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|1||The Study of Inflation and Stock Market Returns in JapanAbstract – This study examines the impact of inflation on stock returns for the period of 10 years. Nikkei stock 300 index month closing value has been used in the study to represent the monthly stock market returns and the Consumer price index as a measure of inflation. The study examines the monthly data of Nikkei stock 300 index from January 2005 to November 2014. The study tries to analyze the relationship between the dependent and independent variables using the simple regression model. We have taken CPI monthly values as independent variable and stock index value as dependent variable and used one lag percentage differentials value by converting both the time series to analyze the nature of stationary. These tests examine both long-run and short-run dynamic relationships between the stock market index and the inflation. This paper established that there is positive but not significant relationship between stock market returns and inflation in Japan.||Chetan Yadav et al.|
|2||Venture Capital in India Today: An Ideal Overture for a Novel CapitalistAbstract – Invariably any project or product that is technically convincing, globally competitive with a promising future needs sumptuous funds to take off the ground. These funds get deployed as equity capital and debt through debentures. Often such funds flow from venture capitalists who draw these investments from a pool of money raised from public and private stakeholders. The mechanism of Venture Capital funding varies across different stages of growth of a project and helps the enterprise in the long-run. The magnificent growth of South East Asian economies especially Hongkong, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia along with India has been due to the large pool of Venture Capital funds from domestic / offshore arenas during the past two decades. Venture capital is an investment in the form of shares or a later stock option in potentially high-risk businesses. The beneficiary companies are usually small or medium-sized firms, requiring seed or early-stage funding for innovation and development of technology or products with high growth potential. High annual returns ranging from 25-75% are expected on such investments. The paper attempts to throw few insights on the positive side of the coin to venture out an investment in this era of growth and prosperity.||Rajesh Kumar Nigah|
|3||Rural Development in India: Some IssuesAbstract – Development has become an essential objective for economic development Rural of any country. In India, 75 per cent population live in rural area and a majority of the population lives under the problems of poverty, unemployment and low standard of living. Therefore, rural development has been the main concern of our country. Before India came under the British Rule, Indian villages were having self-sufficient economy, but with the starting of the British Rule, this rural self-sufficiency and expertise were broken. Rabindra Nath Tagore was the pioneer of rural development of India starting activities at Shantiniketan. To increase welfare in rural areas several rural development programmes were undertaken from time to time after independence. They are known as employment programmes, area development programmes, minimum needs programmes and programmers of land reforms. But, these programmes had limited achievements. In future, rural development programmes must continue with greater thrust, technical skills should be provided to the rural youth, monitoring of these programmes must be sound, irrigation facilities should be increased, cent percent electrification should be generated, rural- urban connectivity should be established and successful completion of Sardar Sarovar Project should be done speedily. By such steps, feel good Factor will be seen in every corner of India.||Dr. Manish R. Patel|
|4||Money Market and Secondary MarketAbstract – Financial instruments with high liquidity and very short maturities are traded. Used by participants as a means for borrowing and lending in the short term, from several days to just under a year. Due to highly liquid nature of securities and their short term maturities, money market is treated as a safe place. Hence, money market is a market where short term obligations such as treasury bills and banker’s acceptances are bought and sold. A market in which individuals and institutions trade financial securities. Markets that trade equity (stocks) and debt (bonds) instruments with maturities of more than one year (long term maturity). Organizations/institutions in the public and private sectors also often sell securities on the capital markets in order to raise funds. Here the author wants to communicate the functions and basic features of money as well as secondary market.||Darshna R. Prajapati|
|5||Impact of Participatory Irrigation ManagementAbstract – Ver canal has been constructed from Godadha and Amli dam, which are 6 km away. The pickup weir for these dams is from Ver River, a sub tributary of Tapi River. It is located in Mandvi block of Surat District in South Gujarat. The Catchment area of Dam is about 90 sq km, Submergence area of 581 hectare and the Full Reservoir level to 115.80 mts.
The construction of this canal completed in 1959 was planned to cover cultivatable command area of 3558 hectares of land with Gross Command area covering to 7249 hectares. The length of main canal is 7.70 kms and discharge is 4.36 cum/sec. The canal has 3 branches with 20 minors and 12 sub-minors.
This project was planned to benefit 5000 farmers from 28 villages with 13 villages in its left bank and 15 to its right bank. 90 % of the beneficiaries of this project are tribal farmers. The beneficiaries belong to Chaudhari, Vasava, Rajput and Parsi communities. The average land holding of the farmers is 1-1.5 hectares.
|Hasmukh D. Patel|
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