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Volume 2, Issue 6 June 2014

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Analysis on Nuclear Power in India: Do India Really Needs Nuclear Energy for its Energy Shortage
Author: Naganathan Venkatesh
Abstract: India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with a world’s second largest population of 1.2 billion people; to sustain its strength in both economic front and industrial front, it needs to strengthen its power sector with a strong power production capability which is one of the major concerns of India. India is looking for new sustainable ways to power its energy shortage by Nuclear Energy (NE) to minimise the carbon emission levels to a substantial levels that can reduce volatile fossil fuel price and by controlling the effects on climate change. This paper will be focusing on the future prospects of India’s NE in contributing to the nations shortage of power; and to what extent India can adopt to the usage of NE for generating electricity will be highlighted. Secondly this paper will discuss the consequences of risk factors of NE and its implications over the other alternative source of energy resources will be analysed. Further a descriptive study will be taken up to find out the existing nuclear power plants in India; its present and future production capacity and whether they have met the safety requirement. This study will also focus on the public demonstration against NE, delay in procurements and implementation of power plant in India is key hurdle which will be discussed as well along with it a survey from public will be conducted in two major places in India – Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan for their opinion on whether to go Nuclear or any other alternative way of producing energy sources. My thesis will provide a comprehensive analysis of overall picture of India’s Nuclear power – its present, future and its sustainability in moving forward in achieving the power hungry India.
001-015
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ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDIA & FLUCTUATIONS IN EXCHANGE RATE A CASE STUDY: TERMS OF TRADE OF INDIA SINCE 2010
Author: Deepali Garge
Abstract: The foreign capital inflow into India has been associated with rising Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The main focus of the paper lies in analyzing the correlation of macroeconomic indicators in relation to the inflows of foreign capital and exchange rates & GDP in India since January 2010 to May 2012. The overall focus of the paper is on other macroeconomic indicators also like inflation & FDI. The correlation analysis of selected indicators shows that GDP is negatively related to the exchange rates of Indian rupee per unit of US dollar. This suggests that the prevailing exchange rates not helping in the growth of Indian GDP. It also focuses on the steps taken by Finance Minister like ‘austerity’. This paper also entails on the current scenario of the market.
016-019
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03
An Empirical Analysis related to company working environment
Author: D. K. Ray
Abstract: Initial Public giving (IPO) is that the issue of shares to the overall public for the primary time. The company going for IPOs usually fixes the problem worth on the idea of their historical financial performance and market conditions. The share is listed in an exceedingly recognized stock exchange at a selected worth and when listing, the worth could move in any direction depending on the perception of the market. within the paper a trial is formed to check the worth behaviour of IPOs and its persistent result when listing on returns. It permits to know the rating potency of the managers. For this purpose a customary event study methodology by taking market adjusted come model is employed. As per the methodology, average abnormal return (AAR) and additive average abnormal come (CAAR) square measure calculated at the side of the t-statistics for testing significance. the general result indicates that Indian IPOs throughout 2001 to 2010 were expensive. Eventhough the Aare River on the primary commerce day was over one per cent, within the succeeding days the worth was adjusted by the market. CAAR at the tip of the event window (75th day) stood at -10.7 per cent. The negative CAAR of sixty eight days out of seventy five days were statistically vital, that powerfully supported the underperformance of Indian IPOs throughout the amount.
020-022
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A collaborative logical SUPPLY CHAIN CHALLENGES applied for Improvement Organization system
Author: Kavita Kapoor
Abstract: An extensive space of analysis in operations relates to creation and delivery of import through better demand provide coordination that is additionally termed as provide chain management. Supply chain management is usually noted as economical management of the end-to-end method, which starts with the look of the merchandise or service and ends with the time once it's been sold, consumed, and eventually, discarded by the buyer. Managing provide chains generally entails expeditiously coordinative the flow of data, merchandise and finances. Managing a provide chain among one country is sophisticated attributable to numerous styles of uncertainties in demand, provide and method. In most developed economies, there square measure restricted uncertainties in availableness of basic wants for any quite business like power, roads, water etc. However, in developing economies infrastructure is weaker which poses many new styles of challenges. This paper 1st discusses the characteristics of Bharat each as a source and a marketplace for the globe economy. we have a tendency to shall conjointly take a glance at the selling environment in Bharat followed by a method headed approach of the availability chain discussing how provide chain operations in Bharat square measure totally different in conjunction with the challenges and opportunities in that. Finally, we have a tendency to discuss the methods for up the availability chain efficiencies and role of data Technology (IT) in managing the unskillfulness issues.
023-027
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