• Great Britain's Empire
    During the 1800's, Great Britain's Empire became larger when it added India, parts of Asia and parts of Africa. Great Britain's colonial rule had many great effects on the colonial empire but also had some negative effects too. In document 3b it explains the reasons why the Europeans decided on...
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  • Presidential Form of Government
    you for accepting to debate on the issue that is important for India's future. India is a big and second most populous country in the entire world. India needs a leadership that is accountable, that can submerge the divisions within and make it a strong nation free from corruption, inequities and backwardness...
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  • Tata Ace
    retreading, Health care, Naturopathy & Education. After starting at Dehradun the group has now spread over the Central, Northern and Western parts of India covering Utter Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra & New Delhi. The Group Chairman Dr. Ishwer Chandra Gupta is an M.Com., L.L.B. &...
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  • Financial Institution Operation in Nepal
    civilization and even beyond. Ayurveda, the consider nature as the prime provider of life. Ayurveda is one of the greatest gifts of the sages of ancient India to humankind and accepted as the oldest scientific medical system with a long record of clinical experience. Ayurveda aims at the physical, mental and...
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  • The Caste System in India
    The Caste System in India By : Justice Markandey Katju, Judge, Supreme Court of India The caste system is one of the greatest social evils plaguing our country today. It is acting as a powerful social and political divisive force in our country at a time when it is absolutely essential for us to...
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  • Iip on Itc
    helped me in getting the requisite inputs and their respective implementation. I am highly grateful to Mr. VEERA BADRA ROA (Marketing Manager – PSPD Division) for guiding me throughout my training. I am also indebted to my college guide Mr. M.Chaitanya(Associate Professor) for helping me out at the times...
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  • Partition: Was it worth it?
    Partition was it worth it? India, in many people’s opinion is a very beautiful, culturally rich, and traditionally country. It is a place with gorgeous grand architecture, fashionable attire, and wonderful people. India is a country in South Asia, with a population of roughly about 1,210,193...
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  • Gap Analysis
    will attempt to show the stakeholder perspectives of the company with the workers Union and the consumer marketing and sales division. The Gap Analysis will include and end-state vision by explaining the path in order to reach the desired goal of making the company a true global company that has a strong...
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  • Barriers in Launch of New Pharma Product
    CHAPTER: 1 INTRODUCTION History of Indian Pharma Industry The Pharmaceutical industry in India is the world's third-largest in terms of volume and stands 14th in terms of value. According to Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, the total turnover of India's...
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  • Project
    civilization and even beyond. Ayurveda, the considers nature as the prime provider of life. Ayurveda is one of the greatest gifts of the sages of ancient India to mankind and is accepted as the oldest scientific medical system with a long record of clinical experience. Ayurveda aims at the physical, mental...
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  • Diplomacy
    Diplomacy is the art and practice of conducting negotiations between representatives of groups or states. DEFINITION OF DIPLOMACY: ...
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  • Telagana and Fresh Debate It Sparks on State Reorganisation
    telangana state was first conceived in 1953, the fact that region spoke same language as the rayalaseema and coastal andhra become basis for formation of indias first linguistic state when unified andhra was created in 1956 after the passing of state reorganisation act of 1956 despite the state reorganisation...
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  • Npa (Comparitive Analysis)
    NON PERFORMING ASSETS (NPA) OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN INDIA NAME- DEEP DUTTA ...
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  • Preference Utilitarianism and Caste Mind Set
    Portuguese who came to India gave the name castas, referring to the pure/impure divide. Thus the word caste came into being in the Indian society. The translation of the terms Varna and Jati into caste seems obscures the real difference between them. Varna refers to the social division believed to have been...
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  • Employee Retention
    employees from leaving such as rewarding employees for performing their jobs effectively, ensuring good relations between employees and managers and maintaining a safe healthy environment. When you have hired good people trained them, built them into high performing teams you don’t want to loose them. There...
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  • Corporate Strategy
    MGMT611: Strategy Natalya Vinokurova Corporate Strategy Session 15 1 Corporate Scope Corporate center Division A in industry a Division B in industry b Division C in industry c Division D in industry d – The average U.S. Fortune 500 company operates in four different industries – Diversification...
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  • Management
    placed the retail reforms on hold till it reaches a consensus. On 14 September 2012, the government of India announced the opening of FDI in multi-brand retail, subject to approvals by individual states. This decision has been welcomed by economists and the markets, however has caused protests and an upheaval...
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  • Caste
    crusader against caste oppression and his active protest against past and contemporary forms of mistreatment and inequality of back ward classes in India has yielded the fruit of social change among dalits and other untouchables. His representing the agony and retaliation against the caste based exploitative...
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  • The Big Auto Drive
    they need a more nuanced view of economic probabilities, in order to fine-tune their business to maximize profits and minimize losses in not one division, but three. In order to prepare for the most likely economic futures, Big Drive Auto needs to prepare for a slowdown in the domestic automobile industry...
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  • Recession
    recession in jobs availability and companies following downsizing in the existing available staff and cutting down of the perks and salary corrections. India could also not escape from this turmoil. Part and partially it turned out to be a victim to this crisis. It suffered less of lossess because of its...
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