BCom Tuition

BCom Tuition

+ Follow 29,430 Followers

Share

Showing 76 to 94 of 94
Sort By: 
A

Aravindan 29/09/2015 in  BCom Tuition

Show previous answers

Brindha replied | 23/04/2016

Accounts means collection of recorded transactions of income and expenses in the form of debit and credit details for a particular period. This is maintained to find profit or loss for that period

0 0
D

Deepika replied | 29/06/2016

Accounting is the recording of financial transactions of a business or organization. It also includes the process of summarizing, analysing and reporting these transactions in financial statements.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

N

Show previous answers

Madhava replied | 21/11/2015

It is not a question.It an advertisement..

0 0

Amit replied | 07/12/2015

Ok

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Show previous answers

Raj replied | 10/12/2015

Trademarks
Trademarks are words, names, or symbols used to identify a product or a service. Owning a trademark doesn't mean that you own the actual words associated with the trademark claim (although Eastman Kodak and Xerox Corporation might disagree). The trademark only bestows ownership of a word or phrase within a certain context, such as the word windows within the context...  more»
Trademarks
Trademarks are words, names, or symbols used to identify a product or a service. Owning a trademark doesn't mean that you own the actual words associated with the trademark claim (although Eastman Kodak and Xerox Corporation might disagree). The trademark only bestows ownership of a word or phrase within a certain context, such as the word windows within the context of the computer industry.

Trademarks are important in the world of graphics file formats. CompuServe owns the trademark "GIF"; Adobe (and formerly Aldus) owns the trademark "TIFF"; and Microsoft owns the trademark "RIFF". You get the idea.
Terms you should know
You should be familiar with the following terms used in
the trademark field:
Assignment – an arrangement by which a trademark
owner transfers ownership of the mark. In many
countries, an assignment is invalid unless it includes
the goodwill of the business symbolized by the mark.
Some countries have other formal requirements, such
as the recordation of the assignment with the Trademark
Office, and may impose a transfer tax.
Counterfeit – a spurious mark that is identical with,
or substantially indistinguishable from, a registered
mark, or non-genuine goods or services. Substantial
criminal and civil penalties may be levied against
those who intentionally traffic in counterfeit goods or
goods bearing counterfeit marks.
Dilution – a term primarily used in the United States
to refer to the unauthorized use of a famous mark
by another in a manner that tends to blur the mark’s
distinctiveness or tarnish its image even if it does
not create a likelihood of confusion. For example, if
a disreputable bar adopted the mark ROLLS ROYCE,
thereby capitalizing on or disparaging the unique
name of the automobile, dilution laws might permit a
court to prohibit that use – even if there were no likelihood
of confusion that the service was provided by the
owner of the famous ROLLS ROYCE mark.
Goodwill – the intangible asset of a company consisting
of the reputation of that company or its product
resulting from association of a trademark with that
company or product that provides added value to
a company’s worth (such as a recognizable brand).
Protection of goodwill is one of the main purposes of
trademark law.
Gray Market Goods – genuine trademarked articles
(not counterfeits) that are only authorized for distribution
in a particular country, but are diverted for sale
into a different country. Gray market goods may or
may not be physically different from local goods, and
the legality of gray market goods is a controversial
issue.
Infringement – the use of a mark so similar to another’s
mark for the same or related goods or services
that confusion, mistake or deception is likely to occur.
Courts protect marks against infringement and may
issue injunctions, compensate the owner for damages,
take away the infringer’s profits, award attorney’s fees,
and even order goods to be seized or recalled from the
market and destroyed. Some jurisdictions also offer
criminal remedies.
Licensing – an agreement by which a trademark
owner permits another party to use a trademark.
Licenses may include a variety of terms such as requiring
periodic payments and limiting the ability of the
licensor to grant licenses to other parties. A license
is invalid in many countries unless the owner has the
right to – and actually does – control the nature and
quality of the goods or services of the licensee. Some
countries require licenses to be recorded, or licensees
to be officially entered as Registered Users, and many
countries impose a withholding tax on trademark
royalties paid to a foreign licensor.
Trade Dress – the packaging or design of a product.
Consumers may be guided by the product’s familiar
look rather than the words on it, in which case the
product’s trade dress can be protected like any other
trademark. In some countries, packaging trade dress
may be entitled to immediate protection and registration
under trademark law. However, product design
can generally only be protected or registered after a
period of exclusive use and promotion.
Trade Name – the name used by a company in its
business activities. Also known as a “commercial
name,” a company’s trade name may also be its
corporate name, and it may or may not also be used
as a trademark. An officially approved corporate name
can be used on legal documents, but if it infringes
another’s trade name, trademark or service mark, it
cannot be used in ordinary trade. «less

0 0

Paparao replied | 10/12/2015

Please see the uspto portal and find the procedure

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Show previous answers

G

Gayatri replied | 18/11/2015

hii aman
first upgrde to premium mmebership.
then you get enquries from your selected field.
second apply to them and try to call them and check your mails always.
best luck. hope this will help you.

