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Chapter 7: India and China Establish Empires Chapter 8: African Civilizations Chapter 9: The Americas: A Separate World.

practiced religious toleration. C. 7, S. 1, Q. 2: What impact did the Greeks, Persians, and Central Asians have on Indian life between the Mauryan and Gupta Empires?  Asoka’s death left a power vacuum. In northern and central India, regional kings challenged the imperial government. The kingdoms of central India, which had only been loosely held in the Mauryan Empire, soon regained their independence. The Andhra/


regulate the payment of wages to certain classes of persons PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936 An Act to regulate the payment of wages to certain classes of persons Extends to the whole of India Responsibility of payment wages rests with/ National Tribunals National Tribunals are constituted by the Central Government for the adjudication of industrial disputes which, in the opinion of the Central Government, involve questions of national importance or are of such a nature that industrial establishments situated in/

Company Law.

a distinct name and limited liability. They can be incorporated under the Companies Act (it may be any type of company) Corporations enacted under special enactments ( Even those which are incorporated outside India) Corporate sole Any other body corporate notified by the central government Features of a company A company is considered as a separate legal entity from its members, which can conduct business with/

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Established by an Act of Indian Parliament The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949.

of India Comptroller & Auditor General of India Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India Reserve Bank of India Reserve Bank of India Securities and Exchange Board of India Securities and Exchange Board of India Central Board of Direct Taxes Central Board of Direct Taxes Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Departments of Central and State Governments Departments of Central and State Governments/

Development of Local Currency Bond Markets: The Indian Experience Shyamala Gopinath Reserve Bank of India March 6-7, 2007 London.

and Debt Fiscal and Debt Market Reforms Fiscal and Debt Market Reforms Issues in Development of State Government Securities Issues in Development of State Government Securities Corporate Bond Market Corporate Bond Market The Way Ahead The Way Ahead Structure of Bond Markets in India Central Government Securities Central Government Securities State Government Securities State Government Securities Corporate Bond Market Corporate Bond Market Securitised Debt Securitised Debt Institutional Arrangements with/

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sports body; Recognized sports body means – (i) the Indian Olympic Association, (ii) Sports Authority of India, (iii) a national sports federation recognised by the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs of the Central Government, and its affiliate federations, (iv) national sports promotion organisations recognised by the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs of the Central Government, (v)the International Olympic Association or a federation recognised by the International Olympic Association/

Macroeconomic Environment of Business

is the central theme of the plan that seeks to lower poverty by 10%, generate 70 million new jobs, and reduce unemployment to less than 5%. What is Union Budget? The Union Budget gives the details of income and expenditure planned by the government of India. Income/next 40 years Monetized Deficit It is net increase in net Reserve Bank credit to Central government which is sum of increase in RBI’s holdings of govt of India dated securities, treasury bills, rupee coins and loans and advances from Reserve Bank /

1 EVA’s GLOBAL SCENARIOS Playing fields of the future.

politically. Chinese policy becomes openly hostile towards Japan. Japan allies militarily with the democracies of East-Asia. India’s development In India, internal political problems, religious conflicts and terrorist strikes become critical. This is reflected in/. Companies must compete for skilled international labour and the assistance of the central government and the municipalities is needed to facilitate work-oriented immigration. Combining of work and leisure time will be Finland’s trump card. This/

Taxation of Charitable Trusts

Central Government would qualify for exemption under section 10(23C)(iiiab) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. CIT, Bangalore v. Indian Institute of Management [2010] 8 taxmann.com 239 (KAR.) Note: In view of s.11(1)(a), income to be applied to purposes of trust in India/, the trust was entitled to registration under s.12A. Contd…. Petitioner-board was set up by Government of India as an autonomous society under Societies Registration Act, 1860, to promote integrated development in Horticulture - Petitioner/


, the Indian Forest Service, and the Indian Police Service. There are various central services like the Indian Income Tax Service, Indian Railway Services etc. There are three tiers of administration-Union Government, State Governments and the Local governments. The State Governments have their own set of services. The Constitutional Provisions The hallmarks of civil services in India Constitutional protection. Political neutrality. Permanency. Annonymity Recruitment based on merit. Done by/

Chapter 2: Small Business

per block. So far, 171 institutions have been identified under this programme. Integrated Infrastructural Development Centres:- The central government has formulated a scheme for setting up IID in rural and backward areas and the target was to set/Rural Development NABARD stands for National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development. The Government of India and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) constituted a committee to review the arrangements for institutional credit for agriculture and rural development on /

