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STATUTORY CONTRACTS EMBODIED IN ARTICLES AND MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION OF A COMPANY

The articles and memorandum of associations of a company are the preliminary documents which set out the guidelines for the constitution of a company. There are various rules and procedures indicated in the articles/memorandum which are fundamental in governance of the company by the directors. Apart from being a rule book of the company the provisions of the articles and memorandum levy contractual obligations between the company and its members as well as on the on the members inter se.

SOCIO-LEGAL ASPECTS OF LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIP IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW

The institutions of marriage and the family are important social institutions that provide for the security, support and companionship of members of our society and bear an important role in the rearing of children. The celebration of a marriage gives rise to moral and legal obligations, particularly the reciprocal duty of support placed upon spouses and their joint responsibility for supporting and raising children born of the marriage. These legal obligations perform an important social function. Live-in relationships are not new to our society.

Rendering Of Feminine Consciousness And Desire For Emancipation In The Novels Of Uma Vasudev

This paper endeavours to bring to the fore the hitherto unexplored world of present-day Indian women in the novels of the noteworthy Indian English novelist Uma Vasudev. This writer has chosen for her themes the female sensibility and psyche attempting to break free from the age-old conditioning of the society. Majority of these female protagonists are involved in illicit relationships which they feel are lending a new meaning and sense of purpose and direction to their lives.

Forward and Reverse Genetic Tools for Investigating Gene Function

Genetics and molecular genomic approaches have been changed our perception towards biological processes. Reverse genetics describes the “gene to phenotype”approach, with which functions of a gene of interest can be examined by disrupting the gene expression at physiological level. Forward genetics is a “phenotype to gene” approach with which genes involved in a biological pathway can be identified through the screening of populations that contain random modifications throughout the genome, altering the gene function.

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS OF INDIA

In banking parlance, Corporate Governance refers to conducting the affairs of a banking organisation in a manner that gives a fair deal to all the stakeholders i.e. shareholders, employee’s regulatory authority, bank customers and society at large. The distinctive features of the banking sector demands extensive attention on the quality of governance systems. Looking to the importance of corporate governance, SEBI has mandated corporate governance reporting practices for all the Indian listed companies vide CLAUSE 49.

Accounting Professionals - As a medium to curb imbalanced Environment Accounting

It is the common understanding of natural environment that underlies environmentalism - a broad political, social, and philosophical movement that advocates various actions and policies in the interest of protecting what nature remains in the natural environment, or restoring or expanding the role of nature in this environment.

Effectiveness Of Nifty Stocks And Options Strategy Introduced By National Stock Exchange

With the integration of the financial markets and free mobility of capital, risks also multiplied. With Globalization becoming part and parcel in the 21st century, integration of the world economies is bound to occur which in turn makes every economy more vulnerable to any disturbance that occurs in any part of the world. For instance the recent occurrence of Sub prime crisis which has shook all the stocks markets of the world and also is the cause for slowdown of the global economy. Sub prime has occurred in USA, which consumes 40 per cent of the world consumption.

DEPOSIT MOBILISATION BY CENTRAL CO-OPERATIVE BANKS

The performance of banking business by the cooperative banks in rural and semi-urban areas has been very good. They even perform well in urban and metros where the apex state cooperative banks and district central cooperative banks successfully compete with their counter parts in the banking business market. However, their growth rate in the recent past is not encouraging. A comparison between central cooperative banks and commercial banks reveals that central cooperative banks could achieve a higher growth in deposits and credit because of their proximity to the customers.

A Study On Naturalistic Intelligence Of School Teachers In Tirunelveli District

Education is a powerful tool to empower an individual in all aspects of his/her life. The study investigated on naturalistic intelligence of school teachers. The investigator has employed survey method and adopted random sampling technique to select the sample for the present investigation. The representative sample consisted of 500 school teachers from 30 schools. The data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation, ‘t’ test and correlation.

A Study Of Science Attitude And Academic Achievement In Chemistry Among Standard XIth Students

There have been various research studies assessing various factors that affect science achievement of students. In the present study Researcher tried to find the correlation between the Science Attitude and Academic Achievement in Chemistry for Standard XIth Students. Random sampling technique was used for selecting the sample. The total sample was that of 282 students in which 143 students were selected from Granted School and 139 students were selected from Non- granted school.