"The Rural Maid Fernando M Maramag" Essays and Research Papers

  • The Rural Maid Fernando M Maramag

    Even after 56 years of Independence, right from the Nehru era to the Vajpayee era, the rural India of today still short of basic amenities, like drinking water, electricity, roads, housing, food and clothing. Once Gandhiji told the renowned author Mr. Mulk Raj Anand that we can't build India unless we build villages. Gandhiji wanted to make the villages independent republics, independent in governance and for routine requirements, governed by the people of the villages and self sufficient for...

    City, Population, Rainwater harvesting 1417  Words | 5  Pages

  • M

    Transportation. Retrieved February 11, 2015, from http://connectedvehicle.itsa.wikispaces.net/file/view/Connected+Vehicle+Assessment+Cybersecurity+ITSA+FINAL+PUBLICATION2+Jan12014.pdf Jefferson R. Souza, Gustavo Pessin, Gustavo B. Eboli, Caio C. T. Mendes, Fernando S. Osório, and Denis F. Wolf. 2012. Vision and GPS-based autonomous vehicle navigation using templates and artificial neural networks. In Proceedings of the 27th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC '12). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 280-285...

    Automobile, Brake, Computer security 1664  Words | 7  Pages

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    two scholarly sources that may prove valuable as you seek to defend your claims. Vasan, R.S.,Pencina (2005) Estimated Risks for Developing Obesity in the Famingham Heart Study Retrieved from:Ashford Online Library http://search.proquest.com DAVIES, M.(2004). Smoking. In Encyclopedia of women's health. Retrieved from http://search.credoreference.com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/content/entry/sprwh/smoking/0 •Address why scholarly sources should be used to support your writing on the selected topic. The...

    Childhood, Childhood obesity, Diabetes mellitus 3063  Words | 6  Pages

  • Biography of Fernando Botero

    fernando botero Patrick Duffy Senora Torres Spanish 3 May 18, 2010 Fernando Botero Fernando Botero, also named the most Colombian of Colombian artists, has developed a style the world notices as his own. Fernando was born in 1932 in Medellin, Colombia. Fernando came across heavy schooling as a child, which isolated him from traditional art in museums and such cultural institutions. It was his strict school however that brought art to be an interest for Fernando, the school Botero attended...

    Aesthetics, Art, Colombia 852  Words | 3  Pages

  • Maid Abuse in Malaysia

    Topic: Maid Abuse In Malaysia Thesis Statement: Maid abuse, which is caused by many factors brings negative effects to the victims, countries involved and communities, thus it must be curbed. Maid abuse is no longer a new issue in Malaysia. What is maid abuse? It is known as an assault and coercive behaviour, which mainly includes physical, psychological and at times sexual too, by employer or household members of employer against a person hired as a domestic help. Malaysia is one of wealthiest...

    Abuse, Domestic worker, Human rights 1995  Words | 5  Pages

  • Wordniabby

    Short History of Fernando Maramag Fernando Mamuri Maramág was born on January 21, 1893 in Ilagan, Isabela. He was educated in the Philippine Normal School, and then transferred to the University of the Philippines. He worked as teacher at the Instituto de Manila, which later became the University of Manila. He was also writer and editor at several magazines, including Rising Philippines, Citizen, Philippine National Weekly, Philippines Herald, and The Tribune. He also served in the Publication Division...

    Iambic tetrameter, Philippines, Phonology 432  Words | 2  Pages

  • utilization of gabing san fernando

     UTILIZATION OF GABING SAN FERNANDO (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) IN THE PRODUCTION OF ETHANOL USING SACCHARIFICATION AND FERMENTATION April 2013 Jill Nathalie P. Bandian Andrea Marie H. Malinawan A Research Proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements in Science 2B, UP Rural High School, Paciano Rizal, Bay, Laguna TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No. I. Introduction ..........................................................................

    Biofuel, Carbon dioxide, Ethanol 1354  Words | 6  Pages

  • maid abused

    are using the word “abed” for their maids, this is an example also for the verbal abuse to these migrants who are physically looked upon as inferior due to their positions as servants, and they are being abused by both agencies and employers. It has been confirmed that every week one maid at least dies in Lebanon, either by an employer’s hand or from suicide. Unfortunately, few laws exist to protect foreign maids, so this issue let the employer abuse the maid without thinking that he will be punished...

