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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT Affiliated with GGSIP University, Delhi Approved By AICTE, Govt of India, Ministry of HRD ISO 9001-2008 Certified Institute

INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT 

Vision

EDITORIAL BOARD

The Institute aims to be a center of excellence promoting value based Quality Education in the emerging areas of advanced professional studies in Information Technology & Management.

Patron: Shri J. C. Sharma

Mission

Editor:

The Institute endeavours to contribute towards meeting the growing demands for competent and trained Information Technology professionals, Software Engineers and World Class Managers determined to achieve.

Director: Prof. (Dr.) Rachita Rana

Dr. Abhiruchi S. Verma Assistant Editors: Ms. Alka Sanjeev Ms. Nidhi Grover Ms. Latika Malhotra

PRAGYA: Wisdom that Leads to Realization PRAGYA is the annual students’ magazine of IITM which marks the culmination of all the academic, curricular and co-curricular activities undertaken every year towards the holistic development of the students. It departs greatly from the casual attitude of the normal students’ magazine and projects a professional image while providing a platform to the students to showcase their best acknowledged projects. A project is always an exhaustive and laborious affair. This academic exercise helps in the holistic development of the students. The various projects that the students undertake are a means for exhibiting their logical bent of mind. Any project is a work of immense hard work and toil as students successfully run dynamic online applications or do SWOT analysis, market surveys and research etc. The journey that the students undertake during their summer internship or projects bring in an enhanced knowledge set and understanding of concepts coupled with their implementation. The third issue of PRAGYA also carries reflections on contemporary issues through essays and gives a colorful kaleidoscopic view of the activities organized at the institute. Happy Reading! Editorial Team

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3.

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Message From The Chairman Message From The Director Summer Internships • A Study on Recruitment and Grievance Handling Strategies • Streamlining Recruitment and Selection Practices in HCL Infosystem • TDS on Foreign Remittances at Steel Authority of India Limited • A Study on Competitive Nature of Forex Market at Sharekhan • List of BBA Summer Training Projects 2013-2014 • IITM Knowledge Portal • Telephone Management System • List of BCA Summer Training Projects 2013-2014 • Leave Management System at IOCL (Pipelines Division), Noida • Analysis on Financial Features of Cipla Ltd. for February 2014 and its Comparison with CNX Pharma • List of MBA Summer Training Projects 2013-2014 • Student Record Maintainer • List of MCA Summer Training Projects 2013-2014 Cultural Cosmos Reports Repertoire • Role of Advertising Liking on Purchase Intention • Student’s Perception towards Studying Abroad • Students’ Perception towards Social Media with special reference to “Whatsapp”. • A Study on Student Perception towards Social Networking Sites with specific reference to “Facebook”. • List of BBA Major Projects 2013-2014 • Online Employee Management System • Online Video Downloading • E-Learning • Online Maquillage Website Using PHP • List of BCA Major Projects 2013-2014 • An Analytical Study of Performance Appraisal System at Dabur India Ltd. • A Comprehensive Study on Recruitment & Selection Policy at J K Papers Ltd • List of MBA Major Projects 2013-2014 • e MANAGiNS • TESTCUBE - Online Test Management Application • List of MCA Major Projects 2013-2014 Snippets From The Sports Ground Anthology: Articles/Dissertations • Industrial Sickness: A Case Study on Chemical Industry in India Post Liberalization • Occupational Safety and Health • Personal Selling Process: A Case Study of Eureka Forbes Ltd. • Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis of Axis Bank And Bank of Maharashtra for The Period of 2011-2012 • List of BBA Dissertation Topics 2013-2014 • Virtual Classroom using VB.NET • Computerized Examination System • Railway Reservation System • Hospital Management System • List of BCA Minor Projects 2013-2014 • Article on ISCSI: The Future Of Network Storage • Article on Future Programming Techniques • Article on Higher Education In India • Article on Fingerprint Recognition System By Neural Networks • List of MCA Projects 2013-2014 Expressions • Reforms In Education Sector • Taekwondo Alumni Reflections: Knitted and Networked Convocation at IITM

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN

It gives me immense pleasure to extend a warm welcome to all the readers of the fourth issue of PRAGYA, the students’ magazine of IITM. Our students are encouraged to widen their knowledge base and study beyond the confines of the syllabus. PRAGYA reflects and showcases this quest for knowledge and wisdom. Having successfully traversed the path of growth, IITM has grown in stature and strength today, and has become one of the finest educational institutions dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and excellence. We train our students to think logically, systematically, analytically and logically, so that they may move towards their goals with a focused goal. The quality education that we impart to our students at IITM enlightens their minds and enthuse their hearts towards dreaming big and aiming high. True to its motto, Nurturing Excellence, IITM has always aspired to impart holistic education to its students by inculcating human, intellectual, spiritual and moral values in them. PRAGYA is a stepping stone as IITM scales greater heights in its quest for excellence. I appreciate the earnest effort of our students and the editorial team.

Shri J. C. Sharma Chairman

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR

IITM while on the journey to achieve excellence embarked on “Process Oriented Approach”. We identified processes, issued various academic circulars and administrative instructions to define various activities to be carried out for effective management of institutional systems. The projects carried out by the students at IITM are the result of this. Pragya gives a platform to showcase these projects and it is heartening to note that the fourth issue of Pragya is on its way. I congratulate the editorial team and invite suggestions and feedback from the readers so that this journey of wisdom is undertaken fruitfully.

Prof. (Dr.) Rachita Rana Director

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  SUMMER INTERNSHIPS  A STUDY ON RECRUITMENT AND GRIEVANCE HANDLING STRATEGIES Lilliput Kidswear Limited was founded by Sanjeev Narula – a first generation entrepreneur in 1991. Today, Lilliput has a strong presence in both domestic and international markets in kids wear. In today’s competitive world Management Interns have to put rigorous hard work to survive in the business world. They should be well groomed and well acquainted with functioning of the corporate world. The three months Industrial Training is an integral part of Management Program which aims to provide the management students with an adequate exposure of the various operations that are taking place in an Industry. As a Preeti Singh BBA (M1) - V Enroll. No.: 03413701711 Batch: 2011-2014

-Preeti Singh Management intern, with Lilliput Kidswear Ltd., working in the Human Resource Division for two months was an experience that enabled me to practically implement the theoretical concepts learned so far. The internship involved a through and detailed study of the company practices with respect to recruitment and grievance handling to understand their application and significance. It was a very educative experience in a professional environment which helped me in gaining a practical overview of the corporate work culture.

Guide: Ms. Preeti Sharma Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Summer Training Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged asone of the best projects in BBA.

A STUDY ON COMPETITIVE NATURE OF FOREX MARKET AT SHAREKHAN Sharekhan, one of India's leading brokerage houses, is the retail arm of SSKI. With over 510 share shops in 170 cities, and India's premier online trading portal. Sharekhan provides equity based products (research, equities, derivatives, depository, margin funding, etc.). With their research expertise, customer commitment and superior technology, they provide investors with end-toend solutions in investments. They provide trade execution services through multiple channels - an Internet platform, telephone and retail outlets. A Dematerialized account is opened by the investor while registering with an investment broker (or sub-broker). The Dematerialized Divya Mukhi BBA (E2) - V Enroll. No.: 16921101711 Batch: 2011-2014

-Divya Mukhi account number is quoted for all transactions to enable electronic settlements of trades to take place. Every shareholder will have a Dematerialized account for the purpose of transacting shares. Dial and Trade is a service provided by SHAREKHAN. It helps customers to withdraw their cash through telephonic medium, to place an order of Buying / Selling of: Shares / Currency / Commodity, to unlock their account etc. The summer training internship at Sharekhan indeed broadened my knowledge base about the forex market and provided a valuable insight into the practical aspects of the various financial instruments handled at Sharekhan. Guide: Ms. Vibha Sharma Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Summer Training Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as one of the best project in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT 

STREAMLINING RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES IN HCL INFOSYSTEM -Sonal Arora

HCL Infosystems is one of the pioneers in the Indian IT market, with its origins in 1976 HCL Infosystems is among the leading players in all the segments comprising the domestic IT products, solutions and related services business, which includes PCs, servers, networking products, imaging & communication products. Its frontline Division has actively promoted the penetration of PCs in the home and the small office/home office (SOHO) segments, through Beanstalk PCs, Toshiba Laptops & Dragon Speech Recognition Systems. Mobility division deals with telecom business of HCL. It draws its strength from 30 years of experience in handling the ever changing IT scenario. HCL’s top management has formed its R&D Department, which focuses on the continuous innovation in order to make HCL the best in today’s cutthroat competition. HCL believes in “wealth maximization rather than profit maximization”. HCL implements, upgrades, enhance, rolls out and manages complete end-to-end ERP solutions for customers. The aim of this project is to study the recruitment process of HCL Infosystems Ltd &finding the gap in an elaborate manner. I took this project in order to understand the various aspects of recruitment like sources of recruitment, recruitment & selection process to

Sonal Arora BBA (M1) - V Enroll. No.: 03413701711 Batch: 2011-2014

name a few in this company. It has helped me in gaining the in depth knowledge and to get acquainted with various processes related to recruitment like screening process and many more. This project has helped me in getting the knowledge related to the hiring procedure of an organization. The project involved learning about the head hunting process i.e. pulling right CVs from various sources like job portal, agencies etc, analyzing those CVs as per the requirement of the organization. Once candidates are identified, an organization can begin the selection process. The source of recruitment which is the most reliable according to HR team is job portal and then the referrals. Compensation fitment is the big problem which the recruiters face while recruiting and profile understanding creates a problem between the hiring manager and the business manager. These days, its not just salaries which pull the candidate in but various factors like brand, culture, location ,job security, reputation of the company etc play a major role in recruiting a talented professional. HCL is facing major challenges from its competitors in terms of product, revenue and human resources. It is on the path of facing the challenges effectively and moving towards success.

Guide: Ms. Pankaj Handa Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Summer Training Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as one of the best project in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  TDS ON FOREIGN REMITTANCES AT STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED -Himanshi Sabharwal The purpose of this report was to gain practical knowledge and experience on the working of an organisation. This internship report describes learning experiences during internship period. The report contains an overview of the company and the activities, tasks and projects that have been worked on during the internship. It also describes and reflects my learning objectives and personal goals that I had set during my internship period. Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) is the leading steel-making Company in India. It is a fully integrated iron and steel maker, producing both basic and special steels for domestic construction, engineering, power, railway, automotive and defence industries and for sale in export markets. Among the seven Maharatnas of the country's Central Public Sector Enterprises, SAIL is among the top five highest profit earning corporate of the country. With an annual production of 13.5 million metric tons, SAIL is the 14th largest steel producer in the world. This report starts with the profile of the company, where it gives the overview of the firm in brief, its vision, mission, products, structure of the company, market share, present leadership & position of the company. Further on, the SWOT analysis, functional analysis of the company has been done which gives an insight to the basic building blocks of the report.

It has been found that strong employee workforce with over 1,30,000 employees, having technical & managerial expertise in the industry is one of the strengths of SAIL. Whereas, ever changing Government policies, economic trends and increase in raw material costs are some of the threats faced by SAIL. SAIL's marketing set-up, the ISO 9001:2008 certified Central Marketing Organization (CMO), is India's largest industrial marketing set-up. CMO is primarily responsible for marketing of steel items, including carbon, alloy and special steel products, produced by the steel plants of SAIL. While doing functional analysis it has been observed that SAIL, is in the process of modernizing and expanding its production units, raw material resources and other facilities to maintain its dominant position in the Indian steel market. The objective is to achieve a production capacity of 26.2 MTPA of Hot Metal from the base level production of 14.6 MTPA (2006-07 – Actual). This internship report also provides an overview of tax on foreign remittances and objective and coverage of Section 195 of Income Tax Act, 1961. Finally the report ends with a conclusion that describes the work experience gained by me in the company. It also briefly explains the conceptual and practical clarity gained during summer training in terms of practices followed by the company in different functional areas of management.

Himanshi Sabharwal BBA (E1) - V Enroll. No.: 05821101711 Batch: 2011-2014

Guide: Dr. Abhiruchi S. Verma Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Summer Training Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged asone the best project in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING SUMMER VACATION 2013-2014 BY STUDENTS OF BBA SEMESTER V (BATCH 2011-14) * S. NO. 1 2

ENROLLMENT NO. 00113701711 00613701711

STUDENT’S NAME Chetan Raj Martolia Bhanu Prakash

TITLE A Detailed Study on Currency Derivatives Training and Development

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Manish Kant

A Survey of Industrial Markets for Abrasive product

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Prashant Gautam Hemant Kumar

Taking Rreviews of the Products from the Users Recruitment and Selection Process

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Rohit Kumar

Marketing Strategies at Carborandum Universal Ltd.

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Devesh Amit Kumar

Sales Management at Kapsons Promotion Strategies

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Ravindra Kumar

A Study on Marketing Effectiveness

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Shivani Sunil Kumar Manish Kumar Arushi Walia Priya Kumari Vinay Kumar Pooja Khairnar

A Study on Customer Satisfaction An Overview of Indian Stock Market A Study on Pricing Policies Performance Management Effectiveness Pricing Strategies and its Effectiveness A Study on Recruitment and Selection Process A Study on Stock Maintaining

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Akanksha Sharma

A Study on Recruitment and Selection Process

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Richa Bhatia Anadi Bhardwaj

HR Practices at Reliance Communications Marketing Strategies at DSA

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Manisha Dev

Financial Assessment of Microtech International Pvt. Ltd

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Ria Grover Preeti Singh Manish Nagpal

Recruitment and Selection at Dream Merchant Recruitment and Selection at Liliput Currency Derivatives at Sharekhan

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Vikas Jain

Financial Assessment of Adroit Business Solutions(P) Ltd.

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Akshay Jain Tejasvi Sharma

Marketing Strategies at CityCom Currency Derivatives at Sharekhan

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Shivangi Sodhi

Recruitment and Selection at HealthFore

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Jasveen Singh Bhatia Sagar Kapoor

Currency Derivatives at Sharekhan Currency Derivatives at Sharekhan

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Ashneet Kaur

Promotion Strategies at International Coil Limited

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Ekta Sharma Prince Philip

Marketing & Sales Strategies at Outlook Products and Services of Sharekhan

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Sourabh Bansal

Marketing Stratergies at Maruti Suzuki Ltd.

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Kratika Rawat Geetanjali Barrot Vishal Rajpal Anjali

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Deepam Srivastava

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Sonal Arora

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Nimit Manchanda

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Geetika Tiwari

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Bhaskar Bhati Tripti Mehra Ritika Bhola Anuradha Jain Chandan Chopra

A Study on Customer Satisfaction at Shri Krishna Overseas A Study on TALLY. ERP 9 at HBN Diaries & Allied Ltd. A Detailed Report on Currency Derivatives A Study on HR Policies of Sharekhan Ltd. A Study of e-Commence and Sales Promotion at Outlook India Pvt. Ltd. Streamlining Recruitment & Selection Practices in HCL Infosystem A Detailed Report on Currency Derivatives Performance management Effectiveness at Mahindra & Mahindra Corporation Ltd. Detailed Report on Currency Derivatives A Study on HR Policies of Microtech International Pvt. Ltd A Study on HR Policies of Devyog Impex Pvt Ltd HR Policies of Henkel Loctitle P Ltd, Detailed Report on Trading Derivatives

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Abdur Rahman Dhurv Thakur

Marketing Strategies of Sharekhan Ltd. Employee Performance Management

COMPANY Sharekhan Ltd Lenovo Carborundum Universal Limited Dhanuka Agritech Ltd Air India Carborundum Universal Limited Kapsons ICICI Policy World Technology Pvt Ltd. Delhi Supply Agency Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd Hyundai Motor India National Fertilisers Ltd Outlook India International Coil Ltd. Rajdeep Cement Pvt. Ltd. Delhi Duty Free Services Pvt. Ltd Reliance Communication Delhi Supply Agency Microtech International Pvt. Ltd Dream Merchant Liliput (HR) Sharekhan Adroit Business Solutions(P) Ltd. CityCom Networks Pvt Ltd Sherkhan Healthfore technologies (Religare) Sharekhan Sharekhan International Coil Limited (Gurgaon) Out Look, Safdarjang Sharekhan Maruti Suzuki Ltd (Marketing), Rohtak Shri Krishna Overseas HBN Dairies & Allied Ltd Sharekhan Ltd Vodafone India Ltd Outlook India Pvt Ltd HCL Infosystem Ltd Sharekhan Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Corporation Ltd Sharekhan Ltd Microtek International Pvt Ltd Devyog Impex Pvt. Ltd Henkel Locite Pvt Ltd Sharekhan Ltd System3 NetTechnologies Pvt Ltd Armor 5 Software Securities pvt Ltd



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Siddharth Tehlan Ankit Jain

Videocon Industries Ltd Hero MotoCorp. Ltd Magnon Solutions Pvt. Ltd

Komal Kapoor Shivangi Kapoor Minansha Tanwar

HR Policies of Videocon industries Ltd A Study on Marketing Strategies Gamut of HR Activities at Magnon Solutions Pvt. Ltd. A Study of Comparative Analysis of SMC Global Securities LTD and its Competitors A Study on 4 P's of Outlook India Marketing Strategies of Sharekhan Ltd. Marketing Strategies of JK Tyres & Industries Ltd A Study on Derivatives at Unicorn Securities Pvt. Ltd Marketing Strategies of Times of India Functional Analysis of the Human Resource Recruitment Procedure at NBCC Derivatives- Future and Options at Sharekhan limited Sales Management Process at Steelbird Hi-Tech India Ltd. A Study on Employee Relation at SAIL

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Divya Sood

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Shipra Pandey Krishan Varun Chirag Vashist Anmol Wadhwa Dinesh Bhatia Harshdeep Singh

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Priyam Saluja

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Harneet Kaur Johar

Financial Analysis of NBCC

NBCC

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Rushil Oberoi Namrata Singh

Siemens Ltd Volkswagen Atric Pvt. Ltd.

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Surbhi Sabharwal

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Lesley Sam Sajen Param Preet Singh Neha Sharma Monica Anwani Avneet Kaur

Power Generation Status in India: A Case of SIEMENS Sales Management Process at Volkswagen Atric Pvt. Ltd. Functional Analysis of the Human Relation & Employee Welfare Schemes at NBCC Analysis of Marketing Strategy of DLF (Real Estate) Effectiveness of Media Planning on Real Estate Ration Analysis of Uniglow Structure Ltd. A Study on Financial Aspects at Bharat Electronics Ltd. Recruitment and Selection at Indopacific Education Services

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Aastha Agarwal

A Study on Customer Perception towards Investment

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Juhi Malhotra

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Aman Miglani Ashutosh Dhingra Pooja Jain Dinesh Yadav Akshay Khatri Akshay Joshi

A Study on Functional Analysis of the Marketing Mix at NBCC A Study on Production Management A Study on Management of Accounts Financial management of Diksha Spring Udoyag A Comparative Analysis of Sharekhan A Study on Marketing Analysis of Minda Autocare Ltd. A Study on Future and Options at Sharekhan Ltd

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Kanishk Jain

A Study on Marketing Strategies of OPC Ltd.

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Raman Chhabra Nupur Aggarwal Aastha Arora

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Urvashi Dhiman

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Pallavi Grewal

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Aanchal Nigam Bhavya Kashyap

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Ajay Singh Rawat

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Nupur Aggarwal

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Lakshay Rawal

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Charandeep Singh

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Kunal Mehta

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Divya Sundriyal

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Rohit Sapra Mohit Kumar Dhaka Sarthak Bhardwaj

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Isha Kashyap

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Smriti Grover

A Study on Marketing Mix at Jai Bharat Steel Ltd. A Study of Marketing Mix at SVS Buildwel Pvt. Ltd. A Study on Marketing Startegies of Usha International Ltd. A Study on Recruitment and Selection in G India Technologies A Study on Financial Analysis of India Bulls Housing Finance Ltd. A Study on Financial Analysis of Bank of India A Study on Marketing Strategies at Lenovo Company A Study on Analysis of Production System at Kunj Forgings Pvt. Ltd. A Study on Financial Analysis of Kangra Cooperative Bank for the year 2012-13 A Study on Functional Analysis of the Human Resource at Nokia Siemens Network A Study on Product Differentiation at Poly Extrusions Private Ltd. A Study on Marketing Strategies at Toyota A Study on Analysis of HRM and Financial Overview at Craft International A Study on Taxation and Finance Strategies at CMC Ltd. A Study on Marketing Analysis at Britannia A Study on Production Management at JB Rolling Steel. A Study on Human Resource Strategies at Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. A Study on Marketing Strategies at Poly Extrusions Private Ltd.

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Anchal Pahwa

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Taxation Policy of Apollo Tyres

Global Securities Outlook India Sharekhan JK Tyres & Industries Ltd Unicorn Financial Services The Times of India NBCC Sharekhan Ltd. Steelbird Hi-Tech India Ltd SAIL

NBCC DLF (Real Estate) Earth Infrastructure Ltd Uniglow Structure Ltd Bharat Electronics Ltd. Indopacific Education Services Birla Sun Life asset management company National Building Construction Corporation Ltd. Jai Bharat Steel Ltd. Reddy Pharmaceutical Ltd. Diksha Spring Udyog Sharekhan Ltd Minda Autocare Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd OPC Technology Japan Pvt. Ltd. Jai Bharat Steel Ltd. SVS Buildwel Pvt. Ltd. USHA International Ltd. G India Technologies India Bulls Housing Finance Ltd. Bank of India Lenovo Laptops Kunj Forgings Pvt. Ltd. Kangra Cooperative Bank Nokia Siemens Poly Extrusions Private Ltd. Toyota Motor Corporation Craft International CMC Ltd. Britannia Jai Bharat Steel Ltd. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Poly Extrusions private Ltd Apollo Tyres



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Khushal Malhotra Kuljeet Singh Dhruv Malhotra Rohit Mahajan Siddhant Khurana Shubham Rastogi Lokesh Singh Uday Jain

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Saad Ahmed Khan

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Satveer Singh

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ARUN

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Pritee Rai Vishal Sharma Chirag Goenka Nikhil Aggarwal Karan Lodhi Bhanu Sharma

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Shriya Ganguly

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Smriti Sachdeva Tarun Saini Pooja Chhibber

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Jaydeep Singh Sodhi

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Srishti Arora

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Anjum Khan

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Aparna Tanwar Sarthak Goel Jasmine Jungla Himanshi Sabharwal Kritika Bhardwaj Akanksha Khanduja Rohan Sehgal Sahil Sethi Ankur Malik

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Neeru Yadav

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Siddhi Jain Nishant Chadha

Compensation Strategy at Prehri Protection System Pvt. Ltd. Brand extension of NDTV Goodtimes Financial Module of SAP: Comprehension & Understanding

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Chirag Grover

Ratio Analysis of R P Basia &Co. Chartered Accountants

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Swati Gupta Neelima Sharma

Currency Trading In India Customer Satisfaction at Satin Creditcare Network Ltd.

