Financial Analysis of L&T Infotech

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TERM PAPER ON

Financial analysis of

L&T Info-tech

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SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY:

Ms. Shelly Mam Rajwinder nijjar Reg no. 11002347 Roll no. B39

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I am thankful to Ms. Shelly mam who provided me with the opportunity and guided me in successful completion of my term paper. Under her valuable guidance, constant interest and encouragement, who have devoted their ever-precious time from their busy schedule and helped me in completing the term paper.

Special, continual assistance while completing the term paper was provided by the friends. I wish to acknowledge my special thanks to them for their help and cooperation in order to complete this project.

I am also thankful to those who have helped me intellectually in preparation of this term paper directly or indirectly. I am deeply indebted to the various sources of information from relevant sites from internet and books.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

|SR. NO. |PARTICULARS |PAGE NO. |
| 1. |Introduction to company L&T Info-tech |4 |
|2. |Balance sheet of the company |4-5 |
|3. |Profit and loss account of the company |5-6 |
|4. |Ratio analysis |6-20 |
|5. |Interpretation on the basis of ratio analysis |21-22…...

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