    Abuse, Bullying, Child abuse 831  Words | 3  Pages

  • rural livelihood

    FACULTY OF CONSERVATION, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COURSE : SOCIAL ECONOMICS OF RURAL LIVELIHOOD CODE : ERL213 LECTURE : FRANCIS UNGAPEMBE STUDENT : GIFT KAPOTA YEAR : 2 ASSIGNMENT : Seven QUESTION : Discuss the role of government in promoting socio-economics of rural livelihood DUE DATE : 7 September 2013 DATE SUBMITTED: 2 September...

    Economic development, Economics, Land reform 1383  Words | 4  Pages

  • Home Maid

    Home Maid Key Concepts: Home Maid: A “Home maid” can be defined in the scope of this paper as a female employee who does tasks like cleaning, cooking, washing, childcare and housekeeping activities within the confines of a home. In this paper, she may also be referred to as “domestic worker”, “maid” or “domestic help”. Migrant workers: The term “Migrant worker” can be defined as any person who migrates from his/ her own hometown or country for the purpose of finding employment. However, this...

    Domestic worker, Employment, Family 910  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Banking

    Rural Retail Banking in India: 2020 Faculty Contributor : Jayadev M., Associate Professor and Roger Moser, Visiting Faculty Student Contributors : Madhulika Kaul and Charvi Tandon Financial inclusion is seen as one of the means for overall economic development of a country. The growth of the rural retail banking industry fosters financial inclusion by providing financial products and services to people in the farthest reaches of the country. In India, even now the rural areas lack access to...

    Bank, Banking, Central bank 2477  Words | 7  Pages

  • Fernando Amorsolo

    Fernando Amorsolo        Fernando Amorsolo painted and sketched more than ten thousand pieces over his lifetime using natural and backlighting techniques.  His most known works are of the dalagang Filipina, landscapes of his Philippino homeland, portraits and WWII war scenes. Born in Calle Herran in Paco, Manila, on May 20, 1892, Fernando Amorsolo began drawing and sketching as a young boy.  The family lived in Daet until the death of his father.  At that time his mother moved the family to...

    Ferdinand Marcos, Filipino language, Madrid 1050  Words | 3  Pages

  • Foreign Maids

    Foreign Maids A domestic worker (maid) is a person who works within the employer's household. Domestic workers perform a variety of household services for an individual or a family, from providing care for children and elderly dependents to cleaning and household maintenance, known as housekeeping. Responsibilities may also include cooking, doing laundry and ironing, food shopping and other household errands. Some domestic workers live within the household where they work. The...

    Domestic worker, Employment, Home economics 1265  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Ruined Maid

    The Ruined Maid The “Ruined Maid” was written by Thomas Hardy in 1866. This poem has six stanzas, which consists of four quatrains each. In the beginning of each stanza the farm girl speaks, and ‘Melia, the “ruined girl” speaks just for the last line; however for the last stanza ‘Melia begins to respond to the farm girl from the second to last line. This paper will break down each stanza of the “Ruined Maid” for readers unfamiliar with this poem. Further, this summary will give information on the...

    Poetry, Rhyme, Rhyme scheme 1583  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lady's Maid

    The Lady’s Maid The story “The Lady’s Maid” was written by Katherine Mansfield, a famous British writer. She is well-known for her psychological stories. The story “The Lady’s Maid” touches upon the problem of class distinction (the poor’s miserable life) and loneliness. The message of Katherine Mansfield’s story is closely connected with its theme, which is the inequality between the rich and those, who serve them. The author raises the question of injustice and exploitation. I think the message...

    Antagonist, Fiction, Narrative 936  Words | 3  Pages

  • Minute Maid

    The company chosen was Minute Maid. They are produced by The Coca-Cola Company. It is the world’s top marketer of premium fruit juices and drinks. As of now, there are greater than 100 singular flavors and assortments of Minute Maid readily available almost everywhere (The Coca-Cola Company, 2012). Originally, Minute Maid was produced by The Florida Food Corporation. In 1949, the company renamed themselves the Minute Maid Corporation. They adopted the name because of how popular the Orange Juice...

