2020 Jan

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    IMPACT OF POLLUTION IN TEACHING HOSPITALS: AN APPRAISAL OF SELECTED TEACHING HOSPITALS IN KOLKATA
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    Sarada Prasad Datta
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    Human Development refers to creating an environment which protects the fundamental human rights by ensuring a holistic development of human beings and its surroundings. The health sector being an indispensible element for development of a nation play... Read More...
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    FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF BANK — A TAXONOMIC APPROACH BASED ON CAMELS PARAMETER & ITS MAJOR DETERMINANT
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    Swati Ghosh Bishan Sanyal Buddhadeb Chandra
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    This study utilized the ‘CAMELS’ parameter as identified by Narashimam Committee to judge the financial performance of selected 40 banks during the study period 2006 to 2018. Key parameters considered here to judge the financial performance of ba... Read More...
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    AGRICULTURAL CREDIT GROWTH AND INDEBTEDNESS OF FARMERS IN INDIA
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    Abhijit Pathak
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    In the period after bank nationalisation in India, this country witnessed a large scale expansion of bank credit to agriculture along with the spread of bank branches to the rural areas.Researchers also found its positive impact in reducing rural pov... Read More...
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    ANALYSIS OF INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING OF GRAM PANCHAYATS PROGRAM IN WEST BENGAL — A STUDY ON DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE
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    Rupak Karmakar, Uttam Kumar Dutta
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    West Bengal is the pioneering state in establishment of the three tier panchayats system for rural government in India. West Bengal government, strengthening the institutional capacity of gram panchayat with initiated the Institutional Strengthening ... Read More...
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    IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON HEAT STROKE — AN INTERSTATE PANEL STUDY IN INDIA
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    Maniklal Adhikary, Chaitali Pal
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    Climate change has multi-dimensional effect among which effect on human health is most concerned. Farmers and workers of agricultural field are highly exposed to the vulnerability of climate change. In India 60 to 70% population is engaged directly o... Read More...
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    REGULATION OF BANKS’ CAPITAL AND MACRO-STABILITY — A THEORETICAL APPRAISAL
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    Mainak Bhattacharjee, Debashis Mazumdar
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    Following the adoption of the New Economic Policy (NEP) by India in July 1991, Government of India (GoI) has started viewing banks as commercially organized profit driven financial institutions whose viability depends upon their ability to make profi... Read More...
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    COMPANIES ACT 2013 – A BIG STEP TOWARDS WOMAN EMPOWERMENT IN THE CORPORATE WORLD: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE BANKING INDUSTRY
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    Rimjhim Patra, Ipsita Goswami
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    The Indian Society has travelled from equal status to a male dominated one, reflecting the women as the weaker section. With the passage of time the society has progressed and now we have a number of rules and regulations established for providing se... Read More...
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