Retailing has become such an intrinsic part of our everyday lives. All developed nations has strong organized retail sector. Retailing in India is the largest industry accounting 10- 11 per cent of GDP. Organized retail is only 2-3 per cent of total retailing. India has largest number of retailers about 12 million and having around […]
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Collective Bargaining is a bipartite democratic decision-making process and a form of industrial government and management. Though originally it emerged as a method of trade unionism in industries to determine wages and other terms and conditions of labour, today it includes within its scope the non-industrial sector, including government, and covers a wide range of […]
Rural marketing is the combination of two words – rural and marketing, where marketing is described as the process of defining, anticipating and knowing customer needs and organizing all the resources of company to satisfy them and Rural mean revenue villages with clear surveyed boundaries, where the density of population is not more than 400 […]
Labour Welfare activities are now not exclusively within the jurisdiction of the employers, governments and trade unions. Strictly not with a view to rendering welfare services to workers as defined in the industrial dictionary, a number of service organisations, national and international in character, have come forwarded to uplift the conditions of the toiling masses. […]
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The India’s Strategic Relationship with Russia! During the Cold War years India, while not a member of any bloc due to her non-aligned activism, enjoyed a proximate relationship with Russia.
Examine the role of internet helping for RURAL and Agricultural Development of India. In today’s world, access to information and improved communication is a crucial requirement for sustainable agricultural development.
India entered into the space age by launching its first scientific satellite, Aryabhata on April 19, 1975 with the assistance of a Soviet booster-rocket. It was the heaviest satellite i.e. 360 kg in weight and 1.2m high with 26 faces.
Wildlife conservation encompasses all human activities and efforts directed to preserve wild animals from extinction. It involves both protection and scientific management of wild species and their environment.
Energy is the capacity to work. We use energy at various levels in different forms. It is used in the kitchen for cooking food to run machines at the factories. The motor vehicles, the trains, the turbines and the aero planes are driven by the energy.