Cultures of East Asia Fall 2012

Empress Wu met with disdain by many Chinese historians? The Age of Buddhism From India Buddhism first came to China from India during Han times During Period of Disunion many Chinese turned to Buddhism Taught people could escape suffering, / by 670 Agreed to pay tribute to China to ensure harmony, good will Embraced many aspects of Chinese civilization, promoted Buddhism, created central government, bureaucracy based on Tang model 935, rebels defeated Silla Kingdom, founded Koryo dynasty, which lasted/

Chapter 1 and 2.

progress was made in society and the arts. The Guptas favored Hinduism although they allowed Buddhism. During Gupta rule Hinduism became the dominant religion of India. It remains so today. Under later rulers the Gupta empire was weakened. The Gupta political system was less centralized than the Mauryan government; it gave much power to local leaders. During the late A.D.400s invaders from/

RESERVE BANK OF INDIA Establishment The Reserve Bank of India was established on April 1, 1935 in accordance with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of.

members each appointed by the Central Government for a term of four years Functions : To advise the Central Board on local matters and to represent territorial and economic interests of local cooperative and indigenous banks; to perform such other functions as delegated by Central Board from time to time. STRUCTURE Central Board of Directors The Central Board of Directors is the main committee of the central bank. The Government of India appoints the directors for/

Chapter Intro 1 Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia What might be some effects of imperialism?

Britain suppressed the rebellion. The Sepoy Mutiny (cont.)‏ As a result of the mutiny, the British Parliament transferred powers of the East India Company directly to the British government. Queen Victoria took the title Empress of India in 1876. Section 3 British Colonial Rule The British brought order and stability to India, but they also hurt India’s economy and degraded the Indian people. Section 3 To aid/

Maintaining Order: Part 1: Persia Part 2: India Part 3: China Lesson 16.

have an even larger empire and he will rely largely on established Persian institutions such as the satrapies to govern it How were populations controlled by the Persians? Combination of centralization and localization –Centralization Authority Persepolis Royal Road Standardized taxes –Localization Satraps Tolerance Part 2: India Theme: Social hierarchical controls Lesson 16 ID & SIG caste system, jati, untouchables, varna Where we left off in Lesson/

An Age of Exploration and Isolation

only 75 feet long.) The fleet passed through Southeast Asia and visited the western coast of India and the city-states of East Africa. It returned with items unknown in China and with information about the outside /centralized government to Japan. As a result, the rule of law overcame the rule of the sword. Tokugawa Shogunate Tokugawa Ieyasu, head of the powerful daimyo of Edo (modern-day Tokyo), took control of Japan in 1598. Ieyasu took the title of shogun in 1603, completing the restoration of central/

Muslim Rule in India The Arrival of Islam Muslim Raiders

in his name for 4 years Akbar was an ambitious and noble commander Built the largest army ever in the empire. Helped to conquer nearly all of modern-day northern India and Pakistan. Great administrator developed a centralized government It delegated 15 provinces each under a governor and each province into districts and each district was further sub-divided into smaller sections. Best known/

Academic Consortia in India

2009 4/15/2017 Emergence of Consortia in India The accessibility to international journals in Indian universities and technical institutions has improved many fold with setting-up of a few Government-funded library consortia. Prior to setting up of these consortia, the access to e-journals was restricted to a premier institutions like IISc, IITs, IIMs and a few central universities who were subscribing to a/


199,627.0 Central Electricity Authority, as of March 2012 Wireless subscribers (No) 14,009,483 903,727,208 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of January 2012 Broadband subscribers (No) 90,245 13,350,938 Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, as of December 2011 /minimum wages per day) Un-skilled: US$ 2.2 Skilled: US$ 2.6 Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India kWh: kilo-Watt hour For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org DOING BUSINESS IN ASSAM Assam Contact List 2012/

Harun R. Khan Deputy Governor Reserve Bank of India The 2012 Capital Markets Conference Doha, Qatar September 18-19, 2012 Role of State in Developing Debt.

screen based order matching system (NDS-OM), NDS-Auction, and Web-based Module). Clearing and settlement of Government securities and corporate bonds (in India - CCIL serves as CCP). Safe and sound payment and settlement system (RTGS, and DvP Settlement in Central Bank books). Central Depository (in India – For Government securities Reserve Bank of India is depository: SGL system). Compliance with the ‘Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures’ (PFMI) finalized by/

Welcome Department of Disability Affairs

during 2012-13 and 13,307 during 2013-14. Institutional Framework to deal with Issues concerning PwDs (H) Central Public Sector Enterprises under the Department 2. Artificial Limb Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) ALIMCO was set up in 1972 by the Government of India under Section 25 of the Companies Act 1956 for manufacturing and supplying durable, sophisticated, scientifically manufactured modern and ISI standard quality aids and/

Nicki Pearce Kurt Frevert Molly McDonald India Overview Fall 2006.

