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ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS-INDUSTRY

seen and on other hand, production possibilities of commodities of comfort and entertainment are available on large scale. Distribution of national income in India is unequal, so supply of things of basic needs is less, while business-industries get/ higher in comparison to public deposits. 5. Commercial Banks : Its activities are noteworthy in the development of small industries in India. Provides long term credit to small industries for purchasing fixed assets like land, house, machinery, etc. And provides/


AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon.

—sugar, cacao, cochineal, and indigo; their increasing value brought greater demand for labor control, and in the 19th cent. the cultivation of other crops on a large scale required a continuous and cheap labor supply. Trading / Tentacles of Technology North South Divide Isms Absolutism, Nationalism Capitalism (Adam Smith actually from 1700s) Proto-Industrialism and Industrialism Liberalism, Radicalism, Conservatism Antithesis to Marxism is revisionism Idea that reform is better than revolution Marxism, /


History and culture of the Punjab Part - 3

, there was large scale transfer of population and the land vacated by Muslims in India was much less than that left behind in Pakistan. Therefore the immigrants from Pakistan were given much smaller holdings in lieu of the ones abandoned by them. The graded system of cuts was applied due to which large grantees and farmers merged back into peasantry. Causes of Backwardness of Agriculture in Punjab Small size holdings Defective/


PENGELOLAAN LINGKUNGAN

to be sampled (soil, vegetation, air, water, sludge, etc.). The physical and chemical properties of the contaminant. Other contaminants that affect the results. Regulatory requirements and safety Costs Reliability. Scale of sample area (small-scale site related to individual persons versus a large-scale site). Short- versus long-term sampling requirement Role of science and judgment in setting national ambient air quality standards: how low is low enough? Roger/


Small Scale Industries and its Pollution Potential Nivit Kumar Yadav Centre for Science and Environment.

percent of coal based sponge iron manufactured in the world comes form India and about 60% of this production comes from small scale industry. Sponge Iron Industry: Coal based process Sponge Iron Industry Input-Output For a tonne of sponge /in the factory campus. This stored toxic water then seeps into the ground contaminating the ground water. Even a large company like Jindal Steel and Power Ltd dumps fly ash in the nearby school ground, riversides and in forest areas and roadsides. Sponge Iron Industry/


INDIA INDIA AN INTRODUCTION AS A MARKET

services in the country behind Bangalore. More recently, Chennai has emerged as an electronic manufacturing hub with multinational corporations like Dell, Nokia, Motorola, Cisco, Samsung, Siemens, Sony-Ericsson, Flextronics and Foxconn setting up electronics and hardware manufacturing plants. Chennai has a market share of around 30% of Indias automobile industry[ and 35% of its auto components industry. Other major manufacturing facilities range from small scale manufacturing to large scale heavy industrial/


RURAL AREA Where the people are engaged in primary industry in the sense that they produce things directly for the first time in cooperation with nature.

8. To develop rural institutions like Panchayat, cooperatives, post, banking and credit. 9. To develop rural industries through the development of handicrafts, small scaled industries, village industries, rural crafts, cottage industries and other related economic operations in the rural sector. 10. To develop agriculture, animal husbandry and other agricultural related areas. 11. To restore uncultivated land, provide irrigation facilities and motivate farmers to adopt improved seed, fertilizers, package of/


Business Ethics: A New Style of Management and Investment

100 List of Most Influential People for the year 2006. Some recent developments in India In 2006, SKS Microfinance attracted the attention and investment of Venture Capitalists such as Vinod Khosla, Small Industries Development Bank of India, Unitus Equity Fund, and Sequoia Capital. Some recent developments in India The Government of India is mulling some regulation for the Microfinance industry.* Today The World Bank estimates that there are now more than 7/


Industrial policy of India

large nuclear plants and the satellite ancillaries To boost the development of small scale industries, the investment limit in the case of tiny units was enhanced to Rs.2 lakh, of a small scale units to Rs.20 lakh and of ancillaries to Rs.25lakh. A scheme for building buffer stocks of essential raw materials for the Small Scale Industries was introduced for operation through the Small Industries Development Corporations in the States and the National Small Industries/


Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) UK

with public and private actors, large and small scale farmers, civil society and such to address food security Further info: On CGIAR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP41jc8xJk8 On GASFP http://www.ase.tufts.edu/gdae/Pubs/rp/ResolvingFoodCrisis.pdf Green Revolution Agricultural modernisation programme: large-scale, investment-heavy, industrial farming techniques; move from subsistence to commercial farming. Action for students: Use this table and relevant slides in this section/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods, Biopharming and rBGH Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

and China (5%), India (3%) Top producers: United States (59%), Argentina (20%), Canada (6%), Brazil (6%), and China (5%), India (3%) Europe – only small amounts in a few countries Europe – only small amounts in a few countries 60-70% of processed foods available in/ drugs and industrial chemicals, went bankrupt in 1/06 The Large Scale Biology Corporation (formerly Biosource Genetics), the first company to try to produce plants genetically-modified to make drugs and industrial chemicals, went bankrupt in 1/06/


Reliance Industries Limited

where none existed Established the most successful premium fabrics brands in India – Vimal and Harmony Reliance Industries Ltd. Successful Track record in Brand Marketing and Customer Service Reliance is essentially a story of success in brand marketing, and in creating and sharing value on a large scale Serves subscriber base of over 125,000 for its cellular services Serves over 25,000 industrial and small consumers in its petrochemicals business Preferred supplier status with majority of/


Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) UK

with public and private actors, large and small scale farmers, civil society and such to address food security Further info: On CGIAR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP41jc8xJk8 On GASFP http://www.ase.tufts.edu/gdae/Pubs/rp/ResolvingFoodCrisis.pdf Green Revolution Agricultural modernisation programme: large-scale, investment-heavy, industrial farming techniques; move from subsistence to commercial farming. Action for students: Use this table and relevant slides in this section/


1 Tamil Nadu BLEND OF TRADITION AND TECHNOLOGY For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

1965 as a Government of Tamil Nadu enterprise to promote large and medium scale industries in Tamil Nadu. It focuses on promoting infrastructure projects, industrial parks and special economic zones. State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu (SIPCOT) Focuses on developing, marketing and maintaining industrial complexes/parks and growth centres, and implementing infrastructure development schemes. Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Limited (TIIC) Provides financial assistance by way of/


Business Ethics: A New Style of Management and Investment Professor David M. Chen Graduate Institute of Finance Fu Jen Catholic.

’ s Top 100 List of Most Influential People for the year 2006. In 2006, SKS Microfinance attracted the attention and investment of Venture Capitalists such as Vinod Khosla, Small Industries Development Bank of India, Unitus Equity Fund, and Sequoia Capital. Some recent developments in India The Government of India is mulling some regulation for the Microfinance industry.* Today The World Bank estimates that there are now more than 7,000/


Project and Reports. Project  Project: A whole complex of activities involved in using resources to gain benefits  A Project has three attributes (i)

development of this sector is integrated with that of large scale industry INDUSTRIAL POLICY RESOLUTION 1977  The main thrust of policy was effective promotion of cottage,village and small industries widely dispersed in rural area and small towns. This thinking specified the following things: 504 items were reserved for exclusive production in the small scale industries.  The concept of District Industrial Centers (DICs) was introduced to that in each district a single agency could meet all/


Economy of South Asia General Objective: This course focuses on introducing the economic situation and development in South Asia, which is an important.

" of key products for small-scale industries and high fiscal deficits. The outlook for further trade liberalization is mixed. I ndia eliminated quotas on 1,420 consumer imports in 2002 and has announced its intention to continue to lower customs duties. However, the tax structure is complex with compounding effects of various taxes. The United States is Indias largest trading partner. Bilateral trade in 2003 was $18.1/


During the 19th Century there were attempts to follow the example of the West in religion and in social and political reform. Educated India became growingly.

to Britain on large scale. Roads were improved and steam ships were introduced. But real improvement came with the railways which started in 1853, between Bombay V.T. and Thane. In her trade with other countries, India usually maintained a favourable balance, which were used for paying off various kinds of dues charged on India by Britain. Development of Industries Upto 1914, Industrial development was mainly restricted in the production of/


Amity International Business School Credit Appraisal and Project Finance Module No 4 & 5 By Mr. Navneet Saxena All The Best From.

