leather shoe industry in south india



Leather Shoe Industry in South India Leather Shoe Industry in South India Новинка

Leather Shoe Industry in South India

Leather Shoe Industry in South India is endowed with natural livestock wealth, blessed with a strong and large installed production capacity and strongly supported by manpower and institutional assistance. The government policies have been facilitating comfortable climate for the substantial investment and infusion of new technology. Various forces operating within and outside the industry determine the working of this industry. However, the successful performance of leather shoe industry depends upon the effective functional management areas like production, finance, marketing and human resource performance. These functions are responsible to certain extent in influencing the overall performance of the industry. This is one of the critical dimensions in dictating the effective or ineffective performance. Hence, the research has been carried out to know the general practice of these functional variables in this particular industry. The performance of the industry has been analysed through Categorical and Multiple Regression. The overall performance and effectiveness of this industry is analysed through Multiple, Categorical Regression, Control charts and Discriminant analysis.
Energy Consumption in the Manufacturing Industry in South Asia Energy Consumption in the Manufacturing Industry in South Asia Новинка

Energy Consumption in the Manufacturing Industry in South Asia

Firstly, the aim of the study of Modeling and Forecasting of Energy Consumption in the Manufacturing Industry in South Asia is to model energy consumption and Manufacturing Value Added (MVA) in the industry level of five South Asian countries. Secondly, the study Energy Efficiency in the Manufacturing Industry in South Asia analyses the energy efficiency at the sector level of five South Asian countries. Thirdly, the study Energy Sources and Carbon Emissions in the Manufacturing Industry (Iron and Steel industry sector) in South Asia examines CO2 emissions from electricity and fuel consumption of different energy sources consumed in the Iron and Steel Industry sector (non-ferrous included, also known as basic metal) in five South Asian countries including Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Finally, the fourth study of Policy and Projects: Reduction of Carbon Emissions in the Manufacturing Industry in South Asia investigates carbon reduction policy for manufacturing industry in the sustainable development criteria based on Clean Development Mechanism (CDM); one of the three Emissions Trading System (ETS) mechanisms.
Shoe and Leather Trade of China and Japan Shoe and Leather Trade of China and Japan Новинка

Shoe and Leather Trade of China and Japan

This fascinating book contains a detailed account of the state of the shoe and leather industry in early twentieth-century China and Japan. This interesting book is sure to appeal to those with an interest in the modern industrial history of China and Japan, as well as those with an interest in the development of the shoe and leather trade worldwide. Chapters contained herein include: Shoe Manufacturing; Import Trade in Shoes; Wholesaling and Retailing Methods; Hides and Skins; Chinese Tanning Industry; Rubber Footwear; Trade-marks and Patents; Customs Duties; Shoemaking Materials; Imports of Leather and Shoe Polishes... and more. This book has been chosen for modern republication because of its immense historical and educational value, and is proudly republished here complete with a new introduction to the topic.
Retail Market Environment [BRIC, India & CMA] Retail Market Environment [BRIC, India & CMA] Новинка

Retail Market Environment [BRIC, India & CMA]

Retailing in BRIC countries which are visualized as a sunrise industry expected with sustained growth in future. In this perspective the book addresses the various environmental factors of BRIC countries and more so in India [CMA] in detail, since the concept of modern retailing is still in nascent stage. This book precisely traces the various issues of Retailing in India especially Retail Industry structure, Size of the industry, Purchasing Behaviour, Foreign Direct Investment, factors for retail boom, etc.
Management of Industrial Tannery Solid Waste for biogas production Management of Industrial Tannery Solid Waste for biogas production Новинка

Management of Industrial Tannery Solid Waste for biogas production

Tanneries in India play a significant role in the national economic development programme. Leather tanning units are however identified as major segment of environmental pollution and included in the category of hazardous industries. This book therefore, provides the detailed information on the tanning industry in India and the environmental related issues affecting the leather industry, leather processing, sources of pollution and the need for anaerobic digestion process for Leather industry. This book highlights the efficacies of the facilities for controlling pollution along with bio-energy production technologies of solid waste management to adapt by tanneries are analyzed with studies involving various operating conditions.
India –Africa's Economic Engagements: Opportunities and Challenges India –Africa's Economic Engagements: Opportunities and Challenges Новинка

India –Africa's Economic Engagements: Opportunities and Challenges

The book analyzes limitations of the traditional North-South cooperation in general and with African countries in particular. It, in this backdrop, advances the case of South-South cooperation, as many countries of the South, including India , China, South Africa, Brazil, etc., have emerged prominently on the world economic horizon of-late. It critically studies the current status of India-Africa's economic relations (both trade and investment) along with analyzing challenges and potential to upgrade these economic engagements. At last, it attempts to explore the specific areas in the power, extractive and financial sectors where India can assist African economies.
The Retail Investor and The Mutual Fund Industry in India The Retail Investor and The Mutual Fund Industry in India Новинка

The Retail Investor and The Mutual Fund Industry in India

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Today in spite of the economic slowdown, the Indian Financial System is considered sound and stable. India has been ranked as one of the fastest growing economy in the world. The Indian MF Industry has assumed great significance over the past decade and is an important segment of the financial markets in India. Since the emergence of MF in India in 1963, the industry has seen many changes. After the Economic Liberation in 1991 the MF industry saw the entry of commercial banks and private players (both domestic and foreign). This led to rapid growth and competition in the industry with every Asset Management Company (AMC) coming up with new schemes. The retail segment investor in India who comprises nearly 98 percent of the investor account, constitute only 39 percent of the total net assets and the corporate and institutions constitute nearly 55 percent. This retail segment is significant as only 8 percent of the household financial saving population invests in mutual funds in India. This text shall highlight the details of mutual funds to every investor.
Powerloom Industry: A Management Perspective Powerloom Industry: A Management Perspective Новинка

