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  • Essay On Social Entrepreneurship

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    Social Entrepreneurship in the Classroom “Interest in Social Entrepreneurship (SE) has exploded in recent years,” -Kim Corfman, vice dean for MBA Programs at New York University’s Stern School of Business. (2) A decade ago, search engine result on “Social Entrepreneurship” would have resulted in a few thousand results, today it results in around 20 million. Over the last years, SE has seen a rise in terms of formalization and awareness. The same boom has been happening in the classroom. The Rise

  • Kanishka Bombing Case Study

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    Shilpa Rathi Amit Singh Asian Canadian Literature 20th April 2015 Journey from Komagata Maru to Kanishka Bombing: Changing Face and the Changing Role of Diaspora in a Globalized World and its Foreign Policy Implications “If my story paves way for repetition of any such single inequality being impossible, on any one in the future, I shall die in happiness to know that I have done my duty”. ---Gurdit Singh Sarhali Prime Minister Stephen Harper maneuvered to become the champion of minority rights

  • Impact Of Globalization

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    ASSIGNMENT International Finance and Financial Risk Management Aditi Chanani BBA- VI-C 0151BBA013 Impact of Globalization There are many implications of globalization on national economy. Globalization has great interdependence and competition between economies in the world market. Globalization in India had a positive impact on the overall growth rate of the economy. This is major improvement give that India’s growth rate in the 1970 was very low at 3% and GDP growth in countries

  • Swot Analysis Of NIBL

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    2.1 Introduction of company/organization Bank in general is meant an institution established by law, which deals with money and credit. So it deals with money, receiving it on deposits from customers, honoring customers drawing against such deposits on demand, collecting cheques for customers and lending or investing surplus deposit until they are required for repayment. “The banker’s business is to take the debts of other people, to offer his own in exchange and thereby create money”. Crowthier

  • Internship Report: Internship Report At Nishat Mills Limited

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    NISHAT MILLS LIMITED INTERNSHIP REPORT SPRING: 2014 NISHAT MILLS LIMITED BHIKKI SUBMITTED BY STUDENT ID: MC120401511 STUDENT NAME: SHAFAQ MUSTAFA KHAN SESSION SUBMISSION DATE 4th August 2014 VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY OF PAKISTAN Acknowledgement: I want to explain that I have completed my internship at Nishat Mills limited which was on 12th of May 2014 and completed on 27th of June2014 by the grace of Almighty ALLAH. I am very much grateful to Almighty Allah that by the grace of Him

  • Inorganic Growth Case Study

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    INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background Growth is essential for a healthy sustenance and survival of any firm in this competitive world. There are two growth routes available to any company: - organic and inorganic. The Theory of the Firm’s Growth Penrose states that the growth rate of the firm will decline with its age. Organic growth beyond certain size or age is a big challenge and hence inorganic growth gains significance. Inorganic growth means growing through mergers and acquisitions. The inorganic growth

  • Reflection Paper On Spirituality

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    greater than ourselves, influences our decisions and the way we live our lives. Sometimes, these moments of understanding and clarity come at a time when we are most confused and questioning decisions we have made about our careers, relationships, or finances. Occasionally, this understanding confirms that we are right in our decisions. Once in a while, we are enlightened about times we were wrong and we emerge with knowledge on ways we can improve. Both types of spiritual experiences are equally as important

  • Human Resources Management Practice In Human Resource Management

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    A STUDY OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NAVI MUMBAI. (2002 -12) CHAPTER: - 1 INTRODUCTION “You Take care of your employees! They take care of customers! Customers care of Business! Business takes care of your Profit/ Mission.” What is Management? Management is necessary to recall what management is before studying Human Resource Management has been defined Mary Parker Follett as , “the art getting thing done through people ,” But it is

  • Performance Appraisal System Analysis

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    ABSTRACT The study is based on Performance Appraisal System implemented in an engineering company named BHOR Engineering Pvt. Ltd. For the financial year 2013-14. KEYWORDS Performance Appraisal‚ PAS‚ BEPL‚ Personnel‚ Assessing Quantity‚ Points of view INTRODUCTION CONCEPT AND CANTEXT OF THE STUDY Appraising the performance of individuals, groups and organizations is a common tice of all societies. While in some instances these appraisals processes are structured and formally sanctioned, in other

  • Bank Of Baroda Case Study

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    4.1.3 Bank Of Baroda Bank of Baroda is an Indian state-owned banking and financial services company headquartered in Vadodara (earlier known as baroda) in Gujarat, India. Its headquarters is in Vadodara, it has a corporate office in the Bandra Kurla complex in Mumbai. Bank of Baroda is one of the big four banks of India, along with ICICI Bank, State Bank Of India and Punjab National Bank. Based on 2014 data, it is ranked 801 on forbes global 2000 list. Bob has total assets in excess of ₹ 3.58 trillion