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Ravi Bhama

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Sanya Kathuria Kritika Saini Himshweta Ashish Punyani Kapil Dhankher Ridayh Ramola Kashika Chugh Shakeel Khan Manish Chahal Prakteek Oberoi Apurav Sharma Rohan Mehta Simrat Singh Walia

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Pratik Surana

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Jyoti Sharma Manjot Singh Nikita Parasher

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A Study on Manufacturing of PVC Products A Study on Risk Management at Sharekhan Ltd. A Study on Risk Management at Sharekhan Ltd. A Study of 4 P's of Marketing at Outlook India A Study on Marketing Strategy of Sharekhan Ltd. Marketing Strategy of Ease my Trip.com A Study on 4 P's of Marketing A Study on Marketing Strategy of Sharekhan Ltd A Study on Working Pattern of Sales and Marketing Department Study on Leave and Passage A Summer Training Project Report on a Study on Marketng Strategies Conducted at Supertech Private Limited Consumer Preference for Zenith Solutions Study of Marketing Strategies Analysis of Operations Management Process Financial Analysis of Nokia Siemens Network Analysis of Human Resource Management Current Scenario of Currency Trading in India A Summer Training Project Report on Study of HR Practices in Aerolux Financial Analysis of Rohan Metals Private Limited Analysis of Production Management Process Current Scenario of Currency Trading in India A Study on Marketing Operations Financial Analysis of Honda Study on Funds for Micro Finance Company Calculation of Individual Tax Marketing Strategies of Global Travels Study of Marketing Strategies of TOI TDS on Foreign Remittances Marketing Strategies of Axis Bank A Study of Marketing Mix of TOI A Study of Production Mix of B J Springs Ltd Study on Effective ways of Marketing Research

Ratio Analysis of Topwheels Tour & Travels Pvt. Ltd. Ratio Analysis at INGVysya Bank H R Strategies at Kotak Mahindra Human Relations at Paradigm Pvt. Ltd. Marketing Strategies at Dimple Plastic Human Relations at Nokia Siemens Marketing Strategies at Tulip A Study on Letter of Credit at Shri Lal Mahal Financial Statement at HDFC A Study on Product Portfolio at Jevica Engineers A Study on Financial Statement Analysis at Pancea Biotec Study on Marketing Research at Akbar International Current Scenerio of Currency Trading in India A Study on Marketing Mix at B.J Spring Limited Post Purchase Satisfaction Level of Hyundai Motor India Ltd. Current Scenerio of Currency Trading in India Banking Function for SME's at ING Vysya Bank A Project on Market Visibility of Panasonic

Poly Extrusions India Pvt. Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd. Outlook India Sharekhan Ease my Trip.com Poly Extrusion India Pvt. Ltd Sharekhan Sahara India T V Network Air India Limited Supertech Private Limited Zenith Solutions Standard Life Insurance Kunj Forging Private Limited Nokia Siemens Network Dharampal and Satyapal Group ShareKhan Aerolux Private Limited Rohan Metals Private Limited Kunj Forging Private Limited ShareKhan Indo European Education Services Pvt. Ltd. Roshan Motors Honda Satin Creditcare Network Limited Amit Sudarshan& Associates Global Travels The Times of India Steel Authority of India Ltd Axis Bank ltd The Times of India B J Springs Ltd Megamenu Pvt Ltd Prehri Protection System Pvt Ltd NDTV Goodtimes HCL Infosystems ltd R P Basia &Co. Chartered Accountants Sharekhan Ltd. Satin Creditcare Network Ltd. Topwheels Tour & Travels Pvt. Ltd. ING Vysya Bank Kotak Mahindra Paradigm Pvt. Ltd Dimple Plastic Nokia Siemens Tulip Shri Lal Mahal HDFC Jevica Engineers Pancea Biotec Akbar International Sharekhan Limited B.J. Spring Ltd. Hyundai Motor India Limited ShareKhan Limited ING Vysya Bank Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd.

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Nikesh Grewal

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Chitra Attri

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Dhruvin Jain Yashik Vij Ankit Malik

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Akhil Malhotra

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Ankit Kapoor

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Anurag Bhatia

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Vivek Rana Harmeet Singh

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Leah Sansoha

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Anmol Devgan Nimit Singh Tariyal Harshit Khetwani Ramandeep Singh

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Hitesh Arora

172 173

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Rohit Malhotra Anuj Suneja

Employee Relations at Steel Authority of India Ltd. A Study of Performance Appraisal System at Selvon International Financial Analysis of HDFC Bank Marketing Strategies of Credent Portfolio Management Marketing Strategies of Max Bupa Health care A Study of Financial Reports for ICICI Prudential Life Insurance A Study of Marketing Mix at Crafts International Ltd. Analysis of Orientation Programme Process at Yug Securities Ltd. Marketing Strategies of Airtel A Study on Financial Analysis at Reliance Life Insurance A Study on Marketing Function at Smart Equity Brokers Pvt. Ltd. A Study on Marketing Function of Mutual Funds at ICICI Functional Analysis of Human Resource Department Consumer Perception Towards Bharti Airtel A Study of Business Functional Ares of HUL Dynamics of Agency Recruitment at Bharti AXA Life Insurance Analytical Study of Sharekhan Products and Services Analytical Study of Organization Structure of Raymond

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Ishita Sawhney

Performance Appraisal System at Newgen Software

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Preksha Khanna

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Kanika Alagh

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Shivani

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Payal Batra

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Garima Dogra

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Simerpreet Singh Avneet Singh Monga Vishal Ganotra

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Akshay Jain

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Kanhaiya Bageria

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Ashish Arora

Marketing and Services of LIC

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Karun Arora

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Aditya

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Jagrit Chawla

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Pooja Soi Dheeraj Golani

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Teja Shree

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Laksh Deep Garg Rahul Chauhan

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Prashant Bisht

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Hitesh Lamba

Marketing Strategies of C&S Gewiss India Pvt. Ltd. Analysis of Consumer Behavior and their Perception towards Service Providers Investors Perception about investing in Real Estate: A Study with reference to Earth Infrastructures Ltd. Derivative Trading at Sharekhan Financial Statement Analysis of Sharekhan Analysis of Performance Appraisal System of Selvon Instruments Pvt. Ltd. Promotional Strategies of Earth Infrastructure Ltd. A Study on Financial Process on Sharkhan Analysis of Sales & Marketing Strategies at Aviva Life Insurance Comparative Study of Solvency Ratios

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Ankita Ahuja

A Study on Total Quality Management(TQM)

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Nitin Behl Sanyam Tuteja Manisha Kumari

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Sarthak Das Gupta

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Abhilash Mohan Garg

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Ghandhrav Arora

Marketing Mix Process at Megamenu.in Angel Harmonised Ascend Fund at Angel Broking Sales Promotion Techniques at Earth Infrastructre Ltd. A Study on Customer Perception on Online Trading on Sharekhan Ltd. Detailed Study on Recruitment and Selection Strategies at Earth Infrastructure Analysis of Performance Appraisal System at Bombay Brothers

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Comparative Analysis of Sharekhan for the Year 2011-12 and 2012-13 Financial Analysis of Paradise Cargo Service Pvt. Ltd. For the Year 2011-12 Green Building Concept of Real Estate Comparative Analysis of Sharekhan for the Year 2010-11 and 2011-12 Comparative Ratio Analysis for the Year 2011-12 and 201213 Cash Flow and Comparative Analysis for the Year 2012-13 Financial Analysis of BHEL for the Year 2011-12 Consumer Loans of TATA Capital Cash Flow and Comparative Analysis for the Year 2011-12 & 2012-13 Comparative Financial Analysis of Himalayan Bank for the Year 2010 and 2011

SAIL Selvon Instruments Pvt. ltd. HDFC Bank Credent Portfolio Management Max Bupa Health Care ICICI Prodential Life Insurance Corp. Crafts International Yug Securities Airtel Reliance Life Insurance Smart Equity Brokers Pvt. Ltd. ICICI Jain Infra Projects Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Bharti AXA Life Insurance Sharekhan Ltd. Raymond Newgen Software Technologies Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd. Paradise Cargo Service Pvt. Ltd. Earth Infrastructure Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd. Sharekhan Ltd. BHEL TATA Capital Sharekhan Ltd. Himalayan Bank Life Insurance Corporation of India C&S Gewiss India Pvt. Ltd. Bharti Airtel Ltd. Earth Infrastructures Ltd. Sharekhan Sharekhan Selvon Instruments Pvt. Ltd. Earth Infrastructure Ltd. Earth Infrastructure Aviva Life Insurance Ltd. Sharkhan Ltd. Newgen Software Technologies Ltd. Megamenu.in Angel Broking Earth Infrastructure Ltd. Sharekhan Earth Infrastructure Bombay Brothers Audio Visual ltd

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Rohan Gupta

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Mansi Arora

205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215

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Divya Mukhi Kartik Trehan Nitin Gandotra Taranjeet Singh Arjan Singh Bajwa Lakshay Arora Jatin Munka Mohit Gupta Anmol Wadhwa Naveen Kumar Akash Gulati

Analysis of Incentives Strategies at Sharekhan A study on Recruitment and Selection Strategies A Study on Competitive nature of Forex Market A Study on Investors Behaviour A Study on Currency Derivates A Study on Recruitment and Selection Process of HDFC MMTC and Thermal Coal A Study on Training and Development Process of ICICI Financial Analysis of Jay Auto Components Ltd. Detailed Study on Products of Loans in HDFC bank Study on Currency Derivates Analysis on Loan and Credit Availability Policies A Study of Life Insurance Products of HDFC

Sharekhan Bombay Brothers Audio Visual ltd ShareKhan ShareKhan ShareKhan HDFC Bank MMTC ICICI Bank Jay Auto Components Ltd HDFC Bank Sharekhan Oriental Bank of Commerce HDFC Bank

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  IITM KNOWLEDGE PORTAL -Lakshay Verma The existing system of the organization i.e. the IITMKP provides basic necessities like uploading and downloading the notes. The notes/Lesson plans are uploaded by the faculty of the particular subjects and any student who will login into the system can download the same. All the notifications are updated by the administration of the system. Also the administrator assigns roles of a particular user by granting the type of access level. Depending upon the type of user and their access level, functionalities are provided like uploading /downloading of notes. Also the users can view and download information related to college from the notification section. The system “IITM KNOWLEDGE PORTAL” which is under development is able to deal with the latest technology providing the data/notes in the best effective manner i.e. in a secure, faster & reliable manner. The system starts with an identification/authentication process which validates only authenticated user to enter the system. Once a validated user enters into the system, it will be given with access depending on the type of user. If a user is of administrator type then it will be given access level of top priority that means the user can create roles, update them or delete them. The user is able to update the notification area on regular basis. If a user is of faculty type then the access level is of medium type that means the user can upload notes, download them, can view the notification and download notification and is able to communicate with the other logged in members. If a user is of student type then the access level is low type that means a user can download notes and notifications only, the user is also able to communicate with the other logged in members through the chat process. It contains the following modules: 1. Login: - This is the initial process of the system. A user must log into the system in order to access the information on the system.

 

 

Lakshay Verma BCA (M) – V Enroll. No.: 03613702011 Batch: 2011-2014

2. Time Table: -This process updates the schedule for faculty and students. 3. Chat Process: - This process made a connection between two or more users so that they can communicate through a chat service. 4. Download: - The process helps in downloading the files from the system. 5. Upload lesson plan: - The process helps in uploading the files to the system. Also deleting and modifying the files into the system. 6. Upload Notes: - The process helps in uploading the files to the system. Also deleting and modifying the files into the system. 7. Notice Board: -This process updates the latest information about the organization on the system. 8. Registration: - This process creates user for the system. The improvement in a project can always be done by upgrading the present scope to a larger one, like in the case of our project. Its scope can be broadened to allow different colleges to have access, which would allow different students and teachers to communicate and access wider range of material and, the scope of improvement is very vast as more and more modules can be added to provide assistance to the users. Hence, improving on the project means just to upgrade the present system. The aim of the project has been to design a system which solves the problem access to the material, as for now student had to come to college for notes and different notices. This also provides all the details and material required by student or teachers in easily available form at the same place. So in our project we have included various facilities to provide notes that students can access. There is a special feature in our system that is a chat process through which students and teachers can interact with each other. In case of doubts or some emergency notices all such problems can be solved with this process. There are many more facilities available with our system; this is a gist of all the facilities available in our system. Guide: Ms. Ramandeep Kaur Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines through academic circular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA (M).

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  TELEPHONE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -Muskaan

The project entitled as “Telephone Management System” is an attempt to develop a desktop application for the operators of MTNL. MTNL was setup on 1st April 1986 by the Government of India to upgrade the quality of telecom services, expand the telecom network, and introduce new services and to raise revenue for telecom development need of India’s keys metros – Delhi, The political Capital, and Mumbai, the business capital of India. In the past 22 years the company has taken rapid strides to emerge as India’s leading and one of the Asia’s largest Telecom operating companies. Besides having a strong financial base, MTNL has achieved a customer base of 5.92 million on 31st March 2006. Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) offers the Telecommunication services principally in New Delhi and Mumbai. The company is engaged in providing voice, and video services. In addition, offers value added services such as voice mail service (VMS), short message service(SMS), multi-party conference , closed user group, cell broadcast services, call hold, call divert, and call waiting, MMS, GPRS and WAP. The Government of India holds 56.25% stake in the company. MTNL principally provides integrated services digital network (ISDN) through telephone network for voice, data and image transmission in telephone line. Telephone Management System is the desktop application wherein only the operator can deal with the internal operations of the system. The overall system deals with various modules, the first one being the login module which provides the options of customer complaint, customer maintenance and bill generation. In customer maintenance module, the operator is provided with four further options, namely, new connection, update customer details, delete customer and view usage. In bill generation module month wise broadband bill can be obtained for each customer.

Muskaan Aggarwal BCA (E) – V Enroll. No.:04621102011 Batch: 2011-2014

Aggarwal

The purpose of this project is to analyze and elaborate on features of the Telephone Management System. It focuses on how quickly to enter the records and that the procedure should be easy to follow and easy to update and fetch records whenever needed. VB.net is used as front end and MYSQL Server is for back end. Various functions and structures are used to make a complete use of the language and to develop best forms and best layout to make the access easy and maintainable. This project is well versed with the programming. With “Telephone Management System” it would be tedious to handle the records of the telecommunication company manually. The Software Requirements Specification captures all the requirements in a single document. The Telephone Management System that is developed to provide a faster and more efficient way of recording the customer connection details into the company’s database. The whole project was divided into three phases-Introduction and project planning, System Analysis & Systems Requirement Specification (SRS). Introduction and project planning, was about the introduction of the organization and project management, which was related to the use of schedules such as Gantt charts to plan and subsequently report progress within the project environment. The second phase was system analysis wherein more emphasis was given to understanding the details of an existing system or a proposed one and then deciding whether the proposed system is desirable and whether the existing system needs improvements. So, it was all about investigating a system, identifying problems, and using the information to recommend improvements to the system. The third and final phase of summer training was SRS, a structured collection of information that embodies the requirements of a system and a detailed statement of the effects that a system is required to achieve.

Guide: Ms. Ramandeep Kaur Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines through academic circular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA (E).

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING SUMMER VACATION 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF BCA SEMESTER V (BATCH 2011-14)* S.NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61

ENROLMENT NO. 00113702011 02713702010 00213702011 01513702011 00413702011 06113702011 00713702011 00813702011 07013702011 05513702011 04913702009 00913702011 07813702011 01613702011 02513702011 02013702011 01213702011 01713702011 02213702011 06213702011 02313702011 03213702011 02413702011 03813702011 05013702011 02713702011 02813702011 01813702011 06513702011 0601372010 03613702011 04313702011 04113702011 07613702011 04413702011 04913702011 05113702011 05313702011 05413702011 06913702011 06013702011 00513702011 06313702011 05713702011 06413702011 05913702011 05613702011 06713702011 07213702011 0011372010 0271372010 06813702011 02113702011 07113702011 07413702011 07313702011 03713702011 06613702011 05213702010 07513702011 0261372010

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STUDENT’S NAME Priyanka Kumar Akhil Garg Gaurav Nishant Yadav Monish Sewalia Rahul Chawdhary Vikram Jai Kumar Anshul Kumar Shweta Pathak Gopal Krishan Rinki Anita Gupta Jacinth Varughese Deepak Aashish Dhaundiyal Mahesh Yadav Ramni Lakhera Raghav Grover Monit Johar Parth Dhawan Praise Pillai Rohit Garg Ankush Babbar Aditya Soni Yash Sharma Anirudh Mukherjee Sanuj Jose Philip Aman Sharma Harshit Burmee Lakshay Verma Mudit Narang Devansh Bhatt Ishaan Kashish Saini Chetan Tanwar Dipesh Prabhakar Shivam Singh Nandini Singh Surbhi Mamgain Jasleen Kaur Sushant Kumar Ashmeet Singh Sanyam Vij Abhay Sadanandan Tarun Malik Vishal Sehdev Anoop Kumar Verma Rishil Dudeja Gaurav Ayush Sakshi Dewangan Saloni Pharma Punay Mehra Surbhi Mahajan Rashi Sharma Preeti Sharma Sakshi Ujjinwal CHETANA LAHAN Ishaan Sharma Anuj Saxena

TITLE Student’s Fee Calculation and Management System Hotel Management System Crime File System Railway Reservation System CMC Training (Active City Administration System) Real Estate Management System Faculty Management System Resume Builder System Online Examination System Virtual Classroom Siemens Training Tihar Jail Management System Faculty Feedback management system Club Management System Movie Ticketing System CMC Training (Employee Management System) Delhi Transport Department IITM Portal (Admin Mgt. & Chat Mgt.) Courier Management System Delhi Police Cybercrime Student Profile Management System Sales Order Processing System Clinic Management System Video Library Management System Leave Management System Customer Care System Job Portal Management System Civil Registry of Indian Citizen Domino's Inventory Management System Attendance Management System Tours & Travels Management System CMC Training (Urban Gas Ltd.) Gas Agency Management System

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0701372010 00221102011 03621102011 00521102011 05621102011 00821102011 04821102011 00921102011 03121102011 01821102011 02921102011 01921102011 07921102011 02721102011 03021102011 06321102011 03221102011 03321102011 03521102011 04121102011 03721102011 08021102011 03821102011 05121102011 04021102011 04321102011 04421102011 05321102011 05021102011 04621102011 04721102011 06521102011 04921102011 08221102011 05221102011 05921102011 07021102011 05421102011 05721102011 06821102011 06221102011 06021102011 06621102011 06721102011 06921102011 06021102010 08321102011 07121102011 07221102011 05521102011 07321102011 08121102011 07421102011 07521102011 07821102011 05821102011 05821102010 04521102011 07121102010 08021102010 07621102011 06421102011

Abhishek Rana Shivanapalli Naga Abhiram Ankit Kharbanda Saminder Pal Singh Saurabh Bansal Roma Sharma Manish Banga Prateek Rastogi Ankit Singh Abhay Goel Rishabh Goel Kartik Sud Deshna Khandelwal Sahil Tyagi Nishant Dadiya Chandra Prakash Sati Hardeep Singh Himanshu Galhotra Kartik Mehta Ishleen Kohli Mukund Bansal Nitin Duggal Mayank Sehgal Yatan Mahajan Jatin Demla Prashant Manisha Yadav Archana Choudhary Palak Khurana Muskaan Rahul Sharma Avdesh Khankriyal Vishwas Khurana Parveen Gupta Harneet Kaur Prabhjot Kaur Sahil Saluja Kamal Chawla Sahil Dua Gurmeen Kaur Chadha Ankur Bansal Aman Sharma Akash Rawat Anshul Ajmani Ashish Gusain Shivam Chaturvedi Sumit Upadhya Mohit Bansal Nikita Narang Nitin Choudhary Chetan Arora Mukul Kanwar Sachin Mittal Abhinav Chauhan Aman Babbar Samarth Ghai Anshu P Aniyan Payal Maini Nitish Kumar Samanyu Kashyap Abhisek Kumar Bhanuj Bisht

Gas Agency Management System Logistics Management System Inventory Management System Hospital Management System Result Information System Trainee Management System Student Help Desk Management System Social Networking Site (Sedulity) Online Library Management System Study Material Management System Banking & Loan Management System Railway Reservation System Flight Reservation System Delhi Metro Ticket Booking System Marksheet Generation System Telephone Management System Online Voting Management System Medical Store Management System Shopping Mall Management Recruitment Management System Bus Pass Generation System Customer Complaint Management system Event Management System Annual Insurance Contract System for HCL ATM Management System Online Shopping Restaurant Management System Samba Server - IITM Portal Library Management System Cab Management System Rent Management System Music Store Management System

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LEAVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AT IOCL (PIPELINES DIVISION), NOIDA -Neeti Gaur This project aims at providing employees and management members of IOCL, Noida with the information that can be beneficial both personally and professionally to them. Every business enterprise has multiple objectives including adequate profit for payment of a reasonable rate of return to the owners and for investment in business through satisfaction of customers, maintenance of a contended workforce and creation of a public image. The basic job of management of any organisation is the effective utilization of available human resources, technological, financial and physical resources for the achievement of the organisation objectives. This project entitled as “Leave Management System at IOCL (Pipelines Division), Noida” was done to evaluate the satisfaction level of employees towards online leave management system at IOCL, Noida. The study undertakes various efforts to analyze the various factors of leave system in great detail. From the study, some of the important issues regarding online leave management system by the employees were found. It is also clear from

Neeti Gaur MBA –III Enroll. No.: 03713703912 Batch: 2012-2014

the study that the company is so eager in developing their employees so as they can meet with the changing need of the technology. The human resource can play an important role in the realization of the objectives. Employees work in the organisation for the satisfaction of their needs. If the human resources are not properly motivated, the management will not be able to accomplish the desired results. Therefore, human resources should be managed with utmost care to inspire, encourage and impel them to contribute their maximum for the achievement of the business objectives. This project work helps to increase the efficiency and management of human capital without retargeting the work efficiency within the department or over the organisation. The project helps to allocate the leave efficiency and also aims to optimize the leave system to get the real time and value for scheduling the work for the present & future as per human capital or work force available to execute the work efficiency of the organisation.

