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Innovation in granite industry: Chitoor, Andhra Pradesh – K. Sudarsan

Abstract Business innovation is possible through waste management. The main objective of waste management system is to maximise economic benefits and, at the same time, to protect environment. Granite processing industry generates a large quantities of wastes mainly in the form of stone powder during sawing and polishing processes, which …

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SKILL DEVELOPMENT through design innovation in Chikankari crafts

    India is known for its traditions and culture. But due to forces of competitive market and globalization and also deteriorating socio- economic conditions of the artisans, these skills are not being pursued by the young generation. In this context it becomes of utmost importance to august these traditions …

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A Solution for Educated Unskilled Work-force in India

Author- Ananya Mitra, Shradhanjali Panda Abstract The purpose of the paper is to analyse the need of corporate sector to spend on Business Incubators in ‘Knowledge India’ under mandatory 2 per cent CSR spending. This study points out the scarcity of updated training institutions to harness the skills of educated youth, …

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Global Economy

Author-  Girija Nandini Abstract Innovation is simply “a new way of doing something”. As a discipline, innovation is capable of being learned, as well as practised. Innovation consists of the purposeful and organised search for changes and in the systematic analysis of the opportunities such changes might offer for economic …

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Fostering Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Inclusiveness: Start-up and Stand-up

Authors- Dama Nagayya, Balla Appa Rao The article focuses on new directions and strategies of entrepreneurship, innovation and inclusiveness through two programmes launched by the Union governement in January 2016, for which the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) is the nodal agency. They are Startup India and Stand-up …

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Small Enterprises Development, Management & Extension Journal (Sedme)

SEDME Journal breathed its first in 1974, when the academic community of the institute felt the need for a forum through which they could express and exchange their thoughts and opinions on small enterprise related policies, programmes, etc. Since then, it has evolved into a healthy journal of acknowledged quality …

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Now you can start a business in India in 6 days.

Currently, it will take a total of 26 days after going through all the bureaucratic procedures. And if you happen to be in Mumbai, the number goes up to 14 as you have to register for Profession Tax and receive inspection and obtain Shops and Establishment registration certificate. By March-end …

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Embroidery of India

Embroidery in India includes dozens of regional embroidery styles that vary by region on the varied Indian clothing Styles. Designs in Indian embroidery are formed on the basis of the texture and the design of the fabric and the stitch. The dot and the alternate dot, the circle, the square, …

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Stock transfers in GST and how this impacts SMEs.

Our nation is on the brink of GST, a single unified indirect tax system. This is the largest taxation reform in the indirect taxation regime and it subsumes a host of indirect taxes. GST introduces the concept of seamless flow of input tax credit across the supply chain (from manufacture …

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Paying taxes: Why SMEs should comply with income tax provisions.

India’s taxation structure provides for two types of taxes: Direct and Indirect taxes. Income Tax and Wealth Tax are Direct Taxes whereas Sales Tax, Service Tax and Excise Duties are Indirect Taxes. In Budget 2015, Wealth Tax has been abolished and at present Income Tax is the only Direct Tax …

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