Eid Celebration and Poors

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Research proposal Report

Eid Celebration

&

Managing Budget of Lower Income Family

Submitted To:

Mr. Tahir Iqbal

Submitted By:

Saima M younus
MBA-III

Abstract

Acknowledgement

We are highly grateful to almighty Allah who gave us the power to complete this report

and we would also like to a very special thanks to our honorable teacher to Mr. Tahir

Iqbal DIHE ,  for providing us a golden opportunity to do this research whose help

, stimulating suggestions, knowledge, experience and encouragement helped us in all

the times of study and analysis of the project. without whom this report was almost

impossible. It was a really good learning experience working under him. We would also

thanks to all of those who supported us in any respect during the completion of

the project.

Table of C o n t e n t s

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Introduction ……………………………………... Page 5 ,6

Problem Statement …………………………...... Page 7

Research Hypothesis………………………….... Page 7

Research Objective…………………………….... Page 8

Sources of Information………………………...... Page 9

Method Of Data Collection……………….…..… Page 10

Sampling Techniques ………………………..…. Page 11

Instruments of Data Collection ……………..... Page 11

Statistical test to be used ……………………... Page 12

Data Analyses & Findings ……………………... Page 13

Discussion & Conclusion …………………..…. Page 14

Recommandation …………………………..…… Page 15

List Of References …………………………..…… Page 16

Apendix ………………………………………..….. Page 17

Introduction

Pakistan is a third world islamic country and there is inflation rate is very high .Inflation is described as a “Rise in money supply in an economy causes an increase in price levels. It is also reduces purchasing power of people in a country.”

Culture is a way of life of the people. It is their socially induced beliefs and practices, values, and behaviour that have been the basis of how they live and communicate to others. There are many traditional celebrations throughout the world. There is Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter. Not everyone or every culture, so to speak observes these celebrations. It depends on your background, culture, and beliefs.

Every year within our culture and religion we celebrate (Eid) al Fitr. Eid is the Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, the month in which the Qur'an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad it is the month of fasting Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fiṭr means "conclusion of the fast"; and so the holiday celebrates the conclusion of the thirty days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan. The first day of Eid, therefore, falls on the first day of the month Shawwal.Eid is almost like Christmas, with family gathering, festive attires, giving of gifts, and food, this holiday is very memorable.

In Pakistan, as the holy month of Ramadan comes to an...
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