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Parking Study in Chennai
Parking has been an important facet of various transport and road policies across the world. It is said to ease traffic and lead to the seamless flow of vehicles devoid of obstructions. Proper parking facilities should be provided to decongest roads and reduce the time for origin- destination travel for commercial vehicles, trucks, buses, etc. Improper parking, especially in India, often leads to distortions in traffic and proper carrying out of trade and even affects the productivity of the population, owing to bottlenecks.
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Study on Para-transit System in Chennai
Para transit systems like shared autos and transit cabs are common in major cities and towns, as they provide suitable transit options for vast population living in such areas. Para transit systems are largely un-utilized and are not a prioritized segment in India, owing to its informal nature. Though they form a part of the informal segment, they are subject to various regulations, and often subject to exploitation. While the government has controlling and regulating mechanisms, they are often ineffective and sometimes unwanted.
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Market Research Study on Nursing Education
The Medical Education Sector in India has been steadily growing over the years in terms of number, capacity or intake and specializations. The total number of medical colleges providing MBBS degrees stands at 355 with 40,525 seats available as per the Medical Council of India latest figures.
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National Data Sharing Policy approved by the Cabinet
The Indian Cabinet approved the National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NDSAP). The policy framework was undertaken by CPPR for the Ministry of Science and Technology.
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Arbitration Certificate Course in Cochin
ADR Centre, Cochin (an initiative of Civitas Legal Solutions) is joining hands with Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb UK) India Branch to conduct a two day training programme at Cochin in March( exact dates will be announced soon) leading to award of the certificate: “Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK)” .
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Road Safety Audit
Civitas Urban Solutions has taken up a study to conduct a Road Safety Audit of a State Highway in Tamil Nadu for Michelin Tyre Company, located at SIPCOT site location in Thiruvallur District. The study will propose a road safety index and awareness programs to be conducted in the road stretch from Janappanchatram (SH 51 till Pallavakkam) to Michelin India Tamil Nadu Pvt Ltd site location.
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Research on the IPL market
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional Twenty20 league cricket competition in India, initiated by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The IPL began in 2008 and at present the fourth season is taking place across various Indian cities. Initially there were only eight teams competing in the IPL; however, two more teams were added taking the final tally to ten.
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Drafting Admiralty Rules
Civitas Legal Solutions have been entrusted by the Cochin Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the task of drafting Admiralty Rules for Kerala. The Chamber had previously submitted a memorandum to the Chief Justice of Kerala, pointing out the need for comprehensive rules in the High Court of Kerala regarding Ship Arrest, including instituting a mandatory court fee before arrest and enabling freedom to move a caveat in anticipation of an arrest. The Chief Justice had further requested the Chamber to study the matter in detail and submit a Draft Rules.
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Chemmanakari village adoption
Chemmanakari is a coastal village in Kerala, located near the northern end of Kottayam district, with proximity to the Vembanad Lake. This place houses the famous Indo American Brain & Spine Hospital, and is also known for its natural beauty of the backwaters. Even though the village is rich in natural resources, it is unable to sustain on its own. With regard to the socio-economic condition of the village, it greatly lags behind other Kerala villages. Shortage of safe drinking water, bad road conditions, sanitation issues, and lack of proper education are its major problems.
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Chennai Auto Study
For anyone commuting in Chennai, the buzz of autorickshaws is a common sight. Research shows that while the ownership of private vehicles has grown 108 per cent in the last one decade, the dependency on autorickshaws has not come down. Autorickshaw drivers in Chennai are notorious for daylight robbery, charging exorbitant fares and reckless driving. In fact, the market for auto permits is liberalised, thus helping distorted market mechanisms.
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