Guide: Dr. Rama Srivastava Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of the Summer Training Project Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Master of Business Administration and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines through academic circular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in MBA

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ANALYSIS ON FINANCIAL FEATURES OF CIPLA LTD. FOR FEBRUARY 2014 AND ITS COMPARISON WITH CNX PHARMA -Niti Suri The objective of the project is to study the future prices on different dates and comparison of open interest and the turnover over the period of the time and make a comparison of CIPLA Limited with CNX Pharma. Derivatives are defined as financial instruments whose value derived from the prices of one or more other assets such as equity securities, fixed income securities, foreign currencies, or commodities. Derivatives are also a king of contract between two counterparts to exchange payments linked to the prices of underlying assets. In Finance, a futures contract (more colloquially, futures) is a standardized contract between two parties to buy or sell a specified asset of standardized quantity and quality for a price agreed upon today (the future price) with delivery and payment occurring at a specified future date, the delivery date. It has been concluded that the market is bearish in nature and shows the downward trend. It also shows that the market is not going according to the expectations of the shareholder; there is tremendous decrease in the settle price. As settle price was 418.6 on 3rd February, 2014 which falls to 385.3 on 28th February, 2014. There is

Niti Suri MBA –IV Enroll. No.: 02913703912 Batch: 2012-2014

tremendous increase in the OI & Turnover. This increase is due to the contracts which are being done on a daily basis. As a result more investors are available to contribute to the turnover. It shows a direct relationship between OI and turnover as they both are increasing day by day. The correlation between the OI and turnover is 0.986782 which is positive because of their direct relationship. As we have observed earlier that the market is bearish in nature because of tremendous decrease in the settle price and the market is not going according to the expectations of the shareholders. The volume is showing a tremendous increase over the days so there is an inverse relationship between settle price and volume of trade. On 19th and 20th February high fluctuations are observed. Hence there is decrease in settle price and an increase in the volume traded. At the end I can say that CNX Pharma is showing an increasing trend over the days and has performed very well but Cipla Limited has not performed satisfactorily as compared to CNX Pharma and other players in the market. Cipla Limited has not provided fundamental support to the index because company shows the decreasing trend over the days. This project helped me in getting thorough understanding of this universal concept.

Guide: Dr. Vikas Bharara Associate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of the Summer Training Project Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Mater of Business Administration and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines through academic circular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in MBA

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING SUMMER VACATION 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF MBA SEMESTER III (BATCH 2012-14)* S.NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

ENROLLMENT NO. 00113703912 00213703912 00313703912 00413703912 00513703912 00613703912 00813703912 00913703912 01013703912 01113703912 01213703912 01313703912 01413703912 01513703912 01613703912 01713703912 01813703912 01913703912 02013703912 02113703912 02213703912 02313703912 02413703912

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02513703912 02613703912 02713703912 02813703912 02913703912 03013703912 03113703912 03213703912 03313703912 03413703912

NAME Prakash Ojha Vinay Kumar Himanshi Malik Pulkit Govind Kumar Meena Solanki Sheeba Sobti Saurabh Gaur Rahul Kumar Prerna Bhanot Komal Tondak Alisha Aneja Shivanshu Srivastava Priyanka Gautam Charanjeet Kaur Mohit Dua Udit Raj Pratik Kanwar Alka Chaudhary Sanjana Kapoor Rohit Shokeen Virtika Bhatt Chandra Mohan Singh Harpreet Kaur Abhilash Bhardwaj Sonam Kaur Gaurav Goswami Niti Suri Jigya Kohli Reena Godura Deepak Dutt Panday Rachna Garg Meenakshi

34 35 36 37 38 39

03513703912 03613703912 03713703912 03813703912 03913703912 04013703912

Gaurav Mehta Bharti Dahiya Neeti Gaur Chirag Amrit Pal Sodhi Richa Jain

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

04113703912 04213703912 04313703912 04413703912 04513703912 04613703912 04713703912 04913703912 05013703912 05113703912

Deepayan Choudhury Sudeepa Das Simran Kohli Ramneet Kaur Chakshu Arora Shruti Verma Rahul Arora Ridhima Kashyap Rachna Negi Anshul Gupta

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TITLES Ratio Analysis of Network 18 and Investment Ltd. Marketing Strategy of IDBI Fedral Life Insurance Co Ltd. HR Practices at Skoda Dearler Amritsar A Study on Cash Flow Analysis of FCI A Study on Financial Statement of FCI Various Programme and Yojna and Management Structure of FCI A Study on TDS at Aprara Corporation A Study on Marketing Stragies of Indo Jatalia Securities Pvt Ltd. A Study on Brand Promotion at Earth Infrastructure Ltd. A study of Recruitment and Selection Process at Max NewYork A study on Promotion and Transfer Policy at FCI Financial Analysis of Matrix Cellular Marketing Strategy of Earth Infrastructure Ltd. Recuritement and Selection Procedure in IDBI Fedral A Study on Ratio Anaysis of FCI Recruitment and Selection Practices at Hi Impact Consultants Pvt. Ltd. A study on CRM Practices at Web Solutions Financial Statement Analysis Loan Appraisal At Punjab and Sindh Bank: A study of S R Voda Pvt Ltd. Impact of Social and Professional Media on Employee Branding Sales Management Strategies of HDFC Life Insurance Co Ltd. Comparative Analysis of Financial Instruments Study of Marketing Activities of IFFCO Study on Training and Development Practices in IFFCO Sales Management Strategies of Outlook India A Study on Financial Statement of Network 18 Media and Investment Ltd A study on Investment Management of BHEL A study on Investors Return on Infrastructure Co. Financial Planning in Insurance Financial Statement Analysis of Baabar Engineering and Electrics An Analytic Study on Fund Flow and Working Capital at Food Corporation of India Training and Promotion at FCI A Comprehensive Study on Employee Welfare Schemes at IFFCO Customer Preference for Sales Promotion Techniques used by Real Estate Sector in NCR: A Study with reference to Earth Infrastructure Ltd. A Study on Ratio Analysis of Corporate Bridge Study on Leave Management System at IOCL Performance Appraisal of Employees in SAIL A Study on Performance Appraisal at PSB Customer Preference for Sales Promotion Techniques used by Real Estate Sector in NCR: A Study with reference to Imperia Structures Ltd. A Study on CRM Practices at Indian Airlines Effectiveness of Promotional Strategies of IDBI federal Employee Relations at Earth Infrastructures Ltd A Study of HR Policies in Welcome Hotel ITC Retirement Policy at FCI General Functioning at Earth Infrastructures Ltd. Credit Appraisal For Term Loan & Working Capital Management PNB Risk and Insurance Management A Study on Role of Banks in Insurace Industry

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Jasmeet Kaur Narang Harpreet Singh Nara Anupam Aggarwal Arpit Garg Mihir Kumar Deepika Verma Navneet Gautam Rahul Sharma Manpreet Kaur

A Study of Recruitment and Selection Process at PNB A Study of Performance Appraisal System at SAIL Financial Statement of FCI A Study on Operations System at Imperia Structures A Study on Financial Analysis at IDBI Federal Credit Appraisal for Loans A Study on Marketing Practices at Imperia Structures A Study on Marketing Stratgies at i2k2 Networks Comparision of Various Financial Instruments with Life Insurance

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  STUDENT RECORD MAINTAINER -Aman Verma, Manish Roonthala, Kashish Gupta, Deepak Saigal

Student Record Maintainer is a system which is developed for IITM intranet and is used by administrator and viewed by faculty and other staff member to whom authorized access has been given to view and to make changes in the data with the permission granted. This system is designed to keep and maintain complete detail of course, batch, attendance, marks, and behaviour and students details. Presently IITM is maintaining the records manually for courses, admission process and all the student related activities. But with the implementation of STUDENT RECORD MAINTAINER, paperwork will be reduced and all the work will be automated which will increase the efficiency of the work and accuracy is maintained and will give desired result in less time as compared to manually.

Aman Verma Enroll. No: 07813704411 MCA VI Sem Batch: 2011-14

Manish Roonthala Enroll. No.: 07413704411 MCA VI Sem Batch: 2011-14

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This project will not only ease the workload but will also enable its user to get access over internet even if the internet is not working on the remote machine. To save time and to maintain the reliability and accuracy we create a system known as Student Record Maintainer. This will be designed to handle all the relative tasks so that no extra manpower is required and it is done in less amount of time. This system designed aims to create new record of students and maintain them with clock work precision as well.

Kashish Gupta Enroll. No.: 07713704411 MCA VI Sem Batch: 2011-14

Deepak Saigal Enroll. No.: 07813704411 MCA VI Sem Batch: 2011-14

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ENROLLMENT NO. 07513704411 08913704411 08713704411 05013704411 01813704411 03513704411 03813704411 07313704411 07213704411 07413704411 07713704411 07813704411 06113704411 06613704411 06513704411 08013704411 01113704411 01613704411 07613704411 09113704411 01313704411 01513704411 09213704411 09413704411 04613704411 04813704411 05813704411 05313704411 06713704411 00213704411 06313704411 06413704411 04913704411 06013704411 09013704411 09313704411 07113704411 08113704411 08413704411 05213704411 05513704411 06813704411 08213704411 01413704411 03613704411 04413704411 04713704411 05613704411 05713704411 05913704411 05413704411 07013704411 07913704411 08313704411 08513704411 08613704411 06913704411 08813704411

STUDENT’S NAME Megha Goyal Nidhi Gupta Nupur Gupta Priyanka Abhishek Sachdeva Ashima Gawar Shweta Siddharth Mehta Aman Kumar Verma Manish Roonthala Kashish Gupta Deepak Saigal Vivek Dogra Ravi Kumar Keswani Amarjeet Pal Singh Sahil Kohli Ankita Goel Harmeet Kaur Deepti Panwar Heena khera Rohan Khanna Nikhil Kulshrestha Jatin Khera Pulkit Agarwal Krishna Kanti Esha Jotshi Sweet Dhawan Indra Kumar Prajapat Rahul Verma Suyashi Vasisth Siddharth Dhingra Tridev Sachin Kumar Dhiraj Kumar Aman Nayyar Hitesh Narang Nisha Neha Gupta Preeti Kumari Keshav Sharma Abhishek Giri Abhishek Saini Vasudha Raman Das Jasleen Kaur Akshay Agarwal Simrandeep Singh Palia Simranjeet Singh Prateek Sekhri Himanshu Rawat Sugandha Bhatia Neha Narang Mithlesh Kumar Chaudhary Raj Roshan Kumar Prasenjit Sanyal Pervinder Singh Rawat Sanjay Himanshu Arora Swati Sharma

TITLE

TECHNOLOGY

Aptitude Tester

Java

Result Management System

Java

Student Record Maintainer

ASP.NET

Examination Scheduler

Java

Feedback Collector

ASP.NET/J2EE

Event Diary

Java

Desktop Payroll Application

ASP.Net/Java

Fresher Portfolio Management

ASP.Net

Result Analysis

ASP.NET

Electronic Content Management

ASP.Net

Project Allocator

ASP.NET/Java

Employee Attendance Manager

ASP.Net

Student Enrollment Recorder

ASP.Net

e-Book Mailer

ASP.Net/Java

I-Card Generator

ASP.Net

Inventory Retainer

ASP.Net

Time Table Generator

ASP.NET

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  REPORTS REPERTOIRE:  MAJOR PROJECTS ROLE OF ADVERTISING LIKING ON PURCHASE INTENTION Advertising is any paid form of non-personal communication about an organization or its product to a target audience through a mass/broadcast medium by an identified sponsor. It is supposed to be a significant way of getting the point across about a product and to create motivation for people to buy. This study basically focuses on the role of advertising in influencing consumer purchase decision. To accomplish the task, a survey was carried in and around West Delhi with a sample of 100 respondents taken on a random basis approaching the individuals exposed to advertisements. A structured questionnaire was prepared and administered and the data so collected was analyzed both by percentages and statistical methods. 92% respondents stated that advertising is essential and majority of the customers feel Preeti Singh BBA (M1) - VI Enroll. No.: 03413701711 Batch: 2011-2014

-Preeti Singh advertisements affect their desire to purchase or explore products and services. The collected data was also analyzed to have an understanding of the impact of advertising for the different sets of respondents. Because buyers must act on the basis of incomplete information, they automatically and consciously incur a risk in every purchase and non-purchase decision. Advertising is a form of communication intended to convince an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, information or services etc. The purchase process is a decision making process under risk. Therefore, marketers should try and focus to attract and influence the customers by designing advertisements that are considerably attractive for consumers and persuasive enough for their emotional attachment with the product. Guide: Mr. Virender K. Dahiya Associate Professor

--This is an abstract of BBA Major Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as one of the best projects in BBA.

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARDS SOCIAL MEDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WHATSAPP This study has been carried out as part of Major Project Report for BBA 6th semester. WhatsApp messenger is a proprietary cross platform instant messaging subscription service for smart phones with internet access. In addition to text messaging users can send each other images, video and audio media messages. WhatsApp Inc. was founded in 2009 by American Brian Acton and Ukranian Jan Koum, both former employees of Yahoo and is based in Mountain View, Santa Clara County, California. Currently WhatsApp has 500 million active users worldwide. In India alone it has around 50 million active users. The fact that there are no distracting ads helps WhatsApp retain users. Objectives of the study include- To understand students’ behavior towards WhatsApp; comparing students’ perception about WhatsApp with other social Sanya Kathuria BBA (E1) - VI Enroll. No.: 09121101711 Batch: 2011-2014

-Sanya Kathuria media; and to find out satisfaction level of WhatsApp users. Both primary and secondary data was collected. Primary data was collected using a questionnaire. Target population was students of West Delhi and convenience sampling technique was used to collect sample of size 50. Some of the major findings are- 90% students use social media. Interaction with friends, studies related information are the two main reasons for using it. 56% students use whatsApp for more than 2 hours per day. 44% students have started using WhatsApp from last one year. 40% students feel that their privacy has been affected due to WhatsApp. It was found from the study that use of the application WhatsApp has spread rapidly across all sections of youth who perceive it to be an easy and effective way to keep in touch with each other. Guide: Dr. Abhiruchi S. Verma Associate Professor, IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Major Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged a sone of the best projects in BBA.

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STUDENT’S PERCEPTION TOWARDS STUDYING ABROAD -Dinesh Bhatia

International education for college students may be on the rise given the foreseeable advantages to studying abroad, such as traveling and increasing foreign language proficiency. Perhaps the students who are more competitive, motivated, and seek new experiences are the ones who most often take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad. They are likely the serious young scholars who seek experiences not available at home. But studying abroad may also develop such admirable characteristics as curiosity and adventurism in students. Whatever students’ inspirations are for leaving their comfortable routine at college to spend some years/months studying in a foreign country, anecdotal evidence suggests that they are affected by the experience. The universal knowledge gained by studying abroad and the opportunities to interact with people of various cultures may help to break down cultural barriers and enable students of all ages to connect larger social issues and their own life experiences. Theoretically, the development of international sensitivity and global understanding strengthens student’s perspectives to include a general recognition of human conditions within a social-ecological framework. Whether an interest in cultures propels students to study abroad or rather is generated from

Dinesh Bhatia BBA (M2) - VI Enroll. No.: 07513701711 Batch: 2011-2014

studying abroad (or both), it reasonably links cultures together through the people who are intrigued by diversity. Studying abroad may actively influence the attitudes of our nation’s future leaders by developing an appreciation and respect for other people through cultural curiosity. Study abroad programs essentially seek to expand student’s perspectives of the world by instructing cultural and foreign language studies, arranging for students to live with foreigners, and providing opportunities for travel. Studying foreign languages and conversing with people of different backgrounds allows one to learn about the values, beliefs, customs, and behaviors that are central to a culture. In the pursuit of academic study in a foreign culture, an individual is eventually immersed into a new society to function as the natives do. By providing practical ways of engaging with cultures like cooking traditional foods and participating in recreational activities, international education may foster a sense of appreciation for lifestyles other than one’s own. For this purpose, the students of IITM have been undertaken for the study. The project report was concluded with the suggestions to improve the study by overcoming these limitations.

Guide: Dr. Manmohan Chaudhary Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Major Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged asone of the best projects in BBA.

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A STUDY ON STUDENT PERCEPTION TOWARDS SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO “FACEBOOK” -Hitesh Arora The objective of writing the report was to understand “A Study on Student Perception towards Social Networking Sites with specific reference to “Facebook” For collecting the material, a research was undertaken in which data was collected from 60 respondents out of which 30 were UG students and the rest were PG students further the analysis was carried out to fulfil the research objectives. Project gives a brief introduction about social networking sites and further nature of facebook as an enterprise its vision, mission were stated. Scope of the project is limited to students of West Delhi. The data has been collected through both primary and secondary sources. 60 students were made to fill questionnaires out of which 30 were UG students and rests were PG students. Data was analyzed and interpreted with graphs and tables in fourth chapter. Facebook can also be used as an educational tool as majority of students agreed

Hitesh Arora BBA (E2) - VI Enroll. No.: 11921101711 Batch: 2011-2014

about it and agreed that they will share information and visit pages set up by professors. The most liked feature of facebook was its ease of sharing pictures and status followed by games and messenger, unwanted: requests, notifications, advertisement, spams are equally hated by most of students. Students are moderately satisfied with facebook and will like to switch to other social networking sites with quite different and new features along with the features facebook already has. It was concluded that facebook has become an important part of one’s day to day life for getting connected to friends worldwide, different students use facebook for different purposes such as playing games , quizzes, virtual gifting but most of them use facebook for making friends and chatting. Further it was analyzed that facebook as a social networking site has an effect on student’s emotions, they react differently to different comments and likes that they get on their status.

Guide: Dr. Sheela Bhargava Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Major Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as one of the best project in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF MAJOR PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF BBA SEMESTER VI (BATCH 2011-14)* S.NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

ENROLLMENT NO. STUDENT’S NAME TITLES 00113701711 Chetan Raj A Study on Customer Buying Behavior of Nokia and Apple I Phone. 00613701711 Bhanu Prakash A Study on Customer Satisfaction of LG Products. 00713701711 Manish Kant A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Blackberry. 00813701711 Prashant Gautam A Study on Customer Preferences between Airtel and Vodafone. 00913701711 Hemant Kumar A Study on Customer Preferences between Cable and DTH Operator. 01013701711 Rohit Kumar A Study on Customer Preferences between Honda and Hyundai Cars. 01313701711 Devesh A Study on Customer Preferences between Amul and Mother Dairy. 01413701711 Amit Kumar A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Metro. 01613701711 Ravindra Kumar An Analytical Study of Customer Satisfaction towards Voltas Air Conditioners. 01813701711 Shivani A Study on Factors Affecting Customer Buying Behavior of LCD and LED TV. 01913701711 Sunil Kumar A Study on Customer Preferences between Tata Sky and Dish TV. 02113701711 Manish Kumar A Study on Customer Satisfaction Level towards Himalayas Products. 02213701711 Arushi Walia A Study on Factors Affecting Buying Behavior of Maggie and Yippee. 02313701711 Priya Kumari A Comparative Study on Customer Preferences between Outlook and India Today Magazine. 02413701711 Vinay Kumar A Study on Customer Satisfaction on Adiddas. 02513701711 Pooja Khairnar A Study on Customer Satisfaction on Delhi Transport Corporation. 02613701711 Akanksha Sharma A Study on Customer Preferences between Metro and Railway Commuters. 02713701711 Richa Bhatia Comparative Analysis of Customer Preferences towards Adidas and Puma. 02813701711 Anadi Bhardwaj Consumer Listening Patterns of FM Radio. 03013701711 Manisha Dev Mobile Phone Use Patterns among its Customers. 3113701711 Ria Grover Weekend Recreational Activity Preferences among Delhites. 03413701711 Preeti Singh Role of Advertising Liking on Purchase Intention. 03513701711 Manish Nagpal Role of Image, Price, Fuel Efficiency and Space in Buying a Car. 03613701711 Vikas Jain Analyzing Shopping Mall Preference among Residents of East Delhi. A Comparative Study of Customer Satisfaction towards Different Brands of Men's Formal Clothing with 03713701711 Akshay Jain Special Reference to Louis Philips & Peter England. A Comparative Study of Consumer Preference Between Reliance and Tata Photon Broadband Services in 03813701711 Tejasvi Sharma Delhi. 03913701711 Shivangi Sodhi A Comparative Analysis of Customer Preference between L’Oreal and M.A.C. Brand of Cosmetics. 04013701711 Jasveen Singh Bhatia A Comparative Study Regarding Customer Preference between LG & Samsung Smart Televisions. 04113701711 Sagar Kapoor To Study the Perception of People towards Volkswagen Vento in Delhi Region. 04313701711 Ashneet Kaur Image Analysis of Zara and Mango Clothing in Delhi Region. 04413701711 Ekta Sharma A Comparative Study of Customer Preference between Honda Brio & Maruti Suzuki Ritz. A Study of Customer Satisfaction w.r.t. Brands Image & Service Effectiveness towards Tata Sky Digital 04613701711 Prince Philip Cable Network. 04713701711 Sourabh Bansal Comparative Analysis of Customer Satisfaction between HP Laptops & HCL Laptops. 04813701711 Kratika Rawat A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Nikon Camera. 04913701711 Geetanjali Barrot A Comparative Study of Customer Preference for Starbucks & Costa Coffee in Delhi. 05113701711 Vishal Rajpal A Comparative Study of Brand Image of Adidas & Fila Sports Gear in Delhi Customers. 05213701711 Anjali A Comparative Image Analysis w.r.t. to Fastrack and Maxima Watches in Delhi. A Comparative Analysis of Customer Preference Level between Samsung Galaxy & HTC Desire Smart 05313701711 Deepam Srivastava Phones in Delhi Region. 05413701711 Sonal Arora A Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction with Special Reference to Pizza Hut and Slice of Italy. A Comparative Study of Performance for Mobile Phone Gaming with Outdoor Sports Activities w.r.t. UG 05513701711 Nimit Manchanda & PG Students in West Delhi. 05713701711 Geetika Tiwari A Comparative Study on Customer Preference for Honda Activa and Yamaha Ray. 05913701711 Bhaskar Bhati An Analytical Study of Customer Perception towards Samsonite & VIP Suitcases. 06113701711 Tripti Mehra A Study on Customer's Preference towards Internet Banking. 06213701711 Ritika Bhola A Comparative Study on Customer's Preference towards HDFC and PNB. 06313701711 Anuradha Jain A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Tupperware Products. 06613701711 Chandan Chopra Customer's Perception of Service Quality Aspects: A Study of SBI. 06713701711 Abdur Rahman Customer Satisfaction Towards Public Transport: A Study of Delhi Metro. 06813701711 Dhurv Thakur A Comparative Study on Customer's Preference towards International Food Chains and Indian Street Food. 07013701711 Siddharth Tehlan A Study on Employee Satisfaction in Videocon. 07213701711 Ankit Jain A Comparative Study on Customer's Preference towards Samsung and Whirlpool Refrigerator. 07313701711 Divya Sood A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Sony Experia. 07413701711 Shipra Pandey A Study on Employee Satisfaction in SMC Global Securities Ltd. 02913701710 Mukul Sharma A Comparative Study on Consumers Durables. 08013701710 Krishan Varun A Comparative Study on Dairy Best and Mother Dairy Milk Preferences. 08413701710 Vishali Verma A Comparative Study of Customer Preferences on Lenovo and Dell Laptops. 12121101710 Anmol Wadhwa A Comparative Study of Customer Preferences on Samsung Galaxy S4 and I phone 4S.

