Customer Satisfaction with Respect to Mobile Phones

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ANALYSIS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION WITH RESPECT TO MOTOROLA MOBILE PHONES

Submitted in partial fulfillment for the award of degree for 3year course in BBA (3rd year) 2005-2008,

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This is to certify that the project report titled " Analysis of customer satisfaction with respect to Motorola Mobile phones" is submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree of " Bachelors of Business Administration" at New Delhi Institute of Management, New Delhi is a bonafide project carried out by abc under my supervision and guidance and no part of this report has been submitted for the award or any other degree, diploma, fellowship or other similar titles or prizes and the work has not been published in any scientific or popular journal or magazines.

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A Research study can’t be completed without the guidance, assistance, inspiration and cooperation from various quarters. This study also bears the inspiration of many persons. This project required hard work, sincerity and devotion which I tried my best to put in this project and in turn gained a lot of knowledge and confidence from this project.

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my project guide xyz who has helped me in completion of this project. He has been a constant guiding force and source of illumination for me. It entirely goes to his credit that this project has attained its final shape. I would like to thank him for his valuable advice and guidance.

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