Size, type and quality of the paper producing units are very diverse. The average size of a paper mill in India was 10, tonnes per year tpa , compared with 85, tpa in Asia and about , tpa in Europe and North America. Large mills are defined as mills with an installed capacity exceeding 20, tpa. Medium size mills have a capacity between 10, tpa and 20, tpa while small mills are defined as mills with a capacity of less than 10, tpa.
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This study attempts to fill this gap in the literature by studying primary-aged children aged between 6 and 14 in India. Other than access to water, a variety of confounding factors such as sex, age, measure of family income status and composition of food consumption are included as independent variables. Transferring these estimates into population size, access to water can potentially decrease the number of thin and super thin primary-aged children by 1 , and it can possibly increase the number of normally weighted primary-aged children by 3 Conclusions These empirical findings show that improving access to drinking water is critical to advance the nutritional status of children in India.
Two 1-h interviews were conducted between November and October in each household, and the interviews covered a variety of topics, including those related to health, education, employment, socioeconomic status, marriage and fertility.
Children aged between 8 and 11 were asked to take brief reading, writing and arithmetic tests, and the results are recorded in the survey. We focus on children who are between ages 6 and 14 since adequate access to drinking water among primary-aged children has many health benefits. For example, adequate hydration improves cognitive function among children and adolescents. After deleting those observations with missing information, the sample comprises 11 observations A z-score is the standard deviation from the median of the reference population.
Industrial Sickness in Indian Manufacturing UB
This is a novelty in the descriptive analysis of industrial sickness, and the degree of detail provided here constitutes a clear improvement over earlier work. Third, and most importantly, we are able to depict the relative incidence of industrial sickness within industries, states, etc. In contrast, most other studies give mere numbers of sick firms or calculate average performance ratios, but do not furnish their argument with benchmarks from sound firms within the same industry, state, etc. In this study, the relevant population is a set of firms, both sick and sound, and not just a set of sick firms. We find decreasing failure rates in the early days of reforms, but erratic rises in industrial sickness from the mid 90s onwards. This finding raises two questions: i have the reforms ultimately failed to foster productive efficiency?
India's Pulp and Paper Industry: Productivity and
The product can be anything from a pin to a plane. By and large, the competition is tough. In order to survive and sustain- there is a need of continuous strategy adoption and implementation. The study explores the role of marketing in entrepreneurship and the relationship between the two.
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Within the group of energy intensive industries, the share of fuels consumed per unit of output VO is about average with However, compared to the average manufacturing fuel consumption per unit of output the paper sector consumes twice the amount of fuels per unit of output VO. Figure 2. Pulp and paper production was least energy intensive in the early years.