World Bank/MIGA –Private Insurers Amity International Business School Large Infrastructure Projects Require Involving Other Parties –Local participants, /of mezzanine financing in India has recently undergone some changes. Earlier, optionally convertible preference shares and debentures were treated /small-scale industrial units for: –Participation in equity capital –Acquisition of fixed assets by way of term loans; and –Working capital Amity International Business School FIs Schemes of assistance to Industry/


Addressing key challenges 1©2015 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Private Limited. US-India.

would establish fast-track IP Courts and assist in addressing disputes efficiently Continue improvements being made in the last few years in the regulatory process of IP Offices to make them more efficient and transparent. Administrative thrust to improve the processes and policies should continue Patent Enforcement & Regulatory Approval Due to large, complex and segregated structure of the industrial sector in India, a large number of small players infringe on IP rights. Law/


Higher Geography Global Issues. Key Concept Inequality of social and economic development is a major feature of the contemporary world. It exists on various.

if you prefer. Causes of problems in Africa Arid continent – deforestation, overgrazing, soil erosion and desertification. High population growth – family planning had little impact Disease – loss of economically active members of the country, strain on health system. Civil wars – military expenditure and political instability Exploitation of resources – little development of manufacturing industries Post independence struggle – poor leadership, failed large scale projects Poor infrastructure External debt/


Strategies in Mature Industries, High-Growth-Phase Industries, Declining Industries, Fragmented Industries Shailaja Menon Roll No. 24 Gautam PrabhukeluskarRoll.

configuration ContinuousDiscontinuous Strategy – environment Co-alignment Framework Strategies in Fragmented Industries References : The Evolution of Collective Strategies in Fragmented Industries By Marc J. Dollinger, Indiana University Strategies in Fragmented Industries Fragmentedone in which “no firm has a significant market share and Industrycan strongly influence the industry outcome” (Top 4 firm-concentration ratio is 40% or less) Large no. of small and medium-sized privately held firms No firm acts/


IMT Finance for the SMEs and Credit Rating Agencies D S Solanky,

abroad. SMEs in IndiaSmall Scale sector accounts for over 30% of India’s aggregate exports.  Certain vibrant export sectors in India are dominated by SME Sector. e.g. Agro & Processed foods, Marine Products Information Technology Garments Gems & Jewellery Leather Products  Growth of industries in the SME sector in India has contributed to the overall growth or the Gross Domestic Product as also in terms of employment generation and exports. SMEs in India..contd  Steady/


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AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon. Who takes the test s 21,000+ students took the test in 2002. s This was the most popular first-year exam in the.

. s Forced labor had not yet included the working of plantation crops—sugar, cacao, cochineal, and indigo; their increasing value brought greater demand for labor control, and in the 19th cent. the cultivation of other crops on a large scale required a continuous and cheap labor supply. Trading companies s Joint Stock Trading Companies which later got Royal Charters which gave them a monopoly on trade/


Building India 2022- A Human Resource Super Power Partnering to Establish India as the Skill Capital of the World February 10, 2016.

of institutions across regions to fulfill demand Employability Sector skilled certified Manpower for small, Medium and large industry Quality Provision of suitable infrastructure, trained faculty & effective pedagogy in higher education institutions Aimed at delivering expected outcomes Inclusiveness Equal opportunity for all sections of society to participate in higher education www.centumlearning.com 35 India 2022- Human Resource Super Power Readiness Index Awareness about the issues, opportunities 2/


1 Teaching Innovation - Entrepreneurial - Global The Centre for Technology enabled Teaching & Learning, N Y S S, India DTEL DTEL (Department for Technology.

adopted as the other criteria to make a distinction between small-scale and large-scale industries. This limit is being continuously raised up wards by government. LECTURE 36:- ENTREPRENEURSHIPDTEL Role of Small-scale Industry 26 Small Scale Industries in India enjoy a distinct position in view of their contribution to the socio-economic development of the country. Small industries in India account for 95 per cent of the industrial units in the country. They contribute almost 40 per cent of the/


Media Concentration and Ownership in Global Comparison Eli Noam Professor of Finance and Economics Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility.

and Portugal. These are all relatively small countries that maintain nevertheless a fairly rich assortment of media voices. On the other extreme are countries that are large as well as poor, and there the number of voices per capita is the smallest– China, India, Egypt, Mexico 165 Note also the difference of voices in industrialized/marginal costs, 296 And thus there are high economies of scale and high network effects. And this means oligioply, at best. So if you do not like that equilibrium – and I do not–/


MODULE 2. MODULE 2: NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production.

years, so if they exploited on large scale its not easy to replace them. /industrial uses, paper and pulp industry etc. Japan is the largest timber importer in the world and is responsible for the deforestation in tropical and temperate forest. Fuel wood and charcoal for heating and cooking purpose: Fuel wood still support the need of energy in rural part of India. Fodder for cattle: India has the largest livestock population in the world, with 485 million head of livestock, many of them raised by small and/


Industrial Policy in India Pre-91 and post-91 phase.

