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  • Case Study Of Maggi

    CHAPTER-III CONCEPTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Nestle has its presence in India for around nine decades, making it one of the oldest company in India. Nestle India is a subsidiary of Nestle South Africa of Switzerland. The company has its headquarters at Gurgaon near Delhi and has seven factories spread all over India. It started its journey in India in 1912 by entering into the dairy business. Nestle launched Maggi noodle with its captivating two-minute tagline way back in a982 when instant…

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  • Ecotel Hotel Case Study

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT It is my pleasure to thank all those who helped me and made my project work a success. I would like to thank my parents who made this research possible and for extending their moral support and patience. I like to thank the Principal of our Institution, Prof. Parvardhavardhani Gopalakrishnan as well as the Project coordinator, Prof. Y.G. Tharakan, for all the patience and guidance provided to me throughout the dissertation period. I take this opportunity in expressing the…

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  • Ratan Tata Case Study

    ANS 1. Following are the challengers face by the Tata Motors- 1. Ratan Tata proposed the idea of delivering the car for the people in the year 1994. The total estimated time is for five years and planned to contact with more than fifty dealer for the distribution of the car all over the India. And also planned to book for 10000 car in the first slot and the 50000 car booking in the second slot. There were market competition prevailing at that time. 2. In the year when Ratan Tata announced about…

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  • Chetan Bhagat Character Analysis

    Chetan Bhagat, who is a famous Indian author, is not only a symbol of new India but also a concerned writer who has captured his deep concern about the youth today i.e. the problems and despairs, hopes and aspirations of youth. In spite of dealing with the harsh realities of life, his works manage to retain the sense of pure humor. His works have striking similarities with parable in offering moral messages, spiritual guidance and technical suggestions. Chetan Bhagat’s writings has created a…

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  • Case Study Of TI Cycles

    The Growth Years The Indian bicycle market had barely grown in the few years after the dawn of the new millennium. The volumes of bicycles sold in the country just increased from 11 million units to 12 million units in the years from 2000-09. The bicycle manufacturers were found pedaling uphill without gears. The revenue for TI cycles stayed between Rs.450 and 500 crores between 2001-05 and 2005-06. TI cycles witnessed fierce competition from others which pushed down the prices and tampered…

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  • Case Study Of HCL Laptops

    3 Ability to understand customer's business and offer right technology. 4 Long standing relationship with customers. . 5 Large SI client-base that can be converted. * WEAKNESS a) After sales service. * OPPORTUNITY 1 Unified networks, CRM solutions. 2 Govt. instability has a long term repercussions affecting company’s policies & its growth. 3 Technological shift as a result of research & development. Daily new technologies are emerging.…

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  • The Homogenjacket Film Analysis

    information technology to expand into new markets and flourish. It has fostered free enterprise that has helped to create millions of high paying jobs and hordes of first generation millionaires in urban centres like Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Gurgaon. Glossy volumes capturing the essence of a resurgent India abound in numbers and thickness. Such works celebrate globalisation as a revolution that has unshackled India from decades of deprivation and poverty, characteristic of the…

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  • Oral Midazolam Evaluation

    “Comparative Evaluation of oral Midazolam, Oral Ketamine and Oral Midazolam-Ketamine combination as conscious sedative agents in Unco-operative pediatric dental patients” Abstract Introduction: Pediatric dentists often encounter young, fearful and uncooperative patients. Managing anxious children in the operatory has always been a challenging task. Various aversive and non-aversive techniques have been employed to manage such patients. But these techniques cause a traumatic experience in the…

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  • BEEG Case Study

    Future Works may include following points: • Researchers of the Carleton University, Canada believe that the same interface could form the basis of a mind-controlled password system. • Controlling computers through neural signals but that obviously will be difficult to judge because the field of research is still in its infancy. • Direct neural communication between humans and computers. May be the future computers will one day come along with biological signal sensors and thought-recognition…

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  • Individualism In The White Tiger

    MAJOR THEMES IN THE NOVEL Individualism A white tiger symbolizes power and majesty in East Asian cultures, such as in China and Japan. It is also a symbol for individualism and uniqueness. Balram is seen as different from those he grew up with. He is the one who got out of the “Darkness” and found his way into the “Light”. Throughout the book, there are references to how Balram is very different from those back in his home environment. He is referred to as the “White Tiger” Freedom In an…

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