Praxis Business School, Kolkata, India
Capital Market is a channel through which the wealth of savers are put into long-term productive use. Both the Equity and Bond markets are parts of Capital Markets. Governments and Companies use Capital Markets to raise money for their long-term investments. The capital is raised through debt and equity instruments. Capital Markets are of two types: Primary market is a market for new shares…Continue
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It is noticed that some of the students are using torrent software specially at night. Uninstall torrent immediately, otherwise your ip will be blocked permanently.
Added by Tapas Hazra on November 1, 2012 at 14:58 — No Comments
All emails-id has been created in our new mail server and default password has been sent to your alternative email-id. The new webmail address is – http://webmail.praxis.ac.in.
Please check your emails.
Any problem regarding email access please contact with me.
Added by Tapas Hazra on October 12, 2012 at 13:50 — No Comments
After a gap of almost 3 years managed to break the firewall of my company ...really good to see the KK same as it was with a little difference in the audience
Added by shikha gupta on September 12, 2012 at 16:30 — No Comments
A small change in the end term exam is planned. On 6th we will provide you a data set which you will have to create the report on. I will also tell you the objective of the report to be created. You need to spend 15 min to understand requirement of report, 15 min to import and explore the data and then the next 30 min to create the report and beautify it. Sll reports must be saved in pdf format and well presented. A lot of significance will be given to the presentation and…Continue
Added by Dr. Chaitali Basu Mukherji on September 2, 2012 at 15:02 — No Comments
The Eurozone is an economic and monetary union of 17 European nations. The Eurozone was evolved from European Economic Community (EEC). EEC was formed by European country leaders, who either lived through or saw aftermath of World War 2. Never they wanted…Continue
These days when I open a newspaper, the first thing that catches my eyes is Indian Rupee. I started wondering why rupee started suddenly de-rocketing against dollar and performing worse compared to its peers. I felt bad about India’s current state of chaos. On 24 may 2012 Rupee fell all time low of 56.37. I’ve decided to look the facts behind this and write, which I always love to.
What went wrong with Indian…Continue
I want to ask about neuromarketing, it is a specialized market research technique used by companies to find out how a customer's brain reacts to a product.. Any idea who is working on it ??
Added by Nishant Tiwari on April 25, 2012 at 10:48 — No Comments
Finally, Good days are ahead for 26 million small and medium enterprises in the country. BSE’s SME Exchange is planning to start operations. The Prime Minister's Task Force has recommended to set-up a dedicated Stock Exchange/ Platform for SME. SEBI has also laid down the regulation for the governance of SME Exchange/Platform. First SME Exchange in India will be started by BSE and followed by NSE, which has started preparation for launching its own SME…Continue
These days Indian E-Commerce industry is mushroomed with many new players. Many entrepreneurs & venture capitalists are investing in E-Retail thinking that it offers high profit margins. E-Retail is offering products and services from books to deals and almost everything that is offered by retail.
Today when we turn on our TV in prime time, we definitely see advertisements on Deals, Goods & Services that are offered by E-commerce sites. Many firms such as Flipkart, Snapdeal…Continue
Added by anil nandyala on February 10, 2012 at 23:30 — No Comments
These days we are familiar with protests against Stop Online Privacy Act & Protect Intellectual Property Act, While some people Supporting these acts are saying that these acts will promote prosperity, creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation, others are saying these acts will lead to loss of “ Freedom of Expression”. Before finding out why there is a difference in opinion lets have a glance at these acts.
Added by anil nandyala on January 27, 2012 at 21:17 — No Comments
Either writing them on Papyrus, painting it on the walls, printing it on the paper, showing a commercial on the television or using web, advertisements has always been beneficial for the marketers to generate revenue by increasing their sales of products and services by gaining awareness amongst consumers. A…Continue
Added by Shubhankar Sengupta on December 28, 2011 at 9:30 — No Comments
Even if you ask a kid today why Lok Sabha is held? he will say for the passage of bills, but today Lok Sabha is popular for disruptions and walkouts. Present Lok Sabha is the most disrupted in the 25 years utilizing only 72% of its time and many of the bills are debated less than 5 minutes. out of the total 200 bills proposed only 57 bills are passed in the present Lok Sabha and the rest are pending.
In the first two decades of the Lok Sabha the…Continue
Added by anil nandyala on December 11, 2011 at 1:02 — No Comments
Government of INDIA has given permission up to 51% FDI in multi branded retail and 100% FDI in Single branded retail and cold storages. but, many parties such as Trinamool ,Bahujan samaj party and others are opposing the move saying that it leads to lose of jobs. before considering this move as good or bad lets look at pros and cons of the situation
Try to predict before you hit the link. (1Hint: Electricity is not in the list)
Added by Asish Ghosh on November 2, 2011 at 22:22 — No Comments
GDP: Even tough GDP has grown at the average rate of 7.2% in the last decade it is not a true indictor of economic development because, agriculture contributes to 18% of GDP and service and manufacture sector contribute 82% but, 58% of the people work in agriculture sector and there…Continue
Apple, we thought, was about Adam and Eve
But along came Mr. Jobs they sometimes called Steve,
He took a boring machine they called the computer,…
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An Indian is assigned a job as a woodcutter. The boss instructs him that he has to cut down at least 20 trees per day. The Indian agrees.
At the finish of the first day, the boss comes to check on his employee. He finds the Indian looking tired and worn out and having only cut two trees. The boss is…Continue
Even if we ask a kid what is lokpal, he will say anti corruption bill, but it's not just about corruption it is more than that.
Lokpal bill is an independent body like supreme court in which no minister/ mp’s has right to question the investigator. It would investigate corrupt cases with in a year and finishes the trail by next year and recover the money.
Jan lokpal will form lokpal at the centre and lokayukta in each state.
What lokpal does to a common man?
Total power production India 1,76990.40 mw
India’s electricity grid has the highest transmission and distribution losses in the world about 30- 40%
India power loss in 2010-11 is approximately Rs 68,000 crore
78 million households in India doesn’t have power supply
more than 50% of villages in india doesn't have continues power supply
Around 5% of power is wasted by households every year
Please turn off lights and fans when…Continue
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