Essay about Hoisery and Appearal

11440 Words Dec 18th, 2013 46 Pages
Term paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Undergraduate Degree in

Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)

J. D. Birla Institute

at the

Jadavpur University

at

Kolkata

DECLARATION

I declare the following:

The word count of the dissertation is 11,200 words (approx)

The material contained in this dissertation is the end result of my own work. Due acknowledgement has been given in the bibliography and references to all sources be they printed, electronic or personal.

I am aware that my dissertation may be submitted to a plagiarism detection service where it will be stored in a database and compared against work submitted from this institute or from any other institutions.

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I am thankful to all mighty laptop of mine, who without failing even once, helped me make my term paper, along with the Microsoft office suit, which have made things simpler for us.

I am thankful to our librarians for allowing me to access library resources, books and other reading material for the preparation of this dissertation.

I would also like to thank my friends who have helped me a lot with continuous improvement tips in writing the term paper.

Last but not the least I would like to thank my father for his support and encouragement, by providing me complete details about this industry and so without him, my project would not have been successful, since he is also a hosiery and apparel manufacturer in Kolkata under a brand name Hillman Hosiery.

ABSTRACT

Hosiery in dictionary terms means stockings, socks, and knitted underclothing collectively, also it’s known as the business of a hosier.

With China leading the global textile trade, India ranks second with 8 per cent of the total. India contributes to nearly 4 per cent of total textile exports and 3 per cent of total apparel exports in the world. India has the highest number of looms- 1.8 million shuttle looms (at 45 per cent of global capacity) and 200,000 shuttle-less looms (at 3 per cent of global capacity) and 3.9 million hand looms (at 85 per cent of global capacity).

This sector expects to increase, by 2011 the exports up to 25 billion US$.

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