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Trends in Private Equity and Venture Capital Investments with Special Focus on the Booming India Growth Story
Ritankar Sahu,Ananya Nath,Priyadarshi Banerjee
Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology , 2009,
Abstract: Private Equity investments have restructured the trend of acquisitions and aided in value creation as against strategic buyers. Private equity’s growing involvement in many sectors is even more striking. The nature of investments of private equity firms and funds, the strategies employed, value creating practices, profitable exits are significantly different from that of other strategic and corporate buyers. The paper deals with the above aspects. The paper is divided into two parts. Part I deals with the basics of private equity investment structures and exits. Part II of the paper deals with the private equity growth story in India. Private equity investments, proposed changes to regulations, sectoral growth, venture capital regulations as well as impact of the latest Union budget and the credit crunch have been dealt with.
Gender Differences in Technology Usage—A Literature Review  [PDF]
Ananya Goswami, Sraboni Dutta
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2016.41006
Abstract: The usage of Information Technology has expanded dramatically in today’s homes, business organizations and Government departments Technology has become an inevitable part of human life. Researchers have come up with various models and theories to investigate factors that influence the extent to which humans use computers and its applications. Unified Theory of Adoption and Use of Technology (UTAUT) is the latest model which has been conceived to understand the nature of technology usage and has been applied in various domains like education, banking, health care etc. Gender has been attributed as a significant variable in explaining the technology acceptance behaviour of humans. The objective of this study is to review the existing literature on the technology usage and intention to use technology from the gender perspective. It has been observed from the review that in few contexts, gender plays a significant role in determining the intention of accepting new technology and there are cases where gender differences cannot be discerned.
Heritage and Creative Enterprise
Ananya Bhattacharya
International Journal of Intangible Heritage , 2011,
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A survey on postgraduate pharmacology education in India
Chakraborty Ananya
Indian Journal of Pharmacology , 2010,
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RELATING IRRIGATION INTENSITY TO CROP DIVERSIFICATION: A SPATIO- TEMPORAL STUDY IN MURSHIBADAB DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL (1996-97 TO 2006-07)
ANANYA CHAKRABORTY
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Agricultural development of a region depends on irrigation intensity and on crop diversification too. While Irrigation Intensity is percent of irrigated land to gross cultivated land, Crop Diversification is the multiple cropping system i.e. addition of more crops to the existing cropping system along with use of crop specie, etc. In the present paper by taking Murshidabad district, of West Bengal as study area, variations of crop diversification in response to fast changing physical and socio-cultural conditions are studied for 1996-1997 and 2006-2007 employing Jasbir Singh (1976) index of crop diversification which further aids to know the cropping pattern, crop concentration, crop variation etc. in situ. Employing Ram's technique (1979) irrigation intensity regions are delineated. To relate the two foresaid, scatter diagram has been used and plotted. The study revealed the fact that with the increase in irrigation intensity a tendency towards diversification is glimpsed in the study area.
Web Operating Systems  [PDF]
Ananya Tripathi
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1100451
Abstract: One of the upcoming topics that have rapidly gained popularity these days in the area of operating system is a Web or Online Operating System. The implementation of this technology is based on the Internet and distributed computing. The objective of this technology is to deliver the full benefit of the World Wide Web. Online Operating Systems include mechanisms for persistent storage, remote process execution, client management, authentication and security. This paper presents an overview of a typical Online OS. It describes its services provided, the underlying technologies exploited, advantages of using it and some of its practical applications. Additionally, the paper discusses some of the issues and concerns surrounding the implementation and design of an Online OS.
Modernidade medieval: cidadania e urbanismo na era global
Alsayyad, Nezar;Roy, Ananya;
Novos Estudos - CEBRAP , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-33002009000300005
Abstract: this paper examines forms of citizenship associated with contemporary urbanism. focusing on three paradigmatic spaces: the gated enclave, the regulated squatter settlement and the camp, the authors argue that the landscape of urban citizenship is increasingly fragmented and divided. these geographies are constituted through multiple and competing sovereignties which, when territorially exercised, produce fiefdoms of regulation or zones of "no law". in order to understand these practices, the authors employ the conceptual framework of the "medieval city". this use of history as theory sheds light on particular types of urban citizenship, such as the "free town" or the "ethnic quarter", that were present at different moments of medievalism and that are congruent with current processes.
Community-based monitoring: Key to success of national health programs
Garg Suneela,Laskar Ananya
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2010,
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Salsa/Bhangra: Transnational Rhythm Cultures in Comparative Perspective
Ananya Jahanara Kabir
Music and Arts in Action , 2011,
Abstract: The dance-music complexes known as “Salsa” and “Bhangra” have not been subjected to any comparative academic scrutiny, despite clear parallels in their respective histories as cultural processes born out of multiple ruptures and conjunctions, including European colonialism, migrations during the postcolonial period, and transnational cultural and commodity flows. While Salsa has resulted from the movement of people, music and rhythmic cultures across Africa, the Caribbean and the United States, Bhangra evinces their movement across the partitioned space of the Punjab, the United Kingdom, and the post-Partition nations of India and Pakistan. Both Salsa and Bhangra have, moreover, moved beyond original regional ambits to become cultural signifiers (albeit often contested as much as claimed) of wider Latino/a and Desi (pan-South Asian) identities respectively. Undoubtedly, it is the academic and cultural embedding of Salsa within a Hispanophone postcolonial paradigm, and of Bhangra within its Anglophone counterpart, that has prevented serious comparative work between these two musical expressive cultures which are equally but differently exemplary of the complex relationship between music and migration. Yet across the world, from Delhi to San Francisco, the two dance-music complexes increasingly meet each other in the same space, particularly that of the dance floor. Drawing on such evidence as well as on personal experience of dancing both the Salsa and the Bhangra, I will advance in this article a theoretical framework for their comparison as transnational musics, suggesting ways in which such a framework can illuminate the circuits of pleasure and politics that traverse each of these dance musics as embodied histories of a traumatic yet life-affirming postcolonial modernity.
Delineation of Techniques to implement on the enhanced proposed model using data mining for protein sequence classification
Ananya Bose,Suprativ Saha
Computer Science , 2014, DOI: 10.5121/ijdms.2014.6105
Abstract: In post genomic era with the advent of new technologies a huge amount of complex molecular data are generated with high throughput. The management of this biological data is definitely a challenging task due to complexity and heterogeneity of data for discovering new knowledge. Issues like managing noisy and incomplete data are needed to be dealt with. Use of data mining in biological domain has made its inventory success. Discovering new knowledge from the biological data is a major challenge in data mining technique. The novelty of the proposed model is its combined use of intelligent techniques to classify the protein sequence faster and efficiently. Use of FFT, fuzzy classifier, String weighted algorithm, gram encoding method, neural network model and rough set classifier in a single model and in an appropriate place can enhance the quality of the classification system.Thus the primary challenge is to identify and classify the large protein sequences in a very fast and easy but intellectual way to decrease the time complexity and space complexity.
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