Last Updated:
July 20, 2022

Click here to submit your article
Per Page :

dhanashreepawar9993@gmail.com

E-Mail: You need to be a registered (and logged in) user to view dhanashreepawar9993@gmail.com email address

Total Articles : 4

ANOVA Assignment Comparison of 4 Products

NAME: – Dhanashree pawar ROLL NO.: – 10011 (MMS) SUBJECT: – Business Research Methodology AUTHOR: – Dhanashree pawar INTRODUCTION: – The four FMCG companies mainly 1) Hindustan Unilever Ltd: – Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) is a consumer goods company. It is a subsidiary of Unilever, a British company. Its products include foods, beverages, cleaning agents, personal care products, water purifiers and other fast-moving consumer goods. HUL was established in 1931 as Hindustan Vanaspati Manufacturing Co. and following a merger of constituent groups in 1956. it was renamed Hindustan Lever Limited. The company was renamed in June 2007 as Hindustan Unilever Read More
0 Views : 69

Relationship of Dabur LTD. India with Nifty 50 to calculate beta.

NAME: – Dhanashree pawar ROLL NO.: – 10011 (MMS) SUBJECT: – Business Research Methodology TITLE: – relationship of Dabur LTD. India with Nifty 50 to calculate beta. AUTHOR: – Dhanashree pawar OBJECTIVE: – to find the relationship between Dabur LTD. India with Nifty 50 to calculate beta of Dabur ltd. India and see its significance. LITERATURE REVIEW: – Dabur India is the 4th Largest FMCG Company in India Legacy of over 100 years Strategic Business Units in Health care, Personal care and Food products Dabur has a turnover of Rs.1899.57 crore with powerful brands like Dabur Amla, Dabur Chyawanprash, Real, Read More
0 Views : 72

Student experiences financial crisis during pandemic

Topic – Student experiences financial crisis during pandemic Authors – Srushti badwaik 10001 Aishwarya nashte 10008 Dhanashree pawar 10011 Introduction:- In 2019 and even before COVID-19, there was already high growth and adoption in education technology. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has become a severe ordeal for the human population, resulting in urgent measures to limit the spread of the disease and adversely affecting many sectors of the economy. During the lockdowns, alternatives have been quickly found for a lot of economic activities and public services. The closures of entire businesses and travel restrictions caused serious damage to the global Read More
0 Views : 72

Indian economy

Subject: – Business research methodology Author – Dhanashree pawar Indian Economy 1. Indian economy after independence Indian economy went through severe change after the independence in 1947, India has achieved tremendous progress in raising growth, income levels and standards of living. The gross domestic product (GDP) increased from Rs 2,939 billion during 1950-51 to Rs 56,330 billion during 2011-12. Mechanism of a mixed economy where both public and private sectors co-exist. The Industrial Policy Resolution of 1948 proposed a mixed economy. India’s forex reserves now the world’s fifth-largest. India initiated planning for national economic development with the establishment of the Read More
0 Views : 113