TYBAF Sem V Toppers 2014-15 : Their Journey, Success Tips & Strategies

Nothing reads more encouragingly than the true success story of visionary BAF students who have cleared TYBAF Sem 5 exams this year with amazing grades. The journey has not been easy for a BAF student who has to manage his/her academics and also enjoy his/her college life. At BAF.co.in, we salute these outstanding students and we are confident they will inspire the […]

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Interview with Harsh Obhan, TYBAF Sem 5 Topper 2014-15, Guru Nanak Khalsa College

Harsh Harish Obhan Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Matunga BAF {Bachelors In Accounting & Finance} GPA= 7 in sem 5 ? 83.83% in sem 5 Admission cut off when i was in FY 75%     1) Tell us about yourself? I am Harsh Harish Obhan, pursuing my graduation in BAF, currently in the third year. […]

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The Complete List of BAF (Accounting and Finance) Colleges In Mumbai

The Complete List of BAF (Accounting and Finance) Colleges In Mumbai   College Names R. College of Commerce and Economics, Churchgate Mithibai College, Vile Parle Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics, Vile Parle M.M.K College of Commerce & Economics, Bandra Mulund College of Commerce, Mulund Jai Hind College, Churchgate SIES College of Commerce & Economics, Sion East […]

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Interview with Harshita Haresh Maru, TYBAF Sem 5 Topper 2014-15, Hinduja College

Name – Harshita Haresh Maru College Name – K.P.B.Hinduja College Course Name – BAF Rank in FY / SY :  1st rank overall in both semester … gold medal from college both the years GPA / Percentage:  512/600 85.33%  GPA = 7 Tell us about yourself? There was no particular reason to join BAF..was interested […]

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Interview with Nayan Patel, TYBAF 3rd Rankholder 2014-15, Viva College

Name –Nayan Patel College Name – Viva college Course Name – BAF Which year –   TY Rank in Ty : 3rd GPA / Percentage:83.83%   Tell us about yourself, your background, why did you join BAF and what do you plan to do after BAF? Ans- My name is Nayan Patel student of Viva College […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Agricultural Sector

Agricultural Sector: In the agricultural sector, there are four category rise since the needs of all the categories can’t be identical. The mechanization of agriculture, the improved or scientific system of activation, the help of nature, the magnitude of risk, the availability infrastructural facilities influence the level of expectations vis-à-vis the needs and requirements. The […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Initiation Of Segmentation In India

Initiation Of Segmentation In India Station Bank of India was the first Indian Bank to adopt the concept of market segmentation. In 1972, it reorganized itself on the basis of major market segments dividing customers on the basis of activity and carved out 4 major market segments, viz. Commercial and Institutional, Small Industries and Small […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Criteria for Segmentation

Criteria for Segmentation Segmentation in a right fashion makes the ways for profitable marketing. This helps policy planner in formulating and innovating the policies and at the same time also simplifies the task of bank professionals while formulating an innovating the strategic decisions. The following criteria make possible rig segmentation.   An important criterion for […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Industrial Sector

Industrial Sector: The banking organizations subserve the interests of the industrial sector. The large-sized, small-sized co-operative and tiny industries use the services of banks. The expectations of all the categories cant’s be uniform.   The banking organizations are supposed to have an indepth knowledge of the changing needs and requirements of the industrial segment.

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Internal Corporate Governance Controls

Internal Corporate Governance Controls Internal corporate governance controls monitor activities and then take corrective action to accomplish organisational goals. Examples include: Monitoring by the board of directors: The board of directors, with its legal authority to hire, fire and compensate top management, safeguards invested capital. Regular board meetings allow potential problems to be identified, discussed […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Corporate Governance Mechanisms And Controls

Corporate Governance Mechanisms And Controls Corporate governance mechanisms and controls are designed to reduce the inefficiencies that arise from moral hazard and adverse selection. For example, to monitor managers’ behaviour, an independent third party (the auditor) attests the accuracy of information provided by management to investors. An ideal control system should regulate both motivation and […]

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