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Fayol’s 14 Principles of Management

By | February 13, 2018

Henri Fayol was a French management theorist whose theories in management and organization of labor were widely influential in the beginning of the 20th century. The 14 management principles from Henri Fayol are: Division of Labour: The most people specialize the more effectively they can perform their work. This principle is epitomized by the modern assembly line. Authority: Managers… Read More »

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Women Rights in India: Constitutional Rights and Legal Rights

By | August 3, 2017

The rights available to woman (ladies) in India can be classified into two categories, namely as constitutional rights and legal rights. The constitutional rights are those which are provided in the various provisions of the constitution. The legal rights, on the other hand, are those which are provided in the various laws (acts) of the Parliament and the… Read More »

Different Types of Clouds

By | May 20, 2018

Clouds are defined as aggregates of innumerable tiny water droplets, ice particles or a mixture of both in the air generally much above the ground surface. Clouds are formed due to condensation of water vapor due to the uplifting of air known as adiabatic cooling. Different types of clouds are generally classified on the basis of their form,… Read More »

Credit Policy: Types and Aspects

By | May 20, 2018

Credit policy is an important part of the overall strategy of a firm to market its products. It refers to those decision variables that influence the amount of trade credit i.e investment in receivables. Credit policy can be lenient or stringent. There are two types of credit policies. Let us know about them in brief. a) Lenient/Loose/expansive Credit Policy: Under this policy,… Read More »

How Technology Benchmarking Process is Done

By | May 13, 2018

Technology benchmarking is a process by which an enterprise performs a direct comparison of its technical performance and other entities with similar operations. Technological metrics are an important element in benchmarking process. The evaluation can be with competitors or others who are best in the world in that particular technology. The benchmarking process consists of ten steps and… Read More »

Different Types of Foreign Exchange Transactions

By | May 13, 2018

A foreign exchange transactions is a contract to buy or sell a quantity of one currency in exchange for another at a specified time for delivery and settlement and at a specified price (exchange rate). These transactions take place in foreign exchange markets. Regarding counterparties and settlement dates, the forex transactions are classified in many categories as trade transactions,… Read More »

Indian Stock Exchanges Service Corporation (ISESC)

By | May 13, 2018

Indian Stock Exchanges Services Corporation (ISESC) is promoted by second-rung stock exchanges of the country and is floated as a company under Section 35 of Companies Act. ISESC came to functional on June 1998. In ISESC there are 14 members including Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Cochin, Coimbatore, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kanpur, Ludhiana, Madhya Pradesh, Mangalore, Patna, Saurashtra and Vadodara stock exchanges. ISESC… Read More »

Technology Transfer Approach of United States for Development

By | May 13, 2018

The United States of America is by far the most intensive technology producing country in the world. United Nations leadership in science is evident from the nation’s large number of Noble Prize Winners in science, more than twice that of each of its closest competitors, The United Kingdom and Germany. The creation of technology in the United nations… Read More »

Technology Transfer Approach of Taiwan for Development

By | May 13, 2018

Taiwan’s approach to technological development and technology transfer is a great success story. In Taiwan, industrial technology research and development is enhanced by a nonprofit corporation known as the Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan (ITRI). This institute conducts technical Research and development (R&D) on targeted projects directed and funded contracts from Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs, a central government… Read More »

Woollen Textile Industry in India

By | May 13, 2018

The first woolen textile industry (mill) was set up in 1876 at Kanpur because Kanpur was the principal depot for the British Indian Army. The woolen textiles industry in India is partly a cottage industry and partly a factory industry. The organized sector has three sub-sectors: Woolen (superior yarn for fabrics and hosiery); Worsted (medium quality goods –… Read More »

Islands in India

By | May 13, 2018

In India there are nearly 650 islands, most of the islands are located in two groups: Andaman and Nicobar group Lakshadweep group 1. Andaman and Nicobar group Andaman and Nicobar Islands are located in the Bay of Bengal, are considered as the continuation of the Arakan Yoma mountain ranges of Myanmar. There are 572 islands in Andaman and… Read More »