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Saad Ahmed Khan Revitej Gandhi Paarth Saigal Gaurav Bharti Satveer Singh Arun Pritee Rai Vishal Sharma

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A Comparative Analysis of Consumer Preferences for Dairy Milk (Cadbury) and Kit Kat (Nestle) Chocolates. An Study on Student Perception towards Studying Abroad. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Tata Tea. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Action Shoes. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Alpino Chocolates. A Study on Customer Preference towards Real and Tropicana Juices. A Study on Customer Preference towards Crizal Lens. A Study on Customer Preference towards ICICI and LIC Insurance Companies. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Internet Banking in Bank of Baroda. A Study on Customer Preference towards Archies Cards. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Tata Nano Cars. A Study on the Impact of Promotional Activities on Consumer Behavior at a Shopping Mall. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Sony Cameras. Customer Buying Behavior towards Organized and Unorganized Retailing. A Study on Customer Perception Regarding Online Purchases in Delhi. A Comparative Analysis of Public and Private Schools in Delhi. A Study on Customer Satisfaction with Reference to Public Sector Bank. Measurement of Brand Awareness and Brand Perception of Nakshtra Jewellery. A Comparative Study of Popular Newspapers in Delhi. A Comparative Study of Classmate and Natraj Stationery. A Study of Factors Influencing Location of Retail Stores. Celebrity Endorsement in India: A Case Study. A Comparative Study on Consumer Perception towards Public Sector and Private Sector Banks. A Study of Customer Perception: Survey of Shopping Malls in Delhi. A Comparative Study of Marketing Attributes of Home Appliances of Whirlpool and Samsung. Study on Consumer Perception on Reliance Life Insurance Ltd. A Study of Customer Perception towards Ayurvedic Health Care Products. A Comparative Study on Customer Perception Regarding Fruit Juice. Advertising and Sales Promotion Techniques at Shopper Stop. A Study on Medical Tourism and Growth of Health Care Sector in India. A Study on Customer Satisfaction in Private Banking Sector: A Case Study of ICICI Bank. A Study on Consumer Buying Behavior of Home Appliances With Reference to LG Products. An Empirical Study on Users Attitude towards Mosquito Repellant Liquids. A Study on Customer Perception towards Two-Wheeler Vehicles With Special Reference to Hero Maestro. An Empirical Study on Customer Preference towards Bata. To Study the Consumer Perception towards Branded Gold Jewellery. A Comparative Study on Brand Preference and Usage Pattern of Smart Phones Between Apple and Samsung. A Comparative Analysis of Customer Perception between Volkswagen Polo and Hyundai i20. A Study on Consumer Perception towards FabIndia Apparels. A Comparative Study on Customer Buying Behavior towards Branded Men's Shirts Between Peter England and Tommy Hilfiger. Factors Influencing the Buying Behavior of Organized Retail Consumer: A Study on Lifestyle. A Critical Study on Customer Perception towards Online Shopping with Special Reference to Flipkart.com. A Comparative Analysis of Students Preferences Across Cadbury and Nestle Brand of Chocolates. A Comparative Study on Job Involvement Across Public and Private Bank Employees. Consumer Fondness Across Coca Cola and Pepsi Soft Drinks - A Comparative Study. Employee Engagement Measures Across Maruti Uduog Ltd and Hyundai Motors Service Stations - A comparative View. Readers Liking towards The Time of India and The Hindustan Times - A Comparative Study. A Relative Analysis on Preference for Horlicks and Bourn vita - A Comparative Study. A Comparative Study of Consumer Preferences for Tropicana and Real Orange Juices. Buying Preference Across Brands of Maruti and Hyundai Cars- A Comparative Study. Users Preferences of Airtel and IDEA Mobiles - A Comparative Analysis. Work Environment Study across Maruti Udyog Ltd and Hyundai Motors Service Stations - A comparative View. Commuters Preference for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and Delhi Transport Corporation- A Comparative Study. Comparative Study of Customer Preferences on Sony & Dell. Buyer Preferences of Hero Honda & Bajaj - A Comparative Analysis. Comparative Study on Pet Owners for Pedigree. A Comparative study on Customer Preferences towards Reebok and Nike. A Study on Consumer Buying Behavior towards Toothpaste Brands. Comparative Study on Buyers Preference towards Samsung and Nokia Corporation Phones. A Study on Consumer Buying Behavior towards Shampoo Brands. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Apple I Phones.

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A Study on Consumer Perception and Buying Behavior towards Laptops. A Study on Consumer Preference of Chocolate Brands: Case Study of Cadbury India. A Comparative Study on Customer Preference towards Amul and Britannia Butter. A Comparative Study on Consumer Satisfaction towards Big Bazaar. A Study on Effect of Advertisements on Health drinks on Children (Bourn vita and Horlicks). A Comparative Study on Consumer Preference towards Ice Creams: Amul and Mother Diary. A Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Different Branded Sports Shoes. Consumer Buying Behavior towards Fairness Creams: Fair & Lovely, Emami Fair and Handsome. A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Hyundai EON Cars. Awareness About Rain Water Management amongst UG Students in IITM. A Study on Buying Behavior of Consumer towards Instant Food Products. A Study on Brand Preference for Soft Drinks. Customer Satisfaction towards Bata Footwear’s. Environmental Conservation and Awareness Amongst UG Students: A Case Study of IITM. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Reliance Fresh Store. A Comparative Study of Mobile Users: Nokia V/s Samsung. A Study on Advertisement Effectiveness of Cadbury Chocolates. A Study on Customer Preference and Satisfaction towards TATA Salt. A Study on Measuring Brand loyalty towards Vodafone Mobile Services. Comparative Study on Consumer Preference towards Nokia and Samsung Mobile Handsets. A Study on Consumer Satisfaction towards Apple I-Phone. A Study on Customer Buying Behavior at Big Bazaar`. The Comparative Study on Consumer Preference Between Sun Feast and Maggi Pasta. A Study of Brand Loyalty towards Wheat Flour Producing Companies (Shaktibhog, Nature Fresh,and Aashirvaad). The Comparative Study on Consumer Preference between Coke and Pepsi. A Comparative Study on Consumption Pattern of Soft Drinks and Fruit Juices. A Study of Customer Attitude towards Online Shopping with Special Reference to Flipkart & Jabong. A Study of Student Perception towards Whatsapp. A Study of Employee Welfare Scheme at Mc-Donald’s. A Study of Comparative Analysis of Employee Satisfaction at Barista & Café Coffee Day A Study of Customer Attitude towards Eco- Friendly Home Appliances. DTH Service Providers: A Case Study of West Delhi Region. A Comparative Study of Services Provided by Airtel & Vodafone. A Study of Work life Balance Among Faculties in Professional Institute. A Comparative Study of Marketing Strategies of Pizza Hut & Domino’s. A Study of Customer Preference for English Business Newspaper in Delhi Region. A Comparative Study of Broadband Services Provided by MTNL & Airtel. A Study of Consumer Behavior with Reference to TATA Nano A Study of Consumer Dissatisfaction towards Cell Phone Service Providers. Impulse Buying Behavior of Consumers: An Empirical Study of Apparels. Analyzing the Impact of Television Advertising on Children's Food Preferences: A Study of Indian Perspective (with Special Reference to Delhi). A Study of Consumer Behavior towards Durable Products. Effect of Retail Sales Promotion on Buying Behavior of Customer. Profile and Perception of Retail Consumers -An Empirical Study in Delhi. A Study of Consumer Oriented Sales Promotion in FMCG Consumer Dissatisfaction in Organized Retail Stores with Reference Delhi. Non Store Retailing: A Study of Flip Kart. Green Marketing: An Exploratory Research on Consumers in Delhi A Study of Distribution Channels with Reference to Bisleri A Study of Purchasing Pattern of Cosmetics Among Consumers in Delhi Customer Loyalty in a Single Brand Retail Store A Study of Consumer Preference for Coke and Pepsi A Study of Customer Preference Towards Mc Donald An Analysis of Customer Satisfaction at Coffee Café Day. Multilevel Marketing: A Study on Ambay India . A Study on Consumer Satisfaction Level towards Starbucks Coffee A Study on Consumer Preference on Café Coffee Day and Barista Consumer Preference Towards Different Brands of Soup and a Comparison between Maggie and Knorr Soups A Study on Students Perception towards Peer Pressure and Family Values. A Study on Student's Perception towards Reality Shows on Television. A Study on Female Perception towards Usage of Credit Cards. A Study on Perception of Youth towards "WhatsApp". A Study on Student Perception towards Social Networking Sites with Specific Reference to "Facebook". A Comparative Study on Customer Preference for Shampoos.

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Kanika Alagh Shivani Siddharth Joha Payal Batra Garima Dogra Simerpreet Sing Avneet Singh M Vishal Ganotra Akshay Jain Kanhaiya Bage Ashish Arora Karun Arora Aditya Jagrit Chawla Pooja Soi Dheeraj Golani Teja Shree Laksh Deep Gar Rahul Chauhan Prashant Bisht Hitesh Lamba Ankita Ahuja Nitin Behl Sanyam Tuteja Manisha Kumari Sarthak Das Gu Abhilash Moha Ghandhrav Aro Rohan Gupta Mansi Arora Divya Mukhi Kartik Trehan Nitin Gandotra Taranjeet Singh Arjan Singh Ba Jatin Munka Nitin Jain Mohit Dua Akansha Mahaj Mohit Gupta Sachin Beniwal Anurag Bhatt Naveen Kumar Akash Gulati

A Study on Customer Perception towards E-Grocery. A Comparative Study of Customer Satisfaction towards More and Reliance Fresh. A Study of Customer Perception towards Home Shop 18. A Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction towards McDonalds’ and KFC Products A Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Axis Bank Credit Cards and ICICI Bank Credit Cards. A Comparative Study of Customer Preference on Amul and Creambell Ice Creams. A Study on Consumer Usage Pattern of Mobile Phones: A Comparative Study A Comparative Study on Saving Bank Account of PNB AND HDFC Banks A Comparative Study of Customer Satisfaction towards Vaseline and Boroline. A Comparative Study on Consumer Preference towards Silk and Bournville Chocolates. A Comparative Study on Consumer Preference between Airtel Vodafone Service Providers. A Comparative Study on Consumer Preferences between the Beauty Products of AVON and Oriflame A Comparative Study on Consumer Preferences between Coke & Pepsi. A Comparative Study on Consumer Preferences between the Products Dominos and Pizza-Hut. Comparative Study of Marketing Policies of Life-Insurance Companies. Brand Loyalty of Milk Producing Company: Study of Mother Diary, Paras & Amul Comparative Study of Mobile Users Satisfaction: iPhone v/s Samsung Smart Phones Study on Reader's Satisfaction Level for Business Standard and The Economic Times A Study on Customer Preference between Sunfeast & Maggi Pasta Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Hyundai i10 & Maruti Zen Car Comparative Analysis of Consumer Satisfaction towards Lux & Lifebuoy Soap. Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Hero Karizma ZMR v/s Bajaj Pulsar 220 cc. A Study on Customer Satisfaction towards Ferrero Rocher Chocolate. Comparative Analysis on Customer Satisfaction: Vodafone v/s Airtel Mobile Services. A Study on Advertising Effectiveness of Airtel Mobile Services. A Study on Brand Preference towards Ready to Eat Products with reference to MTR Food Limited. A Comparative Analysis of Readers Preference towards Provogue India and Femina. A Study on Effects of the Motivational Factors on the Employees of Nokia. A Study on Customer Preferences towards Electric cars. A Study on Job Stress among IT Professionals. To Study the Factors Affecting Employee Satisfaction in TCS. Comparative Analysis of Students’ Perception towards Delhi University and IP University. A Comparative Study on Mango and Zara Apparels for Women’s in West Delhi. A Study on Market Potential and Scope of High Definition LED Television. A Study on Work Life Balance among the Employees of HDFC and AXIS Bank. A Study on Consumer Preference towards Products of Bikaner and Haldiram,s. Comparative Analysis of Customer Preferences towards IFB and LG Microwaves. Comparative Analysis of customer Preference towards Gini& Jony and Lilliput Apparels. A Comparative Analysis of Customer Preference towards Action and Bata shoes. A Study on Customer Satisfaction of Jet Airways. Perception of Students towards the Lokpal Bill. Consumer Preference between Times of India and Hindustan Times. A Study on Consumer Preference on Café Coffee Day A Comparative Analysis of Customer Preference towards Marks and Spencer’s. A Study of Student Perception towards Times of India. A Study on Consumer satisfaction towards Action Shoes. Comparative Study on Customer Preference on Café Coffee Day and Barista. A Study on Consumer Preference and Satisfaction for Titan Watches. A Study of Traders Perception towards Sharekhan.

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ONLINE EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -Aman Sharma Employee Management system is a software for managing data of employees in a company. EMS comprises the personal details of an employee. EMS keeps the record of employees joining date, leaving date, assets provided. It manages salary of employees according to their attendance. So we have decided to investigate the use of an Employee Management System. This project is well versed with the programming. Without an employee management system, it’s a tedious job for the Human Resource Department of any company. It is intended to help the administrator and employee to register complete detail of employee. The complete detail of the employees could be managed in form of transition tables. This software is meant to delineate the features of EMS, so as to serve as a guide to the developers on one hand and a software validation document for the prospective client on the other. Asp.net is used as front end and SQL Server is for back end. Various functions and structures are used to make a complete use of this language.

Aman Sharma BCA (M) - VI Enroll. No.: 06513702011 Batch: 2011-2014

The basic scope or we could say that the actual boundary of Employee Management System (EMS) is to: •





Manage the employee detail in such a way that there should not occur any kind of trouble for Administrator to sort out the problem regarding employee management. Create & Preserve Salary Details of each employee and provide them salary slip as & when required. The salary created will be based upon the overall formula keeping in mind the constraints such as HRA, TA, DA & number of unpaid leaves taken by an employee. Create a record of leaves taken by each employee.

This project has few limitations which can be overcome in the near future. Some of them are: Project is meant for small scale establishments, all entries in the form are to be completely filled. In the near future the project can be further enhanced to include a multitude of features.

Guide: Mr. Munna Pandey Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BCA Major Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BCA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in BCA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ONLINE VIDEO DOWNLOADING -Sakshi Dewangan The project entitled "Online Video Downloading" (Bling Downloader) is an attempt to provide an interface which helps the user to watch the desired videos online & even download the videos. The users can comment on the video after logging in and share their views.This project was developed using PHP as a front end design tool and MySql server 2008 as a backend tool. The whole project is divided into four phases i.e. Introduction, System Analysis, Systems Design and Systems Development. Introduction briefly describes the proposed system, the method adopted and tools required. System Analysis and Software Requirements Specification (SRS) describe the functioning of information system under study in narrative form in details like use case diagram, DFD and ERD. It also contains the activity diagrams and the sequence diagrams of the processes; namely login, registration, search videos, download videos and add or delete videos. The final chapters contain all the interfaces of the web page along with its validations. It gives the complete description of the project. Video Downloader allows millions of users to discover watch and share their views with other viewers over the internet. It also allows viewers to download the videos by registering themselves. However, uploading and removal of videos is controlled by the administrator to

Sakshi Dewangan BCA (M) - VI Enroll. No.: 06813702011 Batch: 2011-2014

ensure against absurd content. Users can download videos by registering themselves and by paying the required amount. It exploits the computer technology with the Internet facility. Thus, this project aims at designing such software which could provide quality videos and easy and friendly interfaces to users. The project contains login module to enter the details of the user or administrator such as e-mail id and password. Search Video searches the video by any of its defined keywords or category. Video Maintenance involves the adding of latest videos and deletion of videos if necessary. Video Downloader allows users to download the videos of their choice for which being logged in is a necessity. As per future requirement, the software can be expanded. Users can share i.e. add or delete their own videos which after authentication will be available for public view. Beautification of the system can also be done to give it a more standard look in the future. These are the few benefits of this system which would not need any investment. With the future scope mentioned above, this project can be further improved with new skills & advancing technology.

Guide: Ms. Ramandeep Kaur Assistant Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BCA Major Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BCA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in BCA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  E-LEARNING -Himanshu Galhotra The project entitled “E-Learning using PHP” is an educational purpose website which is another form of distance learning where education and training courses are delivered using computer technology. Typically, this means that courses are delivered either via the Internet, or on computer networks (linked computers). With the increased availability of PCs and Internet access, elearning is becoming more and more popular. E-learning project is designed to enable its user to find books and video according to their choices in a reliable manner and also to provide User & Member a secure and prompt service. Many tasks can be done on the same window like searching, getting in formations, navigate the photo gallery etc. It also reduces the manpower requirement of the establishment, which in turn optimizes the operational expenditure. This online application enables the end users to register online, select the subject, read the course and educate him from given books and videos. The project “E – LEARNING” helps the common world in any field they are to get the knowledge what they want even sitting at their places. The objective of the project is to provide distance learning, to make it convenient for people who have other commitments, cost reduction, reduced paper work, portability and more resources to support the enterprise, improved user service, web-based and more user friendly interfaces to users system design concentrates on the user requirements and phase gives the solution for how the problem should be solved. Design mainly includes the operational and functional behaviour of the full-fledged software. Analysis and design are two related phases which work parallel to generate the complete model of the software. The system under study is using Primary as well as Secondary data collection methods since the data is

Himanshu Galhotra BCA (E) VI Enroll. No.: 03321102011 Batch 2011-2014

collected from various sources.The whole project was divided into five chapters - Introduction/Problem Definition, Systems Requirement Analysis, System Design, System Development, Conclusion and Future Scope. Introduction/Problem Definition was about the introduction of the usefulness of the educational purpose website which is another form of distance learning where education and training courses are delivered using computer technology. Systems requirement analysis is a process of collecting factual data, understand the processes involved, identifying problems and recommending feasible suggestions for improving the system functioning. This involves studying the business processes, gathering operational data, understand the information flow, finding out bottlenecks and evolving solutions for overcoming the weaknesses of the system so as to achieve the organizational goals. System Analysis also includes subdividing of complex processes involving the entire system, identification of data store and manual processes. System design involves Entity Relation Diagram, Database Table Structure, Site Map, Activity Diagram, Sequence Diagram and Data Flow Diagram. System Development involves GUI for User Panel, Blog, Software Gallery (Home), Software Gallery (Upload), Software Gallery (Download), News and Events, Contact Us etc. Conclusion and Future Scope involves limitations, conclusion and future Scope. The reason to have online E-Learning is because of its importance to automate and streamline the management of all the study material from every organization, which provides service for selecting a study material according to the requirement of the user. The admin will maintain record of the detail entered by the user to add a course/subject as per the requirement of the user.

Guide : Ms. Suman Singh Assistant Professor IITM

This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines through academic circular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA (E).

