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Promoting MSEs via CSR

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By. V. N Prasad The 2014-notified Corporate social Responsibility (CSR) rules, under the Companies Act, mandating all corporate entities in the country with a “three-year average annual net profit” of Rs. five crore (50 million) and above  to spend two percent of it on CSR, can aid the development and growth of Micro and  Small Enterprises’ (MSEs) sector, if desired ...

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Informal Sector Enterprises: Expectations from MUDRA Bank

By Vignesh Jha Informal sector enterprises do not have the benefit of sector-specific credit policy, while specially designed credit policy to make stakeholder community, belongs to informal sector, able to serve in a better way was need of the nation since independence. Ignoring a sector, which contributes more than 60% to ‘Urban GDP’ is not a symptom of development oriented ...

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SUPPLY CHAIN – Indian Scenario

By J. S Lamba      Supply chain management is defined as “to plan and coordinate all activities necessary to achieve desired level of delivered service and quality at lowest possible cost”. The scope of logistics includes entire gamut of activities starting from the procurement and management of raw materials through delivery of final product to the end consumer. The ...

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Food processing – an evergreen sector

M.Radhakrishnan, entrepreneur from  Kannur, Kerala talks about food processing business.   Food Processing is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Indian economy. This sector employs 13 percent of the total workers of the registered factory sector. The sector is growing at a rate of 8.4 percent. In India Agro and food processing sector has got all the required elements for ...

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Being Stuck Can Help Me Grow

By K. S  Ahluwalia After an accident, there is often a second of calm when you realize that you are seriously hurt. Memory captures the scene in fine detail, as if you’re hovering outside your skin, before pain and confusion pull you right back in. I can still see myself getting up from a fall, almost exactly thirteen years ago, dusting ...

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Informal Sector Entrepreneurs in Nation Building :National Dialogue on Changes in the form of Labour Movements in India, 17 May 2015

  National Dialogue on Changes in the form of Labour Movements in India has been organized by “National Alliance for Labour Rights (NALR)” at Gandhi Peace Foundation, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg, New Delhi. The assembly has been participated by workers and representatives of various sectors, which included street vendors, rag pickers, domestic helpers, farm workers, cycle and electric rickshaw pullers, ...

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Changing voter profile and political agenda

By C.K Viswanath Voters of today comprise self-employed entrepreneurs, consumers and professionals. With the rapid socio-economic transitions around the world, propelled by technology especially Information and Communications Technology, voter profile is also in transition from a factory worker or a peasant to that of self-employed people, professionally qualified youth, women entrepreneurs and poorer people as members of self-help groups or ...

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Festivals: an occasion of varied opportunities for many

By V. N Prasad   No other Country in the World can pride itself as a Country of festivals as India does, and why not, when people of diverse religious beliefs co-exist peacefully. India, indeed, is a land of festivals and each one of them is celebrated with equal gaiety, be it Ganesh chaturdhi or Dussera or Divali of Hindus, ...

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Eco-Spiritual Foundations of Green Economy

Acharya Sachidananda Bharathi* I see economy as the physical expression of an authentic and practical spirituality. Few ‘gurus’ and books have greatly influenced in molding my thoughts in this direction during the initial stages of my spiritual quest that began soon after an encounter with death in an air accident in 1982. (I was a 35-year old Indian Air Force ...

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