: 16.5 squ miles (Delhi: ~900 squ miles) Capital of the Republic of India and the seat of the Government of India Population: 320,000 (Delhi:13.8 million) Government: Municipal Council of 11 members –Includes: 1 Chairperson, 3 members of New Delhi Legislative Assembly, 2 members nominated by the Chief Minister of New Delhi and 5 members nominated by the central government Cities: New Delhi History: Delhi has been the historic capital/

Himachal Pradesh 2012 AUGUST THE ABODE OF GODS

Central Electricity Authority, as of March 2012 Wireless subscribers (No) 7,846,717 903,727,208 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of January 2012 Broadband subscribers (No) 81,480 13,350,938 Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, as of/kl) Domestic: US 16.2 cents Commercial: US 32.6 cents Sources: Directorate of Industries, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, Himachal Pradesh Irrigation and Public Health Department, Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Ltd, /

Chapter 4 The Age of Great Empires. Alexander’s Empire and the Successor Kingdom 1. Alexanders army of 37,000 and cavalry of 5,000 had little trouble.

C.E. The Great Wall with tower, north of Beijing XHan Government äCentralized, bureaucratic government headed by a prime minister äCounty; 10-20 counties made up a commandery (province) äAmbitions of wives, mothers, and in-laws äProfessional civil service/ affect the economies of India, China, Persia, and Rome? XCities, Manufacturing, and Commerce äUrban centers äManufacturing and trade flourish äThe Silk Road FConnected Chinese and Roman Empires in trade only not government communication XReligion and /

PRASHANT MISTRY Computer Science

upper-secondary stream for their last two years of schooling before university. Secondary education and Governing bodies Secondary schools are affiliated with Central or State boards which administer examinations at the end of grade 10 resulting in the award of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC), the All-India Secondary School Certificate. There are three national examination boards: the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Council for the/

IR in India – Pre Independence

the Constitution, labour is a concurrent i.e. both the Central and State governments can enact labour legislation, with the clause that the State legislation cannot enact the law which is repugnant to the Central law. Profile of Labour Legislation in India Standards and norms legislations Welfare and amenities legislations Disputes processing and rights of parties legislation Factories Act Shops and Establishment Act Mines Act Plantation/

**.. Banking is defined in the Banking Regulation Act.

report c.. Search report d.. All these reports 23.. To order amalgamation of two banking companies under the provisions of Companies Act rests with a.. Central Government b.. Reserve Bank of India c.. Central Government with the consultation of Reserve Bank of India d.. Company Law Board 24..Authroisation under the law for a debtor to postpone payment of dues for a specified time a.. Holiday period b. Gestation period c.. Moratorium/

Challenges in Metropolitan Management: The Indian Experience Simanti Bandyopadhyay National Institute of Public Finance and Policy New Delhi, India April.

Central Bank of India located in Mumbai Plausible Explanations Attributable to an early thinking process on agglomeration economies : Oversaturated central city A source of revenue like Octroi –Now under consideration for abolition Greater stability in the unorganised sector –Better choices even for the illiterates: important factor for sustenance of a city in a developing country A stable politics led by congress A Shiv Sena government/ intensity of services ULBs, Parastatals, Central Governments –Water/

Health care delivery system in India. Framework Introduction Evolution of health care services in India Role of different committees Organizational structure.

and family welfare The directorate general of health services. The central council of health and family welfare. The union health ministry Department of healthDepartment of family welfare Department of health Secretary to the Gov. of India (Executive head) Joint secretary Administrative staff Directorate general of health services Subordinate officer Department of family welfare Was created in 1966 Headed by the secretary to the government of India. Secretary Additional secretary Commissioner One joint/


or governed by the Factories Act, 1948 (63 of 1948); b) any society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (21 of 1860) or under any other law for the time being in force in any part of India; c) any co-operative society established by or under any law; d) any dealer of excisable goods, who is registered under the Central Excise Act, 1944 (1 of 1944/

Geography of International Trade Jinan University Department of International Economics and Trade Students of Year 2001 Autumn, 2004.

