Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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A Study of Tea Plantation Operational Aspects in Relation to Operational Workforce .
The  following  is  a  dissertation  by  Niranjan  Wickremasinghe  which  he  submitted  in  January  2008  as  a  project  report  in  partial  fulfillment  of  the  requirements  for  his  Master  of  Business  Administration  degree  from  Sikkim  Manipal  University  in  India.  Niranjan  had  a  brief  tea  planting  career  from  1993  to  1998  and  is  now  the  Managing Director  of  Medicheks  Colombo  (Pvt)  Ltd,  which  provides  medical  investigations
for HACCP, ISO and other quality certificate purposes. We are indeed indebted to
Niranjan for submitting this work for the benefit of our readers
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Multiple Questions for CA ii
Multiple Questions for CA ii  Click Here to Download File

Presentation on Service tax
 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
 APPLICABILITY
 WHO MUST OBTAIN REGISTRATION  & TIME LIMIT
 GENERAL EXEMPTION FROM SERVICE TAX (SEC.93)
 TAX IS CALCULATED ON THE VALUE
 WHO IS LIABLE FOR SERVICE  TAX?
 OTHER PROVISIONS RELATING TO SERVICE TAX
 Provisional Payment of Service tax
 Due  dates for payment of service tax
 DEFAULT & EXCESS PAYMENT OF SERVICE TAX
 When will return be filed?
 Other provisions relating to return
 Some important forms
 Penalty for late filing of return
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Electronic Commerce and the Internet
Electronic Commerce and the Internet
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 Accounting for the Growth of MNC-based Trade using a Structural Model of U.S. MNCs
U.S. foreign trade has grown much more rapidly than GDP in recent decades. But there is no consensus as to why. More than half of U.S. foreign trade consists of arms-length and intrafirm
trade activity by multinational corporations (MNCs). Thus, in order to better understand the growth of trade, it is important to understand the reasons for the rapid growth in MNC-based trade.This paper uses confidential BEA data on the activities of U.S. MNCs to shed light on this issue. Specifically, we estimate a simple structural model of the production and trade decisions of U.S. MNCs with affiliates in Canada, the largest trading partner of the U.S., using data from 1983-96.  We then use the model as a framework to decompose the growth in intrafirm and arms-length trade flows into components due to tariff reductions, changes in technology, changes in wages, and other factors.   We find that tariff reductions can account for a substantial part of the increase in armslength MNC-based trade. But our model attributes most of the growth of intra-firm trade to technical change, with tariff reductions playing only a secondary role. Simple descriptive statistics provide face validity for this result, since arms-length tradegrew much more rapidly in industries with the largest tariff reductions, while intra-firm trade grew rapidly even in industries where tariffs were negligible to begin with. 
Our work makes a number of other contributions: Our descriptive analysis of the BEA firm level data, which has rarely been made available for research, suggests that few MNCs fit into the neat vertical vs. horizontal dichotomy of the theoretical literature. Also, we find that MNC decisions to engage in intra-firm and arms-length trade are unrelated to tariff levels. The growth in MNC-based trade due to tariff reductions has been almost entirely on the intensive margin, among the subset of firms already engaged in such activities. 
Finally, the estimation of our model requires the development of a number of new econometric procedures. We present new recursive importance sampling algorithms that are the continuous and discrete/continuous analogues of the GHK method.  
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AIRTEL advertisements and their impact.
To   find out effectiveness   AIRTEL advertisements  & their impact   on   the viewers
Mobile penetration is currently exploding in India and Bharti Airtel has been riding the crest of the huge mobile industry wave that has been formed. Vast market opportunities have now opened up the playing field in Indian telecom market and also has made it much more competitive. In this type of competitive environment it will be interesting to find out how AIRTEL advertisements have helped it to retain its number 1 position. The objective of the study is to find out how the different advertisements of AIRTEL are impacting the viewers to use AIRTEL and what type of changes AIRTEL needs to make in near future to make its advertisements more efficient and effective.

Acknowledgment……………………………………………………………….2
Executive Summary………………………………………….………………...5
Introduction…………………………………………………………………….6
Literature Review………………………………………………………………8
Airtel products……………...………………………………………………....9
 Objective of Study…………………………………………………………….14
Research Methodology………………………………………………………..15
Data Analysis…………………………………………………………………16
Findings……………..………………………………………………………...27
Recommendations…………………………………………………………….28
Limitations of Study…………………………………………………………..29
Bibliography…………………………………………………………………..31
Questionnaire…………………………………………………………………32

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Research Proposal on Consumer Decision Analysis for Purchase of Fruit Drinks.
This project aims to find out the various factors influencing the consumer decision while making a purchase of a fruit drink in the age group of 19-30 in the city of Pune. Background talks about various factors that have led us to undertake this study and how and to whom this report will benefit. Objectives talks of types of data the research project will generate and how these data is relevant. A statement of value of information is also included in this section. Research approach gives a non technical description of the data collection method, measurement instrument, sample and analytical techniques.
The beverage market in India is worth 2074.67 Million INR. Though the major portion of the market is still  dominated by the carbonated soft drinks there is major shift  towards the Juice segment. There was a growth of 31.52% in the Juice segment from 2007 to 2008. As a result of this phenomenal growth, a lot of competition has entered the market. A number of new brands have flooded  the  market.  The competition  from Indian beverages  such as  Sugarcane Juice, Buttermilk, and Fresh Juices etc has also captured a sizeable share of the market.
Due to these changes in the beverage market there is a need to identify and evaluate the reasons for  the  shift  in  the  consumer purchasing  pattern.  This  study aims to  determine  the  factors influencing the consumer decision while buying fruit drinks in the age group 19-30 in the city of Pune.
I also need to study the factors that are now driving the consumer’s purchasing decision. Also, due to the increase in the competition there is a need to determine the awareness levels for the various  brands  amongst  the  consumers.  With  the  availability  of  a  number  of  channels  of distribution for the beverages in India,  I  will also try to identify the most preferred shopping channel of beverages for a consumer.
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