Industrial Policy in India Pre-91 and post-91 phase Industrial Policy up to 1991 Reservation of Industries Dominance of Public Sector Industrial licensing Restriction on growth Restriction on foreign capital and technology Reservation of Industries Reservation for the public sector Reservation for the small scale industries Dominance of Public Sector IPR 1948 – Public sector monopoly in 9 industries IPR 56 – 17 most important industries were exclusively reserved for Public Sector PSU gained control over the/


Solar Energy: An Emerging Option for India

of large scale RE possible (needs more studies and coordination among stakeholders) Concluding remarks NAPCC RE target ~15% by 2020 (~ 250 TWh) Doubling the rate of RE capacity addition (3,500 MW/year to 8,000 MW/year) with greater coordination between stakeholders. Effectively means mainstreaming of RE including solar Industry and developers need to become core power sector players, the earlier the better. In industry’s/


1 School Construction Strategies for Universal Primary Education in Africa I. Lessons Learned 2 nd Africa Region Education Capacity Development Workshop.

scale up Modern Technology : expensive Modern Technology : expensive Local materials: not replicable, no cost saving Local materials: not replicable, no cost saving Industrialized Prefab: not implementable Industrialized Prefab: not implementable Shelters: second-class, not sustained Shelters: second-class, not sustained And what ? 10 The Classic School Building (all countries 1980-2000)Approach Modern non-sophisticated technology Modern non-sophisticated technology Small / medium contractors from formal/


Information Technology Key Techno-Economic Driver of 21st Century

DSQ - Software India’s Inherent Strengths High international profile of Software industry Vibrant pharmaceutical industry and rapidly emerging bio-tech industry World class network of educational and research institutions Rich Biodiversity Large population having reservoirs of valuable diagnostic and clinical data Known strengths in mathematics, logic and computational skills Nano World Nanotechnology is concerned with the design and manufacture of molecular scale devices by manipulation and placement of/


Study to Size the Counterfeit Market for Auto Components in India

constitute not more than 30%-40% of the total replacement market in India Source: Depth Interviews Size of auto components industry in India : Rs.38200 crores (approx) Share of OE sales and exports ~ Rs. 28000 crores (approx) Share of replacement//in Northern region where counterfeiting is being done at a very large scale Non-metros and small towns to be given equal importance if not more in terms of education Summarizing… Key take-out Improve awareness of counterfeiting and damages caused among private and/


of Afghanistan would welcome them. So the migration took place at large scale. Initially Afghans welcomed them. Later, they closed the border and pushed the migrants back to the Indian territories. It resulted in loss of lives and money. Many died during this mission. Some went to Soviet Union from Afghanistan because they had nothing in India now. End of the Movement Moplah Revolt Malabar Coast, near/


Dispute Resolution Scenario in Cable & Broadcasting Sectors TDSAT SEMINAR December 2009 This presentation expresses the personal views of the speaker and.

SUBS SUBSCRIBERS Cable Distribution Models in India The Worlds Cheapest Cable Service No of TV Channels has Gone from 2 in 1991 to over 100 in 2009… Cable ARPUs - India vs Other Nations (US/Scale The MSO sets up head- ends and other infrastructure at this own expense Small operators can then avail of this service without large Investment ARPUs remain low & the consumer benefits An MSO Shoulders the High Investment Required for Cable Distribution… …Brings about Economies of Scale in the Cable Industry MSOs in/


India’s attractiveness as an investment destination

industrial houses like Tata, Reliance etc. FMCG in India: How the operating environment changed In 1978 due to the policy of protecting the small scale sector the environment turned hostile towards the then big players in the market. Many like Coca Cola did leave India However, there were others like Hindustan Levers who adapted to the changing environment and/ been commissioned Power sector in India (2) Many large players like Cogentrix have pulled out of the country completely and Enron (the most famous/


NON GOVENMENT ASSISTANCE

short of. Finance is required by large, medium as well as small business Enterprises. To establish their industry In market & Grow Bigger Central and State Governments provides various kinds of supports and facilities to help the small entrepreneurs which helps them :- To establish their industry In market & Grow Bigger A separate ministry of Small Scale Industries was created on October 14,1999 to focus attention of SSI (Small Scale Industries) sector. (Now renamed as the/


INDUSTRIAL POLICY IN INDIA: ISSUES, OBJECTIVES & EXPERIENCE

large plants and the satellite ancillaries Industrial Policy 1977 Emphasis on: the development of small scale industries, the investment limit in the case of tiny units was enhanced to Rs.2 lakh, of a small scale units to Rs.20 lakh and of ancillaries to Rs.25 lakh. building buffer stocks of essential raw materials for the Small Scale Industries for operation through the Small Industries Development Corporations in the States and the National Small Industries Corporation in the Centre. Industrial/