Powerloom Industry: A Management Perspective

The textile industry of India has an economic significance at present,especially in the context of global market. In India the textile industry is the largest,next to agriculture, in terms of employment generation. Indian textiles as a whole have a major role in the economy in terms of its contribution to the industrial production, employment generation and foreign exchange earnings. This is book is an attempt to analyze the organisation, management and production process of powerloom industry.
Outlook of Banking industry Outlook of Banking industry Новинка

Outlook of Banking industry

Indian banking system has well developed organization in the country. Entrepreneurs and creative thinker were established the most of the banks in India. In the pre –independence era, they provided financial support to the farmers, business community, traders and industrialists in India. At present, largest commercial bank in the country is State Bank of India. . Banking sector in India has seen lots of positive developments in the last decade. The policy makers in India have made lot of efforts to improve the regulation in the banking sector. The banking sector evaluates positive results in growth, profitability, non- performing assets, credit risk and funds management. In this scenario, some of the banks have recognized innovation and growth aspects. Banking industry in India has to strengthen them to support to the Indian economy.
Customer Relationship Management in General Insurance Sector in India Customer Relationship Management in General Insurance Sector in India Новинка

Customer Relationship Management in General Insurance Sector in India

CRM is the buzz word today and most of the service industry is relying on it.CRM is a tool that provides transformation of customer to advocate. Satisfaction,Trust,Commitment, Loyalty etc are a few fundamentals that give extended rating to the service industry. Insurance Sector in India is still in the infant stage especially in CRM. This study will provide an overview of the CRM practices in the insurance industry in India and would give the perspective over the future research on the subject. Different strategies which would be very relevant to the CRM in Insurance Sector in India are explored in detail. The book would be very useful for practicing managers,researchers, data collectors,strategy makers and students.
Tea Soils of South India and Bangladesh Tea Soils of South India and Bangladesh Новинка

Tea Soils of South India and Bangladesh

A comparative study on the physico-chemical properties of tea soils of south India and Bangladesh with special emphasis on nutrient management of tea in south India was done to know about the fertility status of the tea soils of south India and Bangladesh which is directly related to the soil physical and chemical properties and also the fertilizer application rate and process in south India. During this comparative study physico-chemical properties of tea soils of south India related information was compiled from different published book, journals, research articles of the UPASI tea research foundation while Bangladesh tea soils related information was compiled from the published book, journal, research articles of Bangladesh Tea Research Institute. Here some unpublished analytical data on the nutrient status of tea soils of Bangladesh which was compiled from the BTRI analytical report was discussed. Tea is grown in highly weathered, leached soils that are distinctly acidic. It contains predominantly kaolinite type of clay which lack fixation sites. Tea soils of south India contain large amounts of free sesquioxides and phosphorus fixation is very strong.
Trade and Transport Facilitation in South Asia Trade and Transport Facilitation in South Asia Новинка

Trade and Transport Facilitation in South Asia

Trade amongst the South Asian countries continues to be low despite tariff reductions under the region’s Free Trade Agreements, primarily due to the high transaction costs of trading. This study examines the case of India and Pakistan’s trade and transport facilitation in the larger context of South Asia. A framework for transaction cost analysis is developed, which quantifies and compares the costs of trade impediments incurred by Indian and Pakistani traders. Apart from analysing the conventional transaction costs identified in the South Asian context, the study also considers transaction costs emanating from the unique trade policy between India and Pakistan as the latter has not offered MFN status to the former. The study suggests policy measures that the two countries can adopt to lower transaction costs. It also suggests trade policy measures that can enhance India-Pakistan trade and trade integration in South Asia. The study, based on primary data gathered through an extensive field survey and secondary data analysis using published and unpublished data, will be of use to academicians, think tanks, policymakers and industry in and outside the South Asian region.
Small Scale Industries in North East India Small Scale Industries in North East India Новинка

Small Scale Industries in North East India

The economy of North East India is predominantly agricultural economy. With tremendous potentiality in industrial sector, North East India fails to fulfil its industrial needs. Economic backwardness leads this sector over emphasized and flood damage to agriculture is resulted production uncertainty. Equally, there is no such large-scale industry except oil and tea. In this situation, feasibility of small-scale industry is preferable to large-scale industry for initiation of high production as well as changing over all industrial patterns. The small-scale industries of North East India are using the traditional technology, which is mostly labour intensive and has been low productive capacity. Therefore, it is important to analyse the efficiency of labour intensive technique in small-scale industries. The book also expects to highlight the real picture about the internal problems and prospects of industrialization in Assam and North East India.
Evolution of Dalit Movement in South India Evolution of Dalit Movement in South India Новинка

Evolution of Dalit Movement in South India

Evolution of Dalit Movement in South India, is a first kind of work, covering Dalit Movement in south India. This book will answer the many questions and misconceptions about the caste system in India in general and to eradicate it the efforts put in by social reformers and stalwarts with their the organizations in particular. It is a unique work,where reader will find the consolidated history of Dalit Movement of all four southern states i.e. Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu and Kerala.It a excellent source material for students and researchers of Political Science, History, Sociology,Human Rights and also for general public who have quest for knowledge.
Location Strategies of Software Industry in India Location Strategies of Software Industry in India Новинка

Location Strategies of Software Industry in India

The Indian Software industry has been doing consistently well during last few years recording on annual average growth rate of above 50%. India has been the developing world’s software leader. The Indian Software industry has already established its credentials in providing high quality solutions to the world. The capability of Indian Software industry is reflected in the very high market capitalization. The Indian software industry has a unique distinction in that most of its output is exported. Despite these high growth rates, India's share in the world software market is very low, but India still enjoys an advantage over some of the other nations, this is due to the fact that India possesses the world's second largest pool of scientific manpower, which is also English speaking. Coupled with the fact that the quality of Indian software is good and manpower cost is relatively low, it provides India a very good opportunity in the world market. For a study of location of business, policy liberalization, high quality software exports to the world, talented manpower and the growth of the software industry, India is the obvious choice of study.
CHALLENGES AND TRENDS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRIVATE EQUITY INDUSTRY CHALLENGES AND TRENDS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRIVATE EQUITY INDUSTRY Новинка

