Pia Project Report

5874 words - 23 pages

Causes of loss to PIA
Research Project on Determinants of Loss to PIA
Pakistan International Airlines Company
A Dissertation/Project to Fulfill the Requirements for Obtaining the Degree of Master in Business Administration
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION G.C.UNIVERSITY, FAISALABAD
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Research Project on Determinants of Losses to PIA
Pakistan International Airlines Company
SUBMITTED BY:
AHSEN ALI 509 ADNAN MEHMOOD 530 ABEERAH ZAIDI 540
SUBMITTED TO:
Mr. HAZOOR MOHAMMAD SABIR
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION G.C.UNIVERSITY, FAISALABAD
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION G.C.UNIVERSITY, FAISALABAD
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Dedicated To Our
parents &
Teachers
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
When We start writing, We stop for while and think what to write? How to write? We have no words to express our feelings. But We have to write to offer our humblebees sense to "ALL MIGHTY ALLAH" The most beneficial, gracious and merciful who enable us to perceive higher ideas of life and helped us through out our life especially in writing this report and all blessing to His favorite PROPHET MUHAMMAD(PBUH) who is the greatest personality of this universe.
After God we owe our heartiest gratitude to our parents and our family whose prayers encouraged us to complete our task.
We are also extremely thankful to all of our teachers for their sympathetic treatment, reward less help, precious suggestions, constant encouragement and personal interest and kind guideline that enable to write our report.
At the end we shall like to thank all our class fellows who always helped us in our studies when we needed We are also thankful to Mr. Ashraf(air traffic controller) and Mr. M. Nasir(salary Maintainer) For co-operating with us.
ABEERAH ZAIDI AHSEN ALI
ADNAN MEHMOOD
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Method of investigation……………………..
Data analysis………………………………...
Description of problem…….........................
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