How to Change Name in a Birth Certificate in Bangalore

Submit an Affidavit of name change in your respective district court (Eg. Mayo Hall in Bangalore) before a Magistrate or Notary Public. In the affidavit, mention the current name and the desired new name. Also mention in brief the reason for name change. The affidavit must be made on a Non-Judicial stamp paper of minimal […]

Why this logjam on passing of GST?

Prof. Soman Nambiar Sr. Professor, School of Management Presidency University, Bangalore   Lets us understand the concept of GST!!!!!   Goods and Services Tax [GST] is defined as “any tax on supply of goods and services other than on alcohol for human consumption”. A value added tax levied all along the supply chain, it […]

‘Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2015’- What it means to the World

By – Prof. Soman Nambiar Sr. Professor, School of Management, Presidency University, Bengaluru The talk of the Town is “ Dr.Vijay Mallaya and his financial woes” This event, though unfortunate on its own, is closely related to the Bill introduced, in December 2015, in Parliament. The Bill, referred to as the ‘Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, […]

The Bankruptcy Code- Will it prevent the Encore of Affair la Vijaya Mallaya??????

Prof. Soman Nambiar Sr. Professor, School of Management, Presidency University, Bengaluru The Bankruptcy Code is touted as the next most significant reform to hit India post the Goods and Services Tax Reforms. Per statistics released by the World Bank recently credits India with the taking on an average of 4.3 years to resolve an Insolvency […]

Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB)

One of the most widely studied topics in organizational behaviour research in recent years is Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB). The concept was introduced by Bateman & Organ in 1980s and later refined and strengthened by number of researchers such as Podsakoff and Mackenzie (1993), Jahangir et al., (2004); Khalid and Ali (2005). Organizational Citizenship Behaviours […]

Connected Consumers – An alarming Enemy or Friend?

By – Dr. K. Balanagarajan, Assistant Professor, School of Management, Presidency University   Matching a buyer with a seller is an important task in marketing a product. Consumers search, select, and purchase the products or services that fit their needs. The social media platforms have emerged as one of the driving forces of sharing consumer’s […]

Make in India – Building a truly world-class Indian University

By Dr. Nissar Ahmed Chancellor – Presidency University Chairman – Presidency Group of Institutions   Down the ledgers of time, forty years and it seems like just a few days for me! I still remember the long and eventful journey that began in a 2-bedroom residential house in 1976, with just 4 students and the […]

Why is Birth Registration Important ( Part 3 )

By : Jaisree N. Asst. Prof.,  School of Law, Presidency University   Adoption : Registration and Issue of Birth Certificate The RBD Act, 1969 is silent on this aspect. However, the salient features of guidelines issued by Government of India are briefed below: Guidelines to orphanages, child welfare agencies etc. i) An application is to […]

The Rail Budget – No Bold Moves

By : Dr. Amir Ullah Khan The Rail budget detailed a vision for 2020. Suresh Prabhu is a no nonsense minister who enjoys the Prime Minister’s confidence. When he began speaking on his budget, most of us were ready to hear some bold announcements and a new business strategy. What followed was staid. The rail […]

Global Unemployment to rise in 2016 ???

Unemployment is an economic condition under which individuals seeking employment remain un-hired. Though, recognised as a universal economic event, the degree of employment or unemployment, as the case may be, varies from time to time within a given country and also in the same framework of time, globally. It is believed that continuing decline in […]

Why is birth registration important? ( Part 2 )

By : Jaisree N. Asst. Prof., School of Law, Presidency University Birth registrations are done according to the Registration of Birth and Deaths Act, 1969 For every child being born, a birth certificate is required by the government of every state and nation. A certification of birth contains important details that accurately identify the person, […]