CHALLENGES AND TRENDS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRIVATE EQUITY INDUSTRY

This paper gives an insight of the uniqueness of the South African Private Equity Industry and the underlying reasons for that. It also highlights the differences between the South African Private Equity Industry and both the African Private Equity Industry as well as the Global Private Equity Industry. It highlights challenges that all three industries are facing, both as a result of the global financial meltdown, the resulting global economic recession, and otherwise. Additionally, the paper highlights challenges and trends that are unique to South Africa. Further, it discusses views of industry experts and academics through proposals aimed at addressing these challenges and the roles of industry stakeholders. The discussions around the trends are mainly to highlight certain characteristics about the industry, globally, in Africa and in South Africa. The evidence provided in this paper, shows that the South African Private Equity Industry, owing mainly to regulatory and legislative environment, has proven to be much more resilient than the Global Private Equity Market; as such, it is still able to operate and do business.
Leather Industry and Rural Poverty Leather Industry and Rural Poverty Новинка

Leather Industry and Rural Poverty

Leather is an international commodity and a valuable traditional industry.It provides employment to a large number of people. A tannery can use a great deal of labour and low capital investment. This industry can be established in both developing and advanced countries. The exports are mostly raw hides and skins and some leathers. According the initial result of a recent Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) survey, there are 1043 tanneries in India with a total installed processed capacity of 62.05 million hides and 161.34 million skins. In Tamil Nadu, leather industry plays a vital role. Tamil Nadu exports 55 per cent of the total leather exports from India. While 70 per cent of the hides and skins produced in the country are tanned in Tamil Nadu. An attempt is made to analyse the growth of leather tannery industry and its impact on the rural poor in Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. I am very much thankful to the University Grants Commission for providing the financial assistance and to Mr. M. Murugalingam, Project Fellow and my family members – Mrs. S.Indumathi (wife), S. Diwakaran (Son) an and S. Vidya (Daughter) for their cooperation in completing the project work.
Society and Culture in South Gujarat, India Society and Culture in South Gujarat, India Новинка

Society and Culture in South Gujarat, India

The region of South Gujarat, India is home to a number of tribal communities many of which are migrants originally from the nearby Central and Western India. The picture produced is that of a beautiful cultural and social interaction, blend as well as distinction. The study conducted in the village of Barumal, a small settlement in the Valsad district, narrates the story of migration, change in lifestyle and subsequent variation in the social pattern of the village focusing on the phenomenon of diffusion of culture.
Supply Chain Constraints in the South African Coal Mining Industry Supply Chain Constraints in the South African Coal Mining Industry Новинка

Supply Chain Constraints in the South African Coal Mining Industry

The author has researched extensively on the South African coal supply chain constraints in order to assist in streamlining the lucrative industry. The study covered the domestic and export markets. The domestic market is dominated by coal for power generation by the state power generation company Eskom and petrochemical industry Sasol. The five leading mining companies that produce over 80 percent of the South African coal together with the smaller coal mining companies 'Black Economic Empowerment' companies producing the other 20 percent participated in the research as the industry leading role players. The role of the South African Government Departments of Mineral Resorces(DMR) and Environmental Affairs and Tourism(DEAT),Chamber of Mines and the world's leading coal terminal Richards Bay Coal Terminal(RBCT) were extensively covered.
PMS in consumer durable sector in India PMS in consumer durable sector in India Новинка

PMS in consumer durable sector in India

Consumer Durable Electronics Industry in India is playing a very crucial role in the nation’s economy and in the cultural & social changes. Because of the revenue generated by this industry and the role it plays in the developing nation like India, it becomes more important that companies adopt world class HR Best practices to run the industry smoothly. Performance Management System (PMS) is one such HR area which has huge scope for improvement in the current practices that the companies have adopted. This book is an effort to pursue exploratory study on performance appraisal system (PAS) practices in the consumer durable electronics industry in India & to have comparative analysis on different parameters of PAS between Indian companies and foreign/ multinational companies. The outcome suggests that PAS practices adopted by foreign / MNC companies are better than the practices adopted by Indian companies. The study also includes the proposed model of PMS as suggested by the author, which has received very positive response from the industry practitioners. This book is very useful for HR practitioners in industry, for academicians and for management students.
An Introduction To Look East Policy Of India An Introduction To Look East Policy Of India Новинка

An Introduction To Look East Policy Of India

The book explains the nature and characteristics of Indian foreign policy in the context of Look East Policy. Look East Policy is a foreign policy initiative to South East Asia framed by Indian Prime Minister Narasimha Rao in 1990s. The new international atmosphere after cold war, pushed to India to re-open its traditional, cultural, strategic and civilizational linkages with South East Asia. In the post cold war period, India shifted from its immediate neighborhood policy (South Asia) to'Extended neighborhood'policy (South East Asia). Look East Policy initiative marked certain success and opportunities, but it is facing challenges. The book identifying what are the opportunities and challenges ahead to Look East Policy and finally contributed some suggestions to overcome these challenges.
Match Industries in India Match Industries in India Новинка

Match Industries in India

This book was framed to understand the distribution of matchwood industries in and around India. Matchwood industry is one of the oldest wood - based industries in India. The information included in this book is history of match production in India, types of matches used, legal implication and policies, list of match industries and their production, economics and constraints in production and development of country. As, match industries are providing employment to rural people and helps in reducing the poverty. So this book provides an complete information about the match industries and their importance.
Agroecosystems of South India Agroecosystems of South India Новинка

