CUSTOMER SATISFACTION WITH THE PREPAID BROKERAGE SYSTEM OF “RELIANCE MONEY”
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF
Master of Business Administration
Submitted by: KAINAT CHOWDHARY
ENROLMENT NO. 2008-502-045
Under Supervision of:
MR. SYED. NADIM UL HAQUE
CERTIFICATE FROM FACULTY SUPERVISOR
I would like to convey my gratefulness to my thesis advisor, Mr. Sayed. Nadim – Ul –Haque for his incessant assistance and continuous encouragement. I am thankful to him for his cooperation and setting of deadlines, which increased the pace of my work and my dedication. He has provided me helpful comments and suggestions at various stages of working on my thesis. Mafiza, thank you for your generosity in providing me the requisite instructions and much needed technical advice.
I would like to thank Mr. Asad Khan, for giving me an insight to work on Reliance money and eventually making me to fall in love with the topic. One does not often find someone who relentlessly finds the time for listening to the small roadblocks and little problems that inevitably surface in the path of doing research. His support and encouragement is what made this study possible.
Never would I skip an opportunity to thank my parents, Shakira Begum and Late Atiq Ahmad Chowdhary, for their selfless love and dedication and the many years of support.
Thank you my sis (Zaina & Rukhsar) , for instilling in me the desire to be the numero-uno in all fields.
I also wish to put across my thankfulness to all those who in some way or the other contributed to my work.
( Kainat Chowdhary)
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