Explain the Theme of a Short Story
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...Amrita Pritam’s Short Story “The Weed” Amrita Pritam’s short story, “The Weed,” narrates the saga of Angoori, a young village girl from India. Her father gives her away in marriage to Prabhati, an aged widower. She lives with him for a while and then falls in love with another man, Ram Tara, a night watchman, who subsequently deserts her and goes back to his village. Though simple on the surface level, the story is profound in its portrayal of the exploitation of women by men and their subjugation. It also illustrates several cultural and social aspects of the rural Indian society, where patriarchal system is prevalent and women do not have the right to education or even... ?Analysis of the Theme in...
The Weed
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...Amrita Pritam. Originally created in Punjab language, the story was later translated by Raj Gill in English language, which contains the explicit elements of feminist perspective attributed to the authoress. The story elucidates the cultural traits had been in vogue in the Indian rural areas for centuries, predominantly in respect of the exploitation of women at the hands of male dominant society. In the traditional Indian villages, the women do not have the right to choose the spouse of their choice. Instead, they have to submit to the will and commands... Module Module ID: The Weed The present paper aims to make a critical appreciation of the short story the Weed by renowned Indian fiction-writer...
Summarize and Analyze your Entrepreneur Interview
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...amrita mywardrobe.com Twiter: @ amrita_UX Website: www. AmritaAviyente.com. BACKGROUND Amrita Aviyente, the Founder/CEO of Date My Wardrobe is the entrepreneur selected for this paper. The entrepreneur completed its initial education from the Brad school. Before 2012 the entrepreneur worked as the software engineer in a financial services company for more than seven years. The name of that company was fidelity investments. In 2012 Amrita quitted her job and went back to the Brad school. During that period only she started thinking about her own business. At that point of time only the spark came into her mind. She has completed MS... in information technology from Bentley University in...
Law fo business (Individual)
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...Pritam, purchased a toy from Toys4U. This was a toy missile, and Pritam received it on his 10th birthday. Mrs. Sharma apparently did not inspect the toy before giving it to Pritam, and Pritam launched the toy in the house. The toy hit a lamp shade, breaking the shade and lodging glass in his head. The first question is in regards to Mrs. Sharma. Her son, Pritam was injured by an apparently defective toy. To answer this question properly, we first must ascertain all the players in this scenario. We have Toys4U, who is the retailer of the toy in question. We also have... Mrs. Sharmas cause of action against Toys4U, Megastores and Chen Organisation The relevant facts are that Mrs. Sharmas child,...
Law for Business Case
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...Pritam. However, it has to be noted that Toys4U Ltd can also be held liable by Pritam and/or his mother, Mrs. Sharma. Under the common law on product liability, the sellers and distributors and the makers... Business Law Contract of sale. An agreement of sale is a consensual contract The meaning of that covenant ification is that a contract of sale is perfected upon the consent of the parties.2 It is to be understood therefore that when there is already a meeting of the minds between the buyer and the seller, sale as a contract is perfected at once.3 To illustrate, A tells B that the former is offering to sell his Austin car to the latter for ten thousand pounds. B says yes. At that point, the sale...
INTRO TO ART DEFINITIONS / CONCEPTS
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...Amrita Sher-Giland M.F. Husain Amrita Sher-Gil was born to a Punjabi Sikh and A Hungarian and she became a prominent and accomplished Indian painter, she joined Santa Annunziata art school situated in Florence Italy that exposed her to Italian artwork... Introduction to Art Definitions Concepts Modern Art in China This kind of art, which is referred to as the Chinese Avant-garde, began in the first half of the twentieth century after the emergence of Chinese literature and art. It involved the woodcut movement drawing inspiration from the international market such as the German Expressionism, Soviet wood engravings, and Japanese creative prints to come up with artistic work representative of China....