Agroecosystems of South India

Agroecosystems of South India is a unique treatise that deals with the relevance of natural resources, genetic stocks, fertilizers, and agronomic practices on the productivity of agroecoregions. Within the context of this book, an agroecosystem has been defined as a conglomerate of small cropping zones, which may be mono-cropping expanses or intercrops that occur in various geographic regions of South India. South India abounds with several such agroecosystems that encompass field crops, vegetables, cash crops, plantations, and forest species. However, the main emphasis within this volume is restricted to agroecosystems that include major cereals, legumes, and oil seed crops. There are 10 chapters in this volume. The first, on historical aspects, traces important events related to domestication, introduction of crop species, agricultural implements, development of soil fertility and crop husbandry procedures. An introductory chapter on Agroecosystems delineates various agroecoregions of South India. Their classification based on physiography, soils, and climatic parameters have been dealt with in great detail. Descriptions on natural resources such as soils and their fertility conditions; water resources; climatic conditions including precipitation patterns; and crops and their genotypes are available in chapter 2. The impact of soil fertility and nutrient dynamics on ecosystematic functions and productivity of crops in an agroecosystem forms the central piece of discussions ...
Handloom Industry in Tamil Nadu (1941-1955) Handloom Industry in Tamil Nadu (1941-1955) Новинка

Handloom Industry in Tamil Nadu (1941-1955)

Handloom industry is a well established traditional industry located in rural and urban centres in India. The experience of growth in this industry has been a subject of study for a long time. In the context of Indian economy, Handloom industry should not only be regarded as a source of production but it should also be seen as inextricably connected with the social and economic systems of a nation.
Retail Business Retail Business Новинка

Retail Business

Retailing encompasses the business activities involved in selling goods and services to their Customers for their personal family or household use. Retail is one of the India’s largest industry, has presently emerged as most dynamic and fast paced industry with several players entering the market. It accounts for around 10 – 11 per cent of the country’s GDP and the retail industry is growing at a rate of 18 – 20 per cent per annum around eight per cent of the employment in the country. Now–a–days, in India a rise in the purchasing power, and growth of a middle class which follows the Western lifestyle. Hence conditions are conducive for the rapid growth of organized retail in India. This book studies the problems and prospects of retail sector in India
Indian Ballistic Missile Defence Programme Indian Ballistic Missile Defence Programme Новинка

Indian Ballistic Missile Defence Programme

Strategic stability in South Asia is pre-requisite for regional peace and security. The strategic stability in South Asia would require the working of nuclear deterrence between India and Pakistan, safety, security and survivability of nuclear weapons in all conditions of both states and the absence of arms race between them. Both states also need to refrain from developing or introducing any weapon system that has the potential to decisively alter the nuclear balance in one’s favour. For this purpose both India and Pakistan need to contribute by taking responsibility and avoid taking any step that can be dangerous for prevailing strategic stability in South Asia. But, Indian interest in developing the Ballistic Missile Defence capability is a new emerging threat to the strategic stability in South Asia which has the potential to destabilise the regional peace and security.
An Economic Study of Small Tea Growers of Jorhat District of Assam An Economic Study of Small Tea Growers of Jorhat District of Assam Новинка

An Economic Study of Small Tea Growers of Jorhat District of Assam

India is the leading producer and exporter of tea in the world. It is the only industry where India has retained its leadership over the last 150 years. Traditionally the large companies grow tea in an extensive manner. In many tea growing countries, individual farmers cultivate tea in a small scale. In India, tea is also extensively cultivated in small scale in some regions like south India and Himachal Pradesh. Small scale tea cultivation in Assam is comparatively a recent development. Though initially small scale tea cultivation gained momentum only in the Upper Assam, in recent years it has spread to 22 districts.During initial phase of cultivation the finance is the critical issue. This highly unorganized sector of small Tea Growers(STGs) produces approximately 150 million kg which is almost 18 percent of the total production of the country. As the STGs have a great impact on the tea industry of Assam, an Economic study of the small tea growers in Jorhat district of Assam was carried out.
Human Trafficking In South-Asia Human Trafficking In South-Asia Новинка

Human Trafficking In South-Asia

In this paper human trafficking is examined from a human rights point of view. The aim of the Study is concerned with examining the extent of human trafficking in women and children for the purpose of exploitation, especially in the south- Asian region.However,the focus is on cross-border trafficking in persons into South Asia from both regional neighbours (like Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan amongst others) as well as from countries further afield like south-east Asian regions to promote to protect.
Dynamics and Performance Textile Export Clusters in South India Dynamics and Performance Textile Export Clusters in South India Новинка

Dynamics and Performance Textile Export Clusters in South India

The Textile industry in India has an over whelming presence in the economic life of the country. It contributes to production, employment generation and the export earnings of the country. Indian Textiles and Clothing industry is one of the largest contributing sectors of India’s exports worldwide. It is estimated that India would secure 7 percent share in the global textile trade by 2014.The Textile industry accounts for nearly12 percent share of the country’s total exports.India’s garment exports totaled US$ 11.17 billion during the year 2009 - 10 giving it an enviable global market share of 2.99 percent.The Indian Textile exports have been projected to grow at a rate of 22 percentand attain ashare of7 percent in the globaltextile trade. However,the textile export tradeis still lagging behind and its performance needs to be strengthened in thepostliberalization era asits share in global trads is at 3%. Hence,a study was undertaken n two major textile exporting clusters of Tamil Nadu, namely Karurand Tirupur, known for home furnishings and knitted garments.A detailed analysis of the export performance of these two clusters in the post-liberalization period has been undertaken.
Future prospects for Indian food processing industry Future prospects for Indian food processing industry Новинка

