LALA LAJPAT RAI COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND
ECONOMICS, MAHALAXMI, MUMBAI-400034
A PROJECT REPORT ON
“DIFFERENT TRENDS IN CIGARETTE SMOKING AMONGST YOUNGSTERS” SUBMITTED BY
MR. ABHISHEK JHAVERI
SUBMISSION DATE – 23/12/2011
PROJECT GUIDE: PROF.VINAY PANDIT
BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
ACADEMIC YEAR – 2011 -2012
I, ABHISHEK JHAVERI, a student of LALA LAJPAT RAI COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMICS, MAHALAXMI, MUMBAI- 400034, studying in T.Y.B.M.S. hereby declare that we have completed this project on “DIFFERENT TRENDS IN CIGARETTE SMOKING AMONGST YOUNGSTERS” during the academic year 2010-2011. The information submitted is true and original to the best of our knowledge.
SIGNATURE OF STUDENT
I, PROF.VINAY PANDIT, hereby certify that ABHISHEK JHAVERI of LALA LAJPAT RAI COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMICS, MAHALAXMI, MUMBAI-400034, studying in T.Y.B.M.S. has completed his project on “DIFFERENT TRENDS IN CIGARETTE SMOKING AMONGST YOUNGSTERS” during the academic year 2011-2012. The information submitted is true and original to the best of my knowledge.
SIGNATURE OF PROFESSOR
“Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.” – Arthur Ashe. It is indeed a great pleasure of pride to be able to present this project of “DIFFERENT TRENDS IN CIGARETTE SMOKING AMONGST YOUNGSTERS” The completion of the project work is a step ahead in the life of students who want to show their creativity in their education career. I would like to take the opportunity to thank our Professor, MR. VinayPandit for his constant guidance and support and Coordinator Mr. ArunPujari and other members of our respected teaching staff. I would also like to thank the Library Staff of LALA LAJPAT RAI COLLEGE for extending coordination and cooperation. I am deeply thankfully to my friends for their support, coordination, encouragement and help.
Shopping malls are considered by far the best way retailing under one roof. It because of the growing number of shopping malls and the change in consumer perception that the different demographic factors play a major role in in the decision making of the consumer.With respect to the topic of this research report the purpose of study is to investigate the consumer decision-making styles in shopping malls. In this report it is judge that how consumer decision-making changes from person to person; in both the positive and negative ways impacts are observed. The research has been conducted at different shopping malls, Apartments of different areas to survey different age groups and it is observed that consumer decision making styles in shopping malls differs from person to person. Moreover consumer decision-making styles, in shopping malls do also differs between people of different occupations. All the data is collected through Questionnaire filled by people under different genders to analyze and test hypothesis and to give recommendation. I am thankful to Prof. Vinaypandit for giving us an opportunity and encouragement to do this study. Suggestions are welcome for our study.
Shopping malls contribute to business more significantly than traditional markets, which were viewed as simple convergence of supply and demand. Shopping malls attract buyers and sellers, and induce customers providing enough time to make choices as well as a recreational means of shopping. However, competition between malls, congestion of markets and traditional shopping centers has led mall developers and management to consider alternative methods to build excitement with customers. This study examines the impact of growing congestion of shopping mall in urban areas on shopping conveniences and shopping behavior. Based on the survey of urban shoppers, the study analyzes the cognitive attributes of the shoppers towards attractiveness of shopping...