Law for Business
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...Pritam. When Pritam pressed the trigger of the missile holder after opening and assembling the toy one day after it was purchased, the toy missile shot wildly through the air. It smashed a glass ceiling lamp shade, injuring Pritam’s scalp through its glass fragments. This led Toys4u to take the remaining stocks of the toys and sent it back to where they ordered it—Megastores stating that “we shall be holding you responsible for any claims brought against us by any customers who have suffered loss as a result of use of the toy... FACTS On the 7th of March, Mrs. Sharma bought from Toys4U the ‘Polaris Missile’, a toy manufactured in China. Mrs. Sharma purchased the toy for the tenth birthday of her son,...
Clinical immunology (ELISA TYPES)
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...AMRITA, 2011) Figureure 1... Introduction Direct ELISA: this is meant for detecting the presence of antigens which are often recognized by antibodies. The target antigens are used to coat the wall of microtiter plates and these are purified for certain monoclonal antibodies. The enzyme conjugated monoclonal antibodies produce colour changes after they are added to the wells and they produce positive results. This is a fast method since there are no secondary antibodies added. However, other signal amplifications can be missed and these are often obtained through using secondary antibodies. The process is time consuming especially labelling all the antibodies (antibodies-online, 2011). ...
A Brief History of Environmental Movements
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...Amrita Devi who formed a strong revolution to protect the trees. She was just a woman with an unbelievable passion... A Brief History of Environmental Movements Introduction Environmental movements are the organised social-political parties formed by members of a global community to protect the natural environment. The formation of national movements can be dated in 1970’s when people protested against nuclear energy. This was done locally by residents who joined hands to prevent the production of the dangerous nuclear weapons. It evolved from local membership to professional membership consisting of specialists. At the time, about ten organizations had been registered as environmental parties where its ...
An Overview of the Law
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...Pritam 2011, pp14-15). Communities such as black women, for example, will likely suffer the risk of more discrimination. The group is likely to experience more difficulty defending... Equality Act Number Department An Overview of the Law The main purpose of the piece of legislationis to integrate the complex and disparate laws, upon which anti-discrimination efforts of the twentieth-century Britain were anchored. The laws that were incorporated in the Equality Act 2010 span four decades: they encompass the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, the Race Relations Act 1976, the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and the Equal Pay Act 1970 among other statutes. The Act also covers three core statutory structures...
Applied mechanics
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...Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Virtual Lab. [online] Available at: http://amrita.vlab.co.in/?sub=1&brch=74&sim=571&cnt=1 [Accessed 8 Jul. 2014]. Laboratory Report Writing Guide, (2014). Eat103 Applied Mechanics Laboratory, University of Sunderland, Department of Computing, Engineering and Technology User.physics.unc.edu, (2014). UNC Physics Lab Manual Uncertainty Guide. [online] Available at: http://user.physics.unc.edu/~deardorf/uncertainty/UNCguide.html [Accessed 8 Jul. 2014].... OF SUNDERLAND DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTING, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EAT103 APPLIED MECHANICS LABORATORY MOMENT OF INERTIAOF A FLYWHEEL OBJECTIVE: TO STUDY THE MOMENT OF INERTIA OF A FLYWHEEL BY ACCELERATING IT USING A FALLING MASS T...
Report Toys4U Ltd
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...Pritam. The legal implications are the following: Negligence under Consumer Protection Act 1987. On March 3, 2010 eight Polaris toy missiles arrived at toys4u from the supplier instead of the 10 because it was claimed... Law for Business Table of Contents I – Claims brought forward in connection with the events at the home of Mrs. Sharma Negligence under Consumer Protection Act 1987 Unsafe Product Who has the legal liability? What are the statutory rights of the consumers? Breach of Contract under Sale of Goods Act 1979 II – Claim which might be brought by Amanda in connection with her unsuccessful interview with Toys4You. Gender Discrimination Racial Discrimination Disability Discrimination I...
