Jyotsna Bhatnagar

Articles By Jyotsna Bhatnagar

34 Articles

This start-up offers a low-cost virtual chief marketing officer

The firm offers a low-cost virtual CMO and plug-and-play marketing support and implementation services to startups and SMEs

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Gujarat’s betting big on this project — Know about India’s largest greenfield city

Touted as India’s largest greenfield city, DSIR has seen work get underway in 22.5-sq-km Activation Area.

Infrastructure News

Essar Steel: ArcelorMittal gets NCLT approval for revival plan

Essar promoters Ruias likely to appeal the ruling in the appellate tribunal or the Supreme Court.

Industry News

How Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University is emegrging as a role-model in the private university space

PDPU has big names in the corporate space queued up for collaborations.

Education News

ESSAR Steel revival: NCLT rejects promoter Ruias’ settlement bid

Tribunal says Section 12A of IBC allows withdrawal of resolution application by those who initiated the process.

Industry News

Dairy sector: Indian economy’s milch cow

Milk is the largest crop in India in terms of value—at `6.5 lakh crore, it’s more than the total value of paddy and wheat put together

Dairy sector: Indian economy’s milch cow

From Rs 700 cr in FY06 to Rs 35.2k cr in FY16 – Gujarat’s growing popularity in IT is evident from rising investments

Gujarat’s growing popularity in IT is evident from rising investments—from Rs 700 cr in FY06 to Rs 35,200 cr in FY16.

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To succeed, firms need to understand individual states’ business environments, says corporate partner of J Sagar Associates

Mergers and acquisitions and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code have only reiterated the crucial role which is played by law firms.

Markets News

Putting research back into education

In social sciences, SNU is researching on myriad issues like the paradox of declining education, the evolution of social networks and inside India’s mandis.

Shiv Nadar University, SNU, SNU research wing, Dell SNU agreement News

Gujarat: Helping rural India sleep better

Gujarat PSU GNFC is developing affordable PU mattresses for the masses.

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How Asian Granito India has emerged as one of the largest ceramic players of India

Patel recalls how proximity to Rajasthan helped source the main raw material, namely China clay, and soon the wholly manual unit got set up with ‘paternal financing’ of Rs 7 lakh each by the fathers of both partners and a

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How Pune-based Flame University is emerging as torchbearer of excellence

The array of options for students is evident from the fact that, at Flame, there are over 250 unique major-minor combinations to choose from.

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Ahmedabad University VC Pankaj Chandra on who is not enabling universities to achieve their best

What ails the higher education sector in India? Reams have been written by scholars on this vexed issue, and now a hard-hitting work on the contentious topic is creating ripples in academic circles.

Education News

Belgian SME I-Movix giving Sony India sleepless nights; here is why

When King Phillippe of Belgium visits India next month, Laurent Renard will be one of the CEOs accompanying him as part of the 86-member business contingent, representing big and small businesses from diverse sectors.

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Ahead of King Philippe India visit, Belgium pulls out all stops to redefine bilateral ties

Belgian government is pulling out all the stops to ensure redefining of bilateral ties between India and the Kingdom of Belgium in post-Brexit Europe.

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Tata Power, Adani Power crisis-Mundra units on offer at Re 1: GUVNL says ready to take 100 pct stake

GUVNL has expressed its willingness to take ownership of the troubled plants of Tata Power and Adani Power in the state but only if 100% stakes are transferred to it for a nominal Rs 1, instead of the 51% each offered by the

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Bitter neem harvest turned into sweetest pill for fertilizer sector; here’s how

Decades after Operation Flood in Gujarat gifted the country a nationwide milk grid, the state is today milking the bittersweet harvest of the ubiquitous neem tree to script another rural revolution.

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Post GST, Customs duty on gold should go or be reduced substantially: Arvind Sahay

Arvind Sahay — professor of marketing and international business at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad puts forth his thoughts on the way the potentially volatile issue can be handled.

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How a private university is trying to carve niche in today’s competitive academic arena

The abundant corpus (Rs 600 crore) is providing Ahmedabad University the liberty to experiment with streams and courses without being worried about churning out market-driven programmes that can rake in the moolah.

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How India’s oldest ice-cream players, Vadilal warded off threat from MNC’s

Face-offs with rivals are nothing new for the battle-scarred hexagenarian Gandhi, for whom running the family’s ice-cream business, founded by his great grandfather way back in 1907, has always been a fight for survival.

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The future of air-coolers and how Achal Bakeri brought a turnaround for the company Symphony

With temperatures soaring to record highs as early as March and April, the summer of 2017 promises to be a scorcher.

Industry News

Is there a science behind start-ups? Find out

In keeping with the changing times, EDII has taken steps to ensure that it not only retains its relevance as the only institute of its kind in the country, but also morphs into a trailblazer for several new initiatives that w

Jobs and Education News

Coca-Cola, Pepsi boycotted in Tamil Nadu, rival Manpasand Beverages’ MD D H Singh makes waves in drinks space

When trade associations in Tamil Nadu called for a ban on cola giants Pepsi and Coca-Cola in the wake of Jallikattu protests and a resurgence of swadeshi sentiments in January last, it was a nimble-footed David which moved in

Opinion News

Smart cities in India: GIFT City raises the bar for infrastructure creation

The International Financial Services Centre near Ahmedabad raises the bar for infra creation

Industry News

Ahmedabad Metro could be up and running by 2019-end, find out how

After years of delay and a near-derailment on account of a scam involving alleged financial irregularities, work on Gujarat’s first ever Metro rail project, called the MEGA (Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar & Ahmedabad) p

Economy News

A smart turn

Under the R2,500 crore Smart City Plan (SCP) submitted by AMC, the makeover of the city would primarily comprise two components.

A smart turn

Gujarat to revisit automobile policy to attract new players

In an exclusive interview with The Financial Express, Gujarat finance minister Saurabh Patel confirmed that a new auto policy is on the anvil, and promised that it would be as lucrative as the earlier ones.

Gujarat to revisit automobile policy to attract new players