Future prospects for Indian food processing industry

The food processing industry is one of the emerging industry throughout the world especially in developing countries like India it is getting a more and more attractive for the agricultural oriented economy. The industry is proving a ray of hope for modernizing the primary sector (agriculture and allied industries) in these developing nations. The primary sector plays a vital role in Indian economy and it is regarded as the ‘back bone’ of the economy. India is enjoying the leading place in the production of horticulture products; India is the second largest producer of fruits & vegetable in the world accounting for almost 10% of global fruits & vegetable production (annual report, 2006-07, MFPI). India produces 82 mm tones of vegetable (10.9% of global production), and 47 mm tones of fruits (8.4% of global production). The book presents the future prospects for India food processing industry.
Foreign Direct Investment in the Motor Industry in South Africa Foreign Direct Investment in the Motor Industry in South Africa Новинка

Foreign Direct Investment in the Motor Industry in South Africa

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is seen as a key driver of economic growth and development. FDIs do not just boost capital formation but also enhance the quality of the capital stock. As a result of the potential role of FDIs in accelerating growth and economic transformation, many developing countries particularly South Africa seek such investment to accelerate its development. The boom of FDI flows towards automobile industry since the early 1990’s indicates that multinational enterprises have increasingly considered the host countries to be profitable investment location. The book addresses the determinants of foreign direct investment in the motor industry in South Africa.
Economics of Sugarcane Farming Economics of Sugarcane Farming Новинка

Economics of Sugarcane Farming

The book contains the contribution of sugarcane farming in Agricultural Economy of India. Including benefits to farmers and potential of employment generation by sugar industry in rural India. The book also illustrate the cost of sugarcane cultivation and impact of sugar industry in the upliftment of rural masses. The cultivation practices of sugarcane alongwith the techniques of enhancing land, water and input use efficiencies has been described in details. The mechanization of sugarcane cultivation has also been dealt with in the book.
Impact of global financial crisis on life insurance industry Impact of global financial crisis on life insurance industry Новинка

Impact of global financial crisis on life insurance industry

This book is an outcome of the research undertaken on impact of global financial crisis on Life Insurance industry in South India. Insurance in any economy is regarded as a pillar of growth for overall development of the economy. Volatile economic condition with recent financial crisis changed the competitive landscape in life insurance industry with a challenging future ahead in India.An examination of the effect of the crisis on Indian economy and savings pattern of people and priority for insurance is made. It contains a quantitative and objective assessment of how well the life insurers in India managed the global crisis in Madurai Division and at the National level. There is an analysis on the behaviour of policyholders’ towards LIC and views towards global financial crisis and perceptions of the policyholders about the service rendered by the LIC of India using SERQUAL model.It is hope that the readers will be enlightened on the necessity for investing in life insurance during their earning period.It also offers some valuable insights to the branch managers of LIC to aggressively improve customer service standards and revamp distribution networks.
Pran Tiku Six Sizzling Markets. How to Profit from Investing in Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Korea, and Mexico Pran Tiku Six Sizzling Markets. How to Profit from Investing in Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Korea, and Mexico Новинка

Pran Tiku Six Sizzling Markets. How to Profit from Investing in Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Korea, and Mexico

In Six Sizzling Markets, seasoned financial veteran Pran Tiku lays out a detailed and balanced case for investing in the emerging economics of Brazil, Russia, India, China (BRIC), South Korea, and Mexico. Along the way, he analyzes each nation’s investment opportunities on the basis of eight tenets and takes a detailed look at the most lucrative industries within those countries. Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Six Sizzling Markets can help you profit from promising emerging world markets.
Assessing the Relative Efficiency of Software Companies in India Assessing the Relative Efficiency of Software Companies in India Новинка

Assessing the Relative Efficiency of Software Companies in India

The IT services industry is playing an active role in the Indian economy, contributing to significant new employment generation and exports from the country. The rapid strides made by the industry and its comparatively better performance with respect to the other sectors of the economy, has attracted the attention of researchers in the recent past. However, there exists a gap in the empirical work pertaining to the Indian domestic software industry, especially with regards to firm performance. This study attempts to fill this gap, looking at the issues empirically and focusing on IT services firm performance instead of industry performance. This book is concerned with the performance measurement to appraise the efficiency, effectiveness and performance using a sample of 40 Indian Domestic Software firms operating in India by using CCR and BCC Models in a two-stage performance evaluation model.
South Asian Coins and Paper Money: Indian Edition Including Undivided India Prior to 1947 AD South Asian Coins and Paper Money: Indian Edition Including Undivided India Prior to 1947 AD Новинка

South Asian Coins and Paper Money: Indian Edition Including Undivided India Prior to 1947 AD

Completely revised, updated and expanded catalog available for the first time in 30 years, including Undivided India Prior to 1947 AD. Includes issues from the Mughal Empire, Independent Kingdom and Princely States; Danish India, Dutch India, French India, British India, Portuguese India as well as Republic of India issues. Paper money of India is also included.
Export Competitiveness of Sports Goods Industry - An Analysis Export Competitiveness of Sports Goods Industry - An Analysis Новинка

Export Competitiveness of Sports Goods Industry - An Analysis

The study is conducted to find the different problems faced by the sports goods industry in Jalandhar, India It analyses the competition faced by Indian sports goods industry in the global market, along with it finds the direction and composition of Indian sports goods exports. Study also evaluates the role played by Government in general, and Sports Goods Export Promotion Council in particular, in the promotion of exports of sports goods industry.
Global Sourcing of Activities of MNCs in Emerging Markets Global Sourcing of Activities of MNCs in Emerging Markets Новинка

Global Sourcing of Activities of MNCs in Emerging Markets

The book is about the operation of Multinational Corporations in China and India. MNCs in almost all industrial sectors are found in China and India. They are called big emerging markets. A healthy growth of component industry has been coupled with the rapid growth of automotive and vehicle industry in both countries. The development of component industry and cost effective procurement options have stimulated global sourcing of activities of MNCs from both China and India. The purpose of this research is to investigate how Volvo can be more successful in the emerging countries. The study discusses about three broad aspects of VolVo’s operation. After introduction and methodology chapters authors discuss about the issues in global sourcing followed by supply network of MNCs. The final part of the thesis is about how MNCs use domestic suppliers in their supply networks. Authors further investigate which strategies Volvo Buses in China and the Volvo Truck in India have used. The study finds that there are many suppliers in China and India who can meet standard to be global suppliers of Volvo Corporation.
Export of Carpets from Eastern U. P. Export of Carpets from Eastern U. P. Новинка

Export of Carpets from Eastern U. P.

