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  • Business
    Transformational Leadership

    Transformational Leadership

    1.1 Transformational leadership is defined as a leadership approach that causes a change in individuals as well as social systems. In its ideal form, it creates value as well as a positive change in the followers with the end goal of developing followers into leaders (Antonakis, House,2014). Enacted in its authentic form, transformational leadership enhances the motivation, morale as well as the performance of followers…

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  • General
    Stress

    Stress – An Introduction to stress

    1.1 The Concept: Stress that people complain about is a feeling of tension or pressure when they feel that the demands placed on them exceed the resources they have to meet them (Moore, 1995). It is an unpleasant emotional experience associated with elements of fear, dread, anxiety, irritation, annoyance, frustration, anger, sadness, grief and depression (Janis and Levinthal, 1968). The word ‘Stress’ is derived from…

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  • Banking
    Insurance

    Insurance: An Overview

    1.1 Introduction to Insurance Insurance is defined as a cooperative device to spread the loss caused by a particular risk over a number of persons who are exposed to it and who agree to ensure themselves against that risk. Risk is the uncertainty of a financial loss. Insurance is also a social device to accumulate funds to meet the uncertain losses arising through a certain…

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  • Banking
    Capital Market

    Introduction to Capital Markets

    1.1 Introduction to Capital Markets: Capital is certifiably not a characteristic asset; it is produced. It originates from sparing, which is changed into speculation. Sparing is characterized as purchaser products-basically, sustenance, and necessities that are spent on utilized work in delivering capital merchandise. New capital products serve to supplant amortized or out of date capital and add to existing capital. New venture consolidates new developments…

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  • Banking

    Venture Capital – Concepts

    1.1 Introduction: The activity of financing entrepreneurs have actually existed almost as long as entrepreneurs themselves. The two most important and established sources of finance for small firms are the owners themselves (Rosen, 1998) and commercial banks (Meyer, 1998). Funding of business ventures usually poses a dilemma for entrepreneurs because, to begin with, many times entrepreneurs do not have funds to finance ventures from their…

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  • Business
    Relationship between equity share and bonus share

    Relationship between equity share and bonus share

    Relationship between equity share and bonus share The word bonus implies added share rewarded to shareholders in a firm from extra earning. It is open shares of stock offered to current shareholders in a firm, in relation to the figure of shares the shareholder by now have possession of by the occasion of the declaration of the bonus (Amuthan and Ayyappan, 2011). More clearly, bonus…

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  • Business
    Labour Welfare

    Conceptual Framework of Labour Welfare

    1.0 Introduction: Labour welfare is one of the major determinants of industrial relations. The development of community and society depends only on the development of labours. The importance of labour welfare work is beyond the stage of debate and is recognized as an integral part of an industrial tradition in all industrially advanced countries. Labour welfare is a vital part of business organisation and management…

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