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Pharmaceutical industry and third party logistics in India

Pharmaceutical industry and third party logistics in India

Outsourcing is the act of reassigning some of the business activities and decision making abilities to another firm who specializes… Read more »

Human resource challenges in the coal industry

Human resource challenges in the coal industry

Coal industry is an industry of high economic importance globally. The industry contributes to the economic development not only directly but also through the growth of many other industries where coal is the basic element like steel and power industries. Read more »

 
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Advantages of introducing Islamic banking system in India

As seen in the previous context, announcement of the instituting ‘Islamic banking system’ by the Indian government has garnered nation-wide interest in recent months. The article primarily focusses on the socio-economic development and in promoting egalitarianism or Islamic banking in India. Continue »

The need for credit risk management in micro finance institutions

Micro finance institutions operate in the economy with the ultimate objective to serve the financially poor section of the society, by providing them with financial support and credit services (Luyirika, 2010). However, their objective of financial stability and their long term viability can’t be overlooked. Very often, the task of managing both the purposes becomes a bothered grindstone for such micro finance institutions. Continue »

Organic waste management across the world

Organic waste often referred to as ‘green’ waste actually is that type of waste which originates from unprocessed and untreated materials such as food products, garden materials and lawn trimmings (Chernicharo, 2003). Organic waste commonly contains disposed biodegradable items scheduled to undergo further molecular breakage of carbon dioxide, methane gas or water. Continue »

Manufacturing sector in India before and after the liberalisation of 1991

A well-developed manufacturing sector is needed to provide the basic needs of the population. Similarly to  lead to an increasingly diversified economy and to give rise to social psychology and institutional changes manufacturing sector is a principal indicator of economic development of a nation (Mohommad 2010). Identifying the need of a well-developed industrial sector, in 1951 India’s Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru announced that India had to become industrialise as fast as possible. Continue »

Prevalence of allergy in India and global market size of its medicines

A hypersensitivity disorder in which human body’s immune system generates specific response against a substance which is otherwise harmless is termed as allergy (Pawankar 2014). This abnormal reaction can be triggered from environment allergens or aero-allergens, food allergens, insects or drugs. These substances in the environment or food or drugs are called as allergens (Taylor & Hefle 2001). Continue »

Trends of foreign direct investment in India

Foreign direct investment in India is the most influential financial resource especially for the emerging sectors. Foreign direct investment helps in exploiting wide range of opportunities and utilizing the same to attain the desired level of development in the nation (Gola, Dharwal, & Agarwal, 2013). The world economy including both the developed countries  and  other emerging countries are facing some varying trends of foreign direct investment in the recent years. Continue »

Difference between traditional data and big data

It has become important to create a new platform to fulfill the demand of organizations due to the challenges faced by traditional data. By leveraging the talent and collaborative efforts of the people and the resources, innovation in terms of managing massive amount of data has become tedious job for organisations. This can be fulfilled by implementing big data and its tools which are capable to store, analyze and process large amount of data at a very fast pace as compared to traditional data processing systems (Picciano 2012). Big data has become a big game changer in today’s world. The major difference between traditional data and big data are discussed below. Continue »

Importance of marine protected areas in India

Marine parks and marine reserves come under Marine Protected Areas (MPAs’), areas which are designated and effectively managed to protect marine ecosystems, processes, habitats and species. Which contribute to the restoration and replenishment of resources for social, economic and cultural enrichment (Reuchlin-Hugenholtz & McKenzie, 2015). These marine protected areas include subtidal and intertidal regions like wetlands, mangroves, coral reefs, sea weed and sea grass among others. According to the United Nations, as of 2014, a total of 3.41% of world’s marine area is protected. Continue »

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