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A SUMMER TRAINING PROJECT REPORT ON

BAJAJ AUTO PVT LTD.

PREPARED BY

Pankaj Sankharva (M.B.A. 1st Year)
Chirag Manek (M.B.A. 1st Year)

R.K. COLLEGE OF BUISNESS MANAGEMENT
RAJKOT. (GUJARAT)
MAY – JUNE 2006.

I Pankaj Sankharva undersigned the student of M.B.A 1st Year. Of R.K. college of Business Management here by declares that the project work presented in this reports is my own work & has been carried out under supervision of Mr. Kumara Anjaria, Sales Manager of “Automotive Manufacturers Pvt Ltd” at Rajkot. It is a authorize showroom and service station of Bajaj Auto.

Date:-

Place :- Mr. Pankaj Sankharva

I n today’s competitive world the practical study forms an important part in each and every professional course. The MBA is a course in which the theoretical knowledge is backed by the practical study. That study is in the form of project. The Summer Training Project is one of the important parts of the curriculum. And each and every student has to work for the project. The summer project enables the students to know more about the application of theoretical knowledge. The current situation of the market is made known to the students when they undertake the project. The project gives better insides into the application part of the theory. The companies in an industry and their operations can be better known by the students when they analyze the data, and prepare the grand project.

This project is on the analysis of Two Wheeler market of Bajaj, Services of Bajaj dealer and Customer Perception as compared to Hero Honda. We have analyzed the industry very deeply and carefully project.

One can know about the current scenario of the Indian Two wheeler industry in India. This project enables the reader to have a look at the position of the Two Wheeler companies of the country.

T his is really a matter of...

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