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ONLINE MAQUILLAGE WEBSITE USING PHP -Nitin Chaudhary Online Maquillage will be a website that will help the user to get online features about various cosmetic products as well as purchase them online without getting out of their homes. Online Maquillage is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser. Alternative names are: e-web-store, e-shop, e-store, Internet shop, web-shop, web-store, online store, and virtual store. An online shop evokes the physical analogy of buying products or services at a bricks and-mortar retailer or shopping centre; the process is called Businessto-Consumer (B2C) online shopping. In the case where a business buys from another business, the process is called Business-to-Business (B2B) online shopping. Retail success is no longer all about physical stores, this is evident because of the increase in retailers now offering online store interfaces for consumers. With the growth of online shopping, comes a wealth of new market footprint coverage opportunities for stores that can appropriately cater to offshore market demands and service requirements. The main aim of this project was to develop an interactive and dynamic website that provides the customer with an on-the-click functionality to search for their desired products over a wide range of products and buy them easily and at any time according to the user’s convenience. This project seeks to provide online facility to get features about various electronic products as well as purchase them online from home, office or anywhere. Some of these processes function independently whereas as a few others

are linked to each other. The system must provide the flexibility of generating the features of the required product on screen as well as purchasing them when required. The entire description of each process with related inputs, outputs and data item will be illustrated in depth in chapter’s session. This information system consists of various processes which imbibe in themselves the various goals of the website. This project consists of various modules like registration, user login, product category, purchase cart, payment process, admin login, stock management. The whole project was divided into four phases Introduction and Project Planning, System Analysis, Systems Requirement Specification (SRS) and System Development. Introduction and project planning, was about the introduction of the organization and project management, which was related to the use of schedules such as Gantt charts to plan and subsequently report progress within the project environment. The second phase was system analysis wherein more emphasis was given to understanding the details of an existing system or a proposed one and then deciding whether the proposed system is desirable or not and whether the existing system needs improvements. So, it was all about investigating a system, identifying problems, and using the information to recommend improvements to the system. The third phase of this major project was SRS, a structured collection of information that embodies the requirements of a system and a detailed statement of the effects that a system is required to achieve. And then final stage was developing the website according to the SRS and the planning done in the stages. Also performing various validation checks and testing.

Nitin Choudhary BCAVI(E) Enroll. No.: 05521102011 Batch: 2011-2014

Guide: Ms. Sonia Batra Assistant Professor IITM

This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the  

Institute guidelines through academic circular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA (E).

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF MAJOR PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF BCA SEMESTER VI (BATCH 2011-14)*   S.NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61

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STUDENT’S NAME Priyanka Kumar Gaurav Monish Sewalia Sushant Kumar Vikram Jai Kumar Rinki Mahesh Yadav Nishant Yadav Jacinth Varughese Ramni Lakhera Sanuj Jose Philip Aashish Dhaundiyal Saloni Pharma Raghav Grover Parth Dhawan Rohit Garg Deepak Yash Sharma Anirudh Mukherjee Praise Pillai Lakshay Verma Preeti Sharma Ankush Babbar Devansh Bhatt Mudit Narang Kashish Saini Chetan Tanwar Aditya Soni Dipesh Prabhakar Shivam Singh Nandini Singh Shweta Pathak Vishal Sehdev Sanyam Vij Tarun Malik Jasleen Kaur Rahul Chaudhary Monit Johar Ashmeet Singh Abhay Sadanandan Aman Sharma Sakshi Ujjinwal Anoop Kumar Verma Sakshi Dewangan Surbhi Mamgain Anshul Kumar Punay Mehra Rishil Dudeja Rashi Sharma Surbhi Mahajan Ishan Sharma Ishaan Anita Gupta Gaurav Kumar Ayush Khanna Anuj Saxena Akhil Garg Chetana Lahan Harshit Burmee Abhishek Rana

TITLE Online Jewellery Shopping Using PHP Online Real Estate System Using PHP Online Polling Using Java Online Test Using Java Blood Care Centre Using Java Online Recruitment System Using Asp.Net Electronic Gas Booking -PHP Online Tour & Travels Using ASP.Net Online Car Booking Using ASP.Net Pensioner Portal Using PHP Buzz Today Using PHP Bookurshow.Com Using PHP Online Examination System Using ASP.Net E-Greeting Using PHP "Assessing Minds" Using PHP Dwarkaonline (Address Database) Using PHP Online Auctioning System Using PHP Online Content Rating System Using PHP Recording Studio Management Using PHP Karaoke Site Using PHP Sportsmania.Com Using PHP Internet Mail Server Using Java Online Second Hand.Com PHP Medical Store Using PHP Online Photo Library Using PHP Online Doctor Appointment Using PHP Delhi Police Using ASP.Net Adventure Island Online Booking Using ASP.Net Online Sports Club Management Using ASP.Net Online Bidding System Using ASP.Net Online Job Portal Using ASP.Net E-Tax payment Using PHP Net Banking Using Java Online Advertisement Using ASP.Net Online Job Search Using ASP.Net School Server Using ASP.Net Online Shopping Cart With PHP IITM Online Journal Using PHP NOC System For Higher Education & Passport Using PHP Online Apparels Shopping Using ASP.Net Online Leave Management Using ASP.Net Social Networking Using PHP Online Safari Booking Using ASP.Net Online Customer Complaint Using ASP.Net Online Video Downloading Using PHP Payroll Management System Using PHP Online Networking &E-Book Downloading Using Java Custom Car Modification Using PHP College Event Management Using PHP Goblogging .Com Using PHP Cosmetic Hub Using PHP Online Mobile Accessories Using PHP Music Hub Using PHP Online Automobile Booking Using PHP Online Movie Ticket Booking Using Java Online Mobile Number Registration Using PHP Virtual Dining (Restaurant) Using PHP Online CAB Booking Using PHP Online Courier System Using PHP Online Coaching Centre Using PHP Life Insurance System Using PHP

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Gopal Shivanapalli Naga Abhiram Saminder Pal Singh Roma Sharma Prateek Rastogi Abhay Goel Kartik Mehta Sahil Tyagi Rishabh Goel Nishant Dadiya Ankit Singh Hardeep Singh Himanshu Galhotra Kartik Sud Ankit Kharbanda Mukund Bansal Mayank Sehgal Jatin Demla Ishleen Kohli Prashant Manisha Yadav Payal Maini Muskaan Rahul Sharma Manish Banga Vishwas Khurana Palak Khurana Yatan Mahajan Harneet Kaur Archana Choudhary Kamal Chawla Nitin Choudhary Saurabh Bansal Sahil Dua Samarth Ghai Prabhjot Kaur Aman Sharma Chandra Prakash Sati Bhanuj Bisht Avdesh Khankriyal Akash Rawat Anshul Ajmani Gurmeen Kaur Chadha Ashish Gusain Sahil Saluja Nikita Narang Chetan Arora Sachin Mittal Abhinav Chauhan Abhisek Kumar Amit Kumar Aman Babbar Deshna Khandelwal Nitin Duggal Mukul Kanwar Parveen Gupta Mandeep Singh Abhishek Jain Anshu P Aniyan Shivam Chaturvedi Shivam Prashar Nitish Kumar Samanyu Kashyap Ishank Suryavanshi

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Matrimonial Site using PHP Online Guitar Portico using PHP Quizeepidia using PHP Online Matrimony using PHP Online Auction System using ASP Online Payroll System Using PHP Online-Shopping using ASP Online Attendance Maintenance System using PHP Train yourself using PHP Online Home Tuition Enquiry using PHP Online Car Renting System using ASP My Tutorials Point using PHP E-learning using PHP Online Task Management System using PHP Not Reported Vacation builder using Java Online Hotel Booking using PHP Goods Carrier Agency using jsp Online Cosmetic Store using PHP Online Job Portal using ASP E-Booking Downloading using E-networking using PHP Online Glass Booking using ASP NGO Website using ASP E-Complaint &Information using ASP Online Bus Ticketing System using PHP Online School Administration Portal using PHP Inter &Intra College Event using ASP Intra ailing System using ASP Beautytips using PHP Online Property Management using PHP Online Examination System using ASP Online Maquillage using PHP Online Musical Instrument Selling using PHP Online Vehicle Workshop using PHP Online Gas Booking using ASP Recipes Blog using PHP Online Courier Management Event Management using Asp E-pathological Lab using ASP Dance Portal using PHP Content Based Image Retrieval using Indexing Mediclaim Management System Content Based Image Retrieval using Clustering Online Vehicle Insurance using ASP.Net Institute Management Using PHP Online Home Decor using PHP Online Apparel Shopping using PHP Online Voting System using ASP Online Ayurvedic Products using ASP Computer AMC management System Online Summer Camp Management System Pre Nursery School Admission System using PHP E-greeting.com using PHP Online Electronic Bazar.com using PHP Integrated Complaint System using Java E-recruitment using ASP Online Steel Catalogue& Booking using PHP Health Test Portal using ASP Online Movie Ticketing using ASP Online Bidding using ASP .Net Photo Album using ASP .Net Online News Portal using PHP Online Tour &Travels using PHP E-complaint for Delhi Jal Board using PHP

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM AT DABUR INDIA LTD. -Meenakshi Building on a heritage of quality and experience of over 127 years, Dabur is today India’s most trusted name and the world’s largest Ayurvedic and Natural Health Care Company with a portfolio of over 250 Herbal/Ayurvedic products. Dabur’s FMCG portfolio today includes five flagship brands with distinct brand identities; Dabur as the master brand for natural healthcare products, Vatika for premium personal care, Hajmola for digestives, Réal for fruit juices and beverages and Fem for fairness bleaches and skin care products. Dabur today operates in key consumer products categories like Hair Care, Oral Care, Health Care, Skin Care, Home Care and Foods. The company has a wide distribution network, covering over 3.2 million retail outlets with a high penetration in both urban and rural markets. Dabur’s International Business Division (IBD) today caters to the health & personal care needs of customers across different international markets spanning South Asia, Middle

Meenakshi MBA- IV Enroll. No.: 03413703912 Batch: 2012-2014

East, North & West Africa, EU and US through its brands Dabur, Vatika, Hobby and Organic Root Stimulator. Dabur is a public company with its share listed at premier stock exchanges of country viz. NSE & BSE. The company has been promoted by the Burman family and is professionally managed by Mr. P.D. Narang, Group Director and Mr. Sunil Duggal, CEO. Dabur has its manufacturing facilities at 12 locations in India major being at Rudrapur and Baddi and also at overseas locations major being at Ras alKhaimah, Nepal and Egypt. Dabur’s business can be divided into two categories of consumer products manufacturing and beauty products retail. This project aims at studying the system of performance appraisal and its effectiveness in an organization. Performance appraisal is the most significant and indispensable tool for the management as it provides useful information for decision making in area of promotion and compensation reviews

Guide: Dr.Abhiruchi Singh Verma Associate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of MBAMajor Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of MBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in MBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON RECRUITMENT& SELECTION POLICY AT J K PAPERS LTD. -Sanjana Kapoor JK Paper Ltd. is one of the ten independent companies in JK organization a leading Indian conglomerate with diversified business interests. JK Paper Ltd. was among the first in India to setup an integrated manufacturing facilities of international standards and a turnover of around 1557 Crores in 2012. It has one of the strongest distribution channels in the paper industry and has a great national reach. The company has an export footprint for high value branded products and packaging boards in the Middle East, South Asia, SAARC and various African Countries. Its products are sold through extensive distribution network of 140 wholesellers, 5 depots & 4 regional marketing offices, and covering nearly 4,000 dealers. It offers a wide product range and its brands are synonymous with premium quality paper. As a part of my training the first task for me in the organization was to collect the data about the number of employees within the organization who were aware of the social/professional media site of JK Paper Ltd and also collection of the data from outside the organisation. This provided me immense knowledge about the various impact of social media sites in increasing the image of the organisation as an

Sanjana Kapoor MBA- IV Enroll. No.: 02113703912 Batch: 2012-14

employer which itself is the basic concept of employer branding. The data collected was analyzed on the basis of the responses given by the employees. Based on the result, recommendation and conclusion was drawn at the end.The objectives of the study were to gain insight of JK Paper as a brand in the job market and Impact of social and professional media on employer branding of JK Paper. The data has been collected through questionnaires and interactions with the company’s Management Cadre Staff (MCS). The method used is convenience sampling technique which includes randomly selecting people for filling questionnaires. There were two sets of questionnaires formed for this purpose i.e one for internal and the other is for external i.e, from outside the organisation. Company’s website was used for obtaining raw information and related facts. Exploratory study design has been used. The sample taken for the study is 60 respondents including 30 MCS and 30 outside respondents. The findings of this study suggest that social media nowadays has been extensively used for employer branding and each category will be affected in different ways, in the view of academics.

Guide: Dr.Abhiruchi Singh Verma Associate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of MBAMajor Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of MBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in MBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF MAJOR PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF MBA SEMESTER IV (BATCH 2012-14)* S.NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

ENROLLMENT NO. 02113703912 02513703912 03713703912 04513703912 05213703912 01813703912 04113703912 05513703912 01013703912 05613703912 00313703912 00913703912 01113703912 01213703912 03313703912 03913703912 00513703912 01313703912 01613703912 02313703912 02913703912 05713703912 01413703912 02213703912 04713703912 05313703912 05813703912 00413703912 02613703912 04213703912 04313703912 04913703912 05413703912 02013703912 02813703912 03613703912 04013703912 05113703912 01913703912 03013703912 03113703912 03213703912 03813703912 05013703912 06013703912

STUDENT’S NAME Sanjana Kapoor Harpreet Kaur Neeti Gaur Chakshu Arora Jasmeet Kaur Narang Udit Raj Deepayan Choudhury Arpit Garg Rahul Kumar Mihir Kumar Himanshi Malik Saurabh Gaur Prerna Bhanot Komal Tondak Rachna Garg Amrit Pal Sodhi Govind Kumar Alisha Aneja Charanjeet Kaur Virtika Bhatt Niti Suri Deepika Verma Shivanshu Srivastava Rohit Shokeen Rahul Arora Harpreet Singh Nara Navneet Gautam Pulkit Abhilash Bhardwaj Sudeepa Das Simran Kohli Ridhima Kashyap Anupam Aggarwal Alka Chaudhary Gaurav Goswami Bharti Dahiya Richa Jain Anshul Gupta Pratik Kanwar Jigya Kohli Reena Godora Deepak Dutt Panday Chirag Rachna Negi Manpreet Kaur

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Meena Solanki

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Priyanka Gautam Mohit Dua Meenakshi Sheeba Sobti Ramneet Kaur

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Shruti Verma

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Prakash Ojha

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Vinay Kumar

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Sonam Kaur Gaurav Mehta Rahul Sharma Chandra Mohan Singh

TITLE A Comprehensive Study on Recruitment & Selection Policy at J K Papers Ltd. A Study of Employee Satisfaction Towards Career Planning at PNB A Study of Effectiveness of PA System at BPCL Analytical Study of Performance Appraisal System at IITM A Comprehensive Study on Career Grwoth of BPO Employee Brand Preference of Mobile Phone Amongst College Student of West Delhi A Study of Customer Satisfaction Towards Big Bazaar A Comparative Study on Customer Satisfaction: A Case of Public and Private Sector Bank A Comparative Study on Consumer Preference towards Aerated Drinks in Delhi: A Case of Pepsi Vs Coke A Study On Consumer Attitude Towards Online Reservation Systems: A Case Study Of Indian Railway Perception of Users Towards "Whatsapp" Mobile Application A Study on Worklife Balance of Female Nurses in Public Sector Hospitals: A Case Study of AIIMS Stress Management Practices at Bharat Electronics A Study on Employee Engagement at "Voestalpine VAE VKN" A Study on Technical Consultants at KPIT, Noida A Study on Talent Retention and Job Satisfaction at Exevo Ltd Capital Market in India Impact of Mergers & Acquisitions on Indian Economy : A Study of Last Five Years2007-2012 Comparative Analysis on NPA of Private and Public Sector: ICICI Vs PNB Problems and Success Factors in Micro Financing Analysis of Financial Futures of Cipla Ltd for Feb 2014 and its Comparison with CNX Pharma A Comparative Study of NPAs of Axis Bank Ltd and SBI Last Five Years (2009-14) Factors Contributing in Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction in Automobile Industry: A Study on West Delhi Consumer Attitude Towards Mobile Phone Brands: A Study on College Students Consumer Preference for Residential Properties in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Greater Noida Analysing Supply Chain at Maruti Suzuki India Limited Analysing Purchase Decisions In Case of Electronics Goods: A Study on West Delhi A Comparative Study on Factors Influencing Customer Perception between LIC And ICICI An Empirical Study on |Marketing Strategies of Airtel Analysis of Financial Derivates of The India Info Line IMD for the Period of March 14 Study on Effect of Social Marketing on Consumers Brand Relationship & Switching Behaviour of Young Consumers Between i-Pads and Samsung Tablets An Empirical Study on Consumer Behaviour with Special Reference to LIC A Study of Financial Derivatives of ICICI, SBI and YES Bank: Futures and Options Investment Strategies and Portfolio Management: A Study of Standard Chartered Bank Impact of Open Ended and Close Ended Mutual Funds: with reference to Growth and Return Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions: Study Of 2007-2012 An Emperical Analysis of Stock Price in India :in Reference to IT Sector Abs A Comparative Analysis of Customer Perception Towards Equity and Derivative Markets Analysis of Financial Derivatives of HDFC Bank A Comparative Study of Home loans of SBI and PNB Performance of Mutual Fund in India: A Study of SBI Mutual Funds Performance and Productivity of Indian Banking: A Case of HDFC and PNB Merger and Acquisition of Telecom Sector: A Study on Vodafone and Hutch Perception of Employee Regarding Formal and Informal and its Impact on Potential Performance/Growth: A Case Study of UIIC Ltd Analytical Study of Work life Balance Among Managers at NIMBUZ Analytical Study of Attrition Rate: A Case Study of Barclays Analytical Study of Performance Appraisal System at Dabur India Ltd. Reason of Attrition Amongst Young Career Aspirants: A Study on Cabin Crew Professional of Indian Aviation Industry An Analytical Study of Performance Management System at Rohde & Schwarz India Pvt. Ltd. Awareness of Employees About Their Actual Compensation and Its Effect on Motivational Level: A Case Study of Citi Bank Comparative Study of Major Commodities From Commodity Market A Study on Hospitality Industry With Focus on Brand Equity of Premier and Luxury Five and Four Star Hotel Chains in India Comparative Study of Various Inventory Policies at Medium Size Companies in West Delhi Region Comparative Study of CSR Activities of SBI and ICICI Bank Ltd A Comparative Analysis of CSR Activities between Bharat Petroleum and Indian Oil Corporation Consumer Behaviour towards Big Bazaar

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  eMANAGiNS -Kashish Gupta eMANAGiNS is an ERP solution developed to contour the student information system with respect to cater the institutions, teachers, student and parents. It is built on the extremely elaborated platform incorporating the cloud concept and latest web server technologies. eMANAGiNS is a multidimensional ERP solution for Institutions. eMANAGiNS is a concept and solution developed by AVIS e-Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Now days, information technology is fast influencing how business is done. Transactions are now carried out globally without any need of contact. However many businesses still refuse to take advantage of this evolving trend in information technology. Moreover a need to catch up with the rest of the world in information technology means providing or employing an educational structure that leverages on information technology. A solution that leverages information technology such as eMANAGiNS is the perfect fit for this purpose. The solution combines normal day to day educational working with real world computer mediated to foster an effective management and support solution. It does not aim to discard your current activities but instead enhance it by providing a total centralized solution.For any institution that wants to compete favourably in the future automating all these processes and more will be

Kashish Gupta MCA- IV Enroll. No: 07713704411 Batch: 2012-14

highest on their priority list which can be managed by the eMANAGiNS. eMANAGiNS is a pioneering effort, which is known for excellence and commitment to deliver unique and world class solutions. eMANAGiNS is aimed at automating the entire institutional process coupled with providing a sound information technology solution. This software is being utilized in major and esteemed educational institutions at all levels from Nursery Schools, Graded Schools, Colleges and Universities. As an incorporated user configurable and active solution, it helps institutions to get the detailed and customized information of Administrative and Academic environment. It also provides access and real time update in different forms required at different level of the institutional entities and for other concerns as Students, Parents, Teachers and other staff of the Institution. "eMANAGiNS" is a SMS enabled institutional solution with instant SMS facilities, GPS enabled services and web based online institutional solution. All the information could be accessed with a single click. The security of the system supports its users into several groups. Each group has its own access and set of rights for viewing or modifying data. It provides the optimum reliability. Guide: Ms. Ruby Dahiya Associate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of MCAMajor Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of MCA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in MCA.

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INS STITUTE  E OF INFO ORMATIO ON TECH HNOLOGY Y & MANA AGMENT T  TESTC CUBE - ON NLINE TEST T MANAGE EMENT AP PPLICATIO ON -Ankitaa Goel

The ‘Test Cube Online O Test Managementt pplication for conducting c andd Applicationn’ is a web ap managing series of tests in an organizaation. Throughh this appliccation test caan be quicklyy created andd scheduled and immediiate results too students iss presented as soon as the t test is coompleted. Thiss applicationn is to conduct and process various types off certificate//non-certificatee tests online. Students cann give testss anywhere as a per his/heer choice butt connected to internet. The requuirements forr the client end designn technologyy lies with the softwaare platform. Today, most m of the companies c or institutes aree conductingg their examinaation online to be part of thiss faster grow wing world. Online O Examinnation System m covers alm most all typee of problemss faced by a company or institute while conduucting onlinee examinatioon.

Ankita Goeel MCA- IV Enroll. No.: 01113704411 Batch: 20122-14

JavaS Script enabledd browser (IE E 7.0, Firefoxx 3.0, Safarri 5.0, Chrom me 5.0 and Oppera) and harrdware platfo form of memorry 1GB RAM M whereas the server end design d technoloogy requires sooftware technoologies like Linux, PHP 5.3, 5 MySQL 5.1, 5 PHP Lib – curl enabled and Apachhe2 and hardwaare technologiees like Dediicated Linux Server, Processor: Quad-Coore or Duall-Core Intel® Xeon® X 5500,M Memory: 8GB DDR3 D RAM M, Storage: 1TB HDD SA ATA, CPanel/W WHM (Notee: requires puublic IP), Maill server (SMT TP)and SSH Enabled.

