Project Report on Dabur Company Essay
FINANCIAL MODELING OF DABUR
Under the guidance of
Corporate Bridge Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.
In partial fulfilment of the requirements
For the award of
MASTER IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES(MMS)
(Affiliated to university of Mumbai)
VIVEKANAND EDUCATION SOCIETY’S INSTITUTE
OF STUDIES AND RESEARCH
Sumit B. Agrawal
ROLL NO: 01
Declaration By Candidate
I wish to state that the work embodied in this project titled “Financial Modeling Of Dabur” forms my own contribution to management carried out at Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute Of Management Studies & Research Chembur, Mumbaiunder the guidance of Mr.DheerajVaidya, …show more content…
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