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Lip service to rural India – who cares for the farmer?

April 14, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

Rural Distress : The Supreme Court has come down harshly on the government for not releasing money under the NREGA. Since last year there has been a delay in release of funds, as a result new works could not be taken up in various states. This means that farmers who can’t till their drought affected land, […]

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Call for Papers:Management Education in India: Present Challenges and Future Prospects

April 13, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

School of Management, Presidency University invites papers for an International Conference on Management Education Sub Themes: Value Creation in Management Education. Curriculum Development: Responding to Industry and Student Expectations. Best Practices in providing better Learning Experiences. Ensuring TQM in Management Education. Innovation in Management Education. Faculty Development: Foster Talent to Develop Talent Developing Employable workforce: Matching […]

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Specific Laws for Women Empowerment in India

April 11, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

Some specific laws which were enacted by the Parliament in order to fulfill Constitutional obligation of women empowerment are , The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976. The Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961. The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956. The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961. The Medical termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971. The Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987. […]

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Skills that Matter the Most for MBA Students: Communication Skills – Part II

April 11, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

Communication Skills is an important skill that a MBA student must possess. Unanimously all the employers will seek candidates with excellent communication skills. Strong Communication skills will make a prospective candidate to stand  apart  in a  the crowd. As per various QS International Recruiters’ surveys between 2007-12, Communication Skill is given high importance by recruiters […]

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Skills that Matter the Most for MBA Students – Part I

April 11, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

The quest for quality MBA students is never ending. In the recent past many surveys have been undertaken and they reveal that the Employability of MBA students are at stake.  The corporate world has undergone many changes in the recent times in terms of nature of work and process improvisation and technological innovation. The workplace […]

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Are the new Guidelines in the FDI for the Marketplace E-Retailers regressive ?

April 11, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

Very recently the Government of India decided to permit 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment in E-commerce companies that operate under the marketplace model. For many of us who were expecting innovative reforms in the realm of FDI were very disappointed. Old wine in new bottles, perhaps? E-Commerce Business is acknowledged as the most fast-growing […]

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Data Mining Techniques in Biomedical Imaging

April 7, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

Today in almost every engineering field that we name, biomedical, energy, chemical, electrical etc, applications of data mining techniques are gaining more significance. This blog discusses about the application of these techniques for diagnosing diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is a disease that occurs in diabetic patients due to damage in blood vessels. If not diagnosed […]

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Is the Magnitude of Foreign Direct Investment an indicator of Economic Growth?

April 7, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

By Prof Soman Nambiar ( School of Management) , Presidency University   Is the Magnitude of Foreign Direct Investment an indicator of Economic Growth?.. a review in the light of the recent Government norms on FDI in the  E-commerce Companies following the marketplace model ……   To comprehend this aspect, one needs to have a […]

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Ban on fixed dose combination drugs in India

April 6, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

By – Dr. Anu Sukhdev, Assistant Professor (School of Engineering), Presidency University   On March 10 2016, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) has banned the sale of 344 fixed dose combination (FDC) drugs in India, including several antibiotics, analgesics like Combiflam, Nimesulide and  most popular codeine-containing cough syrups like Benadryl, Corex as they […]

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Cities and villages – where will students of today work?

March 28, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

By – Dr. Amir Ullah Khan   The total number of villages in India have remained more or less constant, we now have 6.45 lakh villages compared to 6.40 in 2001. The question is where do we see people migrating to?  It was in 2010 that the UN declared Delhi and the National Capital Territory […]

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Management of Quality of Non-Performing Assets

March 27, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

Non Performing Assets, as the term implies, do not generate any returns for the bank. In compliance with the Generally Accepted Accounting Practices and in accordance with the Basel norms there is a need for the Banks to classify NPAs into categories based on the migration of the assets from good to bad. The Non […]

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Provisioning for Credit Risk under NPA Management

March 27, 2016 | Blog, Uncategorized

In case Standard Assets the banks have to make a general provision of 0.4% on all its financial assets except in respect of those extended to the priority sectors like Agriculture and Small & Medium Enterprise , where it is 0.25%. In case of Commercial Real Estate it is 100% If the asset is classified […]

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