Bihar Essays

  • Migration In Bihar

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    review about Role of Migration and Remittances in promoting livelihood in Bihar. Methodology Although migration in Bihar is well studied by Priya Deshingkar , Sushil Kumar, Harendra Kumar Chobey and Dananjay Kumar. it is arguably poorly understood in terms of its complexity and diversity of group of people and how it affects different group of people. Migration and remittance pattern in Bihar covered under the World Bank funded Bihar Rural Livelihood Project (BRLP) and the IFDA funded women’s Empowerment

  • Tourism And Hospitality Industry In India

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    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION The Indian tourism and hospitality industry has led to a significant growth among the service sector in India.It acts as an employment generator, a significant source of foreign exchange for the country as well as its its economic activity helps the local and host communities.The brand value to the consumers, technological development, growth in the emerging markets and human capital retention has shaped the tourism industry.Travel and tourism in India has a huge potential

  • World Tourism Industry Essay

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    ABSTRACT Today, tourism is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries in the world and everyone recognizes its importance in the development of any economy. The most striking feature of tourism is that the suppliersof the tourism service stay where they are, and the tourists come to them. India's glorious traditions and rich cultural heritage are closely related with the development of tourism. Tourism has a significant economic impact at almost all levels— international, domestic as well

  • Maggi Company Strategy

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    Nestle company was setup in 1867 by Henri Nestle. Nestle India limited is an Indian subsidiary of global FMCG major. Maggi is a Nestle Swiss originated product. Maggi brand was acquired by Nestle in 1942. Carlo m Donati the chairman and managing director of Nestle India limited brought maggi to India. The present chairman and managing director of nestle India ltd is Suresh Narayanan. The objective of Nestle was to manufacture and market the company’s product in a way that can be substantial ever

  • Tribal Women Empowerment Analysis

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    Empowerment of women is a major social phenomenon which requires an understanding of its multi-dimensional influence including our family structures and units. Education, health, skill building, credit facilities, family decision making, property rights and legal rights all are come under the empowerment of women. This paper analysis to the tribal women is empowering many sectors i.e. socially, economically and politically. In now a day major attributes that contributes to women empowerment are education

  • Kushwant Singh Short Story

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    The story is set in India and it's a short story. It reflects upon the segregation in India throughout the 19th and 20th century. It's written by Kushwant Singh in 1950. There's definitely a clear karma theme in the short story, hence the title. There's also egoism, pride and segregation because the main character, Sir Mohan Lal, feels superior to his wife, Lachmi Lal. Sir Mohan Lal is our main character. He's originally Indian, but he wants to be English as we can see in the text “He was fond of

  • Tata Steel Porter's Five Forces Analysis

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    Tata Steel is the second largest Indian Steel Companies in terms of domestic production. The vision of Tata Steel are “To be the global steel industry benchmark for Value Creation and Corporate Citizenship”. While for the mission are sustainable growth, differential value creation, enhance employees' competencies, continuous improvement of business processes and being responsible corporate citizen. Tata Steel has develop strategic management for their company. Strategic management is the formulation

  • Global Tourism Industry Analysis

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    Tourism is viewed as an environmentally friendly way to revitalize distressed rural communities and economies (Sekhar, 2003). Tourism has emerged as the largest global industry of the 20th century and is projected to grow even faster in the 21st century. Recently, academicians have paid attention to the changing patterns of tourism as an embodiment of broader societal changes and the shift towards post-modernism. It is said that leisure related activities have become increasingly commoditized, reflecting

  • Mt Pinatubo Case Study

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    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, in Central Luzon on 12 to 15 of June 1991 is recorded as the second largest volcanic eruption of 20th Century. It results in the deposition of Billion cubic meters of volcanic ash over its surrounding area including rivers in Tarlac, Pampanga, and Zambales. These loose materials that composed of volcanic ash, rocks, and debris were rapidly flown by rainfalls in the form of lahar to the surrounding of Mt. Pinatubo

  • Ala Festival In Batangas

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    ALL HERE SO NEAR, the tourism tagline of the province of Batangas since it is a province near to the country’s capital. With its famous Taal Volcano up to the ancestral house it proves that the province of Batangas has so many things to offer from its natural to man-made resources. Festival celebrations are so popular in the region. Starting from Sublian Festival of the Batangas City down to the Parada ng Lechon in Balayan and end with Ala Eh! Festival which is celebrated in the entire province.