0 0
A

Aman replied | 09/03/2016

Contact to urbanpro customer service

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

P

Show previous answers

V

Venkateswara Rao replied | 13/08/2015

You can enroll in any university of your choice and complete the course

0 0

Deepak replied | 26/09/2015

Hello dear contact me for any course and qualification, I provided higher study coaching.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

S

Show previous answers

Amrita replied | 14/11/2015

Yes sure..I give online coaching of economics..if u r interested u can contact me.

0 0

Aditi replied | 18/11/2015

My tution fees 700/month in Dakhineswar

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

B

Bharath.m 23/06/2015 in  BCom Tuition

Show previous answers

Institute For replied | 22/08/2015

We provide coaching for it...for free demo contact us.

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 01/10/2015

Find good trainer or tutor to help in maths subject

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

C

Show previous answers

Devinder Singh replied | 11/07/2016

That Tutor will be able to clear all the concept in the easy manner or co-related that the topics with the pratical life

0 0

Amandeep Singh replied | 11/07/2016

that the teacher should make subject as simple as it is possible and clear all basic concepts of students..also making studies easier for student rather than make them feel burden of studies.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

L

Show previous answers

C

Charu N replied | 08/09/2015

Go to the sign in and the user friendly instructions will guide you.

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 02/10/2015

Go to website page , there will be options given . In that ... It would have asked for1. Sign up for tutor.2. Sign up for a student/tuition. Based on ur requirements sign up.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Akash 22/04/2015 in  BCom Tuition

Show previous answers

Sravan replied | 17/06/2015

A=[a b A -1 = 1/ad-bc *[d -b

0 0

Sravan replied | 17/06/2015

c d] -c a]

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

M

Show previous answers

C

Charu N replied | 28/08/2015

Go ahead. Formal Studies can be taken up any time in life. Though our education continues as long as we live.

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 01/09/2015

Mohith, yes u can do any degree of your interest irrespective of whichever age you are.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Show previous answers

C

Charu N replied | 28/08/2015

As a teacher the first step is to decide whether you want to go for pre recorded class or for online. In case of online, the requirement of good broadband (internet) connection is paramount. Students should also be linked and aware of the timing of the lecture. Apart from that prepare your lecture and deliver through skype, with the help of video camera and microphone.

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 02/10/2015

Use team viewer or skype

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

J

Show previous answers

Aditi replied | 18/11/2015

700 per month in tutors home.

0 0

Satish replied | 27/03/2016

Depend upon subjects and hours .

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Show previous answers

Kavithayini replied | 01/09/2015

1000 to 2500 Rupees

0 0

Aditi replied | 18/11/2015

700-1000/month Dakhineswar......

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Naina 29/12/2014 in  BCom Tuition

Show previous answers

R

Rohit replied | 31/05/2016

I agree with Prayas and Komal. All the best Naina..

0 0

Muskan replied | 09/07/2016

NEVER . !!! specifically if u are studying in Delhi University .. though its never a hard task to score this much but it all needs regularity and seriousness towards studies and the course .. ! you can even score the same without t tuitions if you are regular enough ...

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Show previous answers

J

J A N replied | 02/03/2016

where is that area I am interested

0 0

Vinod replied | 27/03/2016

I also have vacant space of 284 sq.ft with attached Washroom in Sushant Vyapaar Kendra, SL-1, Gurgaon which can be used for coaching on usage basis

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Show previous answers

Sita Maha Lakshmi replied | 16/12/2014

market discrimination may function through prejudice, imprefect information, imprefect compitation, legilation, which may result in two different types of discrimination
earning discrimination and occupational discrimination

0 0

H S Arun Kumar replied | 17/12/2014


The basic form of the Cobb-Douglas production function is as follows:
Q(L,K) = A L^? K^?
Where:
- Q is the quantity of products.
- L is the quantity of labor.
- K is the quantity of capital.
- A is a positive constant.
- ? and ? are constants between 0 and 1.( ?+?. =1 )
? and ? are output elasticities of capital and labor, and are constant

0 0

Adarsh replied | 19/12/2014

Market Discrimination means charging different price for the same product to different costumers

For e.g. Let there is a product A in the market so if the seller charges more price to an individual or a group and less price to another individual or group then it is known as price discrimination.

The Cobb--Douglas production function is a particular functional...  more»
Market Discrimination means charging different price for the same product to different costumers

For e.g. Let there is a product A in the market so if the seller charges more price to an individual or a group and less price to another individual or group then it is known as price discrimination.

