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Project Report

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Summer Training at Krishak Bharti Co-Operative Ltd. HAZIRA

Submitted by: Exam Nos.

Deepak Sharma 85 Anish Nair 46 Zaid Patel 70 Kevin Varsani 101 Tandel Gracee 93

Submitted to:

Radha Vyas Jueela Mankar Namrata Khilochiya Hiren Patel

Vivekanand College for BBA, Surat
Academic Year-2006-07

ACKNOWLEGMENT

Sharing our experience is one of the biggest honors, which every one cannot experience. To share our experience at KRIBHCO as management student is a matter grate honor and pride. We are grateful to KRIBHCO for letting us to do this project. We express our gratitude to Mr. Sunil jain (P&A Manager) Mr.Sampat (store department), Mr. Thomas T.S. (F & A Deptt), Mr. M.N Patel (H.R.D Deptt) .We are really thankful to employees of KRIBHCO who have been guiding us in this path Step by step and have made our path really simple to get through .we will use this experience through out our career and will make our future bright. So once again we thank all of them. In regard to this programmed, we would like to acknowledge our gratitude and Thanks to coordinator, Vivekanand College for B.B.A Veer Narmad South Gujarat University for catering us the opportunity of training. We also forward our special thanks to director sir Mr.vipul joshi and faculty member Mrs. Radha Vyas, Mrs. Jueela mankar for guiding us in training Programme. The valuable suggestion of our…...

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