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Contribution of Women in Fishery Sector planning the family in india
The book examines exhaustively the position of women in Fishery sector in India over time and their contribution in terms of labour and productivity to the family and economy, the constraints they face and their options in the changing situation today. Women in this critical sector have to come center stage in policy and be strengthened to play their role as equal partners. For this, the woman farmer must receive rights to land, receive inputs of technology, skill, information, market access and credit. Her enormous workload must be lightened. The book serves as an important document and stimulates further discussions and development of appropriate programs in India. The book emphasizes the importance of education of women and increase in their awareness to various issues in fisheries.
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Big Spending,Compulsive Buying and Externality planning the family in india
This work attempts to understand the impact of the changing retailing and credit card environment on compulsive buying and credit default particularly when the society is transforming in India, with increasing exhibition of materialistic behaviour. The changing identity and the structure of the family like, the increased number of educated women entering the workforce and the double income households with higher disposable incomes are enabling and propelling demand. This book is an outcome of a pioneering work in this domain and provides a deep insight from an Indian perspective. The methodology discusses the validation of the measurement tools in India, a deep analysis of the contextual issues and its implications for credit card companies in India. This book is written targeting two basic groups: (a) academicians and members of the public who are interested in the post modern consumerist behaviour in India (b) Financial institutions and credit card companies in India.
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A Model for Decentralized Planning planning the family in india
Today, there exists a role for the State in social infrastructure development. We submit that to bring in efficiency in such State sponsored investments, decentralized planning plays a key role. However, decentralized planning has unique problems. Problems of setting of proper priorities and selection of beneficiaries, and problems of lack of trained manpower to make use of local data and indeed a proper environment for taking up planning at the local level. We address both the problems, first, by developing a mathematical model the objective being to minimize inequality, in a region, and second, by embedding the logic of the model in a Decision Support System (DSS). We have validated the model with data from one district of the state of West Bengal, in India, and also with a host of computer generated datasets. We submit that the model and the associated custom made DSS that we present here will work provided a dataset is available, the allocable resource at hand is known and all agree on the allocation rule that we have specified based on the principle of natural justice. These are the inputs to the model, which if given correctly, the solution will be provided by the model.
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Couple Characteristics: Variations and Implications planning the family in india
The present book has three broad objectives namely a) to study the patterns, trends and regional variations in couple characteristics in India, b)to study how various social, economic, cultural and demographic factors affect couple differentials in India and c) to discuss various implications of couple characteristics on their fertility and fertility preference. It is based on the analysis of large scale survey data collected in National Family Health Survey(NFHS-3, 2005-06) in India. The book is organized into ten main chapters out of which seven chapters exclusively focus on one particular aspect of the couple characteristics. The book is of importance and interest not only to population scientists, demographers, sociologists, health planners but also to other social scientists, policy makers and administrators as well.
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Impact of Socio-Economic Diversities on Indian Fertility planning the family in india
India with around 125 million populations in 2012 is the second most populated country in the world, only after China. Even though efforts have been made since long, right from 1951, immediately after independence, to restrict its high population growth, the country’s population continued growing with very high pace. India was also among the first countries to adopt family planning as its official policy, the much needed curtailment in its growth eluded the population planners of the country. Many factors have been responsible for continued high growth; those include socio-cultural and economic barriers on one side and policy, program implementation and access/affordability/choice of contraceptives barriers on the other. Other factors such as; low accessibility to health and reproductive services and continued high infant mortality instigated couples for higher family size. The present work tries to bring out the main factors which are responsible for continued high fertility and also as how much the key factors are responsible for the same. This would help policy planners to address some of the issues on priority.
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Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods planning the family in india
Given current projections of population and household numbers, housing has become arguably the most important issue in planning. Likewise, planning raises arguably the most important long term issues in housing, given the environmental consequences of urban development and the use of the home."Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods" documents the evolution of typical urban landscapes from 1900 to the present with an emphasis on contemporary issues and practice. In doing this, the book examines in detail: the role of planning in the light of different interpretations of social change; quantity and quality in housing production; urban design in relation to housing and residential areas; and finally, the management of neighbourhoods.This book is intended for all those interested in the interaction between planning, housing markets and the urban environment in Britain.
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Urbanization and Migration in India planning the family in india
Examining the trends and patterns of urbanization and migration in India during 1961-2001, this book attempts to analyse the inter-relationship between them over the period of economic development in India. The book outlined a conceptual framework of migration process of India and identifies its determinants. It is visualized that the findings of the study would be useful in particular to the students of economics, urban studies, demography and sociology. It is expected that the study would also be useful to the planners, policy makers and academicians in general.
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Exploring Consumer Preferences towards fast food Industry, Delhi,India planning the family in india
The book has been written in the form of a research project undertaken in order to solve a management decision problem dealt by a new fast food outlet planning to setup its business in Delhi. The book proceeds in a way with secondary data analysis of the industry (Exploratory as well as conclusive), followed by research design for a study conducted in the city, with application of tools like regression as well as factor analysis, & thereby, concludes with suggestions in regard to few important constructs to the new entrant which are actually vital for its operations in Delhi,India.
