Manoj Bhambu

Manoj Bhambu
Government College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector 50 Chandigarh · Commerce

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Manoj Bhambu currently works as Associate Professor in Commerce at Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 50 Chandigarh. His most recent publication is 'Future of Wind Energy in India'.
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Demand for energy is bound to increase with the increased economic development in the country. Indian economy is reviving after sluggish growth in the last three years and expected to grow at faster pace in the times to come. It will further push the demand of electricity in almost all the sectors i.e. household, agriculture, commercial, institutio...
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India has become the third largest economy of the world on the basis of purchasing power parity and expected to continue its rapid stride in urbanization and economic development during the next 3-4 decades. India is to be expected to be the most populated country as well as the largest economy in the world by 2050. The total demand for energy is g...
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to a company's assumption of social responsibility above and beyond what is required by law. CSR is a byword for the practice of sustainable corporate governance in a company's core business. This practice is embedded in its business strategy. CSR is voluntary but not arbitrary. The new companies act has...
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India is already one of the largest economies of the world and expected to continue its rapid stride in urbanization and economic development during the next 3-4 decades. By 2050, India is to be expected to be the most populated country in the world and with the increasing energy need per capita total demand for energy is going to increase substant...
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India has the second largest population in the world and with its birth rate being greater than that of China; the country's population will cross China's by 2028. This could be a problem if the population remains unskilled but at the same times it gives us an opportunity to reap the demographic dividend by instilling right kind of skills to this h...

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