Eduwaves*, a National Level Learning and Management Consultancy Solutions, is playing a key role in helping individuals, organizations and nations adapt to the changing requirements of a knowledge-driven world. Eduwaves providing it services to various Education Hubs.

Eduwaves is successfully maintaining its leadership position through it’s various business lines which include

IT Training for corporate and Govt Organizations which includes the most advance courses of chip level training and embedded solutions.

I.T education Training.

The Company has been promoted by some highly experienced professionals dedicated to provide total IT and Management solutions under one roof. It posses knowledgeable and experience hands to offer most user friendly solutions. Within a very short span of time, Eduwaves has carved a niche for itself in the industry and has increased its business by acquiring some major domestic projects and also in process of International Education Delivery Programmes. No doubt the organisation has been able to make a name for itself in a relatively short span of time only because of its ability and commitments to ensure customers satisfaction by rewarding quality work on right time and in a right manner with high and adequate infrastructure.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Business Line : Industry & Economy News : Corruption can impact investor confidence, fears chamber

Although bullish about India's growth, the corporate sector is concerned that corruption will affect the confidence of international investors, a survey conducted by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) has revealed.

The survey covered 70 CEOs across sectors and focussed on the business expectations of the industry.

A majority of the respondents expected the real GDP growth rate to remain above 8 per cent during financial year 2012 and within the range of 8 to 10 per cent during 2013-15.

Inflation is expected to remain above 8 per cent during financial year 2012, and between 5 and 8 per cent during financial year 2013-15. The respondents feel that a possible softening in global commodity prices will help in moderating inflation in India.

According to the survey, interest rates (repo rate) will be more than 8 per cent during the current financial year and between 5 and 8 per cent during financial year 2013-15.

A significant percentage felt that gold prices will remain below Rs 30,000 during financial year 2012, and between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000 during financial year 2013-15. Real estate prices will rise during financial year 2012 but the rise will not be more than 30 per cent.

The BSE Sensex is expected to remain in the 15,000-18,000 range during financial year 2012 and in the 18,000-25,000 range during the financial year 2013-15.


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