  • Barangay Apas History

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    History And Transformations Of Barangay Apas Barangay Apas Is located almost at the utmost center of Cebu City. Barangay Apas’ contemporary famous landmarks are the Cebu IT Park, formerly known as Asiatown IT Park, Marco Polo Plaza, Citylights Garden, TwinTowers, Montebelo VillaHotel, Gaisano Country Mall and The Central Command, Camp Lapulapu. Barangay Apas started its history with the foundation of the Camp Lapulapu during May 17, 1942. Central command of the Armed forces of the Philippines was

  • Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Analysis

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    Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is a famous Indian American author whose works mainly focus on the experiences of the South-Asian immigrants, and their related problems of adoption and adaption. She writes for adults as well as children and her fiction covers a wide spectrum of different genres like fantasy, realistic fiction, magical realism, and historical fiction. Divakaruni’s first notable attempt in the field of literature was a collection of stories Arranged Marriage (1995), which won an American

  • Literature Review Of Floods In Bangladesh

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    Literature review : Flood has been very serious issue for any economy, it becomes very difficult for the developing economies to get back the stability after the serious devastation of the flooding. Previous study of Dr. Asad Sarwar Qureshi (2011) states that many researches have been done so for on flooding, many researchers have said that floods are because of climate change but it is projected that melting of glaciers in Himalaya will increase the possibility of flooding, this is caused due

  • Essay On Rakshabandhan

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    ‘Rakshabandhan' is an Indian festival, indicative of the special bond between the brothers and sisters. The word ‘Rakshabandhan' has a special meaning. The word ‘Raksha' means the safety and ‘Bandhan' means a promise. This festival is a promise which the siblings make to one another. It is believed that the brother promises that he will take care of his sister all through his life. It is like he is bounded to so. This means that at any point of time, he just cannot step back from fulfilling his promise

  • River Of Fire Essay

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    Subject:The Cultural Study Of “River of Fire” by Qurratulain Hyder : Abstract The research is intended at the the study of culture in the novel “River of Fire” by Qurratulain Hyder. The main objective of the research is to contribute to the cultural significance of the novel .It is also aimed at the exploration of a composite culture of subcontinent Indo-pak through various epochs of history and factors

  • Case Study Bhopal Union Carbide

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    Julie Maldonado BA406-01 Professor Filomena Cantoria Chapter 1 WAC #1: Bhopal-Union Carbide Background The Bhopal-Union Carbide case occurred in India where approximately 2,000 led to deaths and 200,000 resulted in injuries on the nights of December 2 and 3 in the year of 1984. The source of these loss and damages was from the deadly methyl isocyanate gas that leaked from the Union Carbide plant which was an inflammable toxic chemical utilized to produce pesticides. Unfortunately, the small huts

  • Arun Joshi Existentialism

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    A tribe is a group of distinct people, dependent on their land for their livelihood, and who are largely self-sufficient. They live in various ecological and geo-climatic conditions ranging from plains and forests to hills and inaccessible areas and they are at different stages of social, economic and educational growth and development. The tribes in India are spread over the length and breadth of the country. In Indian Writing in English, rural life has been portrayed by a good number of Indian

  • Social Illusions In Bihar

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    INTRODUCTION- Before I start talking by Dalits in Bihar, I would like to talk about Dalits in general, as to who the Dalits of India actually are. Normally the term “Dalit” comes from the Sanskrit word “dal” which means anything broken, downtrodden or oppressed.” In our country, it is an umbrella term used to describe those who were previously referred to as harijans, untouchables, outcastes- the ones who fall out of the four fold of the Indian Caste system consisting of the Brahmins, Kshatriya,

  • Literacy Rate Research Paper

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    2. Literacy rate in India and Bihar Literacy is always considered to be an important key for socio-economic growth. Economic and social prosperity of a country entirely depends on the economic resources it has and human resource is an important part of economic resource. Human resource includes the population, its growth rate, skills, standard of living and the working capacity of the labor force and all the above factors can be enhanced by increasing the literacy rate of a population. Thus literacy

  • Taara Steel V. The State Of Barara Case

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    Taxation Assignment 1 CASE ANALYSIS: The Tata Iron & Steel Co. Ltd. V/s The State of Bihar AIR 1958 SC 452 B Subject of the case: Sales Tax/ VAT Submitted by: Ameya Foujdar PRN: 14010122023 3 Year LLB Course: 2nd Year Student Submitted to: Prof. Rupal Rautdesai/ Prof. Vivek Kulkarni Symbiosis Law School Symbiosis International University Contents Introduction 2 Sales Tax in General 3 Issues 3 Rules Applicable 3 Analysis 4 Conclusion 7 References 7 Introduction The appellant is a company incorporated