    Advertising, Coca-Cola, Marketing 769  Words | 3  Pages

  • 3rd year

    were you in that deep and darkest night?
 -Leonides Benesa “Fragments: The Desert of God d. HYPERBOLE is an exaggeration used to express strong emotion, to make a point, or to evoke humor. This heat, I mutter
 melts every bones
 -Merlie M. Alunan, “Young Man in a Jeepney” e. IRONY is a contrast or discrepancy between appearance and reality. Neither is man aware of unkind
 flight of time; for, thought it gives him life
 it is dragging him near his grave.
 -Juan de Atayde, “The...

    Figure of speech, Idea, Literature 772  Words | 5  Pages

  • physics M & M lab

    Purpose: To practice direct and indirect measurement Introduction: Do you think you could measure the average thickness of a sample of M&Ms without directly measuring selected M&Ms? The answer is "yes," and in this activity you will make direct and indirect measurements of the thickness of M&Ms. You will compare the results and evaluate the reliability of each method of measurement. Be sure to view the tutorial on the proper use of the vernier caliper. Please re-visit the information on when...

    Caliper, Centimetre gram second system of units, Mean 835  Words | 4  Pages

  • M&M Lab Biology

    M&M’s and the Scientific Method   Objective: Introduce the scientific method including terminology Provide a fun activity for students to experience how the scientific method is used Description of activity Supplies:         Three regular sized bags of M&M’s Three bags of peanut M&M’s Activity: 1.      Get 1 bag of M&M’s. 2.      Guess how many M&M’s are in your bag of M&M’s.  Write it down. That is your hypothesis.  (DO NOT OPEN BAG) 3.      Open your bag of M&M’s...

    Empiricism, Falsifiability, Hypothesis 474  Words | 4  Pages

  • M&M Lab

    (CM) | Radius (CM) | M&M Thickness (CM) | 1 | 75 | 11.34 | 5.67 | 0.722 | 2 | 83 | 12.68 | 6.34 | 0.658 | Table 2 - Direct Measurement | Trial | M&M Thickness (CM) | 1 | 0.642 | 2 | 0.741 | 3 | 0.683 | Table 3 - Calculated Averages | Method | Calculated Average Thickness (cm) | Indirect (from Table 1) | 0.700 | Direct (from Table 2) | 0.689 | Questions: 1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&Ms. The cylinder was...

    Measurement, Sphere, Systems of measurement 533  Words | 3  Pages

  • M&M Meat Shops

    M&M MEAT SHOPS—USING DEMOGRAPHICS TO DRIVE DECISIONS   Known as the store with hundreds of meal ideas but only one aisle, M&M Meat Shops is Canada’s largest retail chain of specialty frozen foods with over 470 locations coast to coast. The demand for “ready-to-heat food” is increasing as more and more households are finding that they just don’t have time to make a home-cooked meal. This is an important demographic dimension for the company. The first M&M store opened in October1980. It was based...

    Canada, Demographics, Household income in the United States 1280  Words | 4  Pages

  • M&M Lab Report

     COLOR FREQUENCY OF M&MS Introduction: The M&Ms were first produced in the early 1940s, when Forrest E. Mars came to the United States from the UK to start a new company, the M&M Limited in New Jersey. He had discovered the candies while at military camps in the UK. Soldiers were eating candy-coated chocolates so they wouldn’t melt in the heat. Mars’ family started the MARS candy bar for troops in World War II, and he extended the practice to the US. Since then, M&Ms have grown to be a classic...

    Color, Difference, Hypothesis 563  Words | 4  Pages

  • M&M Project

     M&Ms® Project Report September 12, 2013 Abstract This paper will discuss the methods taught in Statistics this past semesters using what is being referred to as the M&M® project. Methods include random sampling, calculating random proportions, mean, standard deviations, creating histograms and identifying their shape such as bell, constructing confidence intervals for proportions and hypothesis testing of the samples. Each section of the M&M® project will demonstrate...