Delhi 2012 AUGUST THE HEART OF INDIA

manpower through vocational training programmes and entrepreneurial development programmes. Key Industries in Delhi Banking and Financial Services Industry (BFSI) IT and ITeS Tourism Food Processing Construction and Engineering SSI: Textiles, Handlooms, Printing and Publishing SSI: Small Scale Industry Source: www.delhiplanning.nic.in For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Delhi AUGUST 2012 THE HEART OF INDIA Key Industries – Banking and Financial Services Sector (BFSI/


1 School Construction Strategies for Universal Primary Education in Africa I. Lessons Learned 2 nd Africa Region Education Capacity Development Workshop.

/ or scale up Modern Technology : expensive Modern Technology : expensive Local materials: not replicable, no cost saving Local materials: not replicable, no cost saving Industrialized Prefab: not implementable Industrialized Prefab: not implementable Shelters: second-class, not sustained Shelters: second-class, not sustained And what ? 10 The “Classic” School Building (all countries 1980-2000)Approach Modern non-sophisticated technology Modern non-sophisticated technology Small / medium contractors from/


Small-Scale Enterprises

Poverty Alleviation Higher Productivity Complement to Large Industries Employment Generation Contribution to Decentralization Export Contribution Regional Balance and Rural Development © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 Small-Scale Enterprises in Indian Environment There is an experienced note-worthy growth of the SSEs after independence. They have played significant role in economic development, employment generation, and growth in export. SSEs in India are of the following two types: Traditional/


Small Scale Industries Role & Relevance

Independent Management Simple Organization Role of Small Scale Industry in India Large Scope for Employment:  The small-scale industries provide large scope for employment on a massive scale. In 2001 the employment generated in this sector was 19.2 million. This is of great significance for a country like India which is a labour-surplus economy, and where labour-force is increasing at a very rapid rate. Moreover, the small-scale industries being labour-intensive they employ more/


1 MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN INDIA AN OVERVIEW.

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Impacts of the EU-India FTA on Human and Social Rights Civil Society and the EU-India FTA 22 nd January 2014 1/22/2014Chanda Korgaokar, EIAS1.

raw material from India in the international market of European countries and that will bring in economic growth. Opening up of markets will bring in improved technology whose benefits will be largely skewed to male labourers and farmers with large land holdings. It will displace female labour in the informal sector. For ex. In Agriiculture, Garment and Waste Picking industry. Due to lack of proper infrastructure, lack of credit, small landholdings, lack of/


Financial Inclusion : Perspective of Reserve Bank of India M.K.Samantaray General Manager Reserve Bank of India Guwahati.

General Manager Reserve Bank of India Guwahati Financial Inclusion (FI)  What is Financial Inclusion Large segment of population remaining excluded from formal payments system & financial markets when financial market developing & globalizing – Obvious market failure – Government & financial sector regulators creating enabling conditions for inclusive & affordable market  Indian Focus Economy Growth rate = 8.5% - 9% (last 5 years) – Growth primarily in industry & services – Agriculture at 2/


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Globalization and the Financial Crisis in Southeast Asia

Bush administration is pushing the industry to renegotiate, but mortgage companies are being overwhelmed by a tidal wave of cases. Scale and Spread Collapse of the government backed mortgage system in the USA (Fannie and Freddie) followed by meltdown of/Research 145 Transatlantic recession risks: 2. Financial crisis …and in Euroland to an increase in bank lending rates Lending rates on new loans with 1-5 year fixed rates Consumer credit Mortgages Small corporations Large corporations Feb 07 – Feb 08 +0.38bp /


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) State-level Committee (for small scale undertakings) AIDC Committee (for medium and large scale undertakings) Within 90 days A State Investment Promotion Board (SIPB), headed by the Chief Minister, has been constituted to act as the final authority in matters of policy concerning industrial development of the state. The Board meets once in a quarter to review the industrial and other related policies of the state and to oversee the process/


Challenges & Achievements of 21st Century

are solar water heating, passive solar design for space heating and cooling, and solar photovoltaics for electricity. Businesses and industry also use these technologies to diversify their energy sources, improve efficiency, and save money. Solar photovoltaic and concentrating solar power technologies are also being used by developers and utilities to produce electricity on a massive scale to power cities and small towns. A concentrating solar power (CSP) system for electricity/


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