Food Price Inflation and Its Impact in India

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FOOD PRICE INFLATION AND ITS IMPACT IN INDIA

Submitted By :
Sri Harshini Mudigonda
MBA G SEM III

Specialization: Finance – Marketing

Under The Guidance Of :
Dr.AZRA Ishrat
ABS ,LUCKNOW

STUDENT’S CERTIFICATE

Certified that this report is prepared based on the desertation thesis project undertaken by me for the topic FOOD PRICE INFLATION IN INDIA AND ITS IMPACT, under the able guidance of Dr . Azra Ishrat in partial fulfillment of the requirement for award of degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA-G) from Amity University, Uttar Pradesh.

Date.______________

Signature Signature Signature Sri Harshini M Dr Azra Ishrat Professor R P Singh Student Faculty Guide Director (ABS)

FACULTY CERTIFICATE
Forwarded here with a summer internship report on Food Price Infaltion In India and its Impact” submitted by SRI HARSHINI MUDIGONDA Enrollment NO., student of MBA (G) 4th Semester (2009-2011). This project work is partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master in Business Administration from Amity University Lucknow Campus, Uttar Pradesh.

Dr .Azra Ishrat
AMITY UNIVERSITY,
LUCKNOW CAMPUS
UTTAR PRADESH

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In the venture , cooperation is sought from many persons . It is my humble duty to express great sense of gratitude to my project guide Dr.Azra Israt under whose support and supervision made my project successful. . I would also like to thank ABS Director , Prof. R.P.Singh and under whose able guidance , was able to complete my project efficiently . Last but not the least , I would like to express my sincere thanks to AMITY BUSINESS SCHOOL for availing me with resources including library , internet etc in order to complete my research.

SRI HARSHINI MUDIGONDA

CONTENTS
S.no Topic Pg. No.
1. Student Certificate ………………………………………………… 2

2. Certificate of Faculty guide…………………………………………. 3

3. Certificate of the Industry guide……………………………………. 4

4. Acknowledgement……………………………………………………. 5

5. Executive Summary………………………………………………… . 8 – 9

6. Objective of the report……………………………………………….. 11

7. Chapter I – Introduction
Theoretical Presentation Of Topic……………12 – 41

8. Chapter II –…………………… 42 -59

9. Chapter III – Presentation Of Data & Analysis………………….. 60 – 72

10. Chapter IV - Findings , Suggestions & Conclusion………………73 – 76

11. Annexure ……………………………………………………………77 - 79 7

Balance Sheets
CV
12. Bibliography…………………………………………………………80

LIST OF TABLES
1. Table 1.1………………………………………………………….62 2. Table 1.2………………………………………………………….64 3. Table 1.3………………………………………………………….65 4. Table 1.4…………………………………………………….........67 5. Table 1.5………………………………………………………….68 6. Table 1.6………………………………………………………….70 7. Table 1.7………………………………………………………….71

LIST OF GRAPHS
1. Graph 1 – (a)……………………………………………………..63 2. Graph 1 – (b)……………………………………………………..64 3. Graph 1 – (c)……………………………………………………...66 4. Graph 1 – (d)……………………………………………………...67 5. Graph 1 – (e)………………………………………………………69 6. Graph 1 – (f)……………………………………………………….70 7. Graph 1 – (g)…………………………………………………….....72

LIST OF DIAGRAMS
1. Fig

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This paper examines the issues at stake in light of rising food prices and their impact . It first reviews the causes of high food prices, emphasizing those that are susceptible to action by governments.

One of the reasons identified for the present inflationary situation in India has been the high food prices. However, the nature of the contribution by this product category to the present...
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