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Relationship of State Bank of India with Nifty50

Title:- Relationship of State Bank of India with Nifty50 Author:- Saira Shaikh Introduction: The State Bank of India (SBI) is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services statutory body. It is a government corporation statutory body headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. SBI is ranked as 236th in the Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s biggest corporations of 2019. It is the largest bank in India with a 23% market share in assets, besides a share of one-fourth of the total loan and deposits market. State Bank of India (SBI) is the country’s largest commercial bank, in terms of Read More
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OPINION ON WORKPLACE ROMANCE By- Akanksha Shukla, Samrudhi Mohite, under the able guidance of Dr. J K Sachdeva. Introduction In today’s world of love and romance a lot of people meet their partners at the workplace, and yet dating someone in office is frowned upon. You spend a tremendous amount of time at work and, if you put people in close proximity, working together, having open, vulnerable conversations, there’s a good chance there are going to be romantic relationships. Before people act on their feelings, it’s important to think through the risks, and there are quite a few. Of course, Read More
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Students opinion on inclusion of sports activity in academic schedule of MBA.

Title: Students opinion on inclusion of sports activity in academic schedule of MBA. Authors: Roshan Rajapkar (Kohinoor Business School) (MMS: Roll no. 80) Rohit Pednekar (Kohinoor Business School) (MMS: Roll no. 79) Mustafa Shaikh (Kohinoor Business School) (MMS: Roll no.85) Introduction: This is the survey regarding to the inclusion of sports session in the MBA schedule. This survey is done to know what students feel towards sports and their importance. This survey has been taken in campus only amongst the PGDM and MMS batches. Objective: To understand the interest and benefit of sports along with academics within the students of Read More
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Experiences of people going gym

TITLE : Experiences of people going gym Authors : (Team member) 1: Shubham Jagtap (20) 2: Rohit Tendulkar (41) 3: Suraj Gosavi (14) INTRODUCTION: We find the problem of people going to gym , we take this problem because Many people joined gym and than after going some or few days they are not continue with , so this research is explain about the gym problems which they are face and we analysis the data is based on according gym going people survey . OBJECTIVES : “ find the reason behind why many people not continue gym after going few Read More
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LIFE EXPECTANCY IN WORLD By- Akanksha Shukla under the able guidance of Dr. JK Sachdeva The life expectancy slowdown: Life expectancy is increasing – but the rate at which it is doing so in some countries is stalling. The Office for National Statistics compared changes to average life expectancies in 20 countries across the world, between 2005-10 and 2011-16.The data shows that the UK has experienced one of the steepest slowdowns to both male and female life expectancies during that time. In the years 2005-10, male life expectancy in the UK increased by 17 weeks a year, while female life Read More
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Experience with online fitness trainer

Authors 1. Sayonee Mandal 2. Sarthak Choudhary 3. Ronak Agarwal 4. Nikhil Singh PGDM 1st Year Introduction The popularity of online personal training is rising rapidly. In many ways, it’s exactly like being trained by an expert in a gym: you’re given a tailored programme that you have to fulfil in order to attain your goals. The crucial difference, of course, is that the trainer isn’t next to you when workout. The validity of online personal training totally depends on person to person. Some people find it an effective and time-efficient way to work out, others miss the personal touch Read More
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This survey covers a wide range of public opinions on stress which affects their physical body, and begins with a summary of the key findings drawn from the survey analysis and strategic recommendations for communications. Stress is considered to be an integral part of one’s life; stress can be any kind of worry, Anxiety, hassle, trauma, tension, pain or pressure. Stress is sometimes avoidable but sometimes it is unavoidable and one has to become aware of certain measures and ways about how to manage it in an appropriate manner. However, this survey wouldn’t have been possible without my fellow member’s. Read More
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