    Arithmetic mean, Normal distribution, Sample size 1155  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education and Fernando Elementary School

    CHAPTER1 ENROLLMENT SYSTEM OF SAN FERNANDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Leader: Jocson, Bernardo M. Member: Aguilar, Annalyn P. Limson, Mary Grace DC. Mañalac, Randolph G. Cruz, Ardie N. SUMITTED TO: VINUYA, LINCOLN A INTRODUCTION For a country, an educated society is necessary in the intellectual...

    Computer, Computer program, Computer software 1294  Words | 5  Pages

  • M&M Project

    M&M Report Alex Colbert Strayer University Abstract Statistics is not an easy topic for your everyday person to pick up and make it easy for them to understand. Equations and hypothesis and the like can be overwhelming and confusing. But what about when you relate it to something that is common in everyday life? Throughout the semester we were given the task to evaluate M&Ms in a few different statistical ways. Throughout this report the goal is to be able to explain what happened, and offer...

    Arithmetic mean, Confidence interval, Hypothesis testing 1024  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Non Farm Activities

    of rural non-farm activities, determinants of rural non-farm activities, challenges of rural non-farm activities and the contribution of rural non-farm activities to poverty reduction. Rural non-farm activities Junior R. Davis (2005), defines rural non-farm activities as comprising all those activities associated with wage work or self employment in income generating activities(including income in kind that are not agriculture but which generate income) including remittances etc. in rural areas...

    Agriculture, Economics, Economy 1806  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Care in Rural Communities

    Nursing Care in Rural Communities Holly J. Copher Angelo State University Population Focused Community Health Nursing Nursing Care in Rural CommunitiesLiving in a rural community can present challenges for residents in receiving adequate health care. Many believe that rural communities present less health risks than urban communities. In actuality, they each have their own unique health problems and risks. In rural areas, the elderly population is at risk for not obtaining sufficient healthcare...

    City, Health, Health care 1146  Words | 2  Pages

  • Aging in a Rural Community

    Aging in a Rural Community Wanda W. Jones Webster University Introduction Living and aging in a rural community has many challenges. The aging of America in rural communities has gone from being the prominent lifestyle of American citizens to approximately a quarter of the country living in rural areas. Because elders prefer to remain in their homes and age in place, living in rural communities presents barriers that are not easily overcome. Transportation is a critical component of aging...

    Ageism, Aging, Geriatrics 2088  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ruined Maid

    The Ruined Maid Summary: In this poem the speaker recgonizes an olf frind named Melia who is now a wealthy woman and has turned very beautiful. However, Melia declares that she is ruined now, but the speaker still has an ultimate desire to be just like Melia. The speaker then talks about if this is ruined then I wish to be a ruined woman. Melia then proclaims how the speaker does not have what it takes to be ruined. Speaker: The speaker of the poem is an old maid who is in awe over Melia. Main...

    Alliteration, Future, Poetry 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • M&M Project

    MAT 300 M&Ms® Project Part 5 (3 pts) Using the methods in Section 8.4, test the hypothesis (α = 0.05) that the population proportions of red and brown are equal (pred = pbrown). You are testing if their proportions are equal to one another, NOT if they are equal to one another AND equal to 13%. NOTE: These are NOT independent samples, but we will use this approach anyway to practice the method. This also means that n1 and n2 will both be the total number of candies in all the bags. The...

    Hypothesis, Hypothesis testing, Null hypothesis 396  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Innovation

    RURAL INNOVATION PROJECT An Effort by: Shagun Khandelwal Roll no.- 13 PGDM Rural Management Brief Description of the Project Idea- Electric Cycle Rickshaw Introduction - Most of the cities in developing countries are highly polluted. The main reasons are the air and noise pollution caused by transport vehicles, especially petrol-powered two and three wheelers. For example, in India there are close to 18 million petrol powered two wheelers and about 1.5 million petrol and diesel...