This study entitled as ‘Export of carpets from Eastern U.P: a case study’ is an attempt to address to one of the most crucial concerns of eastern Uttar Pradesh, particularly that of Mirzapur- Bhadohi-Varanasi districts. The study focuses on the decline and fall of once famed and pampered carpet industry of this region. It essentially represents an attempt at knowing the what and how of carpets in India and abroad; knowing in detail the carpet industry of eastern Uttar Pradesh i.e. the carpet belt of India, its problems and challenges, about what went wrong in recent past in this carpet belt and finally about the possibility of rejuvenation of this industry. In short, the study represents a detailed case report of the export- oriented carpet industry of eastern Uttar Pradesh.
CSR activities in Healthcare Industry in India CSR activities in Healthcare Industry in India Новинка

CSR activities in Healthcare Industry in India

This Book contain the healthcare industry in India and its Practical exposure towards the Corporate Social Reprehensibility performed for their important stakeholders. Among all the stakeholder Investors and Human Resource are internal stakeholder which are helpful to satisfy external stakeholder so in this research these two stakeholder considered and measures the impact and relationship between the staff welfare cost and its profitability and dividend and capital gain or loss with profitability.
Value Added Agri-foods in India: A Case Study Value Added Agri-foods in India: A Case Study Новинка

Value Added Agri-foods in India: A Case Study

Food processing industry holds enormous significance for India’s development because of the vital linkages and synergies that it promotes between the two pillars of economy namely industry and agriculture. Agricultural transformation through creation of forward and backward linkages with industry is a recently emerging phenomenon. Therefore the food processing industry in India is claiming a unique position in Indian economy in terms of its potential for employment generation, increasing the farmer’s income and export growth. The focus on value addition in the agricultural sector is vital for comprehensive development of the rural economy. Considering India as an emerging value-added food market, effort has been made in this book to generate some new insights and stimulate additional research in the field of value added agri-food product consumption in India. The study is basically exploratory in nature and studies the urban market to explore the consumption and awareness levels of selected value added agri-food products and consumer perceptions towards packaging, labelling, branding, food safety, health and nutrition.
Standard American English and South African English in a Call Centre Environment Standard American English and South African English in a Call Centre Environment Новинка

Standard American English and South African English in a Call Centre Environment

South African English is just one of the many varieties of English spoken across the globe. However,South African English itself does not only have one variety but four major varieties,namely White South African English(WSAfE),Black South African English (BlSAfE),Indian South African English(IndSAfE) and Cape Flats English (CFE).One of the most influential of the world Englishes is Standard American English.Standard American English and the Englishes of South Africa do not only have things in common but also lots of differences.Do these differences lead to a breakdown in communication?An environment where we can see how intercultural communication between these two countries happens is the call centre industry.The call centre industry in South Africa is a booming industry especially in the Western Cape.Foreign investors,like airlines,are outsourcing their call centres to South Africa due to a number of factors. The result of the thesis is that communication accommodation surely plays a role in inter cultural communication;however linguistically accommodating a customer in a conversation is not the only way to have a successful and efficient conversation.
Tribal Malnutrition In India Tribal Malnutrition In India Новинка

Tribal Malnutrition In India

The present book studies malnutrition among tribal women and children in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India. Most of the malnourished children of the world live in Africa and Asia. Child malnutrition rates in South Asia are much worse than in Sub-Saharan Africa. India has high proportion of women and children malnutrition. Hunger and Malnutrition Survey Report observed that most of the children in India are undernourished. Though Maharashtra is known as one of the most developed states in India, severe incidences of malnourishment are observed in the state of Maharashtra. The present study is about malnutrition among tribal women and children in the kannad taluka of Aurangabad district of Maharashtra. We observed that most of children and their mothers were malnourished. We also found that large number of mothers had early marriages and pre-matured pregnancy.
Biodegradation of silk industry effluent by Pseudomonas fluorescens Biodegradation of silk industry effluent by Pseudomonas fluorescens Новинка

Biodegradation of silk industry effluent by Pseudomonas fluorescens

Pseudomonas fluorescens, the microbe that has most efficient capacities in different areas such as plant growth promoting ,Biofertilizer,Biodegradation, Bioremediation.In this project i have isolated and biochemically characterized Pseudomonas fluorescens from different places of south india and i have checked for it's efficieny on the different vegetable plants in generating the PGPR .I have done biometric analysis.I have also standardized Pseudomonas fluorescens in the biodegradation of silk industry effluent.Finally the napthol content of silk industry effluent was decresed which was screened bY HPLC. As a scholar i feel this is a god's gift to human world .I was very much glad to do my entire project and i am now excited to publish this too.
Who Was Gandhi? Who Was Gandhi? Новинка

Who Was Gandhi?