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...Amrita. “Globalization of the Local/Localization of the Global Mapping Transnational Women’s Movements”. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. Ed. Philip McCarty. USA: Bassim Hamadeh, 2012. Print. Davies, Thomas Richard. “The Rise and Fall of Transnational Civil Society: The Evolution of Transnational Non-Governmental Organizations Since 1839”. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. Ed. Philip McCarty. USA: Bassim Hamadeh, 2012. Print. Holmen, Hans and Magnus Jirstrom. “Look Who’s Talking: Second Thoughts About NGOs as Representing Civil Society from Journal of Asian and African Studies”. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. Ed. Philip McCarty. USA: Bassim...
Vulnerable populations and self assessment
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...Amrita institute of Medical Sciences, n.d) Thus the Geriatric population of the society is the vulnerable group chosen for the study. Demographics of the vulnerable population In the year 1900 the rate of life expectancy at birth was measured to be 47.3 years which experienced a considerable increase to 78 years in the year 2009. The populations of the geriatrics are experiencing a considerable increase with the improvement in the health care facilities and innovations of modern medicines. Over 20 percent of the total... Vulnerable populations and self assessment Introduction: identification of the population Vulnerable populations in accordance to the definition given by the oxford dictionary are those...
Law for business
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...Pritam. On very next day, Pritam tried to play with the toy missile, but it crashed with the glass ceiling lamp causing injury to Pritam’s... Law for Business Year Group: Module number: Assignment number/letter: of Assignment: The sending the Assignment: Word count:2000 Case Study- Task No. 1 Introduction: M/s Toys4U Ltd, a medium sized toy retailer in London run by three directors namely Don, Edwardo and Francesca, telephonically confirmed for purchase of ten toys ‘Polaris missiles’ from M/s Megastores on 1st March, 2010. Two days later, Toys4U received only eight toys, while two were damaged during supplying and one more in transit. On 7th March, Mrs. Sharma purchased a toy from Toys4U for her son P...
Globalization Impact on Public Services in Egypt
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...Amrita. 2003. International Trade and Developing Countries: Bargaining Coalitions in the GATT & WTO. London: Routledge. http://www.questia.com/. Narlikar, Amrita. 2003. International Trade and Developing Countries: Bargaining Coalitions in the GATT & WTO. London: Routledge. http://www.questia.com/. Smythe, Elizabeth, and Peter J. Smith. 2006. Legitimacy, Transparency, and Information Technology: The World Trade Organization in an Era of Contentious Trade Politics. Global Governance 12, no. 1: 31+. http://www.questia.com/.... IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON PUBLIC SERVICES: A CASE STUDY ON EGYPT'S A Thesis Proposal Presented to The Faculty of Public Administration In Partial Fulfillment Of the requir...
Cultural Event Report: Visit to National Museum in New Dehli
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...Amrita Shergill. The importance of this mix lies in the fact that it reflects the way Indian society operates at this point of time- it is a mix between... ? Cultural Event Report Visit to National Museum in New Delhi Number Number Teacher’s Due Visit to National Museumin New Delhi Located in the heart of the city of New Delhi, The National Museum is a treat to the eye. The exhibits that are housed here are extremely valuable and of great historical significance as they enable one to gain great insight into the lives of people of the Indian subcontinent. It also enables one to understand the art scene in contemporary times as the museum also houses many paintings of great Indian artists of contemporary...
Reality TV (Black Musical Artist)
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...Amrita (1992). Women’s Movements in Global Perspectives. Westview Press. Is reality TV your reality (2010). http://www.essence.com/entertainment/tv/commentary_reality_tv.php... TVSHOWS It is important to examine African-American female pop stars in reality television, in the contemporary environment. Associated issues include the presentation of black femininity, female empowerment, women’s liberation, and the rise of reality TV as a popular entertainment medium. Using a case study method, the shows of Monica, Tiny & Toya, Brandy & Ray J, Fantasia, and Keyshia Cole deserve further focus related to these themes. The pros and cons of these shows are various, and a cultural analysis can be conducted ...
