The Indian Economy

The Indian economy has shown a remarkable growth after the adoption of liberalization policy. The opening up of the Indian economy in the early 1990s led to increase in industrial output and simultaneously raised the inflation Rate in India.   There was an immense pressure on the inflation rate due to the stupendous growth rate of […]

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Union Bank Of India

INTRODUCTION: Union Bank Of India  Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, inaugrated  the Union Bank Of India on November 11, 1919. It covers all the sectors of the society, be it agriculture, industry, trade and commerce, services or infrastructure, the bank plays a major role in rendering services to the financial needs of every section. […]

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India during ‘The Great Recession’

India during the ‘Great Recession’ Introduction: Economists called the financial crisis of the 2007 – 2009 as the “Great Recession”, since it is a critical factor and vital cause for the failure of many businesses and significant influencer that has worsened many economies. After US busted out the housing bubble, this raised the rates of […]

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India is the most hierarchical society

BRIEF: India is the most hierarchical society in the world and this, obviously, has an impact on its management style. It is imperative that there is a boss and that the manager acts like a boss. The position of manager demands a certain amount of role-playing from the boss and a certain amount of deferential […]

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India’s movie industry

Motion pictures came to India in 1896, when the Lumière Brothers’ Cinematographed unveiled six soundless short films in Mumbai. This was just one year after the Lumière brothers (inventors of cinematography) had set up their company in Paris. The first Indian on record to make a movie was Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatvadekar (nickname: Save Dada). He […]

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Indian Financial Markets

As all the Financial Markets in India together form the Indian Financial Markets, all the Financial Markets of Asia together form the Asian Financial Markets; likewise all the Financial Markets of all the countries of the world together form the Global Financial Markets. Financial Markets deal with trading (buying and selling) of financial securities (stocks […]

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Indian Retail market

The Indian Retail market is growing with a rapid pace. India is the most eye-catching retail market today with abundance of opportunities. We can notice that global market have acquisitively eyed India’s retail market over a long period, so it arrive as no shocking news, when Marks & Spencer took another deal in April 2008 […]

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Jindal Steel & Power Limited

Jindal Steel & Power Limited Company Profile Jindal Steel & Power Limited, part of the Jindal Organization, is one of the important steel producers of the country. Founded at Hisar, Haryana by industrialist O P Jindal, it is currently the third largest producer in India in terms of tonnage. It manufactures sponge iron, iron ore […]

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Risk management by indian banks

Case analysis: Risk management by Indian banks The banking and financial crises in recent years in emerging economies have demonstrated that, when things go wrong with the financial system, they can result in a severe economic downturn. From this perspective, financial sector reforms are essential in order to avoid such costs. These reforms have become […]

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Saint Gobain Glass In India

In this paper, we reflect on our efforts to undertake a research in our analysis of an organization’s HCM system. The purpose of the research is to review the company’s existing HCM and its working efficiency, In order to do so we created a questionnaire which consisted of both open and closed end questions to […]

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