A thrust sector, as emphasized by government policy, pharmaceutical units in Goa have lived up to their potential in all ways, during the year gone by. In 2012, growth is expected to be strong with companies focusing on exports for business.
he Goa Directorate of Tourism (DoT) is focusing on the development of hinterland into a tourist hub. Director of Tourism Mr Swapnil Naik’s new growth path sets out a vision for increasing self-help and new jobs in 2012.
The year 2011 has ended. It has not been a particularly good year for both the global and the Indian economy. Apparently, there are more negatives in the year gone by and bad economic news kept flowing from all sides.
MUMBAI: Billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries today lost its position of the country’s most valued company to the IT giant TCS, part of the salt-to-software conglomerate Tata group. As the share price of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) fell by 2.81 per cent to a multi-year low of Rs 692.90 today, the company’s market valuation slipped to Rs 2,26,886 crore—a shade below Tata Consultancy Services’ Rs 2,27,282 crore.
PANAJI: In order to maintain a high quality of dance, sponsors are calling the shots and giving organisers a set of rules to maintain a well earned high profile show, according to organisers. Fastidious as they are, sponsors are willing to shell out the capital requirements some say it covers the full cost.
PANAJI: Goa Institute of Management (GIM) has launched the traditional process of placement for the 2010-12 batch of PGDM students with excellent results. About 80 per cent of students have got offers in the first 48 hours itself. During the placement week GIM, hosted 32 companies to showcase its 226 strong batch for the final placement and 240 strong 2011-13 batch for summer placement.