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About Four Anglo-Mysore Wars

The Anglo–Mysore Wars were a series of four wars fought in India over the three decades of the 18th century between the British East India Company and the Kingdom of Mysore. The fourth war ended with a result in the overthrow of the house of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan …

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Classification of Soils in India

According to ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research) soils are divided into 8 categories. they are alluvial soils, Black cotton soils, Red soils, Laterite soils, Mountainous or forest soils, Arid or desert soils, Saline and alkaline soils Peaty and marshy soil…

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Corporate Board Committess

Board committees are set up when the organisation is large and there are complex issues that require systematic discussions or when there are numerous managers are to be held by the board. There are two types of board committees are as follows: Mandatary Committees: A…

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Ethical Dilemma

It is a paradox, problem or an issue that is confronted by an organisation, group or individual while making choice between conflicting claims, neither of which is clearly preferable or acceptable. It is a moral situation where the individual has to choose between two …

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Water Transport in India

The Water transport provides the Cheapest source of transportation to any country. At present, there are about 14,500 km long navigable waterways in India. The length of water ways in India is maximum in Uttar Pradesh followed by West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Assam a…

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Five Sources oof Ethical Standards

The Utility Approach: It deals with analysing the cost and benefits of the decision. The basis of moral activity in the utilitarian approach is based on the result of the act. If the net benefit exceeds the overall cost, then the act is considered morally right. The et…

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Policies of British Empire in India

The administrative policy of the Company underwent frequent changes during the long period between 1757 to 1857. To increase the Company's profit and to be sustainable for long term the British hold over India, they have passed many acts in India during there peri…

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Tools and Techniques in Decision-making

Decision Tree: It is a chart, graph or model that focuses on each event and its outcomes. It also focuses on the likelihood of occurrences of these events. They are used in quantitative decision making. The diagram consists of a tree-shaped figure which shows a course…

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Cardinal Utility Theory

Classical economists like Carl Menger, Jeremy Bentham, Leon Walras and neo-classical economists like Alfred Marshall believe that utility can be measured in quantitative figures just as height and weight. It gives absolute figures of utility. Assumptions of Cardinal U…

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Important Acts in India Before Independence

Some of the Important acts in Indian before Independence August 15th 1947 are The Regulating Act, 1773, The Pitts India act, 1784, The Charter Acts The Government of India Acts and The Indian council Acts. The Regulating Act, 1773 The Regulating Act, 1773 was the …

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Centralisation: Introduction, Advantages and Disadavantages

According to Louis A Allen, "centralisation is the systematic and consistent reservation of authority at central points within the organisation." Power and authority are concentrated at the top levels only. It facilitates in the early stages of organisationa…

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