Bengal area around Modern Calcutta. In 1857, the British government took full political control of Southern Asia, which became the British Indian Empire; the East India Company was abolished. British Imperial Rule A strong core-periphery/decline. Natural Environment Geologic Varieties:  Ancient shield areas around the Baltic Sea – Northwestern highlands;  Uplands of central Europe;  Mountains of the Alps (its peak – Mont Blanc);  Lowland plains around the North Sea. Midlatitude West Coast Climates:/

UNIT 2. Definition of banking – functions of bank - Working of Banks- broad concepts Structure of Banking Industry(SBI, PSBs, Pvt. Banks, Foreign Banks,

years c)Fifteen Directors :Other fifteen members of the Central Board are appointed by the Central Government. Out of these, four directors,one each from the four local Boards are nominated by the Government separately by the Central Government. Ten directors nominated by the Central Government are among the experts of commerce, industries, finance, economics and cooperation. The finance secretary of the Government of India is also nominated as Govt. officer in the board. Ten/

12.00 8.70 5.48 4.63 8.24 5.73 5.27 10.7012.200.50 3.41 Policy Overview for Vocational Education & Training in India.

& Analysis Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS) Skills Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS) Delivery Mechanism The courses are of six months to four years duration The trainees are required to appear for All India Trade Tests The successful trainees receive certificates from NCVT which can be used to apply to Central Government Overview The scheme was initiated by DGE&T to provide vocational training to semi skilled/

1 Maharashtra GATEWAY TO INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

Building PlanDevelopment Authority No-Objection CertificateFire Department Provisional Trade Tax Registrations Central and State Excise Departments Registration under Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 Before Commencement of Production No-Objection Certificate under the Water Act, 1974 and / US$ 5.3 Unskilled: US$ 2.0 to US$ 5.0 Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India GATEWAY TO INDIA Cost of Doing Business in Maharashtra For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org Maharashtra DOING BUSINESS IN/

Session – 8. Indian Subcontinent The Indian Subcontinent is made up of how many countries?

system of India. All major rivers of India originate from one of the three main watersheds. The Himalaya and the Karakoram ranges Vindhya and Satpura ranges and Chotanagpur plateau in central India Sahyadri or Western Ghats in western India The/ m) Lowest Point - Drangme Chhu 318 ft. (97 m) National Symbols – Thunder dragon known as Druk POLITICAL MAP Government type - constitutional monarchy Administrative divisions – 20 districts (dzongkhag, singular and plural); Bumthang, Chhukha, Chirang, Daga, Gasa, /

Closing the infrastructure gap: The role of public-private partnerships P R Srinivas Industry Lead – THL Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Private Limited.

and take PPPs to the next stage of development. This development, in turn, will enable this relatively new delivery model to play a far larger role in closing the infrastructure gaps bedeviling governments across the world. 2 nd Deloitte Central Europe PPP Training Seminar, Prague 12 & 13 April 2006 Tourism and PPP ©2008 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Tourism Planning – some fundamentals Long-term destination/

Globalization, Demographic Transition and Reform of Social Safety Nets in India By: Mukul G. Asher, Professor and Deepa Vasudevan, Research Assistant LKY.

) This hampers the vision of India becoming an important regional financial center and using its relatively more developed financial and capital markets as a competitive tool against other countries such as China. 55 Reforming EPFO/23 Table 8 Investment Guidelines for Provident Funds Investments in% of total Central Govt. Securities25 State Government securities and negotiable instruments guaranteed by the Government 15 Bonds of Public financial institutions and/

SIRE Development Fund Preliminary Fund Presentation September 2008 A South India Real Estate Opportunity This is a proposed fund and details are subject.

loans on attractive terms – Mortgage tax relief on both interest and capital Central and local government focus on Infrastructure is stimulating development of both individual properties and business park 50 cities of over 1 million population, ideal for real estate investment and development Sources: Merrill Lynch, HDFC, DB & FCH Research, CNK India (chartered accountants) 10 Factors Driving the Indian Hospitality Market 300m domestic Indian travellers/

Indian Economy. Growth and Development of the Economic Firmament.

sectors.  The funds under the RKVP are provided to the states as 100 % grant by the central government. CONTD >>>>>. The main objectives of the scheme are :  To incentivize the states to increase public investment in agriculture and allied sectors/from FERA implying that these commodities were now to be governed by Exim policy. Foreign Exchange Management Act (Fema ) 1999 : The Foreign Exchange Management bill (FEMA ) was introduced by the Government of India in parliament on August 4, 1998. the bill aims /

UNIT 1. Definition of banking – functions of bank - Working of Banks- broad concepts Structure of Banking Industry(SBI, PSBs, Pvt. Banks, Foreign Banks,

, Kochi, Lucknow and Byculla (Mumbai). The RBI can open its offices with the permission of the Government of India. In places where there are no offices of the bank, it is represented by the state Bank of India and its associate banks as the agents of RBI. RESERVE BANK OF INDIA The central bank of the country is the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). It was established in April 1935 with a share capital/

World War I Social Studies 9 Ms. Rebecca. Quiz! 1. What was Gandhi’s main goal for India? 1. What was Gandhi’s main goal for India? 2. What was Gandhi’s.