The Cobb–Douglas production function is a particular functional form of the production function, widely used to represent the technological relationship between the amounts of two or more inputs, particularly physical capital and labor, and the amount of output that can be produced by those inputs.

In its most standard form for production of a single good with two factors, the function is

Y=AL^{\beta}K^\alpha
where:

Y = total production (the real value of all goods produced in a year)
L = labor input (the total number of person-hours worked in a year)
K = capital input (the real value of all machinery, equipment, and buildings)
A = total factor productivity
? and ? are the output elasticities of capital and labor, respectively. These values are constants determined by available technology.
Output elasticity measures the responsiveness of output to a change in levels of either labor or capital used in production, ceteris paribus. For example if ? = 0.45, a 1% increase in capital usage would lead to approximately a 0.45% increase in output.

Further, if

? + ? = 1,
the production function has constant returns to scale, meaning that doubling the usage of capital K and labor L will also double output Y. If

? + ? < 1,
returns to scale are decreasing, and if

? + ? > 1,
returns to scale are increasing. Assuming perfect competition and ? + ? = 1, ? and ? can be shown to be capital's and labor's shares of output.

Cobb and Douglas were influenced by statistical evidence that appeared to show that labor and capital shares of total output were constant over time in developed countries; they explained this by statistical fitting least-squares regression of their production function. There is now doubt over whether constancy over time exists. «less

0 0

Raja Gopal replied | 31/01/2015

It should be chargeable, are you ready to pay

0 0

Prayas replied | 16/04/2015

Naina if you are asking such questions, it shows your seriousness towards your studies, if you are a student who study on regular basis with daily task schedule then there is no such need of tuitions. Still you can take individual classes only for doubts and but don't require to attend group classes for full course.
All the best!

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 02/09/2015

Economists define labor-market discrimination as a situation in which equally materially productive persons are treated unequally on the basis of an observable characteristic.
Equally materially productive: capable of producing the same number and quality of output using the same inputs; distinct from equal dollar productivity
Treated unequally: arriving at a systematically...  more»
Economists define labor-market discrimination as a situation in which equally materially productive persons are treated unequally on the basis of an observable characteristic.
Equally materially productive: capable of producing the same number and quality of output using the same inputs; distinct from equal dollar productivity
Treated unequally: arriving at a systematically different outcome as a result of the actions of external agents
The evidence shows that there are large differences in the labor market outcomes of men, women, Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics in the United States.
These differences concern workforce participation, employment, wage, education, and occupation.
While there is broad agreement on the size of these observed differences, there are at least two polar hypotheses on their proximate causes.
[H0] Inherent group differences: There is no discrimination, and the observed variation in economic outcomes across alternative worker groups reflects differences in their inherent material productivities.
This hypothesis also attributes differences in outcomes to voluntary choices and preferences. Even if is implausible, it is an important starting point for an analysis of discrimination, since not every single group difference results from discrimination. «less

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 02/10/2015

Market Discrimination, “Cobb-Douglas” production function relates Production (Q) to factors of production, capital (K), labor ... "Course Hero aims to disrupt the higher education market.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Abdul 17/11/2014 in  BCom Tuition

Hello, myself Abdul matiwala i have cleared my BPP (bachelor in preparatory programme) which is equivalent to 12th from MGU. now am planning to complete my graduation from KSOU (karnataka state open university) or MBU (manav bharti university) please can you tell me are this university UGC approved or are they fake. what is their certification value...  more»

0 0 33

Show previous answers

S

Seshu Babu replied | 18/03/2015

Please go through official website of those universities and find it.

0 0

Kavithayini replied | 02/10/2015

Google it. You will get many ideas through that

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Show previous answers

Bhamidipati replied | 05/07/2016

If you have all relevant tools like PC Internet Speakers it is better to take online tution.It saves time for you

0 0

Nandan replied | 06/07/2016

Its better to join hands with institute initially.. And later on setup ur own platform.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Previous1234

Have a Question?

Thousands of expert tutors are available to answer your question

Looking for BCom Tuition ?

Find best BCom Tuition in your locality on UrbanPro.

FIND NOW

Do you offer BCom Tuition ?

Create Free Profile Now »

Top Contributors

Kavithayini

24 Answers

Charu N

23 Answers

Nitesh

12 Answers

Amit Kumar

11 Answers

Vani

11 Answers

Amandeep Singh

9 Answers

Nitin

8 Answers

Gayatri

8 Answers

Govindaraj

8 Answers

Sponsored

About UrbanPro

UrbanPro.com helps you to connect with the best BCom Tuition in India. Post Your Requirement today and get connected.

Find Best BCom Tuition ?

Find Now »