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Pen Pal

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This report is prepared for the partial fulfillment of the First Semester of the MBA Curriculum of IBS, Hyderabad. During the course of completing the project, we came across so many different people who helped us in our project. Our sincere thanks go to Prof. Venugopal Rao, Marketing Faculty, who helped us in every possible way to do the project and learn something useful from it. We are highly grateful as in every step of our difficulty we received constant support from sir. We are also grateful to all our friends and all other people who are related to this project directly or indirectly and helped us to complete it in the stipulated time.




A Pen is an instrument used for writing with ink, formerly made of a reed, or of the quill of a goose or other bird, but now also of other materials, as of steel, gold, etc. Also originally a stylus or other instrument for scratching or graving. An instrument for writing regarded as a means of expression. Pens have a reservoir inside that holds the ink. The ink flows down into the nib, where it is dispensed by a thin slit. When a writer or artist draws a pen across a piece of paper, ink flows out of the slit. Gravity keeps it flowing along with what is known as capillary action. In capillary action, molecules of liquid adhere to one another, pulling each other along. When ink slides onto the paper, the molecular bond between the ink particles pull more ink behind, keeping the flow smooth and continuous. There are several different types of pens which come in variety of colors, shapes and assortments. The different types of pens especially include:- * A ballpoint pen.

* A fountain pen.
* A pen point.
* A...

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