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Browsing Goa Business School by Author "Mendes, S."

Browsing Goa Business School by Author "Mendes, S."

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  • Ramesh, B.; Mendes, S. (CSR and Sustainable Development: A Multinational Perspective, Ed. by: Saurabh Mittal and Anu Gupta. Proc. Int. Conf. Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development Dubai (UAE), 4-5 May 2015. Society for Education and Research Development, India. 2015; 91-99.)
    The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) had issued Corporate Social Responsibility policy rules 2014, on 27th February, 2014 to comply with the requirements of section 135 of the Companies Act 2013, which are mandatory in ...
  • Ramesh, B.; Mendes, S. (Scholars World. 3(Spl Issue); 2015; 82-89.)
    The banking Sector is considered to be the life line of any Economy. The entire economy of the country adversely depends on the performance of this sector, who have been contributing through various welfare initiatives, ...
  • Ramesh, B.; Mendes, S. (Australian Journal of Business and Economic Studies. 1(2); 2015; 93-101. Also in: Proc. Int. Seminar. Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: Emerging Issues and Challenges, 8-9 Mar 2014. Indo Global Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture. 2014; 56-60.)
    Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become one of the most talked about subject today with the inclusion of mandatory CSR in the New Companies Act 2013, which has been enforced from 1st April 2014 in India. All ...
  • Ramesh, B.; Mendes, S. (Proc. Nat. Seminar on Innovative Management Practices for Sustainable Development & Global Competitiveness (Impetus'15). School of Management, Pondicherry University. 8-9th Oct 2015 (Bonfring publication); 2015; 14pp.)
    After the enactment under the New Companies Act 2013 passed in the parliament which has been enforced from 1st April 2014, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become obligatory for a certain class of companies in ...
  • Ramesh, B.; Mendes, S. (Sustainable Development and Business Strategies, Ed. By: Sucheta Naik. APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi. 2015; 132-146.)
    India is among the top six global pharmaceutical producers in the world. Indian vaccines are exported to 150 countries. India produces 40-70 percent of the WHO demand for DPT and BCG and 90 percent of measles vaccine. This ...
  • Ramesh, B.; Mendes, S. (Nat. Conf. Challenges and Opportunities in E-Commerce in India. SPMTM Arts and Commerce College, Chikhli. 12 Feb 2015. 2015; 10-12.)

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