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Human Rights in India

The constitution of India has rich content on human rights. The preamble, the Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy, reflect the principles and provisions of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights(1948) . The four ideas of the preamble are aime…

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Important Acts in India Before Independence

Some crucial acts in India before Independence on 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 first…

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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 be sustainable for the long term, the British held over India; they have passed many acts in India during their pe…

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Early Medieval India

Gurjara Pratiharas, Palas & Rashtrakutas The Gujara Pratiharas: GurjaraPratihara dynasty was founded by Nagabhatta-I . Al-Masudi, an Arab travellor calls the Gurjara Pratihara kingdom, Al-Juzr and the king, Baura . The Pratiharas were revived under Vatsaraja's…

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Neo-classical Theory

Scientific theory analyzed activities of workers whereas administrative and bureaucratic theory focused on the activities of managers. Both theories forget the importance of individual as well as group relationships in an organization. The neo-classical theory tries to…

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Letter of Credit: Details Included, Different Kinds and Documents Required

Details included in the Letters of Credit: The documentary credit gives the following particulars, though the form and order vary among banks:  Name of the issuing bank and type of credit with number and date. One whose behalf the credit is issued (the applicant/buyer)…

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The Gupta Empire

The Guptas (319/20 AD - 550 AD) Srigupta was the founder of the Gupta dynasty. I-tsing who visited India during 671 to 695 Ad refers to Srigupta as the builder of a temple for Chinese pilgrims (Chini Mandhir) at Gaya (Shikhavana). Srigupta's son Ghatotkacha succeed…

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Fundamental Duties in India

Fundamental duties are based on the Japanese model. Ten duties were included in the Indian Constitution by 42nd Amendment Act, 1976 and the Eleventh duty was added by 86 th Amendment Act, 2002. Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties are co-relative. 11 Fundamental …

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Important Abbreviations Associated with Computer

This article will show some of the essential abbreviations associated with computers; there is a considerable chance many entrance examinations ask questions about computer knowledge. Go through the below abbreviations list to gain knowledge about computer-related term…

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Framing of Constitution of India

The Constituent Assembly was set up in November 1946 as per the Cabinet Mission Plan of 1946. The members were elected indirectly by the Provisional Assemblies in the ratio of one member per million population. There were 389 members in the Constituent Assembly, of whi…

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Performance Appraisal

Performance appraisal is the method of evaluating the behavior of employees in the workplace, evaluating the quantitative and qualitative aspects of job performance in terms of output. According to Dale Yoder , "Performance appraisal includes all formal procedures…

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Ministry of Science and Technology

Department of Science and Technology (DST), Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) and Department of Biotechnology (DBT) are the departments that work under the Ministry of Scientific & Technology. Department of Science and Technology (DST): DST is…

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The Great Plains of India

The great Plain of India is also called the Indus-Ganga-Brahmaputra plain. It extends for a distance of about 3200 km and its width varies from 150 km to 300 km. The plain was formed due to the filling of marine depressions by detrital materials brought by water. Plain…

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Fundamental Rights

Part-III of the Constitution from Article 12 to 32 contains Fundamental Rights. Part-III of the Constitution is called the cornerstone of the Constitution and together with part-IV (Directive Principles of State Policy)constitutes the conscience of the Constitution. Th…

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Integrated Marketing Communication

As the name signifies,  Integrated Marketing Communication involves integrating all the methods of brand promotion to promote a particular product or service among its target market. It is helpful in creating brand awareness among the customers at a minimal cost and r…

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Staffing Policy

Staffing policy is concerned with the selection of employees for particular jobs. The challenge is whether for particular jobs. the challenge is whether to fill the vacant positions with home (local) individuals or expatriate(imported) labor. Management can select any …

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Acquisition of Indian Citizenship

Indian citizenship can be acquired by birth, descent, registration and naturalization. The conditions and procedure for the acquisition of Indian citizenship as per the provision of the Citizenship Act, 1955 are given below: 1. Birth (Section 3) A person born in India …

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Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

The idea of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) was firstly publicly broached by former Prime Minister of Australia, Mr. Bob Hawke, during a speech in Seoul, Korea, in January 1989. Later that year, 12 Asia-Pacific economies met in Canberra, Australia, to establi…

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