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tell me about ur self 
can work in make it possible manner 
Why do you want a do MBA........
Dear Sir/Madam as we know that today's era is full of competition and a lot of uncertainties and in thatcondition we do need such a path which could be most helpful for our holistic career. as per MBA isconcern it is the way which passes through that objective wat I asseted d above. apart from that it alsoteaches us that how to manage the things in our day to day life.MBA means only management....I have lots of qualities related to manage the work very techfully sothat y I have choose this field so I can be prove my skills in very better way.......
How can v calcute BSE index?
 bse index is sensex.it includes 50companies share.avarege capitalize value of those 50 companies shareis sensex bse index is called sensex.for that it takes 30 compnys.market capitaliztion movement for these 30companyes reflects sensex. for this base year is 1991
What is the difference between SENSEX and NIFTY?????
SENSEX is the index of Bombay stock Exchange(BSE)& NIFTY is the index of National Stock Exchange(NSE)Sensex the Index number used to depict the changes occured in the position of scrips on the BombabayStock Exchange and the Nifty is used to depict the same on the national stock exchange.The BSE sensexis composed of 30 stocks and Nifty is composed of 50 stocks.
What is Money market & Capital Market?
Capital markets which consist of:Stock markets, which provide financing through the issuance of shares or common stock, and enable thesubsequent trading thereof.Bond markets, which provide financing through the issuance of Bonds, and enable the subsequenttrading thereof.Money markets, which provide short term debt financing and investment
what is the difference between commercial banking and investment banking?
Investment banks profit from companies and governments by raising money through issuing and sellingsecurities in the capital markets (both equity and bond), as well as providing advice on transactions suchas mergers and acquisitions. Until the late 1980s, the United States and Canada maintained a separation between investment banking and commercial banks.Commercial Banking is nothing but making daily transactions like depositing withdrawal and makingregular course of actions is to be known as commercial banking Investment banking is the place wherethe process of investments and analysings takes place
difference Between P&L A/c and Balance Sheet?
Profit & loss account is pepare for find out the net profit/Loss for the period whereas Balance sheet is pepared for find out the financial position of business on a spesific date Profit & loss account is pepared by taking closeing balances from nominal account whereas balance sheet ishi iam santosh ,iam pursuing my mba in Icfai National Collage Hubli.idid my B.com in SRJV Collage Shiggaon.my mother is my full strength because after my father expired ,my mom helped me lot from mychildwood onwards. my strength are making my sarrounding as happiest and i
 
 prepare only takeing balances of other than nominal accountlike personal & real. 
What do you mean by Forefieted shares?
forefieted shares means which unpaid by the investor to alloted shares. these are again sale to public isknown as forefieted shares or buyback shares.
what is hedging? what is funding? what is deriveatives market in a lay man language?
Hedge:Making an investment to reduce the risk of adverse price movements in an asset. Normally, a hedgeconsists of taking an offsetting position in a related security, such as a futures contractFunding Agreement:Funding agreements are marketed to mutual fund companies and municipal reinvestments. These products are generally used for their security and flexibility as they can be altered to meet the specificcash-flow need of thecontract holder.Derivative:In finance, a security whose price is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets. Thederivative itself is merely a contract between two or more parties. Its value is determined by fluctuationsin the underlying asset. The most common underlying assets include stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies, interest rates and market indexes. Most derivatives are characterized byhighleverage.Derivatives are generally used to hedge risk, but can also be used for speculative purposes. For example,a European investor purchasing shares of an American company off of an American exchange (usingAmerican dollars to do so) would be exposed to exchange-rate risk while holding that stock.To hedge this risk, the investor could purchase currency futures to lock in a specified exchange rate for the future stock sale and currency conversion back into euros.
What are fixed Assets and current Assets?
Fixed Assets are acquired for use over relatively long periods for carrying on the operations of the firmand they are ordinarily not meant for resale.Eg-: Land, Building, Plant, Machinery, Patents and Copyrights.Current Assets are, however, the cash or other resources which have high liquidity within the operatingcycle of the firm. Current Assets are usually held for a short period of time as against fixed assets whichare held for longer  period of time.Eg-: Cash, Debtors, Inventories, Loans & advances, and Pre- paid expenses.fixed assets are which we can not move to once place to another place& also we can not transfer easyinto the cashcurrent assets are which we can move&also transferable into cash with in one year 
What is equity?
Equity is the capital amount which is raised or contributed by the members of the company.The net worth of a company. This represents the ownership interest of the shareholders (common and preferred) of a company. For this reason, shares are often known as equities.
What is EPS?
Earnings Per Share (EPS) = Net income (PAT) / No. of outstanding shares.PAT=>Profit After Tax
 
eps refers to earnings per share. it means the earnings available per share. it is arrived by dividing the profit after tax and preference dividend with number of equity shares of the company.
what is finance?
finance it is regarded as blood of the organisation.without finance the firm can,t be existing.it refers tothe financial assets which r necessary for run the business smoothly.Finance is related with cost, time, money and risk...........It deals with matters related to money andmarkets.........resousce allocation amd its management aretha part of this.
what is your strength
My Strength is how can do my work at the best which company need from me,How i can involve with my team to achieve out standing goal, Working as ateam work and Hardwork.Believe in planning before doing any work, and keeping all the records which i have done in mywork placei think your attituted is ur ineer strength, and outer strength are, positive thinking and on work Don't sayknow to any kind of work first you try to do that job if not possible to do that job try to take your boss tosol. this problem. that is good strengthi am a fast learner, good listener, optimistic and hard working. i believe in group effort. i am a goodteam player.can work under multilingual environment. and i like to learn from my past experience.....
If the product has fail can you sell that to customer?
Yes i can, according to me a product can never be failed untill we count it in scrap. i will search the paststratigies of company and check the steps of productlonching, target customer ect. than i target a perticular segment of buyers by creating confidance incompany, in the product, and also provide good after sale services. i will also appoint sale channels withhigher commisions than compititors. Also oblise the old users by providing free services and discountedspareparts. i am sure it will help in selling any product but it will take some time because "ROME can't built in a day".yes...but before selling it i will find out the reason why the product has failed.....i will add someadditional features in the product and do the proper segmentation and positioning of the product before bringing it in the markert..
what is marketing & why is it useful ?
marketing is a very important part of the sale as if there is no marketing for the product sale is also not possible. it is usefull in many ways as it help to sell our product easily ,every one will come to knowabout the product and thus sale of onces product become easy through marketingmarketing is the way of flowing goods from the manufactur to the end user.in marketingsales,publicity,advertaisement,promotional activities are the key functions.it is useful to reache the product to the end user.
wat is marketing strategy?
Strategy, the word means the company policy towards promoting the product in whatever the bestway/means.The copany can participate in tender to enter into domestic/international market, only if the company haslaid down policies.Few of the areas the company concetrates is pricing policy (how competitive the price to compete in thetendering process & win).Example:

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