An Infotainment Channel

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PROJECT
“AN INFOTAINMENT CHANNEL”

SUBJECT: INTODUCTION TO BUSINESS
GROUP MEMBERS * MATEEN MAHMOOD BUTT BBA-FA09-072 * M. TAAHA EJAZ BBA-FA09-063 * SYED FAWAD BBA-FA09-138 * ADNAN REHMAT BBA-FA09-007 * ZAHID KHALIL BBA-FA09-153 * HUMAYUN KHALID BBA-FA09-090

CLASS/SECTION: BBA 12-A
SUBMITTED TO: MADAM FUKAIHA KAKAKHEL.
DATE: 19-12-2009

DEDICATION

* To our parents. * To our respected teacher, Madam Fukaiha Kakakhel. * To our class BBA-12 A.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

* First of all thanks to ALLAH ALMIGHTY for giving us courage to complete this project in time. * Secondly thanks to our parents for supporting us morally and financially. * Thanks to our brothers and sisters. * Thanks to all of our class mates and friends who are always with us in a time of need. * Special thanks to our teacher Madam Fukaiha Kakakhel for her support, knowledge and love which she has given to her students, Madam we always want your support. * At the end thanks to all those people who helped us in different times through our life.

SIGNIFICANCE of PROJECT
As we are studying the course INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS in our first semester of BBA (HONS.) degree, so this project is very helpful for us so that we can understand the basics of any business. Due to this project we are able to understand the structure of business in detail. This project have provide us an opportunity to we develop our own business and to give its basic details. The project is very helpful to enhance our knowledge in the particular field of basics of business.

OBJECTIVE of PROJECT
The basic objective of this project is to give us a knowledge about the basics of any business, the people who run business, departmentalization in any business and other field of business.

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