-front war Trenches Trenches Trench warfare Trench warfare Central Powers Central Powers Allies Allies Stalemate Stalemate Shells Shells Submarine Submarine armistice armistice Make sure you know the following: Imperialism: Strong countries conquer weaker countries. Ex. Europe took over colonies (an area of land in one area controlled by a country far away. Britain had colonies in India) Imperialism: Strong countries conquer weaker countries. Ex/

WHY WAS THERE INCREASING TENSION IN INDIA AT THE START OF THE 20 TH CENTURY? CONGRESS FORMED -A moderate political organisation -Did not demand Home Rule.

: -Congress rejected the special protection of minorities and the proposed weak central government - Jinnahh called it ‘totally unacceptable because he believed it failed to give Muslims any real power in a new Indian governement HOW DID WORLD WAR II IMPACT ON INDIA AND BRITAIN -Viceroy declared war without consulting the Indian Assembly which he was supposed to according to the Government of India Act II -Should have consulted/

Foundations of Comparative Politics by Kenneth Newton and Jan van Deth All slides © Kenneth Newton and Jan van Deth 2005 FACT FILES.

Trudeau and Mulroney (Canada). A large proportion of parliamentary democracies are smaller states (India is an exception) and many are small island democracies. Of the newly democratised countries of central and east Europe, only Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia and Slovakia are fully parliamentary. page 62 Fact file 4.2 Semi-presidentialism Relatively few countries have a semi-presidential form of government, and only Finland, France and Portugal have/

CLASSICAL INDIA FROM THE MAURYANS TO THE GUPTAS. THE LATE VEDIC AGE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE Name from Vedas, which.

321 B.C.E., founds Mauryan Empire Conquered the Greek state in Bactria, Selecuid control of Indus Conquered the Greek state in Bactria, Selecuid control of Indus Chandraguptas empire embraced all of northern India Chandraguptas empire embraced all of northern India Chandraguptas government Chandraguptas government Centralized harsh and efficient government Centralized harsh and efficient government Synchronized Persian, Greek, and Hindu ideas into Indian model Synchronized Persian, Greek, and Hindu ideas/

1 Arunachal Pradesh THE LAND OF RISING SUN For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

tour operations, hotels and resorts. → In 2009-10, Arunachal Pradesh had received financial assistance from the Central Government for developing sustainable rural tourism. The project aims at promoting traditional rural art, craft, textile and culture to attract tourists as well as to develop the rural economy. Source: Ministry of Tourism, Government of India Arrival of Domestic Tourists in Arunachal Pradesh (in ‘000) AUGUST 2012 34 THE LAND/

Digital India Juhushi Patel Rambhoopal Kantam. Prioritizing to practical roadmap for a Digital India To build digital India we need to have strong data.

data analysis, data governance, building data warehouses according to master plan. We have 1.25 billion people live in India and everyday it will generate millions government records. Connecting everything with unique social security number, centralized police system, digital / need infrastructure of roads Other important thing is there are applications in the market to trace hours. So step by step eliminating paper work from government offices. I am currently working in a data warehouse of an IT company/

CLASSICAL INDIA FROM THE MAURYANS TO THE GUPTAS. THE LATE VEDIC AGE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE Name from Vedas, which.

of India, SE Asia Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism RISE OF MAURYAN EMPIRE Western Intrusions Western Intrusions Intrusions of Persians (520 B.C.E.) Intrusions of Persians (520 B.C.E.) Persians established Indus satrapy Persians established Indus satrapy Introduced imperial government/ nomads enter India from Central Asia Indo-European nomads enter India from Central Asia Indo-Greeks/

 TASK ONE. To provide understanding of the economic and political situation in India and their associated factors to make a balanced investment decision.

deciduous forest of eastern India; the teak- dominated dry deciduous forest of central and southern India; and the babul-dominated thorn forest of the central Deccan and western Gangetic plain.  India is the most populous democracy in the world.  A parliamentary republic with a multi- party system.  Six recognised national parties.  India is a federation with a parliamentary system governed under the Constitution of India.  The President of India is the head of state.  The/

 TASK ONE. To provide understanding of the economic and political situation in India and their associated factors to make a balanced investment decision.

’s third largest internet users- 100 million. Consumer Protection. Quality of Service Affordable Tariff Interconnections Regulations, directions and Orders Recommendations  The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India is the independent regulator established in 1997 by the Government of India to regulate the telecommunications business in India.  The mission of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is to ensure that the interests of consumers are protected and at the same time to nurture/

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