    Auto rickshaw, Automobile, Boda-boda 1624  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Ruined Maid Analysis

    Emily Egbert Dr. Karen C. Holt ENG 333 3/26/2013 Literary Analysis: “The Ruined Maid” Introduction Thomas Hardy’s poem “The Ruined Maid” introduces its reader to the harsh reality of lower class Victorian Women. Critical scrutiny through a feminist lens helps widen the scope of understanding to reveal beyond the satirical irony of the writing and bring to light the deep rooted social issue of Victorian England’s paralyzing poverty and its effects on women. In Critical Theory Today feminist...

    Charles Dickens, Marxism, Social class 1882  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tapping Rural Market

    Tapping Rural Market “Sustainable strategies of corporate” Sandeep Porwal (PGDM Student, CDSM, Indore) Introduction Rural market is getting an importance because of the saturation of the urban market. As due to the competition in the urban market, the market is more or so saturated as most of the capacity of the purchasers have been targeted by the marketers. So the marketers are looking for...

    Corporation, India, Market 2181  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural Sociology

    DEFINITION OF RURAL SOCIOLOGY According to A.R. Desai, “The prime objective of Rural Sociology should be to make a systematic, scientific and comprehensive study of the rural social organisation, of its structure function and objective tendencies of development and on the basis of such a study to discover the laws of is development. Since every science social or natural, has for its aim the discovery of the hither to hidden laws of development of a domain of nature or society, the basic task of Rural Sociology...

    American Sociological Association, Rural, Rural community development 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • Maids

    Millions of maids in Asia and the Middle East are unprotected under labour laws, causing them to be often underpaid, overworked and subjected to physical and sexual abuse. Most were left undetected because many countries’ law prevent labour inspectors from going into private homes where they work in. As this is one of their few ways to earn an income to support their families back at home, maids dared not report to the police for fear of being expelled back to their home countries with no more...

    Abuse, Domestic worker, Employment 739  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rural and Urban

    RURAL AND URBAN Imagine that all people live in villages or they all live in cities. How would the life be if people lived the same lifestyle? A proverb in Yemen says,” Being rural is the best color of lifestyle.’’ In which is meant living in villages is better than living in cities. Well, there is no doubt that life in villages is so beautiful, and very interesting indeed, but at the same there are people who prefer to live in metropolitan cities and this is due to their lust of living...

    City, Developed environments, Education 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippines and San Fernando

    Bungro, City of San Fernando, La Union Contact No.: + 63 910-5780-607 i. PERSONAL DATA Date of Birth : August 2, 1991 Place of Birth : Poblacion, Sudipen, La Union Civil Status : Single Gender : Female E-mail Address : zarah203@hotmail.com Nationality : Filipino Father’s Name : Cesario Uyaan Occupation : Retired Police Mother’s Name : Zenaida Farinas Occupation : housewife Address : Purok 5 Bungro, City of San Fernando, La Union Special...

    Ilocos Region, Ilocos Sur, La Union 450  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rural Marketing Strategy by Colgate

    A Report On Rural Marketing Strategy by Colgate By:- Pulkit Garg (F019) Rohit Ginoria (F022) Sakshi Goyal (F026) Siddharth Pandey (F039) Raina Shah (F050) Shrutkirti Vashisht (F055) INTRODUCTION From a modest start in 1937, when hand-carts were used to distribute Colgate Dental Cream Toothpaste, Colgate-Palmolive (India) today has one of the widest distribution networks in India – a logistical marvel that makes Colgate available in almost 4.93 million retail outlets across...

    City, Colgate-Palmolive, Marketing 731  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Rural Nursing

     The barriers of access to better health services by rural population have been identified as; lack of health care professional, cost and limited access to specific services and lack of culturally acceptable services (Hegney, Pearson and McCarthy, 1997). In most remote parts of Papua New Guinea, there are few qualified health professional working and limited or no medical resources available to carter for the people. It’s because there were no road links or deteriorated infrastructure because of...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 2093  Words | 8  Pages

  • Rural Market

    Rural markets From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Rural Markets are defined as those segments of overall market of any economy, which are distinct from the other types of markets like stock market, commodity markets or Labor economics. Rural Markets constitute an important segment of overall economy, for example, in the USA, out of about 3000 countries, around 2000 counties are rural, that is, non-urbanized, with population of 55 million. Typically, a rural...

