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PROJECT ON:-

“RURAL ADVERTISING”

A PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

FOR THE DEGREE OF

BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

In partial fulfillment of requirements of the course

By:

SHREYA SOOD

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF

prof.Jidnya Patil

DEPARTMENT OF BMS

D.G.RUPAREL COLLEGE

MUMBAI-16

JANUARY 2012

RURAL ADVERTISING

BMS PROJECT

SHREYA SOOD

Prof.JIDNYA PATIL

D.G.RUPAREL COLLEGE MUMBAI-16

JANUARY 2012

STATEMENT BY THE CANDIDATE

I, SHREYA SOOD, wish to state that the work embodied in this project entitled ”RURAL ADVERTISING” is carried out under the supervision of prof. Patil, Department of BMS, D.G Ruparel College,Mumbai. This work has not been submitted for any other degree of this or any other universities.

.

Signature of candidate

__________________ Name of candidate

_______________ _________________________ Mrs.Jidnya Patil DR. PRAKASH SALVI
(SUPERVISOR) (BMS CO-ORDINATOR)

DECLARATION

I Miss. Shreya Sood of D.G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science and Commerce the student of Bachelor of Management Studies ( SemesterV ) ( 2011-2012 ) hereby declare that I have completed the project on “Rural Advertising” in the academic year of ( 2011-2012). The information collected

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