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Published on May 31, 2014

Author: virchoksi



This is the presentation subject of BUSINESS ETHICATES & PRESENTATION SKILL

AMCOST clg BBA Student

Presented by:-PATEL JAYKUMAR KAMLESHBHAI Class :-T.Y.BBA SEM 6(GENERAL) Roll No :-3315 Exam No :- College :-AMCOST Submitted by-S.P.University

 Social help is made of tow words which are ‘Social’ and ‘help’ . The word social concern with the society and it’s people and the word help means to help the needy people.  “social help” means to help the needy people among the society and make their lives better through better infrastructural services.”

108 P&G Product Public Health Sector

The 108 Ambulance is started 15 August 2005 in India. Every Citizen in India could be provided emergency response services in Public Private Partnership (PPP), at international standards in two years by 2009 with: ◦ 108 toll-free-number accessible on mobile and fixed lines, ◦ transportation in well equipped ambulances ◦ pre-hospital care in ambulance by qualified EMTs enroute to reduce mortality, disability and hospital stay ◦ Upgraded hospital facilities and capabilities ◦ Supportive Legal Framework at Central and State levels (Model law circulated by Law Commission)

 5.5 M dialed 108 independent of geographical limits  Trustworthy (Positive, Competent and Honest) emergency response for 288,927 Emergency Victims  Ambulance is available in 15 Minutes to provide pre-Hospital Care free of cost  Access to Hospital (of choice) in 21 Minutes  Quick and hassle-free response for Police Emergencies (50% of emergencies)  Mahatma worked as volunteer in South African war in 1899 and served injured people.  108 is provide fund by Raju Brother US 12 million in cash.

 The public health system in India comprises a set of state- owned health care facilities funded and controlled by the government of India.  The governmental ministry which controls the central government interests in these institutions is the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.  Governmental spending on health care in India is exclusively this system, hence most of the treatments in these institutions are either fully or partially subsidised.

 All India Institutes of Medical Sciences owned and controlled by the central government. These are referral hospitals with super speciality facilities.  All India institutes presently functional are All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, AIIMS Bhopal, AIIMS Bhubaneshwar, AIIMS Jodhpur, AIIMS Raipur, and AIIMS Rishikesh.  District Hospitals or General Hospitals Controlled by the respective state governments and serving the respective districts (administrative divisions in India).  Taluk hospitals Taluk level hospitals controlled by the respective state governments and serving the respective taluks (administrative divisions in India, and smaller than districts).

 The P&G full name is Procter&Gamble.  It was established in 1837 in LONDEN .  In P&G, there are 300 brand and 160 countries around world.  22 global brands with sales of over $ 1 billion  Worldwide workforce of 135,000  140 plants and 25 R&D centers globally  Spend nearly $ 2 billion a year on R&D

 Responsibility for real projects – work that P&G managers typically do  Help you Grow and Learn from Day 1in a real multifunctional environment  Be coached by experienced P&G managers  Competitive salary  Have fun and meet diverse people  Get to know different faces of business, P&G brands & products  In depth processing of your application with deciding along the same entry criteria as for new-hire positions  A great enhancement to your CV!

 In now a days India is on the way of becoming developed country. So it is important to see that the society will be contribute well towards country.  In today’s time of India there is so many companies which are promoting social helps like P&G, reliance foundation, NGOs and government sector.

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