb

    Feb Major Events -Delhi emerged as worst place in terms of key parameters of environment in the Environmental Performance Index (EPI).Delhi was ranked at number 32. -Sugata Mitra was awarded the million-dollar TED Prize for pursuing his idea for building the schools in the Internet. -Anupam Kher, the veteran Bollywood actor was awarded with the City Proclamation Award in Los Angeles. -The Government of Japan nominated Haruhiko Kuroda for the designation of next governor of the Central Bank...

    Government of India, India, Indian National Congress 1546  Words | 4  Pages

  • Coffee and Starbucks

    Starbucks Coffee International acquires 100 percent equity of its operations in Australia, forming Starbucks Coffee Company (Australia) Pty. Ltd. In May, Starbucks opens its first store in Jakarta, Indonesia through a licensing agreement with PT Mitra Adiperkasa. The first Starbucks Coffee Ambassador Cup is held in the Philippines. Starbucks Coffee Company (Australia) Pty. Ltd. inaugurates the Bandaged Bear Day Appeal. Starbucks receives the “Nikkei Superior Products and Service Award” in Japan...

    Coffee, Coffee culture, Coffeehouse 669  Words | 3  Pages

  • Human Resource Management

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    Economics, Human resource management, Law 940  Words | 3  Pages

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