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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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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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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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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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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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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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Population and family life education planning the family in india
Population and family life education is a book written for harmonious family living in the society. The book focuses on population related issues such as family size and family welfare, delayed marriage, responsible parenthood, population change, resource development, population related beliefs and values. The book discusses census as it relates to country’s development. It is important for the government to know the required data of literates, employed, unemployed, dependent and the labour force. Issues on collapsing family life was examined globally and locally. Studies have shown that socio-cultural and economic factors constitute a serious threat to family life. The high rate of poverty, infidelity, bareness, growing number of women in the labour force among others have increased divorce cases in the society. Marriage, its requirements and other factors to be considered before marriage were also explained. The work also discusses courtship as an important requirement before marriage is contracted. Finally, the book highlighted some aspects of reproductive health such as family planning, adolescent sexuality and violence against women in the area of harmful traditional practic
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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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India THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA planning the family in india
This is the third pocket size edition of the Constitution of India in the diglot form. In this edition, the text of the Constitution of India has been brought up-to-date by incorporating therein all the amendments up to and including the Constitution (Ninety-Sixth Amendment) Act, 2011.
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Strategic Operations Management planning the family in india
In this edition, the following topics have been deliberated in great detail: •Operations management in general •The strategic role and objectives of operations •Operations strategy •Design in operations management •The design of products and services •Design of operations networks •Layout and flow •Process technology •Job design and work organization •The nature of planning and control •Capacity planning and control •Inventory planning and control •Supply chain planning and control •Enterprise resource planning (ERP) •Lin operations and Just in Time (JIT) •Project planning and control •Quality planning and control •Operations Improvement •Failure prevention and recovery •Total Quality Management (TQM) •The operations Challenge •Case studies
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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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The Roles of Women in Family Businesses: Challenges and Opportunities planning the family in india
The Roles of women in family businesses and the challenges and opportunities they face in relations to these roles in the family businesses have been explored in this research. Although women are accepted very important players, yet the roles of women are not frequently well-defined. The thesis explores roles of women who play an important role in family firms and challenges and opportunities they have within the Family Businesses in Pakistan and Bangladesh. The purpose of this research is to explore what roles women in family business in Bangladesh and Pakistan have, and challenges and the opportunities they face in relation to these roles. A qualitative approach was used to accomplish the purpose of this thesis. E-mail interview questionnaires from the participants were filled to gather information regarding the roles they play in the family business and the challenges and opportunities they have in the family business. Gender and the succession issue have a central role to play in the women participation in the family business. These factors along with invisibility issue are viewed as main challenges faced by women in the family businesses.
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Management of Schools in India - A Functional Analysis planning the family in india
While school based management reforms are turning around the ailing the education sectors of many nations,India is yet to fully internalize such developments. Many reports on Indian school education stressed for management oriented reforms for better quality and accountability.This book, therefore, provides,hitherto unexplored,insights into the system & status of school management in India, in terms of the five universal functions of management with school based management perspective. The second chapter highlights the aspects of the planning framework,community participation, academic, infrastructure & financial planning aspects and the third part concentrates on the organizational issues viz.the policies,norms,structures,decentralization,delegation & autonomy. Next chapter analyzes the teacher shortage, recruitment,training,& other staffing practices while the fifth part deals with directive function of the school head in terms of leadership,motivation & school culture.The sixth chapter explores the controlling mechanism through teacher appraisal system, student evaluation & accountability and the last part provides conclusions and issue-based suggestions for policy makers.
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Strategic planning and management in contemporary Zambia planning the family in india
This book focuses on strategic planning and management. The book comprises three parts. The first part looks at the theoretical underpinnings of strategic planning and management. The second part looks at application of strategic planning and management in Zambia. This part gives practical examples of institutions that have applied strategic planning and their experiences in terms of performance and achieving objectives. The third part looks at challenges of applying strategic planning and management in the 21st century. It is a useful book to both students and practitioners in the field of Management.
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Management and Utilization of Water Resources in Maharashtra planning the family in india
This book is comprehensive work on Management and Utilization of Water Resources in Maharashtra. Therefore an attempt has been made to study in this book water management planning, Benefits of Good Water Management Planning, Development of a Water Management Plan, International Water Management And Utilization Density of Water in Relation to Temperature. The present book also focuses on water management and utilization in India. This book has shown some important policy implication. This book is useful to researchers and policy makers.
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Rise and Spread of English in India planning the family in india
This dissertation entitled as “Rise and Spread of English in British India" examined the history of rise and spread of English in British India from an Indian perspective. The re-reading will provide the current scenario of English as a subject of study in the independent India. Lots of changes it had witnessed from the day it had been dragged into India due to the acceptance of Macaulayan Minute on Education (1835). Macaulay had favoured English to be introduced in India just because the British needed the clerks for administration and mediators to carry out their orders in British India. Taking Macaulay’s Minutes on Education (1835) as a primary resource, this dissertation critically compares it with gradually emerged trends in the field of English studies in post-independent India. The re-reading from Macaulay to Viswanathan and Alan Durant will produce a link through which we can easily connect the changes occurred in the field of English in India from its very limited area ‘English Literature’ to the fresh and emerging area ‘English studies’ without any fix boundaries and limitations.
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