As barter system was there, the European, Arab and African merchants were using metals as means of buying India goods. w=468" class="wp-image-747" src="https://kvramakrishnarao.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/romam-coins-treated-as-bullion-and-not-as-currency.jpg? w=581&h=364" alt="roman-coins-treated-as-bullion-and-not-as-currency" width="581" height="364" srcset="https://kvramakrishnarao.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/romam-coins-treated-as-bullion-and-not-as-currency.jpg? w=581&h=364 581w, https://kvramakrishnarao.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/romam-coins-treated-as-bullion-and-not-as-currency.jpg? w=150&h=94 150w, https://kvramakrishnarao.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/romam-coins-treated-as-bullion-and-not-as-currency.jpg? w=300&h=188 300w, https://kvramakrishnarao.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/romam-coins-treated-as-bullion-and-not-as-currency.jpg? w=768&h=481 768w, https://kvramakrishnarao.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/828w" sizes="(max-width: 581px) 100vw, 581px" /: The paper-reading session went on up to 11am. Bhaskaran, VC of Tamil Nadu Open University was the Chief guest facilitated. When the Roman Empire collapsed, their coins were traded for metal value.The Government of Tamil Nadu established the Periyar University at Salem on 17 September 1997, named after E. Ramasamy known as ‘Periyar”, as per the provisions of the Periyar University Act, 1997, covering the area comprising the districts of Salem, Namakkal, Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri. The University got the 12(B) and 2f status from the University Grants Commission and has been reaccredited by NAAC with ‘A’ grade in 2015.
Balambal, Former Professor, Department of Indian History, University of Madras, was honoured by the THNC-2016 as “Historian”. After lunch, the paper-reading sessions started at the places as shown in the table above. Viswanathan, Endowment Lecture established by the Dr. Viswanathan, Former Vice-Chancellor, Education University, Chennai, was delivered by Dr. Venkataraman, Former Professor & Head, Department of Indian History University of Madras, Chennai on “Contribution of women to India’s Freedom Movement”.[Read More…] This case study describes how a large corporation with several business unites developed and implemented a consistent group-wide process for strategic analysis and strategic planning for the first time.[Read More…] Strategic planning and the related tasks can be challenging activities for any organization – small or large.The University aims at developing knowledge in various fields to realize the maxim inscribed in the logo “Arival Vilayum Ulagu” (Wisdom Maketh World).” The primary objective is the “Holistic development of the students”. It is located on the National Highway (NH7) towards Bangalore at about 8 Kms from New Bus Stand, Salem, well connected by frequent city bus services linking Salem and other places like, Omalur, Dharmapuri, Krishnagiri and Mettur. Swaminathan, Vice-chancellor, Periyar University. Incidentally, headed by a Tamil Professor Tamilmaran. Balakrishnan (did not attend) Vice-Presidents : Dr. So take a look at the following startup mistakes and learn how to avoid them: [Read More…] Bootstrapping is a technique used by individuals in business to overcome obstacles, achieve goals and make improvements through organic, self-sustainable means with no assistance from outside.It basically means to found or start a business using personal assets (such as savings, sweat equity, low operating costs, and fast cash sales turnaround) in the absence of any external financial input and also maintaining operations without the need for financial support from the outside.In this study, we gathered sequences of four genes (two mitochondrial: Cytochrome and ND2 and two nuclear: β-fibrinogen intron 7 and IRBP exon 1) for eight of the eleven extant species representing these two subfamilies.: The Twenty Third Session of the Tamil Nadu History Congress was held under the auspices of the Department of History, Periyar University, Salem on 30th September, 1st and 2nd October 2016. Contact with India affected bullion prices within Roman territories and Eastern trade developed, the Roman monetary system became less representative of actual bullion values on the Roman market. How pepper import from India drained their annual bullion – 50 million sesterces – was also well known.