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in 1869 in British-occupied India. Though he studied law in London and spent his early adulthood in South Africa, he remained devoted to his homeland and spent the later part of his life working to make India an independent nation. Calling for non-violent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights around the world. Gandhi is recognized internationally as a symbol of hope, peace, and freedom. Find out more about the real Gandhi in this fun and exciting illustrated biography!
Charles Sheffield, Carol Rosin Space Careers Charles Sheffield, Carol Rosin Space Careers Новинка

Charles Sheffield, Carol Rosin Space Careers

Complete information in: Picking the right college program; Working abroad (everyplace from Sweden to India to Japan); Women in the space industry; The voluntary space organizations; The military programs; "Retrofitting" for a second career; Selling your skills in a changing job market; Nailing down the job you want today - and under­standing its place in the future of the industry.
Hand loom Weaving Hand loom Weaving Новинка

Hand loom Weaving

The hand loom industry of India is a part and parcel of the Textiles Industry, which plays a significant role in the socioeconomic life of the country. It, not only provides basic necessities of life but also plays a pivotal role through its contribution to industrial output, employment generation, and the export earnings of the country The strength of Hand loom lies in the introducing innovative designs, which cannot be replicated by the Power loom sector. The Book highlights the Production and Socioeconomic Status of Hand loom Workers,the Structure,features and importance of the Industry, its role in income and employment generation,Problems faced by this sector in Assam and India and different Government initiatives to develop this rural based industry.
E-Governance in Andhra Pradesh: E-Governance in Andhra Pradesh: Новинка

E-Governance in Andhra Pradesh:

In this book the author discussed about e-governance in Indian states and e-governance of other countries like U.S.A, U.K, Japan, South Africa, Mexico, New Zealand. National E-governance Policy of India, Andhra Pradesh E-governance Practice especially concentrated on E-seva Policy of Andhra Pradesh & Citizen Perception on E-seva Policy of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Determinants and Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment in South Asia Determinants and Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment in South Asia Новинка

Determinants and Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment in South Asia

The study investigates determinants and impacts of FDI in major South Asian economies, namely Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Nepal considering that these economies share almost one-fifth of the world population and have been a favorable destination for FDI in recent times. Moreover, there is a dearth of literature that has investigated and compared FDI policy, determinants and impacts in major South Asian economies collectively using latest data and econometric devices. Therefore, in this study, these issues are addressed systematically to add knowledge.
India Export Potential India Export Potential Новинка

India Export Potential

This work is based on India’s Potentials for Exports. The study covers brief on S. Africa economy, Bilateral Tarde relations between S. Africa & India, S. Africa Investment scenario & Textile Industry in S. Africa thus enabling the Li & Fung to establish RMG market. South Africa is the most advanced economy in the African continent. Since 1994 the country’s economy has grown rapidly. Its geographical position provides an ideal gateway to Sub-Saharan Africa. South Africa is a constitutional democracy and has an independent judiciary. Study on “ India’s export potential for Readymade Garments to S. Africa” identifies S. Africa’s Global Import Trend for RMG & identification of specific potential products for India. Commercial relations between S. Africa & India have flourished since the eatablishment of diplomatic relations in 1993. India’s bilateral trade with S. Africa was to the tune of 4.03 billion USD in Yr. 2005-06 & registered growth of 28.9%. India’s Trade as well as investment with S. Africa have grown in quantity as well as diversity.
Dairy Business Management Dairy Business Management Новинка

Dairy Business Management

The present book covers development of Dairy Industry in India in particular and Asian continent and world at large in general. It provides reader the useful information regarding the role of HRD in Dairy development in India along with historical information of leading dairy organisations drawn from different segments of western Maharashtra. It also highlights the conclusions and recommendations -the cream of rigorous Dairy Industry research-for its effective functioning and implementation. This book is unique for Dairy Managers, HR Managers and HR Trainers in dairy industry along with Researcher, Agriculture Scientists, HRD professionals, Academicians and Business Management Students in institute at large
Six Sigma with respect to Hotels as Service Industry in Inida Six Sigma with respect to Hotels as Service Industry in Inida Новинка

Six Sigma with respect to Hotels as Service Industry in Inida

The book on “Six Sigma with respect to Hotels as service Industry in India" mainly focused on the application of Six Sigma as tool in service industry. As it it is believed that Six Sigma is a Zero Defect process, The defects in Service sector is nothing but the dissatisfied customer . The main objective of this book is to highlight the importance of Six Sigma in service sector and to show how dissatisfaction can be converted into customer delight with proper process models. Six Sigma had done wonders in manufacturing industries. This study highlights the importance of its application in Hotels and resorts which in turn shows that six sigma is equally effective in any service industry too. It was shown from this study that we can do wonders in service industry with the help of Six Sigma.
US Foreign Policy towards India and Pakistan after 9/11 US Foreign Policy towards India and Pakistan after 9/11 Новинка

US Foreign Policy towards India and Pakistan after 9/11

US foreign policy in South Asia has been driven by the geopolitical realities in the region. The need for maintaining global hegemony and influence has always pushed the US towards seeking better ties with important South Asian countries, especially India and Pakistan. US relations with South Asia have always been termed controversial, unstable and uncertain. Although, both India and Pakistan have been under the careful eye of Washington, the Cold War period was marked by a US tilt towards Pakistan, which was due to its ongoing policy of Containment at that time. However, the end of the Cold War marked the beginning of another era, in which the US began to tilt towards India, thus putting Pakistan on the backburner. The 9/11 attacks changed much for India and Pakistan, and the US, once again started wooing Pakistan, while simultaneously pursuing a strong and robust relationship with India. The comparison makes for an interesting reading, which this book aims to explore in the light of important developments.
FMCT Debate and Strategic Stability in South Asia FMCT Debate and Strategic Stability in South Asia Новинка

FMCT Debate and Strategic Stability in South Asia

Pakistan emphasis that without addressing the existing stocks of fissile material and Pakistan’s core strategic interests, any negotiation on FMCT will be futile and would lead to instability and turmoil in South Asia. The preferential treatment by United States and other countries to India could undermine Pakistan’s nuclear deterrence which could seriously affect strategic stability in South Asia. Pakistani position on the issue underlines that its position on FMCT is critical to maintain strategic stability in the region which otherwise would get disturbed.
Indian Pharmaceutical Industry :Boon or Bane Indian Pharmaceutical Industry :Boon or Bane Новинка

