Plastics industry of india : its prospects and problems this industry made a humble beginning in 1945 but has registered a fast growth since then the growth accelerated in the 1960s and with the liberalisation of indian economy in 1991, it has shown tremendous growth and diversification and is now. Problems and prospects of micro, small and medium enterprises (msmes) in india in the era of globalization rajib lahiri, assistant professor of commerce derozio memorial college kolkata -700136 west bengal, india service sector enterprises investment in equipments. The main objective of this report examines the present status, problems and prospects of e-banking in bangladesh this study has been done mainly based on primary and secondary sources of data or. Problems and prospects of pension administration in nigerian public sector the pension and gratuity which are normally goes to retired employee have been in practice in the advanced western countries, which gradually came into our under developed countries, since then during colonial regime. Geography module - 10-b notes prospects and problems of tourism geography of tourism in india 148 zexplain tourism playing its role as a service industry for the development of an area zanalyze the impact of growth of tourism on employment and income generation through the promotion of its invisible exports, marketing of.
42 asian review of public administration public sector reengineering: practice, problems and prospects danilo r reyes, college of public administration. Visit for more related articles at journal of internet banking and commerce abstract the objective of this paper is to study the prospects and challenges of technological innovations of banks like atms, credits cards, debit cards, internet banking, mobile-banking, ecs, rtgs and mobile wallet in north east india. Problems and prospects of regional rural banks in india nsabitha devi asstprofessor, dept of business management, rrb’s are usually sponsored by public sector banks thus they keep their rbi has advised the banks to ensure service area bank in rural areas and banks assigned the. The investigation of the problems and prospects in this sector would also bring more insight in the field of present research the contribution of this research is towards the industry’s benefit and also toward the benefit of the society in terms of employment generation opportunity.
Key words: civil servant, ekiti state, problems, prospects and retirement introduction retirement is an age long practice in both the private and public service (osuala, 1985. Challenges and prospects of public administration education and training in africa: the case of ghana sector to deliver critical services continues to erode rapidly, leading to serious capacity deficit its resources for meeting economic crisis have shrunk, as the cost of governance has risen, and because of more complex problems to kim. It has been noted that problems adoption of modern approach known as under the new scheme a federal civil service retiree who contributory pension scheme which stipulate a has put in 30 years of service only receives 14% of the percentage contribution by both the employer and last monthly salary.
Prospects and problems of the new products in the nigerian banking industry in the present day banking in nigeria, a lot of techniques are used by banks to facilitate customers services and customers satisfaction, this had led to introduction of new products in the banking industry. Bradshaw, p, and hayday b, (1998) non-profit governance models: problems and prospects the innovation journal: the public sector used broadly to define a group or cluster of agencies that share some commonality. Given the economic forces at play and the demands from citizens for efficient and honest service from the bureaucracy, one can expect that state sector reform will continue to be a major priority but, at the same time, because the political stakes are so high, one can predict that there will be continued conflict, causing delays and reversals. Problems and prospects of tourism in rajasthan 61 introduction previous chapter dealt with the analysis and interpretation of data collected through questionnaire.
Problems and prospects by dr musa p dlamini administrative reform and the public sector management programme (psmp) in swaziland: problems and prospects musa p dlamini introduction civil service leadership, prospects for the implementation of the psmp are dim. These essays discuss the service sector, an often neglected area of economic study the contributors agree that services are replacing manufacturing as the employment base in more advanced economies their essays provide valuable insight into the causes, problems and prospects of this transition. The public services and administration sector is a smart choice for those who'd like to make a real difference at local and national level discover more about areas of work and graduate employers according to the office for national statistics (ons), more than 54 million people work in the public.
The problems/challenges and prospects of private sector organizations be harnessed and managed to bring about economic growth and a sufficient quality of life to the people providing answers to this question amongst others is the sole objective of this paper, and doing this is more. The aim of the research is to identify the challenges and future prospects of the industry this study will facilitate the decision makers to assess the intensity of the problem and to plan accurate measures for the development of tourism industry in bangladesh which might contribute a big share in the gdp of bangladesh. Microfinance banking in nigeria: problems and prospects acha ikechukwu a department of banking and finance, university of uyo, akwaibom state, nigeria large informal finance sector in nigeria had been blamed on several factors, some of which are population concentration microfinance is the provision of financial services to the poor. As a consequence of the adoption of the new economic policy(nep) of 1991, the growth rate of the indian economy which stood at 35 per cent per annum during 1951-79, 50 percent per annum during 1980-91, in fact accelerated to 61 per cent per annum during 1992-2000.