    Marketing, Marketing research, Rural culture 2557  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural Transport

    Rural transport is a public good and therefore if examined purely from a private cost basis will always be uneconomic. So I think that the best mean of transport for rural communities is the bus services. There are social benefits arising from better public transport provision in rural areas which include greenhouse gas emissions reduction, social inclusion, and rural development opportunities. For this reason, additional public funding is required to support rural transport provision. A portion...

    City, Economy, Population 885  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Insurance

    business in rural India, both among the rural wealthy and the not-so-wealthy, and most firms in the business are actually ahead of targets laid down by the sector’s regulator, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, or Irda. The companies claim that apart from helping them grow sales in locations outside the near-saturated urban markets, this strategy also helps them maintain their profitability at existing levels—which means that rural policies are as profitable as urban ones. “Rural and social...

    Business, City, Economics 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Sociology

    Rural sociology is a field of sociology associated with the study of social life in rural areas. It is an active field in much of the world, and in the United States originated in the 1910s with close ties to the national Department of Agriculture and land-grant university colleges of agriculture.[1] The sociology of food and agriculture is one focus of rural sociology and much of the field is dedicated to the economics of farm production. Other areas of study include rural migration and other demographic...

    Agricultural experiment station, Agriculture, Land-grant university 1569  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Marketing

    “Emerging opportunities in Rural Market 0f India” Abstract Marketing Seminar 2012 Held at ITS Mohanagar on 2-3 March Submitted by, Krishna Kumar & Vikram Kumar Jaiswal PGDM (2011-13) emails:- krishnakumar@its.edu.in, vikramkumarjaiswal@its.edu.in Contact number: Krishna-7827249697, vikram-8287948327 “Emerging opportunities in Rural Market of India” Abstract ‘India lives in villages’ According to approximation of census 2011, 69% of the entire population of India lives in villages...

    Agricultural economics, Agriculture, India 579  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Lady's Maid

    whom he earlier challenged. The story can thus be seen as skeptical about the aspirations of Irish Nationalism to make an independent Ireland the equal of other countries. Wednesday, March 3, 2010 "The Lady's Maid." Katherine Mansfield. One-minute review: Monologue. Lady’s maid devotes her entire life to her lady who appears to be helpless without her. In fact, she has gone through several ladies and laid them to rest. Yes, she almost got married, but at the last minute, as she watched her...

    Anton Chekhov, Fiction, Short story 1920  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Effects of Hiring a Foreign Maid

    Nowadays, the employment of foreign maid has increasing tremendously. They are hired to do the house chores as the women are mostly having a career or profession which keep them spending most of the time outside of the house. As a result, the house works are taken over by the foreign maid and it brings negative effects to the employer’s family and also to the country. Hence, the insecure home, problem with the family institution, high costs and increase in expenses for the local government are therefore...

    Child abuse, Domestic worker, Employment 1362  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Economy

    conclusion. Life goes on in a certain way in the rural areas and in another way in urban areas. The life struggle of the people in the rural areas and in the urban areas is very different. That's why it is not really a very good idea to put on some fancy thoughts regarding the rural life sitting in an urbanized atmosphere. It is an imperative to come out of the shell of urbanization and go to the rural areas if someone really wants to understand the rural life. Bangladesh is a small country in the...

    City, Historiography, Population 1508  Words | 5  Pages

  • M&M Statistics

    MAT 300: STATISTICS M&M PROJECT PAPER ALEXANDREA WINT PROFESSOR AZAD, VARGHA June 3, 2012 Purpose of Report The purpose of this project is to find the information for a quality control manager of Masterfoods plant. The manager wants to know about the proportion of candies and if they are the same or different. If there is any difference that exists then the manager wants to know why there is a difference in such cases. A study was conducted and results were obtained and based...

    Arithmetic mean, Color, Mean 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • rural insurance

    Rural Insurance in India the untapped waters The real source of marketing promise is not wealthy few in the developing world, or even the emerging middle income consumers. It is the billions of aspiring poor who are joining the market economy for the first time.                                                                                                                                             ---C.K.Prahlad Rural India is where the next ‘big’ opportunity is. Indian rural market constitutes...

