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Finding out the cause of sales-stickiness
Of
Times of India published Bengali news daily
Ei Samay

By

Saswata Biswas

June, 2015

Finding out the cause of sales-stickiness
Of
Times of India published Bengali news daily
Ei Samay

By

Saswata Biswas

Under the guidance of

Shri Rupak Sengupta Dr. Soma Arora
AGM,RMD Assistant Professor
Times Group IMT, Ghaziabad

June, 2015

Certificate of Approval

The following Summer Project Report titled " Finding out the cause of sales-stickiness of Times of India published Bengali news daily Ei Samay " is hereby approved as a certified study in management carried out and presented in a manner satisfactory to warrant its acceptance as a prerequisite for the award of Post-Graduate Diploma in Management for which it has been submitted. It is understood that by this approval the undersigned do not necessarily endorse or approve any statement made, opinion expressed or conclusion drawn therein but approve the Summer Project Report only for the purpose it is submitted.

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