Os Rashtra Deepika

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in partial fulfillment of the 3rd semester requirements for the award of the degree of Master of Business Administration of the Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam


REG.NO. 21942


Prof. Siby Joseph
Faculty, BIMS


DECLARATION I, Kelen James hereby declare that this project report entitled “ORGANISATION STUDY AT RASHTRADEEPIKA.. LTD.” has been prepared by me during the year 2010 – 2011, under the guidance of Mr. SIBY JOSEPH, Department of Management Studies, BIMS, Changanacherry.
I also hereby declare that this project report has not been submitted to any other University or Institute for the award of any degree or diploma.

Changanacherry Kelen James 13 - 06 - 2011

First of all I would like to thank God Almighty for His love, mercy and abundant grace that he has showered upon me during my project period and preparing the report. I would like to thank the Principal of St.Berchmans College, Fr. Tommy Padinjareeveetil for all his support and encouragement. I express my gratitude to Head of the Department Dr. Mathew Joseph and my project guide Mr. Siby Joseph for helping me for helping me and guiding me throughout the course of work and for having helping me and for valuable suggestions and for providing me with necessary books and reference materials. I also thank both of them for having encouraging and inspired me to complete the project at the right time.
I acknowledge my profound gratitude towards Msgr. Thomas Malekudy, Chairman and Mr.P.P.Sunny, Managing Director for giving the opportunity to do my organizational study in the company.

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