Guide: Dr. Prerrna Mahajan Associaate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract off MCAMajor Proj oject Report subm mitted towards thee requirement of partiall fulfillment for thee degree of MCA and a has been condducted as per the guidelines g issued by the institute. It has beeen adjudged as the best project in MCA. M

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF MAJOR PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF MCA SEMESTER VI (BATCH 2011-14)* S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

ENROLLMENT NO. 00213704411 01113704411 01313704411 01413704411 01513704411 01613704411 01813704411 03513704411 03613704411 03813704411 04413704411 04613704411 04713704411 04813704411 04913704411 05013704411 05213704411 05313704411 05413704411 05513704411 05613704411 05713704411 05813704411 05913704411 06013704411 06113704411 06313704411 06413704411 06513704411 06613704411 06713704411 06813704411 06913704411 07013704411 07113704411

STUDENT’S NAME Suyashi Vasisth Ankita Goel Rohan Khanna Jasleen Kaur Nikhil Kulshrestha Harmeet Kaur Abhishek Sachdeva Ashima Gawar Akshay Agarwal Shweta Simrandeep Singh Palia Krishna Kanti Simranjeet Singh Esha Jotshi Sachin Kumar Priyanka Keshav Sharma Indra Kumar Prajapat Neha Narang Abhishek Giri Prateek Sekhri Himanshu Rawat Sweet Dhawan Sugandha Bhatia Dhiraj Kumar Vivek Dogra Siddharth Dhingra Tridev Amarjeet Pal Singh Ravi Kumar Keswani Rahul Verma Abhishek Saini Himanshu Arora Mithlesh Kumar Chaudhary Nisha

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Aman Kumar Verma

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Siddharth Mehta Manish Roonthala Megha Goyal Deepti Panwar Kashish Gupta Deepak Saigal Raj Roshan Kumar Sahil Kohli Neha Gupta Vasudha Raman Das Prasenjits Sanyal Preeti Kumari Pervinder Singh Rawat Sanjay Nupur Gupta Swati Sharma Nidhi Gupta Aman Nayyar

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09113704411

Heena khera

56 57 58

09213704411 09313704411 09413704411

Jatin Khera Hitesh Narang Pulkit Agarwal

TITLE Mobile Portal Implementation Test Cube Online File Management Perso Profile Checker Food Recepie Application in Android CRM Carrier Path Hospital Information System My Dream Job Asset Management System E-Managing(I.M.S) Online Cab Booking Shopping Cart Active Directory Infrstucture E-learning for IT CRM System Vendor Based Tracking System Data Backup & Restore Locking Media Job Junction Management of group of Hotels Server Management Online Journal Managemnet Techno Task management Online Trading System Vechile Management System Cyber Space GSM based remote monitoring & Grilling Inventory Control Management for logistics Find Dream Home Development of Real State Portal-mynivas.com Intranet Chat Software Project Management System Chalchitra.com Expense Calculator Development & Implementation of Search engine module using web crawler for image gallery module along with Page Updating info & Hit Counter for DRDO website Job Portal Secured Java Application On Port communcation for Remote Located System Intranet Mailing System Intranet Mailing System eMANAGiNS Getup Front Love To Shop My Addhara Mobile Banking For Mobile Corresponding Oracle Data Guard Library Management Human Resource Management System Online Crime Reporting Employies Management System Business management Software Online Placement Preparation Management System Carrier Path-An Online Job Portal Candidate Profile exchange Open Procedure for employment Development & Implementation of Search engine module using web crawler for image gallery module along with Page Updating info & Hit Counter for DRDO website Click 2 Shop (Online Shopping) Online Recruitment System Crime Management System

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ANTHOLOGY:  ARTICLES/DISSERTATIONS 

INDUSTRIAL SICKNESS: A CASE STUDY ON CHEMICAL INDUSTRY IN INDIA POST LIBERALIZATION -Dipinder Kaur

Incidence of industrial sickness is a continuous process and at a particular time some units in a particular industry will be running sick even if the industrial climate is favourable from all points of view. Its analogy can be understood from a society in which some are healthy, some are of medium health, some are sick and others are recouping from sickness. Similar case is with industrial units. Continuous sickness leads to closure. Hence, to avoid closure of industrial unit one has to act much in advance before the incidence of closure takes place. The effort should be to arrest or minimize the rate of sickness. Moreover, prompt action is needed as soon as the symptoms of sickness are visible. All possible remedial measures should be taken at this stage rather than making a hue and cry when the unit is actually dead. In this present paper an attempt has been made to explore the quantum of sickness in Small Scale Industries in India. Small Scale Industries play very important role in the economic development of any developing or under developing country. These industries encourage selfsufficiency, self-reliance and co-ordination. In spite of its importance, the Small Scale Sector is beset with the problem of sickness.

Dipinder Kaur BBA-III M1 Enroll.No.: 04713701712 Batch: 2012-15

The sickness has been acute and adversely affecting production and employment in the country besides other socio-economic repercussions, so there is a need to identify sickness in the initial stages and to initiate the process of corrective measure and revive rehabilitation before the sickness assumes a serious proportion. An industrial unit is considered sick when its financial position is not satisfactory and it further deteriorates year after year. It incurs losses and its capital reserves may be stretched out in course of time. The increasing trend in industrial sickness touching all types of units including Small, Medium and Large Scale Industrial Sectors, but Small Scale Industries are more prone to sickness as compared to medium and large scale industries. The smallscale industrial (SSI) sector is the worst hit. A number of Small Scale Industries are either born sick or stay sick. The earlier the detection of sickness, the earlier will be the remedy for sickness. As soon as they are detected as sick, immediate actions require curing them. The reasons for sickness are different in different units. The main reasons of sickness are management failure, non-availability of raw materials, power cuts, labour unrest, marketing problem etc. The project amply provided me with an opportunity to comprehend and understand the concept by citing the case of chemical industry in India.

Guide: Dr. Nandita Rathi Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Minor Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH -Minali Maheshwari Occupational safety and health is an area concerned with protecting the safety, health and welfare of people engaged in work or employment. All organizations have a duty of care to ensure that employees and any other person who may be affected by the companies undertaking remain safe at all times. The main focus in occupational health is on three different objectives: (i) the maintenance and promotion of workers’ health and working capacity; (ii) the improvement of working environment and work to become conducive to safety and health and (iii) development of work organizations and working cultures in a direction which supports health and safety at work and in doing so also promotes a positive social climate and smooth operation and may enhance productivity of the undertakings. Employers have a responsibility to provide safe working conditions and to preserve human resources. Place of employment should be free from recognized

Minali Maheshwari BBA-III M2 Enroll.No.: 10513701712 Batch: 2012-15

hazards that cause or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to the employees. Accident prevention is a major goal of safety management. Accident investigation and measurement can supply useful data for developing effective safety programmes and improving working conditions. Industrial safety has direct relation to employees’ productivity. Safety contributes to team work, higher morale, and higher productivity. Safety measures prevent accident and thereby considerably control costs involved in compensation, medical aid, loss of production, damage to machinery, spoilage of materials, etc. Further, rules and regulations prescribed under labour laws require employers to provide certain minimum safety measures to their employees. Hence, every employer should pay adequate attention to industrial safety not only for the benefit of the workers but also in the interest.

Guide: Dr. Nandita Rathi Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Minor Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in BBA.

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INS STITUTE  E OF INFO ORMATIO ON TECH HNOLOGY Y & MANA AGMENT T  PER RSONAL SE ELLING PR ROCESS: A CASE STU UDY OF EU UREKA FO ORBES LTD D. -Niikita Khera Inn this project our o objective was w overall unnderstanding off thhe concept off Personal Seelling. To knoow about thee cooncept the com mpany ‘EURE EKA FORBES S LTD’ (EFL)) haas been quotedd to understand d the practical implications i off peersonal sellinng. The project also dwelled on thee coompany’s funnctioning and how personaal selling hass heelped and conttributed to the growth of thee company andd w what communiication skills are required for Personall seelling. Personaal Selling is th he interpersonnal arm of thee prromotion mix. A Company y‘s salespeopple create andd coommunicate cuustomer value through persoonal interactionn w the customer. In companiies that sell bussiness productss with annd services suuch as IBM or DuPont thhe company’ss saalespeople worrk directly witth customers. In consumerr prroduct compannies such as Hindustan H Unileever, Cadbury, Prrocter and Gaamble and Nik ke the sales force f plays ann im mportant behind the scenes ro ole. Euureka Forbes is a leader in domestic and industriall vaacuum cleanerr, water purifiication system m, air purifiers, annd home securrity solutions.T This unique meethod of directt seelling, pioneereed by EFL, has been the keyy to its growth. Thhis strong belieef in customerss service led EF FL to establishh

Nikita Kheera BBA-III M2 M Enroll.No.: 00521101712 Batch 20122-2015

a weell-equipped annd expensive service s networkk to uphold its promise p of beiing “a friend for life’’ for customers. Manyy devices are used to arousee and increasee interest in the product p salesm man of Eureka Forbes Ltd. iss doing this throuugh actual freee demonstratioon of the prodduct and its operaation whereverr feasible. Acccording to Eurreka Forbes Ltd., a sale is neverr complete unttil the product is finally in h of a satisfied user. the hands This led to a uniique model of o personal seelling. Each salessperson of EFL E is called a euro champ. c He demoonstrates, interracts, convincces, installs annd provides serviices at the cusstomer’s doorsstep and bringgs customer care activities to the customer. He is the single point contact between the cuustomer and EFL.. This unique method of dirrect selling, piioneered by EFL,, has been thee key to its growth. “And the t friendly man on his bike, as a euro chhamp is referrred to, has becom me the most identifiable faace of EFL as its brands. This strong belief inn customers seervice led EFL to establish a weell-equipped annd expensive service s networkk to uphold its promise p of beiing “a friend for life’’ for customers.

Guide: Mr. Virennder K. Dahiya Associate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA B Minor Projecct Report submitteed towards the reqquirement of partiaal fulfillment for thhe degree of BBA and has been connducted as per thee guidelines issuedd by the institute. It has been adjudgeed as the best projject in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON RATIO ANALYSIS OF AXIS BANK AND BANK OF MAHARASHTRA FOR THE PERIOD OF 2011-2012 -Nipun Dua

Ratio Analysis is a technique of analyzing the financial statements by computing ratios. In other words, ratio analysis is a process of determining and interpreting relationships between the items of financial statements to provide a meaningful understanding of the performance and financial position of an enterprise. Ratio Analysis is an accounting tool to present accounting variables in a simple, concise, intelligible and understandable form. Ratio Analysis is a form of Financial Statement Analysis that is used to obtain a quick indication of a firm's financial performance in several key areas. The ratios are categorized as Short-term Solvency Ratios, Debt Management Ratios, Asset Management Ratios, Profitability Ratios, and Market Value Ratios. The aim of the study is to analyze the comparison of ratios of banking sector for year 2011-2012.

Nipun Dua BBA-III E1 Enroll.No.: 03821101712 Batch: 2012-15

The underlined objective of the study is to know the financial background of the banking sector and to know the relationship between the banking sector and financial market. The study also analyzed the investment pattern and profitability of the banking sector, the present position of the banks and the study suggested for best financing method and efficient utilization of fixed assets. The study Comparative Financial Statement includes financial structure performance, working capital performance, and Profitability performance but excludes non-financial areas such as production, marketing, personnel and R& D from its purview. Scope of the study was also to judge the capital structure, capital budgeting of the banking sector.

Guide: Dr. Sunitha Ravi Associate Professor IITM

--This is an abstract of BBA Minor Project Report submitted towards the requirement of partial fulfillment for the degree of BBA and has been conducted as per the guidelines issued by the institute. It has been adjudged as the best project in BBA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF DISSERTATION TOPICS FOR BBA SEMESTER III CONDUCTED DURING 2013-2014 BATCH (2012-15)* S.No. 1

ENROLLMENT NO. 00113701712

STUDENT’S NAME Yash Kumar

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Jatin

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Sanju Pooja Sanjeev Singh Mehra Bhupesh Sehrawat Dimpy Kumari Shefali Neha Thakur Nikita Mathur

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Tarun Kumar

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Rushil Mahajan Chandandeep Singh Ishan Bhargava Prateek Sharma Vishal Agrawal Hitesh Sukhija Charuvi Saxena Hitesh Bareja Yash Bahuguna Navisha Walia Gaurav Chauhan Karan Bhalla Aakash Gupta Rohit Arora Pankaj Yadav Vishehs Parakhakar Priya Sachdeva Prabhjot Singh Chawla Arpit Bhatia Nimish Arora Angad Singh Ahden Lakshay Pathani

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Roopali Jain Yashika Sachdeva Abhishek S. Kumar Shivani Rana Abhishek Kalra

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Ashwarya Sinha

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Priya Gupta

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Viraj Arora

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Sahil Bhatia Jatin Kumar Reetika Sachdeva Mahdur Upadhyay Akshay Bagai

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Rishabh Verma

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Vishal Anand

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Astha Bajaj

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Ravinderpal Singh

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Shahzaib Khan

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Ali Shams Zaidi

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TITLE Leadership Styles: A case Study of Future Group, India Industrial Relations Scenario and Sales Growth for the period of last five years: A Case Study of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Leadership Styles: A Case Study of Reliance Industries Limited . Descriptive Analysis of the CSR Initiatives: A Case Study of Infosys and TCS. Situational Analysis of e - Recruitment : A Case Study of IT Industry Study of Reward System for Employees: A case Study of Mc-Donald’s CSR initiatives: A Case Study of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) Business Ethics: A Case Study of Tata Steel Comparative Study of Leadership Styles: A Case Study of Idea Cellular and Airtel A Comparative Study of Organizational Culture: A Case Study of Wipro and Infosys A Comparative Study of Organizational Culture: A Case Study of Hindustan Unilever and Procter & Gamble, India Team Building Processes: A Case Study of Toyota Work Culture: A Case Study of Tata Steel Managing Change: A Case Study of Tata Consultancy Services Employee Motivation Practices: A Case Study of Infosys Organizational Culture: A Case Study of Google Group and Team Performance in Organizations: A Case Study of BHEL Employee Benefits and Schemes: A Case Study of HCL Recruitment and Selection: A Case Study of Infosys Training and Development Practices: A Case Study of HUL Performance Appraisal : A Case Study of Convergys (BPO) Environmental Initiatives: A Case Study of Samsung India Managing Employee Diversity: A Case Study of HCL Motivating Employees: A Case Study of HERO MotoCorp. Organizational Culture: A Case Study of HUL (Hindustan Unilever Limited) Quality Management: A Case Study of L & T Training and Development: A Case Study of HCL Training and Development in Organizations: A Case Study of NTPC Performance Appraisal: A Case Study of BHEL A Study of Team Formation: A Case Study of McDonald’s Training and Development in Organizations: A Case Study of Wal-Mart Work Life Balance at BPO: An Initiative by Employer to Benefit Employees. Employee Benefits: A Case Study of Wal-Mart A Case Study on Industrial Sickness with Reference to Chemical Industry in India Post Liberalization (1991) Poverty in India: A Macro Perspective on Urban Poverty in India A Case Study of Parallel Economy in India with reference to Incidence of Black Money in India E-commerce in India: A Case Study of Business Model of Jabong.com The Study of Fluctuation in Stock Market – A Case Study of Satyam Scam The Study on Fluctuation in Stock Market – A Case Study of Greece Recession. A Case study of Trend Analysis of Exchange Rates of Indian Rupee vis-à-vis US Dollar Foreign Currency for the last Two Years Trend Analysis of Exchange Rates of Indian Rupee vis-à-vis Euro Trend Analysis of Exchange Rates of Indian Rupee vis-à-vis Pound Sterling Foreign Currency for the last Two Years A Case study of decadal Trend Analysis of Balance of Payments (BOP) in India for 2002-2012 Product Line Analysis and Customer Satisfaction: A Case Study of Nestle India Sales Promotion: A Case Study of Samsung India Pricing Strategies: A Case Study of Jet Airways. Advertising Strategy: A Case Study of Clinic Plus A Study on Product Mix of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd and Analyses of Net Sales (in Rupees) and Unit sales of Cars A Study on Product Line Analysis of Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) and Analysis of net sales and net profit of HU Retailing: A Case Study on Big Bazaar Analyzing Product Mix of Tata Motors and Trend Analysis of Sales (in Rupees) of Cars Manufactured by Tata Motor A Comparative Analysis of Product mix, Unit Sales of 100cc to 150cc Motorbikes Manufactured by Hero Moto Corp Pricing Strategies: A Case Study of Nokia

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Pratik Kulshrestha Dhanveer Singh Tarandeep Singh Karan Dharni Anjali Joshi Abhineet Singh Kukreja Minali Maheshwari Depanshu Bhola Moiz Khan Rishu Alag Gundeep Singh Kohli Himal Gupta Akanksha Ahluwalia Preet Tawar Singh Kohli Jagdeep Singh Anshul Kakar Gurpeet Singh Kamal Sharma Sachin Choudhary

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Pricing Decisions of Petrol in Current Indian Scenario. Pricing Strategies and Customer Satisfaction: A Comparative Study of Canon and Nikon in India Pricing Strategies and Customer Satisfaction: A Comparative Study of Surf and Nirma. Pricing Strategies for New Products: A Case Study on Apple ipad. Decision Making based on Comparative analysis of three years PAT: A Case Study of ACC Ltd. & Ambuja Cements Ltd. Financial Planning based on Ratio Analysis of for a Period 2010-11 & 2011-12: A Case Study of Dabur India Limited Multiple Criteria Decision Making in Finance for the Period of 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of Tata Power Balance Sheet Goal Setting based on Common Size Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of WIPRO. Decision making using Cash Flow Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of ICICI Bank. A Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012: A Case Study of Power Grid and Reliance Power Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012: A Case Study of SAIL and TISCO A Descriptive Study on I.P.Os in India: A Case Study on Reliance Power Study on the Impact of KPOs/ BPOs on Indian Economy : A Case study of Convergys. Comparative Study on PSU Bank and Private Sector Bank: Case Studies of SBI V/s ICICI Comparative Study of Financial Statement Analysis for the Year 2011-2012: Case Studies of Bank of Baroda and HDFC Bank. Comparative Study of Financial Statement Analysis for the Year 2011-2012: Case Studies of Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airlines. Budgetary Control System: A Case Study of Ambuja Cement Study of Organizational structure: A Case Study of Google Green Management Initiatives– A Comparative Study of ITC Ltd. & Tata Metaliks Ltd. Green Management Initiatives - A Comparative Study of HCL Green Management Initiatives- A Comparative Study of IndusInd Bank & Baroda Goal Setting: A Case Study of Adani Power Ltd Occupational Health & Safety: A Case Study of Ambuja Cement Ltd Decision Making Processes: A Case Study of Procter and Gamble Leadership styles: A Comparative Study of Infosys and Microsoft Leadership Style in Indian Organizations: A Case Study of Tata Group Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study of Eureka Forbes External Environment Analysis: A Case Study of Hyundai Motors Total Quality Management: A Case Study of Toyota Motor Corporation Organizational Culture: A Case Study of Bajaj Electricals Limited Employee Welfare Schemes : Bajaj Electricals Limited Leadership Styles: A Case Study of Women Leaders in Indian Industry A Study of the Organizational structure of ‘MicroSoft Eco-friendly Initiatives– A Comparative Study of NTPC Ltd. & ONGC Green Management Initiatives– A Case Study of BHEL Green Management Initiatives- A Comparative Study of State Bank of India & Punjab National Bank Work Ethics:A Case Study of Britannia Industries Ltd to India and Japan CSR Initiatives: A Case Study of Dabur Ltd Decision Making: A Case Study of Avantha Group Analytical Study of Leadership Styles followed at Tata and Reliance A Comaparitive Study on Leadership Style at Reliance Retail and Relaince Communication A Study of Motivational Factors: A Case Study of Tata Steel Logistics Planning: A Case Study of AMUL Decision Making: A Case Study of Google Study of Organizational structure: A Case Study of Dr. Reddy's Laboratories A Study of Motivational Factors for Sales personnel in Insurance Sector Analytical Study of Leadership Styles: A Case Study of GR Gopinath Stock Exchanges in India: A Study of IPOs in India (Year 2010-2012) Print Media as an Employee Recruitment tool: A Case Study of Times of India Environment Management: A Case study of ACC Ltd Comparative Financial Statements Analysis of Banks for 2011-12: Case Studies of Punjab National Bank and HDFC Bank Banks as a Home Loan Lender : Case Studies of S.B.I and H.D.F.C Comparative Financial Statements Analysis of Automobile Companies for 2011-12: Case Studies of Maruti Suzuki Macro Trend Analysis of Revenue Budget in India for a Period of 2009 – 2012.

