Organisation Behaviour Essay
1.1 INRODUCTION OF ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
1.2 INTRODUCTION OF COMPANY
2 SERVICE OFFERD BY ORGANISATION
3 TYPES OF RESEARCH
3.1 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY RESEARCH
3.2 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY RESEARCH
3.3 TYPES OF RESEARCH USED IN OUR PROJECT
4 QUESTIONARE ANAYLISES
5 FINDING AND CONCLUSION
PROJECT of organizational behavior contains the research in organization i.e PVR world wide cenimas best quality screen this project deals with the behavior of the working management in the PVR and how maneger controls the working of the other class people related to food service till the demand and rates of the seats.
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The Bijli family were the owners of PVR. In 1992, Ajay Bijli's father died at the age of 60. Then in 1994, a fire broke out in the family's trucking company's godown spread over 1,00,000 square feet.
A distributor of Hollywood films put him in touch with Village Roadshow, which wanted to expand in India. Although it was initially undertaken to renovate the Vasant Vihar hall and to convert Priya into a multiplex, but Ajay Bijli began to look for another location and zeroed in on Anupam, in South Delhi’s Saket area, which was extremely dilapidated at the time. Bijli took it on lease and converted it into a four-plex, sowing the seeds of the multiplex phenomenon in the country.
In 2003, Renuka Ramnath, the head of private equity fund ICICI Venture, took the final call in favour of investing Rs 40 crore in Bijli’s PVR Ltd in March 2003 when Australia’s Village Roadshow, had decided to pull out of India and 17 other countries.[
2 SERVICES OFFERD BY PVR
As of April 2010, PVR has a total of 166 screens in 38 multiplexes across India. PVR commands a significant presence in New Delhi and NCR with 37 screens in 13 multiplexes. PVR also has a strong presence in Nagpur, Chennai, Lucknow, Indore,Hyderabad, Bengaluru