Indian Pharmaceutical Industry :Boon or Bane

Health is an essential socio-economic asset which contributes to economic development in numerous ways like enhanced productivity, improved human capital etc. Sizable improvement in health outcomes are a prerequisite for a developing country like India to break out of its vicious circle of poverty. Indian pharmaceutical industry in turn plays a vital role in providing health care to billions of population in India and abroad. However, several malpractices and frauds in the midst of stiff market competition adversely affect the consumers. This paper thus aims at highlighting the issues concerning the Indian pharmaceutical industry and its undesirable impacts on consumers.
Post 9/11 Indo-Israel Relations Post 9/11 Indo-Israel Relations Новинка

Post 9/11 Indo-Israel Relations

India and Israel, two eminent states of South Asia and West Asia are closely tied together in a bond of strategic relationship. Having common concerns regarding their security perspective and threat analysis especially post 9/11 scenario escorted them to develop relations in all spheres like; political, economic, cultural and more promising strategic. India, since her independence, maintained the strong pro-Arab policy despite of changing global scenario. End of cold War paved the way for India to establish diplomatic relations with Israel. In fact, switch in Indian policy was due to her own perceived national interest which played a pivotal role in shaping bilateral relationship. Since the relationship has matured into strategic partnership. However, their bilateral relations are viewed as potent threat for global peace and particularly a special concern for Pakistan, another important state of South Asian region.
Analysing Productivity Performance of Indian Fertiliser Industry Analysing Productivity Performance of Indian Fertiliser Industry Новинка

Analysing Productivity Performance of Indian Fertiliser Industry

This book is an attempt to measure the productivity performance of fertiliser industry in India. This industry has played a remarkable role in increasing the productivity of Indian agriculture. At this backdrop, the analysis of productivity related aspects of this industry becomes highly significant. In this book, an attempt is made to study the productivity performance of fertiliser industry in the pre- and post-liberalization era using the econometric and growth accounting analysis. The various components of the productivity growth, viz. returns to scale, technical progress, elasticity of substitution and technical bias are also estimated. Findings of the study indicate productivity gain in Indian fertiliser industry in the pre- as well as post-liberalization period. Indian fertiliser Industry has performed reasonably well on productivity performance front inspite of the uncertain policy environment created by the Government due to its lopsided policies. Therefore there is an urgent need on the part of Government of India to undertake sustainable policy measures, which can put Indian fertiliser industry on a higher productivity growth trajectory.
India: A Portrait India: A Portrait Новинка

India: A Portrait

One of this century's greatest surprises has been the economic and social revolution in India. What is the real nature of this rapid change, and where are its roots? "India" takes the reader on an extraordinary journey, geographically from the remote Buddhist north to the tropical far south and socially from the new multi-millionaires to the many Indians still crushed by caste and poverty. This is the book for anyone wanting to get to grips with this extraordinary country - and French, with his in-depth knowledge and understanding of India, is perfectly placed to write it.
Hanuman Langrs Of South Asia Hanuman Langrs Of South Asia Новинка

Hanuman Langrs Of South Asia

The Hanuman langur is an acrobatic and adaptable leaf-eating monkey and it is widely distributed in diverse ecological settings across South Asia. These amazing monkeys can be seen from the cool snow-clad peaks of the majestic Himalayas in Nepal to the fringes of the scorching Thar Desert near Jodhpur in India. They are primarily vegetarians and they are adapted to digest all forms of leafy diet resembling the ruminants. They prefer to live in dry deciduous tropical forests and they are also uniquely adapted to live with humans in congested cities of India. These monkeys are revered by Hindus as the living incarnation of Hanuman, the monkey God. The author, an international primatologist with three decades of field research experience from Asia, Africa and South America, has studied the langurs in India. In this monograph, the author has synthesized his long-term field research on the Hanuman langurs of India and presented data on population dynamics, ecology, social behavior and conservation. Hence this monograph should serve as an introductory and reference text on primatology and animal behavior related courses in colleges, universities and institutes of higher learning globally
Quality Of Work Life Of Workers In Fireworks Industry Quality Of Work Life Of Workers In Fireworks Industry Новинка

Quality Of Work Life Of Workers In Fireworks Industry

The main aim of the book is to analyse the quality of work life of workers in fireworks industry. Quality of work life refers to favourableness and unfavourableness of the job environment for the people. Generally most of the workers are not satisfied with the wage and salary, working conditions, freedom to work and so on. Therefore this book studies the quality of work life of workers in fireworks industry in India.

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Agroecosystems of South India is a unique treatise that deals with the relevance of natural resources, genetic stocks, fertilizers, and agronomic practices on the productivity of agroecoregions. Within the context of this book, an agroecosystem has been defined as a conglomerate of small cropping zones, which may be mono-cropping expanses or intercrops that occur in various geographic regions of South India. South India abounds with several such agroecosystems that encompass field crops, vegetables, cash crops, plantations, and forest species. However, the main emphasis within this volume is restricted to agroecosystems that include major cereals, legumes, and oil seed crops. There are 10 chapters in this volume. The first, on historical aspects, traces important events related to domestication, introduction of crop species, agricultural implements, development of soil fertility and crop husbandry procedures. An introductory chapter on Agroecosystems delineates various agroecoregions of South India. Their classification based on physiography, soils, and climatic parameters have been dealt with in great detail. Descriptions on natural resources such as soils and their fertility conditions; water resources; climatic conditions including precipitation patterns; and crops and their genotypes are available in chapter 2. The impact of soil fertility and nutrient dynamics on ecosystematic functions and productivity of crops in an agroecosystem forms the central piece of discussions ...
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