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Bhanu Sharma Xeetij Sharma Jayant Khanduja Amit Kumar Archit Sharma Shubhankar Baluni Akash Shekhawat Jasmeet Singh Matharu Akash Sharma Kiran Hansraj Tanveet Kaur Bhatia Harkesh Mehra Rochit Kalra Simranjeet Singh Saran

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Financial Statement Analysis for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of Infosys Alternative Choices based on Financial Statements for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A case Study on TCS Stock Exchanges in India: A Study of IPOs in India (Year 2010-2012) Comparative Financial Statements Analysis of cement companies for 2010-12: Case Studies of Ultratech and ACC Cements Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Retail Sector : Is It good or bad? Mergers and Acquisitions in India during the Period 2009 – 2012 Comparative Financial Statements Analysis of cement companies for 2011-12: Case Studies of Ultratech and Gujrat Ambuja Training & Development as tool of Employee’s Skill Up gradation: A Case Study of TCS Market Segmentation: A Case Study of Cadbury India Sales Promotion: A Case Study of LG Electronics India Personal Selling and Communication Skill: A Case Study of Eureka Forbes Market Segmentation: A Case Study on Behavioral Segmentation by Coca Cola India Network Marketing in India: A Case Study on Amway Product Mix: A Case Study of Dabur India Positioning: A Case Study of Titan Macro Trend Analysis of Capital Budget in India for a Period of 2009 – 2012. Ratio Analysis for a Period 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of ITC Limited Analysis of Balance Sheet for the Period of 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of Reliance Communications Financial Decision Making based on Common Size Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of MARUTI SUZUKI India Limited. Cash Flow Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of LIC of India Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012: A Case Study of BPCL & HPCL Comparative Analysis of Three Years PAT: Case Study of ACC Ltd. & Birla Cements Ltd. Ratio Analysis for a Period 2010-11 & 2011-2012: Case Study of ONGC Asset and Liability Management for the Period of 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study on Dabur India Ltd. Common Size Statement Analysis for the period of 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study on RIL Cash Flow Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of LIC of India Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012: Case Study of Reliance Power & Power Grid Corporation Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012: Case Study of Axis Bank & Andhra Bank Financial Decision Making using I.P.Os in India of Last Three Years Comparative Study on Ratio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012 : Case Study of Axis Bank & Bank of Maharashtra Comparative Study on PSU Bank and Private Sector Bank: Case Study of PNB V/s ICICI Financial Decision Making based on Comparative Financial Statements Analysis for 2011-12: Case Study of PNB and AXIS Bank Success Management: A Case Study of Sunil Mittal Organizational Culture: A Case Study of Pizza Hut Performance Appraisal & Performance Feedback- A Case Study on BHEL A Study of Retention Strategies in ‘Business Processes Outsourcing (BPO)’ Industry in India Employee Orientation & Socialization: A Case Study of Toyota. Work Motivation: A Case Study of Dabur Quality of Work Life: A Case Study of Infosys Work Motivation: A Case Study of TCS Managing Organizational Change: A Case Study of Sony India. Social Responsibility of Business: A Case study of HCL Leadership Style in Organization: A Case Study of Tesco Business Ethics- A Case Study of Tata Steel Workplace Environment: A Case Study of Tata Steel Industrial Relations with respect to Industrial Unrest: A Case Study of Hero Motocorp Employee Retention Practices: A Case Study of Wipro. Empirical Study on Gujarat Ambuja Ltd w.r.t Growth in Sales and Profit in Rupees for the Last Three Years Trend Analysis of Bharti Airtel Ltd w.r.t Growth in Customer Base and Profit in Rupees for the Last Three Years Analyzing Mergers & Acquisitions in Iron and Steel Industry in India in the Last Ten Years A Study on Product Mix, Unit sales of Cars (Domestic and Export) Manufactured by Hyundai Motors India Ltd for the Last Five Years Sales Promotion: A Case Study of Apple iPhone A Study on Advertising Strategy of Amul Butter

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PRAGYA 2013-14 

Analysis of Growth in Sales and Profit in Rupees for the Last Three Years: A Case study on Ultra Tech Cement Advertizing Strategy: A Case Study of Lux Soap Product Line Analysis and Customer Satisfaction: A Study of Cadbury India Ltd. Market Segmentation: A Case Study of Garnier India Pricing Decisions of LPG Cooking Gas in Current Indian Scenario A Case Study of Growth Trends of India’s Export Relations with Southern Africa for Past Five Years A Case Study of Growth Trends of India’s Export Relations with ASEAN Countries for Past Five Years A Case Study of Growth Trends of India’s Export Relations with CHINA for Past Five Years Trend Analysis of GDP Growth Rate in India for the Past Ten Years: A Case Study Trend Analysis of GNP Growth Rate in India for the Past Ten Years : A Case Study A Case Study of Aggregate Production of Indian Industries using IIP(Industrial Index of Production) for the Last Five years. A Case Study of Inflation in India Using CPI (Consumer Price Index) for the last Two Years( on quarterly basis) Financial Decision Making based on Comparative Financial Statements Analysis of Aviation Industry for 2011-12: Case Studies of Spice Jet & Indigo Budgetary Control System and Goal Setting : A Case Study of Birla Cement Bharti Airtel after Zen Acquisitions: Is it a Right or Wrong Decision? Analysis of Financial Statements for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of HCL Technologies Trend Analysis of Financial Statements for 2009-10 to 2011-2012: A Case Study of Tata Steel Comparative Study of Financial Statement Analysis for the Year 2011-2012: Case Studies of Suzuki India & Hyundai Comparative Study of Financial Statement Analysis for the Year 2011-2012: Case Studies of Citi Bank and HDFC Bank Analysis of Financial Statements for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of ICI Chemicals Analysis of Financial Statements for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of Reebok India Comparative Study of Financial Statement Analysis for the Year 2011-2012: Case Studies of SBI and HDFC Bank A Macro Study of Foreign Investment in India Post Liberalization A Macro Trend Analysis of Indirect Tax Revenue Receipts in India for a Period of 2010 – 2013 A Macro Trend Analysis of Capital Budget in India for a Period of 2010 – 2013 Analysis of Financial Statements for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of ITDC Balance Sheet for the Period of 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of TTML Employee Empowerment strategies: A Case Study of Bhilai Steel Plant Workers Participation in Management: A Case Study of BHEL Managing Labor Turnover & Absenteeism: A Case Study of TCS Managing Workforce Diversity: A Case Study of IBM Employee Motivation and Retention Strategies: A Case Study of Microsoft Corporation Quality Circle: A Case Study of BHEL Creativity and Decision Making: A Case Study of Accenture Human Resource Development: A Case Study of Max Health Care Employee Motivation Practices: A Case Study of Big Bazaar Retail Chain Recruitment and Selection: A Case Study of Tata Steel Corporate Social Responsibility : A Case Study of Tata Group Leadership Styles: A Comparative Study of Future groups and Reliance Industries Training and Development: A Case Study of IBM Total Quality Management: A Case Study of Tata Steel Hiring Process: A Case Study of Hyundai Motor India Quality Circle: A Case Study of Hero Motocorp CSR Initiatives: A Case Study of ACC Ltd Organizational Culture: A Case Study of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Recruitment and Selection: A Case Study of Life Insurance Corporation Green Management: A Case Study of Sony Descriptive Analysis of Fiscal Instruments in India: A Case Study of Past Five Comparative Study of Unemployment Rates According to Rural & Urban, Status: for a Period of Last Five Years A Case Study on Trend analysis of inflation in India for the Last Ten Years A Case Study on Market Equilibrium: A Case of Equilibrium of Demand and Supply in Real Estate in Delhi & NCR A Case Study on growth of National Income in India from year 2000 -2013 Pricing Strategies and Practices: A Case Study on Airline Industry Price Discrimination: A Case Study on Indian Railways Price Discrimination: A Case Study of Thomas Cook Tour Operators Price Discrimination: A Case Study of SOTC Tour Operators

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Price Discrimination: A Case Study of MTNL A Case Study of Trend Analysis of Sales Performance of Last Five Years of Large Scale Industries in India with reference to Automobile Industry A Case Study of Trend Analysis of Sales Performance of Last Five Years of Large Scale Industries in India with reference to Automobile Industry A Case Study on Food Security in India after Economic Reforms A Case Study on Capital Market Reforms in India in Last Ten Years A Case Study on Major Issues and Growth Prospects of Information Technology Industry in India A Case Study on the Decadal Analysis of Fiscal Deficit in India (2002- 2013) A Case Study on the Performance of Indian ‘Manufactured goods’ Exports for a period of Previous five years.(2008-2013) A Comparative Study on trend of Saving Rate and Investment rate between India and US for a period of last five years (2008-2013) A Case Study on the Public Distribution System of India A Case Study of the Decadal Trend Analysis of Principle Imports of India Common Size Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of L & T Analysis onCash Flow Statement for 2010-11 & 2011-2012: A Case Study of ABB Comparative Study onRatio Analysis for the period of 2011-2012 : Case Studies of NTPC and Power Grid Corporation

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  VIRTUAL CLASSROOM USING VB.NET -Ramni Lakhera & Raghav Grover

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Project Description: A virtual classroom allows learners to attend classes from anywhere in the world and aims to provides a learning experience that is similar to the real classroom. Thus, virtual classroom can be visualized as a classroom where a lecture or session is conducted using Internet. The virtual classroom project emphasizes on easy and quick teaching making it simpler for the students to grasp things in a new manner.

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Objectives and Scope: The Virtual Classroom has been developed to meet the requirements of the changing world. The software provides an interactive medium through which learning is made simpler, flexible and pleasing. The software was developed keeping in mind the below mentioned objectives: ¾ Emphasizing on easy and quick learning by providing a simple easy to use interface.

Ramni Lakhera BCA (IV) Enroll. No. : 01713702011 Batch 2011-14

Providing the student with a facility of keeping the record of all the lectures and the content of a particular subject. The interface would provide the facility to download various books and study material like e-books, various knowledge testing short test etc. Providing facility through which students’ could view their lectures anytime, anywhere as per their convenience. Making the software useful not only to the students but to the faculty as well as it would help them to keep a track of other faculties’ activities.

Conclusion: The present software has got the facility of uploading and downloading the resources at the faculty end and downloading at the students end. Various facilities like Blackboard, Profile Update, Multiple Files Downloading etc. are there. The project still has some limitations as at present the software is being operated offline but soon it would be upgraded with the feature of online use as well.

Raghav Grover BCA (IV) Enroll. No. : 02213702011 Batch: 2011-14

Guide: Ms. Harsha Ratnani Associate Professor, IITM

-This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  COMPUTERIZED EXAMINATION SYSTEM -Aashish Dhaundiyal & Mahesh Yadav System Introduction Computerized Examination System forms the lifeline of the educational institutes to conduct the examination. This examination System is very important for an institute to handle the examinations and their result evaluation. The features of this project are: It is cost effective because it has eliminated the paper work completely and the application will have a user friendly and menu based interface. As it is a desktop application, thus there is no requirement of internet connection to run the application.

In present days the availability of the computers has laid a strong foundation path for conducting most of the prestigious examinations. Computerized Examination System is window application in which there are two levels of the examinations: “Beginners & Advanced”. Each level is composed of questions in any one of the three subjects which are: “VB.NET, ASP.NET & C++” .The paper will come on the choice of subject given by the user at subject selection module. The main modules of the Computerized Examination System are: Registration Process, Login Process, Subject & Level Selection Process, Examination Process and Add Question Process.

Objectives of the System This project will be very useful for any educational institute where regular evaluation of students’ is required. It can also be very useful for others who require quick feedback based on objective type responses. This can be used in educational institutions as well as in corporate world. It can be used by everyone any time for the purpose of the examination. There is no restriction that the examiner has to be present when the candidate takes the test, user can login with his specific id and give test and can see the results as well, and it will reduce the work of assessing the answers given by the candidates. Modules Related with System It is a modern method of conducting examination which is widely accepted and response to the ever increasing environment of conducting examination through online in all the sectors of education and job. It will considerably replace the traditional paper and pen based examination in future. Aashish Dhaundiyal BCA (IV) 02013702011Ramni Batch: 2011-14

A student who is using the application for the first time needs to register himself in the Registration process in which he/she will enter his/her personal details with the login password after which he/she will get a random computer-generated ID which is used for further login by the student. Questions are uploaded by admin by logging into into the system with his specific ID & password. A registered student who wishes to give examination will log into the system with his computer-generated ID and password which he/she gave at the time of registration. After login into the system, the subject & level selection screen will appear for the student. When he/she select a choice for both fields the examination for those choices gets started. The examination process is monitored by the timer in which user has to complete his/her examination, otherwise screen will disable. On successful completion of the examination, the score card will appear for the user which shows the grade of the student in examination undertaken.

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Guide: Ms. Ramandeep Kaur Assistant Professor, IITM

-This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  RAILWAY RESERVATION SYSTEM -Mukund Bansal &Nitin Duggal The project entitled as “Railway Reservation system” is an attempt to computerize the day to day activities of booking of ticket at the railway ticket counter. Indian Railways (IR) is an Indian state-owned enterprise, owned and operated by the Government of India through the Ministry of Railways. It is one of the world's largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km (71,000 mi) of track over a route of 65,000 km (40,000 mi) and 7,500 stations. As of December 2012, it transported over 25 million passengers daily (over 9 billion on an annual basis). In 2011, IR carried over 8,900 million passengers’ annually or more than 24 million passengers daily (roughly half of which were suburban passengers) and 2.8 million tons of freight daily. In 2011–2012 Indian Railways had revenues of 1,119,848.9 million (US$19 billion) which consists of 696,759.7 million (US$12 billion) from freight and 286,455.2 million (US$4.9 billion) from passengers tickets.The objective of developing such a computerized system is to reduce the paper work and saving time in railway reservation management thereby increasing the efficiency and decreasing the work load, Java (JDK (1.5.1)) and Oracle 10g were used as a software platform to implement the system. This information system consists of various processes which imbibe in themselves the various goals of Railway Reservation. Some of these processes function independently whereas as a few others are linked to each other. Login Process was designed so that the registered customer can login into the system. Enquiry Process was designed so that customer can enquire about the various trains and there timing. Reservation process was designed to help user to book online ticket of its train.

   

Booking status process was designed to help customer to check the current status of the booked ticket. Cancellation process was designed to help customer wants to cancel the booked ticket can do the same but 48 hours before the Chart Preparation. Some nominal charges are charged for the cancellation of the ticket. This system was designed, keeping in mind all the limitations of existing system and this system is basically concerned with booking ticket, cancelling ticket, checking Booking status etc. As we know the manual processing is quite tedious, time consuming, less accurate in comparison to computerized processing. It creates a lot of problems due to wrong entries or mistakes in totalling etc. This system avoided such mistakes through proper checks and validation control methods in checking of Customer record, Booking, Cancellation, Booking status etc.The whole project was divided into three phases - Introduction and project planning, System Analysis & Systems Requirement Specification (SRS).Introduction and project planning, was about the introduction of the organization and project management, which was related to the use of schedules such as Gantt charts to plan and subsequently report progress within the project environment. The second phase was system analysis wherein more emphasis was given to understanding the details of an existing system or a proposed one and then deciding whether the proposed system is desirable or not and whether the existing system needs improvements. So, it was all about investigating a system, identifying problems, and using the information to recommend improvements to the system. The third and final phase of summer training was SRS, a structured collection of information that embodies the requirements of a system and a detailed statement of the effects that a system is required to achieve.

Mukund Bansal BCA (V) Enroll No.: 03721102011 Batch: 2011-14

Nitin Duggal BCA (V) Enroll No.: 08021102011 Batch: 2011-14

Guide: Ms. Ramandeep Kaur Assistant Professor IITM This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per

theInstitute guidelines through academiccircular Academic Circular No 3/2008. This was adjudged the best Project in BCA (E).

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -Roma Sharma & Manish Banga The project entitled as “Hospital Management System” is an attempt to computerize the day to day activities of the Hospital. Fortis Health care Ltd is one of the largest private healthcare companies in India. The company is having a network of 28 Hospitals, Satellite Centers and Heart Command Centers. These hospitals include multi-specialty hospitals as well as super-specialty centers providing tertiary and quaternary healthcare to patients in areas such as cardiac care, orthopedics, neurosciences, oncology, renal care, gastroenterology and mother and child care. Fortis Healthcare Limited is a huge established chain of super specialty hospitals which are actually based in Delhi. It’s also present in Jaipur, Mohali, Amritsar, Navi Mumbai etc. It is one of the India’s largest Healthcare and Asia’s fastest growing networks. It has the best specialists and the surgeons who have worked long time in US. Hospital Management System is software for registering the patient in the hospital database, allotting him the required bed and doctor and also issuing him the bill as well as the bill summary accordingly. This system keeps the record of patient admitted in all respects from keeping track of the doctor allotted to him, to bed allotted and the bill issued and paid by him. The purpose of this document is to analyze and elaborate on features of the Hospital Management System. It focuses on quick entry of the records and the procedure to be followed and easy updating and fetching of records whenever needed.

Roma Sharma Class: BCA-IV (E) Enroll. No. : 00821102011 Batch: 2011-2014 Guide: Mr. Munna Pandey Assistant Professor IITM

Vb.net is used as front end and MYSQL Server is for back end. Various functions and structures are used to make a complete use of the language and to develop best forms and best layout to make the access easy and maintainable. This project is well versed with the programming. The Software Requirements Specification captures all the requirements in a single document. The Hospital Management System is developed to provide a faster and more efficient way of recording the patient history in the hospital’s database. The whole project was divided into three phasesIntroduction and Project Planning, System Analysis & Systems Requirement Specification (SRS). Introduction and project planning, was about the introduction of the organization and project management, which was related to the use of schedules such as Gantt charts to plan and subsequently report progress within the project environment. The second phase was system analysis wherein more emphasis was given to understanding the details of an existing system or a proposed one and then deciding whether the proposed system is desirable or not and whether the existing system needs improvements. So, it was all about investigating a system, identifying problems, and using the information to recommend improvements to the system. The third and final phase of summer training was SRS, a structured collection of information that embodies the requirements of a system and a detailed statement of the effects that a system is required to achieve.

Manish Banga Class: BCA-IV (E) Enroll. No. : 04821102011 Batch: 2011-2014

This is an abstract of the project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Computer Applications and was compiled as per the Institute guidelines through Academic CircularNo3/2008.This was adjudged the best Project in BCA (E).

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF MINOR PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF BCA SEMESTER V (BATCH 2011-14) * S.NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

ENROLLMENT NO. 00113702011 02713702010 00213702011 01513702011 00413702011 06113702011 00713702011 00813702011 07013702011 05513702011 04913702009 00913702011 07813702011 01613702011 02513702011 02013702011 01213702011 01713702011 02213702011 06213702011 02313702011 03213702011 02413702011 03813702011 05013702011 02713702011 02813702011 01813702011 06513702011 0601372010 03613702011 04313702011 04113702011 07613702011 04413702011 04913702011 05113702011 05313702011 05413702011 06913702011 06013702011 00513702011 06313702011 05713702011 06413702011 05913702011 05613702011 06713702011 0011372010 0271372010 06813702011 02113702011 07113702011 07413702011

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STUDENT’S NAME Priyanka Kumar Akhil Garg Gaurav Nishant Yadav Monish Sewalia Rahul Chawdhary Vikram Jai Kumar Anshul Kumar Shweta Pathak Gopal Krishan Rinki Anita Gupta Jacinth Varughese Deepak Aashish Dhaundiyal Mahesh Yadav Ramni Lakhera Raghav Grover Monit Johar Parth Dhawan Praise Pillai Rohit Garg Ankush Babbar Aditya Soni Yash Sharma Anirudh Mukherjee Sanuj Jose Philip Aman Sharma Harshit Burmee Lakshay Verma Mudit Narang Devansh Bhatt Ishaan Kashish Saini Chetan Tanwar Dipesh Prabhakar Shivam Singh Nandini Singh Surbhi Mamgain Jasleen Kaur Sushant Kumar Ashmeet Singh Sanyam Vij Abhay Sadanandan Tarun Malik Vishal Sehdev Anoop Kumar Verma Gaurav Ayush Sakshi Dewangan Saloni Pharma Punay Mehra Surbhi Mahajan

TITLE Student’s Fee Calculation and Management System Hotel Management System Crime File System Railway Reservation System Active City Administration System Online Electricity Bill System Faculty Management System Resume Builder System Computerized Examination System Virtual Classroom Online Shopping Website Tihar Jail Management System Faculty Feedback Management System Sports Club Management System Movie Ticketing System Employee Management System Delhi Transport Department IITM Portal (Admin Mgt. & Chat Mgt.) Courier Management System Delhi Police Cybercrime Student Profile Management System Sales Order Processing System Clinic Management System Video Library Management System Leave Management System Customer Care System Civil Registry of Indian Citizen Italiano Hub Inventory Management System

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Rashi Sharma Preeti Sharma Sakshi Ujjinwal Chetana Lahan Rishil Dudeja Ishan Sharma Anuj Saxena Abhishek Rana Shivanapalli Naga Abhiram Amit Kumar Saminder Pal Singh Saurabh Bansal Roma Sharma Manish Banga Prateek Rastogi Ankit Singh Abhay Goel Rishabh Goel Mandeep Singh Ishank Suryavanshi Kartik Sud Deshna Khandelwal Sahil Tyagi Nishant Dadiya Chandra Prakash Sati Hardeep Singh Himanshu Galhotra Kartik Mehta Ishleen Kohli Mukund Bansal Nitin Duggal Mayank Sehgal Yatan Mahajan Jatin Demla Prashant Manisha Yadav Archana Choudhary Palak Khurana Muskaan Rahul Sharma Avdesh Khankriyal Vishwas Khurana Parveen Gupta Harneet Kaur Prabhjot Kaur Sahil Saluja Kamal Chawla Sahil Dua Gurmeen Kaur Chadha Ankit Kharbanda Aman Sharma Akash Rawat Anshul Ajmani Ashish Gusain Shivam Chaturvedi Nikita Narang Nitin Choudhary Abhishek Jain Shivam Prashar

Attendence Management System Tours & Travels Management System Urban Gas Ltd. Gas Agency Management System Logistics Management System Inventory Management System Hospital Management System Result Information System Trainee management system Sports Club Management System Student HelpDesk Management System Social Networking Site Online Library management System Study Material Management System Banking & Loan Management System Railway Reservation System Flight Reservation System Delhi Metro Ticket Booking System Marksheet Generation System Telephone Management System Online Voting Management System Medical Store Management System Shopping Mall Management Recruitment Management System Hostel Mgt System Customer Complaint Management system Event Management System AMC Mgt System for HCL Computers Shopping Store Management System Dish TV Sales Management System

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07321102011 08121102011 07421102011 07521102011 07821102011 05821102011 05821102010 04521102011 07121102010 08021102010 07621102011 06421102011

Chetan Arora Mukul Kanwar Sachin Mittal Abhinav Chauhan Aman Babbar Samarth Ghai Anshu P Aniyan Payal Maini Nitish Kumar Samanyu Kashyap Abhisek Kumar Bhanuj Bisht

Restaurant management system Samba Server - IITM Portal Library Management System Cab Management System Rent Management System Music Store Management System

*as per the guidelines issued by the Institute

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ISCSI: THE FUTURE OF NETWORK STORAGE -

Introduction In this new era of computing, data storage has changed its role from secondary with respect to CPU and RAM to primary importance. In general, networked storage architectures have evolved from Network-Attached Storage (NAS), Storage Area Network (SAN) to most recent storage over IP (IP SAN). NAS architecture allows a storage system/device to be directly connected to a standard network, typically via Ethernet. SAN technology, on the other hand, provides a simple block level interface for manipulating non-volatile magnetic media. Internet SCSI (iSCSI) is the most recently emerging technology with the goal of implementing the IP SAN. In computing, iSCSI, is an acronym for Internet Small Computer System Interface, an Internet Protocol (IP)based storage networking standard for linking data storage facilities. By carrying SCSI commands over IP networks, iSCSI is used to facilitate data transfers over intranets and to manage storage over long distances. ISCSI can be used to transmit data over Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), or the Internet and can enable location- independent data storage and retrieval. The protocol allows clients (called initiators) to send SCSI commands (CDBs) to SCSI storage devices (targets) on remote servers. It is a storage area network (SAN) protocol, allowing organizations to consolidate storage into data centre storage arrays while providing hosts (such as database and web servers) with the illusion of locally attached disks. Architecture Essentially, STICS is a cache that bridges the protocol and speed disparities between SCSI and IP. Its basic components are as follow: 1. SCSI interface: STICS supports SCSI communications with hosts and other extended storage devices. Via the SCSI interface, STICS may run under two different modes: initiator mode or target mode.

