Project Study Report
Training under taken at
Submitted in the partial fulfillment for the award of degree of Master of Business Administration
SUBMITTED BY:- SUBMITTED TO:- YOGESH SAINI
MBA III sem
RAJASTHAN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, KOTA
The field of finance refers to the concepts of time, money and risk and how they are interrelated. Finance is one of the most important aspects of business management. Without proper financial planning a new enterprise is unlikely to be successful. Managing money (a liquid asset) is essential to ensure a secure future, both for the individual and an organization. It generally involves balancing risk and profitability, while attempting to maximize an entity's wealth and the value of its stock
The project report is basically dedicated to the practical knowledge of the training. The main concern is to expose the industry, which I have chosen for the purpose. Each and every angle is focused here. The details are being discussed in this project report. The main objective is to understand & focus on the functions, role and various prospects of industry, look into its depth problems, problems in order to find out the ideal solution and then finally make practical applications of those solutions in order to judge the feasibility of the solution. Since my topic of project report is “WORKING CAPITAL” Therefore my major emphasis will be on the financial aspects of the company. It includes sales, production, cost, profit, liquidity and solvency analysis of this company. To study its Corporate Social Responsibility and its concern towards environment and safety also formed a part of my research area.
I, YOGESH SAINI student of M.B.A. program in hereby declare that all the information, facts, and figures, produced in this report are based in my own experience and study on “Financial Analysis of Ashok Leyland Ltd.”.
I further declare that all information and facts furnished in this project report are based on my intensive findings. They are supportive to the actual figures of audited statement.
Date: YOGESH SAINI
No work can be accomplished alone in this world. My project was no exception. It has been possible only through the guidance & help from many people around me. I have been fortunate to get constant guidance & encouragement from many, which helped me a lot to be successful in my efforts. This formal acknowledgement will hardly be sufficient to express my sincere thanks to all those for their help and guidance.
I am highly obliged to the Management of ASHOK LEYLAND LTD. for allowing me to undergo training in an esteemed organization like this.
I would like to express my gratitude & heartiest thanks to Mr.K Shridharan (Finance Manager) for providing me the golden opportunity to undertake the project in this organization.
I also take the opportunity to acknowledge the consent support and encouragement of Mr.Bhuvan Gupta (HOD MBA DEPTT. ) . Their pinpoint guidance, help & active co-operation has sub stained the efforts that has lead to the successful completion of this on job training.
Finally I would like to thank my parents and friends for their moral support without which it would have been difficult to pursue my course & successfully complete my project work
R J Shahaney, Chairman
Board of Directors
R J Shahaney, Chairman
D G Hinduja, Vice Chairman (Alternate Y M Kale)
D J Balaji Rao A K Das (Alternate: P Banerjee) P N Ghatalia...
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