African Studies & Feminism
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...Amrita and Bernstein, Alison. “Reflections on Forum ’85 in Nairobi, Kenya: Voices from the International Women’s Studies Community. Signs 11 (3) (1986), pp. 584-608. Available at: http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/3174020?uid=3738032&uid=2&uid=4&sid=47698778008017 Accessed on 17/03.2012. Van Allen, Judith. “ ‘Sitting on a Man’: Colonialism and the Lost Political Institutions of Igbo Women.” Canadian Journal of African Studies 6 (2) (1972), pp. 165-181. Available at: http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/484197?uid=3738032&uid=2&uid=4&sid=47698778008017 Accessed on 17/03/2012.... ?African Studies and Feminism Van Allen’s analysis (1972) makes the important point that Colonialism caused a tremendous...
The Powerful Influences of Global Social Movements
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...Amrita. “Globalization of the Local/Localization of the Global Mapping Transnational Women’s Movements”. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. Ed. Philip McCarty. USA: Bassim Hamadeh, 2012. Print. Davies, Thomas Richard. “The Rise and Fall of Transnational Civil Society: The Evolution of Transnational Non-Governmental Organizations Since 1839”. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. Ed. Philip McCarty. USA: Bassim Hamadeh, 2012. Print. Holmen, Hans and Magnus Jirstrom. “Look Who’s Talking: Second Thoughts About NGOs as Representing Civil Society from Journal of Asian and African Studies”. Integrated Perspectives in Global Studies. Ed. Philip McCarty. USA: Bassim...
PHD dissertation proposal
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...Amrita, Pal, Mbarika, V.W.A., Payton, F.C., Datta, P. and S. McCoy. “Telemedicine diffusion in a developing country : The case of India (March 2004)”, IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 9.1 (2005): 59-65. Bashshur, Rashid, TG, Reaedon, GW, Shannon. “Telemedicine: A New Health Care Delivery System”, Annual Review of Public Health 21 (2000):613-37. Burke, Darrell, B. B. L. Wang, T. T. H. Wan, M. L. Diana. “Exploring Hospitals Adoption of Information Technology.” Journal of Medical Systems, 26.4 (2002):349-355. England, Ian, Stewart, Don, Walker, Sue... Ph.D. Proposal For Investigating the Relationship between Factors Influencing Adoption Of Telemedicine Submitted by Advisor Dr....
Vulnerable Populations And Self Assessment
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...Amrita institute of Medical Sciences, n.d) Thus the Geriatric population of the society is the vulnerable group chosen for the study. Demographics of the vulnerable population In the year 1900 the rate of life expectancy at birth was measured to be 47.3 years which experienced a considerable increase to 78 years in the year 2009. The populations of the geriatrics are experiencing a considerable increase with the improvement in the health care facilities and innovations of modern medicines. Over 20 percent of the total... ?Vulnerable populations and self assessment Introduction: identification of the population Vulnerable populations in accordance to the definition given by the oxford dictionary are those ...
Community Health Nursing
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...Amrita Diabetes and Endocrine... ? Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact. Community Health Nursing Introduction: The purpose of the paper is to educate people or patients to care for themselves. This paper particularly focuses on the diabetic community. So care-givers and nurses must keep up with the daunting task to teach the patients as the population of the population of diabetes patients continues to grow. This paper qualifies the diabetic patient to manage themselves through proper clinical guidance and also with the professional nurses. This paper provides you the most up-to-date information and also the basics of diabetes....
Feminist Theory Reader- Critical Analysis Paper
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...Amrita Basu stresses the need for changing the perceptive of women when remarking thus, “It may be time to replace the bumper sticker that exhorts, “Think Globally, Act Globally,” with one that reads... ?Feminist Theory Reader- Critical Analysis Paper Discussions regarding the position of women of in society have often been identified as ending in unanswered disputes. However, majority of the discussions unveil the dominance of male folk over the opposite sex. Literature, a true representation of the society, obviously, is centered on male characters and evidently exposing male chauvinism. If one attempts a reading of the popular literary texts of the previous times, including the plays of the great...