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Dirty Little Secrets of Family Business: Ensuring Success from One Generation to the Next planning the family in india
If approximately 70 percent of all businesses are family businesses, and two out of three dont survive to the next generation, what can you do to make sure your business will survive and thrive? Dirty Little Secrets of Family Business comes clean with much-needed info on nitty-gritty issues such as entitlement; letting employees (even family members) go when they just arent working out; compensation; including your kids in the business (when to bring them in, helping them move up, and prepping them to take over); shareholder agreements; selecting the next leader; deciding whether to keep the business or sell it; exit strategies for outgoing leaders; money matters; succession planning; communication; conflict resolution; establishing an effective board; and transitioning to the next generation. Readers can apply the numerous ideas and tips in this engaging guide to address any family business situation. Written for current and next-generation owners and utilizing multiple, firsthand stories of family business dos and donts, Dirty Little Secrets of Family Business gives you the top success strategies that you can use to build a better functioning family business. Acknowledging that every family is unique and a cookie-cutter approach is not the answer, experienced family business consultant Henry Hutcheson presents a deeper look at the underlying mechanics of what makes a family business work.
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Manpower Planning planning the family in india
This book seeks to explore the ambit of manpower planning. It surveys the existing literature on manpower planning and analyses the strength and limitations of the process. A thorough analysis is carried out on the various methods of manpower planning and a rigorous examination is undertaken on the operational techniques of forecasting manpower demand and supply. The inter-industry model is adopted to project the total demand for manpower in Assam and in the process the imbalance between the demand and the corresponding manpower supply is estimated. The objective behind the exercise is to indicate the imbalance between demand for and supply of manpower for different educational categories. This throws light on the surpluses or shortages which exist for different categories of manpower in an economy. The book presents an excellent exposition of the techniques used in the process of manpower planning.
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Understanding the Basics of Planning & Development planning the family in india
This book initially addresses conceptual underpinnings of planning and development. The first section of the book specifically discusses planning as a development concept, planning as procedural method, planning as tool for resource allocation and evolution of planning thought in development discourse. The next phase systematically discusses levels of planning, aspects of planning, forms of planning and sectors of planning. Also, simplified explanations are offered for Linear Programming, Input-Output Model, Demographic Model (Arithmetic and Exponential Models) and Forecasting (Time-Series and Forecasting) Model. Other topical areas covered by this book are: development planning process, Planning Process Model, Stages of Development Planning Process, Features of Planning Process and Implications of Planning Process for Development Policy. Furthermore, Principles of Effective Participation and its rationale in Planning Process are discussed.
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Economic Analysis of Production of Flowers in West Bengal of India planning the family in india
Flowers are associated with mankind from the dawn of civilization. Flower and ornamental plants possess the greatest gift for satisfying the basic human desire for the establishment of our link with nature. After conducting the survey it is observed that there is the dominance of marginal and small farmers in the study area. Flower cultivation is found to be a good source for gainful employment of family labour and a regular source of income to family.
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To Identify The Problems of Independent Directors planning the family in india
Problems and solutions to be taken by the Government of India on the issue of independent directors in india .Independent direcors are having unique place in the field of in corporates. the common people has faith in the independent directors that they are the savors of the indian corporate filed. But recent scams are damaged the faith of the people on the independent directors. There is a need of strengthening the system of Independent Directors in India. The system of corporate governance started in India recently and it has fast development in India .In India many professional organizations Like INFOSYS,TATAS, ETC, are implementing the independent directors system as one of the tool to achive the coprpoare governance. The Independent statuatory Organisationa like Securities Exchange Board of India,Etc are taking steps to strenghten the syayem of Independent Direcors. The Government also issuing guidelines and regulations to strenghten the independent directors system. So the the author attepts to findout the problems and possible solutions to strenghten the system of Independent Directors in India.
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Arbitration in India, England & Wales planning the family in india
This book lays out the basics of arbitration in India with a brief discussion of its history, the statutes that govern arbitration and the needs of arbitration in India. The book explores the problems and provides a series of recommendations for improving arbitration practice in India. The book briefly examines arbitration in England & Wales, and compares arbitration standards between India, and England & Wales. Finally, the book looks at how Indian arbitration can reach the same status as that of England & Wales, as International Arbitration. This book is an essential tool for law students, corporates, lawyers and also teaching faculties for understanding Arbitration in a better way. How should India seek to resolve the problem, which it has with arbitration law and practices so that it can achieve the same status as that of England and Wales as International Arbitration?
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Emerging India - Selected Essays on Science and Education in India planning the family in india
India is now an 'emerging' country, based on its achievements in Science & Technology, powered by a young demographic dividend. The book describes India's advances in Science and Technology from ancient times to modern India after its independence in 1947. India's higher education system is now expanding and the youth of India has shown promise of becoming a global citizen capable of providing workforce for entire world. The collection of essays are based on the actual involvement of the author in the national development scene during the last four decades. The book is divided into two parts. The first part traces the history of India's science from the ancient past to today's political commitment to the growth of Science and Technology in the country. The second part deals with the modern developments and education reforms that are being introduced in India to meet the growing need of young talent that will power the emerging India. In each of the two parts the author has also expressed the concerns that need to be addressed to achieve the aspirations of the nation. Intelligent readers interested in understanding modern India would find the book stimulating and informative.
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Operating and Strategic Planning in the Financial Industry planning the family in india
Today's economic situation is marked by high dynamics. Whereas traditional planning practices have reached their limits, new approaches have emerged, enabling companies to react more quickly and adapt themselves to the fast moving environments. Focusing on the financial industry in Switzerland, a main pillar of the Swiss economy, the goal of this study was to test whether successful companies apply „best operating and strategic planning practices?. In a first, theoretical part, „best operating and strategic planning practices? – according to specialized literature – will be identified. In a second, empirical part, the operating and strategic planning practices of three qualified financial service providers in Switzerland will be investigated. Subject of investigation are not only the planning practices themselves, but also the context in which the companies operate. In a last part, based on a directed content analysis, findings from practice will be compared and contrasted with „best planning practices? according to theory. Moreover, the study will be topped off with the analysis of these findings as well as the financial industry in general by the view of a neutral planning expert.
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