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Experience of People in Municipal Offices (Property Tax)

Experience of People in Municipal Offices (Property Tax) Survey conducted by – Laxmikant Todkar, Dillip Kumar Bhola Deven Wajekar ITM Executive MBA Batch 14 (2019-20) INTRODUCTION: Municipal governance is much broader than what municipal governments do. Cities are increasingly becoming multi-governmental and the effective management of cities requires multi-pronged partnerships and the involvement of many stakeholders. In India, when people go to government offices for getting done any type work like property tax, Government officers don’t co-operate properly. They (officers) work as per their convenience and punctuality is a real concern. Biasness & dominance nature exists since beginning of this Read More
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Experience of People Due To Potholes on the Road.

Experience of People Due To Potholes on the Road. Author: – Hiral Makwana Introduction: – A pothole is a depression in a road surface, usually asphalt pavement, where traffic has removed broken pieces of the pavement .Damaged pavement like potholes are increasing due to the climate change such as heavy rains, and thus complaints and lawsuits of accidents related to potholes are growing. For all the people living in India, potholes need absolutely no introduction. Potholes are one of the most visible and annoying forms of distress associated with bituminous pavement deterioration from the point of view of a road Read More
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Experience of People due to Potholes in Mumbai

Experience of People due to Potholes in Mumbai Authors: Sukhvinder Kaur, Arpana Balajee , Manish Jage ITM Executive Batch 13 B (2018-2020) Introduction: A Pothole is a depression in a road surface, usually asphalt pavement, where traffic has removed broken pieces of the pavement. Water first weakens the underlying soil; traffic then fatigues and breaks the poorly supported asphalt surface in the affected area. Even after spending crores for over five years on reconstruction of roads in Mumbai, potholes continue to trouble commuters in the financial city of the country. For over a decade now, six companies – RP Shah, Read More
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Trends of Divorce in India

Trends of Divorce in India BY: Mohammad Ali ITM Executive MBA program BATCH: SMBA1 INTRODUCTION: “It is so far from being natural for a man and woman to live in the state of marriage that we find all the motives which they have for remaining in that connection, and the restraints which civilized society imposes to prevent separation, are hardly sufficient to keep them together.” The above statement was made in 18th century by a famous poet, essayist, moralist, literary critic, biographer ETC named Samuel Johnson. Divorce and separation of married couples have become a household story these days. It Read More
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GST (Goods and Service Tax) – Is Government and Common Man on the same page.

GST (Goods and Service Tax) – Is Government and Common Man on the same page.   Presented by Bapan Bera, Charles Ramachandran and Devendra Navik. ITM Executive MBA.   Introduction. As the name suggests, it is a tax levied when a consumer buys a goods or services. Basically, it is meant to be a single and comprehensive tax that will subsume all the other smaller indirect taxes on consumption like service tax, etc. This is how it is done in most of the developed countries, unlikely it is yet to be done in India. The Goods and Services Tax Bill Read More
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By: Mahesh Sharma Yogesh Kumar Singh Pankhuri Shashtri ITM Executive MBA program 1. INTRODUCTION : In today’s generation, one of the biggest challenge to any government is safety of women. A crime against them has rise in past few years at an alarming rate. Despite of all government measure taken to avoid such heinous act, nothing much has been achieved. Every single day single women, young girls, mothers and women from all walks of life are being assaulted, molested, and violated. The streets, public transport, public spaces in particular have become the territory of the hunters. While the ones already Read More
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SURVEY: Should Alcohol Be Banned?

SHOULD ALCOHOL BE BANNED? SUBMITTED BY: AKANKSHA BICHPURIA NUPUR SHARMA SAUMYA SHRIVASTAVA 1) INTRODUCTION An alcoholic beverage is a drink which contains a substantial amount of the psychoactive drug ethanol (informally called alcohol), a depressant which in low doses causes euphoria, reduced anxiety and sociability and in higher doses causes intoxication (drunkenness) , stupor and unconsciousness. Long-term use can lead to alcohol abuse , physical dependence and Alcoholism. Drinking alcohol plays an important social role in many cultures so most countries have laws regulating their production, sale, and consumption.Alcohol expectations are beliefs and attitudes that people have about the effects Read More
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Juvenile Delinquency

Surveyed On: Juvenile Delinquency Surveyed By: Amit Mishra / Ankit Kumar / Shubham Bansal 1. INTRODUCTION The study involved a survey on Juvenile delinquency. Juvenile delinquency, also known as “juvenile offending”, is participation in illegal behavior by minors (juveniles, i.e. individuals younger than the statutory age of majority). Most legal systems prescribe specific procedures for dealing with juveniles, such as juvenile detention centers, and courts. In recent years a higher proportion of youth have experienced arrests by their early 20s than in the past, although some scholars have concluded this may reflect more aggressive criminal justice and zero-tolerance policies rather Read More
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Punjab National Bank, its IT norms.

Punjab National Bank, its IT norms. Banks have norms which they have to abide by and these rules begin from first step of opening account and not using these ,know your customer, norms have cost the PNB because that were used for siphoning off AN account holder’s cash, verified pricey for a public sector bank. The bank has been ordered to pay Rs5.50 hundred thousand as compensation to the litigant who was at the receiving end of the fraud. It so happened in the 2010 year. Rajesh Agarwal, the principal secretary of the state mentioned about the protection offered by Read More
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Legal issues faced by Amway in India.

Amway India CEO Bill Pinckney was arrested May 26 in New Delhi, and was taken more than a thousand miles south to the town of Kurnool, where a local judge ordered him into custody until June 7. Pinckney’s arrest, his second since May 2013, came after a warrant was issued in response to a complaint accusing the direct sales giant of various infractions, including cheating, extortion and irregularities in its business operations in the country. A Didar Singh, who heads the India industry group Ficci, called Pinckney’s incarceration inappropriate and unwarranted, adding that the complaint should be handled as a Read More
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