Economy of Kolkata

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  • Business Strategy Of ITC Limited

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    ITC Limited or ITC is an Indian conglomerate headquartered in Kolkata. Its diversified business includes five segments: Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Hotels, Paperboards & Packaging, Agri Business & Information Technology. Established in 1910 as the Imperial Tobacco Company of India Limited, the company was renamed as the Indian Tobacco Company Limited in 1970 and further to I.T.C. Limited in 1974. This company is rated among the 'World's Best Big Companies' by Forbes magazine. ITC ranks

  • Essay On Corporate Governance

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    ITC Ltd.’s strategy plan for compliance with the current acceptable standards or norms relative to social responsibility today is well thought out, especially for a company that sells potentially dangerous products, and try to meet and listen to all demands and laws in place since the start of their business. Even though in 2014 a new bill was passed for the majority of companies to build accountability and also have the government looking over the private sector (Banerjee, 2013). “The CSR provision

  • Brief History Of ITC Limited

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    ITC Limited or ITC is an Indian aggregate headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal. Its differentiated business incorporates five fragments: Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Hotels, Paperboards and Packaging, Agri Business and Information Technology. Set up in 1910 as the Imperial Tobacco Company of India Limited, the organization was renamed as the Indian Tobacco Company Limited in 1970 and further to I.T.C. Constrained in 1974. The periods in the name were uprooted in September 2001 for the organization

  • Study On Socio Ecological Resources Of The Place Of My Residence

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    Topic: Study on Socio-Ecological Resources of the Place of My Residence Final Report 5/2/2015 IBS KOLKATA BY- SUMIT AGARWAL Table of Contents Serial No. Particulars Page No. 1. Introduction 2. Name of the place: Municipal ward/Gram Panchayat of My Residence. 3. History of the Place, Personalities, Monuments, & Schools, Colleges, Clubs, Libraries etc. 4. Geography- roads, rivers, canals. 5. Natural and community resources, (flora, fauna, parks, ponds/lakes, community

  • Case Study On Hotel Industry

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    industries in the world, inhabiting a noteworthy stand in the global economy. This self-sustaining industry has been successful in creating more than 258 million jobs across the world and contributing to around 9.1% of the world GDP. The figure would touch 296 million in 2019 according to the expectations of UNWTO. Presently, the industry has gained a worldwide economic segment having a direct and indirect impacts on the world economy. The rapid growth of this industry is being experienced by various

  • Importance Of Deep Sea Ports

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    According to the economic fundament, the success of deep sea port is helping in the economy of the country like roads, communication and etc. this ports have a vital effect on the extension and countries well being.Maritime history clearly stated about the remarkable and analytical role of ports in countries like Britain, Spain, and Portugal’s increased economy. Deep sea port has favourable effects for the enrolment and income of a country. However we cannot deny about the advantage of trade

  • Capital Inflow, Capacity Expansion And Wage Gap : A Theoretical Evaluation Essay

    1742 Words  | 7 Pages 9811549115 8697142856 St. Xavier’s College,Kolkata AsutoshCollge, Kolkata Economics Department 2nd Year Economics Department 2nd Year SaptakaHansda SamratDasgupta 7278894559 8961851610 St. Xavier’s College,Kolkata St. Xavier’s College,Kolkata Economics Department 2nd Year Economics Department

  • The Route Less Taken Essay

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    Thud! I almost regretted buying my iPhone. What I regret even more was setting the alarm to 5:00am. I rolled off the bed and felt an immediate blast of humidity. Slowly, the outline of my apartment gained resolution. I could see a clear view of the tropical trees and the worn down apartment building. The acrid smell of construction and rubber was relentless. I was careful not to wake my grandparents or my sister and suddenly, I remember why I had my phone woken me up. “Crap. Time to go jogging.”

  • The Indian Of Indian Bengal

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    reason working behind the division of Bengal. But political reasons were mostly related to this division. They are:- The Eagerness of British Government: Bengal is a prosperous province. With the establishment of British rule and the establishment of Kolkata as capital the importance of Bengal increased more and more. The West Bengal became an industrially impoverished area. The target

  • The Transit Agreement Between Bangladesh And India Essay

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    Transit is generally the making of mutually beneficial arrangements for the use of waterways, roads and railways for bilateral trade and passage of goods between two countries or two places in one countrythrough the territory of the other. This system is not very uncommon since many countries in the world give transit to others for economic and political development and some countries like Egypt,Singapore,Russia is making a huge money through this system Transit Agreement between Bangladesh and