Indian Marketing

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How do you aspire to shape your country's future?
I G.Ravi kumar completed btech this year in june.when iam in schoolage I was 2nd topper in 10th standard and after that I wrote the entrance exam for admission into diploma and I have got 179th rank in this statelevel exam.So,I have joined in top 1 college of Hyderabad.At the end of this degree I placed in a company which works on RF communications and completed 7months of work which includes the training period also.At last I realized that there won’t be any growth if a student works with a low qualification.So,I came out of the company and wrote the entrance exam for admission into engineering college and I got admission in Mallareddy engineering college.If I prepared for the entrance exam I would have got admission in the top 5 colleges.
The future of india in product development and marketing is a little confused output.Most the areas in this country are highly marketing foreign goods when compared to Indian goods.About % of the total rawmaterials are imported from other countries which is a matter to think about it.
Why can’t we improve our product development.Why should we encourage foreign goods and services?
Why are foreign products are cheaper than Indian products eventhough the rawmaterials are imported from other countries.
There are chances to improve the growth of this country through product development and marketing and I raise my hand to involve in these developments for my country.
I would like to join MBA to learn the courses related to it by spending my precious…...

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