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Governance &
Case Study
1. The Uber Delhi case
2. The FabIndia Goa case

Uber case
Uber is an American international transportation network
company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It
develops, markets and operates the Uber mobile app, which
allows consumers to submit a trip request which is then
routed to sharing economy drivers. As of March 26, 2015, the
service was available in 55 countries and more than 200
cities worldwide
Uber's launch in Bangalore on August 29, 2014,
In July 2014 Uber's announced a nationwide rollout of UberX
in India. In addition to a Bangalore presence, Uber's
inaugural Indian location that was publicized in August 2013,
drivers in Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai and Pune
made UberX available to users in those cities.
In December 2014, following allegations of rape against an
Uber driver in New Delhi, India

Uber case
Uber was banned from New Delhi for not following the
city's compulsory police verification procedure.
Delhi's transport department banned Uber from all
activities related to the provision of any type of
transport service in the city.
Uber issued a statement stating that it would work
with the Indian government "to establish clear
background checks currently absent in their
commercial transportation licensing programs.

Uber Case - POA

Through Background Verification check

Police Verification NOC
Women Drivers
Repetitive reminders on code of conduct
CARE India Collabration for women betterment
Resolution and fastrack the case for justice to
Apply Global standards on safety parameters
SHE (Safety Health & Environment) policies

FabIndia case
Fabindia (or Fabindia Overseas Pvt. Ltd.) is an Indian chain store
retailing garments, furnishings, fabrics and ethnic products
handmade by craftspeople across rural India. Established in 1960 by
John Bissell
Fabindia started out exporting home furnishings, before stepping into
domestic retail in 1976, when it opened its first retail store in Greater
Kailash, New Delhi. Today it has over 170 stores across India and
On April 3, 2015, Union Miniser of Human Resource Development,
Smriti Irani allegedly spotted a camera positioned to record near a
changing room, at an outlet of Fabindia in Candolim, Goa. She
immediately raised an alarm, alerting her husband and then called a
local legislator, Micheal Lobo, who lodged an FIR or First Information

FabIndia case
2 Employees were arrested and case was lodged.
Negative publicity was presented where target
was the FIRM rather individual.
Zero tolerance on such act
Women empowerment in the Company structure
Regular Audit , Inspection on Store changing and
rest rooms
Portray the women rural connect they have and
benefit provided to them.

Week 11 15 May sensex


News of the week

K.V Kamath appointed as the President of BRICS
India China signs deal for 22 Billion $
Zomato,Ola founders mock Rahul Yadavs call to
give half their sahres to their employess.
Reliance GIO raises Rs.4500 CR for 4G

1. K. V. Kamath appointed
as the president of BRICS
K. V. Kamath appointed as the president of fivemember BRICS nation bank named as NDB (New
Development Bank), as India got the right to
appoint the president as per the agreement.

Its Headquarter will be based in Shanghai, China.

It will have initial authorized capital of $100


Equal Capital Contribution has been decided

so that the development bank does not fall
into the ownership pattern.

The BRICS nations account for nearly $ 16

trillion in GDP and 40% of worlds population.

India is hoping to get more funds for

infrastructure development from the Bank.

2. India-China signs deals

for $ 22 Billion.
In areas including Renewable Energy,
Ports, Financing & Industrial Park
In order to boost the economic ties and
to control over border dispute between
the neighbors.
As India has the potential in
manufacturing, processing as well as
infrastructure, China will get an
advantage of it.

Also China is the biggest trading

partner of India with two-way
Many Chinese Bank to finance Indian
firms including deals in the telecom,
steel, solar energy and film sectors.

3. Zomato,Ola founders mock

Rahul Yadavs call to give half
their shares to their employees

4. Reliance JIO raises Rs.4500

CR for 4G
Reliance Jio has signed loan of $750 to fund
electronic purchases from Samsung Electronics
and Ace Technologies.
Loan backed by Korean Trade Insurance Corp,
popularly called K-Sure.
Nine banks already dealing with Reliance will be
funding the loan eg Hongkong and Shanghai
Banking Corporation Ltd, JPMorgan Chase Bank,
Australia and Newziland Banking Group Ltd etc