Description Of Case Study

3.0 DESCRIPTION OF CASE STUDY . These case studies were conducted to identify the systems, technology, techniques, process and implementation of the Industrialised Building System (IBS) and the conventional construction for the projects around Penang. The selected projects were the Sekolah Kebangsaan Minden Heights and the Jamek Mosque in Sungai Gelugor. Sekolah Kebangsaan Minden Height is situated at Lot 3432, Bandar Gelugor, Daerah Timur Laut, Pulau Pinang. The client involve is Ministry of Education and the main contractor is Azrul Enterprise Sdn. Bhd. It is a propose project to build and complete an IBS project for 10 classroom and facilities involved. This project consists of one four-storey building which is for administration and academic use (Block A) and one two-storey building for science laboratories (Block B). Precast concrete is being used for this project as an IBS method. Furthermore, they used two IBS component specialists from Creative Precast Technics Sdn. Bhd. for beams, half slabs and stairs and Acotec Wall Panel for wall panels. As for the second choosen case study project, Jamek Mosque Sungai Gelugor is an old Malay mosque in Gelugor. Jamek Mosque located on a 1ha plot of land, in Jalan Akuarium, Gelugor, Penang, can now accommodate up to 1,800 people at a time. The previous 102 years old mosque building, which was demolished in February 2012 for the rebuilding project, was able to take in only 500 people. With an allocation of RM3.26mil from the Federal Government and RM1mil from the Penang Islamic Religious Affairs Department, the new mosque was completed within 20 months. The two-storey mosque with a sky blue dome has an administration room, toilets for the physically-challenged, wool carpeting at the main hall and non-slip tiles at the ablution room. . . . . . . 3.1 Systems In terms of system, the...

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Creative Way Of Product Diffusion

Creative way of product diffusion Chapter: 1 Introduction: Social networking sites provides personal link to the world outside with your friends, contacts or even with the whole internet population. It is the internet community where people indulge in various activities like exchange of message, publicising of upcoming events and activities and the uploading and accessing of photos, music and videos. Social networking sites (SNSs) become popular not because of common location but because of common interest. Many of the users of SNSs integrate these sites into their daily practice (Webb, Burqoyne, 2009). Online social networks over the last decade have attracted an increase proportion of internet users. A study was conducted in US by eMarketer Williamson,(2009) and he found that in 80 million internet users 41% of users visited a social network website at least once a month in 2008, this is an increase of 11% from 2007 (Garg…[et al.]. 2009). Since after the introduction of SNSs such as MySpace, Face book, Cyworld and Bebo, many other SNSs started with various technological affordances and supporting wide range of interest and practices. Even though their technical aspect is same the culture of the site is different in one another. SNSs not only allow the users to meet strangers but also communicating with the people who are already a part of their extended social network (Boyd, Ellison, 2007). Social networking sites are defined as Internet based service which allows users to construct public or semi- public profile within the bounded system, communicate with other users in the network and can interchange the list of contacts within the system. Each site varies in their nature and nomenclature (Boyd, Ellison, 2007). SixDegrees.com is the first recognizable social network site launched in 1997. From 1997 to 2001, a number of SNSs launched with various changes...

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Comparative Study Of Various Non Fuel Revenue

. . . . COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VARIOUS NON FUEL REVENUE (NFR) ACTIVITIES TAKEN UP BY IOCL,BPCL,HPCL. . Dissertation Project Report Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of the degree of Integrated BBA+MBA (Oil and Gas Mgmt.) By SIDDHARTH SHARMA Roll No.: R250208027 9th Semester . UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES . COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES . DEHRADUN . 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:- I would like to express gratitude to my Institution, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies for providing me a magnificent opportunity in the form of this dissertation to work and learn. I would also like to express gratitude to Mr Vipul sharma for sharing the journey of conceptualizing and developing all the ideas. She stood in times of difficulty and despite of his busy schedule devoted a major chunk of his time towards this project. She has been a part of all the activities and duly guided the project to its destination. I am indebted for her endeavors in making this project a success. She has truly fulfilled her role as a guide. . I will not miss the opportunity of expressing thankfulness towards all my teachers and the faculty of University of Petroleum & Energy Studies for sharing their knowledge, which provided necessary ingredients to this project. . . . . . . . . . . Motivation/Need for the research – What prompts you to do the research?- . • The three companies(IOCL,BPCL,HPCL) incurred a gross revenue loss of Rs20,072 crore during April-June on sale of automobile and cooking fuels which are government-regulated prices. Revenue losses of the state-owned fuel retailers have widened during April-June vis-a-vis year-ago quarter due to increase in crude oil prices. ....

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