    Annuity, Economics, Endowment policy 910  Words | 4  Pages

  • Swot Analysis of M&M

    many domestic and foreign players in two wheeler market in India. But Hero Honda and Bajaj are the players who are dominating the market. The automobile industry today is the most lucrative industry. Due to the increase in disposable income in both rural and urban sector and easy finance being provided by all the financial institutes, the passenger car sales have increased. This project report deals with “An analytical study of Consumer behavior while buying a motorcycle”. An analysis of consumer’s...

    Automobile, Fuel efficiency, Honda 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Tourism

    WHISTLING WOODS TOURS AND TRAVELS ‘RURAL INDIA…Pure. Natural. Unspoiled. The way life should be…’ About Rural Tourism Villages are abundant in refreshing greenery, openness, fresh natural airs, pastoral beauty, and touching and winsome rustic simplicity. Far away from the hustle and bustle of congested cities’ life, and polluted air & ambience, villages offer fresh comforting breezes, lavish openness, and pleasant & soothing solitude. Thus, the village tourism is an expedient means of spending...

    City, Marketing, Mexico 1287  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Marketing

    and markets these products in India and across the globe. Coromandel is the second largest manufacturer of Malathion and only the second manufacturer of Phenthoate. Coromandel has also ventured into the retail business setting up more than 640 rural retail centers in the States of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The Company clocked a turnover of Rs.9, 823 crore during FY 2011-12. lt was ranked among the top 20 best companies to work for by Business Today and was also voted as one of the ten ...

    Department store, Retailing 1815  Words | 7  Pages

  • Surviving Without Maid

    ‘’Surviving without a maid’’ is an article adopted from the Star newspaper under the StarMetro section by the author V.P.Sujata with her main argument presented on the topic life without a domestic helper is not all that bad, if you have the right help. In the beginning, the writer express a general view on having a maid would be great but literally ‘that’ disappointed the writer as in she was unhappy with the odd behaviour of her last maid and getting an appropriate new maid was a big hassle. ...

    Cleanliness, Domestic worker, Homemaker 806  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Masculinity

    Ben Nelson English 1000 10-30-12 Rural Masculinity Since the beginning of time boys have looked up to men as their role models. The men these boys look up to have shown the masculine qualities that are needed to encompass the guy code. Many Americans like the qualities that make up the rural masculinity or a “country boy”. These country boys encompass many good qualities that make them popular. The stereotypical country boy is white 10-60, and usually is in the lower-middle class (blue...

    Derrick, Man, Music industry 1045  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ngo Activities in Rural Development

      An assignment on NGOs activities in rural development: A criticalappraisal. Introduction:  Non-Government Organization (NGOs) started in this country in a limited scale as relief  provides following the devastating cyclone in 1970, which claimed colossal human lives and properties in the coastal belt and the off-shore islands. Devastations caused by the War of Liberation in 1971 prompted other foreign and newly established local NGOs to mount relief andrehabilitation Programs.Recognizing the...

    Bangladesh, Economic development, Grameen Bank 1875  Words | 7  Pages

  • Twelve Maids: Odyssey and Penelopiad

    The Untold Story of Penelope’s Maids As the saying goes, there are two sides to every story. This even applies to the epic novel, Homer's, The Odyssey. While the storyline may do an outstanding job of glorifying Odysseus' heroism, it fails to give proper insight into the victims of his revenge. Margaret Atwood's, The Penelopiad gives an alternate view of what was going on in Ithaca during Odysseus' 20 year absence. This essay will specifically focus on the maids who were hanged because of what...

    Circe, Ithaca, Odysseus 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urban and Rural

    Difference between Rural and Urban Life: |SR .NO |Rural Life |Urban life | |1 |Environment: Close / direct contact with nature. |Greater isolation from nature. Predominance of manmade | | |Preliminaries influenced by natural environmental |(artificial environment). | | |elements like rain, heat, drought, frost, sow...

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