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The “Law of Per-Acre Pricing” is very beneficial for those who deal in cheap rural land. Basically, this law states that “the larger a tract of land is, the smaller the per-acre price will be—and thesmaller a tract of land is, Well kept secret...http://cheaprealestateland.info
Management students from Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Mumbai (WeSchool) emerged triumphant in the recently concluded national level competition held at IIMA Confluence 2010, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad’s Annual Business Summit. Ms. Ruchi Ahuja and Ms. Ankita Modi from WeSchool’s PG Batch 2010-2012 bagged the 1st prize in the ‘ Rural Crusaders’ competition held at Kronos, the agri-business zone at IIM A Confluence 2010. The team from the host institute IIM A was the runner-up at the competition. The other participants were two teams from IIM-A and one team each from NITIE Mumbai, MANAGE Hyderabad and NIT, Trichy.
This is the presentation made at Rural Crusaders, Kronos Event by Team Mukti, consisting of Ruchi & Ankita, at IIMA which won the first place. For more details on Welingkar Institute and latest news update please visit www.welingkar.org
Teaching material compiled by Mr.S.Rengasamy to supplement the class room teaching for MSW students specializing in community development in the colleges affiliated to Madurai Kamarai University,Tamilnadu, India
A successful rural advertising campaign done for SBI Bank to connect with its potential customers and change certain myths about the bank
Government used Vritti i-Media award winning audio advertising medium in rural Maharashtra to educate the masses about importance of sanitation
Renown Advertising Private Limited is a specialised Brand Promotion agency based in eastern India which aims to create an implementing network across India, so as to offer the end customers a high value, integrated and affordable unified media solutions through in-sourcing of work in all states.
The young researchers in rural India are still far from Internet. They have limited number of computers. In absence of Internet they are not in touch with modern research and new developments. When I visit to such areas for Ethnobotanical surveys they complain about it. They want to read my articles, see pictures and watch videos. It is not possible to provide print outs to them as there are millions of pages on Internet. Facing these difficulties I decided to provide the contributions in form of E-book in CDs and DVDs. This approach is much liked by young researchers. I simply copy and paste the contributions and present it to them. Whenever they get chance to use internet through the E-books they directly reach to original websites.
Recently I contributed thousands of pictures and videos to Flickr. Through E-books like this one I am presenting it to the young researchers in rural India. The E-books are just for demonstration. If you are reading it through wepapers.com then I would suggest you to visit to original contributions through direct links.