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Authors : Anjali Sane
Publication date : 2014
Journal : Journal of Commerce and Management Thought
Volume : 5
Issue : 3
Pages : 475-487
Publisher : SSK Busilink
Description :
Financial System Plays An Important Role In The Growth And Development Of A Nation. The Growing Complexity Of Financial Products Over The Past Decade, Coupled With Financial Innovations, Has Put Enormous Pressure And Responsibilities On Shoulders Of Financial Investors. Financial Services Are Becoming Freely Accessible, But, Increasingly Complex Financial Services Market Offers The Consumers Myriad Of Products With Intricate Features And Services, Which Leave Many People Ill Equipped To Cope Up With The Sophisticated Financial Needs. The Economies Around The World Have Increasingly Considered Financial Literacy As A Key Pillar For The Development Of Financial System Of A Country. As Financial Markets Become More Sophisticated And Households Assume A Growing Share Of The Responsibility And Risk For Financial Decisions, Financial Education Is Necessary To Ensure …
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Authors : Anjali Sane
Publication date : 2015
Journal : Journal of Commerce and Management Thought
Volume : 6
Issue : 4
Pages : 613-623
Publisher : SSK Busilink
Description :
The defining feature of trade in the last two decades or so has been the growth of south-south trade which has exceeded growth of world trade and trade between developed and developing countries. Among other country groupings the emergence of the BRICS bloc in recent years has certainly been a new development which merits some study. What is clear is that in the one and half decades there has been a phenomenal growth in intra BRICS trade. The analysis indicates that, with the exception of China and Brazil, the pattern of FDI from BRICS countries has not been conducive to promoting intra bloc trade. Barring China and Brazil, FDI outflows have largely been promoting regional trade. For India, in fact, FDI is still oriented towards the developed countries.
Authors : DM Mithani, GK Murty
Publication date : 2015
Publisher : Himalaya Publishing House
Description :
Objectives
1. To study the behavior of working of the economy as a whole. 2. To develop an analytical framework to understand the interlinkages among the crucial macroeconomic variables.
Authors : Sane Anjali
Publication date : 2019
Conference :
Industry 4.0- Engaging with Disruptions at Dr. D.Y. Patil Global Business School, Pune
Authors : Sane Anjali Chitnis R.M.
Publication date : 2018
Conference :
National Teachers’ Congress
Authors : Sane Anjali
Publication date : 2016
Conference :
International Conference on “Make in India” at MITSOM College, Pune
Authors : Sane Anjali
Publication date : 2015
Conference
21st Maharashtra State Commerce Association National Conference on Commerce and Management
Authors : Sane Anjali
Publication date : 2015
Conference :
State Level Seminar on “Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Economy”
Authors : Sane Anjali
Publication date : 2013
Journal
International Research Journal of Commerce, Business and Social Sciences
Authors : Sane Anjali Chitnis R.M.
Publication date : 2012
Conference :
Sinhagad Institute of Management Conference
Volume : 1
Issue : 9788191011814
Authors : RM Chitnis, Mrs Anjali Sane
Description :
“India is a young nation”. The youth population of India is increasing and today is the highest in the entire world. It is a fact that the growth of the economy is in the hands of the young. On one hand, India’s education system is cited as one of the main contributors to the economic rise of India while on the other, it is a fact that Indian Universities do not feature in the top 100 universities of the world. Presently about 12.4 percent of students go for higher education from the country. If India were to increase that figure of 12.4% to 30%, then it would need another 800 to one thousand universities and over 40,000 colleges in the next 10 years. This paper presents the present scenario of higher education in the Indian economy and discusses the challenges faced by the sector in view of the recent developments in the form of proposed entry of foreign universities, increase in the number of private and deemed universities. The paper also proposes suggestions to improve the system and steps to be taken to face the challenges ahead.
RM Chitnis, MA Sane
Authors : Ravikumar Chitnis Principal, Anjali Sane
Description :
The present decade is characterised by intense competition in the business world. Companies across the world are attempting to grapple with the changing business environment, especially within emerging economies in third world countries.

Consultancy

Tata Management Training Centre, Pune - “Understanding the Economy and Business Environment” – 5 sessions from March 2011 to June 2011 for employees of Tata Tele Services Ltd.

Tata Management Training Centre, Pune - “Understanding the Economy and Business Environment” – 5th September 2011 for HR employees of various Corporates.

MAEER’s Arts, Commerce and Science College – “Depreciation of Indian Rupee” – 27th September 2013

Tata Management Training Centre, Pune - “Understanding the Economy and Business Environment” – on 9th February 2016 for employees of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicle (International Business) Segment

Publications