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...Amrita. “Governance and the limits of accountability: The WTO, the IMF, and the World Bank.” International Social Science Journal, Dec 2001, Vol. 53 Issue 170, p569-583 “WTO: Global Trade is Mending.” Journal of Commerce, 4/5/2010, Vol. 11 Issue 14, p6-6... The Role of Global Economic Organizations Introduction Globalization, which can cursorily be described as a deepening of economic ties, has been actively pursued for decades in the areas of trade and finance. International organizations such as the IMF, WB and WTO were created to reduce economic inequalities among countries, but were criticized for contributing more to these inequalities by virtue of their issuances. This paper seeks to determine...
International Business
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...Amrita Narlikar (London: Routledge, RIPE Studies In Global Political Economy, 2003, Pp. 238 + Xviii) Behind The Scenes At The WTO: The Real World Of.." Journal Of International Development 17.5 (2005): 697-702. van de Klundert, Th. "The Evolving International Economy." 48.2 (1988): 208-210. Walmsley, Terrie L., Thomas W. Hertel, and Elena Ianchovichina. "Assessing The Impact Of China's WTO Accession On Investment." Pacific Economic Review 11.3 (2006): 315-339 Yin, Jason Z., and Sofia Vaschetto. "China's Business Engagement In Africa." Chinese Economy 44.2 (2011): 43-57.... Sur International business- imports/exports Introduction International business can be blamed for the big gap between the developed...
Investigate the design of Lighting Systems, Electrical Energy Management and Tariffs
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...pritam Surat And Brothers. 2) "Utilization of Electrical energy" by J. B. Gupta. 3) "Utilization of Electrical Energy" by E. Openshaw Taylor, fifth edition, published by Orient Longman. 4) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glare_(material) 5) http://www.atis.org/tg2k/_diversity_factor.html... Dev www.academia-research.com Order 155031 28 February, 2007 Investigate the design of Lighting Systems, ElectricalEnergy Management and Tariffs Abstract While designing an electrical circuitry for any house, building, hospitals, factory it is kept in mind that cost should be less and purpose should be fulfilled. This is the job of an electrical engineer to...
Comparative Politics Midterm Essay
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...Amrita(Author).Introduction to Comparative Politics, Brief Edition; Wadsworth Publishing; 1 edition, March 18, 2008. Lijphart, Arend. Patterns of Democracy: Government Forms and Performance in Thirty-Six Countries; Yale University Press, July 11, 1999. What is the French System of Government? Retrieved on March 4, 2010 Wilson, Frank L. Concepts and Issues in Comparative Politics: An Introduction to Comparative Analysis; Prentice Hall; 2 edition, November 4, 2001.... Order 418724 Topic: Comparative Politics Midterm Essay Introduction: All countries, big or small, have their systems of governance. A system is not static; it is always in the process of evolution. The best of the constitutions are...
Challenges Employees face with electronic health records
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...Amrita. Emotional labour in transcending the feeling rules of the Kesarwani community. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion 5.1 (2012... ? Challenges Employees Face with Electronic Health Records Module 4 Ruchi Patel HCA 500 Prof. Peters Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 Introduction 3 Research Strategy 3 Sampling Strategy 4 Data collection instrument 6 Question Specifications 9 Ethical Consideration 11 Conclusion 12 Works Cited 13 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Introduction In this section, the researcher will discuss briefly about the methodology that will be used to conduct the research. Any research is incomplete without having systematic procedure for data...
International trade theory and policy
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...Amrita; Daunton, Martin; Stern, Robert M. The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization. The Expanding Mandate of the GATT. Oxford University Press. Oxford. Sugarcane-subsidies and fair trade. Web. 17 Mar. 2013. http://www.kew.org/plant- cultures/plants/sugar_cane_production__trade_sugar_subsidies_and_fair_trade.html US Inflation rate (2013). tradingeconomics.com. Web. 17 Mar. 2013. http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-states/inflation-cpi “World Trade Organization”. The GATT years: from Havana to Marrakesh. wto.org. Web. 17 Mar. 2013. http://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/whatis_e/tif_e/fact4_e.htm... Sur Supervisor International Trade Theory and Policy Part A Q: Discuss the motives, nature and...