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2. Ethernet interface: Via the network interface, a STICS can be connected to the Internet and share storage with other STICS’s or NAS. 3. Intelligent processing unit: This processing unit has an embedded processor and an amount of RAM. A Specialized Log- structured file system, standard SCSI protocols, and IP protocols run on the processing unit 4. A log disk: The log disk is a sequentially accessed device. It is used to cache write data along with the NVRAM above in the processing unit. The log disk and the NVRAM form a two-level hierarchical cache. 5. Storage device: The regular storage device is an optional component. It can be a disk, a RAID, or JustBunch-Of-Disks (JBOD). It is used as an extra nd backup storage capacity. Working of iSCSI When an end user or application sends a request, the operating system generates the appropriate SCSI commands and data request which then go through encapsulation and if necessary, encryption procedures. A packet header is added before the resulting IP packets are transmitted over an Ethernet connection. When a packet is received, it is decrypted (if it was encrypted before transmission), and disassembled, separating the SCSI commands and request. The SCSI commands are sent on to the SCSI controller, and from there to the SCSI storage device. Because iSCSI is bi-directional, the protocol can also be used to return data in response to the original request. Applications 1. The use of familiar network technology and management reduces training and staff costs, and increases stability and reliability of an organization's infrastructure. 2. iSCSI is scalable over long distance or in a Local Area Network, enabling remote data replication and disaster recovery. 3. Standard firewall and security measures can be used to protect an organization's data. 4. There is no need to have large trunks of dark fibre or other communications infrastructure deployed,

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with accompanying contract and SLA management. An organization's security need not be compromised by the theft of a laptop, for example, since no confidential data need be stored on the thin client. Provides a high degree of interoperability – reduces disparate networks and cabling, and uses regular Ethernet switches instead of special fibre Channel switches Ethernet transmissions can travel over the Global IP Network and therefore have no practical distance limitations

Drawbacks 1.

2.

It is limited by TCP window size i.e. it cannot achieve maximum throughput on a single TCP connection. TCP packets may get lost causing delay in delivery of subsequent packets. If packets are lost next iSCSI headers cannot be found.

3. 4.

TCP checksum is not sufficient for storage data integrity. TCP usually entails multiple copying of data.

Conclusion Organizations with changing data requirements, especially those requiring data storage security or disaster recovery will benefit most from the introduction of IP storage and iSCSI. As performance increases and iSCSI SANs become ubiquitous, they will gradually be integrated into enterprise TCP/IP networks. Distributed intelligent services and automated allocation of storage resources via virtualization will become an integral part of the future evolution of iSCSI SANs. ISCSI is seen as a cheaper alternative to Fiber Channel SANs. The IP wave of technology development and enhancements like the introduction of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, iSCSI provides a logical unified infrastructure development path for corporations and service providers alike.

Sapna Gupta BCA-IV (M) Enroll. No.05513702012 Batch: 2012-15

--This article was adjudged as the best article in BCA

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  ARTICLE ON FUTURE PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES Introduction A programming language is an artificial language designed to communicate instructions to a machine, particularly a computer. Programming languages can be used to create programs that control the behavior of a machine and/or to express algorithms. Many programming languages require computation to be specified in an imperative form (i.e., as a sequence of operations to perform), while other languages utilize other forms of program specification such as the declarative form (i.e. the desired result is specified, not how to achieve it).The description of a programming language is usually split into the two components of syntax (form) and semantics (meaning).

- Arun Sharma an interactive source-level debugger. The programmers have done least to address the core problems such as creating comprehensive test suites, finding bugs and security vulnerabilities in code, finding the proper documentation, example code snippets. Today, all of these tasks must be done manually by humans, which is slow, error-prone, and costly. Future Programming Technology There will be drastic improvements in automatic test case generation, software bug finding, code verification, and information retrieval tools will make it far easier for a programmer in the year 2030 to quickly write and revise software that is reliable, maintainable, and malleable.

Future Programming Scenarios Automatic Test Case Generation Different approaches to programming have developed over time, being identified as such either at the time or retrospectively. The various old programming techniques are: Machine Code (mid 1960s), Procedural languages (1960 to 1975), Object-oriented programming and Modular Programming. Modern tools and compiler tricks mean that higher level abstractions (where you hand low level control over to your tools) can actually provide better performance. The trend is inexorably towards higher level languages and tools. The programming environment is also changing. The two major changes areas follow: a) Distributed processing where the platform a program may be running on is no longer a single machine or processor b) Virtual environments where a program is an object in a 3D virtual world Current Programming Technology A typical modern-day programmer spends most of his work time interfacing with an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) on his computer. Within the IDE, he can browse through the entire project tree of source code, navigate via auto-generated 'hyperlinks' to jump across files (e.g., by clicking on a function call site, he can navigate to the function's definition), write and compile code, run automated tests, and debug via

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The IDE will constantly be running as many relevant tests as possible all the time while the programmer is working, which will provide nearly-instant feedback when semantic bugs arise. Programmers can not only save the context-switching time of manually running tests, but more importantly, can identify and fix bugs more effectively. Automatic Bug Finding Compilers of the future will be able to perform far more sophisticated static analysis that can find deeper bugs, thanks again to enormous available computational power. These futuristic compilers will be able to instantly compile code and report bugs in the form of messages. With the help of such intelligent advices by the compilers the larger project will be easy to handle and programmer can efficiently manage the software. Code Verification: Code verification is a far tougher problem than bug finding. Imagine that every evening while programmers are at home sleeping, all of their desktop machines and data centers will be connected together into a cluster of hundreds of thousands of CPUs cranking simultaneously on verifying some property of the latest version of the code base. Then when programmers return to work the following

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  morning, they receive an email report showing which properties still remain properly verified and which ones were broken due to the prior day's code edits. Information Retrieval: Programmers must retrieve and comprehend information about the given software system and its multitude of components before they are able to make effective contributions to it. Today, this information retrieval task is a tedious manual process. In future, computers will fluently assist in these programming-related information retrieval tasks. Just like how Google do, when a new programmer is browsing through a particular piece of code, his computer can make informed suggestions for who are the best people to contact if he has a question about that code.

Conclusion: As the more fast machines were developed so the new programming techniques were developed. After the development of programming paradigm, the technology was also developed so that a programmer can efficiently develop programs. New IDE with intelligence compilers, fast CPU’s were developed. Automatic code generator IDEs were also developed so that programmers have to write less and can do more. But, still there is so much of scope for the improvement in programming world. According to our needs in the future, the creation of new programming languages and techniques will continue to communicate with different types of machines.

Arun Sharma BCA-IV (M) Enroll. No.: 03513702012 Batch: 2012-15

--This article was adjudged as the best article in BCA

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA Education is the most crucial investment in human development. Education strongly influences improvement in health, hygiene, demographic profile, productivity and practically all that is connected with the quality of life. The policies and approach to investment in the Education sector and its development in the next decade assumes critical significance from this standpoint. University and Higher Education: The excellence of our university products and professionals is well acknowledged both at home and abroad. The competitive advantage of the country can be maintained and improved only if the university and higher education sectors perform well. Their contribution to improving our capability to interact effectively with the fast expanding global technoeconomic systems has been significant and their potential needs to be harnessed to the full. Open University System: The Open University System is offering a broad-based curricular content in humanities, social sciences, physical and natural sciences as well as in professional disciplines like agriculture, computer applications, education, engineering, management, nursing, nutrition, etc. The institutes of correspondence education of the dual mode universities registered an enrolment of about 7 lakhs. In addition, the four open universities had an aggregate enrolment of over 8 lakhs. Technical Education: There has been substantial growth of technical education during the post-Independence period. The number of technical institutions at the first degree level increased from 49 in 1950-51 to 418 in 1996-97. The output of technical graduates increased from a level of 2200 in 1951 to about one lakh per annum. For diploma courses, the increase was from 2480 to 1.7 lakh annually. Postgraduate and Doctoral programmes in engineering are now available in 150 institutions. About 60 polytechnics offer advanced and post- diploma courses, most of them initiated during the Eighth Plan under the Technical Education Project assisted by the World Bank. The four Technical Teachers Training Institutions have assisted in the development of more than 500 polytechnics under this scheme. Achievements During the Eighth Plan Period: The major emphasis in higher education during the Eighth Plan was on (i) integrated approach to higher education, (ii) excellence and equity, (iii) relevance of higher education, (iv) promotion of value education and (v) strengthening of management system in university institutions.

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In order to provide facilities for higher education, particularly to the deprived sections of the population and neglected regions of the country, several new universities and colleges were opened, particularly in the NorthEastern region. Special efforts were made to provide facilities for specialized groups like SCs, STs and women. The new facilities include increased intake and greater utilization of distance education mode. Mobility of the faculty and students has been facilitated by expanding the schemes of staff quarters and student hostels. Management Education: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is entrusted with the responsibility of regulating, controlling and ensuring the quality of Management Education in the country. The formation of a National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and organization of a number of workshops contributed substantially to widespread awareness and concern for quality in Management Education. For regulating the entry of new institutions, the AICTE developed an effective and transparent evaluation system based on certain norms and standards which were developed in active collaboration with the leading management academicians. The critical norms related to curriculum development, academic standards, admission process, number and quality of faculty members and the governance system. Women's Empowerment: The National Agenda for Governance also states: "We will institute plans for providing free education for girls up to college level, i.e. under-graduate level including professional courses would be made free". An adequate provision will be made for the scheme for this purpose during the 9th Five Year Plan. On a long-term basis and in close collaboration with State and local governments, the financial implications of making education free for girls upto the graduation level will be worked out, in so far as these relate to the Department of Education. Management Education: In view of the emerging needs of Indian economy, the new dimensions of management education and research have necessitated technology up gradation to achieve quality control, use of information technology for overall improvement in output and performance as well as competitiveness. There is an imperative need for networking and linkages between leading management institutes, university departments of management and centers of management education, especially in private sector on the one hand and industrial establishments and user organisations on the other.

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  Ninth Plan Out-Lay and Physical Targets: The basic agenda for the Ninth Plan is to fulfill the objectives of Article 45 of the Constitution by charting out a clear course of action to make primary education free and compulsory up to Vth standard, though the ultimate object

is to universalize up to VIIIth Standard. This phasing is necessary because of the resource constraint on one hand and enormous complexity of the problem on the other.

Pankaj Arora BCA-IV(E) 07321102012 Batch: 2012-15

--This article was adjudged as the best article in BCA

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION SYSTEM BY NEURAL NETWORKS -

Shruti Gupta

As we enter the new millennium, identification is used for almost everything nowadays. With technology on a rapid pace of improvement, the need for accurate identification is very necessary, especially with the increased use of automated transactions. Humans have certain unique properties in them. The study of these properties is called biometrics. Biometrics is the ability to automatically recognize a person using distinguishing traits such as fingerprints, face, retina or iris from the eye, voice, and hand geometry. Each of these methods of recognition has advantages and disadvantages. With the online shopping getting more and more popular, transactions on the internet have brought many security problems to surface as people often give out their personal information and credit card number for each of their purchases.Many times, a person’s credit card number can be stolen and misused. If a biometric recognition system is applied, it can help reducing the risk of shopping online to an extent.

2.1 Sectorization and Normalization: The fingerprint image needs to be normalized so that no differences in brightness or contrast exist throughout the image. Furthermore, sectorization is used in the next step in the process –feature extraction. The 6 Gabor Filters used are lined up with 12 sectors in each band. 2.2 Gabor Filtering: By applying Gabor filters, we are able to remove noises, preserve ridge and furrow structures, and provide information contained in certain direction of the image. 2.3 Feature Vector - Variance Calculation: After obtaining the 6 Gabor filtered images, the variance of pixel values in each sector is calculated. This variance gives an idea of the concentration of ridges in each direction in that sector. Higher variance values imply that the ridges in the sector were in a more similar direction to that angle of the Gabor filter, while lower variance values imply that the ridges were in other directions and were thus filtered out.

1. Method

2. Post-Processing

1. PRE-PROCESSING: Fingerprint database consisting of different people is collected. 60 images for each were collected.

Mean Nearest Neighbor: Mean nearest neighbor is chosen as the classifier. One feature vector from each individual person is calculated from the training set and then saved in the database for future matching. The feature vectors in the database are gathered from better quality images.

1.1 Center Point Determination: Initially, A Reference Point, Or Center Point, must be determined. The center point is found at the point of maximum curvature of ridge lines. 1.2 Minutiae Detection: A minutiae is a pattern of the low of the ridges or valleys. A fingerprint can have number of minutiae’s. The minutiae’s can be distinguished and classified into many different types.Image Orientation: A major obstacle in fingerprint recognition is that the images obtained are not usually perfectly aligned. Usually rotation and displacement of some sort is evident. To adjust for this, rotation of the input image is performed.

2. Main Process

3. Results & Conclusion Overall, the center point determination algorithm did not give precise results. Noise and low image resolution are important factors that these images possess. Better quality images may result in improved center points. However, the algorithm used is not accurate in general. As for the minutiae detection algorithm, it did not function very effectively. The main reason for this was the presence of noise in the fingerprint images. The process takes in a threshold value and binaries the image. Therefore, noise values are attributed to a 0 or 1 and affect the results greatly.

Shruti Gupta BCA-IV(E) 05221102012 Batch: 2012-15

--This article was adjudged as the best article in BCA

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  LIST OF PROJECTS CONDUCTED DURING SUMMER VACATION 2013-2014 BY THE STUDENTS OF MCA SEMESTER II (BATCH 2012-15)* S.NO.

ENROLLMENT NO

STUDENT’S NAME

TITLE

05913704412 05713704412 05213704412 07213704412

Charu Shikha Arun Akash

Comparative Study of Process Scheduling Algorithms Programming Language: C/C++

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06313704412 07013704412 03513704412 06113704412

Cheshta Vernika Mehak Maninder

Implementation of T9 Text Algorithm Programming Language: C/C++

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02413704412 01813704412 04913704412 08613704412

Manpreet Kanika Shweta Bhavya Bhutani

Movie Recommender System Programming Language: C/C++

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05413704412 06213704412 05313704412 07813704412

Shantam Supreet Swati Jyoti

Clustering Techniques: A Comparative Study Programming Language: C/C++

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02113704412 07913704412 01013704412 02513704412

Abhishek Jayraman Amrit Karan

Association rule mining Programming Language: C/C++

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01413704412 02313704412 04713704412 05113704412

Anurag Rohit Arora Prabhu data Ashima

Insurance Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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04813704412 06913704412 07113704412 07313704412

Kushagra MD Irfan Prithviraj Nath Sonal Jain

Traffic management System Programming Language: C/C++

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Yugal Kumar Sidharth Vaibhav

University GPA Calculation Programming Language: C/C++

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Nitin Gautam Kapoor Rohit Gupta Vinit

Make A Class Calender Programming Language: C/C++

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Sourabh Sikka Naveen Kumar Himanshu Nautiyal Paras Chauhan

Book Bank Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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Pooja Kumari Deepti Pillai Parul Thakur Tuba

Pharmacy Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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Harendra Singh Anuj Garg Himanshu

Healthcare Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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Shalini Shilpa Sonam Dolly

Laboratory Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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Pooja Rani Ankita Gupta Palak Singla Shubham Gupta

Course Allotment Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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Neha Gurcharan Manish Preety

Game Management System Programming Language: C/C++

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  EXPRESSIONS REFORMS IN EDUCATION SECTOR -

Sukrit Kapoor

Education is an oft repeated word that has the most significant role in shaping our lives. Education plays a very important role in our development, growth and livelihood. We all know that life has been evolving ever since it was discovered and therefore everything also is bound to evolve and same is the case with ‘Education’. To cater to every person’s knowledge the education system has been evolving ever since the early 1800s. Academic reformsfulfill the demand of improving the education system as well as catering to the changing needs of the society.

there were demerits and merits both! But for students in that batch everything went uncertain in the near future. But then it also made us aware of our strong points which would help us shape our future. The second major reform that we students were a witness to was of adding of value based questions in our board examination. A radical reform has happened with the advent of digital education in primary classes in India. The internet communication capabilities make it potentially useful for better knowledge and also the computer’s ability to stimulate physical systems makes it potentially useful in teaching science.

A stated motivation has been to reduce cost to students and society at the same time increasing their knowledge. The reforms take many forms and directions throughout history and present day the meaning and methods of educations have changed through debates over what content and experiences result in an educated result or society.

However some reforms have not had the expected beneficial impact for instance the much hyped reform at the university level introduced in the year 2013 consequently in 2014 the University Grants Commission has asked the University of Delhi to roll back FYUP which has led to a series of chain reactions namely, problems for the B.TECH students, BMS students to name a few.

A lot of us were impacted by a very significant part of an education reform. The school batch of 2009-2010 knows what is an education reform namely the intense CCE (CONTINOUS & COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION) enforced by the Central Board of Secondary Education. We were made to adjust to the changes to the methods of evaluation in between the midterm examination as they were called before FA and SA(s) came into light. Certainly

We all agree that the improvements in the education system are for our better development and we do need reforms but it should be ensured that the procedure goes through fewer bumps on its way to implementation.

Sukrit Kapoor BBA-II (E1) 05121101712 Batch: 2012-15

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGMENT  TAE-KWON-DO

- Divyajit Devgan Taekwondo a style of fighting that originated in Korea and that uses kicks and punches but no weapons "Tae" means "foot" or "to strike with the feet". "Kwon" means "hand", or "to strike with the hand". "Do" means discipline, art, or way. Hence Taekwondo (foot-hand-way) means literally "the art of the feet and the hands" or "the art of kicking and punching". It is characterized by the use of high standing and jump kicks as well as punches and is practiced for sport, self-defense, and spiritual development. In sparring, blows are stopped just short of contact. Origin Based on earlier forms of Korean self-defense, tae kwon do was formalized and named in 1955. Taekwondo- As a self Defense for Women: Taekwondo martial arts or otherwise called fighting arts is a practice and tradition of combat. All kind of martial arts has the same objective of physically defeating another person or defending oneself from physical harm or threat. Some martial arts are associated with beliefs while others follow a code of honour. It is considered as an art and a science. Taekwondo is not only for men but also for women. Women are found to be weaker in physical strength as

compared to men. The need of women to learn taekwondo is increasing nowadays because of increasing incidents of rape and harassment. But if a girl has knowledge about some self defence techniques, she would easily be able to handle the situation and defend herself. Aside from this benefit of protecting yourself, taekwondo can improve awareness of the mind and body. The mental strength will be improved as you master the art of focusing. You will be able to focus more on your daily task and improve your level of alertness even with small details of what is happening around you. Concentration is very important in taekwondo training. To be an effective martial arts student you must be able to picture out your success as you go along with the training. Learning Taekwondo can improve one’s physical and mental health. Feeling stronger mentally will give you the sense of security to be able to manage any dangerous situations that might occur. It will build up your self confidence to handle any physical threatening circumstances. Throughout the training you will learn the movements and their impact on your body as well as on opponent. Knowing when to strike or hit and how to do it properly will give you the strength with your full body potential.

Divyajit Devgan BBA-III (M2) 12513701712 Batch: 2012-15

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INS STITUTE  E OF INFO ORMATIO ON TECH HNOLOGY Y & MANA AGMENT T  ALU UMNI REFLECTION NS: KNITTTED AND NETWOR RKED 

HIMANSH HU KHANNA A BCA (22009-2012)

“IITM is our Gurukul, our Gurukul off knowledge, w wonderful exxperiences and developm ment. What I a today, a major hand still am s says of IITTM.I grew ass a person with a mature mind m to take decisions off my own. IITM M not only developed my m computerr language skillls but also those t which most of thee y youth lacks nowadays-Per n rsonal Develo opment skills.

“My experience in IITM has been an n endearing h points. En ntering this one with a lot of high o a student, institute I waas a shy & inttrovert kind of coming out of o it I am a student full of confidence. This journey won’t end here; h IITM haas been my on & will alw ways remain 2nd home frrom graduatio that way. It will always be the turning block to SOJO PHIL LIP BCA (2009-22012)

M has enhanceed and honedd “The time sppent at IITM my creative skills. In thesse three yearss I was givenn ample opporrtunities by thhe college to participate inn different acctivities whicch provided me with a holistic deveelopment.” PREETI SINGH A (2011-14) BBA

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Institute of Information Technology & Management, New Delhi

Management Department

Department Vision Management department aims to achieve excellence through perseverance in management education with value based knowledge, acumen and skills. Department Mission Department strives to inculcate academic excellence, professional skills and to stimulate the thinking process thereby imbibing human values amongst the burgeoning Managers for proficient and effectual execution with a high sense of professionalism.

Department of Information Technology

Department Vision The Department of Information Technology aims to promote value based quality education to the students and impart skills and training in the field of information technology and allied areas to meet the industry demands

Department Mission The overall mission of the Information Technology Department is to provide students with up-to-date curriculum and pedagogy in the information technology and equip them with thinking skills, and prepare them to meet the growing demands for competent and trained professionals.

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WE CARE FOR OUR ENVIRONMENT

WE the IITM Fraternity Resolve that: 1. We shall keep our Surrounding Clean. 2. We shall use Separate Bins for disposal of Biodegrdable and NonBiodegradable Waste. 3. We shall Not Use Plastic Bags & persuade others not to use them. 4. We shall positively contribute to Reduce Air, Water & Noise Pollution. 5. WE shall Plant & Preserve Greenery in the campus, at home and at public places. 6. We shall Conserve Water & Electricity. 7. We shall maintain our campus as Tobacco Free Zone.

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CONVOCATION AT IITM 

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