Reports. "Developing Corporate skilling strategies to enhance women’s employability", 2019Read Abstract >Close >This research report on ‘Developing Corporate Skilling Strategies to Enhance Women’s Employability Through CSR Programmes’, is funded by Hero MotoCorp Limited and is in collaboration with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). In this study we have leveraged both primary and secondary data, ranging from NSDC’s government and corporate funded skilling initiatives, their impact on employability, effectiveness of training eco-system and contribution of Corporate Social Responsibility for enhancing Female Labor Force participation rate (FLFPR) in India. The findings of this report are thought provoking and help us understand reasons for India’s dropping FLFPR, we also discuss a few remedial measures.
 
The country’s Female Labour Force Participation Rate (FLFPR), was at its peak in 2005, at 36.8%, and has been declining ever since. It was only 26.9% in 2018 – the lowest among all the G20 countries except Saudi Arabia. In comparison, the world average FLFPR is higher, at approximately 48.5%, Brazil’s is 53.08%, Russia 56.31%, China 60.87% and South Africa 47.9%.
 
To analyse and identify the gaps, areas of improvement, and the measures to increase the
participation of women in the workforce, we have attempted a comprehensive study involving the NSDC’s training partner eco-system and trainees under the government-funded and fee-based skilling programmes, skilling experts, working women and have also assessed the corporate sector’s contribution to women-centric programs through their Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. Overall, this study assesses the impact these skilling initiatives have had on the employability of women in India.



Reports. "Impact of Truck Unions on Manufacturers ", 2019Read Abstract >Close >Munjal Institute for Global Manufacturing have conducted a “Study on Impact of Truck Unions on Manufacturing” in collaboration with TCIL. This study covers Pan India (125 districts). We have evaluated responses from 225 manufacturers. Manufacturers using truck unions find 20% gap between perception and expectation. Feedback on the draft report has been obtained from TCIL and some new dimensions are being investigated now.



ReportsProfessor Man Mohan S. Sodhi, Principal Investigator Cass Business School, City, University of London: Sukhmeet Singh, Project Manager Indian School of Business & Chetna Agnihotri, Analyst Indian School of Business. "Cold Chain Development for Fruits & Vegetables in India", 2017Download PDF
ReportsSodhi, ManMohan S., Singh, Sukhmeet.,Walia, Arvinder.,Sharma, Jasmine., Dalla, Preetinder S. "Analyzing the Potential of Increase in Acreage for Kinnow, Maize, Wood, Turmeric and Moong as per the Draft Agriculture Policy for Punjab-2013", 2014Read Abstract >Close >Download PDFIn view of agriculture sector crisis in Punjab, the importance of research in the realm of ecologically sound farming practices is foremost. While ecological sustainability is important, the economic viability for the farmer needs to be taken into account. In this context, Punjab Mandi Board commissioned Indian School of Business to undertake a research study analyzing the potential of increase in the production of selected five commodities as mentioned in the Agriculture Policy for Punjab-2013 (Draft) in terms of their existing markets and the potential to expand in the wake of proposed area expansion under alternate crops.  Given the nature and magnitude of crisis in the farm sector in the state, this research is a pioneering attempt to critically analyze the diversification strategy recommended as per the Draft Policy. 


ReportsSingh, Sukhmeet.,Dalla, Preetinder S.,Walia, Arvinder.,Sharma, Jasmine.,Jain, Tarika.,Joshi, Prateek.,Siddiqui, Mohammad Shahid.,Bedi, Hemant. "Inefficiencies in agriculture supply chain in Punjab and opportunities for IT interventions", 2012Read Abstract >Close >Download PDFAgriculture is a critical sector of the Indian economy. An average Indian still spends significant amount of his/her total expenditure on food, while close 60% of India’s work force is still engaged in agriculture for its livelihood. Though India is one of biggest producer of various commodities, it is still home to children who are malnourished. Through this report, we have studied the inefficiencies in agriculture supply chain of key commodities in the state of Punjab and we have given our recommendations for improvements through IT interventions.

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