Identify and research a problem caused by a U.S. corporation and then to convince the audience that something must be done to stop them from doing this
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...Amrita. "Bhopal Revisited: The View from Below". Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol. 26 (1994): 33-49. Carol, S. Wood. "The Bhopal Saga: Causes and Consequences of the World's Largest Industrial Disaster". Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol. 113 (2005): 57-65. Cassels, J. The Uncertain Promise of Law: Lessons from Bhopal. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. Chauhan, TR, et al. Bhopal the Inside Story- Carbide Workers Speak Out on the World's Worst Industrial Disaster. USA: The Apex Press, 1994. Chris, Robertson. "Developing Corporate Codes... of the of the Concerned 2 December 2008 Union Carbide: The Unfinished Business at Bhopal Private sector corporations exist primarily for profit motives....
Assessment Summary: Project Management. A brief overview
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...Amrita., Anshika Sharma and Manish Ranjan Pandey. “Emerging Trends of Human Resource Management (With Special Focus on Information Technology Industry).” Lachoo Management Journal, 1.1... ? Assessment Summary Table of Contents Project Management: A brief overview 3 Role of Project Managers 3 Background - Sector & PM Knowledge Area 3 Project Human Resource Management: A Brief Overview 6 The Wembley Project 7 Project Human Resource Management of Wembley Stadium 8 Evaluation 8 Observations 8 Recommendations 9 Conclusion 10 Comparative Study 11 Works Cited 14 Bibliography 17 Project Management: A brief overview Project management is an important and specialized task which requires a set of specific knowledge ...
Stagnation in India (1965 To 1980) Was Due To Sharp Reductions in Public Investments in the Mid-1960s.
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...Amrita, K. “Stagnation, Income Distribution and Monopoly Power”. Cambridge Journal of Economics 8 (1984): 25-40... ?‘Stagnation In India (1965 To 1980) Was Due To Sharp Reductions In Public Investment In The Mid-1960s. The Solution Was Therefore Simple; The Government Should Have Increased Public Investment.’ Discuss. Table of Contents Overview 3 Indian Economy since Independence and During the Period of Stagnation 4 Factors Leading To The Slow Growth Of Indian Economy 5 India’s Macro Economic and Political Economic Scenario During The Period 1964-1991 6 Features of Growth and Structural Transformation in Indian Industry 7 Liberalization, Hindu Nationalism and Popular Democracy in Indian Economy 9...
Knowledge Assessment
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...Amrita. Emotional labour in transcending the feeling rules of the Kesarwani community... ? Knowledge Assessment of the Introduction In this paper, the researcher will try to answer five questions which related to varied dimensions of management. The researcher will take conjectural view in order to answer the questions in order to reduce the scope of subjectivity while answering the questions. It is expected that, answering such questions will definitely help the researcher to understand contemporary issues in management and increase knowledge of the researcher in comprehensive manner. Question 1 (Option B-Creativity in Organization) Kafetsios and Zampetakis (44; 710-20) defined creativity as the set of...
APA RESEARCH PAPER
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...Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Kochi, Kerala, India Reprint requests: Dr Manu Raj, Associate Professor (Research), Division of Pediatric Cardiology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Kochi 682 041, Kerala, India e-mail: drmanuraj@gmail.com Author information > Article notes > Copyright and License information > Received April 30, 2009 Copyright © The Indian Journal of Medical Research This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License... J Med Res. November; 132(5 598–607. PMCID: PMC3028965 Obesity in children & adolescents Manu Raj and R. Krishna Kumar Department of Pediatric Cardiology Amrita Institute...
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