Reliance Telecom

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A Brief Study
On
“TELECOM SERVICES OF RELIANCE COMMUNICATION’’

PROJECT REPORT

Submitted for Partial fulfillment for
The Award of the Degree of
Master of Business Administration
(2007-2009)

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & RESEARCH
# 62B, ELECTRONIC CITY, PHASE-1, OPP. POLICE STATION,
BANGALORE, PIN-560100

Submitted by: GAURAV GUPTA Enroll. No. – 5310700343 Reg. No. - 531M8075F00198 MBA (FINANCE & RETAIL) Session: - 2007-2009

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Mr. Gaurav Gupta bearing university Regd. No. 531M8075F00198 has successfully completed the project on the topic “TELECOM SERVICE IN RELIANCE COMMUNICATION”. Director Mr.Amit Gupta…...

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