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TITLE OF PROJECT
A STUDY OF INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS WITH RESPECT TO MLSU, UDAIPUR (AFTER PAY REVISION) DIVYA MEENA DR. KARUNESH SAXENA No professional curriculum is considered

NAME OF THE STUDENT NAME OF FACULTY SUPERVISOR* RATIONALE OF STUDY

complete without work experience. It is well evident that work experience is an indispensable part of every professional course. In the same manner practical work in any organization is must for each and every individual, who is undergoing management course. Without the practical exposure one cannot consider himself as a qualified or a capable manager. Entering in the organization is altogether like stepping into a new world. At first, everything seems strange and unheard but as the time passes one can understand the concept and working of the organization and thereby develop professional relationship. Initially it is felt that as if classroom study is of less relevance and is useless in any concern’s workings. But gradually it is realized that all fundamental & basic concepts studied are linked in one or other ways to the organization. But how and what can be done with fundamental, depends upon the intellect and applicability of an individual. In my research I have tried to find out INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS while conducting a research on the professors of mohan lal Sukhadia University one of the oldest university in the country, having the finest faculty in Rajasthan state. In my research work, I have analyzed the primary data from the faculty, both permanent and temporary of mohan lal Sukhadia University, UDAIPUR especially FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES. For this I have prepared a set of questionnaire, for the university faculty.

REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Investment is a term frequently used in the fields of economics, business management and finance. It can mean savings alone, or savings made through delayed consumption. Investment

To study the conceptual framework of investor behavior. there is anticipation that some return will be received from the investment in the future. According to economic theories. To analyze the investor behavior of university teacher. . OBJECTIVES 1. When an asset is bought or a given amount of money is invested in the bank. While dealing with the various options of investment. Methodology Adopted The information was collected through personal interview and telephonic conversation conducted through the mode of questionnaire. which have not been consumed. To review the available literature. investment is defined as the per-unit production of goods. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Major Hypotheses There is a positive relationship between the university teacher perspectives to the market movements. To study the investment profile and preference of university teachers.can be divided into different types according to various theories and principles. In terms of national production and income. known as gross investment. 4. 3. 2. Examples of this type of investments are tangible goods like construction of a factory or bridge and intangible goods like 6 months of on-the-job training. be used for the purpose of future production. but will however. the defining terms of investment need to be kept in mind. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has an essential constituent. As “The finance sector today is becoming more of a battle based on information based society companies with superior information enjoys a competitive advantage”. There are a number of definitions of investment.It was important to collect detailed information on various aspects for effective analysis.

Review of literature Chapter 4. SECONDARY DATA: Secondary data was collected mainly from internet.Research Methodology Chapter 5. printed journals. Respondents were requested to help with the questionnaire at MOHAN LAL SUKHADIA UNIVERSITY. ii. SAMPLING: Judgment.Analysis of DataData collection The data was collected through primary as well as secondary source. vii. xi. PRIMARY DATA: Primary data was collected from 30 respondents using a schedule of question and a survey was conducted. non-random sampling was used. viii. newspaper articles and books written on the Indian stock markets. CHAPTERISATION i. iii.Conclusions and suggestions Bibliography . Cover page Certificate of supervisor Declaration from student Acknowledgement (if any) Preface Contents Chapter 1 (conceptual framework) Chapter 2 (conceptual framework if required ) Chapter 3. v. xiii.Analysis and interpretation Chapter 6. ix. iv. x. vi. xii.

Khan) www. Y.gov.com www. UDAIPUR RAJASTHAN Financial Management --Prasanna Chandra www.hindubusinessline.in THE MLS UNIVERSITY.com ---------------------------------SIGNATURE OF SUPERVISOR -----------------------------SIGNATURE OF CANDIDATE (DR.co.com www.KARUNESH SAXENA) (DIVYA MEENA) .com www.sebi.economictimes.mlsu.xiv.google.com www.com www. Papers published/ presented xv.cfm-india. Details of consultancy taken xvi. Paneerselvam) Financial accounts (M.indiainfoline. Appendices REFERENCES Research Methodology (R.

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