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Relationship of State Bank of India with Nifty50

Title:- Relationship of State Bank of India with Nifty50 Author:- Saira Shaikh Introduction: The State Bank of India (SBI) is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services statutory body. It is a government corporation statutory body headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. SBI is ranked as 236th in the Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s biggest corporations of 2019. It is the largest bank in India with a 23% market share in assets, besides a share of one-fourth of the total loan and deposits market. State Bank of India (SBI) is the country’s largest commercial bank, in terms of Read More
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OPINION ON WORKPLACE ROMANCE By- Akanksha Shukla, Samrudhi Mohite, under the able guidance of Dr. J K Sachdeva. Introduction In today’s world of love and romance a lot of people meet their partners at the workplace, and yet dating someone in office is frowned upon. You spend a tremendous amount of time at work and, if you put people in close proximity, working together, having open, vulnerable conversations, there’s a good chance there are going to be romantic relationships. Before people act on their feelings, it’s important to think through the risks, and there are quite a few. Of course, Read More
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Opinion Of Students On Ragging in Colleges

TITLE Opinion Of Students On Ragging in Colleges AUTHORS 1) Madhuri Shirkar (Kohinoor Business School, Roll no. 40) 2) Vaishali Parande (Kohinoor Business School, Roll no. 32) 3) Buddhbhushan Pawar (Kohinoor Business School, Roll no. 34) INTRODUCTION Ragging is now defined as an act that violates or is perceived to violate an individual student’s dignity. After experiencing the evil of ragging, a student develops a feeling of revenge for his unjustified harassment and derives pleasure in ragging his juniors on his turn. So the trend goes on and students continue to suffer. A section of students feel that light ragging Read More
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Women’s Safety

PRANISHA.ALUNGAL MBA- HRM 011202 REFERENCE Reference : Reference : Reference- Reference: Reference- Reference- Reference- Reference- Reference- Reference- 1. What Female Voters Say About Women’s Safety in Mumbai Women from all walks of life talk about how secure they feel in India’s financial capital. As Mumbai’s usually apathetic citizens poured into the streets in support of stronger measures to protect women, political parties condemned the incident and placed blame. While Milind Deora, a Congress party member of Parliament, promoted self-defense classes for women, the Shiv Sena, a right-wing Hindu nationalist party in Maharashtra, distributed 2,500 knives to Read More
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Mansi Vekhande MMS-Finance ROLL NO- 19 Child Marriage • Article 1 Speaking Out Against Child Marriage – “We Can End Child Marriage, and We Can End It in a Generation Child marriage has been missing from international development agendas. The time is ripe for that to change. Around the world today, approximately 400 million women were married as children. This practice is particularly prevalent in certain parts of Africa. In Chad and Niger, for example, which have the highest child marriage rates in the world, 70% of women were married off before their 18th birthday. According to some estimates, between Read More
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Article 1-On Plastic Waste Management Summary- In the given article the issue of single use plastic is describe as follows. Single use plastic has formulated a rapid growth in manufacturing, in the early 1950to 1970 single use plastic was producing on law scale which was easy to managed as well but in early 2000the plastic production has grown drastically as numbers shows it is approximately 300 million plastic we produce per year which has become very critical to manage which lead that to list of the biggest problem of all countries. Many NGOS, organisation, local residential as well as the Read More
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RENUKA WAGHMARE MMS 20 Topic- PLASTIC Article 1-On Plastic Waste Management Overall, half of all the plastic bags produced are designed to be used only once and then just thrown away. Between the 1950s and the 70s, only a small quantity of plastic was produced. Hence, the problem was largely manageable but by the 1990s, plastic waste generation more than tripled in two decades following a similar rise in plastic production. And in the early 2000s, our output of plastic waste grew more in a single decade than it had in the previous 40 years. As a result, the world Read More
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Research on girl child in India

Akshata Anant Bane Research on girl child in India 1. Rights of girl child From the research of 1250 families 740 had only one girl child and 249 agreed directly that they had done away with the unwanted girl child , more than 213 of the families had more than one male child , but apart from this Hindu’s are more in numbers to kill the girl child or having gender discrimination rather than other religion this article is all about mentioning gender discrimination and inequalities of woman rights in India particularly Haryana , Tamil nadu and west Bengal are Read More
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LIFE EXPECTANCY IN WORLD By- Akanksha Shukla under the able guidance of Dr. JK Sachdeva The life expectancy slowdown: Life expectancy is increasing – but the rate at which it is doing so in some countries is stalling. The Office for National Statistics compared changes to average life expectancies in 20 countries across the world, between 2005-10 and 2011-16.The data shows that the UK has experienced one of the steepest slowdowns to both male and female life expectancies during that time. In the years 2005-10, male life expectancy in the UK increased by 17 weeks a year, while female life Read More
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Problems faced by women entrepreneurs.

In modern economics, one of the most common raising trends is entrepreneurship.It is strongly related to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).Entrepreneurial performance is defined in relation to the output of the entrepreneur. It refers to the level of achievement of the entrepreneur in running the business enterprise. Sometimes, the achievement may be measured by the number of employees, level of profit and sales volume among other things. As woman endures a heavy amount of obligations and responsibilities, she encounters many obstacles such as time shortage; annoyance and resentment that double the pressure on them and discomfort that consequently lead Read More
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