Month: May 2014

Story Behind Sucessful Lijjat Papad

Everyone enjoys ‘rags to riches’ stories and everyone likes tales of stupendous success achieved through sheer determination.The story of Shri Mahila Griha Udyog Lijjat Papad is all that and much more. Shri Mahila Griha Udyog Lijjat Papad, popularly known as Lijjat , Almost every household eats papad of lijjat brand.It  is the india’s women cooperative which is involved in manufacturing of various fast moving consumer goods.you know the main objective of this company was empowerment of women.It was just started with a borrowed capital of 80 bugs just 80 rupees in the year 1959 and it has tremendously gained profit if we take current years (2o14)  annual turnover of the company It is 300 crores or 3 billion and exports of the company is 100 million. Continue reading

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

An investment made by a company or entity based in one country, into a company or entity based in another country. Foreign direct investments differ substantially from indirect investments such as portfolio flows, wherein overseas institutions invest in equities listed on a nation’s stock exchange. Entities making direct investments typically have a significant degree of influence and control over the company into which the investment is made. Open economies with skilled workforce and good growth prospects tend to attract larger amounts of foreign direct investment than closed, highly regulated economies. Continue reading

Women Entrepreneurs In India

Women Entrepreneurs are Women who think of business enterprise, initiate it, organize and combine the factors of production. nowadays with the changing trends Women Entrepreneurs has been recognized as an important source of economy growth.

If we talk about current scenario women entrepreneurs are contributing 9.01 % of total 11.70%entrepreneurs. If you see the state of kerla the literacy rate and development for women entrepreneurs are much higher. Now we must say our women entrepreneurs are moved beyond 3P’s that is pickle, peeth and papad. Continue reading

Finally Ambassador Car Got A Full Stop Over Production

Ambassador Car was manufactured by Hindustan Motors Of India since 1958. This car is indeed a legend of India Car Manufacturing but now with the low demand for the car and more expenses finally Hindustan Motors announced to shut down Ambassador car manufacturing on 25th May, 2014.  it was started in okha near gujrat and further expanded in madhyapradesh, Utterpara west bengal, kolkata but now with the competition and out of fashion model company slowly reduced there production and before production it was also said that company had a goal to to produce only 4 cars in a day because of very law demand. Continue reading

Corruption : A Major Setback.

from school days till now we are reading books that India is a developing country our parents has also read the same in their school days in textbooks.you know one of the major loophole which is stopping India from becoming a developing country is the corruption.Corruption in India is one of the major setbacks for developing India. The corruption flourishes from top to bottom level and as a result of this the poor innocent people are becoming victim of this corruption. Except very few people who are living with principle, remaining all are indulging in corruption in one or other way around by misusing their powers or positions. In top level, the corruption is in the form of scams and in the bottom level the corruption is in the form of bribes. Though the corruption at the bottom level is low but it accumulates as bigger as a scam because at the bottom level crores of people indulging in corruption.
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Case Study on progress of small business (Entrepreneurial Case)

Most people are familiar with the names of large businesses such as Marks & Spencer and Heinz. Although some may not realize many of today’s famous large companies were initially very small. They were started by either one person or a small group of people. Many businesses starts as one person’s idea. The creator is often an entrepreneur who spots a gap in the market or a commercial opportunity. She/he returns the idea into a marketable products or service. There are four main types of business : manufacturing, wholesale, retail and services. Some characteristics found in successful entrepreneurs, show they are : Continue reading

Marketing Case Study on Telecom Industry

In 2011, the Top 6 players in the Indian telecom service market- Bharat, Salience, Worldfone, Bigmo, Ideal and Tantra accounted for 93% share of India’s 800 million subscribers. With a healthy penetration level of 66% (800 million subscribers in a population of 1200 millions) and 10 millions new connections added every month; the Indian telecom sector is attracting local and international competition.  Continue reading

Portfolio Management.

A Portfolio Management refers to the science of analyzing the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for performing wide range of activities related to the one’s portfolio for maximizing the return at a given risk.

Portfolio management services (PMS) are the professional services provided by portfolio managers to help their clients in managing their portfolio efficiently and taking required decisions swiftly. Portfolio managers consider the risk preferences and personal investment goals of their clients and manage their mutual funds, stocks and bonds. Continue reading

Glaxo V/S Heinz (Law Competition Act.)

The case is about the negative advertisement due to growing competition between Horlicks (glaxo) and complan (Heinz). Horlicks and Complan both were the market leader in the children’s health drink industry. But with the growing competition it affected the completion policies. Continue reading

Ravinder Raj V/S Maruti Udyog Ltd. & Competent Motors Co. Pvt. Ltd.

In set case,

In 1986 Mr. Ravinder Raj booked a cream colour Maruti 800 car by paying Rs. 10,000. He booked a car in Competent Motors Co. Pvt. Ltd. showroom which was associated with the Maruti Udyog Ltd. for selling of Maruti cars through their showrooms.

In July 15, 1988 showroom informed Mr. Ravinder Raj that his maruti car allotment has matured for delivery. In Feb. 1989 he paid Rs. 78,351.05 towards the total cost of the car. In order to confirm the full payment. But at 1st march 1989 there was an increase in excise duty payable, caused a price hike of Rs. 6,710.61. in same showroom sent an letter to Mr. Continue reading